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For iMiforciiiir tlie law p'-rtrainittz 'lorsps,
Male. Assim. Clttlf. iwii-, SW an 1 Uoatf
from running h la--'.
Affaint eiif-ircin-: tin lax r-trai;iiiiic !'!,,
Millets, Asses. Cattle, Swine, .Siie.-ji a i-l Ut-t
from ru-imii,.- at lar-9.
(Kra3 tli;- l.'Ume yoa il uot la.- ir.)
AwMpriiiMo:! of $11,1110.0:1 for tlii- i-ir . o f
-ilargin:; td-.i C'lurt H-a? YES.
Apvr.iriatiri of -ir,-j.a) Tor tin- smrji'W or
o:ilar':.n th Conn lloui"? NO.
iKrste tlie Clause yon lo not i:n.(r.)
People's Party picket
Fnv .!ulif of Snjireini- ''.:rt lon
IOHX M. Mel AM..
For .1 uil-iv of Supivim- Court -short
SIMKOX A. IIAXUV,
Sii)crintenik'nt of Public .Srhoids:
Uailroatl and Warehouse Commis
sioner: JOHN K. SMITH.
For Kere.sent;itive in fun-Tress:
For State Senator:
Evctrytblns ot Loral Form T.
Found That is of Inter.:.
1 little Kddie" Doyhywon the ra-e on Themis street above the court house
be tin- TiwrvLw t Jcle track, yesterday is spoken of by visitors to the city as
in the oi-v's raCS Eddie i-1 'he liest of one of tilt" V:-ttiet streets to ImilJ un
For .ludjru of the Circuit Court:
For Presiding' Judge of the County
For Judge O? the County Court First
For Judjre of the County Court Sec
For .fudjre of Probate:
For Recorder of Deeds.
For Cleric of the Circuit Court:
For ( 'lerk of the Countv Court:
For Proseruthijr Attorney:
For Collector of the Revenue:
l r -Sheriff:
Fur County Treasurer:
For enforcing the law restrainim HoraeR,
Males, Asses, c attle, .Swine Mieer ami Goats
from running at larxe.
Against enforcing the law resrainin Horses,
Mules, AfcSt-s, Cattle, Swine. Sheep ami Goats
Irom ruimin-' at Isr-re.
(Krase the clause yon do not favor. y
Appropriation of 91.-i.m.oii for tin- pnrose of
-ularin;: the court lionae Yet.
Appropriation of il.'i.'oi.iw for tle purpose ol
enlarging tire court house. Xo.
(F.rase th clause you do not favir.'
STATE OF MISSOURI 1
t ounty of C ipj Girardeau. )
I, William 1 'aar, ( lerk of the Count y
Court within and lor the County and
Stat.j aforesaid, hereby certify that
the fire-roin.r lists contain the nam -
of all the candidates for the respective
offices named to bi voted for in Ca-ie
(.'iranlt-au county. Missouri, at the
general election to Ij held on Tuesday
The Sth day of November, to
ri'ther with the names of the political
parties by which said candidates hav
iu.,.n nmiiinated. as the same have born
ii-rtilied to me by the Secretary of State
an.l the various political parties 01
this County and of the Townships
therein, and are now on tile in my
o!lice: said lists also contain clauses
to Ik voted on in relation to stock law
and appropriation for enlaijring
Court House, as ordered by the County
Court of Cape Cirar.lean County. Mi-
. Willies- niv hand and
-Vskm '- official seal. Done at office
' in the Citv of Jackson, this
i'th day of K tober, W.
William Pa ah.
Clerk of the County Court.
A Strong Fortification.
Fortify the body against disease
by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso
lute cure for sick headache, dys
pepsia, sour stomach; malaria,
constipation, jaundice, bilious
ness and all kindred troubles.
"The Fly-Wheel of Life"
Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are
the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever
be grateful for the accident that
brought them to my notice. I feel
as if I had a new lease of life.
