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YOU WANT THE LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS ? FORMEIR LY TRENTON GAZETTE--TRENTON HERALD. ....... , i "THE SUN" IS THE PAPER THAT, GIVES THEM ! e 13. 3S. TRENTON, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. EIGHT PAGES. L00&L 0TTZNa$. Up With the Pencil Here and There. Easter rabbits! Gather easter eggs. Good Friday to-d'y T S, abscribe for TH SUN l: ----The vernal equinox last Tues- "Peaee on earth, good will to Sunday day after to- .:-'z-, W. T, Carr wen to St. Louis MaClelland moved to last weak. "-.Attend the hard time social at. hall to-night. GeOrge Poos had at St. Louis Thursday. T. Gaffner is having his treated to a coat of paint. Witt has put anew fence the north side of his town f. "-'John Pletcher moved on Ben dairy farm east of town week. --The front of W. T. Carr's drug been improved by a coat Paint this week. "--W. Wilkinson and family, into the Winkler property west of A. Mollett's, Tuesday. King's Daughters will give times social at London's ,to-night. Everybody invited. -Notice the ad. concerning new second hand bicycles, of H.C. of Carlyle, in another M. Menzi has had a new le arbor put up, and nlprovements made about H. Penn has moved back r home farm north of town lived a few years at Thursday. ' Clerk John C.Lampen, IS also candidate for reelec- was here some days ago in of his candidacy. Ra candidate for John Barton's sale ay, and also called on a nulab: of lfis iriends here. trees within and surround- the school yard have been lined. This causes our elegant to loom up nicer than --A severe thunder storm, so- by a heavy rainfall and electrical disturbance swept region early Thursday J. Renter. of Lebanon, an excellent article of here. which will be duly as the warm season portion of Locust stleet is g widened, told graded, which much to its appearance, as as to that of the residences there. number-of people were at John Bnrtou's sale of Saturday afternoon. Thir- The prices realized rather low. time for publishing an- :eports of all township otticers SVNDT 13Ullt-S. Giving Light on Local Matters of More or Less Importance. Madison Power spent Snnday at Lebanon. His friend, Arthar McGee, accompanied him back and staid over MoIlday. --E. A. tIilliard is in town at present in the interest of the Chap- man Publishing Co., of Chicago, who are publishing a Biographical Record othe different counties of the State. Mrs. R. Dean, of Chicago, who has been on a several weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. Alex McDonald, returned home last Saturday. Mrs. McDonald accompanied her, and will remain a few days. --Three young men of our town, who, from their training and age, should have known better, and whose names we will not mention ?or this time, took it into their heads to untie Mr. Tucker's horse, whiah was hitched in front of Fred Friaker's Thursday night of last week, md proceeded to take a moonlight drive south-west of town tor an hour or so. Meanwhile the owner wanted to go home and found his rig missing. The airy marshal and night watchman were notified and search instituted, After a little the rig dro,e back into town and was commanded to hair: The driver first wanted to whip up and pass, but when that would not work, all jumped out and ran away, The horse had been driven pretty hard. It was an ugly trick for which, if the owner had been so inclined, the lads could have been put through heavily. As it was, the case was compromised amount- ing to ten dollars and cost for each one. Next time you want to take a moonlight drive, boys, you'll find it cheaper to hire a rig at the livery stable. Burns are absolutely painless when Do Witt'e Witch Hazel Salve is promptly appli4. This statement is true. A perfect remedy for skin disoases,ohapped hands aJ0d lips, and never fails to cure piles.