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THE CEOPLES t’APKIt. t.v.vor.vfv i/a’.v/s. [The Stale Pres* Association has tlxcd Hie jirlce of annonimlng candidates for municipal offices at <6 J FOK MAJOR. We sre authorised to announce IION. GKOHOK A KUO a candidate for mayor of Hay St. Loots, subject lu the action of the Democratic primary. FOB SBCKKTAHY. We arc authorise to atimnioce HON. RICHARD MKNDK3 a candidate for secretary of Bay St. Loins, subject to the action ol the Democratic pi I unify. City Echoes, It Is new Sheriff Ladner. Sec Keller’s new ad of new goods. Attorney John L. Menders m made s business trip to New Orleans Monday. U was a draw ! The freight train came ton liuish ihere.—Picayune. Misst'arlolta Pulalaek.of New Orleans, Is the guest of Mrs. and Miss dcMoutlu *ln. , Mr. Ira Ford, a prominent attorney from Scranton, registered at the Crescent hotel, Mr, Clms. J. Hahn has moved to the Ames property, corner Front and Apothe cary streets. Mr. and Mrs. Anson J- Cole, promi nent pecple cf Chicago, are registered at the Hay St I.ours Hotel M-a. Zemphrim canto over Sunday lornlng from New Orleans on a visit to cr dangdler, Mrs. 1,. Huron. due of the pirculmrtllet* about "JO la tat Uremia the same either aide tip. 1( >u don’t believe It, reverse it and see.— Herald, “A Day In Day St. !,onia,” by Uev, Sam Jones, will tin doubt be the aubject ol that gentleman's pen some day, lie having spent Tuesday here. Mr. Victor Lelorey, an Intellectual gen tleman liom Wortbnrg, Morgan coun ty, Toun., spent the holidays here with his brother, Mr. Amelins I.elorey. .CMlss Louisa Iglesla, of New Orleans la spending a week here with her sister, Mrs. I’aul Dlllman and the Misses Lad ners. Little Miss Catherine Hale left Monday morning fur a ylait in New Orleans. She N was accompanied by her cousin, Miss Aide Worseley who spent here a holl .V vacation from school. . f - Advertising is the soul of business. It Is (list which meets the public before the public meets the good and if It lulls 10 inake a good impression the goods will never have a chance.—K*. When In need of anything for your boat do not forget Hordes Bros., of New Or- I'' ans^g&oV’kCA- anything, la -the ship esJhtfnatWFTinc, and are among the most prominent sail makers in America. Con sult their advertisement on page 1. Sunday's t;. & N. excursion was well patronised and brought many of the wel come excursion infs to' Day St. Louis. We'oaderstand February will be the last of these monthly excursion after which the regular Sunday trips will be resumed. In ihe treatment ofennip and whooping rough, Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral has a most in irvtdons ellect. Thousands of lives are saved annually by tba use of Ibis medi eine. It frees the obstructed air-pas sages, allays inllamation, and controls the desire to cough. S. Oterl, of New Orleans, owner of fruit steamers and who Ims his his vessels registered at this port, tiled a protest with lb.; Board ot Supervisors this week, pro testing against an assessment of (90,0(0 vyiirth ot steamships levied by the county. Mrs. Rosema Dordage, nee Bourgeois, died at her home In Waveland last Sun day evening at 4 o’clock, age 53 years. The deceased was .a good soul, and the funeral being largely attended well show ed the esteem In which she was held. The Kcho regrets to announce the Li nes* of its personal friend, Mr.tL Muller. .Sometime ago ho contracted a severe cold which gradually grew worse until It has dually developed into pneomon.a. However, we hope the services ol Dr. Turner, the attending physician, will soon pull him throngb. Mr. J. L. Megehce, ot Picayune, Misa„ an old member of comity board from his district, was, at tho meeting if tbc new b >ard jyjoibiy t parte its president. The selection could not have been a bet ter one, as Mr, Megebee Is a just, straightforward and honorable gentle man, believing that right above all things comes flrst. The new board with Mr. Megebee at its head can be guilty of no wrong doing. Mr. Francis Lyn le, who was a resident ot Bay