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Everything or Local Form I
Found That la of Interest.
The Fred Herold and the Buckeye
State passed down the river vaster
day. The Buckeye State took on sev
eral hundred tons of flour here.
Dr Johrson of Collinsville, 111., who
has extensfve farming interests ii
Cape Girardeau and Bollingei coun
ties, was in the city yesterday on his
way home from a visit to some of his
Rich, Red and Pure Blood can be
bad by using Dr. Simmons' Sarsapa
rilla. Only 50 cents per bottle and 50
full doses for an adult.
Rev. Ashley Coker of Kennett was
in the city yesterday and met many of
his old friends.
The jury in the Ileadrick case was
out just one hour. Only one ballot
was taken, and when the twelve little
pieces of paper were examined it was
found thfrt each one bore the words,
"Guilty of MurderintheFirstDegroe".
A cough is an easy thing to euro if
taken in firm. It is dangerous to neg
lect oae for any length of time. Or.
Sisinuons'Cougli Syrup is guaranteed.
Fifty ('ills a bottle. For sale by all
John Brunkborst died at "..10 today
a his home on Belleview street. De-eea-eilwas
in his Sth year, and leaves
a v. blow and five children to mourn
his loss. The funeral will take place
from the family residence tomorrow at
p.m and will be conducted by the
;. . K. and Sons of Veterans.
Col I'. 11. Van Frank arrived in the
city .Saturday evening from Little
I lock, Ark.
Small precautions often prevent
gre.it mischiefs. DeWitt's Little Early
7li-ers are very small pills in size, but
'ii'.st effective in preventing the
mor-l -'rio'.is forms of liver and stom
ach troubles. They cure constipation
and headache and regulate the bow
i ls. Win. H. Coerver.
The marriage bells rang this morn
ing for the wedding of Antoine Schaff
and Lena Hutman. The ceremony
took place at St Mary's church,
Father Pruente officiating.
Moses Whyback of Marble Hill s
in the city today.
Hon Marshall Arnold of Benton is
in the city.
Don't forget if you use Pjitnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to tend
lor a package for wool and one for
cotton. Kacb package colors all
fibers. Sold by V. H. Coerver. It
A few mornings like this one and
Don't buy goods until youihave
seen the goods at Noeninger's.
Tbos. W. Hill has severed his con
nections with the water works and
electric light company, and is now in
business for himself. Mr. Hill is an
experienced plumber by trade, and he
is prepared to make estimates and
take contracts for plumbing for large
or small jobs. He can be found at
the Franklin House or you can ring
him Ui) at Phone No. 140. tim
Kvil after effects never follow th
ue of Dr. Bull's Peppermint Chil
Tonic, ft is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes
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the boys will be swinging their skates , ' , , , ,. . ...
i ,j , . ., . makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
oer their shoulders and striking out L.Wll . s( (hev gtay curud- Dealers
MAKES PIES FOR JACKIES.
Jersey City Baker Bead Fire Thorn
sand to Men at Brooklyn and
to hunt up ponds,
Severe forest fires are reported in
the neighborhood of Macomb. Mo,, in
the Ozarks. The fire is sweeping
everything before it and it is feared
that the town of Macomb will be wiped
out by the blaze.
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample but
ties free. Satisfaction or money ro
unded. For sale by alld uggists.
Several hunting parties have be-!i
made up for Thursday, and any gair.e
which may have taken up quarter: in
the woods near here would better lay
low aud keep out of sight.
The habeas corpus case of F. A.
Kain for the possession of his eleven
year old daughter, who is now living
with J. II. Lyons. Kain's brother in
law, came up before Judge Uurrough
this morning and was argued by the
attorneys. The Judge look the case
under advisement. Whitelaw and
Kirumel represented Kain, and J mitre
itobt. L. Wilson was on the other side.
Having escaped without harm from
the guns of the Spaniards, the climate
of Cuba, and the hardtack of a pater
nal government, the navy of the United
States ha? yet another risk to run
the peril of indigestion.
