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-- . .. .. . . . iiiw.u 1 i n tui) new
houses erected in this city this year.
Our city still grows.
Houck's Missouri & Arkansas Rail
road, when extended south to More- i
house, will cross the Belmont Branch
of th3 Iron Mountain at Morely. and j
vhen extended north it will connect
with the St. Louis. Caie -Girardeau j
& Fort Smith at the college farm. i
Incipient consumption is cured with I
Dr. Bells I"ine Tar Honey. In llama- i
tion is allayed and the clogging of the j
lungs is stopped. When this is ac
complished the road to health is a j
straight one. Get a bottloto-day. Sold,
by all dealers
Our old friend, Xoeholas Wichterieh. ;
is a candidate for re-election to the j
office of City Treasurer. j
Henry Rowan moved his barber
shon ta-dav to the St. Churls Hotel
William VTueIke would make a good
Mayor, but v.e are not so sure that
he wov.lt have the office-
!). Sawyer: Dear Sir: I can say
wi.ii pleasure mat i nave ihi-i usin-e
you;- meiiicine. and will recommend it
to ail suffering ladies.
Mr.::. V. W. Wkathkkshjik.
Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore
The new ice plant for the brewery is
to be in operation by the ih-st of June.
What's the matter with H. S. Doyle
as a Democratic candidate for the
Council from the first ward. Hiram
is a dyed in the wool Democrat. He
is a Cleveland man but he voted for
Bryan and soft money.
Our merchants have confidence of
better limes coming. They are tilling
their stores with new goods. They
do not expect to keep these goods.
They are getting tlv-m in for sale.
Poison Ivy. insect bites, bruises,
scalds, burns, are i li.-kly cured by
DeWitt's Witch lia-! Salve, the
great pile cure. For sale hy J. Ma
ple Wilson. Druggist.
The Republican city convention wiil
probably nominate M. E. Li-ming for
Mayor. Dr. Poterlield has been
spoken of but we understand that he
does not want the office.
Mrs. Hulda Johnson, sisterof Vi:-g.
P. Adams, die-1 at In:;- hom'j in Ca:up-lx-11
The whole system is drained and
undermined hy indolent ulcers and
oiien sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve speedily heals them. It is the
best pile cure known. For sale by J.
Maple Wilson, Druggist.
A runaway engine on the St. Louis,
Cape Girardeau & Fort Smith Rail
road created quite an excitement at
the railroad shops last night at about
six o'clock. The engine got away
from Charley Hall and went out th
road at the rate of about a miie a
minute. Another engine was s--: t t::t
after the runaway :i:d at. ita nui'v's
sawmili ;!i runaway was found Maul
l)o;i t forget there are
Directors to elect at the CO
"iS-iyswiii '; b.iy.-." but
a V.. I-:' to lose any of thetn.
, o e;nn,
'.Oil I'll t
fie ready i
l live in I
t..- t.e g;-eetl app'e si.-ason !
jl-'A'i'.'s Colic and Cholera
house. For sale bv .!. M:
s .r.. Druggie.
Martin I ' K-rheid - aimoiinees liin-.--
If in to-d.-.y's iKMoi:.Tas a:i inu.
pender.t caiiilidatc for City Marshal.
Mr. '. Iherlieide is a nice young man.
lie is honest, honorable and clever
:i;;d ::" e!-i-t -d !r- will make a good
Don't trifle away time when you
have cholera morbus or diarrhoea, i
Fight them in the lieginning with 0c- I
Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. You !
don't have to wait for results, they !
are instantaneous, and it leaves the
bow-Is in healthy condition. For sale
by J. Mapi- Wilson. Druggist.
