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rramsoa (Louis, U Tiitiling reUliTe ia thi ciiy. uuw days lbt kiud of businew
SATOltDAY KOBSpffJf The b iw attached toSt.Avifs catch the suckers s It used to.
IdelireiT wajrosj ran away tnis mora-1 in ere will be three ticittris in iac
lag and llie wagon was badly smash-' field for couuty offices at tbe pest
ed op. I November election a Republican
at nauian a.
BEN H. ADAMS.
. ' SBvsauraox bates. '
Wen? ana yearrr.
' three RBanlaf .
InvariaNf im Mtttm.
Tlrt 'stink wagon made a -trip
aronnd town to-day. This is one en
terprise that by tbe grace of God and
the-votes of fie two coiincilineu from
the Third Ward does not cost the
tax-payers any of their hard-earned
Felt slippers for ladies and
children at Hainan's
Whiskers seem to be tbe tad now
Z . 1 Jmr... wm.vui WllU UU.IUCSS ail tcr IUD CUUU-
..KpaMair, Batten o uioriainn ssoenti.trv, and we notice that sOtne of our
mi una. aca inMrtioB. ... . ,
. . lcituen have "caught on.
j whiskers are (he latest fashion,
Vt& vUitMesl IrmMm
9 lor one zOL.O -
' an, yrax. ....... . kVi.
fraSreEnBteicoioiaa, throe irciUi.,....
' V - Biv raouths.v.....
' oa Tr
nt hatrtBa, three monthe.........
. . . tfix mo'itiu -
0JW mTCAA, wtm month
iGMaOrf-ndnzia Hade In the Bt
The liost on."
The regular term nfliieCoubly
Court will convene nckt Monday.
(icnniue beeswax candles al
The School Board iriol Saturday
liight and allowed the teachers their
Call at the "ficm Shoe Store" on
ftroalwar and seq tliote Keindcrr
kiu '(hoes. W.Tf.lIuterNa proprietor
A good fit goarauteed.
The pnssenjter business ttu the
St. Ixui. Cape (tirardeao and Poit
Smith railroal is pirkiug up notwitli-(-!andiug
the hard times-.
Von can pet line liriik and
iimbcrgef cheese at "The lio-lou.'
The flosling ire in the river is
Ifotting thinner and lsiiilioal men
tiiiuk ravigaliou nil) wn be open. "
tt"C. r. C. I frtHiK Chill Cnro
fanot Lfac lct r.-mcdy you have
ir Mkcd for t'liilln iMtd E'rvcr
ror.r innf ir:.1 lc i-cnittiTrd.
("Icnaant .o luke. Laricc bottles
I are not pretty but they
ivc a man
the appearance of a man of push.
"C. C. C. rrtain Cn r.nrt"
t Pmtn-fcf nrn. rurts, bmiioho.
moli'M nnl ra!loitv-. V:irn:;i
tcd. lint C :.". I blwn
u evtT' bottle T no oiJut.
For sale by W. II. Coer-er, driijj;is
A Cit-liortt loaded with rord
woo.l pns-oil flown the river this
morning. 'J'hc-C wre two mcu ort
the b-iat and tliey orked hafd t try
to land fit nur whnrf b'lt tlieV Could
not get tlirmij!li the ice that was
floating near the bauk.
Vi. II. Medlev who 1iS5 bwn run-
Til MjfiYLju has.
Isralil. hum, bruises, skin alu rlioui
I and pilei. 1. Ben Miller, Druit.
-Thi is par day at the paint mills.
The pay roll ot this' enterprise is
ijuile a targe sum ot Bioliey aud every
eeut of it is expendfd here iu the
city. . If we had a dozen factories in
this town giving eiuployiueut to a
like number of baud, business would
be lively And there would be more
money in circulation than we bow
uing a licr.lick lo mi l from fhe rail-1 have.
road depot for seven year, is winding er.iiM not j.-nrirove tliequalily
I'opUllst ticket The Republicaus
will hold the winning haud.