--L T. CARI. ffEETEA' DAUaET. A Splendic Entertainment by the Lebanon Young People. A number of the young people of our neigh boring viIlage Lebanon have been drilling for some time on the dramatic cantata "Jephthah and his Daughter," and gave the same at Turner hall Tuesday eve- ning. The play, in three acts, beautiful in conception, with a charming variety, and shifting in scenes, is founded on the historical Bible version of Jephthah's prow ass in war as related in the eleventh chapter of Judges. The emotions of despair and triumph, hope and victory,.joy and anguish find full expression in the supplications, recitations,songs.marches, dancing, ringing of timbrels, tableaus, etc. The costuming and general make- up was very good, and tile leading characters had been most fittingly chosen. The singing, almost with- out exception, was excellent, while all seemed to enter the spirit of the piece with a vim. Nearly all uteadfastly carried out the charac- ters assumed hroughout, that is, ware joyful with the joyous, and sorrowful with the sad. Once or twice a few however for- got themselves for a few moments, had a little tote a tote, and smiled where they should have been grave, which, though seemingly a trifle,cannot help but detract at the time. from the general good im- pressian created by the faithful acting of the others. The new stage surroundings, no rehearsal ZI0NALS. Coing and Goings of People Hare and lsewhere. Julius Braun was at St.Louis Friday. --J. M. ttill drove to Carlyle Saturday. ' Gee. Rerick, of O'Fallon, was here Tuesday. --Hy. Wehrman had business at St. Louis Monday. Mrs. F. Leonhard spent Sat- urday in St. Louis. Frank Leonhard had business at St. Louis Tuesday. --Rud. Hammel and wife, of St. Louis, Sundayed here. Ph. Eppert and Fred Penn were at Carlyle Saturday. --Gee, Vernon, of Carlyle, had business here Wednesday. Jacob Oppliger is suffering with inflamratory rheumatism. H. Blanck and family, of Louis. villa, Ill.; moved here Tuesday. --Misses Mollie and Emma Menzi, were at St. Louis Wednes- day. --John J. Giger, of Grantfork, a bridge mason, was here Wednes- day. H. W. Yeager, the wellkn3wn cigar maker of Breese, was here Tuesday. Profs. J. Gruenig and Thee. Trost drove to Highland Saturday afternoon. Mrs.J. Moore and little daugh- ter spent Saturday and Sunday at Belleville. Frank Juda went to St. Louis Monday morning and will probably work there. --Hen. S. Smiley was hera Mon- day visiting his sick relative, Mrs. M. Dagger. -.--John Setter and J.W.McBride, who are working in the city, spent Sunday here. --Pete Adamson spent a few days of the past week at Pinckney- villa and Belleville. --It. E. Mollmann and family pent Sunday with relatives at Buxton aim Carlyle. --Christian Koch, a prominent farmer near Highland, had busi- ness here Wednesday. Mrs. Lydia McBride is enjoy- ing a several week's visit with relatives at Kinmundy. --Miss Emma Risser,of Lebanon, was the guest of Trenton friends a few days the past week. Ed, Feitz, of Highland, was here Friday, and got orders for several fine monuments. Mrs. Annie Plack, of Old Orchard, Me., was here a few days the fore part of'the week. H. C. Norcross, a hustling young business man of Carlyle, spent Monday afternoon here. Adolph Dehner,milling expert of St. Louis,was out examining the Centennial mill last Monday. Alfred Ginzel, Louis Leonhard, Willie Skinner and Fred Kurtz, of St. Louis, were out over Sunday. Mrs. A. S. Clinton and Mrs. M. Craig took a drive to Lebanon, where they called on friends, Friday. Miss Barbara Vanninger went BT NOTZB. Telling of Happenings in Adjacent Coun- ties. --The order of M. W. A., is en- joying a regular boom at Edwards- villa. F. Cockrill is the lately ap- pointed post-master at East St. Louis. ,--Mr. and Mrs. J. Oldendorph, of Waterloo,caleb&ted their golden wedding last week. --New Athens,a town about half the size of Trenton, is to have electric lights soon. --Major Thomas Challenor, of Bellev'ille, aged 82 years, died re- con fly at Belleville. Marble playing "for keeps" by the pupils of the Edwardsville schools has been declared gamb- ling,and has been prohibited. The Alton bridge is nearing completion and the announcement is made will be ready for train service to commence April 1st. The post office at Patoka was broken into Tuesday night, and $130 worth of stamps, and cash and valuables amounting to $150,taken. --The grand jury of Clay Co., has found an indictment against one Bob Smith for burning the Woodlawn Hotel at Sailor Springs, last Christmas. --*-'The Vandalia District Associa- tion will fittingly, celebrate the seventy-fiftil anniversary of the founding of Odd Fellowship, at Contrails on April 26. --Gen. W. A. Powell, of Belie- villa, is a candidate for Commander of the Illinois department