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A Snake's I'olsonous Odor.
'When I was a younjr fellow" says
Southern Virginia for a time. I have
lived in Maine and Massachusetts, andie'1" for reciprocity and protection.
consf.qlI..nt!y had no fear of snakes, j demanded the maintenance of the gold
I had formed a habit of pic-kin- up by ! standard and instructed its delegates-
the tail such snakes as came across my
i. .7 ..r .. r..ii.-L- -mm
i i .u" :.. . ..,.n -ifti.f T
lo ineniv im-ii ii--.iv.-t. ...... -
u,.nt t., th,- South, in the road one day
I saw a small snake, a
couole ol leet
. . .
Ion?, uei-hans. and of
color, wrijrir! in;.' across the path. With
out thinking of harm. I jumped for him
put my foot on his neck. and. catch
ing him by the tail, swunhim to jrive
him a snap. Some people were near
by. and they yelled to me like wild
men to drop that snake.
I stopped a minute, while the snake
v.riirt-'leil. ami then I snapped him in
due and ancient form. Mark the re
suit. In less than two minutes I be
drowsv and insensible, and re-
mained so for several hours, in pite ' l'osed to every scheme that threatens
of the efforts of those who had warned jto debase or depreciate our currency,
me to rouse my dormant senses. I uid j but to tIw extent only and under such
not know that the snake bit me in any j regulations that its parity with the
way, and do not now believe he did. j l--'ent -old standard can be maiu
The air had a suffocating, sickening tained. Inconsequence we are op
smell, an odor thrown off bythe snake, V" to tiiu f,ve- " limited and in
I think, and breathing that poisoned I dependent coinage of silver at the ra
"The snake. I was told, was a moc-
..r.sin .m. ..f th,. n.,.si ........nw-.w f
the whole tribe of crawlers. Since
that day snapping snaki-s has afford
ed me no fim. " Ivwiston ( Me. (Journ
Klectric Hitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but jK'rhaps the more
generally needed in the Spring, when
the languid exhausted feeling prevails,
wh-n the liver is torpid and sluggish
and the need of a tonic and alterative
is felt. A prompt use of this medicine
has often averted long and erhaps
fatal bilious fevers. Xo medicine will
act more surely in counteracting and
:ivem- the svstem
from the malarial
poison. Headache. Indigestion. Con-
stipation. Dizziness yield to hiectnc
nitt..i-s nl v tiftv f..nts nm- lw.ttl. !lt
c z - . ' .
IJlomever iV Haman s drug store.
It is likely that the experience of th.1
'favorite sons' this year will material
ly modify, if it does not entirelv
move, me aosuru nouo;: t-iueriaineu
by a certain class of public men that ,
they have a proprietary interest in
their resiiective States, politically j
sh aking. These presumptuous indi-:
viduals are always talking about "my!
State" in the sense of having an ex- j
-lusive and unlimited claim to its sup-i
v.itlithe lieht todictatt
nolicies. T'uev seem
o think i
ate, for instance-ami most of them j
occupy seats in that body- they are ;
th -r.-hy invested with complete sover-!
ei-ntv over their constituents and lhe'
tei-rirory of their States. Th.- it-cent
assertions of this idea as related to
the selection of a Republican candi-
date for President have l.ecn notab'v
arrogant, .'am-glorious and tuort
less ridiculous. In various parts of
....i:.; . .1 T .i... r .. :. . ;
son has pop)K,d up as these.f-appoint- !
eu choice ot Ins state, and lias lor-1
bidden all outside candidates to enter
it in quest of delegates, as
interference in his affairs
some sort of a crime.
uist i Men twin i
There is certainly no
i on the part i
for an attit ude of this kind
of anv political leader. If a State d
cides for itself that one of its sons is j
the host man to put forward for the .
