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DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publishers.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1S98.
Voi. XXII No 42
TO BE MOVED.
The Board of Directors
Have Dniilcd to Move the i'uirli
Will Hi- I,ii'.-;Mfdiiii the siuriii vaat
In Hi? city Limits.
Tin- ion-- looked f. ! -long nray, d
for -Anns h'i :;1 h, is going t b .
Tin- Board of ;; ree:ors of 1 1 ; - S;iii-h-eastern
District Agricultural Sor'-ty
have :it last moi.til-.-:! the rostrum ami
proclaimed to the stockholders and to
till- p )'. -,, ";) : j-.. s.,,. ...
ca-dcrii Dists ii't ALi-i.-i:;; .:.. i Suet. :
will Ii' -- -I b" h'-ldoii v i-( ,M :.:-'. ;
convenient td the p-ei.!.-. Ti.-'Y ii-h:
:i m-t't i iil' 1;; .-:.i:npii;iy ii
port of a -t : ; i ) ? M ; f i :i j j si I !,:: i to.-oiirli
subscriptions to ill fril y th" i x;. -
of moving' ;: na to V !p p:.:rc. :-..
hew fit'.-. T!nj c::j".ili!itoe":s reni-rt v. a -.
so neouragii'g i!ui i;iJt ;-ii
point"! ;iiiii ai'thoned a untlier :!-.-Ill
1 r to ii-;;i-'.::v,. 'A - j.rom:d a, id al
so to ai: for bids o:i the ,dd g. i.uds.
Tho forty acres -.ro..:nb ov. ned bv
Col It. Sturdivaut on ti:.- .lark-..!!
road o-.i!l:v.-.--i of ih Xorma! grounds
hav.- U-. u agreed to :n i!: - i; fo:- ;br
l'atrgrie . .::... v.. a,v Infoi ute-j
thl" : nil- -. i.vl.S 'vi : ! Ir
dos. (! v.ith Col. Sturdiva-r ihis .i-k.
This is a move that every body will
bo .'lad i:i ! :i -a j- lias a:-'iiallv been ca r-
ried oi:t to a finish. It has lony; b c:i
known that our Fair was too far away
from iiie city - too farom of the way--too
expensive to et to. to say noi'iine;
of tl.e inconvenience to the p -c.pV.
both our !.-'.i::c citji a ; aad p,i!ro;,s
from al -i :i b v. .is too f:..r away
from ;l.i e.iy f.,r tie eily lo reap ,v.
lien.-liis -iioiiid u'et -'ro:n ti;.- hohi.a '
of tin- a ini I ..I r'aii s. Co Mitry p. neie
who came to Ihc Fair would ; i nn tl.e
day on trie ;r,. a i, i and t!. n r.-ttirii
hoaie n-ItJiott: c.miri;r '!' city and
sir ii:;.;. r- v. :'o ;::tend-"i ii: Fairs
wiiii Id ear,:;, i n the ".-o'.iiiiis iasi.-ad of
putting up a- or:- ho'e!:- no. l i
t'ir.V iii-'d .-.:!..piei. ..'it. ;::i im-;i:::-
the ground-, wer.' !o.i . i ! ,n t!:e i : ,
for lla'iii to do i:-.!siu--ss i : 1 i t',e Fair
and board in the d'y. W here the
Fair is lo b" i-icaV-d r.o-v peopie can
r and i n':. - at any lime ai, be less
than i i v miiit'tes on llie road. Our
jH'iple can to the I'.-iir in til-- fore
no -.in. come i: ime fu. 1 ii.-i" din ners and
i-. !arn i'l t afternoon without ntiss
ii;e any of the sights lo b-. seen at the
Fair. A farm e c.iu haul a load o!
proi.r !.i tiie l ily, anil ret n rn in e
:l-l : a" :U: V
a ! be :.-
ii is to s"e
liisi'e US-eil V
hi OH .- :1 : ! '
-'.v V :ipleii.-.i!ii
a beautiful child's ir.ee
ii: vii.- inii.iors. iaiislini-
ill j iripies. ieotehes
;i 1 1 . i sa.ei
r still. v.l:ei! the
::ie i Hi: 1 1' ' i al
yoen a.i.. iurn'.-. iit
a'ai iv.it'eii in all surd eases.
shie.ii'i e'ne lia-m that i md a n.i K.r.-re'-..,:-,.
