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PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL.
The recent reduction in price of
aluminium has called renewed atten
tion to the possibilities of the use of
aluminium-bronze castings for pur
poses in which the strength of forged
t,teel without its liability to corrosion
are essential. Its price should now be
not much above that of ordinary gun
Every good cook is careful to dis
pose at once of the water in which
meat has been washed. Only a very
few hours are necessary to change it
into a foul-smelling liquid if the tem
perature is suitable. This change is
due to a little plant called bacterium
termo. A drop of this putrid material
under the microscope reveals many
thousands of them, acting under a pecu
liar vibratile motion.
Queen Victoria speaks ten lan
guages fluently. The queen's grand-daughter-in-law,
the German empress,
is also clever as a linguist. She sur
prised her guests at a recent court en
tertainment by talking Norwegian to
one of them who came fro::, that coun
try. She plays the violin very well,
and when she and her husband manage
to get a quiet evening together, they
generally devote it to music.
"I have read somewhere," said an
early riser, "that we don't cat hash as
much as we did, and I have no doubt
that is true, but we must still eat some,
for I bear occasionally, as I take my
morning .stroll, issuing out of base
ment windows the familiar sound of
the chopping knife a sound, I will
add. not unpleasant to me, for while
hash may not be an extremely fashion
able dish, I am free to say that good
hash I like." X. Y. Sun.
Dvorak's negro symphony, which
is made up of negro melodies and which
he wrote while .rusticating last sum
mer at the little ISoheraian settlement
at Spillville, la., has leen enthusias
tically received in London. Tin; great
composer says that in all that relates
to melody and to temperament the ne
groes are natural musicians, but that
it will take many generations of cul
ture to develop their intellects to the
point of appreciating the higher and
larger forms of music.
Daniel Webster once sat for his
portrait to the late G. I. A. Ilealy and
the senator's remark when he surveyed
the completed picture became one of
the artist's favorite anecdotes in after
years. "I think." said Webster, as he
looked nt his counterfeit presentment,
"that is a face I have often shaved."
Ilealy found Andrew Jackson a disa
greeable and unwilling "subject,' and
he compensated hyiself by painting
Old Hickory with absolute fidelity to
nature, not glossing a single defect.
The portrait gives Jackson an ugly,
savage and pallid face.
Sometimes a man who wants to
stop a street ear snaps his fingers at
the driver or the gripman. It seems
: though the gripman would be ex
:if perated by that, but he doesn't ap
pear to be. Some people lift a hand
high in the air and hold it there, and
some people wave an umbrella or a
cane; but the great majority of people
have discovered thut for all ra-netieal
purposes in stopping a ear a toothpick j
is as good as a lence rail. All that is
necessary is to catch the driver's eye.
It isn't necessary to shove a house on
the track in front of him.
'A LITTLE NONSENSE."
The childish miss resents a kiss
ind runs the other way; but when at
last so;:if years have passed, it's differ
ent, they say.
llc.w 'o;h llie little summer crirl
Hmnluy with treat (iispiiii'h
Each moment of tiie passing hours
To ni-l;e another e::teh.
t'hieago Inter Ocean.
".My dear." said a fond wife, "wher
we were engaged I alwcys slept with
your last letter under my pillow."
"And I," murmured her husband. "I
iften went to sleep over your letters."
An Kdged Temper. O" Kief "How
did J Sill contract that terrible habit of
swearing." McICU "He shaves him
self, ami his wife has corns, and there
is only one razor in the house."
Overheard in the Chicken Yard.
''I don't see. Chickabiddy," said the
bantam, "why you stand up for that
pring chicken. He's awfully tough.
You're not his mother." "Xo, but he's
ne of my set," said Chickabiddy.
l!eautics of Advertising. Fair Vis
itor "So you have really decided not
so sell your house?"' Fair Host "Yes.
