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Everything of luteal Form To ba
Found That la of Interact.
The editor of the Jackson Cash
Book wants the City Marshal of Jack
son to raid the high-toned gambling
dens. What's the matter with Jack
son? We have been under impression
that Jackson was a christian town.
Baltimore American: "Mr. W. W
Wood, of this city, has been appoint
ed industrial agent of the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad company. His
headquarters will be in Baltimore,
and the duties of the agent will be to
furnish accurate information to man
ufacturers and others as to the ad
vantage of territory adjacent to the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad. The
creation of the office is with a view to
the encouragement of local industries
along the line."
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Kach package colors all
fibers. Sold bv W. H. Coerver. It
Two country hooslers and two city
dudes got full together yesterday. The
country hoosiers got home some time
Monday. The city dudes were escorted
home by friends.
When they have a picnic at Kelso
there is a good time for everybody.
They will have a picnic there next
Kddie Blomeyer and sister of Char
leston, Mo., are visiting their uncle,
E. F. Blomeyer and family, on Mor
gan Oak street.
Stay that barking by useiug Ballard
Horehound Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of the throat,
and relieves congestion of the lungs
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disapoints.
50 cents. I.Ben. Miller. ."nd
About September 1.1th the transfer
steamer Bertram belonging to the
Illinois Central 'Railroad will take
the place of the John F. Lincoln.
Miss Florence Hartzell left this
morning for Baton. New Mexico,
where she has secured an important
and lucrative position in the public
schools. Her many friends in the
Cale will regret to lose the society of
so charming a young lady.
Small precautions often prevent
great mischiefs. DeWiti's Little Karly
Misers are very small pills in size, but
are most effective in preventing the
most serious forms of liver and stom
ach troubles. They cure constipation
and headache and regulate the bow
els. Wm. H. Coerver.
Bill Woods, the construction con
tractor on the extension of Ilouck's
Missouri & Arkansas has moved his
headquarters to John Etter's farm
down in Seott county.
Capt. Sloan by reason of his prior
service and knowledge of military
tactics was made the ranking or Senior
Captain of the :!7th regiment. He is
acting Major during the absence of
the regular Major who is in the Phil
ippines. Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
ties free. Satisfaction or money re
unded. For sale bv alldug gists.
At a meeting of the Board of the
Directors of the Cape Brewery and
Ice Company Saturday night William
liegengardt was elected President to
till the vacancy occasioned by the
death of Adolph Buediger.
We understand that the Cape beer
is to be stormed with another St. Louis
brewery. Let them come. We make
the best beer and our brewery is a
hom institution. The man who will
yt.mi hv home is not a good
Dr. Simmons' S,rsaparilla effect
ually aids weak, impaired and debili
atted organs of both sexes. Its action
w nd lasting. Fifty cents and
Kr the Kelso wienie next Monday
th toll srates on the Rock Levee road
will be open free to everybody who
goes to the picnic.
Mrs. Cora E. Joyce and children of
New Madrid came up yesterday to
spend a few weeks visiting relatives
E. F. Blomever is foreman of the
Grand Jury now in session at Jack-
,n. Mr Blomever is a business man
and a hustler and we predict a short
session for the Grand Jury tnis term
if vmi want to have a good time go
to thA Kelso Dienic next Monday. There
will be plenty to eat and drink on the
The "Bicyclist's Best Friend" is a
familiar name Tor De Witt s w iicn
it i i .... aiurat'ii rpadv for emBP-
gencies. While a specific for piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cute,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
.trt nninf thoaKin. it never urns
Wm. H. Coerver.
Dr. Shelton received a letter from
Lieutenant Frissell today, dated July
nth. statin? that he was the happy
father of a little boy born on the 13th
of July. That boy was born in the
Philippines, but the Philippines is
now a part of the United States and
th vounir Frissell cannot be barred
from becoming President of the United
States, provided he gets the Republi
The steamer Georgia Lee had over
two hundred passengers on her last
night on her up trip. There were sev
eral people here who wanted to go to
St. Louis, but they could get no state
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what y ou want. Tr
sample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple Willson'a drug store.
There is some rich and racy corres
pondence going on between some par
ties abroad and a gentleman in this
city. The gentleman in this city is
too much for the other fellows.
