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KTerylhliijf t Local Form To be
Found That Is of Interest.
William Nenninger had the finest
beef yesterday morning that has been
on the market in this city for several
The Capahas are sure enough world
lieaters. They whitewashed the Diels
yesterday and the Diels are the ama
teur champions of St. Louis.
..' on congeR
neglect chills, 'hills bring
in conirestion congestion brings on
death. You can cure chills and become
stout and healthy by using Ur. Hell's
ISeppermint Chill Tonic.
-The Cape Girardeau Telephone Kx-
change will connect up with Kelso,
uinburg, Henton and ( 'ommerce this
k. This will be a convenience this
city has long needed.
Hon. Louis Houck went to .St. Louis
this morning. From St. Louis he will
go to Chicago. There is some rail
road dickering going on but we have
no information as 1o what's in the
Theories of cure may be discussed
at length by physicians, but the suf
ferers want quick relief: and One
Minute Cough Cure will give it to
them. A safe cure for children. It. is
'the only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate, results." For sale
by .1. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
F. Joe Mice, of Dunklin county, was
in the city yesterday. Mr. I lice i" a
member of the Hoard of ltegents of the
Southeast Normal School.
.1. Chapiell Clarkeand wiTeof Iowa,
are visiting George K. ( 'happell in this
The St. Louis Diels will have to
practiit up if they expect to Ileal the
Capahas. No snide nine can come
here from St. Louis and lieat ourCap-
If vim arc bilious, trv Dr. fciawver's I
Little Wide Awake I'ills. you will litid
them just what you want. Try a free
sample. They do not grille. Sold at
M. Maple Wiilson's drug store.
Tlie boys who bet il.eir money onthe
St. Louis liall play -is yesterday are
in tlie soup.
Our people do not treat the visiting
ball players with that courtesy that
strangers are entitled to. The Capa
has invite a team to come here and af
ter its arrival never goaboiit the boys,
never introduce them, never show them
the sights of the city or show them any
courtesy whatever. Slianic on you,
1'oison Ivy. insect bites, bruises,
scalds, burns, are I'.ilckly cured by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the
great pile cure. For sale by J. Ma
ple Wilson, Druggist.
David A. (iienii and family leit this
morning for the North where they will
spend two or three weeks.
Farmers ale anxious to haul their
produce to this city and they will come
here in great numliers if we will hoist
the toll gates and give them the frce
dom til the city. Ijcasc the to!! roads
and let us do business.
Dr. A. I. Sawyer: I have lt--n
troubled with rheumatism and lung
ti-mUle for a iiuiuIm :- of years, can
say I never had any thing help me
like vonr Family Cure.
Mlts. II. WlXliAHT.
Sob! at I. Maple Wilson's druir store.
,'. . i ave it from pretty good authoi
i v Col. F. Tiedemann of .lack-so-,
is thinhing seriously of putting
up a grain elevator in this city.
i'l:e iast game of baseball was ail
v, . lised ill lhe DK.Mi'i'KAT and as a
result the gale receipts amounted to
one hundii'd and six dollars instead
of the average forty-live dollars.
I)!-. A. 1'. Sawyer:- Dear doctor 1
have' used ami sold your Family Cure
with excellent resouits. It cured me
of the rheumatism and I now am -0
years old and have not an ache or
pain. Mks. F. A. Khoaos.
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's drug store.
ii. L. Al'iH i-t has beer, elected to lill
the vacancy occasioned by tlie resig
nar.isiii o,' Miss Johnson in the Nor
A son of Ignatz Goctz was lined live
dollars and costs in the Ilecordcr's
Court this morning for disturbing the
He shook ana h- shook, lill in
shakings were chronic, he then bought
a bottle of of Cheatham's Chill Tonic.
He said to his friends, though a
shaker of yore, thanks to Chatham's
I am a shaker no' more. W. II
The copy for the Fair catalogues is
now in the hands of the printer and
the catalogues will soon - ready for
Henry Lange, of St. Louis, who was
here on a visit, left yesterday morn
ing on the steamer Ferd Herold. His
family will remain here for a week or
"Boyswill bo boys,'" but you can't
afford to lose any of them. He ready
for the green apple season by having
DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure in
the house. For sale by J. Maple Wil
County Court will convene next
Monday, regular session.
