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j -oca i Form To be
Found That is of Interest,
When it rains before seven a. m. it
clears up before eleven a. ra.
Lail & Hoffmann's saloon closed
Saturday, and Knehlmer will close
this week. That new addition to Jack-s-on
did not walk up as promised and
sijrn the saloon keeper's petitions for
licences and they failed to ret enough
signers to comply with the law.
A little ill, then a little pill. The ill
is gone the pill has won. DeWitt's
Little Karly Risers, the little pills
that cure great ills. J. Maple Wilson.
There are some people in this town
who will be kicking when the judg
ment day comes. They will want the
Lord to hold up a day or two till they
can send off for something to take
along with them. There is nothing
at home good enough for them.
A wheelman passed through the city
to-d:iy on his way to Douglas county.
The young man left Ohio, his home,
last Tuesday and arrived in this city
this morning. He informed us that he
made an average of one hundred miles
a day when he traveled.
We might tell you mine about One
Minute Ci.ugh Cure, but you probably
know that it cures a cough. F.very
one does who has used it. ft is a per
fect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarse
ness. It is an especinl favorite for
children. le;ng pleasant to take and
fjuick in curing. .1. Maple Wilson.
Farmer Uurrough came in from his
farm this morning looking
picture of an honest fanner.
the very j
were enclosed m a pair of brogan plow
nofs. his hat was ornamented with a I
new tangled clover bloom and his
hands and face showed that he had
1 - 7 . 1
iM-en uoing woru on a larm under a i
There were several head
inning at large on the streets to-dav. !
What's the matter with the city au
thorities that they do not make any
effort to enforce the stock law. It is
high time something was being done
in that direction. If the present offi
cers can't enforce the law let them re
sign and the jieople will elect some
body that can.
After this v.t k there will be only
one saloon in Jackson and after the
lirst of November the old county seat
will again be a blind tiger town. What
fools sonic people can make of them
selves. Joe I'ueith is building himself a
lesid. r.ee uj on Sprigg street.
Ir. A. P. Saw.yer: I have l-n
troubled with rheumatism and lung
trouble for a numlvr of years, can
say 1 never had any thing help n:e
like your Family Cure.
Mi:s. H . Wixuakt,
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Our new Street Commissioner is a
worker. lie is cleaning up the streets
nicely and he makes a full hand him
self. Ice cream and strawlx-rries were
served at the (Inn Club rooms last
r.ight. The memK'r-. of the club are
all !-.vLo!a!ers and anythingstronger
that: -vateris excluded from their festi-
V "l ' s.
it is not a l.iiraele. It won't cure
everything, but it will cm-.- piles.
That's wh:-t DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve wiii do. because it has done it
- iiu.'iiii'eds ofeases. J. Maple Wilson.
nir mi'.iiners are doing a good bus
'aess and they never complain of hard 1
times. The ladies must have fashion
able hats and bonnets, and the fashion
'ha mre so often that the milliners arc
There will lie a-.i adjourned term of
the 'ounty Court in June. j
l. !5. Seibi'rt is not a candidate for
cilice and he i!l be at liberty to sieak '
hists 'i:ti;nents in the discussion with
i.... r .,iwi .! !
It's just as easy to try One. Minute
Cough Cure as anything else. It's
easier to cure a s-'vere cough or cold
with it. Lt your next purchase for a
eh be One Minute I'ong'n Cure.
Better medicine: better result: !ettir;
try it. J. Maple Wilson. i
Our svmnathv is extended
Democratic editor who
A Democratic editor i:i this
i-:tv ;ias all the trouble he can .stand !
in the newspaper business. .
sheriff Randol took a prisoner up
to .leiferson City Monday and the
Sheriff then went on St. Joseph.
i "lark .iaiaes says there are tots of
sutiirn Is over in the Illinois hills.
Everybody wants to see the big St
Charles Hotel ojiened fiefoiv the meet
ing .m the DemtK'mtie Congressional
convention, but there isr.o indications
yet iiiat it rt'ill be open at that time.
