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Everything ol Local Form To be
Found That Is of Interest.
Henry Puis f Jackson won the bi
cycle race at the Fair yesterday.
Mrs. H. S. Doyle was awarded the
first premium on millinery at the Fair.
Lost, on Wednesday, October 13th,
between Cape Girardeau and Jackson
a light colored grip containing- some
newspapers, a pair of slippers, about
four hundred business cards of J. &
M. Youngblood, feather renovators
some raluable letters addressed to J.
A. Youngblood. Finder will please
leave same or any information at the
Democrat office and bo rewarded
J. A. Yocxgblood.
He shook and he shook, till his
shakings were chronic, he then bought
a bottle of of Cheatham's Chill Tonic.
ne said to his friends, though a
shaker of yore, thanks to Cheatham's
I am a shaker . no more. W. H
Jodie Flyun has no use for a color
ed policeman. An Irishman don't
like a "nigger" and a ''nigger" don't
go much on the Irish.
The Scott County Newsboy says the
Capaha parade was very creditable to
the enterprise of Cape Girardeau. The
Newsboy, however, refused to circulate
the Capaha supplements. The mer
chants of Caps Girardeau who have
been furnishing the material to hide
from public gaze the posterior of the
Newsboy editor will furnish material
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiarly
adapted to persons in enfeebled health
and invalids. It assists digestion
and is a perfect strengthner and ap
petizer. Satisfaction or money
funded. Put up in both the" Tasteless
and bitter stvles. The Tasteless ir: ."i0
cents size. Sold by all druggists.
The farmer who can afford to hold
his wheat should hold it. Wheat will
be worth one dollar a bushel before
We can inform our Southeast ex
changes that the Cape Girardeau
Fair was a grand success this year.
Cape Girardeau is a city that succeeds
in all its undertakings.
Jodie Flynn says there is a married
woman in this town making love to
another fellow. Say, Jodie, don't you
believe that there are several women
in that little love affair?
Thousands of persons uj Suther
land's Eagle Eye Salve who never did
have sore eyes. It strengthens weak
eyes makes the vision clear and dTs
tinct. It is nice and convenient to
use. You need it. Try it.
Scott has opened an annex to Hotel
Scott on Main street. He wiil serve
meals there the same as he servts :.t
Hotel Scott the best in town.
Hon. Louis lloack went to St. Louis
this morning. These weekly trips i f
Mr. H;;.i ': t St. Louis and hie::-..
mean sd tin s. They tn.-ai
there is something going on
railroad !usi:ic.-s that c p eOj-le
iro:u. Air. !iuu: l
iiedv for liii:lier
As :t last I'h;i.
seenis to ' the
antitoxin is not used that will hold in patient
till the disease wears out.
T ; ;ie 1 'a j o G i ra rd ea u Teh ph i lie Com
pat:y bid in the franchise sold by the
city of Jacks. n to-dav. 'i'hey will pry
t'-n j.'.-r vi.t '"f the net i arniii-s.
i. il. i- Alien, the man who ;;-cli.i-ed
five thousand Fair ticket.-,
failed to dispose of his purchase. i!e
had eighteen hundred tickets left over.
II.: s.iys he will lie on hand next y..ar
to finish selling out.. Alien claims '.lis
tickets are unlimited but some of the
Fair Directors claim that tiie t.ckets
are no good for another Fair.
li yoa-trj :iU..n, try :- Sivyjr'
Little Widi Awake Pills, you will .r d
them just what you want. Try a ir.e
sample. They do not gripe. Sold .it
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
Circuit Cottrt isin session a' Bra-'
The thief that stole some ti::e goods
from the Floral Hall at the F:iiu:ii
be caugul sootier or ialer.
Fair wet-k was a big business ue-. ic
for Cape Girardeau, if v.e could no
business right along like v.e did ia.-t
week we would be in the swim.
Sutherland Eagle Eve Salve is new
and original in style of packaee and
medical qualities. It is perfectly
harmless, contains no lead and is a
guarantee cure for granulated lids,
sore eyes or styles.
We have not learned how many dol
lars were taken in at the gates at the
Fair, but we are satisfied that the Fair
is a success, financially as well as
Capt. John A. Snider is buildh g
himself a nice residence in Jackson.
Joj Albjr', Prof. Eckhardt. Kmil
Pott and othsr members of the Capaha
committee deserve the thanks of the
people of Cape Girardeau for their
untiring work to make the Capaha
parade the one grand attraction of
Fair week. They worked day aud
night from beginning to end to make
the parade what everybody said was
the he of all Capaha parades.