Rudolph Bahn Is still confined to his
Married, at Jackson, Mo., Thurs
day July 22d, 1SU7, Mr. John C. H6ff
meister to Miss Sallie Iiandol, Judge
Jose-jh Koehler officiating. Mr. Hoff-
i meister is the youngest son of the late
Christian Hoffmeister ana his bride is
the daughter of ex-Sheriff Judson M.
It doesn't matter much whether sick
headache, billiousness, indigestion
and constipation are caused by neg
lect or by unavoidable circumstances:
DeWitt's Little Early Risers will
speedily cure them all. For sale by
J. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
If that thief who steals the Demo
crat every day will reform and go to
work to make an honest living he will
not lie complainingaboutwhat appears
la the columns of the Dkjiockat.
Give the fanners free toll over the
toll roads two days in each week dur
ing the months of August and Septem
ber and we will have all the business
in this city we can attend to.
Tlie Jackson meivhants do not like
the idea of the merchants of this city
leasing the toll roads. Tlie Jackson
merchants are looking out for the
Jackson merchants. We should look
out for ourselves and raise the toll
Many a day's work is lost by sick
headache, caused by indigestion and
stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little
Early Ilisers -are the most effectual
pill for overcoming such difficulties.
For sale by J. Maple Wilson, Drug
W. . Oldham. State Hank Examin
er, ol ."iprinirhcM. Alo.. was in the city i
Tommy 1'owers is going to have
l"nc!e Sam suppress the I)K.Io KAT.
I'oor old I'owers.
The Cross Printing Companv iias a
nail in its foot. It will have a spike
some where else liefore it is in this city
!!. medicine the liest oniv is good
enough. The liest gives tile quickest
and longest relief without leaving any
evil after effects. Dr. Hell's Pepper
mint Chill Tonic is mild. It does not
rack your bones and shock yoiy
nerves. Take it and see the results
chills and malaria disappear as -now
before the sunshine of spring. The
after eTect-. are sound none, rich, red
blood good .lcsh and no more chills.
C F. Iloiihrook.of St. Louis, is here
to organize a lodge of the order of
Mecabees. Mr. Ilollbrook :s a clever
gentleman, lie is a Republican, that
is, hi- wasa Republican before thecum
paign, but he Mew the track last No
vember and voted the Populist ticket.
A Jew will not stay in thistown long
at a time. Cae Girardeau is no Jew
town. We are all Christians.
I ji-t the growlers growl, but let us
keep on sawing wood fort!:e benefit of
the whoi city just the same as if no
growling was going on.
Dr. Sawyer: -Dear Sir: 1 can -ay
witii pleasure that I have licen usinit
your medicine, and will recommend it
to all suffering ladies.
Mill.-. W. W. WKATHKitSIIKK.
Sold at J. Maple Wiilson's drugstore
James T. Campbell, we understand,
has moved on his larmoverin Illinois.
If this is true there is a vacancy in the
C. I. Hainan will soon have h;s ad
vt i Using showcase for the St. Charles
Hotel ready t.s place in the hotel of-
ivportcdthat ourmills are pay
re money for wheat ten. fifteen
:iii:t I v.
miles fioin home than they
;;ie paying for wheat de
mills. This is not right,
ing our city right.
ivered a I the
It is not do-
Don't trill:- away time when yo:i
hav-1 cholera morbus or diarrhoea.
Fight !ho!ii in the In-ginning with De
Witt's Colic anil Cholera Cure. You
don't have to wait for results, ihr-y
are instantaneous, and it leaves the
bov.vls in healthy condition. For sale
by J. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
The Anchor Line steamer Mary Mot
ion took on a hig lot of Hour this
morning at the Fnion ami Planters'
The wheat wagons arc not coining
here as they used to come at this sea
son of Tin- year. There is lots of wheat
in tin-country but it i- no! coming to
Ma . ie,-'
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiarly
adapted to persons in enfeebled health
and invalids. It assists digestion,
and is a perfect strengthner and ap
jictizer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both the Tasteless
and bitter styles. The Tasteless in "o
cents size. Sold by all druggists.
A gentleman from near Chester has
lieen in the city a couple of days
watching for the remains of a young
man who was drowned in the river
just below Chester last week.
The trade of this town is not what it
ought to lie. Cajie Girardeau with its
big stores should handle all the busi
ness of the country for fifty miles in
Evil after effects never follow tlfe
use of Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill
Tonic. It is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes
stout, sound bone. It makes Hesh. It
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chills so they stay cured. Dealers!
