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SATURDAY. JUNE 27. 1891.
Singular, isn't it, to nee licniocratic
newspapers hotly denouncing trusts
in this rouulry, and at the same time
fighting for the (Treat Itritish tin trust,
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will create a tin industry nere inni
will supply its with American made
tin aud tnkc away the chief source of
profit of that foreign trust?
The ew York Ilcrartkr draws the
following just and extremely accurate
pen portrait of Secre'ary oflhe Treas
Secretary Fonter may not le an
Alexander Hamilton or Robert Morris
iu finances, hut he is of Yankee birth
and training, and ran make a dollar
f public money pii a far as the liest
of them, lu iersniiiil and political
affairs he is very generous: in business
he is close and rali uluting.
It is suggested by a frienil that the
reason the Indians lcuiocrMs are so
strongly in favor of Gray as a 1'rcsi
dential candidate is hei-itnse his name,
which reminds ihein of the Confeder
ate gray which they were too cowardly
to wear in 1 Ht;:l-fi I. v hen they were
treasonably ron-piring under the
names of "Sons of Liberty."" "Knights
f the Gulden Circle." etc against the
The Nuilhirn papers are still pour
ing hot shot into i. rover Cleveland,
for his referem e. in his I'uQnlo speech,
to the time when the govenimcnt
was assailed by rebellions hands."
Thc Sonlhern objection is to the ue
of the word "rebellious." For once
in his life. Mr. Cleveland was entirely
right. He used the proper word, and
the one expressing the exact fai t. If
the Southern States were not in re
bellion from 161 to then all
dictionaries of I lie Knglish language
are wrong iu their definition of the
The Kiehmoiid. Va Diniatrh is a
thoroughly Democrat ie newspaper, but
It punctures the sulMrea -ury bubble
Tcrv cleverlv w hen it slates the umlis-
putnhlc fact that money ran never he
made both valuable and plentiful.
Fiaf-greenbacks might be issued to
the amount of two thousand millions
of dollars, and yel their purchasing
power will not equal the purchasing
power of the cxbling currency of this
country. We can have a- many mil
lions of paper dollars as we choose,
bill we cannot guarantee their pur
ISosUm men are sometimes queer,
despite the undoubted culture of the
Hub. (Hie of them comes to the front
with the prediction that the present
year is going to be a "bnby year." lie
does not pretend to account for the
fact, but declares that statistics will
bear out his assertion that some years
arc noticeable lor the great number
of births that occur. He says that
IKK I, 1HK6 and 1XMK were such years,
but that 191 will surpass them all.
Wc are inclined to believe the IJoslou
man's theory correct, since the im
portant iiitclllgciirc was whispered
al.roud thai Grover Cleveland is ex
pecting au infantile addition to his
family this year.
The New York Jlrrnhl, whose
weather editorials an- generally very
sound, now thinks that the solar com
motion, shown by spots and faciihc,
which has Itccn so pronounced for
the past few months, is an indication
that we may exj-cet the average tem
erature of the present summer to lie
nearly up to the normal. As the
l-uing weeks have been very cool, it
naturally follows that I lie latter part
of the summer will be extremely hot
to bring up the average; and there is
a probability of exceptionally great
beat toward the end of Die .,..
There is also reason to auli.-ipatc that
tropical hurricaiis will lie more num
erous from .Inly to October than for
two or three years past. There is a
con n ecl ion ot some sort, very probably
bctween cyclones and variation of the
sou's activity, the storm increasing in
frequency aud lorcc as the sun spots
The city of Chriiiuilz. (Jeriimliy, is
a great renter for the manufacture of
certain lines of woolen goods largely
used in uphol-li ring of all kinds.
During the first three months of the
year l9wc imp-.rted from that pl.u-e
these good lu the amount uf 1 1 '7 1
During Hie corrrtondiiig three '
months of Ik'II we iniM.rled from the '
same place only :,:.:u.r, worth ol the
same goods. Such g.MMls are nowhere I
sold highei lo il.iy than they were a!
year ago. 'I he reduction of the amount
ad minorls was due lo flu u- inH'i
law. wbi. h iiirrea-cd the ilniv Wei''" ",,ll;'' "" l:iW discriminating be-
have simply given that much more '
employuM-iil lo the workinguien iu j Whv shall Stales Im- permitted lo d'r
Ameri.au I lories making the same ,.rill"lillille aain,, ra, h other in di
lute of goods. He lisve obiained just i .... ... , . ,
,L ...i i i , ... ' i vitro I he new Stales, anxious for
f" J ' . ".Ml,," M. Ill jS us
durable material, and kept that much
money at home.
