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Fomnd That la t Iiitmi.
, i. : -.. MONDAY. , ,
Van R. Caldwell, cashier of th R
M . & A. R. R, who is new living at
the Riverview Hotel, U a son of J udge
a. u. caiaweii of the Uoited States
Court, and who is now prominently
spoken of as a running mate with
Hon. wm. j. Bryan.
J. Watt Coleman,, traveling repre
sentative 01 tne Scott County Kiwsboy,
was in our city today."
Do't forget It you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to nii
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package color all
fibsrs. Sold hv W. H. Coerver. It
A telegram was received this morn
ing irom u. m. uarvey to reserve
rooms at the Riverview for himself
and party. Mr. Garvey was the con
tractor ou toe Thebes incline, and, in
connection with Mr. Newwao Erb,
built the famous Memphis bridge.
Mr. W. A Wray, a well known
trading man from St. Louis, is regis
tered at the Riverview.
Stay that barking by useing Ballard
Horehonnd Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays Irritation of the throat,
and relieves conjetlon of the lungs
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disapoints.
50 cent.' I.Ben. Miller. 25nd
It I reported that the Moss Tie Co,
will suspend business ia Southeast
Missouri, 'and make Kentockey and
Tennessee the basis of their future
operations. This is, however, denied
by the Moss people. .
Ardeola, in Stoddard county is now
a Western Union Telegraph station
on account of locating a stave factory
at that place. - .
Small precautions often prevent
great mischiefs. De Witt's Little Early
Risen are very small pills in aise, but
are most effective in preventing, the
most serioas forms of liver and stom
ach troubles. They cureeatipatien
and headacha and regulate', the bow
els. Wm. H. Coerrer.
' Died, at St. KrancU Hospital la this
cltfFrldaj, Jan 26,'l900, Mr. Theo
dops Boppall, aged about 76 years.
. TJ remain were interred in Lorimier
Cemetery at Z o'clock this afternoon.
. Candidates are budding in Stoddard
.'county. ;. ' " - J
t Kunnlng sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
"'year's standing, may becuredby using
;De Witt's Witch Haael Salve. It
f soothesi'sttengihens and; heals. :. It is
the great pile cure. W. S. "Coerver
4 Miss Gulnar Hampton and; Mr. J.
?J. CSrwell f Pa'ragould; Ark. , are
, In the cityi the gufests of Mt.-nd Mrs." '
.,, Ellis of the St (Charles Hotel. Mr.
-' Cardwell ii promi'pent citisen and a
i banker of.Paragonld, and Mss Hamp
tn 4 V graduate of the ' Jackson,
fui and accomplished young : laiyt -i
dir. ana - xa,rs..CiiuB will- enaeavor sp j
entertain their. ' guests In royal style
and make their visit to tfcjr city a
pleasant one. t . ' , .
v Dr. Si-n-noos' Sursaparilla effect
' nally aids wak, impaired and debili
atted organs of both sexes. Its action
is quick and lasting. Fifty cents and
.Bob Gibony has a fine big girl at
his house, and of course Bob is as
proud as ever.
- 1 n:
Nettie Albert, daughter of John
Albert, of St. Louis, 'who has been
dangerously ill for several days at
the residence of Edward S. ' Lilly in
this city, is now improving:.
Moments are useless if triued a war
: and they "are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where. One
, Minute Cough Cure would bring ira
mediate relief. W. H. Coerver.
Gambling in futures has - ruined
many a noan, arid -we are sorry to
learn that, another Cape Girardeau
man has been caught for all he had
and for all -he could borrow "from his
frianGs. -The pocket-hook ;6f a Cane
Girardeau man is too small to back
against the big city ramblers. . -
County . Court . will - convene .nxt
Monday in regular-session..-.
" Uriah Jones, . Hezekiau -Brown and
. John Peter Smith, will testify to the
wonderf a! curative properties of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
tles free. Satisfaction or money, re
funded.. ; For sale by allduggists. ;
- The post-office boxes are now com-
- pleted and a nicer or more convenient
post-office would be hard to find in
' any city or town in Missouri. '.
There is some floating iee in the
river but not enough to interfere with
steamboating. . . - - .