The river is rising and steam boat
men say the stage of water for
this season of the year was never bet
Robert Noeninger has purchased the
Xoeninger store, corner Good Hood
and Sprigg streets.
They have three baseball clubs at
Jackson. The Capahas can whitewash
the whole outfit.
The New York Dramatic News de
sires a correspondent in this city.
Tiie last rose of summer is n bloom
on the hill and nods time to the whip-
poor-will, '-Cheatham s Chill Tonic
has cured the last chill," "You can
shatter the bottle if you will." (To
Ik- sung about November.) W. A.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear Sir: Mrs.
Hamburg induced me to try your Fam
ily Cure, I was greatly benefited by it
and I recommended it to every lady
in poor health. Resjiectfuliy.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore.
We are pleased to note that the boats
are not getting as much wheat this
season from this county as usual. The
farmers who are selling their wheat
are selling it to the nearby mills.
Julius and Otto Manny have pur
chased the Wittmor saloon on Broad
way. Father Kern of Jackson was in the
city Tuesday. He was on his way
home from a trip to the North.
Tht Scott county watermelons are
coming to this market. 1 hey arc poor
melons this year.
It has been discovered that eye
salves and water containing sugar of
lead often produce lead poison -fatal
to sight, if not to life. You run a
great rish in using such preparations.
To effectually and sjieediaUy and
it-rmantjy cure sore eyes, granulated
lids or styes without the possibility of
evil after effects. Use Sutherland's
Eagle Eye Salve.
The hardware dealers have had a
good trade this year.
Prof. .Meto.ee inlorius us thai the
lowest grat'e in the Normal Practice
School is about full. There may
ih- room for two or three more. It was
thought at lii-st that on account of the
distance out to the -Norma! School it
would he difficult to get enough small
children to enter.
County Court will un-et next Mon
day am! Probate Court will convene !
next Monday week. '
Tin? mortgages, bonds and claims!
on the Si. Louis. Cape Girardeau &
Fort Smith Railroai' 'uinpany are Ih-
ing turned in and a generai wind up!
and sett leuiejit will Ix- maile before J
many more months. I
Tin-eagle, the king ol all birds, is
noted for its keen sight, clear and dis
tinct vision. So are those iersons
who use Sutherland's Eagle EyeSa'e
for weak eyes, style-, soi-c eyes of any
kind or granulated lids. Sold by ail
Wheat a. seventy cents ought to
brinj :. .ml h.-ttcr prices.
The iii!g ladies of the German
Luther.... ' i:g legation will give an
ice crea.:. s.i;q e- Saturday evening at
the I'hii: cm ground.-.. There will also
at the s in- ti.-ae ie a reception of the
nevv pastor. Mr. 1. L..!vk.
Deputy Revenue Collector Thoma
so:; war :.. ir.ecity this morning.
Oar u. rchuuls are all preparing to
get rid of their overstock of icmn.inls
of good- i'l.ey will seii at remark
ably io. jli-tiv.
"Time and tide waits lor no man."
An occasional dose oi Cheatham's
('hill Tonic often saves ion from a
long spell of sickness. "No cine no
pay." Put up in both Tasteless and
bitter Styles. Tasteicss Ml ceilts
size. J. .Maple Wilson, til aggisl.
Prof. MrGhcc is working hard to
have a la i ge attendance at the Xormai
School when it opens in Scptcml.er.
The Professor believes in using print
ers' ink lilieraily to let the world know
that the Southeast Xormai is one of
the best educational institutions in the
Miss L. I.i riemondle. oi Si. Louis, j
was a pass, nger on tile steamer Alary
Morton yesterday. Miss I j-rieihomlie
called at the iKAI x'iiAT oilice :o hi
quire about some of the old citizens
of this city. She informed us that she
was a resident of this city thirty-live
years ago and knew many people
here then. She inquired about the
Rodneys, the Wathens. the Alliert's.
Col. Sturdivant. Mrs. Glasscock and
many other old residents.
Thousands of persons use Slither
land's F.agle F.ye Salve who never did
hae soiv eyes. It strengthens weak
eyes -makes tle vision clear and dis
tinct. It is nice and convenient to
use. You need it. Try it.
The city park sleepers have disap
peared, ljel the ieople thank the
Democrat for their disappearance.
