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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
Be Democrat Printing Co.
11A THPMIS STaEET.
Fr.t-.r-w1 mi. I'.tiifflr at ;a.f liiraT'lt-ati.
Mo., as ceeun.l-cUM matter. i
SATURDAY, OCTOBER I-
F.ir !l' p;vs nMtivi-.
; c. thiik:-: srs
F.. Y. FLKNTCiK.
For Circuit iVrk.
( . F. 15CTTKX.
.losF.I'H KoKH LF.it.
I Vos-ciiting Attorney.
F.DW. O. HAY.
UK. A. I. DLOMKVKI;.
Common I 'lea Clerk.
F.DWAUn II. FXCF.LMANN.
I'rcsidiag -I mi.
County .luduv. I'i.-st Oi-tri-'t.
C. F. MFF.LLKll.
Couny .1 udue. S.-.-,.;j I : -r :-5 e .
F. H. M KYF.II.
THOMAS .1. I5AST.
For Sher: !T.
M. i'. KIH'CSF.Y.
K. S. MII.LF.it.
.IOHX C. SXIDFH.
For Circuit Cierk,
!. M. MOlKiAN.
For County Clerk,
For Common Pleas Clerk.
.IOHX YV. HOFFMAX.
For Prosecuting Attorney
Fir Probate .lm!'
A. X. DKCK.
For Presiding Judge,
For County Judge -First District.
JAMKS A. HOWF.IIS.
For 'ounty Judge---Second District,
A Ft;!" ST YOSHAiF.
DP.. .!. V. FFTHI'J.l .
The Republican ticket in this county
is made ui of good men an. I it will
Mire be elected.
The Democrat who wants to make a
fool of himself should go vim- to
Jodie Flynn quick.
The Republican Judicial convention
will be held in this city next Thurs
day to nominate a candidate for cir
Bill Paar. F.d Knglemann, 15en
Uockel and several other candidates
on the Republican ticket will have a
walk-over this year.
Fvery farmer in the county should
vote for the stock law. The adoption
ot the stock law will save the farmers
lots of trouble and lots of money.
The Democrats have petitioned the
county court to take all Populists off
the list as judges of election. The
Democrats hate the Populists worse
than the devil hates holy water.
Henry X. Phillips, one of the
leaders of the Democratic party in
Southeast Missouri, has quit the old
moss-baikers. He has reformed. Ho
has repented for his long years of sin
and will hereafter vote the Republican
ticket. While the lamp holds out to
burn the vilest sinner may return.
Nearly every farmer we have talked
to regarding the stock law favor the
aw. Cape Girardeau county will
be the banner county in Southeast
Missouri when the stock law is adopt
ed and the law will bt adopted at the
It is said that Kansas farmers have
organized a combination to buy up
50.000,000 bushels of wheat. They pro
pose to get control of as much of tfce
wheat in that state as possible the
yield for this year being estimated at
HO.000,000 bushels. And when this is
accomplished they propose to kave a
representative at the commercial cen
ter to buy and force the market dp, so
. that the home syndicate can dispose
of their holdings at a fair profit. Will
colored man of this city wrote to i
a r.emo ratic candidate the other day !
about as follows: -I have a pull. I 1
hive influence 1 am out for the
stuff ' The Democratic candidate an-'
-r m willinir t nut m, .,-
nlrt Hmvv tniii-h do vim want?" The !
..,.! ,1 -.w-nlMf or answered: "I want I
four hundred dollars in cash or a
hous; and lot with all taxes paid up. '
There is nothing small about this col
j ored voter but his jiatri'-tisir. for the
I Democratic party.
I lie v Versus The lli-u.
An iprenious Illinois scientist
announced a discovery that bids
1 to make irivat inroads on the
t?r to the already brilliant halo that
surrounds the cow. He is about io
! lerfect a process whereby egg:- iay le
made out of milk, and already there is
j marked depression in gallinae.-o.i-.cir-j
cles. If the report lie true, then indeed
is old dominicker V occupation
Ig.iiie. X ve theless it is a great tri
J UM;m for the cow. a steady and eon
j servaHve Ix-ast who has never cn ated
j any sensation in the world i xeejit on
j that memorable and historical occas
ion when she jumM-d over tin- moon.