Little Gertrude, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, William B. Schaefer of
Jackson, died this morning, aged
about four years.
The steamer City of Memphis on her
up trip had all the passengers she
could accommodate. The officers on
the City of Memphis are the most
accommodating officers on the river.
At the Kelso picnic they will have
Cajie and Anhedser-Busch beer, both
on tap all day.
David A. Glenn set out Tuesday
afternoon in search of fall and winter
goods for his large wholesale and re
tail store. He will first go to Chicago
and probably will visit New York and
other Eastern cities. He will keep in
close touch with the best markets of
the Hast and will also take a few days
outing on the Northern lakes for re
cuieration. Father Kline of Kelso called on us
today. Father Kline is one of the
cleverest gentlemen in the outtit and
he is always in the lead in religion
and in business.
L. F Klostermann is now Vice
President of the Cae Brewery and
If a St. Louis brewery refuse.- to
pay one hundred dollars license to do
business in this city, it will refuse to
pay ten dollars.
Capt. Ley he informs us that the new
steamer War Eagle is being tkted up
and will soon In- ready to take the
place of the Grey Eagle in this trade.
Moments are useless if trilled away
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. H. Coerver.
For the last week the boys have
b;n congratulating L. U. Gillilan.
It was reported that Mr. Gillilan had
led a fair lady to the matrimonial
a. tar. but the report was unfounded.
Mr. Gillilan has not yet captured the
young lady, but he is doing some
awful hard courting and it will not be
his fault if he does not capture her.
There will be no toll to pay to so to
the Kelso picnic next Monday. Mr.
Houck has instructed his toll gate
keejiers to pass everybody going to
the picnic five, going and coming.
Certainly run don't want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow skin and loss of ap-
Detite. You have never tried De-
Witt's Little Early Risers for these
complaints or you would have been
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. m. H. Coerver.
Mrs. B. F. Speak is building her
self a business house on spanisn
street. She will open a millinery
store in the new building.
Prof. H. S. McLeary leaves today
t . attend the University at Chicago.
Mr. McLeary was teacher in our South
east Missouri Normal school for the
past ten years and was considered a
What is it? A cure for Coughs,
Colds, Croup, Whooping Congo,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, and all
Bronchial Affections of the Throat.
Chest and Lunsrs. 30 doses for .0
cents. Money refunded if it fails to
givesatisfaetion: we mean Dr. ssim
mons'Cough Syrup. For sale by all
James G. Reynolds leaves today for
Chicago. Milwaukee and several other
summer resorts on the great lakes and
will be gone a month or six weeks.
Henry Rowan returned home from
St. Joseph Saturday, where he had
been as a delegate from this city to
the Grand Lodge of colored Masons.
Harmony Lodge No. 40 sent Mr.
Rowan to St. Joseph to try to secure
the next Grand Lodge meeting in this
city, and Mr. Rowan did his work
well. In balloting Cape Girardeau
stood head on the list and would have
captured the prize but for a Kansas
City man who made a speech for Se
dalia and stampeded the delegates for
They will have Cape beer on tap at
the Kelso picnic.
Ferd Worley is on the steamer Grey
Kxirle today. Mr. Worley has been
fitting up the steamer War Eagle and
in about two weeks the War Eagle
will take the place of the Grey Eagle
The steamer City of Memphis came
down early this morning. Captain
Leyhe is building up a good trade for
the Citv of Memphis. He is a popu
lar man and makes new friends right
Dr. Stager is in the city today. He
says there is more sickness than usual
in his neighborhood.
Major J. F. Brooks and G. W.
Boynton left yesterday for Arkansas
where Mr. Boynton is putting up a
large saw milL He owns about 31,000
acres of fine timber, and is a progres
sive citizen and is well liked by all
that is acquainted with him in Cape
The Mayor says he vetoed the beer
depot ordinance because he believed
the license imposed was excessive and
eoulii not be collected.
Uumiiiiir sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year' standing, may becuredby using
DeWittV Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. W. H. Coerver
One case occupied considerable time
in the Circuit Court this week.
That tine rig of W. W. Norman's
is a total wreck after the runaway this
morning, ft looked like it had been
through a cyclone.
