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II MR I I H . VI I 1 1 1 A T Key. Va.shiuirt.n Mlcainn.r . ..
'--- uivvililli- ... - o -i 1 ii uusiuess aon'i pick uiisome.
""""'i "u" ,;" traveling in iu i. ...t.i
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Tke Uolaai HuiML
EVKRT SATCBDAT MOBJUKO .' Africa, lectured to ,Jwgo audience tha
,. . . , P . ,Mt.l tooe enlarged to accomodate ! Methodist Church last Sunday roorn-
"wCr,.u.ereSi, tUe masses who Uve ,0 sect jng. The occasion was the more at
T . . so uraie i slielter thcre trlcti ve M jt WM ,he Goden Wed j;
BEN Hi ADAMS.
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A very pretty and interesting ed- "T J?Y W Xiie AgeOt
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Invariant fa .aWtwiios.
descrintinn- nf lha -nitiifmr thMi..i.
vhiM. h K-.i . 1 Ignorance of the merits of De
. b.im j Witfs Utile Early Risers is
uis audience tnat De was familiar with j fortune.
MMmvnk , a . ,
w aoaiuoaal InacrUoa . " S
x dmuu. .
oue year. .
at least a portion of the Dark Conti
nent and the inhabitants thereat
Cure your corus by wearing the
Seal skin shoe sold at the HJein Shoe
S tore" tn liuac vwyly W.H.llutrs
jj " ' v. tail. -gin. g jk IB Hl-
M.00 tCUdiniT to hnnift Ipvfll llllcinnaa ill tho
w no, Coinmou Pleas Court.
rriicna.7:'A'm m i Mucher
lte.,K ImctUoo . " " -Uxrrd at $1.50 at Hainan's.
Only twelve days till the great
southeastern District Agricultural
Fair. Prepare something for exhibi
at Minium, ton nvonthti
"V? . - aaa vrar
CM OoI, UWr nAh
. Biz month
' J 7 one vaar vm ij
MV1 atW w nut Mr 11m h'lViir
famoranduiaa lloda in the Bt
Tha Swamp Laud Commissioners
hold a mcetinir in lhi -iv nn
the 12th of October.
There will be niue booths at the
- Fair this year at which a man can
quench his thirst
oonraa tlenipe will move into
I) is new dwelling house this week.
' -The Tair t now near at hand
and It ia the duty of everv busines
man iu this city to prepare a display
of goods of tome kind for exhibition
in the Floral Hall.
Work on our levee is going on
nicely and when completed will be a
H. P. Peironnct left on the 11:30
train yesterday for St. loui where
lie goes to serve as a petit juror in
the U. S. Circuit Court. j
Mrs. Julius Vasterling is having
s beautiful residence created on
prgg alrcct, between Broadway aud
J. K. Srhwepker the enterprising
Boston Grocer," is giving away
100.00 in cash to his customers aud
invites everyone to call and get a
share of his grand donatiou. Mr.
echwepker means business. w4t
There will be one of the grcatcl
changes in railroad circles in South
cut Missouri soon that has ever
transpired in the annals ot the Mate
K. F. Osterloh bought the Will
II. Wheeler property near the College
Saturdny from B. F. Davis aud D. A.
The Cape Foundry and Machine
ry Co, arc doing a rushing business
-A l"t of notes and accounts wric
old at the court house to-dav aud
considering some ot the men whose
names were attached to them they
brought good prices.
t' IT jar appetite I gone noth
ing will rctvrc It isicru quickly
from $15.51 up at
tit, at low
lucre are a greater number ol
lawyers attendin? the nreseiit iirm nf
the Common Pleas Court than we
nave noticed iu attendance at this
court lor several years.
