Newspaper Page Text
Saturday, ji:xe 2, i9.
Fob Ciaccir Cuu.
Ws am utkwlnd to unnm
JUa nwlldttr for the office of Circuit Cirri of
. Djm 10 the deeiaion
JttoojMty BepabUoaa aoiniualing couiua-
Ton Trwmna Jcdus.
Wo an Mthorted to annoance
em-KlldaU for PW.Ml'.j JiHa-e of the
7 Mojor lo f n. aeuo. or Mr K.
Hweu aoaDlaatlua; courattiou.
TaePopulUts r Scott couutv will
feominate a full tirkel for county
offlea. Ofconre there will uol be a
nan oil the ticket elected.
xoeniison Dill remind tnc St I,oms
Globe-Democrat of the gun which Lad
Leraao ottea repaired that outhiug
Rmaintd of the original except the
The to far trust ouly makes $."fi.00O.
000 oat of it deal with ltnce and the
Desaacratic government. Bricc ought
to get enough out of it to elect him
to the Seuate again.
xnere is a gooa deal ot truth in
the remark that the income tax id in
tended as a penalty for men who
have been guilty of the crime of be
Ing successful in business.
In an industrial depression like the
present, a strike should be the very
last resort, not to be attempted un
lets success is reasonably certain, nor
unlets it is known that the employer's
liastness will justify the payment of
what is asked.
James J. Corbett, America's heavy
Weight pugulistic champing, is creat
ing a great sensation in I'aris bv his
exhibitions of scieuce and strength
Pugilism, Is something now lor the
French people, aud Cerbett's poi-
formances are drawing the largest
gatherings ever seen at a variety
Col. Breckinridge is now engaged
In rebuking all Christians who are
not ready to extend Christian for
giveness to him when he coufcs-e
his sint from the stump. Hut there
is nothing in the Christian religion
making a confession ofsiuu title in
fee simple to a $5,000 ollicc. -V. 1'.
The Baltimore Sun having rosii
Senator Gorman out of the Demo
cratic party, it will now be in or.! r
ior the Democrats to leave him alone
to vote as he pleases on the Wilson
hill. M'hen a man belongs to no party
he should be allowed to go his own
Way in peace without the charge of
infidelity to any party.
Is there gometbiug in that "Wilson
hill" that makes its advocates sick?
Word comes that HJorinan and Wil
son both have gouc home sick."' No
political dose has evor made so many
millions sick over simply the thought
of being compelled to swallow it as
this one. And yet it is sugar-coated
as never a dose was before.
The smartest act t Cleveland's ad
ministration was couched in the reso
lution te adjourn to Hog Islaud for
snipe and bass. It will give the
President time to think. There is no
better time tor a man's thinker thiu
when augling for bass, and Mr
Cleveland has great reasons to think
Just at this time. lie has come nearer
exhaustiug the patience of the Anicri
can people than any man since the
days of Andrew Johnson.
The farmers of the West fare badly
n the new compromise tariff bill.
Their protest against free wool was
not heeded; but that ot the LouLIana
sugar planters against free sugar
that of tbe mining industries ot We-t
Virgiuia and Maryland against tree
coal, and that of the furnace men of
Alabama audTnn see against free
jron were all successful in obtaining
recognition. The democratic sena
tors from wool-producing States
Should- hear thunder, and that very
Tbe public in general will njoii-e
that the House Committee en Election
of tho President, Vice-President aud
.Members of Congress have reported
favorably on tbe bill providing for
the election ot Senators by a direct
vote of the people. Of late years the
Senate has become almost oblivious
to pnblie sentiment It has got too
Jar away from its masters, the people.
This bill to make cur uper bouse
directly dependent upou tbe people
far its existence will have many more
supporters than it would have had a
few years ago. Iiecent Senators are
responsible for this change in public
Xew York Sun: Xetr York city
pays its creditors this year for money
borrowed for public uses $3,135,000.
Of this sum $875,000 goes for interest
on water bonds, $476,000 for interest
on dock bonds $196,000 for itiien-st
on schoollbouae bonds, $1.'6.00 tor
interest on new nark boa Js. $1 1 J.000
for interest on Hrooklvn Bri.f-re con-!
atruction bonds, $54,000 for arnii rv ;
bonds, aud the la'ance for Imn.N i-f
, 7 , ...
sued for general purposes by the . ity !
or county gororntnent. The li of
fhe Connty Court House bond, io
the ftiDouut of $50,000, will tall due in
1 89ft; $40,000 of them will fall due in
1836, on which tbe city U paying 6
ftr cftnt TUe Ut of tbe war bouds
will fD due Id 1897. There are $647,
AX)0 of these ffUtstauditig draft ing 7j
, t i
ftr ccst iutr
A CWAnCS SHOT.
S BtrangoLookluE Mn Relates a West
The atranfrx-loo'icing man sat tn one
center of tin smoker and hadn't murk
to say while the drummer and the west, !
Bra real esUte man were telling theil ,
stories. He ronsed, however, after a
peculiarly peculiar one by the drum
That reminds me," he said, "of some
thing that happened once In a minr
big town in the Rockies, during the
good old times when everything was
new ont there. Like every mushroom
municipality, we had among ns gam- I
biers and greetlcs, tnnghs and tender
feet. One of these tonderfeet was the j
most cowardly fellow, in some ways, I
saw, and how he had ver com ;
to sneh a place I coulnn t uo
fforstand. He was afraiii of every-1
body, and a boy couM bnlldose :
him, but he a bright-raiud-d ;
with a fine turn for Vmsiner end !
was honest. A pistol jvas a Tiorror to
him, and lie wouldn't 'take a drink ot !
