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EOFLE'S TAPER ;
OScial Organ of the Tai-Payers--
CA.PE GIRARDEAU..,- MO.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 189
The Democrats are Mill killing
niggers tluwu ia Arkansas.
The weakness of the People's party
Ss dwai by its not carrying a single
county ia Arkansas at the recent elec
tion. The "Populists'' are going the
way of the old greenback party.
AV"hei M.-. Lease, the eloquent
Farmers' Alliance orator, undertook
to speak at Macon, Gs, with Gen.
Wearer, the People's Party candidate
for the Presidency, she and Mr.
Wearer were rotten-egged by a crowd
of Democrats, who broko up the
meeting. "No Force bill; no Negro
domination,'' aad ao free speech.
It was eminently fit that Cleveland,
the British free trade candidate,
should mako bis bargain with the
llill-Murphy-Shechan machine in a
hotel named after England's sovereign
and using the royal crest and insignia
oa its aiationery and as its chief
decoration. There's not enough
Americanism about the Democratic
ticket to suit patriotic voters.
General Sickles, on tho floor of the
Chicago convention, declared that the
25,000 Democratic ex-soldicrs in New
York slate will never vote for Cleve
land. Every Grant! Army man in
New York knows that this is a fact
And 25,000 votes taken off the Demo
cratic column and added to the Re
publican one will give New York's
electoral vote to Benjamin Harrison.
That old Democratc war-horse, E.
W. ltusacll, is receiving the support
of the Southeast Herald, the paper
published in this city by a colored
man. Mr. Russell is a shrewd poli
tician. He understands every detail
of a political campaign. He has held
office all bis lite and be knows where
and when to drop a nickel in the slot
and be ia always ready to drop the
nickel into the machine that will
make Russell music. This accounts
for the JleraUt music for him.
Judson Randol will not have to do
a great deal of hard work in this
campaign. His opponent is not a
popular man. He has been running
for Sheriff for the last ten years and
at every election he is defeated. This
ia Mr. Raudol's first race, but be is
no stranger to the iteople of the
county. He has been deputy Sbcrifi
for a number of years and he has
made an officer of whose record the
voters of this county are proud. He
will be elected Sheriff by a big
There was manly tenderness and
pathos in the President's telegram to
Capt Palmer, Commander-in-Chief of
the (i. A. K to the effect that Mrs
Harrison's illness detained him in the ,
North Woods. President Harrison
bas in him to a marked degree of love
aud sympathy for his old comrades of
the march and field now assembled iu
Washington. His eloquent comment,
in his recent letter of acceptance, on
the claims ot veterans on the ntionj
waa an outcropping of this spirit:
"The ear that does not listen with
sympathy and the heart that does not
respond with generosity are the ear
and heart of an alien, not of an
We commend to our free trade eon-
temporaries a more careful study of
their own telegraphic pages. Edi
toriallythey apparently do not know
that there ia any tin plate made in
the United Males, while the news
columns convey the information that
the American tin-plate works at
El wood, Indiana, have a large and
costly plant, aud are manufacturing
tin-plate at tho rate of 2,5000 boxes,
or six car loads, per week. They
also discovered that 75 per cent ot the
men employed in the works "are
killed laborers, who earn none less
than 92.50 and none more than $10
icr day." Tho world moves, and
even the free trade editorial writer
will be obliged to progress a little.
The Census office has published a
valuable bulletin on the condition of
agriculture in the arid elates and ter
ritories, and the result of irrigation.
From this we find that nearly 30,
.000,000 capital is invested iu pro
ductive irrigation, and the returns
have been over 965,000,000, or over
218 per cent The cost ot the irrigat
cd farms was about $77,500,000, and
their estimated value on June 1, 1890,
was nearly $297,000,000. In other
vWsrds, the irrigated lands arc now
worth four times their original cost
There m still an enormous area capa
ble ot similar improvement by irriga
tion, and only the great cost delays it.
It appears to us that this would be
an invitiug field for the investment of
the many millions ot idle capital there
,bxj in this country.
