Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Cape Girardeau Democrat. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1876-1909, August 12, 1899, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PuWISliere.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1899.
Vol. XXIV No. 17
A. II. (i!!ANT IKAI
Jlriu ( ourl all May alurduv ana
Jlieaul I "t lock -imurtj .Morntii:;.
tiarycy '.rant .::.-u at rii t
h:jme :u Jackson, Sunday morning-, j
A ';;-: iHli. Is!'.'. j
Mr. 'Irani was a Justice of the ;
V.tce and held court all day Sat- i
"JrJ:v. He wa-, on iu: streets Same- ;
lay i. ht talking with friends jil :
ajipeatf il to In- in th: If-st of heal'li.
He. went home at an early hour and j
retired at his u-ual hour. Some ime
after lb'; midnight hour he complained j
thai he ft.-it had anil at 4 o'clock he
died of !! ft faii'itf. 1
A.iwrt If. Grant was well I:".'.!'.!!! to.
"lif pet,:.!.- o! .ape . irartlcaii nanly.
He wa- pcov.inei.t as a civ.'.en ami
prominent a- a politician. V'hf iif
jf thf s udder death of Mr. Grant was
sail !. To his friends. Tl--re is i.o
ma;: in "in- -.c.nty who wa- held in
higher '.-ru t hitu Albert .V. I Irani.
Hi- friei:j- k-P" i.-gion.
l -i"rprisini' fact."
t.hat. in :n v iw.cls in all
uf J1:" world, for ti c last ten
y-ar-. 1 lwe nu t nmrc p? pie havine
t;s-i. .I"v. "i's Aiieust Flu'vr than any
uti.t r ivi -iy. Iirdysic!)s.:.:i. ilerancd
liver it.nd -tomach. and f;i constipii
tior:. f.f'sjd for ttmrists salesmen,
or ft.r tte-ous lillinj- olliw positions,
when? it-adaches and "elieriil bail
fwlitis; 'com irre"uLa.r .'labits exist,
that t-if.ns August Fker is a jjraiid
remetly. It tbes not iuju-ethe system
yb frei -nt use, and xtf llent for
stjar -tonunrhs ant! ;ndijestion.'"
SaLile oolties free at V" 1 1. ( 'oerver.
Soiu b."' dtriilers in til civilize
To t4.- lJHriisJ Hie -"iiial t-liM.t.
T; .1'oarti of llvvat f the Thinl
Uis-rict State .Vormv.l S-liool will arf
m'.t . i!"ii:ieti uuitilier tf pupils to ti-MtiCr.-!
-cm! Traif.'injr S-!uxd fur. A
wel. -oiif i -ted intxl-41, and IraiuifJr
sclnri!.'- an ess.-iilia! .i.trt of a Xt--nial
-f h'itil. N.etio'"t ill 1h-spared
tO UUt.k'.' tilt" IV.-illiilie Svvotll extt )ej.'t
in ei-.-:"- iiarilciilur.
A eo'.'ip- . -m siiinirv.j-ir has I-ji
e;.p...Veti. I lillel" his S.-J ie"V isioll ti."J
ciiil'.'"'i." attending the -s-hooi will re
ceive in,- m..-t skillful i.nd thoroui'ii
trairilar. I'aifJils ak' take advant
age ' T!.i- ojiportunity ill secure fr
t.i.-ir ch'Jdr.-ii ail the ad' antiiees of a.
sina!.'. v-ll conducted t.ra'niriir schoo1:
anu the .' 'resilient and Lioarti will be
assj-i ' in estabii.-biuir an excellent
tnoi!.-.' iim lraiuin:r s-:t mil for
ben.-Ll :!' tile Xorma!. ' hihlreu un
der si: ;- ";;i - old will no receiv.vl.
l"ir iurtl ""i" particular- --e the I 'resi
V.'. -.. J )s A K.Mt NT.
