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XlSlUUlIlA 1 -ir. u. a. i7oyie auunercuiiureni we understand that a stocW com-
fuTTu -"caua-MD and Misa Garaghly went Iowu to pany has been formed and grounds
KTEBT SATUlil.AY MOENDHJ, Iienton yesterday to attend the wed- Ieaed for the building ot a base ball
I ding of Mr. Cha. L. Proflit and Miss park in thi, city.
BEN H. ADAMS.
Helscfer, d fighter of Vincout Heis-
The panickv period has passed
away, bnt prices were twitted all out
wna urn An. tmh
- .I. gal " W'5 ... . . Ol shNl tnilvnn airel ll,. Inn.,l
! thi.M.th;" "" Z2 e are informed that lli (ian-I. it " . .
nxo. mouina ., .., sort ot prices at Unman s shoe store.
Tnmnhr.. i.i J nou Bros, will begin shipping material
Invanably in Ateanc. here j corn ig hemg retaiIca at 60
j plant. They put up a bond for P
n irw v ' iwcmy-uvc nunurcu uouars ana uiot r?icve Brown was nnea leu cents
rr- mi . l
Tbe Man Was Meditate.
Every woinaa is looking tora priucft
for a husband, and it never occurs to
Mr a.4iiiMl Inprrtion
pa Uch one montl; ...
' " three mmtba
J " ne -rear '
roparaaKet colaoui, llms-mo-itua.......
did not put up that bond for their I in' costs in tho Common Pleas Court
J ;j health. They propose lo put in to-day for "licking" Dick Oliver.
works and tlicv will begin
':'?;work oner before the th olJune
-. as the ordinance requires.
A man came into the ofllce ot a
faa half col-Una, tMc nio.itli
' . ' ' - - " ax nio-ittiv.
t " " :. Tor
Ootcotimii.lhTt-f n.- ,tiu i,, , Maine naner the other dav and thus
I htmont:ii rw.ftrti .. .
1. t nar m -com addressed the vouug lady at the de.ki
':Vca4liic nolle-, on' cOitorill page ccsU - lO-U.ll. I llOpe. 1
9ft lin. each inscniou. - i vants for to atvcrtize mv little tog on
'der baper. He vas shet-plack tog
: nut white spot all ofer him in blaces.
His tvl Vas mot off rinse ui to
fcteraoranduias Mado in tho lie-, "-elluf. u-i l if anypotty rtnts bin..
I Keep Mm. tcir I pel : to bun. How
oranduus Mado in thi
Thomas A. Aberuathv was grant
ed a divorce from his wife iu the
Common Pleas Court this morning.
Henrv Kerstncr, of Gordonville,
is in the city to-day.
Mrs. II. S. Doyle and children
aud Miss Garajrhty returned borne
Ktaf Bead Jlim Llne-ola.
'Stanley,7' said bis mother, 'I do
not like to sec vou plaviug with such
her that princes are.extrcmely scarce dirtv bovs. The language ibev use,
1 a .t ii - i l I. "
auu lBrj uimcuii 10 prciie mu too, is not lit tor your cars. Titey are . Bork,,
'ooni. not the boys lor you to associate ij.civ-'ie-
An Atchison boy was verv carcfullr with ! V I1 VT7'
' " ! John .lolinfon,
named by his parents bis name is The bov looked at bis mother a M:t i-mo..
CIcvelaad-BUiue Mowry but all the ininme aj (lcllj as little head c,ar c Ui:lrr'
Children Call him "Meg." was thrown Wk h rrarelr askrd: ' ' lSf'..S,.?!f 3'
1 --, ...... --. , TV JHVllUIl,
There was a young engaged couple -Who am I that 1 should not aso- Mra l j Ba..dct
at the theater last nigjt, aud wIipu t ciato with those bovs-r
List r Mall Matter
Sen) tint Tir uncalled for la tfts port office o:
Cape tiirarltsaa, ooantj of Cie 4jirar.tuau.
Btata at Miaaoad, for tfaa week mahug
May . Irci,
W L Oabb.
Mrs Clara Utllrr.
Mrs Auie nod(;r,
,1 . . , . . . I - remiTis railing lor aJj 01 ine aiMi.e inirn
l"c Hatri Miu BUjiiiiii-; ui iuc i l!C IllOthcr Was lipri)IoXed HU !U- wmuloa my "A-Hertil." civ. tUtrol
tiii-t list. It mo; rallt-d (tr wilHi.i two t
they will 3. K to the IH-tul ltttr U:Mc- at
mooc'i vur twii i iinc':"
The Itran farm near tiordoiivillr
There is a move on fi.ot to buil.l
n electric Taailroad from thi rilv lo
nacKson. i.ater we n ill proliaolv be ! was ;,o!d uinb r ovpr nlinii vMinnl.v
able to give siiini-details as to thesur-j and it n as bi t in- at one lliouvami
Tfs of the prejert. I dollars. It is rlaimed that tho farm
The river is said to be lower now worth twice that n;ni of money,
than it haa heen for mmy ,i dr.y at --The Peu-ioii Hoard of Medir-nl
his season of tbe year. Kxniniiirrs im-t to-day niol rxamiiiril
Tbe case of John A. Frank vs ! a niiinticr of iild veterans who an
1 ! Chicago Jfc Tex is l". will have Rpplii ants fur pru-ioiis.
