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The next April election will be
Ue last election held in thi city in
which there will be eo politics.
Read the advertisement of Un
claimed express packages for talc,
which appears elsewhere in this pa
per. There are many Valuable pack
age in the list . j
Dennis Wilrtn has purchased i
tone of tie latest improved sprinklers
iuid he will . sprinkle the streets this
year ia a!? parts of the city where tmj
people re williug to r.ay lor the
Jackson is not a neutral town like
Cape Girardeau. They have tiomi-
bated rernlcr Dem'ocralic Cnd Ke- j
publican tickets for theircilv election '
The Catk-hook call llieiii Ute Salton j
and AnthSaloon Tickets. The Ke-
publican ticket, it says it the nLitky
The ttdteh fm- the Owl Club
tauter Ball have all been sold.
Henry Ossenkop has p'uerhnscd
for himself a nice spn&g Wagon and
a good horse.
IT year apatite Is gone nolta
faj wiil restore It mere qntckly
than U'J. C. C Certain Ckii!
Ctare," Uie greet Tonic ead
faarasteed Cere for CnlZJs aa4
'ever. Price 69 cests.
For sail by W. H. Coerver, druggist
Mr. Jtihii Kassel has gone into
the optical business. M r. Kassel is a
practical optician aad he will no
doubt do a good burins in this line.
Joseph I'arenkamp held the'
lucky fcnmbcf in the raflle tor the
Curtains raffled off by Xic Xicai.-e.
Number 78 tras the winning number.
The Candidates at large for the
tlty offices arc all g-od men and we !
are assured of good aud etlicient
Our real estate agents are ex
pecting to de a big bU'.neCs during'
the spriug and summer mouths. We j
bone they will not be disapHinlI. j
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Two prisoners broke but of the
them returned witliiu twenty-four
boars end gave h'htself tip. The ether
iiaa saade good hi asjape.
The saw an! pis advertised in
Ihcse columiis as strayed have been
fjrinil. Thy were stalrn and the
iusn who stols them would never
have been suspected of lite criiiie.
Our railroad is doing business at
tbe old stand just the same as if noth
ing bad happened: Tile Missouri
I'aciflc has uol Vet gobliled il up nbr
is it likely to do anything id the way
tif gobbling it up soon.
Everybody cannot be elected to
office and those who Arc defeated at
the April city election miisf'griii
and bear it." We aro willing to do
our part of the grinning if we hav9
The river l rising rapidly. This
i ah indication thai Urn will have uj
overflow this yesr. The Water that
runs ont now will not be above to
help swell the Jnna freshet.
V" C. C. C. Certain Chill rare"
auset tee best remedy yon have
awar tueal tor Chills anal Fever
Kar asoaey will be refnttded.
aaaat la take. Large bettlea
fer als by W-. H. Coerver, druggist
I). A. Glenn sold a large bill of
goods to-day to Mr. and Mrs. Ken F.
Allen, of Benton. Mr. Glenn has
quite a large number of good Scott
county customers. lie treats them
bicely and give's them value received
for their money and they always go
to Glenn's to do their trading. '
Hon. Marshall Arnold, oifr repfe-
sentative in Congress; has not yet re
turned home. He is remaining in
"Washington to look after the interests
of the applicants for office from his
l)istrict, and we understand that he is
kepi busy day and night.
An exchange well 6aye. It is m
experience of publishers that too many
people are apt to think that it matters
but little whether the newspaper bill
is paid promptly or not, that it is a
small bill and therefore of little conscj
quense. And this is not becatise the
subscribers are not Willing to tty,l(ul
rather because they are negligent.
Each one imagines that this year's in
depledness amouuts ta so small a sum
the publisher cannot be in need of it;
without thinking tof a moment that
the income of a newspaper is made ftp
of jfst such email amounts and that
the acrceate of all subscriptions Is by
no means an inconsiderable sum of
Fouf milk wagons mafce the
tounds every day in this city and they
all Lave lag re number of custontefs.
Mrs. U. E. Lange, of St. Louis, is
isiting her sister, Mrs. E. IL EngeH
iuaun, in this City.
The granite ettrbing lof the
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tUi, wMtlelivaredresterdar. .
r-tttraii the-family doctor.
School Commisionerare both cleTcr
M Mdtothsj-e qualified to perform
the tfuties of the Wce.
