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The Weekly Democrat.
Publishsd Every Saturday by
Til6 DSiuOGrflt PrlntiP.Q GO. '
114 THEMIS STREET !
Entered at tlie I'Oot Offlti at Ckj Girardeau, 1
Mo., as second-class matter. ,
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SATURDAY, X. V. 3i, 1898 ;
The turkev that is
on to his job ,
will roost pretty hi,.'!: these nights, :
will make himself very scarce j
during the day
rr : : they proceed to ot hold of the child.
The indications are that the Dons j eal.c foi. it-:tntl see that it is placed in
are coming to our iernis. Tin y ;vi-j a iH).n,. where it will be trained to be
dently see tii.tt b:u:!s v. .-':' and they ,.a , a Refill und honored member of
will not try i imp. any tu.'iiv. 'society. There is something real and
:-r.T-:: j practical in the purpose and the work
The cause, of I'rohi'.iition iuuj'.Ik' in j0 f,, society, the caiisj is a noble
a nourishing condition in i'erry atl,i praiseworthy one and deserves to
county. At the recent election that j ,L. liberally aided by ail.
party polled live votes in that county. ! .
eats all the fat turkeys
II uewey eats an u.e .at r.ej s ,
that have been sent to him for Thanks- j
jivinir, he will have to be placed on;
1 '". r h,-' r. few !
II would be : n excel
th-j Cape ii" that burin project should
develop something substantial. This
city nejds tile discovery of oil or
gold mine to wake it up and :ret some
life in it.
iii reading the liocuuietits vvtiicli
are coming to iili'.. bearing on the
controversy '.n.-t (iuv. S! .'nu - ns
and Cols Katdort aiul aveiia ;l !
would seem thai Uuv; i nor holds
decided iv tlie iu'ller hand.
.-t:-.-. d on i:.e aiit.ioritv of
. Sl.-v.-iis. !i: famous
"' ..r ihe !o!ie-l)eu.oera.
i. -M, .;m pij.tvd In
t..e Saiilia;.-o e -ilition
It is no-.
t ; ( .
:o ixuiim.o:i'.;at:o:. of (ien
Tiie 'i'olhert t;-o:il!i
lina is not likely to
fen.-uce from I lie led
no matter l.ov,- i
dene on the sisbj c'.
Iilei.t :V'i I;--: -) lis ii.i
pie of . i.;- ie . . :
in se.tii .11.
iu .-iihi'.u Caro
ca .isi- a ay InUi-
ra 1 aiiti.orlties.
i tiie fiovcrn
i II if, tlie -o-e
in (.! :T .!' :
;n j 1 our
avc- t.v. ii iv;;ill
if tills -State and
luf.e ;::uc!i dai.i
',(! iviiere the
some liepth Willi
liiai'.'l l: .
t lire. ;'r
libii- na -taken
:. v . . -ill!
-s ill ill'..
Sl'iee J i I .- Attorii.-y ttelivi i
United States has i.;,.,! i';
son i-:ay ilrav-' money on ii eh
ov.t .i ivv.-iiue strMiip, pro1
1 '.if the
il a per
ii i -
ou i'n:: : .
lots of m i. ..
rever.re' .-I n):
-'.Ci:ll . o.
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This is ihe .'lei. . i'.i!.;ll w
wrote a . c;;; i iheu- artir!
Kev. Fatiier Fiirh-ii ( f M
o n cently
When tiie papers of Soul!n a.-t Mis
souri get throng", with Tivscti writer,
his hide v. iil be tilled v.iti. small boles.
There is soiiieth n.;
farmer who cannot j,
about him on Thurs.
feast lit for a king.
vron wiin tiie
:!: r his fandly
ay a.).; have a
never lxt so hard or crops so bad that
a farmer who deserves tiie name.
snou.u lacliin- in !l:oso Tint
winch no lo make up a liti-c!a. ohi
time Thanksgiving liitmer.
A man nanu J Fra.ier. v.im lives
near Lincoln, Xeb., was t'ie victim of
a snn-strolce about a year ao. and
since that time has lived on water
melons and niiiiv, He passcii through
St. Louis a day or two ince on his
way to Florida, v.liere he ft! s to have
his favorite article of die! constantly
at hand. How the colon d brother
will envy Fra.ier wine; be learns of
The importation of iiei'o miners
into the State of Illinois lias already
caused lniicn trouble ami i.eoodshed,
and is causin-r more. Tlie seat of war i
hns changed from Virden to i'ana and j
tnat; place is now guarded by several
companies of State militia. Judging
from the prcsont temier of both troops
and miners, it will not be long before
there is a clash.
