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DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PuftllslftfS CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1899.
Vol. XXIV No. 21
Opening ol the Normal school.
Cape Gikakdkau, Mo.. Sept. .",
lSt. F.ditok Demiwkat. As has
been my custom, since a citi.en of this
city, I attended the opening of the
Normal. 1 did it this morning with
unusual solicitude, as the Hoard of
Ilegents, at its last meeting, had re -
lieved several of the oldest and best
known members of the Faculty of the
school. Especially was I interested
in hearing the address of President
Dearmont. I knew he succeeded an
earnest, conservative and well-known
educator in this part of Missouri. I
wanted to treasure his address and
ideas, as far as I could, with men like
Cheney and Norton, who by common
consent are recognized as the ablest
and most successful Presidents that
ever administered the affairs of the
It gives me much pleasure to report
to you that it has been many, many
years since I heard a wiser, sounder
and better inaugural address than
that delivered by President Dearmont
It was entirely free from superficial
or "catch sentences,'" or was there
the slightest pretense J so-called
There was no sawing of the air,
" pounding the desk. or stamping of
He spoke like an educator, not like
He reasoned like i logician and
philosopher of original ideas, not
like a demagogue reciting a declama
tion. He persuadt-s yo-t that he is entirely
-sincere and iacapr.bie of deception or j
-of schemes ami tri-'s.
His tribute to character, noble, j
.manly, christiani.karacter was sx higr
and lofty tiiat I wish every parent :e
the Nornutl l!'-trict - could ha"?
Hisapi'M' .- the young fi-opie ;tf
tl:e school to discipline OmhiscI" es
and relieve the Faculty of tliat Sity
was timely am", most appropriate: rnd
yet all he -aid r.as quiet at-.l mod-st.
but in a jc.iri-tly clear ad dist'ict
I am cot : prophet. 15 j prsfict
that if the uo.-nl of llege-.?.s .:!' fol
low his sv.gg-j-'tion or brit.g to hi" aid
a Facu.'ty of 'ike ability, the St.;th
ea-t Normal ill miud ;EVr apor the
ra of its hisi.o-y
1 regret tin, vol! and other
bi rs of the 'it-ess of Sovth-'as Mis
souri v.we ot present so th:. the
reading pubU- of this swtion -:if the
State oi'ld h'ive the pleasure of "-ad
ir:g w i.at J 're-ident Dcarir-ont die say.
One laore v-'.ird. This -:booi a.'hile
belonging t:' the entire Stale es
pecially tir.' school V Kt.!i'',!;east
The jires.. f this par it-' tic. State
has and w.igl.t to have a i jejchO uride
and interest is it, and v far v it is
consistent w'tli these jdis of ''ight
ought ' vt-jw! our yoiii'g peoJe to
avail thews.;.1 "es of this .splendid op
portunity to acijuire aoi eduction
provid'v.1 fi- them by a generous
llilKKKT liVHETf -'V.'.rKl:.
Free !" riiare.
Any aidult snllering- from si i-o'd
settled on "ije breast. bronViitis
throat or lung troubles of any na-t'ire.
who will all at W. II. Coerver will
be presented with a sample -bottle of
Boschee's Go'-rjiau Syrau. ." of
charg'e. .aly.tf2e bottle given to one
person, and uoae to childivn witut
order from parents.
No throat or lung remedy ever Lad
such a sale as Boschee's Cemuan
Syrup iu all ptrts of the civili.'.ed
ivorld. Twenty yars ago millions of
bottles weiv given away, and yo'jr
druggists will tell you its success w:a.s
marvelous. It is really the or!r
Ttroat and Lung Jlemedy generally
endorsed by physicians. One 75 cunt
bottle will cure or prove its value, j
Sold by dealers m all civilized.
couctries ma2'Jn.. .
A l ard oi j jiuuks.
We wish through the Daily Dkji
OCKAT to extend our thanks to the
many friends for aid and sympathy
shown us at the death of my wife.
Mrs. M. A. Nichols, and our mother
who departed this life Sept. 6th. We
thank them most kindly and ever bear
their kindness fresh in our memories.
