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That we could save you money of course you would trade here. All we can say is read our prices and come in and see the goods.
Remember this, IV E PAY CASH FOR ALL GOODS BOUGHT HERE THAT ARE NOT SATISFACTORY. We claim we can save you from 10 to
100 per cent and we KNOW we can do it.
HSRS FOR t CSKT.
2" good sewing needles
22 good darning needier
Card black darning cotton .
Card patent hocks and eyes.
Spool button hole twist
iSkein silk floss
J yard silk babv ribbon
f '--Tit lead lx-ni-ils
slate pencils. . .
f'aner L-ood oins
" cent thimbi'e
12 food white envelopes
12 sin-els good vvi ltmgpaper
tea s -toons
4 iatn: vvtcics
IJox good shoe "laekin,
Stove lid lifters
4 ho;.;- coilar batons..
1 dozen buttons
Harness snaps each
Carpet lacks p : paper.
12 hair pins
1 varu '
it's not how much
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
KuVctuf Fluctu-itisis Viiluc
lil lsr,J, u;i"!l oi'.i-irce,;:-.
C'i;iv:.cy La i iiee'.i" To iiee.i-.-r:;:
average aa."j- oi labor 1
p-r :;!. v. : i i I .- a ge prices ,-(
lvi;:;. v. hen v.-;;e... ;! !t
::. ..-.rag-- !!.. w.-r ''''
c-.-iit Mid . . : "... ;-::. wayi
". ; 1'. v
'Vi'u a::i: prices 1 1 1
s and prices had been
Tn lither words, the
;ijes had lost hi pur
ore than -i'V hi everv
iii g-dd in iiil.
laboring i::a:i".s v.;
chiisir.g 11 ever i.ki
sLnihir c-.m 'lit'oii
Yv'hat p a sou in
rv I. in
i is t.iere
1 rule wii!
es oi' Tree
to ass'une Tfiat this univers
nut operate iii theca.-e .:' fn
Ami what have th ap-'
silver coinage to -:iv to
Mr. iJryar. him
ll ills lair.ous Xev;
1 one oratioa:
While a ei standard mi
purchasing pov.ero: iriei:o;iar. It also
makes it more difficult to obtain pos- petent to form an intelligent opinion
session of tne dollar emiiioymeiit is upon any question of public policy,
less permanent, ioss (,f v.ork more 1 bey are not to lxr caught by the dap
probable, and re-employment les i-er- trap of Mr. Bryan. They know, from
tain." their own experience, that many of his
Is that ali'r Yes. all. Does not Mr. . statements are not true. Let me point
Bryan know that under what was ;rac- out a few. He has repeatedly said
ticaliy the gold standard v.e had in the 'hat tiie prices of farm products have
Tii's one of the nvi-t active and pros- ; steadily declined since the crime" of
perous periods this country lias ever "'!. ami that the only things which
seen". D es he not know that more re- have remained stationary are railroad
cently. at the time of the return to rates, etc. Now. I buy more than s2.
specie payments, we had under the ' (''H'.'-iM annuully from the farmers, all
gold standard vears of signal pros- ; of which I ship. I ought, then, to
perity with all hards at work". And know s-imething of the prices and the
(iiji.'i he wisli to learn what has been cost of transportation. The first stock
the trouble since and what is tin: '. ' bought for shipment was in 1 ;.-,. 1
trouble now. Let him ask the employ- ! I'n'ul for hogs .Ic. and for cattle 4c. it
crs of labor, and with almost one cost ine per car to ship the bogs
voice they wiil teii him that not the ' t Cincinnati. Xow I can ship them
existing gold standard, but the grow- ' lor 1". ! then paid 7."i per car for
ing danger of its overthrow, that the 'cattle to Buffalo, and 14" to Xew
growing aggr-ssivcitess of the free : York. Xow I ship to Xc-w York for
coinage movement, f iling the minds of 1 ami In lKi hogs went up to
men with anxious apprehensions as to !"' cattle to Tc, and slice) to 'k hi
dark future uncertainties, has served I the year b l'or- the vrim-.' 1
to paralyze that spirit of enterprise bought hogs for 4c, cattle for the same,
which sets the laboring mar. to work. and. sheep for :ic. and that in a de-
Let him study the history of the crisis
of '!.'!. Xot the golu standard, but
distrust of silver, destroyed the eon
ildence that employs labor. This is
the truth, and ?.Ir. Bryan will in vain
try to deny it. Schur. in Chica
go. A Household Treasure.
