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ErerrthlBC of Local Form To be
Found That Is of Interest.
A hen at the Cape Brewery laid an
gg today that measured eight inches
in circumference one way and nine
inches the other way. That egg is
surely a record-breaker.
We today announce, by authoritr,
W. H. Coerver as a candidate for re
election to the office of Mayor. Mr,
voerver has served the peonle as
Mayor for four years and he has made
record for himself that he can well
anora to be proud of. No Mayor
ever gave more general satisfaction
than Mr. Coerver has given. He is a
careful, good man..
?ir Sinmona' Sarsaparilla effect
7 a wftaK, impaired and dooili
.rau urg&as 01 both sexes. Its action
-n V ana la3tinff- Fifty cents and
w M U3C8,
The mail train on the- Illinois Can
tral railroad has been changed back
to the old time and hereafter it will
leave this city at 6 o'clock a. m. in
stead of 2 o'clock p. ni. as heretofore.
M. E. Leming will accept the Re
publican nomination if the Kepubli
cans want him to run for Mayor. Mr,
Laming is a business man who is busi
ness all over. He is up-to-date, pro
gressive and would make us a splen
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
LittleAVide Awake Pills, you will find
" u i"" i v 11 vint. iryr e
sample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
In our announcement column today
appears the announcement of J. Adam
Weber, who is a eandidate for re
election to the ollice of City Marshal.
Mr. Weber has held the office of City
Marshal two years and we believe we
can say without fear of contradiction
that he has made as good Marshal as
the city has ever had. He is a care
ful man and does his duty to the letter
of the law. If he gets the nomination
he will surely be re-elected.
There is going to be an effort made
to enforce the Newberry Sunday law
in this city. This mear.-. of course,
that every business house in the city
must close up at 12 o'clock Saturday
nifrht and remain closed till Monday j
i"ay ihat barking by using Dullard
Hothound S3'rup. It arrest the
ci.i'1 ,;h. allays irritation of thj throat,
a.i -Sieves conjestion of lh.: lungs
i :s .;ty. It is safe mid pleasant to
t !.:. and never d;.-;i;i;)i:it.s.
.Vu-ents. I. Ben. Miller. Smd
Mr. and Mrs. Leon A.b-ri li ft
jc-'.erday on a trip to Havana, Cnha.
They expect to be iroiie about two
David A. Glenn has retun.eJ from
St. Louis, where he r-.tade heavy pur
ehaees of spring goods.
The gronnd hog has proved a sm -ces
as a w -uther prophet this year.
Iiallards Snow Liiiiment. There is
no pain it will not relieve, r.u s;vellii;g
it will not sti!.lue. no vound it will
not heal, it v.-iil cure i'.-osi. biles,
chilblains, and corns. !'" .tr.d "'Scents.
I. Ilea Miller.
The: e are :v . . new members of the
Se' ooi ixiard to lc elected at the
Apii! election. The voter will expect
s;-:'ie Mniirovepie'i! in the jniiiiic school
:::, year :.v.d they will look to the
tv. i . : -rubers they elect to brinir
al'oiiT a r. form in the public .school.
leiicy :it;d not a Normal school
diploma shuti!.i count in the public
We are authorized to sav that F.
A. Kai'i has Hew the track. He an-
; i'm: (i himself as a candidate for
( it y Marnhi-1, subject to the Ucpnbli
. :: v.oinina'ing convention. Since he
; . !i ni' e.i !e i,;i- Veen mixing with
I: j .il.lii a..- j.iul linuiii' that they
- .! mi tlilnu but sound n:oncy. he
hns -.-o :clnd ! that llepublietiiis won't
o -v.- iy a .! kias the-vfiie tua-le
:l:,-!ii-. :-.:'.: tiu:'- he would rat!;er risk
h:, el.vii--s with the forty c-nis dollar
A couiih is nr. easy tain to ciii-e :
