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CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1896.
Vol. XX No. 46
Riot Bell Rung at Frank-
And Martial Law Oeclared-Soldicrs
Take Possession ol the state
i i ANKFORT, KY., March 15. The
rio' boll rati? from the lire engine
hojs- at 11 o'clock to-night, and at
th-same m.m.ii Gov. Bradley or-
djrdJ oat the milita. Tea minutes
lau rtlie MeCreary Guards, fifty two
su. g, Cap:. Noel Gaines, were in
p ssiou of the Slate House
ana martial law was proclaimed.
util to-day Gov Bradiey had per-j
s.sl- Lily refused to call out themilita,
Thoi gh urged to do so by citizens,
irre. poctive of party.
Tiie Bla-kburn leaders, he wrs
i lOimed, had been preparing all
da., to ake forcible possession of the
S j e House. Threats were niade
I -. the senate wuuiu m rest the Gov
ernor to-morrow for t-surpauion of
au iiorj y in giving the
h-j tive last might to the Sheriif of
Franklin County to clear tue corridors
a cloak rooms.
All -trains to-day brought in -e-en-fo
emunls for the men bent on m.s
c i. l tc-morrow. It was only at the
las', moment, wheu the presence ol
t . e crowds presaged serious danger,
t. the governor yielded to -repeated
r-vUestsof ordeny citizens ui bota
par ies and called oui the miUla.
he Serireant-at-arms. Sowers, had
in in Jack China. Jim U lihams. ;
K - .Lillard and olbnr
It ib also reuorted
tl. armed men bad Immq collecting in
I ... capital for two ar three days, witfi
a -vie a- to take charge of lae joint A
A company from Lexington and ttte
tsvule Legion, 3iM strong, will
early iu the Horning. Gen. Col-
lie. lis in commad.
uard s surround the Scale liouse
a oertnil no one ui Stale oil.u r
fa .ators, Kepremrf.vu.uvis .aim oth
h.. nir A Pilimtltlilbtliul hifrbl :.. .u k
S -iiator BronsUa came u.,
Governor's oiiico ud as-t.i ay uei" nard Wat sevaral of the
was deoarred froia the Siate Uouse. :-eo-town drug stores and various
wuo was the peace .tticer of ihe Suacotber f1008- nd ter system varies
an.. liy the militia hu.il been ordered oul-v in minor details, governed by
out. H-3 then told the Governor be the fircumsUnces under which she
c . .d see affidavits that would be Lied "r gentle touch. It is safe to
1 j ice Souatt to-nuirroM . iliic vi
d ;i .y referred to an effort to impeach !
Gov. Bradley by the Senate, which
h.:- ben threatenoii all da v.
.1 m excitement in the city is great, j aolK Ps. uiooe democrat.
a . . .the streets a re tilled Witfi peoplo j
r.'o j.ttie appivii,ii:on is foil. ! Uai From Kawdust.
.v.ji hunuivd a.i mcu solaei s will be TV re are several Urge lumbermills
Le, . mi Hie nio:u:jitr. and -H is hoped j,, Jseronto, Canada, And the : town
t y will Ihj ab.o io preterve ,,eace. ,., jm-tially lighted by gas obtained
. . i the Populist, has j rouiisuu lo ( ,u:. sawdust from thn. The -saw-v..
e or Boyie to-aiori-ow , in niih us: js charged in retorts, which .are
. tuo latter wtii like.y beeiee.... .. by a wood fire. The gas from
m it -vorts passes into a series of
L.; le: But ob, iny! J'ntiy a-.- c-il-. .and thence into the purifiers,
v-;.' aid. Try Dr. Sawyer's Litilo wlm-fe aro similar to those used :for
'VVi i Awake Pills and yuu win be coal gas. Lini-i is used sis a purify
jx;i .. ctly satisfined. They .cure indi- ing aucnt. The plant U not a ery
i-.-.U.n. Sold atJ. Maple Wilson's
The Noses of Maries
C.tveland and Francis by shrewu
in.!... gement were able to induce Kss
tuj.. -M) men from the State to attend
tn -.-ound money" convenui:i iu o .
