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CAPE OIBAEpEATJ ..Jtd
SATCHDAY. MARCU S, 18M.
The Went Plains azettt baa been
purchased l.r a, syndicate and H U
"ul th Congressman Arnold ia in
terested ia Ike paper under it. new
Some name en and wicked versifier
has perpetrated tha following:
Wheat Adam, ia km. asked Iw fat a Ua.
b. packer her ip wlU a OMii
a look a. eeMaoe.
AMI IMti ftd omphatW-..
"I don't an A-daa tr yea do."
Henry N. rUMps, of Maiden. U
traveling around over this Congress
ional District in an eOorl to bead
Congressman Arnold aft. Mr. Phil
lips u too short the spinal chord
to undertake to defeat Congressman
Arnold. If Mr. Arnold is defeated
at all he will be defeated by a Repub
lican. And now the circus men have
formed a trust. They will no longer
contend with each other for the
greatest attractions in horsemanship
and in the acrobatic Hue, but will
divide the stars equitably, so that not
one of them can boast of having "the
greatest show on earth," for all will
be equally great. Eveu the clowns
will have to ceuline themselves to
joke grown gray with age and worn
ointless bv frequent use. What are
we coming to?
It is all right for the artists to call
tis barbarians. When they see a fine
looking, wide spreading tree, they go
to work and daub different colored
paints on a piece of cloth in an en
deavor to "lay over'' the work of
nature; Jwhile the barbarian builds a
sawmill, chops down the tree and
turns it into shingles enongh to spank
10,000 schoolboys. The artUt cannot
aell bis product; the barbarian can.
Hence these tears.
"There will be a large number of
state elections this year. Vcw York
and Pennsylvania each will elect a
governor aud lieutenant governor,
Iowa will elect state officers: New Jer
sey will elect a legislature: Ohio, min6r
state officers. There will be guber
natorial elections also in the states of
Arkansas. California, Colorado, Con
necticut, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas,
Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts,
Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ne
vada, New Hampshire, North Dakota.
.Oregon, Khode Island, South Dakota,
Tennessee, Texas, Wyoming and Wis
consin. Washington's birthday was ob
served by Representatives of Congress
in a disgraceful way. If Democratic
Representatives are not willing to
shoulder tha responsibilities of legis
lation, they should make way for
those who will. They were sent there
to legislate and not to quarrel. The
paople demand that tbey transact
business, aud cease obstructive meas
ures. A vote is wanted upon legisla
tion at issue, not filibustering.
The New York Sua thus defines a
A political enckos is a man who is
willing to defend an unwortliy pout
V-al cause, not because he believes in
t. bat because he hopes, hy so doing,
to enrrv lavor with soine individual
in office, whose personal comfort it
juav promote. A iierson by becom
in 5 a political cankoo sacrifices indc
jKraetctrce and consistency. He ceases
vo have a mind of bis own. if he bad
on before. He becomes, as it were.
an automation; but that is not all; he
must a4 Is Hi aud traduce those of his
associates ia the Cabinet, or the Cou
eress, who hare retained intact their
political manhood and personal inde
A correspondent of the London
Timet, referring to the death of
Canon Rowsell at the advanced age
of 78-, says: "He came of a losg-lived
family. I doubt whether many family
istotics can show such a record as
the following: Mr. Rowsell's father
married at the age of 17, his wife be
ing SO. They had nineteen children.
f whom five died in infancy. The
veunioing fourteen attained, or have
attained (three are still living); fka
ollowiug ages 79. 79, 82, 67, 80, 71,
89 (still living), tftv 81, 77. 38, 79 (still
firing), 78 and 75 (still living). What
is perhaps as remarkable ia the length
nr days reached by the respective hus-
nimd and wives (I forbear part ten
fitrs) of the twelve of the above four
teen who eutered the married state.
These are- the ages : 74, 45. 65, 70, 87
(mllll living), 86; 80, 84, (still living).
77, 57, 73. 87. The issue of the mar
riages numbered 63, and these 61 as
innur. that is, as married gave 149
boys and girls to the nation.
John- Jv Iugslls could not attend
the KepubUwm- Leaguo- Convention,
Mat ha wrot abetter regretting his
inabili'y to be preaeut and in that
letter, among other things, lie said:'
"The aggregation of ignorance, im
KccIlUy, cowardice, hypocrisy actt
disloyalty, Iwown as the Democratic
Irtr, for the firsrrtnte iu this genera
tion has full charge of the natioual
energies. No political organization
vcr Inflicted such irreparable aud
wauton injury npou the industries.
he irosicnty and nouor or a icreat
people in so brief a period before: hi
policy at home has been as disastrous
as. it Uss been, humiliating aud igno
minoiis abroad:. The selt-coinplan-m
and bigoted egotis at its head ha
fatiavied the ambition even of i
obsequious parasitos,-. and- stsn.is si
Jasl disclosed at t-rutEaiJy bully who
has degraded the highest indicia
tribunal by a strugsUto ovcrtbrew a
personal adversary, and Las shown !''C'alik'e makvsw.
I'tnscls insensible to the industrial! . , . T,T ri 77 .