Siitpl-nr i Iii :.-r-. : ):'!! wiii
sea r. a
and drive o.ii oi tin- blood
particle of humor.- Health
ldd rcliev.s V:lilil.il Al.l 1 inilialia.
i.N'l'IAXAi'eUS. iNii.. laauary :.!.
The .'u! i-Vl lows' Mutual Aid s.,,.;e;y
of Indian:: has eone oal of busiue-s.
wit'i liabilities amoiiniit:- to s-Ihi.ik'u
and assets of little over ':'). Th"
iiabiliti -s consist of unpai-i di-a'h
claims, aad ti-e tm i-.I . i - say there is
1 itt !e chance of resiirrcciiiitr the as
sociation. The associa'io:: was form
ed in lv7d by men who v. -re jiroudueni
in the order, but has never had any
oliicial coimeetion with a lodee. in
the last few years the membership has
dropped down from biun to ."ah), and
th.' liabilities have nmstantly kep!
pilinrr up. The association has no of
fice ami is lining no business, and a
lai-e-e part of She )i(dicy bidders have
lost what they paid in.
t hiliioot l'a-s Aerial IJailroad.
Taio.ma. Wash.. January :1i'.- lluirh
C. Wallace, president of til ' Chiikoot
Hail road and Transportation Com
pany has advices of the coniilelion of
the company's aerial railway over the
Chiikoot l'ass to Lake Limleman.
This makes a now era for Klondike
travel, as the tiitw Ix'tween tide water
and the headwaters of the Yukon
Jiiver is shortened from a month to a
day, besides removing the peril and
hardships. The eompanymade a eon
tract last night with the Canadian
Government at l."c per pound for
transporting all its freight for the
mounted police from Taiya to Lake
AHIColds are Tainted.
All colds are tainted with Grip,
when Grip prevails. "77" breaks up
Grip and Colds that "hang on;" J5e,:
Important l-eredoii liocision.
asiiin;t.i.. D. C.. January ."si.
- Assistant Secretary of t lie interior
Davis rendered a pension di ci.-ioii i-
cis. on wnicn is important and inter- An agreement lias been reached by j the Hotel Wclliiiglon 1 he other morn
estmg b eause it relates to the que-- the St. Louis an 1 Tennessee Kiver i ing. "I'd have music piaved at ail my
t ... ..f . ...... 1 ... . . ' . . . "
tt.i 1 1 r. i a loi eviuciie-e as to llie
ion-; ami unexplained absence of the
'''" The cbtl:!! is tiutt of i::i;ii(i;t
v. 1 l..v.-of .Jitliies ii. Kelly, late
J'.i-u-.en.u-tef Sci-.-ai:!. List I d,-
:-' ihif.ery. Ohio Volimti its.
l.i.-'.it .;-.;i:'.-;-y. Sh.- is al present a
ideiji of ( ,
County. Mo. A--
sisl tilt See-
i).ivi- reverse the
ie-ie;, ,.' ".'.--iu:; iU:;-.-::u aud
-.i-'tr.s ii..' e:. : a peiisK.ii.