The merchants up on Broadway
e 1 - i 1 r
rtm t0 doing a good bnsiaesa.
They carry good stocks and they have
good run of country trade.
-Carpenters are at work on two
houses for John Jeager in the Gibony
Moack Addition. They will be neat
lour room cottages and they will be
for rent as soon aa they are completed.
After ttrts city election at Jackson
Another effort will be made to secure
taloon license itfJ wc Understand that
this lime tne tiltion men will be
the DtekdcttAT VVli take Vo part
lft the city election. This is no party
issue. Good men have been n'omf-
hated on all it's tickets and no matter
who wins tfie city will have &to& of
Scers. Children like to take " C. C. C.
Certala CaUJl Cure," Ike p!cR
nml anal cuorntitC'ed cure far
Fever, A gut mam Malarlsu
Price sVe eu.
For ale by W. II. Coerver. druggist
The people of Mississippi, New
Madrid and Pemiwut connties are
rtiakitijr a determined effort to have a
leVce built to prevent the Mississ-iyp!
Uirar from overflowing their country.
Major Geo. Ws Cft'Mun, of remiscot
eouatr, is tue primi murer in thh
A black wnlnut sill that is more
than fiftr yoArr! old will be put in
Ilourv Huliu's new house on Maiu
street. The sill was taken out of the
eld frame house that Mr. Mtibr tore
Qr'wn, and it is as sound yet as the
day it v. as turned off from the broad
S'.ricc the street ear line has bceu
! operation the pewplc of this city
are more sociable than thev used to
be. People on the hill come down
town oftiicr anddowu town people
go up town more frequently. The
street car line is not only a great con
venience, but it is an enterprise that
brings our lVf lr more closely to
gether in their business and social
A rery pleasant surprise was
tendered Mr. aud Mrs. Gustave
Schuliz at their residence ou ltroad
wy last .Sunday eveuing. A large
croud was iu attendance aud Mr.
Mrs. Jxhultz were the recipieuts of
many bcautiiul aud valuable presents.
Among those present were, Otto
Ilanny and wife, t'lias. W. Rtelir aud
wife. lliTml ,5ock and wife. Fred
l'ape and wile, U II. Greasle aud
H i't; sudoIpli Walter and wife. Louis
1'ott aud wife, II. A. Merstcdt and
wife, II. W. Freiizel aud wife, K. W.
Klfiitge and wife, II. It. Thiessen and
wife, II. A. Iher aud wife, C'has.
M1R!"-S Anulc Mer-
M"!lie ,c,,r' Amelia Stehr; lterllia
Mioie, Katie tjackuiauU.OlIie Moedcr.
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t'elia nauntinnnn. Mary Itatiinnun.
All'flia Vogel-an, llattie l.remiiier
niatlh, llosa f-'cultz. U uisa Wietzel.
Sfssrs. Win. Oberhride, AlbripM
Walt her, Sa'; F. Davis, Kudotph
W. Stehr, Manii! A. Olierheide. Otto
Ilanichen, Will F'enzel, Ed Stt'lii
meycr, ii. M. Thileuius. ft!lin Sack
nianu, W. F. It ui:i!.in. Kobt. lleiuberg.
A. C. Vasterling, J. C Manny, II. '.
Ilaiieuscliildt. K. V. Mocder, Win
Ilrueniug and ;tohd Kassel The
Cutlet Orchestra furbished the
liinsie itnd those i!i ntleiid(i:ice re
mniiied until a U'M hour, wheti with
many congratulations they bid the
fair host and hostest a kind gobd
night, wlslilttg them a long, happy
and prosperous married life. 4
A. Matteson shipped two
htim'red barrels of paint od the New
Idlewlld last faight;
Christ Wolf, of L Loui', came
down" yesterday to attend the funeral
of his gfandmotlier, Mrs. Fostabcud.
The route'for the Commerce aiid
Mrlcy railroad is being surveyed, and
tbe road will be built during the
Died, in this city March 21st; 193,
jJrs. Johanna Fostahed'd, aged sixty
five years. The deceased was the
m'otber-in law of Henry Koppcr.
--The merchants of Th&bO Illinois,
a town only seven miles from this city
sell Altcnburg flour. Why is it that
onr mills do not supply the market of
that town with flour?
ThC grauite curbing being put
down around the Sturdivant Bauk
building will be there long after
tut p'resent geweratkm of our citizens
are finder the sou.