n in-autifui i;! iid's
disliuifii ivith .viie liii.'jvitv;. burstin;
tiiroui:.': lit skin pimjije- blotche
and -ores and saiinei" still, when thj
youi.e- atu' innocciit are U:-"iirhed t'.t
and twitVjiJ hi all such casi-H. I'aivr.ti
should irive them that -txid.fnd Jim
remedy. Su'iihur I5ittei, .v-Lich wi I
search and drive out of the bloc I
every parUie of humor..- Hea'.t i
A new game for society hasii;'.iJenly
iii-lde its ajijiearaiiw, and as siieiet
it- notoriously I'ckle in its attachments
it's aItoeethe.i" likely, that 'oLf and
teunis will tie sn.-edilt ' abandoned in
favor of the new-comer, which lulf 'lie
democratic and hoiielessly vulvar
naufc of "squash."' Stjuash is tiie
familiar Knelish -auie of "lives," a
sjieeies of handbalh only the ball is
knocked against the wall by a tenuis
racket instead of the baud. In order
to play squash it is essential to have
A building specially erected, and tiie
building must cost 81'KK. The side of
any old brick wall would answer all
purposes, but for the sake of the cos
tumes there must Ik- a long hall with
solid iloor, ceiling and walls, and a
gallery, the latter being devoted to
the spectators. That .-quash will lie
the fad for the rest of the summer is
.f rtain, for Mrs. W. K. Vandcrbilt,
Jr., is building a squash court at New
port, and what Mrs. V. K. V., .If.,
does goes. For the rest of the season,
therefore, society will have summer
squash. Ch ica go Tri b u ne.
A KrlKlitlul Hlunder.
Will often cause a horrible liuiu.
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Uucklin's
Arnica Salve, the best in the world,
will kill the pain and promptly heal
jt. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores,
Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Crns, all Skin
Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth.
Only 2T cents a box. Cure guaranteed
Sold by 1. Ben Miller. Druggist. 1
1 1 l:t; Harvest riv-iel's liar.uuelt-r.
A ::v:w stirt of an einuarrasMiieut is
besetting some of tile Western farm
ers. They can not get enough men to
enable tln-in to gather their crops.
Tin: employment agencies and the rail
road companies are importuned to
furnish them with laborers, but the
supply in many tmafters remains far
b-!ow the demand. The embarrass-nt-!;l
hits the farmers from two direc
tion... The crops a if larger than
Usual, and the niiiulicr of men avail
able to help t, gainer lhei:i is far
smaller iha-n i? has
years in tli-- U'fi. '
ix-en iii many
lilliim is due to I'r.iv it;
1 t- i" is caust-u oy tin.
j has come to 'lie ci;t;re country,
j Tli-; situation in some parts of 1
i..-sl is wJlhout precedent since t
i." .li the civil war. 'i'he a.-ti vit v
li in.- ".vat ln.es, of indiistrv has
drawn the -urpliis labor away from i soon as i hey ticich-n their tiat i .-s.ii i
the farniicej- district-, and it can not 'n safety after their iorioiis ca mpa i n
lie if;"iiet. Higher wai-es ilian wc4f ' hi-cfeil ami l-l';.a'"h-i! about it
paiti in main years past aif otVer.-ii U-'id cursed inis coiitlera lily tor i -for
larm txukeis in many phut s in 'j''"" so much on ll:- Nebraska It m
the ";-t. but the slipjily keeps far j tiuie of need. it i- the most t.'aiiL-er-h.-iow
th-demand. In some quarters oils and u.-sierate i-;.-.ls of the soldier
it is said the absence of a -ullicic-nt that he afterward ifcalls with the
ijhuiIk r .: harvesters i- ;-sultiu- n sfifate-t pri-ie a!:ti plt-a-nr.-. N.-I.i as-.-erioiis
injurv to the crop-. The ' k:i Stat- -lourna !
Is tieUji"" -j4tiV;i---.-i) or
farm wirkers. but the number who
are bcit-'g obtained is uiitcb -iuller
tuaii ii'.auy tveeutyejt!'. aotuiliis-Viud-iiii;
the increase in population.
