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SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY.
Pntiu A. HArsBa, Publisher.
lr IVir, iVt AJctnct., ,
There ia do living titan old enough
d remember a time when the times i and we always intend to.
Oh, no; the Nkwsboy is not the of
ficial paper of Scott county, and We
admit it with pride. ! We are not
dependent upon the court house for
existence. The NkWsboy is not an
adjunct to the court house. We have
always reserved the right to criticise
the official couduct of public servants,
'tere not called hard. All agree!
that the present times are hard, and
t ilk as if at some previous time they
were not so'. But we can never iden
tify the particular time when this
cry of hard times was not abroad in
the land. The fact is, the times are
always hard to certain classes, while
others have an object to gain in call
Ing them hard. To the extravagant
and Improvident the times always
Wert and always will be hard. That
lies in the essence of things. You
lan't eat your cake and have it, and
those who expect to do so will find
the times hard, no matter how good
they may be. The other class who
persistently tell you that the times
ore hard are the money lenders, who
nlake this pretense in order to
squeeze an extra percentage out of
are unpleasant and always disagree
able, but It is the duty of a newspa
per to expose the wrong doings of
public servants, and we propose to
discharge that duty. Any paper do
ing this is bound to lose the "county
printing." In many cases one can
not tell the truth about public offi
cials and retain their good will, and
it is the invariable rule that when a
newspaper says an unpleasant thing
about an official, the exposed officer
at once uses the public patronage at
his command to punish it. No, the
Newsboy is not the "official paper"
of Scott county, but its readers will
be furnished with all the official news
in a fair and unpredjudiced manner.
There is no official string tied to us.
Some have attempted to institute a
boycott against the Newsboy and
have tried to induce subscribers to
Hut the times arc not really hard quit the paper, but, thanks to the
here, in America. .We have under
gone a long spell of financial depres
sion, the result of the selfish legisla
tion of the Republican party. Never
theless, it has not been the man who
has managed his finances with com
mon prudence who has suffered, but
the man who has always lived up to
the limit of his income. The farmer
class has had to take a poor price for
a cereal they wantonlyoverproduced,
but for all else they have been rea
sonably Weil paid. Threemeat meals
pef day has been the common exper
ience, whereas three such per week
would still fall short of real hard
times. As compared with our fathers
and grandfathers, we have been liv
ing in luxury. Food, clothing, shel
ter means of instruction and amuse
ment alt are and have been vastly
superior inj this generation to any
thing that preceeded them. Our
fathers and grandfathers., bewailed
the hard times, just as we are doing,
and our children and grandchildren
willdoubtlesa prolong the stereotyped
Cry. We are all pessimists to this
extent, at least. But we have seen
ho willy, hard times, and with the
Change in our tariff laws we are not
likely to see any such.
honest thinking people of Scott coun
ty, our circulation is constantly in
creasing. Whkn the Democrats rescued Mis
souri from the spoilsmen some twenty'
years ago. they found financial and
other matters in such a condition
that they could not be rectified in a
year or two. Then, as now, the Re
publicans raised a howl about their
failure to do what was impossible.
But because the mellemum did not
come with the advent of the Demo
crats to power, the people of this
great State did not revert to Repub
licanism. They gave the Democrats
time, and their action has been justi
tied by the result. Neither in the
present crises will the people of the
United States again throw the power
into the hands of the Republicans.
merely because the mistakes, or
worse, of thirty years have not been
rectified in two. Missouri has been
made one of the foremost States in
the Union under Democratic rule, and
the country at large cannot be won
back to Republicanism, Protection
and monopoly by any false alarms
sounded bv the organs of Wall strett.
The people of Scott County are in
an unfnrtunnte lvtsitinn. Thev have
The highly cultured Republicans elected as their prosecuting attorney
In the East, such as Henry Cabot
Lodge, author of the Force bill, and
ex-Czar Reed, of Maine, say that the
South is unfit to govern, because she
Is uncivilized and the West is unfit
to govern, because it sympathizes
with the South on the issues of the
day. Exactly, gentlemen. You in
the Northeast, with your super cul
ture and your imported, pauperized
dependants, you are the men to gov
ern, of course. But the South and
West are out of your leading strings
how, and in 1896 they will furnish
the country with a President, and
their policy will defeat the money
bag policy which the North and East
. - .
nave imposed on tne country since
the close of the war. So, there I
a young man who has a record only
for scheming and getting as much
out of it for himself as possible. The
best interests of the people are never
considered by him. In ordinary cases
he will consent to the employment of
an attorney to assist him. but in the
all important case, where over three
thousand dollars of the people s mon
ey was involved, there was no use
trying to get him to accept assist
ance. He diUn t need any. the pub
lic be d d was outlined in his every
A cow killed at Iron ton was found
to have made a regular junk shop of
her "false stomach," in which a fair
assortment of hardware was found.