At a meeting of the Shareholders
of the Cap'e Girardeau Building and
Loan Association the sum of four
thousand eight huudre'd dollars was
bid off for leans.
'C, V. C. Cortaln Corn Care"
removes corns, warts, bunions,
aaolea and callouses. Warran
ted. See that C. C C. fa blown
la erery bottle. Take no oilier.
Tci sale by W: H. Coerver, druggist
On tbe 17th dar of April, 1893
thd 8harcholdera of tbe Cape Girar
deau Building and Loan Association
will vote tor the lucresss of the capi
tal Stock to one million dollars, the
demand for loans now is in excess of
the cash receipts, and in a tew years
from no the capital stock will bavi
to be iucrcased to at least ten million
riles of bags oi fltfiir from mills
fifty fthd a hundred miles away stack
ed up in little stores within ten or
twelve miles of this city Is surely an
evesore to the citizen of litis city who
see It sight of that kind, and there Is
do excuse for it, bnt it is nevertheless I
4r,M I hit rfur millers do not ffet the
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raie ma r.HHii, ..rwu, mucm
No wonder that business Is dull
in thft 'city. Onr people do not reach
out fer business that is right here at
home. At Commerce, baly fifteen
miles aWay from us they have two '
saloons selling St. Louis beer that has
to be shipped nearly two hundred
miles while we have a brewery that
turns out better beer and it would
have to beiWncd only fifteen miles.
There is no excuse fer this lack ef en
terprise on the part of the managers.
They should secure the trade of every
saloon within fifty miles of this city
and they can do so if they will make
the proper effort.
A doctor in Kansas has produced
a plant called -potomato" which is a
cross between tt potittc" and a tomato,
and will Vieid oth fruits.
The wind from ho North blows
Sharp and keen, and bad effects of
colds are seen. Oue Minute Cough
Cure so safe aud ture, will quit-klev
perform a wondcrous cure. I. Ben
The children of the Public School j
are making preparations for au en
tertainment of sonic kind on Arbor
lienry Alexander moved his dve
works ?o-day from the t;i".i" o:i
Themis street toauothcr part of the
The water tank on top of the
Stur',,':nt Bauk building is complet
ed. It is a good size tank aud will
hold enough water to supply t!ie
waut for several days after once be
Sliecess in everything
largclv upon good ln tiHh.
Iittle Kirly Itisers are little health
producing piils. Sec the b'l':i;t' Then
take an "-Karlv Riser." I. Hen. Miller
There will bean excursion frem
this Illy to Grand Tower. III.! on
rriday, March Slt. 1-1:8. hy the
colored folks of this city. Fare for
the round t-'j'r. 7.r cents. Tickets on
sale at Will Uodney'a barber shop.
The coming ciiy election promises
to be a warm contest in some of the
wards. That is just what wo waut to
see, as it makes ii more fri:in and
iutercsting when'iie has an opponent.
Headache is "e direct result of
indigestion aud stomach disorders.
Remedy these by u-iu DeWitt's
Little F.irh Kiscrt. and your hcail-
rS.ie disappears. The favorite little
pills everywhere; I. Ben. Miller.
Eatr Is one week from next
Sunday auu we under-tand that tbe
children of the Gcrmau Cutiiolie
school arc making preparations for
an entertainment mid a .-ran I ten-t
on that dav at their school I'.on-e.
Surveyors for the Cottcn Hel!
route are m thccitr tivdav. They
liRve le;u over the ground
with the intention of running t lint
read to this city.
The work of putting the cumin;;
around the new Sturdivant Ita:ti;
ouildiiig is nearly completed. It il!
be but a short time until thev will
hive a nice granitoid walk in front
of this bitildiiigand it v. Ill help to im
prove its n'or? a hundred per cent.
Sweet breath, sweet stomach,
sweet temper, a!i result from the use
of I )e Witt's Little Kariv Ilisers the
fiimous little piils. I. Ln. M tiler,
II. r. Veironnet left f1r St. Lonis
this monjnig to buy a big l"t of
Spring an j "tiiniiier goods. I!e will
remain in the c'iy tor several dcys
aud when he returns he will have
one ot the largest toe!; ol spring and
summer goods to be found in South
There will be only three tirket
in the field" for the coniiug city elec
tion. The fourth t"-ket which
should have been with the rest was
uot Jcnt to Jackson ia time, owing t
the" carcles-uess of Some bne. and it
places many of the candidates in a
very disagreeable position.
