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EVEEY SATURDAY MORNING,
' ;case of Fullertou against the Cotton
BEN H. ADAMS. , i lj,It Itailroad Company.
SUBSCUirTIOH BATES: " j i . i i 1
P eon-JnT . ..-,!. M.oo Iustll'e h-n'ncl married a young
11 slx othi ...
Jnrariahly in Advance.
ADTXBTISnCQ RATES I
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Iucta atMittAr.at inwrtion
Jue lach on month
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LEAD PSTTCII. JOTTESGS.
Mttmoranclnus Mads in ths Be
. portor's WandsriiiBg,
People who arc looking fnr de
sirable bnillinlts shoiihl not fat!
to attend the kale of the de.irable lots
on Spauish street on the 4 1 It day of
The Iomocrats of Cape Girar
deau township held a convention at
the court house la.-t Saturday. The
convention was not H- harmonious a
it should have been.
The 1'cpuhlicans of thN county
met in the court house in .lai ksou
lat Saturday and elected delegate to
the State. Congres-ional, Senatorial
and .Indicia! Contentions. Kvcry
township iu 1'ie county r 'pre-
euted and the best ot l'evliug prevail
ed. F. II. WcJtecke. our jiresciit ptil
lic aduiini-itrator. iil be a candidate
before the Kepulliraii lioiiiinatini;
.invention for the otliec of county
An n.-haii;" puts h (hi- way:
At MXtcei! a i ri tinists a tiadi" wi:h
toothpick rhoes and a niicrcsropic
ini-taeiie: at tnentv a chief ju.-lic"
w illi pile of tin: at twciilj-live she
will be sati-iied v. ih a eoiife man:
nt thirty a country preache r or dnctor
will do; at thirtytive. anything that
wears pants, from nn editor up.
1 he St. Louis. Cape (iirardfau
and Fort Smith Hallway Company
l:ae letter heails with a map on the
back of tliem shown, J the country
through which the road rims anil also
he country through n hi. h the pro
posed ex'cli-i.'a and braiiehe v. ill
The Mississippi Kicer i- ri-ing
mid H few iieue inches iil do lots of
ilamage tit lha wheal liv! 1- i:i the low
Ilenrr Swcime was up before
Justice Wocbke tliis morning lor
Using a knie on iVank Seijleii'M-ia
vestcrduy. lie jiaid a li:ic oi ten !-.!- .
birs alnl cost.-.
Married, at ViVr?sii!eiice of Hoc.
I F. Klost. rmann. April I'ltli. 1 :.
by Kev. Fl:u h .bart of the I.tilher-.n
Chiin h. U'illirim II. tieldinm her and
Hit l.i ua Maeke. Mr. I .ehlmaeher
5. mi has been, for seven years, an
uiphte ot this .ilii-e. and we can
sav for him that a more trustworthy
young limn -i'ii',l if found. His
bride is a young lady w ho is well .
liked by ail who know her. She is a
girl who deserves a gond husband ,
and she lues ran-'.e the selection of the j
right man. The Di;mch-i:at join-- the I
many friends nf the young couple in :
wishing them much joy. I
A prominent merchant says: "I
have sold MegriniiiK! tor over year
and guaranteed it to cure any head
ache without bad after effects and
liave not found a single case it did
not relieve. Sample tree. The Dr.
Whitehall Megrimiiie Co, South
Bend, Intl. sjold by druggists.
The river is again falling.
The I'.oarJ of Appeals is in
session at Jackson this week.
Sheriff Mierw irth is attending the
State Convention in Jefferson City.
Anton Haas is building a uice
frame nouse up oh Spring street.
Anderson Abcrnatliy is building
himself a hi use up on tiood Hope
J. C. Jennings, of Dexter former
ly a citizens of this city, was among
the visitors at the celebration yester
day from Dexter.
Of all the decorations of Main
at reel yesterday that of the Fresrott
House was the prettiest.
Hob. David AIM. ot Fiedmoni,
was in our city yesterday.
Judge K. M. Williams is going t
move te this city. His sons will run
his farm for him.
English Spavin Liu'ment re
moves alt Hard, Soft or Calloused
Lamps and Blemishes from horses.
Blood Spavin Curbs, SplinU Sweeney,
King-bone Stifles, Sprains, all swollen
Throats, Conghs, He. Save SS0 by
ate of one bottle. Warranted the
most Blemish core ever known. Sold
by Rider & Wiiicliterich, Druggists,
Cape Girardeau Mo.
The ladies or the churches who
aerretl meals yesterday had all the
people they could feed as did also our
Charley L'nuerslaU and Miss
SyriHa Uerold were nuited in mar
riage ia the Germaa Catholic Church
Taesday morning, April 26th.
The fire works last night was a
real treat to the hundreds of visitors.
CapL Hunxe managed the fireworks
illumination and of course it was a
success. CapL Huuze kuows more
about handling fire works than any
other man iu tke State.
U"tU rotumed home Irt-m
B -uton to-dav, where he had Uci a.-
a witness in the Circuit Court iu the
coupie 10 uis omcc yesieniay inoru-
ing iu just one iniuutc liy the watch.
Here is the ceremony used: -Do vou
take tliis man to be vour law lul hus.
I band? Do vou take this laiiv to be
Your wife? Then I pronounce you
Hiau aud wife two dollars."'
Megriminc is the only guarantwd
pcrmeneiit cure for headache and
ncn rnli-ia I?olipv in 0 In Sfl tiiin
. .1111 ii
utc. A crcat blood 'lc.mer and
stiiiiulnut that iu time positively cn:c.
Sample bottle tree. The Dr. Whilha!!
Jlegrmiine t o., honth Jioutl, luu.
Sold by drugjjii-ts.
Two ff our citizens becanie
angry yctenlay and ran together
big man ami a little man and we un
derstand :hnt had it not been lor the ;
interferenee ot Irirnd- the little man '
would have skinn' d his fc'iin k!fs on '
the bra-s iha( .siii l.s out so prominent
on the big man's face. The biiliL'cr-
jents were separated before auv great
ilamage was done.
