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"A BAGGAGE CHECK"' Opera
House, Feb. 5
MUSICAL ENTEIIT A IN M EXT M .
E. Church, Opera House, Feb. 10.
Young Men's Society of the Nor
mal. Opera House. Feb. 22.
Hall. Feb. 22.
Krerythtnc of Local Form To be
Found That is of Interest.
This is a list of the graduates of the
public school who will receive their
diplomas tomorrow: Alma Buehr
aaann, Elma Buehrmann, Ouida
Brooks. Mata Ba-tols, Rosa Chi. An
tonio Astholz. Marguerite Oliver, Ger
trude Alexander, Chas. DeLisle. Fred
Pott. Will Woody. Robert Eckhart
and Henry Hueneke.
of Bird's Point, Mo
has issued a prod
ing a quartine against Charleston and
Jiear ricinty on account of the small-
Tom Juden returned home from St.
ouis afterspeadinga week on pleasure ; Henry Bruihl. of Oak nidge, is j ..rne Fa"e of Virginia" bv Mar-' ffeth'' with just enough coherence to
and business. . here attending the Common Plea, . oiiver-eaptiv ated the a udienee. ! 'atly resemble a plot. It is like
J. F. Gordon. Circuit Clerk and Re- J Court. : a bold quick step, she approach-! other so-called farce comedies in this,
cerder and Sun Hayes of Gayosoj The Prosecuting Attorney of Pemi-; ej the front of the stae. and in a : but is unlike many of them in being
are in the city to-day and they gave I scot county, is in the city a witness in j voice which was loud and clear and i n wy really bright and clever,
che Democrat office a friendly call, j the Common Pleas Court . ' could be hard through theentire hall. Ther are singing and dancing t pecial-
Maj. Brooks came in yesterday from The St. Louis Republic's cor- i delivered that pretty piece in a master j tio in abundance, some amusingeome
Arkansas where he is surveying the j respondents finished their work this j way. ;dians and a half dozen very pretty
-oate forthe extension of tbeSt. Iouis. ' morning and departed fur Arkansas. ' Tonie Astholz followed in '"What Sprls. .
Cape Girardeau Fort Smith Rail- ! pae ferrvboats are doing a vorv j Bssie Saw" and her graceful gest-' Tte Tni0y Quadrille in e last act.
road. Mr. Brooks is flighted with I busing. ' ' ures and sweet voice won the audience. -'r" Ke"-V " ngali and W
-he country through which he has;
v .ir,.i..r?ir..i At,x s.-h'i.h.-rt his
ue j.i.irsianu iapt. SLnain..n .a
A Baggage (."h.vk'
Boss o; Sakmann
booked for r.xt
.-oi.m Eciv iia'v.'ivd and w
'heir ytck sou? ll-n- this ..
Why i- it that se ' our
.-:iiry iripr the u'-pt'tr
Th W ".r.g Men' 1-o -i"ty
N-r:::;il i iaartig -.ab-.iu.c ;
t-:.o:i f..r a musical ciiucert
::;;lie it "
J.'L:i aiku:ar. a- gu
!.'. ""s to .":v'L:i. :t tjri
;vr; s.cus--.' several :' .-stn-lus-
.if mert-hai.t. .t 1
iilo. y .
.ay at.d ga'.c 'J- a j-i-.-.i-Tit
rYerai o: .r.-;;s St
( iii r T-u-n have i.;:ara:i'ii'
act ..:.t of r-f.iaii-i'O:.
' haile.-tor. p.ipt-rs jy that it ail
ttucallcd ior as that dt-eaued dieae
in their citv is rt thing of the past.
The culltert on Morgan Oak is be-
Ross .v Sackmann aiv having their
n.-w toro rtivorau-ii with a nice coat
.;.f paint which will give it a very at
' active ai'iear::iee.
: .V Y. r k. .
Tile ?t. Lj'.lis ll-.-i'ui'iic'; co r. -..nts
s.-eiueo to o weij '.teae-i
ourti'v ar-i spt-ce i:i hig'i ;.r;U:.'
't. Ilo oulu they siK-ak otherwis-'r
H'aoy did as al! strangers da whc -"i-i'
Joe Albert ha lost his
Adam Frank is again abh
Tho Ciiiumoa Picas Court
session next wek. Ose -. a-
. a; a:) j
wiii b in
has bejii i
-, -t for next v. eunesuay.
The representative of the St. Louis j
Republic who an he v to writj up oar i
itv wre surprised to find a city in .
