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Walter Kelley, ;ho is charge J with
cutting Gad lieid in this city about a
week ago, will have a preliminary
hearing on the 4th of March.
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Hro'.vn and
John Peter Smith .vill testify to the
v.onderf al curative proiwrties of Dr.
Simmons" Cough Syrup. .Sample bot
tles free. Satisfaction or money re
.'lndoi. For sale by all dm-joists.
Work on the ltiverview Sanitarium
is progressing rapidly and it will not
bj long till we will have oil" of the
iinest of all the health resorts in the
Dr. Sawyer: Dear Sir: 1 ran say
with pleasure that I have been
your medicine, and will recoi.ii.ii-r-.d it
to all suffering ladies.
Ml!R. W. V. Weathku.shkk,
Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore
The CapeGirardeauTelephoii j Com
pany is making improvements all the
time. They have received new poles
to take the place of some of t'. old
pules and the line up Uroadway v.ili
be changed to come down tin- alley
.frons Uroadway to Hi" central (."i-.
Whisky drummers will continue to
vir.it Jackson, saloon.-, or no s.ihions.
and they will sell jus; as mu"k v.l.i-icy
vith tin.' saloons closed as th y did
vhen the saloons were open.
Dr. A. 1. Sawyer: - I i:ave b-vti
The steamer New Idlewild came down
to-day in place of the steamer hero
kee. Tiie Idlcv.ild is the Cape's favor
ite boat and everybody will be ie
lighted to see h"r again in hi r 1 i
AlbertFolsom. of Portsmouth. Ohio,
wants to know the whereabouts of ids
son. Kugene r'olsom.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor I
have used and sold your Family Cure
with excele-nt resoults. It cured
of the rheumatism and I now am .o
years old and have not an ache or
pain. M;;s. F. . Itnn.i)S.
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Tiw Kivcrvic.v S 'lii' ifii'Tt'i win )
provided v.iii, t'.ie Tm-kisli Hath, and
licsides will have hot and cold baths
on every lioor.
Steamboat m-n ay business along
the river is piekiug up. lioats are
yetting nearly all the freight they ran
liny it! Try i:'. You'll like it. G.
C. Tliilenuis' Apple IJraudy. i'S.W
da nly II
of this I
Ham ( '.
a: F. W. (berhcid-'-i.
ilolll", ilVe miles West
brtiary Vs. Vil-
v. ajv i :j vears ami
' I'O'.'b!" f.)
sav i never had any
iiic vour Family 'uiv.
Sold at .1. Maple Wii-e
i a ::t.
Let), I. 1 i i r-.
:'s iil"a-j- store.
It i, c
M1 -ill :-. (!
in order t
le'lst ii" c:
on oar la
r a::; u.:,i.
lit that Hi"
to (' this
The saie- of the Fair ground- vas
not approved by the IJ.inrd of Direr
ors and the grounds still I -1 iti ; to the
Postmaster Leech was .-ho'.vn a teic
gram by Mr. O. K. Wlieelrr. genera i
detective for theCotton Hclt Kaiiroad.
last Thursday calling- him to Tyler.
Texas, to look after a plot to rob a
train near that place.
Uunning sores, indole.it uicers and
similar troubles, cventhough of many
year's standing, may beetired by using
DeWitt's Witch Ha.-l Salve. It
toothes, strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. W. II. Coerver
George llodi-meyer hassold one hun
dred, and ninety acres of hi land. He
;;ot four thousand dollars for it.
Herbert Smith of Dantn is here
overhauling the old F.ra ottiee which
he has purchased. That old print
shop rost some of O'.ir good 'opl
som" of th-ir good money. 5t u..s
worked off on the n for the snug little
s'.nn oT The o" ners side it to
Smith for $4-1iMi;i. and they '.veie glad
to got that.
i ildr. ::n
!. r i
l;i -o!;il;;i-t a.l s
itsall th- !-e.,:a--e-
l li;-st-:-!a ss stork
ri. We priil" oai--e)v--.-varied
s ;o;s ;: hat, in in
tioSS " .' Al'KMAXX.