A new saloon sooil to be opened
up in the Klagrs building on Broad
The interest in the Benton Mill
belonging te1 the estate r Frank
Meek, deceased; will be sold at pub
lic miction next month:
Nothing so distressing as a hack
ing Coiigh. Nothing so fooiirh rs to
suffer from it. Nothing Jo datigerotis
if allotted to continue. One Minute
CotipTi ( fire, gives immediate relief.
I. Ben. Miller, Druggist:
R. B. Oliver aud Will H. Miilcr,
attorneys for the receiver of the St.
Loo's; Cape Girardcan & Fort Smith
Railroad, are in Jefferson City.
William Yorweg left yesterday
for Hot Springs, Ark. lie will re
main at this biii-fus health resort
about a month.
Judge Jdsepb KoehlPr, of Jack
son, is making arrangements to visit
Europe. He will leave some time in
May and he expects to spend a couple
of mouths in the Old World.
For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers,
of Bay City, Mich, accidently spilled
scalding water over her Utile boy.
She promptly applied DeWitt's Witch
Hazal Salue, giving instant relict It's
a wonderful good 6a!ve. for burns,
braises.- Pores, and a snre Cure for
piles. L Bell. Miller, Druggist.
While at Jackson yesterday we
called at thd Cdih-ISook office to see
the champion prohibition apostle,
but we found him not. Ho was in
St. Louis. His business in the big
city iras" probably to order a few
rases' of bottle ocer for home con-umptioii
Piles of people have piles, bnt
DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve will cure
them. L Ben. Miller, Drnggist.
Rcr. John Cook will lecture in
the Opera House in thH city next
Thursday night, March 30th. Mr.
Cook has a worldwide reputation as
an orator, and those of our citizens
who fail to hear hi in will miss a rare
Dr. Harris is going to remodel
the buildiug occupied by the Demo
crat. He says he is going f? make
it one of the most attractive build
ings on Themis street. The Demo
crat will move to other quarters iu
a few days.
Small in size, great iu results:!
DeWitt's Little Kariv Kisers. Best
pills for Constipation, best for Sick
Headache, best for Sour Stomach.
They never gripe. I. Ben. Miller,
John Molor, an old and highly
respected citi,en of this county, died
at his home in -.i.t l ii I.iit uiirtit.
March 23d. Mr. Mogler was one of tbe
most prosperous l.-u iners ot the county
lie was known by nearly everybody
in the couutv and bv all he wis honor
ed and respected for his men noble
ij!';:'it:.-s at a citizrn nnd a m ntlemr.u.
Mr. M'-gler ""!s a m.-iu'r.T of the
i:son lod;re, A. O. C W. and his
luuenJ v.-sll MUi vU next Sunday
from .In k' mi. "j he fuucr:ii will lie
rond'ieted by tl:e Jaek'on loJw.
The Cott.-1:! 1'wlt r-llroid sur-
veyors have looked over the rout' be
tween tins city and Delta nnd now
they are iroi::. to mrvcy a route from
Delta to Gruv's i'oint. If the Cotton
I U'"It peopl
iu t-aiiips! aliont ex-
totulin;; tbrir nffl I tr. the Mississippi
Itiver tliiscity is the point they are
If the Cotton licit railroad is ex
tended to this city tiie railroad si.J.f
will uiidoiib'"i! be Moved here also.
This -iionl'i ijive us a right go. id
si.-d boom. Tii" railroad shops give
employment to a large force of hands
and 1 he bauds that work irt suci1
shops are s-ener-.lly lueu of families.
They weuid come l.ere to reside and
titey would have to have houses to
live in and to live upon. AU
these thev notild iri t here.
Au ItnKJrlau; l.v .Hnic Keeled.
Hon. Geo. D. R -ynohK attorney
for Col. Alt, wires Captain Sharp that
the I. S. Cin-iit Court has decided
the suit of the Slate Board of Education
vs. Col. Alt. in v.'.A !i th' title of the
latter to "'Vi'jo acres of "-Swamp and
Oivrllowcd lauds-' iu tiiis County,
was a't"ekcdi in favor Col. Alt.