MiiK e that s:ilta!orial exploit she has
moved quietly along, chewing the cud
of .v.vect or bitter fancy, according to
the weather, and fully engrossed in
her arduous duties as the wet nurse of
Between the cow and the hen, as is
jwcil known, there has long been a
j friendly rivalry for the liit place in
Itl.e alTections of mankind, but the new
i discovery makes the former absolute
i mistress of the situation. She has al
; ways had it in her power to cause a
j stringency in milkshakes by the sim
ple lint ettective method of refu-mg to
give down: and now, in usurping the
functions of the hen. she can. by the
same process, control the output of
ciixtard pie. omelet and eggnog. In-
: sun- other necessaries of life, and
thereby work a great hardship on the
j plain K-ojile. She therefore '.as it in
her power to become a tru.-t. a milk
and egg combine, and mav lie desfin-
eJ in due tim.- to receive the maledi
tions of the 'iercapiters'! and the ob
jurgations of the advocates of theusr-
truet. in ay. the cow is in imminent
danger of becoming an octopus, equal
in rapacity to the most slimmy cuttie
iisli that ever squirmed under the de
nunciations of a Populist convention
or writned under the vituperation of
the Hon. Colonel BilMone. If, by
the meddlesome discovery of the
prairie scientist, the cow should be
come a plutocrat with wr hoofs plant
ed on the toiling masses, that mis
chievous Jierson should receive the ex
ecrations of every initiative and refer-
endumist in the land.
In the halcyon days of the Colden
-ge wnen me pot-is were always sing-
I ing of "pastures and spring and milk-
fu! udders swelling," milk was used
as a libation to the muses, and it seems
to be a fitting thing after a lapse of
many centuries that the sH-i-ulative
a:;d meditative hen should dedicate
her simple lay to the cow. As for the
ultimate effect of the new discovery
upon Hiddy, it is not difficult to fore
s -e what that will Ik-. It will enable
her to enjoy a much needed rest, and
she will have little to do except to pur
sue the matutinal worn, in which em
ployment she will doubtless achieve
the success that always attends the
early bird. Her yolk will be easy and
her burden light, and beyond the ovu
lation necessary to supply the patent
incubator, her life-will In; pleasant and
void of excitement. The fact that the
country is full of oruithophagoiis cler
gymen, whom popular tradition cred
its with abnormal longing for chick
ens of the yellow-legged variety, may
jx-rhaps give her an occasional pang,
but on the whole her life will lie free
It is currently reported that the in
genious Illinois savant is not content
to rest on his laurels, but is already
in hot pursuit of an idea to make duck
eggs out of the milk of the sea cow.
Kansas City Journal.
II You Keep.
If you keep a horse, cow or dog,
send for Dr. Humphreys' Veterinary
Manual and learn about their treat
ment and cure. Mailed free. Address
Humphreys' Medicine Company. Wil
liams .V John Sts., New York.
I! educed Kates to si. I. outs.
The Cape Girardeau Iron Moun
tain Route, will sell tickets to St. fxiuis
and return, account of the Kxposition
and Fair as follows:
On each Tuesday until close of Kx
position one and one-third fare for
the round trip, tickets good for live
On each Thursday until elose of Kx
position, one fare ($4.40) for the
round trip, tickets good for three
n October 3rd only W.00 for the
round trip, tickets good for three
On October 2nd to Tth both inclusive
at one fare for the round trip, all tick
ets good for return October 10th.
Have Yod Had the tirlpi
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal yourjlungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
i hereby given that a meet-
in-of the stockholders f the Cape
Girardeau, Bloomfield & Southern,
Railway Company will take place at j
the office of said company in the city j
OI 1 aPe
T ., .1 .1 : .1.
..ti . l...iu... l-.tv, wis
o'clock p. m. for the
mittinsr to the said
stockholders the j
proposition of extending the
said railroad from Hrownwood
present northern terminus of said
road, ten mile
north of Z.aima fh
i?n; i- ... f....m
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I the present
outhern terminus to i
liioomtieia, anu turllier to sudiiui 10
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I v ortliwestei'
,-n Railway and the Mis-
proposition to issue $100,000 bonds on
its railroad and said roads to be ac
quired and purchased and to rescind
the resolution for the consolidation of
the Cajie Girardeau. DIoomlield Jk
Southern. Missouri Southeastern and
Diownwood & Northwestern Railways,
adopted by the Stockholders at a meet
ing held heretofore and also to tran
sact such othwr business as may come
liet'ore said meeting
Dax'i. s. too
A .Medical Hook.
A meiiical book with the full de
scription of all diseases and their
treatment, by F. Humphreys, M. D.,
mailed free on request. Humiihreys'
Medicine Co., Cor. Williams .n: John
Sts.. New York.
