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DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., Publisbers.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1895.
Vol. XX No. 5
THEY COULDN'T COME.
It Proved to be a Pleas
For a short Notice .et-up It wan n
lleclded ui'ces and Our Vlsll
ors Were Well l'lcased.
The 2th day of May, ix'1.1, will go
down in the history of Cape Girardeau ,
as one of its grandest -oneof its proud-1
est days. It was a day that marked a ;
new era in the progress of the city. It '
was a day and an occasion on which
the multitudes assembled to witness I
the celebration of an enterprise that is j lavement ha:
to make our city a great metropolis ! ':,V- 11 u'"
for a section of conntry that abounds !lll,tl1-1- monunieiit to city's enterprise
in wealth mineral and agricultural, j itml pi osjx-rity.
It was a day for rejoicing, not only ! 1 Regretting tliat I cannot witness the
for the jx-ople of Cai Girardeau but ! aml triaI "f ,,1(' n,;w system
for all the lieimle throughout Sm.tl n i in which i would 1m- much interested.
lly Ofllclals Who ould Xot Attend
Our C elebration -end Their
The following letters were received
by .Mayor Coerver Tuesday:
Maldkx. Mo.. May 27th. 1"".C,.
Hon. V. II. ( 'ocrver Cajie Girar
deau. Mo., -Dear Sir:- Your cordial
invitation to lie present and participate
in celebrating the completion of your
water works system is at hand.
Although my jiersonal business will
not iierniit me to e with yon on that
day. I wish to congratulate you that
such a much needed and valuable im-
The Memorial services at the feme
tery by .lustl I'osi No. 17:1.
i. A. If.
First Revolver Fight with Indians, i The Pay of Judaes. Kalley A (irayV Dramatic C ompany.
f . John Coffee Hays was raised on a Judge Priest's resignation from the The above Company will appear at
farm in Wilson County. Tenn.. being United States District lench on the . the Opera House in this city for one
born there in m. At the age of IK ?rond that his salary of fci.UHta year week, commencing Monday. June .'Ird.
he migrated to Texas, where, during . insufficient t.,-i-;.i f,. th.. ,t, ' Thi- .i-.r..,,,i.,ti..n .litf..r fi-m the r-
dinary traveling Dramatic companies
in several essential features the mem-
.. ... ...v. ......... . , vuui juilu i ifh Itiin ftl !htt n uudtmn t irhittum -.. .1 s. 1...1-S mi ,1 I 1 Tti.il i.u .it mitiitqlinn
with a large number of members of ducted bv Gen Sam Houston heino-1 i -r.- ' i i -e. i 1 i
, ., , , , , tu ' cn- 'm uoutoii. nemg drifting. and ability and have lieen. at various
other Posts of tin? same order as- i noted for his braverv anrl trateirv I i ' .1
,, , 1 iioieu 101 jus ui.itij anu Midttgj. In an interview in to-dav s Snndav times, connected with the leading
sembled at the court house at one ; After the termination of that conflict 1 i . t- . u t ,, .' . " n-, ... .. ,
... 1 mc itiimiirtuon 01 mat connui Post-Dispatch Judge I'nest asserts. : Theatrical companies- the plavs jire-
o clock 11. m. and headed bv the Ojiera 1 Havs was placed in coinm-ind of the 1 i,- - . , t . i .1 1 "1 1
t'lai- i'".u in loiiim.iiiu 01 int. and his assertion is suiiiiorted bv the sented aregood. clean, standard works
tl.ns.. l.'.n.l f.....n...l . I..... .....1 1 11 ... 1 r . .1 1 .1 . 11 .
......... " " " ii"'- mii u regular loree mi was siinriiv .. . .. .