Are. yon lacking in- sUngiu and
energy.' Are'you nei'vous'deSpondoat;
irritable, " billious, , constipated and
. generally run down-in health. If sc,
your liter is torpid,, ant', and a. few
'"-.doses- of .'.Heroine . wilLj cure you
Heroine hasno equal as a' health re-
storer. - I. Ben Milterr"-. '
CapL- Burton of the steamer choro
"kee telegraphed , the Albert v Grocer
Company to-day that On -account-of
; Uie ice in the river - the .Cherokee
J would not leave St. Louie till- Friday
j M. E. Leming is able to be out
JTain after an illness of two or three
icru alter effects never follow th
use of Dr. Bell's , Peppermint Chil
Tonic It is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes weather is oredieted.
l!.8?d Imakr.Be8b" U The ! heard of Clarance
"""" o vueans. All 01 inis wctc v. wu5. et
.1.111. .i , "
""" w iuoy stay cureu. . D'-h.i cs
guarantee it. '
The Fair and ParktAssociationwill
soon be ready to ask for bids for
grading n the new fair grounds. '
There is no telling when we will
have a steamboat. The river is full
of ice and a continuance of cold
The election contest in Kentucky
has resulted in the assassination of
William Goebel, the Democratic con
testant for Governor. The shot that
killed Goebel was fired from the Slate
The Charleston Enterprise has two
announcements one for Congress and
one for Constable wide apart offices.
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawver
Little Wide Awake Pills; you will find
fiem just what you want. Tr
sample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
Louis B. Houck is down at Kennctt
on railroad business
The river is again full of floating
iee, and steamboating is done for
for some time to come.
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.
Last night was the coldest night we
have had this year.
Henry . Weigensteia, a Cape boy,'
has been promoted from Corporal ia
the 20th Infantry to Second Lieuten
ant, and is assigned to th 25th In
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiar
ly adapted to persona in enfeebled
health and invalids. It assists di
gestion and is a perfect itrengtheaer
adpetiaer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both tasteless and
bitter styles; 50-eent.slse. -
John F. Woody came up from
Bloomfield yesterday evening. ..
. Farmers la this coanty sold their
clover seed last year for two dollars
a bushel. This year they are having
to pay five and six dollars ft bushel
for clover seed.
KIDNEY DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's- Kidney
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
William Burgess came up from
Commerce last week and ia spending
a few days with his family. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lays, of Balti
more, Md., nephew and niece of Ed
ward S. Lilly, spent Saturday and
Sunday visiting their uncle in this
WiatTCtt? 'rA-turetor .jCoughs,
Colds, Croup, Whooping 'Congo,
Hoarseness, " Sore Throat, and a1
Bronchial Affections of the' Throat,
Chest and Lungs. 50 doses; -for 50
cents - .Money refunded if it . fails to
givesatisfaotion; mp mean Dr. Sim
mon&'Vpugtt tyrup. r or sate oy an
druggists. - . ,
Dr.' Stager is here to-day attending
the Pension Board meeting. -
J. E. Crumbaugh, representing the
State Tribune, Jefferson City, called
on us to-day.
The "Bicyclist's Best Friend" is a
familiar ' name for DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. ' While a specific for piles, it
also instantsy relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of tho skin. It never fails
Wm. H. Coerver.
A committee meeting of the Fair
Board was held this afternoon.
Those big-mouthed boy3 who gather
in the post-office every' day and talk
and laugh like they were at a base
ball gfime, are very annoying to the
patrons and employees of the office,
and the post-master will not stand
their annoyance much longer.
. Certainly you don't want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, salloV skin and loss of ap
petite. You have never tried De
Witt's Little .Early Risers for these
complaints' or you would have been
cured. They are small pills but jrreat
regulators. Wm. K. Coerver.
The transfer boat now lands at our
wharf. The ice keeps her from land
ing at the incline.
There is to be a new newspaper
started in this city soon. It will be
Democratic in politics.
Sec the advertisement of the Gaseo
Chemical Institute in another column.
Ballard's Snow Liniment. There is
no pain it will not relieve, no swelling
it will not subdue, no -wound it will
not heal, it will cure- frost bites,
chilblains, and corns. 25 and 50 cents.
1. Ben Miller.
Special Agent. Walsh, of the Home
Insurance Co. of New York, has
transferred the agency to L. J. Albert.
J r. The company was formerly repre
sented by Mr. Leo Doyle. The selec
;.ia of Mr. Albert is a good one, and
is especially complimentary as he was
chosen without having applied', for
The morning mail missed connec
tion at Delta yesterday and today.
'f .'. .Mir put f the Cape Brewery &
jit: -!. this vear will be unusually
I !-'. The beer business ia increas
ing all the time nnd the ice plant this
ye i-will turn out all the iee neces
sary to piy Southeast Missouri.
Th.- n siu all came at one time this
Miss Nettie Albert is still' improv
ing uud we ho)ie she is out of danger.
7ht Firemen's mask ball at Morri
son i itau, t'enruary otn, win be a
grand affair and the boys should be
liberally patronized. The admission
has been reduced to fifty cents.
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadi less 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
Ballard 8aow I Ins !