, .., i
sue; ii.s j
Soutlivast Missouri with so
Capt- Burton informs us that the :
steamer Idiewild will come out early
sext month and entrfr the traie in herjmus-c and solos by some of the best
old run between St. Louis and Cape i
. .... Tit. !
.1. Dan ueane. oi i aroonuaie. iu.. .
is in the city. Mr. Dea-e is in tne
. . , ..."
notei ousiness l v aroomiaie. i
otl nnrnl on. Main street last
..".. , . i
night but no one hurt. ,
Hina C. Schultz. of Pemiscot county. !
is in tbe city attending the Common
County Clerk. William Paar is a
witness in the Common Pleas Court.
August Goyert, Robert Tirmen
stein and George H. Bienlein. of Jack
son, were in Vie city yesterday.
Maj. Brooks and J. E. Franklin
re having a law suit in thi Commen
Pleas Court this week.
Charley McDomall will wind up the
-Jadea grocery store this week.
The Charleston Democrat wants
The Republic reporters Tisited the
Normal. College and the Public
CoL G. C. Thileniut entertained the
Republic correspondents yesterday.
Dr. Hayes, of Pemiscot county, who
is here a witness in the Commoi Pleas bid adieu to this grand old institution
Court, tells us that this is his first J which hat done so much nay, you
visit to the Cape since 1?52. The town j might say all to start them along
was then a little village. j the path of victory and fame, where
Wanted, information of a small j witn a Sood strong will, ambitien
tan-colored pup which strayed fromnd energy, they can rapidly scale
owners place on Frederick street the itbe ladder of success and perch ahigh
first of the week. ; 3 men and women of mark.
Mrs. Fannie Gawronski left yester
day to visit relatives at New. Douglas.
Gus Themson is a plaintiff in a case
in the Common Pleas Court. Mr.
xnompson is never nappier man wnen j ranged and caught the eye of every
he has a law suit ea his hands. J one in aenilance. As our gaze fell
John T. Wood, of Jackson, is in ! upon those two simple, yet appropri
the city doing jury service in the ' ate and well-chosen lines, it recalled
i Common Pleas Court.
John Folev purchased Adam Frank's
i Spanish street property yesterday,
We have not learned what the price
, wac ft.nivwtrt, ,t tV-
. - ... .
ma?a b..i at tn? Cir.t riouse la,t
John t o.ev will move into the house
tuf,ned from '
-t will thf:
irt ja-I! ".vit'.-n :: '.ve:
his :o:v f-.-r g.'a
i;u i Aivxacder.
si:i;). i;i the i itv
in g. ! ?ta ;U:ng v
i;.on-v i: '.ivt
ting aatnsT te ,
tuotcer tr.e Citv v.sr
Hotel :it;ll,ll:.j 'vil!
.r.:-.;:T in atM.ut two
r.ot..-l men wiil make
t.-" t t- Vu"'i'n
eit. Sr.. fo
l-vt lot of cake ar.-1 wine.
The colored ventriloquiat who was j
here la-t week paid Jackson a visit
I ur 1 ote.s have oeen Uoicg a very
good bussi:ie?s this we-"
(!. McLiin was in th
l sucli a ponr
siers have co' -
auirg wi0': t-
kro - not
in a -hurt
r.gregatiou oi noisy ty on i
. corners should b stopwd. :
R u:e:aber ihe rausica: entertain- ' -ted,
nient at the Opera House on Febuary : Mr. Will Hirsch is a pronilav-t :ier
M. Tickets on sale at J. Maple Wil- j chant of Haarig while the bride is the
s-on's drug store. ! daughter of Henrv Mevst-cit our wei't
ii'ii- r- M.-.-krti-i ., still nacWino-; known park pacier.
1 this s -ason.
will meet next
1 The Citv Council
Mondav night in regular session.
The 'ounty Court will he in session
nearly all next week.
Prof. W. D. Vandiver. president of
,ie i ;i!v i.iramcau -orraa. s-nooi.
wi;i lecture in the Methodist Church
for the Swnetit of the church Thursday
His subject is "The
Battie of Waterloo.'' There
talent of the town. As we are anxious
to have a large attendance the prices
,-ii u n,, 1,..- ,i,i r,tp5 (n,
- ---- '-"' .
aa pupi.Mn an sc-i.ool3 oom m lou
Unrf .-nuntrv. It all who amieeiate
a r "" J
treat oe srre to auenu
Unsolicited, I. as a simple act of
juitice take this method of thanking
the Travelers Insurance Company of
Hartford. Conn., through its local
agent John L. Way. St. Louis, for
the prompt and just manner they ad
justed and paid, by check, my claim
for injuries received from falling into
the trap door of a deep cellar in the
night time. I cannot help recommend
ing the company to travelers, as just,
prompt and reliable.