whisky under any circumstances, which, i
by the wiiv. r?nirP.i'on:-iii(M-aVlc cuur
aVre. In liis case it '!il, at least, as it
afterward turned o:it, ior oje dnj Yt
refused to orinlt ivitli th nlU'st, .no?;J
d;n?eroi nwn we li 1, anil a r.nr nv
frond. The tfnh v'..i;ij'(vl out a pistol
and would hav. Ui.loJ tht folloiv, !:"
jome one canlit liis arm. an.? t!f otlie
mm went down on his I:p-it, and K'
gttd iiw uIh life. It wa no joo.1. how
ever; the tnuii wn drrti an ! wnf
determined to kill him, an-1. t- prevent
an open mnrdor, s-hik oe svgisU
that they fipht it out in the :.trvtt. and
a revolver was put into the han1s of
he tenderfoot- lie d;ln't 1;nw hon
to handle the fiin at all. and while on
man showed him what to di. four 01
five more held the ttns;!i. Thca
ther were pnt at tt-a pace,
and a more ahjeet, aaered sp-'t-i-n'. S
OPffr saw than that ten-le- .'-Kit. He
oald hardly ftnd up aud his pistol
gobbled about as if ii .wi:ijf to a
Ttrioif. The tonh e?ijtrd it m.r
than anybtsdy else, for lie fcltsim f
bi victim. After heh.dwatehed th
BbWrinjr wretch a nio.nen he pulled
ap h rnn. and at the sr.ue time the
eaderftwt pulled his up and tried to
alai it. Then, hanr went thtuir9
g-an and almost simultaueouvly f:d
Lowed the report of the tnderioo'a
Vbe ton a-h dropped like a liot ox, and
tibe tenderfoot threw np h-: I'ijht !r:"."
and howled with p:iin and far. W
rnfthed np and found tho tmih did.
with a bnllet through his heart, and
Uie tender fot with his Camera vd
band bruised and bleedinjf. but not
eritmsly injurrd. Tli-3 bullet from thfl
toas-hK pistol had Mrn-'k the t'rer of
Ue tenderfoot's and dischured it with
atal result." j
The stranffe-lotdtin?; nr:n had ap
parent ly no more to any am! his lis
teners looked at each other question -Inply.
The drnmmer roughed suspiciously
"May 1 af.k. he said, "how it hap
pened that the touch's bullet didni
take the tenderfoot's tinker off liefon
It reached the trijrer vf his pistol?
"Simple enough," replied the strange
lookinjr man frankly; "hr didn't h:vf
his finger on tho trigger; he hr.d it . n
the trigger guard, and he would hart
been pulliug on it yet, to make the .in
gooff, if luck hadn't been agamst the
The strange-looking man relansed
Into his former silence and no1ody 1h4
the cheek to trr- to tell any mure bor.c
Detroit Free Press.
SHE BELIEVED HIM.
It TVm a New Ftror n:id It XV tk so Or ?d
That It Went.
It was ntarly midnight when the
young bride heard the front dco softly
opened, and as he came up in his stock
ing feet she dried her eyes and A&
tertnined that the time fur action had
come at last.
"This will never do, George. she
said, with a steely plittor in her eye
that sobered him on tbe instant. "Per
haps f wouldn't m hid it so much in the
years to come, bat our honeymoon is
barely over and here you stay out
all night. ITnless yon pio.n:se to stop
111 go back to my father.'
'Forgive me. my ciear, ho replied,
bracing himself for the supreme effort
of his life, for he knew th.- crisis had
come, and upon the result depended
whether innrriage was to W a failure
or a blooming success. "I know my
onduct must seem cruel to you,
ut that is only because yon know so
little of men and their ways. All my
life I have been accustomed to staying
out all night. I can't stop suddeuly,
fir the doctor has told me I have heart
disease and that any sudden shock war
likely to kill m That's why, my dear
I must taper off gradually.
porgive me, George, she Robbed
throwing herself on his breast.
have been very selfish. I know yot
try to do what is the best for yon
Never again wiH I seoid you. for j
wonld drive me crazy if I knew I was
the cause of you killing yourself,
Fntlemtonri Hi llunlncas.
Fruit Vender Why you notta tell
me move on ?
Policeman Your cart is not in thj
Fruit Vender Ten I put ita In da
way, and I wanta you tell inc move
Policeman What for
Fruit Vender Dat inaka big crowJ
and I swlla banan. X. Y. Weekly.
II (raptnrously) -Tell ine, my own,
before you prom ised to be mtt werv
you ever kissed by anyone?
She Darling, 1 can nut tell a lie,
fear I was.
He Quickl what is the name of thr
She No, dear; it is better for yu
nottokunw. He miht be too many
for jou. Judge.
Tfanted to Uet Rll tf Ittn.
"Life is, aft,r all, n;th!ug' bat a
dream. said the raoralizer.
"Then wake up, retorted the d
? Toff man Howes That girl can't talk
Howell Gibbon S that so?
Hoffman Howes Suah. The only
thing she siid to mc the whole evening
was "No;" and I had to propose to her
to get her to say that. Puck.
Can't lepeuil :i It Krrrr Time.
'Well, yon see, he didn't know th
gun was loaded."
Yea; I know the rest, He pointed
it at thcg:rU the gun was discharged
and ttie girl was killed.
'Oh, no; you're wrong. You see, tba
tua wa8,,t UUhX '" 1 ,,,l!rR
ts.m i.ookiuS After-
- Timothy S.-ed-Wli.-r! Wu-iet
Mis5sk-tt I last U( t her in J-
,rlu f ir,h..U!
Mm. TisuMt'iy Stsl (van taliwl)
Wnat! Anil she tnayod to Joe lVntkvl
" me whre she is tb'.s minute-
Aunt J.m a the water wliere yot
live uw soft or liard?
Wee Nit ct- I guiss it's pretty hard
The girl sp. ttertd fope on th lamp
chimney the oihcr slight, an it broka
COQUETTE IN DEATH.
