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VAN VLEET-MANSF1ELD DRUG CO,.
Sale Proprietor, MEMPHIS. TINN,
For sale by W. H. Coerver, Druggist, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
The Weekly Democrat.;
Published Every Saturday by
-wi . . - -
l nu isuiiiuuiuu i i iiiomy JJ
MKT I 1 K 1 1 1 1 1 ! I I I 1 I ! I 1 1 1 I l I
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offle at Caie Girardeau,
Mo., as secoiid-ciass matter.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, VJUO.
t EDITORIAL NOTES.
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We didn't do a thin? to 'cm.
The full dinner bucket did it.
Ben Gockel led the county ticket for
Old Cape County is all rifrht she's
It was dead easy just like sending
home for monev.
Dick Uines niu
to South Africa.
t have made a trip
Bryan carried Arkansas and Texas,
Hurrah, hur-rah, hur
Dick Ilines was looking out for
Dick Bines and he pot there.
The indications are that Joe Cald
well is elected State Senator.
weeouldn t hold our roosters any
longer. They're bound to crow.
Prosperity is so universal that even
the relie factories are running extra
A Democrat of the B. V. Lusk
stripe says the niters and the Dutch
beat the Democrats in this county.
Too many school houses and
churches in Cape Girardeau county
for the good health of the Democrats.
Break the news gently to Aguinaldo
for bis hopes to-morrow will fall with
a crash when the wires tick the defeat
of William J. Bryan.
It was a grand victory and we are
now assured of four more yi;ars of
prosperity and Old Glory will still
flutter to the breeze unsoiled.
To B. P. Lusk. of tiie Jackson Her
ald: Take that knife out of your
sleeve, bhaku hands with E. W.
Flentge, and learn to talk Dutch.
Some of our Democratic friend
feel like going to
weiv -o confidcut.
icctVr t:i. i.. we
fear suii.e of llieru will j:l(t suvvivc the
llio Democrats of this county had
as well quit lii:.siiie.-s. Wo have too
many school houses and churches and
consequently too many Republican
That Salt river packet will" be
loaded to the guards . and v.e
trust their trip will be a pleasant
one for they have undoubtedly suffer
Bryan, Stone, Altgeld and the rest
of the political buccaneers who have
beeu running the Democratic party to
ruin in the past four years will now
drop into obscurity.
Bryan will soon be telling how it
was done, and will very likely be
prophesying the future of this country.
To the people be has been a false pro
phet and henceforth his utterances
will be ignored.
"Four more years of prosperity."
How good those words sound to the
American people. What a melodious
ring they have, and what joy they
bring to the hearthstone of the many,
many happy homes.
, The Fourteenth Congressional Dis
trict takes in seventeen counties and
it will take an official count to decide
who is elected to Congress. Democrats
acknowledge that the vote will be close
and Republicans believe that Mozley
"77" Breaks up Cold.
The prompt use of Dr. Humphreys'
Specific "77" breaks up colds that
"hang on." All druggist, 2oc.
Humphreys' Medicine Co., Corner
William & John Sts., N. Y.
JOV AT McklNLEY'S HOME.
; Canton Celebrates the Victory--The Be.
turn to Washington.
1 caxtox o., November 7, i a m.
'Ti... i : ,.!.. . t . i-i - 1 . I
I " ' -. - - .
gun are all out in
ley's house, and he and his
family have retired to bed, but Canton
is still celebrating. For over seven
hours skyrockets, bombs and tin horns
hare turned Canton's public square
inx bedlam, but peace has settled
down over 1'resident McKinlev's house
and his whole neighborhood.
The storm of noise and enthusiasm
did not break over the the little frame
house in North Market street till late
in the evening. From time to time
rumblings of the celebrating that was
going on elsewhere reached the Presi
ueui s ears, uuring tne early even'
ing the flash of a skyrocket occasion'
any snoweu tnrougn tne drawn cur
tains ef the President's house, but the
crowd kept away until after 11 o'clock.