The Tolfdn Weekly Klade.
intelligent family nieds
addition to their local paper, a
national weekly. The gn-at.-sl and
most widely known general family
newspaper is the Toledo Weekly Blade.
For thirty years it ha licen a regular
visitor in every part of the Union and
is well known in almost every one of
the 70,0110 postoftlces in the country.
It is edited with reference to a national
circulation. It is a republican paper,
but jieople of all polities take it. be
cause of its honesty and fairness in
the discussion of all public questions.
It is the favorite family paper, with
something for every member of the
household. Serial storks, poetry,
w'.t and humor: th household depart
ment, (iiest in the world). Yonr.g
Folks, Suml.-iy School I-esson?. Tal
n.av's Sermons, the Farmstead, the
Question Hureau ( which answers ques
tions for siib.-cribcrs). the News of
the week in a complete form, and other
special features. SH-eiinen copies
gladly sent on application, and if you
will send us a list of addresses, we
will mail a copy to each. Only 1 a
year. If you wish to raise a club,
write for terms.
Address. THK BLADK,
Hunt's I.lshtninx Oil
Cures Catarrh, Neuralgia. Sprains
Cramp Colic, Diarrhoea. 'uis. Head
ache. Rheumatism. Good for mau
and ',cast. Failing, money refunded,
l.eal K.Mtatt For Sale.
Two lots in the town of Stroder
ville, on one of which is a fairly good
Kleven acres of timbered land on
F.ighty acres of timbered land with
in three miles of F.gypt Mills.
Forty acres, of timlx-red land about
two and a half miles of Kgypt Mills
Will be sold cheap for cash or part
cash and balamv good pae!
For further particulars and de
scription of land call on
Rkx H. Adams.
DkmiX'KAT office. Cam- Girardeau,
ICuckleii'tt Armea sialve.
The best salve inthe world for cut.,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapjeu hands,
chilblains, corns. and all skin erup
tions. and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is gnaranteedto give
erfeet satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents tier box. For sale at
W. C Hainan and all Drug Stores.
Since La Grippe has been prevalent
in this country, there- has been found
but one Specific, Dr Humphreys.
,77". For sale by all druggists.
How -4uipetrnt uiHlt-rgrii'lHateii can became
lawful physician-: dentists, mhw. 1x-k
box .Vii, Cnicajco
C"OR SALE A
Smith Premier Xo.
nlv abont o
Diontli ami is a good as new
apply at the Dmo kat office
F R SALE A nice two story brick residence,
located on one of the liest residence streets
in the city. Perfect title. Forrnrther I'Srtir
niarg calf at this office.
FOU SALE The t'nrnitnre of a fullv einip)ied
Boarding House or twelve rooms" centrally
located. Applv to H. S. Dean.
WANTEI A middle aired lady to do cook
ins for fifteen or twenty men. Wages,
twelve dollars ier month. Lady will have
bel. Apply at residence on Good" f lpe street
this city between 4 and 7 p. m.
W. W. N'OKJiAN.
SOLICITORS WANTED LADIES OR
Gentlemen, for our complete set of Juvenile
Books for the holidays. Each set has four books
graded for little ones to grown np folks. Each
book charming, delightful, cantivatinir. Pricea
range from ." to Large hooks, each
overflowing with happytillustrations. Tremen
dous sellers. Nothing like them. Fourmonths
golden harvest for energetic workers. Credit
given. Freight pail. Biggest commissions.
Out tit with samples of all fonr hooks free
Send Twelve 2 cent stamps for paving part onlv
of the postage alone. Drop all trash and clear
SOU a month with our exclusive Juveniles.
THE SATIOXAL BOOK CONCERN, JUVEN
ILE DEP1 ., CHICAGO.
Ordsr Of Publication."
STATK OF MISSOURI.
VCNtv OF CAPK uiKAfiDEAr, fr"
Adjourned August Term. 1WS.
j the tWtv t ourt f ,.iid t.ouutv.
on the sixth day of Sept-rnber, 1SW,
ttie following, anion"
ings were held, viz:
StocK Law, i-tition pivsent-d for
r.straininj: animals. Klec? ion Ordered
v. ,' : . . , , - -. i
. .NA: 1 l""lyu a,..:u.on M'd
i f uan ""- "J8ii Mouse nom-
-. v v firarueau,
I asking the court to cause to be sul
: mitted to the qualified voters
I -ounty, at the next genera! .-lection
, county, tr.e provisions oi an
iiie oeuerai .vssemiuv il ttie rstateoij
: .Missouri as provided for in Article 2.