KIDNEY DISEASES are the most
fatai of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
There are two or three members of
our city council who do all the talk
ing. They begin talking as soon as
the meetings are called to order and
they soon talk the other members to
F. A. Kain arrested four colored
boys today for stealing. They are
charged with all kinds of stealing.
They stole Steve Bank's tools and
stole the saddle off Dr. Rolston's
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiar
ly adapted to persons in enfeebled
health and invalids. It assists di
gestion and is a perfect strengthener
adpetizer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both tasteless and
bitter styles. 50-cent size.
The big barbecue at Reynoldsville
will take place next Saturday. There
will be a big time for everybody.
Those who wish to remain all night
will be accommodated. They can go
to bed or go fishing.
Down at Charleston when a Sunday
school teacher resigns they pass reso
lutions of condolence. Up here in
C'ajie Girardeau when a Sunday
school teacher resign we look for a
Dr. Franklin has concluded not to
resign from the Pension Board. He
says he will try it a while longer.
A cough is an easy tning to cure if
taken in time. It is dangerous to neg
lect one for any length of time. Dr.
Simmons'Cough Syrupis guaranteed.
Fifty cents a bottle. For sale by all
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billious. constipated and
generally run down in health. If so,
your liver is torpid, and. and a few
doses of Hrbine will cure you.
Herhir.e has no equal as a health re
store . . I. B -n Miller.
-liii would be appreciated
bv .-i ... v.
a semble the bottom num-
ler is: the bigger they a p-
tear .. - iey really are.
Ba! now Liniment. There is
no p.i ill not relieve, no swelling
it will i. t subdue, no wound it will
not heal, it will cure frost bites,
cliill'..nn. and corns, il and .10 cents.
I. Ben Miller..
Office- Ivain has succeeded in cap
turing ami jugging eight little pick
aniuies. cha. ged with petty thievery.
It is high time that this class of young
beginners in the art of purloining
hotild lie punished severe enough for
them to remember their punishment
evan if a buggy whip had to ue
brought into use. .
The telephone workmen are placing
a cable from the Central office to the
corner of Themis and Spanish streets
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
fibers. Sold by W. H. Coerver. It
How much nicer would our sidewalks
and gutters look if the grass and
weeds were mowed. The weeds have
fairly taken possession of a portion
of the pavement on Broadway.
Don't forget the picnic at Kelso
next Monday. Your toll on the Rock
Levee will be free on that day.
What is the matter with having a
curfew ordinance. Our young Amtr
ica's are getting too numerous on the
streets at night.
Evil after effects never follow th
use of Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chil
Tonic. It is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes
stout, sound bone. It makes flesh. It
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chills so they stay cured. Dealers
Some people will never become ac
customed to metropolitan ideas and
works. A gentleman watching the
laying of the telephone cable today
wanted to know what that long lead
pipe was for, and when informed by a
bystander that it was to talk through,
remarked that he thought the pipe
would answer much better than those
The river is getting distressingly
low. Bars are beginning to show up.
Officer Kain seems to be a terror to
evil doers. His eagle eye is always
on the alert.
Pemiscot county has a new prosecu
ting attorney, being virtually the third
one this term. This time it is J. R.
Brewer, vice A. J. Sellers, resigned.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
gives instant relief. It allays inffams
mation and heals. It is prompt in its
action and positive in its effect. It it
the kind that cures without pain or
discomfort. It is for piles only 50
centy. tubes 75 cents. I. Ben Miller.
In the case of the State of Missouri
vs. George McLnin, in the Circuit
Court at Jackson this week the jury
returned a verdict of guilty and Judge
Riley assessed the punishment of
McLain at five years in the peniten
tiary. Wilson Cramer and Bob Saw
yer represented McLain and they ap
pealed the case to the Supreme Court.
McLain is out on bond till the case is
reviewed by the Supreme Court.
It is human to err and our city offi
cials are supposed to belong to the
Old fashions in dress may be re
vived, but no old-fashioned medicine
can replace Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For
sale by I. Ben Miller.
We understand that souk of our
saloons are selling Lemp's bottled
beer. This is another stab at the
Cape Brewery another move to tty
to break down a home enterprise.
