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MISSOURI, SEPTEMBEH 22, 1894.
Front New York Settlement.
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Our flen Fall Winter
Which has been Selected With Special Reference to Trade
of this Locality, will probably surprise all who see it, by
the extensive varietyit affords in every line of goods
We carry. If in OloaliS, the pick of the
Market in Fresh tni r and 7UriJQ."toxB
Styles, and no less astonishing will be the
i Astonishing ? Low
Put on them. Astonishing 1 Why? Because
in the history of buying and selling we know of
nothing to compare, in genuine cheapness, to this
H Elegant Stools of Goods !
We, therefore, propose to inaugurate
H RAREST BARGAIN SEASON
r We Have Ever Presided Over.
H You Must, See these Goods !
5 Whether you buy or not, and it will give U3 great pleasure to have
2 everybody price and examine Our Bargains, So that they may
r be convinced of our ability to make prices on Best Quality
8 goods the like of which is unprecedented.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, 1
Hats, Carpets, Rugs,
ZWT?nm.& Shoes a Specialty!
Cor. Independence and Spanish
They Appreciate Scott County
Trade and Announce their
Bargains in the Newsboy.
During the next two weeks many
of our people will visit Cape Girar
deau to attend the great Fair, and
also Ringling Bros'. Shows. Many
will "kill two birds with one stone'
and do their trading while in the
city. Arriving in Cap?, on the corner
of Spanish and Independence Streets,
you will find the great
BEE STORE CO.,
Ko well known to our people. Here
will be found an endless array of the
choicest selections of dry gewds.
clothing, dress goods, wraps, carpets,
.shoes, in fact, anything you want.
'"The Bee " is one of the oldest es
tablished houses in the Cape, and
rur people are well acquainted with
its reputation for honest goods at
Going on down Independence street
to the corner we come to the
Famous Dry Goods and Clothing House
of Bohnsuek & Stratman. This firm
is enterprising and up to date in
every particular. Their experience
in buying affords them great advan
tages, and they are always prepared
to give you full value for your money
They carry a complete line of dry
goods, dress goods, ladies' wraps,
shoes, carpets, rugs, etc., and make
a specialty of clothing. You cannot
afford to pass them by.
By going north to 31 Main street,
you will find the wholesale and re
tail dry goods and clothing empor
DAVID A. GLENN.
Mr. Glenn is no stranger to the peo
ple of Scott county and they are
familiar with the cordiality which
always awaits them when they enter
his place of business. On the first
floor will be found an endless variety
of dry goods, clothing, shoes, etc.,
while the second floor is loaded with
the latest designs in carpets, rugs,
On the Levee we find the wholesale
establishment of the
S. ALBERT GROCER CO.
This is the only wholesale grocery
house in Southeast Missouri, and
their stock is always fresh and com
plete. We have no hesitancy in re
commending them to our local mer
Scott's Lkiiit.mxg Restaurant
On Independence street, is the place
to get satisfaction. Mr, Scott is one
of the best cooks in the Southeast,
and, on short notice, be will prepare
lor you anything the market anords.
In the Masonic building, on Broadway
is headquarters for ice cream, soda
water, confectionery, cigars, Oysters,
and luucb ol every Kind.
Other announcements will appear
next ween. .
You can't afford to miss the
church festival at Oran next Wednes
day. It is likely to be the last pie
nicof the season. The Commerce
brass band will be there and a jolly
time is assured to all visitors. Good
meals are to be a special feature,
the ladies of the church having that
department in charge.
Why send your printing to the
city when you can get just as good
work and get it done just as cheap
at home If The Newsboy guarantees
satisfaction in every particular.
Mrs. Woolsey has returned from
Chester, III and reoccupics her house
in Benton. Geo. Hart has moved
thence into the Norrid house. ,
v C. P. Bounefon is erecting : t
frame saloon building on the old post
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Gape Girardeau, Mo.
The revival meeting closed here
last Sunday night. Rev. D. J. Leake
preached his farewell sermon to a
very large and attentive audience,
and according to popular verdict sur
passed all his previous efforts. He
leaves for Conference next Tuesday.
The Diehlstadt boys and the Btod
gett ball club again locked horns here
last Saturday and the Ananias club
mourns the loss of another game by
the score of 11 to 1) in favor of Diehl
stadt, against whom the boys will go
up against on the Diehlstadt grounds
Saturday. "Never say die till you're
dead" the boys say.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Pigg are ac
cepting congratulations relative to
the arrival of a gentleman who will
vote in 21 years from last Tuesday.