This snit should never have bceu
brought. Over "JO years ago "the
Cuiintv sold thi; hr.i.l t.; (!. Alt for
over .''.iioo in hard cash :id he l.as
bad poes-cn i.nd lias paM 'axes on
it since t!,at lime. The provision of
tbe Ir.w Ilint permits su h bhiekm
ing suits to be li'-;:iii!i' in the name of
the Slate shoi:!tl be repealed. It
.'1'ottV' be added thst t'.is county waN
uo pr.r!y tti the soil: an t'ie ntber hand
il favyred Col. Alt. and proposed to
stand bv iis harc.in. which was ft
gooil one for the County when it v.as
tt Osrl Cc(c-,Conshi. Esrf Thnct CTCVT-TcflanH
la, wSoopirc CougS. broDrlntii and Akthma. A
ertaia tan for CoMumption ia fixt tug, aad
S rare relief ia ftdvaaoel itagi-B. ttM et oace.
1 03 vrlll Kethe eieeimt eilcot eftrr Ukiu ta
Srel doee. Sold by daaterl creirvoera. larc
bctUoe l anu aa Si.se.
7Vf:ice t-a Tlte Public.
Owing to bad health the uuder
sijrnfd has sold bis stock of saddlery,
buggies, carts and '.priug wagons to
Menr.'. Win. Sailer & Co, corner of
IJroadv ay and Maiu streets iu tbi
cltt. Thanking the public for their
many favors aud good will extended to
me while in business for the past SO
years, I would respectfully ask a
coiit in nance of the same towards the
new linn and I will assure all a lair
treatment by them. Buggies, carts
and spring wagon will be schl lower
than ever. Thev will manufacture
their own collars, saddles, harness
ana bridles which will be s.dd very
reasonable. Repairing will be doue
on short notice. Their horse and
mule collars are not excelled by any
in s6ven state?? and will be retailed at
wholesale prices. Sho!d yu hav a
horse or mule with a sore shoulder,
caused by a collar, you will do well
to call on them for a remedy for such
sores. Oncu more thaut-nj you for
the many past frsvor'T anu good will
extended to me. I would respectfully
ask all persons that know themselves
indebted ts mc In call and settle ac
counts. Please call at the new firm.
Corner of Broadway and Maiu street.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
I am with much rcpcct
Your thankful servant,
m23-Stdw. Hy. A. Porr.
Receiver's Sal .
The nndersiened receiver for the
firm of Khtgc A Klingeniauu will, on
Saturday, April 1, 193. aud from day
to day until all the goods belonging
to said firm are sold. The goods to
be sold consists of saddles, harness,
collars, bridles and all of such other
stock as Is kept in a saddle and har
ness shop. Ciiari.es Ki.agks,
Cape Girardeau, Mo. March 22, '33.
THE IDLEWILD BECEPTIOX.
The Flmc rrnniutm ia Exrar
lad ta Caataiarec;
Capt. Geo. Keith and. his fellow
officers of the steamer Xew Idlewild
gave a grabd excursion last Tuesday
from this bity ts Commerce abd re
turn to the citizens ot Cape Girardeau.
Three hundred invitations bad'becn
previously issued to the business men
and their lady friitd4 and other
citizens, and while the hour for the
departure of the boat was anxiously
awaited bv a Eealous throng o!
pleasure seekers the guests crowded
into the cabin to see aud hear Miss
Mamie Filbruu and Mr. W. V. Leech
present to the captain and officers cf
the boat the beatitiful Hag which had
been secured by our citizens for the
occasioh. The doners ot the flag
could well feel proud of the happy
and peasant manner in which Mist
!"Mirt:ii ni;J Mr. Leech presented the
flag. MirS Lii!u Lucas and S. M.
Green, Ksniii behalf of Capt Keith
and his officers accepted the flag in
neat and graceful speeches, aul Major
J. I!. Dtnuis in his usual happy nnd
tppn-'iniate maimer iu bcliall of Col.
T. J. Mos 'h-ned the i-iiiicas ol
Cape Girardcan for the flag presented
and for their past patronage of his
boats. The flag wa3 theu raised to
t!ie jaikstafl by the graceful bauds of
Miss I'iibr'.tn and MisS l.tieas aid
then Was revealed in grave-fid folds!
iloctUsg in the btifl" broer.e the name!
of otir i-itv cmblaitued oil the ilsp I
and tlius will the name of Cape -.':r-nr'lcati
be kept fresh iu ttic chcuuels
of trudc and commerce.