The bail given by the !! I V-1
lows at the St. Charles llotei last;
night was one of u, graiides balls;
we hao had iu this city lor inanv a !
day. liveryhoily was tlien? b-nt on
having a good time and that i whatj
tli.?v had. i
With the humlred, of nconle iu
tlie citv Aisii-rd.iv and seventeen
oils running wine open n:i uax
mid all night laat night tl.'-rc w as not
Iriaik mall on our streets. I ruly,
j we an: a temperate law abiding peopl .
j - lie- itditiii:iir rod 110:11 and a
'.lackson citien were lucked up in
the city cooler Monday evening lor
fa-l dnvinir. We ar . leased to see
that o'ii ollieersare ma'.ing an effort
to put a stop to fast driving 011 ouri a w n.-,e.
!'trec(s. j i ,,i10 0t our cent - reecii'.l)'. a!
I The ISoird f Fducaiioii met;caro!d boy w p!.ic.l on the wit
Monday night and alter di po-ing of ' iicssj-I-iimI, but before he began ti
the regular b:tsincss proceeded to; testify, the d.-lci'ants' 1 01111-el oh
; ballot fit' a seliool enumerator. There ;
, were two applicants tor the positiou
W. II. Wilier and Chss. Kempter. :
j Alter balloting twenty-five times w ilh- I
j nut electing the Itoarl c.i jelo lie I t !
meet again this Wednesday evening. !
i The vote stood three ami three all
the way through.
j lion, Iiii-.us S:-.:ifor.l is the ci-'v
i iirui in this county lias j . t an
, nouneed himself a candid.-. !c. lie
wnni-to administer iuslici; Irom the
j .Indicia! I'n m h and l.e 1-ba-l.tu!
j about letting the people k'lew ii.
A genth:ii::n is l-.-re from M.
! I.oiiis talking water u t. ;r lily
I -The County Court will meet iu
regal ir scs-i in eexl M iii lii.
1 he C1.11I liiiow- i e'e i-i . : ion
w a t.ig ihiujj lor the Cape and be
sides that It pot several thoasainl
dollars in niouev into riii uhiih-tl.
Win. Mathcv.s la- s,,!,! (;iit hi
sioel; of Inn. her to Mr. C. W..li'M h.
Mr..lo-eph is a brother-.-! !.. s .L.s, ,-,.
chierof tin- l'"irt N-itioiial ISank.
Chief "nistlee I 1 in-.1: I ,;i. of
Wahot'. was in the lily to-da).
ta Monday. May :oih the xhool
Hoard will cle, t th- tciehers for Hh
pubiic si Ihh.I.s for this city.
'I'he Ja-kson public school closed
last Friday. They have school only
evc,i months iu a year, w hile wc
have nine innulhs puldic school.
The l'.o.ivd of Directors ot the
ltiiihling iiiidT-oan Association held
a meeting :if the court house la t
night and lorned out some money.
The Citv Council will meet next 1
Mon.lnv at which meeting the Conn- half hi- age. He built the college at
.. .,. . 1 ' Capr (ir.irde.iii and the old one now
cilmen-elect w,l. be sworn .1. , M;lIIill!;rlt . s,IHim!l v a, ,,!;,,,-.
take their seats. j which was built in l'.v.. forty jear.
Dr. Fnllcrton got a judgment j ago.-7
against theColten licit Kailroad Com- j -nn for iir people,
panv in the Circuit Coitrl al r.euloD ! Lrmon Chill Tmiic is more gctier
vesterdiiv lor titteen tl.ou-and dollars, j ally ' d. is more pleasant to take and
'.,,, . w - more certain to cure Hum any chill
The case will be taken to tl.e Supreme ; m;u Kt.t .,.,. yrvni,,
Court as a matter of course. (authorize the persons, whose name-
-Attend the sale of citv lols which I j"" " 'aramce each
bottle to do w hat is cb'.uii d lor it or
will take place at the court house ( (uii(, Ih(j I1(,n,.v instead of the
Mav :ld. Three desirable Spanish likening stuff voii had to give voin
street lots will be sold at public atle-l
The minstrels entertained our j
nconle a-'ain at Ihc (.en Mouse last I
night. The performance was first
class and those
who saw it were
William llegenhardt went dowiij' . ' ' ..... .
, . , ,.,'wi-doni to resort to the policy, so
,0 roplarniutrthis ,orn,i,Sto bid , .. t(, ,(motTrtrv of tleeeptU,n
oa a job or stone work. (,oliI)(MK,!llins. Tttke tlli, ,lllIlk
August Shielbine. we under- lof tlic iiiaua platform, adopted the
staud. has rented his new house cU '
Main street, lie lias noi mm any
one who is to oerupy the building,
but w e suppose it is lo be a store.
Charleston Peiiiocrat: At 4 o'clock
vrsterday morning a tired and in
nocuous procession of pleastireserk
ers wended its way from the Charles
ton depot. It was not nn inspiring
sight, aud depicted w ell how weari
some is the Kenrch for pleasure when
made by 600 people in mil way coaches
capable of seating comfortably half
that number. The procession men
tioned was composed or the Charles
ton Odd Fellows and their friends,
who had just returned from the
Auntiel Celebration at Cape Girar
deau. They report that the Cape
haudsomely entertained (he .1,000 or
fi.000 visitors who swooped down on
it that clay. "Gwiuc an' a-comiu'
offered the only discomforts of the
excursion. Trainrooni had becu pro
vided for tho accomodation or only
about one hall the excursionists and
the men-folks generally were com
pelled to staud during the three
b.gurs journey eac.li ffay.
! The Odd Fellow-' Crlebrati.-n
ai a bigger thing thau our people
j expected, but we were prepared to
accommodate and entertain all that
came and we believe all our visitors
were well pleased atiH enjoyed their
The lots to lie sold at public
auction at the court house on May 3d
arc as tine building lots as there arc
: in the citv and they are located right
. in the rc.-idencc part of the city. Peo-
j pic who arc contemplating building
' residences should not fail to attend
: 'he sale.
