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The weekly Democrat
Published Every Saturday by
There is not a Democratic editor ia
Southeast Missouri who bar a sound
liver. The editorial tone of the Dem
ocratic press of the Southeast will
I mairinra An v Arwtsxw rtf atfiniflnar that
Tfl6 D6mOCrdt PrintlnQ CO. thereis something wrong with these
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Port Offle t Cpe Girardean,
SATI7KDAY, AUG i iT2, 189!i.
On a (':.
fiiil -liver re now nearly
Wii. ,it ii w-.t-:-, sixty-four
i w.-rta sixtv-two
.one will soon
jr littl? brush
:ii;nis. lift the
poor devils, and a close examination
will convince them that they are afflic
ted with the liver complaint and if
they are well read and up-to-date doc
tors they will know that there are
wheels bothering- that little spooky
stuff in the head.
throw li..:nj .
:'. tjr who refuses to
'- ;it himself is a back
.vim "t do. Democrats
f the Jackson 'ah-
n bed last Tuursda v.
Book va. -l
Quite a m.i;.l-r of the Southeast Mis
souri i '.!!. , r.aic editors are in poor
l'aie(;irai-deau city is large enough.
important enough and populated by
enough civilized people to entitle it to
a good democratic paper. The thing
we have here now is a back number I
Globe-Democrat: "It is said that
the gold yield in the Klondike is di
minisning. Many Americans wqo
have been in that locality ara return
ing empty-handed. In their .'
country, however, the chance
making money in gold minin.' .
reasonably good. Colorado.' :i...r-
nia and the rest of the gold j.ru.juc;
states of this country :r inct;.i-i
output every year. Most -'
pectors who went fr:m tiie I'nii
States to the Klondike could ri.V. y
have done better if they had go:.' i.,
any one of half a .ioz-m of the mi.-i.
states In this country. Tin- l'iii:.-ii
states does not aol.J ::r.-t p.n.v
among the gold producing locaiili
now, but its product N inciva-in;
u notice that a number of our
Southeast Democratic exchanges are
booming Judge Riley for Governor of
Missouri. Now Judge Riley is a
mail anu a. good judge, out lie in ie
a slow horse in the race for Governor
The two new editors of a Iv.n.:. -ra!
pajier in mis city apoiog: v-i: :( :.u-ir
i i i i
cauui s ees oecauso .In" s : :t n a
Of tne eight men who sat down at
President McKinlev's council table at
the beginning of the administration
only three remain, lnese are .'secre
taries Gage. Long and Wilson, re-
;eetively of the treasury, navy usd
a j!-:cti.iura; departments, secretaries
ii.-rman an.l Dav, of the s'ate de
partment, followed each other into :
t'.r-inent from that office, and the port-
t K went ti Col. Hay. At.iy-ii.-n.
McKenn.t passed to the Supreme Couit
a:d Gov. Griggs, of New Jersev. took
t..w Wcaut place. Secretary Bliss, of
iuug ume ago oeen soldiers ;ii t!.e I t:u lnt. rior department, was succwu-
Federal army. Of course their aii.il-lei by Mr. Hitchcock. Postmaste r-Gen-
Ogy will be accepted by a few Demo-era 1 Gary gave way to C harles Km
crats, but a large majority of Demo-o -v Smith, one of the hardest work-
rats will never forgive a man w holers in the cabinet, and now Genera!
lought for the Lnion in the civil war. I Alger has stepped out of the war
I loot, of New York
Ail these changes
less than two arid
St. Louis Republic: "Joseiih Flynn,
late editor of the Southeast (.ia;:eti
Ot Cape uirardeau, and Henrv ( -.
Williams, proprietor of the St. I.oui:
limes, nave entered into a contract
wnereby .Mr. Jrlynn takes -harge of
the Times as editor a ad associate pub
lisher. Next week the Tunc ;ii .-
ear as a 4-page Democratie pu!-r.
Otliiv and Eiihu
has stepped in.
h:-. vc mvunvd in
I a half vears.
What a pitv it i that -" years
after the Civil War. th- ;. A. II.'
feels itself duty hound to adii-r to
principles as opposite to those enter
tained oy 1-incoin and Lrant as are
the antipodes; simply because thess
principles are advocated oy politi
cal party, whose name merely corres
ponds to tne one Honored a generation
a,- bv those graml historic figures."'