- ne hoaringtthitcr:r. oltiii t'oni- A biryrlo rider frlglitinrd tin
mon Plea tVart. siren ear iniiles mid (ms.s .! t'l. iu t.
f!lue-lird. tbe fine race horse j rmi away with the ear. There wa
twned bv f. A. I ige. has a line roll. ' "''? p.t-rii!;er in t!ie rar and m
ISiirn. Satnrdav. Vav -If.th. 1 n't i ! " " v- ,s n.. iini-i.i".. .imie.
tyranny of man the girl would look slant aud then she said:
at her aweetheart with soft, appealing j "Cut Stanley, dear, that is uot It at
eyes, as much as to say she didut be- jail- The boys are not clean. Their
lieve mm wore tyrauts. Across from clothes are dir dirty, nud they"
them sat a wsrrieu couple, aud when j "Mother,-.aid .Stanley, as quick as
'he speaker hit tho meu the woman I a flash, fcyou have been reading to
woiuu give ner lnban l a mnige me about Abe Lincoln. Xow, be
with her sharp elbow that made Mm wasn't clean when hn was a bov. and
Irom Iienton to-day, where thry had ! squirm. j he did not wear line clothes, and he
been to attend the weddiugef Charley j does not necesaril follow when I was IVeldenl."
Proflit slid Miss Iliscrer. They say ha his picture t.ikeu Willi the ! Tlie nnthor looked at the boy. tlie
i hey had a splendid time. j g'd'Kr Ih it he e in ,!-,v. J Ind nothi:ig tn -ay. :ii:.l i-i two miu-
All the talk iu the world will not j Tho '''i:itaiu , ( yo.il!i eon-is's r j t.3 sta-i!;.y v.-14 .-!, i , , ;, ;:!0 alley
-oinincf vou so quickly es one trial ""'""f v- .1 iy. ea,:!i T n:i i Un::K- (, t f the rigc.-d. ilirty, but
':v iii-. hhi. k i .is; was so
ot DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve for
1.15 re' i!a a 1 1 lit 1.!
S aids, bmiM, bruises, skin atfcctlous ' 3:e?i,i:'.-r "iue h urs every ni-::t.
If itr Mtray.il.
Straye from the farm of the un
dersigned, in Stoddard county, Mo.,
one light iron gray horse seven yetf
old. about 16 bauds high, had head
stall of leather halter on when
strayed. The taker-tip will be liber
ally rewarded by notifying 1113.
A. J. Kay.
ldalia, Stoddard county, Mo.
to Mr. and Mr. l"nk Lewis, a tine
girl. Mother and child arc botlido
The game of ball yesterday be
tween the colored nine of liiis city
Hud the cnlorcd nine of Commerce
scored 40 to
Tf this citv.
Kx-.I11.lge James I'. Cii.hwll. o
Millerville, has heen in the city :
couple of days. The .lm!e tells u
that he h is been i:i poor health foi
Ino or three years.
The din t'lub went out to the
lliuiavor of ths nine sboollng groiiiuls yesterday and hail
j a pr iciiee match.
Awhile man standing inside of: John Ka?-cll pnrcha'H tin
the Catholic church yard on Spanish OToolr progeny that was sol. I yes-
streel. seized a woman bv the arm ns tcrday for taxes.
ac was passing ly. !s!ie got loose! I he Pair Assoeiaiioii has
aud nith threats of shooti
him got away.
In front l Vogcl & Itronkborsi's
alore last night about niii:- o'clock,
two girls were seizeil by a 11 g.-i, but
t ir giris made tbcireseap... We have
11 t learned anvthtng further iu re
tard to the matter.
There were about aevrnty-tlv J
tit our citizens went on the exi nr-iosi 1
n Murjiliysboro yesierdsy. Thry re-
rt having bad a grui-i im 1 time, I
Tlir eame ol ball between the Clarke's
Tit Murphvahoro, iei the C'i.rl;s. .: j
ii lleville, was a ehecc gam.- and stood !
l'i to 10 in faVor of the Clerk j
You should not Uii to see that ex
lellent -Hear kiu Slioe" sold I y W
II lluters at the 'ti:;iii Shoe Mor'j
on P.road a ay. j
At a meeting of the I'iiir Iii pr-1
1'irs this alleriiooii a ino'ioii was c a - 1
-ied to rffer Itl'tei-ii dollars for lie
tr' premium ami .en dollars (or the
ciuid preiuiiim lor a sbooiina
liiatrh to be shot on the Fourth d iy
tif July, proided that n-d less tl;an
three gnn clubs of six members each
compete for the p?i?,..