Cape Girardeau, Mo., Jan. 23, '96.
TB Graduating I Exercises at the
fa bile School.
The large exercise hall at the Pub
lic school was crowded last Wednes
day night with little folk and their
parents, accompanied by friends and
vis'tors, to witness the exercises of
the graduating class, and the farewell
address ef these little folks as they
The little stage was very nicely
decorated with cedar, and in the cen
ter, at the back of the stage, appeared
these lines: "Is this the end?" ''I
know it cannot be." The letters were
made of cedar anS verv nicelv ar-
'to us our happv school bov davs of
ag ago when we trod the same path!
j ieh these bright-faced little ones ;
j are now following. ;
j The evening program was opened i
; with the song. -Flower of Liberty. "!
b. the lini, olki. whic was niceiy
i ivmiwi i
; Rosa Uhl in "Bingen on the Rhine"
won Imiil ftrTl:l'l n 3ii1 Ptm Riilip-
, . r . ... ... .
; mann in ner beautiful rendition of:.- , r . . , . .
'.,. .. is a brwad nie. of comedv. but it is
' ineLast tivmn.
i : . ..
The Last Hymn."
was gooc. a
and Will Mo-Jv in
lhe Quarr.-1 o!
'Brutus asd Cait;-."
; i;in;a K.l. hntiann aa- iur
, nicriv i-e:.derc
, The across e: I
t .. .
we.crnen ar. l e(
leo- ana tne ii-tie f, ;S
' :t::t auJieit'-e ii-t
iVra. Wce'.okf. IV l.v:
'a:i of Ki'.'.catio::. in a
iO:-i;iV :::- t':v.-nted '
i- '; the g:-ah;ates ana
s lit'':- -'.k!- Ms a:i-.i t
ta-k lull give:
bv t.:-- i "
a - e I. .
iT th-? 'era ili:.;.-..' '.'.'cj
f.;c a v- ry vlea-ir.g :t
to the -ike: or ;.!:
Li the ball.
er.M.i- 'a to ci
1: the tta.I
itot iu cro-c.iei. Some of the
: co-t .-'n.-; 'A'orr. i.a!i''st.'Lie :T-:t.-u
' : ma.-l: -eni.-..l t' he -o
' thorough". j" 'iisgui-e;: "ha" g.tltion
en o'clcK'k when th order.
imasjcs t.tr. was given taere was lots of;
amusement. So comj)!etely had some
of tbe ma-kers hidden their identity
i t'ailt j;,. f.-jends wei-e hardlv able to
i-ntlfy th-:n after the masks were
H irsi :i !v stein.
! v '.'.tv, ::ig a:o. ::. i-:ie..i:ct:on wi:---;i
j.ror.e-.--. - C tt;.-n o of thr l ajs 's
charming young pe.plc. Tne con
tracting parties ;i tnis oceas-ion were
Mr. Will Hlr-eh and Ms ! Mev-
t,l. .s.iv.monv t..'.- ..la. r'r.e is si.
i dence of the bride's parents on Fred-
i e'k. No exivnse was spared
! in the decoration of the Ixrautiful little
residence and those presut weiv be-
wildeivM at th- magnificent deco
i w-nn.. There wei- .ti!v about fortv
;in atndai:-e. but tho'se who weiv
( f,.,,.n., ..,.,,,,.. ,... (.. ivm
, ioi lunate enouga i oe
a mwr,. sociable
th diJ cn thU o,vas?j
j fheii. manv fns extended their
j contfratulations ana wished them long t
an(J pPO?p..rity. and so does the
Democrat extend to them its lest
wisnes oi a long ainl nappv marrieu
i.. . . . .. . ,
life, and may tneir pathway tnrougn
,.f wi h ft of ricU
! - . . ., .
ana iragrant r.owers. ana may icey
meet with no obstruction that will mar
their happiness or send a pang ef pair,
to their loving hearts.
v v i r. t
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not. have now the op
portunity to try it Free. Call on the
advertised drsggist and get a Trial
Bottle. Free. Send your name and
andress to H. E. Bucklen & Co.. Chi
cago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills Free, as well as
a copy of Guide to Health and House
hold Instructor. Free. Ail of which
is guaranteed to do you good and cost
you nothing. Blom'eyer d: Hainan's
"A Baggage Check."