Why is it meni il to serve as cook,
waitress orrhaiiilicrm.iid. Our grand
mothers did it in their own families
and never frit Iheniselves demeaned.
Thousanrl of tirl. r... I
... ....-si..ia ii.it i.'lllli.l-, " s- .
tnllrhofiH'A.irnivofwholeoinrfml!o!:ilir(!. i. a rlink lhat is U i
and joud xrxjr
ies ii h ncrc not ior the
- - -. . .
popular prejudice that bein a servant !
iu a store or a factory is superior to!
being a domestic servant. In l !
saiue way. our men want lo be clerks.
iKik-keeneii. u)r.n.i. .t
ric. with louy hours and n.. holiday,
rather tl'nu no into the country, work
in Iheopeti air and get .treugtb. health !
and wages enough to put in the sav-
ms-oank. The falc pride which
i-e: if.ii-s , iii' Mean !it- i-t' .r .
.;-tt,t ; fs vf',.-iio--
The Xcw York correspondent ot
tlie Philadelphia J'rrju i-aya of Mr.
Cleveland: "-The ex-President has be
taken himself to the fishing ground,
and we shall probably see but little of :
liitn till tall. iteforc lie returns it is
quite likely that an event will orciir
which will cause him to receive thous
ands of congratulations."
Democrats hope "to get clear of the
silver question before lH9i" snvs an
esteemed Democratic organ, lint the
probabilities are that they will not.
Tlipy wj fMve ar.ff nfoTnr
header, and can proreed to tell what
it is. It seems now to be to smash
American tiu-platc Industries, restore
the tariff upon sugar, and knock recip
rocity endwise. What el-c-'r
The staff of the New York Morning
Ailcertirer, Colonel John Cockerill's
new paper, will include Vincent S.
Cooke, city editor John McDonald,
political writer John I!. Mct'ormick.
sporting editor, aud R. W. Criswcll.
he Oil City llcrrick funny man. hu
morist. .1. F. Gnihnm will have su
pervision of the Erfiiiny A'lwthrr.
and "tM.nlliii the circulation of both.
The bulk of the stall' is taken from the
We note with calmness the fact that,
as respects t; rover Cleveland, the
Democrat ir -press of the country I
generally coming to the position long
occupied hy the Smi. They agree
that he is o fat to be President.
Xiir Jiut Sun.
It may make tlie Sn,i pufl and blow
and grow red iu the furc.hul along in
192 it will change its coat and trim
its whiskers, and w ill be the fiercest
Cleveland advocate in I he line. It has
got to do so or leave the procession.
Why should people who own land
be favored by the government and
those who do not own any be left out
ill the cold? There are 1 1.0011.01,0
working people in this country, ami
in their bodies there is the possibility
and potency of manv hundreds ot
millions of dollars' worth of labor.
Why not issue money on this storrd-up-lahor.
as well as on stored products
of labor? If the government goes into
the business of loaning money iu this
way. it must treat all alike: and some
way will have to be devised for loan
ing iiionrv to evcrvbodv. This is the
logical outcome of the suM reason'
One of the curious results of the
financial success of the Kill'cl Toiler
in Paris has been the institution ot a
Pol table Captive lialloon Society. The
projectors argue that there is evidently
a latent passion iu the human breast
to ascend to high elevations and gae
upon extended views, and they pro
pose to travel throughout the country
with captive balloons capable ot lift-
nig spectators lo a height one-third
greater than that of the Paris tower.
