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Of all the county offiaSrs E. W.
lentge will "be tbe last to take bold
d the last to lei go, H will cot
tito charge as Collsctor tillafter the
firit .r6naay-iilarch. jf
Bob Wichterich left tod A- for St.
Louis to resume his studies a med
ical college. He will retiPi 'homo in
April or May with his tfj "fskin, a
full fiedjred M. D. . 7
Rich, Ued and Pure Bid! id can be
had by using fir. Simmons'sarsapa
rilla. Only 50 cents per bottle and 50
full doses for an adult. V
That town aravaya dots
This weak will bo a busines
Be Gockel took , charge of tbe
Sheriff's office Monday momingand jiamilR' nai
a big business circuit court .veek.
A cough is an easy thingj to cure if
taken ia time. It is dangerous to neg
lect one for any length of time. Dr.
Simmons'Cough Syrupis guaranteed.
Fifty cents a bottle. For sale by all
Louie Tobler is in the city. Mr.
Tbler will make bis home ;tt .Taek-
so.i lor ;i in is. lie is no? yci.ccrkiiu
as to what business he will go into.
Tony Haas celebrated his 27th birth
day on New Years day and at n'ght
his friends had a pleasant party at
the residence of his brother.
Small precautions oTten pre yen '
great mischiefs. Do Witt's Little Karly
Risers 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. II. Coerver.
The city officials turned out in a
body yesterday and attended the
funeral of George G. Kimniel.
W. fl. Medley and J. II. Lyons went
out to Jackson tViis pjoininir. Thy
were wan'ed'to testify before thu grand
We are pleased to state that Geo. K.
Chappell. who has been dangerously
ill, is now improving. J
Nearly all our lawyers are attend
ing circuit court at Jackson this week.
If you are bilious, try i)r. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will lind
them just what yon want. Try a fi e
s:irr.ile. Th-iv do not srrine Sold a
M. Maple Willson's dru store.
Jos Colter of St. Louis s in the
city. Mr. Coker once published a
Democratic newspaper in th. Cape.
Ia the newspaper business Mr. Coker
developed a gift f gab that attracted
the attention of the head of a big
wholesale house in St. Louis. The
Cape Girurdcau newspaper man was
inddced to sell out bis newspaper and
go on the road and ever since ho has
been traveling for that St. Louis firm.
B F. Davisreturned yesterday from
Dover, Del., where he had been visit
ing his relatives.
Running sores, indolent ulcers and
similar tro;ible, even though of many
year's standing, may be cured by using!
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
tho great pile cure. W. H. Coerver.
The funeral of George G. Kinimol
took place yesterday afternoon. That
Mr. Kiuuni.l had a host of friends
was shown by the number of people
who attended the funeral.
Sam Dennis, who came home to
spend the Christmas holidays, re
turned to St. Louis yesterday.
B illard's Snow Liniment. There is
no pain it will not relieve, no swelling
it will not subdue, no wound it will
not heal, it will cure frost bites,
chilblains, and corns. 25 and 50 cents.
T. Ben Miller.
The Salvation Army will have meet
ings every night in their hall on
Broadway, three doors west of the
Opera House. On Sunnay as follows:
7 and 11 a. m., 3 and 7:30 p. m
Children's meeting Saturday after
noon 2 p. m. and Sunday morning
10 o'clock, to which all children are
invited. Everybody cordially invited
to all these meetings.
M. E. Leming is foreman of the
rrand iurv. Mr. Leming is the right
man in the right place.
Stay that barking by using Ballard'
Hmvhound Svrun. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of the throat,
and relieves conjeition of thelungse
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disapoints.
50 cents. I. Ben. Miller. 25nd
The second term of Mayor Coer-
ver's administration has not proved
very smooth sailing. He has had to
work with one vacai t chair in the
council chamber most of the time, ana
when he calls a special election and
elects a man to fill that vacant chair,
his council kicks and refuses to allow
the man to take his seat.
The grand jury should look after
those fellows who disregard the game
law. That is one law that people
should be forced to obey.
Dr. Simmons' Sarsaparilla effect
Uv aids weak, impaired ana aemii
atted organs of both sexes. Its action
is quick and lasting. Fifty cents and
There was hardly standing room at
the Christinas tree last night The
Sons of Teterana should feel proud
over the way the people turned out to
he is now the officer in attendance at
the circuit court. -, .
When you cannot sleep for cough
ing take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. It always gives prompt relief.