The widow, in b-.j-appoeaiion. states
i i in r hi'-Uird is dea.i: that he has
b.' .'1 alee-.
ard from him
vcars and ha
di.i-ii; ti::;l period. in
It is -1: ...i, l.;.o:ia ii
Miliii'-c' d ;i!;.-a red :-. ;n!
s not bn n
i'.-ard in I'; -ii:.-e Xl -.ei.ieer,
iiefoiv- he '.lied he V.
liont to iii.
par' on a ::: ;.. .!. or Jess dan-
L'.-rocs vuy:i;-i. arouni, ii:'- World, and
t.i-'.; iie has i. '..; n .i.ri'.ed from that
vi.y;.'-e. aeeori' i ;; :. Iii-expi-e-s.d i:i
'. .:;;i"i! a! his ile.-.u liji-e. Xoexjiiana-
v.-1 1 : i , !:i i;, ei'.rrv ;
i":' : i. :t:"'..;;! !;::: in- i.is i er'tii.iioiis !
al e.- ami sll.-i.ee for more than
twenty ye; rs is a ii 'ordi ii by th--.-vi-deiice
i:i the; e; s-- other tliau the nat-
; ur:i1 i'lvsi'mol
under the eireun;-
".'lliees liial he died before he com
pleted his voyage ;tml was nut able to
eari-y out his intcnlbms. It is mani-ie-
aim indi-putaide that the proof in
liiis c.i-e fully me.-ts and fills (he con
i'i;io:is :lih: rei.iiii-enieuls of tne act of
-i.iich ! i. Is'.iil. aild therefor.illie death
i f 1 hi s s i !--! siii.idd be accepted as
s-.aiieieidiy proved as therein pro
vi'ien. In view of ti:e fori'idny eon
sill 'rations ! anieiearly ofthe opinio-:
li.a ti". eruimd tipoii v.hieh ihis cialm
was rejected is Lot ie nalde under the
evidence on liio. ale! cun-eijuentiy
-,..,. ! s.i iil a. lion of i-"j. '-t;on is hen-liy -e-,:
. ': versed ami set asiiie. "
i i 1 .-.IT i HI W 1
!'"! a erailu;-!
but sieany loss
of strenirlii and vi
tality. They sho ild
lose no tin.-- in trying
i-'ol.-y's ividaey ( tire, a
ii :ir ran teed i 'n-pa ration.
v I-'oiiiidilill'l Il-.ris 1it A Iilskll.
"Ari;iiN"i;".. I. C. -lanuai y .'!!.
.'. e.-r io. id of i -aiu'-e .;.- from .'
n unuland oa ' e . ay to .l...s;:a Vis
reae'i--'! Vancouver. The oos will b--!:ik'
ii to .-'.'..! jrua;. ard us.-d in iiauiiiej
miners" i.u.iiis in the VtiJcon Valley.
"To-ilav." writes ( nns-i-1 Dudley,
frr-'ji Vani-ouver. t,. Stale Dcpart
nieiil. f.'.o i 'ams. cons istiiiL' iif twelve
does each, are hauiin;:' .-leijees coii-i:;inir,--
hi avv load- ahotii tee sireets
of t i s eil;. as an au vi rti- 'taent for a
lirin eiiaireii ie the b!:iie--- of fur-
II ' s !: I :: LT I'Ut.ilsio miners. 'i'i:e ibe
h:ve b -.-n 1 rained to tli-- woi k i.-f haul
i ne in XewloiiiHiianii: they have also
'ix-en aieiistoined to a very cold clim
ate, and i". is believed i'v-y will ren
der exceptionally e"ood serve- -ill the
Yukon ree-ion. Tir-y appear to be
tractribie. and pall o.u'etJier in a man
ner that must be very satisfactory to
their owners. From persons who have
returned from the Xorth 1 have learn
ed that ileus command a very hij.ii
price at Skajruay and Taiya. The
Xi".-. foiindiands are much heavier than
the native dojrs of Alaska anil the
llritish Xoi-ihwest 'J'erritorv. "
We are informed that a movement
is on foot to induce thoMobile iV Oiiio
to build a branch road over tn Santa
Fe. a distance of about nine miles, ami
to establish 'a! crossing to Commerce
to connect with Hoick's Missouri ,v
Arkansas. Why cannot something be
done to induce tiie Mobile v ( hio to
build from I'.lco to Fast Cape Cirar
deaii: The Mobile A: OI1U1 is a great
railroad. It is a long road. .: rich
corporation and it is looking out for
business. With a b"tt!e effort on the
i:u t of our people web dieve that road
could be induced io build to Fast
Cape. Why not make the effort;
Workiiis Woman's Iliiue Associa
tion 21 S. Peoria Sc., Chicago. Ill
,Our Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley 'slloney and Tar
six years ago, and are using it to-day.