Lj- This meeting, it is said, as
.e purpose of counting nues. If;a.idthe gas is an ordinary burner
i and stone should asK liie -nu-r
. .he State to mee' likiu .u ou
Lj.i:? lor tue purpose ol bavirg .ueir
liuffi CvU.hiied, it WOU1U .4u. i..O
m -!: ;
loy a ha. I u ...j . n0ui.t ,
; !sjt wouid i,r . iV in m i
, Wise o
ll 1 l.u
live luar -ii
. i .
fi .: :
i i .
hoJse. .l a ;
tv) il il.tit ul.
portion o. . . .
duciv iu u
look lor ;a it.
BUt 11 ll.OU ,
and a-i..j e
well, JOOh. on
got to say."-
! SHE BORROWS CAR FARE. !
Unique Business of a Woman with a
a 1 . . i i.i.. .1. .i
j ol trim figure and neat appearance is
I borrowing car for a living inSt. Louis
j USl DOW' U i3 a new bwineaa, but
! ner remarkable success will probably
j cause others to emulate her example,
and competition, aided by a moderate
activity on the part of the police may
! stagnate traue
The ease with which the petitecreature
j doet her work is pestively refreshing,
and the man who would kick aga.nsl
contributing at least lite to the system
has no appreciation of a good thing,
Her method is simple and satisfying.
She goes to one of the large hotels, a
swell saloon or a big office building
and does the best she can - incidental -
ly she does everybody she can also.
YeflterdHV .it the Plantr' Kho h,.a.
ed up looking for her husband; whom
she called -"Colonel," and whom the
seemed real vexed at. The Colonel,
she declared, had became separated
from her down-town, and thoughlless-
I.V lelt Her without car fare. She felt
"put out," inleed she did. If she
only could meet some one she knew
who would lend her 10c? Such person
would win the lasting gratitude of the
Colonel -nd herself.
Men who have got far enough along
in the world to frequent the Planters'
are up -to snuiT, generally speaking.
They know a hawk from a band saw
with their eyes shut. Perhaps it would
have been better if they .bad had their
ukat yesterday, for now it is gen
- ally -conceded that it was the little
lady smile that did the business.
Auynow. we crowd Bmoied over
lu - t serve her, and loaded herdown
wuu quarters and halves. She was
assured that it wouldn't do for a lady
(o be down town with barely enough
to get home on, and that her husband
could fix it, etc. One insistant.gentle
ar-iman "ectea an acquamianco with her
M- . ....
!uu"uia, me colonel, aad smiled gal
j lauily as he dropped a dollar in her
Hand. U! course saexudn t work the
rowd all at once; she picked. he. vic
Iium And a comparison .of notes
lailrard showed that she bad cleared
up about 815 on the day's wor-k.
; nay that if ner success continues she
I ... : 1 1 u i i i
cuuusosw iaro o ouy a
X ;n t ; j
I"" rwuuaa, uu wui soon oo nu
jingon a general manager's or a presi-
large ne, ana it only Kirns out .540
m - jters .of as per day, for which
about i.vo 'o -is "f sawdust are -re-
yuii - . - U - A m:i,. and boy furnish all
luo .al., n,-. utd at the works. The
bort quality of gas comee from re-
juu, woods. One hundred kilo-
jruumt - js.of sawdust leave a residue
0f kiloerammes of charcoaL
g.vt-s as illumination of about eighteen
cmdle-power. Engineering and Min-
Th. ! " . orld for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
I. v. r sores, tetter, chapped hands,
ci.:.i lains, corns, acd all skin erup
tiins, and positively cures piles, or no
pay lvquired. ft is guaranteed to give
1 i lect satislaction or money refunded
i-.ee 2.5 tents per box. For sale a
1 iineer& Haman.
Noted Apple Tree.
A corespondent of the original ap-:.-
tree from which the variety known
s iinmes' Golden Pippin has been
siriliiited is still standing two miles
n; V.'el':burg, W. Va., at the head
'.ep ravine. The tree is about
I'.i' yearsold, and Mr. Thomas Grimes
.- wno originally brought the fruit -to
..a uo.iee, has but recently died. The
a tnr is untrimmed, neglected, and
- iay ; shows many signs of ago and decay,
sl.ii s. 1 and there is nothing about it to indi
...,:.i.g jcate that it is the parent of the trees
ui.iu ! scattered all over the world, for even
ia Australia Grimes' Golden is a fa
mous apple. Garden and Forest.
THE WARD MEETINGS.
j The Republicans Met 1 n All the Wards
Thursday Ni:iht and Nominated
Candidates for the Council.
