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DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PublisHsrs.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1897.
VoI.oXXI No 46
Its Itailroad Interests and" Pros
pects. Editor Democrat: This city, back
in the seventies, between the time
work stopped on our railroad and
Stoddard. Xew Madrid. Dunklin and
Pemiscot on the south, and the north
ern portion of Alexander county,
If we ran not have a whole wheel
let us have a ha!f one. with spokes
j running south, west and north, their
when Mr. Houck breathed r.Pic iif in i terminals and headquarters in this
to it, passed through the most trviaL' j city' ,c"ved eontrollcd.inllueneed and
period of its history. Kntcrprisedud ; ilnim;lt -d b.v interest and enter-
a natural death, property depreciated I J'"- Thilt wouW bussness sens.-,
in value and went begins without a ; lr ""t--ivli:-tnts say they sell goods by
bidder: merchants were failimr and K'1'5 :iS c,K'aP :,s tI,e" (,u in SI-
bankrupt business was brisk: taxes went :
unpaid, people lived on credit and
numbers moved away, men gazed with
that faraway look cthat 1 tokens ;
stagnation, age. and dispair. In truth, jplk'' siiyinS' I'ng haul and longer
tbfl town was finished all save .r,l ' "ei-iu mu. iwn me l otion lJelt
L--'.-s, !'i;it h ing true, country mer
chants would soon lisid it to their in
terest to send their produce to this
tiiai'Kei ii'.iU .OceiVe b.trk their MIp-
fe-ueeto convert it into a rich pasture
field. What caused all this gloom
and living Jeath? Xot stinginess:
for we had placed on our shoulders a
railroad debt of nearly :$(J.00U It
was nothing 5iut want of confidents'' in
ourselves. In other woids waiting
for some .jnverty stricken ficticious
company U.;omo and build our rail
road'andirs.ndlit back in running-arder
free of change. That is really vkat it
amounted to. We ought to know
bv this tinre that railroad -companies
are not cLb rlered to run elemosynary
institutiors. Help came! didn't it?
Yes. and':ame witnin a inch tf steal
ing our present railroad, and had
they been successful it w::!d have
knocked the last prop from under our
prosperity, and our propo-ty would
not be vorth our tax bills, t'.xperier.ce
is a costly school, and sensible peo
ple ought to profiit by its teachings.
We have been through the mill
once a-rd ground pretty line. For a
second time we are sitting on the edge
of the i:opr ready to V.ppel over
between the mill atones. Hold on.
Stop 4-nd tliink.
W- us.'d t,j send committees to
Thetw.s Alien and others to'hicago,
all ir whon reported failure. In fact
they ffcrc working at the wrong end
of ttt line. Our latent delegations
have interviewed Col. Feixlyce. a gon
tlemt.n of some prominent?, but one
that has no more power to bind his
employers than the individuals that
consult him. Will we never learn
sens-:? What docs a tronk line with
hiincreds of miles of track and St.
Lov as a tei minai est re for a v.avside
stiiti inV Xothing, onl.r'o milk it.
Ie Mr. Allen s tune we were threat
ened with Alienville becoming a great
city- drawing all the trade of this
county to that place. Fins it done it?
Xo, yet it ha- tiie full benefit of two
trun': lines. Where is it to-d; v? Too
dead to skin. Trunk lints act a a
wet Xlaiiket on all enterprises at their
way stations. Do you want one
spreixJ over you here? Tnink of this
serie'-sly. Xotwithstaneing all our
costly experience our people are get
ting jitto the same old rat. looking
for some christian corporation to
build -;i road to our city und spend a
qua '! million dollars for our sole
use lvr.etit. You are again work
in at ti;e wrong end of the j inc.
To b'-ing the Cotton licit here will
cost otr people ?."i0.tiOil dollars for
frontage. Have we that amount to
give as a bonus? They won't even
give you bonds for it. As business
thinking men we had better look this
motter square in the face and make
projter arrangements that will pay
for our outlay. Suppose for a mo
ment the Cotton Belt comes here,
what benefit will we derive? We will
be a way station like Alienville. Delta
as a way i-tation has had the benefit
of three independent trunk lines, a way
station for each of them. yet. we do
not hear of corner lots going at fab
ulous prices, or any merchantile or
manufacturing enterprises ljeing es
tablished there. Xothing but a sta-
i hen tne (
and other trunk lines would be anx
ious to tap this live, enterprising,
self-sustaining -city and thai without
Some people misjudge Mr. Houck
and call liiju selfish and grasping.
