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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
THe Democrat PrintinQ Go.
114. THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Olfle at Cape Girardeau,
Mo., as second-class matter.
SATURDAY, AUGUST .51. l!.-.
Jerry Simpson, vhon twitted for
drinking chaiiijiajrne :it Toeka tlie
other nifjht said: "It is part of my
purpose to secure some of the luxuries
of life to the i-omruon people. "
Sherman Woodify. the notorious
crook in the I'ioomlield jail for bur
rlarizin fiunt-r's jewelry store at
Dexter, last July, broke jail Tui-s-day
nii'ht. Auiri-t ith and liiierated
prisoners naiiKd Harp-'r, Vinson and
l'arker. all rhar'n-d with felonies.
The Chieayo Times-Herald finds
that a majority of the members of both
t lie Democratic and Republican na
tional committees favor a short presi
dential campaign next year. So do
the people, for a presidential cam
paign always injures b'.iMne.-. and
there is neither en.-c nor reason in
depressing it more than is necessary,
now that a revival is ln'-jinni;.'.
.Miss Newcomer (entering the otlice
of tlie Ilawville Clarion j: ('an 1 see
the editor?" Oilice Doy: "I 'pose
you can see him. mom. if you insist
on it. but 1 don't tiiink you'd enjoy it
much. You some of ids Micscrib
ers tarred-and-feathered him last
niht. and lie hain't lx-en able to -.'it
more'n half of it off vet."
An enthusiastic Arkansan while
visiting his old honn- in South Caro
lina iv-fntly. in describing the won
derful resources of Arkansas, said,
amimj other things: "We have moun
tains so hijjtfi that you -a n staiul on
their lx-aks ami tickle the feet of the
sound money men in heaven, and
rorres so deep that you can descend
the free :
bae and hand
iilwritcs m lie!.'
d;v.;i in to
A Whitney boom is on.
Democratic editors of the state i
York, all of tilt' cuckoo variety
intclTogat.'d by t-legraph as
foel'ng in their sections, am
unanimous endorsement of .Mr.
ney. That gentleman would make a
good candidate from the Democratic
standpoint. Tlie Standard Oil com
pany's millions would In- behind him.
Alonzo (Siv!r and Amiza" .Moore, a
couble of nice young men Sheriff
Mann was boarding at Krederii-ktown.
jumped their landlord Sunday night
without leaving their future address.
Dave takes a great interot in them,
in fact, is considerably attached to
them, and will give a il note for an
interview. He's afraid they'll get all
lost, so to speak. M:irbi--Hill I'ivss.
The hefty part of the adminisiration
excepting the President appears to
find the lishing very good , away
down in .Maine. I he chief Justice
of the United States, the secretary
of War. the secretary of Ihe Navy,
the lieutenant-general of the army.
and numerous other distiiigiiis!iel cit
izens are idling away the summer
there. Why not remove tlie capital to
lar Harbor, and be ('.one with it?
The J no. l'ulbright w iil case attract
ed some attention in court last utvk.
Mr. Uulbright. who was known as the
l'erry county hermit, died a year or
two ago and left by will his property
to l'erry county. The suit in court
was to break the will on the ground of
insanity. Perry county was represent
ed by W. II. Miller and Messrs. Kill
ian and Whitledge. and the plaintiffs
byW. J. Rolerts and Kdward Robb.
After some evidence had Ik-cii given
the judge took the ease from the jury
and instructed that the will submitted
in the court was Fulbright's last will
and testament. A motion for new
trial being heard and over ruled, the
contestants apiealed the case to the
Supreme Court. 1 his case will lie
watched with considerable interest.
Jackson Cash book.
NOT TIRED OF FIGHTING.