G. A.R., to be determined by an election to be held at Rockford, May 15. --The body of George Kirby, late engineer for the Belt Rail Road was found between, the Advance Elevator and the Eads bridge at E. St. Louis Friday, after having in in the water for 41 days. A farmer in Washington coun- ty has a persimmon orchard ot506 trees. His neighbors made great fun when he first began setting out his orchard but at the end of three years, when he bgan harvesting his fruit, frequently selling at $1.25 a gallon many concluded that there was money in the un- dertaking. The persimmon raiser has perfected a method by which the fruit is kept trash and sweet 0EUEOE S. Flety'a Progress Hers and Round About --There will be services at the M. E. church Sunday morning and night. ---Rev. W. P. ttosken, the new minister of the Presbyterian church will take charge the first Sunday in April. There will be services at. the usual hour at the German Evan- gehcal church. Also on Easter Monday. Sunday evening the German Evangelical Sunday School will celebrate Easter with a special song and praise service. --Rev. C. D. Shumard, ofthe M. E. church, went toTmalco, Bond Co., Monday, to assist Roy.Dundas in a series of meetings there this week. The Presbyterian unday school will have an Easter cele- bration at the church Sunday eve- ning in which the cantata, The Tableau of the Ten Virginfi, will form a prominent feature. --The following class often were confirmed last Sunday at the Ger- man Evangelical church: Alvina Kurtz, Dora Miller,Emma Buettner, emma Vogt, Eliza Krumrey, and Henry Herstein, Willie Miener, Erhil Mueller, Fred Kleiner, John Baehr. They will partake of the holy communion for the first time next Sunday. TO THE LEQAL VOTERS. In this issue of Trm Su appear notice of annual township meeting and election of officers of the town of Sugar Creek, to be held April 3, 1894: Candidates for the different offices will take notice that all nomination papers as also certifi- cates of nomination must he filed with the town clerk on or hefore the lqth day of March, 1894, being. 15 days preious to the day of election. The notice of election has been issued thus early to give dtiens an opportunity to call naeetings for the purpose of nominating candi- dates, and individuals to circulate nomination papers. Louis BLATTNER, Town Clerk. LETTER LI$T. Letters remaining at the Trenton postoffioe, which will be sent to the dead letter office April 1, 1894: [ (arnett W. Hill Miss Rills Spratt I until spring, and he is malting a , ,-i,,l Ahue- L. ScllmSder [ good thing out of his old invest- "',uv" Alfred Trolliet / mont. [ BrVyant,s Nurseries Mrs. Ben F. Way [ lrs. W. Paynter] A gentleman from Kansasl Dr. ROWMiss Mytie Smalling, called on M. J. Crowe recently for / Person calling:for these letters will the purpose of renting some land please say "advertised." for the cultivation of the sugar / Wrd. Scmtm*s, P. M, beet. He said that tiffs locality was the finest in the world fm the[ sugar beet and that there was[ money in it even though the beets [ had to be shipped to Kansas to[ manufacture into sugar. Mr.Druse[ confirms his theory to some extent. He planted a few sugar beets last/ year which did well and proved' that this industry can be success- fully established.--Waterloo Re- publican. No better aid to digestion, No better cure for dyspepsia, Nothing more reliable for bilious- hess and constipation than DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills.--W. T. CAR. MARRIAC;E LICENSES. NAME. :IESIDENCE. it. T. Pcndcrgras, 54 ........... Wheatfleht bIattte Blaekmore, :9 ....... Frankfort, Ky. H" V Boardman, N5 ........... RosevfiJe, Ill Anna E. Baum 'i ............. Clinton Co. Business Notices. Wants, :For Sale, LoSt, Found, :For Rent,&c California peaches only 10c a can3lat the tar Store. The best T in town at the Broad- way Store. 29 Dried California grapes 5e a lb, at ;he Star Store. 31 5 pounds of good sugar for $1 at 2t The Broadway Store. A lot of fine parsnips for sale, at 38 (EO. B. ACKERMANN'S. The cheapest and best T at the Broadway Store. 291 Asparagtrs, canned, at a quarter 1 a can, at the Star Store. Boys' overcoats for $1, worth $1.50 at the Broadway Store: 14 Broadway Store beats them all i n Clothing Suits from 4.00 t $15. For the cheapest toilet soap go te the Star Store--2 cakes of fine castile for 5e. 31 Just gcgived 40 ear loads of Tea, direct from China at the Broadway Store. ' '29, Whie oak bed room suits with beveled glass 24x40, for $22, at Jos. GLANZNERts, 37. 