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'KTerythlns 01 Local Form To b Found That la of Interest. MONDAY. Don't molest the little sauirrela In the city park. If you do you will get in irouoie. There ia lots of St. Louis flour In town. What the devil do our people mean? The man who goes away from home to purchase what he can get at home surely has a kick coming and he deserves more than one kicking from name people. Dr. Sawyer: Dear Sir; I can say with pleasure that I have been uslni your medicine, and will recommend it m an sunering ladies. Mrr. W. W. Weathekshee. Augusta, Ga. Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore Henry Ossenkop has contracts for several buildings. He will have all he can do this year. The farmers are all talking of hav ing an excursion to Cairo soon on the steamer Idlewild. Due notice of the time will be given. A few more weeks and the wheat fields will be ready for harvest hands. Then, oh, then, we hope the city will get rid of some of its loafers. Theories of cure may be discussed at length by physicians, but the suf ferers want quick relief: and One Minute Cough Cure will give it to them. A safe cure for children. It is the only harmless remedy that pro duces immediate results' For sale by J. Maple Wilson, Druggist. The School Board of Advance is going to build a nice school house. Heretofore Dog Days began n the first of August afways the first of August and August was the month when snakes went blind, dogs went mad and warts began to grow on the wily mother-in-law, but our City Council has changed the date for all this devilment and hereafter as long as there are any dogs in Cape Girar dean Dog Days will begin on the 15th of May. The regular term of the Common 1'leas Court will convene next Mon day. Dr. A; P. Sawyer: I have been ! troubled with rheumatism and lung trouble for a number of years, can say I never had any thing help me like vour Family Cure. Mks. H. Wing art, 1ena, Ills. Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore. City Marshal Weber put Web Lambert in the city jail yesterday. Web was full of election juice and was ou the war path. The Cape, baseball nine will have to go down and take the starch out .of the Commerce bovs" collars. The Utile pet squirrels in the city park are admired by everybody. The army worms are doing consid erable damage to the meadows in the western part of this county. : Dr. Boll's Peppermint Chill Tonic is a (K-rfjct liver laxative anti malarial and blood purifier. Removes biiiiousuess without purging. Cures chilis and makes the complex ion good. Guara:it.-ed by all dealers. Mr. L. A. Glenn says he had a very picasaui time while visiting his old Lome i:i Kentucky. He also had a nuv tune with friends at Cairo where .-copped on his way home. i.-uto.'prisiug book agent called o.i as tais morning b-More suu-up. If tiio iii-iviiiiiits of this town were as ei'.u.-. inisii:' as that book agent we would have tai.k accounts in both our city bank?, but our merchants are not' that enterprising and our bank ac counts are 0:1 the other side of the Irdiier. We have a kick coming and so have the uauks. Don't trifie away time when you have cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Fi-fit them in the beginning with De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure, i ou don't have to wait for results, they are instantaneous, and it leaves thej bowls in health v condition. For sale by .1. .Maple Wilson. Druggist. We watch with deep and abiding interest the efforts of some men in this ! city who are trying to make the city what it should be the great trade center for South; nst Missouri, and we watch too. with a le-lingof regret, the men who are doing ail they can to h-ill !ae. any li ev-.-ry mvetn -nt calculated to bene fit us all. A member of the City Council in forms "s that it it will not be easy for another Telephone Company to get a ranch ise to use the streets for poles. He says there are too many poles on the streets now, and he will oppose every movement to put up more poles. Tom. E. Joveocame up from Xew Madrid Saturday and returned Sun day. Ur 1'. Sawver: Dear doctor I have used and sold your Family Cure with excellent resoults. It cured me of the rheumatism and I now am ou years old and have not an ache or pain. MKS. F. A. P.HOAD3. r . . ; Sutherland, Iowa. Sold at J. Maple Wilson s drug stor-. TUESDAY. It would be nice if the Telephone Company would use cables where they have to go through the beautiful shade trees on Spanish street. That would be muca better than cutting and destroying the trees. - The new band boy a make good music. They are all close students and they will soon become expert musiciana. A little scrap now and then is a good thing for a sickly man. There will be one more week of public school after this week. If yon are bilious, try Dr. sawyer' Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find them just what you want. Try a free sample. They do not gripe. Sold at M. Maple Willson's drug store. The City Marshal will liberate one dozen squirrels on the public square next Manday and the boys must not disturb the little pets. The lawyers are getting their busi ness ready for the Common Pleas Court which will be in session all next week. "Boyswill be boys," but you can't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure in the house. For sale by .1. Maple Wil son, Druggist. When the new machinery for the new ice plant is in motion at the brewery Cape Girardeau can boast of a sixty-five thousand dollar brewery and ice plant the biggest concern in the State outside of St. Louis. