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THE DEMOCRATi i-Hermwi vogei.ng u bunding
mum two Urge atall stables on the Fair
YST BATUltDAY MOEKDTGa groanda.
-v. . tenaM com
reaivjBnM. warla. feaatoas,
molrs rua eml louse. Warraa-
ted. th Ikat ' ' I.
lacrcrTMiiie. Taken other.
BEN H. ADAM3L
ZZZ.Z..;...i..- t for aale by W. IL CoerTcr, druffirU
Acorioo 6s XfcawxL i)r. Garnet Cannon, of Jackson
called on the Democrat this morn-
AYHTIa BITDi W Dr. Cannon
H!1l On week
juTO xJHUon! tnvrtioa.
pu buck on mout&
i '" six mouth. ..
on, year ......
'Parqautetcalnau, thnw month......
I? ' mllth -
OS hstfeoriuna, fhm BvDlhi.... ,
T)b oonto. thrw mmth ....
l.t at the St. Louis Medical College and
.......... ruij ne has returned fconeto practice bis
"Ivm 6.00 profession. Yonng Cannon is a son
oUbe late Dr. J. W. Cannon, whose
JJ j reputation as a physician of high
g jjjjjstandiug was well known to the peo-
to o pie of Sow It past Missouri.
as. on i
.60.00 We won't nrprtft liv savtnir
that we are setting clothing below
cost, tor wc are not doing anything
of the kind. Ve are not in business
. too o
xxxD-tzscit Jotter as.
tfcmoriindnins Made in Ihw Xe-
Circuit Court will convene at
-Jackson DXt Monday.
i nere w two or iirree circnsra in
.he country headed this war bat it is
xloubtlul if thejr will reach this city.
Tb Democratic bosses in this
rountr are out ot a job. Their party
is in a hopeless minority in the coun
ty aud the a-osses hare nothing to
The night train on the St. Louis.
Cope Girardeau A Fort Smith liail-
road was discontinued yesterday and
stow we receive no inoruing m1L
Coiiutry merchants say they are
rioing as winch or more buoiticsa than
they were doing this time last year.
If" C. C. C. Certain Chill Care"
knot the forl rrsnrd.) yon hare
tver tuea far Chill aad Fever
our money Kt be relYinaael.
1antit to take. Larae bottle
Ernst Pohl'and Mies Bertha Kraft
were united in marriage at the resi
dence of the bride's mother at 8
o'clock last night, Rev. Flachbart of
the Lutheran church officiating. The
young couple received a large num
ber of handsome presents. They left
on the steamer Idlewtld for St. Louis
where they go reside.
Go to D. A. Glenn's for anything
in tbe clothing, dry goods, boots and
shoes, hats, etc, line.
These April showers art not
needed now and they are going to
throw the feraicrs behind with their
Tan shoes at llamanY
Most of the farmers who reside
on the uplands are through planting
What' ttm ttiaaiwarcT
The little squib in the Dbmocrat
of last Friday, in which we'took oc
casion to report that Col. Sherwood,
the non-resident Democratic Com
mitteeman ior this Congressional Dis
trict, said, -d a the Populists; tbe
Democrats have no nse for them, aud
as a party if we have to dio we will
go down under our owu colors rather:
than die in bad company," seems to
rail Test r hi "Uaaa " aaa
"Soa-iawml BtMil Baa"
Billat Haw Bararc- caaam.
The Coxey plan for building good
road, giving employment to labor
and providing a method for raising
money ior state, county and municipal
improvements independent of bend
dealers and brokers, is set out in the
Columbus, Ohio, March 15,1891
Post Commander: .
Sir This department is preparing
an office register of all living . ex
soldiors of Oliio orgauizatious for use
in this office, showing rank, 1. I), ad
dress, company letter aud name of
organization and arm of service.
