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Siemers rUne viISdwl,im.t oi; rjof,Eaieiff, eMuUejl by
.PATgBQAY ItOBjriqQ,' r, Ueary Seed-aon.. .& 1 Pret. K-nowRori, opened last Mauday
": A '.r t rrederic kdtjthla. Btotaiig
BEN H. AtJAMV
WB8CRITOOJI KATXBt '
on the :!& Mu-ior CuJcjfoVf ,S
' i - ,- - .;- ;,f'-i
hthelwitMt ..vir. ..a l.e
.-...... avas I
jrilb MgnroUmeiit of about forty.
y Alllhet honesty, experience and
skin can do to produce a perfect pill
has been employed in making De
Witt's Little Earlv Risers. The result
ChppetKnd John- RM8-spetJfle for sick beedacbe.'billioos
ii il. i.:. I " . .... .....
ness and constipation. L. Ben Miller,
"aC ' -. 'SS SMSSbS. - - - i, i XO.SS
I fleet aaaliai w mm rrr Uh oaea&eeneeb
I ttft kVe.
We publish in lull to-day the
peach of Hon. Loaia IloAi&dedvered
fat the World's Fair on Missouri Dav,
The speech if woby JHtlJei?
(Southeast Missouri and it Shotild be"
section 01 tjjje; orate, it aooundsln
try orer and it the newspapers would
give it the betfoflt oPtheir clrcnlation
It Is calculated tdo this long Beg-
lecte sepHon of Hbo&tate much good
" " .
V-Ther is yellow.-rer at Taoina.
AVv Uiokmw State RIlj'.G
mlasioner, is in fe. city accompanied
by bis daughter, who will attend the
Normal (bis year. .?-
that the editor ol the Denton Jwi?fde
1 - ewi.
;-r-Curc your cot-da weartnjftboJ
sea akin shoe sold attbe em Shoe
store" on Broadway oy w.U, miters
chocbert will visit the cities near by
this week to see, the working bjt their
electric light plants and to get figures
a.tothe costs of the plants to the
j Mrs. Henry Meyatead, Sr, who
baa been. In St. Loaia three months
tta.de tbe-treatineat ot .the St. fauis
physicians, will return home per
steamer New Idlewlld tbis'.eycoibg
aqd we are sorry .to state that her
health has not been, improved by her
stay in the city.
tWfcity'Cotiurll last nigh order
ed tben.y elerfcto advertise tor bids
for Ave hundred cubic "yards of silica
to" put ou Mairf-irud "Spanish, streets.
These streets wHf be 'put IS first-class
cf tjdi"(ion at'lhe expense of the piv-
fny abutting tuereon. .
The jnry in the CMO-.of the State
againsTJake Cravens,-charged 'with
assaqltlng- Wiley Miller, tried in
Justice sinimcn Court to-itny, rc
turned.a.y.erUict of gnilty and assess
ed CraTens' punishment with a floe
of twenty-five cents.
Yon "should not fall to see that ex
celleMBear bkin Slioe solil by W
11 llutvrsat the -Oeiu Shoe Store"
on : roadway. A perfect fit. at low
will move to the1 Cape and embark in
the telejrnph. busiDess.
The. Iron fountain R. IL, has
cloied-Its : offices at rn, Bloigett
mad DichUtalt,.j;hicb .js. raUjcr nn
lortuiia'te for tbe citizeus of those
. - - i . . . .. i
The weather we are Havingnow
is regular ague wesiher.. A man who
lias never hJ a genuine.ald'Vliaking
chill can bring on oue no by eatiiig
slice of a Scott .county WKterineltn
nod jBtanding out lu the sna form few
minutes.". . ''"'. ?- ' '" .
IT jmmr aippetlte l pone viotli
tu( will relorc it more ajiiickrr
than "C. C Certain Chill
'Acrm,n tbe' crest Tonle and
rnwrmnteed Cure for C'billa and
Feer. lrlce CO cent. .
For aale by V. li.Uoeryor, druggist
Ja. McKcnua tells n that; he
iai(lou( iw.elvc hnndred dollars lor
rreen apples from .tne-fjMSth day of
AugurtrttAtje 6rjk dav ofSeptcmler.
Kow who (tavs 4bat it tides nut pay ip
nisei, trull?. 4: ; . .. , ;
. The man" wiio was (toed fifty dol
Urs in.ihij J.lecorder's Qourt last. Fri
day fo): earrving. a.. pistol, made his
day night. U'r was assisted by VaJs'
from Hie ouUlde. 1
-The ICfver View Uolcl case . was
ppelcd to the Deer'inbe.rtcrtn of Com
tnion ileas Court and not to the Cir
'?7-C1oler, js .rag1n .'with fearlttl
violence tn ihe -provinces., of liussia
and it U reported.tgi have broken eut
in this eooutry atefse Cfty. - '
-Oa the 1th day nl this month
the Cherokee atrip will be opened for
Mtkneat and there are .one thousand
; fqwla qa the-bohlers waiting for the
'tlaie.to com. " - - - ; i '
JudwiB iuiido'l. Sheriff left last
night oa tbe 6 o'clock train for Jef
;MStijat City- wit h to- pstsoneta tor
ithefrnrtentiary. ": J.
irii :ttfb lawsuit ot G. A. ileath.
ry.TsJ. F. Audcasou, a decision was
mode red ia Jastice Willer's Court to
ri sy in favor Of the defendent.
