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oacial Organ of tlie Tai-Paysr
CAPE GIRARDEAU MO.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1892.
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Washington, Jefferson and Hamilton
wre violators of the Constitution
. If Maj. Warner is elected Governor
Of Missouri the white hats in the
State institution on tho LIU in this
city will have to go.
Ben Walker, the Democratic nomi-
h.-e in t ie Senatorial District south of
us is a brother of bis brother, and bis
brother at one time represented this
Congressional District. Toor fellow,
bo is deal now.
Trsdcs Journals and commercial
report all agree thtt business this
fall is enormous. These journals
should look out, or the free trader
may go into court and demand that
tber show their figures and other
sources of information.
The more the conditions of our
West and Southwest country are
studied the more apparent docs it be
come that souud, practical agricul
tural education is a necessity that
state and national educators should
eudeavor to place at the disposal ot
oil who arc willing to be informed.
free trade who attempts to
tell tbe people that the amount of the
duty on a given article is added to
the price, when manufactured in this
country, should not get angry when
lie is bluntlv told that he lies. There
is not one article of which this is true.
Can any free trader name one?
Spring, the ex-convict candidate
for the Lcgiilaturc, is a most irritating
thorn in tbe side of decent Illinois
Democrats. lie refuses to withdraw,
aud now the Democratic State Com-
miltee wilt endeavor to crowd him
off the ticket through the courts on
the grouud that he has voted illegally
at cverv election since his release
It has been remarked with surpriso
that the only voice raised in favor ot
dove-shooting as an amusemcut shoidd
be that of a woman. Yet a number
of the sex that adorns its hats with
the wing of the meadow lark aud the
oriole's golden breast is not necessa
rily and logically bound to resent the
torturing of a dove. The cruel lady
lias at least consistency, and. if she
think it a jewel!, is surely at liberty
to bedeck herself with it.
The notorious effort ot Democratic
courts to prevent the puui-limeut of
tbe Democratic leader in Chicago, the
gambler Mike McDonald, who recent
ly attempted to bribe a Judge, has
been denounced from the pulpit by
several clergymen of that city, includ
ing Dr. J. L. Wit brow, of the Third
Presbyterian Church. One of the
Democratic Judges who was implicat
ed in the outrageous affair prints a
statement iu which be delicately al
ludes to the clergyman as a "dirty,
tiuking liar." This almost cquuls
Tammany's assaults upon some of the
ministers of New York. Turn the
The Supreme Court of Illinois has
decided that Dr. (uow Bishop) Che
ney's deposition from the ministry of
the Protestant Kspicopal Church is
null and void, as the form of dismis
sal did not conform to the cannons of
the church. That deposition hap
pened more thau twenty years ago.
Dr. Cheney's ofTense had been in the
omission of the word "regenerate" in
the baptismal office. The recent legal
docission will, of course, impose at
least the claims ot courtesy upon the
House of Bishops in reconsidering
the whole matter at the convention
ot the Protestant Episcopal Church
to be held in October in Baltimore-
Just before election time there ar
some colored men in this city who
loom up as the leaders of the Demo
cratic party. They are patted on the
back, hugged and caressed by white
Democrats who hale them 'harder
than the devil hates holy water, bi t
the silly son of Africa bites at the
taffy bait held out to him. lie is a
Ilg, prominent man for a few weeks
but as soou as the election is over his
days of prominence are numbered
3d he is again back ou his old foot
ing a common ever day "nigger,'
who is then beneath the notice of his
friend, the Democrat
The Durham, North Carolhm, Olobe
is a very zealous defender of Mr.
Cleveland, and makes bis pension
vetoes the chief ground of its sup
port. Its arguments may be effective
down iu North Carolina, but they
will do little good op awrth. Here is
a specimen editorial paragraph upon
' "It is all easy enough to get op aud
howl for the bloody shirt, but the
truth still remains, aud will forever
remain, that seven out ot ten of the
nimes on the pension rolls to-day are
the names of suoaks and scamps w ho
came into, this couutry impcrsonatjug
soldiers. They came as thieves and
Jole all in sight, aud then they burn
ed the towns and ravished the women.
