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title: 'The Cape Girardeau Democrat. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1876-1909, March 28, 1896, Image 5',
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Everything of Local Form -To be
Found That Is of Interest.
A large crowd of young men as
sembled on the College baseball
ground yesterday to talk over the
matter of organizing two baseball
teams. We understand that a move
ment is on foot to lease a piece of
groundto fem-eup for a baseball park.
There are some lying tattlers in this
town who will see their names in print
one of these days, to their mortifica
tion. We have one or two spotted
There is nothing to hold Cape Gir
ardeau back but old fogyi.-m. We
have every advantage on earth to
maKe our town a nig. iiv
I). A. Xieholsti-is im-..:-....l ....,.,.-
t.V in this city and he will move here j
.-.bout the first of April. j
The Baptist folks are now occupy-I
ing their new church. They should j
fee! proud of their new house of wor- i
-hip for it is as nice as any church
building in the city.
The boys who per-ist in playing ball j
oi! tl.e public -til -et s should lie pulled)
ami p'.iuisii'-u. inis.-tr.-et ball play
ing is a violation of law an.! it should
e: . .
R. K. Gannon's horse ran
Saturday nightand s'lia-hed the spring j
v. agon to pieces.
Yi:rc-young men of .lackso:; were j
arri-sti'd S.tturdav night on suspicion :
f :ic!n,r the narties u!
parties who robbed the;
inckson post-o!"!.v on Thursday night
of last week. !
Strangers in the citv last Sattinla v !
wen- favorably impressed with
city as a nve besiness town. The
blockade of wagons and the hundreds
of p--op!e on Main sti-e-t gave the city
a tiooin appearance.
We i-M-nt to learn that William
l; rge,, wh:) has. hi-ii ill for two or
three week- is worse to-day llian at
any tim - since he took sick.
Ed. II Kng-l-nauu is age:.: in this
city for the Travelers Accident Insur
ance ! omiianv of Hartford. Conn, in
this c.nnp.inv von can insure against :
accident by the day. week, month or !
li. d. in this city. March iird Ivh; !
August W. il. lirinikhorst. son o;;
August a:i!! Losa LSrunkhorst. aged j
tour rears, three months and eighteen
Little August was a bright and
promising little boy the jietand pride ;
of his loving parents and his death
N a -hock to them that will cause their
hearts to ache and their eyes to shed
tears for many years to come. The
family hare the sympathy of a large
circle of fi iends.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: I have lx-en
troubled with rheumatism and lung
trouble for a numlier of years, can
r . ii
say i never nan any imng m-ip mi'
like your Family Cure.
Mi:s. H. WlN'iAKT.
Soli: at .1. Maple Wiisiui's drug sloi-i
Th Rejiiiblican City Central t.'oin
mi'tee met last night and organized by
electing L. H. Jraessle. chairman. K.
F. Llomeyer. secretary, and Richard
V.. .H...I1I1 tritteit iiliGri-uTltlv iri-nwlel'
a-i i character defamer
. . .
anil later on i
.e will have our say.
When the hunt wood factory is start
ed here there will be. a demand for all
tin- stiridiis dwelling houses in the
' 'm- big factory -.vill be followed by
oth-rs ami we exucct vet to live to sce
! 'e-i t ;-::!' a i a- big manufacturing
'ir milliners are opening up their
John Foley is having some repairs
put on his Spanish street property,
lb- vill move into his new purchase
Ti: big St. Charles Hot;-!, we a-v
e.-M re ':, will 1 oucn. d to the public
in a f Th - gentl.- ii.-n from
i'i:-..:.: .. i'i'e. Illinois. -,v. ai-- inform-
:. ":;:; -c -t -il air.
,.: a i.'iise t.- .:,- prop -rt.v.
: ;;:-ii''k-i'- iiav-- a li-lepin.-'.-
'; el-' iu Cairo. Illinois. I- ;.
