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f faS? "f" ,0,la!':U iiVIi"idi insrriii.
Ugtorandutos Undo in the Esc
' ... PWIer! Wanderinsa.
F. A. Kage is building an addi-
fion to his livery stable on a piece of;
fc-rouuu un recently purchased from
"Jud Robert L. Wilson.
By runniug on Morgan Oak
street (hs street ccrs would have been
pairfiiized by everj bedy residing iu i
he southwest- part of the city and
Vy the prints and studcifs of
, The friends of A. 11. Meyers in
thii city will be pleased to learn of
his success. Mr. Mcyera, in addition
to his position as AniMtor of the Ia-.diL-s!i,
Ttunessee.t. Alabama Railroad
l: ;s been appointed Auditor of the
'J'fli'uesBec Midlaud Railway Company.
.Alonz i is a Cape bov anl he fa one of,
'.h boys we feel proud of.
The Cultirntor has ceased publi
cation. Mr. Hoffman, its editor, says
a iiiw paper is to ta'c its place.. The
new paper, he says, will be coudueted
strictly upon business principler,, and
w ill embody the latest, best and most
approved methods of jourualicm.
The treet( Railway Company is
budding its lire down Good Hope
stre.-t, thus cutting off all th"! people
.of the southwestern part of the. city
from rcj benefit cf the street car
U will be tome time yet till the
tiew Stur-ivant .Bank is completed.
b;il enough has already been dime. to
.show that the buildiug will be the
Vinest structure iu the ciiy.
A prominent merchant ssys:
Xivesoll .Megrinsine tor over a yen,-
and guaranteed it to ure nuy hesd-
.-h without bad alter effect iiid
)iavenoi found a single ease it did
not rcibM-e. Sample free-. Tue .Dr.
AVIiiiehiil! Vrs.rrimine Co.. South
Z'.rml. tail. Sot.l l)V druggists. .
. Ernnt 0ierloli ,has moved h's
.book store into the Rider & Schwcp
Wr liui lding.
Wo nve pleased to leani that
.Ohsr'.cy Blsttner, who ha; been con
fined to hi? bed ever sin en Fair we.-k
is improving and is now out of
This has Wen a good veer for
X"!itrr.'-trs and builders iu thU ciiy.
rJ he y have hsd all to- work they i
i.n.vi do Riu-e early last spriug and
;!eir work is not ail done yet. This
t'vi-.vs that our city is growing.
The Charleston Dctnorrnt sayr.
Cio demand for coal in
CI arlestou is
....snino- ir l.v vonr as Hie winters
c ne. I'eople in the backwoods io 7iss
sre finding that coal for fuel is cheaper
The city of the liiird class pro
position is to be j' resented to the
voters of Ihis city atraiu. The Dkk-
ocrat will have something to say on
the subject of giving tip oi'r present
charter later on.
Once there was a man who said
th:t hisbovs inherited their bad traits
from him and not from their mother's
family. That man mysteriously dis
appeared one dark night, end no enc
luows to this day whether he jumped
iuto the sea while crazy or was sud
denly lifted np to heaven iu (i go'.Jcn
The west wall of the Cape Brew
ery buildiug caved in yesterday. In
excavating for an icn house building
the. workmen dug down below the
foundation of the brewery building
thns causing the wall to give way and
cave in. The damago doiie is con
siderable. The wall will be re-built
M the ice house walif arc put up.
The Austraiian ballot law docs
away with the political wire-pulling
t the polls. The law is a good on 2
for mady reasons, and one among these
reasons is .that tho hoodlums who
used to stand around the polls on
election day with their bauds full of
tickets are new out ot an occupation.
TJndor the Australian law people can
go to tho polls and vote without being
annoyed by the slum of the cities and
The city will havo to spend scv
. era hundred dollars on Good Hope
slreet after the street car Hue is put
down there. For about two blocks
on that street there is just sufflcieut
room for the street car line. No
wagon could pass along that street at
a lime when a car was on the narrow
part of it To fill up and widen this
street tor two blocks will cost a large
sum of money, and the expenditure
of that money is liable to cost some
of our city officials their positions ai
servants of the people.
Megriir.ine is the only guaraliteett .
ermenent cere, for berdache and
nenraliria. Relieves in 20 to 30 iuio i
ptcs. A great blood cleanser andlfc
ttimiilant that in time positively cures. '
stimulant that in time.posil
c.mnt hrittip free: . liie D
f. 'I:.r; iti. R.t
Megrimiilt: C5'-; Soutfc Bend, lad
T.,t4 hr M'
Iiandol is our next
To-dsy fell the first snow of tlie
The bctliue men in thin fnirn
tad up Ml their cash on the result of
25 the election.
. I The Australian ballot law is a
access. It inmres an honest election
and a lair count.
Repubiictiisin this county did
lots of scratching, but the Democrats
"C. C. C. Certain Corn f'nre"
removes corn. u hHi hnniMi
s:)'nolcs nnd callouses. tVarran
bos! led. See Hint CC.C. I blown
w.no, in every bottle Take no other.
