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EretTthlBc of Looa.1 Form To be
Tovmi That la of Interest.
We have no small pox in this town,
it is proved to be a case of mistaken
The steamer Cherokee came down
last night and discharged a big lot of
freight. She was the first boat out
since the rirer was blocked.
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
titers. Sold bv W. H. Coerver. It
Wilson Cramer, who has been dan
gerously ill with pneumonia is better
Tom William and his fair bride
arrived home Saturday.
Mississippi county had fifty cases
of the supposed small pox we have
here and not one died. Small pox or
not sinall pox it is proving a very
Stay that barking by useing Ballard
Horehound 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.
50 cents. I. Ben. Miller. 25nd
It is not right for the Board of
Health to order a small pox flag out
for a case of Cuban itch.
The Scott County Newsboy says the
supposed cases of small pox near
Kelso have turned out to be nothing
more than Cuban itch, a harmless but
troublesome disease. That is about
what ails the young man in this city
who is supposed to have the small
Small precautions often prevent
great mischiefs. DeVVitt'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.
A petition from the Southern Mis
souri & Arkansas Railroad Company
was presented and lead to the Council
at its meeting this morning and re
ferred to the City Attorney and Judic
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
tles iree. satisfaction or money re
funded. For sale by allduggists
When that big drainage ditch is
opened up from Dutchtown down
through the swamp, thousands of
acres of land, as rich as a crow ever
flew over, will be reclaimed, and that
vast wilderness from the hills in Cape
Girardeau county to the bluffs in
Scott county will be converted into
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
fiom jmt what you want. Tre
sample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
There is a fairly good stage of
water in the river now for steamboat
ing, and the smaller boats will all
start out within the next week or ten
A preen lag hangs out in front of a
building up on the hill. The green
flag means diphtheria. The yellow
flag is for Cuban itch.
Uunning sores, indolent! ulcers and
similar troubles, eventhough 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 lawyers will be provided with
the Common Pleas Court docket print
ed in pamphlet form for the January
term of court. This is a new feature,
and is a great convenience to lawyers
A son of T. J. Schorb was fined
fifty dollars in the calaboose court
this morning for carrying brass
Dr. Simmons' S&rsaparilla effect
ually aids weak, impaired and debili
atted organs of both sexes. Its action
is quick and lasting. Fifty cents and
A mule buyer is- here purchasing
mules for the English Army in South
That "suspicious" case that was
supposed to be small pox has turned
out to be nothing more than Cuban
itch. Of course the itch is a little an
noying, and as it is considered con
tagious it is no more than 'right to
hoist a flag to warn people to keep
Moments are useless if trifled 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 Mayor placed J . M. Morrison
on the Street and Warf Committee
yesterday to fill the vacancy on that
committee occasioned by the death of
Old fashions in dress may be re
vived, but no old-fashioned medicine
can replace Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.. For
sale by I. Ben Miller.
William Regenhardt and Henry
Wilier went out to Gordonville and
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.
W. H. Heiserer, Collector of Soo:t
County, is in the city to-day. Mr.
Heiserer is a Democrat, resides in a
Democratic countv and of course he
is a candidate for re-election.
The Board of Directors of the First
National Bank met this morning and
elected D. A. Glenn, president: Dr.
W. B. Wilson, vice-president. :ind
L. S. Joseph, cashier.
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billious, constipated and
generally run down in health. If .
your liver is torpid, and, and a few
doses of Herbine will cure ymi
Herbine has no equal as a health re
storer. I. Ben Miller.
Dr. Robert F. Wichterich took
charge of the office of City Treasurer
Wilson Cramar, who has Ven dan
gerously ill for nearly two weeks, is
Evil after effects never follow th
use of Dr. Bell's Peppermint Cb.il
Tonic. It is a pleasant 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
An agent for the Anheuser-Busch
Brewing Association is in the city.
The ferry boat fight is not yet over.
There will be another legal tilt in the
court at Cairo next month.
KIDNEY DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
The Board of Directors of the Fair
Association held a meeting this after
noon. The Board is arranging to
begin work on the new fair grounds
in the early spring.
Whiskey drummers are complain
ing about bard times. It may be that
the retail dealers are watering their
stock to make it hold out longer.
The Common Pleas Court will con
vene next. Monday morning regular
What is it? A cure for Coughs,
Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, and al
Bronchial Affections of the Throat,
Chest and Lungs. 50 doses for 50
cents. Money refunded if it fails to
givesatisfactipn; we mean Dr. Sim
mons'Cough syrup. For sale by all
Robert G. Ranney has a very sick
child at his house.