--- . i- i -i-e .1 -'.;! VS : g'-eat
V..;-" C:.;r.-.. Tii.-y have gs-mt
' -, e :.-:ni--c dioiies in use and are
- : ,:u.r- ail the tin... V.l-y
:;... -..l.g t-.l -i.-.c-cs,
young man is a ce
.-.ho was -ent th
i ol l :ur.
Jackson at th-i January
Circuit -nirt foi' roitbin
drawer in a store.
.-i-?et-.-d last i
nl'it as committeman at large of the j
Republican City Central Committee, j
Toe DEMOCRAT kicked against the : Orand Spring oening at Mrs.
Eagle Packet Company because it ! Bader's millinery, dressmaking and
persisted in calling Cape Girardeau hair uessing store next Monday,
a way-landing in iu advertisement in i Every visitor will be presented with a
the St. Louis papers and now our ' handsome souvenir.
Board of Trade has been considering! Capt. John Langlois is in St. Louis,
the matter. Cape Girardeau is the j He wiil come out as first clerk on the
largest city in the Kagle Packet ' steamer City of New Orleans when that
Companie's run and our people are i boat comes out.
not satisfied with being dubbed as a The Fireman's Art Exhibit ojH-ned
"way landing" to-d.-y with. a good showing for a lib-
Jas. MeKenr.a is the most comfort- eral patronage. The exhibit is some
ably fixed widower in this i-ity. He ' thing llml everybody will admire, and'
has just completed a handsome room we. hope our p--o:j'e will treat the boys
on the second floor in his commission ' niceiy by giving them a liberal pa
house, where lie can now entertain his tronage.
lady friends. The room N furnished
in elegant style.
Our Hoard of Trade is at last get
ting down to business. At its i:;e.-t-
111 " 1 r.igr-it sunt,- important work
for the interest of the city was inaugu
rated an! committees appointed to;
l'J ' Kor:-
The Hoard of Diructors of the 'api
wu-ariieaii iu:iuing am;
ciution met last night.
Th" ihvnien have rlttcd up the big
room in th-. Masonic Mall in excellent
shai- for th"!r art exhibit and they
will have a lineexhibit . Th's is ome-
! thing that our people ought to f.at'-ou-
!;. rally, it win be iuterestin".
I instructive ami it is tor a good cause
Let ever;, "body ii-lp the boys out.
v is no: mm h interest heir -
ill "he cit e'ee! il el. The'v is,.
il" i.i.n: ill the city who has."
ji to olee. j, rj .
tin sold over a thousand :.
doll i;-s worth of goods
country m r-hant. Thi
ati exclusive wholes;;!.
ei ilay to a 1
irv goods ;
won! ! pav in thir
Th -Cane City St4-a:n Laundry is a
rg.-r eoi .n-i-a than most people have
innv idea of.
this enterprise our
I city has
bigger thiagtrian most p.-.-
: n--- -no1.-fiii-n
n growing- rig
Is tia ve . r,ii-;
e :. ..io;i-.t. HI
it a !iig ami
work t un: -.1
.:il'ilO::' .He;; ;
il. eased v;!
: iii- hoar- iu
s well known
At!-, auec 1:
vi ars. 'i'i
" t;" ''''X '
Capt. .lohn Lai;
Loui- to-da y to g;
'clerk on :h- steamer Citv of X.-u- ():
A gentleman from Carlv!
is in tne ci'y. Me came Ir-re to look
at some of our tine 'iuibered land with
a view oi purchasing. j
The case of Lorenz Hansen vs. the !
Citi.ens' Insurance Co.. appealed j
from the C.iue Girardeau Court of !
Common i'h-as. whs reversed and re-
inandeJ by the St . Louis Court of Ap- !
I; you a;-- ellious. try !.-. Sawyer's
' Little Wide Awake I 'Ills, you will find
i them just what you want. Try a five
jsampie. They do not grijie. Sold at
Maple Wiflson's drug store.
' TiU'sl. Y.
! The RepiiblicauCountyCentralCom
I mittei-met at Jackson vesterdav.