,,. . , " , "'""J y0n should not fail'fce that ex
welfare of the conntry as he bas been ccIIent .Be,r Uxl Shoc- aoM bv W
iHdifTorent to the glory of the fins; and II Huters at tha "t'ew SUoc Store"
... S1ia,limUI Afltf (li.fM,IA -f t -.n
hi U4 to Wool Da.Ua.
Whatever action the Senate Finance
Committee may take in regard to
other ao-called "raw material," it
seems certain that American wool
growers will be left absolutely with
out protection Any movement for
freedom of raw materials which
should be founded upon considera
tions of the public interest woald
snail the wocl duties last of all in
stead of first of all. Wool is just as
much an essential of existence in this
country as f ual or iron. It is an ab
solute requirement of the whole body
of the people in times of peace and
war; and it ii as much an indispcnsi
ble munition ot war as gunpowder.
Xo well governed natiou could cou-
seut to make itself dependent for
such an article upon foreign nations
if the material could be produced
from domestic resources. Hostile
legislation cauuot ia any mauner di
ruiuish the home supplies cf coil and
Were the mines shut down com-!
pletcly for a long series of years the
coal and the ore would remain in
stantly available lor uo when reasnn
once more should coatrol the action
of tha government, lu such a rae
coal could be made ready for use
within the space of a few hours, and
iron ore could be placed in the fjr
nace within an equally brief period
of time. But flocks f alicep once
exterminated, as they are now being
exterminated, are gone forever.
Under the most lavor-ble condition,
at lean one year would be required
to permit an individual farmer to
make a fair beginning of the busi
ness. A decade of years would hard
ly avail to restore the industry from
its fouudation to anything like its
present . proportions. Thu it U a
peculiar iniquity of destruetivsness
which singles out this particular busi
ness, so vitally Important to the na
tion, for an attack which can be ex
cused upon no pretext that the duties
under which prices have steadily
fallen, are oppressive to the people.
A'. Y. Prta.
Tsio Cns aiirardonai Way.
Formerly it was the custom iu Cape
Girardeau for the city to furnish
dressed curbing for the sidewalks on
petition of the property owners. The
law is now changed and property
owners most furnish their own curb
ing aud build their own sidewalks.
But some of the prominent citizens
of that little burg do not take kindiy
to the change. Some two or three
mouths ago Major J. It. Dennis, apt
pearcd before the city council aud
asked the city to furnish and sc
curbing along bis property ou Mer-
riwetber street. A motion was made
to grant his request but it was voted
down as contrary tn law. But Coun
cilman Thomas Powers was a neigh
bor of Major Dennis and owned
property adjacent to that of the
major. Mr. Powers Was also chair
man of the street and wharfage com
mittee of the council. In violation of
fbc law be ordered the street com
missioner to get out and set the curb
ing opposite the procrty of Major
Dennis and also opposite his own na-
jacent property. By aud by a very
innocent looking bill was presented
to the council for getting out and set-
ting curbing. Ben Adams, editor of
the Democrat of that eit is a member
of the council. He was saucy cuough
to ask where ibat curbing bad been
set. The answer of course gave the
whole thing away.
But the bill was allowed by the
council, two members voting against
it. The nest day an article appeared
in the Demorrat severely criticising
the action of the council for allowing
Mr. Powers was offended by the
article and at toe neat council meet
ing determined to lick the editor ot
the Democrat. He asked permission
to say a few words and then launched
forth in a lout stream of abuse and
pTolaBity. He demanded that the
editor make an explanation. The ex
planation was made and Mr. Powers
then sailed in on muscle. Just how
the combat ended we do not know
but we see that Editor Adams is able
to pour in Lot shot to his heart's con
tent through the columns of his
papers Cairo Citizen.
Lenr Down Treaties aV an ascent.
-lue toughest experience I ever
bad in my life," said a solicitor of life
insurance recently, "was with an iron
"I'peo entering his office and ex
plaining the natu!s ef my business, 1
was surprised at tie greeting. It was
friendly, even cortfM. life insur
ance,' said he. 'Well, bow, that's a
subject that interests me Tbear he
took up his bat and bade me follow
him. He walked hurriedly, aud 1
after him. until at Iai be flung open
door. It was the macbiuo shop.
Tbodiu-was terrible. Ten thousand
hammer. 1 think, were all at work
beating iron at ouce. Iuvolunuirilv
I put my hauiia t my ears."
"tiookiug at my man I saw hi) lips
move, a 11- lowering say nanus l just
mauagedtwcateb his w onto, sheutcd
auova the deafening racket, iow tell
me all about ilT He smiled snrifouV
callv as be said this, aud I could hare
murdered Him It was- impossible lo
say a word, and so I went out It
was a daru mean trick." Mbuuy s-
arewaMlln .'aaasaa sscaa:
On Juliw R. (.'ofluian died at bis
borne iu- Commerce, yesterday, Feb.
J81I1, after an illness ot three days.