Yon can get a solid oak parlor
suit upholstered with good quality
mohair plush for only $J8.00 al
Waltaer'a lurnitue store.
ren Blatv will, iu all probability,
be the nominee of the Democratic
party for the office ol Sheriff al the
You should not fail to sw th.t
tcllent -Bear Miiu Shoo" snM i.- t-
ii inner ai me -tni Slmo s
on itroautvav. A perteti
A number of rases that were
docketed for trial at the present term
of the Common Pleas Court have
been couti:iucd, and several other
esses will go to the Circuit Court si
Jackson on change ol venue.
superb stocK of seasonable,
serviceable shoes at Hainan's
Farmers who have late corn are
doing the wise tliiug iu ctti.15 iiihI
stati-jug it up before the frost ratrluw
it. Lots of corn that would mnke a
fine crop is liable to be ruined by the
frost before it will have lime to ripen
will make excellent fee.) tor stock if
it is cut liefore the frost conies, and il
let stand in the Ik-Kl it will be worth
t all at thp'Micm Mine store on
Kroadwav ami see tlio IT. in. leer
skin shoes. W.'II. H liter's proprietor.
A good lit guaranteed.
If'C C. C. Certain thill Cure"
fcnoi the best remedy you huve
eicrn-ed for t'liiils and l ever
your money will lc refiiin:e!.
IMensant o luke. Large bottle
l-'or sale by W. II. Cocrvcr, druggit
These little nills regulate
the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia.
oaa orcatn, constipation and billious-
ness. I. Ben Miller, Druggist.
100 will miss a rare musical
treat if you fail to hear the talented
young soprano Mis Lucy Bevis ai
Opera House Friday, Oct. 6th.
AH the talk in the world will not
convince you so uuicklv as oue trial
ot DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for
scalds, burns, bruises, skiu affections
aud piles. I. Ben Miller, Druggist.
We learned this morning that W.
A. Trickey has secured employment
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Ulrich, of
this city who having traveled down
the journey of life, band in hand, as
man aud wife, for the past fitly years,
last Sunday morning reuewed their
marriage vows before a large congre
gation of friends in the beautiful little
church on Sprigg Street. The Rev
Mr. Stbniurle deftly tied the nuptial
bonds which reunite these two good
old people for the remainder of their
short stay in this world of trials aud
The extieme old age of the couple
lent an added charm and threw a
touch of lomance aud solemuitv over
" w ei or ymmw.
. . .
Tt lh First IImb
The prejudice against what Is re
garded as the
Mtup Tola Mrlrlm!
The savagery of Southern mobs has
become a dishonor to the whole
nation. The reign of lawlessness and
brutality baa steadily progressed from
bad to worse. Examples of lynch
law, for a long time sporadic, are
growing m ire and more common.
At first the mobs were -generally
satisfied with the spcedv infliction of
death npon the object of their venge-
nee. Now, the thirst lor blood has
bred a passion for cruelty that de
lights iu tortures whose barbarity
would disgrace Dahomey.
Heretofore the practice has been to
slaughter only the persons actus. ly
in a drug store at Charleston and
will move his fa.nily thcre soon.
One word descrives il "iierfee-
"on." We refer to DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve.- cures obstinate sores
burn;, skin diseases and is a well
known cure for piles. L Ben Miller,
I he Fair Ground Committc tins
ordered the roof of the Amtibi-theatcr
painted with fire-proof paint. The
painting is being done this week
Little vegetable health iiroilnrcrv
fk..U':.... r... ...
"i " "is i.uiie rTIv Idsers curt
malarious disorders ami r snl.ne tin
"lonia.-ii ami iiouels, which prevents
esuaene anu dizziuess. I. Ben .Miller
A .Jackson lawyer was talking
1111s morning about walking out l,n
on account of hard times. He is a
Democrat who voted for Cleveland
and a return of good old Democrat i
. "V'-Channcey M Depew's advici
is, -(o so...
iu.lueeui.nts l""" M?"- "!"" h'
ir..t So.ilt, ro ll-H III.
ti seme lit
n.;l. if..;'i'.v offered ny tl
1IIIU Itilill , 1
' See a. h er
than C. . 'ertaln Clilll
Cure,' tbe (treat Tonic and
trnaranteed Cure for Cuilla and.
Fever. Price ftO eeuts.
for sale by W. II. Coervcr, druggist
Walter Ij. Maloue, founder ot the
Jackson C'ath-Bouk. died yesterday at
Married, iu this city September
fhe 241 h inst by Justice ti. ti. Kim
mel, Rdward Swan and Carrj Savers
(colored) all of this cily.
