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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY a, 1894.
The Internal rev roue bill ha beea
agreed apoa by the Democrat of tie
VTy nd Itetu committee, loclu
dint m Income Ux profislon. The
Utter proridea for 2 per cent tax on
all inoomet orer $1,000 per year, to
go Into effect January 1, 1895. The
roeasare will fail In the llouse. The
opposition to Income taxation, is too
great Tor the members.
Do yon remember the howl daring;
the last Presidential campaign about
"taxing the poor man's blanket':"
Weil, the Wilson bill Uxes it 25 per
cent ad valorem; and yet the Demo
crat i; editors who wera weeping
over the iniquity of taxing it at all
are snpponln the Wilson bill with
both bands. Funny, Isn't it?
The $50,000,000 loan called for by
Mr. Carlisle will not be all that will
be needed by the government. The
revenoes will jrebably be smaller
than the expenditure for a year or
two. All future . issues of bonds
abould be of small denominations,
and be disposed of to the people,
Keep them out. of the bands of the
banks and big moneyed institutions.
Every time the telegraphic news
announces the resumption of any in
dustrial establishment, the Demo
cratic papers shout gleefully, The
mills are starting up? That is all
right as far as it goes, but they should
add either "with a smaller working
force" or "at reduced wages." For
business always discounts coming leg
islation, and the conntiy is coming to
the free trade standard of wages and
labor as fast as it can.
Not long ago a large number of
Dutch decided to leave Holland and
go into the agricqltqral business in
America. It was decided to buy 10,-
000 or 20,000 acres cf land and two
agents were sent out to decide on the
best plsce to locate. Carter countv
was selected and the land purchased.
Arrangements are being made for the
doming of tbe Europeans, who will
prove good citizens and add to the
wealth and importance of this sec
tion,-, last Sunday live carloads of
immigrants from Nebraska passed
over the Memphis line for Southwest
Missouri points. They were of the
batter class of immigrants and car
ried their wagons, plows, etc, with
tbcra. Two loads were let ofT at
llurnhain and the other at West
Plains. They all expressed themselves
pleased with tbe general outlook and
thought there would be more follow
ing them this winter. SpringIt Id
Mr. Henry Watterson objects, in
his usual classic and vigorous English,
to the generally accepted notion of
ihetrpieat Kentnckbn, which pictures
him either as a fend fighter, a horse
racer, or a poker player, and always a
jodge of whiskey. Mr. Watterson is
snlstakrn. Tfcat may be the idea in
provincial New York or contracted
Boston, but out here we know better.
Kentucky has furnished us with most
f oar governors and prominent state
aVfBcials for many years, to cay noth
ing ot local officers, and the supply
cows no sigus of diminution. The
Missouri idea of a Kentnckian is a
anan who bap moved to another state
got sill (be offices in sight and holds
them out lfftt;aml to be a thnroirgh-
re4 be mft!t have graduated at Ce:
ter college and should have besn in
that famous class which numbered
among its members Judge Phillips
&4 (soveraor Crittenden. If there
was- any member of that class who
Bet an office get away from him his
fame is not recorded iii history.
aaim rMiiaa on,
reduction of $30,WftfiW ow pen
aious will appear in the appropriation-
bflr fur 1895. The turn of the
tide in pensions has becu so marked !
f late that the subcommittee will
feel intensified in reporting art aggre
gate H4ojriwron of $150,000,000 for
the fiscal year begiuniug July next.
They have reason to believe that this
will-be more than sufficient,, as the
excuIitorcs for the six ' months
which ended December SI were $73,.
SIWOT1, or more than 7,000,000 less
than tor the same period in 1892.
U is I lie lint psymcut of arrears
am ofd easel which swell the annual
disbursements, aud the auunal value
of pensions already allowed was only
$130,510,179 on June 30 last. The
higb-priccd mou dio (fiiickcst because
(hey are the most disabled. If the
falling 08 which ban been going on
during the past mx or eight mouths
contiuue agolhcr year, the apropria
icm proposed lor next year will be
above rather' than below tbe actual
f. ecestjtic of the i'ensiou Oilier, aud
several iralliolM may be covered back
juto the- Treasury.
AH who are indebted to the iale
r.n of Uidcr & Rraedi-n arc requested
to ecttle the aunt. There has U-.-n
a change in the finneud it is desirable
to collect the accoduts of the old tiriu
a soon as possible.
Hints k Kuwait.
la It Natl
T ncgiccl yourself if troubled
nv disease of the kidntvs? Xo. it U
.UiiiiMrous: and If vou are afflicted. I
w . i. - irtoiaem wh. ou the abort- ot Ala-
alteaa to yourself uonr. Do not wait .,lll!jei.l( JUv tks lnu,,e lt ,be
but use Jjulphcr Uittors l wet They wvi-uieentli rrntu'V. eatabliahcd ibc
curod nie wbe 1 wa jiven uji to die sublinie nut ore 01 universal e uca
hr several- phvician.-Joothaa lion wbicl tiu grandeur $f tho
" - oiurteciith century aud will be tha
JIid. boston. of ceuturiesyct tocouic -V. r.Vew .