It is most excellent fcr colds, too, as
it aids expectoration, relieves the
lungs and prevents any tendency to
ward pneumonia. For sale by I. l ien
The Cape Brewery and Ice Company
has just paid another dividend of ten
per cent. This is the only incorpora
ted cmpany ia the Southeast that
pays an annual dividend of ten jer
cent. Its business is gro.viug and
later on it will pay a still larger
The present grand jury will have
very littl-j business to transact with
this city. We are a law-abiding peo
ple in Cape Girardeau, and as far as
ve are concerned, we need no grand
juries to look after us.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointmeu,
give infant relief. It allays int'ams
mation and heals. It is prompt in its
a-!iin ?.n'! posiiive ia ifs . 'T-.-i. ft it
uio iviiiii tiiiit cuivs v. iiiiijr.'. ; or
discomfort, tl is for piles only 50
c nty. tubes 75 cents. I. lien Miller.
A majority of the ii-..ly elected
Board of Directors of tho Fair Asso
ciation, we understand, are in favor
of moving t'ae Fair nearer the .-iiy.
Tney recognize tho fact that the old
site is too far from the city to do the
city any good, and at the same time
assure the attendance of the citizens
of the town.
Dr. Howard has a big girl baby at
his house. The Doctor was up at
Oak Iiidge when the new comer ar
rived. Tin! Sons of Veterans ball last
night va? a pieasai.t affair. Tueit)
were a large uu.;i!ier i f young peoplt:
present and I hey ail seemed to enjoy
The city council met la.--t night and
transacted the regular monthly busi
ness. E. F. Blonieyer filled George E.
l"ha;-peU's place as city clerk at the
cjancil meeting last night.
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Ar- you nervous, despondent,
iiTil" lillioiis. constipated and
ffenera'lv run down in health. If so.
L k 11 I
Friend" is a
your liver is torpid, and, and a few
dosA of Herbine will cure you.
Herbine has no equal as a healtfc re
storer. I. Den Miller. r"
The grand jury is sending down here
after witnesses. There must be some
devilment going on.
Wheat is still hanging in the sixty
A saloon keeper in this city says ho
sold one hundred and fifty kegs ef
beer more in 1!)7 than he sold in 189$.
He attributes the falling off to the
war tax on beer. When the war tax
went on ne ttoi;ic(t. tne uuckci iraue
md that cut his business down just
one hundred and fiftv kess of beer.
Moments are useless if trilled awayf
and they are dangerously wasted i
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. H. Coerver.
George E. Chappell is able to sit up
today. Ho has been making out the
warrants ordered by the city council
at its meeting last night.
Our Southeast Missouri boys who
are now in Havana are writing home
that they are enjoying the pleasant
climate in Cuba.
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dves vou don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Eacb package colors an
fibers. Sold by W. II. Coerver. It
E. II. Engclmann has purchased
himself a new Remington type writer.
It is one of the latest improved mi'
The telephone wires between this
city and Jackson are kept busy during
circuit court week.
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 botn
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. Wm. K. Coerver.
From the number of witnesses going
before the grand jury from this city,
we aro inclined to tho belief that some
mischief is on the way for somebody
The l iver is rising and if it keeps
up at tho present stage, river men say
we will nave no oiocKaae mis year.
Uriah Jones. Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties ot ur.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
ties free. Satisfaction or money re-
unded. For sale by allduggists.
. The farmers of Cape Girardeau
county are holding thousands
bushels of wheat. They do not like
the present market price and are
holding out for that dollar they have
been dreaming about
The farmer who tends a crop of corn
one year and waits till the next year
to gather it, is a poor excuse for a
M. A. Scott and wife returned home
from Jackson at noon today. They
had been out to testify in a case be
fore the gTaid jury.
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. While apecific for piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheuml eczema and all
affections of tho skinV. It never fails
Wm. H. Coerver.
Col. Sturdivant has beekfeeling a
little out of sorts for a few da and
has been remaining in his room. v
Tiu.re will be four or five candidates
for Mayor of this city next spring.
They can't all lie elected.
KIDNEY DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
I'eter Maul returned home yesterday
from a visit to relatives in Indiana.
A:: editor who will take the Kecley
treatment and then go back on Dr.
Kee'.y is one of the small potatoes out
o; the Irish potato patch.
'. II :;iter effects never follow th
u.-- of Pr. Dell's Peppenr.int Cl.il
Tonic, it is a pleasant liver laxative.
mo;;, bound boue. It makes liesh. it
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chillis so they stay cured. Dealers
Anton Ketterer has been dangerous
ly iii for several days but he was
much better this morning.
Our representative in the Legislature
is holding his seat down at Jotferson
City. That much we have heard from
Do'j'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
fibers. Sold by W. II. Coerver. It
The next show at the Broadway
Theater is tu ':? a pairof twins. After
t.iat we are promised a leg show.
