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Kveryllitnar l Local Form To be
Found That is of interest.
W. H. Nenninger has as fine beef at
his meat market as any beef ever put
on the market in this city or in any
County Court will meet next Mon
day in regular session.
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the j
wonderfal curative properties uf Dr. !
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample hot- j
ties frje. Satisfaction or money re- ;
umled. For sale by all druygints. !
Lee Leftwitch, son of John M. Loft- i
w itch, was arrested at Morley the
other day charged with forging the
signature of S. 1. Marshall to a note
for eighty dollars.
The Jackson Telephone Exchange
will be in operation this week.
Dr. Sawyer: Dear Sir: I cm say
with pleasure that 1 have b.vii usiuJi
your medicine, and will recouiuicnd it
to all su:Tering ladies.
Mm:. V. V. Weathe'.:sii;:i:.
Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore
'ol. Tiedeinann of Jackson lias sold
the Uyrdf.iru; forl"),itiHi. ile i:ii.l -11.-OIK)
for tue farm about a year ago.
A bushel of wheat and a gold dollar
arc on an equality now.
The war between ilie two 'o;u;i:ci ee
pachets will soon begin i:i earnest.
John If. Jenkins informs us that lie
will be a candidnic for ''i.-olceliou.
Lost-On Main stive!. a poekt t j
bowk containing money. I'inder will j
be liberally rewarded by returning j
same to this oflhv.
Dr. A. 1. lawyer: I have ivrii j
roubled with rheuiuatism and lung I
trouble for a number of years, can I
say 1 never nau any tiling hem me
like vour Family Cure.
Mitft. 11. Vi.v:.i:t.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drug store.
The ."armer vo is holding nis wheat
is a wise farmer. He is eoing to e.i t j
a dollar a bushel for it sure.
I VII Thotna U low in Capt. Cub
berl. y's l.iai .' as clerk on the steamer
Cherokee. ;,ir. Cubberly lias con
cluded to retire from s'cainbontiiifr.
Air. II. E. Cannon is still improving
but it will be iome time before he is
able to get out to attend to busi'iess.
There will be four Counciliueii to
elect at the city cl-elion ;a ... sjirinir
one from each va rd.
The household remedy is Hunt's
Lightning ' 'ii. All aclies and pains
quickly relieved. Satisfaction or
money refunded. For sale by a 11
Dr. i'urteriield moved his ollice in
to th'j room adjoining the Wat -r and
Electric Light ot'iire in the Siurdivaut
Dank building to-dav. i
Henry iitiliu is still adding i:ut. rove-
:nv tai l
1 .C IS
it is ;. p.,rt 'd thai ail vo; k o:l tile
Cray s ' unl Trr'ninal has Ore i stop
the co;, tract mi s are wai'.ii.g for
a dei'i.ic-n irom til ' Supivaur Court.
Banning sores, indoient ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may be cured by using
DeWitl's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
llie great pile care. W. I. Coerver
They are talking of getting up a
Fair at Jackson. When the ontU-ca.-iern
District Agricultural Society
moves its Fair to new grounds there
will bo no need of another Fair in the
county. Ours is a District Fair and
every citizen in Southeast Missouri
should take a pride in helping to
build it up.
Murphy, the Haarig barber, is now
in St. Louis. He holds a job in a
barber shop near the Union Station.
If you have ever seen a little child
in a paroxysm of whooping cough, or
if you have been annoed by a con
slant tickling in the throat, you can
appreciate the value of Oue Minute
Cough Cure, which gives quick relief.
Wm. H. Coerver.
Little Johnnie Fientge had a birth
day party and supper yesterday. His
parents gave him and his invited
guests a splendid supper, and his lit
tle friends presented him with a large
number of handsome gifts.
The big railroad and steamboat cor
porations seem to have ''it in'" for
Cape Girardeau. The railroads come
in hello distance and the steamboat
corporations run packets right by us
to Commerce and call us a way land
ing. Dr. A. i". Sa, vyer : Dear Sir: Mrs
Hamburg induced me to try your Fam
ily Cuit.'. 1 was greatly benefited by i
anil I recommended it to every lady
in poor health. Bespeetfully,
Mrs. Ashe r.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore
If you are biho us, 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.