Hon. J. J. Rnssell. of Charleston.
received the Royal Arch Degree in
Ancient Free aud Accepted Masonry
ou last Saturday evening, the 2 3d
inst, at Wilsou Royal Chapter in this
Cane ftirarileau has inanv atfra.
tiOM nd nam. r jus accommodatioi.s j g1P n tl,e urouuda.
There will lie lots of people come
here during F.iir week to see the
Fair and to do their fall and ninle!
trading aud the merehaiit who lets
them know that he is looking out tor
trade will be the innu who will ge!
the business. The newspaper is tin
proper medium through which to iu
foriil the pulili.r of what yon have to
sell, provided, of course, that tin
riht newspaper the Dkmoi K.it i
You won't do yourself justice it
you il.ie't look over Hainan's stock
They have a way of doing thing'
down in Stoddard county that are e
cular. They had a Fair at Dexter last
week aud thev gave a man the exclu
sive gambling privileges on tin
grounds for six hundred dollars. Tin
man paid his mouey aud then tin
Secretary ot the Fair Association who
is also Mayor of Dexter, issued order
that he would cause the arrest of any
one caught gambling at any of tin-
that please the Jackson lawyers aud
they make it convenient to come
down often. J
Christ Hirsch purchased a lot in
the Giboncy-IIouck Addition that
was sold for taxes by the Sheriff this
Mayor Peironnct and Joe Meyer
aro serving on the jury in tbe V. S.
District Court in St. Iiouis.
Died, at the residcuco of John
Blumberg,near Benton, Mrs. Elizabeth
Bluinberg, aged 67 years. The de
ceased was an old citixen of near Com
merce, Scott county.
aa- aTaABs sT I fMVaaaM
rrxaavea earn, warts, bunions,
aalea mm caltaaaca. Warran
ted, tsee that CC.C la blown
la ctctt bottle. Take no other.
For sale by W. II. Coervcr, druggis.
.y-jngrc seams io iu uuni
among tome people that the Ringling
Brothers nre coming to this city with
their abow. But this is a mistake, as
we understand they will not come as
tbe transfer charge arc too heavy.
Nicholas Wichterich came down
own this morning, the first lime for
several weeks. He had a hard spell
of sickuess and from the effects of
which he is yet Tery weak. Wc hope,
however, that lie will aoou be himsell
James McPhcctcrs, of Benton.
gave us a call to-day. He informs us
that the people of Scott comity are
proud of their new railroad that runs
from Commerce to Morley. He says
It it a ereat convenience for the peo
ple, and especially for the citizens of
Commerce, Morley aud Benton.
About eight or nine months ago
the Lutheran congregation of Jackson
erected a aw church edifice aud it
will be dedicated next Sunday.
Owing to invitations being sent to
nt).r chnrches in several different
counties, the numoer that will proba
bly be present on next Sunday will
prevent a very leugtby dedication
sermon at the church, the main ser
mon will be delivered st the Fair
Wc have a pair of shoes just youi
size. Do vou want them? at Hainan's
They are coining! Ou October
the 6th at the Opera House, aud for
only oue night remember, there will be
given one of the finest Musical Concerts
ever held iu this city, by the following ,
celebrated artists. Miss Lucy Bevis.
Soprano, Bostou School of Music:'
Miss Carrie Vanlleusslor Ashcraft.
Reader, from Bostou School of Ora
tory; Miss Alice Pettengill, Pi.iiioit;
Ixjuis C. Stone, Banjo Virtuoso, Wash
ington University- This should he
wed attended as we seldom get fuel.
a troup to come here aud it was by a
special effort that their services have
been secured for oue niglit only.
Children like to take "CC.C
Certain Chill Cure."' tb pleas
ant and ennrunteed cure for
lever, Ague and Jlatarla.
Price SO eta.
For a le bv W. II. Coervcr, druggist
Otto Holm aud wife returned
homo this week from Chicago where
they had been for two weeks seeing
the World's Fair aud visiting relatives
Mr. Holm iulorins us that he visited
two sisters residing iu Chicago whom
he had not seeu for tweuly years. His
sisters were so overjoyed when they
met him that they fell into his arms and
wept. Mr. Holm says he neve spent
two weeks more pleasantly in his life
than the two weeks he spent iu Chi
cago, ins sisters oeggeii nun to re
main with them longer, but he could
not remain away from home.
