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Jf llio taxpayers of Missouri
Want to road soma real fictioo
rsoriipth'mj; Unit will inako their
liair rtand on end they fhould
got a copy of the last state plat
form of the Missouri democracy
and compare the declarations and
promises with actual results.
First read the platform, and then
compare it with Sam Cook's
testimony in tho Card well case.
Tlio Jtpublican party "has
constituted tho leaders of trust as
tho leaders of its party in the
nation, and accepted from them
contributions of millions of dol
lars to its sitfantio corruption
fund, says the democratic plat
form of Missouri. "Wo got
fi,0m fiom II. S. Priest, 'attor
ney' for tho St. Louis Transit
company; .f:.lOC from W. II.
l'helprt, 'attorney' for the Missouri
I'aeitie; ?1,mk) f,oni John II.
Carroll, 'attorney' for the l'.ur
liiiton; Ti'W from the brewers,
and several thousand from other
sources," is tin; substance of what
the lato chairman of tho demo
emtio state committee cays under
oath in the Card well case. And
U ill I'helK iiiid John Carroll
were sent as deloates to the
uational convention to select aj
democratic nominee for president, j
"We, hereby, omphalic ally
voice our opposition to the con
tinuance if trust denomination in
the business affairs of tho nation,''
.say the Missouri platform. "I
stayed in JeuVrsoii City several
days urin' the passage of what
was called the horse breeders'
bill." says ho ex-chairman, un
der oath. Hut it seems that Mr.
Cook's work did not. stop at
merely "urtrmif" the passage of
this infamous t 1 11. A few ilavs
ago Ex ( iov inor Stephens was
interviewed by a St. Louis paper
an 1 he s:ud:
"After the bill was passed and
placed upon my desk, Chairman
Cook called to urge its approval.
At the time I was not very favor
iiiilu to it, and gave him no en
couragement. This scorned to
worry. him no little, and he called!
on two or three occasions there
after, urging favorable action on
my part. Later he accompanied
mo when enrouto from the office
to the mansion, and told me that
I could do nothing that would
place him under greater obliga
tions to intj than by signing this
bill; that it meant much to him in
a tinancial way, and that a tee. I
placel it at sf'i.OOO,
due linn when my
was attached Pa the
"Did you sign tho bill?
ex-governor was asked.
'Yes, 1 signed it finally, and
that is the law to day, regulation
or legalizing pool-selling at the
race tracks here."
"Did Mr. Cook get tho '.000r
"Well. I cannot answer that,
but according tc what I have
told you, my signing tho bill re
moved tho only obstacle to his
Of course Mr. Cook denounces'
the statements of theex-governor
as "absolutely false," but it does
not seem reasonable that Mr.
Stephens would give out such a
statemeut utiles it was true, for
it is ijuite as damaging to Mr.
Stephens as to Mr. Cook. If he
was "not very favorable to it"
when Mr. Cook tirst approached
him, then he should tell the peo
ple why and how ho happened to
bo "favorable." From this inter
view one would judge that he
signed tho bill ho that Sam Cook
might collect his "attorney" fee
Ah, jt's a pretty mess up at
Jefferson City, and it is just be
ginning to get stirod properly to
out stink limburger cheese.
Scott Couuty Kicker.
C'utarrli Cannot lie Cured
With local applications, as they
cannot reach tho seat of tho di
Beano. Catarrh is a blood or
constitutional disease, and in or
dor to cure it you must take
internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Curo is taken internally and acts
directly on tho blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of tho best
physicians in this country for
years, and is a regular prescrip
tion. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces.
The perfect combination of the
two ingredients is what produces
.such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Bend for testimonials
free. F. J. Ciienny & Co.,
Bold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
W. If. Mll.t.KK, President.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
(Juanlwl by Monler Screw Door,
Hurglar-Proof Safe awl Yal Time
Lock. We carry Hurglary Insurance.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS,
OfTeri ng Every Acco m m o l a t i o it
Con si stent with Sound Hanking.
W. If. Mlf.l.KK.
W. C. Ckackakt,
('. W. II KXOKKSOV,
Kl. Ilow.vno, Cashier.
The Jackson Herald
equal to any paper
in the county.
SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR
SliciiH's Salo l Ueal
In the Circuit Court of Cape ( tiiiir
dean Ciiunt.v. Mi-siuiri.
