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MIXED UP," V
Fma4 That la of Iitontl.
. ' - KOXDAY. "
.Arrangement tor th big fair to be
neia auring the Brut week la Mar are
progressing nicely. .
Tne boat rQning tip the Tennessee
rlTer must be doing a eteat buainesa.
AI1 of them that pass up for St Louis
are loaaea down to the guards.
Dou'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
Some monied Parties hare been t
perimenting with dirt at Carutbers-
vine to see it it was good for brick
iney nna teat it will answer the pur
pose admirably and they will put in
plant at Caruthersville employing
ur. Howard will put water pipes
ana plumbing ppparatus in his house.
Richardson & Slavick have secured
the contract for the work.
Stay that barking by useing Ballard
Horehound Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of tbe 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
On Saturday last about 11 o'clock
a. m. there were seventy-eight wagons
and other vehicles standing on Main
I. Ben Miller has opened up his ice
cream business, and with the latest
improved machinery is now prepared
to furnish ice cream in any quantity
desired and on short notice.
bmail 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.
Capt. Henry Partee, one of the best
known pilots on the river between St.
iwouis ana JNew urieans, is now on
the steamer Peters Lee. The Captain
is the man who brought the Concord
up the river, the first war vessel of
any consequence that ever ascended
tne Mississippi. jo one Knows ex
actly how old Capt. Partee is, but no
matter how many years may have
passed over bis head he posesses tbe
faculty of looking younger as he
grows older. Be is more vouthful in
appearance than he was fifteen years
ago. and he knows the river like a
printer does his case.
There must be a great deal of im
proving going on here, an alt the
painters are busy and have all they
Running sores, indolent ulcers and
similar .troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may be cured by using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and beals. It is
the great pile cure. W. H. Coerver
Nothing further has been heard of
that fine hotel the C. & E. I. were to
commence building at Thebes a couple
of weeks ago.
A number of Cape people who are
familiar with the mysteries of the
three links, will go to Metropolis on
the 2(itb to attend the Interstate I. O.
O. F. Association.
Moments are useless if trided away
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. IL Coerver.
Just as soon as the S. M. & A. R.
R. makes that fill on Aquamsi street,
the council should go to work and
ascertain what the expense will be to
put in a little more dirt and make a
street of it.
There will be a good crop of candi
dates in Cape Girardeau county this
year. Some of them are a little shy
about coming to the front with thoir
announcements, but all they need is a
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Tre
sample. They do not gripe Sold a
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
The question of the location of that
bridge at Cape Girardeau is an im
portant one, and our citizens should
get together without delay and take
60mo action in the matter. If the
people want the bridge located here
thoy must go to work.
The stingiest man on earth is re
ported to have his abiding place in
Michigan, tie married a home girl
in order to save expenses and then
walked around the block for a bridal
taur. Feeling that he must blow him
self for a wedding present he bought
five cents worth of candy and then
suggested to the bride that they had
bitter save the candy for the children.
The Misses J uha and Sallie Hutch
ings departed on the 11:30 train to
day for their old home, Caledonia,
Mo., to spend a two weeks vacation
allotted to them by tbe Telephone
Company. They will also visit friends
at Irondale and DeSoto during the
- Several persons were seen here to
aay who may develop into candidates
for some office within tbe gift of tbe
people of this connty. - They were
looking over the ground and feeling
meir way, as it were.
A Cape butcher' sold over five bun
area dollars worth of hides today
Tbe score In tbe base ball erame at
Jacksoh yesterday was 18 to 8 in
favor of the Normal bora. The rame
was a good one and was witnessed by
KIDNEY niSFASM M th.
laiai oi an oimium. KniAv'a irtnu
vur is a guaranteed remeay or money
The St Charles Hotel seems to be a
sort of hoodoo to the people who take
noia or it though why this should be
the case is not plain. Tbe hotel is an
excellent one, its location is good, it
is nicely fitted up and appears to be
wen patronized all tbe time.
Chairman Joseph Florv of the Mis
souri board of Railroad and Ware
house Commissioners, announces that
joint meeting- of the boards of Rail
road and Warehouse Commissioners
of Missouri, Illinois and Iowa, will
be held at tbe Southern Hotel in St
Louis on April 26, for the purpose of
considering the matter of reclassifies
tion of vehicles.
Old fashions in dress mav be re
vived, but no old-fashioned medicine
can replace Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For
sale by I. Ben Miller.
Theodore Osterlob, of Joplin, Mo.,
and Miss Amanda Nussbaum of this
city were married at 9 o'clock this
morning by Rev. Lobeck, pastor of
the Lutheran church. The wedding
was private, only the immediate rela
tions of the bride and groom being
present The young couple left today
for their future home in Joplin, car
rying with ibem the best wishes of
many friends for their happiness.