Taws Hcetlaas aw Timm Sclmols. ,
Yesterday there waj a unique com
memoration In Boston, in that section
of the city locally known as Dorches
ter, norcnester was onuinallv a
Massachusetts town, later a city, but
far a good many years past baa been
incorporated with the New England
metropolis ot which it forma the
southeastern portion. The commem
oration was or a twofold nature. It
celebrated two great events in the
hutory, not only of Boston, of Mas
sachusetts and ot New England, but
of the entire American Union. In
Dorchester a little more than two
centuries and a half ago there was
held the first town meeting that tbe
world ever saw, aud there was estab
lished the first free public school
known in American history. In cel
ebration of these epoch-making events
there were yesterday simple but deep
ly impressive services near the spot
where the fust town meeting assem
bled and the first peblic free school
What themes were thno for elo
quence and poetry! Wliat studies do
they suggest to tbe mind of the his
torian, the statesman aud the, pliilo
sopherl The town tncetiuir i the
acorn from which has grows a miglitr
forest ot free institutions. The puli
lie tree school established !r a little
company of devoted men and women
bas proved to be the corner stone ol
the temple of cnlightcued liberty.
The town meeting stood for self gov
ernment In Its simplest, most primi
tive, most elementary and must per
fect form. Every enfranchised rill
zen was privileged to attend, to speak
and to vote. All were on a politics'
cqaality. liich and poor, learned and
unlearned, patrician aud plebeian bt
birth, were ail alike clothed with th
majesty of kingship in manhood'
divine right The freo school war
he fitting and needful adjuuet of the
town lueetinji. This represented in
telligenre, as that represented free
dom. This meaut knowledge, a thai
meant power. Their uuion stood for
an alliance between the present and
the future. The men who held the
first town meeting meant that it
should not bo the last. Therefore
they laid foundations which should
secore for their children capacity to
reproduce and perpetuate the privil
eges which they themselves enjoyed.
They knew that liberty was cither
blessing or a curse, according as il
was exercised wisely or foolishly
So, in their povertv, iu their feeble
ness and fewness of cumbers, iu thi
wild wilderness of a new world, sur
rounded by savage nature and savagi
men, they built thescboollionsc. Tht-
builded better than they knew, bu;
they knew that tbey -were building:
well. Their children's children, mam
generations removed in time, bti:
seeking ont and hallowing the place
have rendered to those wise and loft)
minded master builders a tribute 01
In the tqwn meeting is the germ ol
tlie Republic. It is a microcosm.
Doubtless a theoretically ideal set
govern men t, an absolntc democracy
would be an exact copy of such
model. It would be a state iu which
every law is enacted by direct vote
4 all tbe people; in which the en
forcement of law is committed to th
hands of persons chosen wholly bt
universal suffrage Such an ideal is
necessarily impracticable. There an
insuperable obstacles of a physical
nature. Vast inuilitndes of peopli
cannot assemble at one timo in out
place for the work ot legislation aud
election. Hence a representative svs
tern becomes imperative. The ma
chinery of tbe freest possible govern
treat is to a considerable extent com
plex. Since the people cannot direct
ly make law, the next best thing,
next nearest to a pure democracy, ir
a republican fbrnr of govern-Hieul.
with a written constitution which
provides that men selected, some di
rectly, others indirectly, by popular
vole, shall execute the people's will.
But, however iar we may be com
pelled, for practical reasons, to de
viate from the elementary form, wc
should never lose sight for a moment
of the real scat of freedom's power
That is not in Governors aud PresI
dcntrnot in Senates aud Assemblies
of Representatives; it is iu the indi
vidual citizens. Tbe ancient New
England town meeting rendered thi
supremely precious service, in that it
embodicdy. at the very outset ot gov
ernmental life on this contiucut, the
foundation principle that every man
is the ultimate source of all authority
to which be is bound iu justico to
Tbe town mcetiug as an institution
uo longer retains its ancient prestige
To a very great extent It has bad to
be given np, even iu the home of its
birth. J be growth ot population
and the increasing complexity of
modern lite bavo inado tuo change
unavoidable. But the essential idea
fur which it stands will never perixl
whiio our country endures. The
primary meetings of political parlies
ire in an important degree outgrowths
of t ho town meetings, luey still ex
hibit the unit of power in things gov.
ernnicutaL They arc but bue remove
from the Dorchester model. They
are tbe touulain beau wbeuce now
livjujr stream that keep our institu
tions alive. As fcuvh ibey deserve the
councicutious attention of all who
urasu to do their full duty to thein-
Ives, their fauulica and their coun
Free laiihlic school, must fortunate
ly, are alrfcvi aou everywhere iiracti-
rable, in cas puotigh people dwell
iiir-thiT for tlirir nmiulouacre. Im
provement there bas been tad will be
in uuauty, put not iu kind, free
li aoui are to fre iuMitutious what
je vital air U lo the liviujr ory: ninu
. iii. tr'at aud a:lorioit Ct?put ic can
bo too y ratvful to U.e i. inory
tU,mts freeing, uueltiiah. loroic
Tba Inrama Tax far Corswrasiom.