Senator Carlisle's warning to Sena
tor Hill that no matter what the latter
might do for Mr. Cleveland he would,
in the eveut of the tatter's defeat, be
.charged with the responsibility for it,
is confirmed. Senator 1L11 spoke for
.Cleveland on Monday night and on
Tuesday the Mugwump Evening Pott
.declared that. Hill was largely re-
. sponsible tor Labor Commissioner
Peck's tariff report, and that he knew,
week Jo advance of the publication,-
.of the, report, and from Peck's qti
lips, -the qffect and tendency of the
, statistics already gathered. The Pott
inltimats that Hill's failure "to put in
suggestion of delay .was malicious."
Senator Carlisle knew what he was
Iu liii. 6I1CUCU 1:1 tiiis cily stone
used Warucr'a Dame st-vcu hundred
linics in fortv minutes.
A' cxtliB''e lieaiU an artid-.
--Dcniorrats, Stand Tog athcr." 'That',
what the Democrats, hare been doing
tver fcince I860.
The Chicago Utrnlttt Democratic
alitor describes Mr. Cleveland as 'a
man who gets msslied on men," and
he might have added "chiefly on him
The Democrats have rotten-egged
Geu. Weaver out of Georgia and now'
they propose to tar-heel him out of '
North Carolina. "No Force bill; no
Like a land circns,"stonc, the Dcm-
ocratic candidate for Governor, rolls
over the country and fools the peo
ple wherever be shows himself. He
dare not visit the same town twice.
The British Inspector-General of
Bankruptcy attributes the increase in
the number of failures since his last
report to the operation of the MrKin-lt-yacL
How Cleveland aud Steven
son would run in England this year!
If the free traders succeed in put
ting Peck behind the bars it won't be
the first time a man has been locked
up for telling the truth. English
history during the reign of the tyrant
kings was full of snch contemptible
It is pleasant to read that an Amer
ican lady connected with the missi n
at Taurus stood supreme and noble
in the recent cholera panic and saved
tho lives of hundreds of sufTeriug
Persians by her nursing and her ex
ample of patience and bravery.
Some of the Democratic organs are
quite convinced that the recent Grand
Army encampment in Washington
was merely a big Harrison campaign
movement The same organs doubt
less regard the war fur the Union as
a mere Republican dodge.
Talk about the bloody shirt Stone
waves it wherever he goes. His abuse
of Warner and his waving of the
b!ody shirt is what bis friends call
Democratic argument. That Stone
is a scrub every intelligent man
who bean him speak is bound to
The friends of the Hon. Marshall
Arnold in Scott county were disgust
ed with Stone before he had half fin
ished his speech at Bentou lat Tues
day and manr of them left the
grounds cursing the Democratic party
for nominating snch a man for Gov
ernor. Marsh Arnold's friends are
Stone is not finding the Southeast
as solidly Democratic as he expected.
Everywhere he speaks he finds that
he is talking to as many Republicans
as Icmoerat8. Public schools and rail
roads arc enlighteuiug the poplc of
Southeast Missouri and as they grow
wiser they leave the Democratic ranks
a ,d Join the VT ot I'""58-
American protectionists set out to
get a larger share of the markets of
the world, and the Sheffield (Eng.)
7'elegrapk, in a lament over the
McMiuley act, says we are getting it
It says of the markets, other than
England, which we have "seized," that
we havo made it "worth their while
to give up British trade." Yet the
Chicago platform reports that reel
procity is a "sham."
The Democratic party is talking
about tin plate now just as it talked
about steel rails when only 2 per
cent, of those used in this country
were made here. Now the United
States mtko more iron, more steel
aud more steol rails than Great
Britian. If the Democratic party
kept out of power the United
States will make more tin plate than
Great Britian; and the 250,000 per
sons needed, taking workers ami their
families, to make tin plate, will use
up the wheat the Democrats waut to
Certain it is that in the last cen
tury the average age of man has ma
terially increased. There isn't
clever actuary of any insurance com.
pauy who will uot say that the insur
ance companies have advanced inc
average age in the last century from
five to ten years. Washington states
men, however, live no louger than
they did in the time of the Jefferstns
aud Adamses. The Potomac flats no
louger thrratcu their lives, for the
flats have been clcaucd up. aud uiias-
, is nearly as much ot a rarity in
the capital city as it is on Mt Wash
ington. It is probable that the reason
can be fotiud in American habits, uot
ia the American climate.