Chief Eagiaeer N. C. rVissell left,
-batarday fotiSttoBwood "-Ioiat,
I'einiscot cMtrty from which point be
wilt the awamaarvey.. He will survey
from Cotton weVd 'Qlnl, which ia on
f$&M firafrvtofii,', iHjjijl. rVnte he
i ou needu't be confeOt - with
"one of the fliiest," you can have as
4bany- ol them as yon like if you
mean tbe buest shoes in town and
' llaiusa's. - ..
rase Mine lSlr flfrouud's
AW. Whrmat1 the amw mill
nrolpirletor of the patcntutern
anotn, for which It. A. Leber ia agent
'klZ C Cerlabi f its. 4Jwre"
BfTM tmtmK irarts,-MnnUsris,
-aaaVarC WtttttiiK " vll(er.
;SWaaie ICever, dggia.,
irt'leSst fen thousand dollars wUl
i-ba apa y1ha people of this
jba Jo "-oraiagfer
Zi&tatb'-- iZ 'Jk.
iU siaafr-lMafs ,iM U ion verv
S -r-..-kJAtortai h
- ' -- r v -... .---f
t -aawtaarasa.aeeaj'jpjii y taa
ateajb h4tff at tfca wharC The
MtlaaitaM ral ola Cacil
rjllaatowa W' y "Veaefits
rTlie".bril work on the new
Methodist Church building on the
cjrncr of Sprigg and Themis streets
U completed, f
Call-at the "Gem Shoe Store" on
Broadway and see those Reindeer
skin shoes. W'.'II. Huter's proprietor.
A good M guaranteed.
. The new" Methodixt Church build
ing (hat "is"-being ' erected :6n the
rjfr')tFhemi-and Sprigg Streets
WHIWftb third bouse of worlp on
Sliriair street .between Itroadvay and
Good" Ifope streets oue. C.10"0 1"
two Methodist. ; -.--
All the talk in the world will not
couviuco youso. rakly if 0M,Jnal
ot DcWitt's Witcbllasef Satrt) Mr
scalils. burns, bruises, skin affectlotis
auTT plleVC- v u;Mnirtnt1t-'
It took seven- deputy constables
about thsee hours' the other day to
Biyvfi Clap JolUogcr's -bouachold ef
fects but on the strbet:1 Tlie- owner
of the house wanted, money on his
bouse and as Chsp didn't pohy up""
the deputy coustables were directed
to move hiin out and put him on the
street where rent is free. t
XT-. II- Hitters sells "The Blue
llinlnm ISchooI blirtCNr slid the' price
U stamed on each parr. ' They aie
juxt elegunt. . '
If" C. C. r. Ce-nnln Chllf Core"
Irdot tbe bet rVsnedl' torn hare
ever aud for C'hilta and Fever
Kar maejr will be refna!ed.
eaitaJit i tuke. Large btUcs
SOeenu."- '.' . , ..
For sale bv W. II. Coerver, druggist
Our acboos' are all again open
and students are coming in from tar
arid near. Some" come to attcud one
school and some another but tbey all
comedo ..seek Ibe benefits of aa.edji
cafion aud to prepare themselves for
business men '.'and" women.. IJiey
coinetothe Cape from far awjiybe
caijse '.we1 have ..better schools- than
thry have near, at home. . .. . .
One word descriwes 'it "perfec
tion-'; Wc: refer to. l)e Will's W'tch
I lazei ' Sal ve,' cure obst mate' sores.
burns, skin diseases and is a well
known cure for piles. L Ben Miller,
Druggist. -' - - .--.; .- .
A gentleman in- frtiraC Jackson
iuforms n that the Jackson Branch
Railroad is selling tickets to the
SVorld's Fair "at eleven dollars for the
round trip-. We have a rate fro m this
citv of thirteen dollars and ten cents
for the round trip and we caunotr see
how 'they gel a lower rate from Jack
son ... . - '
little vegetable health producers:
DeWilts Little Kfriy Risers core
malarious disorders and regnlate the
stoniach and bowels, which prevents
headache and dizziness. L Bern MUIer,
Work on the colorod Masonic
Halt is progressing .rapidly. Tbe
brick work is about completed and
tbe carpenters .will soon bave tbe
buildinz readv. for the. plasterers.