It would be a sufficient objection
to the proposal of the Ways and
Means Committee to tax the income
ol corporation that the project must
involve very serious interference on
the part of the federal government
with one of tbe most important
sources of revenue of the State and
local governments. Thi is particu
larly Indefensible, because the local
government are still excluded from
tbe right to collect dotiea from cus
tom and to tax liqoors and tol acco.
The situation, then, is ihat tbe fed'
era! authority, holding a monopoly
of the best source of revenue, and
having power to supply all its needs
from those sources, deliberately pro
poses to surrender much of the rev
en lie thus procurable aud to iniade
the field of local governments to meet
its requirements. As tbe local gov
ernments can discover nothing new
of a taxable nature, the consequences
must be that corporations and their
owners will be subjected to double
Corporations usually are the crea
tures of the Stale, and that single
fact would apear to make them suit
able objects of laxation by the State.
Kor tho United States Government,
wiihoiil responsibility lor the exist
ence of the corporate bodies aud
without any warrantable power ot
control over them, to come forward
to demand muuey from them may be
to indulge in something like a scau
lalous act of usurpation.
Why should a corporation be se
lected as a victim ot this pcrtoriu
ince when a mere partnership is per
mitted to escape? No reason ran be
given other than that the idea is wide
ly prevalcut. aud is probnbly enter
tained by many of the small Demo
cratic statesmen in Congress, that a
corporation is always a kiud of soul'
less creature with euorinou wealth.
There is a dim imprcssiou that a cor
poration is from its nature a thing
that must prey upon the people and
that encounters continual ditllculty
iu disguising tbe amount ot its euor
in ins gains. Of course, intelligent
grown people arc aware that au over
whelming majority of American cor
porations are poorer iu capital and in
profit than a vorv lanjc number of
individual business men. In iriofct
cascc, probably, a corporation repre
sents small particles of capital collec
ted iuto ons mass nud operating un
der a system which better suits such
conditions than a mere partnership,
if to have business conducted by one
individual or two be a good thing, to
have it conducted by a corporation
ictiug for many individuals must also
!e a good thing. Both systems are
;ood. But the corporation method
is necessary for Very large operations
md for small operations into which
it is dctired to put small savings.
Let it be observed also that this
proposed tax will really be au exten
sion of the iucomc tax below the
1 1,000 level. It will apply not mdy
to tho small commercial aud manu
facturing corporation?, but to savings
bauks and to other concerns in w hich
.be thrifty poor people invest their
surplus earnings. This added burden
is to be placed upon them, absolutely
without necessity, by a party which
is trying to force down wages and to
deprive American producers of raw
naterial of employment. This new
ax is placed upon the people, rich
mil poor, by statesmen wbo accom
pany the presentation of their project
villi protestations that they are try
ing to relieve the common peoj lc
irom offensive taxation. What they
ire iii tact try ing to do is to shift (he
tax payments from the foreign expor
ter and from foreign goods and to
place them wholly upon the general
mass of the people. The Wilson
tariff bill required the income tax
hill to make the whole Democratic
scheme absolutely defiant of the re
quirements of justice. iV". l'.Pitu.
The la Eleetleaa.
This is lo be an important year in
the way of elections, Vt course the
most important is t ft C con test for Rep
resentatives to the Fifty-fourth Con
gress. The business depression fol
lowing the triumph of the tariff
itn.vhiug Democracy has opened the
eyes ot the misled and befooled masses
ot tnc American people, aud the out-1
look is that the new Uouse will have
t heavy Republican majority. This
will tic the hamli of tlte Democratic
administration for the fast two years
f its tenure of power, and all its
bad legislation will be limited by tho
life ot the present Congress.
There will be a large number ot
state elections, of course. New York
sua Pennsylvania each will elect a
overuor aud lieutenaut governor;'
town wia cicci siaie nmcers; icw
Jersey will elect a legislature; Ohio,
minor state officers. There will be
gubernatorial elections also in the
tatc t Arbauaaay California, Col
orado Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho,
Kansas, Kentucky, Maiue, Massa
chusetts, Miebigau. Minnesota, Xc
braska, JCcvada, New Hampshire,
XorlU Dakota, Oregon, ISbodc Ulaud,
South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas,
n'yomiug aud Wisconsin.
Hcrtbnei-'t Magazine for February
open with one ot the richest articles
it has ever printed a charming
study of the work of Kdward Burne-
Joues, by Mr. Cosmo) Moukbouse,
the distinguished Euelish critic
I'wenty of Mr. Burne Jones's most
trirciug dcaigns aud pictures are re
mit u red by his pennission and that
t their owners. A number of
ketches are here reproduced for the
irst time, and the whole series, with
he accompanying t-xt, gives an in
terpretation of the exquisite quality
f thi imazina-'re artist such a baa
never beea l.ub!iiI-4 f9 a popular
The UiM Franc! Gars,
IV TOI-W OH V
nerroa eim ot
el tithar sea.,
BEFORE ' wsoiettaaiMU, Af TCR
Power, Wairtulnew, Bo" dowa ralas lnU
bwk, StmlDil Westncn. n j-lcTi, KerrOO. Tm
tratioa, Nartamd EmiMfcm, iMeorrtre, Ws
iliwTwrak II mom Umot fowsr K4 Irapo
twrVwbleh u Mtf ecteActM ,) 10 prortuw
elduisaaiuwiltr. PrlosH-OOabso, tons
lorttoa. ot br ! 0; ttoetp ol prte.
wmTtia eoiini i. rwa emr
KM order metv.fi. 10 rerana mm wmtii
mrrmannt eorc Is a eflectod. Ws Bit tboa
wndi ol tcttlmo?ils fnna oM tod touds, ol
both Km. wbo hare bcea enmsnnittT rnrrd
bTttaeaotAhndttlD. rfrenlutrw, Adapnj
aox IT, roaruao, 0a.