A n j'ust Ti-nn, I'.miI,
I'rid.iv. Aic'ii-t it heiiu: the fifth
tlnv of tin- Pi'iihu- Aiiuusl. Term.!
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null. III III' h.llll I tHI k ii' iit 1,,.
.l.'iek:."'i. Cape (iinudoail County,
(Jreen J. Cruder and John
.1. Crader. InfntitN. hy
tlii'ir Uiiiirilliiii, A. J. I.
Mart ha I,. 1 1 1'lil) ruinii niel
William li . I li-lilt't iiiiiii.
It v virtue ami authority of mi or
der of sale U-neil from theoltli
tho Clerk of Hie Cir.'tiit Court
.laeksnii, ( ape i irardeail Coimtv. j
State aforesaid, and to me directed, ;
TIM'I'SllVY llTHY ' l'Hr'
lietweeli the hours of ! o'clock ill the
forenoon and o'clock in the sifter
niiiiii iif that day, at t he south front
door of the court-lioiisc in the city of
Jack-on. said county of Cape Girar
deau and statu of Missouri, sell at
nubile auction to the hiihet bidder
for cash in hand the following de
scribed real estate lyintraud bcin in
the county of Cape Girardeau anil
State of Missouri, to-wtt:
ilii-liin acres, more or less, part of
Survey No. son, Township :1, Itanife
11, liciriiinil);; on the south line of the
Gravel road In said Survey Sus from
which a mulberry In inches in diame
ter hears north 20 (ien
links: thence south la deurees east
.Wi chains a corner; thence south
77-1! degrees west l.an chains, a
vomer on the east line of the
Cllppard and lliuklo mill tract,
from which an elm :I0 Inches
in diameter hears south 84 deifi'cca
west N"i links; thence north )..'0
chains to the northeast corner of said
mill tract on the south line of said
liiavt I road: thenco north I"3, de
grees east with said gnivcl road to
the place of lirgiiining and heim; the
same tract acquired by Jacob
Cruder from S'truli C Davis hy deed
of record in Hook 2.", lit page Hl.'t, of
tin- laud records of Cape Girardeau
Sheriff of Cape Girardeau ; County, Mo.
Notice is hereby given that letter
of aduiiuist ration upon the estate of
Sarah K. llalley deceased, have been
granted tho undersigned by the Pro
bate court of Cape Girardeau county,
Missouri, hearing date the 17th day.
of Amnmt, l'Jol.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to me for allowance within one
year from t lie date of said letters or
they may bit precluded from nay
benefits of such estate; and if said
claims be not exhibited within two
years from the date of publication of
this notice they will lie forever
barred. Ji i.n sK. I'mukck,
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TAKING
When you take (Irovo's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula
is plainly printed on every bottle
showing that it is simply iron and
quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. 50c.
We prtiinptljr ttliuin 11. H. oiul Voivtirn
tteuti luudul, Nkt-lcU ur pliotu ui luveutlon for F
ireerepon uii ivtl.'nlnMlIt
f ireerepon uii ivtl.'nlnMlltT. For trv Doe, i
liowtosecuivTninr UIDVO ru'
Jon. KoBiit.KK, Vice President.
- - $65,000.
J. L. IIinklk,
Ai.vix lioss, Asst. Cashier.
Order of Publication.
In the Circuit Court of Cape Girar
deau Count v, State of Missouri, in
vacation, Thursday, Novemlier 11,
Nnr.i Tavlnr, l
Andrew Jackson Taylor, Divorce,
Now, at this, day comes plaintiff,
by her attorney, kdwnrd 1). Hays,
anil flies her petition mid affidavit,
it 1 l.'i nu. anions olherlliinux, that the
defeiKlmit, Andrew Jackson Taylor,
is a non-ro.Mdeiit of the State of
Wiiet'eupoli it is ordered liy the
cderkof 'his court, in vacation", t lint
the said defendant he notified hv
ptihlicatioii that plaintiff has coin-
iiimrril a suit in tins court against
him, the olijeet and nature of which
is toohtain a decree of divorce from
the houds of matrimony contracted
in iwit ii ine j'laiiiiin aim iiritiiuani
on the grounds of nhandomnenl, and
that unless the said defendant, An
drew Jackson Taylor, be and appear
at this court, at the next term thereof,
to be begun and holden at the court
house, in the City of Jackson, in said
county, on the tith day of January,
next, and on or before tho third day
of said term, If the term shall so long
conllnui and if not, then on or be
fore the last day of said term answer
or plead to the pet it Ion in Bald cause,
the same will be taken as confessed,
and judgment rendered accordingly.