There are just as many Repnb-
there ever were, but thev
scratched their tickets this yesr.
The Democrat who., says the
Common Tlcas Court will lc aixdish-
ed if Row u elected Judge is a fool
.It was a cych.'nc n'tid it swept
dear across the ccnr.tr v, ilpinr prcat
cst damage in Illinois duu Xet7 York.
This city pave & rood majority
agaiu't the adoption of the stock law.
and the proposition ia probably voted
down Ja the cctsuty.
The indication arc that ti:2 Hock
law is snowed under. Xow if our
city wants Ytojk law let the Citv
Council pass a stock ordiuaucc.
There were thirteen hundred and
fifty-one rotes polled in this city yes
terday, an increase ot two hundred !
votes over the I'rtfidVulicI cction.
four years ag.
Capt Lawren-e, cf the transfer
! boat "".the EaM Cape rnilroad yard
enK'uecr ecbratul the Democratic
icor.v Ulinoi-. to-day, by blowing
the whistles of the i.-aehi:
' tae'r charge.
So Care ! Ko Pay ! Ko Taste :
Dr. ?3eiidcntiall' Ann? Cure
warranted to cure. Chills and
Fever. Price, 5a cents.
Charley Allen treated his friends
nicely Inst night. At about nine
o'clock he invited a nuiiiTier of his
friends to hi barber shop to partake
of a feast 5-c had prepared for them.
and it proved to be a least fU:ei
. . ,-.
l-uougu. 1 o 11 Su uium i.JU a
fat opossum were nicely baked with
s-.vect potatoes, and thej were served
nice an.! hot. Besides .'. v oilier good
things tht go : a dainty dish hl;e
baked coou and 'possum Charley
trcatpd his friends to touiuthing
to warm the blood.
Knt'li.-h Spavin Li.;
K:ig!i-h Spavin Li.::nnt re-
moves an Hard, Son or Csi-onseii
i Lumps aiid Blemishes from horses.
' Bioo'l Spevin Ciirbs. Splints Swi eto y,
; Ring Bone Stiffs. Sprains, all swollt n
'Throats. CoiijrUs. ttc. S.-iC ?.'0 liy
'. use of l.-i t!!e. Warranted the
j most U.emist; run1 ever kL-nvu. r.jj
by Riiler & Whirhtcricli, Druggists,
Cape Girai iioBU Mo.
Tie !'c:'::1c's Varty polled r"2
votes in thit totmtv.
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The 1'roliH'e (,'oitrt at Jackson
will be i:i sesrion all next week.
The County Court will meet
next Mondr.y aud : 1 1 be i:i station
Why don't the Democrat? in thi
eoniily rtl'.-liritr'. Their Naiiona!
r.L'i: S'ate tickets are elected.
The O-.vl Cuh ti-cmbers are la,Ik
ng of giving a ball so:ne time in the
ue.ir future in their hull.
Judire Ross w:'" occupy the bench
at the January term of tl:c Coininou
t lean tcun.
ChiMrrn Y.ke Zr. tr.Wr " C C.
Certain Chill t.Vrv,'" ihv pU'ii-i-ntit
and cuarnulced cure tor
Cover, Atuc and ;ul;i-;a.
I'rice SO cl.t.
There will be two or three news
papers lets iu this county in a week
That vt- ot the third class will
agaiu be voted on and it will be voted
down just as it was once before.
The ballots that were thrown ont
lait Tuesday were the ballots of the
self-conceited voters wto were too
smart to ask for auy instructions
abent how to fit their tickets.
The Democrat'' of this county
will not likely nominate Ed. Toe for
Sheriff again. They have given h:ni
three trials and he has beer, dtleatetl
There are half a dozen raudidatcs
for the Tost Office in this city named.
Now let us give politics a rest
for two yenrs aud go about otir busi
ness. If yonr anpolltc 1 coite KotlJ
Ins; v!H restore it ir.orc ouiclify
Ihn ','. C. C. Certain Chill
Cure," Iho btcbI Tonic and
cuurontccd Cure for Chills and
Fever. Irlec 50 rents.
A gentleman from St. Ixmis b
here to see about putllug ic a water
We arc r.ot ready for winter
weather in this city yet. Our con
tractors and builders have not yet
completed their work and they have
promised to turn over to the owners
yet this yeah
Democrats can have no lurthcr
doubt about Cape Girardeau county
being a Republican cotiuty.
This weather is unusual for
Southeast Missouri. We have not
yet had Indian Summer. e will
Vet have some real autumn weather.
Running for office on the Demo
cratic ticket in Cape Girardeau
county is like gambling on futures
it is a risky business.
Tutt's Tills cure sictt headache.