t;ii---.-i in ":! !t 's liiiii.'eroiis to ney
I. ..i im. for : ii v le.l V: of liv.e.
.S:iiaiiins'Coii.;i! S.vr.u.'s ?r:tn' ee. i
i-'ifty eeti:.. a .i:-. '' " I
'I h -iv is vioii ir to lu- si inc n n its j
till city flection. The ilj-nhiic.u,.-. ,
n.c Democrats ami the I'hiin loinos
wi;! h ive ticket i in the fiei.l. I
( or Hryan is aaiii '.;.:i -s
1 stay. His train lias !-i-- cli.-f.ip J
hack to its old tiim oV-loci- in the
liu.rninS. Mr. LIrvan is a rol citi
zen and his friends will 1- i.'hui to s- e
hitn airalu in tie city.
Tin- linancial tstatemeat o! the Ca!
Jirardcau Building and Loan Asso
ciation aiix-ars in today's Democrat.
This is one of the best of ill the
Ij-jilding and Loan Associations in
Don't forget if you use I'ntnam
fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
,!v m iiMckasre for wool and one for
l.acn iKVCiiasre ro:w .iu
Sold by V. It. Coerver. It
Peaches will be very scarce this
vtar. Men who claim to be poste d
-r the peach crop is killed and many
..f " tin; trees that bear peaches are
Frank Unnerstall will be nominated
on the Republican ticket for council
man from the third ward.
Moments are useless if trided away
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. H. Coerver.
The thesmotnetor registered two de
grees above zero here this morning
tbe coldest weather we have had in
March for more than forty years.
Mrs. D. A. Glenn is quite sick with
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. Wa. H. Coerver.
The Philippino Republicans will of
course vote with the forty cent crowd
at the city election. Decent, honest
Republicans will vote the Republican
It looks like Christ Hirsch would
have a walk over for City Collector.
So far ho has no opponent.
Evil after effects never follow th
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 rosv cheaks. All of this cures
chills so thev stay cured. Dealers
The ma 1 train on the Illinois C'en
tral railroad was about one hour and
a half behind time this afternoon.
The First National Bank has put in
a new Smith Premier type writer.
KIDNEY DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
(.'u-e is a guaranteed remedy or money
E. W. Flentge took charge of the
Collector's ofiice yesterday.
The Salvation Army is making
man? new recruits in this city.
S:uall precautions often preven
reat. misehi -fs. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are very small pills in size, but
arc- most effective in preventing the
most serious forms of liver and stom
ach troubles. They cure constipation
and headache and reirulat'; the low
els. Win. H. Coerver.
The wild geese and ducks are going
south again. This means continued
cold weather, if it means anything.
Hon. Louis Houcl: will return home
from Cuba this week.
l!unning soivs, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may lieenreii by using
DeWitt's Witch JLi;v! Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
t.ie great vile. cure. W. H. Coerver.
Ti;p river h; Uvn covered with
heavy floating ice ali day. and st?am
OM.its cannot run now.
i ;,! -. i Vogela:;g hus about
:!; tile j:i:i of pur-ill;: 111 all ojH-ll
front i:i W. li. J ii,!ii:.-.ick' store,
corner Main and Ir.de;ietu!encc -treets.
i. st of ;.!!
ISohnsack oi.e of the
t- ;e rooms in the
Rich. Red and Pure iSlood can be
had by using Dr. Simmons' Sarsapa
riila. Only .V cents p -r bottle and "0
till do.-es for an adult.
"'here are .eoi . here who would
give "o their iiioii'-y to hear a good
kettirer. Ingei-Mdl would he the
drawing man for a lecture here.