Th-r bove was clipped from a one-
lorse typper-neau sueei puonsneu in
some otjurs corner oi 3u;nea
Missouri, wivl inows the venom that
still attache. the broken tooth ol
the reptile. Tb- principles on which
the G. A. K. was founded were estab
lished by Lincoln and Grant when
they fed with lavishing hands the
Capt. John A. Snider of Jackson I armies that surrendered: and that
informs us that he has quit politics I principle of charity i the ruling-one
and is now devoting his entire time to I of the order up to this day. Loyalty
the practice of law. It is sensible in I to the government and f.laj- tlag is the
a man when he discovers that he is a I second principle- that organized the
failure in one business to quit that I armies that fought under (rrant. and
Lhe government crop report for
August indicates a yield of about .".:..-
000, (XXI bushels of wheat, which,
though HO.OOiUMio less than last . car
ua.3 occii exceeueeu only twice, once
in 1891 and again in The corn
, crop promises 2,2o0,iM).0t!O bushels.
inis is Z),(iuu.uuu bushels greater
than last year, and has only been ex
ceeded once, in 1896.
ousmess and go into something he
knows more about. In the law busi
"um ouiiii ouiuer can develop. ;n
politics he was a back number.
A:i exchange says: "A faiai. i came,
to town one day this week with . v
eral bushels of potatoes to sell. He
took them to a groceryman and asked
if he would pay cash, as h did not
need groceries, for he had just re
ceived a new supply from a Chicago
The merchant told him that
is now one of the cardinal principles
of theG. A. R. today. ien f rater
city that .heaven-born principle that
teaches us to forgive our enmie ana
establish that glorious hrothemoou
of men. It id a great pity that some
little men will dabble in ma-rs tli.-y
know nothing about.
How to Prevent ronji.
We have two children h u! -
ject to auacKs oi crou.
an attack is coming on my win sjjTes
house. The mercnam lo.u .... ch:tluWlainv cough tiy
he had no trouble to Pe -o t fc preenls art:u!k. lt
is a household necessity in tht oonm'y
ar.d no matter what else we ru ut f,
it would not do to be withoaS t'ham
bcrlain's ugh IVmedy. Mow ot it
is sold here than of all other cush
medicines combined. J. M. i'icki.
of Nickle. Bros., merchants. XMrthr-
ville. Pa. For sale by I. Be M1m5
farmers who were glad 'o take their
pay in his line of goods, so the man
who got his groceries in Chicago was
compelled to take his potatoes home.
Can there not be a lesson drawn from
this in behalf of our national, our state
and our home industries, and is it not
well to think carefully on ine suoji.
The Cuban census, which is shortly
to be taken, will enable American, to
.-riv at an estimate of the condition
of things in the Pearl of the Antitle
with some degree of certainty. Facts
of a substantial character regarding
Cuba and its inhabitants have ne-.ci
hn Bought bv the Spaniards. Th-
number of inhabitants of ti e i. !ad
has never been known with any d.-g;
at certainty, while no idea of iV
KAIJM KOK SA1.K.
a f rm two miles from t!a- Kast
Cane Girardeau, Illinois, ferry land
ing, containing 120 acres in Uigu state
of cultivation. New two-story Irame
house, well finished and in first-class
condition: large new barn 40x0. The
Illinois Central Railroad runs right
h'ou" side of the farm and has accom
modation switch for the farmer who
runs the farm.
iV.- further narticulars. price and
wealth or condition of the people wa
to be gained from Spanisn soumis. teml!i a.,iy to
It is believed that the final tabulations u. J. LOXHUlXXK.
r ,. r..han census will be ready by .4.nli Kast Caue Girardeau, 111
V w w I I .7 f I
January 1, althougn ine aaus
nt th work has not
Brave Men Kail
Victims to stomach, liver -and kid
. . victims to sioui.n.11, .i.
yet been announced. en; r- ney troubles as well as women, and
the inspector's department of the nej t
army, will have charge of he ork aM fee backache, ner-
.nH will he assisted by a Cuban su- poisons in '
.. i vnusness, neauacne uu mxu,
perintendent "dJZlwn feeling. But there's no need
enumerators in Jhe U8ten
rules thus far announces mi
"I Was as Yellow
as a Pumpkin."
In Little Bock. Ark., Malaria is a very common ailm nt. Mr. Walter A.