And it is further ordered, that, a
copy hereof be published according
to law. in the Jackson- Hvittiit
ti,iwftlti!i iter mltilislieil in tin. fomtti .,1
t ape Kirartleau, Missouri, for four
weeks successively, the hist insertion
to be at least fifteen days before the
commencement of tho 'next term of
Attest: Kdward 1). Hays, attorney
A true copy from tho record.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this Hth day of November,
A. I)., liKil. Cuius. F. Kkttkn,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court.
Ity virtue and authority of a snecbil
execution issued from tho olllce of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cape
Girardeau County, Missouri, return
able to the January term, 11)02, of said
Court, and to inc directed in favor of
Thomas Poo and Ida liaris against
Mary Cooper and Charles Cooper,
owners of the land in this suit de
scribed. 1, the undersigned sheriff of Cupe
Girardeau county, Missouri, have
levied upon and seized all tho right,
title, interest and claim of the said
defendants, tho following described
real estate, lying, being and situated
la tho County of Cape Girardeau und
state of Missouri, to-wit;
Tho southwest quarter of the
northeast quarter of section 14, town
ship 2U, range 11, containing forty
(In) acres. All lying and being Id
Cape Girardeau county, Missouri.
1 will on
THl'USDAY, JANUARY 9. 1U02,
Is'tween the hours of 1) o'clock In tho
forenoon and 5 o'clock in the after
noon of that day, at the south front
door of tho court-houso in the City
of Jackson, County of Cape Girardeau
afore.aid, sell the same or so much
thereof as may be required, at nubile
vendue, to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, to satisfy said execu
tion and costs.
Sheriff of Cape Girardeau county, Mo.
The manufactures ofBannerSalvo
having always believed that no
doctor or niedicino can cure in ev
ery case, but never having heard
where banner salye failed to cure
ukors.sores, tetter, eczema or nilos
as a matter of curosity would like
to know if there are such cases. If
there aro such cases, it so they
will gladly refund the money.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
For particulars apply to L. M.
Bean, Jackson, Mo, Mr. IJean in
in mutual correspondence with
the Buchanan & lieddick real es
tate and abstrac t company, of
No 1. 290 cere, at Whitewater.
175 clenred ; two houses ft high land,
No 2. lStt.to) a cres, 3 mllos of Allon
vllle; 75 acres cleared, fair house, 35
acres bottom land.
iNo 8. lot) acres. C miles went of
Oordonville; W) acres cleared, neatly
an ijoiuim innu.
No 4. 377 acres, 2J tulle from
Whltewattr; 140 acres clenred, ft bot
No 5. 204 acres, one rullo north
west of Gordonvllle; 150 acresclcared,
hnhinco good timber ; 0 room house;
large new burn; ft springs;' extra
No H. 840 acres, nt Dutch town;
200 aorcH cleared; 12 springs, good
house and bams, water In every field.
No 7. 4h acres, ft mile northwest
of Oiusitirllle, all under fence.
No H. im.41 acres, ft mllo Houth
west of Handle Station; all timber
No I). 40 acres, 1 mile north of
Handles Station, all timber land.
No lo. fio acres, 1 mile east of
Arbor, :t0 acres cleared.
No 11. 2-S7 acres, 1 mile west of
Jlouck, 1(X ncroH cleared.
No 11a. 24.1 acres, ift miles west
of Ilnuck; 150 acres cleared, house
No 12. 101 acres, mile' south of
H one k; good honso and barn, every
No i:i. 5S0 neres. 1 mile west of
Cousinville, 200 acres, clenred 7
No 14. :hm) neres, 1 mile southwest
or Delta, all timber land.
No 15. 70.75 acres, 2 miles north
wet of Jackson, (Hi acres cleared, 3
springs, house and burn.
No III. 200 acres, 2 miles south of
Gravel Mill, all timlier land.
No 17. l'.'S acres y miles south of
Jackson. 140 acres cleared, good
buildings and springs.
No 17a. 303 acres, 5 miles north
of Cape Girardeau. 200 neres cleared,
4 springs and good buildings.