If you have a terrible pain in the
small of the back, get a bottle of
Snow Linement. It will positively
cure it and at once. Try it- and re
comend it to your friends, hold at
To Tkade for Cape Girardeau
resident property, a farm of eighty
acre in high state of cultivation,
in Bollinger county, good building,
orchard, well fenced. Also 80 feet
frontage on Good Hope street in Cape
Girardeau for sale cheap for cash.
Address J. H. O'Brien, Jackson, Mo.
Dr. L. P. Ruff arrived in the city
teday to fill his engagement. He will
probably remain here a few days
longer than his advertised time. Call
and sea him at the St. Charles Hotel.
Spoial prices 09
during the month -of Febru
ary. Call to see Samples of
this new Picture. Photo But
tons', Pins, etc Enlargements'
of all kinds. Kodaks and
supplies. Pictures developed
Full line of Picture Mould
ing and Frames made to
order any size. ' . " ;
Everything in the Picture
line,!. : . .
Glorlow ews "
Comes from Dr. D. 8. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. ' He writes: . "Four
bottles of Electric Bitters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, whieh" had
caused her great suffering for years.
Terrible sores wonld break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
could five no help; bu: her cure- is
complete and her health is excellent"'
ibis snows wnat thousands have pro v
ed that Electric Bitters is the best
blood parifier known. It's the sup
reme remeay ior eczema, tetter, alt
rheum, ulcers, boils and running
sores, is stimulates ivser, Kidneys
and and. bowels, expeis poisons, helps
digestion builds up the strength.
uniy oucenie. sow oy 1. tten. Miller,
Druggist. Guaranteed. 4
Hotlee mt First Meeting or Creditor.
In the- District Court of the United
States for the Eastern Division of
the Eastern Judicial District of
Missouri. In Bankrapcy.
In the matter of
Frank C. Jordan U Edward G. Schrei
In Bankruptcy. No. 185.
To the creditors of Frank C. Jordan
Edward G. SehreMer.jof Oran, in
. the County of Scott and District
Notice is hereby given that on the
lllh day of January; A. D. 1900. th.
said Jordan Sohreiner were duly
adjudicated, bankrupts, and that the
orst meeting 01 UMr creditors will be
held at the 'Court House in Case Gir
ardeau, coanty ml Cape. Girardeau,
la said judicial District, on the 15th
day of February. A. - D. 1900. at 10
o'ekMk ia the forenoon, at arbn time
the said creditors may jtttead. prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, fltm-i-ee
the. bankrupts, and transact each
other business as may properly come
centre saia meeting.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
-Cape Girardeau, Mo.. January 29th.
1900. . ..
The Standard Gas Lamp is the best.
The ground-hog saw his shadow
this morning, and of course he -went
back into his hole to remain' six
weeks. - "' - . ., '
Clarence Givens has not' made his
whereabouts known to' hisffrleitds tor
two or three weeks. .. ,
L. S. Joseph, cashier of the First
National Bank, went to St. Louis
this morning. He will return home
The Franciscan Sisters being com
pelled to enlarge the hospital and to
put ia several necessary .improve
ments, intend to hold a bazaar, on
April Hi, 17 and 18. More informa
tion will be given later on.
When you want game fish, fresh
oysters and everything that can be
had in the market, go to Hotel Scott.
Albert -DeReign, of Benton, is in
the city. Mr. DeReign is an educated
man and a clever gentleman.
The indications are that we will
have an open river in a few days.
Ed Juden came in on the late train
last night from a trip to the -towns in
the western part of the county.
Agents Wanted To sell Boer
War Book by Dr. MacKensie, famous
missionary. 500 pages, all battles
illustrated, f 1.75. Outfit free. Amer
ican Publishing House, Chicago.
Parties wishing copies of "Story in
Rhyme of Cape Girardeau and Her
People" can procure the same by
calling at tho Democrat.
There are two cases of a suspicious
sharacter in a colored family, up near
the old city cametery.
'Don't Tell My Wife" drew a large
and appreciative audience last night.
The comedy is one of the strongest
that have been put on here lately. It
is full of perplexing and rediculous
situations, and was well rendered.
Agents Wanted. To sell Drt
Conger's (private) Book for Ladies:
just out: 33 colored plates, 600 pases.
Outfit free. American Publishing
lie i'ooied the Surgeons
All doctors told Kenick Hamilton,
of West Jefferson, O.. after, suffering
18 months from Rectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed; but he cured himself
with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the surest pile cure on earth,
and the best salve in the world..' 25c
a box. .'Sold by IT Ben Miller. " 4
-v' TkMBf tUmvoy tor Flax.