Tie steamer (li-py Eagle is prepar
ing -) enter the St. Louis and Cape
Cirardi r.u trade She has been
it: -i-i" :!:'
el-hauled and re-painiod
and now looks like a
ii t n 1 1 in
F.s -I-"..-.- Dyes yo
for .! paciiage to
lave to send
n 1 one for
r'aeii o.teka--- eole-. all
Sold by W. - i. I It
-.:av- ' h' .'-Democrat, i
oii'i! i i a !.)
a:-- oMUal o -
loan am! i lout U of
-!.. iers in
:-V-.. ?- J II i ! 1 i 5
- i , . -.r: ( '
a:i-s. i.'. a.
i lie;; l i e 'il.lii:-. 11. I
ves instant lvlii f. It allays inihiin
ttior and Ilea's. It prompt in it
iiiii and po-itive in its eifeei
t 't I
the !;i-vl ;i::it i-fvi - -.
disi-o'.:i;"..i:,J. I is fo
eentv. tnV--- cents.
jiiles only '!
f. Den Miller.
The iJoard of I 'elision
h id .i m -. tir, today.
.ext week the Illinois fVr.tral r.ill-i-n;id
wi!! si II tickets from this city to
St. i ouis and return for two dollars
and lii'ty cents. This is chea;ier than
t ity Treasurer Wichterich was at
tlie court house today paying off city
What is it? A cure for Coughs.
Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness. Sore Throat, and all
Bronchial Affections of the Throat,
Chest and Lur.gs. 50 doses for ,"i0
cents. Mo. icy refunded if it . fails to
give satisfaction; we mean Dr. Sim
mons' Cough Syrup. For sale by all
Boss Jk Sackmaon have dissolved
partnership, John Boss retiring and
John Sackmann taking sole charge of
Joe Fuerth is entertaining a friend
from Murphy gboro, 111.
In oar announcement column today
appears the announcement of Henry
Wolter as a candidate for City Mar
shal. Mr. Wolter is an old citizen, a
good citizen and clever gentleman,
and if elected hevwould do his whole
The '-Bicyclist's Best Friend" is a
familiar name for DeWitt's Witch
Haz, 1 Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. While a specific for piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of the skin. It never fails
Wm. H. Coerver.
We regret to learn that Mrs. J. M.
Morrison is dangerously ill.
Mrs. D. A. Glenn, who has been
dangerously ill with pneumonia for
several days, is some better today.
When you cannot sleep for cough
ing take Chambcrlaiu'a Cough Hem
edy. It always gives prompt relief.
It is most exeeilent ftr colds, too. as
it aids expectoration, relieves the
lungs and prevents any tendency to
ward pneumonia. For sale by i. Hen
By authority, we today announce
Nicholas Wichterich as a candidate
for re-election to the office of City
Treasurer. Mr. Wichterich has been
handling the city's hard cash for
more than twenty years and he has
never let a cent of it get out of its reg
ular fund. He has always been an
K. F. Blomeyer went down to Bloom-
field this morning on railroad busi
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billious, constipated and
generally run down in health. If so.
your liver is torpid, and. and a few
doses of Herbine will cure you.
Herbine has no equal as a health re
storer. I. Ben Miller. ,
Judging by the number of Repub
licans in attendance at the ward meet
ings last night we are inclined to 1k
lieve that the Republican voters are
going to vote their city ticket straight
lit the citv eleclion this year.
L. S. Joseph went out to Jackson
Ti- ice in th;:
river is getting thin
:i id mushy.
Many old soldiers now feel the effects
oi tlii- liaril service tliey endured
uurir.g l lie war. Mr. lico. J. Ander
son f.S Rossvi'le. Yorkcotinty. Penn..
who i- a'.v the hardest kind of service at
he front, is now frequent! v troubled
with vV-r.iiiatisin. "I had a severe
attaei: lately." he says, '"and pro
cured a bottle of ( ii iinlx-rla ill's Pain
Ihiiu'. I', did so niucit"' good that I
wou"-' 'o know what you would
char- one- dozen bottles."