LFairleigh, Platte Cannon, CoL
Tutt's Liver Pills
The .lacksoti Herald tells sul,
seribcrs: "Vou can pay your sub
scription in wood, sor.-rhuui. potatoes,
corn, wheat, oats or any old thin--. r
People who want a fairer offer than
that must Ik- very hard to plea.-.-.
The jiood brother who presides over
the destinies of the Jacks. 1; Ca?h
liook doubtless means n--l). ,; !;.
should take more pains to inform
himself on current events le-fo:-.- h
advertises his ignorance. The !i!or
of the Cape. Girardeau Di:;P it'KAT lias
not lieea left tiff the list of election
judges this year, and he will lie 0:1 ;
hand to see that McGuire'.i crowd do j
not have a chance to ret ir. any of 1
their dirty work in his precinct.
Moments are useless if trilled avvayf J
iiad they are dan'-eroiisiv wasted i 1
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cou-h Cure would brin im
mediate relief. W. H. Coerver.
The cry U ooV'ii raised that a ';;::!;
takes a great 'Jal of money O'.it of a
anything: like the amOi'fl! the patrons
of the circus spend for oti.er third's.
On a day like Saturday when lbi town
is tilled with people, those who spend
lifty cents for a circus ticket, spend a
couple of dollars, and probably more,
which finds its way into the cash
drawers of the business men of the
city. If one could strike a balance
he would find that by reason of the
circus beinjr here much more money is
left in town than is taken out of it.
Runninj- sores, indolent ulcei'a and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may becuredhy using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. W. H. Coerver.
Uenton Record: "J. W. Taylor,
deputy sheriff of Cape county spent a
couple of days here this week. Mr.
Taylor unearthed the first conclusive
evidence of the cattle steai-r gang
aud eecrureJ the conviction of Burnes
and Jone, now doing time at Jeffer
The BurilO;.' j'5e("ord aays: 'Perhaps
of the greatest "iVrei-t of any cases
before this court f- ost people is the
cattle stealing eases. The grand jury
hr.s been busy in vestig.1ng them most
of the week, but none !."".' jone to
trial up to the time this paj-e goes to
press. Probably our next yfMe can
note the Gnal breaking up and -nish-ment-
of such as are guilty of This
gang of law-breakers. :"
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Try a fix.
sample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
Hon. Ceorge M. Miley, Republican
candidate for Congress, accompanied
by Col. G. C. Thilenius. Ed. U. Er.
gelmann. C. F. Retten, lien Gockel,
id'. Hayes and -fudge Uartels left here
this- morning to make a trip over the
G. R. Ulrich, the well-known trav
eling man writes from Fuiton, Mo.,
that his house has given him back his
oid territory and his friends may ex
pect a call from him about December
1st. Mr. Ulrich's friend, of whom
there are a host in this section, will
lie glad to see his smiling face again
and will rejoice to shake hands with
him once more.
Dr. Simmons" Sursaparilla effect
ually aids weak, impaired and debili
attod organs of both sexes, ft action
is quick and lasting. Fifty cents and
A sixteen year old boy named
Saves, and who claims to Ik an or
phan, came down here from St. Louis
on a shanty boat with the man who
was engaged in selling soap on the
streets last week. The boy claimed
that the man abused him and on this
account he left him. He called at the
Prescott House, told his story, en
listed the sympathy of Rudy Huhn,
and the latter will try to lind him a
Turkeys that know their business
have already commenced to roost
high at night in anticipation of the
efforts that will lie made to allure
them with dainty food. Thanksgiving
Day will soon lie here and the fowls
are sleeping with one eye oen.
Certainly you don't want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow skin and loss of ap
petite. You have never tried De
Witt's Little Early Risers for these
complaints or you would have been
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. Wm. H. Coerver.