Sold by Wm. H.
Moan at Ohio atallram CoasBMir,
General Passenger Department.
Mobile, Ala, Jan. 26, '94.
Accommodations in Mobile for
Visitors. - -Agents
Mobile to St. Louis. Inclusive:
Persons desiring accommodations
or board at hotels, boarding or. pri
vate houses iu the city of Mobile
during the Ma-.di lira" Carnival Sea
son can secure same by applying in
Applications should be made
through agent of the Mobile k Okie
road, giving number of persons, num
ber of days, or length ot time lhc
will remain iu Mobile, what class ol
accommodation U desired, wbelhpi
at hotels or boarding houses, on Eu
roprau or Americau plan, aud on re
ceipt ol such information, iu lull at
this ofhec, we will endeavor to pro
vide for all persons applying.
There will also be established in
Mobile during the Carnival a Bureau
or lutormatiou tir the convenience ol
visitors, where sirangers may apply
aud receive correct aud reliable iu
tori11.1t ion regarding hotels, boardiu
hoiisi; ri'iimioiUth.'ils or toy Othei
information. TUis Bureau of Informa
tion will lie located at tbe rooms ol
the Commercial Club, 72 St. Micbaei
St., Mobile, Ala. Yours truly,
K. E. I'osiky,
Acting (ieueral l'asengei Agent
nm Warld'a Fair Tlwa rra.
The I'utt'Jrn K-rprr has reaehei!
the front as the leadlug authority ei
poultry. Sixteen large pages, mon'h
ly, fifty cents per annum. "Farm anil
Fireside1 is a 16-page paper coming
twice a mouth, fifty cent per annum
We will send both papers one year
aud fifty photographic view of the
World' Fair, to new subscribers only,
all tor fifty cents. Sample cpy
the Poultry Kcrjicr, with particular
freo. Send live cents for either ot
the following b.icU numbers equal to
a 25-ccut book: Poultry Houses, Jul)
1891, hat AO views; Brooders and In
cubators, August 1889 aud August
1891 Address, Th rouitry Keeper
Co., TarResburg, Pa.
IJ.tt of Exraitnn. AdininUtrtitttra, G oaf Ham
Amt Cnr&ton who an rrqotruti hy Saw to ru
in hit their acron-.fa for :lmrTt ou the riat
ami date below nmmnl. ftt ita Kcbrnarr 1 rni .
IfCM, of aij court, to be bejron and held at ih
eo-art honw in the city of Jack-ton, t'aK- Girnr
teo comty. iliHimmi. coauiienciug ou Mou-
Monthly. First Day Feb. HUli, 1894.
jD'JI III V'U'X f!R TWT T fJ WAIID
Aiiamts J'ni H
tf.-ar. Lewta U
Hr-wts klenir C
Jtreiinecke Sam' I
Cob Wit lieorgc W
Irdu k j. teni.aCT tiisau
Otii C VT l4an heirs
(Mn AuifO'.t llatera
Adia Sara Itronkft
:Attni Mward Mnair
M ;ln .Anna Oberrn-ck
I Gdu hit own chtldrcn
Adiu Manila A WrlkiT
Cracrafl WHltara C.A-lm Keixcca Hay a
Tuesday. Second Day Feb. 13, 1H94
Ural I e lieiirj C A dm Atjxnut Bomiiano
lievor; Levi J AlfD ( William Uerure
lhmueuke KrMeriek Gdn knima Klii:ffibil
laon- rTrrmi M jAunr 'A Cojjer lievore
ianme l r n I una tnin own rnunreu
Krrin James M
Konl Albert C
Hatcher Julia A
Hiukle Jacob L
I aletna A l;roka
bin own childreit
W N liatcber bcira
Win K Hart
Hart ft II i ii Lie
Wednesday, Third Day Feb. 14, 1'JJ.
