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PERSONAL AND IPERTINENT.
The merry-go-round" which has
Ki n located in the southwestern part
of the city several weeks, pulled up
Makes Sunday morning and left. The
merry-go-round" is an institution
hat while it affords noend of pleasure
'.. the small boy. regardless of race
in- color, as long as he has :t nickel.
.- the same time it is a nuisance of the
water to the citizen with a desiitc
ip sleep, if li I lodging place is within
'oar squares of its location.
The voting son of Martin A. Bier
- " i Tli. is visiting relatives in the city.
':!.! young man was quite a child when
:d- pan-nt- left heresome s or 10 years
The extremely warm weather of the
;i-t few days has put a broad smile on
faces of the ice-dealers and soda
Tin- I'nion Milling Co. shipjied a
pan of Clydesdale horses to.St. Louis
to-day on the Anchor Line steamer.
A. .1. Tetrick and family took pas--:iL'e
on the Mary Morton Saturday
ri irlit for St. Louis, where they will
Make, their future home.
I'aintets are at work on the front of
Vog.-lsanger . j;eVnolds' hardware
The livery stables were very lilier
aliy patronized yesterday, more es
jxcially in the lieautiful moonlight of
Col. Kolicrt Sturdivantleftyesterday
for the home of his boyhood in Vir
. l.civ he will spend the summer, as
has l)een his custom for many years.
Having used Cliamlierlain's ( 'ough
le-medy in my family and found it to
!- a first-class article. I take pleasure
in reecoiiiinending it to my friends.
-1. V. Foster. Westport. al. For
sale by I. Hen Miller.
ieorge Houck came up from IJloom
tield yesterday to attend to some busi
ness in the Common I'leas Court.
Several lawyers from Stoddard
county are attending the Common
Mrs. H. II. Alliert. Mrs Blair and
MelJinnis XKK (ieroldon. came down
from St. Louis to-day on the steamer
Mary Morton and are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fdward S. Lilly.
The rain last night and to-day was
worth thousands of dollars to the
farmers in this section.
Mrs. Wm. Burgess returned from
.-'. Louis on the Mary Morton this
afternoon. She isaccompained by her
daughter. Mrs. Will Barton and her
two little boys.
The Mary Morton arrived at J
o'clock p. m. with a rousing big lot of
freight and several passengers for
Some time ago I was taken sick with
a cram)) in the stomach, followed by
diarrhoea. I took a couple of doses
of Chamlierlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and was immediate
ly i-licved. I consider it the liest
medicine in tin? market for all such
complaints. I have sold the lvmedy
tn others and every one who uses it
-p-oaks highly of it. .1. AV. Strickler.
Valley Center. Cal. For sale by I.
wo C. Batimanu. of St. Louis, ar
rived to-day on a visit to parents and
friends in this city.
Wheat will le ripe enough to har
vest in another week, then there will
In- work for those who waul to work
for- a living.
The picnie at Wilier" Carden yos-
..:: last night was a success in
-pit, oi tin- rain. The garden was
with people last night HI! a
Archbishop iCenrick. of St. Louis j
::;,s b-cM deposed by the Poj'e and co-j
;,.:nUor archbishop Kain appointed in ;
his stead. i
Joe paiMii. colored, was up '" '' :
tlie Police Judge yesterday ami
e.-iv.-d nis customary senteu.-.
it i- givci out as a "straight lip" '
.;,.(t Attoni-y e-neral !! wiii !
: (.,,,,Me- ,-f il,- late Sc.-.-'.: ,
Ci-esiiam in Mr. Cleveland'- ca'-i: i.
The Anchor l.ine sb-ani-r Belie
Memphis passed do;; a: noon h,::v.
for M'-miiis. Sin- cam out in
place of the C. W. Balehel,.-. :aid r.p .
in fne Supreme 'ourt yesterday in ;
!':,,. case of Ke.-sl'i-!- vs Vorw.-r.t1"'!
-de:- dismissing ap'i.-al was s -. .,,...