Young Arthur Poe of Princeton,
who made a touchdown in a football
game the other day, writes the papers
that the dream of his life has been
more than realized. If Arthur will
now cut hia hair and try to look like
a human being we will forgive him
for having no higher ambition in life
than to accomplish the deed which has
given him the name of hero. It must
be very gratifying to the parents of a
young man to learn that his greatest
ambition in life has been thoroughly
satisfied by making a touchdown at
The average citizen has a horror, ;
and justly so, of those things known
. 1 , , Disposing of tlie Product
stiiutions, but tnere is one of these, f Qnp MBes
affairs which stands out prominently
thi People of this State for the
ifood it does, and which asks, and
should ivc.-ive the hearty suppoit aud
..,... ,r .m .n, ,,r ,.. .- nn The
em.our amount or euij ont. 1 L
- - onc.irn referred to . w the "Clm-irc:. , .
H.mvj Society. V hen the onieer:, of
this society learn of an orphan child
v,i10 js su.iTerinjr for either proper sab-
sjstencv or riirht training, they do not
... . . :.n d indulge iu a lot of ineiurii"-i
whereases'" and resolutions hut
Ius. hhzabetli G ramus or jNev.-
y . . , , ,
mat -on of Southern people, side by
side with the sneit scentci Mrs
k-ld of Iv:.:;::.: wha "!i.r.'ou to t c
oniev.here in the skies liere sh- could
South and slc the
, I iOUli UUiUI OU L 1 1
i-lorloas spectacle of black heels o:i
while necks." Mrs. Crannis yoes
Mrs. Cantield one belle. Sh.e lias
asserted in a speech Made to some
negroes in New York fiat, ail South
ern women have nero blood in them.
j I'.iizabeth is a
prominent ineuibe." of
me forty or fifty female societies,
she lias attained
i has been bronjrht about by her effort
i in bi half of what the terms "'.Social
; pin-it v. " Shir is especial! v bitter
J against women who ;o to lialis, and
'"'de bicycie.-. and she has .-.tated en
j several occasions ii-tt this ciass Ui-ie
'' ''ett r that! celi:ll:;in prostitutes.
j may not. have u-ed those eact
h' - orus. but tlitv
slateim-nt. A femaie
:ho vi!! make
j such a s'.v-.'epi:;
laemher.- of lie:
"iiartre this :. iout
sex who do . 0llleil:ill'r
o! v.hieii she di es not approve, wiil
not hesiiati- to -.':". ly and :;i:'li ioiis! v
o!he. s. To ?
ttst b'-1 far stran-r-li-.iJit
r ' i'.an iictioi.
of l.e : that a
l the hind, I
V.'e i;lai-.e a!i
xception In favor ;
-le-s id I Wells. !
.Let ,iH;:t ;!: c!-at.iiv ex;
tli .-lander of Soiitln rn
i-ts froiii I
n women is j
:iU -am v.ill '
of the South-
a mystery : i--;it v. hi-t -1
! t'.i- i:!siin hati-Mi.
era wo ar-ji iln iii.-Ovi'.-
an hi.) r..iim
.o. ricu ii v ine
;. .neks of sue!; i
woman, bin of ti
airotis iiiiinly me1
try uho kmu, .-,;
lieoil is. Co:': be
jn ity a:;d any
IKl.'liUV c; the e l
v.t tie as the t;,-ar.ni.s
thoiisamis ol chiv-
: :ill over the eorn
t tioutiiern womar.
i i tl..- ca;ue of social
nine:- en use v. ieeh is
ti.is .sjimy tyllgued
Tree l ciiarze t utrcrers.
ut ;ii;s out and take it to vol
df.tggist and get a sample bottle fit e j
o: l.'r. Ming's Xew i.'I-covery, for j
onsuiiiption, Cough and Coids. They j
do not :tsk you to buy h'efore trying.'
iius v.;:i snow '.oil tne eat merits of
lies iruiy v.oniieriui remedy, am: snow
you ulnitcii'i be accompli slieu by the
regular sized bottle. This is no ex
!H i ir.:.'i;t, ar.ii wouid be di.-astrious. t
tee proprietors, did they not know
it v.oulri invariably cure. Many of
tin; lu st physieiansare now using it I
in ll.eir practice with great results,
i1 ud ate relying mi it in most severe j
e.is-'s. It in guaranteed. Trial bcttle ;
feeal'A'. C. iiaiti.iii titid ali Drug j.