Chanter .V I Vi-isfil St:itnt.. ..f ih
! -State of Missouri of IS., so far as
" same m
.... 1... ., .
),. ra inioV LrMiiles.
1 running at lare: and the Court bein
I . . .1 ..... -
auwseu oi anu concerning
. " o n Z,. ' ,hJ,
; the matters and
unngs set lortn in
tion of restraining Horse
. ... . . . , , ,
fcT'Jt': . , ne' (V':
7., t V :. o..-...- ...
Tmt i. , "rT, lT tri
Uubm ttcd to the qualitied voters of the;
County of ape (.irardeau. state 'f :
Missouri, at the next general election. I
to be held on the lirst Tuesday after j
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the first Monday
1 iulic fiinu in- n I mi.-u .11 1'lllltl.i.
I . . Ul.M ... . . 1 -i . .- ..
i each ballot voted at ?aid election the
folloming sentences to:wit: "for
enforcing the law restraining Horses,
Mules. Asses, ( attle. .swine. Sheep
and Goats from running at large
I'imnlmi tit I 1 1-. n -
Against enforcing the law restraining
Horses. Males. Asses. Cattle. Swine,
Shop and Goats from running at
large." ( F.rase the clause you do not
favor.) And the Judges and Clerks
of said election in making returns
hereon and in casting up the result
hereof le in all things governed by
the laws applicable to general clec-
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lions, .iiiu ii is luriner oruereu ov
the Court that notice be given that!
j such vote will be
taken as aforesaid!
by pubhsh.ng a certihed c.py of this
oruer.nthe C upe t.irardeau DkMo-
C RAT, a newspaper published m said
county, as the law in such cases ill-
r;'ts. and that the sheriff of said
county, at least twenty days before
said election .shall cause a copy of
this order to be printed and posted up
at three of the most public places in
each of the townships of said county.
STATK OK MISSOi.'RI,
COI'.VTY OF UAi'K GIKAKDKAC. f
I. William Paar. Clerk of the
County Court, in and for said County,
hereby certify the above and foregoing
to be a true copy of the pro"eedings
of our said county court, on the day
and year above written, as the same
apiears of record in my office.
IX Tksti.Mo.ny Wukkkof. I have
. hereunto set my hand and
affixed the seal of said
Court, atoftiiv in Jackson,
the 22nd day of September,
Clerk County Court.
Notice of Election.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance to an order of the county
court of Cape Girardeau county,
Missouri, made on the 27th day of
Sciuemlier A. D. 1!M, which order is
duly entered of record among the
proceedings of said court, that there
will be submitted to the qualitied vo
ters of said county at the general
election to be held therein on the Hth
day of November A. D. ISDN, a pro
ositionto borrow the sum of 1.).ihim.00
and to issue the bonds of said county
for said sum for the purpose of re
modeling and enlarging the court
ln.use of said county situate in the
city of Jackson.' Missouri, or to build
additional olticc rooms to the same:
which bonds shall 1m- payable at the
option of said county after one year
from date of issue and due in live
years after thi- date of issue, and
shall liear five per cent interest jier
annum payable semi-annually: and
for the payment of the interest on
the said bonds and for the creation of
a sinking fund for the paymer.t of the
principal thereof that an annual tax
of ten cents on the (Hl.oo valuation
be levied on the assessed and equal
ized valuation of all the property
made taxable by law in said county
each year until the said debt lie liqui
dated. That in order to submit the
said proposition to the qualitied
voters of said county at said election
the said county court ordered that all
omciai oanots voteu at tne said gen
eral election in said county should
have written or printed thereon the
words "Appropriation of $l."i,(K)0JHl
Tor the purpose of enlarging the court
house, Yes." and also the words
"Appropriation of $.",OOO.IM) for the
purpose of enlarging the court house,
No,'" the voter erasing the clause he
does not favor. That the said elec
tion should be conducted in the -same
manner, at the same time and places
and the returns thereof made to the
county clerk and the vote counted in
all respects the same as in elections
lor State anu county officers at the
said general election: and if a ma
jority of two-thirds of the qualitied
voters of said county votin-r at the
said election vote in favorof incurring
the said indebtedness the said county
court shall issue the bonds of said
county to the said amount for the
purpose aforesaid. And the said
court further ordered that at least 20
days notice of the said election lie
given by publication in the Cape
Girardeau Dkmocrat. CDg?'l
State of Missouri. M jfSgjj (
County of Cape Girardeau, - ss'
I. William Paar, clerk of the
county court of (.ape Girardeau
county. Missouri, hereby certify the
aforesaid orders were duly made and
entered of record by the said court
on the day and date aforesaid.
ltness my hand and
the seal of said court this
the .1th day of October
A. D. 1W.J iHSJcaDQ
WILLIAM PA AK.