I " uuuiuiis ui a numoer 01 lawve
Day was tittingly oh- i the strm-le of that. Mev
served in this city by the veterans of ; for independence, he served with dis- tions whichsuggest serious considera
te evil war. Justi lost No. 1 e't 1 tinction in the military campaign con- ; tion of the question of whither we are
vers. that OI prominent, dramatists, tree from all
lie cemetery. afterward organized and became known ! .v... ...1....: ..... .. . : i -1 . - .. 1 ,
: a 1 uic binaries 01 our iiKijjes are inaue- uorse-piav anu onieciionaine variety
f the old soldiers were to fame as the Texas Hamper Manv . . n 1 1 . J, . " ... ,
l" 'a'" l te ae.,is i.angeis. .ianv q,iato. He declares that a man can! ! features--while the aim of the man-
corated with Mowers , Were the desiierate fights in which he ,.t , , t,s f...:i ....k .1 hi.-
. . , ,,,, ... ...n. , .(i.ifr. . i.iiuii. ni , iiiiiit 111 .-. i i; 1 . rifti iiivn iriiui ,
1 rwl ivi..-it 1 j .f i.i'..t..rwu. I Vw. ft.,. 1 . .1 .1 . 1 11 J i p- f .
...... , ,,,,..,,. , . was eiiageu wim me nerce . omancnes
the regular G. A. !:. services the peo- I and border Indians, and innumerable i
to listen to addresses bv Mrs. M. K.
Missouri who take pride in pointing
to this city as the largest, the liest and
most progressive city in thi.- part of
the country. It was set apart for a
grand rally- for pleasure, for friendly
greetings, and all these things we had.
The city was lieautifully decorated.
Bunting and Hags 11 uttered in the air
from windows, doors and house tops
all over the city. The rich and poor
alike showed their appreciation of the
enterprise that we had called the jm'o
ple together to celebrate. spirit of
good feeling reigned and every citizen
in the city- men. women, girls and
boys seemed to take sieeial pride in
tne work of making our city pleasing
to the eve as well as to the spirit, and )
our visitors were delighted at the show ;
we gave the?ii. I
At one o'clock the coplc began to j
gather at the court house anil ln-fore 1
two o'clock the city park was one mass
of merry human lieings. They waited
there to hear the address of welcome
and the responses thereto. At two!
o'clock Judge Alexander Koss. on lie- j went there. Mut
half of the Ma vor delivered the address ' Nathaniel I. von am
Very truly yours.
G. V. 1 k K. Ma vor.
eitv. Mrs IvIlinT w:is infro. 1. ...!.. !
Iy Dr. G. . 1 ravis and she I The Indian mode of warfare in those ! ,
for about thirty minutes. Her 'early days was to draw their enemv'
s.'i.CHiu a year and that no successful conndete and deserving entertainments
Ik-.ii added to your j ,ne '''S-'untr i.. A. ... services tiie eo-1 and border Indians, and innumerable I i:l-ver i-nn :.ffor,I t,. o-K-.. th.. . 'that ti..- f ,.;iv f..m
In- the unveilin- of ; I'1" assembled around a grand stand were the perils which he encountered. ' , ti..n ,.f ...-U-.t.. ......i... f ,...! ti. It o.i . ..' ,n"i ...i.
He was the first to sujijily an armed sllm OP fol. double or three times that ' come. The i.hivs to I nresented dur-
! sum. i inir their stay are varied in their char-
To the great mass of eopIe who look ! acter and will show the mettle of the
i upon T.i.tMKl a year as a munihent re- ; organization and bear out all the
i miinel-Il t ion .lllflirj. f 'ri.wt's it i.iti : iii'fktiiis.,s j.f nift n. tra.rtn.tit A nuu- .iti.l
abounded in senten.-es that . lire and then sweej. down upon them j ,hat he was "slowlv starving to' death" ! enjoyable Come.U-'wiil Ik.- g'iven at the
warmed an.l gratilied the . like a whirlwind, nlvin.r tlieir bows i .. .1... .1 :,. .... , .. ... , "
... . , ,. . , . ,. ,1 i-i . on ,iiai salary win seem numorous. 1 .uatinee natuniav aiternoon. Mllin-
siurii .uld n-e iiiLr o so iier. e and Usui" their lon' snears with iie-iil- i . .u 1 . -
1 " " 1011 sik.,iis nun ut.iu- Iliif the incident with the nttuHnnioK it 1
patriot and the good citizen. The I ly effect. So cautious were they in j
large crowd gave the lady the closest j ;i,is ivs)vt that they soon distinguish- i
attention and everyone who heaiM li -r ed the double-barreled shot gun when
.-M-ak i-egii-tted that she did not longer ; it was brought into use. and only ap-
entertain them with her eloquence. 1 proached when they weresuiv that such
Mrs. l iliot is an educated, relind
St. Ijtris. Mi.. May ls!i.".