Hr. t'alf.iiau was an old r'eMen of
Seotl count v, aud for several years
lias reprrs -uled that county in the
Ijexisiature. He was a man of marked
abilii v aud was leader among the
The Celebrated French Core,
Is Solo on
toenran? form of
aervon. d iaeare or
oh of Humaiania, ar i tr
TdbaroorOalam, or through roolhlul Mlr
tkm owlii5nlccw!mah as Laaot Brain
raver, WokrtnlixM, Bomrlns don Pains In In
hnk.aimla IWir-t i Tr"1 " " -tmtloa,
Kotsomal Kwtttliii Leaeorrhm. Dn
Da,Vrek M owrT . U o( rower -- Impo
Srnry.whlea li aarlartod often Wmptrrnilore
cilil rtr sail IftrilT prhm ILes a baaj sons
lor fa ea iwn ey rmwii "I; J p 1
a wamaa avaaaaiaam ai-
avos aider nrairad,lo re land tha i
inwlnetoBQt eases!. har tboa-
und ot mil Ma M and
both man. wa.aaa.BRa anmaantn euraa
Wikj-Sl AabroSIIUj. h, "f-
Wma ili . - . Boxa7,fonucB,OB.
" Sold br Win. H. Coerver.
Two Braade Whisky.
Two gentlemen met in a restaurant
the other dny. One was apparently
in something of a hurry, for he oo
catioually lnkc-l at ms watch and
f.tuced about uneasily as be listened
I to whatever , the other was saying.
The other, however, was very much
interested in whit he was saying and
found it im.unveuient to leave off.
He had acbeived that peculiar stage
where the tongue wags without per
reptible effoit and time is no object.
His friend was a mighty good listener
and nodded his head now and then
rather perfunctorily to indicate that
he was still in the ring. The attend
ants winked at each olher and watch
ed the pair. At the nd of an hour
the talkative man was apparently as
fresh as cvrr he was, while the listen
er began to exhibit signs of puishmcnt.
Then a barkeeper went over aud
asked them what they'd have. The
talker paused long enough to say
'Whiskv," and proceeded with the
-What kind of wliiskvl" asked the
bar-keeper -fighliu' or lalkiu
"Bring me some fighting whisky.'
promptly exclaimed the patieut in
But the other fellow was so mad
that be got up and walked out with
out drinking. 1'ittt'jurg Dhjtatck.
Housekeeper. Did you ever do an
honest day's work in your life?
Tramp. Yes, mum; I u n rail'
road brakeman lor two days aud
"Then why didn't you stick lo that
honorable occupation? You mi"ht
I have been a railroad presiJout by thii
-Yes, iiittin; but railroad president
has got inighiy unsarlin jobs uow-a-davs,
niuiu. I'm layiu' low for a re
faints far Bmln Men.
The San Francisco Newspaper Man
says: "A great manr business men
claim advertising doesu't pay, yet
they would Hot have a three-Hue local
inserted in their home paper stating
that they were high-priced, carried
shop-worn goods, etc., lor $25. A
town is judged by the advertising
columns ot its newspaper. Business
men who desire their town well
spoken of should advertise. A groat
wholesale merchant once said, -lf I
had a thousand salesmen covering the
entire country, I should continue to
keep my name constantly before the
trade iu reliable journals. I makes
the inerchaut feel acquainted with me
to see my came from mouth to month.
It sarves as an introduction of my
salesman wben he approaches new
customers. It paves the way for new
business. A relailer not knowing
about me heads off the possibility ot
bis buying anything from me, bow
ever, be may desire Ibe Very goods I
sell Frank Siddall, the Philadelphia
soap man, is credited with saying. '1
have confined my advertising entirely
to the newsiwpcrs. The mau who
docs not read a newsiraper dues not
Henry Watiemea) aa Llarola.
The elotrucut Kentucky Democrat
and free trader spoke at Chicago on
Lincoln's birthday as follows:
There are many of us who believe
that Abraham Lincoln was inspired
of God. It be was not, then there is
do- moo who ever lived on earth who
was inspired. From Caesar lo Glad
stone and Bismarck men bars- risen
step by step' aeeordmg to well know
principles -fiat is not what we call
beimr man of destiny they are men
of time, men of talent. Tbo inspired
men are fewer whence they come.
from whence they get tUeir power, by
what rule they gut that pmver, we
know not. J bev rise from the shadow
and vanish in the miet. We see them,
but we know them not. They leave
behind them a memory half mortal,
halt myth. Jly their power tbey de
teat tho machinations ot the world.
the llcsli aud the devil, and tbent pass
awa?. Luther, Shakespeare, Unm.
Xapoleon, that archangel of war and
dcslrucliou, tried by this standard
were men of destiny.
buel wc uuil the fife aott death of
Abraham- I.iucolu. It was- reserved
r... ,i.;. .k -,..i
fctra-iirc keir.sf t be snatched from
obscurity by an ucajcen power and in
trusted at a supreme- moineut with
supreme command ofa nntion- desti
Diss. Krnin nowhere else b (.rod
could be nave cot tbe enrrrmcMn?
equipment tar bis mission. Where
didtihaknspesre a.et bis genius, Mozart
his inasic, lturns bis poetry, but lrom
Irou; Ana from the same source
came Lincoln's pawer. And no story
told a thousand years from know will
be received1 witli deeper luterest than
that which tsita llbe tragic story of
Lincoln s life and aeatK
Tha ileadlock iisCeogressstHl holds
on aud- there is no telling bow long
it will continue. Our Democrat sr
ttaet-suien ae not barinonious.