Concede it. Yet, you are bouird to
admit he ha? iiecn the means of bring
ing large sums of money, to this
city and in working hard to increase
the infloo. Yet. unwittingly, you
damn n; t:e millrace tliatdr:r;s your
gristmill. Tie ha built a roy.d that
has enrif&ed a number of or busi
ness men and enabled their. o erect
some of the finest business houses
and v.-icences of their i'ur in the
State. His little bid mile railroad
has enabled you to open wholesale
houses, .iven our peopie V' means
to build line residences, streets, elec
tric lurKt jdant-j. batiks and bank ac
counts. and pay our railroad. Xormal.
public ehool. water and sinking fund
taxes. aikI still vou t:nd fault with
PROF. JOHN S. M'GHEE.
CRISP HAS HIS WAY.
him- nod try to paralyze the hand
that f-.fds us. Some thoughtless
sons tUarge him with obstructing the
enterance of the Cotton 14ell into tfcis
city, vrogivss of the twn, etc. All
in the face of the fact that he is strain
ing every nerve, his mt;ey and his
credit to give us two mure lines of
communication with the richest agri
cultural section in tbj West: and
when he asks for a little timely help
you vtynsider the outlay a doubtful
investment. Would it not be far bet
ter and more business-like
merchants. bankers and
holdf.T-s to niivt together and of their
owu motion take SNMKX of the Scott
county road bonds. That would in
sure the speedy entry of another line
of railroad into our eitr and tlierebv
Vorcslalit and I'rnsperlty.
It may be taken f-r granted that all
all citiiens. ex ept a few politicians
who plait! party above ever- other
consideration, ate looking forward
hopefully for letter times. But last
ing jM'os)crity dues not come by ac
cident. Befoiv U. can arrive tin- basis
for it must Ix; laid by appropriate
legislation, and su-eessive stei. wise
ly taken, must lead up to it. Theor
ists can not in' trusted to bring it
;!t:mt. fior haphazard remedies be
risked when 1 lie result may be fresh
complications. A great political mis
take was made in '.yl. j is needless
to teli the the starv anew, or to recite
all the tvils that have followed in its
irain. They are so many and so se
rious that the chance of future blun
ders of the same kind is lessened, and
this may be an item of some impor
tance on the credit side.
It is through the steady application
of an intelligent and prudent foresight
that prosperity will return to the
country, and happily it has been ex
erted already to some purpose. The
election of last year was a look ahead
by the people for tour years. They
selected a party and a set of princi
ples to represent their views of the
outlook, and gave it the emphasis of
a large majority The change in pol
icies they decreed is about to take'
place under circumstances indicating
that it can le accomplished without
: .l.-i.... i .... . r
for our I ' ious iicia . -v an cicuieiii ui jh o;
property j I-11 v ,l!e nisiory ami prestige 01 ine
llepubliean party are of great impor
tance. It has carried the cou-'ry
through the most serious crise : :id
shown the highest skill in ha.;i.::.:ig
the finances of the government. I
Henry'IIulm uud Wife surprised
by- Their ;Krli'iid.
Wednesday, March Ilrd thirty year
ago Henry Uuhn aaJ Mis Barbara
salaried oftlrials of Jackson County ! looking package to President Clev. - j Kutln nit-d in t!i holy
with a sharp stick. Umt week he in- j hind to-day. 'It was an ofheial envel-! ,"nJs "f niatrimony and on the
trodueed a bill in the House to lop off j ope containing aTreasury warraut.in ; owion "l tUe tiiirtietli anni versary
r.early .". per cent from the salary of his favor 83.HW.67, being" Mr. Cleve-1 of that event the fiends of Mr. and
every county otlieial. The introdee-1 land's last month's balary as Presi-! Mrs- ,Iuh" marched in upon them
tion of the bill caused consternation I dent of the United States.' j about ou-hundred strong to remind
them or tim fai-t that they had ben
oflice. and delivered to! 1,1 -ho "leuus were accompanies uy
the disbursing ollieer at ! the West Knd Glec CIub whkh wa"
Is liosc-n to succeed unun-ssaian A l-avoruble ln-porton Ills 1:1.1 t ut-j He ltec.1 ved 1 . 1 .(IT lor February
Vandlver as President ol the t,nK salaries. Yesterday.