They calculate that each balloon ill
lie able to make thirty-six ascents a
day, and that great profits will accrue
from a tariff ot fen tram s a head. The
important question for them is
whether the populaucc at large will
be as willing to trust themselves in a
balloon as upon a substantial struc
ture. Then, again, ten francs are
likely to appear, to the rural u.iud, a
heavy price to pay for a peep at a
As Senator P.rice. of Ohio and New
York, doesn't pay much lax in the first J
mentioned Stale he might compro
mise bv earning the National con
vention to Ohio. To say the least it
would lie more appropriate than to
send it out under the allspices of
A common error ot men and women
is to look for happiness outside of
useful work. It ha- never been found
when thus soii"ht. and never will be
n hilc the sun revolves and the earth
stands. If you doubt the proposition.
go among your friends being careful
not to strike them on their busiest
day, and learn who get the eiijoymeiit
out ol life. You will liud they are
the lui.-y workers in Useful lines, and
not the mere plc.isiirc-scckcrs.
The Ohio Democrats are Heeling
delegates lo their convention before
the convention has been called. II
seems to be a still hunt among the
different factions as lu which shall
have the control of the parly machin
ery. It is poor polities, but the Dem
ocrats of Ohio have indulged in some
of the queerest and most ridiculous
movements since Ihey came into power
that have ever Im-cii recorded. It
simply means that they will have lo
change their campaign song to -The
Campbells Are Ooing."
The law should not grant divorce
; wilhoul grave reasons, and these rea
' sons ought to 1m- uniform throughout
the iates of Ihi- Union. Congress
Iween one Slate and another in trade
opulation, provide too easy releisc
tor unmatcd couples. Their license is
resorted to not to increase their pop
ulation but to overreach the laws ot
i other States.
I Darius U tioff. of Pawtui kel. R. I..
-i,.. i.. . r.n.-v f..r teelmnii :l . nri.
never io run tiowii. iiirunii u
. , i. ...
Rcnious ruuliivance it is kept wound '
by the simple opening and clo-iii" of
il.e freut doorof the hoii-c. Klei-trieal i
'aiuiliauccs. operated by the ruiiuin
,.t i.. -WL- ui.. tt . i..f in the
hall at dusk. sud loner it at bed-lime:
riuir an carlv-risiuz bell for the sen--'
ants, a later one for the family.and an !
honr lster, the breakfast
bell: and i
when the hour is struck, musical ci-
The capital of Florida is to be
moved troin Tallahassee. The House
voted for Ocala, the center of the
orange belt. The Senate concurring
old city of Tallahassee
will become a bark n limber. j
The New York Sun prints the query. 1
"Is any man better than his party';"!
with the headline, "Some Arc Fatter."'
The Sun is only heaping up wrath. '
It will have to stand up and fight and I
vole for the "fat man" or leave the
In Kansas twenty local papers which
last year were led to forsake the Re-
publican colors for Southern Alliance
theories have returned to their first
and bet love the Republican party.
When they begin to see and feel the
ring in the noe by which they are to
be led more of lliein will be iu line.
There is a kind of aid which it is
immoral for a friend to give aud
equally immoral foranotherto receive,
it is the aid which takes the place ot
some work we ought to have done,
some energy we ought to have put
forth, some stceic-tli and power of
character we ought to have attained.
An eastern exchango sav: "The
penalty for habitual wife-beating in
Xcw York City is one month in Die
workhouse." After a while it may
dawn upon the minds ot law-makers
that such puiii-hmeni for such a low
down ehi-s of criminals is wholly in
adequate. Half the men in the peni
tentiaries of Xcw York are tin re for
a les- crime against society and ci-. 1 1 1
The president ot the Southern
Pacific railway system thinks he can
lake all the railroads of the country,
knock "J per cent off the existing rates
as they appear on the surface, and
pay per cent dividends on all the
stocks. But to do this it would he
necessary l run the roads as one
property, and abolish the hundreds of
competitive agencies with their com
missions and rebates.
Hon. J. J. Ku-.-eil. of Charleston,
has put himself lo unnecessary trouble
in ru-hiug himself into print to sav
he is out of politics and don't want
an oliice. Xolmdy has ever in-isfed
on Mr. I.'uessell to run lor olh'ce. ft
is true he has held oilir. but tlie oliice
ilidu't go to him without his solicita
tion. Not much. When Democrats
want to bore an auger-hole Ihey will
not be lik. lv lo attempt the job with
a small gimblet.