Mrs. Harris, a lady from Dexter,
Mo., will take charge of the St
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.
The nights are getting pleasant now,
and soon tbe young people will be
seeking the seats in the park. There
will be whisperings f love, billing,
cooing, etc., without limit.
If the Chicago & Eastern Illinois
road should succeed in entering
Cairo, which is quite probable, it will
be a death blow to Thebes.
Are you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent
irritable, billious, constipated and
generally run down in health. If so.
your liver is torpid, and. and a few
dos?s of Heroine will cure you
Herblno has no equal as a health re
storer. I. lien Miller.
The farmers are anxiously waiting
for some rain, and the timber men
want to see more water in some local
ities so they can ti oat out tl.eir lo.s
which are lying in the swamps.
Those of the Cape's citizens who
have eujoyed a personal acquaintance
with former Landlord Ellis, of the St
Charles, will regret that he has decid
ed to seek another business location.
The Riverview Hotel is again open
Evil after eff jets never follow th
use -or Dr. fell s rvppermmt I. nil
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
The city council met in regular ses
sion last night The regular monthly
business was transacted.
George Richardson, his wife and
two men named Brown and Grant
were at work making ties in the lower
part of Wayne county, and all lived
together in camp. The former had
saved considerable money, about $700,
which he carried in a belt. On the
21st ult., Brown and Grant murdered
Richardson and burnt his body, the
rut)k of which was found charred. It
is said his wife was si party to the
murder. Ail are under arrest
The "Bicyclist's Best Friend" is a
familiar name for DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. While a specific lor piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and ail
affections of the skin.' It never fails
Wm. H. Coerver.
A family of movers passed through
here yesterday afternoon, and while
their team was resting on one of the
side streets, the woman of the family
went around town and solicited sub-
criptions to secure food.- She man
aged to raise several dollars. A
number of persons who contributed to
the fund found out afterward that
there were two strong, husky men
with the outfit, and then they felt like
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderfal curative properties of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
tles free. Satisfaction or money re
funded; For sale by allduggists.
According to the Southeast" Mls-
sourian, published at New Madrid.
J. W. Lawson, formerly agent for tbe
Cotton Belt at Paw Paw, and who
washort in bis accounts a small
sum, has been arrested in Memphis.
Don't forget if yon 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
The A. O. U. W. lodge here has
had quite a boom recently. At tbe
last meeting 23 new members were
Miss Flora Stafford is attending to
the central telephone office during tbe
absence of the Misses Hutchins.
Money to Loan on Improved Farms
as security 8250, 1500, 8750, 81000,
11250 and 81500. Also several well
Improved Farms, Dwellings and
Building Lots For Sale Cheap.
H. S. Deane,
102 Main St,
Cape Girardeau. Mo.
It is rumored that there will shortly
be some other changes in the steam
boat business that may affect the in
terests of the Lee Line and those of
the St. Louis & Tennessee River
Edward G. Rolwing, of Charleston,
Mo., and Miss Martha Stephens,
of Boonville, a niece of Gov Steph
ens, were married yesterday aftenoon
at the home of the bride's parents in
Boonville. The wedding is said to
haye been a very swell afalr.
Dr. Simmons' Sarsaparilla effect
ually aids weak, impaired and debili-
atted organs of both sexes. Its action
is quick and lasting. Fifty cents and
A certificate of incorporation has
been issued by the Secretary of State
to tbe Cape Sawmill Company, of
Cape Girardeau; capital stock, $3001),
The incorporators are M. E. Leming,
W. W. Leming, F. E. Burrough and
John W. Phillips.
Theo. Osterloh and bride left on the
11:30 train yesterday. They will visit
St. Louis, Chicago and Kansas City
before they go to their home in Jop
Candidates for county offices must
accompany their orders for announce
ments in the Democrat with the cash
ao announcement will be inserted
until the announcement fee is paid.
Blucher Sperling was elected chair
man of the Republican County Central
Committee to succeed William Regen-
hardt, who had been chairman for
nearly forty years. Mr. Regenhardt
quit tbe committee because the work
was too much for a man of his age.
Postmaster Bierwirth says that tbe
new postage stamp book will be on
sale here shortly after May 1. The
postmasters haye received word to
that effect. These books will be in
three sizes; one containing twelve two-
cent stamps, to sell for twenty-five
cents; oi:e having twenty four two-
cent stamps, to sell for fifty cents; ore
having forty -eight two-cent stomps to
sell for one dollar. A page will con
tain six stumps. The books are of
convenient pocket size and the stamps
are prevented from sticking together
by parafine paper. The books sell at
one cent addition on the cost of the
stamps. This is to pay for the costs
of the books.