This .ribiite from tl'e harvest lields
is sii:iilicaiil. It re'culs a lut-dness
activity throughout the coiin'.rv which
Las jvt been approached -iv many
ear-- It has sileii.-cd thc-'arlamity
crit ni the pifaclievs ol disaster.
Nobi..U hears lryii.ii jisk now if auy
botlv '.'as scull i;..-u. .I'risieri'". That
jiarti-ilar pit-.- f jmbKi-.yity i;t
Ueii. .-tired. J'ros.lr-eity W bere. it
is ic'l in every Stale in the 1 nioli. in
ilryau's as u.-ll a- tin- rest, in-"
fariu.-.es td Nebi..-ka a-? ollering
highei" wa"es for laborer- .than have
been iaid ill Uiat tnm-ttu" fir many
yeaf-i but they re not .retting a--many
as tliey wi.ot. l-.vcry dollar
wliiei' the Nebra-ka iarmers are oiier
ing to laitorer.s to -help them to gather
tiieif :vheat a uJ 1-o cultivate their if ill
is uo.-th l(nc in gold, thacks to the
work vhich was dotH? on Novemlier -'!.
ls'.iti. nhen fretr .-iiferism v its smasliexJ
in lit; t'nited St-ites. yet ileyati".
migU'iors liud it difficult to gel a
siitlic'ent supply of men to meet the
demards of iJi.-ir intrvest liebis. .lohu
'v ilii-s. on a vse!! reineinl.iered tH-ca-sioii.
told Ieoi"ge 111. that he was
never much of a H'ilkesite himself.
Jfthe ehief of American deisiagoui-.s
hail U'e senst; of .is Hritisii prototyjie
he woi.'hl tell Lis eountryiufli that Ik
would 'it-an anti-it'-yanite li.-rca ftcr.
Free 1 4 iiuriu.
Any tdult sufl'ef.'Tig froiii a co'd
settled on the Is'ea-sl. '.-onchitis
yunat f lung tro'J-Wcs of ."..ay nature,
iio will call at W. Jl. (.'o.-rver, will
if jires-i'ited w ith a -tain pie bottle of
JJtisciiee.'s tlernutn .Syrue. free of
charge. Only one b-ttie given to one
lierson. :nd none Ut '-uild'tii without
order iron jiarents.
Stt tliro'j.t or lung iiiuedy ever had
such a .j-ile as Hosx.-b.eeV Jernian
Syrujt ic .all parts ' tiie -ivilizeU
world. Twenty years go millions of
bottles w:av given away, and your
druggists v.lll tell vou its success was
tnarveous. It is reitlly the only
lliroat and I-ung Kenittdy retierally
endorsed bs iihvsicians. i ne cent
bottle will cure or prom Its value.
Sold by de2.1-rs in ail civilized.
A lilg "-alary tlrnb.
The Modern Woodmen of Anierica
at the late meeting- of the Head Cafnp.
advanifd the saJaries of the officers
as follows: Head Consul, $.5,000: head
clerk, S4..10O: head banker, :i,ti()o: tiie
board of direcUirs. -l."ia day: a board
of authorities, 12 a day: a law com
mittee. And from year to year
this advancement in salaries will go
on until the backbone of the order is
broken and the beneficiaries ?J be
come too old to get insurance else
An exchange says: "Think of pay-
ing a common, everyday son oi a
man from to !" a day when 1."i0
or is all he is used to. A big kick
from those who pay the assessments
and have no "pull" is now in order.