The new opera house at Farming
ton was opened this week.
Farmington has a volunteer fire
Fish Lake, Mississippi county,
dried out during the recent drought,
and the stench from thedead fish ren
dered the neighborhood of the lake
Doniphan has a new paper the
Echo, Messrs Langford A Redwine,
editors. It is a 7-column folio and is
evidently run by men who know their
The De Soto Gazette charges that
some of the leaders of the A. P. A.
in that town can neither read nor
write. Like enough.
Potosl has a new Republican paper
the Journal run, we presume on
that old Mitchem outfit.
Wm. E. Alexander, one of Cane
county's oldest and most respected
citizens, died on the 26th ult.
Clarence Grant, of Jackson, won a
footrace at the Cape against an Il
linois man for stakes of 1250. Grant
has never been defeated.
Festus has made a more rapid
growth than any town in Southeast
Cotton is beginning to burst from
the boll in Dunklin and Pemiscot
counties. A nood crop is in sight.
Jefferson county takes the cake on
picnics. She had seven' on the 25th
ult. They picnic up there until snow
De Soto now has a pork packing es
tablishment of her own.
The Cape doctors are indignant at
that city's papers for calling their
surgical skill in question. The pa
pers were too fresh, for a fact.
The injunction sought against the
selling or liutier county s swamp
lands for a song, has been denied by
Judge Wear. That county court did
an idiotic piece of work.
Mrs. Julia Sullivan, of New Mad
rid county, is said to be 117 years of
age and "as supple as a cat," You
can't down Southeast Missouri on
longevity or anything else.
The New Madrid canning factory
makes a very loud smell, and thecit
izens are unhappy.
Wm. Anderson, of Perry county, is
in jail on a charge of criminal as
sault on a girl under 14. He is a
else him so severely and soy that he
is doomed politically are the same
men that passed a pension bill under
his administration. Tbey knew it
was wrong. They had the wisdom
to see that it would result in a legal
ized system of wholesale robbery of
the public and the Government. Yet
Yet they pandered to the unprece
dented and avaricious demands of an
organized political band, yet using
the cloak of patriotism to become
national paupers. But they knew
that Cleveland had the nerve and
manhood to veto it, and thay shifted
the responsibility to his shoulders.
It will be many long days before
Grover Cleveland's private opinion
on the silver or any other question
will lose him the well-earned confi
dence of the great masses of the peo
ple. (Signed) A. H. Livingston.
WORLD'S CAHNIVAL CITY.
You may Search and Hunt; You may
Investigate and Examine ; Yet, when
all is done you'll find yourself the loser
if you haven't made your purchases of
us. Simply because values can't be
better than we give.
The new tariff law will shut down
(for effect until the election) a mill
in Massachussets which makes bur
laps and bags and employs about 800
hands, chiefly girls. That mill has
paid its hands an average of ftt per
week, as against 12.50 paid in Dun
For several weeks past the atten
tion of the Southeast press has been'
directed to Wayne county, where a dee' Scotland, for the same class, but
nmecutinF attmnev and th ronntv not the same amount of work. The
court compromised a case asainst Protectionists will now, please, howl
the Iron Mountain railroad company. In chorus. But even if thisshut-down
The amount involved was 140,000 be- is 004 a pre-election dodge, why
longing to the school fund. In the should ten thousand farmers, ' using
mmimmiw th.. uhnnl fniwl tmt the output of that mill, be taxed so
but what the prosecuting attorney that tbe mHl owner tan P3' the mar
and the court got, no one knows out- k,?t Fice for labor?
side of the ring. Our exchanges are
now at liberty to ventilate the action
of a Scott county court, which vir
tually donated over three thousand
dollars.as we claim, of the people's
money to a county official.
