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Women in Politics.
-Not many years ago no southern
newspaper would have urged women
to take an active part in politics, but
the times have changed, and many
things have changed with them.
In New Orleans the people have
started a movement against the ring
which controls that city, and we find
The Picayune earnestly advising the
women to use their influence in behalf
of honest municipal government. As
our contemporary puts it:
The crisis has come. The laws re
main a dead letter by the lawlessness
of those who should enforce them.
Vice and profligacy reign in high pla
ces and municipal legislators do not
stop at felonies. The crisis has come.
ana n is time ior ine women to join
the battle against municipal corruption
The time has come for them to assist
in the great work of municipal purifi
cation, and The Picayune believes they
will. So be it.
The Shreveport Times also favors the
active participation of women in poli
tics. It points out the good work of
the women of New York in fighting the
Tammany tiger, and of the women of
Kentucky in defeating Colonel Breck
inridge, and appeals to the women of
New Orleans to come to the front and
obtain the reforms which the men
have failed to secure.
It strikes us that the country is in a
bad way when its qualified voters are
unequal to the task of doing their duty
at the polls, and are forced to demand
the aid of the women. If we introduce
this new element into politics it will
probably work very satisfactorily for
a time, but when the novelty wears off
it is to be feared that society will lose
more than it will gain by the change.
Women can do more for their country
at home than they can ever do in ward
meetings, at the polls or by taking the
stump. Politics is a dirty business,
and the wives, mothers, sisters and
daughters of the land should be kept
out of it. Atlanta Constitution.
Laiues The druggist named below
will give you a free sample package of
Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles, which cure
diseases peculiar to women. Sold at
Crisp's drug store.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ltheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Mrs. P. K. Crisp.
Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure is the re
result of experience, skill and honesty.
It is a positive cure for all Stomach,
Liver and Kidney Troubles. Sold at
Crisp's drug store.
Lane's Medicine Moves the Bowels
Each Day. In order to be healthy this
Ladies Remember that diseases be
comes incurable. Dr. Sawyer's Pas
tills will positively cure long standing
cases. It heals and cures. Sold at
CrisD's drug store.
Wanted to trade a horse, top-buggy
and harness for a young mare. Apply
at this office.
Money and experience cannot pro
duce a better family medicine than Dr.
Sawyer's Family Cure. It cures diffi
culties of the Stomach and Liver.
Sold at Crisp's drug store.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
The undersigned, heretofore doing
business under the firm name of Baird
& Green, have this day dissolved part
nership by mutal consent. Ail parties
indebted to the firm will please come
forward at once and settle their ac
counts. Arcadia, Mo., Nov. 28, 1894.
H. N. Baird.
Jxo. B. Greex.
Children Cry for
'A recent discovery by an old
physician. Successfully used
onthlu by thousands of
'Ladies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine dis
covered. Beware of unprincipled druggists who
oHer Inferior medicines In place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cotton Root Compound, take no substi
tute, or inclose $1 and 6 cents in postage in letter
and we will send, sealed, by return mail. Full sealed
particulars in plain envelope, to ladles only, 8
Stamps. Address Pond Lily Company,
So. 3 Fisher Block. Detroit. JOcb.
Sold in Ironton, Mo., by P. K. Crisp,
The first of American
ITewapapers CHARLES A.
Vie American Constitu
tion, the American Idea, the
American Spirit, These
first, last, and all the time,
Daily, by mail, - - $6 a year
Daily & Sunday.by mail,$8 a year
The Weekly, - - - $ i a year
The Sunday Sun
's the greatest Sunday Newspaper in
Address THE SUN, New York.
TRY US NOW.
We have just bought from a manufacturer
worth of Fine Plush Kersev and Broadcloth
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN!
Styles and Petterns!
We will sell them at T&is'tv O
You may never get such another chance.
AND FINE SUITS!
The Best Makers! The Best
The Latest Styles!
At less than 50c on the dollar! We will give $100 to charitable purposes, if you find any
other house in Southeast Missouri that can compete with us in prices on Wraps or
Clothing. We are crowded with Plush and other Fancy Boxes, CHRIS 1 MAS
GOODS, Toys and Notions. To-day we place on sale 25 pieces all-wool, fifty-two
inches wide, DRJbSS FLAN JN1 ilLS, worth 7oc. They go at 4l)e and 45c a yard.
Also, 21 Ladies' Emb'd Dress Suits, wool; cost 6:25; at 2:25.
Remember, our SHOES are the Cheapest and the Best!
Under I. O. O. F. Hall,
means so much more than
marine serious and
diseases result from
trifling- ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
greatest gift health.
If you arefeelinjr
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex
have no appetite
and can't work,
begin at once tak
ing the most relia
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
tles cure benefit
comes from the
very first dose it
tvon't stain your
teeth, and it's
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Get only the eenuine-it has crossed red
' lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutes. . On receipt of two 2c. stamps we
' will send set of Ten Beautiful World'
Fair Views and book free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MD.
IN THE ARCADIA VALLEY.
A home-made pamphlet,
profusely illustrated, descrip
tive of the Valley and its sur
roundings. A souvenir which
every visitor to the Valley
should possess. For sale at
this office; ten cents a copy.