The Kaslc, Kins ol all ltlrds,
s note i fov its,keen sight, clear and
distinct vision. So are those persons
who. use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any
kind or granulated.lids. Sold -by all
dealers at 25 cents.
t.i l.c Asiiiiiu.1
tl ti 'i'lieir
According to the testimony of the
Omaha World"- Herald m:t:i. taken in
the dead ol night, f.-et. away from
the Nobm-ica -oidit i. .iinii: -ich a
hubbub of cs.-apli.g .". a i. .:. I wallop
ing waves thai he sain ""if could
clearly hear anything." 'hey ail hate
tis ftir putting them in the place of
honor, as soldiers general iy deem it.
during the four months of active -. r
vice against the i;iurgt fits. O .'
these days 1h-se men will cherish the
j "'f"U:id coiitplimeat paid them In the
command.-!" of the Philippines a- il.c
rov. mi.-.- p-.-i i i iniiiiary "::
j 'ecrs ami woun: no: :i;i-..- it i . i r. . !:: .
lor Hie i'.oriu. tn.-y win he .-ry
nnn-h ."hiieri;:.tl some day. il it lies
in tiie power of a political or social
j 11 v;l ' lo tak- tip
;ane."iit I'.-psh- . i
-nil tl." til'-s of an
",!ie prt.t.r- tili.l. a-
Tetter, -alt-Uiit-iini ami Kcr.t-iua
The inu-nse itching ami smarting
incident to lliesv diseases, i- inslaiitly
allaycd by applying 'hamlM-rlain's
Eye and Skin ointment. Many v.-ry
bad cases ha'.t-- iieen M'i-maneiitly ciiifti
by iu It i equally erticicnt for itch
ing pi-s a-il a favorite remedy ior
sore liijipts. chapNtl haniis. chil
blains. fr-t .bites and chronic sore
ayes. J.V- j-r box. l-'.ir Mid- bv I
IJen Mil It-:-, ilruggist. .-!-iy
Tie t'ni iii.-r an.l Ills Trouble.
J-"riiie.r-r. 1'. Hawkins is having an
exp-rtieiiee ivith an army f grass
hopiiers ',n his farm west uf town.
Tliey apif'iiiftl abmt a wti-i ago ami
haiv In .n growing in -ic atid nuni
liers si.'i"e.Mfid bale s.-riviisl; laiuaged
a tiatch of eorii ami ti.-bi tf cotton.
They came from a meadow- close by
ik! so far nothing has -Uutpcd tliei.
progress, though co.il Wi is most
ePectivt . They art; d di !T-n-nt cohc-s
and art ".'alike the p.-sts that devasLM
toil L;t;ihus and N.irth M issouri JI!
years airo. -Kennett I t-u.. -rat.
Army wtrms have eaten all " -.-orn
ard clove-"- for 1 1 ft. Hjles. ,,-.'ng
three iii!;.;s south ol thi- vity. Tl.iey
vt-n- lirst notiifij Jast Saturtlay at
dhiii, and ip to y--t.;rdtv ! .Monday j
had .-at.-n his corn to "lie groeiid.
'J'li" worms ,"oinin..;nt-.-.i oc the fare; of
W.. I!. Aiia'iis. joining- iii tes' iield on
tb- south, jvitl are making rapid .m-o-grt.-ss.
Mr. Adams licgan p!oiiig
arovml the v liter edgx- of .Vis teh! this
morning. In.yiing to stop them in this
matvier. It ,:s ivportetl that tn Lwer
As.b Hill ttrvnship this .-t ha- in
lua.KV cases ruined :iehis of corn
fop'tr Bluff Citien.
A luwr (f) Mc.llciiic.
The.t-e is a j Ietiicine w.'.os.- or o-
prieWrs do claim to have dis-
coveivd souk; hitnerto unA"iioun in
gredient, or tli.it it is a cuit-alL. This
honest medicine only claims 4Mire
Ttaiq diseases and that its ingred
ients aif recogitized by the most skill
ful physicians y.s lieing the liel for
Kidney jtnd MlaJder Diseases. Jt is
Foley's Jtidney Cuiv.