The City Marshal informs us that
the "ity Attorney has given it as his
onir.iou that stock riming at largo on
out lots cannot lie disturbed by thot
officers. The City Marshal certainly
must be mistaken.
it's all the same, a slight congested
iuiigs or severe cough. One Minute
finish Cure banishes them. J. Maplj
Take a dose of DeWitt's Little
Early Risers just for the "rood they
win uo vou. nese little fills are
(rood for indication, ov.ntl W
, , , ,. ,.
ache, good for liver complaint. rood
f ..;. . ' , ,
vyi v-ViiOLlaLlUIl. J.UCV itFC "UUii. J
M ap!e Wilson.
Wednesday j for Cairo to-day to attend the funeral.
John S. Hill, of the Marble Hill
Al Chenue has leased the Painter Press, an old war horse in the printa
lot between the St. Charles Hotel and torial harness is in thu city, having
Edward S. Lilly's hardware store and ; arrived Thursday afternoon to attend
he will put a building on it for his ' the Press Association.
The Democrat worked hard to have
the money question discussed by a
freo silverite and a sound money man.
but the discussien is off. A powerful
Democrat up at Jefferson City had ; crat, J. F. Martin, of the Charleston
something to do with preventing the j Enterprise. Ernest Larey. of the Sikes
discussion from taking place. ton Democrat and lady. Webb Wat-
We did all we could to bring about kinti' ,r tne Dexter Messenger. A. J.
that discussion of the money question, , Thrower, of the Dexter Democrat.
We got the men close together but not ' For every quarter in a man's pocket
close enough to argue the money '. there are a dozen uses: and to use
question. ' each one in such a way a to derive
We know a man in this town who ?n'-' -re:'test benefit is a question every
will want to lie-a citizen of the United ont" m::st "''ve for himself. We lie
States about the 3rd of next Xovem-! liovc'- however, that no lietter use
ber. could be made of on, of these quar-
The wheat crop of Southeast M is- ! trS tnan to exchanrs.it for a bottle
souri will be enormous this vear. and i f amberlaiiTa C olic. Cholera and
ffood farmers sv tWMn ,..i ,,.... ; Diarrhoea Remedy, a medicine that
raising wheat at fifty cents per btir-he'l.
Dr. i rank Williams is thinking of
opening dental rooms in, this city. Dr.
n imams is a graduate of one of th'
best dental colleges in the country.
Charles E. Rodney is going to Louis
ville, Ky.. soon to visit an aunt.
We are informed that the River!"'
View Hotel will again be opened.
Wilii:im llem-nte wit w nnttin.r t
the foundation for Edward S. Lilly'
Busy people have no time, and sen
sible people have no inclination to use
I a slow remedy. One Minute Couirh
iCure acts nromntlv m ml m'vos ,w..-n,:-
nent results. .1. Mnnle Wilson
, . . ... , .
strawberries are plentiful in this
market, and are selling at prices rang-
ing from five to fifteen cents tier box.
1 lie Oak Ridge ( anning Company
has been incorporated, with a capital
. , . .
stock of .7.mm.
The ferryboat rate war goes merrily
The pesky army worm is about to
give up tiie ghost but not until after
great damage has leer. done to crops.
Burns are absolutely painless when
DeWitt's W'iieh Hazel Salve is prompt
ly applied. This statement is true.
A (K'rfect remedy for skin diseases,
chapped hands and lips, and never
fails to cure Piles. J. Maple Wilson.
St. Louis was visited on Wednesday
about .1 o'clock p. m.. by a destructive
storm of wind, rain and lightning,
which played havoc with street rail
roads and telephone lines. .Some of
the street railroads v.crc forced to sus
pend operation-: fur seven hours.
Will's were blown down, windows shat-
ter.'d. ti'ees l.irok : ar.d roofs and awn
ings scaiteivd i:i eei-y direction.
Things an- getting pretty hot around
at tin- Ihiplist ehurch. They have
meetings as often as meals---three per
day -and call the p-ople out to church
1 you an- bilious, try Dr. Sawyer's
Little V.'id- Awake Piils. you will find
them j"st what you want. Try a free
sample. Tiny do not gripe. Sold at
.1. Maple V." Ilisoti's drill;' store.
j 1 Tie !; omicmy w:!i tl :-ti out
Friday or .-Saturday ami give the
Visiting editors a show of our lire de
; part, .-at.
.Iiidg-- Miller, of Bo'ilinger county,
was in the city an hour r two this
; The f'-rry boat 'ity of McGregor.