The. eolotiia "Masonic' odg la this
city has a large membership- made" up
of the best class" of our colored popu
lation, and we art ' glad te know Wat
... r- .4 . ... r.-. . ..
they will soon get 'row a aau oi iner
i-lt Is now high time fsr oar peo-.
pleto negin to talkap oureomingbig
Fair, which wUI bo held aear tnls city
only about a month; henee. The of
ficer of tbe association will dp their
part to make the Fair a success and
there' Is no reason why everybody else
In Southeast Mltoofishoald not be-
jElaCouce;to"lena their help to make
tbe r air tats year more inan ever ai-
tracUve. - ' ?
' n&iim Hk la Sttks) Ci L C
aiarUilU Care," b-feaaO
aat and a-waraateiM
Pew,. - , aav
FoT aie by W. ILOerver, drngglat
6t Vincent's CoUege eaed last
Wedaeadar with a tatr attaadaaee at
stadsala, and A aresaaot df aauy
taore'te came, Tie report that than
tUI he ae eckoot at taeCaUege
Oat year was kt trae-i Father Caddy
ialeraw nr that he. expocU a big at-
r etadeats. later ea la tbe
Our city is still improving, not
withstanding the hard times. There
are seTen or eight new buildiues
nesrin completion at present and
they arc all good substantial build.
Ings and i credit to tbe city.
Ignorance of tbe merits of
Witt's Utile tarlv Risers is a mis
fortune. These little pills regulate
the liver,, cure headache, dyspeitsia.
bed breath, constipation and billious-
aess. X Ben Miller, Druggist
So.ne thieves broke iuto the de
pot at Delta last Sunday night
roulil not onen Iho safe. They alwi
broketuto the lunch staud kept by
sou of Geo. Wilson and atole -a great
De Witt's- Witch Hazel Salve euro:
piles. De.Witt' .Witch Hjrel tslvH
cures burns. DcWitl's Wiutf -flaw
Salve cures sores DeWiit's 'Witch
Ilasol. Salve cures ulcers, ''.k uc'u'
Xliller, Druggist. .
Ia. a 8eech tea jurv-rvsterdny
ia Justice Kimmel's Court, John A
Mulder aid that his m Jt'ier .'. hid
I ways taught him that the. grcai vrt
sin a man could commit was to strjke
woman or a cripple. John was
well raised, but bis mother evidently
hade very little acquaintance will
cripples Most cripples are crauks
aud, ft is st-me times necessary tor de-
cent people, to strike these crippled
cranks just to let them know lhai
fhey are cranks.
See those $3 00 all wool cheviot
suits for bovs at The lice,
The lecture of I .eon J. Alliert de
livered In the Masonic Hall Inst night
to the members of Cape Lodge A. O
V. W, was splendid. Mr. Albert
showed that he bad given fire, subject
much thought. He pointed out the.
maay.adrautage8 of this order as
safeguard to tt)e homc. circ'fe .W -Vil
as.a-aocial and brothlirly ordfr. vl'e
ileetnre from begin4il? to .'end Jn i
The streets lesdinp out to
roads thai lead to the city, need
pairing badly. Sprigg -street from
Good Hope street south to the toll
gateds is in such condition that it is
almost impassable for loaded wagons,
andlhat portion oi tbe Bloomfield
gravel road in the city limits ia just
as bath Fat men say that If the city
does not have these streets repaired
tbey will quit coming to the city to" dp
If 4ou can afford to bo annoyed
by sick headache and constipation.
A Glowing Picture of.
c- Southeast AI1&
Speech Delivered at the World'a
'. lair by Hox Louis Houck,
Surrounded, as we are,; by. the
cuUurallv considered, (he Soulueast Is
Ue richest seetioa ot the State. ; The
upper portion of the so-cUd St
Francis basin lies ia Soutaeest Mis
souri, and this St Francis bastir I the
greatest inland alluvial region round
en tbe globe, l ou au nave neani or
the Missouri River bottoms? A Mis
souri River bottom farm is a synonym
for wealth.. Estimating the average
width of the Missouri River aliovial
bottom at three miles, we claim that
we have more arable and cultivable
alluvial and bettoMjaad in Southeast
rhavc b? tiling you to
'nAiVratea K. J. O. f
VtaonKn IflB.tt vita cr a id hrat or nan.
-vice fp--the-' meaioVrioftlie order. r , ... , "":''. "' " '
v - rf flmi I s!ll br at your noma return.
Such lectures an calculated to do
much good tor tliecn'uRo of tbe noble
order of A. O. K -W.
Cash buvs-a bi,pile of shoes
these davs at Ilaman's.
Thefublie School has an enroll
ment of about 400 at present and its
numbers, are constantly ..increasing.
STeinbrdhct4'hHn.ell about 600
Darrels of -flour this -iho'ruing per
steamer John Iv. Speed. '
You can be led into temptation
to buy at llamau's without . loss or
evil effect. ' -' ? - ": r
tto Holm and wife left" this
morning for the World's Fair. They
will 8end about two weeks in Chi
See our large line of reed and
upholstered rockers. A. Waltheb.