This is a matter of great importance
to all ex-suMR-re, tiil-Ir widows aud
following bills now before Congress
have stirred up a hornet's nest, and it It is to petition Congress to pass these orphans. a ho dailv write liiia di pari
is openly charged that the truthful i bills, in the interest of the comtiiou ment for inforn a-iori
people that Coxey ' Army is march- I trust that ynii will aid no to the
ing to Washington: , extent of luruishing us with a ruin-
for oar health or to improve our
that if our prices are not lower tlni. . M,r 1 ort"" an,X no ""'I'"1""-
auv other hmise in the cilv. qunli.v f! " ",c, ""'
goods cunsi.I. red. w will tnke ii all i ',oe" ,la,"-,u '' Ma,n s,r,'cl-
back. We propose to sll vim cloth- Tho fe:iiMlc who was tried In the
ing cheaper than the other eniiceni ! pnlii c court yesterday wa lined sixtv
.vuc..Sior-c0., nuiniut. dollars and cists. She appealed her
The elegant steamer Xew Idle-
wild will give an excursion from this
city to Cairo, Illinois, on Tuesday.
May 15th, 1891. Th boat will leave
this city at nine o'ch ck in the fore
noon ot that day and returning will
leava Cairo at six o'clock in tbe even
ing. The fare for the round trip will
be oue dollar aud fifty rents, meals
included. May l.'ilh is the pleasant
season of the year for excursions and
tbe New Idlcwild is the boat to mnke
them on. Our people know the boat
aud they know her olhYcrs aud they I
know, too that an excursion ou the I
Idlcwild means a pleasant trio. At "pwial ineting of St. Mark's
Lodge Ao. 93. A. r. A. M , Ial
editor of the Dkmocrat lied. All
this makes us feci very sad. Never
theless it is true that thedistingaished
Colonel did use the tollowingUiiguagc
regarding the proposed alliance be
tween the Populists and Democrats of
this county, and used it pnnlicly ou
Main street ia front of Adam Frank's
saloon, a place where Democrats love
t congregates that "I am opposed to
any Iii.ion the Populist: il the j instructed to have eiiyrsved and have
tsnsf-s by wiircit to nuu.n noou
KOADS BY THE COXBV PLAN.
Swtiox 1. Be it enacted by the
ri'fci. text or tub mm. befork c-ox- plete roster of the Ohio soldier of !
your Pot, aud la addition the i:am-
or any other ex-soldiers oiuliio or-
gaui.ations of whom you may have
Senate nd Itouse of Representatives ;auy knowledgb:
in Congress assemuled: That the
Secretary cf the frcasury of the
l.'nttcd States is hercbv nutliori.ed aud
case to the Commin Ploas Court.
All tbe talk in the world will not
convince you so quickly a oue trial
ot DeWilt's Witch Hazel .Salve for
scalds, burns, bruises, s kin afTectlous
aud pile. 1. Den Miller. Druirt.
Mr. and Mrs. Pohl loft on the
inomi.'ig train for St. Louis where
they go to reside in the future.
Little vegetable health producers;
DeWilt's Little Karlv Itisers cure
malarious disorders aud regulate the
stomach and bowels, which prevents
headache and dizziucs. 1. Ituu Miller,
Call at the. "(iem Shoe Store" on
Bioa I vy aud see those K.'iinlei-r
skin s i oes. W. II. 1 1 liter's proprietor
A good tit guaranteed.
For sale bv W. II. Coerver, druggist
On and lifter tbe first day of
May Cape Girardeau county will have
Taur banking houses .two iu Cape
iirardeau and two in Jackson.
Francis Marchiidon, of Alleuvillr,
) visiting relatives in this city. Mr.
Marchilton ha a line big boy at his
tiuuse about six weeks old.
W. II. Medley, proprietor of the
finest Kentucky stallion in the county,
railed on lift to-ilay. Mr. Medley say
business in his line is good.
The Democratic towHahip meet
ing at .lackson last Saturday instruct
ed lor Mashall Arnold for Congress
It looks lik the little Srott emmtv
intellectual giant would have a walk
over in the convention.
Capl. Juden. of tho ferryboat
Cspe City, tells us that the ferry busi
ness is distressingly dull.
Ciiildrcii like to lake "C. C.C.
V'eriain CltSI! Crre," the.
nnl and ci;araul-c"l euro lor
l'cvt-r. Ague Ktttl Kaltirin.
lric-- 50 -t.