No 18.' 217.70 acres. 4 mile north
west of iMil!ervillc,8-room house and
two good barns.
No Hi. lai acres; adjoining Jack
son, zu acres cleared.
No 20. Dwelling house; In Jack'
son, rooms, stable and smoke house,
No 22. l.;7. 50 acres; 3 miles south
west of Jackson, a r kiiii house, i
cisterns and a well; 75 acres good
white oak t nn her.
No 23. Dwelling house; in Jackson,
o rooms, cellar ami statue.
No 24. Dwelling house; iu Jackson
. rooms, largo lot; stable and cellar;
No 21. so acres: I mile north of
Handles Station, all wood; and 240
acres ut Advance, Stoddard county,
150 acres cleared, good buildings.
No 25. lss acres; 1 mile north of
Gordoiiville, loo ucims clenred, well
No 2i. Mi acres; at Handles Sta
tion, 55 acres cleared, new S room
No 27 1)7.50 acres; 3 miles west of
Millervlllo, (15 acres cleared, 400 fruit
trees, now 4 room house; spring.
No 2H, t)2 acres; 2i miles southeast
of Jackson, so acres cleared.
No 2D. 77 acres; 2 inilen northwest
of Jackson, H room house, xiiow barn,
No 30. 140 acres; 4 miles west of
Jackson, I'Kl acres clcircd.
N 31. 4o acres; near Handles Sta
tion. 30 acres cleared.
No 32. 70 feet front on Main street
Sua 2 dwelling houses in Jack
son, No 34. ll:i.75 acres; near Delta,
No 35. .100 acres; (t miles northwest
of .luekson. 200 acres cleared.
No 3ii. 275 acres; ft miles north of
Jackson, 200 acres clenred, two story
hrick house, good burn and out
buildings. No 37. 145 acres; 4 miles cast of
Jackson, loo acres cleared, good
bouse and hara, cistern and spring
No HS. 120 acres; 3 miles southwest
of Gordoiiville, 70 acres cleared, ft
No 3!). HO neres; 5 miles northeast
of Jackson, 65 acres cleared, fl room
house, good barn.
No 4.) 230 acres; 4 miles north
west of Whitewater, 150 acres cleared,
1 room House, .1 acres in orchard. .
No 42 Its') acres; 12 miles west of
Jackson, 225 acres cleared, 135 acres
No 43. 1S5 acres; 3 miles northwest
of Hurfordville, loo acres cleared, 38
acres bottom land.
No 44. H.fii) ncr.es; ft mllo of Jack
sou, H room house, nearly now.
No 45. 320 acres; 4 miles north of
Marquand, Mo., all timber.
No 40. 150 actes; 2i miles of Gor
doiiville, 120 acres clenred, good or
chard, well and 2 cisterns.
No 47. 120 acres; H miles from
Puxlco, Mo., 45 acres cleared, new
house und barn.
No 4s. 40 acres; near Idalia, Mo.,
all timber land.
No 41). 23U acres; near Zaddock,
Mo., KiO acres cleared, good Improve
ments. No 50. 80 acres; 4 miles west of
Van Huron, Mo., GO acres, fair build
ings, good spring, on railrond.
No 52. 130 acres; li miles northwost
of Jackson, 100 acres clearod, 4 room
No 53. A 4 room dwelling house, in
No 54. A 4 room dwelling house, in
No 65. An 8 room dwelling house,
No 50. (to acres; i mile of Jackson;
this is tho best property In the county
for the money.
No 57. House and lot; In Jackson,
lot 75 by lsft feet, 4 room house.
No 5!). 28 acres; 4 miles northwest
of Whitewater, very cheap.
No (51. so acres; near Marquaud,
Mo., all timber.
No ts.'l. 50 neres; 2 miles east of
Jackson, 40 acres cleared, good spring.
No til. 104 acres; 3 miles south of
Kgypt Mills, (15 neres cleared, 3 room
house, 3 sorings.
No lift. House and lot, in Jackson,
4 rooms, lot 50 by 150 feet.
Noti5a. House and lot, in Jackson,
3 rooms, lot 60 by 150 feet.
No (Hi. House nnd lot, in Jackson,
No 07. 40 acres ; ft mile of Tilsit, SO
acres cleared, 4 mom house, good
No (58. 1 8-horso power engine and
boiler, plainer, rcsaws, turning lathe,
No tilth. 12 lots In Oliver Morton's
subdivision of Survey No. 797.