rtores. J i
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The best salve in the world for cut.,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
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pay required. It is guaranteedto give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale a
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A FLl.LV t'Oit OUK IUAJL
i Louis Goldschmidt, consul at La
j Guavra, says there is an excellent mar-
ktt in Venezuela and doubtless in
n:anv other South American countries
f " , ducC(3 in Le United States.
near,T a lfce coa, con.
l d tlltre is incd ncar Cardiff.
j v,:i!es. and shipped in sailing i
The larsc coi:sunntion of this art:
:;lt the total ahjer.ee of the America:;
product, r.otvvithstanci'isr the prox-
-dtv of the American coal fields, led
?'r. Coldschmid: to investigate the
i.sitcr. The result of his ohscrvn
!:r.::s is an intcrestir.jr report to the
i'lie on'y co;1! r.;::uil in Venezuela is
piMiuecd ei)e to Barcelona. !t is of
h.ferior quality, and is not bought
v. 1-1 r. other ccal can be had. Cor.I jvaya
i(, duty. All of the article t. tailed
c. iv.es fror.i one siuice. av.u tl. prin
cipal railways use Cardiff fuel, which
;-lU at a hlifh tirurc, bveausc of lacli
; competition. The retail price i.
f 11.20 a ten to a ten of
:.s why the Ilritish
is t!;::t ihe Wrhh
! r.oi .r..- r
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r.-iner st-isu it in nv.ali l:rici sec.'
:-i r';-!;t inches and 1- i::clies lot:;,'.
Tills makes th coal ca.y to handle cn
;:(' small engines employed in Ven-t-.n:el-.
Coa! j-a carried cn a little
r!::t form, lis the locomotives have r.o
!. ; :!irs. If th' coal urrc in the or
divary form it would roll off. Then.
!'.:. this hind of co:i! !.:iiiiar been used
f ir Mime time, the prates in the bcil
rs have been builf to suit it.
SHORTAGE IN SALMON PACIC
V.ill H'.-.nvv T!:at
e Are Over t,'i')(,;:i()
Cascu 1'i-v. er.
rotiSrni 'he hor;;i;;e
r's pack of c;.r:itcd sulr.ion.
:.!;. r;f the reports cn the
s as foiU.v.: I'ritish Cclu-.:-i
;.?-: Ala: hn. ;.;:h ca.-"s;
'.. ti": '.-ca--. : ;-"acralcli-
'.' ' " C UM' : i Co-
. v i c.:s:-
"C 1 .
tit rs did
:i ten per iv:
are ir. a c..:
puc t Sound
i.rtiiii.o pii-itinn. !
anrcr.- have sold I
it of 1 '-.i -: casr
.i.Of.i for domestic I
future :;) ,;.' c::t.
b.r export and -K
The txe'.rt orii; rs will be tilled, hav
ing been made by cnaners who made a
-onv.arntiveiv is,: ::':. tin; rot over
:: the driTi'es; ic
-and fail i
ies will fade
i'l-e Sacrar.ii iito
re sold. The Co
ire r.t loa.n lrf..-
i s r.Vi r -i
pecui! .!'.;.' . 1 ;m i.
i; '!.;!:! :t-1 e for the pari: .- c
ie. T:n;r v.ays :u.d jncir."- to
on; clesi-r t.adv rciat ii.i.s -.ii '..
v-e';;;::,::.. ; :::l.iitt ' ;.. t' -
ct tiiat the e!.:;:::i.cr vv:i:'. : : ;..
i;ie:i ;.s til f:..; ii In rc.-r.!:.'!
; ("; January IS. l:r-' in ia: . ..'
ii.rccal ir::-:c r: ';. ii.::s vt"u ."! '. i
',..: ween t'.c t r.iic. Xiati-t. tec t'.:
i i:i ; CaiiCila ai:(i : :: colony cf .' -. .--
ciiinion !' its ?. ;::!r. tiie ci.ir:- :
( I:;!. i:::i!iiif:u tiiri:' arid ini'i-.-;;
j rospi-rity of this country ui'l
i-rcatly prumotcil by tlie litarc '
tii-al nnxrouch that can l.c eh...!: '.
j . the establishment of cor.:i!i tc r -j
ocal trdc relr.lions between tie
Ft.itf-d Slntts. Canada and Xcwfcnr.:'-
land. It was fcsolvcd thf.t the il.ai--!