Clem Liudemann and Son ,was
awarded the contract for repairing the
Court House. at Greenville, Wayne
couutv. ;.- ' . ' -
' B. F. Speak -hss returned, home
from Fayetteville, Arkansas," and be
will probably remain 'at home with
Lawa' chair and settee's at A
Walthers. r? ,"-7r--y'
At the Lincoln Insvitute',- in; this
city, there are about' 165 pupils en
Bar the Young A mcriia school
shpe. vbr the little One at The Bee
hoc.&tpre. . -. , ' . ,:-
'fi..' W.-Russell, J DoVle- aiid
Wm. Paar were, appointed at the last
term- of. the Circuit Court to attend
to the distribution of the estate of the
late Jobn ranter deceased.'. .
t.yWig bedsat A. Walthers.
Capt Ed. Gray aud . wife have
irioVed t Chicago and will make that
'-Tbe Bee has -tbe best and largest
line, el cnudreus scuooi snoes in iuf
city. j . ' i i
iTcnry Angus, John Mallcy and
Chsricraud JCdward Dndur,' vbo
raised or.-mcmi ( last winierin
Adam FraA'srSaipoaiLailed to appear
loe-wrikl at (be last, term ot Circuit
Ceurr'inS'thV JodgVaeHatW their
bonds forfeited. - -. -. -.
We have a large line if Werd-robe.tEriws-that'
iOi' ' A Wawukk.
tulM VoIP how la It rat.
-'J T T
cfiua. Dr. Spotted Wolf is an iutelh-
gent man aad he handles some won
shoe at Hainan's. -
doi't use De Will's Little Early Risors fleetest display of. the centurj the
fcr these little pills will cure them. I. greaieai exniouion of .bumtn progrew
Ben Miller, Druggist. .t de'r--we . have good reason
Since the street ears run oblyI,big :WnpeUde of rivals by
one way arouno town peopie noiuiujj w own common weaita. m
in tbe south aud southwest part off ';-But while nlled" Mia Just exulla-
the city have their choice of walking Hon "' raniyg dtoplay made by
to and trom borne or rmiugau arouna
town to get home and., most of them
are walking. It was all right tq run
the cars all one way while there, were
three ears on the track. but now hcr
arc but two cars riiuniuj. yn
service is no- t gdul. Kv-erylxbri
would 4ike to patriMriA'-'the
ctrs but they caunot attoru to
hs,lf an ' hiHiriioM'iear and 1her r
tob short r .t-Jirfr: aVtM'.3w&i)
Conipauy will have 'lit .iii.Kp-S i'-1ii!Hg
er loose ajiwue sliC'.' of its income.
we could uotimpnn-e tMD.tnn-
ii pnni-rKmuie- incpTtt'f5.
iijicu iiazci onive jnc nnLnrr L uu.m n..ii.i.
, exjrienre can luc rJ g
nioucy can buy: L Beu Miller. Drag zZisFEhL.
State, in .every department -we
naro.reasoM ro emit Ja tbe eredit
ich this" exhibition nlteetaaooii
m non crt-rl'r-;" out should
Mt in the houur aud glorr it
611 liuierell timaChicagq.
aa is'-Thl Uii-lrTar niir-
s lliiex!iniiien .tif.'What
inieEriias au-puiuli.-heU in
ot agc.4 HI ITv'rftihs
rjait- iijj-Ji. r. n,"a f,-w
lBfinwiO1 jS--".!!!.,! .
lieWnr' if vaU,.initirk,Tb.
.raaai'ii&VqT jt,9 oturiiiaiw.
Jtssfcnaugr tote M!WlvertVvetiiug
viihout tiiniult.KTrhoiitfBteriler ami
McM irit ion truly
matins i he irrrat.
uUers is, that this unpre-
Good loo'kstjarb more thit skiit,
leep depending upon a healthy roi
litton of all tlie vilnf orgaus.' ft I hi,
Liver be 'nactive. you have a llilloit
Look, if your sto'ijiaoh be iliwinlcrcd
ou have a Dvspcptic Look and il
your Kidney be affected yon have
llncbed Lmik. Secure gitod heal III
and you will have good looks. Eler
trirt Bitters is the great alternative
aud Tonic acts directly on these vital I kindled" their - nmriiing or
organs. Cures I'unples, Blotches.
Boils ami gives a gool coiuplection.
.Sold at WITsou's Drugstore, 50 cents
"per bottle. ,
Shtn'ny UTat yoar hriiiPshaM crjrbaraj
WIicn tbe a;4tirnu of co aball rer by;
Snug to bat oue Siiit July tbre.
How glad I arooM be to-know that yrm an
Fraed rmm all a tirulsii, traahlp a.i4 ears,
Ma.1i to -rrjolce, happy a-i-l'lroo.
ra lovluir bat oue aud only thee. .