When that combination of absurdi
ties called "A Baggage Check" was
; ter last season the patrons of the
Avenue Theater pronounced it "a hot
show." It is back at the Avenue for
all this week, and the two big audi
ences which saw it yesterday afternoon
and evening said it was a ''hotter"
show than ever. All the best people
of last year's production have been
retained, and the company has been
"npruveu o; sirengioeuiag es
parts. The show made a decided hit
"A Baggage Check" is merely a
string of amusing incidents put to-
! "7"". Ar."
' an -lie ki;ii; dpiTviauru ?mec7 ihi-
: hv wa nlavd Jwr lint mvntlv. Tt
neatlv eone with no suggestion of
wrthy of note are
the Nichols sisters.
the dances of
!. duct by Mr.
ot!'i: Miss Me
olos of Miss
a very ;ivtTy
dance of Mr. Mar
and Mrs. Kfllv.
When I'm Gone. " the
Livingston. :.vii lias
.iiri in c(t't:i!'
Century Girls. :il-Mi-s
auu t-ie 1
;irettv ar.fi ;
e n;a s
Xi' hols. vh.
o on i
with go:: 1
s in la-
to show h
co p.; liar..
!a-,i-ii in :'
or.boy h.;- a ch.ir.iv
vn a :ii. :r:-'i
Mr. Martlu-fi il; e :
: -a t.-r of Rut's, the'
U. hel; along th- ij-r- 1
o'.i.e-.-s in the ca-t are j
L ;v; li'.-i-d of taeut.
rtni.nt. A.: i
up to a:: :ia i-
- f." "v: lie ICy.
;.ve:nng 1 o.-i.
i.lul lor Ass
iheiv in today'
the announcement of J. r ranK Cala
well, who is a candidate for Assessor,
i Mr. Caldwell is a son of -T. F.
Caldwell who wa
for several Years
' o'ae of the Judges of the Cotmv Cotir:
at ten vear
in tais co.::
. Y. Ka ;eri:il a tuen t. i
. v:i e;-:ai!::ncnt at j
all Tu-r-dav night v.a- a I
A. ' J
gr-i!;d t:.at t; our clttrens. i :io Lui !
was ni'eil to over;!o-.vi:ig and the en-
taintavnt was r.tore than wa expected. I
It -.vr.s !-ne. It was delightful and it;
picas ?d everybody. The lecture by j
W. H. Mliier. Grand Master Work-j
man. of Missouri was the best lecture :
of ti e kind ever listened to in this
cit . Tne speaker was at times elo-
uent anu ms worus were poniu.-u anu
j full o! information pertaining to this
, grana oruer.
. Th- little humo.-oiis talk by Dr. G.
v' Travis was very appropriate and
: very pleasing to the audience.
! The music was fine, and too much
1 praise cannot tx; ie5ioweu upon ine
evening than ! young iaau-s ana tne young genne
,n i man who had charge of that part of
j Sunday afterneon Officer
ragen discovered a lot of boys
' :.ui i u-.o-;,r
log rraps IU IIKIUIUWI u...we.
; ,v,tcbod the ame Tr0gressing for
i lnutes du-in which '
.vve. al minutes cu.jng unicn
took the names of the participants.
Ktf ten went arond and entered the
j nd when the hoys diCOvervd his
j pre;?ence tney scrambled over the lum-
ber and out of the yards in an ineredi-
icih" .-ho'-t time. However, Officer
Stoffran had their names and this
morning he had warrants sworn out
for the wayward bors who will now
get a taste of the law.
Ballard's nov Liniment.
There is no pain it will not relieve'
no swelling it will not subdue, no
wound it will not heaL It will cure
frost bites, chiblains and corns. Sold
bv Wilson Drug Store.
Directory of the Principal Business Houses.
The following is published daily for the
benefit of traveling salesmen, strangers and
the public generally. It cannot fail to prove
of interest to all who intend transacting busi
ness in Cape Girardeau.
H, STRATMAN, j W. G. POLACK.
Fine Groceries, Feed, Fruits, Etc, 1 Dealer in General Merchandise.
No. 3 Main SL 621 Broadwar.
CHAS. J. HAMAN, j H. S. DEANE,
Boots and Shoes Exclus!-sly, J Real Estate and Insurance.
Ao Main St. J Main street.
STURDIVANT BANK. JOHN II. SANDER & SON,
Capitol 50.000. Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.
Cor. Main & Themis Sts. Cor. Sprigg & WiUiams Sts.
P. H. DEMPSEY, I GOTTFRIED HARTUNG,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer and GuMmlth, and dealer in Firearms.