All that honesty, experience and
skill can do to produce a perfect pill
has been employed in making I)c
Witt's Little Karly KUers. The result
is a specigc tor sick headache, billions
ness and constipation. L lien Miller,
Lost, iu the city of Cape Girar
deau or on the Jackson Gravd road,
a large red leather" pocket book
.... ...?-. J.. I there no secret place on the f ol
warded by returning toe pocket-book Where charitv dwcllcth: where Tirtus
to Sheriff Rindol or Icaviuir it at this has birth.
:,.. I Where bosoms iu merer aud kindness
I will heave.
All tun talk in the world will not I Whern !! i.....r nn.l Hie wrrliPil
mnvinre you so quickly a mie trial I nhall ak and n-i-eivr!
ot DeH ills Wilcli Hazel 'dv for 4 there no place at nil, where a knock
rrntii the fMior
Will brinir a kind angid to open the
Will tb 4yTrte Tram tmmmt
4ys or mtamrj, and caisbl hiaU wS
Mnw n wish. Tbsyansi t
cmaa tbe fa' to anlnrtlat and anf
isa taa Mf, a;tve fceoa aaactttet and
avd aetld maaele. Elexaatljr aacar
caatva. tVica. Sjets. yr aaa. .
For sale bv W. II. Coerver, druggi t
- We notircd some rows running
ki large on the slreeU yesterday in
Violation of llie stork law.
Try our inackrel. They are frift
it -The Hostou," oppusita the post
-There is considerable sickucs iu
and about the city, but it Is mostly
tif a mild nature, and our doctors
lire not getting mm h cut of it.
You should not fail to see tliatn
(eiicut -Bear skin Slim;" old by W
Z I Inters at the Hie in blue Store"
ji MroaJway. ' A perfect lit, allow
yriees. ' j
The Ncw-;u murder rac will
r-oine uu f r trial anii on me -in
;'v of Februarys and our New
rid f.ieuda will all come up to spend
r'.rMinT week with us.
up his business lo-dny prepiralofy to
giving up 'lie job. He will quit to
morrow, and he inform? m that he
will move to Ji-kson next ni'ir.tk
Mr. Meillev is a good in in an 1 we re- I
gfel to have him move vy.
Try a pair ot ! Lillian's atorm ru't-
I b?r J.-rey top djece lined lor to1 J
The Nonnil bad a boom thi
irtofrniiig. Over forty new pupils eu
rolled. They conr; from dozen or
more comities of Southea--l VUs mi-i.
The Xormil elinpcl looked fuller this
moruiug than lur a long time. These
are hard times but under the present
administration the oriu:tl is holding
its own and tm-ressing iu the at
tendance ofstiideuls Thrill along.
if paid double the price. lv Win's
Witch ilaz.d Salve is the best Salve
that experience can produce, or that
money cau buy. L lieu Miller, Lrag
gisl. Candidates for ofiiee arc heirin-
uin to -I'uko linuda with the people
alroa !y aud by the time the blue
birds arrive iu the gentle opring time
they will be tipping I heir hats to
every man they meet. I'ulitsucj
won't with ti (his ve.r.
Oae word descrives it "peifcr
tiim." We refer to IeVill's Witch
i!.i7.ol Salve, cures obstiuate sores.
li!ru skiu iliseases and i a well
kti'fttu cttra for piles. L lie Miller
.fudge Albert informs us lhat
when his lime expires -is Presiding
Judge of the coimtv roiirt he wi!l re-;
lire to private lite iu other words, !
he will not be a vasdid.ite lor rc-tiec- j
lion. Judge Albert is a "ood man
Corbel t says H nUn can't figlil
n 111. . full cl.. ....... I. V..lt if ll.ncn
, , , . .. ' and his parlv will find it bard to lind
good old Itf!iio:-ralic times continue I . . . .
much longer wo u ill all be iu lighting
for everv ladv at
Ilou. Thomas Powers of the
Fourth Ward has had a pavement
nude iu front of bis property on
Mad-j Mcrriwcther street.
Our r.as! dealers have a supply of
a man who can nuke the race that he
If yon c!".n afford lo lie .tniiujed
by sick hc:id:ic!ie nil. I roust ijial ion.
dou'l use De Witt's Little Karly Risers
for these lit lie pills will cure tticiii. I
Ueu Miller, Druggist.