D. A. Nichols,
Jos ie Cocrtway,
H. B. Miller.
TneKagle, King of all Birds,
b notel for itskeenjsight, lear and
distinct vision. So are those persons
who, use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any
. kind or granulated. lids. Sold by all
.: dealers at 25 cents.
ltob Taylor on Cob In;;ersol.
i sal in me ''real meat re at ine a a-
tiona.1 capital. It was thronged with
youth and beauty, old aire and wis- :
j dom. I saw a man. tin; imagine of
j of his God, stand upon the stage and
j I heard hiin speak.
1 His gestures were the perfection of
! grace, his voice was music and his
; language was more beautiful than any
I had ever heard from mortal lips.
He painted pictures of the pleasure
of joys and sympathies of home. He
enthroned love and preached the gos
pel of humanity like an angel. Then
I saw him dip deep his brush into the
ink of mortal blackness and blot out
the beautiful pictures he had painted.
I saw him stab love dead at his feet.
1 1 saw him blot the stars and the sun
and leave humanity and the universe
in eternal darkness and eternal death.
I saw him. like the serpent of old,
worm himself into the paradise of
human hearts and by his seductive
eloquence and subtle devices of soph
istry, inject his fatal venom, under
whose blurht its flowers faded, its
music was hushed, its sunshine was
darkened and the soul was left a
desert waste with only the new made
graves of faith and hope.
I saw him a lawless, erratic meteor
witfeeut an orbit, sweep across the
inte-Mwctual sky, tirilLuuit only in its
self-consuming fire, generated by fric-ti-e-n
with the indestructible ami eter
nal truths of God.
That man as archangel of
-modern infidelity. and I said how true
jis the Holy .Writ which declares "The
j'lool hath saii in hi- heart there N no
It'll me net, on liimlel. there is no
God, no heaven. ;k hell! Teil );e not.
oil. inliiiel. "Jie.re is no risen Christ!
What ii.'tvlll'j-tve less than God
could fashion lr;- human budy? What
motive pofcer i-. it, if not God. "hat
drives ti thfjbing engine of the
human ! rt w'ti ceaseless, tirele-s !
stroke, se.-uling the crimso.'i sti-tarns
of life V-ound'.Eg; and cireiihi'ing
through -very vein and artery'-1
When-' and 'w;ut. if not f i'r-f'.. is
this my.'eiy we call Mind? Wlu-it is
it that thinks :vi! feels and know- and
acts? .!i, v.-li ran ieny the : t f tiity
that sti's- within us?
(od " everywhere and in evory bud
and blossom and leaf and to.-: in
every .Tick :im.l rill anJ ' :,l and
inouiiVin. in every spring sind river.
The ".'ii-tle of f i is .wind's is :2 every
zephyr His might is in t-vt vy rinH-st.
II.- d. veils ir. the dark pavilions of
everc- torm cloud. The lL."'.'.ning is
His s."sseiger.ir.nd the thunder is His
voice. His avful tivad is in every
crfrUi-,1 Jake and on every angry ocean.
The .. vens ab ye us Uw. with His
myriads of shining vitui-s. TI;;
imivi--e of uU' r systetcs whese wheel
ing o"'js course the crrst :!.! paths ol
halls ( f eternity,
the glory j-.')d power
of the A'.' rise, om-
tiijiotut't and eternal Coii.
Terk Kyc .Made strm:.iii,
dim vi- ion made clear, styis- oemoved
and granulated. "ids or sore eyes of
any kind siee;Jily and ofv-ctually
cured by the use of Suthcrlj-UtVs Eagle
Eye .Sct've. It's ..'jut up in tubes, an 1
sold or. a guarac'tee-by all "rood drug
A. oorslep I'lillosiipliRT.
As AViyor F;i"!ey came i.wn the
stejis of his residoice Saturday' morn
ing h; taiv a man -fitting on the .'owest
one. It wasn't li o'clock. br Mr.
Farley, .-ja his way to inspect. a piece
of new bawl pavemo it, was in a hurry.
The mac 'ookei uv. "Mornin", Mr.
Farley. " ie said, a-f he arose .to his
feet, '"tic-od iiiornJng,'' said the
Mayor. Then h louVcd at the man a
little more closely. "Oh, it's vou.
