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MURDERS AT MEMPHIS.
Mann Mcetlnsc Held to Denounce the
Memphis. Tenx.. June 17. Tbe
assassination of W. A. Sneetl Mon
day niht by "Skinny'" Hite was the
cause of a mass meeting at the Audi
torium last nlghU when 4.HM people
fathered and held an indignation
meeting. The meeting was presided
over by Hon. W. H. Carroll, fhah
man of the Demorratic State onven
tion. Strong resolutions were adopt
ed. Hite. who was in jail under sus
picion of beinrthe murderer of Sneed.
bei-auie alarmed and sent for Attorney
General Patterson and eonfescd the
This was not the only murder gvow
int: out of yesterday's primary. 'as
per Blanz, an old German, was
knocked down by 'ap Wooten, a local
tough, and died early this morning
from brain concussion. Wooten is
al.-o in jail, charged with murder.
Family Life In Yucatan.
Sisters have a fancy for dressing
precisely alike, even to the tying of a
bow, the turn of a button or the flower
worn in the hair. In the tropics, you
know, large families are the fashion,
and any day you may see girls out 5n
groups, of from three or four to a
baker's dozen, who belong to the same
parentage, as one glance at their
clothes will show. Thus it is easy to
distinguish the members of a family
anywhere, and not infrequently the
fair sisters are poetically called by
. their favorite flower or color. For ex
ample, the line senoritas of the Kspan
oza household are known as "The lied
Koses" because each invariably
adorns herself with jacqueminots,
while people speak of the Gonzales
girls as "Las Azules,'" because they
are alwavs dressed in blue. Speaking
of dress, the costume of about nine-
tenths of the boys of Yucatan under
the age of 10 or 12 years is simplicity
itself, consistin-r of a straw hat. gen
erally crownless, discarded by some
body else, a pair of sandals made by
his mother, and a string around his
neck, with a charm attached, which
has been ldessed by the local priest
Sometimes, for state occasions, he
dons a little calico shift, but evident
ly feels desperately hampered and ill
at ease in such shackles of convention
ality. The attachment of all classes
to their homes is a striking feature of
the national character, lleverence
for parents goes with them through
their wedded life, increasing with the
lapse of years. A man or woman is
never too old or dignified to kiss the
hands of the aired father or mother.
and to visit them every day, and the
time never comes in the lives of the
parents when "the children'' are not
amenable to them, though themselves
the parents of children. It is not tin
usual to see several families residing
in the same casa. Iiecause the grown
up sons with their wives, and the
daughters with their husbands, could
not be spared by the loving parents to
make separate homes. Letter from
It May Do as Much lor You.
Mr. Fred Miller, Irving, 111., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble
for many years, with severe pains in
his back a"nd also that his bladder
was effected . He tried many so called
Kidney cures but with out any good
result. About a year ago he began
use of Electric Bitters and found relief
at once. Klectric Bitters is especially
adapted to cure of all Kidney and
Liver troubles and often gives almost
instant relief. One trial will prove
our statement. Hrice only ." cents
for large bottle. At Blomeyer & Ha
man's drug store.
British Wool tirowers 1'rosper at
All kind of British agriculture is
in a very depleted condition except
sheep husbandry. This is flourishing
now at the expense of American wool
Mark Lane's Kxpress, speaking f
the British wool trade, says:
"Wool is almost the only product
of British agriculture which may be
considered to have emerged from de
pression. There was an active de
mand for some kinds of Knglish wools
last summer and autumn at satisfac
tory prices, higher, indeed, than had
been realized by flock-masters in a
great many preeeeding years. This
advance in values, it is true, was only
for certain kinds of wool, while there
were others for which the advance was
very trilling, and when it is ronsiderd
that there are large sections of the
farming community which, through
not producing any large quantity of
, are not materiallv interested in
matter, the actual bearing of the
able incident on agricultural de-
inn itself must not I).' overesti-
Still. it is gratifying to find
product of agriculture in this
country enhaueed in value, and it is
hoped the advantage to the l.in-ilock-inaslcrs.
and probably to
others, has been of no m.-aii
J-.eauy method in drowning. a to
what to do and how to do it. will be
found in Dr. JKaul'mannV Medicai
Work: hue colored jila'es from life.
