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JHE EOPLE'S j-'APER
Official Onaioltlie Tai-Payen-
SATURDAY, JULY 11. 1891.
Democrats arc having: it that "Maine
is a very sick man." The chances are
that .lames (I. Blaine will make the
Democratic party sicker than it has
been for a long spell before it is two
It's a little hard ou the party, but
John I Sullivan said on the ship,
when about to leave San Francisco
for Australia, that n hen he pot back
be meant to take the Mump tor the
. . .
Whenever Kuropcan baukera get
bard up they know who to call on
tor gold. l!ut Uncle Sam. three or
four mouth from now. will be asking
to have some of it returned; and he
will not ask in vain.
The Cath-lioot man is measuring
out drinks to the editor ot our little
Main street sheet by the jug full.
McGuire is a temperance man but
lie knows something about the capsc-
ity of those w ho arc not temperance
Because there arc rascally pension
gents human sharks the Demo
cratic press is opposed to pensious.
They might as well oppose the use ol
water as a beverage because the water
vf the Dead Sea is brackish aud unlit
Colonel Livingstone, of the (Georgia
Farmers' AlliMUce,rewrt8 it the result
vf his observation South that w her
ever the alliance dominates there is a
demand lor a Western man for the
next I'resideut, aud a uetenuiuatiou
to support no man w ho thinks with
Cleveland ou the silver question.
Chairman Brice, of the National
Democratic Committee, issues au ad
stress to Democrats urging them to
begin work at once. Mr. Brice mailed
jbitt address aud then took the first
steamer lor Europe. Brice kuows
why he was elected chairman. His
barrel will occupy the chair while
lie is abseut.
An Indiana farmer recently com
mitted suicide, aud the coroner's jury.
Composed of his fellow farmers,
trought in a verdict that he killed
lliinwlf "in a tit of despondency over
the increase of taxes under the new
Dcuiorratic appraisement law of the
state.' If that appraisement law is so
seven- upon the farmers as would ap
K'ar Iroiu this, we may confidently
look to see a heavy Republican ma
jority Iu the Hoosicr State this fall.
i no rt iiinrKame iiicintir iiic i nut e '
of Wales has that enables him to re
call little incidents in the careers of
comparative strangers who meet him.
is the result of assiduous practice, lie
reads the uowrpnpcrs with as much
attention as an editor does, and stores
away iu his memory for lutiirc use
every scrap ot information relating to
people who are likely to be thrown iu
bis way. He has trained his eye so
that on entering a room he sees every
body there at a glaucc, and possesses
s marvelous faculty for recollecting
Republicans bv nominating Mr.
McKiuley in Ohio set a good example.
They have shown their confidence
and courage. They have presented
what ever election ought to present
a definite issue aud a representative
candidate. itriei-' Wrcklg.
It is to be hoped that the f ee
traders will recoguizc this throughout
the campaign, and treat Major Mc
Kiuley as the foremost representative
in Ohio of the protection issue. Last
fall they did not do this, hut stooped
to every conceivable trickery in their
efforts to defeat McKinley's re-election
to Congress. It is a well-defined
issue, anil the free traders should
meet it as Itoldly as McKiuley aud the
Republicans meet it.
Ituttulo t-rprext: i es; gooa crops I
this year means certain Republican
victory next year, even without the
aid of the legitimate effects of the
McKiuley law. Aud the prospects
now are for good mips. It is the
world oltl cu loin of the M Ople to
attribute both prosperity and adver
sity to the government. This is not
logical, but, nevertheless, all parlies iu
all ages have taken advantage of the
But there will have been enough
general proserity actually caused by
the M Kinley act to win tor us the
victory. We, then-tore, welcome this
Democratic admission that an era of
appreciated values is upon the country.
Colonel Livingstone, of the Georgia
I'anncro Alliance, on his return from
a survey of the campaign iu Missis
sippi, was a.-kcd by Atlanta Const na
tion reporter about the third party.
an. I n.tilia.l- "1 linnril vprv little in I
Mississippi about the third party
movement. Knin all quarters in thoritics of (inat Britain. A 1'ltila
Miseissippi an eflort is being made to jdelphUu U responsible for the whole
retain white supremacy. Every other j rtir- ,,e " ""''rnalionsl
question is subordinated to this. The j l' r'' "n a trip around the world,
people are. indeed, anxious that this which he addressed to himsell at his
question should Ik- forever removed i residence, via New York. Liverpool,
vm ti. ,u,i;ti.-.i .mnn Ti.-ir I Paris. Marseilles and Naples, wit Ii the
constitution iIisfraurliiM-s a very larsei
itimhrr of the colored i.pulatin.
But there yet remains a majority f!
negro voter in the .Stale, and in some
localilies an overwhelming majority, j
I'nless some measure is adopted to !
settle this question, within twenty
years Mississippi, Louisiana, aud :
Arkaunas will be overwhelmingly i
tlouiinatcd and overrun bv negroes.