Mike, is iC"? "Yis, i.'r. Farley."'
"Well, what do you want here:-"
"I want :i wurrud wid you. Jlr.
-Conie. Mike, vou knww it's no us-,
you.M ;l driakig man anu ,,ve ot
nothing for drinking mec.
"But, Mr. Fairlev, wait a bit."
"Listen. Mr. Fairlcy. A man can
get drunk an' get sober again, but a
dom fool is a dom fool all his life."
And with this epigrammatic bit of
philosophy the man on the step drew
aside and let the smiling Mayor pass.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
TheBest Itemed)-for Flux.
Mr. John Mathias, a well known
stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says:
"After suffering for over a week with
flux, and my physician having failed
to relieve me, I was advised to try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and have the
pleasure of stating that the half of
one bottle cured me." For sale by I.
Ben Miller. ,
A sucrcsslin Turlir Law.
Its a;:aiu wr.ivc the Ile-iublican
to be n lui-.ster builder of
I'onouiiC measures. Since, .'.lareu, 1
; the tariff law bearing the name -if tl;e
I late Mr. Dingloy. hat which has the
marks of general l'.epubliean leader-
'ship, lias yielded receipts averaging
: $700,000 a day. which is considerably
' more than was estimated. The Wil-
son tariff law, in a corresponding
period, produced one-fourth less. But
it is not alone in revenue that the
Dingley law shows excellent results.
It is in every way -an important ele
ment in industrial progress and the
general prosperity of the country. In
the first place, it applies the principle
of protection judiciously. Our annual
purchases of foreign woolens have
fallen from MS,12,92 to $13,831,::
of manufactured fibers fJom $32,546,
8ij to $25,132,4!C: manufactures of
wood from $20,543,810 to $14,499,487:
manufactures of iron and steel from
$10,094,557 to $12,098,23; manufactures
of leather from $13,283,151 to $11,116,
551, and manufactures of tin plate
from 23f ,073,83 pounds to 108,484,820
pounds. Purchases of foreign wool,
which were $53,243,191 during the last
year of th Wilson law, were only
$8.322,W7 in the last fiscal year.
In nonconijxjtitive crude materials
the importation has largely increased.
In comparison with the last year of
the Wilson law. the imports of raw
silk have grown from ?17.5"S.l(i3 to
i3I,7ti;342: of certain raw fillers from
$12.-l'15.4ls to a2o.2Ihi.727: or crude In
dia rubber Vom ?17.55x,lii.l to
17i,.'U2, am? of raw tin from i,5.'!.'!,
U52 to II,!'' 43,357. Our exports of
vnanufactv.vs last year
Jllilliotis the heaviest
Such ar the definite
enormoi's value to the
wei' by many
pro-f.- of the
country of the
pivsent I republican ta'.'it
T ..t it
is assailed in the lK-u:
ratic p hit-
trie vear. y.u
i that party is
ioim as jHissible.
aster- in which th
volved the countrv
Wilson law in
to ha ve Im-cII
forgjtti-n by Mt.m;xratie managers,
but ' he iM-opie kno'w the lUTTc.vnce lie-
tw. n tin; pre.-cr era a no' that of j
lleriocratif iepr.-si(r! and panic a
few year ago. ' UW-t .!;: -ra.
i:v.;i . i-
stv s that his li:t.:e
mr 'aria verv sev.-i
? that sirnv
he gave lierSi','!iur1Ii
th'nks of i-av:iig N'w
mviimer resort without
's. he never '.
Vork for his j
; lew bottle
a.r far ti.io;t. ;uini.':
rv anil Original '
uu iU- Mail I rpr.
Wiiat will the g.'
ivijK'i's d. ne.rt? Thi
s')in? titse asK-' nearly every nay. J'J" j
there is one which ieads .ill others. J !
jL'iere is one v.ni. ii ea.is.ii.oiners.
jh:is gained the sobri.)!!-;. of "Ameri-
e.i s l.reates! ewspaH-r hy just sii-n
remarkable iin-es of ci;
vie which hji-. just uov
attention t the pi-e.-s
Last week the New York Sunday
World amiov.Mceil that it would ghe
away an album of new and original
music, consi-ting of teu of the up-to-di'to
class of :-ugs that are now so
popular, such as songs jf sentiment,
'won'' songs, "cakejvalks." iVc.
