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title: 'The Cape Girardeau Democrat. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1876-1909, April 29, 1899, Image 5',
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'KTrrttnc of Local Form To be
Found That la of Interest.
Drink less breathe more.
Eat less chew more.
Clothe less bathe more.
Ride less walk more,
Worry less work more.
Write less read more.
Preach less practice more.
Talk less think more.
The transfer boat was not here this
morning and the passengers (or the
Illinois Central train crossed the river
on the ferry boat.
The stone masons are at work on
the foundation of John F. Vogel
sanger's new house.
The big saw in Leming's saw mill
flew to pieces last Saturday, but no
one was hurt.
Dr. Simmons' Sarsaparilla effect
ually aids weak, impaired and debili
atted organs of both sexes. Its action
is quick and lasting. Fifty cents and
The Cape Brewery and Ice Company
will have out its celebrated Bock Beer
next Saturday the best beer on earth.
Hon. Louis Houck is up in Perry
county superintending the construct
ion of the Perry ville and Ste. Gene
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. 'IVyre
sample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple WillsonV drug store.
William Jaeger, representing the
Gold Springs Distilling Co., of St.
Louis, is in the city. Mr. Jaeger is a
nephew of Joseph and John Jaeger of
this city. He is a clever young man
and represents a good house and we
hcie our saloon keepers will treat him
The river is on the boom and there
will be plenty of water for the voyage
of the L. S. cruiser up to St. Louis.
Stay that barking by using Ballard
Horeho'.ind Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of the throat,
and relieves conjestion of the lungs
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disapoints.
r,0 cents. I. Ben. Miller. 25nd
The young folks had a surprise
partv at the residence of Joe Jaeger
last night. '"Dot Little German Hand"
furnished the music and those present
had a pleasant time.
Let us all pull together and have
one big day when the cruiser Nash
ville stops at our wharf on her way
up the river.
Don't forget if you use Putnam.:
Fadeless Dyes you don'l have to -end j
for a package for wool a. id one for J
cotton. Each package colors all j
lilers. Soid by V. H. Coerver. It
John F. Woody came up from'
Blnumti -Id Saturday. Mr. Woody is j
now located at Kloomtield and he l ;
making friends there. ! Xt until on:- home people stick to
Dr. itobt. F. Wichtcrich has oiieued j J,IK. enterprises will Cape Girardeau
an office in the Sturdivant Bank put on an a pj-ca ranee of self -import-buiiding.
During the ribseuce of Dr. j amv. W haw everything in Cajie
1'atton he will attend all call- for Dr. ;;irardeau a. id vicinity v.c need, but
. l'atton. j the trouble with many of our people
What is it A cure Tor Coughs,
Colds. Croup. Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness. Sore Throat, and all
lSronctiia! Affections of tin1 Throat,
Che-t and i.uugs. ,Vt doj-es for r" 1
lent-. Mo. icy refunded if it fails to !
give -atisfaction: we mean ir. .-1111-1.
...-' I'.-n. ii -vi-nit. For -ale bv all
' . . 1 "
( r;u gists.
"SUAY. 1 1-i'l us ail iui logcuier aim u.i e
j one big gala day when the war .-hi; j 1 :"
-aw mill, which was : ,.(nos her-. Fverybody in the conn-j :l smve
month is hcill-' I t,..- ;il ti --. tin- lii.- v:i r -liin i !"'fla ill
'i he Kacchele
de-troyed bv lir
The river i- getting up
near the top
of its banks and still rising.
Heiirv Meyslead is bavin
frame house aero:
: the street from the
1)KMX.'KAT ollice repaired inside and
UallardV Snow Liniment. There is
no jiain it will not relieve, no swelling
it will not subdue, no wound it will
not heal, it will cure frost bites,
chilblains, and corns, il and ."-O cents.
I. Hen Miller.
If we make the proper efforts we can
have ten thousand people in this city
to see the gunboat Nashville. Kvcry
bodv will want to go aboard of the
war craft that tired the first gun in the
There was cjuite a large crowd at
the ice cream festival at the residence
of Hon. L. F. Klostermann last night.
The cake walk was all right and there
f- L-i.-k. -..e.inst
Doi.'t forget il you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Kach package cole
tilers. Sold bv W. II. Coerver.
F.en Hlair. of Arbor, is in the city.
Mr. Blair has been in bad health for
some time and be came here for the
K-netit of bis health.
. A. Felzer, who has been working
for Jodie Flynn for the last twelve
months, left today for Sikeston.
".lack." as he is called, is a good
There will be a special Grand Jury
for the May Term of the Circuit Court
and violators of the law may peet
to hear something drop.