Hon. Win. M. Coervcr Cape ;ir-:
anleau.Mo.. Hegret inability through ;
ress of business to atti-nd your ci-Ie-bration.
I'ermit me to propose sue-j
cess to the water works.
M. L. Hi !.M.N". ;
Water oiniHissioner. !
l' and l-
Ml Kl'HVSHl.il. M,1V -j-,. lS'.l.",.
Hon. William Coerver Caie (Gir
ardeau. M. Di-ar Sir: Your kind
invitation, inviting me to your cele
bration to-morrow, just received and
I ivgn.t to say that owing to previous
I engagements it will lie impossible for
me to attend, ami I am unable to say
how many citizens will attend from
here. Very truly yours.
Till'-. M. l.(;..v.
lady anil she can entertain an audience
in any comiiiunit For securing her
as a speaker on this occason the G.
A. K. boys are justly entitled to the
praie they are receiving.
:: it. Th'-v.
i.riint's sn-jn-j-ii M. ;, iiimi
Thinking' there might lx- an oppor
tunity for him at St. I.ouis. he finally
Ithough he met 'apt.
of welcome. He was responded to by j friends, and even rode with them when
T. D. Hines. of Jackson and Judge I they set out to break up a Confederate
Taylor, of Carbondale. III. The
speeches were listened to attentively.
After the siieakiug Dr. S. S. Harris.
Chief Marshal, gave orders for the
procession to form and soon a pro-
camp, he found no reason to lielieve
that the State of Missouri would ac
cept his services. So he returned to
Springfield, and again almost de
termined to go to his home. Then he
The New sclliiiil ol
lb- was an artist, ana ii
d a hindscaiM. Having
; hi' invite.! his friends to vi
too. were artists.
j "It's not up to your standard. "
jl'alette. "I've seen that v.-i'V sk
i of country a".d admireii it."
i "So have I." said (Irtish, critically,
"and I don't like that canvas."
"Nor I." chimed Mahlstiek. "for 1
(know every rock and tree in that
"Then paint your own pictures!"
exclaimed the artist, hotly.
And they did. Having painted each
the ''plain living and high thinking"
of the fathers, but it emphasizes the
tremendous power that money wields
in American life.
The incomes which are compared
with the salaries of judges are the in
comes of lawyers whose services are
was ! liurchased bv the great coroorations.
brought into play at close quarters , doubtful if Judge IViest before he
;t!:e panic that ensued was absolute.
land the destruction of th
complete. Hays was Colonel of tin
' on that
Hut the incident with the utterances itlmer prices will prevail - -.
has provoked is full of grave signili-j cents.
cance. Xot only does it suggest the.
wide distance between present con-j A Noted French Chemist,
ditions and the republican simplicity, j Has ..ombined the valuable ouali-
weapotis had lnvii emptied. n the
first occasion when Hays and his
Hangers, armed with the revolver, met
a band on the war-path, they allowed j
tlieir lire to in- liberally drawn, and
then the Indians charged with exultant I
cries. jSut when the revolver
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(. ......... ......,........,, , .,, , . tii:it-i-iMi ladies
iiuuans : i- itui ,, i, ...,..,1,1 i
t 'J'exau Kegimeiit. the nucleus
liich was rormed of veteran Kangei
Denver Field and Farm.
iesling to know how many lawyer
in the pay of corporations ma k
; a year.