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. VV m. JJ. Coerver.
What is it? A cure for Coushs.
Colds, Croup, Whooping Congo,
ioarseness. Sore ihroat, and al
Bronchial Affections of the Throat,
Chest and Lungs. 50 doses for 50
cents. Money refunded if it fails to
?ivesatisfaction: we mean Dr. Sim-
mons'Cough Syrup. For sale by all
FOR SALE-Old established cigar,
tobacco and notion store at 12-10 Bed
die street. Price S.;50. Business es
tablished over 34 vcars atro. Address
II. 1250 Beddlo street, St. Louis,
Will H. flaupt of Randol township
announces himself this week as a can
didate for Assessor of Cape Girardeau
county. Mr. Haupt is a young man
of abilitv. He is a graduate of the
Normal School and is well qualilied
o fill the oiiice to which he aspires.
lie has just closed a very successful
term of school in Randol township.
For Assessor it would be hard to lind
a better man than Mr. Haupt.
Subjects for Sunday next at .Metho
dist Church, Themis and Sprigg
freets, are: Morning, at 11 o'clock,
Christ and His Witnesses;'" Even
ing, at 7:30, "The Voyage of Life." .
Gebang remarks: '"Ben has done
gone and put in a gas engine at the
Democrat office. Gas, think of that!
It was a severe tax on Ben to- supply
the newspaper, to say nothing of a
machine like that The next thing we
shall hear is that Ben has gone up in
a beerloon." Well, even this would J
he better than being clawed to death
by a monkey, or being drowned in a
bucket of paint I
' little Lee Lyons, the toughest little
boy in Missouri, was seat from this
city this morning to the Orphan's
Homo in 81 Louts. David A. Glenn
fitted the little urchin out with a n
outfit from bead to foot and when he
left he was a fine looking little fellow.
Jackson Cash-Book: "Seeing Bros.
Adams of the Democrat and Lusk of
the Herald in brotherly converse at
the Republican convention Saturday,
reminded us of 'Beauty and the
Beast"' Thanks! We haye been
called a number of things, but to be
designated as "Beauty" is indeed
gratifying. Of course tne Democrat
man knows he . is pretty, but it is
pleasant to have othe-s recognize the
List of Executors. Administrators.
Guardians and Curators who are re
quired by law to exhibit their accounts
on tbe day and date below named, at
the May Term, 1900, of said court,
to be begun and held at the court
house in the city of Jackson. Cape
Girardeau county, Missouri, com
mencing on Monday, May 14th, 1900.
Monday, May 14th, 1900.
Allen, Thomas A., guardian of
William M. Stinkard, a minor.
Abernathy, Eli, administrator of
estate of Margaret R. Hope, deceased.
Allen, .Thomas A., guardian of
minor heirs of J. F. Herzinger, dee'd.
Bruihl, Anna, executrix of estate of
Henry Bruihl, deceased.
Blair, Ben 1J., guardian of Mary
Tol liver, a minor.
Urennecke, George, guardian of
minor heirs of Jessie F. Criddle, dee'd.
Cuppard James C, guardian of
Celi s and Alleyne Malone, minors.
Craig, John VV., guardian oi ivy
Craig, a minor.
Tuesday, May 15th. 1900.
Crites, David, guardian of Bennett
Seabaugh, a minor.
Crump, Louisa E., guardian of Etta
May Crump, u minor.
Clippard, Price C, guardian of
Ethel Powell, a minor.
Cuppard. John v., guardian of C
C. Powell, a minor.
Cuppard, Walter t., guardian ot
Thurman C. Powell, a minor.
Cotner,' Louis O., guardian of John
A. Cotner heirs.
Colyer, Curtis L., guardian of Athel
W. Colyer, a minor.
Clingingsmlth. James A., adminis
trator of estate of Louisa Lail, dee'd.
Cotner Susanna A., administratrix
of estate of Joseph L. Cotaer, dee'd.
uralle Henry C, guardian - oi
Edward C. Bornemann, a minor.
Drum, William W. and Thos. B.,
guardian of Mary E. Drum.
Wednesday. May 16th, 1900.
Evans, Susan E., guardian of minor
heirs of Dudley Evaus deceased.
Engelmann, ri. U., executor oi
est ite of E. D. Engelmann. deceased.
Grejn, Louisa V., guardian of Kate
Green, a minor.
Uorrell, John A., guardia i of minor
heirs of H. W. Howard, deceased.
Hoffmeister, fC'narles, guardian of
Bertba aud Emma Feuerhahn minors.
Kinder, L.-vi J., administrator of
estate of William IS. Eakins, deceased.
Kasten Juhanna administratrix of
estate oi diaries Kasten, aecra-tea.