Pursuantto thoeall of the Republican
City Central Committ?e the voters of
the differentwards met Thursday night
and nominated candidates for Coun
cilmen. The following named gentlemen
First Ward Henry L. Hunze,
SECOND Ward August Bierwirth.
Third Ward William H. Wenning
er. Fourth Ward Fred Glover,
World Vital Statistics.
The seventy-two races inhabiting the
j '' --' - ""' in
; "'W4 different tongues, and confess to
I aU,ut h0ou li,on-- Th numbur f
meD and WOmen 1S wrv neaH-V e(ll,a1'
tne average longevity of both sexes
bejng only .'5ri years, about one-third
of the population dying before the age
ef 17. Moreover, according to the
most careful computations, only one
person in 100.000 of both sexes attains
the age of 100 years, and only s?x lo
seven in 100 the age of 60. The lotal
population of the eaith is estimated at
abou. 1,200.000.000 souls, of whom 32.
14,000 die annually i. e., an average
of 'Jf,84S a day, 4.020 an hour and 67
a minute The annual number of
births, on the other hand, is estimated
at 30,792, that is, an average of 100,800
a day, 4.200 an hour and 70 a minute.
Generally, taking the entire world,
married people live longer than single,
and those who have to work hard for
their living longer those who do not,
while also the average rate of longe
vity is higher among cLrilized than
uncivilized races. Further, people of
large physique live longer than those
of small, but those of middle size beat
both. New York Medical Record.
The nouck Alley.
There has beena great deal of street
talk about the action of the City Coun
cil in ordering the Houek alley case
dismissed. The talking ia being done
by people who know nothing about
the history ei this case.
The suit to open this alley was insti
tuted under the old vcity charter and
the law then required tke city to pay
all the damages for the property con
demned as well as the court costs.
The city lawed Mr. .Houek for two or
three years and paid out in court costs
about three hundred -dellars with the
end net yet in sight.
In the mean iime thecity abandoned
its old charter and went into a city of
the third class. Under this law the
city government must now be govern
ed, and under this law the condemna
tion of property for opening an alley-
must proceed as the law directs. This
law specifically directs the way of pro
ceed uro. It 6ys that the abutting
property the property benefitted by
the alley epenitg shall pay all dam
ages to the property owners whose
property is condemned for alley pur
poses, together with the court cjsts.
This being the case the City Council,
after a thorough investigation and
due consideration ordered the city at
torney to dismiss the case.
If the property owners abutting
that alley want the alley opened the
law lays down the course for them to
pursue. They can ha-ve the alley
opened but they must do the paying.
The tax-payers of the city are net wil
ling to see their money illegally
squandered for the benefit and con
venience of a few property owners.
What benefit would the opening of the
Houek alley be to people residing a
block away? None. Then why should
they be asked to contribute their money
faa- that purpose?
People who know the history of this
case know that the City Council did
its duty when the city attorney was in
structed to dismiss the case.
The Dollar Went Through.
A letter passed through the Louis
ville Post-office to-day that attracted
attention in the department It was
from a St. Louis firm containing a
price list. Through the letter an eye
let had been clinched, and also through
a crisp new dollar bill. A piece of
cotton rope ran through both eyelets
and held the dollar, which was a gen
uine bill, loosely in place upon the
outside of the envelope. "It seemed
to say," said Postmaster Weaver, "if
Jyou want me take me without breaking
pen the letter. Lpon the envelope
in flaming letters was printed the St.
Louis firm's address. Although the
letter passed through the hands of a
number of mail clerks, the bill was
crisp when it arrived with the letter at
the Louisville office this morning.
The evident idea is to draw attention
to the letter. Louisville Times.
The Water Turned On and Went i
Through the Pipes Into all the ;
Rooms in the Public School. i The GoddeSS Cf Liberty
Monday night some scoundrel went j tQ Qe Married SOOn.
into the basement of the public school
building bent on mischief. He turned ; MUs Ann. Wi,JS!,ms, whoBe proflIe
the water into the boiler from the p:pe ; l9 on Every siivt-r !-ltar.
connecting with the water works main j The aDUtulnLVnltllt, tIi:it ,hl. Goddess
and left it turned on. The boiler, ti e j of Ulwrtv j3 about lo man.iea
steam pipes and tUo radiators '!i-'d ! bas an.u-ed new interest in the woman
full to overflowing and the water leak- jwhosei;tls known to mow people
ed out into all the rooms. When ;he j than th;tt of any other wman on lhe
janitor arrived at the school there u.is , Amjriuaa continent. Everv man,
water all over the floors in the bund ,vom.in, ur(.hild who has a silver dol
ing. The janitor turned the water j Uf ,he h:indst.me pr(iule of
off and in about two hours had the ! tllePhliadt.phia PL.ho,(1 ,eacher, Miss
rooms cleaned up. j Anja w Willlllln!i.
