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Kverytliliis of Local Form To be
Found Til at Is of Interest.
A. .1. Kerfoot writes to a fellow in
this town that he had lietter hold his
tongue. Kerfoot is an ass.
The peopie at Thebes. 111., an-ex
cited about the ( 'otton Belt Railroad
to Oray's i'olnt. There is no need
for the excitement. The youngest citi
zen will not live lonjf enough to see
that road built to (Jray's l'oint.
'We have an army of loafers in this
town and not one in the crowd will do
a day's work for love or money.
We miht tell you more about One
Minute Cough Cure, but you probably
know that it cures a cough. Kvery
one does who has used it. It is a per
fect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarse
ness. It is an especial favorite for
children, being pleasant to take and
quick in curing. .1. Maple Wilson.
Justice Scivally is bidding court to
day and Frank K. Burrougb and
:corge;. Kimmel are the attorneys
for the litigants.
liirhRrd Carrollcamc up from Cairo
yesterday. Mis boat has got all the
business she c:m attend to.
M.cn ti,,. st. Charles Hotel, should
be the cry of every business man in
Tin- Lathera'i rhool will irive a
grand picnic at Willer's Crove on the
Fourth of .Inly. Posters aimoi'ticing
the fact, will Ih out in due time.
-1eT Williams went up t Sr. Louis
f-a lake a 'ook at some of the bir col
ore, men from the South.
' W. ! Sahn was tin
'or ill" m.-teriai to paint the Jackson
Tiie ti'tiothy crop in this section of
' country v.ili not. be very gooil this
year. Th" a;-"iv worms "leaned most
f 111- !'!ib up.
Should Prof. Yaiidiver get the Dem
ocratic it. imi.-i:. ' ion for Congress there
will ! .ni"!!i'f chat-eh light for the
Vnvsh! ;: of th Xurmal Faculty.
The Ilapiis! Sunday school children
ire going to give auentciainiiieiit for
the lienelit of the Si. Louis Orphan's
i iom -.
i Sawyer: I have
witii rheumatism and
ir a luii'iiier of vears.
-av I never mid any thing help
'ike vie!- F.imil v 'urc.
Mits. !i. WlNltAKT.
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Manning's Landing is getting io he
iiiit" a shipping point for tin north
ern part of Seo'tcoiuity aadit is keep
ing lots of trade from coming to this
Mr. II. F.. Gannon informs us that
inside of two months a telephone lit.e
will b i .-t.tiilis'ieii between this city
and l alio
The'.'iTV 'oulieit KaoeUcd City Mill -h:i!
Gi-ei.'s bill on' ia-t sii':ht by a
vote ofi to hi. Kiiiiuieliaud t'amp
tiell v.-i-- the two inemners who waul
ed t lie city to :;i.ik" a donation to the
The heavy rain Iat night got over
the pave nt oil tiie wct side of Main
street ami lots of water got iulo the
A flouring mill at Jv-s(, will keep
lots of trad" from coming to thi. city,
and they ay lh -y a-e going to ha ve
i:..i .....1 I
II s an me ani'-. ,i n-.i. , one
lungs or s'-vere cough. One Minute
Cough Cure banishes them. I Mapl;
William Flrich of F.vansville. I ml.,
is visiting his parents in this i ity.
Mechanic are at work on the mill
building at Kelso.
Grant, the hotel waiter, lit out this
morning for parts unknown.
Then. islerloh. who was here on a
vir-it left Monday for Joplin where he
is in business.
The colored folks of Murphysboro.
111., will come to this city on The 4th
of .'".ity oil an excursion train.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: - Dear Sir: Mrs.
Hamburg induced me to try your Fam
ilv Cure. I was greatly ltenctited by it
ttnd 1 recommended it to every lady
in po...-health. Ilespeclfnlly.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore.
J. X. Tankersley is now reading
law i:i the law office of Maj. J. I.
F.x-i 'oliceman Youngbtood formerly
i.f this city was marri-d in Perry ville
F.ir.ners are longing lor a lew days
of fair v.eather to give t'lV'tli a chance
to save their clover hay.
A little piiiT ol 'wind this afternoon
cleaned up the sinvts. The dust was
no dense that it a- impossible to
se- across the sti-eets.
i: you a tv bilious, try Dr. Sawyer's
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Try a free
sample. They do not grijie. Sold at
J. Maple Willson's di ng store.
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.
The St. Louis convention took sev
eral hundred dollarsoutofthiscountv.