A cotivt'di-n.n: .Why do some
men spend a dollar tr. atiug a CJowlt
at a bar, aud think uoiliiug of it, and
coal on hau l to last them fur two or kick like blazes about expeuding the
lien. II. WlUOn; ropriclnr of the
?t. Charls lintel, has ordered a liuo
carriage for the hotel which will be
run to carry, free of charge, putrous
of the St. Charles to and from the
fa'l road dctot.
Uuv your gaule serfs at fcThc
. They hr a creamery up in
l'crry county that Is paying invest'
siieut. Why can't wc lwve a like c;i
tcrprise here? We have 'Jl
"necefsarv for urh an ente" " pili
(ho energy an culorpris! Iu our peo
The noston groeerv store. .1. F.
:-jslnveiWcr. Prop, buvs all kinds of
Prof. Vaudivcr, President of the
"Normal Faculty, delivered an address-
In the five graduates of the public
school at the public school building
(onlay. The professor is a good
lalker sad he gave the graduates and
aim tbe children of the public school
conic good advice.
Iluy your Ixsntcu groceries from
.1. F. Schwepker, proprietor of -The
iltwtoa" grocery stoarc.
One of these days before long wc
v ill publish a dead-beat list of people
who have done us up lor various
sums and some of the little starched
oiTiar dudes will And their names in
the list. We win not publish the
names to hart feelings but to warn
jior.pla to keep their hands off of
fhiMO who never pay their debts.
Oranges, banannas, lemons, nuts
and candies at "Tbe Boston."
Let us predict that there will be
snreral miles more railroads iu South
east Missouri in January, 1895 than
tuore are in' January, 1891. Hard
times cannot hold hack a cooutry
that Kature. has provided for -like
Southeast Missouri has been provided
for. We have here the soil, the min
eral wealth and tbe climate to make
ns great, and all hell and tbe Dem
ocrats too cannot hold us back much
Female lawyers ought to be com
pelled b special legislation to affix
Mrs. er Miss to their shingle, in order
to avoid the occurrence of such em
barrassing mistakes as befell a Nevada
tramp, who according to an Elko
pa er, tapped at the door of a lawyer
aud asked the trim, graceful yonng
woman who opened the door if she
would kindly ask the lawyer if he
had a pair of pants he was willing to
give away. "Pin the lawyer," replied
the pretty aud graceful young lady,
'j he tramp falutcd. '
TIT USD AY
For Sale A , good road cart.
Will sell cheap for cash or trade fur
corn. Apply at this office.
IT yumr ss-sio ia arone netfc
Ina.M tll retre tt more quickly
Hiaua "C C C, .Jrrtaia Chill
J ur." the (real Tonic sad
vKaarBlred l ire for C'ktlU aa4.
fever. Price SO cents.
i ff lc by W.1H. Ojnr v dnyyl
three weeks and by that time there
will he a riso in tin river sulhiicut lo
How the Imnsfer of coal cars.
. Polislir.s, l.ices, blsnkinr . aud
lir;iiic3 tli-j best ot Haiuaua shoe
Ou account of the stock law
nearly everybody in this city will di;
po-e of their cews between now and
spring lime. It is too expensive to
Keep a cow when the animal bis lo
be kept up.
Woolv and warm arc those lined
shoes at Hamau's.
father Soberer, of the Hamburg
ic church hai giveu the Cape
oundrv an order lor iron fencing to
fence iu the Hamburg church prop
erty. liildrrn Hkf to take " '. C C.
Ccrlain Chill 'urr," Use i!rnn
ant and Ritarnntrod cure lor
Fever, lc:ic id Miliaria.
Fcic 50 eta.
For a le by W. II. Cocrvcr, druggist
When a nilroad is built (roiu
Perryvillc to the river opposite Ches
ter and the Keuuctt road is extended
through Pemiscot county to the river
at Caruthcrsrille. there will be very
tew counties left in Southeast Mis.
soun without railroad outlet. These
roads will be built aud put iu opera
tion before the nest Fresidcut of the
United States is inaugurated.