rtorrell Joht A (.dn ;Kmilr C Campbell
H aron berg William K'r Itoiuah llareubnr
liaatit Chrftttiaii C Adm HtxiNu Kites
Hhikle John 1'
.Aiin iiarTn tiitnK6
lA'im James $ Mivs
! Gdn It W Howard heira
Ail in JHtathaDAJot-fs
Havn Johu A
llorrell Jnhu A
Joiten Joseph A
Kinder William SI
A't'x Jacob Ketl
;Kx'r Hero- Io
Gdn lieiiinold ifnebel
iAdm ; William J Mroua;
Thursdhy, Fourili Day Feb. 15, 189
I.imbanjrh J W
tNmev John K
Miller Mtdlie C
;Arm r Ptnrcrke'Dann
! ;! i his own ehildren
Udm J It A K M l.ouey
i.dn JeiMteI Milivr
Miller Jamea II i (idn John Latot heira
Millnr Kli T ' Ihnitia R Miller
Mejer Kre'lerick D Gdn 11 ft K Maters
Mcl-aii Man on ; udu Wm T buff heira
Niemann William Gdn llcnrr W ftiraTt
Pcper Klizabeth J y.x'x Gabriel C I'euper
Powell reter '.Gdu Jacob Tboraaa
Peterman Geo nee W Gdn dGoil C i cwia
Qatnn Uojeb It dm Mixgititirii now ard
Fridav, Fifth Day Feb. 16th, 1894
wlliiim M A4m Krai-h M u.t
RamtVT Cbarlea P Adm Howard ft II amary
Keen union u lAura jsnac vncrry
Uichter Mary K'x 'llonry r' ICicbter
bchmidt Lou in A Gila Albert Winkler
9cbkoetir Andrew A' Gdn r rulei. wider bei
same I Gdn 'I t U Harry
Seibert Daeiff II Gdn K Kitarrlbardt heira
siiLkanl Martoa t ' ixm fiier.ice UKinam
Thomas Georice Gdn 'Wi:liam I.Glolh
Torrenee I. N ;d:i jtj K Hope
Van Amborg; John Aln ll.'acUcl Cox
Saturday, Sixth Day F?h. 171b, 1894
iiilii .1 Jlofflurtnlrr heirs
Oiln :.02nt Virfiell
l Witlta CjlntnkM A
U-ln iu A Miller hein
U4n AllK'rt J Kmie
Mt laue W linblwhHn
Weltecko r H Auiu Iaoiho
Game Adm Thorn J llL'an
una iaiib Lolumba H ln
WhiUrdce James T. UUa J A Wkttlrdaa Iwirr
Attt: JOSEPH KOtlU.ER,
J adze ot Proliato.
Riven tn all creditors av
Notir la herebr
aiven to all creditors and other lntcrtr
in th-estate Malrin L. Hiukle. deeeaned. Ibal
Vm andcr&iiied administrator of said estate
intend) to make dual settlement thereof at the
neat term of the probate Conn or t soe Girar
deau coanty, Missonri. to be held at tbe court
house in the city of Jacksoc, iliaaouri, oa Mou-
oar. eeomsry lin,
JUnM A. 1IINKI.K.
IIKAL SKTTf.EMKNT. Notice ia berebj
aiTim to all creditors anil others luterestpd
in the eatate or uerzilas sstes. deceased, that
the andereijr-ied administrator with the will
aoncved of saht estate intend to make Bus.
actiFement tbereoi at tha next term ol the
nobata Court of cbe oirardeaa count His
souri. to be held at the ooart house in the city
of Jackson, Missouri, oa Uoodar Februan
CHRISTIAN C. HAITPT.
EXnX-rjT)) KOTICK. Notice ia herein
srao that lettara testament srj with last
rilt annexed anon tbe rsta:e of alattia T.
Umv dNMaMl. have been mtntMl tn t K..
denrsaed br the clerk of tbe Cape tiirardeaa
uourt or unesmcB i-ieaa m cape Uurardeaa
eonistr. Missouri, keariuzdata tba alaethdas
of December, t.
All narsoiM aariiur claims acalnat said estate
are reqairod. to exhibit them to him for allow
ance within ?oa year Irom the uale of aaid let
ters or ther mar be ivecladert Irom aar bena.lt
of aaoh eatata: and if aaid claims he not exhib
ited within two rears from the date f the pub
lication of this aatic they will be fnrerer bar
red. ' (iKNRV A. ASrHOLZ.
nsn7 tlecolcr, i
mm - r
HUU FOR THE
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-jlf bnsrsi V SH fflr I nvwwi
The mremoat maa ol tha work urrlt tba Mirraiare
af contautporaneca activity for THE FORUM.
Thi3 reduction in price at once gave THE PORUM
the largest circulation ever reached by a periodical of
its class exceeding all expectations.
Ta atany thoorhthil pacple, tha prica af Tbe Feroui has hitherto been rr
history; Is used ail ttar great Reviews have becu too bifh In price lor the meases
el Intelligent caudera. Bat now the number ol readers of thoaihtinl literature
met and wewten whe wish really to know f bat is (obtg on In tle woril etrt
slJa tbe nirraw limits ol partlcniar sects and parties -la creat enough In the
United &tat?S to warrant so revolutionary a reduction la price. Tba Forum
dbccnatd important subjects, tut It ia not Call. Tha Utrrature j ccntempo
raxoca acUrlty as, la fact, tha most IntersstirX ot all Hteratura. American
citizenship hnpliaa that a man shell know tha opinicua ef tha fencnas: lata
and tha latest great achievements ia every direction cf activity.
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Tho Toreta Is bow as cheap aa the magazines cf aiere ertsrlalnrser.!.