; i-r's eoiiiinittt-c on reciprocal tr;e
ill Canada be instructed to prrsrf.t
ictc rcfoiiitior.s to the .mcnca;; on.-
miiMcncr new at ('riebcc and to rc
t::forre them with s::eh :srjj'imer.t in
accens with t".:ir .-pi.-it as lray n-em
bi'tt adapter! to coiivince the ccmniis-
doners of the fi asibiliiy of the plan.
REINDEER SLRD3 INCREASING
L'ucimistuonci' l!it-Silon Icror oa
Ih? Cruiiitona In
il"''. Sheldon .Jr.ekon, United States
comaus.siom-r of education, has re
turned Irom Alasua. 1 ne second week
ia August l.e vis-it cd the const of Si
beria, where he secured over IjO do- ;
mesne reindeer and had them shipped
t0 Alaska to rcplarc part of the herd
taken from Cape frincc of Wales to
relieve the imprisoned whalers at Point
Harrow. Dr. Jackson is encouraged
by the large natural increase in the
Alaska herd. The Laplanders were
established at Unaliklik. From there
they will be sent to different parts of
Alaska when there is call for their
services as mail carriers. Many of
the Laplanders here taken out first
Drltlih Merchant Marine.
Great Britain's marine steam ton
cage Is to-day 6,720,703 about as much
as that of all other nations added to
gether. naisla Has Slxts Laavaaa-ea,
Sixty languages n,e spoken in the
empire governed by the czar of Rusria.
HEROIo L.D O PROSPECTOh.
Forced Party of Indiana to Carry
Wounded Wlsconnln Man
While Thomai Gentle, a mining ma
chioery expert of Orecn Lake, Wis.,
was prospecting with James Xesbitr
near Givins inlet, in British Columbia
Co miles from the nearest camp, n
leg rolled down a hill on them. Xe
"oitt wriggled from beneath it. l.c:
Gentle was pinned by the small of I.':
hack between the log end a big reel:
and wes fatally injured.
His partner worked for two days a:::
nights before he succeeded in pryitia
up the tree and pulling Gen tie';
crufhed body free. Xesbitt then went
fcr help, but Indians were the och
liuman beings he could find.
lie gave them .-?20, ell he had. to carrj
the dying man to Cap Var.nds. fit
miles cway. After covering 15 miles
the Indians refused to go further
Xesbitt then gave the Indians a gold
watch, which induced them to earn
Gentle five miles further. Then the
Siw ashes stopped again, saying: "Xc
use carrying dead man."
Xesbiit whipped out n revolver and
told the Indians there would be inert
den'! men around if thev did cot
At the ;:oint of a rcio!er 15 mure I
miles were covered by ihe Indians
when they abruptly dropped their bur
den and fled into the woods. Xefbit;
carried his injured partner fo Van
dali.i in three days' travel. Gentle died
two days after reaching there, and
eight days after the accident.
TOWS EOAT SIX MILES.
ilnr-J ''iprbt for I.lfc Made bra Sv.crd
l.s!i (Xi of I!lrk Islnnd.
Tin- sf cam yacht Chetolah. New Yen k
Yacht club, owner, A. J. "Wise, put in
at Sea Cliff. I.. I., the other day wilt
a swoidfish on beard measuring 1?
feet 10 inches long and weighing Oj
pounds. Tiie fish was caught ft.", miles
southwest of r.lock island. lie gave
the party an exciting chnse. towing
the yacht's gig and it small boat six
miles before lie could he killed.
Mr. Wise and a party cf friends we fit
out or. tie Chetolah from Greonpcrt
cn a sword-fishing trip. An offer of n
ten-dollar bounty was made to the
faiior first sighting a big fish. About
the middle of the afiernoon one of the
sailors cau-jht a glimpse of the inon-r-ter,
r.r.d the yacht was quickly grt
into po-ition from which tiie .skipper,
J. XV. Hat thews, who is an experienced
.-.v.ord.'i.-hniai:. could harpoon him from
i hi? In v.- uf tiie yacht.
As soon as Mr. Matthews hud rnadi
his i"ink the party got into the gig
and the sir.ail lioat and a thrilling pur
suit et.s.-td. which lasted an hourand
a half before the fish received its death
It tot.k (iv? stout sailors to work the
tackle which hoisted fTie iish to the
deck of the vaht.
TEE SLIITH FAMILY.
Hold Their Annuul Picnic at riniu-Ci-;.:.