Dr. Wichterich, city treasurer, wa-i
at the court house ibis morning pay
ing off citv warrants.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruane will take pass
age on the steamer Ilees Lee for Mem
phis to-night. They will spend a few
days in Memphis and then return to
St. Louis, where they will reside.
Certainly you don't want to suiTer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow skin and loss of ap
petite. You have nevi-r tried Do
Witt's Little Early Risers for these
complaints or you would have been
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. Win. II. Cocrwr.
Cape Girardeau is golug to have
the finest fair grounds in the State of
Missouri. The plans for the race
track, the buildings, stalls, etc., are
Our farmers are raising more hay
than they used to raise. They are
learning that there is more money in
hay than in wheat, and there is not
the risk in crop failure in grass as in
Wilson Crames is still improving,
and his friends believe that he has
passed the danger point and will soon
The "Bicyclist's Best Friend" is a
familiar name for DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. hue a specihe lor piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of the skin. It never fails
Wm. H. Coerver.
Pink Morton, an old citizen of this
county, died at his home at Oak
Ridge this morning.
Subjects for Sunday next at the
Themis Street Methodist Church are
as follows: Morning at 11 o'clock,
"No Cross, No Crown;" Evening at
" o'clock, "For there is no Differ
ence." Revival meeting will begin
January 28, when Revs. J. W. Wor
snop of Jackson and J. Stephan of
St Louis will assist the pastor.
John F. Woody came up from
Bloomfield yesterday evening.
The Broadway Theatre was well
patronized last night and we under
stand the show was very good.
Constable Howard, of Byrd town
ship, is in the city to-day serving tax
The two murderers who ecaed
jfroin the Dunklin county jail were
traced with blood hounds and cap-
tured near Neelyville this week.
I Tber? is no l'sht yet invented that
will compare with the electric light,
I There is no danger in the electric
light. II gives i good light and it is
I always clean a :d ready for use.
j B'tl!ard's Snow Liniment. There is
no pain it will uit relieve, no swelling
it will not subdue, no woum it will
I not heal, it will cure fro?r i-ites,
I chilblains, and corns. i and .0 eents,
1. Ben Miller.
The small pox is so bad in Poplar
Bluff that the schools will probably
be closed down there till the disease
j The Anheuser- Busch Brewing As-
i sociation has a special man in this
city looking for business. The An-
heuser ieople are not doing much
' business here, and there is no reasoi
j why they should do business here at
alt. We have an enterprise of our
oa: that is just as gool as the An-
We are pleased to learn that Wilson
Cramer is still improving, and is now
ennsij. ( about out of danger.
The St. Charles Hotel, under its
ne.v management, seems to be doing a
good business. Mr. Ellis is a prao
tieal hotel man. He is well acquaint
ed with the traveling men who come
to Southeast Missouri, and they are
all his friends. The St. Charles is a
model hotel and it is conducted on
Mr. R. K. Binchey, artist and pho
tographer, is visiting th different
sections of Southeast Missouri, col
lecting information and making
sketches for a book soon to be issued
The books will bo devoted exclusively
to advertising the Great Southeast,
and they will be distributed broadcast
all over the country. Mr. Hinchey is
now in this city, ana we nope our
people will take the time and the
pains to show him our city.
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
fibers. Sold by W. H. Coerver. It
To Trade for Cape Girardeau
resident property, a farm of eighty
acres i i high state of cultivation,
in Boluuger county, good building,
orchard, well fenced. Also 90 feet
frontage on Good Hope street in Cape
Girardeau for sale cheap for cash.
Address J. H. O'Brien, Jackson, Mo.
The Anheuser-Busch beer agency
will remain as it has been.
W. L. Culbertson, president of the
First National Bank of Carroll,
Iowa, has been in the city for the past
two days, a guest of C. D. Boynton.
He and Mr. Boynton left this after
noon for a trip through their timber
land in Arkansas.
Fred Regenhardt returned home to
day from Herman, Missouri.
Cape Girardeau whiskey is too pure
for a Byrd township office holder.
County Collector Flentge's tax col
lector occupied a city bed last night
too much tangle-foot.
D. B. Seibert and wife came down
on the steamer Cherokee last night
and drove out to Jackson in a buggy.
