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' ffgKor'e Waadorlna-a,
. The City Council will meet next
A new" barber shop has been
'opened op in tbeIIouck block on
South Main street.
A new and handsome iron Seriee
lias been put np in front of lie Ger
man Catholic Church and St. Mary's
Parochial school. The fence was
made by the Caf foundry.
The fashions in the millinery line
this year are both novel and beautiful.
Our milliners hare purchased their
spring stocks fe'6 J tfe'ey will soon show
the ladies what is fashionable tn spring
The tic cwift are now at work
and judging front the number of ties
piled up along flie river bank south
of the railroad depot we- are inclined
to believe Ttiat they will bare a
job for all spring lad summer. Every
?eut that they make h expended in
August ScLliccker is one Cape
'boy Who has gone West to grow up
With the country. August is at
Yinita, Indian Territory, where he has
set np in the jewelry busiues. We
rc always pleaded bear of cur
yiuug men doing well and especially
re we pleased to learn that our young
friend Schliecker T3 In EusiflcS. tor
bluisclt in the far West
IT your appetite is (rone nnlli
tntr will rrnlore It mure quickly
lbiua "'. . '. Certain Clstll
Cnrr,' the crent Tonle and
rnaramtred Cure for C hills and
Fever. Price. SO cents.
V or srtlo by W. 15. Coerver, druggi st
"At the Fair next October there
will, be some new attractions for
Wednesday. A greaeed pole tweuty
feet high with a ten dollar bill at the
tup of it for the person whoenn climb
to tli top, will be one of the attrac
tions. Fire dollars will be paid to
the jierson who retches and holds by
the tail a grcired pig and five dollars
V"?1 be given to the lucky man iu a
There should have Seen four
'tickets in the field for our city clec-
li-.m but there is only three. Petitions
were gotten up iu accordance with
tw for four tickets but only three of
them were feut out for the County
flerk to certify to. Who is to blame
lor the failure of the delivery of the
fourth ticket to the County Clerk we
lo not kuoWj but it looks very much
like there was a ui'g'ger in the wood
jiile in somebody's back yard.
The brick masons are at wtf ou
Ilenry Huhn's new building ou South
Wc JotM nane the men that
V-ill be elected next Tuesday but we
don't want to aM wc don't have to.
Iwreuee Stolzer is building a
drying house in the rear of his meat
market house Independence street.
Call on the S'ccretary.U you want
home shares of Stock of the Cape
tiirardeau Building and Loan Associa
Remember that we are now
feituated on Main street, opposite the
St, Charles hotel, and are prepared to
tlo aH kinds of job work. j
We understand that Hotel Scott
Vvill change bands in a few cs. This
is one of the nicest lithe hotels in the
fcity and it has good run of business.
The trtlcy Wmdemuation suit ot
the tnty of Cape Girardeau vs. Louis
Monek, !s set for trial W the Circuit
fcourt at Frodesicttown this week.
Some of bur betting men arc
putting up some of their monet on
the result of the St. Louis city elec
tion, toot on our own city election we
have heard of liB bets being made.
The Board oi Dirccld rs of the
taue Girardeau Building and Loan
Association have ordered the i.'stte of
an additional one hundred Shares ot
the sixth series; cominenceiug Dec 26
C. C. C. Certain Cora. Core"
removes corna, warts bunions,
anoles and callouses; Warran
ted See that C. C. C Is blown
la every bottle. Take no other.
For sale by W. IL CServtif, druggist
W. J; Palmer, ot Ardeola, has
purchased the Spanish Street Hotel
and will raovi to this city: Mr. Pal
mer has put new furniture in the
inu and he inLerids to ran1 first-
Otto HaiJriy went down to Corii-
tnerce last Tuesday in the Interest of
the Cape Brewery mi Ice Company
nd now wet hope those saloons at
Commerce will soon be jelling the
celebrated Cape beer.