Commission Merchant. ' ,
North Levee. Broadway.
JAS. McKENNA i CO.. BEX GOCKEL,
Dealers in Hides. Wool, Furs. Etc. Star Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Cor. Themis & Water Sis. Spanish Street.
MRS. J. WARNER, YOG ELS ANGER & REYNOLDS
Haarig Meat Market. Hardware and Farm Implemnts.
Good Hope Street, One door S. of First National Bank.
J. MAPLE WILSON, G. W. BAHN,
Druggist and Stationer, Wholesale and Retail Hardware.
117 Main St. 10, 12 & 14 N. Main St.
VOGEL & BRUNKHOKST. F. H. YASTERLING,
Galvanized Iron House Fronts, Stoves Dealer in Dry Good and Groceries,
and Tinware. Cor. Broadway and Middle Sts.
' JAMES B. DENNIS.
GEO. G. KIMMEL. ot T aar
. Attorney at Law.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Main street.
102 Main street. 1
THE NEW IDLEWILD, f.. AVG- ,BII1
iiii. . , . , Cigars and smokers Articles.
emi-weeklv St. Louis and Cape Oir- - r.;
ardeau Packet Company. 3 Mam street.
AL CHENCE. The Jeweler.
Silverware. Watch repairing.
Aug. Schive'bine. Irop.
Kent nek v Bourbons.
"THE BEE STORE."
Wholesale f ttd Retail Dry liooils.
I or. Spa!iih and Independence stive'
R. i '-. R A XX MY.
Attorney at I.uv.
IniieT nJe!i-e tixvt.
rxii-x niLLixt; n.
i'r. l Roller i'!-.ur. F-.vi ami Meal.
Mi' Itt itv '111(1 Xotiou-.
(.1. V.'. TRAYIS.
I . n'i..
Malr. s;. , t.
i liOi H.
it us- a::-; C.-. '.-..ik,:
M-tin t i
V.". "". LEI.CM.
.-.;.;; Rc.i K.fa?..-. v olh-, ;lng
": Loan Agent. Main Themis
c V' '!; 15i:i-:very o- ;ck
Mar'ifact'trers of I'tav Lng..;- Ttee.-.
Extra 1'al- Bt:e .'.-r and lev
Made frotu Diilled Wat-r.
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Dry Goods. Clothing. Boots and Shoe.
I. BEN. MILLER.
Drugs. Books and Sta'ionery.
5 & ' Main street.
! EDWARD S. LILLY.
I Hardware. Warehouse on Spanish St.
i'l .V So Main street.
rh H. ENGELMANN.
)rli-v at Court House.
1'iVM-o't House. 2; Main St.
M. A. s-.-ott. Proprietor.
iie?.t Meals in the Citv.
C .'.YiiiLL YOUNG,
Th.' Uariu-i-s. : 'so Hot and Cold Baths
.south Main St.
sim;iii: maxufactuiuxg co.
.1. A. Hanson. Manager
DAYID A. C-LENN.-Wholesale
r.n.i Retail Dry (ioods.
C.ir-vt-:. 27 Main Street.
HENRY :.l sRAl"M.
Dealer in Dry t; o!.s. Groceries. Roots.
Shoe's and iietn rai Merchandise
F C. WxDY.
' Photograph (ialiery
iBtt. St. Chav'rs Hotel ,v Court Houe
oy Mail Postage Prepaid.
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ST. LOUIS. MO.
PftQTEaT YQUR EYES.
UK. M. BIISCHBEIC,
Tlie well-ktovn Eve i'xprt cr SO K 14 Stint. 3ew tot..
and Si9 Olive St., t. Louie. io.. he titointrd . 1 .
Coerreru hit pcrt fnt bi eelelrateil on-Cht-geMe Bfrr
taele and Eve-Clarfes Ibere Glattea are tbe pTeatest -Tent
ion evein-ace in apeetaelea. ard rrrtj aiT forehand i
rnaraoteed, hi that at ar.y tirre a ebarce ia neeefMTj Ik
matter bow wratcbed the lenaes). tbey wiil fnrclth tbe pn .
with a new pair ol Glateen, tree of eharae.
Wm. H. toerreT baa a foil aMortrneDt, and Invites al a
wiah to aatiafv themaelvea of tbe treat anperiorty of tb. e
alaaea over an'r and all othera row in nae, to fall and i
amioe them at' WM. H. COEKVIR'S
Sole Agent for Cape CbaTdeae. tto
ie Hleee ataaope uHea-ChBceak .
o moult irrrtiiD.