The steamer Cherokee had a gcod
trip yesterday. The river is still' low,
and only small boats can get over the
Sheriff Gockel and Bob Tirmen
stein, of Jackson, are in the city
Frank H. Dunlop returned borne
last night from a trip to Southwest
Missouri. The rumor that Mr. Dun
lop had left the town for good was
false. He was away on business, and
be tells us that he is now -here to do
business and has the money to do
The Jefferson City penitentiary is
quarantined against Southeast Mis
souri. There are three prisoners in
the Jackson jail for tne sheriff to
take to the pen as soon as he can get
No Right to I ellness.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would be attrac
tive must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and all run down, she
will be nervous and irritable. If she
has constipation or kidney trouble,
her impure blood will cause pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a weetch-
ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the
best medicine in the world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys and to
purify the blood. It gives strong
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety
skin, rich complexion It will make
a good-looking, charming woman of a
rundown invalid. Only 50c at I. Ben
Miller's drugstore. 2
Rooms to Rent.
The undersigned has a comfortable
house or rooms to rent on SprigS
street. Call on or address,
R. B. Oliver.
List of Executors, Administrators
Guardians and Curators who are re
quired by law to exhibit their accounts
for settlement on tne day and date
oelow named, at the February Term,
1900, of said court, to be begun and
held at the court bouse in the city of
Jackson, (jape uirardeau county,
Missouri, commencing on Monday,
February 12th, 1900.
Momday, February-12th, 1900.
Allen Thomas A., guardian of Wm.
M. Stinkard, a minor.
Abernatby, Eli, administrator of
the estate of M. R. Hope, deceased.
Bennett, James fc. Jr., administra
tor of the estate of John Hitt, decea'd
Blomeyer. E. F., guardian of minor
heirs of Frank O'Hare, deceased.
Colyer, Curtis L.. guardian of Athel
W. Colyer. a minor.
Dralle, Henry C, administrator of
estate of Mary Bornemann, deceased.
Denton, George W., guardian of
minor heirs of W. T. Melton, deceased.
English, Henry R., guardian of
Freddie Reese, a Minor.
Tuesday, February 14th, 1900.
Goodson, George W., administrator
of estate of Kirk Goodson, deceased
Herzinger, F. A., administrator of
estate of AeusteC. Herzinger, dee d
Hoeckele. Charles, executor of the
estate of Louisa Heeckele, deceased.
Hatcher, Julia A., guardian of R.
E. Hatcher, a minor.
Hinkle Peter M., guardian of George
& Annie Jinkans. minor.
Heise, Henry, guardian of Albert
G. Heise, a minor.
Howard, Edward, executor of estate
of Wade H. Shaner, deceased.
Hope, Thomas D., guardian of
minor heirs of John M. Adams, dee'd.
Horrell. John A., guardian ef minor
heirs of H. W. Howard, deceased.
Kiehne, HenJy, administrator of
estate of Samuel Casey, deceased.
Keipe, Charles, executor ol estate
of John F. Kiepe, deceased.
Wednesday, February, 14th, 1900.
Keeling, William N., guardian of
Thomas H. Poe, aminor.
Keller, Frederick, guardian of
Reinhold Rubel, a minor.
Klaproth William r ., guardian of
Edna C. Summers, a minor.
Lee, Mary A., guardian of viva
Lee, a minor.
LaCroix, Jacoh, guardian ol Bern-
hard LaCroix. a minor.
Mills, Jacob G,, guardian of Nannie
and Junius E. Mills, minors.
Milier, James H., guardian of Harry
and Jettie Layton, minors.
Miller, William H., guardian of
Albert T. Summers, a minor.
Moglar, Frank, guardian of Anna
and Eva Hoeckele, minors.
Miller. Mollie V., guardian ot
Charles G. Miller, a minor.
McCulloug, B. L., guardian of
minor hairs of Chas. G. Miller, dee'd.
Macke, Julius, guardian of his own
Thursday', February- 15th. 1900.
Mantz, Alvina, administratrix of
estate of Frederick Reinecke, deceased.
McFadden, Mitchell, guardian of
Forrest Alligood. a minor.
McNeely, Robert W., administrator
of estate of Louis Tiiley, deceased.
Oliver, John r., administrator ot
estate of Luella E. Baldridge, dee'd.
Putz, Joseph F., administrator of
estate of Josoph Putz, deceased.
Poe, Albeit H.,- administrator of
estate of Caroline Bauer, deceased.
Poe, Albert H., administrator of
estate of Franklin Creath, deceased.
Rose, Wilhelmina, guardian of
Albert J. Rose, a minor.
Rabich Herman, guardian of Lailu
Griffith, a minor.