I The .implication therefore is clear
: that the only lawyers who are regard
! ed as lit for the Ih-iicIi are lawyers in
j the employment of corporations and
bills. If you have occasion to call a j that the government must enter into
physician, says Mr. Thomas, in his couiietition with rich corporation for
"Sweden and the Swedes." you will ', the services of legal talent,
find him not only skillful in his pro- j I'nfortiinatcly this view has been too
fession. but a highly educated and , common among the men who have ex-
liiiclm's iu snccii'ii.
Sweden has doctors, but no doctors'
cession a .mile long was moving. The j thought of McClellan. who was then
most honorable gentleman. Von will Jercised the appointive power, with the;
a picture, they hung them on the wall ! also have anotherproof of the honesty j result that the 1m-:icIi is packed with !
and quarreled among themselves. A ', of the Swedes, and their friendly con- j judges whose training and sympathies j
judge Vas finally called in. and it j lidence in each other. i make them lean to the corporation!
chanced that the judge was an oculist. ! Swedish doctors send no bills to I side in the interpretation of law. The!
ties of Cotton Hoot. Tansy and I'cnne
royal and as a result the famous
Mon-a-mi Tabletsare offered the ladies
of America. It is the only remedy
which affords at the same time a safe,
sure and speedy relief to ladies for
suppressed and painful menstration
acting in from 24 to .'Hi hours. These
Tablets aii- esiieciallv recommended to
who desire a certain
monthly medicine doing away with
annoyance and fret. They are a cer
tain preventive for all monthly irregu
larties. Thousands of French ladies
use them regularly. These Tablets are
compounded by a Chemist thereby in
suring H-rfeet safety. Sold under a
written guarantee. $li!0 offered for a
single failure, ("rice reduced from
to J: sent wstpaid ( securely sealed )
1o any address. Send 4 stamps for
guide to women.
TlIK Ml IN A Mi CHKMII-Af. CO..
Sold by I Iruggists.
"(h. ho, I see how it is. " he cried. . their patients. What you shall pay bench would lie
in Cincinnati, preparing to leave for
the front. He knew McClellan slight
ly, and was certain that McC
knew of him. So lie went to Cincin
nati i. but encountered there the sain.
procession was made up of carriages,
buggies, ladies ami gentleman on
horse back, little girls on handsomely
decorated floats, the four lire com
panies and two music bands. The pa
rade around the big- suuare was made
' in the lest of order and without a ' himself had just gone to Washington,
single accident. At the east entrance ! His brilliantly uniformed staff were in
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o ...e. ...,,.... v ............. ... ... ....... .... ..... with :l tlallnp )f his right knuckles
1L live O 1 nil h anil i l."llil ? tu n i.viteu j.'n. i ,11 i.iiiii.iur-iiij, neii , .xjil. iil.llll.
f charge of and shown over the city, j timidly introduced himself to two or
Our educational institutions, our three of them, or Mel lellan. he said
Taken up by William Cravens and
improved by their : m,st,nl U-foiv William H. Wilier, a
j rubbing his hands, "'alette, you ! your physician is left entirely to your resignation and exclusion. It is 1 tetter Justice of the Peace in Cape Girar
j have strabismus: Hrush is very mark- j own choice. The rich pay him liber- i that such lawyers should be paid hand- 1 dean Township, of Cam- Girardeau
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.etiiv ism' 111:11 c: i:iiiisiiik. von n: una i. niieiiier iiei i vh iiim'ii oi ms t some s:i :i rics ;i scnt'iini;iTion iitti tniee , . . .i .1 a i .