Married, by Klder C. T. .
at his residence at II a. in., tin's 5
duv of September. A. D., 1H93. Mr.
Kdward llolilis to Miss Emma llin
man, both of Cape Girardeau count
We could not improve theqnali!
if paid doiilile the price. DeWiti".-
Witch Hazel Salve is Hie best Salv
lliut experience c::u -produce, or Ilia
nouey cau buy. 1. Beu Miller, Drug
We understand that the Traveler
Pr-itictive Association has rented 1
room iu t!,i- city which will be tiltea
up for a kind f Iieadiiuarters for tin
traveling men when iu this ciiy.
If you can afford to be nnnovei:
v sick hcathn-lie and coiistijiation
Ion t u,e Uevt Hi s l.itlle r.arlv Itiser-
t'or these little pills wi!! cure tlieiu. I
ten Miller, Druggist.
s Peter Koepel, of Kgvpt Mill
Iropped a dollar ill the contriluilion
loxoftlie Great U.-iigious Weekly
to-dav. aud of course he will be a hap
py man tor the uext twelve months
The stock law is still a law bui
some people seem to I kink it is out i.l
John A. Harris, of St. Louis, the
comedian at Dr. Spotted Wolfs en
ertaininetils is master of bis profes
sion aud is at home 011 the stage.
John Wood is packing his house.
hold ett'-cts preparatory to coins: to
ft xas !o spend the n inter with his
Work oa our Lvoe is still pro
If you want to live a good rhris-
rtau happy life you must read the
The country fnirs held this lall
have all lieen well patronized and
inanv of them made money.
All that honesty, experience and
skill can do to produce a p Tlect pill
as been employed in miking D.
vViti's Lull- Kariv liis-rs The result
is a specific tor sick headache, billious.
ii ess and constipation. I. Ben Miller,
-We nuderstaud that a man who
s wanted ill this coiintv for forgery
locked up iu the Duukliu couutv
Business is business, and every
man should know his own business,
hut ihey do not.
There is lots of money iu our
hanks, but only men with unlimited
cheek aud good paper cau get bold of
any ot il.
A merry-go round has been set
up near Borey 7 saloon up ou Good
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures
piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
cures burns. Dc Wilt's Wilrh llazil
Salve cures wires I )e Will's Wilcb
Hazel Salve cures ulcers. I. Ben
Keep In The nn.
Tske a thon zhrnil view of whatever you do.
Though votir station in life be hnmble.
And in passing through hid trouble anien
And jou'll lure oo r-ason to grumble.
To your fetlow iuan In life's hurried pau
Mar heedlessly cause yon some pain.
But keep in tin van as all of u can.
That each in tiir eud tie Ihe tame.
ihe occasaion. Their ages are seven
ty-three and seventy-four years re
spectively, Mrs. Ulrich being one year
They were born in the city of Hildes-
heim, in the Province of Hanover
Germany, and were married in the
Lutheran Church iu that city jutl filly
years ago last Sunday morning, hav
ing formerly been members of that
Church, but have bceu members of
he German Methodist Church of this
city tor mstiv Years.
They have been blessed with eight
hildre.n, live of whom are now living.
jruimeuis anil a support to their
aged parcuts iu their declining years.
After the ceremony al the church
i?-e happy couple and their iuvi.ed
diesis repaired lolhe residence of the
lewly married folks ou Independence
tree!, where they partook of a boui:-
1I11I repast which had been prepared
for the ocenssion.