They arc ualuraily drifting lo these
fertile lauds, aud will continue to tlo
.. for much of the low lauds , n :
..uly he cultivated by negroes.- 1
Dan Lamuut looks for Cleveland
and Harrison another time, but says
he wouldn't lie a President's private
secretary again for a fortune.
A large building in New York city
has been roofed with American tin
plate Still some of our friends, the
Democrats, persist in saying that
American tin-plate is not lieing made,
except for advertising purposes.
Three murderers were electrocuted
in Sing Sing prison. X. Y Tuesday
norniug, and this time it is claimed
the electrocution was a complete suc
cess. Doctors and scientific meu who
witnessed the work of the electrocii
tioner say the men died without a
struggle and without pain.
Every two r three weeks a news
paper is started up iu some little
Southea-t Missouri town aud about
that often some little sheet in the
same section dies a natural death
starvation, aud they deserve no taller
fate for nearly every one of them is
a burlesque at journalism.
A canvas-buck duck flies at au
habitual rate of eighty miles per hour,
which is increased in emergency to
1J0. The mallard has a flight ot
torty-cight miles au hour: the black
I atirk, pin-tail, w idgeon aud wood
I duck can do much better. The blue-
wing and greeu-ujug teals cau do
100 miles au hour and take it easv.
The red-head cau fly all day at ninety
miles an hour. The tli'dit f the
wild goose is lot' miles per hour.
-a - - -
The editor of our evening contem
porary has surely changed h's drinks.
He is mad at the whole world aud as
a result he doubts the existence of a
Supreme Ruler. Hear him:
The whole truth of the matter is. iu
our feeble belief, the -kind (iod
business is a matter that will bear in
spection. If you have plenty of money
you cau find a -kind iod" ou any
lauit or sea. but if you are out ol
money nary a -kiud tiod" is he.
Such langruaxe eminates from a be
There was a time when the old
wheel horses of Democracy received
the favors and honors of the party.
That, however, was before renegade
Republicans like l'almcr. oi Illinois:
Campbell, of Ohio: Cray, of Indiana,
aud Boies, of Iowa, concluded to join
the Democrats. Neither one of them
left the Republican party until he was
kicked. That Ihev are rumiiii" lhin;
in the four States mentioned is patent
The special committee on the per
sonnel of the navy, of which Senator
Don Cameron is chairman, will meet
on or bel'.ire the 1st of October to
discuss how to increase its clliciciicv.
It is generally understood that the
present force ot 8.-J.'-0 meu must be
:P1Mulli ... ., i.. ii,., imuui
Over three thousand men will be re
quired to man our new ships on
foreign service, and there will be re
quired au extra force to man tin
vcssels which an- to take part in Un
contemplated World's Fair naval
I.ouiina is iu danger of another
revolution, but this time the revolu
tionists have morality on their side.
They propose to drive out the New
Orleans lottery by force, if necessary,
and pledge themselves -to light to ll;c
bitterest end the horde ot ".-iiuliicrs
and bribers who iulest our beloved
Stale: we pledge you even in revolu
tion, bloody, steru ami terrible, rather
than submit to tiic shame and degra
dation proposed by the lottery com
pany; we pledge you the best blood
ot the laud to maintain the honor ol
the Slate." This is slroug Unguac
in a good cause, but it smacks too
much of the old style Southern bom
bast to be taken as sincere.
-Why do I carry a gnu?" said a
member of Congress, iu response to a
Sltr reporter's question.' Because I am
liable to need a weapon any time. If
you were iermitted to look under the
coat tails of the entire national legis
lature yon would find revolvers iu two
out of three hip pockets. A Senator
or Representative, merely by reason
of his couspicuousncss, is always in
more personal danger than the citizen
in private life. For one thing he is an
object of pursuit by cranks, a percent
age of whom are murderously inclined.
If you could get a list of the deadly
affrays iu which Congressmen have
been engaged through no fault of
theirs, you would perceive that such
a precaution is worth taking.
storrnv a r.tn.
A new order has been added to the
postal regulations ol the United Stales
nhiih will cut off lots of fuu on the
part of unthinking people: The new
regulation is as follows:
"I'lista! cards addressed to go around
the world are excluded from rirciila.
tion in the mails.'
This rule has been inserted because
of the protest made
lo the United
States government by the postal au-
"'"""" ,,u "s " V K "' " ,m" I
been atarted around the world. I,
to..k fjur months to make the circuit,
and reached Ihc sender in safety. eov-
ered with the poslinarksof the various
distributing oflic-s through which it
bsd passed. This story was published
and ol course everybody else w ith the
faculty of imitaliveness started iu lo
do the same thing. It oceanic a uuis-
ancc to the Uritioli iioslal authorifics.
and their complaint to the
liencral led to the issue of the above ' a
order. 1 S
re vex I E KEDrrriox.