II..,, I - ' ' I " 1 ' oiiiny. on me in uav 01 .iav. im.i,
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; . 1.T 11 iiriii'ti hiii .iii nil i,.iii,iiiii.n, ii..,i inn. ji iir ua iimi tiinx 1 , j lii.iii i,,i jii,i .i 11011 jiiiijjit. on lilt'
j as for this artist, iridectomy is the
i only thing that will correct his vision. "
I There was a long pause.
"Hut I paint simply what is here. "
land the artist indicated his left breast
churches, our mills, our banks, our i to Col. Chctlain (Chetlain hail now
stores and factories were visited and Jin-en chosen Lieutenant Colonel of the
! inspected by prominent men from other ! Uth Illinois Volunteers ). "I look np-
And I. " ! him. but in
Then, gentlemen, you have simply 1 position in
i tained by them. The poor pay him a J liench.
I small sum. and the very poor pay him .
nothing. Vet he visits the poor as
j faithfully as the rich.
on the last day of the year vou put sjieaKers spean these days are not a
into an envelope addressed to your j linl,? surprised at the frequent mention
physician, a sum of money which you io11 '' ,h'' orators. No matter
i think not only sufficient to coiniiensate i wtlat the occasion may be nor what
iceordanee with your own
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Out of the World and Into II en veil.
People who turn out to hear public
put sjieakers speak these days are
( 'ouiily. on the
j the following descrilicd projierty.
i the standin
life, and inclosing your
founded four schools of art."
And so thev had! Chicago Tribune.
.cities, and we heard many prominent tin McClellan as one of the brightest
' men say that Cape Girardeau was i officers of the regular army who has j
'Biirery an enterprising little city. received appointment in the volunteer I sandstorms in West Texas.
Carriages were on hand all day to service, and he is now to make his j The freaks of the drifting sand on j
take visitors to I'll parts of the city mark in this war." the prairie are fantastic and often un- I
free of charge and citizens were ready Then- was nothing to do but to re- explainable. Instead of lying evenly
to accompany them and show them the t turn to Springfield. ( )n the way back over the ground it piles in masses and
.sights. The members of the F. F. F. j Grant stopied over for a day in In- I eurls that often take on strange and
Gun Club threw the doors of their club j dianapolis. thinking that jierhaps his curious sluqies. It is easy to see why
rooms oien and invited strangers to j service might Ik- accepted by Gov. it should pile in a deep drift to the
make their rooms headquarters during j Morton. Hut a few hours there show- leeward of a board fence, but when it
their stay in the city. The club rooms jed him plainly that political Colonels piles up to the fourth wire in a barbed
were handsomely decorated. Polite ; and political influence were quite as wire fence the reason is more difficult
ushers were on hand to attend to the j strong in Indiana as in Illinois. Mr- to see. There is very little telling
wants of guests and a string band fur- i ('lure's Magazine. where the sand in the drifts around
nished music 1. 1 please the ear. this particular town -or any other -
The celebration was a success far! j may have originally come from. In
1,-., ml ..viMM'tation. considering the New Way to Torture Horses. 'many portions of what is called the
short notice given out as to when it The "tack burr" bit. an instrument
was to take place. There was not the ! of torture used to make horses carry
organization that might have been, j their heads high and present a thor
but the few mistakes that were made j oughbivd appearance, has found its
were noticed only by fault-tinders, j way to Balimore from Xew York and
card with the money, send the envelojie i J0'1
by a servant to vourdoctor. The ser
of the sii-aker re
ligiously. In; wanders off his suli-
and lugs in the name of tne
Last Tuesday on the -
vant returns with the card of the doc- j casion of our water works celebration ;
tor in a sealed envelope directed to i three sjieakers took turn about at the j
vou. This shows that he has received I sieaker's stand. The jieoji
and no word about the j then
j '2 female hogs, color white, about !
months old, both marked as follows:
i Toj cut off right ear. little cut out on
each side of right ear. 1 male hog,
color black, about )l months old mark
ed as follows: Croji off right ear.