! A 1 the ti.-'irtiil 1..-ui-A iiifetiii.r lust
i. i ... i i i" .
night 1 lieodure )-terIoli was !.-; i
to tal.o the ccuus of the srhoi.l
chihln-n in this Scliool District.
'. I here were three applnanls lor the:
'po-ition and lorly-live bailoi.- were;
taken before Mr. ()-!er!oh was elected, j
; iaiihTiTh. I
ew-paper Foremam 'ilatikly) I'm
in an awful iox: got tv. o cuts mixed
Ot:e is a picture of mighty prettj girl,
the ot'ier atenibh homelv one. t ine
belongs to the article on society bel'i-s.
the other beltings in a patent medicine '
lverti.seiiieut.and I don't know which :
is V. hieh.
Kditor Who is the society beile? i
-M:s Huliioii." j
"I don't know her. I-; !if an heir-j
-l!ig heire-.T" I
-Worth a million." !
' i'1'' "4 I-''"""'
i- belongs to
I i':iem tm
' ;1U i)Xv to dial with them, and
ut!;er vahiabi"' medical information.
will be found in Dr. Kallmann's
great Medical Work, elegant colored
plates. S- iol thn e -J-ceiit stamps to
pay postage to A. I'. Ordway .V Co..
lio-toii. M:i-.-. and ree-ive a copy
jeeted, and would not allow him to
give his evidence. aski:ig the court to
pass oil his iniciiieiii-e and his idea
of the responsibility ot an oath.
(ueMioii him 011 iho-e points."
w as the judi
-How oi 1 are
-Nine years old."
-Work or I'l school';"
-Do both -ell papers and flowers."
Do yi. it know what an 011th is'
-1'el! the truih iu tliis ca-e. sure."
Now, ify.ui should not -:a!c tin
truth and !!: a li -. - hat w onl-1 be
10111'!? of i-m ii: ill 111 xl world:"'
The bey. filter hesitating awh'le.
-I doi.'i know v. I4.it w ill b -eonie of
:.io iu ttiis worle. let aione i!ie next."
I'loe.e,!. Mr. Attorney." said the
. ..,, i,v e- uis to have mMv
tb-irt or.litl-iry iuleiligem c." .' :. -leu
t An llit Sttilldcr.
We had the pleasure i n Ti;e- d: y
lil-iniilt-.'. th-ei i' It: l.illd-.e- ot
l!- v. Father V.Vhiom of llw-:. Mary's
e!ni:riry. : mei,i''g' Mi. ! -se-.Ji
' l.:::is!ir:n. of Cape (l irardi an. v. ho In
formed 11s that he was. her.; for t'o
'purpose f iii.-ikitnr an itt-M-im uts to
eo-iiii; -iiee w ork immediately on the
cr.'i lion ot a co'lege buildiiig at
I the Seminary, lie wa- looking for
, nn n wjiom hi: expe- ted to put to
work at mice iu geltiitir cut rock for
the foundation and to do the brick
! I:t itiir. The new building w ill be
I creeled near or on the same place
; w here tin-old one that was destroyed
' 1 .. 1
im lire s,M.u. 1
Mr. ".austiiaii is uuiie an out gcinie-;
1 man. now in hi- -sIs! year, but i- more I
active in business tlem many men ol
! sick child, this is so pleasant to take
sick child. th: is so pica:
time tor another dose. For sale by
Miller & Wilson. Cape (.irardeau and
Hen. Schwab, Dtltchlowii, Missouri
ate Ilia IHMrrm-e
The Democratic party is for Iree
I I., ..,ia sl.l..; It i ili.eiiieil
0ii,Pr dnv.thc outt oui? ot a savage tight
Wc believe that there should lie kept
in constant circulation a full and suf
ficient volume of money. ronsi-iing of
gold and silver and legal tender paper
currency, at par w ith each other.
What does it mean' Doe. it not
lack the resounding ringot an honest
dtdinr? Compare this hyprocrisy ami
subterfuge with this declaration of
the same day:
The liepiiblicsns of Massachusetts,
in htiimony with the Itepnblic.ins of
the United States, stand opposed to
the free coinage of silver.
j Or this from the Iicpuhlicaus of
i Pennsylvania: -We are opposed to
the tree coiuage cl silver, for
houcsty and courage in utterance
these sentiments cannot bo excelled.
KhrataallKDi fared im a ny.
Mystic Cure'' for Illieuiiiatistn aud
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system Is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose benefits. 75 cents. Sold by
Kider & Wichtcricb, PruggUs, Cape i
Girardeau, Me, I
THE I. 0. 0. F.
THE SEVENTT-TEIRD AKKIYEESfiET
CF AMERICAN ODD FELLOWS-
The Largest Catherine mf the Order
That Ever AiemblrU In Btoatb
A bright moriiing linrbinpcr of
ami rood nill awakened our
people to activity yetnlay. Tuesilayr
Atnl -t'th. The sweet Mentel
jzepvlirs caiiic iminimriiii from the
I , '
son'.h. toio liiiiif Nature's harp-tring
with; softest t;:nj"rs and with the
J warble of the birds- was music that
charmed the sciisis :.nd spread a
sw ert ti iendly - nob on every l omi
teunuce. We strolled forth in the early morn-
j iiii.' to sic what progress had been
I made in ilie elaln rate h eol ations.
I and wi re -ill -pri-i-il at tin- iraiisf.u ia-
te i:. i-lor liMnlc't wrti color a;
'every torn v. hieh lilie.1 the heart with
; -;!ail:icss to know that the dei:ien of
i the Cape .lpprccialed at its full value
itlie iionor that had been laid at out
j teel be lb-- time-lniTiored llrotle rhond
of the Independent Driler ot ttilii
I.y nine o'clock a. 111.. our streets
became crowded w ith vehicles of iiii
r.lini-. iroio 1 no c-eiiy carriage to
tin- i.nai uncoil, tilled with people.
n'A and oi!ii-:. wl'o c.iine to help
we'l l-. He otii ti'i'-.inl- and guests.