J amies Wihles as a candidate for City
Mr. Wildes is a Republi-j
can ati'i he announces himself subject i
to the action of tin- Republican con-
ventioij. wants the noiniii.ition
anil then he is v.illing to take his
cliances with the other candidates,
Mr. Wildes is well qualified to a tend J
to the duties of the office. j
The Stat Bankers' Association i
will meet in this city in May. The j
members of the Association will come
down from St. Louis on an Anchor i
Theories of cure may lie discussed
at length by physician?
but the suf
ferers want quick relief: and :n-
Minute Cough Cure will give it to
them. A safe cure for chililren. if is
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate results." For sale
by J. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
With a twelve thousand dollar he
plaut added to the ice plant already j
in the brewery the Cape Brewery and I
Ice Company will be the largest man- !
ufacturing enterprise in South
lien tne new ice plant is in opera- ,
Every thin- t Local Form To
Found That is of Interest.
tion the Cajie Brewery and Ice t cm.-i are liegin-.itig to ivaa.e the impoi
panx ill lie i he higgest money niai.- tance of thi extension of -this road to
i:,g i-iifi.-rpri.se in Southeast .Missov.ri !
ai.ii ,t will add
,i. tin s city.
inch to the business I
Our ice dealers will be prepared this
lyear to furnish ice for home and
Don't get excited if you see a
i stranger in town. We may expect
I lots of strangers here when MeKinlev
gets fairly started in the business of
running the country.
We understand that F. W. Pott will
build two or three cottage houses this
Chas. T. Lewis is being urged to
tun for Councilman in the first ward. I
Mr. Lewis is a good citizen and he j
would make a good Councilman.
Dolly Mozley will leave Washing-
ton on the .Ith of March for his home !
in the little city of Dexter. The gen- :
tie zepyrs from the Potomac will never i
, .... . i
again cooi inc- orow 01 a man as
Dr. A. P. Sawver:-Dear doctor I ",u,ltlT counstable at a country aue
have used and sold your Family Cure tlon- Mr- 3:indol. however is a good
with excellent resoults. It cured me ! fellow and he sometimes talks just to
i of the rheumatism and I
i years old and have not
now am "
an ache or
iP:lin- Mns. F. A. Khoads.
j Sold at J. Maple 'Wilson's drug store.
j Poli.vmen pulled a colored man this
j afternoon who came ashore from the
j Bluff City with a pisto! in his pocket
i .fudge J. F. Medley is still improv
j ing and he will 1m; able to attend the
May term of the County Court,
j The auction sale of the Busgess
stock of goods has been discontinued,
j Negotiations are pending for a sale of
; the goods in bulk at private sale.
I 'on), the great enemy of childhood,
succumbs at on-e to the soothing in
fluence of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey.
Bronchial affections lose their danger
when this great remedy is at band. No
home should le without it. Sold by
1). A. Glenn is opening his spring
and summer stock of goods. Mr.
j Glenn spent several days in the city
i selecting his goods and he has the
! latest and best.
Anton Ketterer would like to lie
Louie Brinkopf i thinking of run
ning for Marsha!. He has not yet
fully decided how lie wants to run.
Raising the salary of the City Mar
shal's office to three hundred and fifty
dollars a year will bring out. a r.um-
i her of new candidates for that office.
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer'
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Try a free
sample. Tb-y do not grit-. Sold at
J. Maple Willson's drug store.
Dr. A. List extracted a tooth for a
Jackson physician last Sunday that
the Jackson dentists refused totackle.
Dr. List took the tooth out "without
pain and the Jackson man went home
feeling grateful to Dr. List.
Frank Unnerstaii is a candidate for
Councilman from t!e third ward.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar Honey combines
new ami valuable medical agences.
It ailv.ii.--es .. new theory ill the treat-me-e
i ; ..n:.'hs. colds, iungand bron
Xi.:.i; ft ion.-. U cares and cures
eii.ck'.y. it affords immediate relief to
consumptives and many who were
thought to have consumption have
!,:. ure'i by ir use. Sold by all
::is to b.- !
lie a ik
;-;., came ,iown
aorii . :.g
ou; ; :A 1 e hours be
hind time. She was detained by fog
and had to lay up aii niylit Monday
night, ami then she had an immense
cargo of freight out of St. Louis.
There are only tlm-e candidates in
the lield now for City Marshal. All
this talk about ten or twelve candi
dates is talk nothing else.
lt doesn't matter much whether sick
headache. billiousness. indigestion
aud constipation are caused by neg
lect or by una voidable circumstances:
D-W-.tt's Little Karly Risers will
siee,ii'y cure them all. For sale by
.!. Ms pie Wi'.sop. Druggist.
in receipt of a Blue Book.