Invitations arc' oft aiinonniitig
the marriage of WilHarrt Bock fo
Miss Berth Kruse, of Keteff. The
esrenfotiy be perforiifidf fa lite
fcermin Lutheran CkorcU SXKekb,
ucoiruig 10 uare some
shares of Stock of the Sixth Series of
the Cape Girardeau Building and
Loan Association of Cape Girardeau
can obtain them by calling on the
Secretary. Henby A. Astholz.
There is how only two r&cant
lots on Main street A few years. ago
mere were five or six lots on Main
trect that had no buildings on them,
in tact, booth Main street was a field
it weeds on either side.
Piles of people have piles, bnt
DeWitt's Witch naiel Salve will cure
them. L Ben. Miller, Druggist.
A water tank has been built near
the river at the lower en J of Main
street for the purpose of supplying
the street sprinkler with water. A
nice sprinkler ef improved make has
been bought and it is now making its
William Vorweg writes home
from Hot T3tr.s, Ark, that he is
taking four baths and walking four
miles a day. He says he has drank
nothing stronger than coffee since
his arrival at the Springs, and be ex
pects to be a picture of good health
fn a few weeks.
Children IlketoTake "C.C.C
Certain Chill Cure," the pleas
ant ana guaranteed enre Tor
Fever. Ae and Malaria.
Price M cts.
For a .le ty W. It Coerver, druggist
The Owl s annual Easter ball will
'take f.Iare Monday evenidfr next in
the 0. Club Hall. The Excelsior
Rand will s'crctiade the Club at 8
o'clock. At 8:30 overture by Prof.
Kassel's Orchestra, and the ball will
open in a graud march promptly at
8:45. Only f.ket holders will be al
tnitted to the halt
Miss Katio Duffy, sister-in law of
Pat QucDan, died at her .nre near
this city March 29th, 1893, at the ad
vanced age of 70 years. The relatives
aud many friends of the deceased
deeply mourn their loss .tA we ex
tend to them in their sad bereavement
our V!r cere sympathy.
Small in size, great in results:
De Witt's Little Early Kiscrs. Best
pills for Constipation, best for Sick
Headache, best tor Sour Stomach.
They never gripe. L ?en. Miller,
The Street Railway Compauy
has received 0 more cars, and we
understand it is the intention of ta'e
management to put two more cars on
the line. This would give the people
pattuMnjr the street cars a car
about nt'.t seven or eight minutes
and wc believe it would greatly in
crease the business of the Company.
The adj utter Tov the 'G'friEsn
Insurance Company settled with J.
M. Morrison, and Maj J. B. Dennis
to-day for theft losses suaVaed by
the burning of their buildings on
Spanish street a .few weeks ago.
Nicholas Wichtericr. is the local
agent for company.
The wind from the North blows
sharp and keen, and bad effects of
rolds are seen. One Minute Cough
Cure so safe and sure, will qtiicklcy
perform a wonderous cure. I. Ben
The steel rails for the Commerce
and Morley railroad are being loaded
on barsci at St. Louis for shipment.
The tics have also been purchased
and the track laying will soon begin.
A large force ot hands are now at
work chot'ping H the right of way.
The people of Commerce are delight
ed oyer their prospects of securing a
railroad but they are not willing for
Commerce to be the terminus oftho
new road. They want it exteuded up
the river to Cape Girardeau aud they
want the people of this city to sec to
If "C. C. C Certain Chill Cure"
tonot the best remedy yon have
over used for Chills and Fever
Tatar aoney will be refunded.
Itamsant to take. Large bottle
Tor sale by W. H. Coerver, druggist
The street cars seem to be haul
ing very lew people. We have been
watching them foi several days and
we regret to say that they are not'
being patronized as they should be.
People walk along the street and pay
ho attention to the cars that arc going
their way. Kow it rosts only three
and a third cents to ride on the sh-eet
car a silm so small that every citizen
of the city enn afford to spcud with
out fttiv risk bT becoming b'abkrupt,
but it is a sum large enough if all will
ride on the cars to mafc the Street
Car Cttpany self sustaining, and as
the enterprise is one that benefits the
whole city it is to be hoped that our
tieonlc will take enough pride in
themsees, the city and UiStnterprise
to make it a success. Step that
walk in uu and down town. When
vou have occasion to go get on a
street car. Every cent you contri
bute to the Streetcar Company is
thrtt much contributed to the fu ttire
greatness of tile city.