Mr. and Mrs. Cinch were Ihe reei-
'its of several very Is l.-omiaud
luese two old people arc good
'hrisiiaus, temperate, sober aud in-
The Dkmockat joins their m
tiar.r....i.j - . ' r
electric r.ii.-i -in.: cusea 01 cnine- e brutal murder
remnV; T.ZL.. , . raany of -hree innocent colored men in Jef-
v..v. uu U re- f V..u T , j-...
iew n rario... .,.! .a -"". i"-, w uiji
avutl alUUKIIIlr- I . I l a ...
ohWtinn. ti... . , , .. I aaa ,ne nornnie maltreatment
,im "V .:: , :rr""U8,",ro f'- others bv .mobin order to
,a.uu "UIIC IOC lUirOtlUIlOU UU..I, .1 . ,
ofaneloetri iu. ... ....... a,. te"ch th BeKroe" ,c,80n. 8now
sion Ati.if I , ,h,t ,he -PIetio for slaying and
sion. Athol Mayhcw drawsnttenlion I . ,...,: . , , , , .
lolhesimilaritv .fdiw ,0r,U"D M Colored I"50
I etw,en .he r.. ..r .1 . .. ,B wilh 0'ioou Iity
and ti. n..i it. r,. - n,ouff cerI'- el of Southern
.... ,.v , . j ,xo m whitelL
STVnl tn IllllCkVwf w-it.o nn Mal l x I
traveL Wl. ,ron sl,,ke- CBrfre'
proposed in 1Iie ZZr?''""
gentlemen werelol.l ih.t h. I . -'"g
i.. ... lor "ie torture of the colored criminal
o,.us oji mey psascu r .., ..,. , j ...
over ll. I.u..n.: n-i. ,. I arineu men WHO
over me locomotive. 1 he pub ic was 1 1 1 ji i ...
informed tha. the a,..., Ju. l twdhoun'U n ,he 8w'mP
..,, V " e ' . s'u" l e past week has seeu
.s.a uicicut ninvintr. nnvd
I have been tellling you for the past eight or ten year
that we were selling the best shoes made off earthy
Vle Siiiniltoii SfoAVii Go.t
Manufacturers of these goods received notice last week
that they had received First Premium- on their goods at
the World's Columbian ExpcreiSon' at Chicago1. I kpeW
it all the time now the World knows -and you may tx
sure wnen I advertise there is something in it.
We sell Hamilton Brown Shot Company' goods.
Think of it, world beaters.
E. P. PEIROmTET.
Hueasauis were to cease to exist
in the neighborhood of a rail wav, aud
the race of horses would become
etiinct. Farmers were possessed with
the idea that oats and hay wonld be
blood v bat
tle between the militia of Roanoke,
Va., headed by their courageous
Mayor, and an infuriated mob bent
ou lynching a colored prisoner. The
mob, driven bact in disorder and
with heavy loss, found and murdered
victim elsewhere, while the
no more mar-eiaSln nnJiiM- u 1 . .
, . 1 '" luulr
, 1 I -"Iy Performed
.vi.H ..'i.m; .. ' Tr . t,,e,r,,u,y forced toAee
h0;d r " " : gr: ,ru' - - their uves, ..d
v ""- the Mayor
rhine V... .t-.,i w-: i r, ,
fi,. !,. .h ii...... . . "e ua sworn niaiutafn is
. , ... ".o. ui v uruiii jiis. was
.ros". Iu wis,l'"g them success,
hroughiiuV"1 ""frainuielcd happiuess
lays liui when" remainder of Iheir
i'er may thev be s'arl.'!Jf'lc of life is
peaceful shore where thJ."-''' '
n inspiration nutrainiiielcd au!'r'"'
tin itl joys everlastine. " I
l-amrnl .f tliA lnrmpljrel.
Mark ward, turn back ard, O Tims ia your
t-et the milt whiftles nound promptly to-uicbt;
Inst a- thry bounded anrar and abroad
neforc we had ruled prnirction a traud.
Let the smoke smr ai:aiu out or the atarka
Ind we'll .-ay without murmur "the dinner
'o o:;r will grumble and no one will shirk
f you'll jut itive nswork, Grover, just ira
-Ve have arown tired of n alkiiijc the street,
i.ittle otifsi waitina for boniethni; to eat;
'insl or hear! life our CongicnMiirn spout.
firtsl of reading that you've e4 the aout.
so i yon care for ua as you i rrtend .
fit no-i't you hnstli so matlera will mend?
I ai ger and MiftVrir- in t llriiesa lurk.
aire na aorae work, Grover, aire ue aome
If it'a true that the tariff was robbing-ua sure.
nd with it prosperity eould i;ot endure.