If the people in this city who
tried to Tote a stock law on the poor
tanner waut a stock law in this citv
jef them ask the City Council to pass
stock ordinance. The Citv Coriniil
yested w?(h jbat authority without
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'Mr charter for a cityol the third
The Republican plurality in this
county is nearly three hundred. The
Democratic wave that went across
the country failed to strike Cape Gir
The snow storm yesterday was
the severest we have had in this sec
tion of the countrv in the mouth of
November for many years. In fact
we do not remember when we had
such a fall ot snow in November.
Lost, on Broadway, between the
Opera House and Cape City Mills,
a white muffler with blue stripe?.
Finder will be rewarded by returning
same to Win. F. Baumann.
The Old Coiree nnt,
A clever Yankee girl ha fo-.ind an
ingeuious u.e tor an old ceffee mill
whose grindinjr da-s are over and
good work box, which In on,.
mental as it h UMluL With a Khan.
chisel slid guagc s'i; carved a simple
pattern iu Hat relief on the Miles, the
top and the drawer. These nhe sand
papered perfectly .smooth end polish
ed with beeswax. In the inside of
the box she put a g.iihered silk l;:::g,
and around the handle rjnd'j tuo iii
cushionf, one' in the lid of the box
aud the cthr r.t the crt.-L-riic cm!.
The drawer wi tuatlv scudiiaitered''
a!id polished and served as a rei cptm lc
for spools of thread.
ft fttmatd a la y.trry ilinv
4, B. '.Vilsi,!!. 571 Vhy St Sharps
burjr. i'iL, niys he will :iot he iritho::!
Dr. King's New Discovi-ry for Con
sumption, Chiighs nad Colds, that i:
cured his wife who. .n thn-atonei!
with l'ariiino:iia ai'. 'r an attai k ot
(Jrippe,'' when VHiioiis other,
remedies and several pliysi. iaiis h:n!
done her no good. Robert Barber,
of Coof jpo.-t. l'a., claimei Jr. King's
-Now iJiseovery lias ;;:;e !ur;i more
good than au thiu he ever used for
l.nng Troiibh-. NotM::' lit.e it. 'Iry
it. Free Trial B"ttles at AVilsonV
Drugstore. Large bot'.'co 'He ai:d
From the Hanmnffa trt the .torltliia
The (roln phmmcr it:, rarj- I;a. ran.
Tin biTU to the -V""! !vr flor-..
And, nlthuurh Jhr tijs arr j.:at ailti son,
Th" t-stiingp Iavi' chiiTy i"vM a.
Th r" "" nv-' ' f "
Its crimson si. I K'-'l -
.) tl:t loTt-rs &tTUn;
Is luldis; attfl l-ut r.'.vry.
tint thmlrl il:r li.vrr t lia;pi::.cli
And tin tliiilv vt':ii:- nir,
Tiipy Uii'l lvt-'s c -r.f. i' :.s t niu't!:ly
Jaaparlo' -r eUi':.
Kliei:aintt't:i t'nrcd in n liny.
"Mystic t'i:n 'f for R!ie;:u:atisiii mid
Neuralgia raiKcally cures in 1 to S
days, it.- action epon. the. system is
remarkable i.:id mysterious. It re
moves at ouce the c.iiise and the dis
ease iuiuiedi.ttclv liistippiars. The
"rt do-e !-:ict;!s. 7'. c-:i: -. f-M v
llMcr & WMitcrlch, Dnigi is. CapV
S.:f r :ir.:i --r
Rrx.tVtn;" CU--1U t r-r i'i tr.- p i f1? -
Caia uirMl.-aJ. m-zly or c..-i .s..ivt a.
ei&ta ct Slivi'i, 1st Via o;1 a.;u...
X . :iil.. r ls-X.
F M Kill . 'i'ss .T.v tjr
Vr.l I t'utl.n I.h.i! I'i iiniT
f-ik-ik. y i; i'r - "v-ii
jr Itfv.lVo-.' j: I. V.'t' s
I -r-c'.;!i": !(.fu.rjr t.: -l.c e. ttn" IctttT"
Til i-l-i-:-!- sy A'!,t:;k .1. .'i:-,r liaTc.il
i'liiiits:. ii but citict. r..r :'. .: :i? !:
'Jii-y t. iii Th s.-it t i?t-ai I..;-- i::i'ri' a
'"as:it:'j::ii c": J. C--.A 'i! hil,
T!ie l!i)reiil Inflis" Tec.
The ianre.-t fee ever pa" ! to a phy-
! iciaa. SKii'HiO. was received bvtl;e
late Dr. Wizard Iar":er for t!;e sue-;
ccssiul removal o! an eiiC'-r-seuce
from tho lace and neck of the son
and heir of oi:c ol tl'.c wrahicst
"aniilics in the ikinity of ? ew York.
Should he succeed !ri cm iug a St. Imis
'iciress of e slight mental trouble that
has bothered her front child hood
Dr. William Bradley cf that city, is
t receive a cash l'"e ot ijM.Wi.