Normal. j JkkkkKSON CiTY, Mil., Feb. 2'!. - j W.?HtNJTiX, D. C.Feb. i. The
The resignation of ongressman j 'ol . John T. Crisp is after the high j United Slates Treasurer sent a mode-rt
Vandiver made vacant the President's
chair in the Southeast Xormal school
ami the trusbi-s of tin; institution
have appointed Prof. John S. Mc
fhee to till the vacancy. Prof. Mc-
Ch,'e has lxvii coniie-et'-d with the
Xormal seventeen years and he is
therefore familiar with the duties
that will lie required of him as presi
dent of the. Faculty.
Prof. C. M. Hall of Dexter, has
lieen eppointed to till the chair vaca
ted bv I W. McGhec.
in Kansas City and Jackson County, j It was taken to the White House by !them of "' that tin
Fx Senator Allen and "others were J.Mr. C. . i.M.n -i me-senger :n t:ie'r-l:i:1 f,v '!',:
hastily dispatched to
to fight the bill.
Last night the House Committee on
Iletrenchment and Reform held a pro
tracted minting which was not devoid
of excited argunr-nts for and against
the bill Col. Crisp evidently had the
best of it for when the committee final
ly voted on the bill it was in favor of
its passage. It was so reported to the
House this morning.
secureu ;o itirafni u,j
the '.Vhlie House. Foilowintr his i
usual custom, the President will in. wedding anniversary
insure the future growth and srosper- ! fms iteeiveil the treasury etnpty. witn
. credit low. and handed it back again
to overflowing, with credit at the
highest point. Its tariff V.av
strengthened the n:t.i.iii ;i i ;:r,. , i : i ! i
Houck that much for nothing, but :ls vvl1 imancially. Any of t.ur.i
that is not the fact. He will grade and ! h;ls ,een infinitely lietter than the
tiejthe road himself. mirchas- steel i ehawtic medley of stiecial protection
rails with what vou subscribe, over
ity of this place and our busines in
terests. Our people will do well to i
consider this matter in their counting!
room' . It may look like giving Mr. j
A Modest Oflire Seeker.
In the di-trict which (-'ongressman
KM is, ol Oiegon, represents aro two
presidential pfst otliees, Astoria and
Portland. Only two, remember, for
that is the point of this story.
The other day, while Mr. Kllis was
seated at his desk in the House, a
card was handed to him. He went in
to the lobby and found a yound man.
Forthwith the said yonng man pro
ce -.led to address Mr. Kllis in this
"Mr. Kllis. I have come to the con
clusion that I want to go West. I
think that the climate will agree with
me and t hat then; is a chance out there
for me to make a living. I have saved
a little money, but I do not want to
take any risk of not finding employ
ment. I have coiiik to you. therefore
with a suggestion. Mr. McKinley
knows my father very well, and I
think that he also rcmcmlHTS me Xow.
if I could go out 1o Oregon as post
master of Astoria I would settle there.
and I am sure Mr. Me'vinley would
appoint mi; if you will only recom
The yhung man go: no further in
his sn-ech. Mr. Klli-. who is very
tall, looked down i.pon hi visitor
with a paralyzed star', and then,
turning on his heel, walked back into
tin; House without laving a word.
dorse it anil deposit it with his bank-j
ers lor collection.
The President receives his slary of
."0.(HW a year in monthly instalments
of $4.1!ti.ti7. In order to make the
monthly payments come out even
is paid -fJ.liiii.li'. for each of three I
months and $4.Itii.ii7 for each of t'ne
remaining nine months. The out-'o-t
ing President receives the salary ,;
the oliic; up to midnight of March .'!.
when the salary of the in-coming
President Ijegins This arrangement
was made many years ago. because
the Treasury does not recognize, any
fraction of a day in the payment
President Cleveland ha-, received
his salary to March 1 on an "ac
countable warrant,' and his salary
for the first three days of March will
be paid on what is known as a ".set
tlement warrant. "showing ihathe has
received s'ioO.OOO for his four years'
Mr. Cleveland holds the smallest
warrant that was ever issued by the
Treasury Department. It amounts
to one cent, and was isssiu.-d to him to
cover balance dw on his salary for
June. l'X). He has never cashed
warrand and probaly will hold it as
DIED AT SILVERTCN.