TI A- 1 a 1 !. . '
lie party wno turnou uie a.eron,
evidently had it in for the janitor and !
he adopted that method to ito i.;m !
Wues In Mexico.
There are really no wages iu Mexicu.
Ail wording people take what ut.v can
get, that is. what the employer c,i
to pay. Wage workers make s.
that there is no incentive to ihriit. ..t,
stimulation of energy, 'lhe cias.-es
are the rich and the poor; thi:-o ;s eo
middle class. More hopeful:, r
haps, it might be said that a. m.uu.c
class is just beginning to foim. ihvy
who see no hope of iudeienu-i.c-.-. or
amn nf nmutl li.in..e niliii-ilit'
no ambition. As soon as tne-, eiui , p v (pewpie lovingly obstructed stories ol
..... " 'sign for Uie reverse slu - oi ti.e iw!.., , . .
very little money they quit then- uu- . , wonder aLouttl.cn..
ployment and squander iu Many .-in- W"!cu h"nj,vs 1 U,c Am I As an ideal St. Patrick will alwawa
ployers make money, but the.r pros- -atiei.uon "as l:"'" j be noiptul le imanu and lo all peo
v , tur.itd to the o.Ltr s.ut. ui t. . . , mit..i
perity is based on the dcgruuat.oh oi : . . . ! p.. who love goouness and self-sacrt-
; , . , , 'lu.iied tne hi-au slit.Uii. be U:c repi.-i . . . . . ., ,!
labor. The men who do the heay . . , ! ! me. It is an lut-ai. and not merely
, . . . Setitutlol. Oi .-utile Allium at. 1. ad , , ,... .!;; .
work in the mines of Mexico rec-.w ' . , . ia? a sxinbol ai a certain religion or a
not more than 5c to$l a day in AieXi- " : particular peop.e, that a day in honor
can money, or 40c or 50c in actual
money; for agricultural labor, there
never is a quotable rate; hackmen aau )
waiters at restaurants depend aiui-.s,
wholly on "tips," which custom male's '
small, and the half niouby o. tne'
country smaller; house servauts t-vi
from 92 to $5a month rarely the hin-:
er price. And let it be borue iu m.au ,
that this is a silver-money coui..i-y.
and that most things excep". labor
bear high prices. Portland Orev-l
The Ferry Kranrhlse to be seul. u
We get the following from Tuesday 's ;
Cairo Daily Argus:
Mr. lUehard Carroll, of Capt Girar-'.
deau, is here to attend this session. !
with the view of securing a ferry ii-
cense at that point. The ferry prn .-,
leges there are peculiarly situaieu ai
present Carroll & Woods have li-
cense from the city of Cane Girardeau
but none fromthis county, while Juden
& Cauble have licensi. from this cou..-j
tv. but none from the cAtv of C..-
Girardeau. Mr. Carroll brings mes
sage, that tiie city will give the latter
firm license, if the county will give his lrj H ls ,ti lll'T nP "d ia..-, ;
firm license. This appears to be a ' w,Ul ' 1 ' s- iy i UU; iG.vciau.ai.
good basis for a compromise and j hel' n i" ' wi,,ch ,s Ai'n"' he'" c.-oah-probably
will effect a settlement of the ' ,r, ?1o,'.v- ls 'i ior, abun.l-
Tnattr Ir f'ori-r.ll-c n Hn..,. M ,.
Woods, is a prominent farmer of-
Santa Fe, this county.
The president of the board of aldvr-
men in New York, a few days ago, ; The many friends of Sadie and Fred uflij rlbj alid xu, irulll view would
after performing the marriage cere- j Kaj mond will be pleased 10 iearn j make a ra2tll ,.t tT l,v i,;U8h. Yet the
mony for a couple, gave them this lec- ! that these two clever people are meet- i garment was co .-o a full even
ture: I inff ith immense success in their new r ... .,.P1 lln ,h
"You will not escape the difficulties.
the anxieties that seem to b- Ket all
mortals. If you make up your minds
to be true to each other you may re-
duce their effect to the minimum,
Avoid all bickerings and accusations:
be tolerantof each other's weaknesses:
overlook, or, at least, be charitable of
each other's tailings. In time this
will bring you nearer to eacn other.