Kiehue, Henry F.. guardian of Julia
A me lung heirs. .
lange, August guardian oi has own
Miller. William H., guardian of
Albert G McGuire, a minor.
McFadden, Mitchel, guardinn of
minor heirs of William Ingram, dee'd.
Thursday, May 17th, ltwo.
Morrisson, Nancy E., executrix of
estate of Robert Morrison, deceased.
McCa I lister, C. D., guardian of Gale
McJallister, a minor.
McLain, Ivy, guardian ot minor
heirs of D. D. EcLain heirs.
Miller, Mollie C., guardian of
Charles G. Miller, a minor.
Moriran. I nomas v., guardian of
Lillie A. Morgan, a minor.
McGee. Andrew J., guardian of
Ernst, Jessie L ic R B Crump, minors.
Penzel Gustav, guardian of Georga
Penzel Gustav, guardian of Willie
Kromaim. a minor.
Poe Albert II.. administrator of
estate of Caroline Baur, deceased
Pco Albert U., administrator of
estate of Franklin Creatb, deceased.
Poe Albert H-, Administrator of
esxat? of Mary urecn, aecraseu.
Poe AUx.-rt H-, administrator of
esia'e of Mary J. Tunze, deceased.
Friday, May 18th, 1900.
Powell M. J. & W. F. Clippard,
ados of estate of Peter Powell, dee'd.
Itussell, Narcena C, executrix of
estate of E. VV. Russell, deceased.
R ibich Herman, guardian of Lulu
Griffith, a minor.
btatier Gilbert D., guardian of
Ch.'lcs II Statler, a minor.
Schonhoff Frank B.. guardian of
his owu minor children.
Schmidt Louis A., guardian . of
l'x-rl Wwklr, a minor.
Siie.lekum Henry, guardian of bis
own i:i i;nr ciaiuren.
ieaiers F. W. II-, guardian of
ler.ry Si.-ir.va'i a minor.
Saf.-'.er John J., guardian of Oito
Teninieton, a minor.
Sebastian Henry L, guardian of
his own minor children.
Sievers Augusta, executrix of estate
of Henry Sievers. deceased.
Saturday, May IOth, 1000.
iSchlueier Andrew H., guardian of
Bernard Bitter, insane.
i'u;hhotf Charles, guardian of
Alvah Brown, a minor.
Tu.-chho!f Charles, administrator of
estate of Christian luschbuh, dee'd.
Thomson Nancv J., guardian of
. 4 . - . rm ' , J
RUtior liriis oi J. C inornpson uec u.
TTinlKM-k Julius E.. guardian of
minor heirs of Ernst iUmbeck, dee'd.
Weltecke F. H., guardian or oeo.
W. Bean, a minor.
Wilis Drudy, guardian of J. B.
Williams Harrison It, guardian of
i-ene B. Williams, a minor.
A 'test: HEXRY rLS.
Clerk Probate Court
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The largest line of Carpet Samples ever
brought to the Cape, consisting of Axminsters
Wilton Velvets, Bremire Wilton Velvets,
Body Brussells, . Tapestry Brussells, Three
Ply, Perfecto Brussell Ingrains, Extra Supers,
Ideal and Superba Carpets. Everything new
and the very latest designs. Here is an op
portunity to get Carpets that will please you
and at rock bottom prices.
E. A. JOHNSTON.
We are ready to supply
All demands for Carpets, Mattings, Oil
Cloths, Linoleums, Window Shades,
Curtains, Portieres and Curtain Materials
Elegant patterns in Chinese and Japan
ese Mattings which come in both Cotton
and Jute Chain, ranging in price from
15c. to 40 cents a yard.
A full line of
Ingrain Carpets, lovely designs,
ing in price from 2 5 cents to 75
A Beautiful line of
Brussells, Moquettes, Velvet
Axminster Carpets, ranging in
from 65 cents to $1.25.
Complete line of
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Swiss
Curtains and Curtain Materials.. Oil
Cloths, Linoleums and Curtain Poles.
Bring the measure of the rooms you
you wish to carpet. .
DAVID A. GLENN.
ffdii)ii)istf atrix Sale
Of all kinds of-
Ttye Salt; is still oir 017 acj? day.
And it will pay every one in need of good goods cheap to
call. We have a large stock of Men s and Ladies shoes that
aJe going cheap and are of the bst brands made.
Our Clothing is going cheap; we also have a good line of
men's overalls and woiking shirts that we are closing out at
rock bottom prices.
The place to get these bargains is at the store of the late
One door south of the Hardware Store of E. S. Lilly, Cape
Girardeau, Mo. Come one and all and we will save you
money on every dollar you spend with us, as these goods
must be sold regardless of what they are actually worth.