Then the storm of noise louder than a
dozen cyclones and tornadoes rolled
into one burst over the house,
1 resident Mckinley will return to
Washington at 1:3.1 to-morrow after
noon on the regular Pennsvlvania
train, which reaches Washington
Thursday morning. Two siecial can
will be attached to the train for tin'
Hints have reached Canton that the
trip of the President to Washington
will be a triumphal journey that will
surpass bis famous trip to the inaugu
ration four years ago. The trip will
be made by a slow train, which will
stop at every station and give people
along the routa a chance to cheer it
The Lesson of the Election.
me result oi luesuay's election is
just what had been expected by those
who keep in touch witu popular feel
ing and sentiment. It is true that
Messrs Jones, Stone, Hogg & Co.
made all sorts of extravagant claims
as to what W. J.. Bryan would do,
but most of the people took these
claims for what they really were.
large sized bluff. They were not be
lieved for a moment even by the man
who made them. The result of the
election is most gratifying to the
advocates of sound money and the
lovers of good, safe, conservative
government. Ihe election carries with
it several good lessons. It teaches us
once more that the American people
have reached a plane of intelligence
from which they can view the situation
in a campaign and from correct opin
ions regardless of the effort made by
specious pleading and sopuistry to
turn their views into another channel
The election shows further that the
great mass of the in-cide in tbiri land
stand rhoulder to shoulder with I'res
dent iVclvinley and give his adminis
tration their warm and cjrdial cu-
doi s--nic!it. His coih'ms has met with
ihelr approval and tliey have placed
the stamp of their commendation upon
it in unmistakable terms.
Tin; result of the election mioas
fiilner, Ihjpi the political monstrosity
Known axine i.nieago 1 latlorm is
still obnoxious as ever u the people
and that they will have uoue of ',he
measures it advocates. The election
is a repudiation of liryan and Bryan-
ism ana tne deatn Knell ot both, vus
sounded on Tuesday last. The peoiile
are not yet ready to turn the govern
ment over to the nun who stand for
those things which Bryanisin repre
sents and they have shown they da
not propose to have the wool pulld
over their eyes by a lot of political
schemers to whom party success is
mora desirable than the good of tke
people. The election is also a demon
stration of the fact that the glory of
the nation, its good name and Us
high standing are of more value than
the success or failure of any partic
ular man. The great body of people
voted on Tuesday not so much as
republicans, but as American citizens,
citizens who could not but note the
effort made to undermine and destroy
the nation's honor and the masses of
the people will so regard it
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Cae Girardeau County Fair and
Park Association will be held at the
court house in the City of Cape Gir
ardeau, Mo., on the 4th day of De
cember, 1900, it being the first Tues
day -in December, for the purpose of
electing nine directors and voting on
a proposition to change the Constitu
tion of the Association, and to attend
to such other business aa may be prop
erly brought before the meeting.
Attest: D. A. Glenn, Pres.
K. H. Engelmann, Sec'y.
Houses for sale by Henry A. Astolz.
To those living
: in malarial districts Tutt's Pills
1 are indisoensible. the v keen the
system in perfect order and are
an absolute cure
for sick headache, indigestion,
malaria, torpid liver, constipa
tion and all bilious diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
List of Executor. Administrators
Guardians auu curators wno are re
quired by law to exhibit their accounts
on the day and date below named, at
the November Term, liHX), 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, November 12th,
Monday, November. 12th, 1!KX.
Alexander Oliver, administrator of
estate of Wm. K. Alexander, dee'd.
Alexander Oliver, guardian of
Lucius G. Coiner, a minor.
Brantley Julia, guardian of minor
heirs of J W Brantley, Ueceased.
Bowman Samuel S, guardian of
James O and Lyman Bowman minors.
Bartels Charles, guardian of minor
heirs of Henry .1 Sander, den-eased.