3 lb. can peaches sold at 10 ets., at the Broadway Store. 37. Owing to the hard times, Fred Fricker is selling three loaves e bread for a dime. 30 , The best varieties of T's, T's, T's, T's at the Broadway Store. 2(A  POUNDS of good sugar for one dollar at the Star Store. 31 One thousand and four pair of knee pants all woot at 50 eta. a pair, at the Broadway Store. 37. J.H. Miener, of thi city, has re- ceived his spring goods and this season shows an uflUStla[ .assortment of attractive and desirable patterns at lowest figures. 36tf, Dent fail to se the most beauti. ful array of queensware ever brought to this city at the Broadway Store. 7 t.f: FIur! Flou?! Flour! of the qualit be ha ; at Try it A new lot of Guns at the Broad- way Store. Hunters come and take a loo1 at them; cheap! 14 WOOD FOR SALE. A quantity of dry wend, on Sugar. Creek at Saw Mill, fox sale at fifty cents a load. 18 HAMMEL & LOUDEN. Flour ! The celebrated Peffer Mill Co flour will be constantly kept on hand at Sam Fricker's store and bakery, and sold cheap. 14 H. E. Mollmann is having a good trade because his stock t1 all his own make, and hisprices suit all. He sells the best harness oil at fifty cents a ffallon. Call on him. 37. Subscribe for TliF SUN. Bohrman & Wolf have just received ................ a ear load of Flower Posts, ,,Rustic - HangingBaskets, Umbrella Stand ANNOUNCEMENTS. Lawn Vases, l,awn Stumps and Pedestals, which they will sell at St. COUNTY CLERK, 1 " l IUNKER--We are authorized to announce the ] LOUIS priee._ _ : "=' tP name of Adam Jnuker as a candidate for County Clerk of Clil:ton count5% subSect to the [ Not otto minute elapses between decinion of the Democratic county convention. / the taking of Ono Minute Cough Cure ] and relief. Why shouldn't people "I[.AMPEN--We are authorized to announce] take One Minute Cough Cure? They .a the name of John C Lampen as cadidate for re-election as County Clerk of -Clinton should, rlhey do.--W. T, CAIR. county, subject to the decision of the Demo- cratic county convention. SHERIFF. l) INESMITH--Wc are authorized to announce llb the name of Wm. Rinesmitb, of Carlyle, an a candidate for Sheriff of CHnton county, sub- Ject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. LEMMING--We are authorized to announce the name of John A, Lemming, of Avisto, as a candidate for Sheriffof Clinton eounty, su - ject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. NOTICE. Mrs. Maria Thorand, a graduat at Newland College, St. Louis, hereby announces to the public that she wllt practice as midwife in Trenton and vi. cintty. She holds a oertifieate from the State Board of Health and is fully qualified to practice her profession. Wanttt An active agent in etch county iu RAGEN--Weare.authorized to announce the the United States, to solicit suh- name of D. J. Rayon, of Wheatfleld, s a candidate for Sheriff of Clinton county, subject seriptions for the Twice-a-Week Re to the decision of the Democratic coulty con. public. A liberal commission will ba vention. I.I[ADLEY--We are authorized to annaunee paid tO hustlers. Bublie funds has ar- having been held on it at all must to St. Louis Saturday, where she  Frank. Frerker, 19_--.....----Nrrenberns" 25 .......... Germantown  candidate dill the name of S S. tIadley, Of Brookside Address, ' ' " Superintendent Circulation, The law plainly says that also have proved somewhat era will remain for a few days with cmE+A-++AS,ER $_ __aCtcotveto dfe':e:e':ei!::t;'' TEREeumrc zed report must be in ado drawback. It was not large en,- .- relatives. .---- Cot ....... enuom _ St. LOUIS, Me. " " " " ' -'NEILI We are atlthonzed to announce the printed in a county newspaper to brlnu out the marching evolu- , ........... lo Kru or N i 2 g N , "-- "'r "" " " 'n . ....... 2._2 .......... .^  o __  .,   ;,, oa w;Ie ol t3agev Wm Kontmeyer rox,,zz g , " J namcof,lonu'r,O'Nolii )t irtshtown tow - " .................................. "- a year. tions of the soldiers unflcr tnelrl --o.n.r,.,. .... '''" ' . ," se'l-dnl-2seldscl-dnl-dswl-lsel'4. . ship as a candidate tor Sheriff of Clinton Co,  ...... | T ...... L:, I[m,:, re return " .P ' .., + ....... ,,| and will remain t I ;F0-ei-i'- K theism?of 12ariu..]ntgonrcrmt, sut,',i' "Tt'EDA7 APRIL, 3RD A I), 1894, ' neigllDOrS, tne nl gnesl; praise. l :. . ..... *ww _ , dae mr tounty Jplge  C  . "' J  ? I ha;,..s ,i.a'iit_., "l".odn;" ..... n'*ht ............ ,nott}l --q'h .......... +lo 1;+lo ( ..... rtrrratte,t thnt there were not morel t,,,e. . t Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of JutlelOll to the deoision or tle Democrauc county con. [ '.,[.,{e [cci, ion witl'bcin at thc hourof 7A, J. --, cutl,o vt t,,. ..............  ...... ,(----  .  | .  ar _ T,-dn IT 13.vi 1;., Ill was told by her doctors sne[Ven_u2 ..... [aud(,loseatSr. M.,atthcfollowing places lllt : aths old boy of Mr. and Mrs there, lney fleserveu a la!'ger| 51c. au lurs. ?.;--- ......... / he'Consumption and that there was[ couNx"" TRFASURER. i the:e2"2ralj.rcc'2 .... ,,.tl in Trenton . " T  . -  i n a0vel%lSe(1 " dlle sent the luster pr -- ' )r , ),lz d , , .re ................................. : X%hite was brought out from house, andhad t bee . |o! Gicenx , :P : .... :_] nohopo for her, but two bottles 1 .}CHEMEL.--!9 are a kt]h e A, an,?uuee| PrecinetNO. 2atVfltagehall. in A_viston: . "- ]/ I LIll] k tlle name ot(,eorge ( l]onle[ oI  ado to n ic ted are one t erY.laor Louis ,Sand's, y morning and somewhat earlier, and a little nlore of last, and the tore par o KI g's New Discovery . completely v n nor "',"*'t ....... ""  "ndidate orC,uit  'rrea*ur'of], oneThe office)-STown Cwrtbeeone 'f,xssessor. : ou-EPot:'- , et at the l renton cemetery extensively, Y we Y / , ,( = . s the nest her and she sa s it sae th i i - . . ,, -'. .. " would undoubtedt ek in our little clt , a g cured , _ Y . . [ Clinton County, subject to e cis on of the | one Commisaton'er of highways for road distric ' , " - ' " . - , ........... r , tv ,=, Mr 'l hos Eggers,l'o Flt, rlda ., I i)eiaocrattc county convention. | No 8 one .%boo1Truslee for iltrict ;No ..... V, Shumard oiticiating. Steve have neen larger: .'xn.e weaurerl of Mr. anazrs, w. A:, .... irra,;elseo,'shered troma,iroad-l(;=7--| X:a the'dGrs;:iiIaiovotcyant;= ..... -; lllson, John Cordell, Mrs. J. H. had been somewhat, tnreatemng " E M Press renresenting the f,,l eoldt approaeh!ng Conumption,] t ':[ieutnefcaliereof',ar]( nsct/dcd,oragstnstthepavment in lahor-f t h' - ans an Adol h Adams accom- durin the day, but cleared o1I, anct  -&. : . , -.,;I, a,nev tried without reul everwmng emo, candlte .f?r Com, ty ]'r,asurer_of "C.tinton|distrletlaborandpr0petyr2adtax:' , ...... e" ie . d ..: ;p_: ..... on a be'augtitul moonli ht everlin .... . K.u l)Un tg uo. iuercan .... L%'-g. ' ;i,a bought end bottle of q)r King's, ceuutv, suoj,.ct to tne m'clion o, me ,emo*| The township meeting ,qlt .e catm(t=tqrut" d the, neftrukeu ,arents g , -.. " _.._. _a .... Mr P _?+=,,_ ...... .....s t.. *.. . '., ........ craticeouutye ouventiu. |inTuruerhalltnT,'entJnattbeluI( ....... 'g : t n wasm our cly uunu,j. NeW,,,,,w,,z,,,,u.,--,--=o... --'_ .... =- .... . aml.,rehoo[nga'deratorwiltlepdto " r sad nnsmon fr, om the city. the result. Most of.the you g , .........  ........ ,,man courte .... od He is naturally thankftll. IIS COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. /hearandcomidorrep0rtscfoc lode and Mrs White lived in our people came over in a back, anct o is  w,g ..... - ,",,,1 'nr the ..... :s, of which these are sam- i[OIINTON--We aroaUthorized tO announce| liberate and decide ohsmh,asl e c, emtv :, Ii" : " , - ...... ; course en;o,,ed the ,qeasant ride ous anti especially nt ==- .,, rove th0wonderful efficacy o thennneofWilUamJoimstou,ofIiht0wn|tnpurtlanceoflaW, come notary rt , ' , y a nltnDer o 3"ear, Lt,tt j J' v" ' " A..+;, K. ;= ,arrttetaA ;n l-J[e Wlll ; -  - -t.t' township, as a candidate xor County 8uperin-| when couveneu. = ..  ,.^.., ,., aTtb ,..  4"..;. .1. -I .... o ,. 3n uuvto ax ,. ,,..u .... _ . _ e 181no 11 .,ougne an(1 t.,.-, tudent of Schools or Clintou county, sublect to} Given uuaer my afl, a*,"", "', " " : - ,,a,y ,,n,o ., ....... ITae Advaucs Soap and get a ladies' ho + work in the different owns ox bottles at John MeGmro's t decision of the Democratic county convert-| day af Yebruaryr ;i,a ---- l-k i Pathlze wth them ]n thel watoh free. 8old at stor Regultu.izo 50c, and $1. to. The