TkO Skin of Her Shoold.ra nqu
Camille Flaimnarion, the well-known
, , ,h ' -QUnlrv of a certain
. . ,,. Th. conntess is
of foreign origin and her hnsband'i
seat is in the department of the Jura,
fine was dying with consumption and
became deeply impressed with Flam
marion's accounts of his sclcntifle
flights to sidereal regions. She becami
imbued with his theory of the plurality
of the Inhabitable worlds. This en-
abw her await the ineTitable end
of hcr with caim r-1iRnation.
hap, witn the hope that death
' . ,, , , v. - tr-nstniion to Ma.-s
or Bome Q;her ,anct of the ceicstial
In due time Flntnmarion's visit came
to an end. He returned to his observa
tory and forgot in the alworption of his
Bxtronomieal studies all ab-r.t h:s
hostess at the chateau among the
mountains of Jura. Sometime r.?o a
paoka arrived at the observatory. :.-
compaiiiel by a letter in a Va-.-k-edgcd
envelope. The packet and letter were
! received by Mine. I-Iain man in wto. on
i pxaming the rmt "nts, foiunl that the
; VcUa-,'c eon tained a large piece of
. white shin, very thi -k an I c-1 1 to the
. toueh. Theif-tt.-r.uhichnasui french,
t rad as follow
i Pr.wX.wra:-I t'ACV.1 -c th lt wHb
j of. ieTvh- 1-ie a slwajo h-vs !or ya. 6!ia
Iina l- n- .wmr nsl Jn s-n t w tiff t tor
!" -loath th sn nt h-r K a iti.'ul -!iild,r,
wlirch vnr. -m I :amb. atl. on tha
j s-twitrc t vnr ir:-irr It wi o.-rtir
Ihit v" s'w-aM b-xv- Utnn I it tbl- ekia thi
0 ajt .s.;ir .f fln,t "lV I!lbfih
nfter Iit iI"Mt'i. I trriin-it tt ya. drar mas
ter, thii r!l-. a I tv3 inr at!i tint I wonM.
This letter was s:rncd by a well
known medicil practitioner of .Tura.
As a ma tier of f::et."said I-'Iainmarion,
I hail admired the beautiful shoulders
of the rouiitess the evening I last saw
her. and when she was in decollete
dinner Unlet. What was I to do with
the strange legacy? I was tempted to
send it buck, hut on reflection I deter
ni incd to -crry on! the wish of the de ;d
woman, whom I remembered with
Accordingly I sent it to a tanner,
who worked on it three months. lie
s-nt it back beautifully prepared. 1
have just h:id my last work, Ter;e et
Ciel." bound with it. Here is the vol
The binding is not only unique, but
exceedingly haiidsoine On it io
btamped in gold letters the words "Son
venir d' une Morlc." San Tranjisco
Urn. Iil:ix aim llor ltrtt'rat au t?n
tr!isurl.r lluOiit l.
"Pon iv ir, saul M. OtlriK as she
swriT into the ro mi. She xiid it with
a delicate rising in lection that she had
learned with great e.tre from her French
"I houM say so." was the answer,
"with all the rheumatism I've gathered
in, I'll bet I've got a".Hut the forest
bones of any man in th! ward.
').:ir! de:ir! sighed the gor-d wom
rti. "How I do wish you'd go in muie
fir culture and things. What are you
read in it?"
I'haueer," but 1 can't, say I like It
much. When it comes to real tlrst
iuss spelling, gimme Artemus Ward
"Have you re:id tii;:t new bKk in the
iirary aNiut PiuUrch?"'
"No. Who was he?
"I'm so surprised at yon. I revly
im. lie was the inytlndogiril er on
who hal so many lives. iVju'i nu i.1
aaemb"r? Oh, yes," answered Mr. Oilna. "
bcliee I tli," ami he got up aud s'ai tcd
jo le-ave the riNtn.
"Are you going out?"
"Yes, for a little walk."
"Would you object to doing a lit:le
: ra.it! for me?
"Nope. What is it?'
"i want to send a letter of condolence
to Mrs. Pursington. She's lost her hi; s
jan1, you know.'
"Weil, yon don't want me to hire it
(vrote, do you'.'"
"No, indeed. lint I wart it proper
When you go by the stationary st-r
yet me a little of sympathetic ink.
there's a dear."
And Mr. oilriz said hi woulw De
troit Free Press.
II Oirf Ills Ir.-.H(
this I tcti--I.irt
f.ir ChJettir fc
It was evident from the way the on!
man duinjied the papei i on i.ie fioiir
that there was something important
pressing on his mini.
'We'l. why don't you out with it; 1
know it is there?"
"Whut I wants ter Icno' is d:s is day
praijeckiu' sho nntT t-r fetch baeh
.ieis h'top-sktserts and haystack drcbSA-i
"That seems t -r b the latent :n
formntion from the fashion plates.
'Well. snh. dar orter be er acf nt
kongriss ergin cuny setdi doii;"s. kas i
tell yer le fiikcs in dis lu-ali low part
er de imiir.n kan't stati hit."
"Kate nil's er. tnncJi izde Ives' oh u
kiu do iu-w ter pay !e bills fer desc
heh s..irnpy hetle tied-bat-kgyannints
i.:.l de wimmin ftdies w'r.rs now. an'
i tley ar girine ir tax ns on d.sc four
ring sirkus tent kont-:ipshun ilea
i..ir"s got ter be er pow'ftil suddtn re
palii ob dj tariff bill an" er newnaii
tmous f:ee koinagtf f si ver and' hit
exxUmted eckordin ter de number of
l;ir :?es in de fa:rby."
), yon nre talking through your
chapcan; let up on it.
"All right boss; but ef dar ain't t-'T
be no infl:it;on or Ie kurren;y en dar
ain't er gwine ter be e:iny inH-.ilin or
de ki inoltiie aroTtu my lions d it's p.it.
Sides xlat I ain't stu-.Mt on pein, er
speetibu! oman gwmearoun de puhlic
h: ways look in' lik. she dun elimo'd up
bu'f way thn er parry :dioot an wuz
wa!kih' off in hit. lit" my wife dns dat
dar'll Ik? trouble in our ward. I'd
jesez son hab cr revorse et wnnce e
tr hab ter walk on de out-skeert; oh
roman wid wun erdem dar win' traps
on -Jt I woa'd. Atlanta Const a o
Parsley is t!ieOtmnion.st garnisn Tot
all kinds of told in cats, poultrv, fish,
Horseradish is used for roast-beef
Slices of lemon are nserl for boiled
fowl, turkey, and tish and for roast
beef aud calf s head.