"Boss" Fillet will make an effort
to buy up the Populist leaders in this
State, and accomplish a fusion. No
political trick is known that this old
fox is not ready to try. But his
party plus tbe ropuiists can do no
great barm in Missouri. Look at
Scott county, for instance. Our Re
publican friends couldn't find enough
of Populists to fuse with,' even if
they desired usionri'And yet, before
the Democratic primary, the woods
were reported full of 'em,
There are two men prominently
mentioned for the governorship of
New York Levi P. Morton. ex-Vice
President of the United States, and
Joseph II. Choatc. Levi has money
barrels of money;Joseph has brains
and a historic name. How's the bet
ting? Why, on Levi, greeny !
WlMLB the Emperor of Germany is
going around making soft speeches
about the blessings of Peace, his war
budget foots up $150,000,000 a big
advance on that of last year. When
you read of these European monarchs
making Peace speeches, lo k out for
a rumpus, sooner or later.
The substantial damages Great
Britain had to pay us in the Alaba
ma case in 1872 have had a sood re
. . .1 - -
Andrew imksegie nimscii, or sub- 8Uh Vessels sold to either China
ordinates for whose, acts he isrespon or Japan are seized and held by the
sible, robbed tbe government of very English government. John Bull's
many thousands ot dollars, ihis has pocket-book Is the most sensitive
been proved beyond cavil. Had An- uurt'of his anatomy, and that's
drew stolen thirty-five dollars while where we spanked him.
a poor man,- he. would. hac) been sent
to the Den.' Being - a multi-million-
aire,, tie.cjfo'ga op' robbing the gov
eminent and his employees and con
tinue to buy Scotch and English cas
tles with the money so obtained.
The Populists have had another
set-back. E, V, Debs has joined the
party. Being one of the most dis
gruntled of men, he, like Livingston,
naturally runs to. this Cave of Adul
lum, where the sore-heads of all the
The construction of the Hennepin other parties congregate,
ranal has been begun and will be
Hushed ritffat through. This is an Give the Populists a chance and
event of great importance to tbe I we 11 have financial ruin comensur
Treat, M the completion of tbe new ate with tbe greatness and dignity
waterway will open a new avenue of I of the country. During the sessions
" cbarv tramnortatioa to tbe Atlantic of Congress, the few there Were of
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acaJXMMTu OlUCn IMHHvCI tuitu sum i iuciu iuuwktu wuiauuujj iut tin
w L-i kdkwrs the endleiw wnvolu-j modest aggregate auinof tftV57.:-W
t-JC ot tlliinKbwipvi river.
1 000. Great dalesmen !
Livingston on Cleveland.
Here is what Mr. Livingston, who
proposes to himself to represent this
district in Congress on . the Populist
ticket, had to say about Mr. Cleve
land and his policy in 18SH. Ho
changed his opinion in twenty-four
hours, however, when he found he
could not get anything out of his par
ty in the shape of office. It appeared
in the St. Louis Republic :
West Plains, Mo., Feb. 15, 1S!1.
The Republic, in its views on the
subject of Cleveland's ati-free coin
age letter, takes the same sound,
sensible and conservative position
that it takes on all questions of pub
lie interest. If Cleveland is to be
side-tracked and eliminated from the
the Presidential contest of J2 sim
ply because he has reiterated his
well-known views on a question sim
ply of financial expediency, then I
am wholly mistaken in the sentiment
and will ot the Democratic party.
While a large majority of our par'
ty, individually, may favor the free
coinage of silver, yet it is not now
and never has been a party question,
iiue-ienins oi uie western Kepubli
cans also favor free coinage.
As the Republic puts it. Cleveland
has made two races for the Presi
dency with his views on the silver
question well known; and in neither
campaign has tha Democratic party
in its platform made the free and un
restricted coinage of silver a Dartv
or national question. If not sooner
settled it may become a party ques
tion in y2, but if it should it will be
an issue of only minor importance in
ine ereat question of freeins the
American people from the plutocratic
and Eastern bondage imposed upon
them 30 years ago, and the tyranny
and desperate aims and designs of
the Republican party against the
people, threatening the very exist
ence of our form of government, will
be great and mighty Issues that will
angora every every other. On these
issues, and these alone, will the de
cisive battle be fought. The people
are armed and prepared lor the con
flict. They are hopeful, expectant
and determined to win. They al
ready have their leader and be is
close to their hearts. They are loyal
to him and will remain so as long as
he is loyal to them. That Grover
Cleveland is the true and most avail
able champion of the people's cause,
and will remain so until the critical
crises is passed, there can be no ques
tion. To iffnore him now as such
would be as silly and unwise as would
have been the displacing of Welling'
ton at Waterloo or Grant at Rich'
mond when victory was made certain
by their genius and generalship.