A little sn :! (ieo. Hoiiek. of
loomtirild, uhile visitiug at ids uncle
ljuis lloui k' near this city, aecident.
y fell a.-ross a scythe on last Siiur
tlay and cut aa ugly gash diagonally
ticross hi areast ami ranging over the
brarL Hi wound is not ron.Idered
serious ami he was reported as rest
ing easy yesterday.
Cure vour corns bv Wcarini the
eha-ed a rare track harrow a id Ihe
track will be iu line condition lor the
F.iTirh of July rates.
Something i left in your pnre
if you trade at II mui.ii's shoe store.
The Cily Council will meet in
regular sc:on next Moudnv moru-
aud piles. I. lieu Miller, Druggist.
Ucv. Macrly prec!ied to a full
house at the (.erinan Methodist
Ch'irch last iiiyht nd bis ieriuon. we
:uiders:and, n a:i able ctfort.
The cise ot the city n".aint
tiertie I'ieher is bcin tr'rd in the
L'jomioii Pitas Court this aiu ruuou.
()neord derrr!ve it 'jx-rfec-ioti."
We refer to Ie Win's Wit. h
lazvl Saive, cures obstinate sores.
tirm. skin diseases and is a well
nou n cure for piles. 1. lien Miller
The snf,; blowers who blowed
;ieu the sates at Cha: ieston, Mailey
nid fior.lonvilli! h-.ve beeu captored
t:id are in j ail at Karimtigion. They j
ire also wanted in Arkansas fair
uurdcriug two men iu that S:alc.
If y. hi can alio! il to "00 anuojed
y sii:lc head.i'lie end constipation.
Ion'; use DeWilt's Little Karly lliscrs
.'or these little pills will cure them. I
:!eu Miller, Druggist.
IJoht. i isaell, bridge commission
H iw nice it woii! I . tt lire in t
old-faslii inn ! ii.-lyli'ioi h , 1 j, where
was thought heatlieiu-h to play
piano 011 Sun lay.
An Ati his n tjirl .vent to s fortuti
teller rycentlii who to!. I h -r th it sli
ivoiil.l mirry a certain pr.imitieut
Vtchisori m .;i within three m :::!!.;
I'lie i:iuic,.;it jjir nent t- the ymn
ma:i tliis in ir.ii.i-.' a a I a'. I him if ii
wis lik ! to tiu-ii oat to b-- true
.H 'iiis 1.1 til th
Dee.'irui.i 1 Day has b-co!iie a
Natiotia! day :i:n in every Mate in
the I'liioii the :i!t. of May is set
jap.ir: to pay ryspe.t and .o ,.,in.r to.
tl! ilea I heroes who gavi; tiieir liv-s '
on earth. I
cor.ltll!!X the !
i'-r v. ho fell !
fond .! p!ay:ii.
:o 1 1
i for the grand!! rniiutri
l o-d iv in all parts ol
the living patriots ire 1!
graves of the brave
All threshing ni.-eiii:ie i:iea r.n
earnestly n q'lr -'ed in ::n in .J.11 k
son :: .1 in.' mil. tor the purpose o!
j fixing the rates of threshing tiiis year.
I'.y order of committee.
John" si M.s';;.kv.
.I.hin L. S;i:::-r..:;ii,
K. P. M. I.a:.
The II ilc or :r:le,-l!oi9.
Seaator Voorh h i :ih:iii!te 1 to
the Sen-ite all r-timale iin-pared b;
ihe Troa-urv dr;: :r!:ntii -li;w i:i" the
probable r. vciiii- i-iiiii ihe priiitipal
-elic.lirs of the V.'i's.,:i tirrtl'liill. the
:imi: I. Hi. . mi.'. M: Kinh v law. 1.11
Ihe bi-i o." 1 :-i ye n's imp..r!ai!o;i.
Hi.) rstlma-e I feyeau.-- i:::dcr the
at.? i'iil rxcivd tli.t ot' ihe Wilson
bill. Iitii sho.vs a farii rcilncii.n: i'i-i
the r i":;. t hi 1 r I lit- 1 ::Vi!i' 1 1
Sew Lumber Yard.
James Grisham & Sons, nihiiu
1 tai lurers and dealers in all kiuds of
o ik and yrllow pine lumber, cypress,
iaihs an:! shutSos. Free delivery in
eity limits. L-uia lengths a specialty.
ir Is. curacr Good Hope aud
-;Tigg sirei is. inlo-Jm
ineit respectfully calls
0:1 the battle fields
c tintry. Here in
del. .:ditig thei: j A 1
f::iie (ilrardeaii 1 to
we always h ive a bi-f turn usit on
Deeoi'atioii Day and nt t lie eemrien
no panialitv is shown In tile dislril.u
Ke!i..y"s army will not leave S.
Loiii tin Friday and it will not reiich
thi- eity till next week.
