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Our ferry boats are again making
Dor?t forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't hare to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
fiber.,. Sold bv W. H. Coerver. It
Henry Nussbaum is the father of
' bouncing big boy, and of course
Henry is happy.
The editor of the Gazette is a star
gazer. He is always looking in the
direction of that place where Demo
cratic editors are unknown.
Stay that barking by useing Ballard
Horehound Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of toe throat,
and relieres conception of the lungs
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disapoints.
50 cents. I. Ben. Miller. 25nd
C. Kdmondson, who resided near
East Cape Girardeau, Illinois, died
yesterday, aged about sixty-five years.
Mr. Edmundson had been afflicted
several years with a tumor on his
. A number of our people went out to
Jackson this morning to attend
Small precautions often prevent
great mischiefs. De Witt'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.
Judge Frank E. Burrough appeared
before the City Council this morning
as attorney for the Southern Missouri
& Arkansas Railroad. The railroad
company wants the right-of-way to
extend the road over Aquamzi street
up the river front.
They had a big fire in St. Louis
yesterday. Three whole blocks were
swept by the flames; one fireman was
killed and eleven others injured.
County Court is in session this
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billious, constipated and
generallv run down in health. If so,
your liver is torpid, and. and a few
doses of Herbin? will cure you
Herbine has no equal as a health re
storer. I. Ben Miller.
L. S. Joseph, cashier of tlie First
National Bank, returned home 'rem
St. Louis to-day.
The Mayor assessed a tine of one
dollar aaiust a meruber of the City
Council for absenting hfcaseif froai a
meeting; of the Council.
Miss Nettie Albert is still improving
and her father, Mr. John Albert, will
return to St. Louis to-morrow or
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties or JJr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
tles Tree, satisfaction or money re
funded. For sale bv allduggists.
The City Council was in session this
morniag. An adjournment was made
to Thursday night.
The management of the Fair and
Park Association will soon begin
work on the new grounds. The plans,
we understand, are now ready, and
the work of grading will soon begin.
The Board of Directors is composed
of prominent business men, and they
are putting in a great deal of time
looking after the preliminaries and
directing the laying off of the grounds
into suitable shape. When complet
ed, with the buildings, stalls, etc., we
will have the finest grounds in the
Moments are useless if trilled 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.
Murphysboro, Illinois, is a railroad
town, and of course it is a business
town. There are two railroads run
ning through Murphysboro, and there
has never been an accident in that
town caused by the railroads. The
more convenient we make it for rail
roads the more railroads we will have
to bring us business.
John M. Phelan won the appoint
ment to represent the Southeast Nor
mal in the Inter-Normal contest at
Cape Girardeau, March 7th. His
subject was "A Plea for the Fili
pinos." Uunning sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though 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
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
The Firemen's masquerade ball at
Morrison's hall last night was a suc
cess financially and socially. The
attendance was large and the maskers
did themselves splendidly.
Mrs. C. H. Day has been called to
the death-bed of her sister in Cumber
Te river is lower now than it has
been for several years. There iH no
ice floating but the water is too low
Evil after 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
stout, sound bone. It makes flesh. It
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chills so they stay cured. Dealers
There would be nothing wrong in
allowing the railroad to build up
August Bierwerth and Judge R. L.
Wilson went out to Jackson this
Farmers say that the growing wheat
is looking very promising for this
time of year. The prospects for a
big yield this year are good, and if
the price would go up to somewhere
in the neighborhood of a dollar a
bnibel, we would have a happy lot of
fanners in this country.
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Tre
ample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
Joel Randol, one of the oldest citi
zens in the county, is in the city to
day. Mr. Randol is enjoying good
health for a man of his age, and con
sidering too that he has been a hard
working man all his life.
We regret to learn that Mrs. Gracie
Lemmond, wife of Prof. Lemmond, is
dead. The sad news of her death
reached this city by wire to-day.
Mrs. Lemmond was a grand-daughter
of Dr. A. Peironnett of this city.
She was an accomplished lady and
she had a host of friends in this city
who will be shocked to hear of he
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.
' If the railroad is allowed to build
up town the heavy wagoning on
Spanish street will cease, and then
Spanish street can be yepaired and
made a good street.
The transfer boat now lands pas
sengers and mail at the wharf instead
of at the railroad incline.
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. ikl-eent.siae.
There are some people in this city
who would like to know the where
abouts of Clarence Givens.