The Italians in this country who
are trying to educate and otherwise
elevate their fellnw-eouiitryiueii here i
should have the hearty co-operation '
of all true Americans. It should be
remembered, however, that the bisl
means In make Italians good rilieus
is to break up their clannish proclivi
ties and disperse them through the
country. Huddling together iu cities,
uneducated, they only perpetuate
llieir own degradation. Xo other
nationality has kept aloof from farm
work as has the Italian. Yet in work ;
for conl raclors thev often arc called
upon to perform severer labor than
tin y would be obliged to do on a farm,
and for less net pay than good farm
hands earn. There is a great scarcity
of farm laborers nearly everywhere.
Il as many Italians as can help fill
this gap. They will do more than
earn money on the farm. They will
get iu I he v y to heroine industrious
aud iiilelligeiil citizens of the re
public, as other races and people who
have come here with little more
knowledge of our institutions than
I he v.
OHIO ,! HtMTIIR sillF.Rn AV
Philadelphia I 'mm: Since the meet
ing of I lie Ohio R.'publican Stale Con
vention last week, the Democratic
and ex-Krliublicsn tree trade news
papers have been liiicd with column
leaders, deprecating the alleged "turn
ing down" ol .Senator Sherman by
ex-tiovcruor Koraker. Mr. Sherman
probably never knew I hat lie is held
in such high estimation by his political
oppoueitts ns these political screeds
indicate. They fairlv besloblicr him
with prai-e and exhaust all their ad
jectives in describing what a loss to
the country his enforced retirement
from pulilii lite at the end of his pres
ent term w ill be.
If Ihe-e ncwspaiers are sincere in
their utterances, tliey will be over
joyed to learn that there is no prospect
ol the country being deprived of Sen
ator Sherman's seniles. In an inter
view printed ill the Cinriuiuti h'.u
'iiin r Sat unlay, cx-tiovcruor Foraker
-The Senatorial question will not
he raised iu our camp unlit the proper
time arrives for its consideration.
Then, of course, Mr. Sherman w ill lie
This ought to stop the clatleraliout
a contest between Senilor Sherman
and -(.overnor Foraker in the Dem
ocratic and ex-Republican free-trade
organs. The truth is Ihey care noth
ing about Senator Sherman or his
roiilinuancr in public lite, but they
arc very anxious lo create dissensions
in Ohio Republican ranks. Aud their
disappointment was keen last week
when ihev found that there is not a
l.'epiil.lie.m in the State, from Senator j
Sherman and cx-tiovermir Koraker j
doiin to the most nb.vurc nieiuber of
the jmrly. who i not only willing IjuI j
cajrer to sink all pcisonal interests iu i
m-1.o'.i .-mis .... j.... ..-.s ,u
order to win a victory tor ISepublican-j
iiii in the present campaign. j
That disappointment was the in-
spiralion of the columus of editorial j
iniish thi-t choked the naires of the
free-trade orsau l-t week. Ex-'
(ioveruor Kuraker iu five words has
made nonsense of these tons of Mug-;
wnuip gush. The
i;i !; mt
editors can now
.-tin k ij.i
A fSONPEI. WAtiOS.
Baltimore Sun: The new gospel
wagon of the Union Mission made its
first appearance on the streets yester
day, and created a sensation. Three
successful meetings were held the
first at Lataycttc Market, the second
at Union Square, and the last in
Wiuau's Row, on Parkin street.
Nothing like the wagon had ever
been seen in Baltimore before. It is
massive, weighing about tnotons.atid
is 1.1 feet long by 7 feet wide. The
sides arc 3 feet hiuh all around, aud
over it is a cover as substantial as the
tops of the new cable cars. Around
the sides are striped canvas curtains,
r. liirh ran be raised or lowered at
' will. The sides of the wagons are so
built that on each side a section can
be lowered level with the floor. When
i thus lowered the sections extend out
I from the wagon, and with light iron
railings iiinke substantia! pulpits. The
I wagon body is painted a dark olive
' green, and on each side iu gold aud
red lettering are the words 'Gospel
, Wagon." The running-gear is strong
ami heavy, and is painted red. The
wheels areof the same sie. the wagon
bodv extending over them a foot on
' each side. Inside are an organ aud
benches and chairs tor
part iu the services. It is drawn by
four big iron-gray horses.
Til F. i:W SI KNlllY LAW.