It has alwas been a favorite, for while
its taste is not at all unpleasant its ef
fects are very beneficial. It has never
yo disappointed us. Wishingyou all
possible success, sincerely yours,
Laura G. Fixon, Mgr. W. H. Coer
NW STEAMBOAT COMPANY
I'.iCi:--? i n;ni:iv. t lie Lagle l'aeket
Company, ana the L-e Line, of Mi m-
phis, by which th -:r interests have
b.-eu ..ol.-j, a::d a line of steamers
have !. :; put on to take the place of
th.j li-fnt.et Aneijor Line for all points
Ii l-.n-wi this city a nil .iii 'i!:e
stcam-rs v.iii leave twice a week.
'i n. sd.ivs aad 1'ridavs. from the St.1
Lonis and 'lV:me-s.... ilivei- l'aeket
Ci.nij)a;iys . harliio.-.t. l!n foot .f
.Locust stii-et. :;' i tlie steam-rs
'will ir- llie Ih-roid. of !h liable l'aeket
Company's iii,.-. and the other will lv
llie City of i'aducaii. of the Si. Louis
: and 'i'e.'inessi e ! U i r t 'aeki-t t ompany 's
'line. 1 lot li w tli be under the control
, of John K. iJaseiijjale. seci-eta ;-y of
the Si. Louis end Tcntiessee Liver
ii'aeket Coi.ipaiiv. v.ho '.iii aiso iie
ajreiil fort'ae oa.-. '! his an-.iounce-ment
wili s I r.i rest ;i... fears that
have be.i.i eil by many. taa'Sl. L-.iuis
v.ould have no tl roiiL1) steamboat liia
by wbic.i i: i i.iid r.-acli its larire trade
aloiijr tlie lower river, it is aiso re
ported th..'. ::' th - I'ni'u'.t States Mar-sli.-.Fs
sale oi ii-- .vnelairLi.i.-ie'oiiertv
dex! .'dond-iy. -'ebru:;,-y 7. the saiae
pooi may jniiehase the ihree Anchor
Line boats and reopen the entire An
chor Line svsi. m all the way to Xew
That YJrcd t-Vi-lina
overcomes us when inferior prepara
tions a re i ecommended by iinsernpu
buis dealers as "just as jrU,Mi a;i .",,.
ley's Honey and Tar Coiij;h Syrup."'
when we know the iiiieij'.ia lied luerits
of ihis irreal medicine.
..'mlm- t.iiutt rs Iilel .1 iislin-.
.!;:.''l-Ki;.-i'.v City Mn.. February 2.
--The Slate Supreme Court in bane
u.et this moruii jr. and Jiulee w. M.
Wiliiams. appointed to succeed I!ar
cl.'.v. resi:;iu'd. made his iirst ap ar-
a nee on the bi-neii. Jndjre .lames 1.
(Jantt announced formally the retire
ment of thief Justice 1 la relay and
his election as clue! justice. Court
in banc then adjourned until Febru
Division Xo. 1 al-o met to-day.
.IniijrcC I!. Maefarlane annonn ed
the retirement oi . I mljre liarcla; and
Ins own selection as presiding j :
of the division. Xo. 1 then adjoi.rn-
ed until F.-bruaiy SI. li'S
l.HV. .l-llriis ItesiIIS.