;i :'in;:i e-ville. 1
i" ( iCiiirii' of th" j
of America, called on
j. M r. ! i i i v is ':eie to I
horn" of this i ,
I';". i 111?
is U: A cure for Coughs.
Croup. Whoopirif ('o"l'i1.
":"e sail, faction: w
mons' t 'oah Sy t-tij
Hoarseness. Sore Throat, and. all
iJ onehial Affections of the Throat.
( ".vst and i. '.oil's. doses for ""
Mo.'ey i-i fuaned if it fails to
mean Dr. Sim
For si le bv all
Th.- siockholders of tiie Fair Asso
ciation will meet at the court hon.-e in
this city o.i the Uth h.st. to elect live
Directors to till tin? varanidssoccasion
i d by the r -situation of F. A. Ka-re.
Louis Ilouck. Alexander lloss, Wil
liam G. Scliueider ami Henry llei-:e.
and to transact other business as
may be d"r:a-dl-;s1 f"rt''
Ti. il l.- - ball par.; i
mad" an at-r.e.-tive ;dar:
mer inoa'iis We ur,i
.-i. Jill of t ie I) -t. club.; i
The household remedy is Hunt's
Lie-iitnin-.' Oil. All aches and pains
quickly relieved. Satisfaction or
money refunded. For sale by all
Why Dr. Simmons" Cou-jh Syrup is
the cheapest, it is tl'.e only couj'h
reir-r.lv ivinjr " doses for ."( cents.
Me:i- y is refunded if not benefitted or
sa'i.-.'led. Try it. Ask your driiL'irist
for :. sample bottle. For sale by all
V !" ou'lit to know that when siif
f iaa.u from anj kidney troubl -that a
saf'. sure remedy is Foley's Kidney
Cure. Guaranteed or money refunded.
W. II. Coerver. druu'i-'ist.
.:oi!ients are useless ii tn:I"d away:
at;d they are dangerously wasted if
eotisumed by delay in cases where One
Minute CoULrh Cure wotild brinjr im-n.-eiate
r.-Hef. W. II. ("oervei'.
Win; lias the oldest scwinjr machi.iey
A new Sinr;er jriven in exchange for
ii. For particulars call on John
!:' i.itti'i.ian::. a'jent Singer Sewing
i-'.. W. 15'iby. organizer lor the S-. -i
Kui"-hts and Ladies, of America.
circiiiaiin-j a ieinion tor a rtiarter
an or-ani.ation in thisritv. Wi
lms sernred the mtmes of ijait a r.um
her of our ltest citizens.
A eoui;ii is an easy thine- tt) ,.ire if
taise'i in time. It is dantrenuis to ne"
'"! one for any length of time. Dr.
, s iiniuons'Ciiaeh Syrupis e-narauteeil.
Fifty rrnts a bottle. Kor sale by all
Tie new addition to tin- I'resco'.t
il '..-e v.iil soon be romideted and it
' wil: 'ie o.ie th" handsomest rooia-ia
Hi--, I. ill :!iis city. Manh llnd. js:,s.
CLaies ilae-'ot. The remains were
i to wroondale this niorniii'.r for
l'l-tmas'er l.-.e -h has appoii t
Cht' enee ( jrantas Deputy I'ostmasler.
Mr. Grant is one of the nicest younn
me;, in the county, and in politics I e
is all rijrht. We coniiratulale Mr.
Leecii for his eooil luck in securi:.
th" s -rviees of such an honorable
yi aii j- man as Mr. Grant.