On one -side of tiie Kentucky Ki ver
lives a nuui named Joe Curd. On the
ithfr side of the titream lives a man
named Joe Curd, he lieing a nephew
of the Joe Cnrd living-on the opposite
side of thu river. Many years ago
they married sisters." both now have
grandchildren. A man out thereoffers
achromo to any one who can unravel
the relationship existing lietwit-n the
grandchildiv n of Joe 'urd. Sr.. and
his nephew, Joe Curd, Jr.. and vice
versa. New York Tribune.
Notice to Kaiulllex Wlxlilus to Hoard
if families who wish to board
students will semi their names to the
President of the Normal School,
stating the number of students they
can board or the number of rooms
they will rent, whether they prefer
young men or young women, at what
price they will board students or rent
rooms, and where their houses are
located, this information will be placed
on tile for the guidance of students
seeking board or rooms.
Mallard's snow l.lneinent.
If you have a terrible pain in tho
small of the back, get a bottle of
Snow Linement. It will positively
curej it and at once. Try it and re
comend it to your friends. Sold at
Wilson's drug store.
YOIKlLl. TMK FA OH1TK.
Ifplieiisi Keuirn to Try to xtciu the
Tide Airalnst ia"klelora.
JKKKKKSoN 1TY. Mu.. Auirust
The conres-ional cainpaii:n is warin
ii:ir up in the lahlli uislricl. T.mieht
at the ctinnty coui-J lions, in 'l is .-i'y.
Sm-etl Mosli adiir-'-s.-i: a i ' u. f -ra'.ic
l.i'"t:.i. A rra n;" n.enl - have u. .;i
uade for huiiiIh i .i! I), lu i. r.itie
-p-.c!:c- ; il .-.-. --' i.e e..:ill!V. A .i-l't-
- f i!.e I ief;;oci .:'ie ( o .l r.---!o::a!
i 'iin.ne-.t .- ha- also Is-.-i: c;-i!. .i ;'. r
.1. 11 ; -n ( "ity lor Ti.ur-.i.iy . . .....u.
next, i'liis in.-ttiiiL v.iil heallendtil
riv s;.i!i i niik mid a number of oilier
pi-'e::i r.eiit poiii.e aiis. 'I':i--i't is to b.
a picnic a' ''.-stpiiaii.i. Osaye
eillrtx. Illliie- ;rlll .h-jVersoM 'ity.
which i l be attended by both Mr.
Vosi...il an-: .lude :-eia kieior.;. They
wii. I'-.th speak, ami those Ih-si ac-ii;aiii1-d
with Mr. Vosholi ate lau'h
iu' to tin mseives over the Irolinciiiir
that i- in slot-- lor th - Democratic
in -pi:.- of ail "lie hurrah pr. -pa ra
tions that an- h.-iiie mad.- for the cam
paiyu by the Deniocrats. the can not
eoiitfal the fact that they ar" alarmed
i.-r the situation, and are au thin"
bin con cc-nt of v. ' n. :'. Some idea
ot :he gravity
the Democratic stai.dpoii.!. can best
lie gained when it is nuderstoo I that
Iov. Stephens ha- returned to Jeffer
son City to ivmain until after the
election, on the 2'.'h. He had inten
ded going to the Northern lakes in:
me. handy alter returning from CooiM.-r
county, bur Ids plans have Ik-.-ii
changed bv the danger to Judge
Shackleford. an.l he will forego his
pleasure trip and vacation to help
el.-et Shnckieford. The greatest con
lidcncc is apparent in Ut-puhlican cii
cles. and it is ih-lieved that Vosholi
will sweep the district like a w hirl -w-ltnl.
There is great di-a flection in
tin; Democratic rank- over iu Calla
way county, ami this, cnplcd with the
diminishing interest i.. "i.e silver ques
tion, ami the general satisfaction felt
with tiie way in vhich i "resilient Mc
Kluiey ha- ci nullified tin- war with
Spain ami in the 1 "l.i i . ppiu.-s will lie
potent factors in electing a Hepubli
can siiifcssor to "Silver Dick" Kland.