Fors lc by V. II. Coerver. druggist
There will be more corn planted
in this county this year than has been
planted for many years. Farmers are
finding that it don't pay to raise
Wheat at Democratic prics and they
are turning their attention to corn.
While in this section of the .coun
try the Mothodists of this ctty should
tnake au effort to get the wordy won
der to give u a rouud. ' It has been
long time since we had "an out
nonring of the lord's spirit," as a
gentleman expressed it when M
Dee ring was raising the dovll here a
lew year ago.
Mrs. Martha Haeniehen desires to
extend heartfelt thauk- 1 1 those good
and kind Iricnds who were so kind
fo her and her family during the ill
ness of her buslisud and little
slaughter. The kindness shown to
tier aud tbe respect paid to them dur
ing their illness nud at their funeral
will ever be remembered by Mrs.
. Cure your corns by wearing the
fie it skin shoe sold at the "Gem Shoe
Store on Broadwav by W. H, Iluteia
R?v. Ben Dcering is out at Jack-
ton shaking up the old sinners. Mr.
Dearing is one of the "boys," and he
is th very maa to haul tha old stu
tter of Jackson over tho coals. There
are some mcu iu that town who have
been in cahoots with the devil for
the last fifty years aud they need just
inch shaking up as tbe Rev. Deerlng
jt capable of giving them.
A committee was out this morn
fag solieitiug additional stock for the
Street Railway and we hope our peo
ple will be liberal and tako enough
atoek to help the Company ant in the
effort to pay off a smalt floating debt
that is yet standing out. The street
railroad besides being great con
ranience to our people i a splendid
advertisement for tbe city.
William Sackmann, of Murphy -boro,
Ills., is visitiug relative in this
Shoe polish, black, tan and red
Yon should not fait to ee that ex
client "Bear Skin Shoe" sold by W
H. Hater at the "Gem Shoe Store"
IT rear appeana gone
tac wUI retore it more tck'T
ha "C. C C. Certain Chill
Cnre," tha rreat Tonic an4
rnaraateed Core for Chill ana
Fcrer. Price eent.
ror sal by W. II. Coerver, druggist
Good judge of beer say that the
bock beer turned out thia year by the
Cape Brewery is the finest beer ever
old ia this market.
Capt, Charley Sloan, of St Louis,
t visiting frleuds Iu this city. Charley
was raised in this city and be can tell
some interesting anecdote of old
times ia the Capo.
We received an anonymous cont-
mnnication to-day on the subject of
the stock law. We do not publish
anonytnou letters. If tbe good citi
i from the Third Ward will alga
(ia name to bis communications be
may .get to see himself iu pr'.ut.
IJev. lien Deering is making
"I'onio howl" at .'acksoli. He is as
lull of iiuegar, slang aud nind as
Right of wav I as been secured
tiy C. .1. Haitian to shoes cheaper
than can hn obtained al anv other
place it: the city.
Louie Pott has a bouncing big
boy at his house and lie is not goiug
to name tho new coiner after Cleve
land. Ladies Doug. pat. tip spring heel
button shoes $ l.'-'-i al llamau'.
The colored Mcthodi-ts are ask
ing couii'itiuiioiM to help pay oil a
ilelit on their i liiin h fastened ihrrn
by tli -it political wire-puller aud ail
arjiiml scamp Itev. Hunter.
The rrnaking of the frog, the
ward politician aa-l spring styles in
Mines have ait made their appearance
The man who keeps his month is
often ailjii'lged a n 'ne man but the
judges who tlitu pass seuteuue upon
him are otleu tool.. We have both
kinds residents of thin city.
Sny. do vou know that the stock
of clothing of t. It-mi's u ill be sold at
-hard limes" prices, and that you will
lose ui'iuev it' vou don't buy ot hliu.
Come auil see and be courineed.
There is seme old wheat still be
ing hold lor higher prices by the
farmers iu this county. Tho higher
prices will never come, gentlemen,
aud you had Just as well let your
graiu go while you can get fifty cents
per bushel tor it.
A fact worth know, that Glenn Is
selling his big stock of clothing at
greatly reduced prices.