J u pa ii Is not Only Tuklnsa Host Hi
lore I'ndcrtaklns Kresli War
Every one feels that the peaiv is only
a lull in the storm which will present
ly rage all the more furiously. Rus
sia is now the object of Japanese ha
tred and little attempt is made to con
ceal the fact. "Against Russia, tier
many and France even the greatest
jingo admits Japan is helpless. Hut
it is quite otherwise with Russia sin
gle handed." All ranks and classes
are confident that they can punish
Russia. Russia is inviting attack,
"Her ships move about prepared for
action, with all possible woodwork
removed and the hulls painted sea
green." This is exasjierating: but
the bitterest blow is the news that in
Corea.Russian intrigue has completely
foiled Japan. The Japanese agent
aireauy hnas himself a cipher and is
The Japanese, howev-
er. will not resiirn Coiva -vithr.ut
liht. If Kussia actually occupies
the peninsula hostilities will bejji.i.
As the troops return from the Liantunj?
Penninsula they are being hurriedly
sent forth, ready, should war result,
to be landed in t'onea. "It would lie
no child's play for Russia," says the
Daily News' writer. "In iron clads
she is superior, but the greater ?eed
of the Japanese cruisers would give
them a great advantage, and prevent
Russia from forcing a pitched naval
battle." Guns strained during the
recent lights are being replaced and
the -boilers cleaned and overhaul
ed. "In another month Japan will lie
ready for her formidable foe." Clear
Iv we a iv only at the beginning of
things in the far Kast. London News.
Tlie His Corn Crop.
The thing of grealest importance
in this country at present is the big
corn crop that is now practically a?
suivd. Notwithstanding the drouth
that has done injury in some locali
ties, the aggregate yield is likely to
closely approximate, if it does not ex
ceed, the highest of the past records.
Mr. Riddle, the capable and well-informed
Freight Trafllr Manager of the
Atchison Railroad system, has made
some estimates of the crop in the ter
ritory traversed by the lines of that
great corporation. Re puts the pro
duet in Kansas at :;iMi.tn..(Hf. bushels,
in Missouri at 2-V.UMHUHXi. in Illinois
at 2."il.iHMi,ooii. and in Texas at 1(K.
imm.mmi. That is to say. in these four
States, thecrop is three times as large
as that of last year, and nearly twice
as large as that of the phenomenal
year of 1 -s'.cJ: and Mr. Riddle calcu
lates that this portion of the country's
crop will furnish l.Mlil.lKld car loads
of tratlic. and k.-cp the railroads busy
for ten months. During the past year,
perhaps 4o.(nwi.ihki or ."iO,(M)'l,(Kiij in
gold ha Ik-it: taken out of the mines,
but Ihe farmers are going to take out
of the soil in the form of corn what is
equivalent to 1 .MNI.IHiil.lKNl of gidd.
Such a crop staggers comprehension,
and illustrates the productive capaci
ty oT the nation in tigures that tell a
story which s-cms marvelous.
It is reported that some of the West
ern farmers are contracting to sell
ihcircorn at Is- to :!. a bushel: but it
is to Ix- hoped that tlii si disposition is
not general. There is no necessity
for marketing corn at such a price,
even though the crop is mi of the
largest in our history. The farmers
who understand their business will
not be in a hurry to sell. They are
not obliged to sell their corn at all as
corn, but can feed it tocattlcaml hogs
with more advantage. It is estimated
that they can thus make it bring not
less than .!v. Thos.- of them who arc
not pressed by debts can do still bet
ter by holding it. until next year, when
it is reasonably sure to command a
higher price, as a big crop is usually
succeeded by a smaller one. It has
hapM-ned more than oni-e -that corn
has sold for 4c to .Kir within eighteen
months from Ihe time when it was le
ing sold at prices lielow mlln- ln-cause
of a lielief that its abundance won id
cause it to go lower. Corn at less
than-l'l'e a bushel is alwavs a safe
sjeeulation. ivg.-trdless of the size of
the crop: and money so invested rare
ly or never fails to yield a lietter re
turn than the ruling rate of interest,
in spite of waste and shrinkage. The
protincers should make tins prolit in
stead of giving it to tlv speculator.
That is where their main chance of
prosperity lies: :anHhiy have them
selves to blame when they take a lower
priii' for corn under the impression
that they must sell as soon as possi
ble on account of the snnplv lieing
larger than the demand. I ! lobe-Dem
John Smith's Five Widows.