Judge Miller of Bollinger county is
an applicant for Deputy U.S. Revenue
Collector. The J udge is a good man.
Dr. Blomeyer was serenaded last
J night but he didn't know it.
Dr. List returned home last week
from a professional trip to several
! towns in this and Perry counties.
Dollar wheat will make business
good when the spring trade opens.
Certainly you don"t want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow skin and loss of ap
atite. You have never tried De
Witt's Little Early Bisers for these
complaints or you would have been
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. Wm. H. Coerver.
The stock buyers will now resume ! sat isued. Try it. Ask your druggist
business and begin shipping stock to for a samplj bottle. For sale by all
the St. Louis market. j druggists.
Jackson will soon be a dry town ! There are several important cases
again. The saloon-keepers will fail pending in the Common Pleas Court
to get licenses. ' and Court will be in session another
Now we have freetelephoncexchange I a-' "" liV;
with Jackson and if we had an electric According to the ground hog theory
railroad to that town we would be ! the winter weather is about over, but
To heal the broken and diseased
tissues, to soothe the. irritated si:r
aces, to instantly relieve and to per
manent! v cure is the mission of De
Witch iiael Salv.
' The Hoard of Pension Examiners
v.ill hereafter men in Dr. Porteriieid's
oiiice on the first lioor in the Sturdi-
vant Hank building.
T!:e stockholder of the Park Aso-
datum are turning tneir stocU over io
theCapahn Baseball Club.
It is to ) inaeh to hav.? to scratch
for a lii'inga'ul for relief also. Hunt's
eu:v v.iii not help you in the former
cae. but will sure cure Itch. Tetter or
Liugworm. Itching Pics, or it costs
vou nothing. Price 'M cents. For sali
i lie citizens on i.oou .ioj.e shvli
are getting up a remonstrance against
the improvement of that street. j
The old Fair grounds are advertised I
What is iV? A cure for Coughs. I
i iw.ll-;-ll -S:-
(' :. si
ip. Whooping 'oiigfl. I
.l.eciions of th--.tners.
cents. Mo.iey refunded if it faiis to
give- satisfaction: wo mean Dr. Sim
mons' ! 'o:.gl; Syrup. For sale by all
.! M y ; is hauling a iot of baled
Inly to the s.Albert Crocer Company.
Tile managers of the (. 'ape Girardeau
Company did better than
they ;.n,:l;ls i! to do. 'in - Company
promised to have free telephone e.
chatige 1). tve er. Cape Girardeau and
Jackson. That we now have, and we
have also free exchange with every
town in the county that has telephone
i'he Cniiiiercj packet, steau.er Cal
ho in. cam:- down at eleven o'clock
Arbor-al and Aroor-.ii soa f-. r sale
by V. v ',.'.r W. C. ii a ::;., I
li Miller and W. A. Trickey.
Die:), oa January 27l1i, I!K the iti
i'.::'. so:: of Mr. and Mrs. William
P.alups. of near Jackson, aged thlve
we. ks. The parents have the sypalhy
o. a large circle of friends.
The hello end of our telephone line
to Jacksou is not in good working or
der yet. but it will lie all right in a
Buy it! Try iC You'll like it. G.
C. Thiieii'iis' AppV Bratidy. sj.oo
.- gallon at F. V. Ohcrheide's.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor I
have used and sold your Family Cure
with excellent resoults. It cured me
of the rheumatism and I now am ,101
years old and have not an ache or
pain. Mrs. F. V. Bhoads.
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Our telephone connection with Jack
son is not working as it should work.
The central office at Jackson does not
understand its business yet.
Our contractors and builders seem
to think they will have plenty of work
to do when spring opens up. We hope
they will not be disappointed.
Wiiiiam .Schneider, of St. Louis,
son-in-law of Hugo Ermertz of Jack
son, arrived in the city yesterday and
he will njiend a few days in this city
and at Jackson visiting relatives.