The pas-age of the mail steamship
subsidy bill by the last Congress has
started men engaged in ocean shipping
into activity. The New i Means cham
ber of commerce is vigorously pushing
the project of a new steamship line
between that citv and Central Amer
ica, lu Xew York, the merchant
and manufacturers arc making ar
rangements for the extension of trade
with Latin America which will come
w ith a quicker communication, eoiisc.
uncut upon direct steamship lines
from that citv to South American and
Vt'e-t India ports. The great P.n ilii
Mail Steamship company has notified
the Postollice depart incut of its inten
tion lo greatly improve its mail ser
vice, by enlarging its fleet mi making
murker lime. I his means two or
three more fine stcviiships iu the
China trade, as well as quicker and
better communication by sea with
Mexican and Central American port
"Trade follows the Hag." The subsidy
law puts upon the ocean new steam
ship lines flying the American flag
and giving Us quick and direct mail
cotiimuniiatioli with the countries to
the south of us. A large increase in
our trade will rapidly follow as the
result of the siilisiily law. which sup
plements the reciprocity treaties in
A si riiix oi l si in:.
A few Sabbaths since a gentleman
was pHssjnr ,y n certain rhurch. be
lore whicii were hitched manv tenuis.
the property f alllueut christians.
The owners and their families were
inside, listening no iloubl. lu the oh'.
old storv of loving kindness, man's
eon-ideralion lor the
weak and lowly, protection to the
helpless, etc and seconding a prayer
for the coming of that kingdom in
which suffering would be unknown
ami the milk of human kindness
would reaselessly How. Very likely
they were contributing liberally to the
work of lifting out of the darkness of
barbarism and up into the slimiu
lis;hl of modern rivilizati n the be
nighted healheii of far-oil' lands. But
nil this time liol a I'cu of the horses
were enduring a torture more reti-ied
and exquisite than any that hcrbarou.-
healheii could invent. The heads of
the poor billies were held in cruelly
unnatural positions, and their necks
were heartlessly strained and tortured
by that infamous device of fashion
the overhead check. If the Father is
mindful of the sparrow that fall
should not His worshipcrs be mind
ful of the noble.-t aud best of the brute
creation the horse?
The gentleman unchecked the tor
tured horses, and for a moment eu
joved the keenest satisfaction in see
ing the poor animals straighten, stretch
and tw ist their necks to get cords and
muscles into their normal positions
once more. He fancied too. that he
saw thanks and gratitude iu their
eyes. He passed on, happier for what
he had just done. In auditing the
final accounts of the inside w orhi
hts aud the outside philanthropist
that Sabbath day's record will appear
on the books of the recording angel:
but which, think you, will carry with
it the larger credit those ot the dis
ciples inside, or that of him who was
doing the Master's work outside?
BLOWISti HOT AXI OI.U
the rr.ori.r.-s pari v.
The innate and irreconcilable ganta-
oiiisiu lc! ween the Northwestern
and the Southeastern branches ot the
Farmers' Alliance has taken on a new
phase, and one that may possibly lead
to some slr.-iiigc results.
At the late Cincinnati Convention
that launched the People's party the
boomers of the pirty idea were all
Xorthwcslerners. The Soulhia-tcrii-
ers opposed the formation of a parly
at that time, aud sonic of lliciu had the
frankness lo say openly that they
were Dciikm rats, and expected to rc-
main m. Hut the cuthuia-iu of the
Xorthwosteni.Ts J-revaiioiL, and the
Peoples party was formed.
Since they have j;ouc home, how-
.. ,- . . ., . .. '
ever, the Kaususaud Ohio aud ludiaua ,
' i ,i s- i n: - .... 1
and other Northwestern Alliance peu-
pie have been thinkiujr ever things.
Ihey sec that if they into new
party and the southeastern Alliance
men do not. they will, if ihey are mic-
cessful. simply throw the control of
nutioual affairs into the hands of the
f.iofs. TMs ftev do riot rn!!f
t- t". Iii'! H LT'-at llltliv of T;e;i
l-ave L'-i'iP :i-iel. s-j !nr as r:ir-:-!i
action is concerned, to their old
Xow comes the turn of the Soutli
eastenicrs. They are cute enough to
see that it will not do for them, by
seeming lo stand aloof, to drive their
Northwestern brcthcrn back into the
Republican body. Therefore they are
noisily asserting that they are as good j
Alliance men as anybody, and propose
to rapture even-thing for the People's
Thus the Atlautic State Alliance, in
its last issue, says that there is "little
chance ot C.corgia going Democratic
iu 19?," and that -unless a great
change takes place iu their sentiment
every influence combined cannot keep
the tanners of that State from going
into a new party.'