: and free trade which now burdens the)
which will roll hundreds of thousands I energies of the people and adds to a
of dol'.Mi-s in ii-nfit.,lle tea.!.. t. .-..iin- i deticit for which there is no excuse. !
burse vou for the outlay. ;
IVtit .furors Drawn lor May Term of !
( li cuit iiuri and oitimon !
lIe:.s ourt. I
Appi---Creek John S. Davis. Itob-
f.ivebargc-r. Charles Sievers.
i....' -Auum ii. ('overt i'auiel
Milde. Jas Miller. Judson M.Bandol
,'aH- (iirardeaii Hy. Meystedt. Jr..
Kdward Kegenhardt, Aug. Shivelbine.
August Kemp -r. Henry Bush. Phillipp
A far more settled feeling prevails
throughout the United States nowthan
during the preceeding three years.
The gold reserve hasl-een replenish. .
:and the fears of lln; H oph in regard
l'ollcy Toward the MeKmlcv Admin- to values so quieted that they have no
istratlon to Ite Framed. I dssire to exchange other "forms of
Pmi.ADKU'HlA. Pa.. March 1. An j money for gold. Business men are
important conference of the leaders in i able to make estimates for new ven-
this country will be held within a few ; tures with the assurance that the do!
days after the inauguration of Pres- lar will not be bisected, nor go down
ident McKinley for the purpose of with a run to Ponulist oancr issues.
formulating a pollicv to lie conducted
toward the new administration with
reference to its dealings with Cuban
affairs. The date of the conference
has not yet been lixed. nor has the
The result of the election of s'lHi adds
to tho faith that the people are equal
to sudden political emergencies, and
duly cautious about approaching false
lights set by wreckers. Voters were
-F. .!. Sander, Christ San-
Kinder- I Ink Pro tier.
I.ilH-rty 'eter Strong,
lliindol - .e. Ke.-terso:i,
Shawnee - Samuel ( Jaeblei
Welch Herman Macke.
White Water Carmi Steele, C,
.Mrs. s. 1). Cunningham is lleat! and
Her 1'emalns Will be Brought
to This Ity.
A telegram was received here Sun
day announcing the death of Mrs. S.
D. Cunningham, iriee Miss Anna
Greene), daughter of Mrs. Ruth O'
lonogliue of this city, at Silverton.
Colorado. The dispatch brought sad
n-ws to the brother and sisters of tr.e
deceased as well as toa large circle of
Mrs. Cunningham vr.s born ar.d
raised in this city. She was a young
lady who had a host of friends and
tho riws t hc;r depth will c nise in -v
sad hearts to mourn for the deceased
who-was near and dear to a large cir
cle of friends in this city.
Mrs. Cunningham was wenty-tive
years of age. She had been married
about one year and sh leaves an in
fant babe. Her -remains will be
j brought to this citv for interment and
will reach here Saturday. Due
t uie r.'ri'T'! wit! he o-i--n.
friends inarched in at nine o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Huhn were jjreaily .sur
prised. They had not thought of the
anniversary of their wedding. The
recolections of thirty years ago had
jlnotlicen disturbing them and they
kn-:v not what to mane of such a
crowd walking into their house at
such an ueusual hour. But they were
soon madd aware of the fact that the
Ieople who had them surrounded were
their friends and they were there fo
congratulate them on the thirt eth an
niuersary of their wedding.
Tin crowd was cordially received
and a splendid time was bad notwith
standing the great surprise. A num
ber of handsome presents were pre
sented to Mr. and Mrs. Huhn, among:
which we were shown an imported,
china dinner et, handsom ily decora
ted, tii gift of Cairo relatives, a
magnificent onyx parlor lami and
stand, two fancy had made table
lamps and other presents that we did.
At eleven o'clock a sumptuous sup
per was served. The dining room was
pre-ide : over by Rudy Huhn and he
marie it agreeable and pleasant for
all. The tables v.re handsomely
decorated anil they were loaded with
the j.; of everything to. be had in
this r.i.-.rket. The supper was in fact
a regular wedding feast.