:il! c ! information for office
i 'a i-iics stking office under
ministration are at lilseriy
t!i pages ;f this np-to-
v, hi- !i
!;,,, :i . v
j ,;ate ll;
Then. Liiid will iie a candidate for
re-election to the Council from the
W. II. Bohnsack has opened up his
spring stock of goods. Mr. Bohn
sack searched The city markets for
seasonable goods and he got what
wili suit the trade in this section of
Dr. A. !'. .Sawyer: I have lieen i valuable for those who can not stand
troubled with rheumatism and lung : the strain of coughing. Ask yo-.irdrr.g-trouble
for a number of years, can ,r-lst for it. Take no substitute. Tht-i-e
say I never had any thing help me j j"s nitp as ot,d as Dr .Bell's Ph.e
like V".r- I.inuly "ui--. l-r. tt i . ! -
Mi-st. II WtXitAKT. ; Tar Honey, t-oo;. druggists se,l u.
I.-n:i. Ills. ' flan-nce Givens and Fritz Pait- a.e
'' T- ' V.'ilson's drug sr..;-. . i
ly.-'ieve t'lia; a move will soon j
i. ,.m! on out Mi extend Hoiick s Mis- 1
i souri A- Arkansas Railroad from!
omiiieice t-.i nn.- roi. i"-l"--
this c'ty and we believe ir.ey aiv
itig to do sotnet'
;ng to .lefo
The C'ty Treasurer was at the court!
house to-day paying off the warrants !
issued by the City Council. j
Many a day's work is lost by sick ; s Pinc-Tar-Honey is the best : in the veins of a Southern Brigadier,
headache, caused by indigestion and i cough, cold and grip cure. After you j Unless there is much more
stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little j try lt onec you will like it too well to j behind the resignation than has ap
Early Risers -are the most effectual j accept any substitute. Sold by dealers, peared on the surface, the verdict of
pill for overcoming such difficulties.!
For sale by J. Maple Wilson. Drug
gist. Tiie funeral of .lohn H. Stratman
took nlace at '.:.'50 this morning and
notwithstanding the bad weather a
large number of our oldest citizens
were in attendance.
Arbor-al soap for chapped skin.
Ex-Sheriff .1. M. Randol, of Jack
son, is in the city to-day. J udson is
out of office but he is not out of poli
tics. He i-s as frisky as a little bull
in Hy time and is as full of gab as a
Keep in practice,
., . . .
r-veryooiiy Has a cold sometimes
vour turn will come. Keep a bottle of
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey at hand and
lie pivpared for an emergency. This
famous remedy will cure a cold before
it gets fairly started or after it has set
tled. The sooner you take it the soon
er you get well. Sold by all dealers.
L. N. Torrence is a candidate for
Mayor of Jackson. If Mr. Torrence
wiil move down here we can give him
a job of that kind.
The mail Department of the Ameri
can Business College, of Omaha.
Nebraska, is now the kpecial favorite
of the people. Several thousand
young men and women have secured
enrolment in this College at a small
expense and are to-day receiving the
benefits of a commercial education at I
their homes. '
I'l. . : r I i : .. i '
i lie rcuiaiii.s ui urs. iiuiiiguam
will reae.i Here MaturUay anil her
funeral will probably take plae - Sun-
To say something is one tiling, to
prove it is another. We can't prove
that Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is the
best cough remedy on earth unless you
will try it. if you do this and don't
agree with us you get your money
back from any druggist.
Dr. Murton writes us that
return to the Cane in about !
n da vs.
He savs liis father is improving but
lie is not vet out of dantrer. I
Arbor-al and Arbor-al.-oap tor sale
, ,,. IT ,, ... ,. ,
bv u . H. oerver. . ( . Hainan. 1.
' , . , . . ,
1. Miller and u . A. J rickey.
The city -fovcrnment of Jackson is
pi-ejiaring to extend and improve th
streets of that town. The four saloons
of Jackson pay the city government a
revenue and that will he used to im
prove the streets.