Dr. Peters was thrown from his
bujgy last Mouday and had oue of
his ribs broken. He came to the i-iiy
yesterday aud had Dr. Porterlield to
act the broken rib, and he is now able
to go about.
Xow is tho winter of my discon
tent" made glorious a spring by a suit
from Glenn's, and don't you forget il,
and at such low price.
Hard times always bring on
religion revivals. A naked and
hungry man always wauts to go to
heaven and he is not particular what
church points out the road to him.
When blackberries ripen however,
and th gentle r.ephyrs waft warm
over the country the poor devil will
be seen wanderiug off to the briar
Ignorance of the merits of De
Witt's Little F-arlv Riser is a mis
fortune. These little pills regulate
the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia,
bad breath, constipation and billioas
ncss. I. Ben Miller, Druggist.
At the meeting of tho Owl Club
last night the following named officers
were elected to serve tbe cusuing
vcan John Gawronski. Jr, President.
night in Masuulc Temple, the M. M
degree win conferred upon Dr. P. K.
Williams, ol Kelso, Scott county. Mo.
Oue word descrives it "perfec
tion." We refer to. DeWitl' Witch
Hazel Salve, cures obstinate sores,
burns skin diseases and is a well
known cure lor piles. I. Ben Miller
The monument man is the last
man on earth we will Waut to con
tract with for a job. We have the
highest respect for the man who or
iiaments the la.t renting p!;.ce of man.
but wc hope we will never l.e ready
for him to show a piece of his handi
work over a hole in the ground to
mirk the place wliure a poor devil
wails for his di-tiiuptcnt subscribers to
pass in their checks.
Wc could not improve tliequality .
if paid double the price. I c Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve is the best Salve;
that experience can produce, or that
money can liiiy. 1. Ben Miller, Drug
gist. The IH:.io'-:at owes Col. Alex.
Sherwood uti npolegv for reporting
that he Used cilss wolds. The Colonel
is a hard eml fast member of the
Presbyterian church .-mil we supposed
that the people, and especially t 'oloucl
Sherwood's I'l iends. would understand
that the cuss word were put into
the Colonel's mouth br the wicked
editor of the Dkikh iiat.
All that honest v, cfiierietici! and
skill rsu do to produce a perfect pill
has been employed in making De
Wilt's Little Karlv Ki-ers. The result
is aspecilicfors'.ck headache, billlou;.
uess mid constipation. I. lieu Miller,
Capt. Hen Teukolf. of Commerce,
was iu the citv to-dav and ho gave
the Dkmik-kat a friendlv rail. Ben
Is a Capo boy who went to Scott
county to seek his fortune. He is in
the mercantile ami salontt business
and is a successful business man. Be
ing a son-iu law of our old friend
Viuceut lleisercr he is quite promi
nent in polities and his influence is
alivavs sought by candidates for
DeWilt's Witrh Hazel Salve cures
piles. DeWilt's Witch Hazel Salve
cures burns. Dc Witt's Witch Ilazrl
Salvo cures sores DeWilt's Witch
Hazel Salve cures ulcers. I. Ben
I'ndcr the proper heading in to
day's Dkmcm-rat will be found the
announcement of C. F. Bctten, who is
a caudidate for Circuit Clerk. Mr.
Iletten la well knowu to the people of
this county. He is a young man of
superior ability, a good penman and
au expert in clerical work. He held
a positiou iu the I. S. It .vnue Col
lector' office several years auil Was
lour years private Secr'-tarr to the
Assistant Secretary of tin Interior al
Washington. If elected Mr. Bitten
will make au efficient, careful and j
DeiniM-ra'ie partv must lie deteatcfd f
want il to go d.twti lighting for ii
principles." or Words to that effect.
Xow what is the difference in sub
stance between the words set out
above, to which the Colonel and his
Iricnds lake exception Of cour.-e.
the Colonel being a non-resident, aud
therefore not posted in county politic
and what tha Pcmorrrtic bosses Imd
resolved to dh shut nt! I'.U month atid
got his foot lino itt Hereafter witch
Col. Sherwood comes from Jefferson
City to Cape Girardeau county for a
little recreaiiou. before he talks h
should c -nsirt with th-i editor of the
IRmi;-i:at nud we will try to keep
nun out ol troiitilc. .