Peach1 trees arc in bloom; and if
we have no frost w will have lots of
fault thM year.
The capitai stock of the Jackson
Bank has been increased from $25,-
000 to $50,000.
Died, in WilHamsville, March
Joth, 18?3; the infant child of Mr. ana
Mrs. R. F: George.
John Langlois is building
twelve room h'ou.'e on bis lot oat on
the Bloomflcld road.
William Bohnsack had to take a
bovs stilt home Tuesday; Ue has
another boy lit his honee.
Misses Clara Schultr and Clara1
Geyer, of Cairo, III, are visiting the
fauiily of John F. Yogehangcr in this
The City Coitncil wl! rSect neit
Monday night. After that ftcetirig
the old Beard Will haveb'tft C'ne more
regnlsr wetting end tbtrt will be on
The stockholders of the Jackson
Building and Loan Association pro
pose to increase the capital stock ot
the Association to $500,000.
Where are the CottoS Belt sur
veyors? We would like to see them
snrveyiag and locating their road to
this city. We need more railroads
and the Cotton Belt road is one of
the roada thai will do us most goad.
Success in everything depends
largely upon good health. Dc Witt's
Little Early Risers are little health
producing pills. See the point? Then
take an "Early Riser." I. Ben. Miller
uon. ic li. vniteiaw is in
Washington, D. C. Mr. Whitelawis
an applicant for Government ap
pointment and his many friends here
would be pleased to learn ot his suc
cess in securing what he asks for.
Thos. B. Penny is a candidate
for city assessor at CapeGirerdcau on
the Citizens ticket. He made a No. 1
county assessor and would make
equally as good city assessor. CUth-
56thig?o distressing s a hack
ing Cough. Nothing so foolish as to
sOffer from IC Kothing so dangerous
if allowed to continue. One Minute
Cough Cure gives immediate relief.
L Ben. Miller, Druggist
Mat Morrison will. begin in a few
days to re-build on M-e site of the
building oh Spanish street that was
recently destroyed by fire. He will
botld a house the same size of the one
destroyed by fire.
Charley Understcll has purchased
a steam cirrousal and has set it up in
Ilaarig where he is doing a good busi
ness. The nia'chine is a good one and
the young folks are haviug a grand
old time every evening by paying
their nickels for "a trip around the
Headache is vl direct result of
indigestion and stomach disorders.
Remedy these by using DeWitt's
Little Early Risers, aud your head
re'ie disappears. The favorite little
fills everywhere. I. Ben. Miller,
Rev. Q. n. Shinn, of Galesburg,
Illinois, who is doing missionary
work for the UniversM'st Church
will preach at the court house to
night. The- Uuiversalists believe that
all w!ll be saved, aud the Democrat
is with them. Hell is a mvth and the
mau who preaches hell iu this en
lightened a c is a d d fool.
Our business men are not crowd
ing us for advertising space, iuey
sre probably waiting for Something
to turn up, but wc ran tell thrm that
if anything turns up these times it
hM to have seme Help r.nd there is
nothing mire powerful as a lifting
rtachiue than priuters' ink. We have
the iuk and the columns of the Dk.mo-
cpat a'; oner- to tl'.oe v-ho desire to
Sweet breath, sweet stomsch,
sweet temper, all .-e.;ult lrom the use
of DeWitt's Little Earlv Risers the
famous little tii'is. I. Ben. Miller,
We will give a street car ticket
to every pesonver sixteen years ot
age who will atteud church Vrxt
Sunday. We care not what church
they desire to attend, but we waut it
distinctly understood that the tickets
will be given only 'c persons who
will agree to atteud church on the
day specincd, which is April ?id;.