If von have ever seen a liU
in the agony of summer complaint,
you can realize tin- danger of the
trouble and appreciate the value of
in. ta::t;:neo;:s relief always aiToivd
by I) -Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure.
Fo:- :i - ;.Te -y ,-i:d diarrhoea it is a
reli-.. . i !v. Wc could not alTord
::.!. as a cure aaless
;;. . i'l-r sale by J. Maple
ilp dis- j
-e-i i-e-.iir.'it d 1mm.- from
:hls uioi-i.inj; .vln-n: !--e;ir.-li
of ii a 1th.
! from lllireiis was in
Dr. A. P. Sawver: Dear Sir:
Hamburg induced me to try your
ily Cure. 1 was great!
ocilcMted by It
to i-v ry lady
and 1 recommended it
in poor health. 1 1'
Sold at J. Ma;
The rain the last few cays has caus
ed much damage to th-- railroads ii
the way of wash outs. Train on ail
the railroads are behind time ami
the mails failed to get through.
That marvelous results may ! ob
tained by advertising is shown !y the
fact that the American Business Col
lege. Omaha. Xcb.. now ha-! an en-
i rolmetit of over l.'KKI stuinii-ts in iiu-ir
' mail Denartine.it in this State.
Otto Hanny a:.r i!i.n l.i.ii.-. -IT to
day as a Republican candidae.- Tor
City Marshal. Mr. Hanny is a nice
young mat:. He is -.veil qualitic-u for
the iiflice and he vaiuh: make a dutiful
and clever officer.
Dr. Bell's Pin,-Ta:- Honey cures
coughs for onng andold. iis cough
medicines simnlv beio vou cough. Dr. '
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey helps ten
to cough. See the liiiTt n-r.ceV Would
von like to trv it? It is particularly
,r00ll n,e au( ti1(. voters oi" the se.-,ii:d
wanl will do the riM thing if thy
..l...t r.i..:n ro ih.
Business oilege of
itmi - iha Xe'.... .:T-is :: u:v o-iaot f:i:;'v
! f,,r vt,un-' to U l'-" '"
I business education at home Without:
I charge lor tuition, iwaoers i.i
.T. lw.,.l.l u.- ,il t-n..,r.s..U- of lilis
il'1!' .... ....... . ..v. ...... (
I liberal offer at once. .
Most druggists sell you what you
ask far. Some will ask you to take
something which they claim is "just
as good." Sometimes a little more
profit induces them to do this. Dr.
In tins proper column to-day appears
the announcement of Prof. Poe as a
candidate for County School Cora- self against the conservative policy
missioner. Than Mr. Poe there is of the administration. Within nine
not a more deserving young man in days of a change in the national ad
the county. He is a son of I. H. Poe, ministration. Gen. Lee might have
superintendent of the county farm, been expected to bottle up his person
He has taught school in this county al resentment over the sluggish and
seven years and he is therefore well evasive methods of Spanish diploma
qualified for the position he seeks. C-y. Having restrained his warlike
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is an im i dissent .from the Cuban policy of
portant addition to the list of the Pl"esidc'nt Cleveland for so many
world's mest valuable medicines, j months, he might have held himself
Harmless in its nature, yet almost in-1 in for a few da-vs longer, until that
fallible in its m-tion. it is undoubtedly ; !""-'" v-""t out of oftu-e and a new
the most efficacious means known to- ' hnd n'as 'lt ,lu; hellK of sUt'-- W,!,'n
da v of cui-im- coughs, colds and kin- ! ,he change does come, we hare n
dred diseases. Sold bv all druggists
The Democrats will run a candidate
for 'olinri tm:i n in tne tHipil vi i-J
Death .t John Henry stratman.
John Henry Stratman died at his
nome in in:s city ueitiu-sctay morn-;
ing. March :'.rd. lsiT. The deceased
w:s horn in 10 Vfe hil luM.r. ret- I
zen of this city for more
ttl. M ftift I
years and being in business her
many years he was well known through
out Sor.therst Missouri.