There !s only oiie New York doctor
who began life j oor. f.n-J is now a
millionairs. fhh is Dr. John I'.Miiuti.
physician to Jay Could, Kaccll Sae
and other very rich men, and chief
examiner for i leading life ipsumuce
company. Dr. Jlitnns fjrtcue has
uot come to him directly from the
practice of his proferaii-n. shhongh
he receives -ii-.'i.OoO a year from Mr.
Gould alone, but is mainly the result
of lucky speculations in which his
grateful patrons have j.iven him the
opportunity to participate.
I'Bly nml Halernl,
tut I couldn't help it. Everything
went wrong with me. and 1 thought
I hadu t a fn"iid in ihc world: dys
pepsia caused this, aud for mouths I
couldn't eat anything, and Just fuller
ed in misery till I used Salplier Hitlers.
Three bottles cured me. D J cvfi, U'J
lijK'doin Slreet HosOjh, JSmz.
Law Cnfen ta SU Lonlrr.
T!ie St. L. C. (J. & F. S. Ky, hca o:i
sale tickets at the following low rates:
From Cspo Girardeau to ft. Louis
$ I. !'.. 1,'ound trlit tickets S.s.oo.
Thc:c tickets are f?rst class, uulindtcd.
and are good via Wiliiemsvil.c ci: day
or ui'ht trmns.
Trains leave Cape Girardeau at
C l't a. ui., and 6:15 p. m., and make
close connections at Williamsville
with Iron Mouutaiu trains bc'.h day
We wish to call attention to
the night passenger train service es
tablished be'weed Cape Girardrau
and St. Lou:s, via WilliamsriMc. You
can leavo Cape Girardeau at 6:15 p.
m- and by taking sleeper at Williams-1
vllle secure a night s sleep aud arrive
in St. Louis early in the morning
Reluruiug, leave St. Louis 9:20 p. in.
This night traiu service has been
put on exclusively for the benelit of
the people of our city aud should bo
well patronized. There is also a uight
mail service established between
Cape Girardeau and St. Louis.
rtaefclen Anslea Nalre.
Thk Best Salve iu the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapjicd
hands. Chilblains. Corns, aud all Skin
r-nipuoiis, anu -uny cures
cr no pay required. It is guaranteed !
to give satisiaftion, or money refunded. !
I Price S5 ccuts per box for sale at
J WflsOii's Drug Sitorc.
A CLEAS SWEEP
The Krpnbllraa t'uatj
. Jxc-ksox, November 9th, 1892.
Cape Girardeau county goes con-
trary to the National result. It has
elected nil 11,- ItemiMiran rnnntr
,Scte, except Jud-ecf Conutv Court
iV.. . '
Th:? remedy is .becoming fo well
known and so po:r.i.ir is to need uo,epi;l:' I'l'.traiity. .
special mention. All who have used j Dc:iio?rat:ega::is are ivpo:tcd all
Electric Ililters s::ig t'i3 s:iinc song '?v'r the .utintry. . .
of jiraisc a purer u!.cdicii:e docs not j Cape Girardeau county ha eiccleil
exist and it is gnai-;!!ilrd to. do all ; . f,,it i.Vi.nlilicnii rntmtv lidci
hat is claintcil. l.'hctiie Ulticis will
cur-; all dis ascs of toe Liver and
Kidneys. ',! leuiove rin:-lV s, I'.oils.
Salt I.'. ion. a ,r.:id other air ciions i
caused bv inspire 'jlooil. Will drive !
Mulsria troiu the system and prevent
as well as cr.ij! oil Malaria fevers For
cure oi lleadavh". Cousbiitpticn and
' Indiifesll:'!! !rv rii.'ciriis liitiers. En
tire a!ifaciton unarauterd. or nioiiey
rcfuiKie.I. I'l ire .10 ceitts aud 1.00
per bottle ct Wilson's Drug Store.
. Koine ItBla in Wrllluc;.
AVrite all proper names distinctly.
Write only on one side of the paper.
Write a!! . t: luiir.il terms distinctly.
Avoid figures, i.vc?;i. when used as
Write with good black ink on good
Iu spel ing cither write always
plo.ih or plow. etc.
Iu abbreviations cither always a.
n. or always A. SI...
In dales cither ''way''. Jan. "7 or
Ian. -J7lh or 'J7th Jan.
In the use of 11. always spell travel
er, jrv. c!i r. or e!c traveller, jeweller.
Bo jariicti!ar in wriling W. I! ki:d
N, a!;o I and J: 0:ey are easily mis
taken. In compounding wnr;t. either
vcrything. anyihing. eaiiiat, or every
thing, any thing, ran not.
Avoid all ahhrc-.uilbiiis with which
the general re.iil'T " lit ! fniniliar. as
Xinas fur fhrifttinr.s.
l't all footnote.t with r.'i (') im
uicdiately r'lcr fie word to be ey
olaint d !::.;c ad of at the kut of the
n oi s. aliv
r I. r.irv.