Send threi; 2-vnt stamps. t pay post
age to A. P. Ordway Co.. Boston.
Ma?., and receive a copy free.
ISase ilall ;iosajy.
Walloping a tingle Making a base
A fungo to center A 3y to center
whistling triplet A three-base
Hugging a musty Catching a swift
'onnectingwith abaloon ily Catch
ing a high ball. Synonyms: "Clasp
ing a high one" and "pulling a throw
Dying easy at lirst Describes a
case where the lirst baseman puts a
man out w ith little effort.
Had wings on his heels Used to
describe a fleet runner.
Had tabasco sauce in his arms
Used to describe a vigorous batter.
Ijirruped a si-rajier Batted a high
ball. "Slashing i jieaeh"' is almost
synonymous, but less delinite.
Lacing an easy one Describes a
case where the batsman has little dif
ficulty in dealing with the pitcher.
Urchaining a cyclone with the wil
low To bat a ball which moves off
very swiftly, pursuing a course near
Ambled to the bag Made a base by
Emle.zling the plate Describes a
case where strategy temporarily takes
the place of leg talent.
Tobogganed to third This term is
applied to cases where a runner com
pletes his journey in a sitting posture.
Kangarooed eto second Reached
second base by leaps and bounds.
A sizzling grounder Describes a
batted ball which, with the addition
of a little more force, would have In
come a "cyclone."
I'opping a mushy one Hitting a
ball which lacks momentum.
Toying with the sphere Hitting the
ball repeatedly without difficulty.
inched at the plate I'ut out while
in the act of making the base.
Smacked on the trade-mark - l)es
scrilies a ball which has received a
knockout :blow. Balls under this
treatment usually develop into "sky
scrapers," "sizzling grounders," or
"cyclones."-- Chicago Times-Herald.
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis. Alderman. Chi
cago, says: "l regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as an Ideal l'auacca
for Coughs. Colds and Lung Com
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last live years to the exclusion
of physician's prescriptions or othei
Hev. John Burgus. Keokuk. Iowa,
writes: I have l--n a Minister of tin
Methodist hpiscopal him-li for .iO
years or more, and have never found
anything so leneficial. or that gave
nie such siieeuy reliel as ur. King s
Xew Discovery." Try this Ideal
Cough Remedy now. Trial bottles
free at Blomeyer V Hainan's drug
The great triumphant principle of
our American Chi istianity is that' it
is an independent, self-supporting.
self-governing church in a free coun
try, existing indejiendently of the
church, but at the same time in per
fect harmony and friendly relation
ship with it. By our American prin
ciple jiersecution is made impossible be
cause man has religious liberty in the
fullest sense, in thought. neceh and
action so long as he does not inter
fere with public peace and ordei.
merica recognizes religion as purely
voluntary. She accord m the same
freedom to religious lilierty that she
does to civil liberty, without regard
to creed" sect or party. Hey. S. X.
Summer I.mitl and Homeseekers Kx-
rurslons to Tennessee. Mississippi
hii1 Alabmuu.tlie Itarden spot
ol the World.
The Summer and Fall is theliest sea
son of the year in which to visit the
South in order to see and investigate
the many advantages which that sec
tion offer the settleron Mavli'th. June
2nd and liith.July 7th and 21st. August
4th and ISth. Sept. 1st and 1.1th. K-t.
ith and 20th. 1S!"..
Kxcursions will be run and round
trip tickets sold at One Faro (plus)
$2,00 from stations St. Louis to Cairo
inclusive to points in the South and
points in Tennessee. Mississippi and
Alabama, the Garden Soot of the
Trains will leave St. Louis Union
Station Daily at 7:.'I2 a. in. and 7:2-"i
p. ill. on dates mentioned above.
For information conccrninj; land
a'ddress the Alabama Laud and De
velopment Company. Mobile. Ala.
Poi-informatiou about rates, tickets,
time. etc.. call on or address W. 11.
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importers in the West. Imiwrted last ycai
S'JU.IHKI bags or o,0n0,ut pounds of coffee.