Stirred to the heart by the tales of
the hardships endured by the men be
hind the guns. Charles Kiing, a Jersey
City baker, determined to give the
jackies a treat. Placing himself in
communication with the admiral, Mr.
Klirg said that he would like to make
the jackies a present of English pus,
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Quite a number of our teachers are j nimst.If- Mr. Kiing wa; referred to the
at iVedcricktcwn attending a meeting ! t.0miss2rv.
of the Southeast Missouri teachers.
Jodie Fiynn went along and he will
make a speech if he is cailed upon.
D. A. Glenn closed his store three
"All right," said the oran:iiiary. as
he made swift computation. "It vi:i
take at leapt ..CC0 piss."
This was a little staggering, but Sir
m-Ticr onirt lie vr.::!d ii.it wit hdra-v his
hours yesterday to give his clerks a -j" ar! . crt,e set ;.;s bahir; to
work on the pies. T.y extra work -'..";'
nies were finished and were -sent ;c the
Brocklyn navy yard, to be distribute
chance to spend Thanksgiving with
tleir families, and to attend the L'nion
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiar
ly adapted to persons in enfeebled
health and invalids. It assists di
gestion and is a perfect streiigthcnor
adpe'.ixer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both tasteless and
bitter styles. 50-cent size.
II. L. Smith, who has been v.ith the
Dr.MOi KA'f several weeks, left to-day
for Cairo Illinois, to resume his work
as editor of the Cairo Daily Telegram.
Mr. Smith is a splendid writer and a
gentleman in every res;n.et. While in
this city he male many warm friends
who regretted to see l.iia leave.
and they are uangerously wasted i
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. II. Coerver.
The Cape had its first real touch of
winter this morning. Yesterday was
dismal and threaten inr. and late in
W. W. Waters, of the Southeast j ibe-ufUTnovn. a cold rain came up,
Mixoiirlan. iuiblished at New Mad- ( accompanied by a storui V.hlci: wa?
rid. is a candidate for assistant secre- ; attended by numerous cyclonic demon
tary of the State Senate. I .-t.T-Mons. The weather prophets all
W.vilh. .,- r.iioh-es ill beius i p;v-dictcU a marked change ia the
a Presidential postofllce
Xocninirer will sell you shoes at
r . - . i . :
moments are useiess n irmcu awayi ; .... ...i..,,.,..,,.
among the'erews of the wr.rsbip New
Vork, Oregon and Iewa. Mr. Kling was
nolo ;o unload the rest r.f the pies oti
the licet ::t Tompkinsvillc the next
mornir.g. The Trooklyn, Massachu
setts. Iiidiara and Texas are there.
There are to be seven varieties of
pie peach, apvde. irsr.on. huckle
berry, mir.ee, pineapple and Washing
ton. The latter acquires its iir.tv.e
from Tii? fact thai its original ancestor
utterly extinguished the first English-'
man who tasted it.
WAR SOFTENS EI3 HEART
IlnrJen of rw York City
Matthcv St Tiirg rrreen. Fr.!.!;er.
may succeed where Vaithcw Steriirp
!,nrden. stude::. failed miserablv. In
list's Best Friend" is a
lf...v,;.;.ii- i-Him fii- Tli-Wilf-i Witch
" I ...... ... . Vt, ..',1 .n'ton
Haze! Salve, always ready for emer- ; " i" '
... ; ., t lie heart c-f tit; father. M. (. D. T '.r-
genc.es. . nne a specie lor j.ites, u . ;. r;phs- n,?n in Ameri-
i ca. cut i:.s I . . t i;us unn no,, i
:iv.-apari;ia t ;
mutMi-ed and del
!h --OSes, its :.'
to grave! tiie road between that place j
a'i'! "vew Iiatuimrg.