THE CHEAPEST, THE LARGEST, THE BEST, OF THE GREAT REVIEWS.
The Forum Publishing Company, Union 5quarc, New York,
isc. a Copy. S3 a Year.
J. t raer, Prrs.
MT. M. Hilltr, CiC(-p.-r.
Jwtah XoeAjr, Cnshter,
0. B. Stliorl, litt CoiMcr
CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY
ju ksom, ji:ssoi ti.
Capital StTcTr, $50,000,001
loi.xiv ni-.Fo! rouY.
A general banking business trrin(tcictL
Aceounts of Karmrr.-i, U7cha:.ti anl tocli .
Dealer Silicitrl. j
4, F. Pkamiltn, T.J. Bast. J. C CurrAnn
K. TioVOaxNX. VT. II. stitvuiit. C. KctiMvit
GILBERT H. WILSON,
(Svocaaspu rri ttA-rrfat a Suirkst.)
OS Till! LKVKK.
CAPE GIKAKDEAU, MISSOURI.
KEEPS A fVU. MSB or
Staple and Fancy
G(Tfs -artiralar r.tttntlOti fn (kt "htppiry
andrcerlviiii ot tnHpIit aiw ?otxIt oin?I kimU.
Ifiei nerrrnl yiars expcrit'nrx In this botii
will iiiaMliiiu to k'vo ratisrnplion tu all
patron, lie al- kn:it a rood astxTtmrtit I
icrtifv aul other Afhi t-d lie boHcUf and will
endraror to merit tbe librral -4ttxoiia(r of thii
com in uuitv . Httt 4
Cork Faced Collars
And all oihor kind of collar, haru, taad'tlfk
and bridal. All work fully gaairauUv'J Aiao
Road wasotia. aud all ktufTcf YfJiiclr.
Cor. Broad wav a.ul aSiniy- Stroct.
DID "Z"OXJ E7ES
FOOT IN IT
ajaTWE ME AX OUK
It' you did yora were never aorry, but
alwaya eon.fortnblc. Never
kuevr what corn were
while you were wear.
tag them, did you?
Nor ever begrudged oue cent pf the
C. J. HA MAN.
Xo-h Main Street.
You can fool
'cm all pjjaw5S2
WarU'a Falrdtnsoaatrattdconciiisrr)r thst
wtm taduaiTa isaportaraof Usese iroojaand
ar aaanVanc. lo tkaua ia aack tlnu artrmaead
T? avsMftajx a Baasrtiral Siaaf Pla or Eaa
toi aad (..aapar carat, eacb addttinsui carat;
?' " UPTTSS clssrrrs. sent postpaid br
E!? TJSHi? IcarrlaiaiiaraaS
law. UesrlT specify the sua iraautdTuslaaV
"" IrrrajNATrOflAI. OEM CO.
AfM wasted, ih Uatrart, Ckicafa
SA IVaaVt JTswas
ST. LOUIS, MO.
a a a
ft I? If sag
r. n . . M
G. W. TRAVIS,
Frnrlir. rlpntistrv in all it. brnnrh
r. Katr-s riatouable. All work '
done iu the let iiiinfipf anl g Mr
anteeil. X extra clires after the
work is completed. HpfiTonce: To
thepoople !iii I mrv lived an i;
aud prarticetl fir i-ter ttrenfy-thice
year. Oiiii-e at tlicold si.-.nii iu the
Rodney IWilding, corner Main anil
CAS I GRTATiV A PATENT? For
prornit nnswair a-il rui bffK CT:nirn. wntg ta
Pi I S -V ( O., who hiT bad rriTdfiT enra
KTniico In lh nattrnt bu$in3. Cnriiiiiiir.i
;nanrlrtlf crmil.tiMitial. A llnndlrwk of Jn.
foroualinn ctmrcrtMif. 1'ntritm t;itl liovr to ou.
tUiln UiOm tent frvo. Al.oa raialueueof OGnam
tea) 2nd racirntiao Imokf $mnt fn-n.
Jurats taken throne h Muuo A Co. TQCir
annul notice in th SrlrntlAr ArmrHcKH. and
iri.ns r htxratrht widoij baforc Ui trahitcwitli.
tmu cart thp luTcnior. This ie.irl:d psrar
kvtHd Tfkly, tyltmamir tilnirnrtorl. aa.- br . r t h
nxn rtrtmmtvi at mr iWTitiiic work in tM
wortd. 3 atMr. fStmiuV conv ictit fre.
ilu.ldliig F-iiUoa,liJontb;T, rLjQ rpar. -fncf
JpT1 ,'! cent. Fvrr pumt-r v'ntalna beau.