ITou see, we placed the matter in tha
lands of a real estate agent. After
eading his lovely advertisement of our
ropertj, neither John nor myself
lould think of parting with such a
vonderful and perfect home." Pitts
During the rehearsals of "Romeo
ind Juliet" at the London Lyceum,
lira. Stirling, who is the most venera
ble of actresses, took occasion to re
nark that the nurse was not necessari
ly old, that she should be represented
is middle-aged, etc., and she appealed
Mr. Irving. "My dear Mrs. Stir
ling," said the manager, with delicate
tatire, "you may make the nurse just
is youthful as you can."
Ferocity. Spatts "I tell you,
IVally Weams is a perfect demon when
he is awoused!" Sapsmith "Iwantah.
know!" "Yaas, bah Jawve. he is! The
Dthah night he came home unexpected
ly and caught Algy Spoonah kissing
bis wife, and flew at him like a tigah.
tie 8twuek Algy in the month with his
glove thwee times, bwoke his umbwel
laandcwied that he hoped to goodness
tt would wain weal hahd as he was go
ing home!" "My stahrs!" Truth.
' A well known professor of archeol
ogy at Harvard was recently talking
with a junior about the wonders of this
wonderful land. "I wish you could
see our town of Pokerville, professor,"
said the youngster; "it is a most inter
esting town only twenty years old
and with fifty thousand inhabitants."
"Ah yes very interesting, no doubt,"
.replied the professor, dryly; "but,
strange as it may seem, I should my
self prefer a town fifty thousand year
old and with twenty inhabitant."
W. MURDOCH LIND.
i A 0.
dar - ling, Down be
sweet-heart, For full
pict - ured you.
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'" s s ; j . t j t it.
ry i n I J I f 1 I n r j I a .. i ZZI l t LC 'jt
seem'd to me an
down be - side the
G. W. TRAVIS,
THE t DENTIST.
Practices dentistry io all its
branches. KXn reasonable. All
work done Id the best manner and ,
D H-. l .11 ,,
fraaranieeu. o extra charges
after the work is completed
REFERENCE: To the people whom I have i
lived among and practiced forover twentv-three I
yearn. Office at the old stand in the koduey
founding. J j
Cor. Main and Brnadwav
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest Improved Roller Process.
Having adopted the Kller Procei.E, we ar6
now prepared to make floor of the finest grades.
A trial or onr liolli-r Process i'lonr will con
vince yon that it is the best Flour mede. Give
os a trial.
STEIN BROS., Pro'p.
Broadway. - Cape Girardeau, Mo.
W. L. Douclas
ci cunr isTHEBtsT.
Ana otner specialties ior
Oentlemen, Indies, Bora
and Misses are tha
Best in the World.
Bee dei'iliM advertise
ment which appear in this
Take so Snbrtrtute.
Insist on having W, Lm
with name and prlca
tumped on bottom. Sold bj
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TP h -h -- i j MH fr
I On the stream falls dark at eve; For I love j-ou, and youon-ly, And for your truo lrve I gricvt.
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d I Ti iii ni 1 1 11 1 f1 1 j. jTfP1
Sold by Doyle Bros
Meet me after Sunset.
- side the old
many a year
mill stream; Where wo used
'tis true; Yet I long
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5 Jzzs-s -t'l z-ZE t. ?-t z
There we used
dar - ling, come
streamlet, Flow -
to earth from
ing by that
Copyright, 1894, by The
Hiss Ql?ri5ti9e Ueeler, j
l&tennnranliRr and Tnmswrlter!
iJ" "I -S-
, . , , .
Prepared to do work on short notice. South
Spanish Street. oct26-94
L. P. Rut! & P. W. Murton,
Office in Stnrdivant Bank Bcildinir
n and Bridge Work and Gold
Filling a specialty.
Between St, Charles Hotel and Court House.