These ten song's the Sunday World
proposes to distribute one ;ach week,
with every copy of the Sunday World.
WJien it is considered that .the average
price of new music, written and com
posed by popular authors, is from .'to
to 4 cents, the unparalleled enter
prise of The World in giving the song
awav with a big Sunday m:Hspaier,
for which only 5 cents is charged, is
apparent. The World requests that
wo pvblish the following announce
A Music Album Free. From Sept
'.i to Nov. 5. the Sunday World will
issue weekly a sonir in sheet music
form-, with handsome colored cover.
liie entire set will lie mailed, postage
paid, for 5oc. Ucmittances received
after Sept. .'! will get the back numbers
and each new number issued. Besides
the song. The World will also send
ltd colored Art I'ortiono, wnicn is a
marvel of journalism: its Sunday
Magazine, which equals the monthly
periodicals, and its Comic Weekly,
which excels evejy comic weekly in the
United States except two. and in its
comic scope equals -these two 10-cent
Write a postal card to the Sunday
World Music Editor, Pulitzer Build
ing, New York, for a list of the songs.
Have Yon Had the Urlpf
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough--incidental tosthis
Til K HAN N Kit t'Olt.N MK1.I).
A Tract ol lilllMI Ac-res that Will
leia on,oo ItuslieN.
I.V l-j.iYlT. II.LIXOIS. September 5
South of Ava. in Southern Illinois,
frtm the brow -of one of the Kinkaid
hills, can lie seen the most magnificent
field of corn upon which the white
man's vision has rested since the time
the Pilgrims landed and learned to
know the merits of maize in hasty
pudding. The September sun is put
ting the golden color upon liOOO acres
of corn in one great body. This is
the banner corn field of the world. It
will give this year 600,000 bushels of
corn, an average of 100 bushels to the
acre. The statement will be ques
tioned. And the people who know
most about corn outside of the Amer
ican Bottom will be the first to chal
lenge. Even the Egyptians of Illinois
look askant at such a claim. But
those who have seen the extraordinary
spectacle agree that nowhere in 'be
world is there such a crop of corn
maturing on the same ground space.
Even from the nearest hilltop this
field appears to be a solid mass. As
far as the vision reaches the corn ex
tends without apparent break. On
closer approach the spectacle is even
more impressive. The corn stands at
an average neigni oi i- ioei. so
heavy is it that a man four rows from
the outer edge can not be seen. At a
little distance the edge -of the great
body presents an unbroken line, t'lose
view shows an occasional dividing
boundary iu the form of a narrow
road or lane. On either side of these
lanes the com rises like a wall high
above the wagon. Having ones en
tered the lane, the traveler liuds it
impracticable to turn around. The
only thing to do is to drive to the
other side of the great iield. Nobody
who has ridden through thetiomi acres
ouestions the estimate of l'J bushels
I to the acre. And nobotiy who has
visiteil the iiclti since t.ie present crop
U-gan to mature can re;i;eiuler to have
seen the like of it before.
Even the cultivators of this excep-
'tional Iield admit that they have never
had such a crop as this year's. To
there is nothing unusual in a
of seveniy-live i.uh-ls to the
lai'iv. In uniavorahle s.-asons they
can safely count on liftv tosixtv bush
els. But l N r bushels for the entire
tract is the record-breaker. A capi
talist from the greatest corn-raising
sectioii of liliuois, the vicinity of
Springfield, hist week bought WO
r i : .
field of corn. He
i.aiu ssjm). A cash oticr oi .ti.H.
i for H acres was refused. Byway
-0f interesting contrast, it may le
tateil right here that less than ten
t tands the
tue ground upon which
banner corn crop ;f the
i banner corn vear changed hands at si
: ;U1 ;l,.lv. Where the banner crop is
a.-ntin- and hanlening, within half a
i n jl(J ,
lucks had a summer
i nesting' a no latching plact
"It is a surprising fact." says Prof.