A sound and strong statement of
what is right and why it is right, of
what is wrong, and why it is wrong,
is a most needful fonndation for auy
other moral or religious training that
may follow with the young. From
the lack of this plain and reasouablo
knowledge comes ninch of the confns-
ion of mind which fails to detect the
sophistry with which sell-interest will
plead against the calls ot houor aud
of duty. People drift into wrong-do
ing of every kind tar oftener than
they deliberately plunge into it. aud
the lack of a clear conception aud a
thorough comprehension of its nature
from the beginning is frequently the
Xa-ly Mai lltleM,
bot I couldn't help It Everything
went wrong with me, and I thought
I hadn't a fncud in the world; dys
pepsia caused this, and for months I
couldn't eat anything, and jost suffer
ed in misery till I used Sulpher Bitters.
Three bottles cured me. D Lewit, 22
Botcdom Strttl Jfoeton, ittm.
One Ty oue tlic oid eotiiniaiiU,T3
are going to the hoal mutter roll,
.Tnat an Ihn errand pnrainnmplit is
breaking away at Washington comes
those who held hi,
tvar the Union.
;li command in the
General Pope has.
been much less conspicuous since the
war than many of his old comrades
of less rank, lie died in the Soldiers'
Home at caudm-kv, Ohio, at the age
ol 60. Pupc was not a great general,
and his command of the Army ot the
Potomac xch not successful: but it
nM i,, msije c:csr. jnce tDat time
fuat i,c was not wholly responsible
for llie failure, and his career as corn-
n ander of our principle force ended
houorablv, if not brilliantly. Few
w hi,n h ncA
. e did, in both the Mexican War
and the War ot the Rebellion.
Ill's aenfeaue rfrai ir.
The speech of Senator Hill iu Brook
ly dealt exhaustively with the free
trade plank of the Chicago Conven
tion. Hill must be credited with
having more courage than most of
his Democratic associates. While the
free trade crowd, which insisted that
Cleveland would l the party plat
form and that tariff reform must be
the greatest of all issues, have, in fear
and trembling, put the tariffaside and
sneaked bchiud the silly issue of "the
Forco bill," Senator Hill boldly de
clares that the free trade platform is
risrbt and that the Democracy must
stand by it.
But bow does Hill stand by it? II
admits that the Chicago platform de
clares that the protective tariff is a
robbery, and is uuconstitutionnl, and
he says that the government has no
right to "aid private industries." In
the very next sentence he swallows
his words, anil says that the govern-
incut has a right incidentally to pro
tect the American manufacturer and
theAmericau workiiigman, and that
the Democratic party wants free raw
material to benefit the same manu
facturers whom he affects to despite.
In brief, Gov. Hill is in favor of the
free trade Chicago plank as it stands.
but thinks it would be better if it
were amended, and finally repudiates
it entirely and offers one of his own
which favors encouragement to pro
ductive industries at home aud just
compensation to American labor. It
took nearly an hour's spcechmaking
for the Senator to follow this devious
and winding path, which finally land
ed him squarely against free trade,
and iu favor of Republican protection,
which he affects to despise.
Never did any political acrobat r.t
tempt a more wonderful feat of ground
and lolty tumbling, and while thought
less men applaud, those who think as
well as read must be lost in amaze
ment over the wretched performance.
"watorly Ocioircm the Ire Trad
The New York Prent publishes
the following in its editorial column:
"Master Workman Terence V.
Powderly bas exposed very promptly
and effectively- the demagogic dis
honesty of the Democratic National
Committee in claiming that he was
on the side of Cleveland and free
trade in the present campaign. Mr.
Powderly declares that although he
has always been a Democrat, he is
not a free trade, and that he proposes
t' support the candidates of the so
called People's party rather thau vote
for the caudidalcs of the party that
would throw down every safe-guard
of American industry and bring the
American workiugiuau iu direct
coiupetion with the pauper luborerof
The chief fault, iu fact which Mr.