Jodie Flynn is down on the city Ad
ministration because a -colored man is
on the police force. We can inform
the man from Ireland that the colored
man who wears the star is a gentle
man, notwithstanding his color.
John Sherwood went away from the
Fair this year all right Last year he
dropped some money here.
The last rose of summer is n blocm
on the hill and nods time to the whip-poor-will,
"Cheatham's Chill Tonic
has cured the last chill," '-You car
shatter the bottle if you will." (To
bs sung about November.) W. A,
cape Girardeau is a great city.
When our people set their heads to
entertain a big crowd of people the
people are going to be here and they
are going to bo entertained, too.
A splendid theatrical company will
play an engagement at the Broadway
Theatre in this city on the 29th of this
Don't neglect chills. Chills bring
on congestion congestion brings on
death. You can cure chills and become
stout and healthy by using Dr. Cell's
Peppermint Chill Tonic.
There was a littlj knock-down on
Main street last night. Nobody's
peace was disturbed and no arrests
There is only three fiet of water in
the river at some places between this
eitv and St. Louis.
Theories of cure may be discussed
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 J. Maple Wilson, Druggist.
The Cape Girardeau Telephone Ex
change is putting in new tmones as
fast as thev can get the phones. The
D;--MOt'l!AT predicted when the com
pany was oi gamzetl mat llwouU! have
t.o huudivd phones in less than a
;- Miller is no lojger
wuii's barbel- shop.
P. Sawyer: have been
troubled with rheumatism and lunj
trouble for a number of years, can
say I never had any thing help me
liKe your l aiuily Cure.
Mhj. II. Wixgakt,
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Father Powers took his seat as a
Councilman at the Council- meeting
Ail those having claims against the
Capaha Committee must present them
to Jas. McKcnna this week for allow
ance and payment.
Evil after effects never follow the
e. of Dr. Hell's Peppermint Chill
i'lvi'.c. It is a pleasant liver laxative.
It ii-.t!;es rich, led blood. U makes
out, sound bone. It makes liesh. It
akes rosy eheaks. All of this cures
Our .-alcon men had to hire extra
1;) L.;i v.-.ei; to wait on their trade.
Mr. D. A. Glenn says he was well
i-is:-.-M with the business he did last
:1. li. E.igelmann. Secretary of the
ir Association, and his assistant,
. it. Vv'ilU'r, handled the business
;;. i-'i.ir ia a way that pleased
r 1 -.id y.
r. ..a.vy.-;: --De.il Sir; 1 can say
': plea s .- thai i iiave been rsin.it
i::. and will recommend it
..11 sulTeriiiir ladies.
Mkk. W. W. Weathers j ike,
Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore
An old woman purchased a pair of
hoes and stole a pair of shoes from
'.: ilie Store to-day. Kir.il Tiech
.: '.::. a clerk in the lice, overhauled
.'udy mar the St. Charles
1 ..u t took the stolen shoes away
r :a li. r.
iiio Anchor. f.ine.the Tennessee and
lie Ivigie i 'aeket Companies havecom
..i 1 and hereafter will have uniform
j .- ; :::v elii:!: When the Hps begin
..;i!: and tern il;i.-. and before
chilly .'i.herinjr sensation
is take a tail iioseot Dr. Bell's
;);.- .;;::. 1 Chili 'ionic, it is stimu--.tlag.
it warms tiie blood. It pro
i ill's the eii -dilation of the blood. It
;ii prevent the chill nine times in ten.
I. is iiuaranteed to prevent the chill
te,s limes in ten if taken lour nours
before chill time.
We are not hearing much about the
Grav s Point and Delta railroad now.
irk on the proposed road is going
A big feed store is being opccel up
in the Giirroll furniture store on Main
street. That will likely increase the
insurance on tne buildings in inai
Robert G. Ingersoll will probably
lecture in this city some night during
the winter. It would take a large
house to hold all the people who would
want to hear Mr. Ingersoll.
There is no trouble to get something
i eat in this city. There is a lunch
stand on nearH' every street in the
city and the best hotels in the country.
John Reagan and Miss Jennie Sat
terf eld were married at the residence
of the bride's parents in Dunklin
county this morning. After taking a
trip to Indianapolis, Ind., the young
couple will return to this city to re
side. Capt. Alt is going to have a tele
phone in his house two miles south
of this city.
