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(a V. ). (: man, A '!. (.. ! it-r II. Mr'tiini'Tnixn, !.5ir( I'f jit, 1 c;: t r- r::::: j ;if 5! ; i, . it m a) L CAPITAL sn;ri.rs $l)t,H)O.00 Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporations elicited. Interest on Time Deposits end Savings Accounts at rate of 4 per cent per annum ? $ ernes r:::.s ?' -.,jAicih'..!y t') fjoat ov'.'r a c r;v;e in an institution control!- i bv Republicans they may ex pect to hear the raUiirgo mnnv Heltons left by Democrats who' controlled state institutions for half a century. The brutal whip ping post and the victims of brutality in penal institutions have not been forgotten. The mere fact that the Demo cratic lenders played politics with the matter of immigrat ion has greatly injured Missouri among enterprising men dis posed to guide immigrants, home seekers and investors. It is official notice to the world that Missouri does not invite immigration. h li J SAFETY CIFCSIT ESXES FCS F.tKT Cr.nc Cci::ily Herald ?fgra.ye mistali?-in omphasizinfif . . . , , ,,. it- ror more than a quarter of a century he was an attorney Aos1ate song is to be adopted May 12. It may be wise to pot the opinion of Con. Kosch, J Secretary of State, on its con Ftitutionality before giving it In tl-r- nconle. Roach and Major, who expect ed to have clear sailing for their crooked gerrymander scheme, find that they have a white ele phant on their hands and they don't know just what to do with it. Governor Hadley having warned Roach not to expend any public money in promulgat ing or proclaiming it the docu ment has simrlv been tiled in the office of the Secretary of State and. to s:y the least, it is of very doubtful validity. 0 1 1 5f I? V 1 o i v ? i i i i J CHCilESTI: S FILLS I'i I- Ml lw ,i C ,1 ..1 Tnlt ii nlbcr K"f nf mir M ViiuM l!U M I II. I S f ..r. h n Ti a- li" t. 'est. A,v Hi v. r SOtD CV C1L"Cf.iSTS lT"KKLKf (Formerly' tti? Jn-kti Hprald) SllbHCl'iptlliTl 'n advance. IkIco: $!.(() per yiai' Entered as second class matter nt the post office at Cnpe Girardeau, Mo tinder the act of March 3, 1879. THAT FARMINGTON INCIDENT. : Tlie scandal at the Farmington asylum has been given political; significance by Democratic newspapers, though the facts do not warrant it. Governor Hadley not only acted promptly and vigorously in dealing with the situation but took advant age of the opportunity" to show the high character of members of the board controlling that in stitution and all other elee mosynary institutions, and em phasized hi3 oft repeated sug gestion that all state institu tions be put under a central board of control; and he ha3 re minded the people of the fact hat the Democratic leaders in legislation have twice refused to create a board cr to change the pernicious system under which state institutions have been managed for more than half a century. He has had less trouble from the institutions than arty governor proceeding him but the system is at fault, not the board members, who control, and that the paternity do a vast deal of work without 'of the babies was carefully con- and a lobbyist for railroad in terests. He defeated hundreds of good mersures for the regu lation of railroads and railroad rates and secured the passage of measures not good for the people. . When forced out of that service he broke into the legislature as a member and put through an alleged anti-discrim ination bill bearing all the ear marks of spite and vengeful re taliation. Governor Hadley vetoed it because it would have worked a hardship on railroads without substantial benefit to the people. On such an issue as that veto raises between an erstwhile railroad lobbyist and crafty politicians and a success ful, honorable and honored governor of the commonwealth the people will have no trouble in forming their judgment. O : Certain Democratic newspa pers are parading, the fact that an unfortunate woman in the Farmington asylum gave birth to a baby, though the paternity of the infant is not doubted, her husband having been per mitted to visit her. These news papers are reminded of the fact that two women in the state prison at Jefferson City became mothers in 1869, when that in stitution was under Democratic u n n n n u u H n n n h n o n n n o o i i n n i) it u p -. Y --- V-V ; w' : Mere r urn ma m usmess n In our sale .stable in Haarisr, the Riverside Lumber buy, sell or trade Co. near We Mules, Colts and Mares Call and see our stoek. I (1 Witb W. II. Pomeroy & Co., the (.blest linn the National Stock Yards. Controls the Red Estate Bargains in Cspc Girsrdenn Good Rental Property, Choice Build in Lots and Cape Girardeau Faro Lands for sale or trade. Here arc a fev; bargains: Three new cottages, renting for $3:i(Kl per month ; price . . 100. Five room cottage renting for ?10.iK per month; price $1000 Five acre truck and poultry farm. 2 1-2 miles from city, six room house; price $000 21 acre truck farm, house, barn , orchard and berries only half fivm citv; ail dirt and no rocks. Price..: S1G00. One of the finest modern Prick residences in Cape Girardeau, 8 rooms and halls. Located on North Facitic Street near the Normal school. This is a bar gain. Frice $4700. 10 acre chicken farm. Located 1 mile from railroad station. Three line chicken houses just built. New five room frame house. Concrete basement and cellar. Flenty of water. A bar gain, for some one going into the chicken business. Frice, $2100. Have many more to offer. Also will trade for property anywhere in Cape Gi rardeau County. If you have anything to trade or sell, write me. BEN VINYARD, Room 19 Houck Building. Cape Girardeau, Missouri. TELEPHONE 2S0. - . S DRINK ONLY THE BEST S s And have it of the host propurt inns, made nf tlie best ingredients. tir wints and )i.Uj: s ciuinot be surpassed as a tonic and cheering bracer, liest and coldest draft b.-er in city, at pay and cannot give the person al attention necessary tovpre vent abuses by officers and em ployes, e TIIELPS vs. HADLEY. iiy his criticism of the atti tude of Governor Hadley .toward the so-called anti-discrimination railroad rate bill Col. Bill Phelps seeks to raise an issue between himself and the gover nor in dealing with the railroad situation in this state. The is sue is eo clear that Phelps makes cealed although a legislative committee was appointed to in vestigate the scandal. The two Republican members o f that committee never could get de finite action from their Demo cratic associates. There are other well remembered incidents in the history of state institu tions managed by Democrats that excel in iniquity and shame th incident at the Farmington asylum. 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We will oner good linlurttiinMi tj the rlliht party, either la uiiry or com mlaMlnn or loth. We will itol lria:bL on Fprrvluu ei prlem', but ant a yrrr 'lint la ariive and not alr.i.l to irk k .;nd ne llmt la v!l aciualuu-d In thin vh-lnlty, and rnuat be ahl t give ootl I'v lerrucua. CuJl oa or eddreve F. C. SMITH riANO CO. II U tlv St.. St. LenM. 1. 1. V. ir. Broadvay Barber Shop GUST. SCHULZ Proprietor FHiST-CLAHS I5ATH LOOJ! CM LI'.OADWAY S. T. DALEY, LxMt 'I i' Uin-ut.r. ('ai I,!;,, .''.fj; K'l-. f i,i,l I), ,.l,,-4tf. I'LUMrilNG A. t'H-L FITTING -i' ):si ni'Hit ton u.l,.VfiUtK Dr. C. V. ALSOP Resident Dentist 4 urilo nvvr I). iitlKiry rmoik-fit I" All lis 1 ti n nclinw. ' Pl.on,. 7M. Ji.idH.p 7t 11 ' fr ilje- Hit!,MKx- I"- "I i-li.ti.. j. Kxiimina ' 'ii!.iiltit ...u fref. All " W-'lll N l,.. ;., )1)v : "I III M ..ill i. ... w .... llll1,.lllt1.f,l K.-flMVIIl-rts tl I, ' ruii kivhi JACKSON. MISSOURI. K-,, f m. (, trr 4 y 'Vm" "W-' W V- Sm Sum" - W Vu v W '