T-.-kxton". X. J.. .Iji-i'ary "1.- Cov.
tit i'.-s to-.iie.'.t s...:i lo b.itis i.i-u-i S of
tlie Legislature a com eenidei'tion j'iv-
iii'j' notice that he had :d"d his resij.'
natioit wiili the Secretary of Stab-, to
lake elTii-t a! miiinijrht. The two
houses then passed a resolution pro
vidii-.e that Senator Yoorhies. of the
Senate, should take -1 iie oath o! olliee
as act ine ( ; o e:-!:or i r. the i-r-'senee of
the Senate an i 'li.-use.e. 1J o'clock to
morrow mornine, and Chi--f Justice
.Me'ile ii ' n ijiiese-d lo a ciri!!: tsier the
A concurrent resolution euloeistie
of diiv. bi'ie's was adopted I y both
tiie Senate and. Assmblv.
:iiikcrs 1 1 i-a rt-li: rn.
Heart-burn from excessive smokine.
or from any other cause, is relieved
by the iirst dose of Xo. In. Dr. Hum
phreys' Spei ilie for Dyspepsia. i.r
lrei:i:-ci lor ourte s .
While, the cruiser Maine went to
Havana entirely in the interest of
peace, it involves no violation of con
fidence to explain that shclook enough
gunpowder aiong for saluting pur
poses. It would have iieen ridiculous
if she had gone down there without
tlie means of exchanging friendly
greetings with the 'naughty dona of
Spain. Xew York Mai! and Kxnress.
I!c . C . !'. liriinks
says that his little girl is troubled with
malaria very si veii-ly. and that since
he gave her Sulphur Hitters, iie never
thinks of leaving- Xew York for his
summer resort without a few bottles,
for they always cure iiis family, and
are far superior to ijuinine.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received by the under
signed until Saturday, Feb. 2t.
for the construction of a two-story
brick business house in Jackson. Mo.
Specifications and planscan be seen at
the Cash-Booic printingoltice in.Iaek
son. Bids will be received for con
struction of entire building, or cellar
and stone work separately. Contractor
to furnish bond. The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved.
F. A. McGciRE,
Senator Lindsay's Idea ( Luxnr? .
"If I had plenty of money to do with
as I wished." .sail': Senator Limis.-y.
; of Kentucky, to a party of friend at
. meals and wl cig-;irs made at ?. ' a
hundred. Those are two iiix'.irie 1
would most surely indulge myself in.
I'd have the musie played by a small
orchestra, say a horn ami two or thre
violins and a iiate and a bass viol.
a:ui i'd have it play soft, harmonious
airs while I ate. and now and then I'd
ha vi-some vocal music jrivt n by col
ored voices. Tin-re's a peculiar har
mony ia a negro's siiiLiiiijr tone. I'd
have ' .in sinjr siieh thinjrs as "When
tiie Waternielo:: lianjrs Fpon liie
'i::e." '1 hat's a s-jujr i .ileulai.-d :
spii-e t!:-' niost : lnL-.ard app -ti'e. i
re'iientv.-r hea -inj.'- it once on a Miss
issippi I liver boat. A lot of us in re
aboard, and ia the party wa Hooker,
of Mississippi. There were some
darkie: aboard who played instru
mental music with b.iuio . -.'Hilars a.-.d
a liddle. I a-ked "cm if they ever
siinir. and tiiey said they did sometime-?.
Well, tir-y struck up When
the Watermel on l lanes i pou thi'
Vine'" Hooker had never heard it
liefo:--. and It i. r.iriy ;. liim cra:y."
--W'a -iibi-.'to'i r'.t.ir.
If Yiu Kii-ii.
If yon ln-ep a horse, cow or dojr.
send for !. IIuni)ihreys' Veterinary
Manual and l.-arn about their treat
ment aad cure Mailed free. Address
Humphreys" Medicine Company, Wil
liams iS. John Sts.. Xew York.
Want to start a factory I If re.
David A. (llenu received the follow
ing letter the oih -r day:
Xasiivh.lk. Tkxn.. Jan. 22. '..
Mr. D. A. Clenn, ('ape t iirartieau.
Mo. Dear s:r: Wc writ - to ask i!