Those who claim that the left over
tickets purchased by the man J. R. F,
Allen to cur Fair are good foranother
year are mistaken. Mr. Allen's tickets
read Good for one admission to the
Cape Girardeau Fair." Our Fair is
the Southeastern Distri.-t Agricultural
society rair, so tue tickets are no
good and the man who purchases
tht i.-i will make a bad investment.
Herman P. Siemers got thirty-eight
dollars in premiums at the Fair last
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor
have used and sold your Family Cure
with exeell-nt resoults. It cured me
of the rheumatism and I now am 50
years old and have not an ache or
pain. Mss. F. A. Rhoads.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Maj. Urooks went down to Gray's
Point this morning to put in a tele
Capo Girardeau people are known
far and near for their hosritality. No
anger ever came here and went
awav without saving a good word for
00 cents Iron Tonic. Pure Soluble
Iron concentrated and pure Amorph
ous yuinme is contained inClieatnam s
Tasteless Chill Tonic, making it the
most desirable Iron Tonic on the
market. It is a true tonic, strength
i:i r. appetizer, toner up of the system,
.id blood puriiier. Only oO cents.
Ueu. Miller, druggist.
The Telephone Exchange is getting
out a new phone cant. A large mim-
r of names have been added since
iirst card was issued.
The Capaha Committee will have
funds sufficient to pay all the expenses
of the Capaha parade.
Will Rowan who has been up in
j.va for several months will return
oa:e next week and take a chair in
his father's barber shop.
Don't triile away time when you
ave cholera morbus or diarrhoea.
L lylit inc. a in inn oeginnmg wua ue
Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. You
don't have to wait for results, they
ire instantaneous, and it leaves the
bo-.i-ls ia healthy condition. For sale
by J. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
The Cape Urewery and lee Com
pany is wording a large iorceoi nanus
chopping wood down on the College
The Fair Association made some
noney tins year. How much is not
Tiie city is going to build a gravel
a I down to Leming's saw mill. This
iii b.- a -real convenience to a large
A: ' i
K ir.pe, ...
I- ;or s;i :e
. W. C. Hainan, I
.I'.-j W. A. Trickey.
iL'--i::i.inn and Emil Pott are
collecting up the Fair
ere -iistril.etted with our
r sale Fair week. August
ar.'lerstand, sold more
.-;: other oae merchant
' l line a. J
tiill Tonic oil.
waits for no man."
iiese of Clioatliiitn's
a saves v;.u :i o;u a
'No cure no
tiir spell of sickness.
pay. 1 ul up i ii !otn la.-leies:
liter styles. Tast.-less in Hit
i::e. .1. Maple Wilson, dru'.'nis
D;. List returned a fe.v t ays
Irom a ! rofessionai !.:;.
good biisitiess a.:u r.ow he c:mi be
found at his oilice teady to attend to
his customers and all others who w;-nt
anything in the dental line.
Coal (iealers are getting ; ady ,to sup
lv their customers a ith t'leir v.-intvr
it has h:Cii i.lsrov cred thai eye
.ii .es atiu wafer eontaininir sugar of
a.i often pr.niae.r lead pidson fatal
o sight, if not to life. on run a
great rish ui using suen pn-parations.
To elfectually and speeilialiy and
erniantly cure sore eyes, granulated
lids or styes w ithout the possibility of
evil after effects, use Sutherland s
Eagle Eye Salve.
The indications are that we are go
ing to have some rain some time in
the near future. It would have to rain
three davs and three nights to wet the
ground deep enough to plow.
5. F. Davis' new house on the cor-
ner of Themis and
will be ready for
time in December. It will .to a hand-
ome residence building, located iu a
pleasant and convenient part of the
The eagle; the king of all birds, is
noted for its keen sight, clear and dis
tinct vision. So are those persons
who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
for weak eyes, styles, sore eyes of any
kind or granulated lids. Sold by all
There will not be so much corn for
sale this year in this section. This is
a corn country but the dry weather cut
the crop short.
There are more vacant store rooms
in this city than there ought to be.
It sometimes happens that a very
sick man gets well in spite of the
This has been a year for making
good roads and we are pleased to see
our country roads in such fine-conr
Ic medicine the best only is good
enough. The best gives the quickest
and longest relief without leaving any
evil after effects. Dr. Bell's Pepper
mint 'Chill Tonic is mild. It does not
rack your bones and shock your
nerves. Take it and see the results
chills and malaria disappear as snow
before the sunshine of spring. The
after effects are sound bone, rich, red
blood good ficsh and no more chill
A. Ruediger went to St. Louis Wed
Seventeen houses in Perryviile weie
destroyed by fire Tuesday morning.