In a cemetery in the suburbs of Low
ell. Mass.. there are live headstones
all alike except 1he inscriptions. The
tirst one reads: "First wife of John
Smith" and the second "Second
wife." and so on until the fifth stone,
which reads: "John Smith, at rest.
A Noted Kri'iich t limits.
Has combined the valuable quali
ties of Cotton Root. Tansy and Penne
royal and as a ivsult the famous
Mon-a-mi Tablets are offered the ladies
of America. It is the only remedy
which affords at the same time a safe,
sniv am" seedy relief to ladies for
suppressed and painful menstration
acting in from 24 to .'! hours. These
Tablets si iv especially recommended to
married ladies who desire a certain
monthly medicine doing away with
annoyance and fivt. They are a cer
tain preventive for all monthly irregu
larties. Thousands of French ladies
use them lvgularly. These Tablets are
compounded by a Chemist thereby in
suring perfect safety. Sold under a
written guarantee. ifltKi offered for a
single failure. Priv reduced from ?"
to !: sent postpaid (securely scaled)
to any addivss. Send 4 stamps for
guide to women.
The Monami Chemical Co.,
Sold bv Druggists.
ltooths Will be Itemed.
The undersigned will, on Saturday,
August .'Ust. at 2 o'clock p, in., at the
court house in the city of Cae Gir
ardeau sell the booth privileges on
he Fair grounds for Fair week.
Chairman Fair Ground Com.
The summer Resorts.
Of the New England and Eastern
States, the White, Adirondack and
Alleghany Mountains, Canadian and
Michigan points, the Rocky Moun
tains, and the great Northwest with its
attractions, and nearer home the
splendid Mexican Gulf Coast, are
reached in quick time by the Mobile &
Ohio Railroad, which has placed on
sale round-trip tickets at greatly re
duced rates to all these points, good
for return passage until November 1.
Fast double daily through trains
a iv run. equip ied with Pullman Pal
av. Ruffet. Drawing Room. Sleeping
cars and handsome day coaches. The
passenger is provided with every com
fort and convenience.
For information concerning the
many resorts, how to reach them, dis
tances, time, rates, etc.. call on or
addivss the nearest Mobil- a Ohio
ticketagent, or address
V.. K. Poskv.
Cen'l Pass. Agt..
for the care of the sick. How to cure
diseases, its symptoms and causes,
and other information of givat value
will Ik- found in old Dr. Kaufmann's
great book: I'M) pages, tine colored
plates. Send three 2-cent stamps to
pay postage to A. P. Ordway x Co.,
Roston. Mass.. and receive a copy
Kelsn 1 Ill-ill t arnlval-st. Louis
a ltlazc of i lory seven Weeks
of I'lilntcrruptcd (.uicty.
The name of America's greatest car
nival center- St. Louis will be blaz
oned on the skies of gaiety from Scp-temln-r
4th to Octolicr l'Jth. IS'.i.l. The
eighteenth annual ivign of carnival
will jiervade the city, and for sev
en weeks Kuroiean capitals noted for
their seasons of mystery and regal
entertainment will gracefully bow to
the siijieriority of the city on the banks
of the Mississippi.
Septemlier 4th will mark the o"cning
of the Twelfth Annual St Louis Expo
sition. This splendid feature of St.
Louis's carnival ieriod will remain
open until H-t jbcr I'Jth. In addition
to Sonsa's world-famed band, many
new attractions will be offered. Scp
lemhcr 4'.h to lit!), the Celebrated
French Equilibrists, the Kins-Ners.
will appear. SeptciniH-r 1.1th to :h.
Caicedo. "The King of the Wire."
and Louis tiloriz." "'the Man Mon
key." by their unique entertainments
will delight the fun seeking public.
Septemlier -'loth 1o Octolicr l-!h, Ivan
Tscheroff's celebrated educated unites,
the Russian dogs, are carded for a
series of wonderful iK-rformauces.