One of the Main reasons for the re-
vision ol the tariff was to reduce the
revenue. The surplus caused our
friends, the enemy, acute agony, and
they feared that all sorts of terrible
things would happen if a Republican
admiuistsatiou had plentv of monev.
The new tariff law has been in opera -
lion since October 1 last, and it is an
intcrextiiig question how much it will
reduce the revenue. The officials of the
Treasury department say:
"If the ratio of falling offof receipts
continues during the year, aud it is
thought the first five mouths' receipts
present a fair index of the workings
of the new tariff law. the n-ceipts this
year from cu-toms will be about J-cJo,-Wio.ti(J
less than lat year."
This .-hows how extremely difficult
it is to forecast the edi ct of any rev
rune measure without a practical
trial. The majority ot the Ways ami
Means committee of the House, iu re
porting the new tariff bill, said that
their estimate was that, if enacted
into law. it Mould reduce the revenue
about an.oHj.tt) per year. The D
ocratic minority declared that it would
increa-e the receipts more than
$ J.oi M.( Hill. The Republican members
made tln-i- estimate too high. The
Democrats made theirs very much too
low. Probably each was uiiconsci
ouslv influenced by their own feeling
lo a greater or less extent, but the fact
remains that the law does reduce the
revenue by at least vJo.lKX'.IHiO for t his
year, but the reduction will be larger
here.ifter: for it must not he forgotten
that the amount id imports during
Hie past few months has been extra
ordinary large, much larger than we
have any reasou to expect at anytime
iu the near future.
WII.I. THEY RIPril. I-ENSION
The New York J'rcxt as the Demo
cratic press asks a few leading ques
tions as follows:
The Democratic press has lieen
teeming for months with assaults upon
the tension payments ot the govern
ment. 1 here have heeu vicious as
saults both on the system under which
tin- pensions are paid and upon the
righteoiisiic-s and justice ot giving the
old soldiers linaiirial help in their dis
ability or declining years. The Demo
cratic press undoubtedly speaks for
Democratic leaders, ami both arc
presumed to voice the sentiment ot
the Democratic party. It is therefore
pertinent to ask. aud not merely to
ask. but to demand, a plain answer to
the quest it m. What does the Demo
cratic parly propose to tlo in respect
to pensions if it is inl rusted with
power? They denounce the system
as outrageous will they repeal it?
They deimuucc the payments as too
great will they stop the payments?
The pension issue is one of moment
ous important e to a very large num
ber of men who went into the army
with the promise of the government
that in event of death their families
should be provided with sustenanc e,
and that they themselves should not
be allowed to suffer by reason ol their
sacrifices of business and opportunities
lo belter themselves. The Republi
can party has fulfilled that pledge
loyally and justly. Nearly .1.H',imi
pensioners are borne ou the rolls, and
in spite ot Democratic charges that
camp followers, sutlers and bounty
jumpers have (heir names on the list,
no proof has ever lieen produced to
show that n single old soldier drawing
a pension is not entitled to it. does
not need it. and tloes not deserve it.
The presentation t f proof would cut
him oil at once, and yet the Demo
cratic t ry continues that the system is
There are 11, 300.000 volers iu this
country, ami the .1.10,000 pensioners
comprise of both parties scattered
through Ihc Northern States. The
Solitl South fought these veterans iu
ltttid-l'.'i. It .stands ready to rut off
their pensions w henever the Northern
doughface Democrats arc ready to
make the movement. Under Repub
lican legislation these pciisiouers arc
receiving a little over IWUHMi.000
annually an average of less than $4
per w eek each.
Is the Drmocrafic party ready to
say that these men shall not have
these their just dues? There were
2,S.18,r.Hl claims for pensions tiled up
to January 1. IHfll, showing over one
tenth of the voters r.f the whole roiin-
ry to be interested iu pensions
probably one-fourth of the voters iu
the States north ot Mason and Dixon's
line. 'I he grocers, dry goods dealers,
clothing merchants aud sliopkec)crs
with whom they spend the 'little
money sparingly dealt out to thcin by
the government have ns deep interest
as they themselves in the pension
payments, and the taxpayers in the
States have an equal interest, because
the repeal of the pension laws would
till the poor bouses. The old fcllotvs
w ho lived four years on hard tack
and coffee cannot stand the light of
lile like the vigorous men of their
ow n age who slaved at home. They
saved the nation, they got its grati
tude, ami they have rights to remem
brance by remunerating jK-ii-ioiis
which cannot he disputed.
Will the Democratic party repeal
the pension laws when it comes into
I power? Hare any I leiiiocr. tic paM-r
' 1 ."'" ' r-'i
- Not one. I Urn t iiher the rlmrgc
llic iiiiihcaii; iiiib-. aiitt iii.it. i-, inr
truth or else the I icniocratie parly
is until for control of the goveruuieut.