The 'Bicyclist's Best Friend" is a
familiar name for DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. While a specific for piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of the skin. It never fails.
Wia. H. Coerver.
The Western Poultry and Game
Company madj a bigshipment of eggs
Bob Giboaey says a ground hog
was seen roaming around over the
fields near his house in January.
That ground hog surely had no 1898
caleddar hanging on the wall in his
Small precautions often prevent
great mischiefs. DeWitt's Little Early
Bisers are very small pills in size, but
are most effective in preventing the
most serious forms of liver and stom
ach troubles. They cure constipation
and headache and regulate the bow
els. Wm. H. Coerver.
A new steamboat company has been
formed to take the place of the defunct
Anchor Line. Tha new company will
purchase the Anchor Line steamers.
We are informed that the soliciting
committee for moving the Fair have
fifteen hundred dollars subscribed.
The Fair will be moved sure.
County Court will meet next Moc
day arid Probate Court will meet next
Why Dr. Simmons' Cough Syrup is
the cheapest. It. is the only cough
remedy giving i0 doses for "l cents.
Monev is refunded if not benefitted or
, the ground nog is not always a truth-
The !!.ali:ir ici; in the river will in
terfere with steamboating again.
.Moments are useless if trilled away:
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
.Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate r. Her. W. II. Coerver.
Tin man who purchases the old
j for a chicken farm.
i 7 he (Kid Fellows
will hold their
celebration at Dexter.
The City Council will meet next
.ioiuiav night regular session.
! Y l' ought io know that when suf
j fei ing fr'oin any kidney trouble that a
j -afe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidncv
'ure. Guaranteed or money refunded.
W IT I ......I ,l-..i.r.rl..
Th . .,.;t,;jjlf,n...Jiur.iuess between this
cUv ., .ja(.:i();l is too much Tor one
wi;. , TI,.. !llillia;i..s u: ,,., two com-
pa-n's will have to put their heads to-
get her and make arrangements for
The central telephone operator at
Jackson is evidently a new beginner.
;r siie. or v hocvt r it may hi
in e. ar.ii Jackson miXi.d
;.il-d to tell which elu
liii is at the jihor.e.
Postmaster Alljert of Freiieriekto'.vn
was at Jackson last night attending'
the .aee'iing of tile Odd Feliows.
Till US DAY.
There are several parlies putting in
bills for th', old Fair grounds. We
heard one man say this morning he
v.a:id give thirty dollars an acre for
The river is full :f floating ice and
steamboats cannot run.
The editor of tlie.lacksont 'ash-Book
wa it s hid i for the construction of a
two-story brick house in Jack -on. Sic
notice to contractors in' mother column.
Who has !l.e ohie-t s ".vinginachine''
A new Singer given in exchange for
it. For particulars call on John
l j: en.
:;iip. agent -linger ftewing
i. .is- eihypnotie
. man must
W. Ii. X
as was ever put on the market in this
There will bean old fashioned s. pelt
ing bee at the ChristianChurch Satur
day !! i g ht. Prizes will be awarded to
the best aa.l poorest spellers. Admis
sion t'.:. ci
The ferry !o.:' Cape City is laid up
on account of ihe heavy ice in the
A cough is an easy thing to cure if
taken in time. It is dangerous to neg
lect one for any length of time. Dr.
Simnions'Congh Syrupis guaranteed
Fifty cents a bottle.
William Stolaer. the Broadway
butcher and sausage manufacturer, is
doing a line business. Ho is handling
the very best of meats and his sausages
are finding a ready sale at home ami
abroad. Mr. Stolzer has the machim ry
and he is thinking seriously of putting
in cold storage early in the spring.
Cigarelt" smokers say it takes a me
chanic to make a cigarette, but they
don't say what kind of a man it takes
to smwke a cigarette.
The big m eetings s:i;i go on a. the
Baptist church. They baptized ten
sinners in the church Tuesday night.
The Jackson saloons will all close
next week and then the blind tigers
will get in their work.