F.mil Pott has been appointed man
ager of the Capaha baseball team.
Times are surely getting better.
Wheat is worth seventy cents j)er
bushel and all products of the farm
bring better times.
Arbor-al and Arbor-al soap for sale
by W. H. Coerver, W. C. Haman, I
I B. Miller and W. A. Trickey.
Henry Huhn, Jr., is building him
self a nice frame house out on the
Huhn farm east of the Normal School.
To cure a chill: When the lips begin
to quiver and turn blue, and before
the first chilly shivering sensation
comes on take a full dose of Dr. Bell's
Peppermint Chill" Tonic. It is stimu
lating. It warms the blood. It pro
motes the circulation of the blood. It
will prevent the chill nine times in ten.
It is guaranteed to prevent the chill
ten times in ten if taken four hours
before chill time.
Isom Strong, an old and well known
citizen of this county, died at his home
near Crump Postoltice on the 23rd inst,
aged i.'l years.
Ex-Sheriff Judson M. Randol has
moved from Jackson to his farm. Mr.
Randol is one of the ln-st farmers in
The Board of Directors of the Cape
Brewery .S; Ice Company had a meet
ing last night.
Sutherland Eagle Eve Salve is new
and original in style of package and
medical qualities. It is jierfeetly
harmless, contains no lead and is a
guarantee cure for granulated lids,
sore eyes or styles.
Charley Yoliner is going to open a
saloon in the'fhiessen projierty on the
corner of Hroadwav and Songs
Mr. Paul Henninghoven. represent
ing the Westliche Post, one of the
largest and most influential German
papers in the United States, is in the
city looking after the interest of his
paper. Tht Westliche Post has a large
circulation throughout Cape and Scott
A -")U ivnts Iron Tonic. Pure Soluble
Iron concentrated and pure Amorph-
ous ljuinine is contained inCheatham's
1 astcie.-s ( hill Ionic, making' it the,
most de-irable Iron Tonic on the
market. It is a true tonic, strength-j
tier, appetizer, toner up of the system,
iind blood purifier. Only ."ill cents.
I. Hen. Miller, druggist. j
William Wetzel f St. Louis is visit
ing' tht? family of Henry Meyst.-d. Jr..
in this city.
Arbor-al soap 'or einq.jH-d skin.
Mrs. C. F. Hoi 1 brook of St. Louis
is in the city visiting' her husband who
is here to organize.-, lodge of the Mai-caln-es.
I'rof. Tom K. Joyce K in the city to
day. Mr. Joyce will take charge of
the Fredericktowii school the tilt nf
Capt. Shrodes landed his boat heiv
to-day to yet soinesiipplics. His boat
is mi her way from Caruthei-sville to
St. Lou: with a big low of cypress
The Anchor Line steamer liill City,
down, landed at our wharf this after
noon and look or. a big lot of flour
from the Cnion Mills. The Mill City
is now the largest and linest stcainlMiat
atloat on the Aiississinpi River.
.Mrs. M-i.a-;:lillii lleuil.
Mrs. Annai M. McLaughlin, died
at Springfield. Mo., on Sunday. July
S,Ui. ls'.tT. Mrs. McLaughlin was a
sister of Anthony and Ceo. V. Ar
nold. She resided in this city some
years In-fore tin- war and is rcmcmlx i
ed here yet by man v of our oidcitiens.
Send vo'ir adiiii-ss to M. V.. iiiu-kiin
A Co.. Chicago. :.nd get a free sam
ple box of Dr. King's New Life I'ills.
A trial wiil convince you of their
merits. These pills are easy in action
and an- particularly effective in the
cur:- of Constipation ami Sick li
ache. For Malaria and Liver troubles
they have w-en proved invaluable.
'1 hey an- liiiarantii-d to b- u-; fe'tiy
free from every deleterious substance
am; to In- purely Veectabie. They do
not weaken by their action, but by
L'iving tone to stomach and bowels
great ly invigorate the system. Reg
ular size '2'ii ner box. Soli! bv V.
Mrs. Kale M. nrroll lii-atl.
The death of Mrs. Kate M. Can-oil,
which occiii red Thursday evening
July 2!'ih. removes from our
midst :-. ia'lv who was recognized as
on- i f the mot talented ladies in the
city. Mrs. Carroll was the daaghter
of tne late De. Patrick Gilroy. a man
whose life and interests were identified
with this county for a period of over
thirty years, arid she was the last
siirvivingnicmlier of iheGilroy family.