At 10:.o Crij.e I.oiIl'c o. it.", sixty
strong. iii;-i Sy!an l.ooge No. :?7t.
lit'i sjieiie. lern r l cn Main street
ami In a-li d I y the llnreka I'-arel.
inan lic.l to tht- depot to meet the
-pci i:.l train -lu; at 10:!i'. The :;rl.i-
lerv ei.i::j-::uy liiaile its pieces tYuh
1 1 : 1 1 1 : from tie- ::ceuuo a- raeh round
was iii-e-!. and the thunder from tin
I guns echoed and rem lu d dow n the
line oi'-'he railroad for miles, telling
tin- trav -l- is that their trieii.! ; v. ric
i:i wai'ing. The whistle sounds
I answered the rot r of the rtmttoti and
tin- niU-ie ol the band and ilie special
of eight rum in s slides up to the plat
firm. 4 iainiug an elevation we watch
ed the ihiopg as iln v stepped from
' tin- coaches an I it was an animating
slgM. The I'ro'.tierh I in their
bright uniforms, the bands w ith silver
j pice:-, al-it tt;e throngs of
y oung. ,
i handsome ami tin'-ly tlie-sed ladie
I was a sight n -ver before wila -s-ed at
the depot in t'lls cily. Marshal
A-tliol. by cxtrr;ordi:i-i;y i-ll-irt.
formcl the tine tour d--i p and ipiii kly
' l-r-iiight older from the conl'.i-'n 11.
land the thou.ir-.l peeple were inarch-
ed iu gieid or.ler to our city p:ii'i.
1 ivlii 11' the;, v. el'.: i!i ltd. 1! f"i' d:n-
' Canton Valley I.odg No. -.'. turn
Dr -soto. iiiaile ti sph-ndM appcar.-n:. e
inline. ii:ai-ehii:g with the prei i
of well drilled ..!.;:.'.-. Dirlil lad:
i I.oii-;- No. 1 . had P.il! r.::i!-.s w hil.
; Cte-.riesien. i'.;rioing!o:i ami l r. it
! iekiew;; I.o.!';is -vi :'. wei: reprc-.-ni-'
ed in the "mm-Ic. Duriu:: the j .'.:''. ii
Main -iie l wa- a i-utterii;-; ticht ot
'.i:;t:irs -if .'.' i.ieh it ;.i- i..i'.e-;;!: t---a;,
whii !i was i :. They wc:e:i!i
ge.el. :::;il v. e :i v. ell dotie.
t):i llro-idnny the deciralitnw were
, i : and we won! i 1101 like to p-:s.
iu-lp.iii tit a- towh-i hwa- lie-;. Mr
1 Wliitelaw". yard s a r -g ilar bower
of liea.fy. N M c.inii' th.- re-i-deii-
e of Mr-. Alexander if. is-, and
ihc ri-iil. e of W. V. Leech, it i
I by many. v. as lit.' l:a:i l-.iiiesi
; of all. liroadv. ay in fact wa.- tin
j nicest oe. i rated street III the city,
j At J o'clock p. 1:1. titter Mavoi
; i"i '.runnel's addre-s of u leome. the
1.1-. -.- -ii-li It -
agiin formed and
mail h up Uroadway
took the line of
lo the Norma! S-hool w here the peo
ple w ere met on the grounds ny the
stu.lt uts of that grand old institution
dr.imi i.p in double linrs throng!
which tiie procession marched int.
the Normal I li.ipi 1. w hi: h was soon
p:e ki d to its fullest capacity.
1 In 11 tli- ceremonies ot t club-rating
the 7 'rd Mini'. cr-ary ol Odd Fellow ship
commenced, and the progrtiimic
v. as tuliy carried out. Tht! declara
tion ot principles by D. K. Ilu-k. N.
(... wasveiy iinpre-siie. and Major
Dennis, for the short time he had to
prepare for the occasion excelled
At the close til the exercises a'
the Normal the whi-tle ol tne
steamer Idiewiid told the Iarj.e
crowd that .-he was here waitiiie
to give them nil cxecur.-ioii 01
the great Father t)( Waters. The
lines were again formed aud the pro
cession marched to the Levee. Tht
boat made two excursion trips up
and dow n the river giving all w ho
desired it a pleasant river ride. After
the excursion the people urolleil
about town till dark when some went
to the Opera House to see tin
minstrels and others took in the dance
at the St. Charles Hotel.
The special train that returned tin
visitors to their respoctivc homes did
not leave the depot till 1- o'clock and
thou all were not anxious to leave us.
Ail iu ail Ihc day was a glorious one
and our visitors will long remember
their visit lo the metropolis of South
For this: big day iu the Cape our
citizens are tinder obligations to
Messrs. W. V. Leech. James Mi Kcnna
and August Shivelbine. for it wa--throngh
their efforts and energy thai
the Cape was sehcted as the plate
for holding the celebration.
Rent Estate tor ftnlc.
Choiie Farms. 40 arre tracks.
Acre lots and city lots.
8 uice residences.
This properly will be sold for ha'.fJ
cash and balance tune to suit pur
chaser. Come aud see nic if you waut a
J. M. Mukuimox.
Cane Girardeau, M.o.
! l.n,t Oklatioina Boom Urr. Beads end Drslas. t9 It Possible!
Now that the latest opening of r.o-j heads are usually associated Thilcsophcrs td scientists have long
lands iu Oklahoma Territory has been j with the possession cf great intellectual tlaiiaed that the perpetual motion ma
concluded. the railroad lines which j strenfth end mcntid capacity. Ilerr chine is ea inipoEKibiiity, and now
were laden with- "boomers and
"rustlers"' going into that section are !
lulen with disappointed men and!
women coming out. Fully .lO.OtiOj
. .. .. "
lulen with Uisappoiutrrl men
women emiiinv .m I Vnttv r.t 1 K M I
people secured rights iu the new
lands, but it is safe to say that not
more than ."i.oOO genuine settlers and
tn ?n of lamilv have been able to locate
claims. These settlers represent le''-"1" , "" '"'S ucreas tr.e
.1 .... 1 r .1 1 .-
than one-half the new popu la ion.