Raver will sell his pi-r-
ublic sale at Ar-
IMI.Il HU ill hi
- - -
lxr on the Mm day of April.
in -re will lie a ilemaiiii lor a large
nu-nlier of three and four roomcottage
I houses in the city when tin- In-lit wood
. factory is started hero.
Rudolph Halm received a very in
i teli-sting letter yesterday from Frank
'Can, who is seeing the sights in South
Dr. Rolston is going to house keep
ing next month, lie will raise garden :
There was a largererowd than usual
a I th-.- Hoard of Trade intvtiiig last
Jo- ami John Jaeger -.vent to St.
i.i iii-. Wcdi.e-day morning to attend
the :.--..: i.fth-.-ii- only sist.-r. Mrs.
..la . 'i'. ;it:c,;.rn who died at her hoir.--
: - a I
;- y-eigM ye;:
is a ie
u .. -t v so far as
-. .re-. ..- -i Farmers :tr
is .- a .-..a of the y.-.;r
farmers cannot com.- to
William Burgess is still improving ;
an 1 if he gets no backset he will soon :
Ih- able to attend to business.
Board of Education will meet
Monday night regular monthly meet-1
!Ioon Company will
ascension in this city
March from near
Mr.-. ili'l 'ren is now ivaiiy to show
ii r ci:st(,uie."sthe lateststyles in spring
and summer hats, bonnets and all
milliiie-y goods at Main stivet. A
riaiul.-u.v.o picture given with every
--.).'!' worth if goods. mar2sr.4T.
i-y.-.lM'.-al! Townsli!) Mcclini
( ouutv on vcntlo n.
Par-uant to th- unanimous vote of
the R --publican ' 'eutra! Committee of
Cape Girardeau I'ounty. Missouri, the
R-buhil.-ans of tin several townships
of sail! . oar.ty are requested, to hold
mass meetings, on Saturday. .jiril
is:h. Ivi.-;. for the purpose of choosing
de-e-ga: -- to attend tile Republican
C.niiitv 'onven'ion. t. be held in the
I i v 1 1 ! .; acusi ill. i ii
"r.u. 1 -1 - . .iiic-i said convention siiaii
i -ct (!;, -g.its t-i the S-. natorial 'on- j
cutiivi. ( 'ougr.-s-ional Convention;
::i. the 'c.vo Slat-- ( 'onvcr.t ion.-. !
'lie i lectors are rcijin steii. when!
olding township meeting's, to choose
;:icn;i)i-rs o? the Central Committee.
Tiie ratio of representation in said
convention shall be one del -gale for
each "i rules, or fraction of !") or
more, cast for the il publican Su-pn-nie
.1 ii -1 iu i a ii'l the d. ! egates
! 1:"U - ! a- n as prac
ir.iing to the Votes ca-t HI
; irec: net s of each ;.wn--!il i .
an. I the u ;.
A p-'ic' re
at 2 o'clock
1 couimit-cvu -in.
!yi! To'.vn-hlii. at t!i -. -rt ii-ci-e
in the city ot Jackson, at - o'clock
p. in., b! delegates an-i t vo i-oni.uiltn-me:;.
Cape '. Irani'-;; u lo.vnsiiip.
court boa--- iu the ci'y of Cap
j deau. at 7 o'clock p. in.. :!) di
! and .'! i-ommitteenicn.
at the I
Hubble Township, in the town of
give a balloon
tin- court house
2 o'clock. p. m.. II del- i tiienthal. Jr.. J. T. Xunn. .1. P. Kas
nniitteenian. j sell. Fred Kegenhardt. J. II. Hart.cll.
at 2 o'clock p. m.. :t
at '2 o'clo -k p. m.. 1
ll'ri IT. '
l.amlol loAn.-nip. at oricK sc.iooi
house in di-trict o A. ;;' 2 oclock . !
m.. s d.-lega; -s a i.l I coiniaitteema n. !