Iloutou, "that in my travels in all
parts of the world, for the last .ten
years, I have met more- people having
used (ireen's August Flower than any
other remedy, for dysjicpsia, deranged
liver and stomach, and for constipa
tion. I find for tourists and salesmen,
or for persons tilling office positions,
where headaches and general bad
feelings from irregular habits exist,
that Crcen's August Flower is a grand j
remedy. It does not injure the system j
yb frequent use, and is excellent
sour stomachs and indijestion."
Sample bottles free at W. II. Coervcr.
Sold by dealers in all civilized
Wavtns the Klas.
It (the stars and stries) was the
ilag of the South from 177i to 1 S ; I .
and even during the four years of
fighting for our construction of the
constitution it was as much our flag
as the ilag of those who fought for
another construction. Practical ne
cessity demanded the use of another
uamier in me neiu. ana one was
chosen, but against the wishes of era
inent Southern men. The "Hag of the
stars" was the Hag- of the South from
the beginning, is now and will be
always. It has not lost its beauty.
It is not stained. It is not ugly. And
wherever it floats it bears the stars of
the South as well as the stars of the
North and is the equal possession and
pride of every section of our country.
Macon (Ga. ) Telegraph.
Book on Disease of Horses.
Book on diseases of horses, cattle,
sheep, dogs, hogs and poultry mailed
free by addressing Humphreys' Veter
mary bpecincs, corner William &
Sts., New York.
TIIK NEW LAW.
! I'rolilbits the I'hc of Arsenic or Alum
j In Food Articles.
The law enacted by the last Legis
lature, a copy of which was recently
published in our columns, and which
prohibits the manufacture or sale of
any article intended for food or to be
used in the preparation of food, which
contains alum, arsenic, ammonia, etc.,
places Missouri at the head of the
states in the matter ef sanitary legis
lation. Law restricting the use of alum ip
bread have been in force in England,
Germany and France for many years.
In this country, in Minnesota, Wis
consin, Michigan, Ohio, -tucky and
several other States, direct legislation
in reference to the sale of alum ba
king powders has also been effected.
In several of these States their sale is
prohibited unless they are branded to
show that they contain alum, and in
the District of Columbia, under the
laws of Congress, the sale of bread
containing alum has been made illegal.
Following are the names of some of
the brands of baking powder sold in
this State which are shown by recent
analysis to contain alum. House
keepers and grocers should cut the list
out and keep it for reference:
BLOSSUM f Contain Alum
Maur. by J. ti. Urant MacfCo. St. Louis.
PERFECT Contains Alum
Manf. by Prrfeet Baking Powder to. St. Louis
BON BON Contains Alum
Manr. by Grant Cuenm-al Co., Chicago.
K. C. Contains Alum
Maur. by .laqiirs Mlp. Co.. Chicago.
SPOT CASH Contains Alum
Hundreds of private or grocers own
brands, made from alam. will under
law become contraband.
That Tbrobbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if you
King's New Life Pills,
of sufferers have proved
, their matchless merit for sick and ner-
vious heauachc. i ue uiaive pure
blood and strong nerves and build up
your health. Easy to take. Try
them. Only 25c. Money back if not
cured. Sold by 1. Ben Miller. 5
Who fun solve This;
A short tiuwj ago Dave Weuinger
and Thos. Vessels, living near Mar
uuad, each married the daughter of
the other. 1 ave married Ida Vessel' ,
daughter of Thomas, and TlHJmas
married Daisy Wetiinger. daagliter of
Dave. What is the relationship of
the parlies anil what relation to each
family will any children born to them
bear'' Dave and Thomas are both
son-in-law and father-in-law to each
other. Daisy and Ida are each step
mother and dangnter-in-law to the
other. Daisy's children will ! half
brother or sister V) Ida, who will also
lie their step-granuliio'tiier. Also her
boys will be brother-in-laws to Dave,
their grandlather, by reason of lieing
of the half blood with ida, their step
grandmother. The children of Ida
and Daisy will lie related to each
other how? Will some one please
explain' We are muddled and con
fused and will have to leave tiie solu
tion of this perplexity to some one
more co:nietent. Fredericktowii Dem
How l lipicusnm
it is to see a beautiful child's face
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 iu all such cases. Parents
should give them that good and put
it-inv-u . oiiipuur tiucrs, wnicu wi i
search and drive out of the bloc I
every particle of humor. Ilea!