X. J. Xrarly
The Sir.it li famiiv of Xew Jersey hclu
' its annual picnic i lie other day ii.
' i'lRiiiv-:.!. ..'-a;-l. ftSmiil .? astern- !
j ! i ! e i; cn liic prounii; sacred to penera-
I " :.r& of Xii.iths. It has been in tht j
(r rirc s ruie.
0::c of the first, arrivals was Isaiah
Santh. provident of the asociatioi .
ar.il patriurch acd caretaker of tin
morals of the tribe. Isaiah cbiiins t.
!;c a lineal di scerdant cf the ccle-iiratr-;!
John of c'onia! tirvs.
The ohlcr folks gathered in jrroup
to r.Ti v. acquaint:-nc s ;.!,;1 indiiljrc i".
rfn i"'r'-."!;ces. The P-rith hovs sr.;
The Smith l.r.l.'cs jnst roller:
oa ti e cr:vp cr;: -s and cooc:
st-Ivt-e. !i va :: happy lot c!
; iia. s.
. .. . t : S.
After tlie C
niifr hour there were
e:rrr i. rs appropriate to the occasion
i : !ir-r
i:r.:!cr tl:c trees
w!i!:c an old TntH: '-e tin or. which is
alwrty? swiiajr to tl.c breeze on the oc
c;:.;'":i cf t!:-e mifl; pict 'e. was an evi
dence of how the fi-f s'.itlis cainc fo
this country. Ipaiah SnitTi presided
over the exercises.
GIRL SAVES THREE MEN.
.11hx Jinry !trarr,, a Veisnnr Slaslent,
Miss Mary Hourne. daughter of
Ifev. Mr. Ilournc. of New Yock. i
i-prndirr: the surer.! cr at P.arring
tcn. I;. I., probable saved F.s?es
V. O'Xei!. Arthur Dcssault and .fo- 1
i -eph Meller.rv from drowning ir. War
ren river. The men were saiiirg in
a Kwcot boat, which overturned. Miss j
iicurne cad just lantiert at tne wnan
ir.d hastened in her skiff to the rescue.
YVillta.m Oatcher. an employe of her
father, followed in another boat. Mo
llenry liad su::l: or.cp and was nearly
exhausted. Miss ilourne placed r.n oar
r.r.'le- V-:: a -d : ided him to a
IioU! :-i the boat. O'Xcil r.r.tl Dcssault,
who :M Fs:i::. werr nearly ex
haust :: by ;'::ir effort a to : ! Me
Henry. ?" e rlrcerl one on each ?ic of
her boat and rowed toward ?hore.
fiatcher came up end- tok McIIenry
on board. John XV. Donahue, in a sail
boat, came to MissBourne'sassistance
and took up O'NeJI and Dessault. Miss
Bourne is 21 years old, a student at
Vaasar, and an expert oarswoman and
About 40,000 people without homes
are nightly sheltered in the common
lodging houses of London.
Geranay'a Ponfrry Import.
.Germany Imports peoltr to tfc
value cf f 2f5.OO0.0O0 year. "
fi? i i J ! i :-i:?S 1 d
I '.-. op f Z "P.G Cl-rJ, saver tart
! '.iis.-.vv .. .-! nt t'i. ml " Mas-Tar-J.
:. i.si-."5 e:: :: f.-l iv-.TSiaBratr-lM
In ' ' -i ve!la.-iJ.:,:?ad fclll. Tt ma-ii
": -jnn stroas. ars. M. A. ilctaaek
Keep the system in perfect or-
A Vigorous Body.
For sick headache, malaria, bil
iousness, constipation and kin
dred diseases, anrbro-i-'e cure
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I AMV OTHEHl
r-io affected by Hest or Cold.
Highest Awards at Centennial
Psris and World's Fair.
rfacbre-j fjER LUBRICATOR CO.,
lactones: c;ic:aoo, su loul, New Yortc
A:'--r.i vivlJr.T p. s'idi'h ar.fl iloscrlptlon mn7
tv.'. r:tv ;iri!i ;,:i?i ciiir :iii:i Irce wnel!ir an
imr;i;";ii'T n inl:nl It ra:'i"t:iv.!' onunnnli-tK:i!--trii't!
ciit:tlilciillr.l. HHr.rilMiokon Intents
bent f : .ti. nsoucv fi.r prounii I'Jitenls.
