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Entered t the Post Offle t tape Girardeau,
Ho., u second-class nutter.
SATURDAY, AUG i T 12, 189!'.
The Dreyfuss case in France is be
ing watched by the pe-ple of all na
tions. After imprisonment for five
years on Devil Island Dreyfus is hav
ing a new hearing.
When a Southeast Missouri Uepub
lican wants anything from Uncle Sam
he is asked by some boss: "Have
soup, sir!" He gets soup whether he
wants it or not.
Charleston has a dog law. The
dog law won't work. Cape Girardeau
tried monkeying with the dogs a few
years ago, and every dog killed cost
the city two or three dollars.
The Republican who makes the race
for Congress in this district next year
will be required to show up a pedigree.
The Republican party has been fool
ing away time on scrubs long enough,
Col. Wm. J. Bryan is going to Ken
tucky to try to harmonize the Dem
ocratic factions. Bryan is a great
harmonizer in bis mind, but he failed
to harmonize the Democrats in H.
Two of the ugliest men in Missouri
have been elected Stoneand Stephens,
Stone would take a premium in a
baboon show and Stephens wonld
hustle a happy family of monkeys for
the first prize.
Congressman Vandiver is in the
city. Mr. Vandiver says he has not
yet decided whethei he will le a can
didate for re-election or not. He says
if he concludes to again make the race
he will get the nomination.
A lady who signs herself "Mrs.
George Dewey," and who lives near
nariesioii, .Mississippi countv, is
advertising land to rent near Charle
ton. Wonder if this Mrs. Dewev is
akin to the hero of Manila Uav?
Hon. Alberto. Allen, chief clerk in
the Auditor's office, is a candidate for
the Democratic nomination of Auditor.
If that office must be lilled by a Dem
ocrat we know of no other man we had
rather see hate it than Mr. Alien.
The raca of mankind would perish
did they cease to helpeaeii other. We
cannot exist without mutual help. AM
therefore that need aid have a riht
to ask it from their fellow men. and
no one who has the power of granting
it can refuse without iruiit.
The exports of iron ami st.ci man
ufactures i;i!-i:ig the pa-,! lisea! year
amounted to ". "4!'. A!! kind, of
American machinery is iindiug their
way to ail parts of the worl.l. Even
a railway bridge i:i the Soudan ami a
viaduct in India arc ovir.g bu'li ly
Savannah 'Ga-i News: line, great
need in the Smith a! pres.-nt is tech
nic;. ;iy educated young men. compe
tent 1o take charge of The new i:niu-
" , which are .-pringing up cv.vv
trie? . , .
ceil to vacancies n: the
"lav. or to ?n..
viiil and es'.a '.-!..
TJie IWiaa.-lcr at
t..,,i'"er with a pis
;o! Thai, with the
his gan on The
mail bag. He
editor of the -''
the other day a
ut of the
lOUlli -eilu t:
nt.r to th'-- rm-lM"'.c
huu a chance to shoo! Finii.ino
An AinLi !
, ..... -.!t-ikf-;i for ;i i
.TO WHO v..is -
cruelly K-ai'.-n by tlic l-i.a.v t .li.han-
il.u '.natt'.-r lias iivi
aii'l it '"1'
m-rit at V
than in (
Dr. A- I
; t-i- L-ot.-rr.-
! i.o -.'.ori' to '
i!i.i-!is iii Afri' ;
.. lrai:tis ant'
Doe -ay- hi
:l-U j.otato itiii!
n-.-s in iiis -;i
1 a- .-in
and lias v
i:ll Olil- ill' -i ;'"
The Doi-tor l. as a -- 1"-"a
as a truthful man am;
say la- haii corn with :;
one eml and oeanr.ts on
1'ilj-i-iin would accept i
;u.t. -lied I'.ud l'iljrrlir.-
the otlier tin:
as a soU-nii:
Here are some of the ter
ai-eordhiiT to a eoiiatry
r,. ;i-e likelv to
hefall a delin-
()uent: Last week a Jelinquent sub-ei-iKu-
said that he would pay up -Saturday
if he lived. He's dead. An
other. "I'll see you tomorrow.'" He
blind. Still another one said, "I hope
to, pay you this week or go to the
devil." Hes gone. There are hun
dreds who ought to take warning by
these procrastinators and pay up their
sub s criptions now. Ex.