II tWIKAl. IIA-41.1..
Hannibal Iliiuiliu was a member of i
il... I nilcil Stales Senate iu the davs
when Webster, Clav. IVeuton. Ca'houu. ;
n.m.rh.s mill (iruiu wercllKTc. lie
had beeu iu public life (or nearly half ,
ccutury w lieu
retired iu 1SM3. i
- - li a career U notable
antl carrier .
with it the regard aud admiration of
j contemporaries and successors.
Mr. Hamlin was a Democrat in the
days before the war, but he did not
believe in slavery, aud when the Dem
ocratic party fell under the complete
domination of the slaveholders, and
j wuen Buchanan was nominated for
! I'resideut iu 18.16, he cast his lot with
the new Republican parly, and has
been a Republican ever since.
Mr. Hamlin was not an orator. He
was one of the silent Senators, but he
i i ... a :..:..
was a vtoiKt-r mm a soo.t ouiuit inn.
Hi- ability was large, and against his
mlecritv not a woril of stistiu-ion was
ever ureal neii.
As Vice-IVcsideiit during the trying
war period Mr. Hamlin gave to the
'resident his cordial support, and was
always a souice of strength to Mr.
Mr. Hamlin was a strong man. He
had served his country well. He had
enjoyed a happy home, and had beeu
admired end respected by all who
knew him. His last days were peace
ful, and his end was quiet ami pain
less. It was singular that Hannibal Ham
lin, lirst Vice-Fri-sidi-ii! w ith Abraham
Lincoln, who completed the work aud
fulfilled the prophecies of John Adams
aud Thomas Jefferson. like them,
added a new consecration to Indepen
dence I ay. by dying ou the Fourth
of J uly.
tiE Suit era.
Speaking of the stage reminds ns
of the recomendation given the
the Lemon Chill Tonic by Mr. I. II.
Juigley, manager of the l'aducah
opera h iuse anil one of I'adiica't's best
known ciliens. Listen to what he
says: --Lemons Cehmical Co Jack
sonville. Fla. anil Xev York I take
great pleasure iu stating that I have
Used your Lcmmou Chill Touie ou
several occasions with most henelicial
results, its taste being so pleasant
there is no difficulty in getting child
ren to take it."" Trice, the smallest.
.10 ceuts. while the amount ot medi
cine iu it is double most of similar
preparations; is the most pleasant to
take; most certain in results. Insist
on getting it and take no substitutes.
For sale by Miller & Wilson Cape
t.irardcaii and Ben Schwab 1 Mitch
tow u Mo. -J
The f.xrnntlon la I'atlaeak
About oue hundred of our people
went on au excursion Saturday to
I'aduruh. Kentucky. They chartered
the Cape's favorite little packet, the
Idlcwi'd, to take them around to
the flourishing little city on the bunk
of the ( hio River. They left the Capi
at ten o'clock Saturday morning, ar
rived at l'aducah nt six o'clock llm!
eveuing and remained there till eight
that nijiht. Returning they arrived
home at nine o'clock Suuday inornii.g.
The excursion was a plt.is.-iut cll'air
ami the excursionists say thej were
never treated more courteous by
steamboat officers than they received
at the hands of the Idlcwild crew.
A "faletl feenerat.
Noted as a general Tonic. Blood
l'urilier and appetiser Lcmmou Chill
Tonic stands rivaled ami out generat
ed by none. Read what t!'e pastor
of oue of the largest churches iu
I'adiicali says: -I take pleasure iu
recommending Lemon Chill Tonic,
prepared by the Lemon Chemical Co.
I have used it iu my family with
admirable results especially iu case ot
continued chills with a child. Child
ren fake it without the least opposi.
tion. Sold by Miller & V llson. Cape
(irarileaii and Ben Schwab. Dutch-
SofTIIW KSTKKX LlliUTMMi Roll
Co., Wetmore anil Overstreet, pro
prietors. Cape (iirardcaii. Mo.
This is lo certify that we had E. J.
Wetmore to erect a system of F.lcclric
Coudurtors upon our buildings ami
vc recommend him for good work
aud square dealing according to
Stoddard County: C. H. Barhaui.
circuit clerk:.!. I Bock, merchant: i
ti. Wilson, probate judge.
Cape (iinirde.nn county: R. I
Wilson, ex-judge; E. II. Kiigelmiinii;
W. F. Rodney: Ben. II. Adams. Kdilor
Dkmim kat: Frank K. Unnerstall; J.
II. Whitelaw, merchant: I. L. Sieiners.
Conrad Siemers, Alliert Siemers,
farmers; and hundreds of others.
Hr l anlila'l Blair It.