Mauyofthem arc without means for
every day subsistence. If reports
from Kingfisher van lie relied upon
they w ill have a struggle tor life il i -
-ummer ill a couteuiiiiii with drought.
simd and hot w eather, siich as will
ills! onr -"!-ni inv f Ihem
ctns a.mo-t inipo-sil'i-! to make
lilutioas lor any e.pctiiiig oi gov -
eniuicnt land tlint is not aticuded by
llsgr.i.'.'lul scenes. riooi:s proceed
ings and the piv einptioii of hul l by
men iu tin- employ of real estate
speculators at tow n sites. The tow ns
1 'i- I ' " "I'o "
re-ervations with the cl.arac:. r -tic
names of I Ikarolicand Caddo Springs
the former of which is s-iid t resem-
l!e the appcn'Kiier of l.uiiirie 'ntliejj
early days of the ih-st 4 )kl.-.!ii;m:i land f.vu t:
1 , .-11 , .
opening, au.l to have Hilly lo.iiim.k , i. i, lr,i-t au.l t rescrvctl ia hia
wj ide.'i structures in proce-s of con-1 men .r;; if Mr. Trur.lx!, 01:0 of thees-i-trucliou.
The tho-.t-ands of di-ap-, c-.-ut--.; of the p-x-t'a will, can raLse the
pointed fall lilies who tailed to secure
fertile iatid h the ru-!i ol l.-isj week
have -till a hope iu the coining .-pi n
in of the Cherokee strip.whn.se ii.
ii'io.iioil acres may gife tlietn a chance
to steiire homes.
A I'lrii.ati, ritrin.e.
This is the verdict ot Mr. 1 W. Fall. ;
I'.'.'l .-eveiitli street. 1'adiu ah. Ivy., w i.o
-aid that i: his little girl !... I had
another eo'.ige-tive !:;! -he would
have ilied. 'I hi-- is w h.at he w rites t;s: :
-I Ii.iv u-ed your I . ill 4 hill 'I otiic
in my fm-i'y and iiti.l ii a'l you l.iiin.
I 'he medicine u.i- n bad tti-ie. but j
Is di'lii i u-ly l".. . ii -!. My little i
i!:.ugitcr. w ho siiil'ere.l fur souie tiuu-;
with chills and lever, watched Kiel
clock in leasinit :iiitieiiilii'ii of the'
next dose. Lemon Chill Tonic not
i'ti'y ii.'.- away with tin- hitter and
n iii-e.t'.itig mixture n-ua!!y prescrib
ed lor ague, but etl'-'cis a speedy tied
permanent cure. I very gladly tesilty ;
to tiie nieril of a incilii "1:;.- w l i- h I
have seen used in my family with--inh
signal succcs." Take 111 other..
I'riec .',11 ci tils. For sale by Miller Jc:
Wil-oii. Cape 4iir.irdcaii and ll n-i
SeilW.'! b. I luteh tor. 11. Mo. 1
j Mlnf .11:1 "r
I Bematnlnz naealU 1 tit in th li-t K.
J CaiMi 1i.r1.-l -:.a, cua :-.y tt .it: f -:r;i.--.
: Stala ot liwan, lur
I Al-nl i.lii. I- -J.
Ai A ..l.-is.
lelllilll' liir.I' s.
Wall, r 1 K I ly,
T X 1'. !!:u k,
i-.y ot ttij above totter
r. i e
- It" . .-.
"A :. - I--: "1." tfivtat tiateot
i:ii!-t f r ulttiin ttiiity itaya
-. t,i tii-- ! -1 tj'tt.T i;::;. z.:
.. it. t.itvi::i:. 1: il.
Tioti Siiii-loiri-it. :!. j
CUinese exel sion bill was ex- j
luallils naked iniu-ti. e llni
-lily inevpivll .:!;
. . uator t-licrm 111.
til lliitlklilg til os
want to shut lhe
the oilier t!av 1 v
It m ist have set j
: I re. makers whoi
I lihics- ok: fr-ini I
ti i eouinry etilirelv. in e-pi etive of
t'lelr rank, culture aud virtue-, to
lie .rllie ( tcr iii siatesuum say with
impressive ib-libi I'tut'.:: tliat m-vcr
iitd til re been i i: r 1 in -cd in Con
gress a bill that went to such an ex-
m me I.i its prohibition of the or.li-I
:!-irv riolits i.i' li !l il!:iuii . !
Tii.it s,i -1i a pr-ipo-al ti wilfully
violate soiemti treaty ohlig.ttioiis as
ho lieary bill proposed, could be
crioii-iy considered, fairly startled
S. uator Sherman. A letter from C.
I'. Huntington, a re; resentative ot
grct c uniiicriial interests oil the
Pacific, c. 1-1. was iei"! in the Senate
ii.d ireatcil a prol'uud impre-rioti.
That gentleman lo .scd at Chinese
'Xciiisinu purely from a bu.-im-s
standpoint tin I .iw iti it great loss,
not only lo iiMii-nortntioti i-omjciuies.
bu: t: every ikie ot iii lu-'.ry which
nay develop trade with tiie markets
if a nation of too.iii.ii.iio o. oj.le.
Tin- lii'iiiimaii and impolitic demy
nil! is doomed. The w isi r proposal
if Senator Dolph to coulinue the;
nrcsciit parlia! exelii-ioil law must !
prevali. Tito point that it docs not j
expire iu operation in .May. a- ni.-'
sed, appears lo be well taken, but
enactment of the Dolph bill now will
make that question irrelevant.
To flip PiiMir.
The undersigned lakes the pleasure ,
in noiilying the public that he is sole
agent for Cape (iirardeau District for
Dr. Fahruey's nicilicines.
Having purchased the interest of I.
I'.ctij. Milirrinthe Drug and P.ook
Store heretofore know n as the Miller
,V WiNou Drug Store, atid ai-o the
notes and accounts title the firm of
Miller & Wilson. I hereby rnnncst all
those owing the nbove tirni local!
i:nl settle their aceoiitits.