Presidency, not simply liccause he!
lives within its limits, but liccause of'
ijiiaii'ications that are equally worthy
of consideration in all States, it is
both its right audits duty to present ;
him aud work for him zealously. But
tile fact that a man puts himself for- :
ward in that relation does not denote
that hisState isbound to stand by him
for the purposeof gratifyinghis vanity j
or serving him a sellish purpose in '.
siiai'i oth"r way. Thu assumption that
such an obligation exists is a mockery j
of ordinary political philosophy and '
an insult to the intelligence and self-;
ivspcet of the people. A State does ;
not in-long to any man as a political .
reservation from which he has the
right to wxclude men of other States ,
who are seeking- a national office.
There is such a thing as State pride,
to be sure, but it does not include the
necessity of suppressing an honest
prefereuiv for a citizen of another
S-a:-' i''-:-a;;se a local aspirant sees iii
to enter the rate;? for the great pri:'..; of
the Presidency. The people have gen
erally dealt with the favorite sen
theory tliis year in a fashion which:
plainly signifies l:;at the;.- have :e;..-in,
to look upon it with fyligu-.' ar.-l dis-!
gust: ami i; is safe to predict that the ;
man who talks about "my State" with
tij..- 1:1. ailing of political ownership'
v. ill not be so often in evidence he:v-
a iter. -
I-'oi- this o-.'aioa Ticket Auvr.t?
ot tin; Mobile ;uh: Ohio K. K. v.iU -ell
round trip tickets at One Fare for the
Ajrents South of the Ohio river will
sell on .June Kith, 14:h and loth.
Afrents lit Cairo and stations in Illi-
nois. on June l:5th. 14th. l.'ith. lUth and
17th. all tickets limited until June-iVi
Uie MmiM.-.i i;i nusca lie ine unoriiei.. e ,,
1 1 tie's oi the
The .Missouri situation.
The sit. Joseph convention jiaid
tellijrent regard to the wishes
souri's Republican masses.
:umls iuoucan masses. ur
i at-Iariie for McKinlev. The
! sentiment to
, Missouri revealed itself
-hosen ln any State
! Sit 1 stills CAnruntmn n inmmi'
I J" v, . ....v ....j....,.
louis convention. An
i ilool,L "J" "wooe-
Democrat from the Chairmen of theiu,,on Mp- Koi.a deeilin- her a certain
Republican County Committees show- l)a!.t of w . lan( Re ayo h(J1. a dwd
ed that the party in the State ; luch was duly IVL.0.dod. The mar.
practically unanimous for the Ohioan. : riaae liw,nse Was -ranted and tbecre
All the district delegates have either ; lm,v 1H.,.fo..lwd whiL.h made .,U(1,,e
been instructed for him or are known j pon, and Ml.s. Meeks man and wifc.
to emphatically favor him. The State )The L.OH1,Je wunt to the Judl?e-S fa,.m
will cast its solid vote for him in the , b,lt onh, ive(, to,rothel. a few months.
On the linance question thi
tion's declaration leaves nothing
,je usiiva. "W e are unalterably op-
tio of l'i to 1." This expression cov
j crs 1110 grounu satlslacloniy. ll ,loe
! not make any assault on silver. Th
silver now in circulation will remain
in circulation, but it will not be al
lowed to increase. The gold standard
will be maintained. It is well to keep
this phrase 'gold standard" squarely
at the front. This is no time for cir
cumlocutions, equivocations or dilu
tions. Republicans in -eneral when
they use the word bimetallism" or
dinarily mean the "gold standard. ''
Let them do as the party in Missouri
and many other States do employ
this term directly and sjiecilically.
In 1"!M, for the lirst time in a period
when normal conditions prevail, the
j Republican party linds
itself in a
, position to carrv Missouri in a 1'ivsi-
... . .
(lential ana l.ubernatorial canvass.