Since we all votisl for it. now isn't it itrang-e
fhat not the flr-t man ofus has any "ehanaeV"
Kei-pt in condition, for it's true that we all
Hare lost th good jobs we were holding last
skilled artisan, laborer, bookeeper. et-rk.
Wti'rc all out of work. Urover. all out or
If it'a true, that you tay, that, impatient Ton
To do the oor men of your land a rood torn.
Why don't yoa just do it, not talk through
And then the dearieople will know "where
you're at "
s'ay that free tradtrs may clamor in vain:
av that the tariff unehangeil nhalt re.nain.
l-oud. clear and plaij, without quibble or
And we'll all go to work, trover, eco go to
to be done with all those who had
advanced money for making aud re
pairing the turnpike roads? What
was to become of the coaclimakers
coachmen, inkcepcrs, horse breeders
and' horse dealers.' Was the House
aware of Ihe smoke and the noise, ot
the hiss and the whirl, which locomo
tive engines passing at the rate of 10
or 12 miles an hour, would occasion?
Neither Ihe cattle ploughing in the
folds nor grazing in the meadows I
Iron behold them without dismay,
ceut, or, 'iilie raised in price 1U0 per
exhausted. It wrobably, altogether
nuisauce, the mo .t edie the greatest
anee of ipiiet an I comforf 1. dislurb
of the kingdom, that the ingeh&iarts
man could invent." ' I
wounded aud a fugitive.
.viamc ou such baibarism! Down
with such wild beast savagery! It
disgraces the whole American neon In
ii iiiocks an justice. It outrages
ireedom. It dishouors American
civilization iu the eyes f all the world
It menaces tlv; social fabric of a great
suction of our common country with
the horror of Anarchy. It is s crime
against the Republic: against hnmani-
ty; against God. With what assurance
shall we plead the right of the Irish
peasant to self government when
American citizens are scourged, and
burned, aud hanged, and shot w ith
out the semblauce of a trial? How
shall we coudemn the oppression ot
the Russian Hebrews when our ears
aro filled wild the cry for justice that
conies from our own neni.lc' II.,..-
rimp.r. in sta-America face the world as the
Face cured. Sulphur Hitters will the strb. bearer of human f.eedom,
cure the w. rst rase of skiu disease; outrages urvJ of human rio-hic .-h...
iron, a con. mud pimple on the tare to
that awful disease scrofula, it is the
Itest medicine to use iu all rases of
such stubborn and deep-seated (lis
ease. Do not delay; use Sulphur
Kilters and drive the humor from
THE NEXT MORNiNQ I FfFL BRIGHT AMD
MEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BUTtfU
Tt Hrartvr SMTP tt act bttiIt cm tha mtortmrh. Hbt
n1 kiiins-jtt, srd ii a il-tut. I wutiTo. Tan drinii la
tnada fratn turba. and t rjTTpin 1 f irriTr il mi I J M
CarsiitK.ti.-ct lt.MMd Touraddrrasf'rfm.Munpla.
c Famllr Wrdlr.ne . ihe SWrlearh
d . . In onl. rio l Ii' .hhv. tlu.i.nM--rT. AddiM.
OKAIOU V. U OOIIWABB, LckUT, M. X.
There will be a wedding in this
county this week that several ot our
city lolks have been mvitcd to.
A solid oak bedroom suit, with
24x30 level plate for ouly $17.00 at
Waltner'a furniture store.
Every man is Lord of his own
home but some men who have lots of
money are looked op to by some peo
ple ss the grand high and noble Lord.
"Money .make the mare go," but tbe
poor devil who worships a rich man
is the greatest fool born.
A nice solid oak sideboard for
; only $13.00 at A. n .nthcrs.
It hbould e Every Haamt)
.1. 1. Wilson. 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, I 'a., says he will not be without
Dr. Kiug's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, that it
cured his wife who was threatened
with I'ueumouia after an attack of
La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physicians had,
done her no good. Robert Barber,
of Cooksport, I'a claimes Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything he ever used for
Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. Free Trial Bottles at Wilson's
Drug Store. Large bottles 50c snd
i I have returned aud can be
'found atony office until further
L. 1 Ki
Mad la Uet a llaaaaaa.