Lowery Hoi? of Shawneetown is in
the city to-day. Mr. Hoe has been
badly crippled with the rheumatism
for several months and he still has to
walk with sticks.
The Anchor Line steamers are ad
vertising excursions from St. Louis to
Memphis at a fare of ten dollars for
the round trip, meals included.
Take a dose of DeWitt's Little
Karly Risers just for the good they
will do you. These little Pills are
good for indigestion, good for head
ache, good for liver complaint, good
for constipation. They are good. J.
We fail to find the names or our
visitors to St. Louis inthe newspapers.
Judge Ross is carrying his hand in
a sling. He got too near a poison
Dr. Frank Williams has oiicned
dental parlors inthe Fotigeii bnildin".
See his card in this paxr.
Councilman Kimmel introduced a
new tax omittance in the Council last
Monday night. The object of this
ordinance is to tax everything in sight
in the city. There i a clas of people
that even this ordinance will not
reach. They do buit'es but they
have nothing in sight.
It is not a miracle, t won't cure
evervtliinir Imt it wi cure niles
That's what DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve will do. liecause it has done it
in iiuaiireiis oi cases. .1. .Maple u lison. I raising itmoTiiy nay at n it y cents jier i H'rnapsliieroot garden of the Majestic
Judge Ho will hold court next I Luriil c-tl pounds than thei? is in ra is- , is the most elaborate, lis bowers of
Monday to wind up the Carroll Bros, i wh,':,i ;i1 ,:'ic pre-.-nt priee. 1 rustic work, log cabins, huts. etc.. are
reiviwr-lilp and to try the cases that i John Yogelsanger received a w.i,,:-i rtaiii'.y numerous enough to gratify
weti eotitjiineil to litis adjourned term, i nioath tlnvs! outlit to-day. It was j ""' wishes of every one who has the
Court will in- in session several day, i ordered for a farmer of thi city. : privilege of the roof. The entire up
Torn !'.. Joy,-,, is down at Benton ' T. w tig of A. K. Meyers, form- i :irt ,,f ,h'' h"UA N -iv,'n "P u -''
lelping County Snp-riiiteiid-Mt Atkin- icily of this city and Miss Hel-a Sin-! "s" "' th" ,",'!its- This :t""",'i tbim.l
sot! conduct the Count v Institute nott at Pa.b-. ah. Kv.. was a swell af-!;l" 'PP"tnity for a promenade, a
0m ii the St. Charles Hotel.
It's just a-easy To try One Mi ti tit
Cough Cine as nmiiiing else. If
easier to cu:i- a cve;-
with it. Let your ttex
cough ! :i - M bi'.tti
K'rehase for a
Better mediej ne; better i
try i. J. Maple WiI.on.
A waiter and a boarder had a little
s. -rap at Mote! Sent; tiii morning.
1 lie iiijii ..No drew a gun on ( . u.
M( rea hau a preliminary hearing
vete-.lav he'ore .lust ice Ga'it was
bo!. ml over t. awai' he aeti.in .
grand j lr .
Children" - i lay ;i! :!. German M.
K. Chinch t!e! S -unlay morning at
'.!::!'!. Ail are invited, young and old.
For every i!iarter in a man's pocket
there are a doen uses: and to ue
each one it! such a v.a v as to derive
the greatest beaelit i a question every
Oiie liltlst solve for himself. We Ik -lieve.
however, that no ! tetter use
could bl lliatle of one id ?iese ijuar-
1-,-s t to ev. latl-e !l for n boll e
of Cham!!, riaiu's Colic. Cholera and
Diar' hoea I remedy, a medicine that
very lamily should U- provided with.
bv I. Ben Miller.
inn v I n-"i2.
There arc three or four widows ill!
this to'.vu who are cra.v to get mar-:
ri'-.-. The;,- haven't all ben widows;
The coloreil pe;iple will celebrate;
the 4t!i of .1 '..!;. at Cousin ville. j
Hereafter the court house lights will
be furnished fi for all meetings in
the com: houe. The City Council
has kindly agifed to have the city
pay for lighting.
The steamer Idlewild v.iii give an
excursion from St. Louis to this city
on tiie 4-h of .1 uly.
Hon. Loiii iloiick went toSt. Louis
thi morning. His Ken net t railroad
lease is now demanding his attention
in the I'niteil States Circuit Court.
Cape Girardean is the liest city in
Missouri south of St. Louis, but she
iia many drawbacks. We have the
t.i ' ii. We have the 'location, but we
are it -hind tiie times when it comes to
business. There are too many old
fogies ill business here.