As tbe Republic suggests, it seems
that some men lose their senses by a
few years' stay at Washington. It
does seem that some of our delega
tion in Congress "went off half
cocked" in their hasty criticism of
Cleveland's letter. If the leaders of
the Democratic party had never been
as honest, bold and fearless as he,
the country would not to-day be sul
fering under the nefarious and des
potic rule of radicalism.
Some of those men who now criti
St. Lonls offers a continiionn list
of AttractionsHer Unrivaled
Fall Festivities Commence
Sept. nth, and hold
Full Sway until Oc
The successful series of carnival
seasons inaugurated by the citizens
of St. Louis some fifteen years ago,
continue as ever for the season of
1894. and from the morning Septem
ber 5th to the evening of October
20th the city will be one scene of
irayety and splendor. Many new
novel and unique features have been
added to the long list of standing at
tractions, and from every point of
view this reign of high carnival will
outshine all previous attempts.
The St. Louis Exposition, the only
one of its kind in the United States
that has lived year after year with
flattering results, will throw open
its doors to the public September
5th, and remain in a state of activity
until the evening of October zUth,
Sousa's Grand Concert Band has
been re-engaged for the season and
will give the usual number of con
certs during the afternoons and even
ings. The entire Missouri Exhibit
which appeared at the World's Fair
will be transplanted here, and find
space in the commodious building.
The exhibitors, both foreign and
home, will present new ideas in dis
playing their goods, and, in addition
to other features, a full complement
of specialty artists will perform on
the stage of the Music Hall.
The Great St. Louis Fair, which
will open Monday. October 1st, and
continue during the week, promises
to afford many pleasant sur
prises. The '"Midway Plaisance"
feature at the V orld s Fair will be
reproduced in full, and the people of
the West and southwest given an
opportunity to see in real life the in
habitants or every civilized and un
civilized country on the face of the
ine '"Mreets of Cairo, "Old Vi
enna. "Moorish Palace. "Hagan-
bachs." '"Ferris Wheel," etc., will
be faithfully portrayed.
His Royal Highness, the Mighty
Veiled Prophet and retinue, will en
ter the gates of the city on the even
ing of October 2d. and parade through
the principal thoroughfares as of old.
Visitors to the city will arrive at
the handsome New Union Station,
the largest railway edifice in the
world, and the most perfect in every
appointment. Great inducements to
visit the Carnival City are offered
via the Missouri Pacific Railway and
Iron Mountain Route, from all points
on the System.
For a complete programme, giving
each week's attractions in detail, ad
dress any agent of the Company, or
H. C. Townsend. General Passenger
Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
Nowhere else are they so Good-Comparison always proves
FAMOUS Dry Goods and Clothing House,
BOllNSACK & STRATMAN, Prop's. Cape Girardeau,
THE QUALITY OF OUR 600DS IS UNIMPEACHABLE AND OUR PRICES ARE UNSURPASSABLE.
Tou can't do better than to take a view of our stock
Get our prices, and take away a BARGAIN.
We want you to buy where you can do
the best, and if we can't do better than
any other firm we are willing to see you
go away. Come and sample our goods
and we'll make you happy with Bar
gains that are at the top notch.
You'll do it
It would be a good plan for the
newspapers of Missouri to protest
against the moss-covered practice of
societies in the matter of pubishing
obituary notices. There is no infor
mation about these notices. They all
start and end the same way.
We know it is a very delicate mat
ter to discuss obituary notices. All
have relatives and friends dead. But,
sensibly speaking, there is no balm
for the stricken heart in a long lot of
stereotyped resolutions that have
been applied for years and made to
fit every case. It would be just
about as well to print a picture of
some familiar hearse as to resurrect
ine same set oi resolutions everv
time. We never reud a set of these
resolutions that contained anything
original, uisinterestea persons never
reaa sucn matter.
Now if the societies one and all
will resolve to say something original
about deceased members and discon
tinue the moth-eaten whereases and
resolutions, all objections to their
obituary notices will be obviated,
sympathy is very cheap when it can
be expressed in print for nothing by
imposing upon newspapers. But this
is not what widows and orphans need
in most cases, rime alone win heal
their wounds, and frequently some
imng more substantial than mere
words of sympathy will prove accept
At all events, there is a practical
side even to the obituarv Question.