St. Louis until only a few years ago, is an author who ot late has been dtstingu’ahing bimselt In tho literary arena. IDs latest ia a serial story, "A Question of Courage,” and Is published by one of the largest syndicates In the country. The scenu of the story is !n t.twrroountainous district ol east Tennes see, and jelatcs a tale of love and ad yen lure; how the hero followed bis lady love into the mountain wilds, and how he flu ally won her. A number of friends assembled Sunday afternoon at the new dwelling building of Mrs. A. Cragnon to attend the bless ing ceremony ol the place which was con ducted by Very Rev, Father Lei nc, the sponsors being Mr. James Q. FayarJ and his sister Miss Kulalie. An abundance of refreshments for both the thirsty and hungry were **’ rvc d and the most congen ial of spirits prevailed. Mrs. Oragnou ertalnly has a pretty and comfortable home In every way and to Bay St. Louis it Is not only an improvement but an or nament aa well. Mr. Oaston Qardebled had the contract and has proven himself a builder of more than ordinary abl^ty. KIND HRO ron THE KOITII. Oil Tuesday last f hud occasion lu comment on • rones of spoeiu 1 dispatches to theCbioago TiinesHuml.t lYnm interior point* in Ilia Northwest, showing Hint hundred* Of fanners with their families i were 0 iiigruling from the States of low*, I Nebraska, Kansas, Wisconsin. Montauo I noil file two Dakotas In Ibo Month unit | ink'll); up their homos ill Alabama, Mm- I slssippi, Tennessee anil Louisiana where, nfterdisposing tlioir (anus I’l the Idixiiird •lrli'knii region of the great Northwest, I In 1 ? bail purchased fertile lands lor from fsi to 910 nn acre in uolimnte which ran' not lie excelled on earth anil in wbieh they are able to labor Hie whole year nomil anil harvest from three to four crons instead of only one. Hie South extends a cordial welcome to this thrift; and long desired class of immigrants, and wo are Kind to know that they arc coming anil will continue to come to cast their lot with our |ieoid.i and assist in making the Southland the wealthiest section of the Union. The Chicago Times-llerald is well swarc of the Southward movement us the following editorial will show: ‘•lt is uo longer westward lint south want that the star of empire takes its way. As swtforth in ihe Times-llerald yesterday, Ilia miirrh ot emmigratlou is making a i wide sweep toward the milder climates ol | the South, and men anil women are fleeing 1 from regions of eight and nine months, | winter to n more equable zone. They are beginning to discover that it is an im meiise waste of energy and money to spend more than nne-hnlfof I heir earnings nml two thirds of their time in the mere effort to keep warm ami comfortable when they may have that eondliion tor nothing. “That this impulse was bound to enuie just as soon us the Southern Stairs re covered from the effects ol Ihe war and become accustomed to new channels of business and labor has long boen foreseen, fhe progressive Southerners have them selves been alert to bring a bon I ibis bolter day and their soil'll has been luaiiilesled, not only in the success of the Al lunla ex position, but in Ihe vast industries that have prospered at Hil'iuingliiilii, at Chat tonoogi, a; Knoxville and other notable points In the South. "The poop I o understand also that negro problem, if not settled is already in pio ■gress of settlement, and that it In at least no longer a source of irritation. llenre hat harrier is thrown down and there is no deterrent cause to bar the overflow of humanity (mine ihe busier and more ac tive hives of thu wot Id. "And this is all the Smith needs, a teeming popu'atiuu to develop iu vast natural resources, to dot it wirii towns and r’lics, to make it laugh with fruitful hu; vests and a material prosperity such as lew eudiilries have enjoyed. “And with this prosperity comes the better feeling North and Smith that grows out of homogeneity of purpose and pur suit ” This is a very just and proper acknow ledgement of advantages the South offers to the farmers ol the West and