If r.vt are bihous, try Dr. sa-yer
Liul- Vv'i'ie Aw.ike Pills, you will find
t!i -;n i what y.m v.aat. Try a
sample. Thev do not gripe
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
Saturday afternoon Judge Kiley
sentenced John Ileadrick to be han;:ed
on January 4'h. WX The attorneys
for tl'.e defense will appeal the case to :
th- Supreme Coiti't on the ground that !
tin- apjilicatinn for a change of venue
was t'.enied by tl e court. i
W. II. II. Brown was here yester- j
u.. from Beechwa-ld. ' ;
at' ,! .i'- -ati-. !r :!.! -OSes, its a-"'.
is ,;uick m.iu lasting. Fifty eeti'.s nad I
t;. P. Caralhi fs of lite iv. r.nt tt Dem j
(;c-a" s'len; ycstcroaij ''' ".
w'v.n is at
This is il.e lust trip the Buckeye
State will make in Ihe St. Louis and
X-..- Orleans trade this season. On
h return from Xew Orleans slic will
jo to Cincinnati and resume her old
place in the Ohio river trade, running
iron Cincinnati to Xew Orleans.
Ballard's Snow Liniment. There is
; o pain it will not relieve, no swelling
it will not subdu". no wound it will
not heal, it will cure frost bites,
chilblains, and corns. -5 and 50 cents,
i. Don Miller.
A. Ilessell a well known traveling
inan from St. Louis .-pent Sunday
in the city.
Mrs Oscar Penney died at her home
about four miles east cf Jackson last
night. Deceased was about sixty-two
years of age.
i: r during the- flight, and for once
weiit right. Th' charge did come
it brought ice and freezing
a'C!'- which ev.is :i the early podes-ia-i
to - ,,.ip his garments tightly
l.tt.i - .tI itiii iil-'i- in ;i vm-ii'tv if
mill .. - iii...wv j
coni eU''i-es as t' How long it wouiu
Tabler's iluckcyc i'ii;- O'lJil'".!,
gives instant relief. It kHmys infiaras
tuation and heals. It is pr.inpt in iis
action and positive in its etic!,f.- It it
th.e kind tha' ures without pal:: or
discomfort. It is for piles only 50
centy. tubes 75 c.-nts. I. Ben Miller.
ante up t!. visit rns son
:f irg the Carlisle scoool
Certainly you don't want to suflet'
with dyspepsia. constipation, s'ck
iiiadache. sallow sk'a and loss of ap
iAlU. Vom Li-re never tried JV
i.'ii'i's Little Kurly I iisers for tlscse
complaints or you would have been
cure-. They are small pill si but great
regulators. Wm. H. Coerver.
Titer- ..as a cr.iwdel house last
evening at the Broadway Theater,
probably the best house of the season.
Scott's Beiined Minstrels held the
board-: and furnished a great deal of
amuse for the audience. The music
and specialties were euite- up to the
mark in ail respects, and no unfavor
able criticisms wore heard. The cotn-
n-iiiv :s a LOod one and will give
patrons the worth of their money every
The Crcv Kagie came up from Com
merce last evening and departed for
St. Louis on her usual time. j
Do'i't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you Un't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
libers. Sold bv W. II. Coerver. It
E. I.. Hope, who has been here since
Monday, collecting taxes, returns
home this evening. Collections were
for piles, it I
tlso instantly relieves and cures cuts.
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all i
; le ctions of Ihe skin. Tt never fails
Win. II. (
Tii. city ;
:; e uii.-i;:nai! in t
wii! tn ul.tce ne
,' l g
1 1 1 v ;
aoi L ies tire
ing" in strength and
you nervoi s. despondent.
;is rettirned with the Eighth
I -,y Vt,rk. having endured with forti-
:;.e the horrors of cain-p life at Chich-
:.:::i".ri. artd havit'.g tucd l is medical
I.-., v.-if dge io mitigate tl'.e f-.tff.'ria;---
1:; ccmraees, toruen ti'e v.vvi is
:!" to f ti'ivc the yr.'.irg man fot
:. L tiisri led the cir! he loved.