:!Us-- tvinstat.-ri and taken a- snii-i
mitt -il on brief-.
young cyclone as slie came down yes- .
teniay. Tiie wind aught her foul and
whirled h'-r ::ro:n:d some time b-foiv
the pilo' could get her straightened j
out. The only damage done was a few j
chairs blown overboard, a new surrey j
badly wrcck -d and lady passengers
The furniture van has lieen kept
busy this week removing the furniture
and fixtures from the St. Charles to
the P.iver View Hotel and it is the in
tention of Mr. Lucas to servo supper
this evening in his new hostelry.
Buy the Milwaukee Harvesters.
Binders and Mowers. Sold by Ische
iV Scivally. Cape Girardeau. Mo.
The machines can be seen at .Tas.
McKenna A: Co."s. cor. Themis an-.1
Water streets. inln"-w4t
SheritT Kandol is :tn
He gets ui. gets his
Tackson and arrives in
this citv be
fore 7 o'clock '
A young man
to learn, arrived in the
to-day riding a bicycle.
to Louisviile. Ky. He said
Bloomtield. tUty miles from h.
o'clock tiiis morning. This i
re. at 7
lively traveling when the bad road
a iv considered.
The I'lanters' Mills made a large
shipment of flour and bran on the big
steamer City of St. Louis thi- after
noon. The business of the Cape City Laun
dry is increasing right along. Five
hundred shirts are now done up and
turned out of the Laundrv everv week.
We are pleased to see this enterprise
A blind man with a hand-organ was
one of the sources of amusement that
contributed to the happiness of the
small boy who is so numerous on our
stivets since the close of school.
Mrs. A. W. Thias. nee Koer'oer. and
baby and Miss Kmelie Koeriiei-. of St.
Louis, are visiting the family of ( 'has.
The Jackson sports had a squirrel
hunt and tish fry near Cordonville to
day. The Common I'leas Court will last
nearly all next week.
Grant Gilespio. of Dexter.
partner of Congressman Mozley. ir
the Common I'leas
Some mean scamp poisoned a line
dog lielonging to Sam M. (liven last ;
The dog poisoner got in
last night. J. A. Matteson
tine bird dog dead in his
Thieves have lieen helping' them
selves to Adam Frank's garden on the
corner of Spanish and Morgan Oak
stivets. and Adam says he will pay a
lilieral reward for information that
will lead to the arrest and conviction
of the rascals.
Mrs. M. K. Klliot. the Chicago lady
lawyer, who has lieen in the city on
professionol business for two or three
weeks will leave to-morrow morning
for her home. Mrs
Klliot is a talent
ed lady and during- her stay here she
made many friends. To a representa
tive of the DKMoCliAT
Mrs. Klliot ex -
pressed herself as delighted with tin
Cape and our people. She says she
never met more socia ble icople any
where, and she expects to pay the
Cape another visit later on.
Kill DA Y.
A friendly word: Hainan has a nice
lot of shoes. 11.1 Main street.
The young folks had a lawn party
at the tvsidence of Hon. L. F. Kloster
mann last night. (Juite a munlicr of
the young ladies and gentlemen of
Jackson came in to attend the party.
Ladies will not be admitted to the
lecture Sunday. It is for men only.
4 p. in. Baptist church.
There is nothing new in railroad
circles. Tl,- big 'leal thai we have
been done -
o much about lately
and if anything has
have bee:i '.'uuhle to
Miss Kate 'ur
Miss Kale Peptx
lieen employed il
il. of this cit;
'.'. a an
school a! Nc
curing lh-.- next
iiealt.i an! happiness
conditions: ai any rate.
little hapniress without
give ill- body its fuil measure of.
strength and energy, the blood -iiouhi
b-- i-:e:it ! ,-- and igorieis. iiy '.ie i se
M ill e
ids.- to ri.
iiie n-a Ill-lose
tv a boom in
Hi Id giv..
ill I- pre-.nat ar
e Hall's Hair
i.r.ic ,. s
revised and enlarged
Dr. Humphreys' Specific Manuel will
be sent free to any address. Hum-
phreys Medicine Company. William
aud John Sts., New York.
I'toccedtusis o! the City Councll-r
l!c!ular Session. ;
MONDAY F.VEXIXU. dune ."Ird l'--1. j
Board met in regular session with
the Mayor. William II. 'oerver. in the
chair and all niemliers present.