Mr. .lackson, of the .Jackson I'ipe
Or-raii Co.. tells the following im-i-dent,
w hich happened in the organ
factory one day last week:
-A gentleman from Lithium, Mis
souri, slepjied into tiic fat-lory to sec
what was roing on. Looking around
he lichelil the large organ for a Cape
(iirardeau church, aud expressing a
desire to hear some music. Mr. .lack-
sou directed him behind the orgau to
tlo the -blowing, himself going to the
keyboard where he ran over the keys,
which gave no response hut a dry
rattle as they settled hack in their
places. Trying it again he got the
same result, lint niter trying it a
third time he stepped hchiud the or
gan to sec w hat the gentleman from
.Missouri was doing. There he sat I
with his hps covering the lever to the j
bellows, blow ing until his lips pulled !
out ami looked like two pickled beets.
Observing the look of a(ollM;llli'llt
on Mr. Jackson's lace, he exclniiiieil:
.Tilt l,!.ilit,iil ll.ilif, l.iti. ,r,.t im I...1..
iu it. and how do you expt ei a mau to ,
blow Itj tlicslcr 7 riliimc.
Aspicuiiiu property ioi wiiu goon
iwo - story tlwcllmg House, coiilaiuing
and cellar gMd out-'
buildings aud eonveiiieutly located in '
. . I
tlx CCllIral part Ol tllC City, OU Kori- 1
ier street between Inilepeuifeiicc
3L M". WAKUEN.
Machinery for Sale.
One complete Thni.liiug' Machine, J. I afce
lo horse-power Kiiiriiie, Belleville separator,
-ti hich etliiider ai.u ki-evia' Stacker ;11 com
plete a:d ready torru:t:.i.i3- For tenr. apply to
A. n. St 1ILUETKB.
Notice to Contractors.
Xittiee Is herehT a-iven that the nr.iti-rsirnei
Road and l:ridceiomniiMoi!cr. ol C'ai-e oirar-
draa cooiitv. Mikftonri. will let contract for a
wooden lridrve with stotte piers, on sauy
llranch. near Millerville. ato . ou Mot'dtty.
Jiilv l:ilh. lsl, at .1 o'clock p in , at iite of
briilite. lhe Commissioner reserves the right
toreieet anv and all bids.
L. M UK.W
Jnly let. 1S9I. K. A B lorn.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby eiren that the Rndersiirse
,..,, ,.i liri.la-e i olriiiii.irer. of t .ine liir.
! aH.au c..uutv. jr,,s,,uri i,.t ruj.trart itr
' limo:i. on
ainr-iav, miiv imii n z o -iiMti
p. in . at site
f Im.lse Maid repair consist
of . strinirer s incite by II inchc. Iiy 4s feet
lo-iir. New Truss, and ts r.st n-w ilooriux
I'.miniissiotter reserves the riirht to tvieet any
orall bi Is. 1.. M la AN. '
duly 1st, ls:i. Ii. A IS. Com.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice i.- In-n-liy given that the amlersiltnisl
lload and liriiUe't oiiiinissiiM.i-r of Cain t.irar
lean eou-t . Mi-ssituri. will o: Muitdav. .Inly
5ith. s!d. at o'clock p ill . at cite of Krite,
let contract torthe repair nt hrt-bfeon t:mokcd
t'rrck. i.earlir. McAu.illy s lartu. Ki-palrs con
sist of ." Strt ijers s i:ie'i by II i-ieln-s, by ('
feet lonir. new truss a:.d I'i icet eew Ib-onii;:.
Commissioner reserve the riht to r-jct anv
a- d all hi.ls 1. M l:KA.
Jul; 1st. KM. I:. II. Com.
of tltt i (iirarlcau ItutMliig a:l
AH-jriaiiun, tajH oiranli'au. Missouri,
Bate. El IT.
Ki trv finn .
l4..U . . .
Kt i U .
$ Im M
l . Iti
Carrrllinr hliart- lttans .
Cah out ha.id
rni'I up rn.itail stK-k, i;.4ir..'.o. Stian itt
riirc, Vu. Miarr MTitri, ill,.
STntl writ-, .v,. Thir-I iM-ri, 71'. Fnurtb
wticj, J'.',. Value ii r hliart: Kirt nritt,
..V. Siti?kI hrrirs. yi. Thin! mTitu,
$11 . Fourtlt srrirs. 7 ll.
STATU OF MISSOlTlcl.
1XI NT OK CAt'K ili;.KlKAl - S
lirnry A. Asthotx as Srrntary of tlir l'w
Uiranlrau lioiltliiif; ai:l l.a-i Awiaii.m,
infr iluly twirn. rnyi tliat atnYr t-tati-mrnt is a
tnir rxhihit or thr fluaiirial rmitlitio-i of tail
HENRY A. ASTIIO!.. Si-rrtnry
. Suhsrrilw mi witTr) to brTtirr iim
f ral f tin ah lay of -hilv. l-m
' ItKNJ. r. IAV,
My cmimifasion -xi.rvs Iu)y tli. l.-ul.