The Street Car Company will
soon put on two more cau and then
there will be no waiting for Bfteen
minutes to catch a car. The Com'
pany is doing a spiendiu uusiucss
right along and when the service is
made complete by the addition of
two more ciis the business will in
crease to four times what it has becu.
A few years gc no citken of this
city would have believed that a street
car line would pay iu this city but
we have the line tw established and
it is paying handsomely.
For instance, Mrs. Chas. Roger;
of Bay City, Mich, accideutly spilleu
scalding water ever her little boy.
She promptly applied DeWitt's W itch
Hazal Sa'tle, giving instant relief. It's
a wonderful good salve lor burns,
bruises, sores, and a sure cure for
piles. I. Bwi. Miller, Druggist.
The lecture ot the Rev. Joseph
Cook at the Opera House last night
was nothing more than an ordinary
sermon. Strange thai we can get no
lecturers here that will let religion
alone. We are a christian people
but we ere opposed to attending
church at the Opera House, "-here an
admission lee is charged at the door
aud au additional fee demanded for it
reserved seat after entering the house,
Let us have a change in the- pro
gramme tf lectures. Lets select men
who are not cranks oil any one sub
ject: Wfe bitve houses of worship in
this city for religious discnssion and
our preachers do not demand one
hundred dollars per night for freak
ING I reft. BRIGHT AND
NEW AND HV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
ID4 kitlnK7m.mrutlmmttmmiit laud.. Thi. dHn
nuk mat , tudk.
la Hew Oiuten.
The Democrat is now located
in the Arcade building on Main street
The office was moved last Tuesday
from the building it occupied for
sixteen years on Themis street That
building is now the property ot Dr.
S. S. Harris ana he is going to re
model it and fix it np for a business
house and residence.
The Democrat's new location is
more convenient for business, it is
in the center of the business .part Of
the city where it can be found with
out trouble by strangers in the city
as well as by oar own business men,
and we invite all to can and see us
whether ttey have business or not
We have the most complete printing
establishment In this part of the State
and we can do anything in the way of j
printing that can be done anywhere
in the big cities.
1 he nr l Rad.
Frederick Douglass recently ad
dressed the Negro school children at
Easton, Md twelve miles from where
he w'u born, and where he has pur
chased a beautiful residence in which
to spend his declining years.
Mr. Douglass told the children of a
Negro slave boy whose father and
mother died when he was 6 years of
age. llis bed the dirt floor of a
hovel In cold weather he often crept
headforemost into a meal bag, leaving
his feet in the ashes of a small fire to
keep them warm. Sometimes he
satisfied hunger by roasting an ear of
corn or eggs, which he had secured
by crawling under barns hud stables.
His sole garment day and night was a
tow Mnea shirt. Thers were no
schools for Negro children then, but
he learned to read from an old Web
ster spelling book, and to write from
copy set lor him on cellar doors by
boys and men willing to help him.
The name of that boy was Frederick
Douglass, vho afterward became the
greatest man his rac. has produced
Ameaica, and who has served as
Presidential elector, United States
Marshal and diplomat.
The children to whom Mr. Doug
lass spoke could 'ict comprehend bis
position in slavery days days when
eminent clergymen denied that the
Negro had a soui. Only those into
whose beings the iron of such an ex
perience has entered can comprehend
that. The 'lice which Mr. Doug
lass gave to the children who listened
to his eloquence ought to be written
in letters "f gold. He said: "So long
as you remain in ignorance, so long
will you fail to command the respect
of y?nr fellow men."
Education raised Frederick Doug
lass from the lowest plane to the
highest fame. It is the royal road
which the Negro must traverse if he
is to obtain power, aWucuce and
respect. The white people of the
South, who have treated the Negro
with contempt aud cruelty, have for
gotten that of one blood God made
all nations of the earth. Separation,
isolation aud hatred have intervened.
The progress of education has raised
some people, while others have re
mained iu ignorance.
When knowledge shall cover the
face of the cari'j the people of God's
creation will be one again.
hotter la Tbe Public.