The populist meeting here last
Saturday was productive of no defin
ite results except to adjourn to meet
at Morley, Tuesday, Sept. loth.
Among the prominent men of that
party we saw M. S. Love, A. E.
Larey, of Morley, J. B. Finley, of
Oran. and several other lights of the
Mrs. R. A. Sparks is visiting rela
tives in Morley this week.
C. W. Hawkins returned last week
from his sojourn in the wilds of sev
eral localities including Arkansas,
Indian Ter.,et al, and reports a huge
all round good time.
Several of our sporty gang inclu
ding G. N. Davis, J. A. Hawkins,
W. ti. Congleton, bug Clark, Jno.
Austin and various gunners of more
or less note took a trip to Little
River last week and thinned out the
squirrels, etc., and came away.
H. C. Wat kins, the handsome book
keeper for Matthews, Stubblefield &
Co., of Oran, and Tollie Gillespie, of
l li.ll. SA- .
me same nine city, were in town
last Sunday visiting relatives and
The Ananias Club met in due form
and after the last strains of "Sarah
Jones' baby" as sung by the famous
flee club had died away, the M. W.
i. rapped for order. In opening the
meeting ne saiu ne wouia in passing
speak of saving. Russell Sage has
been quoted as saying that the found
ation of a fortune may be made by
saviug. Well, my bottle nosed
brethren, it depends a whole lot on
what you save. If you try to save
your no count bodies from work or any
kind of effort it won't put you on the
highway to opulance. saving life on
the sea coast may be exhilerating
but if ever a man got rich he has van
ished from our ken. Silent men save
their breath but noisy men get as
much dough in the run-in. Saving
money is a good thing but while do
ing that remember it is just as im
portant to save your health and mor
als lor we have very good authority
for believing that it is very hard for
a rich man to eventually be saved on
that ground alone, in conclusion,
my dearly whang-doodled brethren, I
would say that the duck has a flat
bill, no teeth, short legs, web feet, is
as large as a rock and has feathers.
STWho, in Scott county, is not
acquainted with Wm. Hurtress, the
Cape Girardeau Merchant? When
you attend the t air be wants you to
call and examine his immense stock
of dry goods and clothing; You will
find him on Main 6trect.
9No Editorial office should be
without a supply of "OLD LYNCH
RYE" because in moments of de
pression or lassitude it works like
charm in restoring the normal con-
, ffl"Bu? your Jewelrjr and have
your watch repaired by AL. CHEN
(JE,. the Jeweler,- next to Postoflloc,
vape iiirnrueau, Mo.
Too Much Business.
While it is our custom to give our
readers more than double the amount
of reading matter contained in any
of the other papers in the county, our
advertisers have taken up the greater
part of our space, and we must ask
our readers to overlook the shortage
of news. However, this will only
continue for a short time, and then
the Nkwsboy will acain be brim full
of interesting reading as usual,
can't help people patronizing
Business men know where to
their announcements in order to
them before the people in an attrac
tive manner, and besides, some of
our neighbors have instituted a boy
cott, you know.
Will Sugar Cano Pay?
Ed. Miller, of Oran. was in to see
us Tuesday. He says buildings are
constantly going up and that Oran
promises to be the coming town of
Scott county. In speaking of coming
crops Mr. Miller says he will cry his
luck in raising sugar cane. He says
he has tried cane in small quantities
and that the yield was from three to
four hundred gallons per acre. He
finds ready sale for it at from twenty
five to thirty cents per gallon, which
nets a handsome return of from seventy-five
to one hundred dollars per
acre. He says it requires no more
labor to cultivate than ordinary corn.
What do the rest of our farmers
think about it?
For Sale: 200 bushels of Rye.
Apply to C. C. Halstead, Blodgett,
The Latest and Best Selected Stock of
H H Dry Goods!
CLOTHING, SHOES, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, HATS
AND FURNISHING GOODS I
Bought at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Hate 0w Bit tenttant li Bria rll ef
fltylii of Un Bon" sal
RhftA". F-'f ut ul brZ ( Vm'i, i
OUU0S. U&r.KinWMdttlldm'tBiMI :
Utnt BtrlM, tilt geoli t Lewwt Mett.
Nfif.tWMP 1 Kciit List of i
Qtr. fell ul gt jricM.
Tibia DaiisL jS"
SipHai ud S8n.7X ul CHIffiLU Gortrt. ;
IlrKV fififldt TO klT tht ttt list of ;
ti ip il fott-Iitt XiiKctt j
HEADQUARTERS for Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
Latest Styles, Etest Fitting and Lowest Prices.