' AKMs,wrcI,Mt advertise. thus
in his local paper: '"We -ell nothing
j but United States sutfar. Your choice
j of Hawaii or the Philippines. Patron- j
;ize home industries." It is easy to :
; that htf is an expansionist-, and he j
would not advertise in that way un
less he knew he was addressing a
community of expansionists.
"A committee of Cuban lawyers has
been appointed to suppress gambling
in Havana." says the Peoria Herald.
"The chances are they will not be able
to do it. If much like the American
lawyers here in the State of Illinois
who are sent to Springfield they will
be more likely to be hunting a chance
to sit in the game."
The negroes in the vicinity of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., have revived the
voodoo dance, and once a month sev
eral hundred of them participate in
this weird, heathenish mode of wor
ship. Negroes from all parts of Ala
bama and Mississippi have been par
ticipating in the dance. The appli
cants for membership in the band take
their seats in the middle of a dark
room. There they wait until a vision
is seen, and immediately arise and
relate it. If their story is horrible
enough the negro is admitted into
fellowship and at once begins his
The revolt against Candidate Goe
bel in Kentucky has taken on a more
serious aspect. The conference at
Lexington on August 2, which decided
to put an independent Democratic
ticket in the field, was largelv attend
ed and much earnestness was mani
fested. The charge is made that Goe
bel won the gubernatorial nomination
oy traud, and certainly he has in
dulged in some very sharp practice.
The bolters insist also that he is a
Gold Democrat, though Col. Bryan
has lately endorsed him as a bona
fide member of the regular organiza
tion. Ex-Gov. Brown is expected to
head the anti-Goebel ticket, and his
popularity should insure a large de
fection on election day. It ought to
be remembered, however, that revolts
are sometimes largest when they start.
There are still several months before
the votes are cast, and in that time
the rebellion may fizzle out. With a
united party the Democrats should
carry Kentucky oy twenty thousand
plurality this year. The question is
whether Brown can turn away more
than a few thousand votes from Goc
Hunt l ur-
Cures ali skin disease- ::: all its va
rioi'is Jori.'.s. .. interna i treatment
in cessary. ra',::::g uoney returneil
I. A . Kin-line.-
La Grippe has iicen prevalent
liis country, there La.?' lieeii found
i-i c .-'.eciiic. i)r iiumpi.iey
or sale by all druggists.
linvi i. :'i-r-.ciii rm-
' '.;.e "'Ai o.ihin-ii who are sl'ii
; . attack- of croup. Whenever
:'t:.ci: i- coming' on my wife ives
i Chamberlain's Cough K-.-ii.tdy
1l ,ih..'as pre-vnts the attack, it
;.: -;ioi!l necessity in tiiis cuuti'y
;;u itiattvr what else we run out o'.
u..i nut do to he without Chat;
ia's Cieigi: Kemedy. . More of il
hi here tn;i!i of all i.t'iier cough
KL eiCilles C(.llltl!li i-.- .!. iU. -MCKle.
-f Nick'.e llros.. nicrchan:s. Niche-vil'i-j.
i'.i. Korsai-- by i. l ien Nil i i-r.
Sherill's Sale of Seal .Estate.
:.jy Virtue ami a:iu;oii:
era! execution iss'.ieil from
of tile clerk of the circuit
Capo Girardeau county,
itt-arlng date the .iit day
1":''.. ami rct'.-.vna hie to Tin
a.-i'i against Uii-'aar.
li-vivu uj-oa aiiU s-i
till.- avi inlfivst
Carri-". in a:i.: to
si-riK--.' :val i -tato:
TLv uniiiviiicii on-.
v' in ;;nu to lav iV
v.:;i:itc in the ' "It y
oantv of l.'a
;h sino o
i : i ii i
- l.an.-.-vt: at'u t::i-!--.t ..
i .iit. sout;!.-:tst .o.-n-.-v i'. "
(2, on in...-K-:id.-!i-"; st:
j we-: a;uni: :r.--!K,. ... i
I 5;U!li'.lv". ami ti:i:-v-:KM
i tile lirir.ni!:L:.