Y. Fuller, of Canajoharii
he always kei-ps
King's Xew Discovery in
and hi- family has always found the
very best results follow Its use: thai
!;e would not be without it. if procur
il'lc i. A. Dykcman Druggist. Cat
skill. Xi-vv York, says that Dr. King's
X.v Discovery is undoui.tedlythc b-st
Cough niedy: that he has used it in
his family for eight, years, and. it has
never failed to do all that is claimed
for it. Why not try a remedy so long
tried ami teste.;. Trial bot'les f;iv at
V.". C. Ham-' n's drug store. Begular
size ."oc. and
.lra"c.l, sill Ki-wani!
Strayed from ommeive. T
.-v-pteiinvr 1st. aiiout.i p.
br.r.vn horse, about 7 or s
about b; hands high. ;roa
interferes ilh both li-ml
:iO -hoe, j
i.e 1 v'
spi.ti'l ar': wi.i paiu
of i'l iit -- o the !t:i
1; . s.v".:
pustee .. r .
of t:ie iV-ace ir.
!:r:ir l--ai! c
.vilgU: t in
. : 1. 1 r;
ty. 'i:: t
i 1 1 ','p
. d:.y 1.!
Out dark stray ra:
feet s inches high,
ar.d scar on side. At
-. . e.:ii': ItJ
ai t ".'. hind
iii -u at !:fi
t KKU Ivr-IetLi-it.
HIP1 "OUJ "SrjEJEU
1 cent '
1 cent '
1 cent ;
can we get for an article, but how close can
silver and l arni lrli-i-s.
!!. K. Siiiel. of this city, is periiap.
liie largest individual dealer in live
stock in the country. He is lar-o-Iy
engaged in buying hogs, cattle and
slice p for export, and it is probable
t'aei'e is not a farmer in' Central or
Sou'.hern Indiana or Illinois that i
::ut personally acquainted with him.
'! siiiii - v.'eeics in- has hern making
a laii fal study of the situation among
the farmers, and to--'ay sale.:
.Maj. MeKhiley will be elected . ile
will e:irry Indiana by a larger plural
ity than has ever beer; given to a pres
idcndial candidate in the State. For
thirty years I have 'neeti a stock buy
er, and in that time have handled
more titan ';0.0t(l.0(!ii of stock pur
chased from fanners of Indiana and
Illinois, i have 110 fear?
er going for fnv silver. They are as
intelligent and honest a body of men
as can ! found anywhere. Thev are
a reaiuiig people, aim ,ierieciiy c. nil-
predated currency. In 1 T." and l"7ti.
after tiie crime.' 1 paid 7c for hogs
and .V for cattle anj shei-i. Cattle
are higln r now f han in H7". when 1
tirst began to buy. ami several times
since the crime' all kinds of stock
have sold higher than they did before,
thus showing that Mr. Bryan is all
wrong in his statements." Indianap
olis Cor. of the Washington Star.
What Ilullromlt-rs Want.
Xothing lietter exemplifies 'he nerve
of the Bryanites than their claim that
the railroad managers of the country
are mistaken iu their unanimous ad
vocacy of thesoiind mouej cau.-e in the
present campaigiT. Sneli men as Bryan
glibly assert that the raiiroad o'lieia is
are all against free silver because the
bonds of their road are payable in
A good many railroad bonds are pay
able in goid and a good many areiiot:
but any railroad manager in the coun
try would coasiderthat he made a good
! trade if he could double his li.terest
I paymeat and at tie- same time cm !i.
dav. I l,a.v robs In two. A road 'ike tne !; -.