Wcrk Ia".s latle --trttii,
liiu. vi-ion made en-ar. -ty.-s reiiu.v.-u
and grannlatti iiiis ..r -on- eyes ..!
anv kiliii sK-edil ami eii.-. i i .
'ciircti ny ' lie u-e ol siuilK-rlanil sl-.agle
Eve Sal e. !t out up in tnlies. a n i
sold on a i: .ia raHtee ri ail g I drug
This is Hie Vcjir t.i Alt. -nit ..llctc.
There are today thousands ol young
H-op!e n the farms ami iu the village-
who are tied down by lack of
t-.Jij.-ation to work they heartily dis
like Are you one of tin 111. Ill v friend?
li -o. th" tii-ami Island Susiness ,v
Normal Col ic. can put oii on tin
road to -no- -- if you are ambitious
ami wiilniL stiniv. It makes t.o
til llcrenif l. w iiacKwaril vou arc . pro-
videtl you a plucky and mean busi
ness. We 1. a-ch everything necessary
for a sucvsslul start in life. If you
are short of money we will accept a
good note without interest for tuition.
Iist year more than iwice as many
calls were received .for our graduates
as couid !- supplied. Business Nor
ma I and Shorthand courses. Board
l."i0 R-r week. Established 14 years.
College Hivord sent five or catalogue
for II cents in stamps. This is a great
opportunity. Will you let it slip by:
Address, A. M. H.nt;i:s, i 'resident
(Irani! Island, Nebraska.
Three Koclors in Consultation.
From Benjamin Franklin.
"When you are sick, what you like
liest is to lie chosen for a medicine in
the first place: what experience tells
you is liest. to Ik1 chosen in the second
place: what reason (i.e. Theory says
is liest is to be chosen in the last place.
But if you can get Dr. Inclination,
Dr. Experience and Dr. lleasou to
hold a consultation together, they will
give vou the liest ailvio- that can In-
When you have a bad cold Dr. In
clination would recommend Chamlier
Iain's Cough Bemedy because it is
pleasant and safe to take. Dr. Ex
jierience would recommend it liceause
it never fails to effect a speedy and
permanent cure. Dr. Beason would
recommend it In-cause it is prepared
on scientific principles, and acts on
nature's plan in relieving the lungs,
Opening the secretions and restoring
the system to a natural and healthy
condition. For sale by I. Ben Miller.
To Whom It May Concern.
I hereby give notice to all persons
not to ere dit my wife Mille Nabe on
my account, as she has left my bed
and board without cause, and I will
not be responsible for any debts by
her created. Adolph Nabe.
Cape Girardeau,' Mo.. Aug. 7, l4!'!i.
.Mixing in Kentucky.
. Mr. Bryan is a ventur.-som.? en;..;-
.date for the presidency to 1 tkir.y
sides in tha stormy Democratic divis-
: i.)ii-in Kentucky. He is particularly
anxious to return his friend lilack-
burn to the l.'nite.i -States Senat--. but
! is aliowine a matter of sentim- :
I banish prudence, iiryan says i..
i eoin' to Kentucky to speak fort..
Ik"1. He has al.vay.s Ih-cu warmly it-'
Lvivetl by the silver element in the
State and l.-elieves tint be can savc
(Ioel.-l bv apiH-aliii'' to his followers
of ix'.i'i. If some secret rival wanted
to de-troy llrvau's remaining chauces
h- would advise this iuipul-i ve l ottrsi-.
IVesidetitial aspirants, if wise, keep
out of local quarrels of.-, ny nature,
Tin- Democratic tiivi-ion iu Kentucky
is not related to silver. A i.i-.v i - si;. -
iia- sprung up in the rstale w itnui li.e
hist v.-a r a ml ihe oltt currency ratio
docs not a tied it one way or tin.- ntuer.
t;,,el-l is opposed because he stole a
c. invention after gciting a law passed
to steal elections. The law was lioc-
liel's own conception. Me crowded It
throtlg'u ami then made himself the
Democratic candidate for (lovernor
by gagging the majority iu the State
con vent ioti. -
By going 1o Keittuitky to speak lor
tlocbel. Bryan gives his approval to
liie locliel election law illlll to his oUt-
r.igcous convention mcthotis. He ii;;..
ltnoi enough to carry without taking
this odium upon his shoulders. The
lo.-hel law is not approved by a ma
jority of voters in Kentucky. It had
barely "be votes required in the I.e-1-la'iiie
aiti-l' loiig liianipiihition.