The little four-year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Polich, died at
the family residence in Frohna. Perry
The Jackson Gravel Koad is being
improved all along the line. This
road is a paying investment to the
For Sale or Trade. I have several
good houses and a small business
house and a good 40-acre farm near
Naylor, Ripley county, Mo., that I
will sell cheap or trade for projieity
in or near Caie Girardeau. Address
W. D. Bennie, till Broadway, Cape
Our Chicago visitors will return
home Monday or Tuesday.
Rudolph Walther bid in the Dunn
projierty in this city that was sold un
der deed of trust at J uckson yester
day. He paid six hundred dollars.
J. W. Reed, real estate agent, sold
a house and two lots in the city this
August Shivelbine went to Chicago
last Tuesday. He took with him his
power house key and while he is en
joying the cool breeze from iiKe
Michigan his fans in his business
house are standing still and his cus
tomers are going to another place
where fans run day and night whether
the proprietor is at home or not.
The home man who will not stand
bv a ho'je institution is not what a
home man should be.
Cape Girardeau Is ahe:td of any city
in the United States in tue way oi
power for a street railroad. Our
street cars are now propelled Dy
Jennets. A Jennet is the mother of
the ass that Balaam rode through the
streets of Jerusalem. Our streets are
just as sacred as the streets of Jerusa
The people of Jackson use ice made
from Goose creek water. The Jack
son doctors will have a regular Klon
dike practice after while.
The mortgage on the St. Louis, Iran
Mountain and Southern Railway filed
for record in the Circuit Clerk s office
at Jackson this week was ornamented
with four hundred fifty dollar revenue
stamps twenty thousand dollars itv
en ne for Uncle Sam.
Wilson Cramer and W. H. Miller,
two legal giants, were fighting as op
nnsintr attorneys in a suit in the Cir
cuit Court at Jackson yesterday.
For Sale. A nice two-year old Hoi
atoin hull. Full blood stock and
nicelv marked. Apply to Robert T.
Gibonev. at his residence one-half
mile west of Cape Girardeau.
We understand that the Grand Jury
got through with its business without
findintr anv violations of law in cape
Girardeau. Cape Girardeau is a Re
publican city and of course our citi
zens are a law abiding people.
The Grand Jury adjourned yester
day evening. Ten true bills ef indict
ment were returned.
R. E. Gannon went out to Jackson
yesterday as a witness in a case in the
Georee McLain will have a hearing
in a higher court and in the meantime
he will be out on bond till the higher
court passes on his case.
A petition to set aside the sale of
the St. Louis. Cape Girardeau and
Fort Smith Railroad was hied in the
Circuit Court yesterday. The peti
tion, we understand, alleges that the
purchasers have not complied with the
terms of sale.
I will give a New Improved High
Arm Singer Sewing Machine at half
price, in exchange for the oldest sewing
machine that will be brought to my
place of business, ukxeh v
a fn. sinrr Swinr Machine Co
510 Broadway. Cape Girardeau,
Is It Malaria or Alamf
Languor, loss of appetite, indiges
tion and often fevetishness are the
common symptoms of a physiological
condition termed "malaria.'' All
these symptoms may be and frequently
are the effect of the nse of alum ba
king powders in food making. There
is no question about the poisonous
effect of alum upon the system. It
obstructs digestion, prostrates the
nerves, coagulates and divitalizes the
blood. All this has been made clear,
thanks to physicians, boards of health
and food commissions. So "highly
injurious to the health of the commu
nity" does the eminent head of the
University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Bar
ker, consider the alum baking pow
ders, that he says ":heir sale should
bi prohibited by law."
L'nd ;r these circumstances it is worth
the while of every housewife to em
ploy the very little care that is neces
saJy 1 1 keep so dangerous an element
from the food of her fami y.
A pure cream of tartar baking pow
der wii cb is the only kind that should
be used, ouht to cost about forty-live
to fifty cents a pound. Therefore, if
you are paying much less, something
is wrong: if you are paying twenty
five cents or less per pound, the pow
der is certainly made f. ora alum.
Always bear these simple facts in
mind when purchasing baking powder.
Popular Science Monthly.
A ilfe tor 50c.