This is the year that the people of
this city should help push things to
make a big, successful fair.
KIDNEY DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
The big Banner Store rooms, cor
ner Main and Broadway, are vacant.
The location is one of the best in the
city for a big store.
Tony Kammer, pay-master for the
Southern Missouri & Arkansas Rail
road, will go out over the line with
the pay car Saturday.
Some of the boys kept late hours
the other night and they are not look
ing well yet.
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 instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of the skin. It never fails
Wm. H. Coerver.
There will be five Counciimen and a
City Treasurer to elect at the next
election. The third ward will elect
two members of the Council.
F. A. Kage will quit the street rail
way on the 15th of this month.
Joe Jeager is fitting up his place of
business in handsome style.
Some members of the Board of
Directors of the Fair Association do
not attend the meetings of the Board
as often as they ought to.
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
givesatisfaction; we mean Dr. Sim
mons'Cough Syrup. For sale by all
Four of the supposed small-pox
patient are now out without a scratch
to show that they evea had the small
pox. County Court will be ic session all
this week. "
Charley Hawkins of Jefferson City
was in the city yesterday and to-day.
He left for the Capitol on the 11:30
train this forenoon.
The contract for the grading work
on the new fair grounds was let yes
terday to Billy Woods, at the price
of six and a quarter cents. Mr.
Woods is an experienced contractor
and he will do the Fair Association a
The Sturdivant Bank has 'received
a bag of the two-hundred cents dol
lars. They are the Lafayette 1900
World's Fair si Ivor rinllnra iaaiiMl h
the United States Government, and
!are sold at two dollars each. We
; are not familiar enough with money
jto properly describe this new two
j hundred cent dollar, but we can say
: that it is a handsome piece of money
and is a nice souvenir. You can get
them at the counter in the Sturdivant
Certainly you don't want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow 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 great
regulators. Wm. H. Coerver.
The infant child of Mrs. Ida Web
ster died, at the residence of W. G.
Ehrenschneider in this city this morn
ing. Mrs. Sarah Brown, of Bloomfleld,
is visiting relatives in this city.
The plans for the buildings on the
new fair grounds are being made by
Mr. A. O. Cryting, architect, of this
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.
The saw mills will "have all the
timber in this section of country
worked up in two or three more years.
The best timber is already gone.
The river is rising at the rate of
about one foot every twenty-four
hours. If the weather does not turn
too cold steamboats will be running
in a few days.
Dr. Wichterich, City Treasurer,
was at the court bouse this morning
We had a big mail this afternoon.
The 9 o'clock mail, 1:30 and 2 o'clock
mails all got here about the same
Our merchants say business is dis
County Court is still in session and
will probably be in session till noon
Capt. Van II. Caldwell, cashier of
the S. M. & A. Ry., is stuck on the
Biilie Terry, the popular chief clerk
of the S. M. & A. R. R., returned
from Kansas City yesterday.
It is reported, reliably we under
stand, that the Riverview Hotel will
change hands March 1st., a well
known St. Louis man taking charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop will continue to
reside in the city.
The stone wall recently i built just
south of Houck's railroad church
tumbled over last night. The water
from the heavy rain washed the foun
dation from under the wall and it had
nothing to stand on.
There was a ball at the St. Charles
Hotel last night, and it was a very
enjoyable affair. The dancers were
out in large numbers and they kept
the musicians employed till three
o'clock this morning. Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis were highly complimented for
their ability as entertainers.
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 in high state of cultivation,
in Bollinger 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.
Will Juden is at home visiting rel
atives. He will remain here a few
Dr. Wood of Jackson was appoint
ed poor farm physician by the County
Court this week.
A. J. D. Burford was in the city
The subjects for next Sunday's ser
vices at the Themis Street Methodist
Church are as follows: Morning at
eleven o'clock, "The Burden of Sym
pathy: Evening at 7 o'clock, "Balm
in Gilead." The Communion will be
administered at the close of the morn
John F. Woody came up from
Bloomfield this morning.
A free cup of Walter Baker & Co's
breakfast Cocoa is being served at
the stores of W. M. Stone, Main St.",
and Louis H. Graessle, opposite
Steins Mills, Friday and Saturday of
this week. Everybody cordially in
vited to call and try this delicious
The remains of Mrs. Gracie Lem
mond were laid to rest in the cemetery
at Bristol, Tennessee, last Wednes
Miss Freda Dauernheim died in St.