Karlierrics, flash of preserved, go
Current jelly is nsed with game, also
kr custard or bread pudding.
Apple sance is for roast goose and
roa st pork.
Mint is for roast lamb, hot or cold.
Sliced Seville oro.ige for wild duck,
ffidgcons, aud teal Chicago Times.
A llrall hT llorno.
Horse Dealer He is rrnrth ererv cetit
jf KtOO. lie is a tine healthy animal,
Mr. Wonlil-be Purcha.vr (examinins;
the animal's tith) Yen, there is no
iouht about liis beinjr hralthy. If he
Tifin't hoa'thy lie nerer couid havs
:ivml to such an oIJ a;e. Texas bift-ngs-
Mr. DoPovster ".Marie, dear, we
sre very poor, anil you must lie less ex-
j tnivafrant. I nm sure plainer otvns
i n-ouid bj jast as bejoiuin Ut you.n
I Mrs. DelVj-Nter '"Certainly, darling,
i ' sluU lure oao uiailo iuuiedl&tol.'"
Sow thm Sport la Carried oa In the Floi
The one apparent purpose of all who
journey by boat in Florida is to see alli
gators, anil to keep account of the
number they have seen, as desperate
Indians in yellow-covered books tote
up the sum of the scalps they have
lifted. At first the St Johns rer is
of the broad type of Floridian streams
a widi expanse of fretted blue walled
In tamely with banks of low vegeta
tion. There are only two types, that
and the tortuous narrow sort, running
like leafy lanes in cramped ribbons,
hedged close by trees. It is when the
Sl Johns is compressed and squeezed
until it wriggles like a landed eel
that the sea rc h for ga tors be
gins. I had never seen a wild alligator
at large when I made the voyage, and,
to tell the truth, I had seen so many
others like me, and such signs of a gen
eral slaughter of the saurian a. their ba
bies and even their eggs, that I fan
cied I might leave Florida with the luck
of one who goes to lakota to get a shot
at a buflalo. Hut I wus wrong. Not
all the alligators are killed yet, though
that consummation is not far off in th
n!il-r prtrts of Florida. When we came
to the narrow end of the rivjr we saw
plenty of the amohibmrs, and discov
ered also that they nre apparently the
oniy things that induce the captain to
raise his voice and to betray an inward
' Alligator on the left bank: Quick!"
he shouted to all the pn.sHcng.-rs. "Al
ligator big one on the left bank,
Sure enough, there was the huge
lijird-like animal upon the low bank,
Itetween the writer and the trees, where
he had been basking until the approach
of the lioat aroused him. Already,
with a simkish motion, he was moving
toward the river, his head sweeping in
one direction, an ! his thick, strong tail
in the other. There was time to see
that he was ten feet lng, and to won
der how the ea plain delected a thing so
nearly thr color of the earth it rested
upon, when, with a graceful giant
wriggle, the beast slipped into the
r!cr, and showed us only a black snout
nnd two bumpdike eyes rippling the
snrfacj of the stream.
Th.-re were some persons amonr the
I astngrs who alt but rave l witfi de
"igbt over the beauty of the neenery in
he narrow part of the river. Pretty
t is. but uot extremely lteantiful, and
lit! extravagant expressions of thoe
who find extr.-:ne beauty where others
see i:i!y tameless, or. at tho utmost,
mere pFtlir.-aji. inspire compassion for
nil wh- whvre natun; is i!l-
favored or .cdioas as on the plains,
for instance. The St. Johns was here
a pretty winding stream, curving
amid ic re or les dcne gniwths of
oak. cypress, an I pilmdt'. Sp.mish
moss hnag its greenish -gray t-iP.s
upon many of I la - tr?cs. and aug
mented the strangeness of the s-.in-"f;
for strange it would seem
to any American from beyond
the few slate- that lMrler the
gulf of Mi-xieo. It got its pi-ct-tiniss
fn!ii the fresh new green that
nature was lavishing upon the trees
a-?d the undergrowth. So narrow was
the stream tiiat the lont was seen to
nsli the water ahead of it. and to suck
a great billow along behind it a bil
low tiiat crashed np-m the low hank
and hurried the co.vs ashore, the buz
zards to flight, and the turtles and alli
gators off thuir resting-places. The ex
perience suggested stcamlto.tting on
ft. me crooked narrow route like Pearl
street in New York: but sometimes the
loops in the stream were so sharp that
steamers malting the Bamcourso ap
peared to be. and were, going in oppo
r.te directions. The turtles weie amus
ing. Sometimes half a dozen would drop
from a proji-et'tng log to fall upon their
ba"ks and scramble wildly into correct
positions, !,a;y and beautiful cranes
s'er seen at limes, and the boat pas.d
many buzzard rocsts, wher the gre.it
ugly birtls were ss'eii stalking a'vk
wardly on the earth, or r-xisting lilce
tnrkfys on t: e tree liinl s. I si: w eleven
alt:g'itor. m ir.y f th m v.ry large.
Jn f.ivorcd me with an ehib;tioR .f
his p.'destrianis a by turning into the
words instead oi ih. water. It was
worth seeing. We l;.-d his head and
ax-svenths of his tail above the ground
upon ungainly legs that stood out from
his b'xly almost liue a sViders limbs.
Then lie walked as if he had not
learned how. The customary man
with gun, and witli a general and
all-embracing ambit if m to murder some
thing, had come upon thu boat to
kill an alligator. This he was for hid
den to do. and I th'iik I am right in
saying that from nost:unloat running
in Florida is shooting now permitted.
The captain explained why this wa
when he said: "If passenger were al
lowed to shoot, thev would bi apt to
alarm or ange. the people ashore, and
sonic of the crackers would be sure tc
turn and send a fusilla;le of buckshot
Into the boat Those who have fol
lowed my experiences in other parts of
the south will be interested in this fur
ther proof of the fact that steamboat
ing there Is not unlike managing a
traveling target for hu-Ushot. J tillaO
Ralph, in Harper's Magazioj.