! will give an excursion t0 Commerce
next Sunday for the liciictit of the
j East Cajie (iirardeau Baptist church.
'I lie frail crop in this section this
year i not so promising just now.
(The frosl iiiiisi'd the lx-ars and cher
Henry Uuhn and lady returned
home from Cairo yesterday v:li-re they
had ! I'ti to attend 'he G. .. K. En
A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor 1
used and sold your Family 'nre
excellent restiu'its. It cured me
i-!k umatisia anil i now am .In
.i'.i .led have not an acha or
.h:s. !'. A. Rhoads.
a' .i. Maple Wilson's drug store.
lies of the Methodist church '
ijiiiie a ti.?at
civaai and s
:o;- .-prinkling the public
tiie st eets on al1 sides
Phil. A. Ilafner. the
big editor of i
the Scott County Newsboy.
is in the
city. aLv;mpained by his wife.
.!. X. Holmes, of the Piedmont Ban
ner, arrived Thursday afternoon and
had an opportunity to look around
some before the assembling of the
j Will H. Miller, of Jackson, was in
I the cjty Thursday niht attending the
: lt;v, t
. . 1
' Died, in Cairo. 111., on Thursday
. , , - ,. - . , .
evening. May 14. I.!. Patrick Fitz-
gerald. father-in-law ofThos. W. Gan
non. Mr. and Mrs. R. El Gannon left
The following editors are noted
among the arrivals on the 1 o'clock
train: E. 1". Caruthers. of the Dnuk
lir. Democrat, E. A. Webb and J. W.
L:ugivar. of the Caruthersville Demo-
should provided with.
I. Ren Miller.
j R and Wm
i were appointed by the County Court
las members of the County institute
-v man . . years
old professed con
baptised by Bro.
version and was
j Tate last night.
' John Bevntiltls u-:u on :i V.itrh
some Thursday afternoon. As is his
custom on such occasions he was driv
ing recklessly in his spring wagon re
gardless of everythihg. On Broad
way he ran over Bob Matteson who
! w:ls on hls bicycle, utterly demolish-
j ing Bob's wheel, though fortunately
Bob was not seriously hurt. There
ought to lie something done to put a
stop to such conduct,
j Dl'' A' Sa'.ver: Dear Sir: Mrs.
namnurg lnuuceu me to try vour r ant
11,. r',i.. t 1 1
I , , , , .
! ami i recommended it to every ladv
in poor health. Resiectfully.
! MKS. Ashkk.
j Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore.
j School llonrtl Mi'cllns.
j The Board of Education held a
meeting last night, at which a full
board was present. The subject of
granting of diplomas to graduates
was discussed, and the board decided
to grant diplomas to those pupils who
pass a satisfactory examination in
stead of holding them hack to conform
to the higher grade established. The
enumeration list was submitted and
received, showing the nutnlier of jier
sons of school age in the district as
White l-i::r.. ,-oloivd :i-K Total 17S4.
The matter of iixin:
holding- the a iimia' -p'
be dete'-i'lit.e!"! by the
r the date for
:::es -.-.as ieft to
faculty of each
school, 'he ;
schools to r
Th - usii.i!
iiicipals of the sev
i irt the time and place
appropriations for the
to the -e
' Th- -Moliih'.v
i, s of
! ::ide and
-iiii-inais for that nui-
:: ; 'he;! adjourned until
eiii:iL''. Mav 2.1th.
it.Mny !o as Mti :i lor Vou.
Mr. Fred Miller, ii-viae. in., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble
for nia.'iy vein s. v.hh severe pains in
his back and also that his bladder
was effected. lie lriei many so called
Kidney cures but with out any u'ood
result. About a yea'- au'.' he b -ean
use of Electri-' Bitters and found r-,ief
at once. Electric Hitters is c:-p.vialiy
adapted to cure of all ;:;:. and
Liver troubles a:i! o.ten gives almost
instant relief. i;;c trial wili prove
our statement. I Vice only .In ecu's
for large bottle. At Blomevcr vk tia
man's tirug store.
Notice to I'nliitei's.
Notice is hereby given thai sealed
proposals will be received by the un
dersigned for painting and kalsomin-
i:ig the 'ourt II.
