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,[ ! ,: . .,+  + TRENTON SUN. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. O000aW O0t00000000a000a00. L EVSY NOTES BY CLEVER REPORT- ERS FROM DIFFERENT POI- TIOS OF THE COUNTY, Breeso, H. "vv. Ye,g&apos;er had business at a, v i stou and Trenton Tuesday. A new dwelling house has beeu put UP at he brickyard east of town. Supervisor Thee Klutho and mine he:it Ed. Geist had business at ast Sr. Louis Tuesday. The St. Dominic Dram'tie club will give an entertainment for tlm benefit Of heir hall on Easter Sunday and Iheir entertainments are Monday. "' " It rat` class and always wellpatronized. 3Ve Memphis, Conrad Reifschneider is huihting a poultry house. 74 teet long by 2 feet wide. Fred Niemeyer, who spent several weeks at St. Louis, returned holue last Wednesday: Win. VQhner re,Drip, d, rom Belie Prairie last We[s/ly where he pent a week Inakng "s,pm improve- monts on iris farm I+IA'0. ..... "Win. Johnston, of IrLlitw tn- Mfip, wa ih tovn one day last week l,)oking ut) his chances in {his seutiou, for becoming county Supeinteldelt of school, Sugar Oreek. We had a nice rain Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Morgan ,returned home item . Louis Saturday. Miss Emma Risser, of Lebanon laurie a short viqit ald business trip /.:) her aunt:' la-t Saturday. Co.Supt, I)oelin', of Madison (., visited the scio(;is in tile southern par of tim county last week. ' Mrs. Koehler, of' Highlaud, made a b,u+int..visit to Gee. Guyots last v,'hek: h0 -$,anted to buy a team of horses The +Kum), Bro. were eall0d a w:y to Troy ti4 pst of last week, to L':,end th, fnneg of their sister Mrs. kranlz. Bartelso. A boy at Fred Huelsnmns,, a0n-in, h,+w of P. Kleinekorte. Frank B0eving made a brief trip to termantown Tuesday. .' :Win. TimmCmm made a bu.siness lap ,:o t. Louis Monday. It is a rumor that Mr, Shht inlends to build a new creamery, James Cleary is .slowly recovering f,om a severe attack of pneumonia. O (xe. Gesenhues+ of Gorlnantown, visited at Roy. B. Barrels + Thursd.t.y. The Bartetso creamery received four ) e:tr loads of' ice frolri I e6ria last Satur- day. Herman Schlueter, jr., of German. t:P, vn. vts seen among his friends Tuesday. Hy, Meyer, Gee. Lampen, l.eO. Cruse, Frank Becket and Gee. lss- mann, went to the Aviston secure good rocks for foundation of lte seitool lmlL o be built in:Bar- telso at some later date. Mrs. Mary McHale and her siste'r Miss Afime Albers left ibr S. Louis Wednesd.y morning, fl'om where Mrs. MeHaIo will rearn to her home in Atlanta. Ga., agera short stay o take leave, witfi her relatives in the city. lrogtow+,. Dan Ragen, candidate for sheriff, was among us Sunday. Rudolph Wiese went to St. Louis on business Saturday night. Arthur Oehler,editor of the Trenton ,Su, gave us a call on Saturday last. Mrs. A. Vienker will open a beer saloon on, or about, the 24th of this month. John Means. whb had a shooting gallery here for two weeks, left for Carlyle on account of sickness. I-[onnan Voss, sr., had a surgical .potation performeff on him by Dr. T. Pace, of Breese.last week for a cancer. James l)uComb, formerly school eacher of Frogtown, has left for Keyesport ,his hdme,his school having closed. John Kuhl met with an accident last Friday His eam ran away about a utile west of Carlyle, and he fell in such a way as'to break one rib. While walking along the state road Sunday a wcck ago, Ben VonBokel was shot accidentally about  ha if a ,nile west of town, but not seriously. A new way of catching snipes has been adopted bY Mr. Crone. namely, carolling them by night with a candle and a sack. tits first trial proved a 311CCeSS, 5Vw Bade. Henry Harpsrito says, "mine is a boy too." Expected a girl, arrived a boy. That's what Goorge Monken says. Mike Vober and family, of St.Louis, were viMting at NeW Baden last Sun- day. Miss Elnma Weidller, of James- town, is visiting relatives in New Baden. Our township election promises to be a very