Bolmsack Chas Sr., guardian of
minor heirs of Herman Sander, dee'd.
Breni ecke George, guardian of
minor heirs of R P k'muison dee'd.
Tuesday, November I'Ith, l!too.
Bast and Miller, executors of estate
of Thomas J Bast dee'd.
Crump Oliver H., administrator of
estate of Wm M O.iver, deceased.
Cracraft William C, guardian of
John W Cracraft, a minor.
English Henry R., guardian of
Freddie Reese, a minor.
Ervin William A., administrator of
estate of Vernetta Ervin, deceased.
Ford Albert C, administrator of
estate of James M Lail, dee'd
renimore George W., administrator
of estate of Henry Fennimore, dee'd.
Gratz William T., administrator of
estate of Fred J Petzoidt, deceased.
Hope Edgar L., guardian of Clar-
ance Stewart, a minor.
Wednesday, November 14th, 1U00.
Hahs Henry V., guardian of Lulu
E & Newton J Grammar, minors.
Hahs Henry W ., administrator of
estate of Christian Leonard, dee'd.
Hahs Henry W., administrator of
estate of William Friese, deceased.
klaus Louis, guardian of his own
Kurre Sophia, guardian of Monr)
Kurre, a minor.
kinder A. P., administrator of
estate of George L Bond deceased.
kiehne iha-rles G.. guardian of
minor heirs of Charles Mueller, dee'd.
lxoney .Minerva, iruaruian of Jlos-
eoe Looney, a minor.
Meyr John, administrator of estate
of Louise Mirlv. deceased.
Mantz Alvina, administratrix of
late of Frederick Reinecke, dee'd.
Thursday, jovemiieii 11th, I'.mi-.
McFadden Mhchcll. guard;;.u of
Forrest Alligood, a minor.
Mvb'addeu Mi!bull, guardian ef
minor heirs of William In-n am Uec d.
MtHTi.-on Nancv E.. administratrix.
of estaU; of Koln-vt Morrison, dee'd.
Miller MoilieC. gu:iru:an of Chas!
Miller, a ininov.
Morrison Chiti-ies S . guardian of
HaroUl i Mori'it'jii, a Minor.
Mrl-tin John A., guardiau of Laura
L Mel-'iui, a miller.
McLtt.ni .lolin A.. guardian of
Ctuir le- iV Berths McDowell, minors.
Miller William H., "uanlian of
John fc Robert Wilson minors.
Newell Benson H. "u&rdian of Ed
ward & Samuel Newell, minors.
k etzoldt t rederick, guardian of
minor beirs of Oscar Jahn, deceased.
FBJIAY, XOVSJIUKE lt)TH, l'JOO
I'eterinan George W.t administrator
of estate of S A Petertnan. deceased.
Peterman, George V., administrator
of state of John C. Davis, deceased.
t oe, Albert ii., guardian of Henry
Kynion, a minor.
I'oe, Albert lLf administrator of
estate of Lucmda Russell, deceased.
LJuinn, HugV R., guardian of Nana
Ii. Ford, a minor.
Ruff. Laura, guardian of William:
T. Ruff, a miaor.
Scheppelroann, Frederike. sruardian
ot uulda bcneppelmann, a minor.
bummers, William A., guardian oi
Edgar F. Summers, a minor.
Scboen, F. J. & E. F., administra
tors of estate of Gustav A. Schoen,
Saturday, November Hth, 1900.1
Stevenson, A. K., administrator of
estate of Jacob M. ShoultSv deceased.
Scblueter, Frederick H.. executor of
estate of F. C. Scblueter, deceased.
Wilterth, t rederick. administrator
of estate of-F. VV. Wllfcyth. deceased.
Williams, Harrison R. guardian of
Irene B. Williams, a minor.
Wood. John T., administrator of
partnership estate of Bast & Wood.
W n I fen If (U'h !
minor heirs of Emma Teichmann. de
Young, Roena E., guardian of mi-;
nor heirs of Leander Young, deceased, i
Attest: Henry Puis.