Many people have been cured of
Kidney diseases by taking a 50c bottle
toy 's Kidney Cure
1 be following is a lUt or unclaimed letters
at the postomce. Cape Girardeau. Mo., lor the
week finding August -.St, 1SUU:
Allen, Scott Ahrens. John
hreiuer. Miss O Tif.der Brav . C l
Baehre. Mum Fannie Cotuer. Mrs James
Looley, ton Oeviiie, K
tuner. Joseph Uulley. MesMarv
Uoodlilood.Mrs Mollie Henson, Mrs Susie
Hedire. S M
l..ich. M 1.
Morrow. Willie. I
Meadows. M H
Mayer. 4 L
Pa t. Mrs Delia
Smith, S F
Swan. Mrs Carry
lav or, VV H
lckrtdge, K D
Wiggins, Miss Maggie
Smith . I'd
Tindall, A A 2
When railing for same, please state that they
were advertised. Ai;. Biekwiktii,
rouq and V Hooping lough.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
promptly relieve Croup and Whooping
Cough. It will cure the worst Cough
tr Cold. It never disappoints. Try
Insure Against. Sickness.
A policy that only cost you two dol
iars a year will pay you five dollars
a week benefits if sick, or a policy at
four dollars per year pays ten dollars
a week sick benefits, and if you take
an annual policy for ten dollars you
will receive in case of sickness the
nice sum of twenty-five dollars per
week benefits. Apply to
Henry a. Astholz,
Atrent of the Security Trust and Life
Ituok on Diseases of Horses.
Book on diseases of horses, cattle,
sheep, dogs, hogs and poultry mailed
free by addressing Humphreys eter
inarv Specincs. corner w imam oc
Sts.. New York.
schools In Cuba and Elsewhere.
Prof. J. F. Draughon. who is au
thor of four text books on bookkeep
ing, will, on October 10, 1899, open a
well equipped business college in the
Eoiilie building, St. Louis, cor. !rth
and Olive streets. His brother, who
was for four years principal of
Draughon s Practical Business Col
lege, Nashville, Tennessee, will have
charge of the St. Louis college. Prof.
J. F. Draughon recently visited Cuba
with a view of establishing a business
colleire there next year, and on his re
turn he opened a business college in
Savannah. Ga. He also has a flour
ishing business college at Galveston,
and one at Texarkana, Tex. His col
leges are the best patronized business
colleges in the South. They give a
superior course of instruction and
have special facilities for securing
positions. Money for tuition may be
deposited in bank till position is se
cured, or good notes will be accepted
Special rates will be given all who
enter at St. Louis on or before about
tht opening. See ad. of these col
leges elsewhere in this issue, and write
for free catalogue. Address J. r.
Draughon, President, Nashville, Tenn.
Worklnc Night and Day
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever wa made is Dr. King's
New Iafe Pills. Every pill is a sugar
coated globule of health, that changes
weakness into strength, listlessness
into enersrv. brain-fag into mental
power. They're wonderful in build
ing up the health. Only i"ic per bex
Sold by I. Ben Miller. 3
To Excarrtoa Parti e and Rent
Cave Spring Park just at the out
skirts of Anna on the Illinois Central
Railroad is a beautiful 25-acre park,
full of hills, rocks, shade trees, blue
grass and numerous springs. A suit
able place for church, Sunday school
ne Pnhlfc School excursions. Open
tn all excursion parties. It is also a
oreat olace to tent for a few weeks,
C. L RICH. Manager.
Anna, 111. myl6-n2929-4w
Illinois Central R. R.
OF tNTEREST TO
FREE TRANSPORTATION TO AT-
TEND THE ANNUAL MEET
ING AT CHICAGO.