A merchant who will refuse to pay
for ids home pa tier is mean enough to
whip his wife. We have one merchant
of that kind in this town ami his wife
!eerves the sympathies of all good
The old Snriv
stris't is no more.
i hiiii.e oil Main
nulling down the wa
1 ttesda v.
'i-car Cramer lias !h-.-u iu St. Louis
u'.i this wis-k. The ti-port is out that
h. will return a married man.
A mill owner informs us that new
wh-at will start oft at about lifty cents
er iiuiiel and that will probably In
the ruling price for some time.
Burns arc absolutely painless when
DeWitt's V.' it. -h Hazel Salve is prompt
ly applied. This statement is true.
A perPvt remedy for skin diseases.
1 chapped hands ami lip, and never
'Piles. J. Maple Wilson.
. '. i-ie N Mitchell fonm-rlv nnli-
.. a.i. les .. .'iuiii.li. ioi n . i' oo
liii-i-of the Xew Era in this city is
n'cv a. iviorTer on a iHii
can newspaper in Chicago.
There is something going on in f The Flasu In C onvention Hall,
railroad affairs that will likely bring ! Probably no flag in the auditorium
about some change in railroading in will attract more, attention and cause
this section soon. Negotiations are j more comment than that of the Cuban
going on that if consummated will ' insurgents. It occupies a conspicu
make Cajte Girardeau the terminus ' oils place: in fact the most conspicu
of a great trunk "line. ; ous place in the entire building. The
It was reMrted here yesterday that
a cyclone struck Murphysboro. 111.,
yesterday afternoon and completely
demolished the little mining town, but
the report, we are glad to say. was
George G. Kimmel informs us that
we were mistaken as to the nature of
the ordinance he introduced in the
Council at its last meeting. Instead
of 1cing an ordinance to raise taxes
it is an ordinance to reeal certain
sections of the license ordinance.
A female artist, we understand, is
doing a rushing business in this city.
She makes a specially of water colors
and it is said she puts up line work.
Something interesting, amusing, in
structive, entertaining and extraordi
nary at the Baptist church on Satur
When the big men are out of town
it is lonesome. That's how we fi-el
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor I
have used and sold your Family Cure
with excellent resoults. It cured me
of the rheumatism and I now am ."iO
years old and have not an ache or
pain. MliS. r A. Rlio.wis.
! Sold at .1. Ma pie Wilson's drug store.
Farmer ay then- is more money
fair as will !,. een bv tin- aceount
which we take from tifPaducah Dailv i
I I!egiter and published
wiicre in !
to-day s DKM'X'KAT. ,
I Don't think of going away from
! home to celebrate the Fourth of July.
i e are going to have a grand old!
i time at Wilier" Park on the -1th.
j Mrs. G. W. Travi
i eriouly ill for sever
. couple of geiiliimiei: arrived in the I
city ia.t n;ght to see v.-i:.' kind of ;i j
locatiott a.' can offer for a wagon and
Tlf Jackson merchan':-
Jackson papers and
they are el
ig lot :d good
il !;( I lis. of print
: rot. ainliver noKe a! I oidar
BlutT. Mah hi. aa.l Marble lii!!, -his
Week. The Profi;:ir is making all
active, earnest canvas.
Treasurer I.ou V. Stephens
f. ll.: tl.I..,.. r.... !
Governie- of Misouri. w:is in th"
to-dav and called on thelii-i'a
,. .. ,, .. ,
llgtous .ewpaj.er. Mr. titeph-ns li j
la I'm- looking voimg man. a good
I ' !
itaikerand judging from th-- way he
'shakes hand- with the bovs h-wiil'
doubtless cap! nr.
ihe nomination bv ,
lliin. Paul B. Moore, of Mississip
pi county, was in the city to-day in
company witlrhi brother-in-law. lion.
Loti V. Stephen. Mr. Moore was
Mississippi cuuiiiy's representative in
the last L -gi. lat lire, and is now the
Democratic nominee for Prosecuting j
W. A. Ward. cahier of the Pemi
.....i i 'i.iinti- l!..l- ..t i it;, ... ,-!'!..
urn, "i" "
is in tiie city. Mr. Ward has a
daughter attending the Convent anil
he came up to lie present at the com-
mcnivif.ent and acconmanv his daugh: -
Xew wln-at wiil lK-gin
II.- t)eii-iii- I .--in H t .late.J ware. clvk. rw. Apply to John V.aw
Di. .-..iei . in at n . I t .in '. r(llis-j at oawronski's store,
with pleasure that I have lieen using ; - -
voi-.r mei icitte. ami win l-i-comnienii it
! to all suffering: iadi.