Toor m02tui eate aScf tiirrtotiiri- To!d of piri-V
lii-cht hide yoar faolta.-tl' fault yoa oad to bide
to yoar share tiom? fuja-ili error lall,
look opo:i your face would bid them all.'
- ? Ajas :
THE KfXT MORrtiNQ I rtCL BRIGHT Hf
:-.tv AND MY COMi-XeXiON 13 OtfTtR.
Jlv .I vt.r . f . It mil on I 1m Mmw&. H-fv
Ad .-.ff.-rL-d laa ttUM it la-ull-rou Tbia driDk ia
trad.- t . Ji b-Tt-e. acd ii pttrpkAU foratemaaauM
Farallr Urdk-l-i--. the k--.--rrI.eMa
4ar. In on). rwt-M lir-mltbv.tliUi.iMjru-wrT. Addii-aa,;
There cani'neiir being a riot on
the Levee Thursday at noon. The
steamer' John K. Speed . was tied up
our wharf lakiag on wheat When
she got ready to leave about twenty
tho colored musters struck for
higher wages. The officers refused to
accede to their demands and rang her
bell to leave. ' Tim ronsters stood on
the wharf and refined to allow the
boat to untie. The mate cams oat
with a revolver in each hand anil
swore he would' kill the nigger that
interfered with thamau who was. tu
let go." The strikers pounced upon
the mate downed him and took
the two guns away irm him. Five
or six shots were fired but nobody
was hurt. Hie boat .finally got away
and the strikers were left in this. city.
Mike. Miggins was he only officer on
the Levee at the time Ofjhedistur-
aacc but he was owcrlss.to do aoy-
- . i. .... i i. t
t1! 3 S" mo prca
ully accouiflihel by tbe.peo;lc the
public spirited' peo'plc of this eitv
huse hisloty. .dues not date back !
. i imnniurtuin!
: IMPERIAL ClfU.'AfiO. .
Here 'ouly yeslertlav Was a wide.
.!iiiity and swampy prairie lasluggisb
lrraiu- bordered 1y - high waving
praivie.-f rass a -wide aoit dcaolate
lake rolling its restless waves agaitetl-k,
i sun ami sueni snore nereouiy
now and then . w.tuderiug - savages
even id g-
tires, or an. adventurous hunter pad
lled' hi canoe' over the water in;
cfcnea of solitude. To-ilay . what : a
r,iiilriiiauiui? Tu-day u hat a scene?
A'liat a les'on, of American edter
lijie and awiniui;dies not tbia great
cily furnish, proudly raising its many,
ton ers, where all was waste aud silent
yesterday. ."The ships, witb their
prows resiitig agint.lie Jieuses tbe
trains rushing over nictal roads from
every directi'iu 16 this great lieuii're r
the vast traffic in these streetsthe
ictive, progressive and enlcrprlsing
itoptiiaitsu on uuMness intern the
rolling hum ot two millions ot xp'u-
l.-ition the countless lactones, mer-
aulilc einiroriuios, counting houses
-tnd palsrinl .and princely residences
UI sprung-im hfre in a little more
than the"hiir span of a hiimau lite,
to the: .rcflectivo mind present"-'
speclable more wonderful than this
exhibition ilsejf th&eraorcseem-o ot
ihe enterprise, public spirji-ahd ad-
reiyuirous uanug oi. inirveiuua and
iinpenal'Chicago. .'; r"'!i
muholki tak'.XKV STiSK."Ti '.;
-And. in' the honor aud fame" that
thi,r exhibition must lor .all time re
iootiUHph Ihe pa me of ChicagrMis
4orUns.sincerely. rejoice." We daun
part ,ol the glory. - For to this exbi'-.
ictna.-we coutributed uur rull-sbere.
Xiif- 'chtcrprise advancing the inter
ests of the ' great valley Stalta'flfost
Always :etlist our largest sympathy.
Situated , -in, l he centre df the" great
vU(s)-.i-reoiiiic ting t he north, and the
southiinJin togLthsr" I h'lhrfliest
tornis the true key stoue of the
Union. And Jn tlte fXtepl,.P,f its
natural resources Missouri is certainly
an. empire and Sou'tu'easf idfssuri
a fcectiou'on behalf ot'Wiuch J am to
vav a few words so far as natural re
sources and advantages ar& concern
ed, may well be ;oiijsjlcrcd as an
Cllipiio 111 liun cmliik .. (
UMCtlVBTiK Of 80UTnEASTMfeOCKI.
!lu.lbi6 exhibition we have ni.vle an
etfuvt to convey, some sort of an im
pression of our- natural advantages.
our .resource and wealth. But at best
if can fonly be" an; effort. Kmbraciug
the son theasferu port iqn of the State,
and about one-nnb ot Ihe territorial
of the dials', Southeast Missouri
possesses within its limit a portion of
ihe unrivaled iruit belt -of Ihe Uzark
1'ratean. - In our section is found the
greatest -lead district of, the world.
e hirro vast - iton - deposits zinc
cobalt .'. and - silver - mines, granite
jgui tries. I d t he past ou r. great nat u rid
wealth bas been Jttlle appreciated.