Mr. John Mathiis, a weir known
stock dealer- ot - Pplaski; Ky., -says:
"After suffering lor over a week with
flux, and my physician having failed
to relieve me, I was advised to try
Chamberlain ' Colic, . Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy: and have the
pleasure of stating that the half of
qne bottle cured me,". For. sale. by. I.
Ben Stiller. . ' .'.'
.'VfarnxiiK toriaao Owners. ,
v- There. has been : some person or per
sons working Tu 'the various towns
claiming to be piano tuners and rep
resettling our bouse. . W wish to say
that' we have-only one piano tuner in
Southeast Missouri. Mr. '.Geo. M.
Garvin, will be at the St. Charles Ho
tel (for a few days and any work en
trusted ' to him will be properly done
a4 fally" guaranteed by usi.
Ssattixqek Piano and Mcsic Co.,
' ; 1114 Olive st;
" T . St Louis, Mo.
' 8evBty seven." (II.f) . '
i.'7X" is Dr. Humphrey's famous
Specific ior the cureof Grip and'Colds
-and the prevention of Pneumonia. All
' There AVoUld e a Rival. ..
.'It is stated "that Rev. Charles M.
Sheldon, of Topeka, Kan., author of
Iu His Steps,"-is to have a six days'
trial, beginning March 13, of con
ducting the Topeka Daily Capital, in
all its departments, on the basis of
his much exploited question, "What
would Jesus do?" It might be well
for the ambitious clergyman to con
sider, in the first place, that about the
last thing Jesus would do, if on
earth, would be to conduct a modern
daily newspaper, and Mr. Seldon had
better follow in bis steps. It might
also be well for the owners of the
Capital to reSect that the establish
ment of a rival based on the general
lines of "What would the devil do?"
would be a moral certainty, and it
would get all the money. Turf, Field
Dlsrovcred by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
made, and that too, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened its clutches
upon her and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but her
vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent For three
months she coughed incessantly, . and
could not sleep. She finally discover
ed a way to recovery, by purchasing
of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
much relieved on taking first dose,
that she slept all night: and with two
bottles, has been absolutely cured.
Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. Thus
writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of
Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
I. Ben. Miller's Drug Store. Regular
size 50c and $100. Every bottle guar
The following is a list or mdaimed letters
at the postoKce, Cap Girar iean. Mo., for the
week coding January -11, 19-10:
BairJ. Will Easier. John
Jlent-ctt, Xiis Josopblae Il-rman. J. S.
Brooks, Nettie - Bond, Bfrth Mis
lirown, Master Inma:( Cato, MiFS Carte
Clarfe,Mla Helen Heavely, Misg tlllv
Jcden, Miss EBe -Kni?iit. Jin. bliaxb -Parsosis,
T. L. SenotS, Antose
Sa-iler, M. L . Matter, alias OIlie
Sbar.k.J.E Wa -Tier, Barney
White, Mrs. Hattie.
When calling for same, please state that they
were advertised. Aire. Bierwiuth,
Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferer'
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick
and positive relief in Uacases. - -
i v v iftninnnnrAft irirtr
It is generally known that the Groceries, Flour, Provis
ions etc., sold by the Nicholas Scharff & Sons Grocer Co., of
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
T" i r i i r t t r .
1VU UCdl LnUU ailltUJ pUIC, UUII tUU JL.YC, AVCil .. . , ,
Huf Tomatoes, Sylvia Syrup, Snow Drift Com
Starch, Royal, (pound package) Rice, Holiday Sx&v
Little Giant Cheese faO cream; Banner, . Elmo &
O. G. Java & Mocha Coffees; Triumph Brand State
of Maine Sugar Corn. ,
A reward is offered by the Nicholas Scharff & 5oc3
Grocer Co of 10.00 to any one producing a can of sugar com
to eaual the Triumoh.
In California canned fruits their Alpine Brands of extra
standards can not be equaled. They are sinply luscious.
Call, try these goods aad many others. Will sell them
at moderate prices.
'Ptone 239. M. STONE, Grocer.
Great Bargains for all!
In Underwear, Swits Condee,
Fleece Goods, Worsted, Heavy
. Cotton Underwear 70 cents a
suit up. ,
Latest Novelty Effects!
In Neckwear, Mufflers, and
" Handkerchiefs; Puffs 25 cents to
.' : si50. Alsoabig Io't of ..Clubs
' ' ' and Imperial Ties
Get bur 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;
. kind -always. ... 1 t
J. T. SACKM ANN.
The undersigned wishes . to announce . tp .- j;'
the public that he has re-opened his
AT HIS HOUSE.
All those desiring instruction in music
please call or write to
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