Owing to br.d health the under
signed has sold his stock of saddlery,
buggies, carts aud spring wagons to
Messrs. Wm. Sailer & Co., corner of
IJroadway and Ma'r streets in this
city. Thanking the public for their
mauy favors aud good will extended to
mo while in business lor me pasi ao
ycara; 1 would rcspecttuliy asK a
continuance of the same towards the
new firm and I will assure all a fair
treatment by them. Buggies, carts
and spring waoiif will be sold lower
thau ever. They will manufacture
their own collars, saddles, harness
aud bridles which will be sold very
reasonable. Repairing will be done
oi short notice. Their horse aud
mule collars are not excelled by any
in seven states and will be tetailcd at
wholesale prices. (Should you have 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
stfres. Once more than kin? you for
the many past favors aud good will
extended to me, I would respectfully
a?k all persons that know themselves
imlnhted to me to call fna BttU" ac
counts, l'lease call at tne. new urm,
cornsr of Proadway ard Male street,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
I am with mucb respect
Your ttianktul servant, P
m23-3tdw. lit. A. POTT.
It is made my duty to noiiiiuat
on or before July 1st next, a cadet to
the U. S. Naval Academy.
Therefore, a competitive examina
tion w'U be held at Cape fcirsrueau
on June 1st next I designate as
Board of Examiners, Dr. J. IL Rider,
Prof. W. D. Varidiv-r and Rev. Father
J. T. McDermctt.
Applicants are required to beat
least five fctt in height, between the
Sgcs ol fifteen and tweuty years:
physically sound, well formed, of
obtist con? titutiou and bona fide resi
dents of the district. They must be
versed in reading, writing, spelling,
arithmetic, algebra, grammar, geogra-
ph aud U. S. history.
The candidate recommended by
the board will reclcve the nomination.
M. C. 1 1th Mo.
(Papers in this Congressional dis
trict please copy)
neklea, a m Ira. naive.
The Best S ax vb in the world for
Cuts; Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Pilei,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to irive sotisfaftion. or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at
A ! Blt or nuaav EafkuliM
by the Lmi ceasm.
When the Constitution of tSc
United States was adopted only in
every 80 of the people who ordained
and established it were residents of
cities or towus baring 8,000 inhab
itants or upward. There were but
six such places in the entire country.
San Francisco,' not founded Until 6ti
years after, and 1,600 miles west of
the then western boundary, has m'trc
tEan twice as many inhabitants as had
all the cities together when the ceusus
Few features of the 11th census are
more deserving oi close study than
those which show how rapidly the
United States is changing frcin an
almost purely rural to what proiuisrs
ere long to be an urban country. Thr
writer gives an extensive aud elabor
ate survey of the whole country, and
furnishes numerous data and statistics
in proof of this. Speaking generally,
there Eas been an absolute decrenst
in the rural population of ail thr
more dersely populated agrienliiirnl
regions of the country. It litis been
as general in fertile Xew lork is 111
sterile and rock bound New England
The banks of the Mississippi, the Hi
soun, the far West, California. tin
South, are all represented, liegiuu!-
which differ widely in their character
istics of soil, climate, product anil
occupations are include!.
But the United States is not alone.
The ratio of urbau to rural population
Is increasing raD!rtly over almost all
the civilized world. In mauy coun
tries large areas have recently ex
perienced the absolute loss of rtrt!
inhabitants, for which many causes
are sought and assigned.
That the urbar. shall grow more
rapidly than the rural populat;ou ii,
under present conditions,au econ jinic
necessity. The generally low prici s
Of agricultural products Ur.ilC uilh
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the other data to show that the sup
ply of such products is on the whole
increasing faster than pupn'iaiiou.
Improvements in agricnltmnl ma
chinery, easy aud cheap transporta
tion and an increase -A laborer-, a'!
t 1 - . , 1 t.: a. ..i. 'I , . .
ever increasing competing of fYrh-i
made goods with the prodm is of tin
handicr'.fls is another potti-l I'm lor.