, shillings, a!;-! ;,, i:rc. ora: a e
s?i::tit:;cs a;: I pj-nce, ''. t is
tic; coa:nri a::o. or
iid ; Dr.
treat Mivlcal V'or!
d plates dolll lite.
100 pages, rotor
lie most v.hitiMc
.ulvisor ever published. To snv ail-
drrs ou receipt of three 2-cctit stamps
to pay postr.:re. Address A. I. Ord
way & Co Boston. Mass.
t Irenlalion Tlie Tklnc-
Men, like ;i.y must circulate. If
money is stored away iu a strong box
the dollars will not breed pounds. So
with the business man. If he buries
himselt he will not partake of the fat
of the land. Both must pass around.
Ho of the store, shop or mill who
does uot k""e in touch with his fel
lows is a dead weight on the lieck of
progress. lie is satislitd to gleau
after others reap, so long as he p-ofts
by the harvest. He will not lead or
be lead. If pushed he falls. The
iud of the rushers iaV.es his breath
away. So he trubs along ::i the old
row with the unliipie implimeuts a
speck ou the business track, s clam ou
the s.,nds of the trade sex I!? won't
come out of his shell; no, cot he.
When the t'i'c comes, he'll ride with
the rest, aud Unit's all he wants. His
business goes along iu the same
groove. Xo new notions for li tin: no
trimmings for his trade; no noise
while he sleeps: no liesh. paint on his
old sign; no uiw v ine ia his old bot
tles. He never (rets around among
liis neighbors-, lies cut of touch
with the life t'-i.t cninn :.:nre he went
to sleep. He won't rub hi eyes cud
wake up to the di mauds cf the
Frescut. Oh. no. The city was big
euough when he ca-ur. and further j
Sfrowtli means itoihiu- so l:.r as he's j
cc-iiecnitd. feo he sticks to the ame
. . ... .1 1.1 ..-ll. tl.A !
sirtxi r.n. , .uc , ,
ohl people. Xoii. of your modern,
progressive votiit; chaps for him. He j
is blinded byelf.aud will see noi: j
he is deafeued by Greed, and id
hear not; he is paralyzed by Dignity,
and will feel not: he is heuuiued by j
liogyisin, ami will la': net. lie's a j
h.ick number, and
down. We Lave
?qu!rt in this city-
should he turned
many r;ich old
TME HEXT M0RMN3 I fTEU BntGHTANB
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION la BtntH.
lCj dorter a-a It acta cm'.t on U ftomar. Bw
ana tklm-raarxliaaT .a-A-.t I-uiattve. Ttu drtnte is
aiade fratn rl
la. anU a prepanat tocoealia) '
LttftL 2 11uLaVwJLuiJ!a
au aramnw aril u at sit mmi tiiip ijka. u
IZti roiiT ?i-l;; &m i 1!VrV
To enjoy health eae boaM have r
lnr cracnationn every tirca y fear
oiiw. The evt:n, h(h t""4el nl
phjitical, rrsalilar; froia .
re mi; ami seriem. For the care
of tills mrnniDi trouble. Tntt'e I.lver
! have arminect a popularity nttjMX
aOlcled. Elecanliy angar ceated.
Tke nemerrata tarry the Cenniry
and tleTtlaad la Elected.
The latest telegraph reports give
Cleveland New York, !!ii:i: (,'on-
necticut. anil irobaWy tmlicsa. The
Democratic m:j..rly if! New York is
! T - . - '".T , T-'
1 1 r!y nr.5 car;:-.l -;ora.lo, Wyom-
is ch-ctci Cor-jrtor 'J
CVr,i Gcnls1otighit6cTe Tfcrsat 'Vfl-p.Ti'fc?a'
cir nll'J ie avancl ttarsr. Use at esr
oi tH'A tTie exillil r.ftsr takir? t
Cist dev. Fold lj a'lUx m prawhftia. Xaza
t&nlea Mats aisi ti.00.
A corres2ln:h"tt .of .the cxeentiva
couiiiii'tce in ch.-.re cr the national
Co!nm!;ii3 school celebration semis
from I'ecnsvlvania an admintble eug
Btcsttion ftT the .Usorvnnc! of Columbus
day. It is that tlie ISvh of next October
.be tarde a nntitial frill arts r day, and
that lon-li.c.l trees, dciJuotis or
cyery:wn, be plr-nVd cveryiiiere to
the inciuorr of Columtum aiid the
discovery. Tan cc:itennial trees,
planfird in many places in lfiTti, cro
watched with pro'.viijr iittetc-.t. If
lrtes It,"' rh'n th-.t are a.?aptNl to the
peculiar climate:. !n -.vhijh they r.iay be
placta-.l, th.T- is i:a reason why the
plar.lir.(r :f C-.i'nihu; trees fchou'd not
!e ::t h-ast f- r a ecntnrv's gnnvth.