Mis.-es Aiigu.ta and Hiilila Dorn
ami AugiiMa Keiupa. of !. l.Miii. are
the g,ieis of Mr. .i I Mrs. r. W
Putt. Tiiev v. ill remiiu he re lhroii"li
Completeness of sin k i:i veriety
a id iletti!. link 's !l liiiau coutideiit
.f his abiiiiy tu plea.- you.
We are informed Ih d trees and
rosebushes r.re being stole from
graves iu the old city cemetery. The
person w ho would ri b I lie dead in
this in inner is too mean to live ill a
civiiiz :d community.
He save twice who saves ipnet lv
mil any one can do that by trailing
i i;!i Hainan. Main street
r. was in me cily this morning, tic j tin f th flowers Unit are strewn
sine dow n to receive tho bridge on Upon the er vim. Th hiirb in rank
he liloonilK'ld gravel road at the and ihe priva'e whocarrie i the mn.-ket
'ape LaCr-ix creek. j and ihe rati. I je b .x are tr-.a'cd aiike.
1 nt iiennu 111 our peopie is so 1 1 .ie um i i ii:e niliiiDie mall are
li-tressing!y good j:it no-.v that the j honored the ani" as the r.shes of the
doctors and druggists are about to j ui ni w ho command.' I regiments.
-larve to death. brig-idea and armies. This
-De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cure. 1 s i iuld be. It
piles. DeWitl's Witch Hazel Salve j '-' Ameiican rilfccusbi,! U a
Hies burns. DciVilt's Witch Hani I ' ,! ".Mil lijht f.- the eves of :dl
'.mi aris 111 of ih- ilnties rc-doced
a 1 valorem rat is i:' given.
of proleclioit 11:: lei
Tin", arc as fol-
. 10 ia I;:
('lii 'iiieals Senate I'll!, it 40 per
rem: House. o;i: MeKinby, ill.
Metals and 111 lU'iiactures of Sen
ate bill, ..' sj pi r rent: Iloue, - 4.'.:
Sii ir;::: I manufactures -sien ite
Ihe attention of the public to the
m-iticr that I am now prepared to do
inv kind of work iu the lino of ex
1 ovation, ground work or stone work,
cither by contract or day work.
:ip.-.M-:!:ii. Ciiaki.es Dlcker.
Nouflirrn Facia eree.
Ail :.bont the South. Complete
desi iipii iti tfthc soils, climate, pro
ducts, ch-ap homes and everythin
you want lo know- about the (south
i!e:ai:i!'i:!ly illustrated. Issued month
ly and sen! free to all applicants by
il. Ii. "oscy. General Passenger Agent
M ii.il- .'. 'Ihio Ilailroad, Mobile, Ala
Ladies don't fail to call at tht
New Millinery and tn
siKjct tlie beautiful hats
and bonnets --the finest
and cheapest ever brought
to Cape Girafdeau.
First d:or south of Warren'B
. o l ! r c.'dl: lion .
-ialvc cures mres Di Wilt's Witch
laz 1 Salve cures ulcer. I. Ucli
John D. Wilson returned home
lister. Isv trnm i.liiiiili 1 when' he
ii itions to ;
in o:i with envv.
Alumni cr c.iiirotu K.ltool.
Ill response to iuviiaiions ent out
last week, n number of invited irti '.-Is
an.! Use gradnaliiig class ti" I.itiri.l:i
A 'r -i' iil. nr 1! p
.' i.iij per i e:it
v. ":1 '!.
M. Iv ;
lo.", l!.'. p r
lias tieci! ilu.-mg tile psst year attend-, ehoid attended a reception Mon.lai 1
iseal "km shoe sold at the u(.em Mice
Store" on Broadway b W. II. lluters
' In the game ol ball yesterdav be
tween I lie 7m waves, of this cily, and
the Jackson nine the score stood I 'i lo
1 1 in favor ot the Zouaves.
The Jacksou lawyers are all at
tending Ihe Common Pleas Court.
They are all members of Itar of the
Common Pleas Court aud with one
tr two exception" they occasionally
practice at our other bars.
The jury lor the present term of
the Common Pleas Court is com
posed ol good men from dilfcreut
parts ot the county.
The Board of Directors ot the
Cape Girdcau Building & Loan As
ociation had full meeting and loan
ed out over twenty-five hundred dol
lars laat night.
The late frotts htvo damaged the
growing coru and fanners say i I1.1t
corn planted last week and this week
Will do better than that planted three
or (onr weeks ago.
Born, May 28th, 2Jth, 180t, to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ossenkop, a
twelve pound boy. The race of con
tractors aud builders is not goiug to
Call at the -'Gem Shoe Store" on
Broadway and fee those lb indeer
skin shoes. W. II. lluter s proprietor
A good fit guaranteed.
At a meeting of the Board ol
Education held last night all tbe old
teachers of both the public schools
Tho Normal boys defeated the
Jackson niuo yesterday by a score ol
41 to 16.