Kir;ds 0 UorK Qlpeap,
Pictures copied and enlarged from any kind
of pictures. Proofs shown and erfect picture
.Santos. R:o I e Janeiro,
; New York,
Chicago, Boston, i
bt. Louis. 1
Steffregen 5f Co.
COFFEES. TEAS & SPICES.
Coffee BoBtera and Spice Grinders, Largest
importers in the West. Imported last year
300 000 bags or 40,000,000 pounds of coffee.
411-412 South 7th Street.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
G. R. ULRICH, Traveling Salesman.
to watch the niin -
to see you dear
hours, Tell - ing child - ish tales of love ; And you
sun - set, For I love you, love you still; Meet me
i S s"
realms a - bove.
dear old mill
Meet me when
New Yoric Musical Record Co.
a 7barp Fnnnn
0l- linanBS fiaiDDI'
HEBMJS' HENNECKE. Pro'p.
. MM . 1
ivor. liair) u onemis birppcs.
Under St. Charles Hotel.
The best of wines. Honors and cigars always
on hand. Sole agent for the celebrated
The best whiskey in the world, and so pro
nounced by all competent judges of good liquor.
Fresh beer on tap all the time.
Big Bargains at
H. A. Leher's
i ROOFING & GUTTERING.
Broadway, Cape Girardeau.
. MoBsiioic. Sax F. Davis
MORRISON & DAVIS.
LOAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY
Houses, lots and farms for sale. Bents col
lected and abstracts furnished. Office on Span
ish street, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
srm - set,
i rs k"
nows, As we play'd in
- est As my fan - cy
old mill's shadow,
F. W. VOGT,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire new stock, the latest improved and
best Cooking and heatings toves in the market.
All kinds of Job Work done in the best manner
and at moderate prices.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty and work guaranteed first-class.
And all other kind of collars, harness, sad
pies and bridles. All work fullv guaranteed.
Also dealer in BUGGIES. CARTS, Koad wag
ons and all kind of vehicles.
Cor. Broadway and Sprig-g Sts.
JOHK L. AULLSR.
DEALER IN FINK BRANDS OF
Uines aipd Qiars.
The nest saloon in the city. Special stten
given to the jug trade. Fresh Cape beer always
- THE MILD POWER CURES.
if, ar. wntTftr.ny and
private practfee and for over thirty years bv the
people with entire sanrnna Every slogle p'
a special cure for toe disease named.
They cure without drnrelnn, purging or redortng
uesystem,aiid are in fact and deed toe (toverem
om I or vears m
1 Fevera, Ooogestlooa,Innammatlone. .95
Wonaia, Worm Fever. Worm Ooue-. .SS
3 TeetMag; CoUe, Cryinc, Wakefumeai .3S
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adult. . ,m
ft-Dvseaterr.Oriplng, BlUou. colic. .'ii
OWThAiflvm Mark... ViIm O K.
'-, Colds, BromAltH ... M
9-Nenralgla, Toothache. Faceacae Ui
-HMdmehea, sick Headache. Vertigo. .23
Dy.pepeia, Btuousnem. ComUpsUom .33
11 eareaa4 or Paiafal Periods. .33
1-Whlte, Too rrornss Ferloda. .33
lS-Croaa, Larynaitla, Douirm.. .'US
14-8aJt It Beam. Erysipelas, ErapOona. t3
13 RheaaaatUsa.or Bheumatie Paine.. iS
Malaria, Chills. Fever and Acae.. .33
17-Pilee, Blind or Bleeding. .33
phi halmy, -Sore or Wrsk Etm.. .93
19 Catarra, Inouema, Coldm the Head .25
3 Whoaalar Coach 23
'J! Asthma, Oppressed Breathing.. .33
23 Ear Diaekargea, Impaired Bearing .33
33 Bcrofala, Enlarged Q lands. SweUlng .25
34 General Debliitr, Physical Weakness 33
33 Droney, and Scanty Secretions .33
2S vien-olcknesa. ElckQesstrornKkilsg .25
37-Kidney Diseases .33
2-eore Msnta, or Canker .25
30 I'rinary Weakness, Wetting Bed.. .33
31 Painfnl Perioda .33
34 Diphtheria, Llcerated Sore Throat.. tS
33 Chronta Congestions & Eruptions. .23
2S Nervous Debility, Eeminsi Weak
ness, or Involuntary Discharges 1.00
32 Disc uses of the Heart. Palpitation 1.00
33 Ep!!cpy, Spasms, St. Vitus' Iance...l.O '
Buld 1:- :; 3, or tent poMid CO nwlpt of prtta
WITCH HAZEL OIL
"THE PILE OINTMENT."