ineresmg one, as the con- tending candidates are making the UlOSt stretluOUS efforts 13o win Died last Sunday afternoon George Peter, son of }terntan Pot ors. at ne age el SeVCO yval'8. His relnains were interred last' Monday iu the Summer- field cemetery. The 1)eretved parch ts have tile ttcartel sympathy of the whole comluuMty. At the township convention held in sLeeking-glass township at tile Kahner ehool h}Juse last Saturday. John B. F. Rice, south of tonewtlq erect a large granery soon. G. Spittler is to do the work. J. R. Grundlnan, our greatest stock- man, is fattening 38 steers, and also a fine lot of hogs. W. Volimer, of New Memphis, ac. companled by his mother, visite(l friends here last week. A. Gnadingor,one of our progressive tarmerst is shipping milk to St, Louls 'from Pierrou every morning. We still hear Burgissor and Spilt- lefts saw mill whistle every morning. We must say, Dan gets. up early. " H. Hnsing of Irishtown. formerly teacher, nero. came iff on his wheel last Friday eve, and pleasantly sur- prised his friends. Cat.l again, Her- mau I Sartterfleld. Miss Calbreth went to St. Louis again on Friday. Jno. Huebner is home his week with rheumatism. Miss CaIbreth returned from St, Louis Monday evening. lice. Shumard. of Trenton. preached at tim E. M. E. church Sunday. Mrs. H. F. Etcher, of Lebanon, drove over Thursday afternoon. Misses lAzzie and Stella Herbal- man, went to Lebanon Friday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ph. Eisenmayer, ac- companied by Miss Cress, took a trip over to Lebanon Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Riehbold is getting along very nicely. The doctor said she will be 'bleto be up and around in a few (lays. Tile class of Roy. Mahte did well. The class consisted of five, viz.: Miss Gross, Small, and Carrie Fix. Master Gross and Small. J. W. Asberry had a narrow escape flora being killed Tuesday evening. His horse started ruunipg away at the Summerfiehi cross r6ads, and ran aainst a tree at Braundel's store. Mr. Asberry reccived a slight bruise over the right eye. The village convention was held at the Setmol Hall Saturday evening for the purpose of nonfinafing candidates for offices, and tile follawing were uoniinated: B.F. Winkle, lres, of the Village; i Ph..Bucbonz, F.Ernst, A + f and Jno..2mher. Irustees, 3 to be elected: D. Braundel, Clerk. Harry and George Droyer, of St Louis. who lived in Summerfield two years ago, were tined $10 and cost each, in the First District Police Court by Judge Morris, ibr carrying +encealed weapons. On Tuesday night the boys armed with revolvers hung around 315 Olive St. waiting the reurn of ttteir father, whom it is sup= posed they intended to harm. Earlier in the day Mr. Dreyer, sr., had filed a .petition for devorce from their step- moher. I{einiann was nonJinated for super- .-+ . . +. } + (;a'Pg e. [yl$or, Belt 3assar V eber tor collcetor, "Y !Henry Emke ibr town clerk, ilohn 13. Messrs Frerker and Hallermann Monlon for assessor,aud Fred rankle spent Snnday in St. Louis. for hig'hwav c(nnunssioner ()pposl- t+hs V Darkr of S* r "i ..... * , * , , vl t 't . JL %1 , -U. IJuu o, -J711U tlon to the holding of conventions has I Sunday with friends in this city been growi,g right alongin our town-I C N[us,rl ves sent the last o'f last ship, the In a,ritv of YoUrs preforingl ..._. : a . .[ : , . ..... .. ". ... _ " L . v  _ . -- I an(t trio nrs Ol bUlS ,veel{ Wlln l'aul ne petition mene(l, scau se oy u on I, n fflethod he rulers need go .to ,'ote I  erno . only once to 'suPi,Or thei /avorite j .. : P. Ramsay returned to Spring- candidate. The convention method, nolo untlav at'ter spending Saturday it is elalme(l, oftc: gives tile friends and Sunda." in our city. of an unpolmiar candidate all opDer- XVm.iLinesmith,e:mdidate for sheriff tunity to defeat his more popalal: op- called on his friends and acquaint- I ponent in ctmvention, hy keeping his au,:es here Thursday. I candidacy a secret until the time