The three mile creek was out of its
banks yesterday, and rigs coming in
from Jackson yesterday evening had
a hard time to find the road,
k What is it? A cure for Coughs,
Kolds, Croup, W hooping Congii,
oarseness. Sore Ihroat, ana ail
onchial Affections of the Throat,
Chest and Lungs. 50 doses for M
n'.s. Money refunded if it fails to
give satisfaction: we man wr. sun-
iois' Contrh Syrup. I or sale by all
Our town is a little dull just now,
but will have butter business later on.
Dr. Finney was in the city today.
The Doctor came here to visit Ins
daughter, who is atteud ing St. Vin
Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the
English Baptist church at Miners vilte,
Pa., when suffering with rheumatism,
was advised to try Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. He says: "A few appli
cations of this liniment proved of
great service to me. It subdued the
inflammation and relieved the pair..
Should r-y suileror profit by giving
Pain D; 'a a trial it will please me."
For siV- ov I. Ben Miller.
Tl.e . "Yeasurer was at the court
house ti.i - ioraing, paying off ci.y
Judge John A. Millar of Bollinsrer
county gave us a call this morning.
The Judge is one f the most success
ful and best fixed farmer in Bollinger
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiar
ly aday'eu to persons in enfeebled
health ai..i invalids. It assists di
ccstioa a:v.l is a perfect strengthener
adpetizer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both tasteless and
bitter styles. 50-cent size.
There will be a ball in CnnersUU's
Hall on Good Hope street Thursday
night, January 12th. A good time is
guaranteed all who attend.
For Sale Elizer Block homestead
about two acres in the tract Splendid
suburban home and convenient to
schools. Apply to H. S. Deane.
Prof. Harry Albert was acting
President .of the Norfaal Faculty
yesreruay while president MeGbee was
attending' court at Jackson.
I have beon aCHeied with rheuma
tism for 14 ye-'.rs and nothing seemed
to give any relief. I was able to be
around all the time, but constantly
suffering. I had tried everthing I
could hear of a:;u at last was told :o
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm: which
I did, and was immediate! j relieved
and ia a sho: t time cured. I am hap
py to say that it has not since re
turned. .To-,h Edgar, G Mmantown,
Cal. For sale by I. Hon Miller.
Thos. 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
exierienced plumber by trade, and he
is prepared to make estimates and
take contracts for plumbing for lare
tnj l-Yauitun liouse or you can ricg
him u; at Phone No. 14'.'. tim
Don't biiy goods until you have
seen the goods at Noeninger's.
Leon J. Albert's bond as assignee
of the Rivervievv Hotel was approved
to-day. The big hotel is now in the
hands and under the management 4f
Everything seems to le changing
except the price of coal. You can
get as good coal at $2.25 at Hunze's
as you can get at the saw mill at 62.75.
Do" not fear any changes in the prices
of coal. The monopoly will take care
of the coal business. Send your or
ders to II. L. Unnze. Ti lephone 4i.
The grand jury should wind u;v its
business tomor: ow snd adjourn, but
v.liet':er it will o- no;, i-e:iiains to be
There, is no prospects of an early
opening up of river navigation.
Noeninger will sell you shoes at
iiaiuberlalu's Lough itemedy.
This remedy is intended especially
for coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough and influenza. It has become
famous for its cures of these diseases,
over a large part of thecivilized world.
The most ilattering testimonials have
been reeci ved, giving aivmiats o; its
good works; of the aggravating and
persistent coughs it has cured: of se
vere colds that have yielded ;ivi.i; t: y
to its soothing effects, and o! vh.' ri
gorous attacks of croup it h-:
often saving the life of :l;e i i.
extensive use of it for who..-..;.-.
has shown that ii rl t'n .-.s
all dangerous cons c.r-ce.--
I. Ben Milfer.
LlSSiiLX ir -L;i AtiWV'i.'
Ji&teW&&:&z est. SB
"BingocttlecU SiEg In the new
King oat tie falsa Rirgia tie true n
We bring to ycu the new and true from th
ptaey f crests cf Norway
For Sale. A residence, three rooms
and a basement, just South of the
old Hanny homestead.
j5dlvv J. C. Hax.W.
For Sale The entire fixtures of the
Clermont Meat Market, in the Mey
stead block on Main street. Apply to
J. H. Lyons at St. Charles Hotel.
Lost A Veternary pocket instru
ment case. Finder will be rewarded
by returning the same to Dr. J. M.
Van Deervoort, V. S.
Henry Kopper and J. E. Cotner are
Sheriff Gockel 's deputies.
Mr. D. A. Drum ex-county treasur
er, has moved back to Oak Ridge.