Schaefer William B., guardian of
minor heirs of J. C. Cotner, deceased.
Seibert, David B., guardian of Anna
Engelbardt, a minor.
Sawjer, Robert M., gnardiaa of
Ray W. Colyer, a minor.
Sawver, Robert M., guardian of
minorbeirs of Robert Baldridge.dec'd.
Friday, February 16th, liXK).
Sander, William G., guardian of
Henry and Augusta Gross, minors.
Sander, William u., guardian ol
Bertha Sebastian, a minor.
Stevenson, A. K., guardian of (-lark
H. and Harlan C. Reed, minors.
Summers. Kmmett A., guardian of
minor heirs of L. V. Williams, dee'd.
Stevenson Julius, guardian of Robt
L. Stevenson, a minor.
Strong J. F. & G. administrators of
estate of Isom Strong, deceased.
Snider, John A., guardian of Chas.
N. Cofer, a minor.
Thompson, William P., guardian
of John A. H'nkle heirs.
Thompson and Bonuey administra
tors of James C. Thompson, deceased.
Thompson. D. C administrators of
Part, estate of J. C. Thompson & Co.
Saturday February 17th, 1900.
Voges, August, guardian of August
Uoffmeister, a minor.
Wills, Columbus A., guardian of
Wm. W. & Amon B. Miller, minors.
Webb. Ilebecca A., t'uardian of
miuor heirs of Wm. W. Webb, dee'd.
Wessell, Henrv, guerdianof August
Wessell, an insane person.
Wiley, Eliza Cguardian of .Martha
E. Shorter, a minor.
Waddle. Jacob, administrator of
estate of R. R. Kynion, deceased.
llliams, Harrison i;., guardian ot
Irene B. Williams, a minor.
Woods S. Elliott, guardian or minor
heirs of Hy L. Schaerer. deceased.
Attest: henry itls.
Clerk Probate Court.
Core and Treatment or tne sick.
Dr. Humphreys' Specific Manual on
the treatment and cure of the sick
mailed free on request. Address
Humphreys' Medicine Co., New York, j
Free of Charge.
Any adult suffering from a co'd
settled on the breast, bronchitis
throat or lung troubles of any nature,
who will call at W. II. Coerver, will
be presented with a sample bottle of
Boschee's German SyruD. free of
charge. Only one bottle given to one
person, and none to children without
order from parents.
No throat or lung remedy ever naa
such a sale as Boschee s German
Syrup in all -parts of the civilized
world. Twenty years ago millions of
bottles were given away, and your
druggists will tell you its success was
marvelous. It is really the only
Throat and Lung Remedy generally
endorsed by physicians. One 75 cent
bottle will cure or prove its value.
Sold by dealers in all civilized.
Cures all skin diseases in all its va
rious forms. No internal treatment
necessary.' Failing money returned
It is generally known that the Groceries, Flour, Provis
ions etc., sold by the Nicholas Scharff & Sons Grocer Coof .
St. Louis, give the best satisfaction to consumers of any
goods in the market. All of their brands are kept for sale by
W. M. Stone at most reasonable prices. This only enumer
ates a few of their goods such as their
Bon Ton Hams, Bon Ton Breakfast Bacon, Bon
Ton Leaf Lard strictly pure, Bon Ton Lye, Ben
Hur Tomatoes, Sylvia Syrup, Snow Drift Corn
Starch, Royal, (pound package) Rice, Holiday Soda,
Little Giant Cheese full cream; Banner, Elmo &
O. G. Java & Mocha Coffees; Triumph Brand State
of Maine Sugar Corn.
A reward is offered by the Nicholas Scharff & Sons
Grocer Co of $10.00 to any one producing a can of sugar com
to equal the Triumph.
In California canned fruits their Alpine Brands of extra
standards can not be equaled. They are simply luscious.
Call, try these goods and many others. Will sell them
at moderate prices.
THone 239. W. M. STONE, Grocer.
Great Bargains for all!
In Underwear, Swits Condee,
Fleece Goods, Worsted, Heavy
Cotton Underwear 70 cents a
Latest Novelty EffectsI
In Neckwear, Mufflers, and
Handkerchiefs, Puffs 25 cents, to
$1.50. Also a big lot of Clubs
and Imperial Ties.
Get . Our Prices before
Now especially when you need
a pair of Shoes or Suit, Trousers
or Fancy Vest. We are never
undersold and the best is our
J. T. SACKMANN.
The undersigned wishes to announce to'
the public that he will re-open his
AT HIS HOUSE.
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