Shawm i'i n
iip. in the town f
Pocahontas', at '2 o'clock ii. m.. " -del
egates an-l I c iui:nitl-man.
lit the ivsider.ii
or John R. 1
m.. 1 d-legar
m-ese. at 2 o'clock p.
an I one coniinitteeman.
-Township, at Miller-
villi-, at i' c.o i; p.
and 1 coinuf :;e-:aan.
My or.l-r of t.v
( omuvtie -.
n... . "'l-srat-'"
' ountv cntral
:.. a .
I Pa Alt. Sect'y.
Mai-cii 2"i;'i. jst ;.
. 1 miiir is a Sure '! h::ig.
tioaru ol Traiie nte: V.'e.eu--
o eofsidet- :. 1 in ! i. - it ; .
-,. ;it!..f - .'.:.
d, . ;'
!:io .'. : '
i.e:.- ..v., I
u:hi:ng am: ;.:
liev in short urdc
( roiri and V.'oopliii: Com
Ballard's Horehoan-.i syrr
prompllv i-.-lieve Croup and Whooping
Cough. It will cure the worst Cough
or Cold. It never disappoints.
it Sold by Wilson Drug store.
- Mar-1, :.1-t. 1 .et everv'i. ..iv
Mr. Congressnun Mozley is extend
ing his acquaintance." He has had an
introduction to Ben Adams, of the
Cape Democrat and to the Republi
cans of his own coHnty, . (Stoddard)
quite recently. The more Dolly gets
aco uainted the more he doesn't seem
to get along. His accidental nomin
ation in l -'.M and his accidental elec
tion on the fall of the same year has
made an egotist of him. if nothing
more. He thinks he'll be the nominee
this fall. He's quite, sure he will. In
fact so sure of it is he that he isn't
announcing in any Republican papers
except in the way of an ad. marked
"l w. " Dolly popped the wrong fel
low when he struck Ben Adams, of the
Cape Girardeau DEMOCRAT. Itiner
ants don't want to monkey with Ben
very much. He'll stand a reasonable
amount of foolishness but he wont let
even a congressman nil) red pepper in
his eyes, as Dolly has doubtless found
out. In speaking of Doily the Dkmo-
CKAT savs it doesn't propose to sun-
port a hog for congress. And matters
a iv not much better in Stoddard conn
ty. Dolly's fences seem to be knocked
down faster than he can put them up
And it looks a little squally in But
ler as well. .Joseph T. isn't tearing
hims"lf in pieces for Dolly. Some o
the Democrats in the shoe string Dis
trict, however, seem to think Dolly is
all right so far as he goes. Already
I he has recommended the appointment
of one Democratic cadet, and they
seem to have good reasons for hoping
The fact is. and it cannot !e denied.
Mr. Mozley is makingthe Republicans
more annoyance than all the Demo
cratic congressmen elected from this
district for Jo years. This is too bad.
but it's true. Poplar Bluff Citizen.
j A Much-Married Woman.
j Mrs. Kowler. of this city, was mar
j ried last January to her sixth hus
! band, and strange as it may seem.
I five of them died exactly two years
from their marriage day. Her present
:msi an ! litis lie -n sick for the last four
months witU chronic iaunuie.- :i;n! w:is
givn u;, by four of our best physi -
cians: an a last resort he lv-gan using
jSulpher ititters. and yesterday told
; our reporter that they had saved his
iife. smilingly saying that he gue-s-'d
Mr, i-'ic.vier would, be unable to take
a seventh ltetter half for soni- time to
I iirum lor Jlay ( nurl.
T. T. i'rissell. Win. Diecke.-nann.
Hy. Mark.vort.- L. I'.. Kies. Jos. !'..
j Schmucke. U. M. Masterson. Hv. Al-
eb. Siemers. ('. F. Miller. Christ,
ross. 15. M. Thomiison. V. B. Mever.
Laker. (Ji-eer Hitt. Fred Hart-'
Sr . Kd. Koch. Krnst Bruhl.
Cox. .Ino. Wilferth. K. H.