W . Y. W KATH KHSrlKK.
t. Maple Wilson's drugstor
o I'lu-yare Talking,
tockholders of The Street Rail-
way Company are talking of making a
change in the road that will lie a grand
tiling for the city. The proposition is
to discard the oidmnlc cars, pat in an
electric line ami then extend the road
out to the Fair ground.
Honors lor li' Cirar ilcni:.
The Republicans of Cain- Girardeau
county were honored oy trie .National
Retmblican Convention at St. Louis.
August Bierwirth and M. E. leaiming
v.-i-e made Assistant Sergcant-at-
4 i .i,
Arms of Jl- conent,oll.
An !! Citizen l.onv.
Henry Schwepker. age.leighty years.
. . . - i
ditil at his home rive miles west of
this citv. this June lsth. IS'.h;. The
dci-cased w as tin uncle of J. F. Schwep-
kt.t. tlf tllis city. He came herein
1" and he was for many years a
ideut of this city, where for sev-
,...t .... l- th.-b' tth.-w ofVee of Citv
era! Vears he helu trie otttte Ol v n
colors of the Cubrn republic can be
seen from any seat in the gallery or
di-ess circle, and that is mow thancan
be said of any other national emblem
in the building. Kven the president's
Hag. or banner, just above the Cuban
colors, will not lie visible to some of
the occupants of the dress circle.
The currency question is the main
theme of discussion, and the belief is
lirowing that the financial plank of
the national platform adopted at the
St. Louis convention will be the In
diana plank with little elaboration or
change, if not adopted verbatim. At
least. the declaration will be
against the independent free coinage
of silver at the ratio of bi-to 1. It will
!c a sound money plank, but there is
a strong sentiment against the use of
the term "gold standard." There is
strong talk of the expression. "We
are unalterably opposed to the free
coinage of silver at any ratio, inde
pendent of other nations," thus de
fining the position more (dearly.
tool (iurdens on Holds.
So far the open gardens connected
with the hostel ries iu the city have not
enjoyed a very successful season.
Those located on the roof and open to
the elements have had only a few
nights upon which the guests could
gather there to enjoy the fresh air
anil music, siptheir variotisdccoctions
iml partake of light dishes. Of these
1 ' '"e suoun.. t.y
,"'f'lt- '"''" prominently within
tiie rangi' id the eye the .-cnery of
j-ntral Piirk. Jn.r now the thousands
of bicycle, with tiieir colored lights
Hashing in and out from among the
tri-s. iidii- to i he lieauty of tin-ur-
i round iugs.
The roof garden (; t(e Marie An-
ho iia- Ui n toin. tt i not so elaborate, nor is it
days is nowas ;l thrit of ils i.eiahlH.i-. but
. it iaeilittes llleet tile 1'ell 1 1 i 1 tlleM t l!
Down town tin- ii-,eued gard; ii i.f
on-i nas me a long .-eit
want. The view of th" Paliaile.-. the
lower bay am! the -u rotiMlitig conn-
nd 'V'S ''lightly e.ijoy -i by many f -oin
oo i i. uni t on Broa.iway. To
.s;t!:e Scenery all'i eoo! breel'e ilnl-ie i
: -i ill-- I . ami with the i-iereae ,, warm
ii.-:- the festive s-irroitn.ii.'i'j will
lb- ir.cr.-ased iiy tin- p.i'.-oti. .'ew
j Yoi-k Telegram,
MM l .Mail .Mallei-
te-lllilililli lllil'll!!-! (.17 ill till- lmst Ollil-l-III
' '" "' " "". uirnrmau.
tat. of Mi.ssiir.ri. for Itii wi--k .Muling
Alliri'Iit. -Intiii-s M Kriflricli. Mr.-. Iiuin
Oovrs. lr. An.lr.-w llaisf-r. Miss Tflilii-
HuiVmau. Mr. Klc. Ilamilt.iii. Muvk'ii-(J;
nru- . -.iiss r .ii,.m uns . i-..
shi-pinl. Missti-lli r, smith. Mis. l.izv
onnfr, l!.-v. Wm. ; YouiijiIhts. li. ii;
P.rsims tallinir fur any oftlte above lettere
will V" '.i-" ;' A.ivi-rtine.l," idvin .lateot
tin- list. II i. nt ralliil for within two weeks
hry will In- sent in tli- l -ml Letter Oll.c- at
WiiI.hiiiitin City ll. l.UAMKK
Los I -A binall iliaiiuiii-l -tml. FinUi-r will
in- liiii-rally r'-wardi! hy leaving same at
This OIi-. ,
Foil AI.K tar Ki-staurant . 1 furnihe-l
riMiiii. iluiiii; imi'1 littsines. Applv to
M K. liri:roN, "
l'aie ivirarileaii. Mi.