KNEE PANTS, FOR BOYS Of ALL AGES.
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Stook is Complete!
C3-Xi 3ES ZKT 13
No, 31, Main Street, Gape Sirardiaii, Mo.
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The primary election is over, Con1
gross has adjourned, the government
machinery is at rest antt I hope Re!
publicans as well as Democrats are
satisfied with the new tariff bill for
the present, at least. Business
will speedily adjust itself to the new i
conditions, factories will resume op'
era t ions, the unemployed will find
employment, and I think we have
good cause to look to the future with
As to the farmer, his wheat Is be
low the Cost of production, but we
must charge, that to some extent to
overproduction! Silver is likely to
be the next national issue, arid it
would be useless to nominate a man
for President in 1896 that was op
posed to silver. In my view, silver
is a real money metal, and it should
be f omonetized at a ratio of 16tol.
We need more money; we needchcap
er money; total demonetization of
silver would mean increased purchas
ing power for gold. If the purchasing
power of gold should be increased 23
per cent by the demonetization of
silver, it would decrease all agricul
tural products 15 per cent. Conse
quently Wheat here now would be
worth about 30 Cents a bushel and
all other products would be subject
to the same fall in value, except
manufactured products which are
more or less monopolized and control
led by trusts. The' would maintain
their prices, regardless of the demon
etization of silver. But that is not
all it would do. It would increase
the rate of interest oil the poor manj
The poor and ordinary farmer woula
soon be reduced to poverty by such
reduced prices and but few men would
venture to buy land on credit for the
purpose of establishing a home and
improving the same, for fear of los
ing it in the end. The final result
would be that the land owners with
their money would constitute one
class while the tennants with their
poverty would make up the other. It
is horrible to think of, and yet we
have thousands of men in this coun
try who desire just such a state of
things to exist.
On the other hand, if silver held
its proper ratio, it would decrease
the purchasing powerof both metals.
In short, it would decrease the pur
chasing power of all our money, and
the result would be prices wouid rule
higher all around, the people would
have more money, there would he
more permanent homes established,
there would be more happy families,
fewer mortgaged homes, fewer ten
ants. We would have a better class
of citizens, for it is a well known fact
that a man owning an unencumbered
farm will improve it, whereas the
renter has not the stimulant of own
ership to make him do so. It would
cause many a young man to buy and
establish for himself a pleasant and
permanent home. Economy.
Dr. L. P. Ruff, the dentist
will be in Oran. Tuesdav,
September 23th; Benton. Wednesday
26th: Commerce, from 27th until Sat
I will sell, at public auction
cash in hand, at New Hamburi
Fii'il'ii, Siptemlrr 2S, 1S!)4,
the following property belonging to
A. W, Dlruberger, ct " : A stock of
general merchandise, consisting of
dry goods, clothing, groceries, boots,
shoes, tinware, etc.
John R. Welch,
Benton, Sep. 18. '14 Constable.
Phil Gangle's family is sorely
afflicted, there being four cases of
typhoid fever in the house.
! f InaVc IcuUfal Use. tU SliiM ted
i UUoib. Latest styles Cloaks
i and Wraps. Sea them.
i Passementerie msse5eote3? t'
! ill widtti ud ikidu to mitch ti coodi
' Parnate ft BsrsstLS ud n-
aiAUt U3TET0. Itutihl Fit-
Call and see them.
i Pnrfaino lin ud negiit AttaXatM
i VBTiainSi Portiere Lace ,
Curtains and Ruga Jut opnid
1 All ttto. eouliti:
j Satin and Velvet Ribbons.
" I Mattings.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR FALL f
Nowhere else are they so Good-Comparison always proves
THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS IS
You can't do better than to take a
Get our prices, and take away
We want you to buy where you can do
the best, and if we can't do better than
any other firm we are willing to see you
go away. Come and sample our goods
and we'll make you happy with Bar
gains that are at the top notch.
Mr. Cook, of Sikcston. will opon up
a bakery in the old postoflico build
ing. Mr. Pitman, of Charleston, will
open up a restaurant and billiard
hall in Judge Friend's store room.
B. M. Smith and family, talented
singers, will be at the Baptist ehiuvh
next Monday night, September 24th.
and favor our citizens with a few
selections. Everybody invited to be
Died at 11 a. m. Tuesday, of croup
Arthur, son of Chas. Stephens.
Lou Rodney, of Sikcston, was here
on business Monday.