Powderly has to find with our pres
ent system of protection is that it is
not radical enough. He would not
only maintain the tariff, but would
like to sec a stringent restriction of
immigration in force that would have
the effect of keeping out most of the
foreign workingmeu who come to the
Uuitcd States for the sake of better
ing their condition. Iu speaking of
the action of the Democratic National
Committee in circulatiug ccrtaiu sen
tences from a re ecu article in the
fioilh American Hevieic as proof that
be was opposed to the protective
tariff, the executive head of the
Knights ot Labor says:
The only reason why the National
Committee makes use of my words is
to catch tho votes of workiugmen who
let their thiukiug out to others to do,
aud who, it is supposed, would be in
fluenced more by what I would say
than by what they would know them
selves, and, if tho 'solemn seuse of
duty' still actuates Mr. Cleveland, he
docs not want such votes. A partv
which seeks to obscure its villainous
declaration in favor of wildcat banks
behind a whirl-wind-dust kind of a
tariff discussion must be iu sore
Valuable farm lands, city lots,
houses aud farms lor sale lr llecd &
Astliolz, I teal Kstate Agents, C'aic
A fine two-story brick dwelling
bouse, northeast corner of Independ
ence and rouutaiu streets, titv of
Cape (iirardeau, Mo.
A good frame house aud lot, south.
east comer of lot Xo. 24, rauge F
60x127 feet in src, 4 rooms, 2 kitchens,
cellar, smoke house, well aud cistern,
stable aud corncrib, all kinds of fruit
trees, City ot Ca)e Girardeau, Mo.
House and about two acres of land
in north part of the City of Cape
Lots 9 and 10, block 1 of Giboney-
Uouck's 2nd subdivision to the City
of Cape Girardeau, Mo.
House and two acres of land on
north Sprigg street, Cape Girardeau,
Lots 7 and 8, block 1 of Ciboncy-
, Hoiick's 2ul subdivibjou lo tLe City
of Cape uirarucau, Mo.
I A nint niirt ktnrr l.riL hnn mi lnt
So. 25, in range A, City of Cape
300 acres ol bottom land in section
21 and 16, range 11, township 27,
Stoddard county Mo., I 1-2 miles from
Ardcola on the Cotton Belt R. R. and
Poplar Bluff 11 11.
900 acres in section IS and 18 town
ship 29, range 12 -cast, near Cotton
Belt R. It and C. G, St L. & F. S.
it it Cape Girardeau county. Mo.
120 acres of section 9, township IS,
range 5 east, in Greene county, Ark,
above Gainesville, bouse, bam and
orchard a bargain.
For a limited time 3 lots iu Mc
Cleau's addition to the City of Cape
Also lots 1, 2 and 16 of Ueudcrsou
addition to the City of Cae Girar
dean, all fronting on hprigg street
A -1 room irame house, stable, smoke
house, cistern, a good orchard, about
two acres of gronnd.
For terms sec Reed & Astholz,
Real Estate Agents.
Notice of Sale.
rOTIl E If hrn-br rlrrn that I fci-Te thia day
hM hit eutlr- .tuck of jpmmIn. hmti and
HM-rciiarfliM. notr. and account to Htiartta C.
sjhI Roafaa NoctilnrtT. The hBftinra will lie
eonttMBeJ hy the above namcl pareha-T who
--Mliiie all liabilities lor jruoite. warn and TO -
amlirr and onlloct all acrooiita a aotrs
whatsoever doe me.
An. 22, feui HasiiAS Xoaxiaoaa.
a I ankle tni-nt Land For Hale.
Son a err bottom I ami, one half clearr ami an
ner cultivation Kaniiiajr water, two srtitj
that never jret ilry . Our awl a half mile front
Artlenla, on the cotton Belt Railmail and three
iuarten of a mile tr the Hloomtleld aitd lo,
lar ItlulT Branch Railroad. Keiujc i-etion il
and l. Tnw-ntthip 7, ICunge II, in Stoddard
Count t, Miflftonri.
Utu at Astiujlz, Real Kstate A sent a,
( ai lair&rdeau. Mo.