WANTKO l!y a .n-tc.-si.Jei.t Manttrai'tur
inir lliiuse. "a it'hkI Stili-sman to ranva-s
: Cilv ami I'ounly trade in thi
seetioll . Ki'ler
oi: SAI.K A line m-w laitillv surrey. Will
j Ii e M rlu-ai K.r partii-ulars apply at
I ortic,'l. .....
1 I AIMKSI make l.ir wajres i iloins pleasant
. tii-nlnrs to all scnilii.:.' irt stamp
lli'llie wnm, nun iii iwin si-im iuh -',-
Miss M. A.
, sti-hliins, Lawrence, Mii'liiiran.
j ro'J SAI.K Seven nickel mitnntiil liow
; V easi-s. A!sn small slm-k "I iewelery- ami
, I- "i ".-'- " ' s"
in a hbrh state of cultivation. Will sell the
inrni a a whole or will sell in tenor twenty
a.-re lots. Kor rurthi-r particulars aMress
Michael Sclierer, tape liiranlenn. Mo.
WlM'HI-I'ltoMlT AMI KAITKKCI.
i.KNTl.KMAN ot la'ly t. travel lor re-
lialile esiablisli" 1 lions
salarr sT-i . ayal
tiellsi-s. Sltualiin. iiermaiieni. i.t-ier-
Mii-lese si-ii-a-i.tresseii stiiih-i
11 K IP'
I'res.. ;-iii Oi-arSirii St
1 t hira.'o.
Fi ii: . f.K Choice buil'lttie lot . re.-t tn'iit
bv 1ST lift ileep. Located on east sideol
j QKEHt'uKN I.arje yellow -eel .urn the
OiH-st vellow corn on earth for sale at 4. K.
; vhtviker's if "erv -tore. I ape i..iranlean.
: on I'l'VT i-;..ii, ;.-.. nmiiM. ain Krnmlnriiv
j f jv ,r B or two lamili.-s.
: sm-o -torv with lront entrance. iiti cistern
! an,l nell water. Want irnnil renters. Apply to
; ,.nus ital.i.-h. at resi.l.-nce. d-w-.-w.
1 X 7 A NTK1 l.lv i:r eiitli-iiian to takecliarire
: W ot isiallmei.'t Ku-iness and Collect iu this
iCoitntv. Salary ln per week to beirinwith.
i AiMn-s. ia-iosimr stamp for rej.ly.
, .,' K CAMPIiKLl..
" Kansiu, City. Mo
e Traveling Men
" J Manna f "I.
Wonder' 1 letachahle lloor and 'i'raiisom Ijh-k:
nt lur-i-r than an ordiuarv iack fcnite; earrieil
i in the iK-k.ti kevi.- ai..iiion-pickaiile. Nickle
,,1-te.l a:il a liamlsoitie iiorkrt noveltv Ouar-
I illtw, to s.uri-lv ta-ten any loir or transom.
antee.1 to aMurelv
" the inide. --nd cents for sample with
directions for use and terms AJ.lw H.
E. Hanna. llutchins vi. Kansa.
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.
Fine Groceries, Feed, Fruits, F.tc,
Xo. 3 Main St.
I 'HAS. J. HAM AX,
Boots and Shoes Exclusi"dy,
iti Main St. .
STL' UDIVAXT BAXK,
Cor. Main A: Themis St.
1. II. DUMPS KY.
Wholesale and Retail G nicer
JAS. MeKEXXA CO.,
Dealers in Hides, Wool, Furs, Ktc.
Cor. Themis & Water Sts.
MKS. J. WAUXKB,
Haarig Meat Market.
Good Hope Street.
.1. MAPLK WILSON.
Drugfist and Stationer.
117 Main St.
Galvanized Tron House Fronts, Stoves
GKO. (L KIMMKL,
Attorney at Ltw and Notary Public.