Mr. . n ua:it-d it both for his
own o sinedy it t his friends
and :. ... '. a- very family should
have a j of. it in their home,
not otm . tr rheumatism, but lame
back, spr.ii.'ts. swellings, cuts, bruises
and burns, for which it is unequaled.
n Miiii r.
There is ;:. to he a lively light
for the ci'y oiilci s at April eli e'.ion.
Frank il. Dunlop was down at
I -.iootltllelil ve-'erila V.
'o -e I'-.iton -.vent
road toila y.
We are informed that
r .'i-.'li and l. A, ;letin ':!i hoth d;
e!:ne to run for re-election for im-ni
h--:-s of the Hoard of I'd ne.ition.
fitlll A V.
!i .lones. Ile.eiiiar. Dro-.vi: i.d
.lohr. iVte" S!!:;;ii x.iii te-tii'y to the
v.otuk-rf j! curative properiie?. oi Dr.
Simmons' CoiiLTii Syrn;. S:u::i)'e but
ties fr.-e. SatisfaeiioM or money re
rided. i-'or Mi!f !v ai! i ,''i-t-.
St -anooats will no,,
a'ain. Tii river is a
iiture out '
' clear of !
The Western Toultry ::id Ca.ai
oTtijiany's house in this city purchas-
;;,;s w-el; seven thotisanit do.-.eii
i 1 1 1 s v
-;.eitli.-M1 Misoi;-i liens
are j mi usirious on us.
There is no reason why
i I leans should not .!-,: tii
.,..,;.,( at, ..!.., !-..,. i
IIJ1 II 1 lltb l - I.' -X, .'1 Wl",,.. .' .......
dean is a lleimldiean citv and if lie- I
publicans will ijui'. iheir insurgent
...,.. . l,..,.,, o ;;..i,iilili..-m ,.itv
I have b"en a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since the war and have
used all kinds of medicine for it. At
hint i found one remedy that has been
:. success as a cure, and thai is Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. I' K Crisham. Caars
Mills, l.a. For sale by I. Den Miller.
Joseph Jaeger returned home from
St. Louis yesterday. lie was in St.
Louis to see his daughter, who i, at
tending school there.
The editor of the Jackson Cash
Book is threatening the saloon keep
ers of Jackson of trying to bribe citi
zens of Jackson to sign their petitions
! for saloon licenses.
Charley Armgardt announces him
self today as a candidate for City
Marshal, subject to the Republican
nominating convention. Mr. Arm
gardt was born and raised in this
city and everybody knows him. He
is a clever young man and would make
a good Marshal.
Henry Eopper is again able to be
out after about ten days confinement
to his bed.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiar
ly adapted to persons in enfeebled
health and invalids. It assists di
gestion and is a perfect strengthener
adpetizer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both tasteless and
bitter styles. 50-cent size.
Congressman Yandivsr is s-apected
to arrive home in a few days.
Jodie Flynn of St. Louis will visit
his family in this city tomorrow. Mr.
Flynn is well satisfied with hi job in
Tbe country roods are- improving
and trade ought to begin to pick up
The next School Board should be
composed of some members, possessed
of enough education to. inaugurate
so;r" reform in the public- school.
F. A. Kage, we understand, will be
a candidate before the city Republican
convention for City Collector.
The steamer Georgia Lee is one of
the prettiast steamers oo tbe Missis
sippi river. She has a cabin that is
as fine as any cabin ever put in a
Some of the Republicans who will
refuse to submit their claims to the
city Republican convention will be
hunting for something to do after the
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
experienced plumber by trade, and he
is prepared to make estimates and
take contracts for plumbing for large
or small jobs. He can foe found at
the Franklin House or you can ring
mm up at 1'none .o. i4'J. tm
The steamer Georgia Lee was at our
wharf this afternoon. She is the first
boat out from St. Louis since the last
freeze up. She had considerable
freight for this place.
F. A. Kage went out to the Conran
pla-.'o today to cry the Sehwcpker sale.