of 1 lmlding !he Convention. ;Vheatfleld. Dan Racgeu was in Trenton looking Buxton. aft,t,r his claim for sheriff Saturday. Farmers are mos all done sowing as, and some are plou, ina for corn. Mr. Cawmaugh aLd W'ff, of St. I,oais, are visi:tji+g [n our v,etnity this wek. Norman *y,. enpanied by his .daughter Mary t i vijog in St. Louis Otis week, " Mrs. Rot,errs, oeom!,arfled t. her daughter Dena., was iiking A qur vicinity Sunday. The RepuMietm of this township held a convention last. Wednesday and nominated the following person. as candidates: supervisorG.chmah] assessor, Albert Schulbert; collector John Wade: town clerk, John Elliott: bi1hway commissioner, John Son Ve have a tieke called the township ticket,gotten up hy petition; supervis- or, B.Dumstorff;.sSessor, James Gray; eo!leeOl'. Gee. Hob; ton clerk, Jolm ,31iof i highway commissioner, 1Nic Maht'mdt. tluey. Miss Mamie Strang visited friends m Salem last Sunday. Alfred Nictmls, of East St, Louis, viMted relati', es here lst week. l)r. T. E. Alsop,ofCarlyle, made our town a call last Monday afternoon. ti. G. Schrder, of Carlyle, visited ].is daughter Mrs. Konrad, Monday. Miss Emma Konrad,of Carlyle,spent foveraLdays here last week visiting IYiends. < :co. Koch s remodeling his house, wb!eh was badly damaged by the fire A" ["el). Lhd. Miss Edith Ammons spent Saturday and Sunday in Cal'lyle the gues of Mi-s Belle Maddux. Mrs. Sitiney Strung, who has been tivinc in Contrails the past year, has moved back to I.[uey+ The M. E. Sabbath school of tMs fiL>.ee will give a lnusieal and literary .:ertainment al tto M. E. church on ]qa(+ter evening. A collection will be laken at the closO of th exer(ises for th: miss, chary cause, Germettown. Be sure to look.up the rabbits' nests on Easter. Make arrangetuens for the balls md ,comrts given ,in neighboring owns on I%str Monday the Ieadiug occupation of our vil- lagers is gard,niug. Politics are dis- eu.sed+ When taking rests. Sir. Rinestnith, candidate/'or sheriff' of( ?l triton coun t+y,called +on his friends t Germantown and Bar,else the 14tl ini:. los. I:Ialleemann, dealer in general nerChadise, has uent out his egg wafion aain 0 ac.emlnodte his cus- t:{ir. Fred Meyer spent Saturday in St. Louis on business. Win. Fauke has moved into hi new farm near Bartelso. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fitzimntons now have a little boy at ttmir house. Mr. Henry Bitterborg and Miss Ida Wringo, of Wheatfleld, spent Sunday with friends here. John F. Schiermann, who hold a government position at East St.Louis. spent Sunday with his family at heine. Our township election this spring promises to be a ver b, tante affKir, as there i no opposltiou to any ot the offices. M, and :M;s. Posey Maddux, two of our old settlers, are very low with pneumonia., with but a very slight c, hance for recovery. Henry iuddux, who has already a fine large fruit orchardf is making set out several h und- red young pe=r tres. lhe hoard of Commissioners ef higilways tue at the Town Hail on Tm, sday, for the purpose ofntMdn settlements with the district rod overseers. Leroy Walker after havin pen about two years at the Southern Nor- mal, returned home last Friday and will remain with his parents duriag the summer. Farmers ]n this neighborhood have finished sowing oath This has been a very early spring. Crops of a]/ kinds are looking well with a fair prospect of a good harvest. We are sorry () learn of the death of Mrs. Thomas Burke, fimnerly of this place, but who removed to Car- lyle only a fewweeks ago, where her husband had purchased a line little residence. Jamestoum. L. Reams' is working tor E.Essen. preis. J. tanders is ungagod in repairing bridges. Some of our tarmers are plowing for eel n. Ph. Bauman says it is t young Re- public&n. T. P. Mercy, of Greenville, was. in town Fuesdtty. E. Defuntaiu'e ha gone north to work this s,umuer. Miss E. Weidne is oqliing on New Baden f, ields tqis week. L. Foehner lU up a new picket