T, . ,
I wuring uie war aim reconstruction era
the circumstances were unusual and
artificial, and the Republican success
in the Stale at that time could not be
i the Republican uartv was necessarilv
; sectional. Founded to resist slaverv
.... ,;,... i i-,
es.ension. xhoUi,h not to iuterferewith
skVtfI.v in lhe suu.s wilc..e it t.xiste,i.
it c.ni.ountolvd tllo Slctive hostilitv of
th(J:.e sute, and was c.x,.,ud,,,j fl.()lu
th,.m The slavel.v int.rest i:. Mis.
souri was aItt.avs feL.hu.: le state
........ ......i v in is,:- ..,,,,,.
the thirteenth amendment went into
i-jration. Moreover, tho SluU" rlun
((( M() nMl U) tjw Un-un fuws ,t
iK)n. v.t.s u, Lil!l.o!:l i:l is,;,,
than he obtained in
! States put together.
that it was the theater of war for four
I wars, coupled with the old slaverv
'prejudice, erected a barrier niraiiist
expansion of the Republican party
ended the jiarty's su
the itoliiical disabili-
ex-Coufederates were re-
moa m. j
- , , . .. . .
he subsi- i
, , .. ..
I ..tuic ui .w .issiuus .i.iu im-jimi. es
! and the long record of Democratic
j misL'overninent have completely altcr-
ed the situation, aud have given the
Republicans tne opportunity
'. . ' '
in 1 '.'.
enure possession oi ine sun
ifcsoiiitiiin ( tmci rniim: school Tei-iii t
OFCil K i if SKCKKTA.'lY (
ClK-AliDEAK. April -At a
lnis-tiii- of the Hoard of Edu
hi'hl on Monday evening.
Airi! -lib. ls:ni.
bers v.e,-e pi-csent
it which all meiu
the following reso-
lution was presented and n.'ad by the
s "i-retary and on motion unanimously :
Restil ved. That the scholastic year i
ls:;t;-'.i7. )x- a nine 111) months term of j
school, commencing on Monday. Sep- ;
emiier 7ih. l!i. continuing for six- ;
e. n il'ij weeks and closing for the;
Christinas vacation on Thursday,;
on Mon.lay. January 4t!s. Is'.i7. ecu
continuing for twenty i'2) w.-vks and
closing on or about May lth. i'.'7:
that tl.ere be employed for Lorimier
sciiool '.. 1 1 Vineijia! at a .-alary
of eighty uoiiars (fsii) per mouth: i
Firs! Assistant, at a salary i; forty
dollars ?!!',' jk-i month anil seven 7 j
other assist;: nts at a salary of thirty
t ve i i p'jr I'lieuli each: :!!! that
t:i. re be er.lj.lovi .1 lor l.ll.eo;
o;.-- 1 Prirci-i.il at ; .-.:!ar.
s. l-.r tiie
assistants: at a sal;:
i .i;i : p-. r !U()!i:!i er
sai'i Principals and
term stat--:. ee vii
Mav -.'r.U. IK
My order of
. K. ji-U-l-Kf.:.
to d -al with them.
a .id ho-.-valuttoiv
teal information, will be'
Kaufman a ' o-i-e;il Medi- '
-levant colored niates. !
Sviid three 2-cent stauios to pay! 4 17CTAF.X PVEi,:c -f
lo-ta to A. P. Ordway & Co., Bos- iio-. iftu
ton, Mass.. and receive a cony free. uh etreet.Cape Giranleau. Mo.
Antc-Xuptial Contract Valid.
Nevada. Mo.. Mav 13. A case out
f,f fV.. iiuHi fu.tl..,. r-j rl.riil.il in tin
f.rnon Circuit Court this afternoon.
hy v:hU:h T.Ife-s title to m acres of
j land dee(k.d to hel. in .m ante.nuptial
v(mtvsu.t by her husband was confirm-
to ht.,. Mrs AIeeks. a hand.
some widow of St. Joseph, came here
last Januaryto wedJud-eChas, Ford,
a well-to-do aired farmer, who resides
in th-j northern part of Vernon county.