Charley Stone has charge of the
grocery business of the firm of
Flentge, Johnston & Cot. There is no
man in the city better posted in the
grocery business than Mr. Stone, ana
the people who patronize nim know
this. He is a clever gentleman and is
always ready to look after the inter
ests of Ma patrons. When you want
anything in the grocery line just tell
Charley Stone and he will "do the
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.
A citizens' meeting was held last
night at the Schawano club rooms to
make arrangements for a reception to
the gunboat Nashville that is expected
here about May 10th. An execntive
committee composed of Mayor Coer
ver, D. A. Glenn, L. J. Albert, L. S.
Joseph and Emil Pctt were elected
with power to appoint all the necessary
Sheriff Gockel will have the select
ing of the Grand Jury for the May
Term of the Circuit Court. Mr.
Gockel is well acquainted with the
people and he will make no mistake
in the men he selects.
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 Ihese
complaints or you would have been
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. Wm. H. Coerver.
The people of Cape Girardeau
should patronize the lieople of Cape
Girardeau for everything they need.
Money sent away is money gone from
us anu our heirs forever.
The Dkmocuat can do any kind of
printing that can be done with type.
Don't forget this.
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billions, 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.
We have not lieen having a very
rushing business in this city for the
last three or four weeks, but we are
not disheartened. When the clouds
roll by we will come to the front and
show the public that we are a business
people in a business little city
The big steamer Hill City, down,
landed at the I'nion Mills today and
took on a big lot of llour.
i.'riah Jones, He.ekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of Dr.
Simmoris' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
ties free. Satisfaction or money re
unded. For sale by a!lduggi-ts.
is they don't Mi'ai to know it.
Moment- are i-eles- if trifled away
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where me
Minute Cough Cure
1)K.diat relief. W.
would firing im
.Mr.-, .luiia K. Harris is visiting her
-i-ter, Mrs. I.inusSanford in .laekson.
-i-ter. Mrs. I.inii-Nainoi'il 111 .lanison.
. . - . . 1 - . . 1
j and we -hoiild be prepared to let them
! know when tue -hip will !e ln-iv and:
: then be prepared to entertain them,
i Kvil a'ter eib-i-ts never loliow
I n-e of lb Ie-H's I'epiterllKIlt
Tonic. It is a
isant 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
Prosecuting Attorney 'Hiin-s was in
the city yesterday, tie was here at
tending some eases in the Justice's
That -bow window in P. A. Clenn's
store is surely
1 thing of beauty. It
( js the handiwork of John Stratnian.
j one of the'licst show window dressers
o.,t -f Minm-i ll.m t f:ii
III im ..'--Lv y ' .-. -v. .
to stop and iook at it as vou wander
up or down Main street.
I Tabler's ibiekeye Pile Ointmen,
;.,t... ....i;-f It U-a v, inthims
mation and heals. It is prompt in its
action and positive in its effect. It it
the kind that cures without pain or
discomfort. It is for piles only .",(
centy. tulie- 7" cents. I. Heu Miller.
An oversow this year would ahr.o-'.
produce a panic in the great valley of
Married, in this city. April --"id.
I v.i. by William Woeleke. Justice of
the Peace. Mr. Louis 15. Hunze and
Miss Catharine Kussmaul
JmUje Joseph Hunter of New Madrid
has been in the city several days, vis
iting his daughter. Mrs. Louis 1?.
KIDNKV DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidtjey
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
The river rose six inches last night
and is still rising.
That man who- is practicing on a
born should hire- a cellar on some
back alley, where his outrageous
tooting would not annoy the people of
the whole town.
Dr. uollston i figuring on building
him-eif a new residence this year.
The high water, we understand, is
interfering with the transfer business
at G ray's Point.
Small precautions- often preven
great mischief. De Witt's Little Early
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. H. Coerver.
F. A. Kage will auction off the
Tatum stok of goods next week. The
sale will continue till all the goods
A paper drummer called on us this
morning. He is not the same man
who was- here about eight months ago
and who was called upon by a crowd
of respectable citizens and given time
to get out of the city.
Running sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may becuredby using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes., strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. W. H. Coerver.
The Western Poultry and Game
Company paid out seven thousand
dollars this month for poultry.
Adolph Ruediger, Jr., who is the
head brewer at the Caie Brewery has
prepared a brew of bock beer for the
bock beer season this year that will
be pronounced when it comes out. the
test beer ever put on the market in
Rich, Red anil Pure Blood can be
bad by using Dr. Simmons' Sarsapa
rilla. Only 0 cents per bottle and M
full doses for an adult.
Congressman Vandiver telegraphed
to Washington this morning for in
formation alioat the gunboat Nash
ville, now on her way up the river.
When he receives an answer we will
probably lie able to give the date of
her arrival at Cape Girardeau. Ar
rangements will Ik- made to keep the
boat here a day or two when she comes
so that everybody will have a chance
to see her.