! Central, or the A
I Santa IV. pay fro.i
nlsor. i oj-.'i;a
ilvelo ten times :
: wage- as it does ia i-ie-.v-iai;
ci ii h . be com i i. i i . i re-:. 1
.'it:i v.lii -h tir.-y are to iv pab
' r.e -
' not i ai-
i via! v.ii.'i': : - -j;ri,
- j be !: 1- '. : ltio:;
I until ::e-t!:hf.i: tr:i
tne rti'Tv ucy ai..i
coni.i.ii-r.- and a
' rational management of the
; shall have ?k:c.. brought iirek
i eleetien of McKiniey. Kan-
Spoon egg beaters
2K) yards spool thread
Wire potato masher
. inch saw file
' Corn cob pipe
Pie pans '. inches
Handkerchiefs. . .
i School slates. . .
' Small tin pans
r IJox powdered blueing
24 sheets writing paper
; I 'ocket comb with case
i 1 dozen safety pins
Pair sleeve holders. tT2.'
' I 'int cups
j Yard ribbon
; Yard lace
' Can op--n--r
j Small purse
Hi glass marbles...
j Stick nins
" FREE SILVER'S
Yes, but whar's de saddul?"
I ."id spe.
h-var. !;a- :i
Xoi'l ell VVliy.
v: delivered aboul
lie Mil:, nominated
for the nr.'sitieiicv
Why workiiigmcn should want a
lar tiiat will hay less goods :;
.-tores than the dollar thev get i:a
Why farmers should kirk against
being paid by f'.ngiaud in gold for
their cottoii and wheat, and want to
give ilnglami tin-advantage of paving
th. !i; iu depreciated silver dollars in
stead. Why anybody wili ! belt :r or .'.C'r.-e
o;T. or :y thj:gs wili be any dilici
ent. if (iw col'Sage makes and our., e
of silver vw.r:h ti.2'.1. just the same as
one-slxti 'jnlii of an o.inic of gold, all
arouml the world.
Why debtors wili he relieved by pay
ing in silver dollars actually, as bul
lion, exactly the same as the preset. t
Why anybody will gain anything by
getting a larger manlier of dollars for
the same amount of his own goods or
labor when it is certain that he would
have to give a larger numlier of them
win never he bough' gooiis or labor
from anybody else.
Why it is ;ii;.t nofre; silver coinaee
country !.a - any gold in its circula
tion, il five coinage by one nation
a lot!" can rais.- sixteen ounces ol sil
ver to an l ouallty .i value with one
ounce of gold.
Why th-- goh! standard countries
have more silvi r money in circulation
per capita than the silver standard
countries, if free coinage is the sure
road to bimetallism.
Why free siiv.-i countries have far
less currcm of all kinds per cujiita
th n g-.;i. s'
true that fr--.
. s'audar'i countries, n ! :-fr-i
c. r.iageimtk.-s at: aba:..:-
v ;:y 1:.
o. si.ver 1!! ta- oj)-::
down, (lov.ii. die.v'
eigil the L" tilled State
'O.1.000 .vorth of siiv-':
"..!.!:!.' 1 at ihe rati:
' :- '.
.n: ; rv
i : a iv
il.-. t use r ::
. . . 2 cents j
. .. 2 cents i
. .. 2 cents i
. . . 2 cents ;
. . . 2 cents !
. . . 2 cents ;
.. 2 cents
2 cents '
. 2 cents
. 2 cents
. 2 cents
. 2 cents
. 2 cents
we sell it.
IN THE SADDLE 1'
larger price labels on things, we
should any of us do any work at all. ;
Why. the fanir-r can not put 2grains
o! ".heat in a pili box and lab-litj
one bushel," or why the laborer can ,
1. of work l"i minutes and call it one!
uav. j'.isl as easily ana suceessiuiiy
as the silver mine owner can put otic
worth of metal and 47c worth of im
agination together and pass it off on
all the rest of us for si. Xew York
Tillman a ail the "supreme Court.
it can not "lie denied that Candidate
l!rar. has devoted, himself too exclu
sively to the silver euostion and neg
lected to cheer his audiences with the
glorious 1 'opocratu
speciing the Supreme Court. Sena
tor Tillman has jumped into the
breach to correct the omission, and
in a speech at I'hiladelphia reassures
the nation that this reign of law nail
order need not Ik- endured much long
er if the apostle of repudiation is ele
vated to the presidency. Says Till
man: "If Meivir.lev is defeated the Demo-
eratic party will tak-i the rascally
Judges by the throats and teach them
that there is yet liberty in the land."