Mr. St rat
man had been alliicted for more than j
a year with Brights disease and to j
his friends his death was no surprise.
Mr. Stratman was a faithful mem-1
ber of the Catholic church and he !
died as he had lived, in the belief of
the teachings of thatachurch.
ludsxes ol" F.lvrtlort.
First Ward Conrad Stehr, Louis
V. Bender. Fit-d Rueseler, Gilbert
t jj Wilson Vir
1. Adams and
j F.rncst M. Hoblis.
j Se(.oml v-.lri ., -has
I. C. Collins. Joseph
j Ham Wock-ke, W. M.
j Ilenrv Him.e.
j Third Ward -Ferdinand
j Joseph Feurth. Manning M
j John Hivsch. John Walter
! ward W. Flen'ge.
i Fourth Ward Daniel A. Frauk,
i Thomas Barber. Richard Carroll,
i Anton Kammer. Kdwai-d A. Kimmei
i and Ku-eiie St.
i Itepuitiican Ward Meetings. j
i ih:.- Remio-.ieiins of the dtilercnti
.vards m this citv ueld mass meeting. !
(Vuncilmeii. elected dele-1
gates to tiie city Republican conven
tion ami selected
I i.-mmitteiaan from each
In tne first
vai-d Krnst lio'obs was
nomimiicd for ounciluian and
Hcnrv Koier was elected ( 'it v
Central CommitrtL-man. aud th-;
, ,, . ,
following rianieti yectleiiK i: were seltc-1
.ed as deleg.n.-s to the city nomina-
ting convention: Clay. Phelps. I. A.
-iatiesoii. K-.iilnhili Bahi.. Au-iist
GorkeL J-:T W:i!ia:as. 'onraii Kemp'
John Bremmei-maiin ant! Rmlv Stcli".
The sccretarv of the .-,-cou.l ward
laiied to report.
I:: the third ward Frank Cnnerst.iil
was nominated for Councilman. Ben
i !. Adams was elected C utral Com- j
m.tt t-l-ian. and the tobort in
were chosi ii to tin- city m. minuting
co:: . ntion: Cli.-is. Stehr. Giist
S, htiit.:. I'.. '. i':entge. Wiiiiam
Nenuingcr. .iohn S. Cob'.t. Herman
Hock, lieii II. Adams. K. F. Regei:-hai-ilt.
If. Xussbaum. (ieoiL'e iJoliin
ger. Jo'nii Thoinas. Will fiir.-c'i. H.
C. IIaue!i !ii!d and Angu.-t .Stohi-e-
The foll-iv-ii:g re, iiith.-ii a s ;.i.nt-
can of the
In tlr- fo
A fiat We. lilt- I ;-l'!l
third -.ard in riass n.eet ing
heartily recoaun-ial our
f.-iio-.v litiucn I Jr. John D.
or Maor of this Citv.
:.rt!i Ward I'.. F. Bloim-ver i
!uittii-;;i;: n a:.i
,'. for Coiii.ciiuian. Ricii
..s elected Central ( 'o'n
! the follo ving delegates
c ty iiomi-iatii.g eonven-.Nuiit-r.
, '.lai-t.e'l. T'.iomas
liiovi-!-. ;to i-';vderii-k.
'. s .
1 1:. .
i; t o-j
!,. .iohn Perkins and :!ich
i aril t'arro!
Oil! I'lteli- lien:--.
t rat ;o it ii.
las 1 -ft Us. Oili
est, in-ist obiigiug
of the kiiide.-it. eeu'iest,
men we ev -:- met.
s hand was
i-ady to t-ike
try o help
to trie jjf-i-i.;-'.
i fl'.ose wh
of the meaiting
he had a !"';
coui.try ;i .-id it
;-r.v li'-s ai! t-i
trustingly on '
II. g A
-.li'ttan who i
an I leaned
!.!. As a
liilsiinTHl and a f itb
, the p.
M-kea.-o p,-ais.. ioe!
i'a'ieiit uniti-r ad ve--
ov. rcotli. her frowns;
of a devoted i-i;i is-:
, SitV. "i!" It Veil
ar.d lived th-
i tiiii:, a ti-ue friend.
per to tilt'
poor. :u--i :; good ci'iz-n.