These are tee plain, boneless facts
and why, if they aro not facts, do not
those Northern papers, so watchful,
apparently, of Cleveland's interest,
"deny them successfully? Hswocer,
Cleveland wrote his record clear on
this pension business. lie kicked the
beggars out of the back door and into
tbe middle of next summer. And
pixio proposes to give him another
cbante to repeat i
The B;t.vi l''.vir!it JI amUciV As-1
!mli?y. a Vt Won ol ihe Knight, of '
Labor, favor the licKiuiey act; uu
propose to luvestage for themselves
the effects produced by it abroad, and
to disseminate tbe conclusions tlicy
reach as to wages, hours of labor, etc
Their spirit ol research is coinmcuda
hle, bnt the work thev outline has
linen done retieatedly. The laments
of foreisni usucrs of trade their
countries once controlled now going
to the United States, our increased im
ports and exports best of all, the
steady exodus of workingincu from
these foreign countries to our own,
tell the storv of "hard pickings" in
Ihe old world and improved condi
tions in the United States.
The perennial candidate has spoken
His letter of acceptance is before the
people. Dozens of people have at
tempted, or will attempt, to read
it. Half of it is devoted to the
tariff question, aud the other half con
tains a paragraph arice ou the "Force
biU," civil service reform, parochial
schools, pensions, immigration, money
and the World's Fain and three para
graphs on himself aud his "consecra
tion." The whole letter is a gela
tinous mass of platitudinous generali
ties, which arc not redeemed from
utter flatness by any glitter or from
utter monotony by any poiut. Com
pared with the decisive, progressive,
positive, clear-cut utterances ot Presi
dent Harrison, these purely negative
maxims, each wrapped up iu flabby
verbiage, like a toy douc up in cotton
batting, are meaningless aud futile.
How long will it be before the
young man who wishes to give an
eveuing's pleasure to his youug lady
friend will he able, to go to the car
riage keeper (he will not be a stab'.e
kceier then), aud order a pha ton or
a top buggy for two with storage bat
tery for ten miles slow drive, while
the sporting youth will call for a two
minute buggy, and the more timid
for something to go ten or fifteen
miles an hour? Then the family man
will want a carryall for nine, and
electric plants will advertise, "bat.
tcries newlv stored" for any number
of miles reciuired. and the man who
wants to make an extended trip will
not have to pav for giving the horse
hay and oats, but will jut get in an
other supply of electricity and go on
with a carriage that will not need to
rest at every hotel by the way, while
the pneumatic tires will do more than
springs have done to make the motion
easy over rough roads. It may sound
fanciful, but all are apparently within
the possibilities ot "your day and
mine," aud if they come within ten
years it will not be greater progress
thnu has been made within tea years
The case lately brought iu the Cir
cuit court ot Henry county, Indiana-
involving the validity of the scanda
lously partisan gerrymander of the
state into legislative districts by the
Democratic legislatures of lWii aud
1891, ended in a decision declaring
both statutes unconstitutional on the
grouud of inequalities iu representa
tion, because tome districts have a
representation in excess, while others
have a much smaller owe thau they
are entitled to. Ia his decision Judge
Bundy used tho followiug souud
"The art is not to he declared iu
va!i I unless it be clearly aad plainly
in conflict w ith the constitution. On
tbe cither hand, where it is clear that
the law violates a command of the
constitution no higher duty can be
vested in courts than to so declare.
The first section of the constitution of
Indiaua provides AH elections shall
be free aud equal.' How cau an
election be equal with an unequal
aud unfair apportionment?"
The poiut has been clearly estab
lished iu some states that the courts
have full power to overthrow gerry
manders. It is to be hoped that
every iniquitous redistrictiug measure
Congressional or legislative, will thus
lo rendered null, and legislators then
be compelled to tvercise justice to
ward the people ot all parties.