I.el as All Ta aiaCB.
The stockholders of the Street
Itailwav Company held a uierttlig last
night and it was resolved to increase
the stork of the Company some
twenty-live hundred or three thous
and dollars. . The purpose of tlii
increase al stock is lo rsise the
balance of the money to pay elf the
floating debt that Was made in rou-
slruciiug and npilpplng the read.
The road is paying running expenses
and a little more, but the stockholders
want to free it from debt aud to do
thit thev want to issue sufficient
ait'liliotml stock to save the Company
from having to pav lutcrest ou bor
The street rats are all advertise
ment for the city that no one can
estimate the value of. Il is a home
enterprise, started by mm who waist
to see the citv grow and prosper, aud
we helieve the people will be aiding
to help ih enterprise along. The
shares ace tiveiity-Ilve dollars cacti,
within reach of any bu.iiic.s man in
111? citv and the neeessarv slock to
clear tlie debt should bo raised With
out anv troti lie.
Every good ritizn in the city
who is interested in the citv'- welfare
hoiil'l siibscrihu lor a share or two
printed. lunne.'i.iiHiy after Hie pas-
of this bill, live hundred millions
of tloHjrs Treasury ndc, a legal
teihlc.r for ail debt", public and
private, said notes lo lo in denond
uationi; of oue. two. live and ten dol
lars, ninl to be placed lil a fund to be
known as the General County Roml
Fund System of the I'nilcd Stales."
and to be expended solely lor said
In addition to Ihe above it would
make this register mttch more valuv
blc if you Would report yiarly to this
office, noting all cbauges I'y reason of
death, removal, etc.
Tbauklng you in advance for '.b
I hare the honor to be, Sir,
Jajiks C. Howe,
Hoaher at 4.rdaaTtlle.
ediirsdny uielrt between twelve
imp o'clock robbers entered Claus
Ski-. 2. Aud be it further enacted. ' Kcrstiicr's store. Mowed open tho safe
Thai It shall be the iluty of the Seere- J '""k "hat mouey it contained
tarv of War to lake charge of the ; amounting to about twenty-Are dol-
sab! t.cueral County Road System in Urf: ''"-' J"or ot the safe being blown
the I'nttctl Slates, and said construe-j ,0 t'l' c5.
tiott io multi-euro as soon as the T!lr.v :lNo vrfnl io Henry Kerstncr's
Secretary of the Trrasuiv shall in-1 store and bored a hole in his safe
form the Secretary of War that the about the sie of a goose quill but
said fund is available, which shall not failed to get it opeu; it is thought,
-: when il shall be
In Vlolailan al Law.
I would like to call the attention of
our city police to the promiscuous
shooting cftnrget gnus aud nigger
snooirrs arouna town. I ins is a vio
lation of the city ordinance and should
be slopped. We ofiou find t broken
window pane but never otic lime at
tribute it to a target gun or nigger
shooter, when that is the whole cause.
The writer has just finished haviug
window lights put iu at a cost of
sevsn or eight dollar.
Acarlv cverv Uov v. Hose tatlier is
able to filmi!i him with a target gnu
or ldgger shooter is usiug same, in
discriminately right under the very
iiosc of police, but nut a word said
This matter should bo looked into
aud a stop put lo It at once. I am nut
one ol those Citizens who is ever
ready to jump ou the police about
evcrv trivial matter but the above
rievanr.es are loo revere to bo over
looked. Either enforce the ordi
nance's or wipe them out.
A Lawyer HaarHeit taf.
The Circuit Court Was sit i ing Itt a
New Hanipsh toWU. It was a cld
evening, auil a crowd ot lawyers no I
seated themselves around l!:o hearth
l.i Ihji vi I It. rr M inn tvlmn n helftlml
Fred Glover, Vice-President; Ci, benumbie'a wilU co!(, en-
tcred Ihs room. As none of tbe
Itatin, Secretary; John L. Miller,
Treasurer, and John Sackmann, Scr-geaut-at-arms.
After the installation
an excellent luncheon was served and
all enjoyed a pleasaut eveuiug.