It will blend your lives and banish lhe
thought that wedded life is not conson- i
ant with liberty. Tenderness and for-j
bearance are attributes of pure love. J
which alone can make marriage a sue- j
cess and adorn it with all that is bright I
and beautiful. You seem to possess j
intelligence above the average. Show
by your lives that you can be b;;ttor j
thfln thft avApa crc
Gov Morrell on Prohibition.
Governor Morrell of Kansas says
he has come to the conclusion in;.
prohibition is not the best system fi'.:
making people temperate, and ho does
not think that prohibition ever will
prohibit. But he is not opposed to
prohibition. He says it has do!;.- a
great work for temperance in Kan.-as,
but it doesn't prohibit. He :!.-:.::
Statecontrol of the liquor traiiic v ui
settle the problem and abo'i.-l. ;-;v .i
loon. So long as peepie ai Ik; nor
they will get it in some way. he .-ay.-,
and he believes the temper;ii.e,j j.w ....
could accomplish more by mo-fti - vi
sion and co-operation with th-.- at.t'.
than through prohibition.
t, t..vnlv v(,..s sin thft ,.,,.-
blonde girl became world famous. It
ji then staled that Miss W.lliams"
pi-r.liic was the original of the Goo
uess of Libi.-rty n that mitc'i abue
m.:c'i aiimned and equally much d s
liiCfil Butnd silver dollar. The story
o ho-.v Mis.s Williams came io le the
Goddess oi Liberty cat: Ih iiilu.
now thai ,t is said that be -oon is
to b come a brice.
In the early part of 1S76 the tr-acury
dcii&rtiuoiil secured, ths-ouli comiuu-1
iuc.it. o'l iuh the royal mint o' rii
lami. the r-ei ViCes tr a clivel" Jonng
designer and engraver nameu Gt.rg
Mo:'aii. After niat.y nioulhM.i-l.ibor
It was a loi:g st-areh. il.ouj..
ent. il. lold his liicu- o
dt-sii,-, and one o: tnem sp.-ke
civ.si.j beauty oi Miss Aukii . ... aaj
The English Cts.gr.ei wasii.tioi.uc
to sh. girl
n.. . ...
lmp.-etted by her beautuu fact- a.ui
staiidu-d it caixlnlly. Al'c
t djs the design was con.pi: i -t..
Morgan v. as nJ.i.t'ia.
ue-.-i.iivd tuat Miss '. ... l.
was :lio luosl nearly jj.rfct h
e.er seen. Ilio ubsigl; i.;: tli" i.;
Sliver uoi.ar was auo-picu u .
ress, and so the stiver uoiia -s ..
b.uii pouring from the minis an t..
y.j.s adorned with th state... i.:c
a lLuki-r Cit maid 1..
M . ,
a Willis. ms . decidedly aio.e
y u womati. Mif ....; i
uarutu s.ieei, not liir .roai lt-e CUOo!
,n ttnu;n ,or -vea, s 8fto ua9 em-
P10Jea us aD "Jstructor m pnilosophy
I auJ ni,i'lh',as iu th" kindergarten de-
l,:u'tmt'nU Tuo features of Miss Wil -
; ui ;i oou pro.i-.apn.
! Siit- is slight? -
:' 'ini.lil anu o: woruu r.i i
lig?:ti:ess of tr-xlure, ih? soft coil ;i.
; wntcn she wears
in being esjK'ciaii
j 'auy the Missouri Girl.
; comedy "Daisy" the Missouri Girl.
j The piece has been a success from the'
i start. It is one of those homelike'
plays on the order of Denman Thonij -
i son s 'Old Homestead" that aluavs
please. It is a well written story,
: full of comical situations and strong
! climaxes, full of sparkling a, ..,
! reparte and has been the nu ..:is o;
putnug rrea ano aauie i.n
! the very top of the ladn. r
cals. They have aire:;
dozens of offers from
theaters for the proCur
1 lay. Opera House.
March 2fth. Regular .
&" -md "0 cents.
A Himinoti.i for. .. .