Octolicr bitli to lilth. Priiv Kokin. the
greatest Japanese Juggler alive, will
till an engagement, while Ruck Tav
lor and troupe of native Sioux In
dians and Miss Cornelia Campliell
I Soil ford, of New York. Demonstrator
of Cooking, will apicar every day
during the Exposition season.
That mysterious personage. King
Ilotn. and his retinue will give a day
light parade Septemlier 2"t!i. This is
one of the most unique attractions of
the carnival season in St. Louis, and
is grotesquely staged. Octolicr 7th to
12th. the world-beater, the great St.
Louis Fair, will 1m- the chief attrac
tion. On thejeveiiing of October Mb.
His Majesty the Veiled Prophet and
royal court will parade the principal
thoroughfares of the City, followed
by the famous ball, which is known
of throughout the land.
All the St. Louis theatres, during
the season of high carnival have bill
ed most excellent attractions. Among
the number might be mentioned "TrilJ
by." Lyceum Theatre Company."
('has. Frohman's Stock Company.
Hoyt's "A Rlack Sheep." DeWolf
Homier, etc. !
1 lie management of the Missouri
Pacific Railway and iron Mountain
Route constantlv having the interests
of St. Louis in mind, will sell tickets
from all points on the system to the
carnival city and ivturn at greatly
red unil rates. For copy of pro
gramme giving the features of thj
carnival season in detail, addivss
company s agents, or H. I . lownsend.
General Passenger Agent St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
Fine Freight and Passenger Steamers
"ity of St. Louis.
'ity of New irleans.
'ity of Hickman.
ity of Monroe,
City of Cairo,
For Cairo. Memphis. Vicksburg.
New Orleans and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape Girardeau
every Thursday and Sunday.
For Cairo. New Madrid. Memphis,
and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape Girardeau
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For St Louis. Steamers leave Cape
Girardeau everv Sunday and Wednes
day P. M.
For freight and passage address,
C. M. Berkley, Gen. Pass. Agt.
JOHX Bird. General Freight Agent.
St. Louis, Mo.
$ for 10 cents
fieiargesfypiece of Coop
teccoieveFSQld . for,the ;flioney
W. L. Douglas
CUnC tS THE BEST,
yg WliWM NO SQUEAKING.
Ana otner specuuues lor
Gentlemen, Ladles, Bojs
mod Misses are the
Best in the World.
See descriptive advertise
ment which appears in this
Take bo Substitute.
Insist on having V. L.
with name ' and price
1 on bottom. Sold by
Sold bv Dovle Bros
G. W. TRAVIS.
THE : DENTIST.
1'racticc-a lentistr in all its
branches. Kates reaVonablp. Ail
work tlonp in tho bf tt manner ami
irnarautop-... No extra chanros
after the work ia completed.
REFERENCE: To the people whom I have
lived anion- ami practiced torovertwentv-three
rear-, oilieeatthe obi staiut in the itminey
Cor. Main anl Hronilway.
Cape City Roller Mills.
I:it---t Imjiroved Iloller IVowss.
Ilavinu' artiintitl the Kollcr Prueekt. we are
now prepared to make Hour or the linest jrraues.
A trial of onr Holler Process Flour will con
vince ron That it is the t-e&t r'lonr matle. tilve
us a trial.
STEIN BROS. Pro'p.
Broadway, - Cajie Girardeau. Mo.
C. LINOEMANN & SON.
DEALERS IN -
OF ALL KINDS.
White ami vellow nine, noiilar. cypress, oak.
pum, walnut", ash and cheery. Also flooring
ami ceiling all gTades, inishing lumber,
laths, shinirles, mouldings, window and door
caseing. Window and door frames, all sizes
made to onler on short notice. Delivery any
where inside of city limits.
Spanish St., Cape Girardeau, Mo.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the courts and attend to
all business entrusted to him.