Tbr;-!i;-h tl:c y.i-i lrm the 'present
tv-.til V.f-t y ;-:-.r rr.l old will :r.:cn!
J tiirai i:s pivcii.v ; :.::i.in;irks. Ard when
oar cic-.;:try"s tivo hun.imll:! cTiiii-.cr-
j s.ita'l la-rrc cone torn v.ill see iu
; .t!u ohes it d :::'-ni;cs ar.it c.-Tfrce:ia
.;n;r litik i.i the
el::iin tj'rt v::
Iczti if.- i-:t
sir.iMc that .'
.:iDsr t!-u y'-i.
uu elemc-r.t i:i t.
... r;ir"-i f.. ..nicr i
It i:. es-v.-i.-.Pv i';c-
Ii ? s.'h ois sho-.iki j
f Coluihns trre !
lob.-atioTi of (Vrtoj
cv. r for separate
:s. T!'7 cr.iitrr !
lsr IC. I!nt p1:::!
t'-uli; p.'i'pl. , r.
r"v lx ri!'! n e b-a:i.:ii:l y d
a lirir.jr tribute ti.l to the memory of
itspn-at d -eoverer by the new at ttiuij
f irth if tro: sinely, iu rows and r
. Coorcrcllre I!ourrLo.-riP.
In Abiler.c. Katt., u town of aT:;t
'itir thousand inhabitants, for fifteen
months tif'y ;f th.e !-i.f.t proraincnt
families have tccn prr.i'thanrr a species
of c.io:crati.'n. and with such suc?ss
that tlw.Si .en:r.ic'i! hi I are l.xihin; 1
forward to a f -u-e p-Mi:ianer.t-oi-!ani.-A-tion.
The object nf the clob, ,-.s stated
in its by-law:i, is to rei'.cee the e:;H'nscs
and annoyance of househtH'pin.r t'.v con
solidation r.nd c(jp"r::tion. The ebtb
totI; a honse for whi-h -it pa;- ?.'o c
month. It ; .viirUin.ruViC ciasist:. of a
c;k. vl'.li tr.. :i--.:t:-nts anil three
f!i::ir.fT-r'..n: ;::r:! iu'. crci:e iihsthc
usual ifTivrs ::!n; nn r:-:e.'Uiive comrait
lec The cliv"s are f --"'S arjd f-S a
neck for ;mw:t jH-rsiins a:l fl.SS for
children. Th' vi:-::ii,i--iiip isiimiiM ti
the nnra'sT of chair?, tiu .iir.'ap; motn
wiil hoi.L I'trn:!iv's !:.tv:i feivate ta
lle and if hf y ftirr.i-li their o-.vn a
bh" lir.cn and f.'.i-.cr tl 'nly pay f ;..0
r. wee!;. Visitors r.ivcharrjvd SO cents
a int-al for t'.vo days. Over that time
vri-.'kVy mtcs are prid fir them. All
board Li on Sacr-li.r tuorniuff in
advav.ee. Th.e execiitive ce.mmittoe of
three rucets on Saturd-.y forenoon with
t:ie lii-ad c .'h and uutiits accounts and
. There lins never b n any enrrupti-n
in polities, in any nation that the world
has t ver r-xi, in vhieh tlie res-onsibil-ity
:i 1 r-ot r.r-t up-m the tnan win ; of
fered the Ixibe mtlier Uuin up"n t!ic
- - f v .If it I ,1 c r .it -.-,
;;,.js ,i t!Krc "orc a
r1in,,n m:,,r,?tt!C3 lietwecn the bribe-
. ,. .
ipv- .u tne onoe-xa:;er. wiat is
wrtntn-!. snS.?ts a writer iatheCen-
tury. is s mcral fen? which will be as
:1 r"t!eal tr...tters as Jt is in pri-1
reputable man oupht to ptvc n dollar
fnr nnlc8, ,ie can
,:ave in an acconr.ti.njr for its
Cse. Hvery man who contribates to a
larpe campaign I u:id. to lie expanded by
a professional corr-jptionirt v.ithout
aiy ptihlic or private aecountinf of the
ni.es to which it is put, is an accomplice
in a jrigrantic s -homc of bribery which
he has helped to mi he possible. Every
who conirfhetf s a penny to the
bh-.chmail levied against him, cither as
cn individual or as a member cf a cor-J
poration, is an aecomplhe in the ST3-I
ti met i - th-l:i'.:ching of pomtlnr govern-!
nie-t whi;h ia in prTer. ia the leiv
lali"e ro;to of tit:.s Cfnmtrv to day.
Ak r.ble cltctrioal expert saya that
tlie prospet of moving ordinary trains
by electricity is about as good now as
the profpecta of lightic j cities by elec
tricity were before the discovery that
electricity could b? generated by a dy-camo-eleetric
machine. The radical
improvement looked for ia the direct
generation of electricity from the en
ergy of coal, without the intervention
of the boiler furnaces, the steam en
gine and the dynamo. .