Northwest wh;re it is impossible to labor out of floors more than six months of the twelve and the failure of a crop means much sutlVnug toman as well as boast. The article we have reproduced from the Times-Herald j i written in a spirit of fairness and ami j I.V) hut it is nothing more than what we expected to see in its columns, because ever since Mr. If. J|, Kuhlsaat became the proprietor of the paper he has niani i tested a friendly feeling for (lie South and I has taken a deep interest in every move* I meat the purpose of which is the develop ment of lur marvelous resources. This | able mid fail—winded journalist under stands that the American people have buried sectionalism no deep that its resur rection is immiHsiblu and the prosperity of the now awakening South will mid to I the prosperity of every portion of onr united country.—V. o. States. County Officers Take Office. The newly-elected officers for the coun ty offices were qualified, presented their bonds and were sworn in last Monday, to bold office for the ensuing four ycais. The following named arc the gentlemen and their respective positions: Kmllu H. Hoffmann, clerk of circuit and chancery courts. Frank J. Ladner, shcnfT and tax col lector. Joseph A. Favre, treasurer. F. (!. Bordage, assessor. JamccT. Kagan, surveyor, J. L. Megehee, presiucui board of su pervisors. A. H, Buss, sup rvlsor, beat No. X. W. 11. Slaydun, supervisor, beat No. 2. Heat 8 represented by J, L. Megeohe. P. J. Mauffrv, supervisor, beat No. -t. Keltx V. Saucier, supervisor, b iat 5. W. W. Wallace, justice ol Ihe peace, district No. I. John A. Seal, constable. George W. Seal, justice ol the peace, district No. 2 J. L. Herring, constable. John J. Hcrllby, justice ol the peace, district No. 8. John O. Haas, justice of the peace, district No. 4. Job*. A. rtreath and iCdwln Lazier just tlywffof the peace, district No. 5. Albert Carver, constable. With but few exceptions the foregoin; mentioned were all re-elected. There Is no belter commendation than this Eon. Richard Mendcs. Hid ins been authorized to do so, The Echo fs gad to announce to the public that the gentleman whose name figures at the lop of this article Is n candidate fur re-election to the office of city sicre tary, a position which be has been bold ing for the past term with marked dls tlmun n (or himself and Hie politic- In the history of the office of city secretary the e has noyct been sn official cimncctel with Its existence who has been more particular or taken as much pains in th.i execution ol every detail thin Mr. Men des, bating placed the winkings of the office under a most desirable system. These facts am well and widely Known and need no further promulgation, bul the occasion being propitious for such hence the action. If there Is any oie who can do better thin the present in cumbent, let him step forward and be elected, but that I* very doubtful. It la noibing but natural to term it a foregone conclusion that ‘ Dick’’ will be elected without opposition. L. A. doMONTLUZIN, Chemist and Pharmacist, UKALEK IK DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY TOI LET ARTICLES, ETC.. SPECTACLES. CANDIES, Cigar* and Tobacco. Soda and. Mineral Waters, Front near Main Streets, . — w- Bay St. Loots, Miss. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY- A Tribute to Col. Ingersoll. A great nml good man, one of the most c ns actions figures in America today la Col Hubert G. Ingersoll, Not withstand mg the fart llml the Colonel I* the ac knowledged leader of free thought in Ihii country, rDr|sii„n, as well us the follow err of his grand doctrine, are always wil ling In hear what he has to relate. when by force af his incomparable qualities of heart and mind bo convinces the inquiring that Italiiaui’s ass bad inure sense than his m step they turn lip their noses and make frightful faces; they feel injured no doubt, but grievances like favors are quickly forgotten. So when they again behold the magnetic name of the Colonel in print, they do not (nil to discover what he has to say Ibis time. Probably he is again in a good humor.