After supper the dinning room was
cleared of its furnishings and then a '
dar.ee was had. In this old and
young took part and it was after one
o'clock in the morning before the
party broke up and bid good night Xq
Mr. and Mrs. Uuhn.
:;i i ice
rOMMOX PLKAS CoriiT.
Apple Creek Geo. Howard. G. S. i
Wills. Christian Mirlv.
! Byrd -Henry Rutel. -Win. Bruen-
j ing. Louis Bingeiiheimer. Ily. Kngle-
! A ioveriors llat.
j The Governor or Missiourihas been
' wearing a most outrageous hat during
j the last week. It was given to him
by Adjt. General M. Fred Bell, who
has excellent taste in everything ex
icepthats. The Governor, perhaps.
wouldn't wear it at all if it hadn't
j been presented to him by so good and
; loyal a friend as (Jen. Bell. If a
: casual acquaintance had sent it tohim, i monument.
Gov. Stephens would doubtless have ! with a life-size infantry
Reflections ol a ltaehelor.
Xo woman can love a cat and a mad
at the same time.
I: ' generally when a man is most
pro-perous that he treats his family
In the unhappiest homes the cook
b-uik has as much dust on it as th
If women were angels they would
always be worried for fear the men
would muss their feathers all up.
When a church choir sings an an
them it always reminds you of when
you were little and used to race to
see .vhieh could get through saying
the prayers first. Xew York Press.
c;.-.i:i;l Army I'ost Mononieat.
One of the oii'eers of the Justi
Post Xo. 17.1. Grand Army, showed
us a design for a monument that the
members of the Post intend to
erect "to the memory of our fallen
comrades." at some no distant day.
It is their purpose, as we understand
it. to secure a site for the monument
on the court house square at the most
eligible spot, and there nlaee the
It will be 14 feetin height.
tion agent and a half dozen helpers.
Trains rush in and rush out. begrudg
ing every moment of delay. It used to
be thought that the Illinois Central
would make Cairo a city of a hundred
thousand inhabitants. The bridge
place of meeting lieen decided upon. I not caught bv the iure of cheap money i
It is likely that it will lie held in this ! for everybody, and to decide one'
Cae Girardeau- Louis V. Kloster
mann. If v. I Hun.e. David A. Glenn.
question right is a good start toward ! Joseph Fiu-rth. Wm. Ouade. Hv.
It is the intention of the promoters settling the next in the same manner. I Suedekum.
that there shall he present delegates ; Prevailing conditions are such that j Hubble
from Chicago and other points west, j prosperity is already on the road. ! Wille.
from Boston, Xew York. Washington, j and sagacious measures, with the j Kinder
and trom the Florida towns. Minis-'earnest support of good citizens, will j Li'oerlv
ter Kstrada Paima will be present and ' bring it in before the present year I Randol
J. ii. C. Kcrstner. Oito F.
preside over the proceedings. Among ; runs it
the other prominent Cubans who will,
give advice and take part in the con-!
feivr.ee are: Dr. JohnGuituras.of this
city: Gonzalo de Ouesada: Cliace
John G. Scholz.
A. J. Lindsay. D. C.
j viewed the gift with suspicion and ing at "parade rest." This when com
! stored it away from public gaze: and ! plete will be quite an ornament to our
if it had come from a political enemy j public square, and a lasting credit to
he certainly would have sent it backlgur people.
, by the first train. The hat is of such j On the three sides of the disk there
: gigantic proportions that the Gover- will lie ample space for the names of
nor seems to stagger under it as he every soidier who went to the front
i walks. Its crown is built upon the i from this county.
was built and Cairo has K-come a ' ires ot the luhan Legation at
wav station, and were it not for the ! Washington, and Gen. Julio Sanguily.
fact that it is the county seat. rairo i s days ago released from Mom
.would lie blotted from the map. What j ( :l-"t,e-
made Indianapolis the city it is? Xot i Two Lives saved.
trunk lines, far from it. Look at the j Mrs. PhoebC) Thomas, of Junction
map and you will see Her own local (City. 111., was told by her doctors sin
roads butlt by local capital and en
the compass like spokes of a wheel
had Consumption and that there was , calv t s0,,y
A cannibal chief regarded the
: et of the soubrettes who had
least upon his shores. "And so
i name is Olive':'" he inquired.
'Yes, sir." she replied, timidly.