Ovcrgattcrs at Hamau's shoe
Brother Talc is still drawing full
bouses to the Ilautisl Church, and we
understand that he is making iuroads
on some of the ether denominations.
One Catholic has jumped over the
feme and joined the ISaptist flock
since the Kev. Tate has becu holding
bis meetings here and some of the
black sheep iu other flocks are be
coming restless and waut to get out
of the company they have been keep
ing. Curo your corns by wearing tho
Seal skiu shoe sold at the "Gem Shoe
Store" ou Broadway by W. II, Ilutors
The horse case that was brought
on chaugc of venue from Jackson
was decided iu Judge Kiininel's court
yesterday iu favor of N. C. Frisscll
and against tbe city of Jackson.
Jackson has an ordiuauce prohibiting
horses from ruuuing at large on the
streets and from this grew the law
suit about the horse. Mr. FriaseU's
horse got loose and went to Jackson
where it was taken up, impounded
and sold by the city authorities. The
nan who bought the animal refused
to give it up and Mr. Frisscll brought
a replevin suit aud Justice Kimmel
gave him bis property.
We have in our office the claws
of the owl that swooped down npon
John Uider last Saturday night and
seriously, if uot fatally injured bis
Some of our subscribers are pay.
Ing up promptly, but we have some
who are not so prompt, and we must
again warn the delinquents that fbey
iwtt pay. -
j same amount for fifty -two numbers
of their home paper?
The 5t. 'J!l.if!cs and River View
Hotels are now both ?u!ieg fire
conveyances for tl'.e:r custoulei's.
Isuorancc of the merits of Dc
Wilt's Little Karlv llisers is a inis
f Drill ne. Thc-o little pills regulate
the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia,
bad breath, constipation and billioas
ness. I. Ben Miller, Druggist.
Joe llobbs, who has been playlug
with the Jefferson Ilarracks band for
nearly two year, returned hoiiie J cs
Iciday and will remaiu for some lime
Dan S. Brown, of St. Louis, is in j
the city. He has been here two or
thres days, looking alter his interests
here and at Iiron cwood.
Little vegetable health producers
DcWitt's Littlo Karly Kisers cure
malariotls disorders aud regulate the
stomach and bowels, which prevents
headache and dizziness. L Ben Miller,
The river is lower at present
than it has becu at auv time duriug
this Muter, and although tho Ice has
disSppe ircd the transfer boat is still
unable le get away from bcr moor
iugs ou account of the low water.
A sick livery horse fell on the
street last night in lront of the St.
Charles Hotel. The team hail just
arrived from Jackson, and the horse
that fell down in the harness was act
ing like he was sick when he left
Henry Koppcr was ont at Dutch-
town yesterday, and he saw the young
man who lost an eye Saturday night
bv au owl, an accouut of which was
published in these columus some
days ago. He says the young inau is
doin'r well under tho treatment of Dr.
Peters. His eye was not gouged out
as was stated, but it was badly in
jured aud tho cbauces arc that he'
will lose it.
DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures
piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
cures burns. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salvo cures sores DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cures Ulcers. L Ben
Ita Taa Lib BllaisriUT
If not, why do you remaiu in the
North when you cau ge South and
avoid the blizzards end live ith more
comfort. You cau be out In the sun
shine all tbe time and have green
vegetables from yoor garden every
day iu the winter. Fuel costs noth
ing. It costs less to live and there is
more pleasure in living every mouth
of the year along tbe line f the Mo
bile and Ohio Railroad than in tbe
North. Lands are very cheap. Now
is the time to Investigate, Write to
E. E. Posey, General Passenger Agent,
Ureal Bamie osrr.
Seud us the names and addresses of
three or more performers ou the piano
or organ, together with eight cents
in postage aud we will mail you one
copy Popituab Music Mothi,y, con
taining ten pieces, full sheet music,
consisting of popular songs, waltzes
marches, etc arranged for the piano
and organ. Address, Popular Music
Monthly, Indianaiiili. !uL.
(jo search the wide world wherever
llicreisno opctt door lor a moliev-
Gf-j louk in your hall, where the chan
Drive otr with its xplendor the dark
Be of night.