Candidates are around buttonholing
the delegates to the city convention.
There was a :ig mail today. Our
representatives are sending their con
stituents garden seeds and public doc
uments by the bushel.
The river is again open for steam
boating and the river towns will now
awaken from their slumliers.
We regret to learn that Mrs. I). A.
Glenn is no liettcr today. She is a
very sick woman.
We are informed that John Langlois
is talking of goinj into the grocery
busiiit ss up in llaarig.
We ii!.iertand that Augu-t Stiivel
hi!) v i'l le a c-.i::di iate for council
man from the fourth ward.
Ernst i'lrich and wife will ieavi to
morrow for Evansvilh.-. hid., where
they go to reside. We regret to see
tliis old couple leavens. Mr. i'lrieh
having lieen janitor of the public
school for several years his departure
from the city will Ik- regretted by a
host of school children who ihink
almost as much of Mr i'lrieh as they
do of their own fathers.
re-.M-rv will end out
I lock lver tomorriov inornin-r.
A stiecial meeting of the ( ; tin t 'lull
i .. called f..r .Saturday. March 1 1th,
at ':'') n. Ail in.-tiil-rs are I-.
(iii'-,led to Ik: jir---ent. as liu.-im-ss of
ini'iori.-i ar - -vi!i eo ne hi fote tin- club.
I Mow I ii ii i rasa nt
jii is to see a beautiful child's fan
i !i -;igure,'l with .vih-humors, bin-stir;
" 'i roil v . l tin- !;ir. pmiiles. lilotclii
and sores, and sadder s1i!l. v.iien ti:
yoiiiig and inm-eeni ar - lauhcji- i:
and twitted in .'.!! --i,i ii cases. I 'a rents
should rive t'.'.eiii that L'ood and ml;
rer.-edv. S-.illihitr i litters, w hirl) 'i I
search a a i drive on' of the Mod I
e.erv particle of humor. iiVal. i :
( Jultefe .
.'ersigned. will s..-il :.!. iri
at lay resi,ieiiee ot; I'llis
::;y liouseho'ii ami kitchen
, ons'ir-tine; of ptirlor set.
-:-t. c:ii-;Mts. stoves, kitchen
i li-nit ire.
ii. (I roiir.:
AH in lir.-t-cla -- con
- -.i-!i;i: to ptiii lia-e
Ill it ion I 'art
! si.oiiiil ca'l within the t-est two wcek
: ..s i;. (ioiU r.s'it lie -old within that
Minn - . l"i:i:i I'.M'K.
A I. lie lor ..
ii.o!i'e have lieen
J Many p-ople have iRt-n cured of
' Kidnev diseases y taking a .TOc bottle
Foley's Kidney (Jure
SALES!tS WASTED-Now Is tile time to
s-il it. W want riiod r-lia!ile men to cell
onr Tixi-r Brands LulTioatinir Oils and Grra-e,
(.Kid iiinMiMtinn to rit'lit party. Itifcrenro re
qnireil. Tin- Howard oil & lireasi- Co., leve
land. Oliio. janlwl-lt
AI.K lt KKNT An cihtroom der
Inn' iroil as new. unre water, dry cellar.
Ktnl.ls lor mws and horn-, anmle emnnde lor
carden and convenient to Normal school late
ly occupied liy the nndcrsisne-l. Will s"ll on
time, Kent rea-,onal(le. Call o-i or addresb
K. B. Oi.n f.i. tape Giranh-ao, .1.
FOB SALE Oil RENT A fonr-rooin house,
in lirst-clas condition and conveniently
located, tor particular call on Philip stell.
IU2iEY TO LOAN On city property and
Low rate ol interest
mid lona time.
H. S. UfA.IS,
Cape Uirardean. Mo.
No. IU2 A. Main st.
WANTK1 arirl to d, house work la ,
family of foul. Inquire at this office.