The wed(1;n,r lvas to ,,onditional
j the wife returning to St. Joseph. Then
(.;im,, tK. contention over the deed. !
l ' It called for 140 acres of land, but
Judge Ford claimed she had agreed to
marry him for 1(MI acres, and brought
suit to reform the deed. The wife op
posed the action, and the case this af
ternoon was decided in her favor, giv
ing her the 140 acres as set forth by
the deed. The evidence developed the
fact that Judge Ford was in the habit
of sleeping with a butcher knife under
his pillow, but it was not shown that
this was the entire cause of his wife's
leaving him. He is nearly 74 years
of age. while his wife is 4.'!.
BY virtue and authority of a gen
eral execution issued by the clerk of
the Cajw (iirardeau Court of Common
Pleas of Cajie (iirardeau county, Mis
souri, bearing ilate the eighteenth day
of April. 1 sin!, and returnable to the
May term. is., of said court, and to
me directed, in favor of Robert ti.
Ranney and against William J.
Meisenheimer. I have levied upon and
seized the following described real
estate situate, .ying and being in the
county of Cujie (iirardeau and Slate
of Missouri, to-wit:
All that part of survey three thous
and two hundred and two ('t-0-) con
tinued to James Ramsey that lies west
of the Relmont Hranch of the St.
Louis. Iron Mountain and Southern
Railway dcscrilied in two deeds, one
from Maud Rodney Morse and hus
band, book twenty-eight (ll) page
three hundred and lifty-Iive (.'"")).
Alien Rodney book twenty-eight -)
page three hundred and tilirty-tive
('l'l-) both conveyances to SarahMeis
senheimer all in township twenty-nine
i ".".) range twelve (IS! I. and 1 will, on
Thur-day. the Twenty-Kighth Day of
May. A. I). ls!i,
At the court house door in the city
of Cape (iirardeau. Missouri, between
the hoars of nine o'clock in the fore
noon and live o'clock in lhe afternoon
of that day. and during the session of
the Cape (iirardeau Court of Common
Pleas of Cape (iirardeau county, sell
for cash in hand to the highest bidder,
all the right, title, claim and interest
of saiii William .!. .".eiseiihvimer, of,
in and to the above described prolerty.
to sati-fv said execution and cost.
.II'DSOX M. RA.'!)()L.
:;ia v2u.S! Sheriff.
of Real Estate.
XOTICK is iierebv t' veil lh:it iv
virtue of an order of the Cape iirar-
deau Court of Common Pleas, in and
ft ir 1 lit eolltit V ol ( :l lie ( i i I'm r. ie:l ll Mllil
Stat..- of Missouri, made at the .hum-
ary term, i:m,. tnereoi I, .laspa
. tn-l-lm T IV. Ill 111 In str.ltlil- tl 1 he u
!.....,. ..i ..f i i
annexed of the estate of
Thomas, deceased, will, on
Monday, the Twenty-Fifth
May, A. 1). I! Mi,
Hetween the hours of nine o'clock in j
the forenoon and live o'clock in the ;
afternoon of that day at. the court j
house door in the city of ( 'ape ( 'irar-
deau and during the session of the !
i Cape (iirardeau Court
1 leas of said county oi
i ( ape Girar
auction to the
h in hand, ail
Hid interest of
d'au. sell a: public
highest bidder lor ca:
the right, title, claim
Richard Thomas, deceased, of, in and
to the following dcscrilied real estate,
situate in the City andCouuly of Cajie
Girardeau and .-state of Missouri to
wit: Five acres, more or less ,int of the
southwest quarter of out lot forty-live
! -!" to the City of Cape (iirardeau.
bounded as follows: Beginning at the
southwest corner of said out lot forty
live, ( 1") thence running north eight
degrees thirty minutes east is :vtf
( with a variation of six (iii degres )
along the western boundary line of
said out lot manlier forty-live i;.