Clerk of Probate Court .
WANTED Man for County Superintendent, j
office position, salary ST5.IKI per month. I
office expenses and commission.
and S3J0 cash, Address, Superintendent, Box
o. 44U, ii ansae i)iiy. Mo.
WANTED Ladies and Gentlemen to intro
duce the "hottest" seller on earth. Dr.
w hue's tiectnc Comb, natented isn. Aent
arecoiuinK money Cures all forms of train
as an ordinary comb. Send Sue. in stamps for
ample. 1. J. Bose, Gen, Mct. , Dtcatnr, III.
?LDJ?A1 'P?.10 a"fMy wfcre"eM!the Jea?er buildintr on Main street
k W1 1 k? I r loizr1 CcyArJplUf Ll
WOMEN WHO WORK.
t. Louis. Mo., Aug. IS
Tnonpn only 19 yeara old, I tottered from
pains and female trouble two years. Last
spring: I got so bad I had to quit work. I bad
to support myself, and could not afford a nigh
priced doctor. I got ons bottle of Wine of
Cardai and that made me feel better. Have
now nsed several bottles and am well. My
mother nsed the Wine for Change ot Life and
was greatly relieved.
HISS MARGARET WALSH.
Many girls and women find it necessary to earn their own Eying in
various kinds of employment Their work is often so bard and confin
ing that the health breaks down. Their delicate constitutions are unfitted
for tiresome tasks. Weakness nearly always makes its appearance in the
peculiarly delicate womanly organs. Constant standing on the feet,
and coming and going at the beck of a superintendent or foreman, In
duces falling of the womb, leucorrhoea, headache and backache. The pay
of women workers is olten so notoriously small that when sickness
comes they have no money to engage skillful physicians. To them Wine
UlltS' A1VIS0RT ItrAlTMtlT.
For airice m canes requiring special
directions, sddress, giTinp symptoms.
Ldl AAvlMrjIiep-t. THlluuuww
nsulCUiE CO Chattanooga, Tenn.
Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
Miss Clara Bader
Has arrived with a complete line
and will be pleased to wait on
her lady friends
on South Spanish street, near
It is irenerally known that
ions etc., sold by the Nicholas
St. Louis, give the best satisfaction to consumers of any
goods in the market. All of their brands are kept for sale by
vv. atone at most reasonable prices, lnis 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,
Litde Giant Cheese full cream; Banner, Elmo &
O. G. Java & Mocha Coffees; Triumph Brand State
of Maine Sugar Corn.
A reward is offered by
Grocer Co of $10.00 to any one
to equal the Triumph.
In California canned fruits
standards can not be equaled.
Call, try these goods and
at moderate prices.
Done. 23,9. W.
Richardson & Slavick,
Steam and Hot Water
TTavA ill .it. nrxned a fihnn hfrw In
and are now ready to furnish estimates
on all kinds of plumbing, steam, hot
water and pump work.
Our work will be hrst-class in every
rpanevt and nur nrlces the lowest.
w J rL.f7.n. iSto ,Ki; .l
We respectfully invite the public to 1
oi iaruui iruiy a vioauig. u
cures them of their ills at a small
cost, and they can act as their own
physicians. No doctor can do as
much for "female troubles" as
Wine of Cardui.
at herold stand
the Groceries, Flour, Provis
Scharff & Sons Grocer Co., of
the Nicholas Scharff & Sons
producing a can of sugar corn
their Alpine Brands of extra
They are simply luscious.
many others. Will sell them
M. STONE. Grocer.
flverbeck & Blattner.
fileat far ket
All kinds of fresh meats alwaya on
hand. We solicit your patronage
and will use our best efforts to please
Will be ready March; 1st to contract for all
kinds of painting.
fmoroplwork seeea histhe Cape Girai-of ,
10 ates made on ail kicds or painting .