A FL'LL LINE OF
ai)d Gr. Gorsets
v r rtable corset. It is
d -; - . .if a short corset and
has a lie.:;- ct-l : .-. ce. Note the deep
lace t'itii in comiunvvi vi:' mber one satin ribbon
pulLed through the lace. It's features are all good, but
it has one verv strong k;:t hat is the design and
shape, whioh is curved the hips that is cut
away thus making hip pressure impossible.
We can show you many other good styles rang
ing in price from 35 cents up. Visit our Corset De
partment, let us show you the best brands which are
always right in price.
DAVID A. GLENN.
Of the Cape Girardeau
Association rebruary23, 1S99.
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as shown 1.1 ti.r ks and .,..-..- .-f said Aiatim.. 1 1 . Kmti:. President '
SiiliK-rii.i-,1 ai d urorn t l ton- nie tiiis
.My conilnissiim cxi-ir- Ani:.-t 1st, Kl
baa ctemonMrated ten thocsarid
timsc that it is almost inf all ibis
IrreffulariUes tn derange Tnrnt.
It ban become ti.e Icadit-g remedy
for this cl:ii cf troubles. It exerM
s wondcrfuJiT !i?ai:Dg, Ftrenthen
Injf anu f-.-iiiin iaduence upon
the men-ti.1 ! crrar?. It cure
'whites' aii'I fallincf the rcmb.
It stop oo j.og at-d re2.erc9 fiu-
S rased anil pvnftil mnstraatlon.
or Chang? of Life it is the fcest
mcdicino nace. It la beneficial
during pregnancy, and helps to
brinjr children into homes barren
for years, it invieorates, s'.iaiQ
lates, atrengthen the whole sys
tem. This great remedy is offered
to ail afilii-ted vomen. Wot will
bj woman autfer another minute
with certain relief within reach?
Wine of Cardni only costs $1.00 per
bottle at your eras btore.
For aMce. in entn vroulelne apfdal 0 Iret
Swm, addrtn. fniie rsmptomt. Vi "Lading
Rev. I. W. SMITH. Camdsn. S. C. T:
B to hill
my who usee wineoi uirauisinoms
faiimo of uit omD ana n enursij
fHiss Qr;ri5tiije vurpeeler,
Stenoarapner and Tupewrlter
Prepared tc do work on short notice Son.
Which are well known
hroughout the U. S.
They are as good as
ny made and are as
w in price as any
opular Corsets. In
; ct we believe we can
.Low you a better cor
: -1 for your money than
t u can buy elsewhere
he Corset like cut is
beauty it is ne of
i:r$i .oo Corsets which
' : have in black, drab
and white. It is a
Building and Loan
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IToiitr, ut..i i t to nithiimwals
liiir.Tt- ! in lMHk withdrawal talup l iilT in
Atra - .,rH jn mem ,
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.Mi t:n l-! W'i:k .Lu c in the Lent manner
-.nd at moderate prices
ROOFING ANO G-.TTERING
fv!. E. LErw'-iMG,
."a iiiU'.-'i liv . r of and Dealt r in Hough
t'M'DKSS. o.k AND CiL'.M
i"! i'l'KSS I.ATIf .XD .SHJXGLKS.
Mil! aiid yard south of railroad
1 ops. ('ape Cirarde.m.M
C. LINDEMANN &. SON.
OF ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine, iplar, cypress, oak,
pimi, walnut, ash and cherry. Also flooring
and ceiling: all grades, i'ihibhii.ft lnmhor,
laths. shiiiL'lr-s, nionldinirs, window and door
casii-gs. Window and dwir frames, all sizes
made to order on short notice. Delivered any
where inside cf city limits.
Spanish St, Cape Girardeau, Mo
F. P. STEVENS PRp.
The very best, bread baked every
dry and delivered to customers ia
any part of the city.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
104 Broadway, Cape Girakdeait, Mo