If you can afford to be annoyed
by sick headache and constipation,
don't use Dc Witt's Little Early Risers
for these little pills will cure them. 1
Ben Miller, Druggist.
If tbe coal n.Iuers continue on
their strike much longer the steam
boat business will be expensive. Tbe
coat supply is nearly exhausted now
and steamboat men are looking out
for cordwood to take the place of
coal for tuel. Daring Ihe war Ihe
steamboats had to pay as high a four
do'lirs per cord for wood, and now
there is not tb timber that there win
during tbe war and it may be diffi
cult ior steamboat to get a supply of
wood ts run (bent.
Best line of mattings, carpels aud
rurtaiu' iu the city at Glenn.'.
lawyers offered to make room near
the tire, he sat in tbe back part of the
A smart yonng lawyer addressed
him, and the following dialogue took
"You look tike a traveler."
"Well, I suppose 1 am. I came all
the way from Wisconsin a foot, al
"From Wisconsin! What a long
distance yon had to travel P
"Welt, I did it, anyhow."
"Did you ever pass through belt in
any of your journoys'f"
"Yes, sir; I passed tbrougb tbe out'
"I thought likely. Could you tell
as what are the manner and customs
of that place? Several of us would
like to know."
"Oh! You will find them the same
as in this place; the lawyers sit nearest
phe lire." lioston 1crahi.
Am Ambiflaa Janraallfff.
He bought a daily journal, and lo
plcsjn all men diurnal was the para
mount ambition that ho cherished
He said he'd write the leaders lo
conciliate all readers and his editorial
matter it should uover give offense.
He would piece the high mid lowly
aud the wicked aud the holy, the Re
publicans and Mugwumps, Democrats
He would eulogize the people higher
than the highest steeple, and pet the
lirk aristocrats aud fat monopolists.
II.; would lift no wrathful bosom
but would stn.Iv how to please em
aud his luillfcrlmluate sweetness
would be scattered tar aud uear.
ilo would shoot n from a battery
dalir lu-iilailcs of flutterv and W: h
Bill the Democrats did snub him
and the mugwiriips tried to club him
and a Prcrbylcrian deacon smote him
mi tile shoulder blade.
And a 'piscopalian rector slabbed
him through the chest protector, aud
a strong agUostle athlct smashed him
witb a hand gfcudde.
And the high-bord ami tho lowly
aud the wicked aud the holy when
they mobbed bis bated office all were
And the deacon and the pas. or and
the wicked dancing master imptirtially
upon bis head their equal blows did
And a Sunday superintendent, a re
ligious independent, aud an infidel
tree thinker seized aud burled him in
And a bloody jail bird stilled him,
and a gentle Quaker killed biro, and
tbey buried him in partnership his
grave was dark and deep. Post'Dis
he later than -
Ihe d'.'y of the Secretary nl War 10
iii.niL'ur .1e the work and expend the
sum ot twenty millions ot dollars per
month, pro rata with the nontMfr of
miles ol road in cacii Jttale and Terrl1
torv iu the I'nited Stales.
Skc. S. Be it further enacted, That
ill labor other thuli that of the office
of Ihe Seirctary of War. whose com
pensations are already fixed by law."
shall be paid by the day. and that tha
rate be not le-s than one dollar and
fifty couti per day for common labor.
ud three dollars and fifty cetsts per
day for train slid labor, and thai
eight hours per day shall constitute a
ua"s labor iimler tho provisions nl
t-M. tk. r or Tin; e'extv xox-ixtkr-
kst i:i-:.n:iMi ikimi r.n.i. now
Be it enacted by the Senate aud
House of Representatives, !u Congress
That whenever any Slate. Territo
ry, Comity. Township, Municipality,
or lucorpo.-r.tcd Town or Village
deem it necessary to make any pub
lic improvements, they shall deposit
with the Scrret.try of ihe Trcasliry ol
the L'nited States a non-interest bea--ing.
twenty-live year bund, not to ex
ceed one-half the assessed valuation
of the properly in said State, Terri
tory. County, Township, Municipality
or Incorporated Town or Village, and
said bond to be retired at the rale of
four per cent, per annum
Whenever the foregoing section of
this act h::s been con. plied uilli.it
sh.ill be Mandatory upon the Secretary
ofliic Treasury of the l'nited States
lo have engraved aud printed. Treasn-
rv notes iu the denominations of one.
two. five, leu and Iweuir dollar
e.v h. w hich shall It! .1 full li'gal teuder
for all debts, public and private, to
the face value of said bond, and de
liver to said tate( Territory, Comity.