Louisviilo CoowieMris Every tnn-l
who baa an iusurauce apou his life,
every man who-has placed bis savings
iu a kavings bank, every widow who
tfwns abaret in any bauk, trust,r other
company very one will have to pay
tba DtitU'jcratic income tax.
PEKVH FBOa T1IE IBIOSC
Ia ssm ntyle ar rat Britain an la
Sho Kiitris ar Vlrvelaad. .
My relations with foreign power
are not quite satisfactory, especially
in Hawaii. My spirit of fairness and
love of justice arc expected to relieve
all embarrassments later on.
A special message will acquaint my
faithful lords and ' gentlemen when
the legitimate monarch of Hawaii is
restored to her throne.
My exchequer shows a deficiency of
$28,000,000. My policy of free trade
will create a further deficit, which
will be met with .becoming submis
sion to the will of Providence by my
loyal people. My workingiuen may
expect low wages, but I confidently
trust that though lew they will be
steady. , . ... .
I am satikficil with the work of
Parliament in finance, and command
tiiat no further steps be taken at
present except to authorize, tiie issu
ance of bonds In my discretion.
My navy is doing well, but the de-1
licit in the exchequer forbids furiber
improvement until I have gathered a
surplus by income tax.
My Congress will at once proceed
to pass my Free Trade and Tariff bills
which my chairman of committee has
personally prepared. I pretcrtbat no
liino be tost In referring these impor
tant matters to tha full committee.
Mr. Wilson, my Ulark Hod, knows
I find that mv seed Department is
wasting valuable seeds' on agricultur
ists in the North. This will be reme
died bv mv cammand.
I will communicate further with
mv lords and eentlemen whenever I
think best for Ibe iutcrests of my be
loved count rv. Mv Parliament Will
await my commands.
1 am the Stale.
U ROVER I
A farmer Stives naaia Steaeoa. far
tae r.xi.leaee at Uara Tlasea.
Editor Democrat f
There i- being so much said In the
count rv about hard times aud the
scarcity of money, aud as everybody
has a cause aud knows a remedy, I
thought I would write to tell your
readers what I think is the cause.
We buy more than we produce.
There is too much flour and bacon
shipped hero everv vcar. The thing!-
we OHtthl lo luaka at home we are
We let our timber rot and buy our
plow slocks, Miigletrecs, ase hauJlcs,
Yfu throw away our ashes and buy
Wc give away our beef hides a!"'
buy lia:nctrings and shoestrings.
We waste our manure aud buy
We buy garden seed in fhe spring
and buy cabbage in the wiuier
W'e let our lands grow up IU w-eds
and buy our brooms.
AVe waste the was out of our piue
and gtiul trees and buy chewing gum
for our children.
Wc build school houses and send
our children off to bo educated.
We send a l-'c boy out With a $0
gun and a $" dog to kill birds.
We land a 5c tisb with a i.00 fish
We raise dogs and buy trot)!.
Aud about the only things in this
eountry that there is oref production
of are politics aud neck-ties.
!tn bonirbt too whit ih? Koods,
ll- bc?tgM too many wet,
Aad thet hi At the reaeon
?bj ore' n?a happy rc.
New PrWreaa with Pawls Jalef.
The difTusion process of extracting
juice from fruits is gaining ground.
It has loug been applied iu t tSiee in
the extraction of beef-root juice for
soger, aud it is now ined in inakiug
cider without a cider mill or a cider
press. Is crushing aud pressing I he
apples the pure fruit juice k uoi ob
tained, for much albuminoid Matter
is extracted with it from the cells.
Iu the new process the trice is worteil
out from sliced fruit with cold water.
Warm water acts more i(lrWy,- but
the result is not nearly so satofr.
The water passes from one compart
ment filled with fruit to anothor,'and
the process is so arranged that in
each it meets fresher fruit than in the
last; so that it leaves saturated with
juice, or rather it and tbe juice change
plaee?, so Unit nearly pore joiee issoes
from the mach3- The results are
said to be satisfactory hi the bigbesr
degree. Baltimore America.
The Ufaaeyiess Jiwcr.
On Sunday morning a dust-be-
grimed yonug man stepped from the
through freight train at the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Station in Jersey City
after a journey of 6,000 miles. He is
John J. Shields, aged 31, ot Spring
field, III., and bo accomplished the
weary distance to one month, alenost
without tiie use of money, to earn a
wager cf $100. II was working iu
Ibe- eoal mines near bis home, end.
bearinir the warer offered bv a local
. ,,-. .,.ij .i i.i
" ' " , -
ort to cross the erctinout uitlkul
money. By ilhit of stealing rSlerl
ami going without food and deep
most of the time be made his war t
Taconia,- Wash,, at the rate oi 1,000
utiles a week.