Promptly at 2 p. tn, the New Idle
wild started on her trip to Coinnieree
with about "f-t. htiiidrcd guests
aboard, and with music aud dance
the rnu to Coinmeree was soon made,
and while the freight :is landed thcrc
the guests viewed this antique town
and gathered momentous of the trip.
They raided the Commerce pottery
and despoiled it of vast numbers ol
church savings jng3 and tmh lady is
now starting a private saving bank
fir ilicaccuuiulatiou of funds to attend
the World's Fair this summer. As
the bout passed the aaticient city of
Thebes many were interested iu see
ing the old eotil t house on the hill
side where once Lincoln aud Douglas
aud the other Uliuoi gir-uts prr.cllccd
law whey, Thebes was the county seat
of Alexander county a::d when the
site wiiT'ie Cairo u'jtv is was only
imul. i-v. amp aud water.
On the return trip the pilosis wer
glad to see 'ic tables reparcd for
supper, for the zest of the trip and
the cnjo merit ot tbe c."tc"rsion and
the txerciseat 'Jomtncr.-c had wiictted
the a:'.e'.Uc3 of to a keen edge.
But ubcu siij-pcr was ready there
was er.oiigh, to satisfy ail, and such a
supper Oysteis, celery, salads of sev
eral kinds, baef, eldeken, wini'?;
oniii'.'cs sliced in siierrv. strawberries.
j it c ei-ea;r. in fart evervtliiug craved
by t'fc f.istidiotis taste of an epicure,
and ail prepared aud scrvc-l ia the
I mo. t eg.:i,t inanm r. Some of our
teinpcratu e eitt.c-":- t:ir"ie'l ttieir wine
-es dm it but tiiey ate the sliced
oranges with rare relish snd declared
their, the jtteic.t oranges they had
On her return trip the boat arriv?d
at ( ape (iirarde-ui at 9 p. m., and be
fore discmbarkiug, the guests a"'
tin: cabin aud ai!
the following rcsolu-
WiiKiii-AS, Col. T. J. Mc;s: Capt.
(Jcorga G. Keith, Robert I Taylor,
John Davidson and David Blair, the
otlicers of the steamer v Idlewild.
have afforded the citizens of Cape
Girardeau an excursion from Cape
Cirardeau to Commerce with rare and
exquisite enteriaiuim nt. and.
Whkkeas. The enjoyment of our
citizens has been so lull anil complete
and without ft r-ingio unplca-aut in
cideut, but on the cot'trary full of
unalloyed enjoyment and comfort
and iu assured safety. Therefor?, be
liaulrcd. That our siureee thanks
arc hereby tendered to C'1. Moss for
his open handed hospiliKty; to
Captain Kcitl. for his watchful care
aud itlcntiou to the wauts of all who
participated in the rxeurdbn: to
ltViert I- Taylor, clerk, for his de
votion to the duties of his olli'je iu al:
that makes r.u accomplished clerk in
answering every call: to Steward
David Blair, for the f nmp'tous supper
served in elegant style: iu short to the
pilots and eugincers and to all other
officers on duty during the excursion,
and we assure Ih-m of the good will
of the citizens of Cape Girardeau to
them personally aiid to the New
Idlenild, and that our citizens will
ever hold Col. T. J. Moss in fond
rcmcmberance for hi3 enterprise,
liberallity and progressivencss in
furnishing to onr city one of the best
aud fastest boats on the Mississippi
Rifer, aud that oiir citizens will re
ciprocate to him by a liberal patronage
of the New Idlewild.
f HE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BWGHT AND
HEW AND COMPLEXIO! 15 fcETTEft.
r tfoctor n It ae ctir on ,h lljw
mmOm frcm h'lm. aod la yrvn. fcrtxctucwaCj 9
" Andm-fUe;Mtat50c,ndaiJk,ariictTe. It
HARLAN P. PEIROXITET.'
"WILLIAM II. AVILLER.
For City Attorney,
SAM 31. GKKEN.
For City Clerk,
GEORGE E. CIIAfPELL.
For Recorder or Police Judge,
EDWARD D. EXGLLMAXN.
For Councilmcn First "Ward,
JOHN F. SCHUCHERT.
JAMES I. RlDEii.