Ilnrrmh'N Hurrah I
Mr. Charles J. Hurrah, ot the Mid-
vale Steel Works of Philadelphia, has
written a letter denouncing the Mc-
Kinley bill. He says if he could get
raw iron ami otner material tree oi
duty he could ship his manufactured
steel products to every part of the
world and compete successfully with
foreign manufacturers and drive
England out of the markets ot the
This is a peculiar statement. The
duty on iron ore (75c. per ton aud on
pig iron $6 cr ton) is just the same
under ths McKiuley law as it was
under tbe laws of 183, an just the
samt as it irn in the Mill bill.
ltcsidcs, materials imported to be
manufactured into articles for export
are practically free of duty under the
But Mr. Harrah goes on to say that
there is a steel "trust" which fixes
prices to suit itself aud by the aid of
the McKinley bill thrives at the ex
pense of labor and of the people
generally. If that is so, why arc steel
rails $18 a ton lower in price than
they were ten years ago, aud other
steel products accordingly cheap? It
is the wages that make whatever may
be the difference in cost between
American and English steel products.
Carnegie's pay roll shows that in the
Homestead mills wages run from
.75 to $13 a day. In England they
are from 50 to 60 per cent lower.
Take the tariff off niauufacturcd
products make a tariff for revenue
only and then our manufacturers
would pay the same wages as the
English. The tariff question is a
question of wajfea.
A li-SMii c.f I'i.iiiIlKr't.
K Tho r.: ior..-J ir-,:rvjiiv-o cf f-'otuinbu
dav, is-: ' u, by tii-i ijl'!'.c .!:..-s
promises to bo one of the meet signifi
cant events in this Columbian year,
t'nlike many great prcbHp dcnionstra
lions, it aims to teach a gcnt national
lesson. It v ill not be merely an exalt
ation over the completion rrf. four hun
dred years of Aaicricaalifv:, bnt
will bring to the minds of all thought
ful citi&ens what this northern couti-ncct.ov.-es
19 free ethiculion. Dr. lliuris.
United States commissioner of educa
tion, says thin movement is the great
est thing in tho entire educational ho
rizon. Other prominent educators and
eminent statesmen hare advanced opin
ions of lllie Import. There seems to be
a friendly feeling toward the movement
In all quarter. This is perhaps not at
all remarl:able, as It pertains to the
public school, the most representative
Institution, tongressman liuroorow, oi
rinca!?m said a tew days cgt "I line
the idea of having the schools of Amor
l"a celebrato the four hundredth anni
versary of the Columbian discovery. I
liked it when I first read it In the
papers, and the more 1 think of It the
more strongly I am imprest e:l with its
peculiar fitness. Yon see. thu discovery
of Ameri!a stcnis for tbe trinmyh of
the s-Mcntifle theory. Culumlras knew
nnthinj of this continent: ho did not
expert to be Interrupted on his voyage
to India by anything serious across his
path, but he had studied and thonjrht
and bad arrived at the conviction "that
India could be reached by sailing to tbe
west as well as to-.vard the east His
oontemp.-iraries sooffod r.t him as a
dreamer, but he knew why he believed
aad was willing to dare to demonstrate
his theory, no matter how great the
danger. So the voyage of Columbus
wes made in the name of enlightenment
and progress, in spite of ignorance and
conservatism. It is this clement ia th3
discovery of America that appcaU to roc
The Maine Dialect.
Rime wonlJ-be dlakvt writers repre
sent that the back-country people -f
Maine invariably supplement the vowel
o" with the bound of "a," rs "caow,"
"haouse," etc. As a matter of fact,
this pronunciation originated among
the Capo Cod ftJl:s. It gradually spread
eastward along the coast, but it is by no
means characteristic of the bac!;woocls
manV. s-oech. The sailors of Islcsboro
and Casr.ina will refer to the Btarboanl
"baow" oftenur than the dwellers of
northern IVsnobscot will speak of the
brindle "caow." and so on through the
list. The principal peculiarity of the
l-a.-k-cruatry people's speech i not in
what they say or bow they say it. but
la h w little they say. The baekwood
man will whittle, chew toltacco, and
listen to others, sayir.g nothing himself,
but, at the same time, like Paddy's owl,
"keeping up a divil of a thinking."
When he Is stirred up he doesn't say;
"H'jocka," or even "tlosh." but givus
vent to square-toed and startling pro
fanity. Mor-7 of the roh-l.'tlE:rd chairs
manufactured in New York city are
suid t.-. Ik-supplied w'.l'.i the rush seats
by a fevr fan:!ies o-.-er i;i rew .ler.icy.