There arc a large number of
cases on tho docket at the present
term ot the Common Pleas Court
that will be tried by jury aud it is uot
likely that the jury will bo discharg
ed this week.
The Floral Hall at the Fair
will be fitted up for a dance hill for
the Fourth of July and it will be free
for all who desire to dance. A good
baud will be furnished by the Fair
it is concecde. by everybody
t.rit this city has ihe lined court
house iu Southeast Missouri, but
rivTht now It is not showing up as it
sheiild. It should he niedy painted
nud that w ithout delay.
It h.-Ilev army should lciro to
stop here 011 its way down the river
it should be landed below tile cilv
1. tit we lite not hankering slier its
Dr. P.ittnn ha moved hNoflbc
to I. Ben Miller's drti'r store whec
he may be found at all linns.
Lawn tenuis shoes at Hainan's.
Several young ladies were bii-y
ill this forenoon at the court house
arranging the flowers for the decora
tiou ol Hie graves of soldiers who
gave their lives lor Ihe preservation
of the grand old I'liien.
Our cily marshal received a postal
card from the citv mardi I of Jack-
sou yestcrdav evening, w arning him
to look out for a gang ot cowsboys
w ho had planned to visit I his city
last night to paint the town red. Our
city marshal had a lull force of police
oil duty but tho cowboys failed to
There is some talk among the
buoiuess meu ot our cily of organiz
ing a stock company lor the purpose
of building a base ball park. Suitable
grounds could be had thai Would be
easy of access. The Cape could sup
port a good club, aud one, too, that
could enter iuto or maintain a contcat.
Nearly every city ot this size has a
good base ball team and We don't see
Whv the Cape can't have ouc too.
Died, in Ibis city. Tuesday, May
'9th, 1K4. Theresa Haas, wife of
Anton Haas, aged hi years, 6 months
and '27 days. The deceased bad been
ill poor health for several years. She
was a good woman, a kind and affec
tionate mother and a consistent and
devoted member of the Catholic
Church. The bereaved family has
the sympathy of a large circle of
The attractions at the Fair on the
Fourth ot July will be varied enough
to interest and please evervbodv.
ing the law dcporiiiii'lll id the State
Iiid"e .la. F. Caldwell is think
ing of ruunbm for lie- "linnf I'li sj,:
iig.lu.lge of the County Court. .Indoe
Crild.icll is a good man. but for ti-nt
o lice there is a ...mi already v.i the
night uivea by the -Alumni" a I il.e
resideiie of Ihe Mies Vigie Moni
nn ! Coiv. Miller ia honor of Iht
aradiialim; class ol j. Iiite ail en
joyable liiit.r was In. I by all pri--:i:
an t the occ.i-ion will Ion r be remem
bered as one w in-real hospitality in
i's bl'.i.i.lest sense wa? most liee'v
I.illic vegetable health prodm ei -: J s'1"''1 diei .. wit, humor ami
DeWilt's Little l':'t l.v l.i-rrs i-me . V Ul.o bubbled freely as water from
.H ilarious di-orders and 1' eidale the ! a -o.-in" I rom 1 i-dit unlit tw. 'ir
lot I. ihe lime was passed with con
:.!.s a j 1
toina.-b and bowels, which prevenis
headache e.ud dizziness. . Pen Miller.
The rouiiiig cf tl!" Arclibisiiip
caused a change in the program 01
St. Vineeul'.s Academy from Monday.
June l.-tth, !) o'clock a. 111., to Wednes
day, lilih, 7 p. 1:1.
Sam Williams, the bnrdw are
dealer of Jackson, is in the city to
la v. Mr. Williams is a su.-eessful '
btisiues man and a lirst-clttsj gcntlc
Is-'iioranre of the merits ol De i
u ill s I. ml.- r.-ulv I.isers is a mis
fortune. These little pills regulate
the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia.
bad breath, constipation .Hid billiuKs
iiess. I. Iteu Miller. Dni','"ist.
The school trustees of the school
district south of this citv have co:i-
lii.icd to build a (rood brick school
house to take the p!a-e of the old log
building known as the Jones School
All that honesty, experience and
skill can do to produce a perfect pill
has been employed ih making De
Wilt's Little Karly liters. The re.-ull
is a spec'uic lor sick headache, hillioits
ucss and constipation. I. lieu Miller.
V. V,. Palinon. 1! !.. will deliver
a lecture on his travels broiiult Italy
on Thursday evening. June 7ih. ai
o'clock at the Opera lioii-.j hill::
Ed JudeU returned bom-' from ;
West Plains yesterday where be bed j .".lil.tl iiau.-s
been lo help nominate Marshal Armrld si ipi'iug v ilis
vrrsisibui, music and games. ,
twelve the n:'si v.er;. bidden to
sup!!-.' and to SUV that the supper
was pr. f."'t seems but a poor ex
pression of the iuipiessjnii that we
received upon vie.vin the heavily
laden table decorated with the
choicest flowers. During supper there
were several toa-ts and response,
most promintt mmoi: which wer. i
The Graduates ot'lll."' response by
l.'iehard Smith 1 Valedicioriaii.i -The
A uuiiii." response by Misi Cynthia
Simons. -The '1 eacuers, response by
IVot. J. s. (.lolib. The happy revellers
remained until the wee small hours,
and happy, yet regretful, retired.
wishing uecc.ss to the 'Alumni" and i
that the path ol life mav prove as
smooth lo Hie honored graduates of
'111 as their li.-t social vi iilurc v as
enjoyable. A Gi Ksr.