-rt oolora. and uktoumnphs of art
Ajr:fa. Wltli rna. anablitta bntliten to thnw tba
fci"t rlfTtcTa cn.1 seriirr mTitrarta. Addnwa
ML'xr? A 'Q.. Si.W Yoi.a. BaoauVATa
Set Brdaehatid reUoraall tbot-roablaa faefr
tfletat to a biliovs atata of tha rfMam, aocA afl
liziiiwaa. Naar-i. Dravslntsa-ri. lAmtrem mftmg
atins. 1'iia in tba aide, to. Wnita tkelr oak
BaatAtelMa Tt Oartaa's Zittto Urw pfOi art
esjualiy vamaMO in eof-satlp-Akw, caring aad
evmex all (ltsciMora of t hastomacbAtlarniuui tha
Utot and lagiaiata tha bownia. Jffaa it tbarooiy
AAtthmy weald baalutual yt ItAlaaitethf-aa Tit a
aniier irom tail aiarcaaiag jpmpa mti das roraa
talvtllrccKdMtwdocfl notand baiaaad thoaa
VTtooaoatiT tbom will And tbaaa HUte ptUlavalo-
BMaiavnM7WtfiUHUit7 wiu oo oa vti.
Ibfaasbamof mmutjlUm that borafawbara
flaftorr'a iaMtta Iirar IVbtn -vrt araaB aa4
Ther are atrictlr rntahlm ami do
vara, bat br tbatr aTMOtlttaoaaoe nlaaae all vha
Miham. lavlalaataseenui: St for tU fbitt
vjanGgwn mtrnj aaara,or aaat oy aaatt,
CAHTCH ntfitllat CO.. Mm Vaia.
JiUliPtLL SMALL DOSE. SI0U.Pt.ot
ThB Halt Mwaaas-jsakatfWI -
erad. aa it tt certain In iu orfeota M doaa ant
KENDALL'S SPAYIH CORE.
DB. B. J. aTlxnj.tx.Co.
Otrnta wl hara lsaa
wit ramanrtuita fmeccsa on a Bla-an of
a m nrf nrf, 1 taJmk
KENDALL'3 8PAVIN CURL
trtod TOT -rrv.ALZ.1 Kramr rpaa.-
,Ul.slrjd tin I im not lia
ksit a bottla ot it. Mr bona kad a
PrtcatljBO par battU
B. Is. J. K FN DALI.
sssanjril rails, Veraaoat,
f a jrv - -
rTTTTT I' d.'TaB
Cape City Roller Mills.
latest lEjrBTei RDflerProcsss.
Hasina senates! tha Roller Pracaaa. w are
bow prepsraa ta asake four of tbe Snast cradea.
A rrislAf anieRollr Pwasiaft Flfmr Will eoal
Tlawa yoathat it is tha beat Flour made.
.IVE IS A TRIAL
STEleC BROS.. FropV,.
CAFE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI
tialyanized Iron Cornice
Roofing, Guttering and Spouting at
Corner Main and Themis Street,
Under St Charles Hotel.
t Tha West or
WI5RS, LIQUOIW AND CIGAIW
altraya ou hantl.
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
The beat whisker Iti the world, and
so pronounced by all ompe
tnat jndjfe of good
fresh ftecr on tap &1I tbe time.
lUbl DABUAl.NS AT
II. A. LEHER'S
LARU EFT sta and cliet?it hOtii Iu South
Roofing and Guttering.
CAPE GIRARDEAU. WSSOlTfif
PAY CASH FOR
Hides Feathers. Rags
. Bones, Scrao Iron. Etc.
Wamttom ami fifltet tii tfta llinfe ltallSlDf
oa l-ruat .
caik uifcAi;i;r.Atr, uissut'ni.-
Pring um yota i-M erp lion, tax a"1 1An
Sua gi mar ra."D i r mrm avis-vCenw
THE STEAM UUHBRY
Wash for Everybody
And Wo Are TrcprcdTo Vo It.
Wa hare finrrhaurd frnm Mr Tlawlh tin
l ai City t-am I.nantirv . at will hr Mm-1Wti-lT
sinird a d rrrr to do tlW
laa'idrv bn-4 4m tf -fiiliM a.t Mii.ont. ffr
Kiara-t--.. fatifcla Ti.i. rr w nee to
oi-xn-iii wort, nr aa joar pairubaitF,
r. m. wtLUAM Co
Hrs. Kary Alesander
RprcrnllT antoaiotfa to tlte
pnbLc that she ia rrtr(d to do
Clsanln, Repairing and
CQlorfng of CUthtnj
On ahoi-t taotice at her Mldraep oa
Themis lrt. IMnin ami Ii.ilrprnc!c urt
F. A. KAGE,
: Notary Public.
omre a4 Kif Stat Stable. S fatal. Street.
REED & ASTKOLZ
REAL ESTATE AND
NOTARY- PUBLIC S CONVEYANCES
1 Ixits. Karma at'd Trmbar l.anda
bocaht. bviiM. echaj.vrl. fnt ad taken
care of. Claim.. t.olltctiona a;vu FatRHwit ol
Ta pTini.tly altei.1-ii to ant loana arpoti
atrrl a rl Irmtu aul Kaiim rtnttlnr a ftPMlaltr
O0i iu Airad IiuiMiirf. rwrn-r Atala atm
1 htmi9 mvta Caw itarOcaa. Mo
Saatss His 5e Imlit Ciiat, Issin,
Is? Taii. . SL Lis
StofffEgeii J Bo.
Ccfses. Teas and Spices.
Coffee Rosters and
Largest Importers in the West
imnajm last rear iM.ouo ban or aaar I'.oaa-
aoo poaniU of oonra.