TlmiisiUids if DeiuiM-rats have de
nounced it and are organizing to light
it at the polls. Mr. Bryan knows lit
;leot human nature if he thinks he
can interfere in this family quarrel to
his advantage or that of tin- party.
Taik Uf the old ratio is irrelevant,
and if he defends ( loetieiislu he com
mi's political suicide. Some Macliia-
! ye. li. anxious for his own advance
ment, must lie urging Bryan to take
this fatai leap. The whole proof ding
on tin' part of Bryan is so gratuitous
and ivckless that lie must be truler
the iufinciiif of some, schemer anxious
to induce him to kill himself oi'. iu
order that a new ticket may Im- named
next year. 1 1 Itdf-Democ rat.
im-.:-si i:-iin-ti tor
.;..;iii Malhin-. a v
I II x .
l'ula-ki. Kv.. says:
ring for over a wee!: y,ilh
llux. ami my pi: sictai. having faii.il
to relieve me, I wa- advised to try
'hanilH-rl.iiu's Colic. Choi, ra and
Diarrhoea Kemeily. and have the
pleasure of stating' that the hall of
onc'bottie cured me." For sale by .
A "surprise I'arty.
Thursday was charier BlaUner's,
birth-day ami a nnmlier of his friends
gave him a surprise. Mrs. Bluttncr
knew a few days ahead what to look
for ami she was pivparcd to give her
visitors a hearty welcome. By nine
o'clock fifty or sixty jieople were on
hand to enjoy the hospitality of Mr.
and Mrs. Blattner at their lieautiful
country home. A string band fur
nished music for the young jieople who
wanted to da no- anil hot as the
weather was dancing seemed to be
Tables were arranged in two large
rooms ami they were loaded with
everything- good to eat that could be
had in the market. Mr. and Mrs.
Blattner were here and there and
everywhere seeing that their friends
were "making themselves at home."
and we know that every one present
had a pleasant time.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. B. l Olivia, .of Barcelona,
Spain spends his winters at Aiken. S.
Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of his head. On
using Electric Bitters, America's great
est Blood and Nerve Kennedy, all pain
soon left him. He says this grand
medicine is what his country needs.
All America knows that it Hires liver
and kidney trouble, purities the blood,
tones up the stomach, strengthens the
nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life
into every muscle, nerve and organ of
the body. If weak, tired or ailinir
you need it. Every bottle guaranteed.
only aO cents. Sold bv I. Ber Miller.
Druggist. " 1
FAItM 'OK M.Y1.K.
A farm two miles from the East
Cape Girardeau, Illinois, ferry land
ing, containing 120 acres in high state
of cultivation. New two-story frame
house, well finished and in lirst-elass
condition: large new barn 4llxti0. The
Illinois Central Kailroad runs risrht
along side of the farm and has accom
modation switch for the farmer who
runs the farm.
For further particulars, price and
terms apply to
U. J. L0XH1EXXE.
jySwlm East Cape Girardeau, 111.
Wheaton on the Kebelllon.
San Fkaxcisco, Cal., August 7.
In sjiite of the doleful tales of the
troubles of the American army in he
Philippines and the reports that the
tield officers believe the government
has an endless war ahead .;!' it. (Jen.
Lloyd Wheati. n. in whom evcr sol
dier, vt.lunt-ei- and regular alike,
idac s ciiuiiiit .-!. believes that the
war wil! come to a spct ily teriuination
when the rainy seao'i closes, provi
ticil tiie govei-ninent iias a weli-equip-
iu'd armv at hand at that time.