Where She rich hanging velvet iu
Sweeps racefuliy down with its
Iriiuiiiiu" of "old.
And tilt- piirrors ot silver take bp
In the l;!ig lighted vistas the wildcr-
Go there at the bamjuel nnd lind, H
ii can, .. j
A in Icoming eiuilc for a ui-.iucylcss
Go look iu your church, nilh.i.s
cliillil reai hlli'' spire.
Which takes from the suu his look of!
With its arches and columus so gor
Aud whfse walls seem its pure as a
soul niihtiiit siu.
Walk doirn the l.mir aisles, sec the
rich aud the re:.
In the pomp aud tbe pi hie of iheir
Walk down in yi.ur pstvlie- aud li rt
it uu call,
VHio opens a pew for s moneyless
Go look in the bank where Mammon
His hundred aud thousands of silver
Here safe from the reaeh of the
starving and poor.
LhJS pile upon pilv. of the glittering
Walk up lo the counter; oh, there yon
Till your li:n!s have grown old aud
vuiir hair has turned pray,
Aud you'll tiud at tho bank uot one
;f I'-r dsn
With miiccy to tcud to e. muKevlrss
Go look to the judge wilh his dnrk
And then-ales wherein law wcighclh
equity down, 4
Where lie frowns ou the weak and
. er.nici ott the strong.
Ami punishes right Vhilc he. jhslincs
Where juries their lips to the Bible
To reuder a verdict they've already
Go there in the ceurt room aud find,
if vnu. ran.
Any law for the cause of a moneyless
j- The people , of thls great country
sever w resiled wun me prooieuu
which now vex them. New and un
tried nroblema in the commercial and
a. i.i ,i uu. . j; i will M tha dymcfrtle fi
the physical, rex and puzzle all ex
perts and ddetorfc. ,"La grippe" with
its ravages on tbe hitman system, and
its hurtful after effects, -paxzltog alt
the physicians, find lis parallel in, and,
therefore, u akin to tbe disease now
playing havoe ia the commercial
world. No statesman' can diaguose
the trouble, and no remedy applied
gives relief. "Time heals all things,"
and time alone can give us the relief
for which we ask.
The qucition of right and wrong
does not enter into the questions of
the day, Commercial integrity, in
dividual honor and jrotfcral trust
worthiness have about, played out.
Motley was never so fchcap, aud never
s. bard lo borrow. Merchants were
never . more cser to sel!
:id ner:r s ' choice of thoir
CU'lomers. Irrpitil ami labor were
never nnrc ilis:ruittii! of rich other.
Conij'icta arc broken, ajrreeinents !
ni'iitp viild. thillTs remiilinreii limit '
routM.itirc bi't'.vcil nun and nrin ran
no longer be based upon honor, hut
upon collaterals and forfeitures.
Wo need moral, commercial aud
political -regeneration. Repentance Is
not enough. The work must begin
in the individual.
Lveu now church itieKtVrship is
no gil ir.m!ec nf integrity and houcsiy
If all the members of the Church in
this country pel to hcaveu a fellow
will have to sleep with his breeches
uuder his bead every nigh',
liiflh Slid education are bo giiar-
antees of i:lilit. Soiietiin?s F.
V."5 stauihi lor 'lull-flodrfvd vaga
bBd." . :
I T'.e Church : on one side and the
l'ctiileuiiiiry on the other. i;h
humanity bctivern The Church
lriivi but little aud the I cniieniiaiy
scares lejs. Hegencrati-m is the rem
edy, the uecessity for which grows
out t the fact that wc nre nil born
out ot aback iu the lir-,t birth, aud
n e wiil never measure up to duly and
dcsiiny until ve arc boru ftain.
Then cr)HiMtious would hare a so'.il
and every man a conscience.
Tb'.-u a inu's word will be bet tor
ih iu his boud.
Then life will be worth living atd
heaven will be ait inahle.