.H liveable Dwi.Iliajr.
Tha Eiflel tower, built wh illy of
mi'ial. is au example, ail 1 a goad ex
ample, of a step iu the direcliou which
archiieeis will be driven t fo!H.v in
tiie lilt u.-e. I He great railway stations,
exhibition buildings and other truct
ires ot steel, concrete, paper and
g i". which the need and inventions
..!' ..iir day have called into c.xiteiiee.
show which way t'oi--s the stream ol
tea leiiey. The new building material
h i. coaie to !... ill another century
lioiisoiniyii.it nurcly be built with
sice! j-rr l 'i'.;' tll -y may ba made of
bailed together, and
VS'liri 1: SEJC-nillMIIOn'?
;)::e d ." -aid J.iv Co d;.'.
! 1 v.a. piu:i:i ' 1. ovcrnuic'it b 1:
:i t!i" mirl.ei. I v. i .'-.-.itlv a;:
j '' the clerks tellii:;. me that
! .vi. a:: ol 1 1.1 n i:! th - o."':... wle
1 would do no b.t-iae-s wiih Ihem aiol
j aiu-t se.'iii '. T 1 -e; iidof him I
J 1V1 11' out. Said he:
-Mr. Cooke. I hive go! !?k.w ! in
1 c n't do !n thin.;
1: v. !i; r.- I five, the;
eroe.'rs' checks am:
b 11 money, b-i' I an
! I th'.:i' I will in
..S- Ot it. Will V.ll:
inor it ihi -i
rol 1 ia il i-.-.
iih i. ':i ill" 1
.'ii.'li'.ii 1 b.
'.."lied il ! il:
. I s tin?
11 if ! lo.it, II itliMl Is', ,. ,
ipier imiche. Thin
lor Congress. Mr. Jitden says il:at!l!i; .ii-.ii
Mr. Arnold is stronger iu Ihe w ester: ! una i'i 1
part of the District then any other 1 f iciinvi- I wid hire a site to set it
11 ill 1 -,; -
right. I am palling all I have i
.vorld into them."
"Alter further conversation
ill. in com lii.ii'.! to lake them.
' bat deuomin.'sti on w ill y:u have
them ia'r' I a-ked.
'i'liis was loo niueli for the man
j lb; had never h":ird that word 1111
in connecli on niih business. I!,
seralehed his head and said:
"-Vou may give me .VM.I in Olo
School Prcsbyte;-:H 1. to please liie oh'
.von. mi. but I a il! lal.'J Ihe hell of ii
All English girl traveling v.iihou!
her mother or old friend may be sate,
out sin; is .ooke l at a little askain i
by weil-bred people, as I have con
stantly noticed. Why? Because i
is assumed that, having bad the Usual
English education, she ii l illirr 110:
;it lo t ike entile 1 -barge of herself, or
it is too lute to matter.
An A ai 'rie 111 girl trar.ling alo n
is nol lou:.ed at n-k.-nie": people i:e:y
not ijii'ne kn.r.v why. bat they rucog
ui the custom of the country. Tin
until is. in America, were education
like mot other tiling."', is ahead of u.
gins arj cap icie 01 taKing care oi
themselrr's, and they habitually do so
take care. In most jfirU' -chools. so
f-i-n'ite on lae
! are cured. Sulphur Bittcre will
.ire the worst case of skiu disease
t'L.o a r ouiaiou pimple on the lace to
that a.v fal diseae scrofula, it is the
best medicine to use ia all cases of
.ilea stubborn and deep-seated dis
ease. Do not delay; use Sulphur
!. liter an t onve the humor from
S:i:ic-or H.:ib an Cairo Khrt Line,
Commencing Saturday, May 9, the
..'i.iro Shorl Line. St. Louis .1- Padu
:.ii ii'y., will sell tickets to aud from
ill stntions 011 Saturday nights and
Sunday mornings at a rale f one fare
i for the round trip, limited good lor
j ret 111 a passage the following Monday
I fear . . r.
John I. Miller is sole agent for this
"are and famous article. Twenty
eats a drink two dollars per bottle
! Yon lake Rllzzar.!T
If not. why do you remain in the
North when you can go South and
avoid ihe biizz.-u ds and live with more
omlort. You can lie out In the sun
shine all the time and have green
vegi tables In. 111 jour garden every
lay ill l! e winter. Fuel costs nolh
'iig. Il c sts less lo live and there is
nore plea.--are ill living every mouth
if I !: year along the line of the Mo-
u.l Ohio Ilailroad than in the
. Lain! . are vei v cheap. Now
lime to investigate. Write to
Pose- .General Passenger Agent.