The whole tendency of '' licf;ry
system is to draw away fn.-.n il:e
country districts almost ail the popu
lation uot directly engaged in tilling
the soil. The social . aud iu!i-! - im
attractions ofcitylitc, espe i;di fur
the brighter and more active-mind d
of the country youth, a"c a11"" i"j
questionably powerlul fm t.irs in
build up the cities ac the cxprnc i f
the country di.-trictr. Tre ;!creai-e
of rural population has !rcu iiiort
general iu those portions of the roi.n
try in which cities and !! me
most numerous, and in v I iuh the
railroad facilities are the be.-!.
Te VmIs of CHhlfn.
An Ohio merchaut who k-'i kl:"rbp
clerks, each one of whom lim' Ie V',
own change and had free nece?s to
the money-drawers, was the other 'ay
?kcd by a commercial traveler wh
It did not keep a ca'iEier to receive
'Cost too much," was the r.'plf.
"But are your elerks honetvr
Have you any obiect'on to :.;y try
Cctaiuly not: goahejd In !"n way
The traveler went away, out in
about threehoursb! returned andiai -in
aloud voice so that all niilil hear.
"When I was hear this forenoon I
paid you a bogus quarter by mistake.
In case you find it in counting up U-
ight, lay it aside and I'll !--lee'"i it."
Then the traveler, accompanied by
tbe merchant, took position where the
btck door and the alley could le l-.pl
in view, and in less than ten ininiivs
out came tbe head clerk and tm,tioJ a
handful of silver on the head eta Kir
rcl and pawed It over. , The bogus
puarter was net there. Ur retrHic.
te the store arid out canie the seruml
clerk and went thrciigfi .'ie fain-!
profraihire. He wa foliowtsi oy
the third, and after lie .cHwpttwea
the merchant calmly, ".i.srr.eu . .
"I've been waitiuji il.i-'e tKSrtrhn
years for trade to pick up, and 1 rather
think I'll try the cashier ytciii."
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aartaiaein Br Ouaaiui
la Slat atagea, aa4
tana. Oaa atanoa.
It IU. 8aU k Jralei narywbara. UV
leslaa M aanta aW 1.JC
Eaater Hons I -rvlr
Will be held at Christ's Episcopal
Church at II a. m- Piindi'y, April
2nd, Rev. S. . Artlinr officiaiiajf. ;
Christ Our rassovtr ...... .'Preston.
Gloria. .............. Mcudelssohn.'
Hymh ....... .
. . . .Simper.
. .' .'Gounod.
. . . Iluuiiuel.
HARLAN P. PEIHONXET;
. . For Assessor,
WILLIAM If. WILLER.
Tor Treasurer, ,
For City Attorney,
SAM M. GREEN.
For City Clerk, . .
. GEOtiGE L. cilAlTELL.
For Recorder or Police Jutlpe,
EPWAIib D. ENWliLMANN.
For Couiirllmen First Ward;
JOHN F. SClSVCIIERV.
. '.TAMES If. CIDER. .
For (Y.iin'-iliiirii Second AJ'afd;
, .( I,.vi:i:.:k givers.
ithxiiV c, 11 ai exsc'IH D:
For Coi.iiciiim n Third Ward,
! IV.llM A X VUG ELSANG.
For I iiii: i!iiu'u Fourt Ward.
DAVID A. GLENN.
At b'T mVE!.tstr.
STATi; OF MLSSOLUI, .
Co:5rVv :' CU'ts OlaABIMSAtr. J 88 .......
.... . . ,- , . h STOIiam Paa'r, Clerk of the County Court, .within mi for the comity
said, hereby certify that the above and foregoing contains a list St all c ndiilltes for the respective offices nahicd
to Ik viiicd ler.at the eusuing C ity Election to be held in the Cily of Cape Girardeau on Tuesday, April 4th. 1M3,
together with the nirtc of tUo f.ftitical parties by which said candidates have been nominated, as the same have
bceu certified to and are now on le In my office. . ..1
Witness my Eand aud official seal, done at office in the City of Jackson this iist 'day .of Mkftft;
- seat; I 1895. WILLIAM PAAR,
' -Lj i . n?U.k-
fcUS PoiflS. .