Cat.-:. -.3 taii.-n thmu-:!l .lu::n Ac Cix rocclvo
. .- : ; v.-.- t' TTfe!;lr. T.nrcost rir
s..t j l.v ;;1 r.iKs;!orlcr.t.
has demonstrate'.! tea thousand
timoa tbat it ia slmoat InlalUbls
rities and demne(?tnenta.
It has Become the leadini: remedr
for this class of troubles. It exerts
a wonderfully healing, strengthen
ing and soothing influence upon
tho menrt;1: il crpans. It cures
'whites' aril fallinffof the vorcb.
It etopa flooding ami relieves Bup-
fressed and painful menstruation,
or Change t Life it ia the best
medicine ui?d '. it ia beneSciai
during pr-iv'-uncy. and belns to
bring children i:ito homes barren
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, strcng'.hi lis the whole sys
tem. This frrcist rciuedy is offered
to all aiBicted uea. Why will
any woman sulvr another minnte
with certain relief within reach f
Wine of Cardui only costs tl.OU per
bottle at your drag store.
Far sdrfce, tm roses rreofwi spreial ttne
tUm$. addns. (irml tymptomt, til "iUet
Advitort DrjHtrttntnt." Tht CagttatKWoa Med
icuu Co CaottaiuKvu. Item.
It. I. W. SMITH. Csaden. S. C. tar:
"sly wlfs sse Wins of Csraul at tioas
Id (alllnf of the wosib a4 It enUrstf
t d bar."
T,iss rpnstirje u;r;eeler,
StenoarapTier and Typewriter
iepared to do work an short natiee 8o.
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Eiug out t!M iiiss Hingin tie true"
We brinrj to you the new and true from ths
piney forests of Nora-ay
Nature's most natural remedy, improved by
science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive
Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces
of the Lungs and Bronchid Tubes.
Tha sore, weary cough-worn Lungs areexh3a
rated ; the cticrcbe-bearing mucus is cut out ; the
cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed
membranes are healed and soothed so that there
is no inclination to cough.
SOLD SY ALL GOOO D3l?GG!STS
Celtics Cr.ly. 2cs., 50s. 1 CO Ci-si
BS SURE YOU GET
B?. Bail's PlasTar-Honsy
'iiiicr's Dniir Store.
No. 1 Cures Fever.
No. 2 " Worms.
Xo. B ; Infants Diseases.
No. 4 Diarrhea.
. No. 8 " Neuralgia.
No. 9 Cures Headache.
No. lO " Dyspepsia.
No. 11 " Delayed Periods.
No. ID " Leuchorrea.
No, 14 " Skin Diseases.
No. 13 Cures Rheumatism.
No. 1G " Malaria.
No. 20 " Whooping Cough
No. 27 " Kidney Diseases.
No. 30 " Urinary Diseases
No. 77 ' Colds and Grip.
Sold by DrnggisW, or sent prepniil ot
I receipt of iirice, 25c, or o for SI.
T.. TT.. . TTn..T.i- am ATavt-1
of Diseases JIailed Fkee.
Humplireys' Med. Co.. Ill William St. K.
C. LINDEMAKN & SON,
I CI- ALL KINDS.
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SNiEW BAKERY "
i JAf'OU :i 1.1 I'.Ms,
" 'i w 11 known baker, h:'s oi.eneu a
s .-.hop at Xo 3'. Main street, and
v.il! keep a fail supply of genuine Itye
j ami Vienna invnd, and cikes of all
i kind ; on hand at all iiua s.
Mrs. M. Stcphan nee Iliwnichen,
! v.onld K i 'leased to have !! her old
j customers at the lai-nie'cca bakerv
:ive Ii? in a all.
THK Xr.U" 11. & C.
."10 .'.lain Hiffi-z
F. P. STETVEN3 frop.
The very best bread baked every
d-y and deliveivd to customers in
any part of the city.
tVeilcilng Cakes a Specialty.
104 Broadway. I'.tPEiKARDEAC, Mo
F. W. VOGT,
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Kntire new stiiek, the latest iniproyel am'
oiii:!i;i: ami heUims iov i:i market.
All tin.is i.l Moll Work i;iii- ::i the lv ninnn..
nn t moilertt." prices.
ROOFING ANO G .TTERING
are the most fatal of ali
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
Dr money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c and $i.oo.
REXEIVEHS AiSO G!-1PPZR5
mcmMM CaaiCatwO momma Of Thm1
2tT Hi ALTO BUILOIT-JG, CHfCAGO
cira'-i jd ?r72r.i;na tmorffct !i sld for
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r-i fv euulaa ia Ja ot 1,000
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