live chains and ten links (". ldj to a
corner: thence south eighty-one degrees
thirty minutes (M .'liii east parallel
with the southern boundary line of
sai.l oat lot numlj..-:- forty-rive ( 4 "i i ten
chains arc; three links (lO.Ciij to a
cfiruer. li.enee south cigh; degrees
'tt minutes i .'5lj v.. st paraiiai with
tiic western boundary line of said lot
i'.ve ciialns and ten links i'l.Kt) lo tile
southern boundary line of said out
lot. theiice j.oK': e; iity -oi.e derives
tliir.y mi nates i "I west ion.g aid
iior.iaiai-y line ten ciiains and t:ire-.'
links i !;.:;; to li.e p-ace oi Utginning.
a;. i'.n.M .i.isi'Kt: Amri.XATHv.
Administrator, will; the wiii annexed.
piNAI. SKI i l.KMi.N i -N'oti, ,. js li.-rel.v
u'ivrri tu ail t.Tt'ltttrs a:ui o 1 1 1 r. iiiler'l'-t
1M the i-;iltri.l l.ci.:.i:irl .-ehUrterit'-'eavl.tliat
liir niMler:i:ii'l ji'lmi'iistraTor .r -ai'l et:,te
ilit'M.'l. lo mi:k(' Ihii st-itiemei.t lii.-li-ol at tim
net it-rrn ol tl;e Caie ii:rapitau Court e.f
Common I'li-ii.? of Ca; GiriO'l'-an c-n:itv, Mis
Miuri. t- 1- li-.-l-t at the court house ii: tlic oity
ol' cai Uirar'l'-au, Mo., o:i .Mornlav. Mav.-'iTl!,
ai.u! sr i:iK!!yii-r;i.
J M. Xiui::'.i' x. j?a.m f. l).vi
MORRISON & DAVIS,
i CAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY
J. W. Cannon. Jr., L. D. Cannon,
W. H. Miller, and Mary M. Cannon
by her curator, A. R. Byrd. Exparte
BY virtue and authority of a decree
for partition and order of sale made
by the Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas in and for Cape Girardeau
county. Missouri, on Tuesday, the
twenty-eighth day of January, 18!(,
the same being the second day of the Jan
uary term. 156, of said court, in the
above entitled cause (a certir.ed copy
of said decree and order was issued
from the office of the clerk of said
court, dated the twentv-iifth day of
March, lst'ti, and delivered to me) I.
the undersigned sheriff of Ca;e (iir
ardeau county. Missouri, will, on
Wednesday, the Twenty-Seventh Day
of May, A. D. IS'.'O.
At the court house door, in the city of
Caix! (.iirardeau, county of Cape Gir
ardeau. Missouri, between the hours
of nine o'clock in the forenoon and
five o'clock in the afternoon cf
that dav. and during the session of
the Cape (iirardeau Court of Common
Pleas of Cape Girardeau county. Mis
souri, sell at nubiic auction, to the
highest bidder, on the following term
Tweiitv-live Her cent of tne purcuase
monev to be ouid in cash at the tiin:
of sale and a credit of nine months
lie given on the remainder, the pur
chaser or mil-chasers to give not:
with approved security bearing, sevun
per cent interest from date of sale per
annum for deferred payment, all the
i-i.r'nt. title, claim and estate of the
above named exparte petitioners, in
the above entitled cause, of in aud to
the following described real estate,
Part of lot. one (11 range 1). in tlu
citv of Cane Girardeau and State of
Missouri, described as follows: Begin
at the northwest corner of said lot out
( 1 ) and then run south with the east,
line of Main street twenty-two (H)
fiH-t for the Ih-ginning. then eust
parallel with the north line of said
lot sixty-seven C'l) f01-'1- li"-'u south
parallel with the east line of Main
street twenty-two feet, then west
naral el ith the north line o. saw lot
sixty-seven MiT I feet to east line of
Main street, then north with said line
twenty-two (22) feet to the beginning,
designated as lot six (l) by com
missioners in partitioning the estate
of 1- ranklin (. annon. deceaseu. Also
the following part of lot one ( 1 ),
range D. in said city of ( ape (iirar
deau and St.ite of Missouri. lcgin at
the northeast corner of lot one (1
then run south with the west line of
Water street sixty-six (l) feet for the
In-ginning, thence west parallel with
the north line of said lot sixty-seven
(li7) feet, then south parallel with the
west line of Water street twenty-two
(22) feet, then east parallel with the
north line of said lot sixty-seven (H7)
feet to Water street, then north with
west line of Water street twenty-two
(22) feet to the In-ginning, and
designated as lot one (lj by com
missioners in partitioning the Franklin
( 'annon estate.