Sheriff Tanner was here Tuesday
Wni. Stubblefield and family re
turned from White Springs Monday
Rev. Reeves is at B.miplian and a '
minister from Sikeston will till his i
appointment here Saturdav and Sun- j
Rev. Boutwell. of Sikeston. visited !
relatives here last week and preached
at the M. E. church last Sunday
night. His wife and baby accom
panied him on his visit here.
J. H. Hobbs is still wrestling with
Mr. Githens, of Iilitiois. n stramer
in these parts, died at Glenn's camp
last week in destitute circumstances.
His comrades at the camp paid his
A. J. Horn, of this place has a
neat barber s mug cane made by
Judge Hess. The Judge is a mechan
ic of the first water and Mn Horn is
110 slouch with a razor.
Breckinridge had a few sympathb
zers in Oran but the verdict of most
of our people is. "served him right."
Ben Lyons has the coutract of
buildina a residence for Wm. Howe'.l
on his farm four miles north of here.-
Mrs. Dr. Tomlinson. of Morley.
was here shopping and visitin? rela
tives Tuesday. U.vo:
A sharp advertise!1, who offered for
a small sum to supply women with
cheap substitutes for' hat pins, has
been arrested in in Boston for misus
ing the mails, lie sent two rubber
bauds to each inquirer with the ad
vice, "Sew one tud to the hut and
fasten the other end behind one of
The clock which was actually made
bv the royal hands of Louis XVI
came into the possession of a member
of the Rothschild family two or three
years ago; It is probably the most
valuable clock in existence; its pres:
ent owner giving no less than 4:33000
for thw remarkable timepiece.
The railroad bridge across the firth
of Forth, Scotland, is being repaint
ed. This is no light undertaking, bo
rast is its structure that it takes
fifty tons of paint to give it one
"coat, and the area dealt with is
something like 120 acres;
Recent experiments indicate that
the normal eye can discriminate fif
teen separate tints in the spectrum,
but that the beautifully delicate
green tint of a brand new $10 bill can
be seen farthest and with the great
An ambitious engineer in Pitts
burg wants to lay a pipe line from
that city to the nearest point on the
Atlantic coast for the purpose of sup:
plying the people of Western Penn
sylvania with sea water for bathing
it has been computed that the
death rate of the globe is 88 per min:
ute; 97,7'JO per day, or 35;717,7y0 per
year; The wirth rate Is 70 per min;
ute, 103,800 per day, or 26,817,200 per
1 year, ret&oning the year to be 3K5i
days in length.
You may Search and Hunt ; You may
Investigate and Examine ; Yet, when
all is done you'll find yourself the loser
if you havent made your purchases of
Us. Simply because values can't be
better than we give.
Goods and Clothing House,
STRATMAN. Prop's. Cape Girardeau,
UNIMPEACHABLE AND OUR
FitOM SEW HAMIJUHG.
An atmnsphcrie drop in the wea-
thcr. Cold and cliilh. Cniisidi ruble
sicknes.i in the neiyhiK.rhor.il. i by the county court, allowing Mr;
Mrs. L. Willman U reported im-' I-''ftv.-:eh a sah'-ry as his own deputjr
proving jlan the XKsivy the only paper
The New Hamburg Creamerv Co. ! in. 'v that has evert mtvtion;
will be in full blast bv the -2nd inst. f.. 1 a vXl order was made) we
The st.K-khoklers helda ineetinyMon- " ' 1 k' thf , !" w T i8
dav and orianlzed permanently. Con!ent JV,' w i at ,th?
njeun. Mike Diriibi rger, Jr.. and TZf fT? TO bu?
Lawrence Buchor were elected direct-: ,h" )t,.'un L" " l hud tb "J:1"??
ors. On Satnrt iiv tlie inn.- . m..rv '
will be tested and butter made
Conic uli. and have the honor to buy
the first creamery butter made in
Seott county. Only Gilt Edge But
ter, is the motto.
Mr. Gedlenian. of Rod Bud. Til., a
practical crea;ru vy l.uiter maker, is
iiere. ar.d r::n-.le application to run
A strong mint our farmer? s:ou!
consider, v'u: to bring all their sweet
milk to the New Hamlnirgcivamery.
Jos. Cieisner was at the Capo Wed
nesday and Nick Schlosscr was at
Kelso, visited Father Scherer
Hamburg now needs as follows ;
A good ireiiernl store:
A Bank wherein to deposit cash.
A mill togriud our wheat and corn.
A railroad to facilitate the ship
ment of a)! products especially but
ter, eggs, flour, etc. ' X;
rieasau' dreams ah do sunshine ob
Hit is a giod deal easier toe bo
kind dan uly.