Thanking the public for past favors .
and asking a continuance ol thesatuc ;
J. Maim.:: Vv'ti.-sos.
lonnd .Vlnioit lleait.
This is the ondiiioti many persons
were iu when tlu-y comineiiced the
use of the -Lemon Chill Tonic." lint
thanks to us magic power ...c --- homo t.'U.r cn -zx ,.f eighteen
people have becu restored to perfect , y.aTji when his wife sew him .she re
health chills entirely broken; ppe-. marked! "it-one. I will have r.o Enoch
titc re-toreil, the blood enriched, the Ardea buram.-i !:-re." and Janes de
old lamiuid and tired feeling gone, paried. fccli.ig tht.t he was a bach nura-
v ...l i.;i ,.lesnnt to take is certain
to cure. Each bottle is guaranteed to
break the worst chill and with guard
ing the 7th anil 1 Ith days, will pre
vent their return. Sold by Miller ,V
let 1. f.n fv.iu flirardeau aud hen. 1
Schwab, Duttlitown. Mo.
i m.tv.r, ou uiauo tjm-
icaticn of the eracial capacity of five
j thotuend Eoldicrs at Caden, the results
j cf w!Uch he coiananicatal to tie Uer-
' . . ...... . .
man moo oi ssirncc ai iieiuciixTj, isol
the opinion that the zize of the chull
: depecus cJmofet im-.irlablyon the pro-
porti-),ls oe botly. Till men he
,,:UI-U to v1' havc lcI-lT "JraKs, or
enon, tai men, as a mir, aaaronau, nos
, , , .. .. , ,
j beiuls. I urthcr mvisstigction and ob-
j scrv3tip3 K-.tisacd Ilerr Amm-.n that
j the najority of the round heads came
1 from tl:o Klack Fon-.t; these with the
1 ,OI'g heads usually ccsnic frr.ra tlie v:-.l-
I ot t!i3 Chine, ar.d were especially
cniauM!S f"'U' tOTVCS aJ'' tr"
noiUb-jrhoixUi cf entitles of ancient
ftuniiics. From this fact il L; concluded
.r. v -i.., .1 .. ,
1 nri.-i::gl i-hubitatits of the Hkicc Tcl-
X.y. ir.d th:.t t! y v.ere driven from it
by the lir.--h.iu!l .muter-. Not only
s the tb-rstaa rntliropolo.Tist firtd a
a!n p.-l-tka t-etv.'.-oa thehii,?ht of
tl-.e C'Tr r.nd the
but ht.i olucrva: I- :ns
spe of the skull,
OV. tht no fewer
. ,h in M t...,-
- than 00 per cent, cf the men csasn-
i-il v.lu hhd Lice eyes also had fr.ir
lato homo, a little
h v.-i.r;Ii about one thousand
L.li.xi lie LV.O tllOUaall OOllUlV
1 . .
ir. m y. A.ret'y cirealuro ar.kirg for
; -.1 i'r.ti. r-, huve bcea r.ent out to
ah-.-n. Mr. Tr.-.u!ie1 says
b.-vlroo:n. where Whit-
; tl:."t tl.e C.vo
rc:n did r.ll h!.
; perl -r v.m:iM b
Lite- r v i:l, h
it-,-,,! trl ,
' plt'.i !r 1. 1;:
li fer ity work, uud tho
hij.t 11s they are. Tho
.vr"r, be .v.;mcwi-.at re
:::.' L The PhiLtdel-
ta;.-.. i. :t Vi'hif.:iun left a
f : i.::iu..":-iet:'. containing
a:: I p efry, wM h have
war. n r.- s
1 r'.'.lM I.e.i. Amorg thera
1. r--!r..:i,'-e-.,"n'(vntlv writr I
ten 0:1 the c.:i:.i.f t' :!-e.in';i:,n e:vi.is-i-tton.
Th. re were alai n.uie rrf onid
eCeet-. v.hi.h. if will, v.M-.ild !)-ir.T
large prie;Ts b-.it these w!U be lttpt in
tho old !:ou. -e.
SoMr of the r.-rc!aiiias of the census
will Ktcj-t'.e a ;,- s.l iar.y pi y!e. For
inbtanee, t'tere r.re nu.v more C113 Iialf
n milli in tthno.- l trees a-laally Iv-arl'ij
Li the luit-.-.i iitat.si; then? are huc-iln-sls
of th -.-.i-.'-.a.i e.f b-ering c:-oanut
trees: there ere r.i -re t;:an aqtiart.-rof
a milli olive t.'-. v, pr.idu -itvr fr.ilt
equal t. the b.r-t ried:t. rrr.--ti varie
tlei Ther . are :a .re than lielf a mil
lion beurin beiina plant's, 2JJ.C00
bearir-r lc;.i :i tree.. -t.el.oeJ orene
trees, and 'it.'Oi.O'J pltietipple. And
Uie rp.bie 1 t.- pi -1 and Kend-tr. .pieal
fruits er.-vrn t:n-l.-r the Ara.riean flJ
Is nearlv :." "i.r.'i.
I'-'f.vr.ti.i the c!m!i:5 '-'ratl-n build
I':g lit tio C-'!!::nl-:r;i o:.-.,o: itiitn the
largest fo:i::tr!p. la the iv.,rid will tnca
grti: ef-.i! r--::ms r.r. 1 e.-: Ite the a-hnlra-tion
of niilii-e.::; of : ps 't;:tori. It Un iw
b 'in-r e. -n-.rrtv te 1 iu IVris by S tilptor
i; .r.nh .s v. !: i:i p.c!cno-.vlc'.V:.l to
be one cf the very tr:;t cf living crtistA
The i 1. a of the fountain ia that of an
upoi he si., of r-tcni lits-rty C:ln:abia
tin 1 wiil tel e the s!:r.pe f n ttiumphal
b.T.s.rv. j-::il I 1 ; T'v.no, heralded l y
Fa:... . r.nd n we 1 t y 1 i;-ht r.l.m.ling f.f
nr. r; ?r. :t-::? g on ne side the ::rt t.