May. IS'.'f.. spet
work can i.e -c -a ;
t it v
tic iltii iay
eati'ins ;: sa
' iiw:v -
dder wili in- i-
ijuired to furnish bond for the faithful
jierformanee of the work, also t gu;ir
antee the same for a certain icriod.
The riht to reject any and all
bids is reserved.
maybin2 Sp'cia! Cotninissione.'.
'ote ol Tliallics.
i.it.e sum .ronij The umiersigned commi'.tee. in be
;ra wherry supper j hatf of the Sir Ktiiu'iits of Cape Girar
I dealt 'otnma.'uiei y Xo. .1.1. Knights
i Templar, extend our grateful thanks
ithe menUvi s of theciioirand t;i. s v t-
al suii-committees nu
r their kind a-sjst-
r. ' ;
OI. Ascension IJ; .
ance on tneevenm
A LlTv A N L KR ROS
W. H. Hutkks. Com.
J. F. VXiELSAN;K; S
Card of Thanks.
We desire to return our sincere
thanks to thekind friends who so kindly
assisted us during the illness and at
the funeral of our dear husband and
Mrs. Fred. WnrMORand Family
Summer Land and Homeseekers Ex
cursion to Tennessee, Mississippi
and Alabama, the Garden Spot
or the World.
The Summer and Fall is the best sea
son of the year in which to visit the
South in order to see and investigate
the many advantages which that see
tion offer the settleron May 19th. June
2nd and ltnh.July 7th and 21st. August
4th and lth. Sept, 1st and Mth, Oct.
(ith and 20th, lS!Mi.
Excursions will be run and round
trip tickets sold at One Fare (plus)
S2.00 from stations St. Louis to Cairo
inclusive to points in the South and
points in Tennessee, Mississippi and
Alabama, the Garden Spot of the
Trains will leave St. Louis Union
Station Daily at 7:32 a. m. and 7:2.1
p. in. on dates mentioned above.
For information concerning land
address the Alabama Land and De
velopment Company, Mobile, Ala.
Forinformation about rates, tickets,
time, etc.. call on or address W. B.
Rowland, Gen. Pass. Agt.. 21.1 X.
Fourth St., St. Louis, Mo., Charles
Rudolph. Dist. Pass. Agt., Room .'!2!i
Marquette Rldg.. Chicago, 111.. W. H.
Harrison. Jr.. Dist. Pass. Agt., 220
Fourth St.. Des Moines. Iowa. M. H.
Rohreer, Dist. Pass. Agt.. 7 West
Fort St.. Detroit. Mich., F. L. Harris.
Passenger Agt.. 10 Sixth St.. Cairo.
111., or E. E. Posev. Gen. Pass. Agt..
List ot Mail Matter
Bt'liiaiiiins oucalled for in the post office of
Cape tiirardean, comity of Cajw tiirardean,
State of Missouri, for the week ending
May 1 1,1
Albert, Mrs Carrie Fleming Frank,
lli urt". Mifs Lonise Hamilton C 11
Kennedy. Mrs J l Milsen, I'A
Kogers.'M. Sander, Mis Freilar
Persons calling for any of the above letters
will please say Advertised," giving date of
the list. If not called for within two weeke
hey will be sent to the Dead Letter Office at
Washington City. O. CRAMER.
Notice to Contractors.
The undersigned Road and Bridge
Commissioner of Cape Girardeau
County, Missouri, will let contract for
stone piers and wooden bridge on
Sandy Branch on road from Miller
ville to Daisy near Jno. Mavlield's at
site of bridge on Monday, June 1st,
is:d, at one o'clock p. m.
Commissioner reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
James F. McLain",
by L. M. Bean
Deputy R. i B. Coa.J
Proposals for City Printing.
The undersigned, for the City Coun
cil of the city of Cape (iirardeau. will
receive from publishers of newspapers
published in said city, sealed propos
als for doing the city printing', for the
year otniuenciiig on th-' lirst Monday
in .lune. ls'.'i. and ending on the first
Monday in .1 line. I!7.
Said proposals shall in; in conform
ity to ordinance No. .1211, approved
Apnl2o. 1"'M. and a certain resolution,
adopted by the City Council on May
4th. IS'.'ii. uetitiing what shall Ite em
braced in said city printing.