Said hogs were aiiraised by Kd
ward itandol. John J. Jennings and
Jose(h Ferguson at the sum of five
j dollars each.
WlIJJA.M Ckavkxs. Taker l j.
the iieople were I
u .1.. 11. ..1 .....
your niotlCV. ami no Word allOUt the mere o near tucm mm inwui ain
matter ever j.asses between you. woi-ks, ineir auvaniages anu "-j band. " she falh-red.
Should you send him nothing, he i veniences. but they were disajijiointed. -j thought vou were two
will come and j.rescribe for you alii1'"' words water works were never ,,,,, ;l sill,le thought ."
the next year, and as long as you live: j uttered by one of the orators. They .-That was justthc trouble. I want
and he is too dignified ever to say a j talked about Gotland the churches, j tM, t)) lIS). it f()r j,,.;,,,, mjllincry .while
word about it. Youth's Comjianion. 1 They talked about christian petijile. j hc wisj., t devote it to the new base
The slnjjle Thousht Huslness.
tear clung for an instant to her
curving lash. Her lip quivered.
i have quarreled with my hus-
Pcople who came here were well jileased Hoston. where many persons were ar
with what they saw and they were more rested for using it. Charles Green, a
than pleased with the manner in which I colored coachman, has lieen fined $10
thev were entertained. , and costs and committed to jail in de-
; fault for using the bit.
It IMd the City sonic ;ool. :t!.t. Sunday afternoon, whileout for
'black land" of Texas, in which there
is naturally no sandy soil at all. the
surface of the ground has. in manv
'PI...,- f.,1.1 tli. t-.ist fiiiflien,. 1m. fore i .
'" ! ball rules.
An Kducatlonal show. i them how nice it was to bring the lit- A1)((f wlli,.hgoes to further illustrate
A jieculiar looking boat arrived here! tie ones up with tears in their eyes, j h()W fo(lish it is t jr,;t niarri,.d with
this morning and tied up at the foot of j because Christ was crucified, and j (m w.on,1 thought.-Detroit Xews.
the Levee. On this boat is a monster I Judge Koss. on behalt oi tne .Mayor,
It l'ald Him to Hold On.
Green Cox is the only farmer in this
county who held his wheat crop till
the price weDt uj. He brought eight
hundred bushels of wheat to market
fin back whale. The monster is I'm ! lauded the men of this city who attend
feet in length and weighs tons. In church and look solemn sky high. 1 he
its mouth il people can stand at one j Mayor selected Judge Koss to deliver
time. The boat and whale are owned j the address of welcome to the visitors
by ( apt. O. O. Anderson of Xew York i who came here to help us celebrate an ,
city, an old whaler. His manager . ! enterjirise that we look to to give us jat!t March, but instead of selling it at
places since the recent sand storms, j Vlale on . is ..j,, :ln 0jd whale j new life. The subject for the sjieech forty-five cents he let Mr. Pott have it
exchanged its black color for one al- j hun,,.,. wh(( has h;ld exjierience in the ; was plain and easy to handle, but the
most red. and the change is undoubt- j wat,.r ,.aituring whales. He is an in- j sjieaker was so full of holiness, so full
edly due to the sand blown from i .... :.s., nl htl nlensntw I of the gospel that he wandered off.
Western Texas by recent winds
with the understanding that he should
be jiaid the market ju-iee in June for
it. Wheat is now worth eighty cents
That our celebration last Tuesday
did us some good all will admit. True,
a drive. Murdock noticed that his
horses were annoyed and frequently
the crowd of visitors from abroad was j tossed their head violently, lie ex
not as large as we expected, but reji- j amined the bridles and found "tack
resentative men were here from many burrs" attached to the bits in the
cities and towns fromadjoining states ! horses' mouths. Mr. Murdock was in
men who had never before visited our ; censed at the cruel treatment of his
Thev came here to see us and j horses, and when he returned home.