fenco a+ ouud,' ld. oictmrd. L. G. HaL,be;.er made a busines trip to St. Imts Tuesday. The M kses J.und E.l,artn are going to try city Ill, this summer. H. Reuls. of Arkansa% is here ou a visit to his cousiu, Mrs. Esenpreis. Peter Essenpreis i, going to move on one ot Mr. Morey's farms iu Bond Co. A. Sehmidt, collector of Burges l,wnship, Bnd, Ci., wa in our town Sand&. .. , ". l' Jss, )t the Big Corner store, and C, P. Norris,of C. P. Norris & Co., spent Friday iu ;St,. Louis. The Epworth League will give social at the residence of J. F. Black upper Carlyle, in the near future (i. Heywood Vernon, of this city, who is working in Springfield, spent the first par of the week at home. L. M. Johnson of Bryan, O., has bouzht the (hntou Stt.|0 of j. M. He:derson oftMs city, and will take charge of it the first of April, until then Mr. ]-lenderson will still have charge of the gallery. Friday afternoon, from 2 until 4 oclock, the Zeteic Literary Society rendered the (htrlyle program as tbl- h)ws: Instrumental solo, Salho Gor- don;son+,, Soft Hewing'River, by school; Origin of Carlyle, Sidne3 1 cese: Churcnes.Edna Case; Schools Bertha Aekermann: quart,erie, "Th( l?isiterman and Itis Child, Nellie Crocker, Frank Lietze, Laura Kelling and Wa ltr Deremiah: Printing houses, by George Boyce; Town Offi- cers, Frank Lieze; Business Houses, Edith Fiak: solo, "When My Heart is Reached. Sophia ReM; The Seal of Justice, [Manrieo Weigle; Protninent Men, Paul Murray; duet, "Music on the \\;Vaves.'" Nellie Crocker, Laura Keliing; Iml)ortant Events, Ruth Case; hnportant Amusements Mabel] Walker; quart,otto; Prophesy, Josie] h]sington; song, Battle Hymn of the 1 gepublic,school. After the conclusion ] of the program, speeches were made by/essrs. O'Harnett, Means,Randall, t slid Van Clevo and Misses Nichols,] aud Casady. The program was well reudeeed :and showed a great ad- vancement in the productions over the ones of former years, wheu the society was sitl in its infancy. The society was orgauiz,l in 1891 by Prof. J. M. Parkin.]m With Heywood Vernon as president, and Annie ltobinsou as secreta.ry. During exercises of last Friday, Claywn Jackson presided "ts president, and i{uLh Case as 'secretary. Another meeting will be held Mch. 30, and the usual monthly program rendered. Aviston. Dr. Pace, of Breese, w's noticed on our streets M,mday. Henry Gllam:mu ceiebratedMs 37th birthday [ hursday. " Benedict J. Lager was in St. Louis Tuesday on business. Josel)h Nlemewr and brother Ben speut Sunday with friends here (]co. Schemel. candidate for county treasurer, was in town aturday. Judge Jones st,eat, Monday here in interest of ida chances for re-election. John Haas has recovered from a Win tel" tver and is now Ji) aiid around' agai e. Lake Branch scliool closed las week and the teacher Miss Mary Sehiermann returnot to her home in Carlyle. Henry Lengerman has giTen his newly bought house a fresh coat of paint and has built a fence around the premises. Seven car loads of flour, containing 1,775 bags or 248,500 pounds were shipped from Aviston mill to Ireland last Friday. ' A two year old child of Be Welling was buried here Tuesday. Tile second child the bereaved paonts have lost within two weeS. Herin, Koch, the 'pomising young salesm'a at Lager & 'Huelsffian, has left here flu; Germantown and assists his father in the furniture store. Miss Delia Marney and Miss L. Holtgravc, of St. Rose, were here Fri- day selling cliances on a beautiful work of art, t6r the 0neiit of St. Rose church. Park McDonaldTs 8ob while, on hls way to Aviston%;ith a'load o'f wheat last Friday, accidentally upset the waaon on the bridgo.oer Sugar Creek m[' left his wheat in tile water. Henry Lakenburgos amt Henry Schmuck, on their way heine ti'om Trenton With a 10a4 of tiles oii Tues- day, involuntarily upset the wagon, while crossing a culvert and both were thrown on a wire fence; fortu- nately neither one was hurt. Caught and Side-Tracked for the Inspeoo tion of "The Sun" Reader. Freight traffic is picking up considerable. --Ten trip tickets to E. St.Louis are now Ior sale at the depot. Fred Rasch shipped two car loads of fine hogs to St. Louis Monday night. The pay cal" stopped here Tuesday and brought a smile to the countenances of the railroad employes. --Homer Mcgee, who learned telegraphy wth Station Agent Me- Donald and worked here a nuln- her of years, now has the position of assistant in the Lebanon office. The rilroads of Switzerland have decided to "adopt standard time on June 1, and it is thought the French railroads will soon adopt standard time. Holland and Belgium have already dolle so. --Don't fail to ahvays read the Business Notices in TriE SuN, as they tell some interesting thins about bargains. TOWNSHIP rEETINO. The annual meeting of the egal voters of Sugar Creek township, irre@ective of party lines, was held at the Turner Hall last Sat. urday afternoon. Considerabl in- terest was manifested and the for lowing nominations made: For Supervisor--Joseph Hanke. For Clerk--Lonis Blattner For Assess6r Chas.Orton. For Collector--Win. Schaeffer. For Highw.Com.--J.D.Edwards. For School Trustee--J. Wilson. Every one of the above has had some experience in the office for which nominated,and every Demo- crat or Republican can safely cast his vote for them. It's Just as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as any thing else. It' easier enough to cure a severe cold or cough with it. Let your next pur- chase for a cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Bettar medielne; better result ; btter try it.--W. T. CaRR. L&nd Seekers and Harvst Excursions+ The Louisville, Evansville & St.. Louis Consolidated Railroad will sell I,and Seekers Exeuslon tick0ts to oints in Kentucky, Tnnessee, Ala- area, Mississippi aud Georgia on March 8th and April 9th,1891. a one first class limited tare for the round trip, tickets to be limite to twenty days from date el sale for return. Also Harvest Excursion tickets to oints in Arkansas, Texas. LOldsana, l,!Iississippi; and to E(Idy, N. M., on March 13th, April 10th and May 8th. 18')4, at the rate of one fare lor the fount1 trip, tickets to be limited to thirty days from date of sate for re- turn. Stop-overs will be allowed atl pleasure ou the going trip regar(liess I oft.he going limit, il Arkansas,Texas, [ Louisiana," Oklahoma, Indiau Terri- I tory and New Mexico; but no stop-I over privileges will be allowed on the l rturn trip. I F,,r further Information consult your Ticket Agent. R. A. CAPr,, Gen'l i sgr.A gent St. Louis, Me. II is m)t' generally known what a vast plant it requires to publish and circulate a metropolitan newspaper. The Chicago Inter Oeeau has in its Cir- culating Department alone nearly one hundred men and women, not to mention the carriers wile deliver the papers to all parts of the city befor breakfast every morning. It may be mentioned that no kind of weather, however saverb, is permitted t.o iu- terfi with this delivery in any 'ay. Of this large force, about one-half of them work throtR'h tlto day at ordi- nary office or clerical work utld the ot.her half begin late atnight and work until about daylight, preparing PRUNING OF TREE& The Different Results Gained From Slum- mer Pruning and Winter Pruning. Amateur gardeners know very little qf pruning, and instructions in this line are desirable, Thomas Meehan, in his Monthly, very truly says: The unfortu- nate part of all attempts at these prac- tical lessons is thatin pruning one mu.t have some object before he starts, and that this object will vary continually-- not only on various trees, but with a tree itself--and it is impossible, there- fore, to give practical lessons in detail without knowing wkat particular ob- ject one may have in iew. One may have fruit trees growing in a comparatively small space, and which he, therefore, desires to keep dwar With this object tn view, a very special system 9f pruning would be necessary, and the