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The Democrats are now feeling as
the Republicans felt two years ajo
Congressman Arnold carried his own
county but with a greatly reduced ma
jority. . -
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-WILL HEAD FOR THE-
And the whole State of Missouri has
Bopped over to the Republican Bide.
Grand old Missouri. , , .
The Republicans will have a major
ity of ninety-four in the nest Congress
sure and probably more.
Bollinger county is now Republican
and land in that county is worth five
dollars more per aero than it was a
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TREMENDOUS' ' &n TRACTIONS
Poor oi l cVrhoud.
Poor old rra-h M,;Gu:n-
Whcre is your Xiiiicy Jane?
Tclce a look nt our roosters.
It vras a enmnaisn of education.
We met' the enemy and he is ours.
the Democrat's tow line
Bast will remain on his
The Republicans of Illinois have
sleeted twenty-one of the twenty-two
Congressmen. . Poor old Altgeld and
the Anarchists too. : 7
I he Republican plurality in this
county is larger than wa expected.
It is a surprise to the Republicans a
well as the Democrats.
The election is over, tha country is
saved, and now we can all go to work
fcelin.? that we have performed our
duties well and faithfully.
N. A. Moslcy. licpujilk-an candidate
lor congress, earned ilowell and But
ler, two of the heretofore) strongest
Democratic counties in the Fourteenth
District . 1
Christ Betten had no
for the Union and New
voted straight and they
The Louisiana tramp bled the Demo
Peter Lehner will collect taxes for
two years more.
Judge Sawyer will
us in the Legislature.
The cry of bossim, incorporated
ring rule and printing office stock did
not frighten the voters. They under
9100a. iney Knew it was campaign
thunder. They sawed wood and said
nothing till election day and then they
stepped up to the polls and voted the
The Effect of lrfeat.
What's the matter with "Repoobli
canlsm" in this county.
C. F. Betten will take charge of the
.Circuit Clerk's office.
.'Henry English, like E. W. Russell,
made one race too many.
The father of free trade is a goner.
Hurrah for West "Virginia.
The Democrats are good 'fellows but
there are only a few of them.
Judge Koehler will continue to take
care of the Probate Records.
Alexander county, Illinois, went Re
publican by five hundred majority.
Jndson Randol will attend to the
courts as Sheriff two years longer.
William Past will keep the County
Court straight for four years to come.
The thousands of idle laboring men
had time to go to the polls and vote.
Pay up your elelection bets, boys,
and don't make fools of younel-es
Their names are Dennis in fact they
are a whole family of Dennises in this
Mosley has snowed Arnold under in
this county with more than six hun
The ery of ring rule and bosslsm
didn't frighten the intelligent voters.
It was a false alarm.
It took a longtime to get Henry
English out of the Democratic en
trenchment, but the time came.
We told you so. As goes the Dem
ocrat so goes Cape Girardeau and
as Cape Girardeau so goes the county.
Theodore Sachse is elected Associate
Judge in District No. L His majority
Over Grove Wills, Democratic candi
date is something over 158 vote. Dis
trict No. 1 has always been Democratic.
Two men recently bugan the publica
tlon of a Populist newspaper at Pop
lar Bluff. They got some money in
advance on subscription and adver
tising and then jumped the town leav
ing two hotel keepers holding the bag
for two weeks' board. Serves them
right They bad no business monkey
icg with strangers. Collect board in
advance from strangers should be the
motto of hotel keepers.
Husband "It's a terrible blow."
Wife "Yes, dear, but the Lord
knows what is best"
' Election Day.
Election day. Oh, how these two
simple, easily spoken little words ring
in the ears of many. It means fame
and joyfulness for some and sorrow
and empty pockets for many others.
The sun rose bright and clear, throw
ing its brilliant rays upon joyful and
hopefu hearts, but as it ascended high
in the heavens gloomy became the
faces of many who only a few hours
before were bright and smiling with
Now the sun is slowly sinking in the
west and , the shadow of darkness fast
falling upon the scene. The faces that
were gloomy are becoming darker and
long. The anticipated expression that
was there has disappeared, and with
slow, weary stepa they are wending
their way along the road that will be
well traveled by silent, but still hope
ful Democratic, candidates. Oh, what
a pitiful scene. With bowed heads and
sorrowful hearts these poor ambitious
Democrats trod alongtrylng to get be-
yong the sound 01 those two simple
little words, election day.
- The ReaalU
Democratic candidate with their bag
gage bound for the . wharf to take
passage for the upper extreme ties of
Salt River where they will endeavor
to console each other.