Or.e s'-eh family, of Iln;,ivn t extrac
tion an'! hx-ally lx l:ere.l ti be !o-rc.-rded
from At."nir;i! Ca'.i-r.y, t'lunh
the luitno has btvn corrupted, liaa been
rniki!;; these n:i;h bv.toms f.ir many
yer.rs. per:::p? f r c '..ti-ns. pa-xt.
Theworlt isd:?!ie ertin-ly l;y La:id. nail
H is ore detr.ar.dir.g cor.;.:.ierr.bie c-fcricst-e
aad cfci'.l. t!i.nih it Is taught
to chilt'ren, and do::bt!es. t!ni!i huud.d
down iu families. The important thing
is to have the rc:.v.es pmperH Ltaip
c m that th.y e'.i-U not te brittle,
a:id thu-n to twist l!ie?n irt c:r.!s ot
ne:i:Iy nniform thlrlmess. TV.' worit,
thour;!i not k.tierioHS, Is cx'.r.'m ly
d'rty, iir.ee the nr h'-s ::lwr.ya ret:.iu
more- or less dix.t an:! mud. When vell
made rush bottoms v.ill l;,t f-r gen
erations. Tits natural crnsrvatis:n of lir.ya is
well Ulustrnti-d by tbe persistence of
customs handed down by tralit.ion is
Iorg-cblabti.-.hiHl schools, especially in
Europu. At li'.c great Kngli.'.li public
school of Winchester there is a se!wxl-
boy language iu use which cuncs down
from generations of loys now a huu
dred years in their graves. It is a Ian
guago with names f.tr all objects in
common use, an I even with many verbs.
The boys' language, formed tiy the in
version of certuin syllables of grown-up
r.peocli, is familiar to every one who
has not forgotten that he once was a
boy. For generations, it is said, no
Hton boy has buttoned the lowest but
ton of his waistcoat, and venerable old
fellows of eighty hold to the odd custom
learned at school.
The latercntional idea 'is spreading
,V ..it i.. . .-1.1 m. . t 1 1
and telegraph bring, as it were, all
mtnds In touch. .Inst as national cos
tumes are rapidly disappearing and all
the world ia dressed alike, co all tho
people tend to become alike. Tho
globe trotter finds the great tour round
the world less Interesting than he
thought, because manners, drrss, dwell
ings, customs, all tend to a dull uni
formity. It Is better so, thinks a writ-
er in Chautauquan, because national
lines tlins fade away. A common hu
manity talccr. the place of races and
tongues. International affairs fill all
the papers and international Institu
tions Incn-ase rapidly, because now are
all people drawn to the brotherhood of
man, and nations leam to live in the
commonwealth of the world.
BAnniNO the Apaches, tho Arizona
Indians aro a good lot. Jolly, contented.
fat and hearty, taking no heed of the
morrow. They are for the most part
conservative, in disposition, but occa
sionally one is found brave enough to
overleap tho barriers of cuatom and ap
propriate to his Improvement the white
man's ways. A notable instance of this
class, accorjing to the Arizona Gazette,
is a Ynma brave, who, while Dentist
CotharJ was in Ynma, had the doctor
Us np hi:; teeth. lie had several u-eth
filled, one tooth put in and a half a
dozen cavities died and all without a
murmur. And ho paU out hb cash for
the work with an air that indicated a
reserve fund iu hand.
The Peary relief steamer Kite re
turned to St. Johns, X. F., Annst 11,
bringing back Lieut. Peary anJ wife
and his party, except John M. Vorhoc-f,
wbo wns lost In a crevasse tn Green
land. All on board the Kite arc In
good health. Peary accomplished an
Inland jonrney of thirteen hundred
miles, and one of the results of both ex
peditions bas been a singularly gjfti
collection of specimens of the Qura&d
faunajTf northern Grecnlunil.
i . o.i it. -if t 1 rc-
The woii.iivi i.u miii ;nr:i,eri of
Connecticut must be on tbeir guard.
Tbe recent Democratic State con
vention at Hartford laid a trap for all
voters of that State who have an in
terest in the maintenance of the
The Chicago Democratic Conven
tion was given an opportunity to
adopt a tariff plank that had in it
some sympathy for American labor.