Clerk County Court.
Mallard's Snow I.lacmcnt.
If you have a terrible pain in the
small of the back, set a bottle of
Snow Linement It will positively
cure it and at once. Try it and rec
omend it to your friends. Sold at
Wilson's drug store.
Ordinance No. 595. ;
I An Ordinance providing for the
Trading and graveling of Gcod Hope i
..ireet between Sprigg ami Spanish
i streets in the city of Cape Girardeau, !
"VUI.'I?L'A Tl... I'lt,- I . tin. .11 ..f
.1 11 ..... . ill. vivt v u'iik ii y 1 hue
i! other I"-d-,thet.ityof Cape Girardeau, Missouri
inn tin. Il!h rinc of .Turn. 1SS in n.tr.
ular cession declared by resolution
that it was mcessary to grade and
rravel Good Hope street from Sprigg
to Spanish street in said citv: and
; WhKKKASi .Said resolution was
nublisned jn tht. DKMOCKAT. a news-
i pajer doing the city printing, for t.vo
! .nkiiiuiiiliru H'i.ir .mil n . . n.m... .
, trance having been hied with the lty
' 'lerk by the resident owners of prop-
i ...... ..n -nifl Kll-r.t liulii til tuvurinn
i for such proposed improvement with
in ten days alter the publication
ur. ii v.iu-A...r UJ UIC ..Mil
Hk IT OHDA1XKD by tne Council of
SKCTION 1. That portion of Good
Hope street from Sprigg street to
Spanish street is hereby required to
i l 4 "'-ding to the established
" I grade thereof and when thus
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i thoroughly settled the same to lie de-
.... .ri.i.1.. un.l , I... . ... .1 V 1 .
1 w-nnined by the Street and Wharf
('..mm tl..i ...i.l . . . J . .
,r(im s . t
excepting Uir.t part
.. f,.', ,
vfii.iu.l.v. . o iii iiuiiu nude sireei
to Spanish street.
part of said Good Hope
sl.v-et irom ty, igg stret t to Suanish
! street between the street car trucks and
shall be graveied thirt--seven and
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.iiiir.. ..-niini.ii.i-ivi I.T-l III IU Lli ailU
. .' . , ,. c
.rwdhvA shall f0rtyight iw," feet
iA The gravel to be usVd shall be
1 ,,f 1 .,:,.. ..u: ,i
1 . . . II
al of the Street Commissioner.
SUCTION 2. The City F.ngineer is
hereby requested to make estimate of
the cost of the work herein and hie
the same with the City Cierk. and if
the same shall be approved by the
council the city clerk shall thereupon
advertise for proposals for graveling
said portion f Good Hope street in
the manner and with the material as
provided by this and existing ordi
nances. The cost of said grading
leiii lu. n.i.i 1,,. ii,.,
tist,meot 's haI1 bJe in the H3ual f
Lk. ,a(ll in8ertion to l(e at K.ast
I ,,a u.fore thl. tme adverti.su, fuP
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accepted the city shall enter into i-on-
tract with the successful bidder for
said work, subject to all the con
ditions, iimitaions, stipulations and
bond now required by this and exist
ing ordinances: and if no bid is ac
cepted, the City Council may. by res
olution, instruct the city clerk "to re
advertise as in the first instance.
If said work be constructed by con
tract or otherwise, the cost of gravel
ing shall lie apportioned, assessed,
taxed and collected as is now provided
by ordinance, and the duties of the
City Clerk, City F.nginivr and Street
Commissioner in relation thereto shall
I in conformity therewith.
SUCTION A I his ordimi
be in force and taki
after its passage.
Passed by the Council. Inly s. lsis.
WlLXJAM H. COKRVER,
President of the Council.
. Approved this 2-V.h day of
-: skal. : "uiy. 1 ww.
' William H. Coerver,
Geo. F CHAPl'KLL. City Clerk.
Ordinance Io. 598.