A private letter from .Manila gives
j the following authorized interview
with tl.-n. Whi-aton: "A little energy
on the part of the army in the fall and
j winter will mkiu close the campaign.
; The Filipinos can Ik- driven off the
' island, if necessary, if the govern-
: meni semis us liic meii u I'lum?.
The war will end
it the close irf the
; rainy season.
j "American regulars
1 de-erve all tiie praise
ami volunttf rs
that has iieen
heaped upon them. Even the rawest
recruits that have iieen st-nl Here nave
after their lirs' engagement, shown
splendid courage. The older com
mands of regulars have done all that
could Im; asked of them. The volun
t.-ers art; invincible. Whenever new
forces are received and given a good
idea of the movements of the enemy
and iheir methods of lighting the end
of li.e rebellion will lie near at hand."
::-. ;t . r. iii-wun
sa-. s that his littie girl is troubled with
malari.! very severely, and that since
he gave ht i-sulphui" Bitters, he never
thinks of leaving New York for his
summer resort without a few bottles,
for '.!; y always cure his family, and
aif f.ii" s-iiperiorto quinine.
Insure Against; Sick r.f .-s.
A policy thai, only cost you two dol
lars a year will pay you five dollais;
a week lienelits if sick, or a policy ;V.
four dollars per year pays ten dollars
a week sick benefits, and if you take
an annua! policy for ten dollars you
will reo-i ve in case of sickness the
nice smu of twenty-live dollars per
week b uetits. Apply to
HKXKY A. Astiioi.
Agent ofliie Security Trust and Life
A Narrow l-'.spnp.
Thankful words written l" M r,.- Ada
E. Hart, of Croton S. D. "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs: cough set iu and finally- termi-
nttM i" wnnmption, Jfyur Boctors
gave me up. saying I could live cJ. 4
short time. I gave myself up to my
Savior, determined il I could not stay
with my friends on earth. ! would meet
my absent on-- above. My husband
was advised to get Dr. King's New
Discovery bo- Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in
all eight bottles. It has cured me,
ami thank Cod. i am saved and now
a well ami healthy woman." Trial
bottles five at I. Ben. Miller's Drug
Store . Begular size ."0c. and SI. 00.
(Juarant-N-d or price refunded.
To Kxrurslon 1'artles and Ketit
Care Spring I'ark just at the out
skirts of Anna on the Illinois Central
Kailroad is a beautiful iVaere park,
full of hills, rocks, shade trees, blue
grass and numerous springs. A suit
able place for church, Sunday school
or Public School excursions. Open
to all excursion parties. It is also a
great place to tent for a few weeks.
Corre sMnd with
C. L rich. Manager.
Anna. 111. mrlti-nlSClMw
That Thobblns Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life I'ills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit for Sick and nervious Head
aches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your
health. Easy to take. Try them. Only
i" cents. Money back if not cured.
Sold by I. Ben Miller, Druggist. 1
PAK.M FOIt SALE.
A farm of ! acres, one mile west of
the city of Cape Girardeau. The farm
is well watered with never failing
springs of pure water. Orchard of all
varieties of good fruit. Good frame
house of live rooms and good out
buildings. Farm in high state of cul
tivation. For terms and full particulars ad
dress LoUIS O.SWAU).
Cape Girardeau. Mo..
Or call on him on the farm near the
Fair Grounds. mayiO-d-n-iSKCl
Ladies who are interested in Art
Needlework are invited to call at the
Kiverview Hotel and see the lovely
specimens of -embroidery in shading,
Spanish laid work, Marie Antoinette
and other embroideries. Lesson hours
from i to 12 a. m. and i to 5 p. m.
Callers are preferred in the evening,
but are welcome at all hours. Terms
are reasonable and instructions thor
Miss Gholson, Teacher.
I . ' : - ...,.-vv J - . .- - - - - - . "