— hei mine he is very seldom in any olhe and they find him soliloquizing on Hie supernatural" gifts of Joshua, o oa in it there Is no gelling around, they most tin eh the aitiele, and the consequence is their sweet t mpers have again been rnf llei . Col logins II has inslnieted them that Joshua could no line stopped the sun. b 'cause It, v as a.r ailv stopped! if ha Colonel should beio no the topic of convoNiition Intel w lien si me friem s aie usHcmhled they w ill probal ly cei s ire him for destn ying llielr illusio , hut in the sect of recessa, of their hearts, where private opinions only are entertained, then, perhaps, only |cuinmenTnt an exists for the good old soul. I 01. Ingersoll hasdemonstrated to those open to conviction, 'hat he, although a destroyer ol superstition, is a goad, virtu ous man. None dare deny that. His ue lions i,re too closely watched. ‘II ever," says the Colonel, "I said an in k ml word to any one I remember it not. ' Do yon llml It strange that the ‘‘atheist, lloh In gersoll”— us some iinrlnn liable people ■ all him—has never offended a mortal, not even said an unkind word to any oncf Headers, lake an inventory of your ac tions and confess that Col. Ingersoll is better tban yon are. How many of oar good, virtuous ministers ran open their hearts and say: “1 have never said an un kind word to any onef” J. ALCAN QUAY. Hall's Hair Kennwer contains the natu ral food and color niut'er for the hair, nml niedieinsl herbs for rim scalp, curing grayiiasi, baldness, dandruff, and sculp sores, Mr. C C. Han while dressing a hog Thursday of this week met with a very painful accident; the kt He that be was using slipped and pierced Ids left arm near the shoulder through and through. Mr, Hart expects to have Ihe use of his arm again In u few days. MOTHERS. hSS**| “MOTHERS’ FRIEND” ) Rob* Conflnemonl of Its Pain, Horror and Risk. 5 / My wlto used “mil'llKits' KltlKMi" lie- f J to r blrlh of lior ilrnl child. hlio Old not ) J suffer from HUNTS or TAlNS—wuHuulokly / 3 relieved ut ibo critical hour suffering but j v little sbe iintl no imlns afterward ana her i / recovery was rapid. 1 C K. E. Johnston, Rnfuula, Ala. ( J Sent by Mall or F.spress, on receipt of i C prlrr, f 1.00 ivr koille. Hook “To Moth- < . / ers" mailed Free. * C lIIUI>FIBU> ULUIIUTOU CO., Allan!*, o*. ( C BOLD ST AIL DEUOOISTS. C dTb. seal. ATTOttNKY - AT-L A VV. Practices in all Sea Coast counties. Okkick: Union near Hancock streets BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. GARDEBLED’S Drug’ Store, Main and Ton Ime Bta., Bay St. Lotus. A full and fresh stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines. Toilet and honey Articles, fc'talinnerv, Cigars, Tobacco, Paints, Oils, Brushes, &c, &e. Prescriptions, Filled Buy and Mgh(. Hay For Sale! HV CHRISTIAN DO! N, Fine choice Crab Grass Day al 76 cents a hundred, delivered to train. Baled Hay a specialty. Grand Plain, Miss. Kng'ish Lookout P, 0., La. HER LIFE TRULY SAVED. Dr. Miles’ Beart Cure Docs It. Mrs. Chas. Ln Point, n veil-known resident of Denver, praises this wonderful remedy. Her testimony should convince all ns to the worth of the Now Heart Cure and Restora tive Nervine. Her letter dated Sept. 11th, 18M. MBS. I t Poikt, 2137 Humboldt St. ’Typhoid fever left tno with heart trouble of tiie must serious nature. Nothing the doctors gave had any effect. I had severe pains In the heart, and was unable to He on my loft side tor mure than three minutes at nime. My henrtseemed to miss bents, and lad smothering spells. In which it seemed every breath would bo my last. We acci dently saw an advertisement of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and Restorative Norvlne. and purchased a bottle of each. After taking the remedies a week, I could ho lifted in a chair nod sit up an hour, and In a short time 1 was able to do lighthousework. I shall be ever grateful toyou for your wonderful medicines. Truly they saved my life. MRS. CHAS. I,A POINT. Dr. Miles Heart Core Is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. AH druggists sell it ul 11, 8 bottles for(8 : or ft will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price tier the Dr. Miles Medical Go.. Elkhart, lad. Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure DENTIST. YY k. walker, D D. s , Northro|i Building, over post offlo , Pass Christian, Mississippi, Office hours— 1 7 to Ba. m 9 a. i , to 1 p. m : 8 to 6:30 p. in., except , Mu and vs. Hoy St Louis Office—Monday , 8 r.. m. to t p m , 3 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. In case of an emergency patio t will be seen without an appointment t tough It is better to write or telegraph ia ad tanoe. THERE WAN A TIME. Then* was a lime, a dear oM lime, When the uuihl was young and soul* were free; The mars witli a merry, joyous chime Came to lliu earth wiih a cheerful glee. The herds were people. The sky iheir steeple, And Nature wore a dimple. The Sou was a King in golden armor, And the Moon was'lns Queen with fairy beams; Tlfey met where the dusk and shadows linger, And lost themselves in wondrous dreams, Of wandennis brave, A kiss to crave. In their endlers, boundless space. That was the lime when the Mind was free, Ami the Soul was the God of Light; When yet unborn was Ferr’s decree And the Heart was the Thr< ne ol Right: Man whs supreme, Thin life his dream, Aud Truth wore a robe sublime. • —A. O. OSOINACH. SPECIFIC FOR SCROFULA. “Since childhood, 1 have been afflicted with scrofulous boils and sores, which caused me terrible suffering. Physicians were unable to help me, and I only grew worse f, under their care. L At length, 1 began \ AYER’S Sarsaparilla, and very soon grew bet- BT ter. After using F half a dozen bottles I was completely cured, so that I have not had a boll or pimple on any part of my body for the last twelve years. I can cordially recommend Ayer’s Sarsa parilla as the very best blood-purifler in existence.” —G. T. Reinhart, Myersville, Texas. AYER’S ■H THE ora WORLD'S FAIR • P S ar s aparilla Apr's Cherry P*ct*ralcmsC*gb*sslC<4 JAMES T. EAGAN', SURVEYOR, Hay t bill 4, Mm. W irk promptly and accuraley done. Plata furnished of survey made. J. A. & J, O. Mauffray, DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Notiona, Genta Furnish ing Goods. Shoes. Etc* Fine Dree* Oood* and Oent* Far niehinq Oood* a Specialty. All out goods aro new and of the last designs and we aro selling at re markably low prices. Give >is a call and we will please you. Tlio Senate, Store on Front head of Main Street*. BAY ST LOUIS. MISS. lauiv^U^T^ yttl, JEW iIIISERV AM) JEWBIM STORE. fSilk. Straw and Millinery Goods, Fine French Flowers, Ostrich Plumes, Laces, Ribbons, Etc. Trimmed Bonnets and Hats. PRACTICAL Watchmaker and Jeweler (Formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio,) Dealer in Fine Line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Repairing of Watches, Clocks, Rings, Earrings, Pins, Chains, Spectacles, Music Boxes, etc. All work guaranteed, strictly first-class at Reasonable Prices. O- SANGE... Bay St Louis, Miss- OSirNextDoor to the Convent. L. OLIVARI, DE.iI.KK IM General Merchandise BAY ST. LOUIS MISS. rn oußcs to rent summer and winter. Yacht Sailsand Rigging We make a specialty of high-class Yacht Sails and Rigging—and guarantee our sails to fit perfectly. Send us dimension of your boat and we will submit I I \ sail plans and estimate on her complete outfit. II \ Flags Tc^ts, . Nets and t\ ariije Goods. Send k (stamps) for new Hlastiated Catalogue. GEO. B. CARPENTER & CO., 602,304,304,806 f. Water St rvv ■> QO, ILL# Why no! bo your own Middle-man? Pay but one profit between maker and nsurand lint a small test one. Oar Big 100 Pane Catalogue and Bayer* Oulde proves S'4 pounds, B.C 0 Illustration*, describes and toll* the on a-proflt price of over 40 000 arlMos, everything you use. Wo send It for ISconts; that's not for the book, but to pay part of the postage or exprossogo, and koop off Idlers. You can't get it too quick, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., The Stare ol All tbs People lii-nd Michigan Avo., Chicago. [peel ; 1 Badly jTo-day? 2 We ask this repeatedly, because • serious diseases often follow trilling ■ ailments. 