Only recent Iv it -begins to be under-
Mood thst the Southeast is the ricliest
tas it is the most prosierous section
Mf tbe.rState. We have gained more
rapidly in population- and in wealth
than any-other section of the State as
ttrFnut reoort of Commissioner Hall
sotwiJMitljr demonstrates. , In times
JfBt-mhe11 was said about therreat
iriMVAieauiAin ipeaiea id our quarter
ot'f he State. But the great lead d is-
ixijit pn Flat Itjver uueualed in tho
r--lea-eeBBjWB: -a-ie ns
' --Sheriff Randot- arrested two men
hand 5 won)aear Jackson fast Tuos-
day who were wanted up m rerrj
count? tor bone stcallag. Tbe Sheriff
of Perry county camS down Wednes
day and took the prisoaei back to
PiyriUe,;:; ..'.. ...riis.. '
Whea t waat jreod- reliable
dotting or shoes for boys, roe mast
go lo The Bee, . Tbey make a apciaJy
eiuesegoooa. - . ....
- The Mississippi Hirer, has a vary
tear stage at wa4 it preaeat The
steamer Joha K. Speed Tefl St Louis
last Saaday tabrning aad arrived here
tbis aioniiag. being five days makiag
a distaaee of lM-atUea. She was a
1 - x eu n wm
'vWafcirh.""Uv. - .
Thb Bust Salvb in Ihe .world for
Cuts. .Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, SaW
BbniuWTever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
v- .. L .rJ..jj;.iiiiJ
ands. LbilDiaras, corns, smrni-eiiu
Eruptions, and positively cures. Pile
or no pay required. . It is guaranteed
to give satisfaftion. o r money refunded
Price 35 eenta per box, For sale at
Wilson's Drug Sloro
EJat ef Nail ,
la V pMS
Case Glrsrliaa. sovnty ef io Uirara.
at air-- or .sua s
atephea Browa, e'aaob Cordetr, - -
Carrie Otti. ' Wni Grabaa, t,
Tboeaaa Lertw, Boaa Swsnat.
PenoaaeaUlnc for any of taa aaora unm
eiUfleaee say 'Adrertlied," grriac eateoX;
this Hat. It eot tailed tar wlthia
they wW be tent ta the UeW tetter oaes
ir ihi aatej -
b roega aa4 pirnpl, ordered wttw
blotches aad sores, and yon .warn
eleaa. smooth skia and fair icomplei
tiea, ase Salphar Qiuera,- The tx
medicine ia each cases I ever sol
rests- . r. c
it asouri than ia fouud in the Miasnu
Viilley . from . the mouth of Ihe Mi
souri to Kansas City. That la to say,
taking tbe distance trom tie inouth-of
tbe Missoori to Kansas City to be 50
miles you bave 1,050 square miles 01.
bottomland along tbe Missouri River.
ur ew.uuv acres, we bave m south
east Missouri very nearly 4,000 square
mile of alluvial bottom land.approxi-
matelv 200, 8W acres of Ibe ric best
land on earth. Ia other words we
have more alluvial soil in our section
than is found on the MississtoDt from
$ape Girardeau to St. Pauk More
sluvial land than is found oa the
Ohio from Cairo to Pittsburg. . ,
- THB 81. FKAVCors BASIif .
Eutire eonuties. in our section are
caned out ot this great alluvial St
Francis basin. ' EVcrrl -dy that wi!
work can s-smrc - a b'g' alluvia farm
in aojthtMei Misxourt. as good aa any
I the Mi.mi Il'ver bottom and ore
tela thai will mil ." -sh away, but re
niaiu 10 euri. I. him and' his family tor
ever.' To give you au idea of-this
great alluvial district; Imagine- yeuj"
elf traveling wuli me to BloomBeld-
(lie county seat ot Stoddard county
aUtiig tlwjm-callert inllitary road lead
ing Irom Cape Girardeau into Arkan
sas. Within ' ten' miles ot Bloomfield
you apritoni-h a bilk an oollyiug spnr
of Cruwli-y' It'ulge, looming up 40b
or 500 feet over tbe surrounding low
lauds. Ilia wsgnn road leads up
gradually aud finally you reach the
summit It is a gravel hill, a led is
railed Gravel hill. It la conical. and
looms up likes sentinel, projoctiiuf it
self in' the .low binds at its base,
lookiug west below lies Castor YaU
ley aud boyond seven miles"away jrou
see the Stoddard eouuty ctturt house
and churchsteeineSkpeeping over the
rees.- But-, turn- .to. tbe east and
south. - Before you lies a vast sea
-of forest, far as the eve" can' reach
and disappearing in: the horizon.