. Aa Vadernood Fact.
When a customer buys a suit or
any kind of garment from me made to
order it will be made according to his
instructions and made to fit in every
way. If at any time .there should b
a deficiency in the goods or fit of gar
ment it will be gratiously corrected,
and customer made to feel comfortable
instead of disappointed as many peo
ple make tapm. -Yon are solicited to
call and sne my immense line of
samples. Am sire I can please you
as t'te clothing business is a specialty
of mine. J. T. Batts.
Unbounded and undoubted Posnive Bargains.
Big Bargains for you in every department. ,No other concern gives the people such
values as we give. You are always sure of getting what you want, and that at
The Biggest Stock, the Freshest Stock, the -Best Stock of
) rf ti
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Ever Shown at Popular Prices.
Dry Goods. 0u-Dry cfJis p?'
latest designs in dress goods of both home and foreign
manufacture. We carry everything i ri" "serges plain
and fancy. If you will take the time to visit this de-
partment you will certainly be surprised at the large va
riety and at the exceedingly low prices. We not only
have the dress goods, but all the latest styles in trim
mings to match anything you may select. Should you
desire a silk dress, we have the largest line of silks ever
brought to this section. To those who cannot visit us
we will be glad to send samples and prices.
BOOTS & SHOES. This' line, comprises
everything from the cheapest to the finest hand made
goods, for men, women and children. We handle a full
line of the celebrated Giesecke & Priesmeyer goods:
which are second to none. Every pair warranted.
CARPETS. We can give you anything from a
home made rag carpet to a Wiltoii velvet. We also car
ry a full line of Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Matting, and in
Rugs our stock is superb. A full line of Lace Curtains,
In this line we are
second to none in South -
Chenile'and Silk Damask portiers.
h Gents' Furnishing Goods.
J east Missouri.
Tl "1 T"f Q Anything that can be found in the
t St.' Louis or Chicago market which is
or is not strictly up to snuff we have it.
NECKWEAR.' When we say we carry as large
a line of ties as any three stores in town, we have said
enough. We sell you a 50 cent tie for 25 cents, and
you'll say so yourself. ,
HATS. I" this l'ne we have a standing order to
always ship us the latest blocks as soon as they are out,
so you are sure 'to find what you want. Our $1.25 hat
is equal to any 1. 7 5 hat in town.
Our line is complete in any-
m square or round cut
short cut, stitched or bound,
in anvthinp vou want and at vour own price. Our stock
also embraces a superb line of Boys' and Children's Suits.
(sacks, cutaways in long or
Notice is hereby given to all persons
indebted to the city of Cape Girardeau
for (axes, that the tax books are now
in my possession, and the taxes there
on due, and I will be in attendance at
my offioe fn the court house during
each day of the week from 0 o'clock a.
m. to 4 o'clock p. m. to collect the
same until the first day (of January,
1895, and further, that unless said
taxes are fully paid before the first
Mormon Farms. ' .
Wherever the Mormons live you will
find small, well-tilled farms. Brigham
Young was one of the wisest as well as
one of the greatest men of this coun
try. No ono can visit Utah intelli
gently without observing proofs of his
great wisdom and farsightedness,
which have lapped over into Idaho
and Colorado. He preached the gos
pel of irrigation, small farms and di
versified farming as the most profita
day of January 1895, they shall be- ble and people have long realized the
come delinquent and bear interest at : value of his words. The day of bonaza
the rate of one per cent per month for t arming is closing. The people of the
each and every month they remain un-, Northwest have discovered to their
paid, arter they become delinquent; : 8om)W the folly of carrying all their
and their collection will be enforced: . , , , , . .k..
by suit to enforce the Uen on real es-:e ln onb" a tbon"f
tate as provided by law, and the seis- farmer with 10,000 acres in wheat Is
ure and sale of personal property as is the Ancient Mariner of agriculture.
provided by ordinance. : wheat at 20 cents a bushel, with flour
Cape Girardeac. Mo., Oct 25, 1894.
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The latest and best selected
Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Carpets, Oil Cloths,!
