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everything of LoeaU Form To
Foand That Is of latere t.
Jackson 11 in danger of a water
famine. The chances are that the peo
ple of Jackson will have to haul their
water from some landing on the Miss
Stock in the swamp have to travel
four or five miles for water. The
drouth has completely dried the low
lands this year.
He shook and he shook, till his
.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 Cheatham's
I am a shaker no more. W. H
Mrs. Fannie Gawronski came down
from St. Louis Saturday night to
visit her daughter who is attending
Two Gray's Point railroaders came
together to-day on Main street. It was
only a little knock down.
Cheathamis Chill Tonic is peculiarly
adapted to persons in enfeebled health
and invalids. It assists digestion,
and is a perfect strength ner and ap
petizer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both the Tasteless
and bitter styles. The Tasteless in 50
cents size. Sold by all druggists.
The Fair Association made a profit
of about two hundred dollrrs this
V. H. Hardin, representing the St.
Louis Trade Review, is in the city.
The Trade lie view is the leading stock,
farm and commercial journal of the
if yon are bilious, try Dr. sawyer'
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Try a free
sample. They do not gripe. Sold at
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
Married, at the residence of the
bride's mother, Sunday evening Octo
ber 24th, 1897, by Rev. Nagel, Mr.
Albright Walther and Miss Elizabeth
Kssig. Only the relatives and immed
iate friends were invited to the wed
ding. The DEMOCRAT extends its con
gratulations to the happy couple.
Two little boys fought to a finish on
the vacant lot adjoining Doyle's hat
store to-day. The tight was witnessed
by several men.
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 Tunic. 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.
A revival meeting is going on at the
Second Baptist Church in this city and
some nights services last nearly all
Three weddings took plae in .l.e
citv last night. That is good for one
night these dry times.
If this drouth continues much lonytr
the acreage of wheat in Southeast
Missouri will be less than half the
Henry Vasterlingwho was out in the
swamp the other day hunting says it
has been several years sincethe swamp
has WMn as dry as it is now.
The last rose of summer is n bli.oui
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
be sung about November. ) W. A.
In the general run of the seasons
after three fogs a rain, but not this
year. We have the losr every morn
ing and the weather is as dry as ever.
There is a rumor afloat that a cei
tain business man is talking oi going
out of business in this city.
Don't neglect chills. Chills bring
on congestion congestion brings on
death. You can cure chills and become
stout and healthy by using Dr. Bell's
Peppermint Chill Tonic.
The Board of Directors of the Cape
Girardeau Building & Loan Asso
ciation ordered unpledged shares of
the fourth series to be redeemed and
pay the sum of onehundredand twenty
two dollars for each share: eighty
three dollars paid in in eighty-three
months. Shareholders not wishing to
withdraw may borrow one hundred
dollars on each such share of stock of
the fourth series. Eighty-one shares
are called in.
Albert Hinze, of Bloomfleld, was in
the city yesterday. Mr. Hinze is in
the brick manufacturing business at
Bloomfleld and he finds a ready sale
for all the brick he can manufacture.
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 J. Maple Wilson, Druggist.
The opening season for quail shoot
ing begins next Monday and lasts two
months. The little game birds are
numerous this year.
Little Henry Hoffmeister of Jackson
is in the city. Henry is the smallest
big man in Southeast Missouri. His
weight is about forty-five pounds and
nis height about forty inches.
The steamer Grey Eagle got in at
three o'clock this afternoon, on good
time ntwithstandingthe low water and
the dense fog. She had a fair cargo
of freight and a good passenger list
With nlAJLflllrM that T hava haon nain
your medicine, and will recommend it
w an sunenng laaies.
mbr. w . w. weathers hee,
Aiioniata ( a
Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore
Wheat is worth ninety cents in this
market The dollar mark will be
reached here before the Christmas
The Sturdivant Bank buildingis be
ing treated to a new coat of paint.
John W. Taylor is doing the work.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: ( have been
troubled with rheumatism and lung
trouble for a number of years, can
say I never had any thing help me
like your Family Cure.
MRS. H. WING ART,
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drug store.
If the city authorities are not too
pure and virtuous to look for such
things it would not be out of the way
for them to look around a little. They
can find some houses of prostitution
running wide open right in the heart
of the city. Le the Mayor order that
old bachelor member of the Council to
familiarize himself with these houses
and make a report.
There is not as much business in the
city as there ought to beat this season
of the year but business is fairly good
all the same.
Evil after effects, never follow the
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 flesh. It
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chills so they stay cured. Dealers
Several big railroad lawyers went
down to Benton te-day to take part in
t'e condemnation suits jiending in the
John Reynolds is painting the Ar
cade building on Main street.
There is some truth in the statement
that a certain business man is going
to quit business in this city. The gen
man, we understand, has told some of
his friends that he was tired of the
d d town.