The Fair will be heid on grounds
next October that everybody can get
to. We will have a big Fair.
Evil after effects never follow the
Use of Dr. Bell's Pepiermint 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
The steamer Carrier has been laid
up here two or three days waiting for
the ice in the river to soften.
Mr. McCrea is going to move her
millinery store into the Chenue build
ing next door to the St. Charles Hotel.
Wilson Burgess left this week for
San Antonia, Texas, where he will
spend the spring and summer months.
Mr. R. E. Gannon telephoned us
this morning that he had a splendid
night's rest last night for the first :
timrt ciniA lie lei twen e r n H n ." rl tn h i
Edward D. Engelmann had a para
lytic stroke yesterday morning that ; '
came near disabling him. He is yet I
in bed from the effects of the stroke!
but he is some better to-dav. ! i
Charley Daues won the prize at the i
Normal oratorical contest last Mon-
day night and he will represent the
Southeast Normal at the Normal ora-
torical contest at Columbia this vear.
Mr. Daues is surely th- boy orator of
. committee of prominent citizens
went on the stage with Prof. Boone
last nigbt. They were not hypnotized
but they were badly p'.izled.
Matt Morrison says the Cotton Belt
railroad is going to build up from
('ray's Point to this city. Matt near
ly always knows what is going on.
The Gordon villeCreamcry is adver
tiseil for saie under a deed of trust
The farmers in the neighborhood of
Gordonville did not take intenst
enough in the etiterpr-.-e to keep it. go
ing and make it self sustaining.
tliHjIi on lUscasis of Horses.
Book on diseases of horses, cattl
sheep, dogs, hogs and poultry mailed
free by addressing- Humphreys eter-
inary SjM-cilics. corner William
t:-se liition City ouiicU.
Whereas, it is tlio opinion of this j
Council that (iood Hope street, from ! i
Sprigg street to Spanish street, should J '.Z
be graveled and put in condition for : s
public use. therefore lie it
P.Ks, !.'.-:u. That said Com
street be graveled from Sprigg to
Spanish streel, the width and depth to
be determined by ihe Streetard Wharf '
Committee, ami t the end tiiat said
work may b - done, the City Clerk
ii'-reby instructed to pn'iU.-b 1l.is
lutiou for two consecutive weeks in the I
news paj vr doing the city priming.
(Signed) E. F. BitKVl.i:.
I certify that the fosvgoi.ig i :.oI'i-
iol! W:'.s ;i:'i'se:;!i e. e nl :in:i :: iti.:it.-.i
at an adjoaraeii regular meeting of
'ity ( 'ounc'.l h -il oa Mo:dav '-v-iii
lauuar;, !Tl;i. Is'.K.
(iKil. E. CtlAI'I'I'e.I..
Jar.uarv IN. 1-': -'.
Mti:irctM inv I.i iiimcnt.
There is no pain it will not relieve
It will cure
'..l!:i : -.as a
'".'!lie 'c;:ir Ac-oliut:i.
li tiio.-e kiiowiirg themselves in-
iieotcd to llie ( itv Drug' htfire are re- .
.inti.il In ."i;l iimi ..uli. nn Me
Kra:ik X. t:! has the book-: and ac- I
eoi-iit:; and i.e will rccipt vou for the
amoniit vou owe. !
1 .;- :! or Tra-Jf. i j
Nice assorted stock of hardware for :
sale or trade for a good farm.
Gl-:. W. KKXNKif,
1. 1st I .Mail Malter
Remaining uncalled for in the poa office of
Cae Oirarilean, connty of Cape iirarlean,
State of Mirtfonri. lor the week Piu'.ii't;
Jannar- :a, lsiis.
M:el. V. ii.za
lirown, .M;a Mr.nile
Heiikil. MisA Aniiie
I lilt, .losi ill
T.nvt.tn, .1 . K.
Miiriiliv, Mrs II l
Flii:ilii. Mrs Sidney (2)
Wiiiti-n. Mth. l.-.-tlie
II .-::. Ml'.TT .fare
Varjili I W . M.
sclmol. Mrs Sarah I:
Williams, A S.