F.vil after effects never follow the
u si; of Dr. Dell's I'eppermint Chill
Tonic, it is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes
stoat, sound bone. It makes !lesh. It
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chiils so they stay ciin-d. Dealers
! Mrs. Diiiilop is having the lai-'e
i room on the jrrouml Moor of tin- llivei-
! vij.v Sanitarium fitted up for a public
Mayor Coerver received a letter the
other day from a gentleman in Ohio,
who wants to know where our city frot
the name Girardeau. He says his
name is Girardeau and he wants to
know if there are any people by that
name living in this section of country.
An Irish priest had labored hard
with one of his tlock to induce him to
ve up whiskoy. I tell you. Mich
ael," said the pries, "whiskey is yonr
worst (,'nemy, and you should keep as
faraway from it as you ran." "Me
enemy, is it. Fatir rr" responded
Michael, 'and it was Vour Hefrieaee s
self that was telling' us in the pulpit
only last Sunday to love our eneun si'1
"So ! was. Michael." rejoined tie
pri ;st. "but I d h; n't t-'.l you to s.a J
Kdwar-l s, r.i'iy has th.,- eNelusi'-e
sale of tin.' Wi: sou iviiie Heater bcsi
stove in tin.- world for the money.
Ex-Judge M r.: :! l ranier has tp:.t
tl.o Pioseciuiii Attorney's otiice in
St. Iouis and v. ill. we understand,
move to Jackson, this county, and
open a !.iv (.-:';. i .
Importers Meeting: The ni-mbers
of t hrit Episcopal Cimrch are n
(juested to be pi- sent at a called mee:
inir to !;e held in the church on Sat
urday afternoon. March ."i'h. at 4
o'eloei;. S. I". AltTi'.t i:.
Von call use tin-in for hoys suits and
kmc pants: spring r:i pes and raps. .Mul
remnants, in 1 eu-jth from I V inrhes to
oti" yr.rtt: ;'nini t'-.at sold at s.''.
fj.'iilauii ".O'.i jH-" yard whrlesaie.
We an; roiii'i' 'o sell l hem. your choii e
at e'l and T"i cents each. Com.- to-mor-ro'.v.
DOSS S.H'KMAN y.
ler ami i !! iocla'I.
in the city to-day.
n t ) deli'llii A'o::';" Ke!
who is cU.U'e-eii wi-ii rnt'in-j; Gad Ih-id.
W" extend to on a cordial invi
ta'ioii to come and examine our se
lections of wooh ijs for the S;rinir and
Slimmer. We have many attractive
patterns in suitings and trousering at
tin; lowest possible price, consistent
with ;'noil workmanship, quality ami
lit. I'.iiSS A SACKMAXN.
Hon. Louis :Io;;ek and Maj. J. 1!
Dennis are in St. Louis.
Kx-Shcrili -I. M. Uaudol has moved
back to Jackson, fie is now in the
Tiios. W. Gannon, of Cairo. Illi
nois, is in the city. Mr. Gannon is
I'r.'siilcnt of the Cape Girardeau Water
and Electric Liurht Company and h" is
here lookiiiL;- aft .'i' tin- iuisin "ss.
?f f-Ttn- JrftTTWri mrfyvv TTrmrro ?wmT Jff
Centra! : ir.ri-i
jiift seen 1 care whei'a-r it docs
business wiLl: tiiis city or not. i!
! f yi 'U ha v: C'
in a paroxysm o
if you h.-. i.e.-
.level) as much
rd i ii a ;e v. - -
-oin-.- ,o l.-ej lihrary.
the sum : 'Flu; 'ity Counci! wi!i lire: next
rotund that A'o-aiay nijht.
'' ''''','y- Mr. John Voul.ci-ippied Jo as in; is.
i " iti: tin- i heiiinatisii'. .-itt -udeii fte.-
.; ! ..i e , . iioaiii . i.aiit.t .
:: Vo" ami Mr. lla'iiiey l...i
i. :i friends !or i.iany year-.
"ni-ky and bn.-in"ss vo'i't mix an .