Hon. George M. Miley, Republican
candidate for Congress was in the city
today and a guest of the Prescott
House. Mr. Miley is not making
much talk about what he is doing bnt
nevertheless he is making a very
effective canvass. The gentleman is
one who cannot help making friends
wherever he goes, as he possesses
those elements of popularity which
attract people. Mr. Miley addressed
the people of Egypt Mills at 1:30 this
afternoon, and will speak at Poca
hontas tonight. On the 2!th the peo
ple of this city will have a chance to
all amateurs in Southeast Miwiouri.
1 Riagling I'l'OS. have been playing
ia rather hard Ittjk recently. At Mai
doff "tiicy lost a valuable white ele.
piiant. t'-ving to some eju-elessness
on i'i ;::ti t '.: the clephrmr'.- k.-i j.vi
the -v.:- hi which tile iiaima! was bcir.
1110 '! took iii-e and the ivnim.i! va
.r.eily b-.in-.--il :efore being rescued
tv. he died of his injuries. The
f;r i.il took place at Maiden.
., "'i'- ;h is an casv thing 10 en :f
:.-i ... time. It is daayeroiis to neg
:::: for any i-.-i.-jth of time. Dr.
i imiis't'ouiii Syrupis guaranteed,
y cents a bottle. For sale bv all
' that they have sten anywhere. Some
beautiful houses already ornament the
, street, but there is room for many
-more and it would be well if some of
the oid landmarks could be torn down
and modern residences stibstil'.iti d for
A train of Mover.- passed through
the city today and iti one of the wag
ons were crowded fourteen children.
Inquiry was made and it was learned
that th.-y all belonged to one family.
'fabler's Buckeye Pile Ointmeii.
gives instant relief. It allays imiams
mation and heals. It is prompt in its
niidw.iy at the Cairo street fair ; iu-tion and positive in its effect. It it
have is.-en of all exceptional! v 1 1' .. kind th-i? em-..s M-iilwut n-.ti,
;i-li and disgusting character. ! di.-comfor
.gir.g from what the Cairo pajers 1 1','n,.v-Ul''
Th. board of diivctors Col. S.
s T-l cents.
or piles only
. I. lien Mi";
mai::iged the fair are gentlemen 1 re-election as president of the Cotton
lown standing and respectability
the fairest infeivnce is that a
.-: of '.lisgustiiij featuivs they
not contemplate were wrung in on
iiifin by the midway fakirs. Hut they
wi!i have their eyes open riext time.
Small pivt'n-iitiona Often prevent
great mischiefs. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are very small pills in size, but
ar:- most effective in preventing the
;.i0vt serious forma of liver and stom
ach ' 'cubles. They cure constipation
and headache and regulate the lxw
els. Win. H. Coerver.
The residents if that portion of the
city known as Hurt- rig desire it to lie
plainly understood that they were
very much in the pusb On circus day.
Ueer tiowed like water ift that end of
town and it refreshed hundreds of dry
and thirsty gullets. Sandwiches were
at a premium, and the man who had a
supply of "winnies" and a tot of
bread on hand reaped a harvest of
dimes. The "Haarrigite" was strictly
in evidence on Saturday.
G. li. Ulrich. of wham mention was!
made yesterday, will be here on Xo
vember 1st instead of December 1st,
as stated yesterday. Mr. Ulrich is
representing the Steinwender-Stoffre-gen
Coffee Co., of St. Louis.
Rich, Red and Pure Blood can be
had by using Dr. Simmons' Sarsapa
rilla. Only 50 cents per bottle and "l.
full doc for an adult.
The voter v.hp votes the Republican
ticket wili nw-J no v"nt'il this year.