object would be to get growing. branches nearer to the ground and not up ih the air a long distance, where the ees won}4 make large spreading heads. In order to accomplish this one has to prune out during the summer most all, the strong and vigorous growths at the apex of the plant, so as to throw the course of the sap into the branches near the ground, for in a state of nature the tendency of the tree is to go up, and to go up as rapidly as it can, and the up- per branches are therefore th-,. strongest, and the lower branches are the weakest. To cut the strong ones out, therefore, strengthens the lower ones. It is on the same principle that we pruue hedges. These we wish to keep low, and for this reason the plants are pruned in the summer time, the strong, vigorous branches--the top of the hedges --being the ones cut out, and this throws the sad into the branches near the ground, thereby strengthening them and Inaking them of equal growth with those at the apex, and this work has to be done during the growing season. If the same kind of pruning were done in the winter time instead of the sum- mer, the result would be that the next spring innumerable strong shoots would push out where the upper ones are cut off, and growing so srong they would absolutely draw the nourishment from the lower branches. The pruning has to be done in this case while the sap is in vigorous circulation, so that the channel may at once be turned into these lower branches. One might take UP any num- ber of questions of trees in detail--apples, cherries, plums, grap or whatever it may be--and the lesson is just the same for all of them. If you want to keep trees ,dwarf, With abumlance of good growing branches near the ground, cut out all the strong shoots at the apex dur- ing the growing season. A Word For the Privets, The California privet is employed to fine advantage in Central park, New York It will grow anywhere--under the drip of trees, in the shade, close, to buildings, in clear or smoky atmospheres, in moist or dlTy soil. It retains itsfoliage from December to early February, as the frosts may be more or less severe. Its best looks axe shown as a small shrub, never as a smalt tree. The spring growth is so rapid tha it soon makes up for the injury which winter inflicts. It will stand any amount of cutting back. The roots are rarely killed by cold, even though the temperature fall to 25 degrees helow zero. The privets are thus classed hy Rural New Yorker: The so called California privet (Ligustxmn ovatifolium) is proh- ably the best, all things ennsidered. Then there is a variegated variety with yellow leaf margins which is q'.ite as hardy as the other species. The cmmon privet (L. vulgare) has smaller leaves. Variety bux- tfolium has smaller leaves still. Besides these there are as many a 20 different species, which, hwever, would be of little value except to make up a collec- tion. The pendulous prive (L. vulgare pendulum) is interesting, and when graft- ed on a stem ftr feet high makes a beau- tiful little weeper. Different Species of Oak, Theoaks are all admired for the beauty of their foliage and for their varied hab- its of growth. In modern gardening tile demand for the different species has of late years been very large. In Meetian's Monthly attention is very properly called to the beauty of the fruit, which is seldo wholly overlooke4 hy lovers of the oak tribe. The English oak, especiallQuero cus robur, or the royal oak, is never more beautiful than when covered with its t" -tURnkEY OAK--QUERCUS IliL lovely acorns in the fall of the year, and architecture and sculpture have been considerably indebted for models which these acorns have furnished. Another European oak, which has beautiful fruit, is not so well known in America as it ought to be--namely, the Turkey oak, Quercus cerrts. The cup is compl0tely covered with the appear- G. Brefifld bus just been appointed ance0f moss, and the proportion between post-mst,er to succeed H. W. A. and addressing the wrapperS+ count- cup and acorn is considered remarkably b'rivdrictL inff nd wrapping the papers, "rout- beautiful from an mistic point of view. ] ' . it g and rnalmg the buedles. Their W.,Johnsl:on candida',,ofor couuty workts of the nlos difficult nature We have mossy cup oaks of our o mtperlntOdent, made Ills appearauco and is doe in the nuickest noMble hich are also beautiful in their own l r ', r " " ee Yh urJa '. 