You gnze over -counties ot Pem
iscot, Xew Madrid. Dunkliu, Mi-
siMuppi, -''.1. id,- pa.-tcrn portion ot
stodiiart and Ihe eoutb part of Bol
linger and C.i Kirardeau. To the
eye the couutry appears tike a waving
aud nu broken forest Man seems to
have made no tiiark in the terntory
tbe whole appears a primeval wilder
ness. It i a bright October dav, no
t-loud ou tbe iky, tbe .leaves just turn-
ui with fr. of Antumn, .the wind
j blowing gen tlv from the south.. No
cloud did I sat I U.it see ou the far
suiiihcast horizon a little faint cloud
arises, moving" up higher and higher,
another ami another following it. It
mull be smoke from some steam boat
on tbe MisMs-i'iim lUver at Csruthers-
riilc or Cotton Wood I'oint, in l'ein-
I ot couuiy, passing up or down the,
.River 8-J miles away. : But scan Ibe
horizon critical', r llern is another
cloud farther to the north, another
boat iierhaps near Poiut l'leasaut or
New Madaid 60 miles -sway. Yea bev
come interested and look toward tbe
east towards;. Cairo and sure enough
ever and anon-you we black clouds
of smoke rise in Ibe air floating away
and disappear, and Cairo ia -46 miles
awa).' And toward..; Cojame'rce, 30
miles away, you also see" evidences of
(Missing boats. - with -your eye ypM
Irave ira-reld tbe distant borders of
the upper portion of the greatest in
laiid alluvial district of the SrnrinV
Toiti" Vour airy pinnacle the "smok.-
of passing river boats; bas .enabled
you to follow the eastern m'argiA -of
the Southeast for 200' miles; A dis
trict marvelous in. tfalural agrjcultul
wcjurn' .aud umoue m Its Position in
tie renapCrate xouC hi the liter or of a
urea! eonliuent ; You cu find igreat--or
alluvial basins forming the eststarics
of Jtrpat rivers, the ' Aftsioo ' tbe
1 . - . 1 1, 1 . . ... 1 -
vsaugca, iuo . oranHMtioira. .or , 10c
1 aniftaek tatuf . . But no w here-tn tbe
world,. In tlw- temporaie-gone; Jis'the
interior of f'iteii, continent and snr-
ounded by the advantages of-" Wghly
civilized crriimiBltV can ano'tlrer. at
Inviai irgfen be found as foriaad'
a ricb.as;tlie riwlrbail, u$ai
wtiirb ibe npter iiud most impprtenl
portion -lies -ia Southeast ' Missouri.
' IX cosoujgiox. '
we, therefore, confidently claim that
we bave more aad richer . land la
Southeast Missouri than can be found
any where iu the Slate. We do not
shrink comparison ia the aggregate
with auy section and we are begin
ning to understand that all 1 bat is
needed is to advertise our section of
Ihe State in order fo- secure its just
recognition. To a limited extent we
have endeavored to bring .to public
notice our vast jand generally Bnap-
preclated resources. . ,- .',' .'.,,' u
m a 1 r . j
, Wan ta. Tor Bate, Lost, Etc. '-'
Notlsee Iheerted BeaWtafa'bBad Dot aiemd
ins n Uoes for. tea eeala. ;'
VATEI-rTnt irlrt tfdo erKenl boaee
wora. audit at taia
thing wiUi.sucha: large ctyfX-ol tid was oolknoivfl.Aud yet from the
nV.. " 'j4li Wa0"3 Si.aettleinent ef Missouri oar lead
" " isi4"f- -. 'UistiS'ct attracted great aMrtifoj. The
Utaafik section of the Southeast ' full
ftp vtMereloped aiiaeral weelthl Indi-
caastu vLHue. cej lii ere- iwuuu iu
cuurvu-lndications that else
lero woiild lead to thoroagh explora-
'Jfsja, 'Jfor h the laud unproductive,
tteitli . . cb'vered wlth;m'agniff
'cot tonS'6'oak ''aud")iic; The
olimate -a. glitiial,.- Tbe scenery de
lights 'the eye. - Along the' base of
soarfng. Knobs, over beds ;of gravel.
pusb our jrausparent aud translucent
streaihsl ' Great springs come out
(seuatbe foot of many hills. Greer
that we were selbno; the 1est-stae$ trgx
-: , - .. f. --.'. ,'v , .?A.5rcjj aim: wai
-' 11 . "?' A' -r "-it-T 1 J I
it -ill thtt umefiow the world knows and you may bcw
: -ure whett i advertise there a spjrietiun m Jf."' .r j?
' We'sell ;Hanit!t6n Brown Shoe' Comy's.-jJtr.vs-Think
of it, world beaters. " : " " r '""
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Special Drives in 'ti&-Gnte-'4wZ
'i'lMM T S-1!B aaaMei.