1 JTorptd (.Iter nnj Itvaprmta. Every
t rcj '-nt any kind f T94
fcOLD E'-OH Ywuxas.
IK'V. (.. ii. js'inm, ot Galesburgh,
111.. General Missionary, will preach
i'i tV. .Court Mose at Cf.pe Gi'tr:
d 1 ..i..v. Siilur.iay and Sunday
rvcniu;. at 7:;!') o'clock. March Slst,
and April Ht cud Jnd. Also Srnda
j at '1 ' h-rk a. ill. Subiects: I-ndav,
Aian-ii .Uft, " hat . js, 5?alvatioii:
Saturday, April Ut, i'.at is Uni-versnli.-m'r"
Sunday, April 2nd, 11
o'-A'cl: c' !' , -1od News." Sunday
vening. at 7: 6 o'clock, "Dcctrie of
J;:d;iM!ii'nt Day and Kingdom of
!' vei)""' .and inw. to Mr. Joseph
Cin.k'.u h':s reference to Uuiversalisni.:
Bly T Bt.
"llnve you any nice chickens?"
c-l-ed thff I: dy in a restaurant.
"Ye-iuin." replied the v.ditck
"Any r.a-t bccfT
- . esyim.
P.un'obrcaH ol veil an J
IXuiU of deserts, too, I sup-
"Well, ivr !ii a .otd rnp of roflee
arid a Iirn roil made of the Union
S'i:i'.. ( i.. fl.iur'r"
"Yes-imi, that's tiic on1! four ire
For sale by all f.rst-r'.ass grocers..
LKI f Mull aatwr
j BnnsHtnir BncUlwl for In the imt oBca c.
t atiawiili, fuz tit veck
Mirrh 47t!i. 11.
liy IJll.rfnlf. ,
. , , f W llam-y,
S W ?iia:-.
I. r Mr'.ura.
Pinions rs!lin for a it- of- tt abnT" tetters
n'ltp! .y "A.tirtii"l." rlrluK .late of
titta list. , II uot eallcl rur within two wct'ka
W wrlMfS"!! he Ihevl Utiler office u
Wa.I.iut--J.n.iijr. ritAMKK,. .
Krrrt i-r'i Smln.
Te nhder.-ii.ied . rccci' er fo? tb?
lint! Ktpjtes & Kliugemanu will, on
Satirrdny, 1' ,c3.aud from day
to day until ail the pool belonging
ttf :Vi"' "rl't are sohl. The goods to
ne Iiiid.iTiifi'ts off addles; harness,
collars, bridled and all of such other
stock as is kept in a saddle and har
ness Shop. ClIAKLKS Ivt.AOES,
Cape Girardeaui Mo. March 22, '93.
Wants, For tale, Lost, Etc.
N-ni7."MtiiU'Mabeal not eic4-
litar l'.va lir.fi.. l.-r Umi ct'i.U.
nnrki-t-hook cntainr aom
i-' i:i(:.f Owiwrr can bar aamtfnr crr.U'
n 1 J K 'rmt'M.e aud pavln 31 ecu 10' fee
f int.to.e aud paving
LAl'lM wlio will ilownliiitroTinK iwii
li..m ill male jruoil wur.,.. Kpply witb
Btnmpe.1 cur.?!arc V
th BenOi VI
a IBB u-
In-U MilUT S.ath
. . 1 v r t-tA tirii-KtnrT hrick Tpvdne.
Ami fcitch. tCls. cistern aud
clalre lcsna In French
hnu!d M n JTof le Bol-
linnrr. . Cberte Hotel. t'pe (iirfrdeao. Mo.
itt TIt' A rnrrbaarr tor lot 13 frH
vv fro it on MiTTiwoluer atnrt by ll feet
.1. ww.latlniM "i 'oonimin kb
"'rrnU.':T"i''Tcall 0:1 J. I. Vray.