MMIMSTfATKIV y.riH K-N..!ir. is
a ii -;.-I't -.vs,. t::t I'-I:.t ol a t.iHi-ittmti.'n
i;-...!h.. ..-1:K-..r A t..lt!i i ca-'-r, .ii..-,-a.i-l .
.il.i-li-s- i ITT, it t.i I!. n.I..-r-iric: by Ihr
!.-rS.il llisl (iir-r-le.sii I'oait nf l.mniun
.'l -s ii la;.- irnrl.-un remily, Min.o.ai,
ical i'. I'll. 'In- il-tli 'lay .l Mav. I!-
All I' -r.- : liavi k rl.iiai. aaet sn'l r-ta'r
rr r-iicr.-"! I i i'xhiliil tin-Hi In I:er for allovi
1 o-.. union e-.r vral Ifom ll' .late of .tti'i lel-.-7.
or IM.-y i.y ii.-i.ri.rlu.is ir.in iii.r Iwni it
I siimIi .-sin's: a:oi il sftiti riailns lie lie. rxliib
;il williii. two years lr.in tlie ilale of thi t.al.
ical.o.i of tills uulii-e Ile-V will lie f..nv.-r liar
P"l. rltrioriulKIl VKAliKII.
. intisisi iMTi'i:'
- a- hi-r-liy o... licit I. -to
NOTH'E Snt'rc it
tii n th.. -liey i.r r-..o.risa l.t-rstsrlr. lr--.-a-i-'l.
l.-v- h-s-ii ia-,1. a 11. Hi. iiirlcrs! trust
. : In- clef-, of lie- l -i:. lii-;,i Ii-ali (..art ol
i.nini ..i 1 lr:isof I n.c li-rfir.li-aii coicttv. Min--"iiri,
lii-nrin inii. Hn initi ilny of s.i f.tnitljer,
.' Ii ti-ise-.i . liasiir rl-lms at.iiiRt Faiil rotate
ir- r..t:er: -l Ii.i-x'mI.ii tin-in lo him fr allow
i.r.. Mili: 1 11: - y.-rr Tiiii t'10 .late prsaiaivt
t -r- or :h: in"j !.: r-rli! tt irom ar y iteni-Ht
u:ll f-.iatc; at.-1 it .:.iil claims Im i:ot iTllib-i-i"l
u illii.i Iti'i ji-hTs Ir.en Ihe .lr.tc or th puli
lir itio-jol tin- 1. .oi. ihev w ill I e for -rrr liar
r l. Wli.l.lAM H. IiiiIIVE:.
FIXE TIXTIXG AND PAPER HANGING,
SlfllT PAIlTTIITGOr ALL KINDS.
X. W. Corner Main a i B roa way.
Cape O-ir3.rd.ea.1rL, - 2vo
BRUNE & BODE
Carriage and Wagon
ataSl adat3 Saatal "3 arS-Sgj Pip! , ,K'
Shop 011 Broadway three doors west 1 1
Carriages and wagons painted in any
style desired and work ffuaranteed as good
in durability and finish as such work caw
be done in any city.
IS NOW IN OPERATION
Farmers save your cream for us.
Come and see our Plant. We arc pre
mised to furnish lirst-class butter to th-
jStarid by h Roiie Iq$titutioit
insu that coul.l lie ini'iillialeii. I!f
Was nniiiinated by accla ualiiui.
The (ircsent cool spell of weather
is s considerable draw back to the
nialon crop, as that crop ncciis warm
weatber anil gentle showers, but the
wheat crop will tlcvclop well this kiuil
The cool weather kept a great
many people away from Wilier' Gar
den last night, but there was a fnir
crowil seen the nreseiitation of "Siilr
Desiile the races there will be a T. . n. - .- 1
Iraekeil nr A li.iitrAail Tmnm - . 4eli
shooting match between three crack ,.., . r,, . , ., .
. mem'jer of tho company aetea their
gun citios, races iv ttic v ice men, ' , ,, . ,, ,
0 nart excaetltntrlv well anil l r t nlson
foot races, etc. Dou'l think that be- ' i,.i ,. -.. 1 .1 .
, . , , as Alphuiizo auUcrbiiilt. the tramp.
cause the rair will last onlv one day 1 .,.., ....... . ,
. , .. - kept the audience in an uproar from
that there will be nothing there. It ..,, u: -. . . r
. 1 ". s. mo vaii. .Oil KCtUIIIll Ol
will be oue big interesting tlnv. .., ..,l.. r. .. .
0 j the cool weathcrsiio further auuounce-
- ment was mii-le but due notice will
thi-iishav. jt given of their uevt performance.