Township, Municipality, or incor
porated Town r Village, niiicty-uiu
per cent, of said notes, and retain oue
per rent, for epene of engraving
and priming faille.
Moittbrru Facta t re.
All about the South. Complete
description cf the (oils, climate, pro
ducts, cheap homes aud everything
yon want to know about the South
licailtifiilly illustrated. Issued month
ly and sent free Id all applicants bv
K. E. "osev, (leileral Passenger Agent.
Mobile & Ohio Railroad, Mobile, Ala
however, that I lie safe Is now worth
less. They look about twelve dollars
worth of pistols aud ammunition and
made their escape.
fmpirs am Ine
Fare cured. Sulphur Bitters will
cure the worst case of skin disease
f-t.o f coniu'ou pimple on the lace to
that awful dir-rasc Scrofula, it is the
best ine.licine to use In all cases of
sucii stubborn and deep-seated dis
ease. Do uot delay; use Sulphur
Bitters and drive the humor from
for Summer Nnll-
i'hilipp Sloll would respectfully
remind his customers And the
public generally that he has just
received a large assortment ol samples
ol goods lor gentlemen's suits lor the
st!i;:i;(.-r srasoii. The samples include
all the latest styles of goods. He can,
he savs, tin nis'.i the material aud make
suits lr Irr.iu liftccu dollars up. ac
rnrdiitg lo duality of goods. II takes
the measure. ucuts and makes the
goods up himself aud he therefore
guarantees a perfect lit. Xo lit no
Ladies Jon't fail to call at the
New Millinery and in
spect the beautiful hats
ami bonnets the finest
and cheapest ever brought
to Cape Girardeau.
First door south of Warren's
E 1 1 1 1 1 1 i t tJUt A t U ,U A I U M-t M tUUjt JLt U j
Vf' l--V4 ;W 4 VVV VM-V. IM7.
FINE TINTING AND PAtER HANGING
SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS.
N. W. Corner Main al . B roa vay
Cape 0-lradLesfcL," " jvo
flie Cslehra'ed Frencft Cure,
fa lrarr Hour af Ntrto.
Man. iu common with most of the
animal creation, ll4s accepted the plain
suggestion of nature that the approach
of ni I" should imply a cessation ol
effort. If ho ignores I lib principle.
his work is dou against iehcritod
habit, and so far, with additional
laligue. It follows, too, that be must
use artificial light tmd snstnln its coin-
bust ion at the cost of his owh atmos
phere. Naturally, thcreforei when he
does rest, his relict Is Hot pfoportion-
ed to his weariness. A in niauv
cases, however, sensation is not here
the most reliable guide, to judicious
practice. Kstabli'lied custom affords
far indication of tbe method most
compatible with healthy existence.
I I . . . .. . , . I
raises daily storm the . "e ."sc ,,,B n.c m inr
nivalin leuus out n deceptive color lc
the argument of tho daylight sleeper.
Iu them excessive waste of tissue
must b-- made good, and sleep, always
too scanty, is at any time useful for
this purpose. For the healthy ma
jority, however, tbe old custom ot
early rest and early waking 13 certain
to prove in future as returns ot
I ingevity anil common experience
alike show that it has proved in the
past most conductive to health aud
actni life. London Lancet.
s. Is ci: .: pk A
VS t) Ki 'remyi. roiol
SL) tti:y.l-wnltrit( the
(f.-v i cuncr lex,
TobccrtorOp".nrn,rTtaroucH yolMnl ictllnm
Ittm over fntV l . lit, ic.iiucb ! of Brain
Pottcc, Wnki fttlucts lieorin-r down fain In th?
ba:.'k, S' ut.i.al T -Kkiicstt, Ilyitcrla, Ncttoui Pros
trt(on, S j.t.r.l Eminln IicorTbM. Irt
ih.e , W eak. Mviumy, Los oi I'c"r r-d Impo
l-n- T.trhlt h t r:Vct?lolten leultoremcttm
oi l anl hiistiiij. Price 11.00 box, 6 buxet
Ir ?: 'A "nt W jtj! mi i&?l?A ot price.