R. B. Oliver went down to Benton
this morning to attend Circuit Court,
The Cotton Belt Railroad condem
nation suits will bo heard in the Cir
cuit Court at Benton this week. The
Cotton Belt Company is fighting for
about two miles of river front at and
below Gray's Point. Land along the
river near Gray's Point will be valu
able while the condemnation proceed
ings are going on.
For Rent A nice office room in :he
Some of the contractors who are
working on theGray'sPointand Delta
raiiroad are in the city to-day.
William Stolzer is going to put up
a sausage factory on Broadway.
The btrect and W harf Committee
was out this morning looking over the
The Northern potatoes brought to
this market are liner this year than
usual. This section of country pro-
luced no potatoes this season. The
late crop is a total failure.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear Sir: Mrs.
Hamburg induced me to trv voiir Fam-
Cuie, I was greatly benefited by it
and I recommended it to everv lady
poor health. Respectfully,
Mrs. Ashe r.
Sold at J. Maple Wil.-on's drugstore.
Since the three packet companies
uade a comome no more passes go on
anv of the boats. Stock shipocrs as
well as other people must pay their
i a re. s
Mrs. Tony Wingerter and children
are visiting in S Louis.
Christ Hainan is agent for Dr.
Shoop's medicines and he is selling
lots of these medicines. Dr. Shoup is
a celebrated doctor and his medicines
are recommended by tlr; medical fra
ternity throughout the country.
There are two new cases of diph
theria in the city. The Board of
Health lias had Hags displaced at th-
house where the patients are. '
The o.uail law in Illinois is out and
sonic of our local sports have lu'en
trying their guns
anil oloirs it:
satisfied v. it!
Our people are well
fair tills year, and
nu iness men.
See Drs. Smith f; Smith, the Dental
Specialists, now at St. Charles Hotel,
i.ead o ir testimonial: Dr. A. D.
Smith & Co., just extracted a very
sore molar tooth forme, using their
vitalized air. I am 71! years old and
a: a sure any one can take the air. I
felt no pain or bad effects inat y way.
Mns. Jane Raxdoj..
Mrs., A. Yeager has a j.ood line of
The mncy stool rallied by the E.ati
gelist Society was won by Mrs. F.
Charky Roehl has sold his interest
ia the Jaeksou marble yard to J. II.
The editor of the Jarkson Cash-Book
does not like the Cape Fair managers
ik e.ir.:;e thi-yallow privileges to saloon
u:n or. the Fair -.rounds. The editor
oi l'ie Cael.-iJook never attends the
fair an i the Fait ground saloons
Jon'i bother Mm.
Mrs. A. Yeager sells Superior
Stoves and Manges.
The Fair this year beat last year's
Fair about three hundred dollars.
The water supplied by the Water
Works now is as clerr as cistern
There is going to boa wedding in the
city next Wednesday. Invitations are
II nil Asn-jcla-
Peoria Sc., Chicago, 111.,
Jan. 11, 1890.
Our Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley 'sHoney and Tar
six years ago, and areusing it to-day.
It has alwas been a favorite, for while
its taste is not at all unpleasant its ef
fects are very beneficial. It has never
yet disappointed us. Wishingyou all
possible success, sincerely yours,
Laura G. Fixon, Mgr. W. H. Coer
ver, druggist. ,
Inrrrrrrrri, Tipmnm nrrvr-rm rrrTi iriiyrrrvfrrl
Wl?o is lead?
The Engineer may be ahead on the Railroad, but
Is ahead in the Dry Goods business in Cape Girardeau. 13
You are respectfully invited to visit our store and see
if we cant prove that we are head in onr line.
Of alll kinds, newest styles and best goods for the
money. New. York styles, Boucle rovelties, Paris
Poplins, Empress cloths, come in all the popular color-
A fancy cotton plaid, 30 inch wide, only 15 cents per yard.
A lovely changable cotton novelty, 30 inch wide, 33e per yard.
A part wool novelty, 3d inch wide only 20 cents per yard.
An all wool, small plaid, granite check, moh.-r'. finish, .1? inch
wide only 25 cents per yard.
Small plaid, rough yarn etTect, '" i:;ch vide, coaw in assoited
colors only 40 cents per yard.
All wool French plaid, good colors, ."V inch wide,5'k p r yard. 5
Splendid lice of silk and wool Freuch plaids, assorted colors,
3S inch wide, worth a dollar a yard at other places, our price only
83 cents a yard while they last.