- SCOTT'S -Lightning
An ilT liulrprinloiirc i-lmsRO,
1st -ler 11 at no Ihr za ciiti-rr Stumlp ilir
Bests Uahlzeit fuer 25 Cts.
rhntislf iiihI n-inlirh tr l'latz in .Irr
Stalt. Konuuf ami hMirht mirh.
M. A. SCOTT,
cai-k (.iit vi:iiK.i:, mo
EJIA PETERS, 31. J).
Ii.riii rlv or lia ivillc. ..I.
liNsl l.TI.Nti AMI
Kr all tliM-a.-- a:.l lrrn:itir.i rf
EYE AND EAR.
ACTll li I -.1. Ei K. ! KITKK
Ollirr O..T Miller a W il.-.in's Irili St'.rr.
JOiTN ST. AVIT.
?p-tnl-l Stretr. '.'on I or lio n In lepcnd
eie-e Cirmi llousf iu itic cii.v I r
Cnesnswars and Glassware,
And will puy t!r II g-tQt Market I'rite for
Hr licit a !mre of pubi c p tiruuav
Bhvo AuoptM the
And ia now ira'.i'iT Fl'tiir tat tm not l
CT- e!I. il by a'i mill i t ill ? country. A tr:l
f fli f Ho.vr I'r n I I nr w;ll onviiKe af
)oinv ol tiooU Hmr tli.it it it superior : j any
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
F. W. POTT, Proprietor.
C.-ipn Girardeau. Mo.
J0H.N FREN2EL 8 CO.,
B.epiidng; Neatly Dqae.
JloOFING A NDjj UTTERING
CAI'K tilUAUOKAl'. MISSOl'KI
Cigars, Tctacco Fine Candies
1l!MI:lts. :l MS Turn, l-ltoilft t AM
UtT VOL i: MUSKV'.S WOKTI1.
AVe sell at prices that
CAU. AX I) !SKE CS.
WAKUEN & SOX.
Opiiosite Stiirilivant Hank.
MAN1 FACII kEtt OF
SADDLES AND COLLARS.
Al. liKILKU IX
And all other vehicles.
1 o,r",'- " "'v fir-t-dasn a.,.1
l.ricca as low an ativ hu,e in tin- city. I
.llow ,h, ,,, v:t ,a BL'UuliiM an.l
t'AKTSin town, ami enara.;UT rn-rythini; wl-l
nymcui tli.it Ii.m. iM-lorc -urcliasiii in hit
(;mtr llann-i.T a. S.ri?. a..l n.n.rrMain
itnr iziii1 ..M- a ri b:ii r.tr.v.i.r Tf.iiTvi.ii
(Scct..8-iu to ll.rn.-t ft Snwu.l
I tiN THE I.KVtK,
ifAPE (JIIIAUDLAC, MISSOCIII
KKKI-S A Ft 'I.I. I.IXE OF
Staple and Fancv
i.articii!r.T attention to th- shii i ine
Rlltl TfCfi 4 1 l:il HI trj Ifllt till! 't HIS O- All Kll.'t.-i.
Hie tov.-r.V. yean ?iM'rie:.ce i:i tiiit; huMi..'!fl
will ciianie nun 10 -five aTisiai-iimt ati
will mmli hin. tit iri v. hitfislftetmit ttt sll
,lri,s. nrtiH.k.. put wortnmi ni
e:.-l--avor tu ni--rit tin-libera! patnitaw ol this
.cuiuMttUU. sM '
AMERICA'S FINE WHISKEY.
LYNCH CD'S BOTTLIXti.
yt ARTS AXIt PINTS.
Depots for the sale of the above:
A. WlXtiKIITKl:. L. W. Mll.I.EK.
A. SlIIVKI.KIXt ClIAS. BtiltKY,
W. J. Mkyki:, Jos. .!.ki:ki:.
fciT"'' twine mid uritl i.
on irery btitllr..
C. LI X D 12 M A X X
OF ALL KINDS.
Whitf an. V el loir Pi nr. l'optar. I irt-sf .
Oak. .uiit. W-.l. i;t. Ah . l 4 In iTv" Mu
I !tirinK ami (Vilh all rait. Kh-ii-hinjr
f l.tiittlMT. Cat!), .Sliiitj:I--, MirtiMii fs, ititiow
? r iU'lcw ami iHmtr frames; all bizrn
ma it- tu tirUr un lMt n-tirt.
1H Ihfrii. atiywhtrt' insidrnr citr limits.
S'iHiiili Stml. i'iic (.iranlcrtii. Mo.
ku u. n 1 km:is. iro.
nItjh'intttce JStrrtt, L'ttpe (Jirar
Fln Wines, Wlit-kiw, lhir.li-s ami Tian.
Mrr.rair'sr'!flirati Whisky alwaybmi hand.
rrnh Itr alwayKon tap.
J j'KimtT I.uucli etrry moniiiij;. mvii
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest IffiD?oyc4 EcI'irFntcs.