Foley, a well-known resident of that city, in a letter written recently to the
Sierra Pharmaceutical t o., of San Francisco, Cal describes vividly the con
dition he was in. His case is one similar to tens of thousand that are found
in those sections of the I'nited States, where Malaria in some form or other
afflicts a majority of the population. Mr. Foley write follows:
NEW BAKERY :
The well known baker, has opened a
new shop at No 30, Main street, and
ivill keep full supply of genuine Rye,
and Vienna bread, and oacs of all '.
J kinds on baud at all times.
Mrs. M. Stcpban nee Haeiehen, !
J would lie "lease to have all her old
customers at the Haenichen bakery
give In in a call.
The New B. & V. 1
30 Main StreeJ.
SUrra Pharmaceutical Co.. San fr'rancfcKO. Cal :
IJTTLB KflCK. AKE- May tt Vm.
OenilemMi-lt would be s cane of rm Iniratitude r. my part if I SW ttui wm moa ran
fw from lira bottom of my beart for the remarKahle bvneasa 1 have itcri wl from
aca Kerrina Bittera. Kor year I bare burn a .-.ulterrr wlJB malaria. 1"r Mt ''n"i' ''
dlwasa tbat I haren t pxperiencert. How I ha manavrd t liTe tbnmnb all ' y' "".'""
dure the mlwries I hare is almost beyond tu imirf Kevilon. Thai tvrlble. weJ. dramtina--d'wn.
worn-out feelinjttbat malaria iuses cannot he d-rrird lt i only those w Dae bad
tualariaas I bare wbo know what It Is like- IWurd Jakinic ?nr medicine 1 had not Iw yearn tt
down to a slDKle meal forwnicb I hail : ny apetile I hail to (cn-e food enian down. H'keru mo
a!;re. I was terribly conttatiMl My bonesand hod, aohi-d liit conitanS'y. My ski and even
the whites of my eyes were as yellow as a iuu'i.lin sy leei was fltiul iiwivwlntiimi
was entirely onknown. In try'nii utf' cured I tried i-hi:i tonin and velaria rurr wit net num
ber. 1 also dosed myself on quinine. lnTinir raken s n m-h a villcraiusa isay. Nothing eaTi ro)
relief. A fow weeks alio I read Toi:ra-1TertiMnieiit in St. l'iisiuier I Oi..ntil 1 wo.d try
tmt:e of your bitters, but. to te'l the truth. I dtrn'texiert It wnxld dome any rre good ian any
o:her medicine I had t.-iken. It was a case of a ilrowtmiir man ffnisplna at a strsy. -on hare no
ld-n of my surprise and joy totfnd that hefi-re I had t .k.-nadoe-tolm's 1 fell. wm.irked Iwprt.ye-m-nt
The chilis and ferer lr! w. I craTf,1 aiil relished imid vtit my bowel.- nmyed n-Vely. 1
k-i-i on Usui yourniedii-ine until I ha.l uh1 f-nr b-ittles and since tm-n my bealt h b t-en
s'llK-i.tid. 1 haro fuilr r,-i..int,l my former slreiuxh. Mt sleep is MMiitd and refrish:nK. Mame
tie is hue. my diitettion ksk1 and mf oowls nr.-no Unn;ir -onci..ire,l. My sfiu iinil er-s
btiatc :d clear. 1 no I-inner feel tired and wurrv out. and I hv- no tntire a-li-s or pnln My
'l.auis.1 i-otidition has -.tr.-l n-t end of initimerit atiiom: my frttre.. I will nev-r trow rtred of
ir.,:s:iij .e.r area' )' ,:I.rii,., m.sln !!.,.. and a-. !-v. laoh:iy -.we I can l'-l aeniirtf.? ma
lar. a. i. j itiattt-r h-iw msiarioas -he ismtitiv tuj t bit srhjre 1 liy.-. V -.s-.r ri'si.' -rul'r.
Case Fcrrine Hitters cures malari..eonstipatio..itoniacli, t'-sdiioj. Sjv
er and bowel troubles, blood diseases, nervous exhau.'f ion and is tneqtintTd
as a restorative tonic in convalescence frm fevers anf-in all exha Md-iW-ditions.
Casca Ferrine Bitters,
The Sierra Pharmaceutical Cwnpany,
San Francisco, Cal:
For Sale in Cape Girardeau, ftfo.
By J. MAPLE WILSON.
rui i- ... --- Gardner, Idaville,
i r- . mim wnen ne is u ruu uunu,
usual questions as to the don-t care whether he Uves or
tlonaUty and color, especial stress is and don t
laid upon information a ,to ani- u . appetite than any-
posal of garbage, etc., . ff and have a new lease on llfe,
itcv of the innabiianis. oviuDu, T j...
t7 u. . M.i t know some facts Only W cents at i. on muter ..