Y.'isy LiAj Is Short.
The duration of life depends neither
on climate nor focd nor race nor any
external condition, btft on the natural
constitution and intrinsic vigor of our
organs. One hundred rears is the cats
cral life of cno, acrd!n.? to the Phit-
adclphia TiBes. Tha curtailment be
low this normal term is the rcsnlt of
those errors and escessca ia he manner
of living which impair the organaand
produce prcntttare decay. From the
-time of jSoah to tho days of Joshua and
3lo3es the record is one ot successive
and gradual- decrease 'a longevity.
Joshua wared old and stricken in years
some time before his death at one hun
dred and ten. The whole of life teems
with 'incidents which mast reed affect
more or less its duration. Iu a manu-
iactnrinjr and commercial country par
ticularly, where population is more
crowded end where crt and labor In
every branch are strained to tho ut
most reach c.I human exertion, life be
comes subject to iafir.exicos Which act
powerfully upon it end tend to jhortc
ta deration. Son:e pcxtionlar, occupa
tions abrldo lire by txxlilv eonCnement
and depriraiiiin oi r.iod ,a!r.
t'icre i-. a free r;irr?r.t of pare aur the
funcioui of the body .ad mind arc
krpt in I.:i:Uay a.-tim by moderate e'
eri-iac, not by str-iiied tension, and
-v. hen tlic pnwa'ts In life are of a moral
.tratlKicj" aa'l i-rct I fo may be pro
longed ti a lTi.a v .l years. But when
wo Indulge in ri.-i ms habits, which
rrcr-te p:.in .ad. tronhle, life ebbs
away, o'ton Inip rct-ptlbly, and we do
not notice it", dot-line until the fatal
r-gics: : .'t brje'is make rivers, rivers
run to M-v-"
Channel ia ironanciation.
TTi3t:nciat'cn ii slowly but steadily
cluinln?. S-ani"times it is going fur
ther am! fortSicT aivay from the orthog
raphy; fir example, either and neither
are getting more and more to have la
their Crst syllable the long t sound in
stead of the loag c sound wldch they
hau-oiiw. iVicu'thsn it is being modi
fied to areo with tho orthography; lor
exam;lo. s.vr-i a witor in Harper's
Weekly, t"w oi.ler pronunciations of
again t rhyrce with men, and of been
to rhysie with pin, in wldch I was care
fully trained as a bey, seem to nae to be
giting war before a pronunciation in
exaci rwcorj with the spelling, itlrain to
rhyme nith pain, and been to rhyme
with seen. These two illustrations arc
fisim the necessarily circumscribed ex
perience, of a single observer, and the
observation. of others may not bear me
out in my n-itdon; rnt though the illus
trations iali In the pro'-ind th main as
ccrtion, thai proaauciation is changing,
Genius anil Buecess.
There is a corisidrrablo compensation
for the lot s of the old-time aelf-conse-eration
to tho h'frhjst dreams. We no
longer s?e the poet, hirsute and seedy,
soe'ein? some one to borrow a dollar of;
he rides in his ccrriaje and subscribes
Ulssralty tc.. cl'arities; for if he cannot
su!l his p v'tiy at a round price he turns
hb genius to mining, railroad building,
t'ankin.7, or nixing patent medicines.
He is too proud and Independent, in a
way, to have the world call him a poor
pm. The novelist, soys an editorial in
the Chautanquan, Is cut frcm the same
cm ii ui. ua nml WJ uiduiausi
work tide by r.iile and they sit side by
ile in splendid boscs at the theater
ttnd the opera. Tf romancewill not pay
they. turn to realism; 'f realism begins
t-drlg fn-the maritet they teixe upon
naturalism; genius must succeed. We
'a'I -his coiupensalion; bat after all.
while it gives a well-dressed, well-fed.
j prosperous hx to the world of art and
relieves 3 of a set of miserable crastr
mutr-.b'iujr. j-arret-haunting geniuses. It
brings the hopeless decadence cf all
that is lastirg acd truly valuable in Ut-c-ature.
It gives us what Is written for
pain instead of what Is written to re
lieve the . tress of genius filled with the
barnrag spirit of creative thought and
moved by the energy of lofty ambition,
which would scorn the temptation of
A Kkw Yons daily recently ecrt a re
porter to lioston to 'cover" an important
br.scball pme. Instead of sndiur his
notes b? u-lcraph, ils usual, the reporter
had a telephone ermngedon the ball
frroucdi. and vas connected by a lomj
tlistancc circuit with tlie office in Sew
Vorli All be had to tlo was to describe
the prane ts it proceeded, his dictation
heir? banded to the compositors aa fast
w it was recaived. Threo minutes
cftcr tho rime was over a full account
of it wes in type, and in an hour an
extra" was seliinir on the streets in
New Verk containing a vivid descrip
tion c f the lioston game. In the long
distance telephone system the news
papers certainly have a powerful ally
In their struggle to pet the "latest."