POJi 'avJST- e
-V" --: s.-i w.JV2!'ivi afisavt- adUkat:
ttegCALL ANIX SEE 01JR;STO(MfcrS5r-
.... . r:: mollis a. varaessiB,
Cor. Broadway and gpiigsrt-
T6 the Fathei
'.'. -uTy:ir Lvrz' 'v-
"' '-- t"T- :i': ?';-js
I flcliool wUl sbon opeii and tlie LittlQ -
WASTEI-To parehaee a ybanir doa- sTroot
one month old. ret terrier DRferred. Ad-
dnaa U, IMaocaar. .
mi a A f.K OB run BKVT A tiro-atorr
F brink koaee' iDeelraMe loeaUoa. - For
Amber partlealare apply to Mra. Joke Berry,
FOB RETCTSerraaltanod farm aeartbe eny
of Cap ttiraroeM.t . fat fartker iafonaaUoa
apply to 6. T Lewie-, -agent for Loaia Hoacb.
Oiaerdaje Wodeeadays aad SitoxdaTe.
ACUAXCKforhnnere, we ban aomeSne
are bred BaUoalTea for eale sbeap or will
take in exebaun eon. wbeator oata. Hol-
atsia Dairy. - :- .- . lwd laiw.
Th-OB 8 ALB-t bam MrM(Oo4 work atdleeaed
17 two rood brood marue witb eolli, and 1 want
Se-eell eltber tbe moles or the maree,' rot
eruralereeil aaa aeo Bnat.nyienv "
ISaarabjIMeaada. . Ai-;0ai.
J aha U Wilier is sole agent for this
rare- and fathoms article. -Tweilyi
t . a. .. 1 . " I
. " JcwtieadrlB--tw dollars per" bottle
Siirings in Oregon coooty flowing out
ei sue oase 01 a grearuxarK tun, w uu
roar audible -tar awav. rifes Eleven
Point Jftter its . greatest .voiutne..: IB j
lact tt is a snworauteeui: aiFawni
seels the daylight there; To state U
brieflr' we bave in our -Tavored sec
tion' Iron, lesil, 'cobalt, 'copper and
silver (now- however at a discount in
tkisouDtry) mine of granite, sand
stone, time stone of every:- variety,
marble of every bneand onyx rivaling
pun or Mexico ia beauty. .. ..-
Vr ABBLTOBAI. 'WMAXxtf
.' WUboiA the ajristaaee, 6 at anr
le. wltLdol.y :the UtaUe4 aaiietgBee
ef toreirn, eepiuu, we oave n
river tbaj" !
Uy-ry department tbe boqthe
east-aa "Jibe rail v, eoiotL Wa
ea traty eUin4hat jn tineral wealth
:te,ptfoal aad excebmany of tne atla.
erattaeri althougb" oqr mfues are
o jwir. uevejopco. uur imbev t
wealth is asreat"aaf ibat ! - - '
tfM 8(1(nbcr fltat Out axrtr l
fartber peitieal art call o Jtta lu. MiUer
fpop BEIfT tnre good roonw la
M. jjt a bwlMleil eweeawnuy
laiaflKB IXDGE HO Ml.etr.
1 ooaTeauuiiieiul J meye;iii um
I ll.ll iMthin) Sner of StnrrtlTant Back
I baltdlas. vwtliMr KdItv Wfficoraeu
tf.-W. Jcbcs.C C. ,
r w ar-r 1 1 aa- a m 1 w..
aaagiir 1 l- -i 1 in 1 . .. v- 1
weatta-pwrCT-s-ai.i ar.l llil . Ii a I
a( n aflH fllfaj m aW I 9 9 am -aTl IB- I
el -"- aasaaa I SB IBB WB, a . J 111 W . IHI A
.-. . lAnrv"
2: -. ... . .. r
W e ai?
cheapest 'line, School ait9 ana.: mw&H
ever brought to this clt rCalPWMt let u,
show you our goods. . it 111 cost ou.
nothiug to look. ..: - . 4 , . v ,a. .
;Tl8 .Eee: ,5tc5e.;Co. . ..
BR EVERS 0 F:S JAN QAR D LAGER ' B EER
A. BTJEDIGER, Pree, .. . . . ' .
W.-PEUERBACIIER, VIca Prea.
A;J. LAG, 8ecy.
ll F. KLOSTfcttMArX, Tteaa.
OTTO HAJfSX, Geal Agent
A. BUEDIGIB.. ' . .
F. W. FEUEBBAHEa .
A. J. LAHG.
Lw F. XLOSTERMAKX.
, H, P. PIEK0S5ET,
m jj --?r?Mi 1 ' I
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7 ''' awsaa r
If J ;B
FINE TINTING AND
SiaN PAI1TTI1TG OF AIL EHTSS.
N. W. Corner Main and Broadway, '
- -.-'-'. . aa
ana ' '
togisl Stoci, .Latest jlyimz
it. .. W
WABpaoBS: ' BOOk'tASlS
iorncrj Js rond way
bifUre IrMT can at uaz sraiuaw
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