"Our farmers say," quoth thisCeor
gia organ, "that flic Western Alliance
men have stood by their every
promise, and they arc going to do
their part as well.' We have already
quoted the significant utterances of
the Xorth Carolina State organ of the
Alliance. Col. Polk's paper, the J'ro
gmaiee Fanner, in favor of the Peo
The game is evident. If the South
eastern "brelherii"' can persuade the
Xorlliwestcrn "brelherii" that they
arc in earnest and will support the
People'e party in 1S9-J. then the N'orth
westerners w ill go ahead and smash
the Kcpuhlicaii party, and the Sunt li
casteruers rau go through the motions
of a separate party until a lillle while
ln-Iore election, and then Ihev can get
scared by the old cry of Negro domi
nation, and allege that ill si-lt-ilefeiisc
they must Vote the Democratic
It is a very preltv game, but will
the Northwestern Alliance pcopl
allow it to be played upon them?
The Thlrrt Parly Itrlvrs I p.
I am the third party!
;it onto my style,
And my trimmiu's?
I don't w ear no socks,
And my galluses is
Fastened with a linchpin,
But I'm . lilt in
A w ide swath
Right dow n the middle
Aud they can't head
Mebbe I am a sort of
A Fanner.s'-Alliaiice-t itizctis-
Xiitioiial-I ndtist rial-Ant i-
(. raiid-olil-l'eoplc's party,
But w hat it I am?
What are Ihey goiu'
To do about it?
That's w hat:
By ziu ks, I have come
And no rszor-baek Democrat.
Xor shib-siiled Wcpuhlieaii.
Nor ring-nosed Mugwump
in root me out!
I'm a lo acre field.
That you kin raise anything on,
From a mortgage
To a bale of hay.
With a wagon load
Of drcs-iii' throned ill.
And I don't give a iliirn
Who knows it!
1 kin grub up a stump
lu two shakes of a iamb's tail,
And the old poliiiral
Stumps has got to conic,
Kf I bust a hrilchiu'
I loin' of it!
You hear me!
Mcbby my clo's don't fit.
And my cow leather brogatis
Hain't got no shiuu on 'cm,
But that wolf I stop
And brains ain't in that cud
All the American eagle
Has got to do in the business
Is to set quiet ou the fence
And watch my
When that off mule
('its done scratchin'
His back agin' the fence!
Hand me that whip!
(iiiiiuic them lines!
Xow, wo-liaw !
A'cie York Sim.
Vrmm t hill Talr.
Is mi pleasant that children look
forward to the time to take it and yet
is certain to cure the worst case of
chills, aud is a tore blood purilier
while the appetite will improve from
the first day of its use. Iteiiieinbcr
that each bottle is ruarantccd to cure
the most stubborn chill and iu connec
tion with Well's U-mun Liver Tills
will cure the worst case of bilious
fever, dyspepsia or rheumatism.
Manufactured onlv bv the Icnion
J Cheiriral Co. For sale by Miller &
j WiKon. Cape tiiranleau and lien.
! Schwab. Iutchtowu. Mo. 4
Machinery for Sale.
One romi'Iet-r Tlir-hir,K 1 arJiinr. J I. ias
In lwr!-e-rOWer Knifi.ie, B-lleiile s-parair.
2 inrli r it:der ai d K-iis' Maeker- sll enm
I'lete aita ready l.-rnini inp Kr tnr.- ajdy to
A. II. ?h m.r ktki;.
Hoticc to Contractors.
Vfllice is hi-n-ItT j:ivcn th.' the i:H-rsir-"sl
R'l aixl limine Cnmmif sinnrr. of l aw- 4.ir-ant-nn
r-ftuutv. Missmri. will let contract for i
. wmstrn bhilfir oti thr road Iradinx from tlif-
- larks. ar.il ramitoevn ruail, rear thi- Or
Marl- rami, an M.m.lar. Junrsith. ixu. ai
1 o'rl.M-k . til. Hie f.oti.inissioocr n-M-rrra
tUr h, t0 J(t .,, . ,,,,,,
Notice to Contractors.