Mr. Drum is a good man and a good
The case of Ilo Fulierton against
the Board of Regents and Faculty of
the Southeast Normal School is being
tried in the circuit .court at Jackson
E. W. Flentge is wearing a suit of
blue ieans home spun and home
Richard P. Fulenwider died at his
home in Dexter last week. The de
ceased formerly resided in this county
and was well known to many of our
Leo. J. Albert left this afternoon
for St Louis where he goes to attend
the silver wedding of his brother
John F. Albert
There is no school at the Normal
to-day. The whole Normal Faculty
went to Jackson as witnesses in the
case of Fulierton against the Normal
V.'ci ii Eyes !aJi- Mnn--.,
dim vision made clear, stye--, irr.uvt-l
:d granulated lids or pore eyes of
any Kina speeuiiy s:nu ei.cciiianv
vd !v the us'st f : ".;'.t i l.im V Ergiv.
Eye Salve. It s put up in tidies, an 1
sold on a guarantee by all good drug
MlicU C ow fiT Sale.
The undersigned has a fresh Jersey
milch cow for sale. Five years old,
kind, gentle and a good milker.
dec29 R. B. Oliver.
FOll SALE OK KKXT An eijriit ron:n l el
linir. rood ss new. uure water. lrv cellar.
stables lor cows and horses, ample prounds for
garden and convent nt to normal scnooi laie
iv m.innieil liv the nndersiimed. Will sell on
time. Kent reasonable. Call o-i or address
K. B. ULiYCK. cape mrarursu, aiu.
FOS SALE Ott KKXT A fonr-room house,
in tirt-Hurt condition and conveniently
located. For particulars call on Philip stoii
baa demonstrated ten thousand
times that it ia almost Infallible
Irregularities and derangement.
It has become the leading remedy
for this class of troubles. It exerts
a wonderfully healinc, strengthen
ing and soothing Influence upon
the menstrual orxans. It cures
"whites" and falling of the womb.
It stops flooding and relieves sup
pressed and painful mciistraation.
For Change of Life I la the beat
medicine made. It la beneficial
during pregnancy, and helps to
bring children into home barren
for years. It invigorates), stimu
lates, strengthens ths whole sys
tem. This great reinadyia offend
to all afflicted women. Why will
u woman suffer another minute
with certain relief, within reach t
Win of Cardnt only ooata fl.Wper
bottle at you drag stors.
JW utttc. s ou rsttjtrtM V!rr
sm. es-arwe. ft
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T wo- asos iria t ItnM ithM
toWUsf jf weak Ms R mUntj
I AM 83 V CP. VC LO. "H" DCTrS?ea
rcy limply eii! ta li. B-il s i-ine-lar-Honey.
It sf.xei quirk an! s-jreaj:nt rrlief
la grip as wu as coughs and iffis. Itmaies
west 1 uacs Btrocg.-lira. If. A. Sietoalfe.
m4 n'nl tmtip4v Imn roved bV
i-.U. iC D 1J1A1M1M .... . i - -
o rv-Mct Permanent. PositlTO
Cur? for cotshs, colds and all inflamed surfaces
c: tlv: Lungs ar.i Bronchial Tubes.
The sore, v. ay coush-wom Lungs areexMa-
the micrcDe-5eonns raurjs is cm out , uio
cause of that i:c!:::n3 is removed, and the muamea
nebrineo are hiiisd and soothed so that there
is i:o b.-llnatiiw to cacsh.
st'.!c Qr.-j. 2Se., 50a. and $1.00 Slt
7::: suss you get
Of. SaU'a Piss-Tar-Esssy
For f n 'e
F.cn. Mill-r's D.-v.g Store.
5 Hours Heat for 3 Cents
$5 lJ :ss s
Save your money. Lessen your wood bills.
This week Suoerb Heaters for $3 00.
Galvenized Coal Hods for 25 Cents.
Adjustable Elbows for 15 Cents.
37 Main St. BERNHARD BAHN
NEW SHOE STORE IN JOWN,
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
Boys and Childrer
Leather and Shoe Makers Supplies
Repairing and New Work a Specialty. Satis
Main St., Near Prescott House,, a' 6ap6 Glrard6a;'M(
And all other kind of eoUtis, ha
All work ftlhr I
Also dealer in BUGGIES, CARTS, VjJ"
oni Md all kind of vehicles . m fli
C. LINDEMANN & SON
DEALERS IN "
OF ALL KINDS. STTrTT?T
White and jellow pine, poplar, erpress, oak,
gum, walout. ask and cnerTy. Aim SMttas;
laths, shingles, monldlnn, window and door
eaalDa. Window and door frame, ail slsea
made to ordeT on short notice. Delivered, awy.
where inside of city iimlu. ; 'j-xt ,J .
1 Spanish St, Caps Gibabdeatj. Mb