AIM I NHTR ATOM'S NOTICK.-Sntioe ia
hereby Kiven that by virtu. of a.) order of
th common Pl-a I'o'ort of Cape Girardeau
cou ity. MiMtVHiri, I. the uwlersijrtied fublic
Alminitrator)fftaideoa:itvt hsvt onthe S7th
day of Srteniler, liW, taken chance of the. ea
tate of Lydia Kenfroe deceased, fr thrarpoae
of arlniiiiintfrinjroii a me.
All ptrttoua ha vine claim r train aaid efttate
are reifuireu ioexn;o.i mem u mm ior allow
ance w ithin one vt ar from th date of aaJd let-
ttTi or thvy may be rechiilfd from ay benellt
f Mich ate: and if ail elalma h not ex
hibited within to yeara from the date of the
puhliratiou ol litis uolic-f- tliev will im mreve
oarreti. r . 11 wm.i r.i its.
vctiiil lublie Administrator.
Valuable Farm and Timber Land far
Reed A Astholz Real I-Mate Ap-nts.
The .South hair or tin North east quarter and
the West half of the Southeast quarter of Sec
tion 1.-4, Township j, Kanre 12. l(o acre.
The X rtheast quarter of the Southca
quarter of Section 13, Township i, Haiitre 11
AIm lt t of the Korthweat quarter. Lot t ot
the Kouthwebt tuarter. Section J, Townsliii
Jt. Ha nice li. Kast on C'ottonbelt It R. and
Cape G St. L. A P. S. K. It. Cape Girardeau
F. A. KAGE,
O Ire a the Star Stable, Sjulah Street,
Physician and Surgeon
OUce in rearof Tneker'a Dtu; Store, corner
ol Independence ami Spamtih Strecta. Caiu til
aanlcau. 3,-Npeeiai attention given toSureiy
ritu ifiaeaaeaoi reniaiea.
Brooks & Quinn,
COMPLETE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
1RS. W. SCHHADrE,
A Graduate, with bonont. of the ft. TxhiI
School o Midwifen-. ami the only rraduate
.Mni-wtle in Cape OiranlKau. Kt-Hiaencj on
lielvifw street, iwcdnorseaa of sprijcj? tttmet
XBS. ELIZABETH ROTH,
Iteaidenee corner Harmony and Middle street
VHAOrATF. OF THB
St Iouis rlKMiI of Mid-Wives,
Twentv-flve veara experience.
Clr-Ail calla promptly attended ujr 10 Smi
N. L. COFER.
Contractor and Builder,
Would reMkrctfnllY inform tin nahlie that ht la
prrpi.rc-j u n an kinds m work in nla litre, and
that in the future h will allow no competent
WJrainan w uiHieroia mm.
J. 31. MORRISON,
OF ALL KI?iI)S,
Spanish Street, Cape Girardeau. Mo
I will fuml?h pine Joints and all muirh lumber
mrqi.t per i.w any wnere in ine city limit.
KlooritiK ami ceiliiiir rhcapt'T than ever fMM )p
tjjircit. im nvi uut Hii.ii you K" mw pnotf
Reniembur no dravaiee on my lumber.
L. P. RUFF,
1 V T ' X. 4a
7 aJ3 .. '
CAPE GIUAKDEAU, MO.
ATtflleial Teeth on GnM. Sflvpr nr Vnlmiiil
bae- from our tooth to a roll art. I'ivot Ui-th
Gol.l. sjl.fYand Powlaln crowna, nioaiitf4
on the faK of tiatnral terth Forr U.Oi(l
Nitrfa. u&ilt' tilw for the painlfM tractioa
of teeth. All work warranted to cive natiffae
tion. Charges rcaMmable. Kineen ti-ui
prartiral enrtence. onlee xnat.ir. i nltuUiiej
.iu. ... njt , iMHa uiwuwn .1111 otaiiwirert.
ADDLES AXU COLLARS.
ALAO ItlCALKH IS
And all other vehicles.
I guarantee all my work nrst-elaae and
pneea aa low aa any hoaHt in the city
abow the larimt and beat line of MTUUIES and
CA ICTS in town, and irnaraiitee eTerj thinjf aol-l
ay me in that line, ltelore purehaaiuie lo mj
.lie fin me a sail and eooTlnee yonnelr.
Corner Harmony and Sprigg aUerta.