3. " manner, a:d vet so well is it done particularstyte, but the particutar char- Conrad Blanke, a former merchant that it seldom +happens that a singlot acteristics of beauty in the Turkeyoa at St. tose, now in St. Louis, visited [ bundle or p.per o its immeuse edit{on / are unique. his sister Mrs Chas dunker Sunday. ] of nearly 100,000 reaches its destina- [ . --. Mr Meier and Son Henry left feel lion ou other than the right train and I Itnot only relieve; it, d6es more. Florrisant, Me., on Monday, where| atthe right ttmo; nnless delayed by[it cures. We refer to One Miuute young Henry ires obtained employ-laceideut. The system is wonderful [ Ca)ugh Cure. Ruitable for all ages, all mont. " I and Its operation almost perfect. [ conditions, at all limo&--W T. CAltlt, TRENT000+ CORRECTED EVERY TffURSDA JECT TO MARIET FLl Wheat, per bushel. .................... Corn, per bushel ................... Oats, per bushel ...................... Hay, timothy, per ton (delivero,I). Ilog, per et ..................... $5 Elour, per ewt ........................ Chickens. per pound, live ....... Ducks, per pound..; ................ Turkeys. dressed .................. Eggs, per dozen ........... Potatoes, per bLshel ............ Butter. best grade, per pound,., Lard, per poun4 ................... Ualns per poulld ................. Bacon ............................ Erly Risers, Early Risers, the famous little constipation, sick headache and nervousness.--W. For Sale, A high grade bicycle Will be sold for about one original cost. Inquire at California Exqurston. The well-known Phillips E Company has arranged to weekly axcursions to all Ca lifirnia and other Paeifi0 cities, from all points onth more & Ohio SohthWestern via St.Louls,Kansas City The parties will be carried man Tourist cars leaving 2 A. M., Cincinnati 8.25A. . day, Jauuary 25th, February 2d, March 8th and 22d, and gers will be booked through nation. There are no tours offering so tread at less expense. For Iull information Phillips & Co., S. E. Corner and Vine Sroels; Cincinnati call ou nearest ticket a & O. S. V, K'y. The Uncle Tom's Stacker: run by a ten Jumbo engine will be Ben Louden's wheatfield straw, on Saturday Farmers and throshermen ly invited. City "TOTICE is hereby given that o '  lhe 17th day of April A.D. 91, t O Beehtold's oltce, ifi the 1st  ardL Kurtz' carriage shop, in the 2d wa City Hall in te 3rd ward, in he CitV ton. County of Clinton, ta!e of l| eleetiou wiil be held for the follo olliees torwit: Onn City Marshal O,,e Superintendent of streets. One Alderman ia the lt Ward. One Alderman in the 2nd Ward for One Alderman in the One Able,man in th e 3rd Ward. Which election will be ope ihe morning, and will o'clock in, the aftelnoon of the same ( Give) under my hand at the this 22rid day of Mamh. 189t. T $ 35. TRENTON MEAT SAUSAOE. Fresh meats of all kinds Fre,h Fish every WM, HAS OPENED CiEar Factory IN TIIE Call For and Smoke His " IY If You Want to Z,000I8 Intending purchasers call and get figures for and unimproved city lots. t * B, A numberofflne farms cated in Pecos Full information will this glorioll (,asts, stUatcd what Was formerly ku0wn as the can Desert, wih its beautiful, i ctimale, where crops aud choices manufactured to order (if I may sO means of irrigation. Insuranc8 of New IllgHARD L Ic6UKDY; Pres. ASSETS Hear[y 400 Million Paid to Policy Ilolders This Company bus been Natior, al Farmer' Alliance For information and "nsuran nearest Local Ager; 3r CHAS, H, FER6U 00ht00go, = : Oood AS,