On motion of Mr. Bierwirth tin4
reading- of thy unapproved record was
disenseit with for the time liciug. j
The Auditor's report for May was!
presented and read, showing the r.-4
ci-ipts and disbursements i
for said month, as follow-
in Trca. April .'in sin.."
KKi'llil'TS Kni: MAY.
mi ( . iiirsch. cd si J71 "J".
ill! II. !.. HililZ'.'.
weigh -j- 7 ."io
: From If Vastcriiiig.
, weigher 17 7.".
I From ( ' iistav Stei::.
weigher '.' .'!.1
From .lames McKen
na. port warden
us mi si 40:; s.")
I1 !il 0.1 i
1 llll4."i I
Hal. in Treas. May io sTim;:)
On motion of Mr. Vogelsang said
report was received and ordered tiiled.
The report of the Street Commis
sioner for the month of May. showing
amounts due various teamsters and
laborers for work done and gravid
hauled during said month, amaounl
ing to S-4'Jl.'.'.l. was presented arid
read: said amount distributed as fol
lows: ;UA VK1,.
l'aciiic Street iMUciiO.
Spanish StrtH'tl cub. yd
Street t cub. yds
! ..in !ln.i S ellli V lls
Street I cub. yd
1 o si!' so
I.AHOIt AXII TKA.MS.
g sewer pipes across Fivderick
i near Morgan Oak.
j y i n er three sewer
pijie across Bid
sprigg yil.w j.-,.,.,)
Merriwether Street . .
Filling Alley - Fred.
Filling Alley Sprigg
Court House sijuaiv.
I S:l'"' Stone (Juarry.
: Hauling sewer pipe
'i'otal for May 121 0.1
in motion of Mr Vogelsang said
report was received and ordered filed
and the City Clerk instructed
warradts drawn on
I leveiiue fund in ;.t or
the ( ienerai
f the several
parti' s and for t
.!..!-. ints named as
stated in said iv;.-.
The following .
P. II. I (ellipse, e
Drayage on ,
Same for freight
1 lO pieces piH-.
n. for printi:;
s.-ul.- books 1 m. .
Same f'-r Mayor's
I 'roc. posiersetc.
Sam-- -'or t "ity i 'rint-
ing fee- Niay I Mo.
Name for 2 orders
of publica! io'i 'ity
P. D. Mopp- r. i".
II. f:- imor.niiiug
Same !-.; Ivipo'.m.i
ing I i. a'.:- anu
C. C. Water W. .x
III. Li. 1'e. lor 2.
street 1 - ui.-
2 2-1 1
s i-.-ni:. .-'
. a. Maag.iio
il. il. Judeii
' 'cm. for
iov i n g ' '.
I hose carl in ear-
j ade .1-1!
; John ( irieiiMarsha 1
j forsalary for May
David PiercBfield for
cleaning up o 1 d
Same for removing
G lover & Feurth for
2 Water Crates
j Same for repairing
j Hose Cart
'o. for Assc-s-!
ment Lists, etc. . .
U;. C. Sehadenlierg
for building shed
- repairing' stock
'. Lindemann for
lumlier ( M e r r i
wether St. Sewer
.1 a s. McKenna v
Co. for d ray age
on 24 inch pipe. . .
.1. V. Hollenback
for provisions for
poor person May
or's order 1 tin
On motion of Mr. Blomeyer said
bills were allowed, and the clerk, in
structed to issue warrants drawn on
the Ceneral Hevenue fund in favor of
the several parties and for the amounts
A bill in favor of the Board of Kdu
cation for rent of out Lot "H"amount
ing to $.'0 00 was also read and as
the clerk reported, that only 1.1 00 had
lieen collected for rent of said lot.
Mr. Bierwirth moved that action lie
deferred on said bill for the present.
The Stivet Commissioner to whom
was refenvd bills of Jacob Dietrich
and Conrad Lind at last meeting re
ported that he had lieen unable to col
lect the Dietrich bill, and that he had
failed to see Conrad Lind.
n motion of Mr. Blomeyer the
Stivet ( 'ominissioner was instrcted to
turn over the Jacob Dietrich bill to the
City Attorney for collection.