For the convenience of formal
Students we bare established
Store on Hroadway, between Middle
and Frederick streets '.where the
students will tind a full supply of
We also keep a full supply of flrst
class groceries; all ot which we sell
at a low profit for cash. Come and
see us, we will treat you clever. ' '
Henry -If ussbaum
UPy UOOQS Elld tirOCGTlCS
-. UOOD nol'K SIRWI.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
.faring moved Into tot lan? and r!etrnt r.rw
rtore house aittijant rt,iti a nrw nlork f
fail drv jfoo It a-iJ wcfui:ialrle tffT'rtT.ti. I
My to tW (Hil'ltr tit at I ant prv parr, lo ahow
thrra a nice fromit. aa anv ik-aler tit the city.
Prier reasotiablr a anvbthiT otoiv ia thr rily.
CtMHitrjr prodnoe bought ani aoM. aetl
GILBERT" H7 W.LS0N,
(Scccsssoa to lUrrof a Suiixlt.)
O.N THE I.KVKK,
CAPE GlKAUDKAl", MISSOURI.
KEKI-S A FULL LINE or
Staple and Fancy
Uivr particular attention to ttu ahlpplng
and n?m(E or rrrtjrni ana goou 01 an sum.
HitttjeviTal year tiim.ce In thla bnMnra
will enable him to piTt aatinfartion to all
psttrona. Jl alo keep a frod BMortrot ol
:ras and other Held aerd . I le nolle. ta and will
erHlearor to narrit the liberal atronjre ot thia
eommanitx. ept 4
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest Impiei Eoller Prcccss.
Ilarin adopted the Uoller Pntor?, we are
now prepared to make flour of the ttneat tcradea.
A trial of our Roller Procean Flour will eon
Tiuee you that It ia the beat Floor made.
IVE I'M A TRIAIj
STEiefi BROS.. ProB'rs.
CAPE Cillt AKDKAl". MISSOURI
L. D. Wolford.
. -s. .-
SoCTII U' l"NTK St. Ciiaklu I1iTL.
C'aic Girardeau, Mo.
FINE LIQUOHS A SPECIALTY.
Extra Fiuc Lunch every Saturday
fiy-.Iiig Business a Spccialty.-Qa
BIU BAKUA1XS AT
II. A. LEHER'S
LA KG EST Mock anJ chearefcthouae in South
Roofing and Guttering.
CAPE GlKAUDKAl:. MISSOURI
fa. W. 51 ILI-KR, Prop- r
Ituleptndtmce Strftt Cuje Girnr-
Fine Wtnea, Whisklea. Itramliea ami Clears
MeKrair'acelrhrateil w hiaky alwayaou tian-i
r nn iwaiwavaon tap.
0"Kineer Luisch every mornine. mr3
UNION M JLLS
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO
r- W. POTT. Prop'r.
OA VS. at all time, thhiheat martet price
- fr wieat aiMi n title imn Manaiarmn
a-'1 sHWat wltopi.it uii rttaH. nudrr full
irnarantee. thefnllowiiia:brandaof Hour;
l!KX rA-1'K-IIA, : : rTxr
l.ll.Y I'PTii" VAM.KV. Extra Kancy
Ol KKN'opTBE UAPB.
I I,. : : : : : Fancy
CKKKOKA. : : : : C'ihuck
Fnnh irmund Corn Meal for aale or exebann.
aiaoaii aunuaoi nun leea.
FEED. LIPP L SOU"
Cane Girardsan Meat M,rlct
Indepeodencr Street. (Ferl Upp's Old Stand.)
Ul l frlK.Klf.iL , Jir.
We ha-e remodelMl out ahon. ami row hare
the niceat mtat market in the eity. InMomm
may rett auntl ihat they will pvt the very beat
or meat ami receive Uie kiiideat treatment.
r-Kref.h Mrat and .Sauaafiea of all kiuda on
auu at an uraea.
Ciars.Tcacco Fine Candies
TAKMI'.RO. I'.ItlXO YOI'R PROItUCK AND
UET VOL It JIIXI V'S WORTH.
We sell at prices that
CALL AXI) SEE US.
WARREN & SON.
Opposite Sturdivant Bank.