No 70. 77 acres; (J miles southwest
of Cane Girardeau, 00 acres cleared,
No 71. House and lot, in Jackson,
5 room house, new, ft acre lot.
Subscribe tor me Ukkald.
The following counties conmrlse
the 14th congressional district:
t nne Girnrdpnu. llollinger, nutler.
llouell. Christian, Isniglas, Dunklin,
Mississippi. New Madri.1. Oregon,
Oznrk. 1'emlswit. Hlpley, Heott, Stod
dard. Stone and Taney. W D Van
The following counties 'comprise
the 21t sunatorial district:
Cajwi Girardeau, Wayne, Carter,
Hilary, Hutler and Dunklin. G T
Ronresentatlve G C Thllonlus
Sheriff , Iternhnrd (ioekol
Collector K W Klentge
Assessor J F Caldwell
Trensurer August I'dc
Pros. Att'y T D Hlnes
Prohnte Judge Jos Koehler
Circuit Clerk C F Hetten
County Clerk 'n. Pnar.
Common Pleas C'lk.. F.d Kngelmntin
Presiding Judge. . . .
. . .Clin Ilartels
Judge 1st Dlst
Judge 2nd Dlst
School Com. . ..
li r llioinas
.I)r Klmo Porterfleld
....l: K McCulloiigh
Justices of Pen
Constable (4 11 Grant
Mayor Win Pnar
City Clerk Henry Puis
City Collector Hlticher Sperling
VMty Assessor A. .1. flentge
Marshal Jno Macke
Street Com Adam Hoffmann
Night Watchman Julius Jalins
City Weigher Win H Sehncfor
City Attorney T D Hines
City Treasurer Joseph Koehler
, 1... a- 1 1 I KM
Alder- " i . . W D Robertson
men ,,.Wl...l J F McLnin
Und warn j C HolTineistor
The regular meeting of the hoard
of aldermen is the first Monday
night of each month.
HOARD OF EDUCATION.
Tl) Hines President
Term expires April 1004
U VV JlelKletson vice President
Term expires April 11)03
O L Hoffmann Secretary
Term Expires April 1003
Henry Stock Treasurer
Term expires April l!N)i
M P Kirksey
Term expires April lima
A J llelireiis
Term expires April 1IK)4
The regular meeting of the school
hoard is the first Thursday night of
Circuit Court meets 1st Monday in
January and May and 3rd Monday
in August. 11 C Riley, Judge.
County Court meets 1st Monday iu
February, May, August and Novem
Probate Court meets 2nd Monday
In February, May, August and No
vember. Common Pleas Courtof Cape Girar
deau meets 4th Monday in January,
May and September. John A Snider,
Excelsior Lodge, No. 441, A F &
M meets on 2nd and 4th Thursday of
eaen liiontn. 11 11 iniriis, w At.
Modern Woodmen Lodge, No. 4!)33
meets on the 1st and 3rd Monday
night of each month. G S Summers,
Royal Neighbors of America meet
in the Odd Fellow Hall on tho sec
ond and last Monday night of each
month, flfrs Clias llelirens, Oracle
Jackson l.odgo No. 1H8. A O V W
meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday
nights of each month. M P Kirksey
Jackson Lodge, Degree of Honor
.No. H., A o U W, meets on 2nd and
4th Saturdays of each mouth. Miss
Kate l'eppcr, C of H.
Select Knights and Ladies of
America, Cainji No. 25, meets 011 the
2nd and 4th Monday nights of each
month, km Aberuattiy, C K.
Home Foruin Lodge, No. 378
meets on the last Saturday of each
month. W A lirooks, Pres.
Methodist Church Services nt 11
am and 7:30 p in. Sunday School
tt:30 a m. Prayer meeting Wednos-
oay evening at 7:30. junior nnd
Senior Kpwortli League meetings on
Sunday at 3 p in and 7 p 111, respect
iveiy. kovj w wursnop, J'astor
Presbyterian Church Services at
11 a 111 and 7:30 p 111. Sunday School
at!):. to am. Prayermoeting Wednes
day evening nt 7:30. Rev C W
Kaptist Church Services at 11 n 111
and 7 :30 l m. Sunday School at D.-30
a 111. 1'rayer meeting Thursday
evening at 1 :av. u 1 r u meeting
nunuaynto l in. ev j u lllott
Sick headache, nervous head
ache, tired headache, neuralgic
headache, catarrhal headache,
headache from excitement, in
fact, headaches of all kinds are
quickly and surely cured with
Also all pains such as backache,
neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic
pains, monthly pains, etc.