-1 a. f-.V. mH lha I liniLTlH- lowe-v.
For a Fen) Days
WE WILL SELL
Men's Spring Weight Suits
At a bi reduction in the price. Our $5.00
Worstea Chivot and Union Mi.?ed Suits- will
go at S4.00
The $6.50 Worsted Suits for $5.2
The $7.50 Worsted Suits for S6.CO
The $8.00 Worsted Suits for $6.40
The $ 1 0.00 Worsted Suits for $S.OO
We make these low prices for the purpose
of closing out Summer Clothing that we may
make room for our large stock of Fall and
Winter Clothing, which is already crowding
us for more space.
David A. Glenn.
T.iss Qrpnstir urpeeler,
Stenographer an3 Typewriter
firpsred to do work on akort notice-goo
Summers tfcTobler i
MAIN STREET, j
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. I
Fine WhUkitrs, Wines and Cigars, j
C3P"Thtf t'elebrated Anheiser-Busch ;
ii.vr alw-ij (11-sh on tai. !
F. W. VOGT, j
LAfE GIRARDEAU. - - - MO.
hntire new stock, the latest inibnved and
bc-it. cooking sad heating tovea in t muket.
All kinds ol Job Work done in the besCmannet
ami at moderate prices.
ROOFIM-I AND GUTTERtJVi
Robert G. Ranney,
Justice, of the Peace
And Attorney at Law.
SrOFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE-
TIIE KEU 17AY.
" to think "te
rn a la diaaaaea "
could only ba
treated after "lo
e a 1 eiamiaa
Hons' by phrrf
cians. Dread of
kept thousands of
silent about their
suffering. The in
Wine of Cardnl has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
atalL The simple, pure
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home insures quick relief sad
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re
quires no humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles" disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites." change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store.
For advice In cases requirinr special
directions, address, firing symptoms,
the "Ladles' Adrisory Department."
The Chsttanooea Medicine Co.. Chatta
W. L ADDIS0!!, H.D., Car, Mlamwatys:
"I use Wins of Cardul itansiYSly la
bit praetiea and And it a most emlliat
praparaUoa for female troubles."
W. E. COWGILL'S
NO. 40 MAIN STREET.
All work in the barber line done with neat- ,
neas and dispatch. Special attention niven to
ladies ami children. Also
Hot a2 oQ cBatfi
At any time deairvd. Two nice porceiin bath
tubs, room nioely Att np. uic brnshe ani
towel h- Call and f amine before jcoinif
Ail diseases treated, best of trained '
nurr.es in attendance. Address, j
X. A. VOBBECK, M. D.j
So. 1315 Old Manchester Road, I
St. Louis. MoJ
F. P. STEVENS PROP.
FOK SPEED. SAFETY
AND COMFORT TAKE THE
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
The Favorite Route Between the
North and South.
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
Land Excursion:, to the South at
intrivals to suit the convenience of
everyone wishing to see the Garden
Spot of America.
or any portion in the South.
For time, ticket rates or othar in
formation call on your nearest ticket
agent or address
E. E. Posey, G. P. A. Mobile, Ala.
A. J. KEXT, Asrt Murphysboro. IlL
M. E. LEMING,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Rough
CYPRESS, OAK AND GUM
TT n yVTTDTLTg32
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
styles in the market, and prices to suit.
JNO. F. VOGELSANGER.
ji6 Main Street,
Phone 45. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
The very best bread baked every I
d;y and delivered to customers in!
any part of the city. j
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
104 Broad wav. Cape Girardeau, Mo
John W. Langlois
Staple and Fancy
A NEW AND FRESH STOCK n
Of the very beat of goods just opened np In th
Borey3nildiug?on tiood Hopestreet.
sHTYour patronage solicited. jg
CYPRESS LATH AND SHINGLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
hops. Cape Girareeau.M
C. LINDEMANN d. SON.
OP ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine, poplar, cypress, oak,
gnm, walnut, ash and cherry. Also flooring
and ceiling all grades. Finishing lambor,
laths, shingles, nionldiugs, window and door
casings. Window and door frame, all eizea
made to order on short uotice. lMiTered any
where inside of city limits.
Spanish St. Cape Girardeau. Mo
A Great Semi-Weekly Paper.
Hepablican in Politica.
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