This being' the meeting for ocning
sealed proposals from newspapers
proposing to do the city printing for
the year ending June 1. IMMi. but one
proposal was presented by the clerk,
opened and read in the presence of the
M.. .i i :i. ... ;.i l i...
ing from the Democrat I'rinting Com
pany, proposing to do the city print
ing' for the year according to ordi
nance for the sum of Two Hundred
and fifty dollars. A bond in the sum
of Five Hundred dollars guaranteeing
the faithful performance of said
contract accompanied said proposal.
On motion of Mr. Shivelbine the
proposal of the Democrat I'rinting
Company to do the city printing was
accepted, ill accordance with the bond
submitted by saiil company, and t he
same deemed a contract between the
city and said company.
On motion of Mr. Blomever the
nliourned until Thursday eve-
I ning next. .1 une 0th. at 7:.'!0 o'clock.
Tmi sukay Kvkxixi;. JrxK oth Ix'J.I.
Board nr't as jk-i- adjournment with
the Mayor. William. H. I 'oerver. in
1 chair and all niemliers present.
; ''"lie Journal of the proceedings of
j the last ivgular meeting and adjourn-
cil meeting ol tlie same was read and
A petition from Joseph Jaeger pray
ing the board to issue him a dramshop
license for the term from June lo to
Vug. 4th lsH. so as to have said li
cense expire at the same time that his ;
State and County license expires, j
was presented and read and on motion !
of .Mr. Shivelbine. the prayer of ie-j
titiouer wasgraiiied and. the Collector!
instructed to issue lo Joseph Jaeger!
a license for term asked for. j
A communication from David Pierre-:
li.-ld. city sexton, calling' the atten- :
"ion of ttie board to the condition of'
fence enclosing- the new City Cenie-
tlia. tne sani" in eiieii re-
is r.-a i ane on motion of
! Mr. D.-mpsoy refcrn-d to 'i
: ( 'ommilte.- wit!; iuslriictioa
lain cost of repairing saiir
at n--' meeting.
l 'aue! ai ccmpair.ed
p--'itio:is :'r;;;i t
; t l ,
s of this
i .1 tiuen ;
iioaru to i
a ferry lie
a.- hei"etoforc nr.
! and i
aim rca.i :ro
ig th.- board
.:s -Jois anu 1
iceils-- as ncti
A communication from A. J. l.luncii. j
J. Cully. J. II. Sams ami T. W. Mc-
Ha v.-r, C Ali-xandi-'- County Illinois,
asking th- board to grant a lie-!!. to '
the parties xvito will give bond and
give the city and people ii'e best ferry
service was pii'sento.l and t-ea-i and '
or. motion of Mr. illotaeyer iv-ceived (
T!;e ( '.illector subiuitt. li '.'.is report
! for t'to month of May. .showing
i amounts collected from various
; ... .---...os ,.f i.-ivniii'. for said month
a.'.'ii'gating the sum o!
.f srr's -i viz:
From Taxes years
From License, viz:
Dramshop ,12.1 (Hi
Ordinary :i 0
Meivhants 3 00
Peddlers 10 00
i7l 00 i
; Advalorem Dram
Sale of 'emt'Terv
8 so !
j Repairs on Spa:i-
1 : ish stivet
! Rejiairson Broad
; way stivet
14 20 Dog license...?.,
i Int. on Del taxes.
Taxes col. by suit
j Int. on Del taxes
1.1 HO ! collected bv suit
2! ink I
2i !2 :
i::i 22 1
.l:t ::'. .
The 1'oliiv Judge i-cported no busi- !
j Hess done in his oflii-,- during the j
j month of May. I
; Ine.Niarshal iviori. d i.o coiiection
by him for the mouth of May as no
I executions were issued from the Police
The Fire Chief submitted Lis report
for May. showing that regular drill
of the Fire Department was held on
the Sth with all niemliers present, also
giving the names and amounts due
i each person for service
lai tmeiit , on
parade of the Fiiv D
On motion of Mr. Blomeyer the
several ivports as read were received,
ordered filed and the clerk instructed
to issue warrants drawn on the Gen
eral Revenue Fund for the amounts
due the various parties for which they
are entitled, as named in said reports.
I'at's Jury Duty.