Never so much goodness crowded
into value as you will lind in our fur
nishing goods departments. We have
an immense line of summer shirts that
we are selling at greatly reduced
prices 1. W shirts go at 50c, ."
shirts go at 75e and 81.50 shirts go at
$1.00. Also great bargains in Men's
Heady-made Pants SI. 25 Jeans pants
go at 75c. $2.00 Cashmere pants at
$1.25, $4.00 Cashmere pants at $2.75.
Our stock of piece goods for suits,
pants, fancy vests and overcoats are
none but the best. For fall and win
ter we can show you an immense line.
Remember we have the only complete
line of hats, caps, neckwear and col
lars in the city. There are others but
none to equal us in the two essential
points: Quality and Prices. Our
styles always newest and correct.
J. T. Sackmann,
Cures all skin diseases in all its va
rious forms. No internal treatment
necessary. Failing money returned
to c purchaser. .
A (ape l.lrartleau C'onnty Enoch
About a year ago Christ Sander of
Dutchtown suddenly disappeared from
his home. What he left home for or
where he went no one seemed to know,
but he left and no word no tidings
no story as to the route he took. He
just got up and got and where he
headed for or where he got to he him
self probably never knew. After an
absence of nearly a year Mr. Sander
returned to his long lost home last
His returning was like the returning
of Enoch Arden, with the exception
that he found his home undisturbed.
His wife and children were there to
welcome him home.
Robbed the tirave
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ually in back and sides, no appetite
gradually growing weaker day by
day. Three physicians had given
me up, Fortunately, a friend advised
trying Electric Bitters; and to my
great joy and surprise, the first bot
tle made a decided improvement. I
continued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my life and robbed the grave
of another victim." No one should
fail to try them. Only 5Uc: guaran
teed, at l.'Ben Miller's drugstore. 5
ile Itousbt a Itlcyole.
A tnvy man with a square jaw
walked into a bicycle exchange on
Fourteenth street the other day. The
propri.ito.- advanced to wait on him.
"( limine a bike," said the square
jawed man. "To buy?'' "Yep.",
"What make?" "Any old mal'
"Here s our secialty goou-m?
"All right, is it? "Cood
mape:" "How much?'"
. as any
"Dab a little graplu
and pump her up."
on the chain
The propriety. daMjeU A ,iuk
graph me on her
up. lhe jfl. ;.,..,..! man nulled
ad of bills the size o' Ids wrist,
Slil"jned off a lifty, and
handed it to
ran the ma
the proprietor. I hen lie
chine out to the curb, got ou it ami
When the proprietor got over being
stunned he went to three or four
friends on the .block to get their opin
ion as to whether the li fry was coun
terfeit or the real thing. The bill was
genuine and the proprietor has been
yore or less dazed ever since.
"f can't understand such swift ac
tion as that in the bike business," he
says, with a puzzled air. Washing
A Thousand Ton;: lie
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springer of 1125 Howard st.
Philadelphia. Pa., when she found
that Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption had completely cured her
of a hacking cough that for many
years had made life a burden. All
other remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but she says of this royal
cure, "it soon removed the pain in my
chest and 1 can now sleep soundly,
something 1 can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the I'niverse. So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottles free at I. Ben
Miller's drugstore: every lottle guar
FAliM FOlt SALE.
A farm two miles from the East
Cape Girardeau, Illinois, ferry land
ing, containing 120 acres in high state
of cultivation. New two-story frame
house, well finished and in first-class
condition: large new barn 40xl0. The
Illinois Central Hail road runs right
along side of the farm and has accom
modation switch for the farmer who
runs the farm.
For further particulars, price and
terms apply to
U. J. LOXHIENXE.
jy(wlmj East Cape Girardeau, III.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
cald, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
old sores, fever sores, ulcers, boils,
felons, corns, all skin eruptions. Best
pile cure on earth. Only 2oc a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by I. Ben
Miller, druggist. 5
Notice to Contractors.
1 want a barn built on my lot on
Ellis street and will let contract to the
lowest and best bidder. Call at my
residence on Ellis street and get plans
aug29 T. F. Sewell.