' .ik I V. ii.
Weilnes.iy t!ie i v-vuiwi
lKtweeti ;i.e huui - of nir.i
the toreiiooa ami
that liny, ii"" uui-iu'j
1 I . - .41,
at the south front court house dool in
the city of Jackson, Cape "-i
eountv. Missouri, sell the same, at
public vendue, to the hiiest bulaer
for cash in hand, to satisfy said exe-
i-'.itmn anu eosis
c-i in-nf raw Cirardeau eouuty.
..I. -rim-rs to AslUnia Sufferers'
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick
nd positive relief m an cases.
t oil!-- aim io i"1 K i JSM su::er.r.?;. iiaur
of ( i.-nu-ns. L- ri.- - MS tuT trciu-:ijn o:
; t';4.-roii.. i : have gi Vine of Ccrcui has dcrr.on-
ci aii Lin- ri-jat strattd that r.ir:e-f-r.:..3 cf a!l the
o! sain Ukhari! hi Cics cf rr.cr.struii! c-.-ordcrs dr
;i.i- foliowitu - S r-rl r-'.cvirs a rh-:::r;-:; J attention
W at aii. Tr.c s-.w.pii.
:!o'..inj ri-a! .-t-taK- i
-a;--: a'l. St.;:.- ..! i;
A Lively Liver Makes
A Lively Man.
A lively man. that is, one who Is full of life, energy, ambition and Industry,
must enjoy good health. No one can possess perfect health unless the liver is la
perfect workins order in other words, the liver must act In a lively manner
hence the saying "a lively liver makes a lively man."
The liver is the largest and one of the most important organs of the body. The
functions it performs are of such an Important character that it is very liable to
derangement. A Urge proportion of all diseases, especially those of a chronic
character, are, as all physicians well know, due to an unhealthy or morbid con
dition of this gland. Some of the symptoms of a diseased liver are a sense of
weight and fullness on the right side, accompanied sometimes by soreness and
pains, while frequently there is considerable enlargement. The breathing Is at
times difficult and occasionally there Is a dry cough. There Is a bad or bitter taste
in the mouth, the appetite is fickle, (he bowels irregular generally consti-
Eated the skin Is sallow and muddy and often the face is covered with pimples.
Hsiy spells occur frequently and pronounced attacks of the "blues" are not un
common. Hot weather is decidedly conducive to a torpid or sluggish condition of
the liver, and there is no period of the year when there is as much difficulty ex
perienced in keeping the liver in an active or lively condition as during the summer
months. Keep the liver lively and you will not contract malaria, for it is the func
tion of that organ to prevent the absorption of fever-producing poisons, and, there
fore, malaria cannot find lodgment in the system when the liver is active.
To be freed from all the exhausting and depressing effects of hot ommef
weather, keep the liver active. It is the great house-cleaning organ of the body
when It works well it keeps out all impurities, and when there are no Impurities
In the system there Is always perfect health.
The greatest medicine ever compounded for effecting a prompt and absolute)
cure for all unhealthy or morbid conditions of the liver Is California's famous
non-secret remedy. Casca Ferrine Bitters, it la composed of the best Ingredient
known to medical science, vis.: Cascara gagrada. Cinchona, malt extract and
Iron, with a sure California sherry wine as a base. The casara aagrada.. which
frows only in California, furnishes the laxative properties. All physician ac
nowledge that cascara sagrada is the greatest drug known to medicine- for
arousing a torpid liver, promoting its secretions, and restoring it to a heaftbr
condition. It is strictly tonic in its action and there are no reactive effects from
Its use. The other Ingredients (above enumerated), which enter Into the composi
tion of Casca ferrine Bitters, are all tonics, and have the effect of building w
strength and imparting health, vigor and vitality to every organ of the body.