It hns lieen tuc custom of ,r.e ;h-is
ware legislature for many years tonp
propriate a small Hum for annual dis
tribution amonjr the Sunday schools of
the state, of course without anr liuli
Tiituoiis distinction as tosi'ct. The llel
aware Jt;'.pt;st union, however, is nro;
iuir the leijislntnre to reieal the law
permitting such appropriation itHn tha
frrouml that it is unconstitutional to
appropriate money for religious pur
The Hampton institute is mak'nfj
an appeal for assistance, feeling tlirit
lis record warrants it in so doilijf. The
total expense of the institution is 5100,.
0(H), while itsrejru!ar income is lint $!(.
Soil. The smiill smn of f:;o will jrive a
male student one yenr s training as
miMdianic or farmer, or a female Mu
rlent a training in domestic service or
! dn-ssinakin?. The average cost of each
j boarding stu lont is H:7. Tlie institu
tion has now tie irly seven hundred no
pro and Indinn papils.
Sinor.i itibichin: was the founder
of the Scnola prof:ssi'ia!-! at liouie,
wl.ich is reoojrniztsl by Queen Mar-(rhei-ita
and tlie municipal pm'rnmont
as one of the most useful institutions
of the city. Here pirls are tan flit hand
machine sewing, mending' dress-malc-Inif.
embroidery, artificial flower male
Ins;, ccokinu, washing and ironing.
Such .indies as geometry, drawing and
painting. book-Keeping and motlern
languages are also L-utght. There rre
at present ei;ht hundred pnpils in tee
rcnool, and a large staff of teachers.
Bishop Hurst, of the Methodist
hurch, says that Calvin's theology
found its way into (Sermany, where it
prod need the reformed church: was
taught iu the university of Heidelberg;
extended to Holland; formed the basis
it the prevailing confession there;
crossed tho channel into Kngland;
exerted a marked influence on the new
Anglicnn church; ascended into Scot
land; became the theological fonmla
t"'ou of the Scotch national church;
tame over to this country with the pil
grims in tlie Mayflower iu 1600, and has
had no smnli share in molding the faith
of the people in tlia colonies and states
snd the tt rritor.es uc'u have grown
' Subscription price reduced to
One Dollar a Year,
Payahle invariably in advance.
lows ii. ami''
Has an iiumensc line of
Whicli hv isoileringnt
C:dl and see the immense Ihirgains.
Cor. Broadway and Spring-Sis.
the roal-Jmiirr i ':)ti;'ii.-a!i-.I in '
. . i
s;m tti:i ii t;? i-uiiuirv v. lilt :
ri.t a:i.l l.lo n!-!.-.!. Tlio ri-ht of
Wiiri:iik;i In rt.tit.f. to U(t:-L fur iv;n''
o!1'tmI i-i :ilsil:it(. Whfii tlirv at-
I Miipt I y viuli'nre tn jiipvciit .t!:i r -
wliii are willing to work iro-n dnin
s lliey c:-a- I.- y.N.-I ..n-i
1 -coin rioli'r.s. When tiiat !r;i .
t:ikpn public yin;inr!iy i'r-:K t !i:-ir
in .si? if it liail ;irtrviiiiily favuri"! it
Tin; inli'riVMTiic if t!.o.i v. !io
tiiiiu ti work uitli :!n;:iti -r:v ! t.
li il:tri-t v rk t. l'i : s.--! I .
tyra:i:iya!i;l otiiiri'fri. iii::-r: ii- tili- )
t i evi-ry :t-ti m of ; r:-l.: :im!
fre. j:'iv.-r:i;ii prtr'-i ih- j
rijtit of worker- !! Si it : pi t j
forth S: p'i'-or . !!:-- it.. .1:1-potL!irc-
it to supprc" rioto'.i-s a .
Kinlt 0:1 ivorkiiiuaii'ii :?to !.l ov- ;
traui'.'Ul t an;ir-!tv. T!;iTt f.ti,!:t t
wliirii wiil 1 1n? roul war slai t
t!is w Iirrls t flt 'v!tl- ;!t i?n!:inl.
Ilv vh'!i-ocpr Hi s !-. i-.'V( nt;' I. ..ji
nn Ih -.ii iv?N a trr i r :m:isiliilii v.
HP.S. v7. SCHEADa:?.
A ;r3.t:i-!.'. nit 11 l .M ..- . .1 tlM. t. ' "'I
.!:.-.) '.I .-'vri'.r- . :l il tht- .1.1. ... r-i 1
M.il- il.- in i :?r7i'''-:'i; l:i- .ictrf .
lWi'i-' 3trt tac i.H.-i.: l :-l -! 11, :!rn
Yip Pirfr-rrVr? bfA ?--ff i
...... i SI irimf!-T:t:r ci r.r
o.o fll-t1Wl.lt Irtv. uf.::..!.-
s IB-.I.'.rs S .
S POSIT.Vc r '-"- 1
') toei:n?avf r'int (Ci.
BCfME iwc.-lVti.: c,.;::S A FTC"
Tolvrtoft; rpi;in, rt: ri.i:;-:. y i -lirrc
t:-ti iiTo-iTi.t I -nre, A ....;. !i x-' I.f rf !?r-tr
Tower, V.'ni' ln'Tir -. I'tT-rin- tl.v n I't1'.. th-b-.P',
S H' at:.r-". !:r-t- r . : r. : --
taM-n. Vh t iT7!-1 iV w -:i-r, ( '.' r.h-i-in;
s, Wtnai Mji:.t-". 1 ! i'.v. ra !! r.
Vk v.whirii i, ic cttirft-..n 1 .., twt-.- tur
oi l .- tn! li.r:i::y- Trirv! W lon.u . z ;
f r S ".. tv rill r. -r. i-1 f :-'.
A iVSiTTErJ CUARIVME it jrca f r c-.-r
r-.0() cr.i-T f. ivi-1. !i r -'rn-l tic rr.r:riv ;
rn,'ii'vfi'r. iii' t ft "t'.-L W? hvo th -n
B-.i'tlt, rf lr:tii-J.oir13 f.-.ni OM .n.l mrr. i
both rrsps, vrh l.v- trvu pfrmjitciit:.- :r'
bjtht- :-fof Arirt.'.ltli:'. rirr uWi .ns.