Haviiitf ailt-(t th ,Ci:'r l'nKrs. i ar
now ir-artt to makr f.mrwf thr tw? raha
A trial oi 'ur i:..ller ITm-iss K!-mr will cuti
viurx- you tliat it ii the Imi4 Mmr uiaU.
I I V K I S A T II I A 1,
STEiPi BROS., Prop'rs.
UNION Ml LLS.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
P. W- POTT. Frop'r.
1 AT", mi nil tinifn. thr hiichrst marknt firictf
ltr Whrat a:ut W tnu 4 ri -Mai alartun
a'l wll-at nhl---.alr ainl n-tait. Ditlrr lull
Kiiarantpr, thr l"llwin-? hraii'l- oi riour:
l!KX CA-rK II , ; : I'atkxt.
PKLH AN. : : : :
LILY f thk YALLKY. Kxira KaM'T.
tjl'KKN vfthk CAI'K.
I L. : : : : : Fancy
(-GKKULA. : : : : hoick
Kn-h "Tonm! or 1 M"l hr alc or rrtiai:t-,
alMiail k' mis. of niill lt-l
Riidr-icc r-r..!-r Kr-tlrrirk a.d livlb-VM
l.l: IH 1t. OK TtIK
St. Louis Srhtm! nf .MiM-Wivos.
Twr:it -liv' ur r-rrir. re
jr 'j-Ali ciill-j-n;iit u-Mtdul n-r l-rn.a
SI il'irsS Mil Sri
l:!:il.li'.VAV AM. WAI.M
St I miis. 2I r -
!Fir;!-c!si ia Al ii Ancinlinsit:.
American cr Eurceean Plan
200 Kooms. 'J00
Titus. 4 Mil l.l-1:. l-n-i r:.--..-r
.M..IX sTI.-KI T.
P pre i pne i rr
I I AS r-r.
il hih Sirrii.i; SiinttT st.u k
I- :nnl rttiii' -! his. Irii'i -il. ur.ti tu -
t 'liuT ; t , :u ii t hi- -'i'M-k. a :l i-
t lit ii--.'- i-v.-r iir'ti'-h: i t rit . I :.! ur
s'lt-t't.ti-. nliilc tin- ?t-. li is ttill,"roii,j.ltt' j,itl
r "init- tu'i'It- to ri r on t-lmrt notir- '! n
tilitli -irl. i.-in tt
MP.S. W. SCHRADf R,
A Im'Innti. rritt. hornir.. l th St. lottt
Si-IkmiI i Mi-.wif.-r. ai.ti tli o'.l r.tna'
M .!- in tai- iairnrtti'Mii. INi!trr n
Kt lvKW t-tri-t-t. two totrs rast r fitting strt 1 1
OF AMi Ulli,
Spanisli Strt'i1!. Oil liirnnlcan.
I will fnni!h pitir joNtH unit all nah liin1xr
UtT H-r l.mn ii'iy ulur' in tlif nty limits.
Klonrit.K a-"l Cfilini; cltt-ajNT than t-vT hl ii
theritv. It i,t !inv iinitl "U ''t nt ricf .
1 Jii'iiii'iubiT 0 ravage on inv luniU-r.
BIU BAKU A INS AT
II. A. LRHEirS
LA lid K ST trk aud chcawt.t house id Sooth-
Roofing and Guttering.
CAI'K l.Il:Al;litAU. Mlssol lil
FERD. LIPP, L SOU,
C&ps Giraraean Meat Market,
IiililMiitlcnr( Strort. (Kepi I.it M Mati'l.)
CAI'L jIIAKlK.l'. MO. w
Wp 1tif Tfiuolflitl oar iho. aiul row havt
tin iticcet uirat markr i the rity. t'atmnT
itinv Tft-t af-nrtti that th- will jret thr x,ty h!t
uf meat ard mrf ivr the fcimirttt tn atiiH-ut
ff-t-rt-i-lt Meal ami aa of all kiuU on
anil at all tirut.
FOR mn ONLY.
Tnr LOST or TAILING MAKHOGDl
Oacral and 5EBV0G3 DIB IX ITT;
ovean?fuor tMdjaadBTiDd, avnrcia
1 -i f Vrrarcr KsceUAai in 01 A nraiTtW.
Itcliaal, So.! AMtMDMIj KntfA. Hn tlirv- a-l
H,r1krBrHi,l.UH litllP:DOIl.iARTSOl' huf.
T utUl'.rg 11IIHK TRET-LT-li-lt ! ijy.
Mrarrisfl" Re -i. rttrtloai UJ urt.fa aviltrd Ivrilrti lr-a
uatw ERIE K601CAI. CO., BUFFALO, M. V.