.IFDSOX M. RAXDOL.
BY virtue and authority of a special
execution issued by the clerk of the
Cajie (iirardeau Court of Common
Pleas of Cape (iirardeau county, Mis
souri, in favor of the State of Mis
souri, at the relation and to the use
of Christian Hir.-ch collector of the
revenue of the city Of Cajie (iirardeau
Missouri, and against Fredcrieke
Fisher, bearing date tile twenty-
j seventh day of March.
IS'.in. and re-
turiianie to he Mav term. P-.Ki of tne
Girardeau Court of Common
I I'icas of Cape Girardeau coanly, Mis-
ouri winch saul special execution
1 to enforce a judgment declared
lv said court to he a stiecial Hen on
real estate hereinafter descrilud. I
have levied upon and seized the fol
lowing descritR'd real estate, lying
: and being in the city of ("a lie Girar-
deau county of Cape (iirardeau and
State of Missouri, as the property of
Fredericke Fisher, to-wit:
West one third I i ) of lot forty (-loj
range F. sixty ( tltM feet by one hun-
jured and twenty-seven I 1-. ; leei in
sie, in the city of Cape (iirard'-au.
Missouri, ami I will, on
Wednesday, tin- Twenty-Seventh Dcy
o'f May, A. I. I'.'ii.
At the court house door, in the city
of Cape (iirardeau, county of Caiie
(iirardeau. Missouri "octwern the hours
of nine o'cloi-k in the forenoon and
live o'clock in the afternoon of that
day. and during the session of the
Cape (iirardeau Court of Common
1'h-as of Cape (iiranleau county,
sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash in hand ali the right,
title, interest, claim and estate of
Fredi-ricke Fisher, to satisfy said ex
ecution and costs.
.IL'DS' N" ;.i. RAXDOL.
Cana Girardeau Court di Common Fleas
Wl'ieh meets on tlu lourtli Monday in May
lv', at the court house iu the it y of
Ca" liiranlrau. Missouri. ISy the rules of
said Court. Moialay. tlu iirt day of tin term
is i-t apart to hear and j-a-s on Prol ate matters
at which time anl place eccntrs, a'imiiiis
trator a:!! iurator ii&iueu h r'i?i are rtU;retl
to preent all settlements and other matter re
tjnired hy Jv. to be pavd on liy the court.
iuvi- 1 inra -I
l'..-rr- Mat':i' t
Hrnae I r.'.!
cum., s.-i i:
Hill.-n r rar.k I;
ScliieVeihein Wm II
S'hnuTz A a:t U
Sciivab t l: C
Thiele W an-1 ii
Wilson A1. lie I.
I A AhthoU
John W Itr-K-iLf.
I-eiris G Jlitt '
.lawh Kck -rv
W II Cot rv.r
Lmii G Uitt
1. f Davis
A J LIiKlser
t.h.as C Mitchini
J K LTmbeck
W V Icch
(i P Mel. am
K W KlentKe
W B Wilson
.1 II Uiiler
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest Improved Roller Process.
Having adopted the Roller Procekc, we are
now prepared to make uonr or tne nuest praties
A trial of our Roller Process Floor will con
vince you tliat it is the best Klonr made. Give
as a trial .