102 Main street.
THE NEW IDLE WILD,
Semi-weekly St. Louis and Cape, Gir
ardeau Packet Company.
AI CiiEXFE. The Jeweler.
Silverware. Wiltch it-pairing.
Aug. Schivelbine. I'rop.
THE BEE STOKE."
Wholesa!'.; and Retail Drv Gooils.
Cor. Spanish and IndejH-ndence .stn-t.
It. G. RAXXEY.
Attorney at Law.
rxiox Mii.Lixi; co..
Full Roiier Flour. Feed and Meal.
IDA HIRSt II.
Millinery and Xotiori.
G. W. TRAY IS.
I'lT Main street.
P. A. II'M H.
Furniture ami Undertaking.
Xo. 2.1 Main Street.
W. Y. LEECH.
Notary Public. Real Estate. Colh-cting
-i-iii Loan Agent. Main - Themis
CAPE BREWERY ICE .X).
Manufacturers of ' IW figer Beer,
Made 'from Distilled Water.
DR. P. W. MURTOX. -1- C. WOODY,
Practical Dentist, otli-.-e Stiirdivaiit I'hotograph Gallery
Bank Bttilditig. Cai- Girardeau. Mo Bet. St. Charles Hotel & CoiiM-House
S5000 Stock of Seasonable Clothing to
be closed out in 30 days. This will be one of
the greatest slaughter sales ever made
in Clothing in Southeast Missouri. Com
mencing June 1st and continuing 30 days
unless closed out sooner. Note prices:
65 Odd Coats and Vests former price $7.50,
$8.50 $9.50 and $10.00 go in this sale for $5.00.
210 pair of Odd Pants reduced from $6.50 and
$5.50 to $4.00.
1S5 pair of Odd Pants reduced from $4 to $2.50.
Lot No. i.
Lot No. 2.
Lot No. 3.
Lot No. 4.
Lot No. 5.
Lot No. 6.
Lot No. 7.
102 Youths Coats and Vests from $8.00 to $4.00
37 Youths Suits from $10.00 to $6.00
20 Youths Suits from $6.00 to $3.50.
Lot No. 8.
Lot AO. Q.
Lot No. 10. A large line of Children's Clothing at half price.
Thic no advertising dodge, but facts, as
we are determined our clothing stock shall
go if prices will move it.
Remember all Clothing during this sale is
tor CASH ONLY. All other goods will be
sold at greatly reduced prices during the
Clothing Sale. This will be an opportunity
for a life time to buy some good Clothing for
very little money, but it will take cash to get it.
27 Main Street,
j W. G. 1XJLACK,
I Dea'er in General Merchandise.
i H. S. DEANK,
Ileal Kstate and Insurance.
! 102-V Main street.
I JOHN H. SANDE1J & SON,
j (Jroceries, Dry Goods and Notions.
Cor. Sprigg & Williams Sts.
j (iOTTFKIRD HAUTUNG,
i Gunsmith, and dealer in Firearms.
I KEN GOCKFX.
j Star Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
j Spanish Street.
j Y(k;elsangei: & Reynolds
' Hardware and FainTTmpIemnts.
I One door S. of First National Bank.
G. W. BAHN,
I VC ..1....!.. ..n.l lr..t..il ll'JIllu-UIH.
10, 12 & 14 N. Main St.
F. H. YASTERLIXG,
Dealer in Dry Good and Groceries.
Cor. Broadway and Middle Sts.
JAMES K. DEXXIS.
Attorney at Law.
Cigars and Smokers' Articles.
:is Main street.
J. X. WHITELAW.
Dry Goods. Clothing. Boots and Shoe
I. BEX. MILLER.
Drugs. Books and Stationery.
.1 V 7 Main street.
EDWARD S. LILLY,
Hardware. Waivhoaseon Spanish St.
.'!;; v Main stivet.
E. II. KNGELMANX,
oilice at Court House.
Pr-scott House. 2-'i Main St.
M. A. Scott. Proprietor.
Best Meals iu the City.
The Ba fliers, also Hot and Cold Baths
South Main St.
SIXGER MANUFACTURING CO.
.1. A. Hanson. Manager
1 IT Broadway.
DAYID A. GLENN.
and Retail Dry Goods,
27 Main Street.
rj j : Y XFSSBAUM. "
,w,er . rv (;(,J;i.(;1.0vl.ies. Boots,
Shoes and General Merchandis
from $12.50 and $15.00 to $.50
" $8.00 to $6.00.
$6.00 to $3.00.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
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