TtilC AflfUU MFIII-K t i.,
T7t-ru Btcncb l;oi it lVuri.i.N., Ob.
Solil hv Win. II. Coorv
The fls)t inrrrt.nl Kr-rinly --.r tli:-cnv-pn-d.
3 it ih crti:i in ii clHcta sad i!cc Hot
blUur. KeoJ pri.J tcliiw.
KtNCf.LL'G SPAViH CURE.
Tawioc, Cmo. Jan. loth. JiJX
Dft. H. J. RfST-ah To.
Out": I h.i lfn rulnc jovr J"fm-: Cnr
with remarkaMf Fic-rR.t ,n a Klui;h4.nr of
Inur; mnn.iiiit. n i.arrrirp, I ffalitk,
1m &laut rvtrjr c. Vu . tm'v.
KENDALL'S mm CURE.
St. Loris, 1Ix, A.ril r.th, 1S32.
T. r. J. Knrr.Aij. Co.
:-Ut : I rifiyonr ,K"Tfnrx! Stavts Cnn."
and it had tho u-3irpi incc. 1 tiM '1 :i"t qui:?
hnir a tH! of it. jVK hrM had a Trrrihlo
epruin ou bis leg. Jt-tnv.-tftilh i.tir,
J RF.N''K WILiTKlJl, the Baker.
1 Tic ?!. pr It.rtH.
IlU. It. J. KCMIAIX CO..
tnclmrt h FnIIH rrmouL
HOLD BY ALIs DRUJCM
YoJ CatI be gome Art AgeKtTbr
it- mam st rrpn .: .. 3
PCT T f3
?.. G. RANEEY.
, Vl LOrrjCV" clt 1J W
! Will Tirartiri" :i r.II tin' r"nn
; nil ha-i ..rusi.-l ti. h;m
W ' "vMCLl,
j Siiop 011 lroa'!:iy.
j . - - .
i it,r;ri.2.,J2 CiiCl.Ct'L
1,1 MK MANX
1:1;.. ;.i.u i:
or am. k.:is.
n! Tillfiw I'll., I:itlav, CvjirriHS.
nil, WsltiM, A-ii ii.-r-; ' A '
air-l ili'r--all trriilt-m. -'i-.;.;ti:.c
Ji'i"ii--r si.ii.-hs. mhJ imik.. v.ijhI..
iramr; ail t.u--f
; hit'- tofr-li-r siirt -..
I'T-li-.t-ftl an;. vSifi- lti.-i!
of rity limit.
lMf;'l;i l.i: .K
.rt.js-.- rr , j C-.;-re.
Vwi..lJ. .vtvl UJ'.-A JUA Li2
: rr i. j
i forges f fittfirrcrs the V.u
j tu: ...i: ..I., nl r-.tlt .
I HJ-1I1 Soiitli 7i- t-.treet.
6T. I.Ol iS. K)
;. i:. n.i::! ii.
I 'i'r:ive!ii-!r Palef n:an.
i .T0E1; F. REY1TCLL?,
j Hit. i i:; u t:t.:
jtsi ra..- i;ir::r-!i r.n. Mn . i'Iilliii llif
' i'ljr li.la a:,.! .1,. ur
;l1: T-:Ttiian tlt r!;n. r''t I will m.t Itc r.l
;!..!... l.y a:;v in Tii-i' ami -. ! 11 irivi in-
, .,T.i.:al rf.i-i.r.-n ;o fill it.i.s entrust''! :n litT
rfrr. rl-"Alll Al UtlN i;i"Ai:.TKKl).
THS MILD POWER CURES,
ran-rnl'y i-.r.-;:tr-i Ht-i KUcs u-U . . ;.r in
.i(v.-4( Mru-ti-e is.r rtr llj.r.y j-s-arv .v tl "
a run f.tr Iht i.:i,n-tt.
h-9 f the Uurfsi.
' FeTrn. onfTMifoni, Inflammations. .2JJ
2 H or inn. Worm vr. Worm tolic... ,2.5
3 Titlilnc Colic, i'nlns. Aak:fuiwn sgj
4 Uirrtira,of ChtMrpn or Adulu . .a.l
5 Oyrnirry,Or1plng, Tt XUm l oUe a."S
iiolrra .YinrbaH, Vomiting
7 'otHh. foltl. IfronoliitiA.
t -NraralsiR. Tcsutlurh. aci-rh ... .'3
9 lltadariirH k-lt flfa.ic v-rttiia
19 l)tPfMia P!1Iouii.pmi. t f-nttifr(a .25
II eisTArrsArd -r Paiiitnl Pcrisds. .-'5
1( I mTu letups
IS t'reap. LnrrneiliH. Huersfnrrs.. ,i.J
14 - Salt Kboitin, l-rv.-ipota. rnj.t. t. .a.
f-T Kfafannotiim.or Khetunatlc jVatiu.. ,J.
15 .Malnrtfi, ''htti. Trvnr and Ainie 2
or Hlfllax ? .23
IS flpbttanliuir, bon-Wrat Eton. 5
19 Cntarrh, Inflttonia, Cokl In Use Head .2.
20 VVhopic ( osrIi j,-j
21 AMthmn, Or-prr-iil RivarhtDb 25
J-5 Ea" IHcliii-gt, IraiirM.i HrsrltiK .25
2.1 Srrofnln. Enhnjfd jln?, 5w-hiik-
24 4rneral llebUilv. rhyFlrtU Weakness .25
25 lroisy. ani Scanty iioorHloQ . .25
26 Srn-irkni-sm, i-kn from Idling .25
57 Kldnry litaiiN .-j
30 I'rlnarv rakapM. WettbuBed..
31- Pninfal Pfrio.U T! "25
34 lirbtberiit. I h--nUpt SnreThrtmt.. .25
ns-w,. jnvoiinit.-iry Mm 1-snrm 1.00
3 Tiresof ilteIIrt.Ialpitstlonl Oil
33 EpUf py. "Pafun. St. TUus lhLac..,l'.w
Ti. H: Nrawr tlM ra. ..UAPttK
irtrnTs-iFi.ra.ii i mimK.,ik.IM,
WITCH HAZEL OIL
"THE PILE OINTMENT."