This is the kind of unequivocal talk
that enlivens the campaign ami serves
fully lo educate cthe people. What
is the use shilly-shallying with the
great issues when a little plain speak
ing covers the ground so much more
clearly. These rascally Judges. " as
Mr. Tillman explains, the men who
hold the highest places of lienor now
iu the hearts of the people, are to Vie
tal.eu by their throats" when the
1'opocrats sail into port with the black
tbig aloft in their ship of ruin, rob-Ix-ry.
a -id repudiation. This throat
business must not lie takei: literally,
i-rhap.-. That is m-iv!v Tillman's
way t-f saying that
their d-ci--es will
1 ! ti..,! ;!i,.t,-
lile-r j'.iilgenielir. stli.eil.
1 i,. : 1
honor smother, u. tneir ireeuom
so thai thev mav
"t-icr.- -:s vet tniertv in th - t;;i:;
r.Sl those vi:o mav apjdand
lI.'..i lilt -
m.-ei ::!.-?:. ek. Tillman tr.c sea
and .Mtg.-li! the anarchist.
'i'iuiuan's timely diseusslou of the
.t:p!vi).e ourt i.-sue st'ggvstn a divis
ion of l.:ior fo.- trie t.!ire,.' l--:idi.-r- that
-..n il.; insure that none of th" three
ge...:.; ieatur- s t.-f trie jihitfurui vn.'.ild
I. -' !:-yi.tl contiilil- to cevote
s-.i- ly to f!.:e silv.-r ar.d re;
tj t A it treat of his i 4,,
liiir.'ii'iity u. unci
ro::i Fe lera!
:i:: .' in
iiipi-.-ssing oi' n'.s
;a :!l l meted out
urt "talte the ras-
s hy the th
!i- Victic.'ii u
.: tt.il :i trtrt.ty to lirave
ju-Jgnit.'ttt of the United
: America! Chicago Tribune.
Double handle curling irons
Handled tea strainers
Long handled forks
Dozen lamp wicks
Horn line comb
Spool best thread
; I ou yard spool suk thread
Fair strap hinges
Large iron spoon
j Pair pinchers
ard garter elastic
2 ounce bottle machine oil. .
Large red handkerchief
Ladies' hemmed handkerchief
Nickle plated safety pins
Box good wood tooth picks
Cirls round combs
Best stove blacking
Set tea spoons
Dozen bone collar buttons
Spot Gasb. Store,
A. P. BROWN, Agent.
ST. LOOS AND XEW OKLEAX3 :
Fine Freight and Passenger Steamer
City of St. Louis,
City of Xew Orlcarfs.
City of Hickman.
City of Monroe.
City of Cairo,
For Cairo. Memphis. Yieksburg,
Xew Orleans and all way landings.
Steamer leaves 'ape Cirardeau
every Thursday and Sunday.
For Cairo. X'ew Madrid. Memphis,
and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape Girardeau
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For St. Louis. Steamers leave Cajx?
Girardeau everv Sunday and Wednes
day I'. M.
For freight ami passage address.
C. M. BKKKLEV, lien. I'ass. Agt.
.Iohx BiKB. General Freight"
St. Louis. Mo.
, All diseases treated, best of trained
nurses in attendance. Address,
M. A. VOBBECK, M. D.
No. 1315 Old Manchester Koad.
ST. Louis. Mo
Morrison & Davis,
leal Estate 5.
List of jiroperty for sale:
IS lots in West Ena.
i" lots in northern part uf the city.
One Ki-roora frame honse.
Ine lo-room brick honse.
Five 4-rtntm frame cottages.
to acre fann i miles from city.
4o acre farm 2 miles from cit'y.