Kducatcd in St. Vimvnt's Academy
she was accomplished as a lady and
a scholar, and her pen has on various
occasionscontributcd to the Dkmik-rat
papers that were read with interest by
our liest -ople.
After the death of her father and
mother Miss Gilroy was married to
Richard Carroll and to them was bom
three children, all ;irls. To raise
these little girls to womanhood seem
ed to be the ambition of her life, and
knowing for a long time that her days
were almost numbered made death a
sad. sad thought for her. She did
not fear death for she was a devoted
member of the Catholic Church and a
pure true Christian, but knowing that
she had to depart from her husband
and herihtle innocent girls caused the
tears to scald her cheeks for many
weeks before death relieved her of her
Plenty of Money and Big Crops.
Mount Veknon, III., July 2l.
City Treasurer John N. Johnson to
day paid $T430.4- taxes on special
s'reet improvement assessments here
to St. Louis and Evansville creditors,
leaving a balance unpaid of between
StiOO and 700. Citizens against whom
tne assessments were made have in
several instances made payments lie
fore they were due. Local merchants
assert that business is improving, and
the fanners of Jefferson County will
raise the largest crop of corn and ap
ples this fall known in many years.
and how to deal with them, and other
valuable medical information, will be
found in Dr. Kaufmann's great Medi
cal Work: elegant colored plates.
Send three 2-cent stamps to pay
postage to A. P. Ordway !c Co., Bos
ton, Mass., and receive a copy free
List ol .Mall .Matter
Remaining uncalled fur in the kk-1 office ul
Cape Girardeau, county of Cai tiirardean.
State of Misonri. for the week rnilinp
-Inly ill, W.iT.
Ruvd. Mr. .1. 11. Bill. Mr. Huev
lirooks. A. 11. O?olts, Mrs. Martha
Uranimvr, Mi Carrie Green, Harrison
key. Mis Hell Lee, Mift& Stella
1-nry. Miss Mary K. Maurier, Mr. Joseph
aimer, mr. nenrv .miiciiu, air. aihhhi
Oliver, Mr 1). " Phillip, Mrs. liertha
Stratton, James southern, liirlianl
Mithman, Mr. A. Williams, -lohn W.
Wlialey, Mrs. Mary
Persons calling for any of the above lettvrs
will please say "Ailvettineil," (rivinjr date of
the list. If nut called for within twoweekc
they will lie sent to the Dead Letter Office at
Washington City. V. V. I.KKCH P. M.
Kallnril's lloreliound syrup.
Is the best known remedy for Con
sumption, Coughs, Colds and all
Throat, and Chest troubles. Kvery
bottle is guaranteed. It is the best
remedy for children. Sold at Will
son's drug store.
All holders of mortgage bonds,
holders of stock in the St. Louis. Cape
Girardeau V Fort Smith Railway
ompany. (formerly the Cajie Girar
ueau .soiilnwestern Hallway t om
pany. ) and all holders of claims
against sajil railway company, are
hereby notified that the undersigned
have formed a committee for the pur
pose of effecting a reorganization of
said railway company, in order to
protect the ho'dersof boiidsar.d claims
against said railway company, accord
ing to their ivspivtive rights and in
terests, and all holders of such bonds
and claims are n-spcclivciy requested
to deposit their said bonds and claims
with the L'r.itm Trust Company of St.
Louis, and to sign trust agreement in
That behalf with th- undersigned com
mittee. Claims in and about CapeCirardean
may he deposited with Sturdivaiit
Dank anil receipts will be issued by
the I'nioti Trust Company of St.
Louis, through said bank,
t ;::?. A. M.U'tl.L. i
June 2s. 1!7.
.il.!!KKT. .- ' onimittce
Taken up by V. A. OlK-nniller and
nosted liefore A. H. Grant, a Justice
of the i'cac- in Byr.l Township of
l ape G Iran lean county on the P'th
day of July, lli;, the following de-scrilx-d
property: One Grey Mare. "
feet high. ! years old: appraised at
F. A. MIKWMILLKit.
julylT-it Taker t'p.
Burklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salvein the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhi-iun.
fever sores, tetter, chapK-d hands,
chilblains, corns. ai d all skin erup
tiins. and positively cures pile, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
is-rfeet satisfaction or money refunded
Price cents per l-o.. For sale a
v.; C. Daman's.