A WR.TTEf. GUAfiAWTEE U gfrcn for crcrr
$S.Word"r rcrcivc1. lo lvfnndl thn xncney If
prmnnent nire in hot t'tTwteJ. Wo tin tbon
ruin4i of t3tiivriitti!B from oM cni lonnx, 01
beth "trs, wSo hav been permAntitly ctirt-d
m n ArniHi n ij:. mm ...
SoM by Wm. II; Cocrvcf.
CCONOMV REPAIRING OUTFIT.
Rreat time and
mortrT savT. A
bard limnt tuj 1
onvcnif nc tr
m ar. TW Wat
ft rzEEr (TP offered
V W f ftir ;me tiw fof
Crcu 3 I 9 tr3iiin(r booia
I t - 1 cat harncs
I I 7 i I I wtm fcnrx-i. and
. AV I . tS Htimtrcdsof thimrf
I E.vhicU conMaiitly
j-- r ! a? nrv& aHeniiotii
JW3V- 1 S' instmciiona
3 ';.'-: . l c teal withracboat-
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
A. ItUEDIGER. Tres.
F. W. FEUEKBACHEK, Vice Pres.
A. J. LAXti, Sec'y.
U. V. FEIKONNET, Treas.
F. W. FEUERBAHElt
A. J. LA2SQ.
H- P. PIEKONNET.
Shop oil Broadway three doors west of
Carriages and wagons painted in anv"
style desired and work guaranteed as good
in duribility and linisU as such work can
be done in any city.
-j ti: to that a boy
try saTtHl is
sc tonia yaw
tr tiiiJ rsrt
vesr. tmi-t. sli" rt 'a.r ontiit. inc1tutiaf
.ro'l !asi-t nrr :i':u.r-. rvrryt!.tii(f nc-
-.iry I r r-ini; Vm; uurk. 25 r. nuI- only
fi't. S Ci-.t. Kxtra l ru- tor har
.s t : -; .Trtit-'s . 5"- . . Eith.-f otft by
sjtT'i"si r fr- i-r'it. r -atlv wicl. en rrcript of
:i - . T- us- .r-.I'-riii- tH- hi t M l itt a place
ff;:tii ih a-c:u v a ! mal;" Lirc probta.
ecNOMV SUPPLY HOUSE, Hiram, Ohio.
DiM timf frr Hmin;
t bave a line lot of baled hay for
ale. Aj-ylv to II, U. fiaoucv.
II. Stcinbach ileirs to inform hit
cu-Imor- tint lie has tire iitunt
right ftrr iiumificturiug the Cork
Faced Collar in the following counties:
Scott, Bollinger, Stcildiird, Terry aud
Cape Girardeau. Call aud examine
thin new patent collar. w4m
ta taw Oaj af Oar raaaakaiara
Sulpber and molasses reigned sup
reme in the Spring time. Nowadays
we take Hofi'iritKvs' specifc no. 10
lot Dyspepsia, and all stoiDscli
troubles, keeping the blood pore, so
tliat no Spring dosing is necessary.
For sale by druggist.
IS NOW IN OPERATION.
Farmers savo your cream for us.
Come and see our riant We are nre
pared to furnish flrst-class butter to tho
$tki)ct by k Sone Iitittttioij
K"o. 40 MAIN STREET,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
A D DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
protect xom EYES.
"7M BtSJ IH IHE WORLD.''
J i tn bI1 ...i
.-. . as r.K K'ta
anui.- v r u at
Jole AKcnt lor Cpe tJu-.tf, S0
ao rabbctiM irrruu.
Iinjiortcrs or and Dealers in KOIiEIGS aad DOMESTIC
WHISKIES AUD V7IHES"
Xo. 203 Cppr rirt Streef,