The Board of Directors of the Illi
nois Central Railroad Company, at a
meeting held July 21, 1897, adopted the
following preamble and resolution:
To the end that the stockholders or
the Illinois Central Railroad Com
pany may more readily attend, in per
son, the annual meetings of stock
holders, which the by-laws require to
be held in Chicago on the last Wednes
day in September in each year, be it
Resolved, That until the further or
der of this board, there may be issued
to each holder of one or more shares
of the icapital stock of the Illinois
Central Railroad Company, as regis
tered on the books of the Company,
a ticket enabling him. or her, to travel
free over the Company's lines from the
station on the Illinois Central Rail
road nearest to his or her registered
address, to Chicago and return, for
the purpose of attending, in person,
the meetings of stockholders. Such,
ticket to be good for the journey to
Chicago only during the four days im
mediately preceding, and the day of,
the meeting, and for the return jour
ney from Chicago only on the day of
the meeting, and the four days imme
diately following, when properly coun
tersigned and stamped in the presi
dent's office. (These tickets will now
be countersigned and stamped in the
office of W. G. Bruen, Assistant Sec
retary, Chicago). Such a ticket may
be obtained bv any registered holder
of stock on application, in writing, to
the president of the Company in Chi
cago. Each application must state
the full name and address of the stock
holder exactly as given in his or her"
certificate of stock, together with the
number and date of such certificate.
Xo more than one person will be car
ried free in respect to any one hold
ing of stock as registered on the books
of the Company. By order of the
board of directors.
A. G. Hackstaff, Secretary.
The next annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Illinois Central
Railroad Company will be held at the
office of the Company, in Chicago, oa
Wednesday. September zr, issw, ai
noon, t or trie purpose oi inis meet
ing, the Stock Transfer Books will be
losed from the close of business on
September 12th to the morning of Sep
lied Hot From the (inn
Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead-
man of ewarK, iuicn., in me civil
war. It caused horrible ulcers that
no treatment helped for 2." years.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
him. Cures cuts, bruises, b irns, boila
felons, corns, skin eruptions. Best
nile cure on earth. iV a box. Cure
Sold by I.
FAlt.M FOIt SALK.
A farm of acres, one mile west of
the city of Cape Girardeau. The farm
well waterea wiin never lamas
springs of pure water. Orchard of all
varieties of good fruit. Good frame
house of five rooms and good out
buildings. Farm in high state of cul
tivation. For terms and full particulars ad
dress Louis Oswald.
Cape (iirardeau, Mo.,
Or call on him on the farm near the
Fair Grounds. may20-d-n-23.l3
Cures all skin diseases in all its va
rious forms. No internal treatment
necessary. Failing money returned
How I npisasam
it is to see a beautiful cnna s race
disfigured with vile humors, bursting
through the skin pimples, blotches
and sores, and sadder still, when thj
young and innocent are laughed at
and twitted in all such cases. Parent
should give them that good and pur a
remedy. Sulphur Bitters, which wi I
search and drive out of the bloo I
. . . ,1 IX
every particle of numor. neain
STRAYED From the slaughter house lot r
Anderson 4 Warner, about July Ath, oa
IikkmI mw. marked as follows: One horn
off and the tip of the other horn broke off. A
liberal rewsra win De paiu tor me m
cow or for information leading to her recovery.
TRAVELERS can add (free) sample tm
which several earn -.'00 and SUM each sea
son (now approaching)- noteetea ground,
cash coma, on season's trade. P. O. 1171.
ANTED Health rol person to travel for
old house. Stralgnt. nous aae smiarj.
700 Tear and expenses Reference. Eucioaa
self-addressed stamped envelope. A. J.
Man son. Secretary, Chicago.
11 ANTED Ladles to sell
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So. 1. daily, except Sunday. Willow v
Springs. Springfleld and Konsaa
City Express 6:20 a. am
No. 5, St. Louis Express, daily 11 4 . am
No 7 Poxieo Accommodation, for
Advance, Bloomneld and Paxieo,
daily except Sunday S:0J p. aa
No. 3, Springfield. Kansas City and
St. Louis Mail, daily exeegt Sun
No. , Cairo and Texna Express via
Delta, daily except Sunday 1 :S pja.
No. 4. Fuxieo AeeonnodstiOD, daily
except Sunday 9 0S a. a
No. S, 8t. Louis Exnesa, Sunday
onlv 4:p. a
No. 1 makes close aorneetioos at Brown wood
for Bloomield. at Willlamsville for point
north oa the Iron Mountain and at Bnnter for
ttraadln. Spring-eld and all points west.
No. S makes direct oonneestoa with the boas
Mountain north bound at Delta.
No 7 makes direct connections with Iro
Mountain and Cotton Belt south bound train
Glad Tidings to Asthma SnfTerom'
Foljy's Honey and Tar gives quids
nd positive relief in all cases.