: Wiliii,. -.
supplied with mi'
f . - . '
-; . iii:
of ; sight is for game
' -,. ij.,r-
' . ;.. . ... i! : USeu
..i p;.u at.a:k ; '.ing the
p. i- tt .on
uglit. Army and Navy Journal.
Who was St. Patrick? The histo
rians do not know much about him.
They know there was such a man.
They say his real name was probably
Succath; that he was born either at
Boulogne, in Franco, or Kilpatrick. in
Scotland. They tell us he was twice
carried captive to the shores of I reland.
The second time he took it as a call
from heaven to preach the gospel
there. He did this so successfully
that prosterity has sainted him and
taken him for an ideal.
Two other facts are noted about
this man, and they have probably
more to do with his idealization by
the common people than anything
else. He gave away all the estates
that a grateful people bestowed upon
him, for the founding of churches,
cloisters and schools. In his day the
cloister was God's almoner (o the
poor. And he fought against slavery
wiln all the strength that was in him.
Every year ''lives" of Su Patrick
are published at he time of the celo
bration of his lestival. No doubt a
great deal that is contained in these
accounts is iaiagiuary. Like most
ol lhe great chai aclers of the Middle
Ages, a beactiiui if child like mythol
oJ grew up arouuu his memory.
I r.very couniry an ancient hl9-
i tory has such cnaraetwrs -in its pop-
uiar legends. It was in the process
oi idealizing these great men that the
ol S . Patrick is uow celebrated in an
Tha rVrr Llcenj Attain,
chances are now that we will
two regularly licensed ferry
. ... .
a. l.ru have agreed to issue a license
. Carroll & Woods as soon as the
1. j Council ut this city issues a
. v i.8 to Juuen Si Cauble. Follow
is what tli C airo Daily Argus of
j'.-..tei uay sas:
"mo uearing on the application for
i. i 1 y Ucenso at Cape Girardeau oc-t-u,
iev. uearly the entire fornoon. It
Mas iiaally determined that the county
nouiu ipoug nu.uflQ iv nation u.
t.,.. . . . . .
1 vv oods when the city of Cape Girar-
- i , . ,
" .icu issued license to Juden &
.... . .... . O.L. I r..l11 Mr
An Kdltor'a View of Things.
At a recent theatrical entertainment
! in our city, says the editor of the
! "Central Guard," we sat behind a
! young lady , a visiting stranger. She
!r. a very beautiful j-irl, well devel-
.;s.u, possessing a voluptuons form,
i.aiui-es that a Hebe might envy.
.. a.tracted marked attention, not
iucii ly the charms of her person
.. vij ;l.t jK.cniiar.ly ot her low-necked
.. . -. Suck r the brevity of the
(,.111. eVv thai both shoulders were ex
lKed, so at times one c ould see under
tuv.' arminls, v.ii.1- ;ue V shaped
, ex 0 t,.. back Mow the
!,,,.,. ... -.ahionable srx-ietv
xilt; wa admired aua even envied. If
lu b.ootuers had entere.1 the
.a bou w0id ha?e been
i,..n.i...i Tt m.t. itiirwnn sn
i L huh end ia on xhihitlon
h ... al n, HhfHrked at a lnw-nwkAH
t r p,.ov,ded itdoes not eo below
, lha. i,,,. (.v i.
bloomers although no limbs are ex
posed. What is needed in this country
is a law to prevent women from ex-p.i.-ng
their wish bone to their waist
a:iJ their ankles up to their hips.
When people go to a 6how they don't
w.i. t the attraction on the stage
rvlipsed by the "living pictures" in
t' c audience.
Or. A. P. Sawyer; Dear Sir: Mrs.
;...n;burg induced me to tryyourFam
i u i.ure, I was greatly benefited by it
j .n J 1 recommended it to every lady
' i ;n poor health. Respectfully.
.-oiu at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore.
M s-lou In . hrlsl's Kilscopal Church
T.Kt-e will be a mission held in
.Christ's church- next week by the
iRev. W. Ritchey, of Old Orchard,.
, Mo. The mission will continue three
days, beginning on Tuesday the 24th.
Services as follows: On Tuesday
morning at 9:30, Holy Communion,
3:3) p. m. Devotion and Instruction.
7:o0 p. m. Sea vice and Sermon. The
same order each day. To all these
services the public is most cordially-invited.
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