Says Bridget to Pat: "And do ye
loikeliein'onthe jury. Pat?" Says Pat:
"It's somewhat confinin'." "Yes."
adds Bridget, "and it's harad wurrk.
too." "Well." says Pat. "it's aisy
enough decoiding which soide is right
when only one of thim's Oirish. but
whin they're both Oirish. liedad. it's
the vcrvdivil." Household Words.
How I Kelt.
Why. two years ago I was just
about crazy, and no wonder that my
wife and children were afraid of me.
You just want to suffer with neuralgia
with no relief as I did until I used
Sulphur Bitters. They cured me. and
now iny wife says I am as meek as a
lamb. - Roliert Davis. American House.
At Poplar Bluff last Sunday Frank
A. (iaivtson and family, consisting of
five iM-rsons. were poisoued by eating
sardines. The physicians think all
will recover but they are in a" critical
condition. I'pon investigation it was
discovered that a little boy had want
ed to open thecan on Friday and made
a hole in it with a knife when the ser-
i vant girl took it away from him and
set it a wav udtil Sundav.
A Card of Thanks.
We. the undersigned, take this op
portunity of thanking the friends and
neighbors of ours for the kindly as
sistance rendered us in the long and
continuedsicknessof our loved mother.
Sarah F. Hobbs. who was born Nov.
2nd. 1S14. died May 20th. 1"0.1. being SI
years, seven months and 27 days oltL
We assure them they will lie kindly
ivmembered by lis.
J. V. HoMlis.
.iKIii'.Y I llTT.
MAI'TIIA J. TAYboii.
i.ist ol .Mail Matter
U. niiiiiiiii;.' nncatk-'I f"r i the po.-t olli.-i-of
CaH- i.iinir.ican. .-..inity nl ('a.- tlirardran.
.-.--iiiiri. l'.r tin wi-.-k rniin:
isc-aii, .Miss I'ora
; I'olnvr. Mi Fannie
, Mis Iirli.
;h-a:in.)ii. Mr Tillipe
!..-. Mr. I I.
Line, Mr- t apt Win
McLean. Iliuri. t n oil i:aiiiM-y, Mis Mary
i.nrn. Maiirir- S.aulilinir Allu rt s
Wouii. Mr George
Pt-rMi.:s .-aUiiiir I-'.r a::' of tin above 1. -Iters
will il.-a.-.' say ' A-ivcrtis. -i. " idvitii.- dliteol
Ihc list. II not called lor within two weeks
tin y will !n- i-i-nl to tin- Ili ad Letter Office at
Wa-li-ngta:: ( itv. ( ItAMKi:.
W !-..:: ui; ouh.
There is i.o danger from thin di?'
wh.-n chamlierlain's Coug-li d
li-, el.V given. I' liijUeiies th- to
nii'eus and aid its ,--.e, o-aTion.
ie si-' el-i
i oi COUg1
y atiu i :''; iier.c;.
ing. and insures
'he--,- is not the
: the r -nv-iiv to
i!.-n M iib-f
What a I'lty
-o many oth.-rv.is,. attractive.
. and particular -opie afflict
by the foul and disagree
their breatii: it is mainly
by disordered digestion, and
ran lie corr.-t.-d by r "moving thecau-'r-.
by using that pure medicine. Sulphur
Hitt.-rs. - Health Magazine.
Fn?::icrs !..ii Here.
will s--H you a new Osborn binder ;
r ss, mower for ;ts j also keep I
for ail binders and mowers
for cash. Agent for Garr Scott
1 engines and threshers. Hay rakes.
harrows and all farm machinery,
buggies and wagons, etc. Come and
I see me before you buy.
I .1. M. Mokiusox.
READ RULE XV.
i n OS
HjtYjA any way dan- oj
APAwVV'i -reus or of- gf
Yv- "1.ciicoor:lT7 natent medi-o;
.IBSOVv cines. nos-i
trums, and gi
empirical preparations, whose o;
ingredients are concealed, will o:
not be admitted to the Expo-
. V,'hy was Ayer's Sarsaparilla admit- ol
ted ? r.oeause it is not a patent medicine, o
not a nostrum, nor a secret preparation, j
not dangerous, not an experiment, and ol
because it is all that a family medicine f
should lie. j
At the gl
Chicago, 1893. oj
Why not get the Best? oj
Do you need a pair of shoes this
springy Hainan can supply the need.