Fred Glover went down to Kennett
this afternoon. Mr. Glover isthe ma
chinist for the Kennett Hailroad Co.
Don't trifle away time when you
have cholera morbus or diarrhoea.
Fight them in the beginning with De
Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. You
don't have to wait 'for results, they
are instantaneous, and it leaves the
bowels in healthy condition. For sale
by .1. Maple Wilson, Druggist.
Hon. B. Benson Cahoon of Freder-
tnwn spent last Sunday in this city.
We are informed by an old steam
boat man that another Cape Girar
deau packet will be put in the trade
between this city and St. Louis next
Mrs. Capt. Leyhe's water spaniel
dor was returned to herfrom Kennett.
It had been taken there by some show
m- n who were at oar Fair.
County Clerk Paar was in St. Louis
Water is so scarce at. Jackson that
the saloon keepers can't afford to
water their whisky. They will sell the
pure stuff till the fall rains set in.
A "i0 cents Iron Tonic. Pure Soluble
Iron concentrated and pure Amorph
ous Quinine is contained in Cheatham's
Tasteless Chill Tonic, making it the
most desirable Iron Tonic on the
market. It is a true tonic, strength
ner, appetizer, toner up of the system,
and blood purifier. Only 50 cents.
I. Ben. Miller, druggist.
Our coal dealers are having some
trouble about getting their winter
supply of coal. They say the railroad
iiimi;y has been unable to furnish
car t haul the coal from the coal
li. in. s.
The Cape Girardeau Building &
Ixian Association has more money
than it can loan.
Probate Court at Jackson will con
vene on Monday, November 8th and
be in session one week.
Will Warren has been appointed
agent in this city for Chase & San
born, importers of coffee, Boston,
Mass. The Chase & Sanborn coffee
is the best brought to this country. It
won the highest prize at the World's
Fair at Chicago.
"Time and tide waits for no man."
An occasional dose of Cheatham's
Chill Tonic often saves you from a
long spell of sickness. "No cure no
pay." Put up in both Tasteless and
bitter styles. Tasteless in 50 cents
size. J. Maple Wilson, druggist
E. F. Regenhardtis down at Kennett
this week building some flues in the
stone railroad depot building he com
pleted a few weeks ago for the Kennett
Dr. A. P. Sawyer:-c-Dear doctor
have used and sold your Family Cure
wun excellent resouits. it cared me
of the rheumatism and I now am 50
years old and have not an ache or
pain. Mrs. F. A. Rhoads.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drug store.
The lakes down in Dunklin and
Pemiscot counties went dry this year
and millions of fish perished.
It will take a week's rain to melt the
clods in the fields that have been plow
ed for wheat in this section of country,
The Democrat has about five hun
dred readers in this city who do not
pay for the paper. They are all good
people good to themselves.
Three mails arrived at the Post-office
to-day, all at one time.
It. 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 flesh and no more chill
For Rent A nice office room in the
Dr. E. J. Hite, of Kansas, III., is
visiting his uncle, Dr. Travis, for a
It will cost the Fair Association one
hundred and fifty or two hundred dol
lars to re-build the stalls on the Fair
grounds that were destroyed by lire
We areinforined thatafter this week
the train that leaves here at six o'clock
in the morning over the Illinois Cen
tral will go through to St. Louis and
return at ten o'clock at nirht.
It will be lawful to kill wild turkeys
from the lirst day of November till the
31st day of December.
Mrs. A. Yeager sells Superior
Stoves and Ranges.
The weather has been so warm that
our merchants have not oeen getting
rid of their winter goods.
Since our doctors began the use of
antitoxin there has not been a dtath
in the city from diphtheria.
Our coal dealers say there is no
danger of a coal famine in this city.
They will be able to get all the coal
that will be needed here.
See Mrs. II. S. Doyle's new stock of
millinery the largest stock and pret
tiest goods in the city.
Mrs. A. Yeager has a good line of
Middle street from Good Hope to
Morgan Oak is being graded and
graveled. The graveling will be done
at the expense of the property owners
As wheat goes up business livens up
and as business livens up people
brighten up and everything goes bet
Two new cases of diphtheria were re
porte.l to the Board of Health this
The l ty Council will meet in regular
session nest Monday night.
That little shower of rain this morn
ing made the farmers feel good.
Daues & Schrader are building a
big brick smokestack for the Planters'
The Cape Girardeau & Scott County
Rock l:i.;a :.is U-eii treated to a new
There are som3 needed reforms that
our City Council should look after in
Arbor-al and Arbor-al soap for sale
by W. H. Coerver, W. C. Hainan, I
B. Miller and W. A. Trickey.
Don't send your suits away to l.e
dyed and pay $3.00 for it, when with
30c to 50c worth of Putnam Fadeliss
Dyes and an hour's work, you can do
it just as well. No experience necess
ary. Just boil the goods with the dye
and they are made new again. Sold
by William H. Coerver, druggist
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear Sir: Mrs.