B'-oadway, - Cape Girardeau. Mo,
C. LINDEMANN & SON,
OF ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine, poplar, cvpress, oat.
tram, waluut, ash and cheery. AUo flooring
and ceiling all grades, Finishing lumber,
laths, shingles, mouldings, window and door
cashing. Window and door frames, all sizes
made to order on short notice. Delivery any,
where inside of city limits.
Spanish St.. Capk Girardeau. Mo.
flVss Sr;nstir?e Wheeler,
StenograpHcr and Typewriter
Prepared to do wort on short notice. South
Spanish Street. oct2-!)4
F. W. VOGT,
CAI't GIRARDEAU, - - -
Entire new stock, the latest unproved and
best Cooking and heatings toves in the market.
All kinds ol Job Work done in the best niannei
ami at niouerate prices.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty and work tfuaranteed lirst-elass
Between St, Charles Hotel and Court House
111 KMs of UforK Ql?eap,
Pictures copied and enlarged from any kind
of pictures. Proofs shown and perfect picture
M. E. LEMING,
Manufacti'ivrof and Dealer in Rough
CYPKESS. OAK AND GUM
CYPRESS LATH AXD SHIXGLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
shops. Cape (iirardeau. Mo.
L. F. RUFF.
Union Trust Building Corner 7th and
Olive Street. St. Louis, Mo.
Incidental Fee only ' per Ttnu
Koard only $2.."i! to :j.(M k-c vjek
For Catalogue, ad.livss,
VV. D. VANDIVER. Ff?E3.
FOi; SPKKD. SAFETY
AXO COMFORT TAKE THE
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
The Favorite Iloute Between the
North and South.
ST. LOUIS. CHICAGO.
Land Excursions o the South at
intrivals to suit the convenience of
everyone wishing to see the Garden
Spot of America.
or any portion in the Smith.
For time. tick, t rates or oihor in
formation cail on your nearest ticket
airent or address
E. E. l'o.SKY. ;. 1'. A. Mohile. Ala.
A. .1. KENT. A;t Muriihysboro, 111.
The 3iot hnrcesHful Kenierfyeverdicor
ered. as It i certain In its cficcts acd does not
blister. Head proof below.
KENDALL'S SFAVifi CURE.
Tadmoe, Ohio, Jan. 10th. 13G3L
Cn. B. J. Ke5Tatj. Co.
0nu I have hvn viir.z yenr Spa-Hn Cure
vltb remarr-abie success n a Kint-bone of
lon BtamJinK. It it b re carp, 1 think, ;
in almost cwrry cum. Yours truly, 1
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE, i
St. Loos, Mo, AprQ 2Tth. ISM,
Int. B. J. EccDau. Co. '
Gents !l Wed yonr " Kntun's Spatix Cra." ,
and it had the desired efTecu I ased not quite
half a bottle of It. Mr hone had a Terrible i
t prain oa Ma lei?. Respectfully yours. ,
I.ORESCE WD.HMJ1, the Baker. I
Price l.0O per bottle. I
DU. B. J. KFA DATX CO..
nor,bnrcn Fall, erninu
SOLD BY ALL DRIGCISTS.
John P. Williams,
C-As lb-IE CITY
Liyery and Feed Stable
City Buss Line
to ana irom all trains.
U. S. Mail Line between Cape (iir
ardeau and Jackson. First hack
leaves Cajie Girardeau for Jackson at
nine a.m., arrives at Jackson 10:.!t
a. m.. Leaves Jackson at 11 a. m..
arrives at the Cape at 12:.'ld p. in.
Second hack leaves Cane at 1 p. in.,
arrives at Jackson '2:30 p. m.. leaves
Jackson at .'? p. m.. arrives Cape at
4:.'!l) p. in. New hack and -rood teams.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the courts ami attend to
all hnsiness entrusted to him.