!iis liTe it we kriov it. v- may safeiy
s:iv he is is':ii'inir th-; reward of a well .
't life. Mav Ms ashes .est iu I
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OI glOl'J I M.I
Gen. Lee's Resignation.
The resignation of Gen. Fitzhugh
Lee. our Consul General at Havana,
only goes to prove that age -can not
wither nor custom stale the hot blood
the public will bo that he has been
playing to the galleries in setting him-
j doubt that enough war-ships wi-l be
! sent to I uoan waters to notify -ipain
I that the rights of American citizens
I will be protects! if their protection
j involves the bombardment of Havana.
j --'l"'a? Evening Post.
Having announced as a
lor cuooi i.omiiiissioi:er ui cniw
I iinntr T il..it t i -. lltn
V u . I i . . . . V .... 1 1 V- 111 . 1 1 . i I r 1111
! that it is impossible for me to see all
personally, as my school is in session:
so I take this opportunity of asking
your assistance inthecoming election.
I A meeting of the Stockholders of the
i St. Louis, Kennett & Southern Rail-
road Company is hereby called to be
held at the office of the Company in
Cape Girardeau on Saturday, March
l.'tth. l.ss7, for the purpose of submit
ting to said Stockholders whether or
not contract for lease of the Kennett
& Gseeola Railroad to this Company
shall be rati :!ed. Also for the pur
pose of considering, approving and
ratifying a mortgage for the guarantee
of eighty (80) bonds of one thousand
(1.000) dollarseach of thesaid Kennett
& Osceola Railroad, and for such
j further business as may properly come
before said meeting,
i F. BLOMEYER. LOUIS IIOUCK,
Noti-.-e ot Annual .Meeting.
V.ii-e ia herein- Hven tluit the
.vuiebtt hoj ntnuui mi
nual meeting of the members of
Mercantile Twn Mutual Insurance
. Company of Jackson. Missouri,, wul
' neiu Hi Llie oiue-j oi sain t-unijnuj
1. 1...,.7 - . .1 . . r ........sun.
i in .lacKson. .Missouri, at me nour oi
! o'clock a. m. on the loth day of
! rvx, lV-'T, for the purpose of voting
on a proposition to alter and amend
j 1 consiiumon anu oy-ia s oi sam
! "V"T ! transacting s,,,-!, other
business as ma v properly come nefore
j IriUtS F. KLOSTERMAXX. Pits,
j .1. V. DAUi.iHERTY. Sec.
i a:-j; t;u:.i:i)KAU. Mo.. .!a-:uary S.
' meeting of the stockholders
Inett & Osceola Railroad
j Gompany will lw held at the o.tic- of
j ')inp:tny. in Cape G.rardeau. on
atunlav. March Mth, lS'.tT, at Z
I - llOSt- OI
j a;itIiori:'.ing tne t-xecuiionoi a lease oi
1 1 road oi this company to the St.
j lAiuis, Keiiiii.-tt Soi.thern lUiilroad
j Company and for the purroseof autli
I orizing the issuani-e of eighty tlious
j and ( fs0.!KH) i dollars bunds of Ihis
I road, and the execution cf a mortgage
i upon the projierty of the company to
: s, ciiii-sa id bonds, and such further
' i.e,iiess as may properly come lx fore
F. I!:ji)!KYH;. Presidi
i!. A:dh;:vs. Secretary
j 'i'he old veteran saddlerand liarne8
j maker has ojieiiied a harness shop in
his old stand side of the Planters I
Mill where he will offer for sale a job
lot of saddles, harness, bridles, col-
iais. buggies, etc. at very low prices J
for cash. Wiil I.o do repairing in ;
iiis iine as usual. Givu him a call, i
le also kindly ivi nests all that know j
lhi "ise!ves indebti.il Ui him in tho;
ih...k to eof.i.; :-.:d s.!ti!e their .-!
eiiiniis by cash or i.ete. Mr. Pott has
i-i n v -i-v easy on all those that are
indept-il to him and the foregoing j
:v)iie.-t is not out of i-ea-o,i. ;
T!i!ls Wortll iti-lKilli-.