I'erpons callini; lor a:y of the above Iett.rr.
will lleasc say "AdveitiBeil," fiivinjr dateo!
the list. If not called for within two week
they will lie ent to the l!;'ad l.-tter uslice :il
Viu.hiii',"e i Citv. VV. V. I.KKCtl I. M
Have You Had tlic ;rlpi
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Feley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
FOB SAI.K A hiith jrrade liiano Tor SiV.0:i.
nhniit hall urire. limaireat this ollice or
address Ag't, itox '2, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
WAXTKD Man with StM 1; hnys a Rood
iiavinir little business. Address, ISifk.
FUli s.VI.H A sood neat combination house
and sail boat. Cneap. Call near Water
LOST-Between the Normal and down town
n lr.dies' -'old watrh. with small srold
chain and small charm attached. Kinder Hill
lie liberally n warded i.y retnriiiii same to
Mrs. John Cleir.soii on spanisn streei.
FOli 5AI.K Choice bnildinu lot ; leet rront
liv i::t leet di-eu. Located on east side of
Spanish street between rt'illiams and Good lloj-e
streets Andy to St. Vincents Academy
rnR SALK An KtT
arlor Orjran nine
r stoiis. In lirst-cla.-s condition
thiT iianicnlars call on Ki-ed A Astholz.
OK SALt-. Second-hand Kadiant i;ae
Itnrner. In poo-l condition. Apply to
Mrs. Win. Itader.
FOIJ EI-'N'T A nice room for business honse.
Inquire ol Al Chenue for further particu
lars. FOK SALK A llrst-class Soruhum mill, com
plete wiih evaorators. Will sell on easy
terms or will trade lor hogs, corn or a good
milch-cow. Applv at this oiBce.
"0R SALE At a bargain, 2T. volumes Bri
f" tanica Cyclopedia. For further informa
tion call at this office.
W VNTK i AT ON'CE Bright young man to
handle our celebrated Lubricating Oils
and Greases. Salary and expenses. Enclose
stamp for particulars. Address, Cresent Oil
Co , Minneapolis, Minn.
FOK KEXT One nice store room on Broad
wav. opposite Stein's Mill . Also one farm.
! Apply to Herman Rabich.
It is the desire of our store to save you money
to enable you to purchase your supplies at such reas
onable prices that it means an actual saving to you.
We watch your interest in the buying and the selling.
It is our policy to keep the foremost qualities, but at
careful prices, thus placing
The arrival of Spring Goods must hasten the sell
ing oi" ail winter goods from now until March. we
! v. i!! make very low prices on all winter weight goods
j ' "...
i l Vou get them with the proriit knocked off. Come
; aticl see.
Prices tell the
I j.j fl here
! :8 Ladies' Black Ca
worth 6-1 W(
Ladies' Black Cajies worth -l ."
Ladies' Black Cheviot Jackets worth $2 "." now 1 ".
Ladies" iilack Beaver Jackets worth $4 CO now ......230
Ladie.-,' Black Beaver, l etter grade jackets worth ?" 20 now... 4 00
Lad ies" T;
k Astrai han Jacket
ilersej Jacktt worth
Chllds Cheviot Jacket v. orth f 1 ,"! now..
Childs Cheviot Jacket '..on!: ! Ti) now..
Chihls Cheviot JacKet worth 2 00 now...
Misses Cheviot Jacket werth. s2 2 now..
Misses Cloth Jacket worth ?.'! ii:) now
Misses Cloth Jacket worth t4 CO now.. .
Big reduction on all wraps.
duction on ladies skirts.
Fvtervs and Boys' Overcoats.
Boys" Satinctle over coats worth 1 2) now "."i
1 .")0 now 1 00
" " " " -1 (K now 1 50
l assimor-e over coat worth 2 ."0 now 1 7.
Same careful reductions all through the line of
Men's Sal incite over coats worth
M' li's Satin -lte over coats worth
Men's Kersey over coats worth
Men's Ker-ey over coals worth
Men's Eersev overcoats worth
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