C BE )
I? g VIVO
pt-. V! rssx rhstop.es vrrAUTw.
pr-1 :.!.-;--, i'.it Ttbnve . -nit i:i T0 drty. It S
p-jv,. n'irl'y ti::'s;y i":m- u nil oili r.-f:i
Yo-.;:. n.-H will rt-saiii t jeir lot manbeati. au:I
m will rt-or th-ir 7011th iul vijror by uis?
I! f ;VI VO. tt lui-. tly surely restores Xtrvifi.-i-
ni-:i?. Loi itality. Iiu,xtencr. Xichtly Eniissira.-s
L- at iMwr. M .tory. Wa-itine Diseasi s.and
all ir-cts ot iU-abu.-f or eife-s ami inditirii-tion,
w h.ch r.n.iU oaf for s'nly. btisics or marriw. It
not calr i-urr-! bv start inc at the seat ot disease, but
ijzrtat nerve tonic and blood builder, brine
i:.s; the pink plow: to pale cheek and re
ftori:p the lire of ynnth. It wards off Jn-anitjr
and Cocsumptinn. Insist on havme RE VIVO, no
other. It can be carried in Test pocket. By mzi).
S-1.0 per rjf-tare. or six lor 95.00, with a poi
tiB written fruarantee to enre or reread
the money. Circular free. Address
RCVAL MEDICINE CO.. 63 River St- CHICAGO. !U
I. Btn. Miller.Druo'irist. raje Girar
THE MILD POWER CURES.
That the diseases of domestic anl-
k mala. Horses, Cattle, Sam. Doos,
f Hogs, and Pocltrt, are cured by
Ilnmphrcya Veteriaarx Speci
fic!, Is as true as that people ride on railroads,
send messages by telegraph, or sow with sewing;
machines. It Is as Irrational to bottle, ball and
bleed animals In order to cure them, as It Is to
take passage In a sloop from New York to Albany.
Used m the best stables and recommended by
the I. S. Army Cavalry Officer.
tar-500 PAGE BOOK on treatment and careof
Domestic Animals, and stable chart
mounted on rollers, sent free.
CURES i Fryers, Congestions, Inflammation.
A. A. 1 Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
B. B. Strains. LameaeM, Rheamatisna
C. C Distemper. Kasal Discharges.
I). D. Bote or C'rcbs. Worms.
. E. Congas. Heaves. Pneumonia
F. F. Colic or Gripes. Bellyache.
G. (i. Misearriage. Hemorrhages.
II. II. I rinary and Kidney Diseases.
I. I. Eraptive Diseases, itlange.
J. K. Diseases of Digestion.
Stable Case, with Specifics, Manual,
Vet Cure Oil and Mediator, 87,00
Price, Single Bottle (over SO doses!, . .60
Sold by Druggists; or Sent Prepaid anywhero
End in any quantity on Receipt of Price.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Corner William and John Sts New York.
In use 30 years. The only successful remedy for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from over-work or other causes.
1 per vial, or 5 vfctls and lare vial powder, for $5.
Bold by Brmhli. r 9mt BMtpal M rrfrlpl r price.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO,
Corner William- and John Sta. New York.
Klrant ank - nt-tiMr
atil In-duor Worth
inwlflsliy ;ur -x iaiuia. are rn ini-
iortant li-ature. uet aiiear oven- week, rc-
t-ompftiiieii hy minute descrijttions anil details.
Oi i: I'aim- 1kttkk, lv Katlifrine.tt forest, is a
utt-klr transcript oi the latest stvlti aim
rhi-rires in the iitide. Under ihe head of Nkw
ii:k F.oiiio. tilain tfr"tions and full
iartii'ulnr. are iriven as i" halH'i, tahrirn.
trimminn, and afte!sri of the porituiiH9 of
well -d Jesse! women . t lMLitKKS' Cl.uTlii5:
receives Tactical a'tentiuii. A frtnirhtW
lnt tern-sheet Supplement enables readers to
cut and make their own gowns. The woman
who takes IIaci kk's IIa.ai: is lirepared for
every occasion hi life, cermoi lions or informal.
where heautiful dress is reinisite.