An Ordinance defining Hill Posters
and providing for licensing same and
fixing a penalty for its violation.
lie it ordained by the Council of the
ity of t ap Girardeau. Missouri, as
section- i. hill poster dkfixkd.
Whoever shall, in this city, for pay.
prolit or compensation, engage in the
business or occupation of posting in
public places, any advertisements,
notices, show bills or other printed or
written matter designed to advertise
any occupation, employment or busi
ness, is hereby declared to lie a bill
Section 2. licexsk. how obtain
ed. No person shall act as a bill
poster, as delined in section one of
this ordinance, within the limits of
this city, without first procuring a
license as a bill poster from the city
clerk of this city, which license rhall
be issued in form and manner as re
quired for licenses issued under -ordinance
No. .V4, approved May 27. 1!7,
being an ordinance amending ardi
nance No'. 4!." approved June 2.
iiu.iuu .. MUMSE TAX. There
shall be levied and collected upon
every license issued under this ordi
nance and before the same shall lie
delivered, a license tax of ten ($1(MK)
dollars per year, and no license shall
be issued for a term less than one
Section 4. liable as bill poster.
No erson shall ask, demand or re
ceive, either directly or indirectly,
any pay or compensation for posting
in public places within this city, any
advertisements, notices, show bills
or other printed or written matter tin
less iich person shall have first taken
out a license as a hill poster as pro
vided in this ordinance.
section.!, penalty for viola-1
Tiox. Any jH'rson who shall violate
any provision of this ordinance shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shall be
lined not less than ten (10.(X) dollars
nor more man one hundred (100.1)0)
Section k. timeoktakixc effect.
1 his ordinance shall take effect and
be m force from and after its rmssa.re
Passed by the Council Angust 1", 1HSW
William H. Coerver.
President of the Council
Approved this Iti day of August.
WlMJAM. H. ('ORRVKK.
iKO. K. t 'HAPPKLL.
Werkmt Woman Home Asitorln
tlon. 21 S. Peoria St.. Chicago, 111.,
Jan. 11, 189ti.
Our Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley 's Honey 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. I has never
ye disappointed us. Wishingyou all
possible success, sincerely yours,
Laura "G. Fix on, Mgr. W." H. Coer
baa demonstrated tea tiuraaand
tinea thai it is almost imlallibla
imcnlaritiee and derangements.
It baa become tbe leading- remedy
for this claaa ot troubles. It exerts
s wonderfully healing-, strengthen
ing and eootbinf influence epos
the menstrual orfans. It cares
"whites" and fallinc of the womb.
It stops flooding and telieres so-
pressed and painful manttmatlon.
For Change of Life it is the best
medicine made. It is beneficial
daring pregnancy, sad belpe to
bnng children into homes barren
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, strengthens the whole sys
tem. This great remedy is offered
to all aOieted women. Why will
any woman suffer another minute
with certain relief within reach f
Wine of Cardni only oosts fl.OO per
bo ttie at your drag stors.
idnt Cc, ClaUaneoy, Ttn.
Be. 1. W. SMITH. Camden, t. C, fit:
-mi wits ates Wins st CarsiH at beaM
far telling st the srssib and It atlrsry
CUBES NOTHING 8UT PilES.f
A SURE and CERTAIN CURE I
1 known for !5 years as the
I BEST REMEDY for ?i.LE3.
SOLD BY ALL DKrGGISU.
i t7 Si:EA2BSCH KZ3. CO., CI. LCTO.
$100 in Gold
Would be ((nsid'-red smull suci t. j :.y
for an absolute cure for ItrhiiigPih-s.
Eezrma.Salt Khrum, Ttttt r, Pinip!es, r
other eruptive and irritating skin diseases
Pit. Hebka's I"si;oin will positively rure
t U-se diseases it ni' -ney r. f updcd.Physi'.'i
an and hospitals use Dr.Hebra's L'ngoiiL
Tin y say it will cure 90 out i.f 100 cases.
I'rire 50 t ents. Sample sufficient to give
ivlief ,for 4 cents in stamps.
THE O.C.BITTX ER CO., TOLEDO, O.
On ch Bos.
KALAMAZOO CORSET CO.,
L. F. KLOSTERMAXX.
F. P. STEVENS PROP.
The very best bread baked every
dry and delivered to customers in
any part of the city.
Weddlno Cakes a Specialty
104 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, Mo
F. W. VOGT,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire new atwk tv. 1 .. . i -
beat .Cooking snd hestings toves In toe market.
All kinds of Job Work done in tbe best maonef
and at moderate prices .
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