NoTicr i- ItrTfbT -jivfo that 11m ntid4rrtt?Dpl
UVt atxl CriIic-'litirui -iit"n(T of ta-t tilrar-
h adini; from the oak fciitirr ami Aepirton roa'l
to Aruit-nunr. near the nftilnr of Jom-i.1i
Ms- 3--.i.f .- .U:-r ':h. ;. ,- s
a iti 'lr-t le:i:elssi.rt.(.r ri-st-r.- '
t. M l.KAS
AMuICA'S FINE WHISKEY.
LYXCH & CO S BOTTLING.
tll-AUTO ANI I'INTS.
Depots fur the sale of the above:
A. WlK.lKltTKK, I- W. MlM.ER,
A. SlIIVKI.IlINK, ClIAS. BoliKV,
W . J. M K Y Kit, Jos, Jakkkk.
ttrSce Unit our name and teal is
on creri) bottle.
OF ALL KINDS.
Whit awl Yellow I'iin I'opUr. t'yprpsi,
ak. Gum. Woli.ut. Ah mvA ClH-rry. A1m
I l-l-Mi-fiifj; ami O'illnp all irrlin KinhiiiK
I.uhiIht, !atlm, ShhiKkn, Muuldinpi, window
iLj Window and Ihmr fraiiH-; all sir
made tit order on &)irt iMrtirr.
Ir)itivd anywhere im.idr of city limit.
Spaiii-h (rci't, Cape (..rank-nil, Mo.
ISUUAIiWAT AM WAI.M'T STS..
St louis- Mo
Firsl-cl iss in Ail lis ApjomlmcDts.
American or European Plan
5 iw-ria' rate gireu to parties. S
200 ltooms. 200
THUS. 4. Mil. I. KU. Proprietor
CAPE GIRARDEAU, :-: MO,
H A Teeeired Itis Sii and Snmmer tork
ol jjmn1. nwl reoiit sis U.f frifinii" ai.d ro-
t oilier n toC'tll and riSliliie hit hlleL. HA it ft
tle fiiut-1 cter Ittroutslit lo thiit rtty. lwfce yvur
M'leetioiia white the bturk is full,"rntiel aud
t f 'Suit made to order on inert notlre and a
anv Jitj le Ueired. fablur
EZRA PETERS, 31. D.
Kofnt'-rly of llmiville, .11.
for all dic.etiM-i, and di Ti.rtmiti-:i of th
EYE AND EAR.
13 Ai:tij t l t. Kvtr lMrrn.
Office v r Miller A Wilum's I'rnt? More,
CAi'i; UlKAIU'K W. M-.
i;i. r. i;.;AiNs at
II. A. LKUKU'S
l I. SN
fctoves s Tmwaro.
. i J a; .-t e i;. ."'nail.
ra.-t 1 ur'.
Roofing and Guttering.
Ai-i: (iii: i:i.KAL . missol'i:!
FE3.D. IIFP, L
a.? C-irarfca Mcst Hiict,
lnden-ndere tree. fKrrd Ij.p't OM Mand.)
L Al'fc l.lltAKiKAl'. M.
W -f reiw.delf our hop, ml row hurt-tit-
w-f-.-t iin-af marLe in the city. rnM-tmer
ma rrr.1 as -ur-i tliat lliev will pet tlie Terr beat
ol i.ieat am) rrerive the kiiKTWt tn-atni- t .
r f-Kreh Mi ai and aa.-ai;ca of ail kinda on
and at all times.
JOILX ST. AVIT,
r-aiijh -irvei. f-ou d ior fro-n Vnlepoii4
u-e Clieke9i llu isv- tn (he clijr I r
Qusenswars and Glassware,
And wilt pay tli ll iyhcji Mdrtrct Pif for
He llclu a tliare of public palrunacrv.
Hare AiSvpted I be
And it now mlMn-r flour that ean not ba
er-llt'J by any mill in ib tnlry. A triaj
f ll-- lloifer I'r-n w Kl nr will '-on vine maf
Judhc 'l iod (luur tbat It it superior so maf
CIVS IT A TRIAL.