Each proposal must tic accompanied
with a goon and sufficient bond, 'the
form ot which shall lie furnished by
the City Clerk, in double the amount
of the sum named a the bid for said
city printing, with two or more sol
vent securities, to be approved by the
Said proposals will be received by
me at my o::ice, in the court house, up
to Monday evening .lune 1st. I .;. at
7 ::!' o'clock, and will b' op-ned a' a
regular meeting of the City 'ouia-il to
lie held on said date.
The city reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
By order of the City Council.
Gltu. !:.' ( ":i Ai'i'KI.i..
Mav t'tii. ISSili.
"-' V. ill sei! vou
roils ;f Wall
uybody ought to lie pleas
t we have many pa iters
ni'tc'i higher in pi-ice and seme of the
i't.1 p:;tte;v,s al I'.ernhari! Balm's, "ti
Main. '.iil certainly suit and jilcase
"i: sAI.K star Restaurant, I fitrnishi'il
roiiim. 'loing jroo'l liusitiess. Ajiflv to
M. F. Hi-i:tos,
Cae Oirardean. Mo.
f- 1 S.VI.E A tine new family surrey. Will
lie inM eh.'Kp For (larticnlars apply at
I AHIKS Intake biir waes iloinir pleasant
i home work, aiel will pla'llv seicl lull ar-
t:nitar to ail semlii.ir -Jet stamp.
Miss M. A.
st.-ii.i:.s. Lawrence. iieia:i.
Ft)1; SALK Seven nickel monntetl show
eases. Also small stock of jewelery and
nlatc ', ware, clocks, ele. Aii!y tnJoiin Gaw-i-oiirki
at Oawronski's store.
Ft IR SAl.K A tine farm inside thee'.ty limits,
in a hijh state or cnl'.ivation. Will" sell the
t'arai as a whole or will sell in tenor twenty
aere lots. For further iiarticulars al'iress
Miehael Scherer. Cape Girartleaa. .Mo.
WAXTKD PROMPT AX1 FAITHFCI.
OtNTI.KMAN or laly t.j travel lor re
liattte esiaiilishe 1 lious" in Missourri.
Salarv . tayable Sl." we'kl7 and
ei'ettses. situatie'n teriiiapeiit. Keler
oiiees. . t-ncltise self-aiiiiresed stampetl en
velope. H E Hess, Pres., "-'a- Hear ;orn St.,
Ft I! s. I. K Choice bniMint; lot t;
liv l iT feet ileett. l.o.-atci on
.orated on east seleof
Spa . is'h street between rt illiams ateHMXl Hoiie
streets. Api'ly to St. Vincents Academy
SKEI CORN-Law yellow seed corn the
U'st veilow corntMt earth ftr sale at. I. F.
sohwepfcer's tT'icerv store. Cape liirardean.
XANTE1 l.a lvor jrentleman totakechar?e
I VV ot itittalliiieiit Business and Collect in this
j tinntv. Salarv !. per week to becinwith.
Address, in-lositie stanil Tor re
4. K C.
Traveling Men j
Address, in-losine stamp lor reply.
4. E CAMPBELL.
Kansas City, ilo
else want'ett to
handle II E.
Wonder" Detachable Door ami Transom Lock:
not larger than an ordinary jack knife: carried
in the pocket: kevless audnon-pickable. Nickle
plated and a handsome pocket novelty. Guar
anteed to securely fasten any door or transom,
on the inside send M cents for sample with
fall directions for use and term. Address H.
E. Hanna, Hutchinson. Kansas
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.
W. G. POLACX,
Dealer in General Merchandise.
H. S. DEAXE,
Real Estate and Insurance.
102A Main street.
JOHN H. SANDER & SOX,
Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.
Cor. Sprigg & Williams Sts.
Gunsmith, and dealer in Firearms.
Star Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
VOG ELS ANGER REYNOLDS
Hardware and Farm Implemnts.
One door S. of First National Bank.
G. W. BAHN,
Wholesale and Retail Hardware.
10. 12 & 14 X. Main St.
F. H. VASTERLING,
Dealer in Dry Good and Groceries.
Cor. Broadway and Middle Sts.
JAMES B. DENNIS,
Attorney at Law.
Cigars and Smokers' Articles.