) 1111 are in a position t: secure for us
a bonus or donation if we wee! I nr v:
;i larjfe llei.dine plant in your iieelst
that wculd use aieiua 1 !;. iw-twi-.. r: seven
ly -live or:- hundred ti;ons-md doll:
woi 111 oi n.ii.- and liici.orv lium vuiir
forests. This money uiii be paid enl.
as vim know, to 011r inhabitants and
will increase the money to be spent, in
your city to this extent. If you feel
you can raise seven or en fho-.u.i-i !
dollars a' once, we are in a p.i-'. i.i 1
to state to you delinih-ly that ve will
move a plant in your 1 aldst t'nat work
seventy-live hands and -..Iii spend Hie
amount of money miM-oned in this
A reoiy al yourenrlii st convenience
v i 1 i b" i;i':hly a jiiii-i--iale.i.
Yours : r -i . .
Ckh. ... : Aiih'hs Co.
Ti ( onsuiuilvi.
As ;:n honest ri uiedv l eley's Honey
tat Par does n.ii hold out false hopes
iil an', a need sia-es. hut trulhfilll y
claims to jrive comforl and relief in
tin- lery worst e.-is.-s. and in the early
st;.ees to ei,'i ; a cure. W. II. ! i.-erv i r
We oils; . ;
The ' ham 1
nil- Only I IV:- tei 1 .
rai-e 'o-.!a numbers
ind increases every leu
years, according to the recent report
ol the International Statistical lusli-
1 lit'-- This soeii-.y has set its heart
upon having ia lt'i.n a joint count of
human noses in ail civilized nations.
but various governments decline to
upset their censn-- arrangements made
for other years, r.nd tie- scheme has
been abandoned. Tiie -:giiri s. I.iil'n.-
i Oi.11.1.. :). an- not in exact count, but as
close an estimate as is possible by
experi statisticians. Any
individual, here or abroad, who
fancies that hi.- country contains the
major i-.-.rl of mankind should cum
ins country's population with that of
the world. In the i liit. 'l States we
amount to ttbor.i 4 per cent of the
human race.- Springlield (Mass. j Ke
publican. 'I o onsiniiptivis.
As a'n honest remedy. Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claiuis lo give comfi.il and relief in
the very worst rises, and in tiie early
stages to effect a cure.
Xotice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Cape
Girardeau. Bloomlield & Southern
Kail way Co. will be held at the olliee
of said company at the northeast cor
ner of Spanish and Independence
streets, in the City of Cape Girardeau.
Missouri, on Monday, February 7th.
l'or the purpose of submitting to
saufstockholders, for their considera
tion, a contract for the consolidation
of this company and the Brown.wood
& Northwestern Kailway Co., and the
Missouri Southeastern Railway Co.;
and for such other business as may
come liefore said meeting.
Daniel S. Brown,
Several eases have lit e;i decide"! of.
late which tend to curb thedispositiou
of a certain class of judyes to exercise ,
:t ersonal censirship over the news
pajier press. One t-istance comes from!
California. A iuu.'e in
took occasion in o
court to berate
i severe terms.
jan editor of the city i
The editor replied throiijrh his paper
and otherwise in lanjrua-e equally nr.-
complimentary, and the judjre lined
him for contempt. The case went to a
hi-her court, which decide.', that the
tirade of the anjrry ju.l-e was a i--
son:.! and not a jadie al matter.
..buse of those who appeared ia his
court was his private p-oi-cedinj;. and
ii- had no rieluio employ the ma-
.cliinery of his ol'nVe to compel thore
whom he attacked to be silent. If the.