"And you car. entertain me with the
j popular oj eratic roles'r"
i "Yes indeed!" she exclaimed.
eagerly. "What would your Majesty
Siiav.ii.i-- W. P. Morton. Sr..
Welch Fritz Bock.
White Water Kmaiiuel Hartte. Jas
plans and specifications of a moun- Remember, wo are making history;
tain peak, and when it is crushed in then !t it bo creditable to our gener-
the center it has the appearance of an , ation so that our children will bless
ex'inct volcano. And yet Gov. Steph-: us.
ens seems actually proud of the hat.
lit probably cost more than any other
ihat in Missouri, and must have leen
' made to order. Jefferson City is
! wondering how long the Governor is
'going to wear the h
: (Mo.) Rustic.
AVorth Ton Dollars.
To any family, is Dr. Kaufmann's
book on diseases: finely Illustrated
plates from life: don't lie hutnbuggwd.
but cure yourself. Send tafee 2-cent
TA-banon ; stamps for postage to A. P. Ordway
! & Co., Boston, Mass., and receive a
adiatingto every point Of I " !' 'or ner. :ui two OOltles llr.j The s:i va.re chieftain snii:..il sn:, v.-' v
New Discovery completely!..! think " he obrerved. ..,Ililt i 'will
with that city as a hub. each line j u ' '. - .'' I wait till dinner time, and then we will ' '''1 disputo
tapping the wealth of the rural dis- st.'san Francisco?" suffered from I see Oliveet." '
; The i oiuiiiandei-dcr-iii-i hlef.
Of the Grand Army of the Republic
i Major George S. Merrill. Few rem-
; ei.ies arc lcter known in this vicinity
j than Sulphur Bitters: their sale has Old People.
i bvn very general throughout this Old people who require medicine to
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Dlsolutloh Notice. ' - ',
Notico is hereby given that the .cur
and well-attested cases of beneficial
results and recovery bv their use. is
tricts and pouring their treasures into
the lap of a wide-awake, liberal peo
ple. Is there nothing to be learned
from this object lesson? The same
dreadful cold, approaching Consnmp- ' A rude titter ran through the
tion. tried without result everything , of his Ullsky rollo.vers.-Xew
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... . . : tween ilham Brnening and .PfciTipj)
This medicine does not stimulate and i ,, . . . ., " .
contains no whiskey nor other intoxi- , .. ...
.... ' . ... :ruary2s. is,, dissolved by mvrtnal
rnrit out fl,'t n tome anil -l I tefa . V
five. It acts mildly on the stomach
and in two
WILLIAM BECEXIXG, J
I'HILIPP STOLL.- ;
King s .ew liiscoverv
weeks was cured. -He is naturally:
can be said of St. Ixuis. Chicairo and I thankful. It is such result, of n-h;h ! Ballard's snow-
other cities. True, we do not expect
to rival either of those, but by
thoughtful business management we
can control the business of Scott,
Liniment will Cure
these are samples, that prove the won- Neuralgia. It will also cure Lame
dcrful efficacy of this medicne in j Back. Sore Throat. Wounds Sprains.
Coughs and Colds. Free trialibottles j Bruises. Cuts, old Sors. Ladies, it
at Hainan's drug store. Regular will cure vour back ache. Sold at
size 50c. and $1.00. Wilson's drugstore.
ranks A Twelve Thousand Hollar lee Plant
York i The Board of Directors of the Cape and bowels, adding strength and giv-j
I Brewery and Ice Company held a ingtone to the organs, thereby aiding '
meeting in tne omoe oi tne Drewery , mature in the periormance or tne; Bronchttln. -' . .
and made a contract with a Pennsyl- functions. Elwtric Bitters is an ex- Ballard's Horehound "Sjrop" ibso-' ' 4
vania firm for a twelve thousand dol- eellent appetizer and aids digestion. ; lutely cures Bronchitis and all ' other " js;
lar ice plant. The plant is to be put Old people find it just exactly what diseases of the Throat and Lung 'a. It';-"
. . .-' , . ., ! ! llL 1 K . ... . , ... ' givea instant relief and will -cure the r '
in in time to supply ice the coming ; they need. Price fifty cents per bottle ; orgt cough. It ig m&ntite! Hem' V
summer. at Haman's drug store. ledy. Sold at Wilson' dragstor.. " -
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