P. W. POTT, Proprietor.
Cope Girardeau, Mo.
JOHN FREUZEL 8 CO.,
IlKAl.KK-S IS- -
Repairing: Neatly Pone,
CAI'E GlUAHDEAU. MISSOURI
FOR MEM ONLY!
Fr LOST 99 TMpJ3 Q KAKCOODl
at, W1 lllttCfliriilt Wmr4. Bow Unl tN
n birnitriwHiivwir itm,
iWM'r nVlkf Muaa TICillLft- tm 4.
8si it7 111 r ! Itfc WrW. ttkM.
W. L. DOUGLAS
an-1 nhr "r--nl
Ls)1h . . srr
Take notice, that in order to reduce my rtock before removing to my
new building now being constructed just south ot Edward S. LUIy'a Hard
ware Storo, I will inaugurate A CLEARING OUT SALE at
- CTXT - A -
Couicnciuff July 1st, 1831. 1 intend to
that have not traded with me the benefit of buviug clean nice good at
THIS IS XO
Advertising Dodge, But Pacts,
An 1 dou't want to carry any goods to my New Store. Those that want to buy
Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
For less money Ihnn they ever bought goods at, c Die early, liou't forget
We want to show you our '-Clothing.
Keep this in mind.
A lae;e line of all wool ehiviols, eassl
mere ami worsted suits at $J and $10. You
are paying $12 and SIS forsuits like them.
Complete new line of Summer light
weight goods, all sizes, for slim men, short
men and fat men.
Ige $tocik of Soy ClotVn
Best line of shirtsand all kindsof furn
ishinggoods in the eity. A line of very line
suits Si'O and $25.
I3C2-CALL and EXAMINE OUR (.OODS.2Sr
H. P. FEIR0IT1TET.
SpriTig and Su.33t3.33CLer
Stock is now
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
'i:!i new- and rfaonallc imhIs wc invite every InhIv to mine and give
ii.s a fair show, and we w ill convince lliein that wr not truly have the stock
hut that we arc selling a! extraordinary low prices.
Wc show- a.s larre a line a anyone in the city, ami for sf vie. fit, finish
and quality our line cannot be excelled, aud for price we ik-fy nnnpetrtkm.
ZDXB-Z" a OOID3.
This line i.s so complete tint we can not give yon satisfietion mi paper.
The only w ay wc can do you justice is to come and look at the goods;
esieci.-illy our Dress (JoikIs. Wc ean show you a line from the cheapest to
the very ocst Silk finished Henricttc's. aud also the newest uoveltucs in silk.
Indies and (JemV tine fuotwoar wc show iu great variety mul onrr io
the Wt giMxls. Xo trash sold by us. WIm-u rliea, no cuimt slsocs are
wanted don't come to us, but if yon want something that will wear, give
satisfaction for less money come and
tt3-We also show
Ladles' and Gents'
Notions and Goreeries.
Icmeiiilier that our motto is sell
honestly- with customers, and through this method we have established a
good trade. Give us a calL
LOUIS H. GRAESSLE,
CORXEIt IIAKMONY AND SPIUGG STREETS.
The all steel frame No. 10 Milwaukee
Harvester Is the lightest and strongest
machine made. Seven teen sold last season
and everybody pleased. Runs like a two-
There are no machines yet made that
can compete with the Chain Power Mower
Right Hand Cut I). M. Osborn.
Garr Scott Threshers and Engines and
all kinds of farm machinery. Call and be
tm BlILD I T THE WHOLE SiSTE.M TO FEKFTXT HEALTH.
give my friends, enstoroera and those
1 South Main Street.
a big line of Hats,
goods as cheap as possible, and deal
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
clear thf rovn,Exm,
vmifii a r. i ii . r. i r..-s,
SWECTES TUB HPPTT.
T;VE 'BE t-TOKArH.
RPf;r?,TF THE t.fVFS Jii eoTEL",
tt-.-'l":-.' t iililie-t n-sp.-e.i! i:l li.e lt;-ii e:i';sio;is
t i in' the !mn-- r.-s ;hi ir !'!riin
: iuu iisiiiu a ruuvimv!"" r . i :