Every one is tired of reading old
stale resolutions and they should be
discontinued. Jefferson City Tribune
Plants often exhibit something
very much nice intelligence. 1 let
bucket of water during a dry season
oe piacea a tew incnes from a grow
ing pumpkin, or melon vine the law
ter will turn from its course and in a
day or two will get one of its leaves
in tne water.
Lightning played a curious "freak'
at Waterboro, Me. Etta Bealle
was 6truck and instantly killed, while
a child, whom she was holding in her
lap, was uninjured.
The fastest regular train in the
World In tht Rmitirn Ktnto nnrai, .
which runs from New York to Buffalo
via Albany, 439 miles, in eight hours
anu torty minutes,
Husband and wife as law partners
is something unknown in Great
Britian. There are no less than
twenty-one such Arms in the United
Pneumatic tires have been found
veryiserVWjtble on hospital a mini
Statistics show that in 1,000 mar
riages 332 men marry women younger
than themselves, 579 marry women
of their own age or near it, and 8!l
mare women older than themselves.
The most notable difference in ages
was in Camden, N. J., last year,
where the bridegroom was 22 and
the bride 60.
A Parisian shoplifter carried a bo
gus baby with her during her preda
tory excursions. The infant had a
wax face and a hollow, leather body.
It was the thief 's custom to dexter
ously transfer purloined articles,
such as gloves, laces, etc., to the
Abraham Lincoln was the tallest
president, being six feet, four inches
111 ut'iyill, Di-iijuiiiiu nuinsuu nan
the shortest; William Henry Harri
son was the oldest, being 68 years
and 1 month old when inaugurated,
and Grant who was not quite 47
years old, was the youngest.
Mrs. John Shenk. living near Leb
anon. Pa., went into her cellar to
procure some provisions recently, and
while there was stung oy a copper
head snake. A favorite cat which
accompanied Mrs. Shenk attacked
the reptile and killed it.
Forty-five pounds of com is said to
be worth only a cent and a halt in
Russia to-day, and many farmers are
sending their cattle into the helds,
as the cost of harvesting would ex
ceed the price of the corn.
In the interior oi Australia is a
scries of irreat lakes which are otvu-
pned by water only at long intervals,
The mud which remains when the
water is absent is filled with the
bones of geologic monsters.
A notice has been posted en the
doors of one of the most fashionable
churches in the west end of London
to the effect that no more coppers
will be accepted in taking up the collections.
President Diaz, of Mexico, has
sent out a topographical and geologi-
al expedition to the volcano Popo
catepetl, owing to the attempts of
an American company to buy the
Two colored women at Sedalia,
Mo., run a farm themselves, and,
when ploughing time comes, in lieu
of using a liorse, one woman draws
the plow while the other guides it.
Whenever a murder is committed
in Argentina it is customary to put
every possible witness in prison and
keep him there until the real culprit.
Do you take the Nevsby ?
M Elf Not, then Why?
It is the only paper in Scott County that gives all the News.
$1 per Year, or 10 Cents per Month.
INARTISTIC PRINTING! H W
All Work Guaranteed to Compare Favorably with the Best.
DO YOU NEED A WATCH?
If so, then '
Why dont you go to
S. 8. PARKER!
Jeweler and Optician,
A resident of Indiana sold his vote
for $1 last spring and is now sueing
his purchasers for 930U and costs.
This is permissible under the Indiana
In tests last year in the German
town of Dessau it was shown that
cooking by wood and coal costs a lit-
more than twice that done with gas.
Recent 6 cures . figures show that
the total value of the matches made
and consumed each year throughout
tbe world is but little short of 200,-
ExDlorers declare that no flower
ing plant has ever been found within
the Antarctic Circle. In the Arctic
Circle 762 different kinds are known.
Theexperimentof using compressed
air for street car propulsion has been
tried in Massachusetts. The results
were considered satisfactory.
Bicycle riders in Southland, A us
tralia, are required to dismount
twenty-two yards from an approach
ing horse and draw their wheels past.
A 17-year-old girl, who was or
rested in Brooklyn recently on the
charge of vagrancy, could converse
fluently in six languages.
A Florida turtle's burrow was ex
plored and among its inhabitants
were found thirteen species of in
sects, ten of them new to science.
In China a man who killed his
father was executed, and along with
him his schoolmaster for not having
taught him better.