W. L. DOUGLAS
anil nthT KiMftal- :
XV t"T frf OTlrriV-aTt. I
rpt.-l. anl i
am.ionh.n-.m. .,im ... i
.1, UriH-ktuo, Xn OQliaJ
fir'"' K-TJ - -.11
LADIES, HERE IS SOMETHING FOR YOU
BEAR IX MIND THAT
H. P. PEIRONNET
Is still iu the lca.1 in the line ot lry Cootls consbtiu? of
dope do Chino, Gross (.rain, Arniure,
China and Surah Silks, (Jreiunlines Brillan
tinos and Albalros.
Cliaillcs, the hlffgwt line in town at ,rc.
7e. and upwards.
While goods' in plain, laee stripes and
iCrosslJars at 5c, 7 1 -
I DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
The latest designs in Black Lawns to be
found anywhere in the city; also the finest
line of ribbons.
I carry the largest stock of tow els, table
covers, table damasks, napkins, white bed
quilts and hosiery in Southeast Missouri,
and at the lowest prices.
Main Street, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Sprlrxg- and S"iJL3iiQ.XDCLer
Stock is now .
IN EVERY DEPABTMENT.
"Willi new anil sr.-i-rfiualilt: ;ihm1s we invite ovcryloily to come antl givo
us a f:iir show, ami we t ill convince lliciii that wp not ouly have the stock
hut that we are selling at extraordinary low price.
We show its Inrp: a line ns anyoiii- in tin; city, ami fur style, tit, finish
anil qntilitv our line cannot lie excelled, ami for prices wc defy comjictitioii.
ZD-ErST G OOZDS.
aThi line is so complete that we can not ivo you salisfaetion on paper.
The only way wt-can tlo yon justice is In come and look at the goods;
especially our Iircs (iuoils. H'e can s-hotv yon a line from the cheapest lo
the vcrv n.st lini-licil llciuictlc's. and also the uewe?t uovetlie in silks.
I.nlic ami t tetit.V line loot wear we slum- in preat v.trii'fy and only in
the hot -noils. No tra.li sold hy us. When cheap, no count shoes aro
wauled don't coiik- to us. lint il you want somelhin that will wear, give
satisfaction for l;--s iii-iii-y come a:id see it.
H-.. 1 f I -W ....
! IMHes' :nl (;;?5t,'
Kei.C'iuli--!-t!i ;! ot;r la t:o i-s.-:i
I;.iin-si1 vi:h ciKoiiirr.-. au 1 thr-iuli
-..mil tra.le. t.iivc u-a c iil.
The nil steel frame Io. 10 3Iilwaukco
Harvester is the lightest and strongest
machine made. Seven. een sold last season
and everybody pleased, iluns like a ttvo
There are no machines yet made that
can compete with the Chain Power Mower
llight Hand Cut I. 31. Oshorn.
Garr Scott Threshers and Engines and
all kinds of farm machinery. Call and be
J. M. MORRISOU,
Spanish St., Cape Ciirardeau, Mo.
1 ml SUCCESSFUL
! In the Use of CUHA.
I W9 Alone own
for all Dla-.
m.. ti..-..w...Vnprill J I
a-:KN mm k m.
I nrvrifiPFD. or iaw--!gH"i"j NO"""
I or?n.s wa
IlDtr trom FjumnscFn-jm,
FOR A LIWIITEOTIMEtBlX
If tli.:y can
mriiti,A and iTw
alloid a CI' UK 1
Don't brood ov-ryottr conditloii, nora-tretrplnflefrl I
TTf..t:ui: .i tV Vt.rst Cm baveTkh-i to our HOUEl
:i.lf,-.il.-'!. post paiil. FREE.
It.'tslK-r.nootK-clttbbstbuiLvtboU.-sappliaAca. ixiA expert-1
Or.CC inai) uiii"Hy, cij'i
success. Ems Ucdxal t'9,
2,009 References. Name
mrA nl 11.11 I P THK Wlllll.t' SIMtll TI. PKatPEIT ilFH TII
. n. . .
'"j: " HrT ana
Ue, lw, 1-
i; 10 Is a-c!ien;i as po-is'Me. an-I deal
thi i:K-:iio.I we have e-ial-IWicd a
LOUIS H. GRAES3LE,
( tllfNi:!; HAI.'MON'Y AMI sl'WU'C STI5KETS.
and Control, I
TJI K SI m
I pcmrr.tbeecorrjof their S
Iicuows antl tbe con-1
temDt of Mends and I
fcnmrmlilonH. leads w to I
rail patlcnta, I
51 lances will I
our wokdcdf UL BOOK, which we I
f.iralimi:.l t;;np. aFTlTTOJUr. I
u liuiu li;.- raocGtr OF IfJV
6t Muoasa Su Buffalo, i
this paper when you write.
BklOIITK-t TliK r.YKH.
S-WEETKN THK BBFATH.
TOJSE THE STOMA'-tl.
RRGfLATE THE I.SVKU AD BOWK1A.
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w . w w vf. j m . . a Itlw
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