Tor the purpose of advertising our:
College we will give a thorough course j
of tsli-iii-uo!i in Book-k'-eiiing and s
iimnc.'i-u busi: e .s iiietlmds by mail fn-e
nt se will in- co:-;i- ;
;i:vd in :-. fow
( '!;i - v iil j
t; jii app.ica.u
c.Hege .Omaha. Nebraska.
Urn-klcf Arnlc. :!v.-.
The !n-sl y.ilvcin the world for cuts.
bi-iises. sores, nicer;, sait 1 hruni.
nt nil stir
a:u! po.-iti vi .
mji:i!-mI. It is
, or no
:,-tioii ' rr oi -ry v
cents per box. For sa'e a
St ;ckholder McetlDg.
Notice is hereby given that the an
cual meeting of the stockholders ef
the St. Louis, Ken net t & Southern
Railroad Comm-ny. will beheld at -the
office of the company, corner Spanish
and Independence streets. Cape Gir
ardeau, Missu;-i, on Saturday,
March 13th, 1S;)T, at ten o'clock a. m.
of said day for the election of Direc
tors of said Company for the ensuing
year and to transact such other bus
iness as may properly come before
Louis HorcK. Pres.
March 2nd, 1S9T.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that I will on
Saturday, March 2(th at 2 o'clock p.
m. at the site of the bridge, let the
contract for building a wooden bridge
with stone pillars across the ereek
near the residence of Joseph Medley
on the road leading from the Cape
Girardeau and Jackson gravel road
to the Jackson and Dutchtown road.
N C. Frissell,.
R. and B. Com.
F. W. VOGT,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire new stock, the latest Improved and
best Cooking and heatings toves in toe market.
All kinds of Job Work done in the best mannex
anl at moderate prices.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty and work tniaranteed. tint-class.
Dr. J. M VanDervort.
Consultation and Examination
Fit-e. Office at Kage's stable, Cape
C. LINDEN! ANN & SON.
DEALERS IN '
O.- ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine. oplar, cypress, oak,
mm. walnut, anh and cheery. Also flooring
&im1 ceiling all grades, r'inicuing lumber,
laths, euimrle. rooalaines, window and door
caseins. Wimtow and dotvr frames, all size
mate to order on sbortnot.ee Delivery any
wltsre inside of city limits.
Spanish St.. Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Tliss -5?ri5ti!e Ur;eeler,
StsnoflrapUer and Tupewriter
lrepareil to do work on short notice.
l-'OR Si'i:KD. SAFKTY
AXD COMFORT TAKE THE
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
The Favorite RmiU' Between the
North and South.
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
Land Kxcursioiis o tho South at
intiivais to suit the convenience of
everyone wish'ng to s-e the Garden
Spot of America.
or any jioi'tion in. the Sruth.
For tune, ticket rates or ot!i.r in
formation call on your nearest ticket
3gent or address
ti II Posey. G. P. A. Mobile. Ala.
A. J. Kext, Agt Murphysboro, 111.
Mrs. A. Bader has re-i:;o-vt-d
lier miilinery store
frMu Spanish street to 111
Main street and has added
to her store a
and Hair dress
and Hair dress-
She has experienced ladies
in these departments, and
she would be pleased to
have ladies call and see
. M. E. LEMING,
Manufacti'i-erof and Dealer in Rousb.
' . and Dressed
CYPRESS. OAK AXD GUM
CYi'RKSS LATH AXD SHINGLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
shops. Cain? Girardeau. Mo.
3AM r. DAT!
in mi a s 1 ir
tvivJrtrtioiJPi Co umvioj
TN AND COLLECTING AGENCY
i.-cTVi.n-z- - i3Xje.-
i:ors- - r f.:--I fn- X- -. Bnta oI
I --rl mi i lw.tnit(-rr.ruih.si. Offleeoa3pB
i :. .trvs-.t'ai-?'iiranltfaji. Mo.
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