For Cour.ciinteu Second Ward,
CLARENCE S. GIVEJfS.
HENRY C. HAl'EXSCHILD.
For Councilint-n Thi d Ward,
HEX II. ADAMS.
For Couiicilmcii Foltrt "Ward.
i)AVM A. GLENN,
.ri GlST SHIVELBLNE.
STATE OF MISSOURI, j
Coi'xty ok Cai'e Girardeau.)
said, hereby certify that the above and foregoing contains a list ot all candidates for the respective offices named
to be voted for at the tfnsuiu City Election to be held in the City of Cape Girardeau ori Tuesday, April 4th. IMS;
together with the names of the political parlies by which said candidates hav! been nominated, as the sstae have
been certified to aud are now on fllb.in my office.
f . , AVitness my baud aiid official seal, done at office in the City of Jackson this 21st day of March;
skau 13. WILLIAM. PAAR, .
1 s ' ' County Clerk.
Tav O ld and Young.
TatlV V.tvcr ?n art an klnilty on the
r' 11. 1 lie to!l:'tc Cemtiie ctr lufiria
oift n;e, us uMia in vigorous nua,
jr;vc f orao to ihe wentf stomach, bow
.!; I. i'lvryn rna bZacMcr. To thete
o.m:A &Eh:lr nlren:tltcniua; qaftlfliea
ore vcnOcrCnl. cseuin(r tlicia topmx
farm iltcii fuus&ioas aa fa ymii
0ce, li'i to HI W:ishington St., K. I,
The f'olun:btnm Menip la Trnble.
Te:i miles from Asheville is a post
office known r.s Csudlbr. Mr. J. S.
Ilcarv of Charlottesville city sends a
good many letters there, and Intel!
has bei n using the Columbian stamps.
Oue day lie received a letter from his
correspondent there saying that the
postmaster at Candler had made him
pay "-cgiiar letter postage bii every
letter he (Mr. Henry) had sent with
the Colnmbiah stamp on it, and com
pelled him 10 state who it was tending
letters "with them pictures bii tficfn
for stamps." In vain did Mr. Henry's
correspondent explain and remon
strate. The letters with the Columbian
stamps were not forthcoming until ai
the postuiaT!?! said, ""the postage was
Having received the nomination
for Assessor by the c'tiieus of this
city without nny solicitition ou my
pari aud desiring to bo of some use
to the people of the c'ty and feeling
ih-.t I have the uueuviable right of an
American Citizen to ask for it, 4ml
having an abiding faith in the intelli
gence and good sene of the people of
this city ami feeling !o that, notwith
standing, l have some times in the
past and am not ashamed of il
worked at th" tailors trade: respect
fully ask th"Votee of the city to re-
j member me at the polls at the coming
Now, ail I ask of the voter as he is
to vote for Assessor, i to be sure he
i right ami tlieti o ahead. Should I
be tiie choice ot the people, I will to
the very bet of my ability faithfully
perforin the duties of the office ac
cording to law.
Therefore you who desire to make
a d iy'.s journey toward the promised
land vote for your humble servant,
TllOS. B. PfSSET
Pnetien'a jerflica Halve.
Tiir B-t Salvk iii the world for
Cuts. l!riii-es. Sores. Clcers, Salt
Rhettin. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
ban. Is, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give sntisiaftion. or money refunded
I'riee 25 routs per box. For sale at
Wilson's Drug Storo
"Wants, Vt Bale, Lost, Etc.
NotiwiiiM-rtnlnii'ler this head not exceed
inK five lines forten cents.
IfOfNIV A rocket-book coniaii.lna; some
m:-;. owner caunave aiiMsby calliug
ou Cirv Manhsl Grleb.
a S rooms and kitchen, cellar, etrtern and
well. Good location . Adams Peine.