editor's reply was libelous, the jadee j
could enter suit like any other private j
citizen, but his prop -r redress was
not a line, in dealiujf with others.;
therefore, a judjre 011 the licneh miisti
observe just such limitations in his i
laue-cajre. and not u-ehis power to re-i
strict scoldinjr and libelinjr to hin - j
A second case has jusi been decided
in Omaha. An edi or was lined for
"out :ni,t for jmbl! ig a resolution
pa-.-ed by o : .' 1; .Miiunii ipal hoards
in regard to the city printing, which
was in litigation. When the resolu
tion, which directed certain advertis
ing to be done in a curtain paper,
passed the board, the court granted a
temporary injunction against its pub
lication. Hut onu paper imblished it,
along with an article denouncing the
ai-Iion of the court. The District
( oiiri iina I ly decided that the injunction
was void :' i: i tiie line lor ciiiit- nipt 1111
t -r.abie. Xo such power over '.lie pre.-s
is conferred upon tiie judiciary by the
constitution of Xebiv.sKa. These two
decisions imply thai j linger are not re
lieved from the coimiiomluty of siK-ak-ing
respcci.'.'iiv to others: and that
tli-y I;:, ve no, authority to exercise
t Mr aii editorlhefimcUons ofa higher
Tiie third example of tha defeat oi
an eiloi-t to aiu.zle Hie pi-ess has oc
curred in our own city, though the
judge in the case is on the right" side
and entitled to praise for his careful
am! intelligent statement of the law.
A eoaii niporai'i attacked a school
board ohii ial who had lobbied in the
Stat legislature against a school
board bill, charging that he was a pa;d
agent to influence the Legislature.
The person thus denounced sued for
libel. Judge Speneer dc.'lared. in iu-strui-iliig
!i:"jury. that Th" testimony
sim.-i. 1 t: e charge io h: irue. and
he condeiimed ii),. bibin ist's conduit
in language net to oe misiindersteod.
The agent was engaged in an unlawful
mission, and such a course -'can
properly lie criticised, commented up
on, and rebuked by ai y paper or in
dividual in auv amine a-j. it, -nm
pro... r a-ria." In tiiis case a lobbyist
1 to I'olleet damag-es from a
paper that described and condemned
his unlaw,'-.!! a-i. :ind the (laper did
ilse'f credit by lighting his attempt to
a linish. He lost his case and ren
dered his guilt conspicuous.
It will '' not iced that the iirst
two cases indicate I'm existei of two
kinds of judges. The judges of Die
higher courts are not the wo:i!d-he
pr.-.-s censors.- d lobe-Democrat.
The urprlse ot All.
Mr. James Jones, ofthe drug linn
of Jones iV Son. ( 'owden. 111., ia sneak-
injr r Dr. King's New Discovery, says
teat last winti'i-liis wife was al'aeked
with La Crippe. and her case grew so
serious that physicians at Cowden
and I'ana could do nothing for her
It seemed to dev.-lop into Hasty Con
sumption. Having Dr. King's Xew
Discovery in store, and selling lots of
it. In; took a bottle home, and to the
surprise all she began to get better
from first dose, and half dozen dollar
bottle's cured her sound and well. Dr.
Kings Xew Discovery fo'- Consumption.
Coughs, and Colds is guaranteed to do
this g'.od work. Free trial bottle at
W. C. Hainan's and all Drugstores.
On to nioomlii-ld.
Mr. Louis Ilouek informs us that on
or before the iirst dayof Marchthrough
trains w ill run from thiscity to Bloom
lield. The Browiovood road will be
completed to Bloomlield this month
and then traius will go through daily
from this city every day. This will
bring back to tho Cape trade that was
cut off from us soveral years ago by
the construction of the Belmont Branch
of the Iron Mountain road.
Foley's Honey and Tar Cough
Medicine is unquastionably
the best remedy for the throat
and lungs, pleasant to take
and is guaranteed.
The Old I'aii ii
The unilersij;neil Committtv by au
thority ofthe i'oard of Directors of
fer at private sale the oh! Fair
.rwmnd e.eit-.;.ei,.-....i.j ..we... ..