The rvlirf U ln.nitMlle-tb i ur, , .rt"uL
PRICE, 60 CTS. T?iAtsirT:,e;cTg.
1J4 br tm ;rlta, or Mnt rua.ij CJa j-v-.i, I srf
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest Improyefl Roller Process.
Btwinr awleitted the Roller ProeeM. we art
now prepared to mak floor of the finest gradea.
A trial of oar Roller Proems Floor will con
vhiee yon that it is the best Floor made.
UIVE IS A TRIAL.
STEiPfl BROS., PropYs.
CArE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI
Galvanized Iron Cornice
Uootiug, Guttering ali.l Spouting at
Corner Mi.iii ami Tliniiis Strpp!.,
UalT St. Charles Hotel.
The i:pi of
W1XKS KKilOIIS AXD CIGARS
always on hacil.
Pole Agent for Hip Cclcliratol
Tde best wliikoy iu tlii woriil, ami
so pronouiifoii by all rompe
ti'tit jmlsji's of gooil
Frosh Door 011 tup -!1 tlio time
J, l. t r.: ki:n. Prrt. v'os p"i Kf-lcr, Cyrt-.lrr.
Y). H. Mi.l. r. i'lc-prts. D. 8 4VJ-rl. iljjt Cl.hr
CAPE GIRAFXEA'J COUNTY
J KNO., .TIINMII Rl.
Capital Stck S50.C00.C0
(oi I v DfcroAi tokT.
Ayettct'ul buhkittfj htisirtcsx tt't'iixttctah
Arr;tists of KanniT., Mi rrliant t.l f-t ck
!t -ttlcrb Solirir. 'l.
-I. i:. I'kam.liv. T.J.rT. J. V ' 'iri-Ar
Cork P&csil Cellars
Ai.it alt i !!ur '-i-.'l i f r-.!l-rs. b.r M f9ltn.
n i) TiriMiil.i. All wi;rk liiilv j;u:a: ti vi .1i:-o
I.-:-.!. T i
IJI GCJIKS, CAKTS,
i;.ta.i lso' 4,tl hit.! r ti iiif-i -w.
.r. Ilptnilw r.y niul S'i y' Sti f'.
.1. M. 31. i:r;-s.N. Iai.
l.'KAl. KSTA'IK. I.OAX. A X I
coi.M'.t nxt; ,m;i:xts
Houses. I-ols anil Kaiins for Sale
ili r.ts i nilei t. il anil abstrart l'l:rnill
nl. Ol'.i. on fsj anisli street i:i Mor
rison l.i:ilili:iL', Cape iiiiinUan. Mo.
i::u UA::t.A!s at
ir. a. LEinars
Roofing and GuUerirp.
II A I'M ''NY STKEKT,
vrr. i;!i:.m;i'1:.m:. Missona
John L. Miller
I.K.M.l t: IX
Till?. ERASES CP LIQUCH,
WIA'BS AND CIOABS.
Tin- Iii:ri.t i.nl.i..:i l-i ti i-ity. lrf'cinl atten-ti-.:
t I!.: liis tra il.
FIti:.SII CAPE J5KEK
AiV AT.S JX TAi".
GILBERT r!. WiLSON.
(StccriisoK to II.,rTnN A Si 1M-KT.)
ON TIIK I.KVKK.
CAI'K (illiAIUlKAr, M1SSOI KI
KKl.l-S A I t l.I. LINE OF
Staple and Fancy
tiiP9 partlrTttnT utrs-T-.tion to tit fhippin;
nl TiWiviw f m ilit Mttl rorsils r"iil kiinl
til-pnVt'T.il vftirb rAiT!Ttif i:i thi Laf-iiifAr
will e:ia'l"litn t rriv. salisfnfiiau ., ;
jiaTr.Mis. Hp also a jr.-i -v-irtini,t of
Tai- aol '.li'T ttfltt mi- I lie siltr,tt ami will
etc.-av..r r nvriL Uu-literal ii'i..tr.i:e of thu
cominuititv . 4
G. W. TEAVIS,
Praeliccs t1enti.-try !d all itn branch
es. IJales reasonable. AH woik
done iu the l.est ui:iuer and RUnr
anteeil. X"i extra cli.irjfes after t lie
work is cointileti'd. Kctereiice: To
tlie people u liom I lutrc Ii veil amon?
Hint iiriii tiei-il for over twcnty-tliiee
years. (H!i.-e at Hip oM staml in Ihn
Koduey liuiiiliiiir, corner Main and
llroaihvay sep 14-92
Economy repairikc Outfit
Orrat time and
MrtmrT narcr. A
"daa-as-inl utvrsiiy daring
brd ti'iirt aul a
ar. The brM
ncilii errr offer4
r home ns fof
- win fnc and
fit so that a bur
i.c.irt a9 thcoi.
'ti Mofiry sav-d Is
j, moficy man,
These toot oa
martr tim a ry
Tar. CmpU-te shot ffpiir o-.iilit, iifcludinC
iron last ai.d ir.niar.l. and rv-rythii(f ili-c-esarT
t 't C'Sii'Ii'To wrk. 25 aniclrtt only
fiiifl. l-e cat- E'ra i'!s, tc.t for har
iim fif;.-U artic-s Fi.hcf outfit by
exprr t fr.-iTht. n-il!.- 1ji-I, fit rpcipt of
pri--. ThcoT-'T-rdfri-i ; tJj urt Kf in a place
Bcore the a-jn'-y an! rnl:ri i.irfo probta.
N'o itoiio nn;it pii'i t. A?.!re,
ECONOMY SUPPLY hOU&E. Hiram, Ohio. !