412-411 Soutli 7lb Mrert,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
m. iw ruueu.
nil "... srr-s.T.y0
Ul AliU JVllSO.'
Wkita and Ystla Ptn. Paal
Oak, Uuns, Walnut, Ask and I .nlij AIM
ainorina; and Oillnir ll aaadea. 11 ftlskln
ismmr. Jains, aniafiaa. ataauoiaaa. niaaaw
ana isoor eaaaiaa; .
FfWIndaw aad Door rraaaaai all stata
mana to oraar oa aoon aotiea.
OctlTered anrwnar. inaida of elty limits
SpanUh Street, Cap tiirardran. Uo
nSZ BRANDS 07 SstQTTOBa.
WUSE3 AITD CIOA-ES.
Tka nMt Satooa ia tke allT. pcial attaa-
liau glvaa t taajna; trad.
FRESH CAPE BEER
ALWAYS Ow TAP.
Arcade Building;, Main Street.
CAPE GIKARDEAtr. MISSOCBL
rVstsaooa, fnarraat raaaraaat. Boa.tirs Coat
uiatstiaa ml Kstiwia, Laad tm4 Heawatttd and
ISaavAso. ctaiaaa, Axa au am a arsa
ciuas aTTaa raoarr Anaarriosi.
lumcci: DUllrat ariasUoB t Traatacaa
n. tons rkourxB tutor at.'
sr. ijovis a caibo suon uav.
(ST. U A. T. R Ik . CO.)
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Ar. Cualtemu. t :tt A; at.
At. St. uma. u-avA. .
Lt. M. tasds f
Lt. PlacknavTlU. ... 1. A. M.
la xs a.
II .as a.
Ar. Harrlsoa lia
At. MurobTaban ... 1IJ.
Lt. Barriaon , 11" A.
Ar. Carbondlla 11 a.
Ar. rarkar Uty...J lr.
AT. BiPSTOOaUB- w, a. .
A?. rMaa.:..-.:.-. .
Hail, t Dally ttbrH Baauar.
This lis new nakaa dlmt ceaaattta ttfe
6.T. a C. train Irarlna; I'aaa tilrarifau aj
i.u, arrmnc it as. Laaua as ii.ca a. as.
Mumina. loave . Luur. at I -J a. as. araiT.
Ugat Caba filrard.au at IMu. aa.
l.xo. a,. L-mmv. uaa. rssi. art. ... -fiao.
W. PAaaaa, Qaaji Maaaaw. at. Lsu.
HES. ELIZABETH ROTH
Kesi-lear. aaj Broadway, tkra. uaara Waal mi
aaaDvaTK sr Tlra
St LouU School of 3Ud-WIea,
Tafasnlv ara MaB ?aMlt8Kn. "
CT All oalia irrBpUv ataatKl-ad . W 9mm
JOHN ST. AViT, J
Spaulsh Straet. aeaeajd aoar trans Til l lafl
Qusenswan asi asswt'
And am par tba Uifkaat Marsat Trie tot
Mr ottU a anara ot puMal tstwssai
And I now malt hi ptnar tsart aaa mmt kat
enabled br an will lis th anuotry. A rrsaa
of Iks Holler IVocasa nur wul naarina. aaif
ii si Ovoat rtour tba it al auaarsos la aaa
GIVE IT A TRIAL
F. W. POTT, Propriet-t.
Caaa Girardeau. Ho.
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO
P. W- POTT, ho'f't.
PAT, at all tlmra. tin- kigtoat mirtel fit
(ar IVarat and Whit, torn MataraatarMJ
and sell St al-nlrrslr and Trtall. aadw rail
aiarautfa. in. rallowuta; brands af lloar:
HKX l.A-PK-HA, s : I'ATax.
I.II.V f-Tiia VAM.KYs Kstaa FB
OUKE3 for tub CAI'K.
XIM : : : s : Faxrf.
rKKEOt.A. : : : : Ca.ica.
f mk xmund r.rn Mrs! for sal mt aMkaat
alaa all kin-la of mill fwl
J. M. MOUKlSgN
OF ALL KIXDS,
.pauiih Street, Cape GirarUeau, Vo
. I lll furnish pin. joists and all ran Itraaaf
for ! .T l.ouu any wkrr. la tka mkxy Ussssa
Klorfrius; and railing ekapr tkaa rtr said I
tnrctt. Uo not bay until vou (Vt aaa krtart .
awacsuoer aa arav
CAN NED GOODS,
;i?ars,Tctacco. Fine Candies
?ARMl:R. URIMB TlifRI
litT TUl'K MO.NEY'8 Wl
W etl at price that
CALL ASF SEE US.
WARREN & SON
Opposite Sturtlivaiil Bank.
'v a r
112 Viae Strrut, St. LouU, Mo.
rmpm Wlraralaaai vm. a.aatajaiarssww
S tem it I ii tlii f . at lect olMratl
i Will cure
i The worst cases
1 0f Sk!n
1 On the Face
To that awful
Try a bottle J
w I'll JiMliliniM m
maV 1 taavt aaaana ta A. P. Oiila W .
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