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ST. LOUIS. MO.
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C'APL CIltAiiDKAU, - - - MO.
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he befit maunei :
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AH kind6 ol Job Work done in the befit inannei ;
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ROOFING ANT G-TTERING
A specialty and work guaranteed first-class.
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GJL.J-J CITY ;
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a. I".. Ijt-avvs .lacksoi; :st li a. in..'
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Second back leaves ( ape at 1 p. m..
arrives at .!ai-lron -.'' . m.. leaves
lackson at p. i i.. iiiives "aie at
4:"o . m. M'-.v hack and sood teams.
Tiss 5hnstir;e U!;e8lsr,
PrL-rari tiHo w-"ri or. si.vr? notice. ?-Kth
, Spanish Street. oct2t-'.4
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Incidental Fee only ..(" per Term
Board only S2..KI to .'i.00 jier week
For Catalogue, address,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the courts and attei.it to
all business entrusted to him.
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The 3losi SucreNfnl Reinprfyevpr discov
ered, as it is certain in its eficcU and uoefi not
blister. Head proot beluw.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
T.uision, Ohio, Jan. loth, 1S93.
Dr. B. J. Kestiau. Co.
Oents: I hare btn n&lnK yonr Spavin Cure
ivlih rernarkr.hle success on a KiiiK-hnne of
lone stiimliiiK. Ii'n a itut-e rare, I Ibinbs
ia alnioni t-very cae. Your tnilv,
X. C REYNOLDS.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
St. Louis, Mo, April 2Tth, 1S91
DR. B. J. KE3TDA1.I. CO.
Genu : I tried yonr " Kesdalx-s Spavtx CTre.
and It had the desired effect. I used not quite
bait a bottle of it. Mr horae had a Terrible
fepraiu on his lee. Respectfully yours.
LOREXCK WliaT.LM, the Baker.
Price SLQDper bottle.
DR. B. J. KT.MAt,Tj f'O..
Kno-,burKn FrIIm, eriuont.
or.i v a 1. 1. iitri;;isTfi.
Cape City Roller Hills.
Latest Improved Roller Process.
ll.via.rf i.toil fh. TiilluT Pmmc. we are
now prepared to make flour of the finest grades.
A trial ni our Holier rrocees nour m
vtnee yon that It la the beat Flonx made, dive
as a trial.
Broadway, - Cape Girardeau. Mo.
C. LINDEMANN & SON.
OF ALL KINDS.
White and yellow nine, poplar, cypress, oak.
enm, walnut, ash and cheery. Also flooring
and ceiling all (Trades, finishing lumber,
laths, shingles, mouldings, window and door
casx-intf. Window and door frames, all sizes
made to order on short notice. ueiiyery any
where inside of city limits.
Spanish St., Cape Oirakdeau. Mo.
M. E. LEMING,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in llou-ih
CYPKKSS. OAK AXD GUM
CYP11KSS LATH AND SHINGLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
shops. Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Hew Dental Office
Dr. F. M. Williams, D. D S.
All work done hy latest and In-st
methods. Crown and bridge work,
teeth without plates. A limited num
ber of jrold, silver and cement fillings
at less than regular price.
Koiisrue Buildiny over Post Mtiiv.
Between St, Charles Hotel ami Court House
pil K'9te of UorK $!?eap,
Pictures copied and enlarged from any kind
of pictures. Proofs shown and perfect picture
DEALEK IS FIXK BRANDS OF
ipes arjd Cigars.
Therlnest saloon in the city, special -ttteii
given to thejug traile. Fresh Cape beer aU'-aya
FOi: .SPKKD. SAFKTV
AXD COMFORT TAKK THE
ile & Ohio R. R.
The Favorite Itonte Between the
North and South.
ST. LOUIS. CHICACO.
M KM PHIS.
Land Kxcursions o the South at
intrivals to suit the convenience of
everyone wishing to see the Careen
Spot of America,
or any portion in the South.
For time, ticket rates or oth-r in
formation call on your nearest ticket
asrent or address
K. K. POSEY, (i. P. A. Mobile. Ala.
A. J. Kkxt. Ajrt Murphysboro. III.
SUFFERING IN SILENCE.