The woodpecker exerts a force
with his bill against a tree equiva
lent proportionately to that of a 20
ton trip hammer.
It Is said that an electric railroad
300 miles long is to be built connect
ing Boise City and Lewistoo, Id.
There are clubs of girls in Sydney,
the object of which Is to attend the
theatre without male escort.
The statement is made that din'
ing tbe last 100 years France bs
lost ti,000,tysoldiers ia war. '
A party of students of Stanford
Uuiversitv have discovered the ossi
fied remains of a pre-historic Ameri
can within an hour's ride south of
A New England seminary has
abopted the following college cry:
'VVha, who, wha. wlio. wha, who,
zippe riroar; Hi yi ki yi, rippom. love
bomyah, bombah, sip zip, '94. "
Prof. Bell firmly bilives that it
will be possible to see from Wash
ington to New York as easily as one
can convey the sound of the voice
It has been figured out that a man
who shaves regularly until he is 80
has cut off about thirty-five feet of
hair from his face.
It is said that an American phy
sician in Tokio is doing a great busi
ness by taking the slant out of the
A Philadelphia colored man lived
for three days on nothing but sponges
which he stole from watering throughs
Last year Australia produced gold
to the value of $5,000,000 in excess
of any other country.
The United States has a greater
railroad mileage t han any other coun
try in the world.
The value of public school property
in the United States is estimated at
There are more muscles in the tail
of a rat than there are in a human
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Next Pension begins Tuemlity, September 1,
18M. For further particulars addi-i.-),
"W. 3D. VANDIVSR,
Tres. i'X l ucully.
Steamer New Idlewild.
Tuesday and Saturday
At 13 O'clock, M.
All Modern Improvements. Lowest
Freight rates. Special atlentio i
Given to the traveling public
R. L. Davidsow, Robt. Taylor
TRUSTEE 8 SALE.
Whereas Rrnest Kuehnertand Mary Kneh
nert. bis wife, hr their deed of trust, dated
Feb. S4. 1KB- and recorded In the record.
ersoWceof Scott county Missouri In book Vat
pairetcn or ine tana reooros or saiu county,
conveyod to th i undersiffiied trustee. In trust
to secure a certain note therein described the
(ollowinir desorilted real estate situate in
said county and state towlt:
Aonn nail of tot in. iienton, mo.
And whereas default
has been made in navment of said note.
and said Ernest Kuebuert has been dead more
than nine months.
Mow therefore at the request of the
legal holder of said note and in pursuance of
ine provisions in saia aeea oi trust contained
I will on
Monday, September 10, 1894,
between the hours of nine o'clock In the fore
noon and Are o'clock in the afternoon of thnt
day, at the Court House door in the
town of Benton, in the County of
Scott and State of Missouri, sell at publio auo
tion. for eash, to tbe hlirhest bidder, all the
anove aesonuoa property, to satisfy said note
and tbe expenses of executing- ibis trust.
GKOHGK M1RU. Trustee-
DR. C. C. HARRIS.
Treatment of Diseases of Females. Venerlal
uiaoraers ana iHsoascsor Kidneys, Bladder.
Office Hours 9 a.m. to 13 m. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
SCOTT COUNTY BANK:
Capital .- 115.000.
Transact a General Banking Easiness
Receive Deposits payable on demand, allow
Interest on deposits left for alx months. Loan
money at low rates. Buy wood note, buy and
sell excbanir. make collections and pay taxes
Now.-if you hare any Moner to Denoalt
muco or lime, acposii who us. it you Dorruw
borrow of us. If you do any baakine iMtelaeas
B F. HUNTKH, JOHN i. HUNTS It
JOHN L. MILLER,
4 Doors west of Planter.' Mill,
Cape Girardeau,' Mo.
A fall tin of tho Best Liquors
and fcbolce Cigars.
fiTScoU County tradt Solicited.
A perfect insurance against theft or f fvirnt
. is the bow iasMMu)
the only bow (riaf) waich camaot be pulled
or wrenched from the case. Can only be
had on cases contaiaia j this trade auvk.
Keys tone Watch Cam Compajir,
the oldest, large, and most complete Watch
Caw factory ia Ike world IJoo capiorecsi
SwOO Watch Cases daily.
Ooe of its products is the ceUbrataa
Filled Watch CajesVJ
which arc just as good as solid cases, sad
cost about om half least
Sold by all jewelers, without extra charge
kit nnrwmi sow.
TIME CAUD OF
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