1,'i.imk.n ri.:-:A.s otkt.
(has. Bed well. C. C. Haupt. -Hy.
Wehllemever. Si- . Wm it si!en.f.ii.
j j. ,,. ,..,jK ,:,,-, Hoffmann. Hv'
Reutzel. Geo. F-. Chapp.ll. R. IT.'
Juden. J. A. Matteson. J. H. Strat- !
man. H. !'. Siemers. Wm. A. Ruffner.
A.J. D. Burford. T. V. Morgan.
.Ino. Kesterson. Aug. J. I'hillips
! s.UI1,le, ,;..,,,,.,,
W. G. Hane(H-k. (;.
v. Carlton. Xich. Amo.s
P. H. Ful-
ltMay ! us tueli fortou. ;
Mr. Fi-.-! Miller. Irving, ill., writes j
; that Ii .-had a Severe Ivi.iney trouble 1
' y "'' 'i!h severe" pains in
! nis back and also taat his bladder i
j was erTectc: . He tried many so called I
1 Ki-lnev cures but with out auv "ood I
! tvsult." About a year ago he b-gaiC
1 use oi 'Electric Bitters and found relief ;
j a" .e-ce. El.i-t'-i.- Bitt.-rs is e sin-dally i
a lapti'il to cure ot all Kulney and !
Liver trouoies ami oiten gives almost
:;:-;: lit relief. Ine trial will prove
oc,r stateni -nr. Pi-i.-e oniy .'.ii cents
for large l.ottle. At iJlomeyer Ha
man's ilrug store.
i.lsl ol Mall Matter
?:':!u:!i:i:s- ii::cailtsl fur in t!it- )Kist oltice of
Cain- liirar-lraii, county of Ca- ijiranli-an,
Missouri, fer th. wrek
ml in it i
iSroi-. ii. Mr. V.'ili'ain
ijawac'c1. Lien. A.
!l;-.r .Mr.- 1 r..!a
!!.:.. lr.-tii.ark. Lillic
Ja. .i M:-. M.irtlia
.L lll.-ov. s. il.
i. It.-ii.ii-, Mi- 1.
oth.r. A '.V.
Wets-. Mi Mi.Mi-W:!m-:i.
Mrs. It. J
lh-in w, -lam.-. M.
Uray. Miss A. I.
llalikota. Mr M. K
Ji-aoiiii, Jlr.-. A.
1't-aro.l, -luhti A.
SliejJi.ar.i, Mr. Hunry
V..-:io, Misf Ethel
Williams. Newell F.
itai.ar 1. T.Ir. itoia..
I. t-i'is .-aiu.is l..r any
i Hit. ahuve ieu.-r
w iii i'i .-.iv --A.iv.ni-eil. S:vr.::: .;;..'- i:l
-.1:.. lUt.. 1. i-it i aicii s.r whidii wc.-kt
;.- - jrill t:. s.. .t ;n '. i;. n.i Letter Ollice at
VVioliciirtoa 1 it . . O. t ItAMKl:
. i t'.e;. a'
. A ;.i;
:" W:.:. .!.
i .'-. rtxjt leail.ij.l.
A. i. Sawyer: D -ar dmitur I
us.-d and sold your Family Cure
x. client resoulis. It cuiv.i me
of tee rtieumattsm anil l nuv. am ..u
...... .. ..t.l rxl hm. Tint ;.n :iini Ill-
, '.' ' -.,..5. . .m,n
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's drugstore.
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
I'ine Groceries. Feed. Fruits, Ktc,
No. T, Main St.
CI IAS. J. IIAMAN,
toots ami Shoes Kxclus: dy,
, ..; Main St.
STI KDIVANT BANK,
Cor. Main ..V Themis Sts.
P. H. DKMPSKV.
Wholesale and Retail (iroci
i JAS. McKKXXA & CO..
I i .... i :.. ti;.i.... iri ic,,..., !.'..
. ii-.vieis ill iiiuc.-, vvi, v in.-, i-.lv..