Then the present cry that -it's
money in your pocket" wiil be hushed
hy the desire end i!ced which will
seek to help men and make the world
Then, the flow of funds into bucket
shops, horse trees, s lioi ns and
gambling hells will be turned in lis
course and made to llow into the
legitimate channels of honorable busi
nrss enterprises and into the tlitns
which .wMl bring about tho better
iicnf df humanity. Yours.
Sam P. .Ionks.
fitter S'roui Jaksai.
Fftcnil Sen: ' .
Voil wCR certainly misinformed as
to the uuinl-cr ol couuty o!fiis to bo
elected this fall. There have lo be IS
0 lii ccs tilled, including that of County
Survevcr. Mr. C. W: Henderson v as
elected in the fall of lSU'J. aud resign
eJ laH May. The Governor then ap-
lioiutc:! lK W. K isscll xud it is Said
Hint the appointment only holds good
reises im thb cerras:t
Aaa sr. T. Walker aa Wif SMa
rrM lk itemr,
J. A. Torrence came in from Sbaw
ucetewn this (Wednesday) morning
after the daughter of W. Y. Walker
who is a student of Ihe Normal. The
young lady will go to a sad home Tor
when she arrives she will find her
father and mother cold In death.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker got up yes
terday morning at the Ususual hour
and Mrs. Walker prepared breaklast
, for the two. They ate breakfast aud
j immediately thereafter both took
violently sick. Drs. Harris and Walk
er, llie latter a brother of the un-
fortunate mau, Were called, and after
a thoriiuh examination Of the patients
and the breaklast table they pro
nounced their patients falally poison
rd and stale I Ihcy believed the pois
on was iu Ihe codec Mrs. Walker
was dead and Mr. Walker was dying
when Mr. Torrence left Shawneetown
Mr. and Mrs. Walker lived alone
and Mrs. Walker did her own house
j ini'k. iicludin; the cooking, and the
pji-iuiag 13 therefor; a mystery.
ta e lined.
The following county offices will
hnv? to be tillej at the next Novem
ber election Itt this county:
Presiding Ja.tge Couuty Court.
County Judge 1st DisU
County Judge- 2d DisL
Circuit ricrVi '
Com moil Picas Clerk.
A complete line' lit Mfen'S, Soys
and Childei-ns Suite and O vercoats ;
it Cures Ccdy.C9uslls.SorTnftt e
n. V socpirr
certiia trt for I
tila trt for GcoroniBtibB in trtt itas, BitJ
a WKTm ri: f ir advance ItBRi. ?H at one.
Ymv reiurn In vnnr lio'rt. no mven ! until the next election. 1 enclose a
has fed I list of all the offices to be filled at
The wile that too Ion has been fuller-! iho nekt election.
ine for br.'ad,
Knit1 down ou Iter pallet and kiss
the dentil frost
from the lips of the angel vour
Then turn in your agouy upward to
And bless while it smites you, the
Aud you'll lind at tbe cud of your
life's little span.
The grave aloue welcomes a money
Henry 31. Stanton.
Wm. E. Durgiu. of the Boston Loan
Co, 275 Waohingion Street, says: 1
recommend Sulphur Bitters as the
very best medicine I ever used. There
is uothiug like them to give au ap
putite; tone up the system, and do
away with that languid feeling which
is so frequent among those confined
Who kuowsol a Mr. Uawkius wh
lived in Duukliu couuty from 1353 to
1861, and his present address? He
wits iu the Confederate army, proba
bly under Gen. Splller. Tbe informa
tion is desired for Willis Bedford
Moore, of Kansas City, Mo, and he
wants the address of Hawkins to
learu what became of William Bre
tou Moore wh was suu struck at the
New Madrid battle, iu 1862, and was
reported to ItJve died after being
taken to the boirie of Seine farmer
hear there. Mr. Moore also had. a
sister, America Ann, whd married a
Pinkncy Hallmark in Stoddard coun
ty, who joined the l.'uion army at
Bloom field. He wauls to learn of her.
Persons knowing of one or both of
these people should address Win.
Bedford Moore, Kansas City, Mo.