From- there be journeyed, with toe
belf of a friendly engineer, to Los
Angcler, al.rfroruwt:& place fie al
once started East. He frequently had
to beg food al farflo-bouses, and once
he was prompted by hanger to steal
a chicken, but was caught, tried, ac
quitted and asked to leave the tows;
He passed through l'rescott,- Ariz.,
and Dallas, Tex. After working two
days on a ranch tor $1 a day he
started North. During this part of
tbo jonvisey he was put off the train
by the bmbenicn dozen times, ar
riving here in worn-out and foot
sure condition. Iia is stopping at
20 Henry street, anxiously waiting
for the $100 to arrive from-Spring-field.
.V. J'. rata.
SOME FACTS ABOUT
1. They are the hest Hats for the money.
2. They we made in every desirable shape to snit very taste.
3. Tbey are the only hatn guaranteed by the Manufactur
ers to be unexcelled for durability.
4. So many are daily sold that the 'manofactnreg caii
afford to use nothing but the best materials.
5. None Genuine without above Trade Mark.
Myfura oai, b, HUNICKE BROS., ST. LOUIS, MOs
THE SOUTHEAST XOBXAL.
A Staaeal Veritas Aaaat She last!,
satlaa sa Hie Haaae iaer.
A Normal itudeut front Iron
cotit.tv writes to the Ironton Register .
Permit me tn wrltt through your
paper a stori letter to my iron
county friends. I wisn to peas es
pecially to those young persona whose
education Is Hot complete.
(Juite a number ot you are teach
log. Jluy oi yaur scnouie ran
clos-d. Some of you have never
taught) but dchire to become teachers.
Many of you will make excellent
teachers if properly trained. Where
do you expect to get your training?
Ara you going to get it at in bounty
Institute? I'm atrald not. Tou at
tend the Institute long enough te
cram enough facts Into your head to
answer enough questions to get a
certificate. The Institute is not for
you. It is for those teachers who do
not expect to attend school any more.
You want an education as well aa a
certificate. You want to learn the
how" as well as tho "wny" and tbe
"what,'' You can learn the "what"
by studying books at home; yon can
learn the -why in seminaries and
colleges; but there ia only one place
in Southeast Missouri where you can
learn the -how" in addition to Ibe
other two. The only school in onr
set lion of the State that will meet all
your requirements is the Normal at
Cape Girardeau. It is onrs'-hool
yours aud mine as well as Cape Girar
deau's. We have an excellent faculty men
aud women who have the welfare of
Soutliea.it Missouri at heart. Each is
a specialist in his department. Aocc
ilotcs. illustrtiini!, object study, ap
paratuses, and exicrimenls add uiiit h
l t ia recitations. Freedom of li.
cti-siou and origiual thought ia en
couraged. Text books are used as
Has some one whipered to yon
t -.uracil. ol isrjlr.jra;liU.fV 1'ao.o
who know it best, know thai it is not.
Indeed, on the contrary, contant im
provements are lieiug made in all de
partment, aud the latest and most
approved mot hods are adopts. lou't
be afraid you'll not lie ht'lt busy it
The thin! term is but fjtfffy begun.
If von wljl t"!c within It week or
two, yoti call easily Itiake two tcrnw'
work this ) ear.
Did you hear that onr attendance
is very Jiniill? The enrollment is
nearly tliree nuaureu, uio average ai-
tendauec now is larger thau it was at
this time last year, aud Hie number of
stttdeilts coming in during the past
two weefts was larger thau the num
ber entering during the same two
weeks in any year for several years.
Our county has seven representatives
but it ought 10 have as many more.
Come duwn aud try it a term, aud I
believe; J9u will never regret it."
U reopie oalv Uaew
Tb:! fhe Mobile 4; Ohio Kailfa.nl
runs through the best section erf the j
Within a tiwe Of
he raliruad are 3.U0 an acre off Ions;
lime, nd Improved farms are caly
$109 to $15.00 an acre, and thai iwo
faru? crops or three vegetable crops
arc jfrown every year, each of whirh
will net more dollars per acre tlun j
: X . I. . .!.- 1 1. . 1
die same cru iu mo .luim , inoi iii.
weather iu summer is cooler, and lu
winter warmer, enabling the larmer
to work iu the field ail tbe year;
where one has better Irertftfi ttiid el.
more pleasure in titiue. makes a living
easier and gets f'rth faster tltftff he rau
in the (foTlli. flicre wonM be snch a
rush for these cheap (tomes as no
other port ko cf Anforua bas ever
Tho knowledge is spreading aud
the boom is comiup. Prices will
double everv vear. Now is the lime
to buv. Half-fa re excursion will
leave St. Louis Dec 12tb and 19th
and Jannurv 9lh, and 16th. Full in
formation sent bv E. K. Posey, (ieo-
oral rassenger Ap-nt Mobile & Ohio
naiload. MobfTr. Alt
r a. .
rs rougb and pfmpfy, oTcoCefed" with
blolcbcs and sores, and vou waut a
;leau, smooth skin and fair romplex
fion, nse Sulphur Bitters. Tbe best
medicine in such cases' I-ever sold.