Hamburg induced me to try your Fam
ily Cure, I was greatly benefited by it
and 1 recommended it to every lady
in poor health. Respectfully,
Mrs. Ashe r.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore.
Jas. R. Jenkins of Jackson in the
city to-day. Mr. Jenkins is here to
see about getting water for his saloon
business. They use lots of water in
the saloons at Jackson. ,
The Western Poultry and Game
Company will make another big ship
ment of dressed poultry to-morrow.
Congressman Vandiver will leave
for Washington the last of next
Sheriff Jenkins of Jackson is in the
city to-day attending the Common
For Sale or Trade A first-class
black mare. Good for family pur
poses Cheap. M. E. Shelton.
At the Arcade restaurant you can
order from a bill of fare anything you
want to eat You can get as good
meal there as you can get at Tony
Faust's in St Louis.
They had a jury case in the Common
Pleas Court this afternoon.
See Drs. Smith & Smith, the Dental
Specialists, now at St Charles Hotel.
Read our testimonial: Dr. A. D.
amttn a; Co., just extracted a very
sore molar tooth for me, using their
vitalized air. I am 73 years old and
am sure any one can take the air.
felt no pain or bad effects in any way.
Mrs. Jane Randol.
There is going to be another wed
ding in the city before the Indian
Summer comes and goes.
Our coal dealers are delivering coal
to their customers.
The Public Administrator was in the
Wanted A German woman to clean
up rooms. For further information
call at the Democrat office.
Emil Thilenius has a fine big girl at
The diphtheria cases in thisciiy this
year are of a mild form and the
patients are all getting welL
The Brewery sent two of its old
faithful beer wagon horses to the
swamps this morning to fatten them
up. It will take some time for them
to get fat
W. H. Miller came up from Benton
to-day where be has been fighting with
his coat off for a week for the Cotton
Xew Bakery Firm.
H. J. Martens, having purchased a
half interest in the Bakery business
of the Hanichen Bakery, will continue
the business at the old stand. The
business will be conducted under the
firm name of Martens & Co. A de
livery wagon will make the daily
rounds as heretofore and the firm will
do all in Its power to merit the trade
of the public. We would be pleased
to retain all the old customers and we
assure them we will treat them with
Those knowing themselves indebted
to the old firm will accommodate us by
calling and settling.
Martens & Co.
Working Woman's Home Associa
tion 21 S. Peoria St, Chicago, III..
Jan. 11, 1896.
Our Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley "sUoney and Tar
six years ago, and areu?ing 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
Ureat Music Oiler.
Send us the names and addresses of
three or more performers on the piano
or organ together with ten cents in
silver or postage and we will mail you
ten pieces full sheet music, consisting
of popular songs, waltzes, marches,
etc., arranged for the piano and or
Popular Music Pub. Co.,
He is a Fraud.
The Bureau of Pensions at Wash
ington, D. C, writes to P. C. Cooter
& Co., Pension Agents of this city
that Andrew J. Stewart of this city
who claims he has a pension diie him
is a fraud.
i.'rti ol Mall Matter
Be iininitig uncalled for In the jxxt; o:L.-.
Cape Girardeau, county or Cape Uirarilcn,
State of MUsonri, for the week endii.jt
October a., lss7.
Ash, Mr. John
Harford. Miss I.ncilll
Eaatwood, .famea W.
Gerity, Andrew (-')
Abernathye, Miss Arroe
Kuchanon R. R.
DeBower. E. W.
Gray, Dr. C G.
Jea'nninps, II. C.
I.H-ier. Miss Winnie
Loie, Mrs Anne
MidkilT, Mrs. Clara
Metcair, J A.
Tank.reley, W B.
Williams. C. W.
no ley, oscor vsj
I. P. X.
Jones, Mrs. Fred
LimbanKb, C. C.
Man, Mis. Mattie
Murnhv, V. M
Rosanbanm, Mrs F K
Vantfhn. G. W.
Wolf, Miss Ada
Whitney, Miss Lizzie
wooa. H. A.
Persons calling tor any or the above letters
will please say "Advertised," giving dateof
the list, ir not called for within two weekt
they will be sent to the D.!ad Letter Ooioe at
Washington City. W. V. LEECH P. M.
Kev. V. F. Brooks
says that his little girlis troubled with
malaria very severely, and that since
he gave her Sulphur Bitters, he never
thinks of leaving New Y'ork for his
summer resort without a few bottles,
for they always cure his family, and
are far superior to quinine.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween Henry J. Martens and Mrs.
Otto Hanichen, under the firm name
of Martens, Hanichen & Co., bakers,
have this day dissolved.