- SCOTT'S -
lightning -:- Restaurant
An uer Independence Stress?,
tat der Plata 10 Itar clnlgtr Stniidc die
Beste ilahlzeit fuer 25 Cts,
Tl"Ier aehniMte und reinlirhnte Plats In der
aum. Aouuur uihi ueauciiK mica.
M. A. SCOTT,
CAPE UlRAItDEAU. MO
ISCHE it FREEMAN.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, : : : MO.
All kinds of family groceries con
stantly on baud.
fcaiVe buy country produce.-!
Exposition and pair.
Tickets on sale Mondays and
Round Trip 4.40
Good for 10 days.
Buy Tickets from
ADAMS & DEANE,
Qty Paaacnger Agents, G. T. C. B. K. .
omce ap atainralntrr Bloct, Main St.
sr. i.orw FvnixAH railway. .t.
Mil'lN 4 CAIRO -"tloKT LINK. (ST, L. A
4 T. H.K. R. CO.)
4 a. m.
a sj a. m.
I.T. Partt-rlitT ...
Ar. MiirphTsliotw .
Ar. PincknTTin. .
Ar. CoulttTvilir ...
Ar. M. Luni
11:1 A. .
li:H r. m.
I jd r. a.
i:M r. M.
; II r. x.
S il r. m.
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4 -in r. .
4 M r. n.
SM r. x.
f.u a. .
T.Vi a. m.
H:U"t . m.
K-l. A. V.
:!. A. K.
!a A. M.
H i", a. .
7:30 A. at. IS r. .
T.t. St. Iimln
I.T- Coultcrillr ...
I... I'iiirkw ville .
Ar. .Mtiri'STfeboro .
Ar. Parkir lity...
Ar. MptnKilu. ...
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r 11:11 a. a. S: r. a.
. Ilr a. a. :M r. a
. UJi a. a. S:I7 r. a.
. 11 :W a. a. !: r. a.
1:31 r. a. W:tM r. .
. 2:46 r. a. II :) r. a.
. S u r. a. l- -3 a. a.
Thi lin now makpa dinrt connrrtloa with
li.T. tt C. train, twins' i tfr Uiranlraa at
Ava ai .airiTinvatt Lihui at 11.ZA a m.
Rctnmlwr. Ii av. St. Iaia at a. m. arriv
ing at Girardean atnp. m
K. I.ary. Cm. rau. Altt. St. Loala
Oti. W. P, On. Manager. S Louia.
PKS8IOX8, BOUNTIES, V
P. C. COOTF.R,
Arcade riiilitiDK. Main Slrorl.
CAPE OIBAUDEAU, 341SSOLW
Penaiona, lncnaat Penaiona. Bnaatira Cnin
matatien of Bationa. lod and lloiapatrad aud
rrr-KmBtioa clairoa. and all ixi or was
CL.ua tiivitx raoarr atibxiiox.
Ran ikkx a : Dillliiriit attention to baalnraa
JOHN ST. AVIT.
BtKtubb Streoc. aeeood Vor from Tniepeo4
or. CbeapaM llouait to uia euy tor
Queensware and Glassware,
And will par the Hi(acs Market Trie tor
He anUelta a at tare of DObTe Dommaare.
And M now mftkliw FMnr that can not
ey-elU'd by any mill Iu iho emnitry. A trial
uf in.- H iller I'nH-tM rl mr will convince maf
Jix.kre of tamt f tour tbat it M auperlor to auy
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
P. W. FOTT, Proprietor.
Cups Olrardi'ttB, Mo.
OF A IX KIXDS.
White and Ydlow Plee, l'onlar, Crpresi
Oak. tium. Walnut. Ash and Cherry. Alao
Kit Miritia: and tillnjr all ktb"' rinlnhitia;
laUmlK-r. Ijitht, Shi titles, llouldiiiKa. W'iudow
rWii'dow and iMor Iraniea: all aixea
mae to onler on ahort notiee.
lrvlirered anywhere inside of itr limita.
Spnni.-h Street. Caj.e (.iranloflii. Mo.