38 Main street.
J. X. WHITELAW,
Dry Goods. Clothing, Boots andShoes.
I. BEX. MILLER,
Drugs. Books and Stationery.
5 & 7 Main street
EDWARD S. LILLY,
Hardware. Warehouse on Spanish St.
33 & 33 Main street.
E. II. ENG ELM ANN,
Office at Court House.
IVescott House, 2ii Main St.
M. A. Scott, Proprietor.
Best Meals in the City.
COWGILL & YOUNG,
The Barbers, also Hot and ('old Baths
South Main St.
SIXfJER MANUFACTURING CO.
J. A. Hanson.
DAVID A. GLENN.
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods,
Carpets. 27 Main Street.
Dealer in !b-y Goods. Groceries. Boots,
Shoes and General Merchandise
E. C. WOODY,
Bt-USt. Charles Hotels Court House
Garr-Scott and Nichols & Shepherd En
gine and Thresher.
Birdsell Clover Huller, Osborne Binder
and Mower, Piano Binder and Mower and all
cheaper than anybody. Extras for all Binders
and Mowers at half price.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
J. M. MORRISON,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland.
Home Office. BALTIMORE, MD. St. Louis Office. LACLKDK BUILDING.
M. L. McLaren. Attorney. ( HAS. Suttf.k. Manager.
. Paid-unCanital - T.'0.(KKl.(iO
ToUil - l.4l'.i,:T(i.:is
:; iiis surctv on KonUs ol Exetntors, Atlmii.istratots. atitl all niidcTtakinpa in
Judicial rToceetiitii'. All Court ami Contractor's l.omls sinned at St. Ini ollice. I oe noth
ing to connict withth? hnsiuess of lawyers. Accepted by the U.S. ioveiiiier,t MMlr janty on
Bonils of every tlescription. Becomes snretv on I'.onUs or Sheriffs. Registers of w ills. Clerks or
Conrts Collectors aitti other officials of Mates, Cities ami Cnr.ntie.7. Also mi Wind ot Con
tractors ami Employees of Banks. Mrcantile Houses. Railroad, Express, and TelegTa)ih Com
panies, and on those Officers of Fraternal ir?anizstioi:s.
HERMAN F. KOSLKU. LDW1X WARFIELI,
Secretary anl Tr-.ascrer. ITesident.
A. d. D. BURFORE. AGENT.
BURFORDS VILLE, MO.
EDWARD S. LILLY,
Blount's True Blue Plows, Bock
Island Plows, Pony Piows
and Double Shoved.
Fine Groceries, Feed, Fruits, Etc.,
No. 3 Miin St.
CHAS. J. HAMAN,
Boots and Shoes Exelus'-ely,
as6 Main St.
Cor. Main & Themis Sts.
P. H. DEMPSEY,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer and
JAS. McKENNA & CO.,
Dealers in Hides, Wool, Furs. Etc.
Cor. Themis & Water Sts.
MRS. J. WARNER,
Haarig Meat Market-
Good Hope Street.
J. MAPLE WILSON,
Drugg-ist and Stationer.
117 Main St.
VOG EL & BRUNKHOKST,
Galvanized Iron House Fronts, Stoves
GEO. G. KIMMEL,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
102 Main street.
THE XEW IDLE WILD,
Semi-weekly St. Louis and Carte Gir-
I ardeau Packet Company.
AL. CHENUE, The Jeweler.
Silverware, Watch repairing.
Aug. Schivelbine, Prop.
"THE BEE STORE,"
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods.
Cor. Spanish and Independence street.
R. G. RANNEY,
Attorney at Law.
UNION MILLING CO.,
' Full Roller Flour, Feed and Meal.
Millinery and Notions.
J G. W. TRAVIS,
' The Dentist.
I nrt Ma;n street.
P. A. HOCH.
! Furniture and Undertaking,
; No. 21 Main Street.
W. V. LEECH,
Notary Public, Real Estate, Collecting
: and Loan Agent. Main & Themis
CAPE BREWERY & ICE CO.
! Manufacturers of Pure Lager Beer,
Extra Pale Bottle Beer and Ice
Made from Distilled Water.
.DR. P. W. MURTON.
Practical Dentist. Office Sturdiract
: ;1nk Building. Cape Girardeau. Mo
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