The ticket will be a single sheet and
all the voter will have to do when he
goes in the booth will be 10 fold up
his Republican ticket and hand it to
the receiving judge to h phwt-I io the
ballot box. Don't monkey w?:U a
1 he Missouri authcT- ties are on tin.
look jut -for a young- man named
Ernest' Staten who ki'l-d his brother
in a quaVivl over the possession of a
shot gun.- The killing took place near
Ava, III., and the young -nan is be
lieved to ha-Vo crossod the -iver into
he !ti,:..n'. Ciiili Tonic is peculiar
ly : ,
There is ;: movement on foot to
open a road tine hundred feet wide
from the iiloomlield road it; the Gor
donville read across the west end of
Mrs. Sophia Painter's farm in thu
western part of the city.
Wo are informed that there is a
movement on foot to organize a big
lumber company in this city. A big
saw mill man was here this week con
sulting w ith a number of our business
men about organizing a stock com
pany to handle lumber on a large
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
libers. Sold by W. If. Coerver. It
The Di:xio( KAT office has the con
tract to print the election tickets for
this county. There will be six differ
ent tickets printed and it will require
seventy-eight thousand tickets to
make the n-fjuir.id number.
15. F. Davis, Republican candidate
for circuit judge, left today to vi-it
the lower counties. Mr. Davis will
sec. personally, the leading men of
both parties in the different counties
in this circuit. He is a man who will
make friends wherever he goes.
What is it? A cure for Cough,
Colds, Croup. Whooping Congo,
Hoarseness. Sore-- Throat, and all
Bronehiai Affections of the Throat,
Chest and Lungs. 50 doses for M
cents. Money refunded if it fails to
give satisfaction: we mean Dr. Sim
mons' Cough Syrup. For sale by all
Candidates for the county offices are
getting a rapid move on themselves
and are making things warm for the
voter. The dear people, inexpressibly
dear at this particular time, are bing
besieged on all sides by the festive
candidate who wants their vote. All
sorts of promises are being made and
Henry A. Astholz Notary Public of
fiee opposite St. Charles Hotel.
to uersons in enfeeble,!
invt'bis. It assists di-
is a perfect stivngthewr
. Satisfaction or money iv
P'.il, up in both tasteless and
5 -cent .size.
llelt railroad, and Edwin Gould has
been elected that office. Vale Fordyce.
Don't forget If you use Putnam
Fa'icks Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
fibers. Sold by W. H. Coerver. It
Thos. Freeman, who has charge c.f
the telephone office at Egypt Mills w-s
in the city today.
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties" of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
ties free. Satisfaction or money re
unded. For sale by alld uggists.
A fine boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Beck, Monday. The youngster
has a good voice and his lung sseem
to be in excellent order.
Evil after effects never follow the
use of Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chil
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
guarantee it. J
Bailard's Snow Liniment. There is
no pain it will not relieve, no swelling
it will not srbdue, no wound it will
not heal, it will cure frost bites,
chilblains, and corns. 25 and 50 cent;.
T. Ben Miller.
Hon. Georga M. Miley, Republican
candidate for Congress wili speak
at the court house Saturday night.
Mr. Miley is an orator and every
body should hear him.
The 'Dieycllst'o Best Friend" is a
familiar nafrt- for DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, aii-ys ready for emer
gencies. While a s;riiie t(" piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of the skin. It never f:iils.
Win. H. Coerver.
A man was moved last night by the
pieading of members of the Salvation
army to renounce his evil ways and
give his heart to the Savior. He
made a very energetic and emphatic
talk to the assembled crowd and stated
that he had cut loose from the devil
and his ways and henceforth would
live a solier, righteous and godly hfe.
His intentions were no doubt good and
the man was sincere, but old habits
were too strong and as soon as tho
meeting was over the convert went
down the street, walked into a saloon
and imbibed freely of corn juice,
About an hour after the meeting he
was seen leaning up against a tele
graph pole singing in a low voice
'Oh I you must be a lover of the Lord. ''
KIDNEY DISEASES are the mos
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cure i- a guaranteed remedy or money
Art yo.i lacking in strength ami
energy. -Vf" you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billions, constipated anil
generally run down in health. If so.
your iiver is torpid, and. and a few
doses of Herbine will cure you.