"Dr. Mllei' Pain Fills are worth their
weight In gold, 'uyi Mr. W. D. Krea
mer, of Arkaaui Clt, Kan. "They
cured my wife f chronic headache
when nothing cite would."
"Dr. MiW Pain Pill, drive awtv
pain at if by magic I am never with
out Supply, and think everyone
thould keep them handy. One or two
pi lit taken en approach oi headache
will prevent it every lime."
Mrs. Judcc Johnson, Chlcajo, 111
Through their use thousands of
people have been enabled to st
tend social and religious func
tions, travel, enjoy amusements,
etc., with comfort. As a prevent
ative, when taken on tho ap
proach of a recurring attack,
they art excellent.
Id kr nil Bracelet.
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Dr. Mile Mrtloal Co., Elkhart, n-.T
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain.
N o. ;).').
Southern Missouri & Arkansas Railroad.
West ISoutid Trains.
oplar Itlntr ...
Nos. 1 and 2, Kansas City Mail;
iNo. 4, I'oplnr lllull Kxpress; daily.
No. fi, St. Limls Kx press; daily.
No. , t'niro and Texas Exprpss; daily except Sunday.
No. 7, Poplar HlulT Express' dally nxccpt Sunday.
No. (, St. Louis Express; Sunday only.
No. H, Accommodation; Sunday only.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
St. Louis. Cairo, and all points
in 5t. Ijouis and Cairo with through express trnins for
Chicago, Cincinnati. Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit
Buffalo, Now York. Philadelphia, J'loston. Wash in, 'ton
and all principal eastern cities.
Only One change off
Galveston. Houston. Dallas, Fort
Texas points. Only route to Hot Springs Ark.
II. C TOWNS END. General Pnssentrer and Ticket Agent.. St.
The Direct Route To Texas.
Fife The most direct route to Arkansas, Louis-
tx f.tm 1
I ; f ; 1
fC A " .
'Ci f i
11 ra i r k
II rUM f!f
Southern Missouri &
New Steel Rails, New Bridges, Safe Quick
Time. No Mixed Trains. Close
At Hunter with K. (', F., S. & M. It. fi.
At WilliaiiiKvlllu with tlio main lino Iron Moiiiiliiin linllroad.
At WillinniKvlllo with W. O. & St. h. 11. R.
At llrownwoorl with the C. . H. & S. Hy.
At Delta with tho Bolimmt ltranuh Iron Mountain ltallroad.
At Dilta with Cotton hi lt.
At Ciimi Oirnrdiau with Illinois (Vntrnl U. It., IIoihU'k Minnoiiri t
ArliiniNiiH It. It. nlul HtoaintTK on Mixxliwlppl Hivor.
Double Daily Exclusive Passenger Service
Between Cape Girardeau, Bloomfield,
Puxico and Williamsville.
JJKHT USK IJKTWKKX
Southern Illinois and Southeast Missouri Points.
For folder and inirtieulars njiply to Agents, or
E. F. BLOMEYER. Traffic Maniiffci',
I CAPE OIRAUDKAIT, MO.
Hook oil AiitniHlM,
A book treatin? of the diseases
of Domestic Animalu. mailed freo
on request. Addresn Ilutnphrey'u
Medical Co., William nud John
8treetH, New York,
DON'T BC FOOLED!
Takt ttaa finutiM, rigtui
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Matfo only by Madlaon Mdk
clna Co.. MmUmmb, Wl. It
hawpa yoa wvll. Oar tn4
mark cut M eacb paducfc
prloa, 3( canta. Kara aoai
In bulk. Aocmt M ubMta
Tu.aa tuU. At fma CrnUt.
Itodol Dyspepsia Curo
DItMt what yoa ata
No. No. j No. HI.
1 :44 "
1 :H0 "
East Hound Trains.
daily except Sunday.
north and cast. Connections made
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars c
cars to itn Franciscc
Worth. San Antonio, and all
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Cotton Belt H.oute.
There are two throuch trains a
day over this route. Each train
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