Southeast papers please copy;
II. Steinbach desires to inform his
customers that he has (he patent
right for manufacturing the Cork
Faced Collar in tbe following counties:
Scott, Bollinger, Stoddard, l'crry and
Cape Girai'deau. Call and examine
this new patent collar. w4ui
Ir Xaar Bkla
Is rough and pimply, or covered with
blotches and sores, and yon waut a
clean, smooth skin and fair complex
Hon, use Sulphur Bitters. The best
medicine in such cases t ever sold.
C S. Schejfler Jt Co? DruggM, Law-
You may eiate ia the Democrat
lhat up to this time our Coudty Court
has retired $17,000 of the It. It. Couip.
Bonds, $6,000 of the amount haviug
been purchased during Ihe. year 1893.
Wo saved nearly $1,000 ou the princi
,ol on the $17,000. The atnoint of
CJinp. bonds yet out is $151,000.
Face cured. Sulphur Bitters wiil
cure the worst case of skin disease;
ft .n a commou pimple on the lace to
bat awful disease scrofula, it is thi
jest medicine to use in all cases ol
such stubborn aud deep-sealed dis
ease. Do not delay; use Sulphur
Kilters aud drive the humor from
Jolly Faar Mask Ball.
The firat ball given in l.n- New
Masonic Hall ou Ihe evening ot J.u.
25i h proved 'to be a success, ihe
aumbcr masked Were abo'at 35
couple. It all the balls giveu in Ihe
future at the new hull pro re to be a
successful as the one on llie CMli they
ivill always have a good time. The
Jolly Four will loug be remembered
for the elegant times all hate spent at
their bails: I
Aa ejvH taak Ills Eye;
Last Saturday iiigtlt John Rider, of
near Dutchtown, went coon hunting.
He had uot beeu out loug till his dogs
treed if coon. Hider was walking
around the tfec trying to see the coon
when a big owl swooped down on
him striking him in the face. The
lick almost knocked tbe nrau down.
Tbe dwl wits gone before he recover
ed from the terrible shock, but wheu
it struck Mr. Kider it struck him wilb
one fodt in tbe right eye aud with
its sharp claws it took tbe eye out
and flow awitv with it. Dr. Peters
was called id attend the wounded
man as soon as be arrived home and
he is how doing as vVcIl as conld be
expected after sdeh a horrible and
A Doy who lives it Eli aloglerV
near Jackson, on last Sunday evening
while tbe family was away from home
undertook lo make a fire in tbe beat
ing stove and accordingly filled the
stove with straw and saturated the
straw with coal oil which when
touched with match blazed up in
stantly and severely burned Iho boy's
face and may probably destroy his cbr5r.,VerfSr.'
Yon will ee tbe excellent eno: after taianj
first deie. f i'd by dealtrs cnrywoen,
bettlea M cats 24 $1.0
ire at AllliaaMVllle.
Tht post-olBce. a store and a saloon
were btit-ued at Williamsville at two
o'clock Hits (Thursday) morning.
Nearly all the contents of the three
buildings were lost. The fire origi
nated in the posl-ofCccand it is believ
ed to have been caused by safe blowers
trying to bl'J.v open the post-office
The buildings were all insured but
lor what amount we are uot advised.
Bailrsatt ta Cbrslcr.
Louis Punch addressed a number
of citizens at the court house last
Tuesday eve. Mr. llourk has changed
his ptaus in regard to giving us a rail
road, and now pioposes to build from
this place to Chester duriug this year
if the citizens will take ?30,000 worth
of the railroad bonds. lie has not
abandoned bis scheme te extend the
road Jn Up the riVcrto Ste. Gcuevievr
and then out to the Iron Mountain
road, but proposes to -give us a rail
road outlet tirst. Parties who sub
scribed for bonds uu ler tho 11 pr:p-o-itiou,
can; if t'uej dsire, iraualer
their subscription lo the new project.
Mr. Iloitck leaves this proposu'on
opeu tiuiit the first of Martb and il
our citizens desire the road thev must
be ready to fnlHll their part of the
contract by that Urns. Pen-vciue
1.1st or Hail Xavr
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J Cawtlirow, War Ucfnet J
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n Saandsr, Binile Smith
F C Shoemaker. Armllda Scott
Mrs. Eliza Stevens, DrGto H Williams
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