5 If you srs week s Brown’s g£3m 2 sad esn't work, m | CA . begin at once tak ■ iron In* the most rella- S II VII hie strengthening S medicine, which Is s Bitters tsnustJL ■ ° from the very 8 rat do#t* IT CURES i S Dyspepsia, Kidney end Uvar • Neuralgia, Troubles, I Constipation, Impure Blood, i Malaria, Nervous ailments I Women’s complaints. Get only Ik* genuine—lt bis croaecd red 1 lines on the wrapper. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. SALTIMORK, MO. ! _____ Fall & Winter Sto k AT THE STOKE OF Q. A. LEVY, Welcome Store Dry Goods, Shoes, HATS, ETC. Corner Front and Main Sla. Keller’s Big Brick Store. Groceries, Dry Hoods, Notions, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, Feed of all Sindis, WINES AND LIQUORS, Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Paints, Lims, Rope, Oils, Cement &c M lyi Y stock is the most complete in town. I have an an exceptionally fine line of Shoos, ITandker- W chiefs. Towels, Clothing and Ribbons. Am sell ing as I have always done, at the very lowest prices. If yon want first-class goods call and see me. I HAVE THE AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED Monarch Bicycle, j keep a large assortment of Matting, Carpet Strips &c. August Keller, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. .y LAROST DRY GOODS STORE IN TOWN. | U THIS one fact alone is an inducement M anti the reason why you should -!J ■j) purchase here, but better still is P P my big and complete stock Ul M and which I sell as all who J! deal with me now, at prices reas- II i on a l,e. fOj H ill I ll 1 I Flannels, ii &*** 1 1 j! " ■WiiiWlliJ CASHMERES, I | y ■ii i LADIES’ CLOTH, , Pill 1 HENRIETTA CLOTH, I P [[ ■ Wll I BLACK SERGE, ETC. || I BLACK ALPACAS * \\ i! Hoods, i INE LINE l_| AHpCii Ij rj Ml II 1 I OF WIXTEE ■ '*. II?14 P I UlQining. J Hats, from One Dollar up. Shoes in endless variety. |2 y Children’s shoes from 25cts up. pecial Wj j Guinea Blue 4 1-4 cent per yard. Can- |E| I. ton Flannels at 5c and up. Men’s kj j| Cashmere Pants, f3.00. Cotton is going up, hut I am still selling 1 yard ffl |s| wide bleached and unbleached at 5 cents. Good line Uf -I of calicoes atJ5 cts. Special drive in Straw Hats, 10c .(B i|j JOS. E, CAZENEUVE, Front near Union Sts M BSS^j TOULME & CO, Real Estate Agents, WE DO A GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. BAY ST LOUIS MISS. wwtmuwwv? # D D D Hums, blotches t # r. r r ahdoidsobes * 5 PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT OUBBH. H>l>Rl>. F t ® POTASSIUM KIDHEY TROUBLES € t ) Wakes and DYSPEPSI* ? | Marvelous Cures sr=::~ # 3 , _. .... ■tom, the piiwi blood purifier on % in Blood Poison . f **""*""***"*"**"mm**mmrnmmmamm Vuiu LIPPMAN Baos.. BatidQalL mS? # Rheumatism $ I and Scrofula. "SSSShw* 5 X P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds Onpt. J. . ItbaMM. x ************ i Mr- # X di* eases. gir In* the pat lent health and VJbPSJSSSTtS 1 BT22S?*? Jh tfP boaplnasa where sickness, gloomy ®* RF.)v *°r of the akin. I idb For PrtMry secondary end tertiary 5 &£mst r M tettar, weald head, boils, erysipelas. fTamsiaw fliiraß ocsenoa—we may say. without fear of ■ ,I " ''■ B ™ VW,B - JS S X^fn h ‘fh?wU;i , nd ****** \ \ trji'VXr*'"* >— toure> f T Le riles are poisoned fore*'dfeuse ofttaakta/uuily and whose bloedls In en Impure oondl- known IS akin reuoer.of thirty jeers* OF tton. due to menstrual Irregularities, lending, end found great relief; It ,X?> \ ere peculiarly benefited by £e won- purlfle# the Wood end removes nil ir* ™ derfal tonlo end blood oleeaelog prop* rltetlon from the eeet of the disease a W ertlea of p. r. p.-Prickly Ash, Poke sod prevents eoy the rgi # is^sapriKifd # jlnsss. pleoriay apd rbaomatUm for Attonwqr at fcaw. \ 86 yaara, waa treated by the yorj beat “ \ pbjuiolana ana spent hundreds of dol- IWI m Meei Br* t -ass" 5 5 lippiman BROS. f F ■2i.c,^..ljod.. rii PBBPKUTOU. J X SpringfleW, Orton County, Mo. I tWM WHkilwrunl, mm X