It don't cost imii h mouey to get ; We roulil not improve the rjua.'ity
I am inforine l, tle re are plivsnjlol.-ai
leu: v. ill return. A classes held for the girls in the nriiu
I: rise Irom a 111n.uu-1 r.'spoiKibililips pertaining to phvsii al
lile. When the girl is about 1 1 or lo.
the parent is applied to. "Dd you
wish your il iitoliler to ! ti?ut t!i"se
c'asses this teriu'r"' The mother
replies. - Ye.- or slic replies -!ii. mi
my d iiigiitcr is young fur ht-r ni.'c:
I prefer tu put it olf lor a year or tun
years."" I du not s:iy that these elnss.es
are always a.Ie itaie. but I say tlicv
(they are a safeguanl an I a prepara-
"pun. When he moves from oue
place to another In: will take his home
with hi 111. I'.nil.iiiig leases will die a
natural death. Towns will wander
about, aud a gn'-il many curious re
sults will arise. Boston Transcript.
The new Catholic church at Orau
was ueiucaieii v euuesuay, auii a large j .;,,. tll.. ,,rici,.t is whole-tune and
crowd was iu atlemhnce from all j rolso,lable. au-.l' the girl receives ai
pirtsuf the county and ueighl.oriug j lua B ,xrlltiu ,,vimn , kuowledge
towns. M.iny atten.leded for the jof lh,. worM ia 3. . i.i. o--u
ptlrpose of talking politics and candi-! ,,, h.J30MW in vji. wSiiei. eu-.bies
dates were therein great profusion, j llL,r , fuea.,ail! a vMM Vlh,.u it
There was plenty of refreshments on j COUK ,.,, ,,lv,. blT frol, nt m)y
the grounds, but the hotels and j rjl0 blundering into niiu.-VJ-rdstaurauU
were liberally patronized. icerjH Cent my.
The church building is a frame 1 .
structure, but it does credit to the 1 oiice.
town of Oran. j II. Steiiibach desires to iuforiu his
The weather in ths early part of i custouurs that he has the
thed.iy was iiii-nrli.H threatbeniiig 1 right tor nnmif-ir luring the (,'ork !
ISTo. 40 AIAIN STREET,
CAPE GIRAEDEAU, MO,
AND DEALER 1"S" ALL KIKDS OF
Rawing mi Jaokiug fohecot aa4
1 - ' " -: ' '" l . itri-x-
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEEF
I V. KPEDIGEU. Pres.
r". W. KEUEHHACHElt, Vice Pres.
A. J. LA SO, Scc"v.
II. P. I'EIIIOMNET, Treas.
Association aud tbe Directors of the 1 married but to get a divorce requires if paid double the price. DcWitiV aU(1 h" , ,u m,riiace of being ' Faced Collar in the loil.nviug counties: BrOOkS & Oli.nn
Association w, do .everything in .wad. ttt oi- but the great Sc-t, 1 linger. Stoddard, Perry am, L-v , p " . " eT J
meir power to mahe me oaj an ciiildrcus sliiipers at co-t at moiicv can buv.
sjoyabla wa (vr uvoiybwiJy. i Uiu-ui' alture (lotv. Ul.
L Uon Miller, Drug- crowd- that came seemed to heed not Cape Girardeau. Call aud examine!
1 tUc iuclemeucy of tlic weatLtr.
I Uis uuw pateut collar.
COUPLETS AB..T2A-TS OF TITLE
F. W. FEUEKBAflSR.
A. J. LANG.
H. P; I'lEIlOET,
..Ja.; i-Awl. -J
PaQTEQT YQUR EtES.
'yS"-Cti 7h -ii.kroa r.rt Kr-.rt erm e 14 suxh t--
itvv r i.7 . . ." aoiKiiuwa wm
eS -7: fck.Sr -' . . iniuini .:'n-ViPanFail
"Wf BESl 1.1 THE lr.iri -
ihsse lilafts.4aa-t. th'-! s.. n
trotm:. nil ma If in p-aclM. awl mry natr MrKhaarU an
,-ia-ai.rsiil. -..iti-l at any timn a chnni,. 1 nrmaarr (re
r..s::cr hew si-ralr'K-! llir ienrni). tiier niii lalutah lb Marti
Ii ai:o-r (.airof IIi.is,. rrr-or ffiarire
.. '; " lull aasortinent. aiidlnTficaanwIir
-l.-h in inl.sr.T tln-1-isj.lvea of tb irrrst anprrlortr el thaw.
i:la. rr.nn any aud all olliers i.if iu One. to rail and ax.
auinc u e u at xrm. H. COEUVtR'S
Sole Aacat for Cai IjirarOe&d, Ho.
Bsne Gtaaiar nntwM niamped 5laii-4-B.aaia;t.afle-
'u rLiiDlsus scrrLiKD.
Importers of and Icalers la FOKEIGS and DOMESTIC j
WHISKIES A1TD 'WINES'
Xo. 203 Upper First Street,' .:t