It'.!.! jr-..ij a,---,
Railway llme-Tabl e
ST. I.Orl PADUCAU BAILWAT.
ST. LOl'IS CAIRO SHORT 1JNB,
(ST. L. A. T. H.X. B. CO.)
T.T. PKtnrah 11 :1 A. .
I.T. M.tmpeli reii p. v.
Lt. farkrr IHt p. k,
I.T. I'srbondllo f7: A. W. S V. r. .
Ar. HsrriMn rs . m. s.w r. a.
Ar. MurphToboro 8:IS a. m . J 51 r. M.
Lt. IlalTiran f 1C. a. m. S SO r. a.
Ar. PlurkntTTlllc. . . a:15 a. m. 4:11 r. a.
Ar. tVmltfnlli. t i a. x. 4 M r. a.
Ar. St. Look 11 at a. h. t iir. a.
T.t. 9t. Tot
1-T. t'noltervlll ...
Lt. linckn.yrille .
AT. HUTiMMt. . . . ..
Ar Uurphy.boro .
Ar. Farkrr fitjr...
Ar. Mctmpolia. ...
. 1: a. a.
. S:4 .
. 10 is a. a.
. II :Wl A. M.
. li -.io a. a.
t4:fS r. a.
Jt r. m.
7 ms r. a.
) V. H.
tn, r. h-
. ll: j
. 11:46 1
t J r. k.
:.7 T. .
I, ut r. a.
. S:U r. a.
.la) r. a.
Daily, t Daily Merpt Sun.tay.
This line now mckes direct cenrrtto. wtfa
G. T. A C. traina Ifarioc Cape (iirarteaa st
)l:f)0a ra , arnviuc at St. Loaia at II. 6 a m.
Ki'tar-itnr. iari m. ionis at .m a. m. irni
ini: at Cajie (iirarrteaa at jrp. n
l.Ro. r. l..nr. tic. rau. Am. xmta.
Geo IV. Pakakr, Gen. Manaaier. St. LoaiS.
MRS. ELIZABETH ROTH;
K'fii'iMi"' 0:1 r.maitwar, threa doors weat ot
WalttHT'a ruriiitarc Store.
a::Alll tb or Tits
St. Lo:tts School of Mid-Wives.
Tentr lire vr.rs rfeiienec
t j-.MI eall in.iiiirtW atteinWd u 10 Una
J. 31. MORRISON
OF AM. KIXIM,
Spnuth Street. Cape Girrilea-f, Mo
I will rnniiih pint joists ami all mvgh lambef
rrsl." p-T I. any whT in the city limits
t'looriiur anil teilii c clicver than r sold ill
ther'tv. n not buv sitittl yoa pwt my piicrt
JOHN ST. AVIT,
Srini h nwt. r-on.t J sir from Tnrpetidbi
3u. CUtm9! H juwo iii the cir-lor
0i!S3r.swars End Glasswara,
And will pay tlis H (best Mottet l'rlca for
He tJllcim a lixtre o! public patronase-.
Bare Aupted th
And ttow n;' tnr Tmt tat tn crtt bS
by ntiy i:til! in the 0nntiy. A irmft
r in-- it..tirr I'pk o,s rl ur wtil '.-wiriittti any
;tii..- or i th! t Ktit- th u asupori-jr tft aB
GIVE IT A TI5IAL.
P. V7. POTT, Proprietor.
Cap-' Giranlr-nn, Mo.
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO
I- Y- rOTT. Prop'r.
I"AY at altrinio. tl.i- hi.-hi-iit market plt
i-r w l..-at a- J A hi. 1 i-rn ti;aiiae: jrrs
ai.il wis rl vi!:'.ale and T-ta-l. nnl.r rail
iuara:.:. l.iiltivi.y liiai..!.- i J'luur:
-t-.X t'A-l'h II . : : I'.TkNT.
i .AN. : : : :
l.il.V rniK V.M.I. KV. r.siRs Vakti.
il"Ki: of thk l AI'K.
. X I.., : i : : : Fawt.
:h:i;Ki)I... : : : : Cuoiva
Frriih roniiil Com Mr.l for i-ali' or rachanK
lno all kimU oi mill li.il
Jig'irs.Tc'bacco Fine Candies
s.'AitMf ti. r-i:iN Y.irtt vimihite aid
a. t,i.r vill i; insii'S woHTH.
M'c cM at Jirirc.-' that
CAI.I. AXD.SKE L'S.
WARREN & SON.
Opposite turtliYfmt Usnk.
' T T
112 Vine Str.'c', .-?t. Louis, Mo.
Vmp Ulrardrnfl V. Htwal.arScrfl
steamor I. sliding st loot ol street
IT Wif-L driro the humor from I
SjoLir system, and maks your skin
clran and smooth. Thore Pimples and
4 Blotchef wukhmaryonrbrantTsre
J cnusrd by IMPURE BLOOD.
C They ran be removed iu a short
5 time, if you are wife and use Ihs
S3 great blood pnntter.Mitpr.nr liiurrs, j
3 TRY A BOTTLE TO-PAY.
B VThy snffertrlth Polls ? Why rare j
with mat tcmuic in auacne r t ny I
lay and toss on tn.it dcu or pain
with RHEUMATISM 7 Use Sul
phur Bitters. They will cure yoa :
where ail otners laiL ice ao-e is
small only a tcaspoonful. TRY IT
the agod and tottering are soon made
well by Its us. Kcmcmbcr what
Sou read h-r, it may nve your Ufa.
has SAVED HUNDREDS.
If you are siifferina from Kidney I
unease, ana wisn to lire to oia are,
use Sulphur Bitters. They never fail
to cure, lict It of your Urugut.
OONT WAIT. CET IT AT ONCE. I
Sulphur Bitters will cure
Complaint Jjon't be discouraged;
. IT WILL CURE YOU.
'iv -st iiyisii
P?tk 3 2-Tfnt ttnmrm to A. P. O-ttwav 4k GiXf
Soston. MataV, io best asntioa Mk irK'ffatrA
aii to piccHS..- (j'jed twa.
. - : , -Tiwr i f. sa