A big lot of Ready Made Dress Skirts
For ladies, beautiful patterns, rich colors, well made,
at very low prices.
Have all kinds of -fancy Dry Goods. Notions,
Trimmings, Silks, Velvits, &c.
Full line of Carpets, Rugs, Shades and Curtains.
A charming stock of Shoes foot wear to fit
Baby, Child, Girl, Boy, Lady and Gent at lower
prices than ever before.
Ladies'. GUildren and Misses Wraps.
The fabrics in the garments are the lest are unexcelled. In
making our garments great care is taken with the detail work for
therein lies the stylish appearance. Om styles are th- very latest
creation, ALSO the new weaves of the various 1 hsV. hot'.i ra'cul
ated to meet the idea of the most fastidious. Ail t ur garments are
made by skilled workmen and no points aie overlooked v.bieh will
add duribility, style, fit or finish. Our prices are exceedingly low
on these lovely wraps. A real purse opener is this one, a plain
cloth cape, good length, fur tnmmed collar, all black, a little
beauty only one dollar each. Another cloth cape, heavy weigh
(black) full sweep braid "trimmed, just 2.X) each. For better and
and more stylish Capes we have them from $2.25 up to 12.o0 each,
come in tan, green, navy blue and black. Can show yon jackets
from $1.00 up. Capes and jackets both are correct things in wraps
Men's, Boys and Youth Clothing.
Our specialty is the handling of strlcily all-wool equal to
tailor-made clothing at moderate price?. Ail 1 urtouils ire rcada
by skiiled labor in the most workmanlike macr.i t ai d v. ill cot rip
nor will the buttons pull off. The sty ie3 si r.v ,- a re the latest for
Fall and Winter wear. In our assoi lzie.:. tr, i.-i .. patterns
of cloth, pleasing to the eye and pocket-? ..!'; . . 0. t.ive us 01 e
fair trial. We can certainly save you r:f.:t clothing
bought of us. Men's SatirieU.cs, heavy-weigh', jjood t inter suits
only S2.75. Men's all-wool heavy kersey, good coins only S4.C0
a suit. Boys suits from one dollar r. .
Good stock of Trunks Grips and Valises
Come in, we know your money will talk, a'so wi.l our goods:
let's in terduce them. Yours iji- a iuH Fail iistlc,
Dr. H. L. Cunningham,
Praeiiee limited to disea.-os.of the
Eye. Ear. Nose and Tnroat
Ofliec Sturdivant Hank Building
APE GIUAnDFAL", : : MO.
ST. LOUIS AND NEW OlU.i AiNS
F. W. VOGT,
Fh GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
lailiiv n-.v stock, the !ata lnniroretl ai:3
...si (lonUnr and liprv'ireo toves in tun market.
i! Muds ol Job Work June in the best msniiri
! t moderate jm8.
ROOFING AN") G -TTEP.ING
A -jiecialt;- ti 'i work jiKara! tied Crgt-rJaa:,
StenoarapHer and Topewriter
Prepared to do work 00 abort notice, gontb
Dr. P. W. FViurion,
STURDIVANT BANK BUILDING.
Telephone Office, V1O1 House, 25.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ill tractice in all the onrts and attend to
ul hnflress entnuted to him
L. V. RUFF.
Union Trust Building Corner 7th and
Olive Street, St. Louis. Mo.
i'ine Freight and Fas-enpcr Sil mi - is
City ol St. Ioui.-,.
City of Xetv OH.;;;.s.
City i.f lluki::ar.
City of Jltnrw.
City of Cairo.
Arkam-as '. "ty.
' Belle M.hif.
M em ih i s , Y i c U .- V. n )--,
Steamer leaves Cape Oi!-:' fi an
every Thursday ar.d ST-uriday.
For Cairo. Xew Mac7rid, ili'inrhis
ar.d ail way la;;dinfs.
Steamer h-avts Cn;n Girardeau
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For St. l.f ui. . " bti-aniers leave Cape
Girardi r.u ctcvv Sr.ndav and Wt-dnes
day P. M.
For freijrht and passacre address,
C M. Berkij-:y. Gen. l'ass. Apt. -
JoHX Bird. General Freight
St. Louis. Mo.
Dr.J. M VanDervort,
Consultation and Examination
Free. Ofllce at Kaye's stable. Cape
m collaf s. t&
And all other kind of collar hirien, ia
plea and bridlea. All work t Or a-naranta
Aleo dealer in BUGGIES, CARTS, Bead w
ona and all kind of vehicle. mayUS-