H. J. Martens will collect all ac
counts due the old and pay all debts.
Mrs. Otto Hanichen.
Cape Girardeau, Mo., Oct 25. 1897.
Fire at the Fair Grounds.
Fifteen or twenty stock stalls on the
Fair grounds burned Sunday after
noon. The stalls were just as they
had been left after the Fair with beds
of straw in them and it is supposed
that some tramp had been camping in
one of them and set it on fire with a
cigar or pipe.
This Fall you will see the
finest Over-Coats, Sack Suits
and Cutaways ever offered
ready-to-wear. If you; buy
your Fall and Winter clothes
of us you will have the satis
faction of knowing that you
couldn't be better dressed
if you tried. In style, in fit
and in workmanship the
Schwab Clothing comes so
near the highest art of the
best custom Tailors that an
expert would be puzzled to tell
The Boy, Youth, Han.
We had each in miryi when
we bought our Fall and Winter
Clothing, and we expended a
great deal of time and care in
selecting just the right thing
Our boys department is a
success because the clothes fit jm r o o A T 7L.'LTT T
the boy; they are stylish, MAA-1- AVHK1L L
strono-1 sewed and mad of" olesafcTaaciHof St Louis,
t J who never made up a suit of clothes which
durable cloth. They are good We could not guarantee to be Exst-das.
clothes anyway you take them and they show it. Prices are
considerable lower than heretofore and it's not due to any re
duction in the quality of the goods. ' They are as good as
can be made.
For men the single-breasted round-cornered sack is the
correct thing this season, made
broken plaids, checks,' mixtures, brown or ;rey English
Tweed, blue or black serge, or handsorme uorsteds in invis-
able plaids and a variety of other neat patterns.
Boys 2-piece satinette suits,
Boys 2-piece suits all wool,
up to give satisfaction; your choice from the lot. $1.50. Big
ine of boys 3-piece suits.
Men's heavy Satinette suits, well made, good colors, sold
from $3.50 to $4.00 in other stores, our price only $2.75 a suit.
Men's kersey suits, brown,
worth $5.00, our price $400.
Men's good quality J English black clay worsted single
breasted sack coat, made with
satin bound seams.custom shape
We handle a complete line
boys overcoats at very low cash
and be shown these beautiful
We are also leaders in Dry
Ladies, Misses and Childrens
lovely Capes at very low prices. Bi stock of Carpets, Cur
tains, an immense line of Fall an i Winter S:n-s.
Buy your goods of us and grt ;t cock as a premium.
Y-u;:s f r trade.
ST. LO'JIS AND NEW ORLEANS
Flue Freight and Passenger Steamers
City of St Louis,
City of New Orleans,
City of Hickman,
City of Monroe,
City of Cairo,
For Cairo. Memphis, Vicksburg,
New Orleans and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape Girardeau
every Thursday and Sunday.
For Cairo, New Madrid, Memphis
and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape Girardeau
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For St Louis. Steamers leave Cape
Girardeau everv Sunday and Wednes
day P. M.
For freight and passage address,
C M. Berkley, Gen. Pass. Agt
JOHN BIRD. General Freight
St. Louis. Mo.
S COLL AF IS. '
And sll other kind of eollais. harness, sa
pies snd bridles. All work ft llr rusrspte
Also dealer In BUGGIES, CARTS, Bdw
ons and all kind of vehicles. rasrlS-
Dr. P. W. Murton,
STURDIVANT BANK BUILDING.
Telephone Office, 150; House, 25.
las 3335 o
i lsit oar store
" cort 0lne money to do things right,
worth much. Ve ax sole agents for
of fancy Scotch Cheviot in
well made, our price $i.oo.
stylish, properly cut, made
square cut sack, well made
strong black farmer satin lining
and finish, price for suit $8.00.
of clothing including men and
prices. Please give us a call
Goods. Dress Goods, Notion,
Wraps, beautiful Jackets and
Dr. H. L. Cunningham,
Pr;niiv iimiv.1 t diseas of the
Eye. for, Kgss and Throat
Office Sturdivsirt Hunk Building
CAPE GIIJAIIDEAU. : MO.
F. W. VOGT,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire new stock, the latest improved and
best Cooking and heatings tores in the market.
All kinds of Job Work done in the best mannei
and at moderate prices.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty and work (naranteed flrst-clssa
j. iss Qfynstine fpeeler,
StenoarapHer and Typewriter
Prepared to do work on snort notice. 9ontb
L. F. RUFF.
Union Trust Building Corner 7th and
Olive Street ST. ICIS. Mo.
Dr. J. M YanD6rvort,
Consultation and Examination
Free. Office at Kage's stable, Cape
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
v ! i.rat-in. :i. ail the worts and attend to