C. E. SckeffleY & Co- Druggist, Jmw-
EIU BARGAINS AT
II. A. LEHER'S
Stoves ad Tinware.
LAlKi KT atork and elteapeert IPtftm ia Soarth
Roofifig and Guttering.
H ARMONf STCEIT.
cars tirABDt ad. hissoubi
Jsbn L. Miller
FlHTB BELAItDS OF IJ$TJ06tf.
The ftneat Saloon in tbe cite. 8peolaf aVIea
Uon girea to the jnf trad.
FRESH CAPE BEER
ALWAYS ON TAP.
Brooks & Quint.,
&0IPLEIB ABSTRACTS OF TlfLE
T.ksn ap be Grrer D Hittaad nottrd befor.
A. H. Grant, a Job tin. of the Pe.ro i.
Hyrd Townkbip of Cape tilrsrttoab. ooantr, oo
theitthd.y of rebmary A D. 1KM. tbe fol
lowiua deKhbed aropertj : One UcM bay mar
mrle. 3 feet 6 loebe hiall. S years old; .null
bartMM mark, on back; appraised at tbe am
iirtTfiredoUars. fHit-lB. P. I1ITT.
F. A. KAGE,
OSk ttttie Star Steele. S-xlek Street, Cap
a. g. rakitey.
Will pHetieei. all the roans and KteodtV
til kaslor. eatrSAted to kia.
l&S. W. SCERADrH,
A Srarfaate, wKh hoaon. of tke St. tMti
Mod it MldirlferY. aad Ike obIt aredaete
Mid-wtt In Cape tilrardeaa. Rnldeere a
BeineW street two 4oon eai of eorlaa .met.
V. C. Bennett,
Contracts and Builder.
Shop on Broadway,
Your Patronage Solicited
Sa iii De Jistln CsitJ talsi.
leiiifL St. Luis
gtoHregen & o.
Ccfees. Teas and Spr.cs,
Coffee Rosters and
Ijtrgcst Ittifiortrrs in the Weil
, t JS-itJ last rar lir.eou bag. or orer W,C
VOi povudt of eoslee .
413-411 South 7fi Streef,
ST. LOtIS, MO.
G. R. ULRICH.
1AY CASK tOR
Hides Feathers. Rags.
Bones, Scras Ira.
WnTCTmtm ami ctVoe in th Hi nil baHding
on Vroui stivrt.
CAPK GlItARItEAl', MIS-SOI KI
Btir,K yR oM Uon rM, WM, tmt
j and set the f..r h-m avn-vuw
CAVtAI 0, 1 flAUt MAHKS,
CJT OlVTSJ" A r TESTS Tar
eT2??PL,196r ?d M honest oiMniea. writ. tt
( SI I tlcV CO.. who have and byttt Sf i psn'
I .iwnenee in the nttrnt basinet f-nmiiiani--
I omttr.t-tlTr-iS1ewi. A ilondkMk of In
i H-routon eoneemio. Inlent. ma ntiw to on.
t:u iiirra -frit irf-. AI9O.eAtU0BO.011
V"" beWS wietr bnnremt publicum.
! -nw .u. rD,,n"i fi
1 arrwt cinn.!.noa of maf icienttfle work to tbo
anrtd. SX . .
ScmoV eooies KDt tnp.
6BC1S. tfrPT, Aimbt Mqtiiu Iimi
OlUM. In eOW. OfdirtMnnh. n
lOOMk with pl.na. enabllit. builoer. to on tho
ei nmtenu sntl wmre enmnirta. AOdrei
Ill'M.'I IX Siw Yo:ia. 3lit BuuinwAT.
rVkBwnvtboaad leUaeaan tb.troabh.lsct.
oeot to abUiou. atataof tbo rza. raob a.
XMrrtmai. K.ia. n l.ila rSVea aSar
auins. Vtiu la tbo ado. kc Wtt ftoh-aaoal
aiilMllllialsiinaallns Ii aislimn la llllllm .
cornet ail dlaoeOcTsof tbaalotaiaVtamTJ lata tho
Icbatbey woald baarmialai liatiimlu nVJss alia
cln final UiMdiMroMlr g oomp bunt; ..trorto
SMwy t telrfoodncas uoea nototi beraaod tboM
wboocotiTltaawlll Ss thowlitU.pUl.nla.
abia.oniuT vTtbattlM7 win not b wtt
'loaei bo ot Ttrrr Bee that aaafr
mmmese-git:otit.- Our atltocaialfml
OUjen do sot.
Cuter-. Ltttl LI tot Pin ars TeffWf .md
very our to bik. Oao or two pUU imka .
T'-.-y .ro .triaUr TtgeUblo and do not ariit. or
aurmbatbr tbsircat.etiaa plaiataU who
a, iliau. Inn.la.tUcmUi Sr. for IU Oo.
bydriiMHai imj .Imor wt by mrt.
WT KOrOIHI CO., New Yorfc;
SMALL PILU SHALL D8SE. SlfALLPftlCE
TssW SiM HHSrSMflll Dawa.ahetVar.ua2.