A few weeks ego a railway collisiou
killed, among others, s passenger
living iu a country town, says Spare
Moments. His remaius were' scut
home, and a tew days after the funeral
the solicitor of Ihe company called
upon the w idow toelTect a settlement.
She placed her damages at 5,000.
that sum is unreasonable!" re
plied the solicitor. "Your husbaud
was nearly 60 years old?"
U oil hia n-onc F'.l llnnlth nraa linnrV
"And he, probably, would not have
lived more than five years?"
"Probably uot, sir."
"Then it seems to me that 400 or
.OU would be a fair compensation."
"Four or five hundred?" she echoed.
"Why, sir. I courted lhat man for 10
years, ran after him 10 more, sud
then had to chase him down with a
shotguu to get him to marry ins. Do
you suppose that I'm going to settle
for bare cost ol shoe leather snd am
Tbe man of law concluded that she
deserved all she could get.
s rear o. a. c.
John L. Miller is sole agent for tbia
rare snd famous article. Twenty
cent-: a drink two dollars per bottle
ntiaen'a at C'apss Silraraeaa.
According to promise the uew Bap
tist church house is rapidly growing
iuto shape, and is a marvellous combi
nation of strength, grace aud beauty.
It is uot hid in a corner but is at the
intersection of Spanish and Broadway
not only the most accessible and
convenient spot tor the whole city
but the most public Here both citi
zens aud strangers must see this rc-
! preseiitalive of the taste, liberality and
enterprise ot our rising city. Mauv of
our people have contributed liberally
and much money has been brought in
from abroad, but we still lack several
hundred dollars to complete it iu a
manner commensurate with its begin
ning Whether you have already
donesoornot, will vou uot immediate
ly baud a liberal contribution to J.
Maple Wilson treasurer? Give us five
hundred dollars more and sec what an
object of grace mid beauty will adoru
the heart of your city.
r Yanr fill I a
Is rough and pimply, or covered with
blotches and sores, and you want a
clean, smooth skin and fair cnmplex
lion. use Sulphur Bitters. Tho best
mediciue in such cases I ever sold.
C. E. SrheTter A Co, Druggist, Laic
Big Eagle, the powerful giant from
South Dakota, by req.iest last night
allowed another big rock to be broken
npon his breast with a sledgehammer.
This is a woudcrtul feat and requires
a strong chest to enaole s person to
undergo such a strain. He came
trom a healthy country where people
have better health than hero, where
his vigorous manhood was nurtured
sud reared amid tbe balmy air of the
mountains. His robust health an-l
powerful physique snow that no fatal
malady is lurking in his system. lie
is called Big Eagle because he is tbe
largest oue in his tribe, but bis real
name is George Andrews aud he at
tended college under that name st
St Cloud, Minnesota.
Ilia lather is living at the age of
seventy-four aud he also has three
brothers aud four sisters living. His
smallest brother weigh 187 pounds
aud hia smallest sister weighs 165
pounds. His father. Mr. Andrews,
known as War Eagle, lives at Pine
Ridge Agency, South Dakota, where
Big Eagle alias George Andrews was
born and raised. His mother having
died when he was only six years ot
age. He has not been home for seven
tears sud sava that he love to travel
that would met. WPak and helpless
ment under the rulc-v,wij-, miuisn
Special Drives in Ladles and Gnts
EX CZD 13
A Large variety of
LADIES OXFORD TIES
which we will sell regardless of cost..
SCALL AND SEE OUR STOCK.2
Louis H. Graessle,
Cor. Broadway and Sprigg.
Cape C-Ixaxd.ea.-u.-, HvaCo-'
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
A. RUEDIGER. Pres.
F. W. FEUEKDACIIER, Vice Pres.
go on without redress or . or kaiscr "' lji-"'' r
withiu our own borders? JV. i.(ion U F' KLOSTERMA5TX, Treas.
j OTTO IIAX.W, Gen'l Agent,
F. W. FEUERBAHEB.
A. J. LANG.
L. F. KLOSTERMANK.
H. P. PIERON3.ET.
I.Ut ar Ball BVatarr
BaaaaMaa; ancalled for tn tha post office e
Capa tiirardeaa, county of Capo Uiranlcau.
aept. iHh. IjS.