Doctors everywhere recommend and prescribe this peerless preparation, for
they know what it is composed of and are quick to recognise the fact that a bet
ter, nor as good a preparation, useful as a tonic and laxative could not be com
poundeA. Those who are most enthusiastic In sounding its praises are the thou
sands that have been restored to health by its timely use. A trial will convlnor
the most skeptical of the rare efficacy of this remarkable remedy.
Casca Ferrine Bitters.
THE SIERRA PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
For Sale in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
By J. MAPLE WILSON.
styles in the market, and prices to suit.
JNO. F. VOGELSANGER,
Il6 Main Stresi,
CAPE GIRARDEA JlfO
tiiten in nc
c-.vi: horn? ir
X. I. AjE!SC!;, :.3 C.-.ry, Kiss.. ssK
"I use Wins r f C:.rdui extensive:- in
mv practice a:. d una :'. ?. most excs"iont
Eroaara'.ion for femala t.-ou'Jle.n,
P,!i: HAUG AINS AT
H. A. LEHER'S
-t ar.d cheajH?st house in
Broadway. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
THF ?FW WAY. I
U T YT70MEN us-:d
P W to think "fe-
f $V4; ,V'.. :. male diseases '
couid only bs
:!. ''." N. treated after "lo-
H '' f 4 ) cal examlna-
li.c olil.v h ;." ciar.z. Dread of
court of p "1 such treatment
Missoiu-i. $ J keot thrusar.es of
of Aauiist ?8 modes: women
Auuiij-tlsj b'-t$$fi s'.!sr.t accv.t their
. I 12 I SJ.Si' U-!
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
g ' No. 1 Cures Fever.
a No. 2 " Worms-
1 No. 3 " Infants' Diseases.
. No. 4 Diarrhea.
h -No. S " Neuralgia.
2 No. 0 Cures Headache.
B i No. JO " Dyspepsia.
W i No. 1 1 " Delayed Periods.
I No. 12 " Leucri-rrea.
N'f,. " Skin Diseas-es.
ml N'... 13 Cur-r Rheumatism.
,'. .. 10 " Malaria.
1 N 20 ' Who;, ping Cough
g ! Nu. 27 ' Kidney Diseases.
P-: Nt.-. SO ' Urinary Diseases
t;;No. 77 si Cold 5 and Grip.
ts, or sc-nt j-rc-paiil a j
c, or 'j for SI.
Dr.. IIriti;ir.F.Ts' IlnxisorATnir
& i . f iteEisB 2i.ui.F.n fme.
h, ! Hamtiiirsvr.' Med. Co.. Ill William St..N.fc
: ti '.: -i :i v. ZMii i.':'.i v i. .v
i-hs moi-t lata! cf al
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R. F. WICHTERICH,
t M'lce in Coerver's Dru' -Store.
I'hone: Otiice No. 1. Residence No. 2-"l
C alls bv nipht r-r day promptly at-
F. C. CORSETS
Oa l'-Mh Boa.
WMIM COSSET GO.,
L. F. KL0STERBC5ANN.
FOR SPEED. SAFETY
AND COMFORT TAKE THE
& OhkrL R.
The Favorite Route Betweea
North and South.
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
MOBILE. LiiT'X Exc-Ji-jions to ths South at
intriv-U.- to s?uit the conanieace of
everyone wishinjr to se tbs Garv.tn
Spot of Aaitrrtvii.
or anr uortioa in tfle :50ut.-..
For time, ticket rates or othar m
forniiition call on your neafest titkt
asrent or adaress
E. E. I'OSEY, G. I. A. MoVile,. Ala.
A. J. KKXT, Airt Murphy sboro. 111.
Mantitjtct'Jferor and Dealt1
CYVRESS. OAK AND- GUM
out1, i-i vai'.i-.-inu
a;i- dirai i
C. LINDEMANN & SON.
OF ALL KINDS.
tVir. ami yeV'iw ine, l-oplir vy)Ty. t-ak,
fruni, soli:ut. Soil awl cherry. Al- 3ojrinjC
an-i cvilinc all jrra-irs. Ki'ji.iiin VimUor,
laths . sliinirii-s. iiiouMins. x-nlofl P'i-l iloor
rasii'-r-s. WlmWw an-i imr -wiif-s. a?i t-ize.
lna'ie t'" orlt-r nil sli..ri uotie, . 1 ,-i;v-1-. ;;iiy-wht-r-:
iisiilt- rt-ei-.v liiml.
l Al'K t.
ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT
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of events from
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lie io l-sile.
a r.fl n !!ir.'
Vi-ry . :ea:u i. -irre:
its (iep:'. . t HieT!!.- ;eVlei; "
News. The Farm.)
Cairn n. aa.i
art iis(.y.i;ht.i i ;r.i
ability to speak for itself, atai will
i of charge upon receipt of reijiiest.
Tilt- UAII.V (.l.ll!K.)F.Iil( K IT Is, witiiout 1
AVcsi. anil stands i.t the wry Iroiit unions
til'ISAT ntwspBpers ol llu- world.
CA1LT. I1CLCD1EC SDID&T. ' DAILY. W1TB0DT SOKDAY. ;
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The well known baker, has opened s
new shop at No 30, Main street, and
vrill keep a full supply of genuine Rye
and Vienna bread, and cskes of all
kinds on band at all times.
I Mrs-. M. Stephan nee Haenichen,
; would be pleased to have all her old
j customers at the Haenichen bakery
2ive him a call.
i Thk New B. & C.
i 30 Main Street.
Tis& Qrpri5ti9e ur;eeler.
Freparad to o- work oa short notice-gas.
J. D. DEAlf Er Proprietor.
7-9-11-13 S. Siath Street,
t Buildins and Fuvsiture all new
J transients solicited aus28nl9
F. W. VOGT.
Cmrtb. GIRARDEAU. - - - mo.
Kotlas- spar stock, the laWt nabfoved antf
best CookiBisaad heatings to in toe market.
All Units of Job Work done totfea-beat mannez
ami at usuiinate prices.
ROORNG AND GUITEWNG
Robert G. Ranney,
Justice of the Peace
Mftllorneu at Law.
rOFFICE OVER POSHOFFICE.
W. E. COWGIU-'S
NO 40 MAIN STREET.
All ork in thu barbrr line Uo:ie with neat
nesu and disuatck. Special atte-Kinn iti-vn to
ladies a i c.nildrrti- Also
Jfot an2 Satft
At any tira- dt-sirs-J. Two nici- je!air bath
tuli. ri-.-iii-. iii-in ttttrt up. iiir nrvivif anil
towels- 'Jail ants ramie lielon i;o:i rise
where. PRIVATE SURGICAL.
All U.t;i.-vs tivated. best ! t:-.',lned
nurses attnJaace. Add- js-.
M. A. VOHBECS:.31. D.
No. 1 .-'.", t)!ii M ini-Iiester Kt iii.
T. U.IT1.K MO
F. P. STEVENS psop.
riiv ve.'-y ts,t lurvai!
ilyy iieiivr;--i; t.. i
any azt of tV- i-ity.
Wedding Gikes a Specialty.
104 Broauwav. L'apkGihakdeau. l.lo
Staple and Fancv
XKW .jND FRESH STtiCKIn
of t e vt-ry irf-st M jitUe jnst ntt-X oi-ln the
i:ir,- ;'-a:l'liiijii .Hnt ll.i,e.te-?t .
?at" Yots- l i'.ti-o'.ia,- solvjiVd. JfeJ
A Grea.1 Semi-Weeki Paper,
xlepublican in Politics.
S ssued in
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y !.. r.-ai! v.-ith-o-.-v -oa;a:ninativii bv
e a mi
! o: any !a::i.iy ; :t efiT;tia
tin- i.e.-: !:" ..ai iilii-j!i-i!iiiri.
!"": Woann." 'Ai-ieultuia!
" are ar- e.n-'. nl' the highest
eorreet a"ii eouijiii te i:; everv
- pai - ec am: pr)r.:. ;i t
people. We have
coniiiiellee in Its
il ".!. OPY. free
i-het-rfii!'. v mail SA
ST. LOUIS, MO.
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