By mail, postpaid, twelve
The Register has for sale
Marriage Certificate Books
50 to the book with stubs.
The law requires the person
solemnizing marriage to issue
a certificate and to keep a
record of the same. These
Books answer all the purpose.
60c per Book-.
Job Work of all kinds neatly execiit
ed at this office.
R.J. LACKLAND, WM.tf. THOMSON,
ln7VT. R. EDCHR
Jttoroeg at ff aw,
Will Practl e in all the Courts of the State
WITH DINNING BYRNS,
Attorney at Law
l Ironton, Mo.
Will practice in all the Courts of the 26th
ZIt. A. 8. PllISCE,
I ronton , Missouri,
IENDBKShls professional arrvic to tbepe
pie of this section. He will te found a
t.mes at his office and will give prompt attentio
totbe demands of bis patrons.
JOHN A. SEGNER,
BARBER AND HAIR-DMSSE'
No sponges used. Clean
towel for every shave.
OPP. TOST OFFICE.
H. 7t. COLLINS'
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE;
gVTOTICETOPICNICERS AND EXCURSIONISTS
w'l'Hacks, Spring-Wagons, Single and
Double Buggies: Three-Seated Car
riages and Two-Seated Carriages, with com
petent drivers; also, the best of Saddle
Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen can be had
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
18S4. For further particular address, M
W. D. VAND1VER, I
Pres'i of Faculty.
South Side of Courthouse Square.
PUMPS, PAINTS, &C.
gg- Job-Work, Roofing and Guttering
T. T. BALDWIN.
J. T. BALDWIS.
IRONTON PLANING MILU
Keep t!ons8nr!tjyon Hand
A Full Supply ol
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Frames, Molding, Balusters, Stair
Work, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 'PLASTER HAIR'
in fact, everything required in construction of a building.
race UDntracts ior kuck. ajnd BRICK WORK, and CJuarai-tee Perfect Nat
isfaction In every respect. Prices warranted to be tbe Lowwt in the Valley
Give ua a call and be convinced. BALDWIN BEOS.
Oiilv . SOc. Read Thic All Tiirough.
Newest Designs. Lfadimr Styles, f erf Pat 'Crn
for Ladies, Misses and Children. 8upeb !UuraUi.
Fashion Notes. Health and Beauty. Fawry
Beautifully lUastrated Sugaenttoua. Stortie. Children
Page. Practical Pag. Practical, useful a&d economic
hints of all kinds. Pre-eminently the FaAbkHt Journal
for the million.. A valuable. cleaa koaMapM aanar to
only 60c. a year. v
THE QUEEN OF FA!
Tba Cs.'sbrilJd CcCiII Eizir Pittsrcs
" Established TwentyFh Ysars.
Ton me think yon cannot afford another oaf
Adnnot afford to be without it. Tkb Ouzbs Mxt
'Will actually save you from fifty to five hufejed tiro'
SO cents by it hints, "How to make over old dre
stocilnss, gloves, children's clothinff. etc., etc" The way to begin real economy.
fTrr cpj?Pf A T TV Each month we tell yon how to get a complete suit for from
Jjll C3I JLV.lXly 11. g1O-0o to gis.OO equal to tailor made. Just how to do it.
Vv'uere to pet iu Ail tua material, even to the minutest little article of trimming- Jnst
how to make it, etc., etc This alone wiU be worth fifty times tho cost of the subscription
to any woman. .
THE GREATEST OFFER YET.
A PATTERN and any four of the following standard books, bound in white and gold, new
larze type, pood paper, all sent free : or the pattern and six sheets of music, such aswouia
cost you 40 cents each in a store, delivered free in any part of the United States or Canata.
if you send it once twenty-five 2c stamps for a newyearly subscription. Wo lose money oy
this, but once n subscriber always a subscriber. Can select the pattern any time. Mention
tne numoers 01 ttia books you want. Don C wait tiu its too tate.
1. The Yellow Mask. Wilkie Collins.
a. Forcing the Fetters. Mrs. Alexander. --
3. The ctoroon. Miss M. E. Eraddon.
4. The Bag of Diamonds. George M. Fen a.
5. Lady Grace. Mrs. Henry Wood.
5. The Squires Darltnc Charlotte M. Braema.
7. The Shadow of a Sin. Charlotte M. Bracme.
8. Reveries or A Bachelor. Ik. Marvel.
9. The Duchess. " The Duchess."
10. Single Heart and Double Face. Chas. Reade.
n. Cricket on the Hearth. Chas. Dickens.
12. A Wicked Girl. Mary Cecil Hay.
13. Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures. D.Jerrold.
14. Called Back. Hugh Conway.
Address, THE McCALL CO., 46 East 14th St., New York.
15. A Rocrs s Life Wilkie Collins.
iS. Ships That Pass in the Night. B llarraJen.
17. A Study in Scarlet. A. Conan Doyle.
18. Wedded and Pasted. Charlotte M. Biaema.
19. Mv Lady's Monky. Wilkie Collins.
atx Maid, Wifb OS Widow. Mrs. Alexander.
at. Back to the Old Home, Mary Cecil Hay.