G. W. TBAVIS,
rmrlii c- li-iiti.-Iry in nil its branrli-
rs. Wales rvasmiHlrie. All work
ilmir iu tin- Imi niniiucr ami ini;
.uilcoil. N' extra clwrire after lli
vork it C4iniplcte(l. KctrrPtirr:
mi" iminie wlioiu I Have lived aiiionir
and pmrt ict'd for ovrr teiily-lluer
years. OMii e at the ilil xfauil iu the
liudney Kuildiug, corner .Main am
Bck Headache and RlloeaM! tbotrouUaa do4V
dnt to a UUoua atat9 of the aratrvm, auoh aa
Dtxzuiees. Nauaaa. Drowilaaaa. Eiatreaa altac
eating. lala la tbo Bllt 4c Whlla their moat
waaahaa bowaiMwu wwttsg ,
Bearlaehu, yc Cartra Little Liver Ml ar
quallr Taluablo In Constipation, curing and pea
hvr and iulua the bovela. XfuaUtharoalf
Arha tharvould be atmoatorieeJoM to fhoaawtrtl
auaVr from thia tliatrcseing coupiaunt: bntforta
Who one try them will find thcao little pUhvaJi.
avbta in ao manr vari that lby will not bo wll
1U todowUamUtbaaaa. But after aniurt haa
bthstasor aonurf ans that hnralBTMra
cOmio do not.
Sarwa unwurcr raiaaroTWT aman ana
wnwv lo taka. OnoortmoUlaznakoadoia.
TbrraraatrlcUrTogXablaanddo not grip or
soma, bat by IbalrsaitlaaettoB plsaaaatt wbo
aalluna. InTUda.lBoanta: araforll. float
j drasriata sfarwaaaa, ar aaas by awO.
CARTER aaEDaoiMC CO- fttaar Vark.
SiLALLPlLL SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
THE BEST AND
Don't be without a bottle. Ton
will not regret it. Try it to-day.
What makes jdu - -emldc so?
Tni-R Xebves are all ntistroni;, and
NEED a gentle, soothing TONIC
to assist nature to repair the damage
which Tow excesses bare caused.
18 NOT A
to be taken by the glass like other
preparations which stimulate only to
DESTROY. If yon have FAILED
to receive any benefit from other
medicines or doctors, do not despair. I.
Use solphnr Bitters Immediately. C.
A diseases, Solphor Bitters is the best
mvIiHM aa ima." Tlnn'r. w.I. r..,il BB
in ail niin wtt t iirirwim nrrn .nrim
to-morrow, try a bottle to-day.
8rad 3 lat staarpa to A. P. Ontwar Co-IWislon,Mias,ttoLgwdiuUworapaMiaIiatt
, P. PIIPOIINET,
Yon sliould not fail to look carefully
tli rough the
Magnificent Stock of
O-OCIDS in our Dry
Goods Department. Same is ac
knowledged by everybody that has
taken time to look into it as the
BIGGEST Afl5 B$T
SELECT STOCK ever brought to
We will take pleasure in showing you this stock and con
vincing you that the above statement is correct.
u3 JjflJ K kUB
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
W. KKL'EltliACHEIt, Vice 1'rcs.
J. LANU, Sec'v.
V. KLOSTEKMAXX. Treas.
OTTO 11 A XX Y, Gcnl Agent
FINE TINTING AND
N. W. Corner Main and Broadway,
S. Albert Grocer Co.
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Agents, Bichards' Cape Lime.
CAIE GIRARDEAU, MO.
Wc beg to call your attention to our new patented
BREAD, CAKE AND
Which we are now piscine nnon
A IXXG-FELT NEED
Cut herewith represents our Bread Knifo, which as will be obserred,
has a scalloped or serrated edge, as bas also the Cake Ktiife, which adda
greatly to cutting quality of the knives, and is therefore a vast improvement
over the knife with a plain smooth edge.
With the Bread Knife, warm bread can be cut as easily as cold, always
leaving a nice evea sorface toHhe bread. It is also found quite useful ia
bUcing ham and all kinds of intat, v .. . EDWARD S. LILLY.
K VT. KtrERBAIIER.
A. .1. I.AXU.
U F. KI.OTERMANX.
Jl. 1. i'lEISOXXET.
OF ALL KINDS..
tho market, and with which we are)