NYOKlM!nni to tnkf lef-wma In trrnch
or "Tinan. honM call on iTnf. lie lt'tl-
llngcr. St. t-haxle Hotel, Cape Girardeau, Mo
mrANTEI A rniTrhanT for lo- ld M
front oa M'TTiwrthci htTfrt by II-; it-rt
dtM-p. h-'twn LiniT:ier a.a t-onntain ain-e
fttr paniruiPFcaii wii . niij.
w?ok I.E tne of the roost uraii-aoi.? rpti-
-T .leticrt iu this city; throe stry t.-n-ronm
hrifk house, hall
two ciRtirsi8. llrFt-
class brick out houses
etc. Call on B. F
'tiki? s f frW:i4 flno brk tal!ion. wren
M- v-fp oil. Oii fine Jnrk aud a pcir of
Tonnifmuii. ?ix miiw north 01 tne caw on
.. j ... aIH Ij.Ijt Ttt-m. A Int.
t ;ih m-jtj bkiu, us uc w
FOR SALE -A farm of mnpty-ftve acTM one
half mite north ot "apt -iiranlfan. known
fit Kb in ilar Fr fnrthrr particulars
atMrrw Chrlca Klein, St. Chjciea, Mc.
tafsPiviFT iim;k no. ic k. of p.
. Conv ut.oufcT.'ry rnaavnijcnw
Hall ii tmrtt nnoroi oiutwtbih nm
' bailJii'tt. Viit.nKnUhta welcomed
4a!4. Mt hiMNA. u.oiu mo.
nr. w. Jt- c. c.
WAflrl'a rnlnmb-kn ExiXtflitiOll II-
ktratiwi 1 h rrest onr an to fnruinb
anth.-ntio Werl-i'a Fair Inforniation- J. B.
Cairpbt.ll, PobH3beT, and 161 Adaxrn atreet.
V.id faT.K I offer my farm oftrt acffi for
A. nlo. Th f:."rn U in a pletHHd tate ol
i.;r.T. Km nTfhrd ofallkiuila offroite:
i lfpeatcd on the Cior!ojTlllle road, two mile
rrvm the MiNi-ij-pi Kicr, nar the Fair
i.r. -l t-xj'l ont h.iuses. For lunger nar-
:mnlarl 0009;. CtllJaX. IMU cwrins,
. rmi in or aOilrctu Looia 0wala, taps
LEON J. ALBERT.
"WILLIAM H. HUTEIiS.
THOMAS Ii. PENNEY.
"WILLIAM C. BEUGMANN.
For City Attorney;
SAM M. GREEJf.
For City Clerk,
GEORGE E. CIIAPPELL.
For Recorder or Police Judge.
EDWARD D. ENGELMAXX.
For Couneilmen Hrst Ward.
JOU? F. SCHT'CliFRT.
JAMES U. RIDER.
For Conncilclen Second Ward,
HENRY A. LEHER.
F. SL WILLIAMS.
For Cooucilmen Third Ward,
LEO C. P.AUMAXN.
For Couucilmeu Fourth Ward.
EDWARD F. BLOMEYETt.
THOMAS F. POWERS.
I, William Paar. Clerk c'f the Countv
I-iargretst Stoclr of
ITow ready for your Inspection at
H. P. PES
Fanners Look to Your Own Interests
lltiy where you can get the cheapest and the best ior your money. I
trill sell you the Dew, al! steel frame, chaiii drive
V. M. OSKORNK Harvester and Binder fof $105
D. M. OSBORXK No. 4 Mowerfor $ 40
These are good machines; no better
improvements. Also GAItR SCOTT engines and threshers, straw-stackers,
etc. Drills, Plows, Harrows and all Farming Irapliuients. Juj-Do not fail
to see nie if you want larm tools.
S. Albert Grocer Co-
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Agents, Bichards' Cape Lime.
jLTileM.is d "Water Sts-y
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
lepe Ipiiiepy See Oil
Cape Grixard-earcL, i2vo-
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
A. TtTJEPIGEU, Pres. '
K. W. FEUERBACUEB, Vice Pres.
A. J. LASG, Scc'y.
L. F. KIX)5TEKMAXS, Treas.
OTTO UAXXY Ocnl Agent.
LEON J. ALBERT.
"WILLIAM II. WILLEB.
For Treasurer .
For City Attorney;
SAM M. GREEN.
For City Clerk;
GEORGE P. CIIAPPELL.
For Recorder cr Police Judge,"
EDWARD D. ENGELMANN.
For Conecilmen First Ward.
For Coitnciltnen Second Ward,
For Couucilmen Third "Ward,
For Couucilmen Fourth Ward.
Court, within and for the cohritv afore- -
made. ITave all the latest and best
J. M. MORRISON.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
F. W. FEUERBAHER.
A. J. LAXG.
L. F. KLOSTERM AX? ."
K, PlfcROXSET -
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