The plank proposed, but rejected,
held that in levyiug duties "upou
articles of any kind produced in this
country, the difference between the
cost ot labor here aud hibor abroad,
when such a difference exists, fully
measures any possible benefits to
labor." This rejected plank asserted
jn mMng rf(lll, t;()U j ,axC8 j
is not proposed to injure any domes
tic industries, hut rather to promote
their healthy growth;" ml further it
recognized that "mauy industries
have come to rely upon legislation for
This plnuk was indignantly rejected
by a two-thirds vote. The conven
tion adopted a rabid, pro-British,
American labor-degrading, free-trade
plank, beginning, "We denounce l'e
publican protection as a fraud, a rob
bery of the great majority of the
great majority of the Amcricau ieo
ple." It continues, "Wc declare it to
be a ftiudanicnlal priuciple of the
Democratic party that the Federal
goTeriurut has no constitutional pow
er to enforce and collect tariff duties
except for the purpose for revenue
Xotwithstandiug that the national
Democratic party thus proposes to
abolish the tariff in all its protective
features, aud will do so as soou
as given an opportunity, the Connecti
cut Democrats hope to hoodwink
thousands of voters iu that State de
pendent for occupation aud livelihood
on a protective tariff into votiug the
Democratic ticket These Democrats
disavow the plank on which Mr.
Cleveland stauds, "all protection is
robbery" and pretend to demand
that duties be levied with "careful
reganl for (he intere-t ol our domestic
industries and for the ju.-t wages of
Could anything be more contempti
ble! This is au attempt to catch the
votes of thousands of tobacco-growing
farmers iu the State, whose recent
prosperity under lhat clause of the
McKiuley act which advanced the
duly ou Sumatra tobacco from 7
rculs per pouud to is a cause of
great congratulation. Ktlitor Burr,
ot the Hartford Time, the Xcstor of
Connecticut Democracy, is and al
ways has been a good deal of a pro
tectionist, lie it was who forced this
I two-taced tariff plaukupou the Demo
cracy of bis State. . .
Voters ol" Connecticut who favor
protection should remember that Mr.
Burr aud his fellow Democrats cannot
secure protection to them, even if
they were sincere. The national
Democracy is hungry for tree trade:
cud a vote for i rover Cleveland
menus a long stew toward the wiping
out of turilf duties on tobacco aud
KHf nmntlMa lurrd la Dnjr.
"Mystic Cure'" for lilu uuialisiii aud
Neuralgia radically cures iu 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
lirt dose; benefits, V.'i cents. Sold by
IliilerA YVirlitcrich, Druggists, Cape
A l.ns nrueNt.
Fanner llavseed Them citv board
ers cost more'ii they come to.
Mrs. Hayscd Tbe pays good
"That don't make up for the ruina
tion of the crops.'"
"How do they hurt 'cm?"
"VHicrcs your eyes.' iiout you
see cverv blessed thiug dviug for
want of rain?
"Yes, I see that."
"Well, it'll never rain while they're
here. Evcrv blessed one of 'cm carries
I Sly natal Hateful,
but I coultlu't help it. Everylhiug
went urouf with nic, and I thought
I hadn't a friend iu the world; lys
popin caused this, and for mouths I
coultlu't rat anything, and just su Act
ed iu misery till I used Sulpher Uittcrs.
Three lioltles cured me. D Letrit, 22
Jioiedoin Street Iloston, Muss.
Brail Entitle tar Hale.
Choire Farms, 40 acre tracks.
Acre lots ami city lots.
3 nice resilience.
This properly will be sold for half
cash aud balance time to suit pur
Come and see me if rou want
home. J. M. Mohkisox,
Cape Girdeau, Mo.
A hiv ark, Itctr Jersey, has a woman
manufacturer of umbrellas and pant
sola. She learned the trade bccatjM It
was her father's business and site liked
it better than teaching or sctrinjr. She
is a shrewd business woman, ami, not
withstanding the competition with biff
stores and the misfortune of baring
been twice burned out, has a fairljr
Or the a.sto.000.000 pounds of sugar
consumed in the United States annual
ly about 400.000,000 only are produced
at homo. Of this amount ST3, 000,000
aro modo from stipir cane, 40,000,000
from ample trees, 0,009,000 from beets
and t.000.000 from sorghum.