Sherifl's &ale of Real Estate.
iy virtue ami authority of a tran
script e.ventioil issued by the clerk of
lhe Circuit Court of Cape Girardeau
conntv. Missouri. Iieariug date the
2nd day of February. 1'.'7. and re
turnable to the August term. 1!7. of
siivi court, and to nu- directed, in
favor of C. Freidmaii and against
Jtilui.-C Il.inny. 1 have levied upon
and seized the following descri'nei!
real estate situate, lying and hcini:
in the county i f Cafic Girardeau and
State of Missouri, to-wit:
All the right, title and interest of
the said Juluis C. llanny in and to
the following described real estate,
situate, lying and U-inL' in thecounty
of Cape Girardeau and Slate of Mis
souri, to-wit: A part of lot It of
Sloan's subdivision of out. lots in
Cape Girardeau City, beginning at a
ajie i , na ru-; u . ,
ertain point on the t a-t ra boundary
ine of lot II of said subdivision -2
fe.-t South from the r.oi th -ast corn rof
lot 1 ofs.iidsr-iiiiivisioni-ar.ni' .'t'1:.M,-,.
South along the West line of Pacific
street 7-" feet, thence West along an
alley -i2!l feet, thence North 7.1 feet,
and'thence Fast 4J! Tect to the place
of beginning: all in range (."" of
said city: also all of said Hanriy's
right, title and interest in and to all
other parts oi lots U and 14 of said
Sloan's subdivision of out lots in
said city, which is partly shown by
lots 4!'. '."id. .-!. C. 'i and .4 in Range
C" in said city according to Homer
Parr's map of said city: also all of
said Danny's right, title and interest
in and to lots 1. lii and 2) in Range
"15" in said city: also all of said
Hanny's right, title and interest in
and to lots :17 and :W of Ingram's ad
dition to the City of Cape Girardeau.
And I wiil. on
Saturday, the Twenty-first Day of
"August. A. D. 1!7,
At the court house door in the city
of Jackson. Missouri, between the
hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon
and five o'clock in the afternoon of
that day and during the session of the
Circuit" Court of Cape Girardeau
county. Missouri, sell all the right,
title, claim 'and interest of said Juluis
C. Hanny. in and to the above de
scribed, "real estate for cash in hand
to the highest bidder, to satisfy said
execution and costs. J. H. Jenkins.
Sheriff Cape Girardeau Countv Mis
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the onrt and attend to
all bntireM euinut?1 to hint
Dr. P. W. Murton,
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO.
F. W. VOGT,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire new stock, the latest improved and
best Cooking and beatings toves in tne market.
All kinds of Job Work done in the best mannel
and at moderate prices.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty and work guaranteed Urst-clasa
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or any portion in the South.
For time, ticket rates or othar in
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agent or address
K. K. Posey. G. P. A. Mobile, Ala.
A. .1. Kkxt. Agt Murphy sboro, 111.
Dr. J. M VanDervort,
Consultation and Examination
Free. OITice at Kage's stable, Cape
ST. LOCIS AND NEW ORLEANS
Fine Freight and Passenger Steamers
City of St. Louis,
City of New Orleans,
( 'ity of Hickman,
( !ity of Monro-,
City of Cairo,
For Cairo. Memphis, Vicksburg,
New Orleans and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cajic Girardeau
every Thursday and Sunday.
For Cairo. New Madrid, Memphis
and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape (. ir:: rdeau
ev-ry Wednesday and .Saturday A. M.
For St. Louis, steamers U ;ni- Cape
Girardeau every Sunday W, dues
day P. M.
For freight and passage adiin---,
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has demonstrated ten thousand
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irregularities and derangements.
It has become the leading remedy
for this class of troubles. It exerts
s wonderfully healing, strengthen
ing and soothing influence upon
the menstrnal organs. It cures
"whites" and falling of the womb.
It stops flooding and relieves sup-
pressed and painfnl menstruation.
For Change of Life it is the best
medicine made. It it beneficial
dnrrng pregnancy, and helps to
bring children into home barren
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, strengthens the whole sys
tem. This great remedy is offered
to all afflicted women. Why will
any woman suffer another minnto
with certain relief within reach!
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bottle at your drag store.
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