KENOJU.1'8 SPAVIN mL
Pa. s7. TmW-m-1t- "
StfJJ I Jm biafMaf rear-sVwna Car.
lT iSDJ5?W"i.T'eeeSr" Wa"-oo ot
Jon; jKattflat. It', a ..re r.reT I talak.
ra alawat er.ry caac Toon. tmlr.
ja. c acTjeOLna,
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
and it but tho
half a bottle of It. Mr aon. bad a
Spraiaoc, aljlee. KeopenTuiiTioan
LORDIC t wrLHtta. I
Ti I wed not oult
1 not oult
R. BVJ. KKNnAT.LCO-.
Kaasaarah Fall Venaaab
n t rrrrrfn
Cape City Roller Mills.;
latest ImproTei Holler Pot.
RaTiDg adopted the Better Ptoeeea, we s
iw DRMmt to waxkg tonf of the aoret nadee.
A trial or ear Ririier Proeau flour will cue
vlaee jaa that it is the best rtonr suae.
UtVE IS A TRIAL
STEM SRQS.. Pcop'r?.
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI
Galvanized Iron Cornice
Roofing, Guttering and Spouting at
Care Girardeau. Ho
Corner Main and Themis Streets,
Under St diaries Hotel.
Tha first of
WINES, LIQCOKS ASD CIGAIiS
always on band.
Sole Agettt fttr the Celebrated
Ibe best whiskey iu the Wdfld, atid
so pronounced by all ttimpe
tnnt judges of good
Fresh Beer on lap all the time.
J. C. rwKi Frt.
Vmt fotftfcr. CsiSMtr.
W. H. Killtr. Yla-frtl
b t- itiUH. Alt CuStar
CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY
Catital Stick $50,000.00
A gentrnl banking bnnntu transacted.
Jtrceant. n't Farmers, Merchant, aad Stock
4. ti. a.sst.r, t. J. Bst. J. C CurrAva
F. Ti.dsm.sx. W. It sIilis. C. KaMrraa
GILBERT H. WILSON.
ietuttv to D.itoi A SsisaaT.
US TIIK LtVtF..
CAI't GIltAKDEAU, 3IISSOVW.
fcfrtrs & ki ll USE ot
Staple and FaxcV
GiTtra tTtirafar attration t tb thipr1
and rKftiTinf of Irripht od roola ofall kttMla.
Il't wrrral Tran t-prrtc-trr tn tltiti buiist
will piiahli turn to (five atirctio t all
natrruist. lit- Iho krrp a cnml atvoftmtrnt aI
tern (Ti.fl othiT tit M ti-tfl Mr Mtlicits ant wit?
cilavur to miTit lit ;:ot
REED & ASTHOLZ
HEAL ESTATE AND
NOTiHT rJSLIC & CONVEYANCES'
Il.-tt9e. l4t. uia ai-d Timber l.ann
bonKht. mM, excbanf-l. rented and taken
on oi . 1.1.11115, oiicetioo. am rajmei.t of
r.e. nrnmiwiT .iei.ni-o lo .no loan. negHl
srl t tHtiii-e .nl K.iw rentina a meciiltv
tJSar in X'fMr noiMtna. enriier Mala and
Tsemi. itrrM. Cap. UiitMrmH. alo
OF ALL XIXDS.
Whit, and fellow
Itnjf, Fcni.r. C.Tprew
". Hum, Wi
n. Wmlnnt. A.t Anff I'herrv Aim.
ft tan-In a
and tvilluc- cnt'U-. rtnlshint
luralie.. I jth.. Sbir.gles,
stooldinr. rt touom
fTWhiff-rw iy4 frame.
msae to order on short nenfe.
UeliTcreit anjwbere inside of eity limit..
Spanish St reel, Cepc Girfrdcau. M
Hrs. Jiary Alexander
Rnprrtfnlty anmHtttera t thf
pnblie that abe ia pr?tarvt1 to do
Cteatitnfs Rpatrtng end
On 0&?t arSutfe ti iit-r rrsldrnce oa
Themis bet Main aud Indlpcnde'jrr
THE STEAM LA.tJKBRY
Wash for Everybody
And'tteAre Pr-arol T1 BS It.
tf JA Ttr?3 ftom Mr Hwkina tK
Caff City istram lvndn It will bo rora-
n?ww vfiiipq aa prrparrn 10 ao tiw
ffrttfr buslnrf or fODthraftt AliM-oaii. W
irntnp too. aatiatartton, for we .ropoaeto
n onfirrOrU work. r aak your patronage,
uu a uisu.
Y M. Iii4jjia ft Co
PKKBTOKft, W)CN'.t, Ot
P. C. COOTER,
Arcade Buildinfr, Main Street.
JArU GIBAKDEAU, MISSOURI.
Pension. Increase Penaion. Boantir Com
matation of KaUooa, Laad and Home. trad and
Pre-Emption ClaliM.-aa iu arxu op waa
claim, oivax raoarr artnTioa.