A EocrtBsTKit physician who has ben
experimenting on tbe subject avers that
the mosqnlto con readily bo exter
minated by the use of petrolcua.
Cujckzxs hare been acting as gold
collectors for J. A. UcConville, of Butte,
Mont. In one chicken's erf and giz
zard be found some golden nuggets. lie
therefore killed tbe remainder of jib
brood, thirty-one in number, and found
t thorn eold to the anwunt of $3S7,
' Enjoy every opportunity
that presents itself, in the
way of puchases? Ha
inan has a fine line of
Boots and Shoes
And That's What
Causes his customers to
return over and over
again. He doesn't dash
their hopes, as
The Wild Waves
Dash down a house of
sand, but he lives up to
his agreements. At all
events, that is what his
N. L. CO F Ell,
Contractor and. Builder,
Would n.epectfaitr Inform the public that he It
iiriiarert Ui do all Vlmls or work In hit Hn and
hat In the futon hp will allow no competent
workman w onjfruiu ntm
For the convenience of Normal
Students we have established
Store on Ilrosdway, between Middle
aud Frederick streets where the
students will tiud a full supply of
We also keep a full supply ot first
class L'roceries ail ol which we sell
at a low prolit for cash. Come aud
see us, we will treat you clever.
J. M. MOKIUSON,
OF ALL KIXDS,
Spanish Street, Cape Ginmlcau, Mo
I will rnrtilh pine Joints and all nmh Inmlr
forsl:i ier l.)Nt arty where in trie city limits,
flooring and ccilinp chfamr than ever sold in
thi'city. lo not bnv until you get my prio .
83"llemembtr no dravmre ut ni lunibtT.
I.. W. 31 IM.KIt, Fri-r.
Independence Strut, l'ije Uii'ar
Fine Wines, Whiskies. Ilmli wl I1r.
Mcllrair'K cf!t-liR.'.rl Whinky !.. Oi. han.l.
Kivsti lw alwayft n la.
rfrircr ItiM'Cli ever luoriiinic. iuv.5
FEED. LIPP & SOU
C252 Girarau Ksat M-et
!ndtINndi,:ref Street. !FrM XApp'h M I .UimI.)
CAl fc Ulrt.U:K VI , N. I
We ? remoddi'd out ?hoj. ant! row have ;
t!w tiicift rat-at market i i w cily.: Cufttmncrb i
I ItUlV ivst As'-HI'-d thii ! V. 1.1 the VCTJ' Ubt
;; of fiie..: and T'-'viTt'tlic kii.di. tn r.tnnMii.
1 5 '!' vuibivc l all kh.de on
aid at all tinn-t.
Cmrsjotaccc Fir.e Candies
VAnMLKH. IlltlX'S YOt'R ritllUVCE AM
a jji-TT VOLit MONKl'S WOliTli.
We st'H at prices tlmt
Defy Com petition.
CAU. AX1 SKE I S.
WARREN & SON.
Opposite ttiri'.ivnnt I'auk.
L. . Woironl.
SOCTII U(M3t 17MKM T. f'ntHLXS IlllTXL.
C.npe Girardenu, Mo.
FINE LIQUOHS A SPECIA1VTY.
Extra Fine Lunch every ISatunlay
BjjrJtig nusiuc8s a Specialty.-ja
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
L W. POTT. Prop'r.
r.YR. at alt tlmm. tlu- highest marlipt iiriw
X fMr W'liat autl Whit Corti alanalarftiTrs
and fK-lla at whrlalR and retail, under fall
&rnarantt, the following brand of Hour:
KEX CA-t'K-UA. : : IT.tT
I.II.Y r thk VA1.I.KY. Extra Fanct.
Qt KKN ofthk CAI'K, "
i. it. : : : : : r axct
t EKEOl.A. : : : : limes
Freah cmnndCorn Meat foraaleorexcbanee;
aiaoau ainaaoi mill leru.
- SCOTT'S -
An der Independence trassc,
lit der Plata wo Ihr xo einiger Stnnde die
Eests tfahlzeit fuer 25 Cts.