Prices reduced without argument, at
Hainan's. 1M Main street.
iet:i there with both feet the man
who wears Hainan's shoes. 11-1 Main
We wish to state tcf our patrons that
One Minute Cough Cure is a safe and
reliable remedy for children troubled
with croup, colds, hoarsenessand lung
troubles. It is pleasant to take and
quickly cures. I. lien Miller, drug
gist. Krnest Hobbs has oiened a second
hand store at the old Bonney stand
on Main street where he will buy and
sell all kinds of goods.
A gentleman of this county who has
excellent judgment remarked to us the
other day that he knew of no pill, so
good for constipation, dyspepsia and
liver complaint as PoWi't's Little.
Karly Misers. I. lien Miller, drug
gist." J. Maple Wilson has
fountain in the town.
the finest soda
Cut down in their
prices on shoes.
It is not a miracle. It won't ture
everything, but it will Vuiv piles.
That's what DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve will do. because it has done it
in hundreds of cases. I. lien Miller,
Cash paid for furniture, etc.. at
Krnest. Hobb's on Main stivet.
In these days of - telephone, tele
graph, electricity and steam, jieople
cannot afford to wait days or many
hours for relief. This is our reason
for 'offering you One Minute Cough
Cure. Xeither days, nor hours, nor
even minutes elapse In-fore relief is
afforded. I. lien Miller, druggist.
Headache is the direct result of in
digestion and stomach disorders.
Remedy these by using DeWitt's Lit
tle Karty Hisers. and your headache
disappears. The Favorite little pills
everywhere. I. Hen Miller, druggist.
Wilson's new soda apperatus is in
place: go see it.
! If you want to buy anything in the
second hand line call on Krnst Hobbs.
Don't neglect that cough, it leads to
I consumption. ( )ne Minute "ought 'ure
possesses j, double virtue. It cures
jam! cures .jiiiekly. I. Hen Miller,
j DeWitt's Witch Haze! Salve cured
'.I. C. Cor- il of the worst case of
'.. !.! ' kn'.wn in the state of
!:e' in: . ! .-'!:-. s --aids, burns, in
d :. ;' i,.-vi-;- fails to cure
pi.. -. !. i'c" iiilii-r. druggist.
Soda '.:.;' at Wilson's on and
Rafter May I-t.
siio.- brus'ies. blacking and laces at
i iLmirn's. Ill Main.
Drop in and si- Hainan's tan shoes.
Promptness is a commendable virtue.
: That's why w- offer you One Minute
'Cough Cci-e. It is prompt in reij.-f
a ml prom;
trig, i Ii
ls v. a:-.t it
!,( i On irnr:ition Pay at oM City (Viui
trry or I-orirnit-r I'cinftry, or. ii;it laot. haipi-k'-rVhi'-rwiih
liiit-nly in carh rnni r. Fimlr-r
will i" liberally r:-vatiil i-y l-'aviitj sauip at
Iui; s. I.K TviiTy acr-s ol ' ;'omI Ian. I in
liiii hiittc of ruitivr.tion. insiUc of rity
limits lm-at'l on nni county ral. F-r Tiri
ami t- nns ai'1y to Mr. Victoria catiltan at
tlu Jarob Hf-andfan farm miln;-t.n4W
WANTKH A r;rl ftr pvu-rat honse work to
ifotot. I.'n:i. Kor j urticahirs call at Ir.
Port.ni'Ms at -" 'cliwk p. in
KIi SAI.K ( UEAT Ofip hiryHe, I hntux,
1 wasiistarnl. :;rliiiirs. 1 stv(: fco-tkinir) , I larire
wa.-!i kctil . 1 a, 1 cxpns wa'OP. -i enuMitli
in iron, t irrin'1 r-tom. iKk shpivi-s, I
.iil -I t. rarriat Ajplv at o;:e. at office of h.
Santos. Ilio Ic Janoiru, Chicajro, Boston ,
New York. St. Loui&.
iCii I v. Cl
COFFEES. TEAS &. SPICES.
Coffee Ho?ters ami Spice Grin'l.-rs. Largest
imiKirt.-rs in the West. Imported last year
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