For PDea External or Internal. Blind orBleedlrgt
Fistula in Ano: itchinv or Bleeding of tbe iioctum.
The relit is lmmetliate the cure certain.
PEICE, 60 CTS. THIAL SIZE. 25 CT3.
Sold by Drosglsu, or seat xwl-j.i4 oa receipt of prios,
orxTHBEvs ate co. J 1 1 a 1 1 s muu su. saw tobx
q weary tossir
3 Puny, Pindling
Will make them
P?nd 3 2-cent stamps to A. P. Orilw.n- & Co.,
Eostoa, Mass., for best medical work pnUJsb&
'.V -..-fj-i irMraain
The 31 ost Hncr!ssfnl ilemrdy ever discor
er?U. as it is cortfin in its efltcU and does not
blister. Kead proot below.
KENDALL'S. SPAVIN CURE.
Tadhok, Ohio. Jan. 10th. 1891
Dr. B. J. Kextaix Oo.
Genu: I have been TJslnr tout Bnarln Cnre
wUh remarkable succesa on a Bins-bone of
Ionar at and In c
it's a aurerare 1
la aJmobt erery cnae.
K. G. &ET50LD6.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Br. Locn, Mo, April rth, 1891
Da. R J. Exaniu, Co.
Gents l tried vour 'Imuit SrAvnr Crnra."
and it had the desired effect. I used not quite
half a bottle of It. My hone bad a Terrible
ttprala on his leg. Respectfully tows,
LOEENCK WILHZLM, the Baker.
Price tUX per bottle.
DR. B. J. KENDALL CO..
Eaoabarah Falls, Vemaonu
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
fe, RESTORES V1TAL17?.
prr tn-.'-s rJiove re:Uai& In 50 ilujr. . f :
powrrtmiy c::tl ;r.u-'kiy. Cures veacv. all c.i;--r ' ;
Yauus .Mryj regain their lost zcauho-:-.!. i. .-.:
iDca w:J! iveot.r tbeir yontliiut Tipor iy ;.-.;.-
IllUViVO. IS ciiictly end sizreb" restores Xr,Jt'
Et3. Le i Vitality, Irnpotency. Nichtly tni!fcr,r? ,
Lot Fewer. Tailing ii-mory, Waistine Diitisr--..
all t;lT;c3 c! self-abuse or ciosand indifirr, : t
which nuHtsona or 8' nt.y. businesn or marnr? I,
not only eures by starting at the iwat of lisea. v. :
isaffrt ic m-Txe tonic sad blood bnildT. ir
inff back the p'tnk plow to pain c her Us z-c. 'j
storins the lire of yonth. It wardit off Jn..l.T
and Consumption. Insist on barinir REVIVO.
other. It can be carried in vest rocaet. Ly
S IjOO per packaire. or aiz for 65.00, with a xj;
tive written irnarm-tea to rare or r eland
the money Circular free. Addreas
R0VAL HEDICINE CO. 63 8ivr SU CHICAGO. !U
.t !r, - v;4 ij; .: .ix-
1st P?J. r, x- '.; "ffyC VV 01 I? . C
Shop on Main street, one door sooth of tbe
Ail kinds of Fresh Heats and Sansago al
ways on band. Delivery wagon rnn every