Dar ah few corkscrews wMout a
Kertosy an' kindness ah like money
Pe nrnii on d
fence lias L
ways toe jump.
Nebbah git seared until
gits down vo
Do easies' t'ir.g for a fool toe do is
too tell hoT little he knows.
W'cu P'.i old man fee's "ood liit is
no s'urn dat he shou!' act foolis'.
God made woman, but be didn't
make her a fas'iionable woman.
Mebbe do recordiu' angel blots out
campane lies an' xin-bo.- be don't.
Self conceit is do do'r throug' w'ich
Satan alius tin s and entrance.
De worst enemy ob do wurktn'men
is de wurliin'man who won't wurk.
De man dat 11 lie fur a iviishun
oughtn't toe hab a country to tile fo'.
Dar is plenty ob money in de coun
try ef we only know how' too git holt
About de hottes' furnace intoe
w'ich a child cau be cast, is worldly
Hit an not well toe put yo'r trust
in a man who swears oil' drinking an'
still carries a corkscrew.
Ef sum Christians prayed as dey
voted, dheir prayers ould take up a
great deal ob do dc-bil's time.
Sum people neber git f urder out ob
dheir own little circle dan do wooden
horses ih do merry -go-roun'.
De purson who urgues wid a liar
has 'bout as much sens as do man
who drives intoe do inud toe paint de
Unsuccessful pussons mos alius
excuse demselves by sayin' 8ey ah
bettah adapted to sum vlddah Dizzi
ness dan dheir own; Ark. Thomas
QS-The price of the "OLD LY tfCH
tiYJjT'wili not be affected by the
new Tariff bill for the reason that
this fiue whiskey is uniformly ten--1
year-oio wnea oottictt,
WINTER STOCK !
PRICES ARE UNSURPASSABLE.
view of our stock
You'll do it
If You 're
We Will Take a Kest.
Having given our readers ail thd
facts concerning a recent order made
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with "an eye to business. W e give
it up so far as the grand jury is
concerned. The court has got a horse
on us. While they arc all good men,
yet they are inclined to lean a littlo
toward allowing a man to be his own
: deputy. 1 here may be one or two
i ex-eptions. While' fully one-fourth
j the jiopuhuioti of Seott county aro
Germans, it seems stranire that the
! O.-tober craiid iurv will not contain
a German member. Usually there,
ore from two to four Germans select
ed as members of fnat biKly. It may
have just happened so. but wo hardl'y
think it would appear that wy
man up a tree.
-3-Wm. Burgess at the Cape, can
supply your every want in the waj
of dry goods, shoes, clothing, dross
g:vids. wraps, etc. He is probably
the oldest established merchant iit
Southeast Missouri, having soldgoodn
in Benton before the war, and he
knows how to please you.
Wo. idy. the shadow-catcher, at
Cape Girardeau, docs excellent work;
Give him a trial. You Will find him
l.x-ated between the St. Charles
Hotel and the courthouse. Enlarg
ing a spedaby.
Mrs. T. P. Stone was called to
the bedside of her mother in Colum
bus K v.. Friday of last week. Claudd
MeCrovklin followed on Sunday) re'
KiTWant to buv a w.-tch? Call on
AL. CHEXUE, the Jeweler, next to
Postoiiice, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Attorney Rutledge.of New Mad-
rui county, was in Henton last week.
Ho litis formed a law partnership id
Poplar Blu!T, and will move thither
There w;is . ;Vp.sO of
the moon Friday nigtii v 'n week
very distinctly visible h .' . About
one-eighth of the lunar surface was
Rev. and Mrs. J. L. lluos-ell, of
Thayer. Mo., are the guests of Mrsj
Russell's parents, Mr. and Mrs; Ji
C$"Tha very lest uict dies' for the
least money is the motto of Woody a
i noiograpn Jstuuio, uapa uirardeaui
Circuit court three weeks froni
next Monday. It comes early in the
month this year;
The biys had a chicken stew at
Pete Bollinger's Saturday night of
Will Allen left for St. Louie Jiist
Saturday to resume bis medical
Ringling Bros' circds h billed
for Cap3 Girardeau oil the 8th ptbk;
Little Mertdith Lcedy is eOnval
erWatit fu 8-day Clock for3.50f
Guaranteed by AL, CMENUEj the
Jeweler, net to Postofficej CapW
Girardeau, Mo. '
H. H. Smith and wife visited St , ,
Louis the first of the reek.
Ul Congressman Arnold wae hotoiti
a few days last week, . : ? . , :
Dr. Frazer was id lletttofc We4
Oh, that boycott I foo k- " - '-