Louis, Feb. 7th. " The young-lady was
well known in this city, and.the news
of her death will be sad news- to her
many friends here.'
I John A. ttopB passed through the
city to-day on his way home from
Butler county. We have beard that
Mr. Hope's friends are urging him to
make the race for State Senator in
this Senatorial District. If the Dem
ocrats want to be decent and nomi
nate a man with brains, we know of
no better man in their party than
John A. Hope.
There is no hotel in Missouri that
furnishes better accommodations than
does the St. Charles in this citv. . It
is furnished up-to-date, and its ae
commodations, in every respect, are
equal to the best hotels in St. Louis
and Chicago. When you stop at the
St. Charlas you surely feal that you
are at home.
Money to Loan on Improved Farms
as security $250, 1500, $750, $1000,
$1250 and $1500. Also several well
improved Farms, Dwellings and
Building Lots For Sale Cheap.
H. S. Deane,
102 Main St.,
Cape Girardeau. Mo.
Our people should, by word and
otherwise, do all they can to help the
management of the Fair Association.
It is no little jab to make a new fair
John J. Daily, of St Louis, will be
in this city February 15, 16 and 17, to
purchase horses and mules. He will
pay the highest market price in cash
for good stock. Remember the place
Speial prices on
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
Probate Court will be in session at
Jackson next Monday.
Dr. L. P. Ruff is still in the city
and will remain at the St. Charles
Hotel until next Monday evening.
The County Court granted a saloon
license to Herbst & Berry for a saloon
in the Meystcad block on Main street.
The County Court was so busy this
week it had to hold a night session.
Miss Nattie Albert is still improv
ing, and she is now considered out of
The young ladies of Christ Epis
copal Church will give a valentine
social at the parlors of the Riverview
Hotel on Wednesday evening, Feb.
14th. The program of the evening
will follow in a later issue of this
paper. All are invited to join us and
have a social time.
The American Book Company has
just issued a new geography, the
Natural Series and the advance book
is on our table. It is by Redway and
Hinman, the well-known authors. No
modern school can afford to be with
out them. The wonderful advance
ment made in teaching geography is
happily illustrated in the new book.
A special feature of the book is its
treatment of the earth as the home of
man. The natural features are stud
ied from the standpoint of human in
terest and it is shown how man has
taken advantage of nature, what rail
ways, water communications, etc.,
have done to connect the individual
and nation with the rest of the world.
Married, in Los Angeles, California,
on Wednesday, January 17, 1900, by
Rev. Joseph Smale, pastor of First
Baptist Church, Miss Mary C.
Walker, daughter of Mrs. M. J.
Walker, formerly of Cape Girardeau,
Mo., and Mr. Charles Hesse, son of
Mrs. M. L. Hesse of St Louis. Mo.
The ceremony was witnessed only b
a few intimate relatives of the young
couple, Mr. Will H. Wheeler. Mr.
and Mrs. James Fenwick and Mrs.
M. J. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Hesse
will be at home to their friends after
January 28th, at 820 West 40th St.,
Los Angeles. Jackson Cash-Book.
Tbe following is s list of unclaimed letter
at tbe postofflce. Cape Girardeau, Mo..;fOT tbe
week coding February 7, 1900:
Rronntz, Fritz Beck, Mrs. Annie
Bawers, Wiliiani Crofo. Wm. H.
Cunningham, C. H. Camming. H. H.
Dongias & Son, Mis. W. Green, Sarah
Goia, Wm. Hail, Mrs. Lizzie
Marga, Miss Jennie Mitchell, Clara Mrs.
Morton, .William A. Pate, Oliver
Pediaeo.Joe Perkins, Wm.
Kandoll.Mrs C. P Ksndoll. Mrs. S. F.
Roberts, Miss Lizzie Stevens, W. D.
Staball, Kaehall Weslbrook. W. L.
Welch, Mr. Williams. T. P.
Williams, Mrs. Nance Williams, Mrs. Annie
Wilkerson, Miss feme, ()
When calling for same, please state that they
were advertised. Aio. Bikrwwth,
Glad Tidings to Astlims Sufferer'
Foley's Honey and Tar gires quick
and positive relief in llacases.
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
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 corn
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.
'PllOne 239. W. M. STONE, Grocer.
Great Bargains for all!
Cotton Underwear 70 cents a
Latest Novelty Effects!
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. SACKMANIM.
The undersigned wishes to announce to
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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