ST. LOCIS AND NEW ORLEANS
Fine Freie-ht and Passenger Steamers
City of St. Louis,
City of New Orleans.
City of Hickman.
City of Monroe,
City of Cairo,
For Cairo. Memphis. Yickshurg-,
New Orleans and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape (iirardeau
every Thursday and Sunday.
For Cairo. New Madrid. Memphis,
and all way landings.
Steamer leaves CajK- Girardeau
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For St. Louis. Steamers leave Cape
Girardeau everv Sunday and Wednes
day r. m.
For freight and passage address.
C. M. IlEKKLEY. Gen. Pass. Agt.
JOHX B litis. General Freight
St. Louis. Mo.
SPECIFICS are scientifically
prepared Remedies; have
been used for half a century
with entire success.
o. srrnrjF FOR
1 Ferera, Congestion, Inflammations.
2 Wornrn. Worm Fever, Worm Colic...
3 Teeiiiinc. CollcCrylnn Wakefulness
4 Diarrhea, ot Children or Adult
6 Dysentery. Griping, Bilious colic...
6 Cholera) Morbua. Vomiting
7 Coughs, Cold. Bronchitis
H euraliia. Toothache, t'aoeacne.....
9-Headaehes, Sick Headache. Vertigo.
10 UyapepHia, Biliousness, Constipation
1 1 Suppresses? or Painful Periods....
1 J W bites. Too Prof use Periods ..
13 Croup, Larynaiiis, Uoaneneas
11 Suit Itheum, Korslpelas, Eruptions.
1 5- K heumalism. or KheumaUc Pains..
16- falarla. Chills, Fever and Ague
17- Piles, Blind or BleeilinK -
1 S-Ophllmlmy. Sore or Weak Eyes
19 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in Uie Head
20 Wboopins Cough
!i 1 Asthma, Opprcs&wl Breathing
iJ-i-Ear Discharges, Impaired Hearing.
J.J-Scrofiila, Enlarged Olanda. Swelling
2 t-Ueneral DeMllly.Physlcal Weakness
2S-nropay. and Scanty Secretions
186-Kca Sickness, Sickness from Rkllng
'21 Kidney lieasrs,
2H enoii Debility
29 Bora Mouth, or Canker
30 I rinary Weskness,
a-i-niraHos of the Heart, Palpitation
3:i-Epilepy, Spasms. St vltuV Dance..
31 Sore Throat, gulnsy.Dlphtheria....
33-Chronic Congestions ft Eruptions...
"77" for GRIP.
fcr DrvztHtm, or vnt prrpHt en w!pt t rrW,
Kc.orS for f t.M, msr uaortMl),xcrpt Koa. 18, S3ul
S3, put op in $1.MU on If.
D. Hi vphilet' M!ti-LlCalaUd AReTled jftt.iirawt.
HrSrilRKTS'XRD. roj 111 Jb lit VIItltMB St., S Trk
WITCH HAZEL OIL
" THE PILE OINTMENT."
For Piles-External or Internal. Blind or Bleeding;
Fistula In Ann; Itching or Bleeding oftheHectum.
The relief Is immediate the cure certain.
PRICE, SO CTS. TRIAL SIZE. 23 CTS.
Fold hT DmrctsU, or lent poclpald on receipt ol prlc.
UlIPHKKl:i'atD.CO.,lll a) 11 1tlUiu.l-,Sw Isik.
Woman's modesty and igno
rance of danger often cause her
to endure pains and suffer tor
ture rather than consult a
physician about important
Pains in the head, neck,
back, hips, limbs and lower
bo-.velsat monthly intervals, in
dicate alarming derangements.
is a harmless Bitter Wine with
out intoxicating qualities.
Taken at the proper time it
relieves pain, corrects derange
ments, quiets nervousness and
cures Whites, Falling of the
Womb and Suppressed or too
Frequent Menses. Price $1.
For Sale by Medlelae Dealer.
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