A B Mentoa,
Persons calling rora-ir or tbe ahore letter
will pleue say ' A'trertised," giving ftateor
this list. II not called tor within two weeka
they will Iri aent to tho Hal Letter once at
It Cans CoUfcCnfto. San Ttraat Crap. laasaa-
VluMit.. llMi.h &MHhltia and Ai'knL A
eartaia car. for Coamaiptial ia &iat aUrc and
a snr. relMf ia adraneM ffaa
Em st mice.
rfett aftrr takitr tha
V !1 - n-!lnl
ant im. . ky lala rrrry.Wfc
kutlca W an aas ti M.
Wants. For Sale, Lost, Eto.
Notice ii.Mrtett under thla head not exceed
inff Ore lines for ten eenta.
W'AVTEl) Servant airl to do general hooae
work . Apply at thin ofllce
F'lM-Sn A hanen of keys. The owner can
have nam; t ealllnir a thla nfllce aud pay
ina twenty-are ew.U lor thia notitb.
WANTED-A rood irlrl to do metal hoaae
work in a family or three persona. Will
par liberal aalary to a rlrl that ran aire aatla-
ladloa. T ninmu ijijiuumwh luuica.
Levi, Cairo, llllaoia. aim.
ACllANCRforfarmen, Wo bare aome ane
on re bred Ball calvee roraale cheap or will
take In exehnage corn, wheat or oata. Hol-
ktelo wiry. iwu imw.
la It Kala
To neglect yourself if troubled with
any disease of the kidneys? Xo, it ii
dangerous; aud if you aro afflicted,
attend to yourself now. Do not wait
but use Sulpher Bitters al once. They
cured rue when I was given up to die
by aereral physicians. Jonathan
FIR REST Kir rood rooms In aeeon.1 atorr
or a haildine ennvrnlentlr located. OT
farther particaiara call on Johu L. Miller.
.ORIMIP.lt I.ODGR NO ll K. of P.
tAiiventlotiaevcry rnilaynlglit. castle
nan in mirrr nonroi aiuniivnn iiniia
I bailding flatting Knlehu wrleomed
MckaNNA, 11. of K 6.
T. W. Jrnra. C. V.
great inducei.riU go on record to your benefit. ' The
unreservedly intend bargains that we how offer are
You Need No w
For a better selection or lower price-S'
not come to-day is your lucky opportune wjj
early investigation of our seasonable selection . n
Will Show You How
much in quality and quantity you can obtain for a little
price. The times may not be all they should be, but
our Fall Bargains will go a long way towards eAening
things up for our customers.
We Save You Money
Famous Dry Goods & Clothing Housd
BOIINSACK & STRATMAN, Props.
No. i Main St., CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
Funnita end ElqdGFlEidiiio
Lirgsst Stock, Litsst Styles. Lowest Prices.
Call and inspect my stock; assortment complete.
Corner Broad wav and Middle Streets.
A Plain Advertisement,
A Plain Statement,
A Plain Price Mark,
A Plain Sale,
We Shall Giva
YOU A DOLLAR
" Hamans Shoe Store.
Wc have Just received the largest and best assorted stock ot Dry Good
Id Southeast Missouri.
Our line of Dress Good collecting of all the latest novelties, with VelTtta
aud Silks to mat eh for trimming. We claim to bare the best stock
of Clothing in the r;-y. Our stock ot Shoes cannot be surpassed.
We know we have the bot aud largest stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths and
Rugs iu the city. Wc rut and match all carpet, have same made up
If desired. Anyone vi.hing anything In tbe Carpet line will do well
by calling and inspecting our stock before buying, as we bare aa
on second floor of our mammoth building. We would be glad te
have one and all call and inspect our entire stock, aa wear determin
ed to sell our share of tbe trade ibis fail, for we know we bare tbe
goods and at prices as low aa the lowest. All we ask is an Inspection.
Polite salesmen to show you through the stock and will be glad to
sell you anything yon may need. je-Doul forget tbe place.
DAVID A. GLENN,
So. SI Main btrtst.