Itokomnifn kfvniit .
tlh-r trjHennto mtt rrinllctaote Plfttz In drx
Sta'U. Konuat ami bfnclit micta.
M. A. SCOTT,
CAPE UIUAIlitEAL". MO
ISCHE & PREEMAIT.
BBOAL J "X",
CAFE GIRARDEAU, : : : JIO.
- All kinds of family groceries con
stantly ou hand.
fWo buy country produce."!
biu Bargains at
H. A. LEBER'S
LARGEST atoek and etaespeat boom la Sooth
Roofing and Guttering.
You should not fail to look carefully
Magnificent Stock of
knowledged by everybody that has
taken time to look into it as the
BIGGEST Am S6T
SELECT STOCK ever brought to
We will take pleasure in
vincinjj you that the above statement is correct.
BREWERS OF STANDARD LACES BEER
A. Kl'KDK.EIl. l'rcs.
K. V. FKl KlilSACllKU, Vice 1'ros.
A. J. lAX'li. Scc'v.
U F. K1.0STKRMAXX, Trca.
OTTO IIAXNY, Geu'l Agent.
FINE TINTING AND
N. W. Corner Main and Broadway,
Albert Grocer Co.
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Agents, Eichards' Cape Lime.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, 310.
AVc beg lo call your attcutiou to our ueiv patented
BREAD, CAKE AND PARING KNIVES,
Which we are now niacin!; nnou the liurket. and with whica we ire
Cot herewith represents onr Dread Knife, which as will be observed,
bas scalloped or serrated edge, as bas also the Cake Kuife, which adds
greatly to cutting quality of the knives, aud U therefore a vast improvement
over the knife with m plain smooth edge.
With tbe Bread Knife, warm bread can be cnt as tn-i'.y as cold, always
leaving a nice even snrfacc to the bread. It it a'o found quite useful in
jsliciu3 Md 931 ol mcat-
Same is ac
showing you this stock and con- j
F. w. F. n;i;i:Aiii:n.
A. .1. I.AXti.
I. F. KUISTFUMAXN.
II. J. riKKOXXKT.
i2 rVaGr-.tflafai a
WSJ C W Wi t IV
OP ALL KINDS.
EDWAKD S. LILLY.
.f .jtib va v Time -Table-
ST. LOCW 4 PADCCAH KAILWAT. 8T.
LOL'IS CAIBOSUOBTUSa!. 1ST. It. A.
T. U K. K. CO.)
Lv. MtTnwlta . .
Ar. St. Loads
4:Ca. . 11:MA. M.
4-st . . lil
it. a. 1 p .
1 t-i a. a. t:so r. n.
y.ia A - X:ll r. M.
s iia. . I:i r. n.
:IS A. m. :3
a. u. r r. m.
llii A, M. J0 f. Mm
Lv. 8t. Inh
Ar. I'arkcr City
WJS a. a. - Jd r. .
11:11 a. m. : r.
11. m. :T.n.
llJHjk. . -.n r. -
Ufa. . s-r. h.
l-t r. a. MM r.
f sr. k. 11 air. a.
s a r. m. - m a. .
G.T . train IraTina- 4 ai .iranfa (
K.cam m , rriln-at SI lAola at II . .
Krtur inr. li-avr St. lAaia at ; :.- . i. aritv-
. . . l.! . . I'.... St. falaW.
FHkKr. Oe'ti. Manaictr, St loi.
V. V. COOTEK,
Arvitile Iliiilil1nr. Mnia Street.
CAI'E UIKARDEAU, MISSOUBL
Pt-.io:i. tnrn-aae P?nalon, BoWBtiea CoaB
uatatton of Kition. I.awl ami Honmtrad andl
rrc-ICmilion llaia-.s. xsu all kixm or mam
CL.iMMiivKT norr inrnwi.
JOHN ST. AYIT,
AnanlJi biM WHWitd AftOT from II
firm Cbo.ir9 House ia uie cny mr
Qu23cs;v2re snJ Glassware,
And mil, pu ih II Market Pric for
He fr Setts aliarc a! publ aoirooaww- ,
PLASTY IIS MILLS
Bavo Aafe tM
And now nl'.lat V. "tr that cut BO b
b anr Milll Iu ibo aouotrr. A trial
ot ihe rtoli. r l"riMO 11 r.r will onarino mat
Jn.lce r.I ti-ml Hour that It M lupurtw to AOf
CIVS IT A TRIAL;
P. W. POTT, Proprietor,
GILBERT H. WILSON,
(l5rcCM.i t II .rr.ni A Silnai.T.) ;
OS THE I.E.VKK.