Cor. Themis & Water Sts.
MRS. .1. WARNER,
Haarig Meat Market.
1 Good Hope Street
: J. MAPLK WILSOX.
j Druggist and Stationer.
117 Main St.
I'alvanized Iron House Fronts. Stoves
i GEO. G. KIMMEL,
i Attorney at Law and Xotary Public.
102 Main street.
THE NEW IDLEWILD.
Semi-win-kly St. Louis and CajK- Gir-
A, CMENFE. The Jeweler.
.. ... . ,
--"'vci-waiv. atch ivpainng.
Aug. Schivelbine. Prop.
' v liolesaie ana
i Cor. Spanish ami Indepen
j Attorney at Law.
' IndeiHindence stivet.
I XIOX MILLIN(; CO.,
'nil Roller Flour. Feed and Meal.
Mill'ijery and Xotions.
(i. W. TRAVIS.
p. A. HOCP.
i tu r.itiu .- ami I r.di
No. tie Mai!
i Notary I 'id
- lti.J Loan .v
1 ' V
AI!!N!'I !.' VIOK N. . I It t. -N. -.'
Ii. r.-l.v L'i-..-;. ti.al it tt-rs..! a.niiiia.-tr iti Mi
s ' in.:. ''. .'statei.f K-lwar-l Wathi-n. .-
' iiave ha--n irrante.1 to Tiie innier.-iiriii-.l l.y tiie
Ca tjirur-leau Court 01 1 011111.1.:. I'leas. ol
Cain liiranlean coimtv. Missouri, iiearitiir .late
the tli iiay of Feliruary. Ist,;
All H-r.soni havinir claims aitaiiist f-ail estate
are nsinin-il to exhibit tnera to him lor allow-anrr-,
within one yar from the .late of said let
iers, or they may "be ).relnilej rroin ny benellt
of i.arh estate; and if said claims h not exhibit
ed within two years from the date nf the publi
cation or this notice, thev will be forever
haired. ROBERT ii. RAXNEY,
W. G. r'OLACK,
Dea'er in tleneral Merchandise.
H. S. DEAXE,
Real Estate and Insurance.
102 Main street.
JOHN H. SANDER & SOX,
Groceries. Dry Goods and Xotions.
Cor. Sprigg Williams Sts.
Gunsmith, and dealer in Firearms.
Star Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
YOGELSAXGER & REYNOLDS
Hardware and Farm Implemnts.
One door S. of First National Bank.
G. W. BAHX.
Wholesale and Retail Hardware,
b), 12 & 14 X. Main St.
F. H. VASTERLIXG,
Dealer in Dry Good and Groceries.
Cor. Broadway and Middle Sts.
JAMES B. DEXXIS.
Attorney at Law.
Cigars and Smokers Articles.
:i Main stive t.
J. X. WHITELAW,
Dry Goods. Clothing. Boots and Shoes.
I. BEX. MILLER, -Drugs,
Books and Stationery.
o ii 7 Main strvet.
EDWARD S. LILLY,
Hardware. Warehouse-oil Spanish St.
.'"! ..- t-'t Main stni-t.
K. II. EXGMLMAXX.
Office at Court House.
lrescott House. 2ii Main St.
M. A. Scott. Proprietor.
Be-t Meals in the City.
COW G ILL iv YOUNG.
Tiie Barbel s, i-.lso Ifot and Cold Baths
South Main St.
:'!X:ER .".! A ." i '
! ( 'ari-ts.
' v -
- -i-a: I-e'.-ce;'
1" 1 i- ills.
e.c.e ..- : .- . Tee eo-
eartic ;.-!'; :.e;-.-t. r.-: e.-.i-ting ..ruler
til.- ji.ttl.e I,;, ixaec.iei..- .111. 1 Sons
at Rancl . Mo., ii. the saw mill and
Limber bu.ii.iess is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. The business will
be continued by Albert Kaechele. who
assumes all liabilities and collects all
debts due the old tirm.
March 13, im.