Specifics cure by acting diiwtlj npon
the disease, without eiciting diworder i
any othe.- part of the aygtea.
1 rerers. rv.j.rtin.. t. us ; 3 J
! Worm. Worm Ferer, Worm Colic...
1 Ti 1 llilai Pnllii rijlin TTsliifiiliisai .34
4 OUrrbes. of Children or Adntta. M
T Coachs, CoMa, Bronchitis. .35
& ftenralcia. Toothache. Faceacbs. . J2S
-Heedaene. Krk Heartache. Vertigo.. .35
1 Dyiemia. Indigestion, Weak Stomaco.35
11-SopprCTMS rPaiafnl Periods JU
l'2-Vhitc. Too Profuse Periods M
13 Croep. Laryasltla. Hoarsen ... .35
14 Salt Rheam. rrilpelss,Eruptioiis.. .35
1 B Beams Usm. Rheumatlo Pahis.... .23
15 Malaria, Chills, Ferer and Ague...-. .35
1 w-Catarrh. Tnflnenra. Cold m the Head .35
aV-Kidaer Disemses JM
XO-rriaary Weasjeess, Wetttng Bed.
TT-Orls). Hsy Fever...
Dr. Hoimjereyi' Msnusl of sll Diseases at your
DragglsU or Mailed Free.
Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of pries.
Humphreys' Med. CO, Cur. William John 8ta
The well known dentist formerly of
this city but now of St. Louis will
make frequent professional visits to
the city in the future as he has in the
past few months. Due notice of each
visit will appear in the columns of the
Daily and V klv DEMOCRAT.
T- W- HILL
Has resigned his position with the Cape Gir
ardeau Water and Electric Light Company and
acMTOtMl a Dositinn with J. M T.mnle 'nn th.
Levee south of Themis street. Be is prepared
to make estimates for. and do all kinda of
plumbing, steam-titting, a d ess-fitting, and
at prices which defy cometition . Hi. Hill
will have charjre of the pluniliii g department
in Mr. Temple's shop and being a practical
.Iniiil er oi many years exerifince is a iiuarsn
tre that all work will be flistcla s. Phone 79.
Witch Hazel Oil
THE PILE OLNTMENT.
One Application Gives Relief.
It cures Pnes or Hemorrhoids External or Inter
nal. Blind or Bleeding, itching or Humitur. Fissures
and Fistulas. Relief Immediate cure certain.
it cures Bums, Scalds and Ulcerations and Ooa
tractions from Bums. The Belief instant-healing
It cures Torn. Cut or Lacerated Wounds and
It cures Bolls, Carbuncles, FeJmu, " Runrotmds,"
Ulcers. Old Sores, Itching Emotions, Scurfy or
It cures Inflamed or Caked TtrrasH and Bore
It cures Salt Rhemn, Tetters, Scurfy Eruptions,
Chapped Bands, Tvrrr Blisters, Sore Lips or
Nostrils. Coma, Bunions, Sore and Chafed feet.
Stings of Insects, Xoaqulto Bites and Suborns.
Three Siaes, 26c, 60a and $1.00
S1 y Draggnlj, or sent prepaid on rmiptof pries.
HUMPHREYS' MED. CO..
Car. WilUasn a John tss, ,EW YORK.
Cure yourself in 3
Ladies a positive
cure for Whites.
it. Bur of the
drusp;!,it or send to Gem Medicine Co.,
St. Loui. Mo. One Dscltsm Sl Ofl.
3 packages $2.75. J. 3f aple Wilson,
Druggist, Cape Girardeau.
Mrs. Anna E.SeiM.O.
1 Broadway. Cape Girsrdeaa, Mo.
Graduate of Columbian School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. All dis
eases treated. Diseasesof women and
children a specialty. Examination
and consultation free.
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Dr. L. P.
I CURES HOTHISS BUT PIUS, g
Z A SURE and CERTAIN CURE m
9 known for 15 years as the
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