22. A Yxllow ASTBa. lota.
23. Black Bbauty. Anna Sewell.
24. Charlotte Temple. Mrs. Roman.
25. Th Hsir ok Lynne. Robert Buchanan.
26. The Man in Black. Stanley J. Wcyoua.
27. DODO. E. F. licnson. ,
L. GIOVANONI. ATJGr. KUSii.
GIOVANONI & EIEKE,
Will keep a f ull line of Undertakers' Goods on hand
can fill orders at Ten Juinutes' Notice.
We Have a TIJVJE HEAHssj,
JPurniahed When Ht sired.
Offices Half-Way House, North Ironton.
nd at Barber-Shop cap t of Courthouse.
GIOVANONI & RIKKK.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE!
St. Louis, tlie ISToirth and. ICast.
"Connections made in Union Depot at St. Louis with through trains Express
Trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville,Indianapolis,Cleveland,Detrolt,Buaalot
New York. Philadelphia, Boston, Washington and all principal Eastern cities.
Only One Change of Cars to San
Francisco and the City of Mexico!
Through cars to Galveston, Houston, Dallas, Ft. Worth, San Antonio,
Laredo and El Paso.
Free- (Reclining Chair Cars to Texarkana
For ticket, sleeping car berths and further information, arplr to Company
nearest agent; ..-.-.
ST. LOUIS 1
H. C. TOWKSKND,
Gen. P andT. Asr't.
ST. LOUISXAPE GIRARDEAU k FORT SMITH R'Y
The CAPE ROUTE, with its direct connection on the East and Weft
forms the Only G eat East and West Lin of Southern Missouri
The CAPE ROUTE runs Solid Daily Passenger Trains, making the verj
best connections with all passenger trains on connecting lines.
The-J unction Points and Connections are as follows:
AT CAPE GIRARDEAU
With theGrannd Tower and Carbondale Ry. for all points in Illinois, Indiana
and Kentucky. Also, with Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee River Boats,
AT DELTA, MO.
With the Cotton Belt Ry. for points in Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana. Also,
with the Belmont Branch of the Iron Mountain for points North and South.
AT BROWN WOOD, MO.
With the Zalma Branch of the Cape Route.
AT WILL1AMSVILLE. MO
With the Main Line of the Iron Mountain Ry. for St. Louis and points North
and for Little Rock, Memphis, Hot Springs and all points South.
AT HUNTER, MO.
With the Memphis Route for Willow Springs, Springfield, Ft. Scott, Kansai
City and all points West and Southwest.
E. F. BLOMEYER, Superintendent.
E. A. KIMMEL, Traveling Agent, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
S. E. STRONG, M. D.
Office Hours: t to 3 r. m., and 6 to 8 p.
Academy of Music,
For Theatrical and Operatic Enter
tainments, Exhibitions, Balls, Etc.
KnxS7fit. Mtaere. 22x37 feet.
nnonlni, rtr nrrtaoAn 1 11 m 1 6 : fix 12. TWO
dresainK-rooms.one ou either "lde of stage,
and alargre room underneath. FourScenes
8treet,Vood,Kitchen and Parlor in groovi b
Fitted wltn aiiorainaryappurteunuceB. n.u
seated with chairs,and gallery with benches
Seating capacity about 600.
The towns ol lronion, ruo iviii;uuu
Arcadia, with a population of 3,000, are
within a radius of one mile Ironton in
Forterms, etc.. apply to
W. T. GAY, Superintendent.
J. A. Stafford. Pilot Knob. Mo., will
deliver Sunlicht Coal anywhere in the
Valley, at $3.50 a ton. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 41
Notice is herebr given to all 3redltor and
others interested in tbe estate of Jos. O.
Clarkfon,decea8ert,that tbe undprMgncd ad
ministrator of said estate, Intends to make, fi
nal settlement thereof at tbe next term of tbe
County court of Iron county, to be held at
tbe courthouse in lronton.Iron county. Mo.,
on tbe first Mondav in December next ame
beinsr the 3d day of Deeemhpr, A. D. 1894.
.!. W. CLAKSON,
Administrator de bonis non cum testamento
The system of education pursued Id thi
institution is designed to develop tbe moral
intellectual and physical powers of tbe pi
pils; to make them refined, accomplished
and useful members of society.
Pupils of 11 denominations are equally re
3eived all interference with their codtIcUocs
being carefully avoided.
-T ERM S-
Board, Washing of Clothes, Tuition n Eng
lish, and all kinds of Useful and Orna
mental Needle Work, per Session of F1v
Months, are $90.00 payable In advance,
erms for instruction In Music, Foreign
Language, Drawing and Painting can b
had by applying as oelow.
Attached to the Convent, and totally tepa
ted from the boarding school, Is a
S6L6CT DHY SCHOOL,
in which tbe usual branches of sound and
practical education are carefully Imparted.
Terms in tbe Day School will be, for tb
present, One Dollar per Month.
Information may oe had by applying In
person or by letter, to -
MOTHER MARIAN, 8uprWen
Ofths Convent ol ta Ursulin Sislrs,Ac4ia,lfa
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