TV". r'-c.:;--:"-i.'or., if it tr.k-y place,
- . ,":t ':..-t ehttt tcr to ere of
-t ( i:t-i'!;s5in:r romances of Yah:
mi i'!e..n .
liver s tnrnn:.
iTerbine has no eiiiia!
sUr.vr. I. 15en Mill'
L-.-t-A pair of : p
tiotl 1 "t't'ie r c:tse. i'
lea ve saui at D::.MO'
S. J ;t!ian. at'tnor :!
; !;i'v. -vi diing
it his A sliV.H'.V at I'.'iU
catiuot is'lc-p fel' coiiyi
ria in's ';tt-h ', '. v.
vs iv'-. rue rt. i-i. lie
y a: it: i..
: F.i'l Ii
: r i- i'e
ius x. r
f I- i.'.v i:i
!Te is j-.resi-i
.ii-.g ( "ni
i v or
cto lot:. "'
n an's bak'.-r
-i i:;.- 'irst-cl
made 'y th
rr ti.e n;
:. "':i!'h' Sttrl::!'.'. erteree
-.:;.'.? Cfy.rvW: -rt rf Yr.ic in
feii in ioe '-vitl ?J!;;i-i , X
prettiest girl iti Xew p.-v: ;.
ilnn-'.hr of ;'. tatlcr. 1M.
elcd. b-:t i; married Let
row i; is pf.sr:' '" afft
c Vi!r. I.o mav l.-.-- forgiven
For gonuir.o bargains
inger's closing out sale.
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ed ilircrally yes-iiarn-tsgiving
dollars in cash was
titig and provisions
a gveat number of
o to Xoen-
i'llcr. iilt-Klifiim imii Ki;'.ii.i
The intense itching
tr,,., Touis Houck and his son,
.nt ,l-n to Commerce this ! II. W. l.tling, tne won kiioah iq-:e
indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing. may becuredby using
DeWiU's Witch Hazel Salve. U
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. W. II. Coerver.
it is rumored that the gentlemen
who compose the company reeently
on'anized for the purpose of boring
for oil, have made arrangements to
commence operations near Sharps
boro. A gentleman named Reynolds,
1, is an authority on such matters,
came down the other day from Ohio
and is now at Sharpsboro making
Stay that barking by using Ballard'
Horehound Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of the throat,
and relieves conjestion of thelungse
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never .disapoints.
50 cents. I. Ben. MUler. &nd
Robert Noeninger is closing out his
entire stock of goods at about cost
. price. His store is well filled with
goods of every description and those
looking lor bargains will find them
.by going to Noeninger's.
of the Anthony ec Kuha
Brewery of St. Louis, is in the city on
What is it? A cure for Coughs,
incident to these ili s..m- -s. lS instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's
Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very
bad cases have lieen permanently cat:d
by it. ft is equally ohieient for itch
ing piles aud a favorite remedy lor
sore ninnies. chaptK-d
b'.ains. fro-t bites and cii
eyes. iXio per box. For s
Ben Miller, druggist.
llKSOM'TION F i IT Y CltrNCil.
!e by i.
C. !tis. Croup, Whooping Co"gc,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, and all J
Bronchial Affections of the Throat,
Chest and Lungs. 50 doses for 50
cents. Mo. icy refunded if it fails to
give satisfaction: we moan Dr. Sim
mons' Cough Syrup. For sale by all
Mrs. It. E. Gannon, who has been
quite ill for several days has slightly
improved. The many friends of the
lady here will be glad to know that
her illness is not likely to prove
The government steamer Gen'l T.
L. Casey passed down this morning
with a tow of rock intended for the
revetment work below here.
KIDNEY DISEASES are the mos
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
I- .:i-i:icr s:
i f C?. :::.:.-. !