I r.i.ili :i 1: 1. : :. .1. neo. mtiusiry, cgri-
cullure p'-i-.i c.:::i:.i.-r.. j.
.? to that K-.tv.r.tr?.
'A th ri.untrv uLy
fr. r tii fr n: y f a
lie raya the ei:t
tri.-f ,-:-vt" :--!-.
h -i 1 U . n il.
f r v
..v : 1 by a hundred nppli-I
i. ii ..;T, iss.l M,.r-tr '
IV - i
it'.K at '.
lvtive i;-ght ci
th.e few Araeriems Irving tht re
!:ns i.i- r.e p:vve:,te:l cbi-jltite tuuering
frlechof f v d.
t :-."' I
1 mtt:h tr.ttlt,
people get too
there is n th-
fti. :.:..: able
r.it t ih'.n.-
LT.'nr'ti;;! to the
.v;: r is l)r".(l an.l
v.; i:: t' rrt-tl: r thfre
V.nil thT.-.?'TV's In
'f:it rnJ bcant cf
vi( 'ih, a.i i .::.;.
Pltoi-i r. -.vl: f il1 iv.- I-.ion's foibles
in ttltn. st ev.-rytliiug hare just leam'-d
llu.t a i-.bi h'. t of hhte or white Gaant-l
i: therr. ;k r p rt.-ci,t for a p -t tleg
t.hih i.t l.r' nhthtst. 'i h.y ul:- oitvrt
tli-'.t a il -'.' . 'I1! I: v.-i at-; a collar lief.-re
no ci rhif ;' i 1 1 -' s-li:.T. fe! i-hould
1h- I r.iii l::-! fi n tht: circles of the
cnri:ic fe.t:r hundissl.
A Cinci:;n.-.i f -"rl re-enfy refused
the Land and t'.le f a Hnngariaa
eocnt crdess be lieer-ltie an Ameriv-a:i
citLtca. Saeh a girl t'estrv.-s a li.ttcr
fate than to Ikv: ir.c the Iriilonfii'ith-d
forci;-:: r, even i.h;;i:l.l fe bceeme a citi-
zon of the l'uitv.1 Stat.-s. There urc
pttnty 01 r.'l'.ty-matie .ltpcrt:ar.s vt te
A rNiol'E v-intribiitioa wes reeently
dis sLventl nftT tl.e cr '.hvtion hi.d been
iiiii.- in a Itrooklyn chiin-li. It eoa
sisled of a ueeil to r. 01: sc. a lat :h-l;ry,
braet'lcls anil ean-T:v i. r.ovl wa:- intend
ed, as the woraia sr.i-1 tvh.o L.Je the
u a Leun oifer-.n r
Tm? advantage td a thk-t; sire 11 was
manifcsUil the ether tluy at Cant-in,
Miss. A c-uple t-f tlrrk"-. s lx"'eme en
gaTetl in a riti'.rv 1, t:.td ce dre-v a re
volver anl Lint the other, who in-tr.i;t-
,y (iroj.j ;
a iog It w.s tho-eght
,L bat thei'.i: -.-overv was
that he v.uti de
j made that he was merely stunned. The
I bullet had flattened itself e-ra:nt,t his
j forehead, and in a few m-jnicnts he wat
walking uround ne.h'jrt.
TiiKttE ore sone pci pie who can't ap
preciate p-v.-try The o'hor day a for
mer re-idi nt of I'lvmonlh, Pa., returnetl
wr 6ur- enoii-,iL
I-ECE-tT investigation his shovm that
the amount of tannin, which is the
noxious clement of tea. is f r. i.i three to
Sre times as gret ia the Itengr.l and
!cn. i -eey'-on leaf as iu the Chinese. Th" at
, I tention of ti e nic .: .1 1 ..-.,:ou in
1 Aei-.i. .3 .-..ed ti - ihii ii-t
ercryofKiy neotne to agree with them.
But Emerson said that whenever man-
kind nnivorsally n-Treed that a certain
thing was impossible, sooebodv Vvould
inland tlo t'-.at thi". Sot'ierelsa
man in South Katota who claims to
have invented th pcrpctual-iaotion ma-
1 chine at this age of tha world, when
both philosophers and foes unite In de-
eionng 11 tmnossimc. ine Mt- raul
iiailv liloix? in wntirg or t:iis Dan and
.. ; . 0
his invention savs:
j P. C. .Mattox." of riclraont. In the
riacl; Iiill. ii just now an Important
pxrwnage in an Smth P.akotx
It l.xiki as thotigli l!r. Mittlos had su
?c.ih-.!, iir.pr.il -.b;.- as it may Ss-crj, ia
, aim? KT-elnal motion,
I A writer who re.-er.t'y ins,e-.-t-d the
is a wr.l'-in K-rin thirteea feet Ion;,',
provided v.-i;'.i a d -hM j tra-lt, oa which
nil's a b .il v i hrlor 'f cne Imni"rel
pour.di tn the ore i-ide, atta.he.1 to
either end. are levers carrj ittg w eights
3f tK.at t.ventv-f.ve p-.tirit. Oa the
nppiisitt- side are lever., with weights of
tj-n nem-i'-i tile v-fi-.l-fi-l Ii-t.-n nw
so eonatruete," ca to ts.- in strain as the It Is confidently asserted thatfjhlcago
ItiM raf.t. from or tre..!; to the other. 3 to t chaperoned: thst after fifty
ondtlistb-'.r wei.-ht mises the beam, , yers of Independent, nnmatrontod ex
the grade of the t-.e!:s on th two f ides jtenec it Is to be bronrrht to a recoenK
being sueli that a f!i 'nt raising of the
beam starts the ball on the return track.
1 l .1
f.s iiiu null i. 3 ir iiriiu ii-iiAi uuc
I , ' . ,.' , , .