1 vn::;!.' who tries to mix the
i . : it ever.- Jim.-
i'Ti:'s notice.- Notice is
r oy iTlv.ei that letters 1 estam-eiTai y j
;n.:i ill- E-tal-o! Edward !. l-.i:-.-.-
'.ti.n. d -eeise,;. -i .re I !i era ii': a to
: u:i.:ei siin-d bv lin- 1'i-oliat" i our-. I J
:.- . i ;:
' i ; : '
I OUR I
I METHODS I
If the community indorse our plan of merchandis
ing if they approve our close margin prices if they
give us the sunny side of their consideration, it will
show it in the increased sales. Every season gives
iS added "assurance that the public place the fullest
confidence in our store, that our prices, qualities and
! stvles are fully satisfactory.
Our Spring Goods are lovely a magnificent col
lection, a grand display of the newest '9S ideas the
most unique creations and the largest assortment to
choose from, we have ever before been able to show.
An Elegant Showing
Ot beautiful woolen dress goods, embracing all the
richest designs forj the spring of .'9S fashions, which
has decreed that they are to take the lead as stylish,
up-to-date suitings. Xow following very closely
to this line of wool fabrics come the less expensive
ones. A line of foreign and domestic wash goods.
There is no substitute for them during the period of
the year for which they are specially adapted, and
even the finest qualities are now sold at such reason
able prices that every lady can supply her wardrobe
with a choice variety of these seasonable and service
able materials widiout exceeding a moderate expendi
ture. Will mention the names of a few of tne lead
ers in wash fabrics, which we have now for your
inspection: Madras Cloths, Lace Stripe Novelties,
l Corded Novelties, Lappet Stripes, Orsrandies and
! Fine Ginghams. To match the Dress Goods we
tB lvi- n c!inrli nolljr'tinn nf Im-fK- fronminirc rrinctct-
ing of the newest creations in Braids, Laces, Em
broideries, Silks.Ribbon, Velvet Ribbons and Velvets.
Please call and see what we have to interest you.
1. e: . 'I ' '. : .
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( Olle-'ll lire
Win. :. Co
li.e ir.bi" of
. which jr"n-. s
city. Ma .
.. !!. L-imiireo
nr.'h. or j
.y a c ii- j
von can j
. i Well
' i petit"
, -A : ., in -a r
::;-ii;p;i,i'i!i. --ic:; :
a cni i.is oi a p- 1
r.ev.-r trie! !)"!
: Ii.- for i'm'-e j
. O'.-eii have '.:;! II j
i i ! , Imt urea !
o! tios a
banvii. mar-"in hi
; :'. .( '"'
-i from .?
win ii 1 1 iiinnr m iiiii tm n n i wn mm clsl
i I .
M '. I
l t! i
!.! to the
e-;--: ol the t 'ajM-Girardeau Co,
.as ol l ap- Girar::.-i'.!
-.uri. i. -ariii"' date t!-1
V ol i'e'a-uai y. i';'.'S.
i.-oiis having ciaiiii.- a'a,...
Always Newsy and Reliable.
Always Bright and Able.
Aiways Clean and Good.
ne M mi the Cheapest
for the illia.ii.'
Ti: ' ..exi
.- will l.
1 e ml'ul
v. i:o !.
II. I -
-.- .'. 1-1
-- I .
-. ii. :
y sinai i
uiv ni;.st eiie-'tivc la
mi -rt serious forms -;' liver and i"i:i
ach troaoles. i in-y nil
a-id li'-adaclie ;.ad
Win. i !. oerv- r.
hi lr;e r. A. Kov liie.i at the r.'s:
iler.ee of his son-in-hr.v. .jo.-epli I'iynn.
in tiiis ci'y last ni"ht. Deceased iva
overei"iily years old.
Our merchants aiv "-cttin-r in their
new snrin" "oods. but with tine or tv.o
exceptions 1 hey are saving nothing j i.;.
about it. ; r
There are some people in this city ' l oil
who are able button stingy to pay for i Deiuncra
a telepiionc. but tin
to use other people
ill'l ) v' 1
Sir. A i
id. tain d
both in '.