Brrsa-ics: IMlllaeat attentloa to basinew
G. W. TRAVIS,
PrcfTces denristry in all its branch
es. PJates reasonable. Alt' Wrtrk
done h the best manner and gtiar
anteerf. Xo eitnr enwjret afler the
work completed. Reference: To
the people whom I Bsve lived among
and practiced for orer twenty-three
years. Office at tbe old stand in the
Rodney Building; earner Main -and
You can fool
I . .a
fT flll PweaSamXoila
will Man tMttm nianiond. ot
tb WoraT fait demoaaaatedcoeiclwreelT tliat
caaoaw caa be imitatcoVlmitated oo pciiectis
that ta beat eapert yoogc were bamed.
W are erxliafee' importers of these goodsaad
oWcaasaapao as tan, i lach lhat we will scad
vom br expre, co d. (fmnizt $0 examine
err seaMxmfy. a BeaatrM Sea Pla or Ear.
Wats, bandaooMly ret, forft.rg Snt carat, each
loac, aad Sl.o. par cant, each addttio.! cant;
or. to aare Mima caane. aeat oomoouI b
oress. rnnmurmii flPacA
ST. lOtnl FADCCAH KAIL WAT.'
at. iocis cairo snorr lisk.
- (ST. L. A. f . B . E. CO.)
T.v. Pwfoeaff. . . . .
U:M a. a-;
B r. a.
- I: r. m
. 4i r. m.
- :s . a:
j e. tn
s so r. v.
.: I", m:
t r. a!.
.. S IS A. a".
. S O A. V.
. S.IS A. U.
.f S:4 A. M.
. 1140 A. M.
. t a: at.
i a. a.
.. lea a
.. li es a. a.
.. II :r A. M.
.. II :T7 a. M.
.. 11:44 A. a.
. 17 r. u.
.. t as r. a.
.. s as r. a.
s ee w.
ID p. M.
Le. HArrt Mm
ij K t. m;
At. Parkar Uty..
Ar. EetropeUs. ..
1 1MJ1T oxers Saaday.
fillanaSBawsukos drnot oaaaaroea wttsl
G.T. A C. train, loa-rlao (-.bo lmi
tIm ( ava uinraeoa as
. M . ai , arrlTUir Mm Loai. at 113 a.m.
otamlaa- leaeS 31.
amlaa. leae m.laml at ; J. a. as. arnv
lag at Can eiraMeaa at t J. m.
Gao. fT J.iT. 6b. raw. Act. S .aoaia.
6ao. W. Fabxsb; Ooa. JSaaafar, 9. Loasi;
2IRS. ELIZABETH EOTH.
SesMeat oa BroadWST. tatas 4oors wast of
St Louis Scllddl of Mid-Wives.
T-Mtit sIm vstsira nirimi.
tJ-AU call pnaUj attmmM. MHIM
jam st. avit, ;
8DanM Straat. sooaotf tMrlr i 1 1 1 a
oca. Oiuaissi Moot n tlW Ssry tor
Qtieenswars ami Elaiswirff,
Ana aHl aay tba RiajiMst atarket Pries) toe
H eoUsita a saar af aaMia aatroaac.
AndWaowaiaVrne Fkmr tsat osa aos b4
rn-olled by any mill la too ooarnry. A et
of the Holler ITinraj Iii alU ovaelaoa an
ludsa of Uood Floor teat U ajsuswrkx taaajf
.GIVE IT A TRIAL
P. W. POTT, Proppietoi.
Cape GIrrcesrf XNw
CAPE GIRARDEAU.. MO
T. W- PCTTtPrp,i;
PAT, at all t!m. tbe Mkeat market arte
ter l i-K ix& White Cora Maarciare4
.d srtliat aknlMile and retail, aader falf
guarantee, Uie folloaioc bran -Ik of rtoar:
rtfcX CA-PE-HA, : : - 1"aT)t".
PKI.UAS. r : : :
l.il.Y r vira VAM.JCV, Exiaa r.KCT.
Ql'KKN o CAF.
I lH - : : : : : Tttrf.
CKUKOI.A. : : : : CaoiesJ
TUt rlfitnn Cvn Weal tor tltt ar rckHir
tlM afl tlud. of BU)lrer
J. M. MORRISON
OF ALL KINDS,
rjpa-!sH fi.rert, C'ae (;irarof, )W
I wilt rarain pine joi.t. and' all mrk lamhe
forSI-'perl.nni anv warre I tbe nly limltvr
Vloorltir, am eetlina cbef-r than erer ooto ia
Ihreitv. IN not boe anttl'Toa avt prie.
:iglrs,TcHcc3. Fine Candies
1:rmi.as. nRrSo Torn monrcm Astf
til? foCit MO.NEY'a WOUTU.
AVe sell at prices lhat
CXXX AXD SEE US.
WARREN & SON.
Jpp'CHite Sturdivant Bank.
112 Tine; Sfrect, St. Lmrff, tfo.
Cam Wlraraoaa t'a. iSoaa.aarlooaT
Stea me I I u Oil g at lcot cf tin at
Will give you
-"end 1 1 aBt staasps to A.F. frrdwaT