A d America n Serial . 1octok W a kkil k ' s
1ai';iiter, hr Uehecca llanlintf lavis, a
strtHig novel of "American life, partly laid in
Pennsylvaeia and partly in the far South, will
occui.y the last half of the year.
Mv Laim .onoiiY, an" intensely exciting
novel, by Maarten Maartens. author of "Itoo'
Ki(OL,,'"Xhe lireater tilory," etc-, will begin
KS ay a n Social Chat. To this depart
ment Spectator will contribute her channinir
papers on nat w e are Doing" in ew iotk
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receive the m-rsonal attention of the editor, and
are answered at the earliest possible date alter
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and fitting qualities
of our shoes.
Are the prices;
your money will go
further here than
at any other place.
C. J. Haman.
115 Main St.
Mead of all Magazines
this country has seen. Albany Argus.
North American Review
Ttye Ffi?r;t Jopies,
Jt tl?e FJigbt "Time.
ThE Ngkth American Rivikw is reog
nued 011 both sidrs of the Atlautic as the fore
most Resie-t Id the English language, and bo
exiwmlitnre is sparea jo maintaining it in its
The Riview is the montbpiece of the men and
women who know most abpnt the great topics
on which Americans require anil desire to be.
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tributors forms a roll of the repreaentativo men
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Subjects that concern the interests of
i-celre constant and special attention. Among;
topics.recently discussed are
"Woman Suffrage in Praciice"; "The Re
naisancenr Womau": "Women in Politics";
"The New Aspect of the Woman Question" and
"The Modem Girl," bv the author ol "The
Heavenly Twins": "The Fntnreol Marriage";
"hvilsof Early Marriages": "The Servant
Girl of the Future": "The Financial Depen
dence of Women": "Trades-Unions for
Women": "The Lack of Good Servants";
"American Life and Fhvsical Deterioration".
"Good and Bad Mothers": "The Tvrnauy of
the Kitehen": ' The Amateur Nurse" .Mark;
Twain's Defense of Harriet ShelleT, etc., etc;
fl New Feaure tor 1895
The Review will publish in I J chapters, be
ginning with the January number, the
Personal History of the Secorvd
a historical work of unsurpassed importance,
which will throw a flood ol new light upon tho
chequered ca.eer of Napoleon HI. and the in
fluences which led to the collapse of his Empire
in the gigantic struggle with united Germany,
under Y iihelin 1. and his iron Chancellor It
is as fascinating as a romance, being richly
anecdotal and lull of information drawn from
sources hitherto inaccessible, presented in the
graphic and vivacious style wtucn "ine
Englishman in Paris," by "the same author,
has made familiar to thousands of readers .
5o Cents a Copy; 35.00 a Year.
Tlie Nor ti American Review
3 East 14th St. New York.
The Si-ii-LKToNs. a new novel by Thomas
Hardy, will be beguu in the Decein'ber Num
ber, IMU, and coutiiiued to November. US.
Whoever may be one's favorite among English
novelists, it will be conceded by all critics that
Thomas Hardy stands foremost as a master ar
tist in liction, and 1 lit Simi-lktons may be ex
pected to arouse enthusiasm not infeaior in de
gree to that which has marked Tnim the most
successful story of the year. Another leading
ieature will be'the Pkesonai. Kkcoi.llctimns
Joan of Air. by the Sienr lnis de .'onto,
lit r Page and Secre'tary , under which gni?e the
most popular of living American magazine
writers will present the storv or the Maid of
Orleans. In theJannary Numlter will appear
a profusely illustrated paer on (in hies ron
and Tiir. Caiiolisas, the lirst of a series of
Northern Africa is attracting more attention
than at auy other lime since it was the seat of
empires. The next volume of Harpek's
Ma;azinc will contain four illustrate. articles
on this region, and three or them will depict
the present life there. Julian Ralph will pre
pare for the Magazinz a series of eight stories,
depicting typical phases of C)iinif. Livk and
M axneiis. " Besides the long stories, there will
begin in the January Nnnilier the lirst rhantera
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