S-.ii acre farm 2 miles from at Cape Girar
dena. III., on l llin road.
For information or particnlars call onorail
drcss, MOHKISON A DAVIS,
:3 .t .".- S. Spanish StToet,
Iwm. CapeGirarli-au Mo.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the conrts and sttir.t to
Cape City Roller Mi
Latest Improved Boiler Process.
Having adoptcl the Roller Process, we art
now !rei'riit to make Hour of the linest (-radf a.
A trial of oar Roller Process Flonr will con
vince yon that it is the best Flonr made, tilve
as a trial.
Broadway. - Cape Girardeau. Mo.
L. F. RUFF.
Union Trust Building Corner Tth and
Olive Street. St. Louis. Mo.
F. W. VOGTs
t.-.gntjt'APh ou:ai:di:au, -
knt in- new stock, the latest improved and
1 best Cooking and heatin-istoves in the market.
, .i i.fhuUlniinnM
n-t l at mo- lerate prices
ROOFING ANT GUTTERING j
A specialty and work jmiiranteei! lirst-class. I
.H klll'lb III oi 11 " r. -" -
John F. Williams,
Livery and Feed Stable
City Buss Line
to ana iroin all trains.
U. . Mail Eine b tv.e n . ajie Gir
a'.vleau and Jackson. First hack
leaves Ca'.ie Girardeau for daemon at
ntne a. :n.'. arrives at Jackson 10:30
fj-aves Jacksoa at !I a. in.,
r.rrites at the Cape at 12:"M p. in.
Seei ml hack leaves Capo "l 1 I'- r!-i
arrives r.t Jackson 2: p. m., haves
Jackson at :t p. m., arrives Cape at
4:.'i0 p. m. Xew hack and good teams.
Dr J to VannRrvnpt.
Consultation and Kxaniination
Free. Oflifj at Kage's stable. Cajie
COLLAF 3. n
Ami all other kin. 1 of collai . harness, f6 .
pies anil bridles. All work fi v guaranteo .
Also dealer in BUGGIES, CARTS, Road wag
ons and all kind of vehicles.
Cor. Broadway and Sprig- Street
Stenoaraplier and TuDewriter
Prepared to do work on short notice S-'onth
Si anidh Street. octa.-M
I. M. MoKBikvK. 3a F. Oavis
MORRISON & DAVIS,
LOAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY
tfcro'T.A.xa-x- Err33jic.-- -
Houses lots and farms for sale. Rents col
lected ami abstracts furnished. Office on Span
ish street. Care Tirardeau. Mo.
C. LINDEMANN & SON,
OF ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine. H)plar, cypress, oak,
rum, walnut, ash and cheery. Also flooring
and ceiling all grades. Finishing lumber,
laths, shiiiL'les, nionlniugs, window and door
caseing. Window and door frames, all sizea
made to order on short notice. Delivery any
where inside of city limits.
Spanish St., Cape Girardeau. Mo.
M. E. LEMING,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Hough
CYFHKSS. OAK AND GUM
CYPRESS LATH AND SHINGLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
shops. Cape Girardeau. Mo.
Mrs. Dr. Augusta Smith
OF ST. LOUIS WO.,
wii.i. hk iy the cirv
lint: koh hate.
VV AT:.'!! THIS
I'i'. Align si a
' !:letl. X(
' yoll (;i:-ease
ittention to tl".
j is. can and see tilts :ri!ii i:t l.aijy
i I "iiyslc'it n: if .: ,:n' c::r- you.
j yiiu - ii! ij k'uiily an:': " i.n;;!y t-..:: -.
iKtartv s - .
ii:;i)elled alive in A- to !' minutes
with h-:id or no charge. Xo money
requtr -d until the won:! is -.. p. Ih.-il.
Z'v fasting or starving. Xn p'd-on-ons
mt-ti icis'- es.-d. th-- vw-m is ex-jK-!!i"'l
aliv. showinLT tti. dicire antiot
' rotso::. i-.verj- ca-e rraranteed.
All are i---sit-ctfii!ly irviteri to call at
otiti c and investigate. Charges reasonable.