' I I
One i'i or..
o i ;in I .:- . . in e'l
a patent or. a 'nil!
i.i iy car"
N'oi v. itiistandn.;
this inornia-j a 1;
old.est citizens att
.iade Wiiliatii 1'. Kaiiuey.
ope v. ill be a candidate tor
a to the ojlice of Coanty
lie is the tii-st man the
s 'nave been able to elect for
heck several years ami the o-Her element
; of the party in the county will lie for
Mr. ilo'i' for a .-eeom! nomination.
II 'aria.' hiiii a ::ic-' siin; i.f
e.-.- a rel to p -I- money, lie ha- a'readj been oibred
aii-si(.n of Pe -f .'. M u i for t!.e i'ate;il-ri"h'. in Frara-e.
Salve. W. P. bat he v.iil a e-r.-at deal more!
, than that out of ii when it i- put on j
e eohl weather the market. Milliard players pro-j
number of our aouuee it tn i-st iiiiiii: ye. ior - I ,. m.
d th" funeral of purpose for which it is intended. I i-v ;i. 1
! '. i ! i
.e,l for :
... ; : a"
on rocK liaseiuei.i
bv ealliti-' on the
:ii in ' r.a f and
at lV'iMii. Mo.
court hoa-e. 1 ri"k
.! eoicity olVce baild
istructiii'i iron fer.c
iroand court i ; na re.
on may be obtained
r.rdersieaed at lien-
Daily, iizlac'W Suy.
..$too ( ?Ia::s $3.00
Daily. ILToot Sunday,
.r , A 7 :;:. KJ.DO
car;day EdiUcij. 36 tc 60 pO'-a,
sJ'.oo ( Months
. Mcnths.. ..$. 00
If vim are bilious, try I'r. ''' r
Little Wide Awake I'ills. you will lind ! It is too much to have to scratch
tbom iust what vou want. Trv a free j for a liv in-and for ivlicfalso. Hunt's
"sample. They do not "-ripe. Sold at
M. Maple Willson's drusr stoiv.
While the saloons were running w'ule
open iii .lacksou the Cape Mn-wi ry
sent only one wa"n load to beer a
week to that town. Now a wa"on load
"-oes out every day. The behind the
door business must Ik.- "ioii.
The Cajie (iirar.leau Muildin A.
Loan Association calls in all uu
nleib'cd shares of the fourth scries on
which eihtv-seven dollars have been . ;lls.,
paid in since ls!H. The shareholders i): -,s". salt rheum, eczema and all
receive one hundivd and thirty-o;n- 1 aff,vtions of the skin. It never fails,
dollars 0:1 each share. Wm. II. Coerver.
Mrs. Mader is now ofierir"- her en When you want a lire lunch call on
lire sbK'k of winter manner;, ai .uie.w- . ,,. ii.,..s at th" Arcade restauran
for ladies to secure harirains in
cure will not help you in the former
! ea -e. but will sure cure Itch. Tetter or
l ioiiirworiii. Itchinir I'iles. or it -osts
you nothing. Price ."0 cents. Kor sale
'by all druu'L'ists.
' ,--i 1 iction sale at Mrs. Me
The "Mieyci-t's I Jest Friend" is a
familiar name for IleWitt's Witch
: !!a .el Salve, always ready for emer-
"enei.'S. nue a specinc on nes. 0
instantly relieves and cures cuts.
I'.ovs knee tiants 'l-,. ."(' a
a pair at Tni". Mi ss. i
The pi'i-ieniinary trial of Walter!
lvell"V, chared with cutting ;adj
Held, took place in Justice Wil'er's j
( 'ourt this afternoon. The yomi-r man
j was bound over for 'lis appea ranee at
Circuit Court in the sum of three hun-
died dollars. irave bond and was J
Leon .1. Alln-rt is in St. Louis, lie
went up with Louis Houck on railroad
All bids shollldjie presented
'ii of March.