I' 'Oil S I.K One of thi- moat itpalrable rri-,-,-ct-i
in tbia eltv : th rw atory leo-mom
bnrk boose, ball, c llai. tworifWma. nrei-laa-
fitrf ort liouKa. et- tall on B. Jr.
FOB 8AI.E-A rim or nlnery-nve acrea) awe
half mile nortb ol ape Olturiiert known
aathe Klhr plane. or fnnfcer pMticalan
ad'ire Charlea Klein, St. Cbarlea, Mo.
naiMlVR Iil;R KO 1(0 K. of P.
1 V)nentinmeery rraaynirm. -a"
Hall lauurn u.-Kjr 01 .huhii.i..
I building. ViitliirKuiithtB welcomed
4 At. MI:lkE?A, a. oi m ma.
m. W. Jlta , C ti.
FOR SAI.K t offer my tarm of w arrea for
aale. - The 'ana la In a anlendid atate of
cnltivatlont haaorrhapd of all kinda offrnita:
U located ?n - liornooTillle load, two milea
rmm the MiMsaiPVi Kieer, near the Kair
i.mmxti Uood honse. cellar, two ciateroa,
boats aid rood oat honas . 'or . farther par-iK-alaJs
coll en ot adilrraa Lon oawild, Cane
. . For, Mayor,
LEON J. ALBERT.
. , For Collector,
WILLIAM II. HCTERS.
THOMAS B. TENNET.
WILLIAM .C. BERG MANN.
For City Attorney;
SAM M. GREEN.
. .. For Cily Clerk,
GEORGE E. cilAPrELL.
. For Recorder or Police Judge.
EDWARD 1). ENUEI.MANN.
For Councilmen First Ward.
JdHX F. SCIir.CHERT.
JAMES U. RIDER..,
For Councilmen Second Ward",
HENRY A. LEI 1 Ell.
i. ii. WlLLUMS.
For Councilmen Third Ward;
LEO C. BAUMANN.
For Councilmeu Fourth Ward.
KDWARO F. BLOMEYER.
THOMAS F. POWERS.
Largrest Stoc3r of
ITgw ready for your Iiispcctiozi at
H. P. PEIRONNET
Farmers Look to Your Own Interests
Itily where you ean get the cheapest and the best for your money. I
will sell j ou th: hew, all steel frame, chain drive
D. Ml OSBORNE Harvester and Bliiderfot. 4105
D. M. OSBORKE No. 4 Mo werfor $ 40
These are good machines; no better
improvement. Also GAI'.K SCOTT engines anl threshers, straw-stackers,
etc. Drills, Plows, Harrows and all Farming Implimcnts. j-Do not fail
to see me if you waut larm tools.
Si Albert Grocer Ccx
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Agents; Bichards' Cape Lime:
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO.
Cap (iirarcLeanii 2vo-
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
A. ntTEDIGER, Pres. .
P. W. FEUERBACHEB, Vice Pres.
A. J. LANG, Sec'y. .
L. F. KLOSTERMANX, Treaa.
OTTO IIASNV, Genl Ajrett.
LEON J. ALBERT:
WILLIAM IL WILLER.
For Treasurer, .
For Cily Attorney,
SAM M. GREEN
For City Clerk,
" GEORGE E. CHAPPELL.
For Recorder or Police Judge,
tDWARD D. ENGELMANN.
For Councilmen First Ward.
For Councilmen Second Ward,
For Cduncilmen Third Watf,
For Corinciiinen Fourth Ward.
made. Have all the latest and best
it. M; MORRISON.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
ABUEDIGEB. . ,
F. W. FECEBBAHEB.
A. J. LANG. "
L. F. KL08TERMAN5.
II. P. PUCKO?.5J?t:
At ? (tit
;be ft?f Hwwt mitHf;
I.t. Tn T'fify rv h-jt rthw i run rami
Wilson's Drus Store
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