gee how we were fixed, and we know
that they went away delighted with
our -city and feeling kindly toward
oar people. They will remember our
oity fcnd our jteople and speak well of
BfTWiherever they may go. They will
ieii people we are a progressive, and
Woepitable people and reside in a
i Our business men reaped some bene
jiis from the celebration in the way of
he Increase of trade on that .day and
from that we are all indirectly bene
discharged Green and ordered his ar
rest. Hefore Justice Hebb Green ad
mitted using the "tack burrs" and
said lie did so on the advice of a
friend, who told him they would pre
vent horses fastening the iron bit firm
ly in their mouths and running away.
The "tack burr'? is a simjile con
trivance, but an extremely cruel one.
It is made of a round piece of leather,
with tacks driven through it. The
tacks rub the soft part of the horses'
mouths and causes them to fret and
toss their heads. Baltimore News.
some instances it is probable that th
sand must have been carried as much
as 2."i0 miles. The sediment is jierhaps
a fourth of an inch deep, and it will
remain visible until the
! in explaining to visitors the dangers, ' He soared ujiward and ujiward till he j amj Mr. Cox is still holding for the
the excitement and the pleasure of ; got up among the angels and then tie j june rjse. It jiaid him to hold on.
cajituring tha big whale,
(.'apt. Anderson tells us that his boat
will remain here a few days to give
lost his bearings and he and God had
it. The heavenly fight lasted for some
time. The Judge was hard to handlo,
rainfall washes it into the
Letter from Helcherville.-
st t-'00'1 1 everybody a chance to see this mon- I but he was handled. He returned to
ster fish. It is something that grown his subject minus his wings and then
An Kiigllsli View oi It.
What is the cause of this illumina-
asked a traveling Knglishman
waiter at a hotel in a German
"Her Koyal Highness the Grand
Duchess has just become the mother
of a grand ducal infant." replied the
"Is that so?" responded the English
man, taking out his notebook:' "I
must make a note of that." He
writes: "Whenever the city is illu
minated the Grand Duchess becomes
the mother of a grand ducal infant!"
and then says: 'That's very interest
ing, indeed. ,f
j jieojileas well as school children should
! see. We have all read stories about
j the whale and the whaler but not one
i in a thousand of the jieople this far
from the ficean ever saw a whale and
they should not miss the opportunity
to see this one now on exhibition right
here at home.
Farmers Look Here.
I will sell you a new Osborn binder
for $s, mower for $.18. I also keep
extras for all binders and mowers
cheap for cash. Agent for Garr Scott
engines and threshers. Hay rakes,
harrows and all farm machinery,
buggies and wagons, etc. Come and
see me before you buy.
J. M. Morrison.
ready method in drowning, as to what
to do and how to do it. will be found
in Dr. Kaufman's Medical Work: fine
in a few well chosen words did what j colored jdates from life. Send three
our Mayor had asked him to do wel
comed our visitors to the city. Judge
Itoss was resjionded to by two other !
gentlemen and they too. got out of the
world and into heaven.
it is to see a beautiful child's face dis
figured with vile humors, bursting
through the skin in pimples, blotches,
and sores, and sadder still, when the
young and innocent are laughed at and
twitted in all such cases. Parents
should give them that good and pure
emedy, Sulpher Bitters, which will
search and drive out of the blood
every particle of humor. Health Gazette.
2-cent stamjis, to pay postage, to A.
P. Ordway V Co., Hoston. Mass.
New spring end summer liooda.
Philijip Stoll. the merchant tailor,
has received his samjiles of new and
fashionable spring and summer goods
for men's and boys' suits, and he is
now jirejiared to suit everybody both
in style and quality of goods. His
samples can be seen at his tailoring
establishment at any time, and cus
tomers can order just such goods as
they may desire and have them made
up in any style to suit them. Suits
made to order at fifteen dollars and
up. Perfect fit and satisfaction guar
Phii lip Stoll. '
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