K. W. Flcntge and Ed Johnston, of
the linn of Fleiitge. Johnston V Co..
have been in St. Louis this week pnr-
cha-iiig new goods for their big store
in this city.
A cough is an easy thing To cure if
taken in time. It is dangerous to neg-l--ct
one for any length of time. Dr.
Simmous'Cougii Syrupis guaranteed.
Fifty cents a bottle, tor sale by ail I
I'he Western Poultry and -an 6 I
ny or St. i.wuis ::;ivt- --
it.l do!h-.r :o the World's Fair
The branch house in thi- city
! ivays ready
n- !:1 of the
' We 11
'J'!, ir.e- appointed at a eiti-
! zens' 1 h--;d Monday night to
j iu:ik'- : . i -.iiei.t- to rodve the war
-hi;. :-,;t ''.: met th'i afternooa in
th-- -i room in the First
National ih: ni..
l---.i a -uiieivr irom chrome
. ever since the war ami hav
11-eiJ . .
.. - of medicine for it. At
e.ii one remedy that ha- been
i a cure, and that is Cham
Coiie. Cholera and Diar
rhoea It.unedy. P K t iri-ham. iaars
Mills. I.a. For sale by I. H. n Miller.
Hen I'-ergmami. who ac--id-n tally
shot himself ysterday is. we 1111 ler
stand, badly hurt. The d--c'ors are
working on his wound today.
A young man got a hand cut off by
the saw in Charley Klatner's saw mill
.1. Maple Wilson has a pencil sharp
ener that will sharpen a pencil in les
than half a minute and sharpen it!
better than can Ik- done with a pocket
The Hievclist's Hest Friend" is a
i :! Matve. always
idy for emer-
While a specific for tiiles. it
ilso instantlv relieves and cures cuts. I
1 . .
alt rheum, eczema and all
I a tTections of the skin. Ft never fails
! "m. II. oerver.
I Mrs. .Itulge J oweil 01 .New .waui u.
! is visiting .Mr. ami 1.01111..
j Houck in this city.
A horse thief stole a line mule from
: Joint Klughart at the south end of the
Itock Levee hist night. Mr. Klughart
was in the city today looking for the
mule and the thief.
! It is not generally known, but it is
I true, nevertheless that Mark Hanna
! has a relative in thi city.
Louis Sehlueter left a bunch of lire
1 lettuce at this oflice thi morning, the
' fine-t we have seen grown in this see-
Clem Hoeller, who has lieen at the
hospital in this city several weeks,
has returned to his home. He was
nursed through a hard spell of sick
ness and is now able to return to his
-tern Poultry and Camel,,- l;,-',, forethought wi:l ;:l-o
river rose three inches last
and it has been rising today,
but very slowly.
On the I5th of May will be played
in this city the opening baseball game
of the season. It will be a game be
tween the merchants of this city and
the drummers who come here to do
business, and it will be a game that
will interest everybody.
Mr. P. Keteham o! Pike City, Cal.,
says: "During my brother's late sick
ness from sciatic rheumatism. Cham
berlain's Pain Balm was the only
remedy that gave him any relief."
Many others have testified to the
prompt relief from pain which this
liniment anords. For sale by I. Ben
August Shivelbine has put in a new
gasoline engine in the Arcade saloon
to run his fans and electric lights. So i
far the machin is working all right.
It will be the same old thing in the
public school Tor another year. -There
may be some ebangt in the assistant
teachers, but the principal' will hold
There is no reason why every saloon
in Cape Girardeau county should not
sell Cape beep. The Cape Brewery is
a home institution and it should have
the support of our people, even if it
does have its printing done in Ireland.
I was seriously afflicted with a cough
for several years, and last fall had a
more severe cough than ever before.
I have used many remedies without
receiving much relief, and being rec
ommended to try a bottle of Chamber I
Iain's Cough Remedy, by a friend,
who. knowing me to be a poor widow,
gave it to me. I tried it. ana with the
most gratifying results. The first bot
tle relieved me very much and the
second bottle has absolutely cured me.
I have not had as good health for
twenty years. Respectfully. Mrs. Mary
A. Beard. Claremore. Ark. Sold by
I. Ben Miller.
There are no factory whistles blow
ing in this city for twelve o'clock, for
six o'clock or for any other o'clock.
Joe Meyer, after fouling nearly all
the horses in Cae Girardeau at his
house on the day of the wedding, is
still hauling hay to the city for sale.
F. W. Pott is having his stave fac
tory over in Ill'nois recently destroy
ed by liiv. rebuilt.
Congressman Vandiver went down
the river last night with tin I . S.