Women are the real heroes of the
world. Thousands on thousands of them
endure the dragging torture of the ills
,. . . : i : . i ..
peculiar TO WOUianK.inu 1U lucxncutcwi
home. They suffer on and on weeks,
months, years. The story of weakness
and torture is written m the drawn
features, in the sallow skin, iu the list
less eyes, in the lines of care and worry
on the face.
Inborn modesty seals their lips. They
prefer pain to humiliation. Custom has
made them belie-e the only hope of
relief lies in the exposure of examina
tion and "local treatment."
Take ten cases of "lemale weakness
and in nine of them "local treatment'
isnnnecessarv. There is no reason wny
modest, sensitive women should sub
mit to it. McELKEE'S
is ayepetable wine. It exerts a wonder
fully healing, strengthening and sooth
ing influence over the organs of woman
kind. It invigorates and stimulates tne
whole system. It is almost infallible in
curing the peculiar weaknesses, irre
gularities and painful derangements of
woman. Year after year, in the privacy
of home away frorll the eyes ot every
body it effects cures.
WO(E OF CABDUI is Hold (or S1.00
bottle. DealenlnmedicliMaeUlt. Flye
bottlea oaaalljr ewe tlie nonl emc.
ST. LOUIS AXD XEW OKLFAXS
Fine Freight and Passenger Steamere
City of St. Louis,
City of Xew Orleans,
City of Hickman,
City of Monroe,
City of Cairo,
Pin- Cairo. Memphis. Vicksbunr.
Xew Orleans and all way landings.
Sti-:iinei- leaves Caiie Oirarrieau
every Thursday and Sunday.
For Cairo. Xew Madrid. Memphis,
and all way landings.
si,.:niifi- leaves Cape Ciraideail
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For SL Louis. Steamers lea ve Cape
Girardeau everv Sunday and Wednes
day P. M.
For freight and passage address,
C M. Berkley. .-n. Pass. Agt.
John Bind. Cencral Freight
St. Louis. Mo.
Mrs. A. Bader has re
moved her millinery store
from Spanish street to 111
Main street and has added
to her store a
and Hair dress
She ha exK-i-ieiu-cd iadies
in these departments, and
she would lie pleased to
have ladies call and see
SPECIFICS are scientifically
prepared Remedies; have
been used for half a century
with entire success.
no. EPrrinr fob
1 Fererm, CongeaUoua, Inflammations.
X Wormts WormFeTer, Worm Colic...
3 Teelhiii. I ollc, Crying. Wtkefulnesa
4 Dlarrhra, of Children or Adulta
6- Oyaenlery. Griping, BUioas (Jouc...
e-Cholera Morbaa, Vomiting
7 4.'au(ha, Ookls Bronchitis
H-.uralift, Toothache, Faceacbe.....
9-Headaehea, sick Headache, Vertigo.
10 DvapeiMia, niuounea, CoustlpaUuo,
1 1 Koparraaed or PalnTuI Periods....
It Whites, Tin Profane 1-ertods ..
13 Crona, LarynnilK Boaneness
11-Salt Khenin, Ervulpelan, Eruptions.
15 Kbeamalisin, or Rheumatic Pains..
IS-Malaria. Chills. Fever sod Ague
lT-Pllea, Blind or Bleedlnc -
lH-Opblhalmy. Sore or Weak Eyes
19 Catarrh. Influenia, Cold in the Head
SO Whooping Couch,
!1 Asthma, Oppreaud Breathing
tl4-Ear IMscharces, Impaired Uearing.
-J3-Krrorula. Enlarged Glands. Swelling
. 3S-Dropv. and Scanty SecrerJons
6-Kea Sickness, Klckaesi from Elding
S-8or Mouth, or Canker
30 I rlnary Ueskaess,
31 Painful Periods
S--Diaeases of the Heart. PalplUdoa
33- Epllepsy, Spasms. St vltns' Dance..
34- Kora Throat, Wulnsjr.Dlpbtberta....
35- hronie C'angestians Eruptions...
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