Hats and Furnishing Goods, bought at greatly reduced
at 12.40 a barrel, is worthless to him,
even when it harvests thirty bushels to
the acre. It costs more than that to
II o 4-o Onr Hat Dgpeitawut brim
IJOW, fmll of the UiM rle at
In'i, BoTi" sad CbUdna'l Em.
rnee ue tawrn. -
Ml ChUdree't thoim, )m rfylf., bwt
. god st the very loir tut priee.
raise it. Chicago Record.
north of Bufflngton, on Monday, Octo-' ... ,a
ber 15th, two maremules 12 or 14 year. : Stoll would rwpectfully re-
m . iiKt with 1 mind his customers and the public gen-
saddle or harness marks and having er' ttat he,h" J" U
a i.- , i i. fri.. assortment of samples of goods for
other a dark brown, shod all around, Piemen the fall and win-
scarred on both fore legs, having quite 8eason- The mples include all
long hind hoofs, having hip swinney Uteet ot ?ood- He can, he
left hip and limping some when -f' -
pushed out of a walk. u"f, ,or ll um"u, UW"B" ' u"
Ten dollans reward will be paid to cordin to uli r goods. He Ukes
... r..rti. tMno- nn H hMlnr measurements and makes the goods
uneand informing the undersigned P Mmself and he therefore guarantees
owner. Makiom Haepek, n? ' , .
novl. Boffington, Mo. :
" 1 Summer Colds.
Under th heading of which belong
Hay Catarrh, Nose Catarrh, Hay
The Place to Bar
Oh, say, mister.
Something: Good. .
don't you know I
that you . are standing in your own
light by not buying your oysters and
game fish at Scott's Lightning Res-1
taurant. If you don't know how to
fix your fine fish for your table he will
prepare it for the oven, all to do then
will be to put it in the stove and bake
same with instructions attached to
order. Now try me one time and see
for yourself. I am Scott, the new
reliable restaurant man. Customers
and visitors I will please your ap
petite. It makes no difference where
you come from or who you may "be, I
will give you a fine meal for your
money and satisfaction guaranteed or
no charges if you know how and what
to order. M. A Scott, Cook.
That most dreaded summer com
plaint occuricg mostly among children
from six months to three years of age,
qnickly cured by the use of
Humphreys' -Specific 4 and . For
sale by all druggists, 23 cents each.
Asthma and Hay Fever, are positively
cured by Humphreys' Specific '77."
For sale by all druggists., or sent pre
paid upon receipt of price, 25c Ad
FOR RETT One hindMine parlor
beep, aeqalrasttklsofltee. sls-St
FOB SALE Two lMKbctoTt la good eoedl
tlon.. Dote h.T bee ami end h.T. pTen
MtitftMtioe. For further l.forni.itoe sppljst
IOS f BcCwem Ope GTtrdev ted Gordoo
TiUe, i)k w'nelia with fold bead! aaarf
rris. with aaa; K. GnJn eoimved oe handle.
FiBder will be fiberaliy rewarded bv raaaniof
ambrrlla to J A. inr.k. Cap. titrardsca. Ma.
er to toe DturcitAr oihee.
' WAXTK3. - A rood uInihu far Spndettr
line ( eoflTsaa tow. aod tcmatrj trad ea aaa
o tb. road. A party with prwioua tmrltN
prcfrr-d. Bstanmce required. Adunsaa V,
dare uaiif DajiocaAi.
f r S14 and S Gecalne Cefr:a P'"a
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8at aonrelT aaJed enr-i'-t cf Ad-
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Marlunir Urea end ekat
iecorvwco.1 . line ef UnnU
CaUsod aee for
la table damaek, table arte, aavkiaa and
Oeilra aad ebeaule eoveia.
Dress Goods. WVT&
f Dim Goedaeveroptaed apla wrailt
Uae of Paeaemeatair ie ail wkttbs and
aeadea to ntatch toe geeda.
r m of o Kewatoekef Rnawl,
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beaattral aatteraa. Ceil jid aee Xmui
Cblaeac and Jao-.
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wivur. rul Hue ef laian-j 5
lonf Ofaka eil ahadea. Lateat ''
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Lareo ad " tlrnt
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eoaaiatine of Moires, Silka, 8u aud
HEAD-QUARTERS FOR Men's, Boys
and Children's CLOTHING. Latest stvles. . best
fitting and lowest prices.
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trrra h'S tint fat kir soli-tom ot.l(1DI-hl r' n
tsun and l.f-.iaaaee lbnt bitm tre iim in.
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ft ruud. o t any tlnva a tf tr I. n.tn ?se
rittter eow nr. t liwi, U- fu.-r.r.-tt ta B rfir
w.ih a oerr ptirof r-r of cii.rse.
W. H. lotrer uiila.l wor.Si tnj (T-Tite U be
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