;' .ss- an,j if tht. s..me js not .-old at
, 1.!vato sai0 th., ,.,. mu will lie. of-
; Uwl ;lt 1)ubI;c Venuue to the hijrhest
( biJlk1. .lt thl. ,.u,.t ,,()UM, ,Uu)I. in tho
j,.;. f rupe (Jirardeau on Tuesday,
1 thl, .-..!, da v of I-ebrmirv. Js;iS. U.tuwn
; thl, holll.s of j 4 0-,.i1H.k. ,,. ni. on
I tjK. fUoiti" tenus:
j One thi.-i c..- . , ,r.v
! lm)!us aml balance in six months
f!.(.l:i U.ltL o( j... XuU.s f(1!. deferred
; uvment:i to bear S m r cent interest
: f.,)ln date with aniiroved security.
The Committee wiil reserve such
l.riilil in-s and lences asthev mar
;ind ,;,.. r;.lVA.vc thJ,n fpon,
L.TIS lior. ,;. !,airman. i
Al.t-. Koss. Secretary. -Com.
Wm. C. Si. HNi ll)i::;. "
I'or further information apply to
Alex. Koss Secretary ofthe Com-
That Mnn Shaw.
Ivv-,) an eye on litre Sh-iw who
presided over tli- Indianapolis mone
tary convention. Fie knows what he
believes and he is not a frail to let
the world know. He is a straight-out
gold-standard man, and he boldly
made and won his tight for the gover
norship of Iowa on that issue,
althimgh Iowa was claimed as a free
silver state. He is honest and cour
ageous: he has hard horse sense: he is
a new man in '-clitics. We would
esin'ciaiiy advis" the old stagers in
the Kept.blicsin parly who are trying
to jierfoirii simr ltaneouidy in the two
ringed '"bimetallic" circus lo keep an
eye on rshaw. - I.;,ui:.vi!le Courier
Journal. Krco Tills.
Send your mi.r.- ., Jf ,.
.V ii., Chicago, ji.nl j,,., ., r,.eo s;lIM))t,
box of hr. Kil.e's ,.,. l.i.v lulls. A
trial will coi'vinec oa of i heir merits.
Th -! Jill is are easy in aciioti and are
particularly eii'eelivc in the cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to lie jH-rfectly free ffnu
every deleterious substance and to be
purely vegetable. They do nut weaken
by tJieir action, hut by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorat ;
the system. Kegular size 2- ;v." i
Sold by W. C. Hainan and ail D-ag-
Ml-sue i-l Toliac'o.
Mr. Tom Jer.- ir of the Bruns
wick Tobacco works, showed us let
ters this week irom the tobaceojsts, at
St. Louis and Kentucky, offering to
buy hurley tobacco io the amount of
..".(Id.iKHi pounds, ami intiinat d that if
the contract could be .iilid. a price
that lias been unknown here fur years'
would b" 0:1 id.
It. is uufortiiii; ihat the farmers
have almost ciilir.-ly ceased to raise
the weed, for if tin- tobacco yield '11
this county were what it was yea -s
ago it would without, question brirg
hundreds of thousands of dollars he. .
it would seem that the days of ...i.acco
and tobacco raising- in Missouri had
mil yet passed, and tie's it -m of news
which v.e are glad to give our farmer
friends should encourage llie planting
of a large crop in ihis county next
year. Lei the good old days of yore
come again. - Brunsv. lei: LV.ms wicker.
Itallaril's snow l.ln- lio-nl.
If you have a terrible pain in the
small id the back, get a bottle of
Snow Liiicmnt. It will positively
cure it and at once. Try it ami rec
nmi'iiil it to youi- friends. Sold at
Wilson's drug store.
Mabhlncry t r sale.
On Saturday, February Iglh, the
Gordonviile Creamery Company will
sell at public auction, one portable
ld-horse power horizontal stii-1 boiler,
nearly new. one S-horse power vertial
engine, one force pump, one separator,
one butter churn, aad a lot of other
machinery and fixtures. Thesal-i will '
take place at the eivarierv building at
Gordonviile and -vill bcejn at ten
o'clock a. m. This is a chance for
some one to get somemachinerycheap.
Hucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum!
fver sores, totter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns.and all skin erup
tions,and positively cures piles, or no
pay required, ft is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at
W. C. Haman and all Drug Stores. ;