Theeity authorities are dimming big
lime stone rocks into the mud holes
on .Morgan wan ,-mv; ami mercnj
ruining tint once beautiful -mi'oth
l nrtr.a 'emer.i kei-e.-more peoi.l
i. ,...,...:,...,.,,..,. .... ti... :..iv ,t
.,,. To i.e successful one .mist
j U,, ,k nhe..d and plan ahead so t :.;:t
j .,.. :i f;. votv.hl" opport-i -lity p. - v.-n;s
j itself !.,. rea.iv to take advantage
-It e.;iii-ii-c and valtiabli
!' I A prudent ami ca rcfin 111:111 i
: bottle o: ciiamlicrlain's Col
' and I:arrho--a Kerned y
' house. ;!,. -h!f:!e-s t.-yow
J iiuli! t:eei---i; y comp-'' it a
j ruin hi- 1m t norse going for ;.
land have a big doctor l.-ill to ;
I -ii'e-: on-- pays oui 1'V tiie
I out a hundred dollars and t
' de--s why his neighbor is -getti'i
' ' whil" he is getting
iw;,ii,. ..! is "e'.;i:i"' ne.or. r.
I by I. lii'ii Miller.
1 Henry . Asthoi
! city for the Security
! Insurance 'ompar.y
is agent H
Trust ami Life i
This company pays live dollar per
week- for sicklies- for two dollars a
year premium, ten .!oiiar per week
for four doll;!
' dollars tier week for
ten dollar ler
jjvar ami nit
! twenty dollars
loiiai- ier "ecu iui
I us all tiil together and
one grand big day when tin- wa:
Nashville comes here.
The river is now on a stand, but it
it reported from above that another
i big rise is coming,
j Win.' II. Hitters of this ity has la-en
j chosen Grand Ward-n of the Grand
iCommatidery of Knights Templar of t
'the State of Missouri. This is an
1 honor never liefore conferred upon
any Templar in this part of the State,
land it fell upon deserving shoulders.
; Tims. W. Hill has severed hi con
jnections with the water works and
i electric light company, and is now in
I business for himself. Mr. Hill is an
exerieiiced pluiiilier by trade, and he
! is prepared to make estimate- anu
I take contracts for plumbing for large
I or small jobs. He can be found at
: the Franklin House or you can ring
I him up at Phone No. 14!. tn
I. ting Irritation
rur.tier to consumption.
Honey will etr-c it.
j that a con
iK-h strength to the lung
h or a cold will not settle
Twentv-rive cents at all good
One eight room slate roof brick
dwelling house, with all modern im
provements, located on lots 7 and e.
in range A. iOxl' feet in size, known
as thd"Morton house. Apply to
HEXRY A. A5TH0LZ.
It is Our Purpose to Please You!
Purse nor Foot.
AN EXQUISITE SHOE
FOR DRESS OR
Made by The Brown Shoe Co
St. Louts that means Style
kind with the sole just a little stiff flThe sort for the
little "tot" that is beginning to walk, 50 cents a pair and
up. : Then comes the kind for the larger child which has
a spring heel, neat toe, good soft ileather, ranging in
size fromj5 1-2 to 8 and in
Now for the shoes for the
styles and weights, ranging in price from 75c. to $2.00.
The Misses or older girl can be suited also from 1.00
to "2 00 a pair. Ladies shoes from 1.00 to $4.00.
Young men's shoes from $1.00 to $3.00. Men's shoes
in working for 1.00 to $3.00. In men's dress shoes
from $1.25 to $4.50.
ur selection of shoes before yau buyjCf
DAVID A. GLENN.
,,i then ziMtiY'A.
l ooctor il T), t-ll-V'J 1 L - f j
other - t J 1 H'"T'5ulcKsMfltf"5Bsey
this yia m
j styles in the market, and prices to suit.
JNO. F. VOGELSANGER,
116 Main Street,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
We Make a Specialty of Country Orders.
FRANK H. DUNLOP, Agent
Summers & Tobler have this Beer on Tap.
We are, this Spring,
better able to satisfy
your disires than usual. Z
For instance you . are Z
looking for a good pair j
of shoes. It would
certainly be to your in
terest to make your pur
chase where you can
get the best possible
shoe for your money.
That is just exactly what
we offer you the
best for your monty
you may get just what
you are looking for
and it may not cost you
quite as much as you
thought it would. How
ever we will assure you
that if you do buy of
us you will have a satis
factory shoe, an easy
fitter and correct style.
Baby shoes, soft sole
kind, proper shape,
oeerrtp-l rr-l"tc A r rente !
a pair; and another
price from 50 cents to $1.25..
Miss and small bov, all kinds.
Call on Vogelsanger
and see the new Quick
Meal Gasoline and
Blue Flame Oil Stoves.
1899 Stoves. No old
stock. No danger in
handling them. A
child can operate
Also a full line of
Quick Comfort Re
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