..,:.'. -i oi
Kenrv Mason who desirred and in
str.lled the crgit'.e.-t of the batth .-hip
:!uit:e. has ju?t ditd :r. Xi w York city,
."'r. Mason v.vs v. : :! known in Chic.vg:,
having been a resiir.t of 'his city fir
12 years. The widow cf Mr. Mason re
('es in Chicago, a.- do also his son
Thomas, who is in eharrre of the en-girr-cring
d.tprrtmvr.t i f Ihe Field Co
in;. titi.ttt r.'tuettM. ar.d dn tighter,
win. is Cue wife of Hubert L. Chr.pin. of
Xo. 772 Warren avenue. It is thought
l.v his friend.; that Mr. Masoa's end
was l!astcniJ r.y the di' aster of
Mr. inc. li e first renorts having i
mated that the explosion was due
Vfoolivp boilers, "o
Mi.ir.e went down ia Ifavaita' liny
;s;. on. who was marine specialist :".-.r
tiie Quititard iron- v. -! r, of Xew York,
was prostrated with apoplet.y and
p.-ita'vsls, a.-.d rRved cortstaittiy abeatt
V.is "ship" am her sad fete. It was
thought he world recover, but during
his coitvaieseer.; e heart tumble set in.
Mr. Mason c:tr:. tu ( Mcagn for.ic year:-.
i'.-vs after the
Don't Wait Too Long.
It's here for you a pretty
Jacket, Cape, Dress Pattern
or a handsome Overcoat, Suit
of Clothes, Mackintosh and
many other things, to make
you thankful when you know
the price when you see the
goods when you buy some
That handsome black
Beaver Jacket for $5.00.
That Tan Heavy Cloth
Jacket for $5.00.
That beautiful new Blue Kersey Jacket for $9.00.
Capes from $ 1. co up.
The best 5.00 suit for men in town.
The best $5.00 overcoat for men in the city.
Men's suits 2.75 and up.
Men's over coats $ t,.co and up.
SEE US BEFORE BUYING.
D. A. GLENN,
CITY OF CAPE GIRARDEAU,
Special Election Tuesday.November 29, 1898
Citizens' MeTT People's Ticket.
Fi r v. tnipcilman,
JAMKS M. MORRISON.
STATE OF MISSOURI. ) si.
City of t'atie (iirardeati, )
I, Ceo. K. Chappcll, City Clerk of the City of Cape Girardeau,
hereby certifv that the above and foregoing represent the oilk-ial ballots to
be voted at a sneeia! election for Councilman of the Fourth ard of said
ctv, to be held ia said ward on Tuesday the 2 th day of Xovemiwr, !: and
I f'ur'her certify that tee candidates to be voted for cm the tickets above
nvr.ee1, wee nominate,! bv ekctcrs residing in said Fourth Ward, as the
same a-iDjars fr'.ai the , crtitlcates of said nominations, which have been
r - a'arlv exe -et. it an l Sled in my o'l'tce within the time prescribed by law.
' Ti, ;.:,,--s v.-hereof I have hereunto set my hand and atlixed
.-w .5,.-. 1 .-if s;. ' Citv of Cape Cirardean at try oftiei
S this lTlli d.sv of Xovemb-r,
Ci:e. Ii. cnAi'f
in said city
,;i.L, Citv Clerk.
Of our store and you will be convinced
that our claims of superiority are based
upon facts as solid as the stubborn rock.
One trial will prove that
Our Goods Are the Best.
There can be no more said. Nothing can
be better than the best. On top of that
we pat the undisputed fact, that our prices
are down below any prices that can be
put on a like grade of goods.
We Will give You More
For your money than you ver did get,
or even can get elsewhere. We propose
to prop our buisness with the two pillars
"Most" and "Best" on the foundation of
THE BEE STORE.
Cape Girardeau Greatest Store.
to iustr.ll ti e . :
water v.cth oil A.-,
was afterward retain.
For Sale Elizer Block homestead,
about two acres in the tract. Splendid
suburban home and convenient to
schools. Apply to H. S. Deane.