Ilerbine has no equal as a health re
storer. I. Ben Miller.
With a change of management in
the otton Jeit there may come a
change of policy. It is a matter of
regret that this change coi'ld not have
been made before lhe ('ray's Point
affair was settled.
Strayed From the residence of F.
C. Stewart on Sprigg street in this
city, a red cow, medium sized, marked
with an under -bit in each ear: white
under the belly and the end of the tail
white. She has been dehorned and
may be called a muley. A liberal re
ward will be paid for any information
leading to the recovery of said cow.
Stay that barking by using Ballard'
Hoivhound Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of the throat,
and relieves eonjestion of the lungs
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disitpoints. 25 and
50 cents. I. Ben. Miller.
Married, in this city by William H.
Wilier, Justice of the Peace, Mr.
John Penny to Addie Adams, both of
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Every one knows the old story of
the man who had on bis wagon the
legend "Pike's Peak or bust." The
story came near being duplicated the
other day. A mover's wagon passed
through the city and on the coven was
inscribed the words, "Salem, 111., to
Arkansas," and right underneath
this, 'Back to Salem -oy d.'r
&M fwjj King ont the f abe Sing ia the trne '
siftK''rXiK'r kr"n to vou the new and true from tha
I M I W A IL WB MM m Mm
Nature's most natural remedy, improved by
science to a Pleasant Permanent. Positlvo
I v,:. T-t of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes.
' UTr,TSrS3uI rAv The sore, wearv couch-worn Lunff flreeyhiTft
L;.T flpv-r jB. "; j ct-- - -- -
j V 'Jt . G - f UiW UIJI.IWIV UU-II..-, I1IUI.UJ U Th.Ul VUl f UIO
C1 PL.. 0 cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed
4ar membranes are healed an J soothed so that then
si? - iS n0 inclination to cough.
!iH!5rrQ solo by all good druggists
iST Vk lR RattUaOnlv. 25a.. BOo. anil 1-OQ Sisaa
BE SURE YOU GET
any ivnitay equitl to IT. IV n m PtDe-lar-HoD"y.
It tlT quick and pprmaarnt relief
In grip M well aacoughi androltls. ttmakfa
mk lown trow.-Mrs, K. A. Metcalf,
Dr. BsH's Pin8-Tar-Kor.3
Blanket buyers will be pleased with the
keen values we show with the low prices that
bring to you products of best and leading mills
Blanket value here that will melt away quick
ly they are realy so out of the ordinary
such strong, eletrant blankets at such temDtinsr
- " 1 a m
prices. Note prices 6ri them:
In cotton mixed Blankets we have thenl
frnm thf riip-i rarf f-v tU m..U 1 . 1
.ih.bjv.ji LU lilt IIIUI.ll UCllCI yiiiUC.
cut we desire to call your attention to the
special Blanket that we offer for $1.00 a pair.
Your attention to our all wool Blankets at
$2.00 a pair.
Your attention to our fine 1 1 quarter
fancy border all wool Blankets at $5.00 a pair.
For $5.00 a pair you get as good a blanket
as you may want.
See our splendid line of comforts from
$1.00 and up.
D. A. GLENN,
Leaders in Low Prices.
y m m r rol F m tv V tyre "ttTt? r o'?tt i TO
Oflce Get Ii?sidc
Of our store and you will be convinced
that our claims of superiority are based
upon facts as solid as thestubborn rock.
One trial will prove that
be better than the best. On top of that
Our Goods Are the Best
There can be no more said
we put the undisputed fact, that our prices
are down below any prices J'that can be
put on a like grade of goods.
We?Will give You More
For'your money than you ever did get,
or even can get elsewhere. We propose
to prop our buisness with the two pillars
"Most" and "Best" on the foundation of
Cape Girardeau Greatest Store.