Tub recent oensus bulletin plvlmr the
population nf the United Status by sex,
color r.nd nativity In IS90 contains data
of much Interest to the student of so
cial science Of the total population
5-1.-tTi.T03 were native born and 9iG38.
S0 of foreign birth. Classified In ao
eordar.ee with color, the white Inhabit
ants of the country numbered 54,933,890
and the colored T,C-"8.SA0. tn the col
ored element of onr poptdaIon are in
cluded Chinese, Jcpanesc and civilized
Indians, as well as person) of African
. An ctem inventor proposca to save
fnMa washed away by
the wavcs ,)Jr FJmving oH. on lbe nrf
og ,t n&ht. on V..e tanO. Displaniato
place canuon clon? the beaches and to
fire sraward cannLaters of oil bo con
Uruc'' that tLey nil) begin to leak aa
seen as they strike the water. By this
means the water will be covered with a
thin Sim of cil for a long distance from
the shore, which will, prevent the
formation of large waves.
A QL-rnK thin? happened during the
recent terrible cyclone in Saline county.
Kan. A grocer tnfcvied a washing-ina
chir.c which was standing on the pave
rjpnl jvst before the storm. It was
pichc:' tip a fjw days ao on the open
prairie fevoml miles from Salina in
pcr.'cct s'.ato of preservation.
ni.TTTorou tho United States b
country posscrsirg immense timber
tract!?, it appears that it imported wood
and wood products to the value of 121,-
7T2.1SS in the year ending June 30, 1S91;
acd in the same time exported similar
articles to the value ot 144,811,004.
There is a great scarcity of geld dol
lars acaordicg to manufacturing jewel
ers. Some scarcity of other varieties is
also reported by people in other lines of
business, notably those engaged In
waiting for stray coins to roll their way.
The best Stock of
s ; i, ;
H. P. PEIRONNET:
Albert Grocer Co;
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Agents; Richards' Cape Lime.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO,
Ah Invitaton to All!
You are cordially invited to give "us a call and see the im
mence line of Winter Goods, tind the low prices in every department.
todies' and ents furnishing goon's.
LOUIS H. GHAESSLE.
Ccrrier Broadway and Sprigg Street.
FINE TINTING AND
SIG1T PAINTING OF ALL KINDS:
N. W. Corner Main and Broad way,
Cap -ir.oiL"UL, 2o.
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
A. TitrnDIUEtt, Pres.
K. W. FEUERBACI1EIV V.ro Pres.
A. J. LAXG, Sec'y. .
U F. KIXStEnMAN!T, Treas.
OTTO 11AXXV, Genl Agent.
We beg to call your attention to onr new patented
BREAD, CAKE AND PARING KNlVESi
Which we are now placing upon the market, and with which we are
A LON'G-FELT NEED TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Cut herewith represents our Bread Knife, which as will be observed,
has a scalloped or serrated edge, as has also the Cake Knife, which adds
greatly to cutting quality of the knivoa. and is therefore a vast improvement
over the knife with a plain smooth edge. . . ......
With the Bread Knife, warm bread can be eut as easily as cold, always
leaving a nice even surfaco to the bread. It is also, found' quite nsefnl ia
slicing ham and all kinds of meat. EDWARD 8. LILLY -
ST. LQU'S fi.Ml(kpKEW ORLEANS
ANCHOR : Xj X 3ST E :
U. S. kL?K STEA!!EIIS. .: ...
Lesvaa St LonL for V.nrrm Sara. Baton O.io?r, and Sea- Ortas-M, Wliied7a at $ e'eleak
m. K-tumiiK kavn New Orlrana Satonlaja at i a'eloc p. m. -Leaves
St. Imi for Cape UinrJ-an, Cain. Vnnnhla. Heleaa, dieaaville. Arkaaia Gt
Vlckabars and :
Naldirs, 1 ueatlays, Taanuajra aaa .-Miaiuaya i.r-.
Grand Tower Pncket-
ForSle.GmrrirTe.pt Marr'i. Uarrer. Witteatnnr ami Orand Tower. leareaTaaaaarS
laaraoaya aud atard) at p. m lUlatx n !t tm arrlTe Moauav.
Thamlajr ad Sa'.nrdaj at ; o'clock a. ia. .
Company's Office on Wbarflioat, loot Chestnut street, St. LouU. j
I. M. Maaoa, Pres. The. C. SetrlT, SVe. ' . John Bird. Ft. aft
AtManee Ptorm, Araet. MrmpDta. V C. l sirr.lt, Aent. Vlcktbaif.
j it. ol-.. aj. .a. 11 Coifir.r-:-i Piac-. :..wrl:si. La.
and v cy )
F. W. FEUEEBAHEIt
A. J. LANG.
L. F. KLOSTEBMANX.
1L P. PIEKOXXET.
-Stcamcr CRYSTAL CITY.
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