CAI'E OlltAl:l10AU, MISSOUKL
KLEPS A rCLL L1SK Or
SrAn.E and Fancy
Uitr harlicar attention the phiijna
and r.-eriTi irf f in iht and i;xtb ot all kind.
I!tt M-vrral yian e.i-cricnce in thin hneiucv-'
will fiiahW him lo jrire ati?facli to all
latmtfr. He a)M kit-im a p! a.ertment nt
XinL and otlu-r uVld r--d He MliciC and will
lisi tenor cor.rr Harimy and Midillestrevtaw
OKAI.rATai or THE
St. IjO.iU .ScIho! Miil-AVivcu.
ti'AU cA.i- tu.tl attend. J ms
Caps City Roller Mills.
La'Kst lairinrei tolirrPrccss.
m. i'T';.;iini ; mki tour f !h lim! trrmiit,,
A triii! of oar li!I r i'tkw Vtom wMl con
Ttt.c yon tht it it- Hue btt Kiocr nuMl.
UIM'. I S A 'iKIAIj
STti? BROS., Proa'rs.
tM PK f:i!IARPEAl-. MISSOURI
fickBeatUetnand rcltorasTl tbo trrmVtrm fnd
d?nt to & bliloaa state ot UM 7atem. melt am
lixzin K&usoa Xntrm&uem, Vimtnm after
Mtlng. tuin tt tbo 6M, Wluia thcirizioaaV
ywairfc14 eaceaaB ha beam ibowa iaqada
Endarfn yet Cnrinf 72 tte Lfvar Pflto ttm
qnall Taleabta In Coastal ta. curing and p?e.
mrrvr i al t dlMmlcrs of t bo utoauuA ,tomlate th.
htc-r au.! xognluc tbo bovaU. XraUttaayaml
AeYiafluT would bcataoatiuluileaatoftoasa'bo.
aT from tbla distmalng oomplalnt; bntfom
av.tclj their eooJiwaa Jooa Dotaawl bonjutd tlMta
VbeoBeateTttoamvliJ flad thswe llttlo pUia valxv
mfrUi in aomoy waya tbai lby will mot to writ
W todo witboat tbam. Put affr ill rirf Wmt
IstlirtaiMoraaDUTllfSi that bmkivte
Wamaaawmrail beaut. OaraaUscomatvala,
Cwtcfa UtOa Itnt PUkiar ny PMal aaaV
wry tmaj tr tik. On. or two pilm imaaaa Aom
Ihf ar. afrtcCy TCraM. and do an frtp. at
pnrm bet by IliA frat-'t aettoa plunait U
vaallMa. Inlataa JScantai flntoriL gait
bf drojata .latjauata, or trnax by THAkU
TCK BDWmg CO., nm VertU
UUU. POL SMAU. DOSL SUAtl PEiCS
WHY SUFFER with thatchronte
dlteisc Do you want to die t Kul- I
piiur Hitters wul cure you as it has
V.'ur do yon suffer with that
FCMJL, OFFENStVE BREATH?
Von need not if you use Suluhnr I
uiucn. luey nerer nil to cure. I
Operatives who are closely confined I
in the mills and workshops; clerks j
... . rr . ... - ,
who no urn nave sumcient exercise, I
an 1 all who aro confined InJoors. I
ah iui.1 nae Sulphur Hitters. Tber I
wia auen nv
WEAK AND SICKLY.
Breath Impure. Your I
btomacn is ont of onter. Sulphur
Bitters Is the best medicine to take.
buipnur Hitlers will baud yon np I
and nuka you I
TRONQ AND HEALTHY.
At the dawn of womanhood. SnL I
i ponr isuien soouia do nseu.
fund S 2 nan ItmM to A. P. OniiraT A Co.
Bait"". "I-." I.ai iiialK al wgApaMtaasil
y IN THE WORLD. &
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