J.Mr.S M( I'lll-.KTilUS.
i.ist o! Mail NitttUT
CfiHUiiiin ui.calli"! tor in tiie pn.-l ulta-i- nl
ta' Girnnleaii, pnantv r Cbi Uiranl.-an,
Statf or Missnnri. mr tin- wi'.k i-mlii'K
Ki-liurarv , ls.'s.
!'.,.lt-.iff. V. M. Halii-T. I. A
c i 1 1 I'.-ot. . i-
s , ae'es I.UCI1 1 uesita .iii.i 1 .
Is-u.-.i in Seiai-Weeiciy Seciions. .
Tin: r.i'.sT -twick-a-w !-'.f:;
- i'Al'Klt IX AMKKICA:
Oi-aie'. .Mr, t lors
llp-VITs, 11. It.
,y i-educed price. M is - fi , , , solethin"- for little Jackson
ll 1:1:1 i t p tin a n at Mrs. Me
Crea's for S'e.
J. M. rullerton will yret his money
on his judirtnent against the Cotton
Melt llailroad lvfotv many insinths.
He will ret in the neisborhood of six
teen thousand dollars.
Toilet articles in endless variety at
I. Men Miller's.
I'roseeutinir Attorney Hines of
Jackson is in the city to-day. H
i cv.nie down to attend a case in Justice
Since the closing of the saloons in
i;iiiiiiir. Mii-s -'i-iii;i.'
1 1.!...-., l-r.-l
K!iv Frank an.l Aairv Karlcy. .Itin
ii,.. 1 l ir, Ki-hlr. Mrl li-
Krri.l.-riVh". Wntt.-r tiurr. M-Mcr Loui.;
.lacks'.a. samni'l l.nnsl.ini. -Ituni-s 1.
l.viii-ti.J VV. Moi.h. .M-.sshmliry
iinz-. Miss Alma Mwralt. .Inlu:
, Mit.-liill. Mr.-. Mamie Kcia-m. u. n.
' .rli.t.r Will SHIIIS. .MIS-VI..."
WatrciiiT. Miss Tillic
lVro;.s ralliii:,' lor any f thp above W-lUrs
will .lfat,r ay 'A'lvntibeii, "'
tkn list. If not l allml for within two wwks
thi-y will ! ;nt t-
Free Trial Subscription.
s..,;,l vonr name an., undress on a postal card and tret SKYKN COX
SK CTIVK ISSIM'S Of either the DAILY or the Wf.KKI.V GlK)KK-l)HMOCKAT
Conn, ire it with other panel-, and SKK Kl.U YOUUSKI.F how superior it it.
M-ntion'thNra,-and state whether you are interested in the Daily or
V-.'ceklv isue. Address
The Globe Printing Co.
ST. LOUIS, M.
he I?a.l I-cttcr umce ai
V. V. LKKCII P. M
are advocating water works.
How I nilcnaiit
it is to see a iieaiitifnl child's face
disti-ruivd with vile humors, burstino
lu-ou-'h the skn in pimples, blotches
and sores, and sadder still, when the
-jnil innocent are iaULr.ietl at
and twitted in all such cases Parents
should give them that hkI and pure
rented v. Sulphur Hitters, which wi!
.eh and drive out of the blood
papers in that town (every particle of ni.moi
L. F. RUFF.
Union Trust Huildin-r Corner 7th ;
Olive Street. ST. I.oriS. M.
Dr. H. L. Cunningham,
Fracjice iindted to diseases of the
Eue. Ear Nose and THroat
,.. Sturdivant Hank Huildinp;
Dr. P. W. Murton,
STURDIVANT BANK BUILDING.
iTklwhone Office, lot): House, i.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
e in the torr: a
r.:illinerv line. money.