To tirade and ; ravel Noriti street
ironi spriir s-troet to I'i.citle street.
Resolved, j nat it is accessary .o
grade and gravel Xorth street f. o.a
Spriir street to i'a. iac street and te.
that end the City Clerk is h.-ivby in
structed to publish this resolution n
the newspaper doing the city prialii.g
for two weeks as required by ordi
Signed, C. S. G-IVEXS. j
I certify that the auove and forego
ing resolution was adopted at a meet-in"-
of the City Council of the City of
Cape Girardeau, held oa Xovcmb-r
C'KO. K. C'HAPi'ELL,
SEAL. City Clerk.
' Cape Girardeau, Mo,,
Xovember 22nd, 1S9S.
A Queer (fj Medicine.
There is a Medicine whose pro
prietors do not claim to have dis
covered some hitherto unknown in
gredient, or that it is a cure-all. This
honest medicine" only claims to cure
certain diseases, and that its ingred
ients are recognized by the most skill
ful physicians as being the best for
Kidney and Bladder Diseases. It is
Foley's Kidney Cure.
t stipeita ,.'r.i.
i.- rturaea !n X
tie ivrtiif of the 'it
r.f the V.",
in: i.v ! :
l-.y the ei
: re; rt
:! ov. r :
'Tim i T...Ai?Iw4OtJL!;
mLJtXJ nixujjjj t,....i -
BIG BARGAINS AT
H. A. LEHER'S
rov i: i
...,..'L--.d the- e:
:. hesides or
-I bv lite-
policemen huuii'tgiiev.nlauglars. And
the s-earch'.igl.t ?s to he itrcd ir. balloon.-.
The iUissiaii war department
is conducting a series of experiments
with searchlights mounted in captive
! alloc-as. The current is supplied
through the cable holding the balloon
to the irround. The largest search
light used so far is of 5,000 candle
power, which, it is stated, will thor
oughly illuminate a circular area 500
yards in diameter when at an altitude
of COO yards.
Uoinrn Criminals Have Bl Keet.
It is said that women criminals have
larger hands and feet than average
Amrrlrmn Cbnrca Property.
The people of the United States have
over $350,000,000 invested in church
Electric OnultoiM I Frmee.
Electric omijfbuses now ply between
the French cltiee Milan and Mean.
WATCH THIS SPACE-IT WILL CON
TAIN ANNOUNCEMENTS OF EXCURS
ION RATES, NEW OR ALTERED TRAIN
Qcpvtr.P AND OTHER MATTERS OF
INTERST TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC, j
i-O.MESEKIvEKS' EXCURSION SOL'TH.
't'ickets to certain points SOUTH on
th-s lines of the Illinois Central and
V. M. V. K. IVs, will bo sold from
Cape Girardeau station on Tuesdays
Oct. I, IS Nov. 1. l- and Dec. f and
20. at the rate of one fair plus $2.00
for the round trip. For a I'rea Copy
of 1!)8 edition of the Homeseekers
Guide, describing the advantages and
and resourses ol tne soutn, auuress
J. F. Merrv. A. G. P. A., I. C. U. R.,
Dubuque, Iowa, t or lniormatiou itj
Tardinc lands in Southern Illinois or
in the famous Yazoo Valley of Mis
sissippi, address E. P. Skene, Land
Commissioner, l. J. ti. xi. uru.
Specific information regarding all
of the above can be had at Illinois
Central Ticket Office.
J. T. Duncan, Ticket Agent
Stoves ad Tinware.
Largest and cheapest house in South
Broadway, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
Dr. H. L. Cunningham,
Practice limited to diseases of the
Eye, Ear. Nose andTHroat
When You Come
to the Cape Stop at
Best European Hotel
and Eesturant in the
All kinds of game fish and the
earliest game market in the city.
Oysters in season a specialty.
The best meal In the city served to
M. A. SCOTT.
A jrood wheat and corn farm for
rent. 'Apply to C. T. Lewis,
Agent for Louis Houck