1 1.1 u. ix in-- iiuivi iii-j 111 u
second it i. su- pcndeil. do-.-s njt tou--h
; either trpch. and I ere I., v. here the lever
I appears to get in its wor!:. It ran eon
i tinuor.r-ly for fifty hours ard wes then
. stoppeiL A corapariy of profcs:irs fnra
i Hot Springs waU-'ie-.l it for twelve
: hour, ami left, v.e'l satisfied v.ith tho
I workings of the cia 'bine. In this
j nuxlel, with a lieam oi thirteen feet and
i a hii:i1reil--;t:nd luiil. a weight of sixty
j pounds vxs attiiehed :.ixteen incites fn.m
; tho fuk nn:i. en 1 it did not impede tho
i speed cf the machine a particle.
Mr. Met-'X Is a pr.:"tical, hard
working funn.-r, cud his :.eaivh f.ir this
long-u.r.ght power did not atTeet his
brain, nor has bis apparent success
turned his head, lie states that hedocs
r.t t titjiect a fortune out of his dis
covery. The r.'ccil of the Here.
Nothing i.i truer than that those who
are passing through the Cres of ad- j
versity nts.il every expression of help
ful sympathy from tlu.se upon whotn
such truils have not fallen. Itttt this 1
truth d.H-3 not negative the ominous
truth that there i-. r.uth a thtne ,.s pass-
lr.(f through the fires f pm.perity. In
some way. sagely ..!:. n-.-s the Sunday-
t.Iiool limes. tl:e vi-tm-.s of tliesc lat-
ttr fiivs ere in danger of being reared
to an iincorsvu-ns insoia.iWlity. There
ia iuihttl no condition of life in V.hicli
one is not in one kind of Ccrv trial or
aiKithcr, rnd the whole human race is
r.t till times in recti of the help of sym
pathetic assistance f.im iuiliviuual to
Tuf.re is not mueh cneourag-eaier.t
I tick! ont to pres.rvers of htir.i.in lite lit
.lie V -le.stii! empire. Should a man -
China be unfortunate enough to save
the life cf another from drowning lie is
vaiidtcd with the expense of supporting
the saved one for the remainder of that
Have just returned from market with ono
of the most complete stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Ever brought to this city with all the new
and nice styles. Give us a call. We
will please you in every department
with low prices.
"Wo ixraiit sro-CLr 1?rad.e-
Solonsack & Stratman,
taa m tJ J a SB
Mmmz mmmm mm
No. 1 South Main St.,
IF VOU WANT A THRKSIIING OUTFIT TO
5)0 l$M 2D 3 W0fK
And easy to handle over rough roads, it will pay you to examine the
fjew fjcnanza f UrssSiEF (f oMnson Engine.
We also make a First-class Saw Mill.
For particulars write to
ROBINSON & CO., Or, PETER HOELLER,
Richmond, Ind. Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Thr Lore of Wori.
Does anybody really liko bard workV
Many of us ere ready enough to tas our
minds or osr msvles to the ttirtobt tof
a certain object, bat it Is the object wa
love, not the labor. If wo could obtain
i tho end wo cvc without cicrtioa,
I which of us would toil and sweat as ft
, . i . it . 1 i
i""""iKwK nora-iurcvivj, u
;Wasoceof tie hardest tror'cere of his
: Jn-V ""-" "Teseration, ased to ray that
1 nine-tonths cf those who profess to be
"""amortHl cf wcrk are mere hypocrites.
Had it been otherwise, says tie New
I Yoris Ledger, the ml ti vat ion of the soil
i wonld net have been Imposed upon hiia.
os a penalty f r his disobedience. He
wa-. ju!tc tr.ken abae!i when toW that
he must live by the sweat cf his face,
lie r. cul.l have preferred the life of
pentVmtrn of leisure, and tnest oflils
ilesecnriaiitr, tote efter hia in this par-tic-.ilar.
Nevertheless, wc toil with an
enerpy and pcinevert aee that do honor
to our shall wo say our greed? But
mar!; oar cn-rirg. All the time we n
inventing labor-savinff machinery, man-'
I rfactr.rintr dnmb slaves to do our bid
ding, while we look on and admire thcif
ti. r,-,mn,.fie. u rrtna mn4
; p.ri. thorn nnnmtMrtnl
women visiting the city, it Is claimed,
need no longer tnake dubious esperl
mcnts In rooms and board on their own.
responsibility, find their way through.
Chicago streets unattended, or extract
melancholy pleasure from a Solitary
scat at the theater or opera. Ilence
forth. It is now said, they will have an,
opportunity if they choose to aclraowl
dl're their helplessness and avail them
selves of it by plain themselves under
proper escort from the time they enter
any one of the railway stations until
they leave the city. Their rooms. If
they take the trouble to announce their
Intended trh.it, will lie engaged for
them; their bagr-arre will be taken cam
of, and they will be shielded from tho
1 many tlifdcuitics and petty annoyances
that ordinarily beset traveling feminin
As a result of a benighted condition
of mind Inhuman cruelty Is too often
practiced in this enlightened country.
t 1 -ii. . m .1. . . i.:i.i
j i iinrriiiiv 1 ii.se ui irrurjtjr to u triuitt
toon place in rtymoutti, l a., tne otaer
nilit. A Polish n-oman pave birth to a
. chiI(1 whil.h a freak cf rha
cv,n1 W3S developed, but had six
on wn katl)1 ar.,x sijI toes on
' e3..h fi)ot Tno roIish mi(hvifc became
' iuitc alarmed at the curiosity and ic-
formetl the father thct in order to save
the little one's life the extra fingers and
tiH-s should be qnickly amputated. Tho
father got t ) work with a sharp jack-
I knife and was not long in severing the
1 extra fingers and toes from hands and
, feet. Tho operations were performed
successfully. The little child's wounds
I were dressed and the blood stopped.
! The Ilt-rrrshons, ot Fiovidcnee, ft.
I., have launched a yacht for E. D.
I Morgan, of New York, which is con
tracted to steam twenty-seven miles an
hour. As the Juvelia. which is the new
boat s name, is only ninety-eight feet
long, a tive-dny transatlantic steamer
on-rbt to be in the rantre of possibility.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
I i-r.Ftit Tiift roMPI."ltiv.
vtvitPTr-t r-f. nrtT't.
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