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, is the oM Mosaic doc-trine, but the doctors of to-day save the eye sight by applying Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve. It cures aU forms of sore eyes and granulated lids. It strength ens weak eyes. The new brass band took a trip around town this morning on a street car and treated our citizens to some splendid music. Hon. L. F. Klostermann returned home from Warrensburg Sunday where he ha2 been attending the G. A. R. State encampment. He says he had a pleasant trip and a good time at the meeting. Many a day's work is lost by sick headache, caused by indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers -are the most effectual pill for overcoming such difficulties. For sale by J. Maple Wilson. Drug gist. WEDNESDAY Our grocers are sellia; St. Lou's flour at two dollars and forty cents er hur.dii d. They claim that our mills are forcing them to sell the St. Louis Hour. Why is that? Our Police Judge courts in Illinois on Sunday and holds court in this city on Mon Jay, Do your eyes ever smart, burn or feel rough Sutherlin's Eagle Eye Salve will banish that feeling. It will make your vision clear and distinct and will enable you to read without tiring. Put up in 25 cent tubes, con venient and nice to use. Two applica tions are worth ten times the price. Dr. Harris says he will entertain his fi-it-nds when he moves into h.s new house. Several gentleman fro:n adjoining counties are in the city attending the meetings of the Masonic order. Poison Ivy. insect bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile cure. For sale by .T. Ma ple Wilson, Druggist. A representative of the Red Snau per whisky is in the city. The red snapper fish is mighty nice eating but as the Red Snajijier whisky is not made to eai we cannot recommend it to a hungry man. Flentge. Johnson & Co., have a hustler in the grocery department, Mr. Stone has charge of the .grocery department and he is making it lively for competitors. Mr. Will Skillman. Ultras, Ivy., had sore eyes for years. He tried many doctors and remedies and always fail ed to vt relief until he tried Suther land's Eagle Eye Salve which cured him inside of one week. Dr. Franklin, of Duichtown. called oa us yest-rday. The dodor is now a member of the Board of Pension Examiners a;il t'a::t wi!l bring him to the city at least once a mouth. Tn:v is nothing new in railroid circles. We still have i :r two raii oads one ou lias siije of the river and one on the other side. They are both doing business at the old stand. It doesn't matter much whether sick headache. billioiisness. indigestion and constipation are caused by neg lect or by unavoidable circumstances: DeWitt's Little Early Risers will speedily cure them all. For sale by J. Maple Wilson. Druggist. We are pleased to see that a ma jority of the business men of this city are stiekiug to the Idlewild. This is right. The late T. J. Moss put the steamer Idlewild in the trade here when we had no regular packet here. She is a Cape Girardeau boat and she should receive the patronage of the people of Cape Girardeau. What the devil has become of that sprinkling ordinance? Arsenic is the poison most chill tonics contain. Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic does not contain arsenic or any other poison. It makes bone and fiesh for children. It cures chills so they stay cured. Web Lambert has a job cutting weeds and watching the squirrels In the city park. Cape Girardeau (a surely the me tropolis of Southeast Missouri. Our City Marshal smokes cigarettes . and he ia no dude, if you please. Eye waters or salves containing sugar of lead are dangerous. Some times sore eyes are cured with them lead poison does not always result. Thousands of persons have lost their eyes as a result of the use of such preparations. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve contains no lead and can- injure the eyes of a babe. Abut one hundred people went on th excursion to Commerce yesterday. The public school children will give an entertainment at the close of school. There is only one divorce case docketed for the May term of the Common Pleas Court. If all the women in this town who have sorry men for husbands would do the right thing the docket book would not hold all the cases. Chill tonics containing arsenic make children look fat its not flesh.. Ar senic puffs them up and ruins their bone its dangerous. It should only be given by the direction of a physi cian. Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic contains no arsenic. It contains no kind of poison. It cures chills permantly. It makes stout, sound bone and rich, red blood, flesh vigor and vitality. David A. Glenn informes us that he has sold over one hundred suits of clothing since he began his closing out sale. Advertising is what moves goods out of a store. . E. H. Englemann visited relatives in Perry county Sunday and Mon day last. THURSDAY. Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear Sir: Mrs. Hamburg induced me to try your Fam ily Cure, I was greatly benefited by it and 1 recommended it to every lady in poor health. Respectfully. Mks. Ashek. Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore. Bachelors should be disqualified from holding office in a city of the third class. The City Marshal was out to-day looking for dogs'. He has a Black Maria in which to haul the dogs to the sausage factory. A 50 cents Iron Tonic. Pure Soluble Iron concentrated and pure Amor phous (Jninine is contained in Cheat ham's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is a true tonic, strengthner, appetizer, toner up of the system, and' blood purifier. Only 50 cents. J. Maple Wilson, druggist. The Jackson lawyers and the Jack son officers will be here next week to attend the Common Pl;as Court. The City Council should pass that cigarette ordinance. We have a City Marshal who will enforce the ordi- naee if he does have to begin at home. Lost a line large case of chills. Ma'ii,.sei: to have heen carried off nv Ch. ii!..ii:i- t hill Tonic. No reward dfeieu, .1 .s g;ne for good. lut up i.-. iii.i!. '1 .,... ass and bitter styles. Cil.v. a:!:ieed. 1 asteless ;0 Cent-'. W, .. "i uy. druggist. i,.i "e Jack the Ripjier in this . .V have lots of Jacks and we a i-"v rlpiivs, bat. they are harm- to" ,s Till railroad from arlo- . I :.. to Tiit!-s, is a bluiT a'i n-ib ; !e know. If a railroad is built from .Marion, Ills., to t!:e Mississippi River that road will com-" '. t":s--t '.; iT-rardeav. utii-- 1:S fever, little ciiilis so bland, liitk-s the mighty grave yard end the angels band, a liltie o! Cheatham's Chill Tonic taken now I and then makes the liauilsome womci; and the health v men." I'm up in both the tasteless :md 'he bi't-r stvles. W. H. Coerver druggist. D. Grissom of this city was ) 'tat- antlv entertained a few moments this morning by Dr. Treppcr, professor of Anatomy in the St. Louis Medical and the Missouri Dental College, of St. Louis. Mo. A gentlemann of this chy claims that he has discovered gold within one mile of the corporate iimits of thi- citv. He has some sp--ciiaeiis of the precious metal. Dr. Bell's Peppermi.-it Chili 'i'os.ic p.-esents a happy combination of sim ple and harmless veritable ituit-iie. The tirst dose waui.s the blood and promotes its circulation. l ou fee! better as soon as yon taki it. It is different from any other. It is better than any other. It cures the chills so they stay cured anci leaves your stomach, liver and digestive organs in a healthful condition. There is some talk of a wheat eleva tor being pu: up h-'iv. H. L. Hunze lias tin- linest fishing pond in this county. His- pond is stocked with tine fisn and the water for the pond is frepu spring water. Mr. Hunze proposes lo charge a reasonable privilege for parties who want to fish in his pond. Cheatham's Chill Tonic is acknowl edged to be the best. Physicians use and prescribe it. Cure guaranteed. Put up in both the tasteless and bitter styles. Tastless in 50 cents bottle. For sale by all druggist. They are going to have an ice plant at Jackson. The Jackson people cet pointers from the bustnes men of this city. ClOSM On account of an increasing wholesale business, and realizing that to supply v I am necessarily compelled to close out the entire stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Men's and Boys' Pants, Large Stock of Dry Good that I Expect to Carry. This sale will afford you the best opportunity offered in Cape Girardeau to purchase your SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING including what winter weight suits we have left over. It must be closed out in 30 days from the date of this advertisement and must go Regardless of Cost, for Cash Only. NOTE PRICES AS FOLLOWS: Lot No. 1. 50 Men's Suits, madeof the well known Cassimeres, Satinettes and Cotton Worsteds, worth double the price quoted, yourchoice from the lot for $2 75 Lot No. 2. ! Men's Black Cheviots. Gray Wool Casimeres, Striped anil and Checked Worsteds, made up in tha latest styles and are our regular $6.00 and $7.00 suits: the whole lot will go at 4 00 Lot No. 3. 21 Men's Clay Worsteds and good all-wool Black Cheviots, formerly sold at U.00 and 10.00 a suit, our price now only 5 00 Lot No. 4. 103 Men's all-wool Black and Blue-Black Clay Worsted, all wool Cassimeres and a srood grade of Checkhd and 1 Plain Chivots, Scotch-Mixed Goods and Tweedsmade up in the latest style, sewed with silk thread, and lined with good farmer satin and serge A line of Men's. Boys' and Children's Overcoats are included in the sale- These prices are absolutely the lowest ever made on clothing in this store or this town or furthermore, in the whole surrounding country. We Back the Assertion by Making Prices, and will give big reductions on all other goods during this sale. Remember the date and place April 23, to.June 1, 1S97. Dr. Gi isom. corner Themis and Spanish streets of this city tells us that he is so crowded with work that he expects .1. H. Riffey, D. D. S., -a graduate fiom Kansas City, at his office about the 3rd of June to assist htm for a lime. Our Board of Trade could he of some use to the city now it it would make an effort. There is lots of work tht.t a real live Board of Trade could do for the betterment of the city. Chronic grumblers never grumble - .1 rT : t. s anouii neainam s wiiu aoiiic. h is ...... 11 iu.ua.. t .1.1 .1 iiM.mpiani ml a rt 11 ...l ,.,.w Uitt , in yth iisteless and bitter styles, tiuaranteea The tasteles in ;0 cents bottles. 1. Ben Miller, druggist. Until our merebauts get down to business and ilix prices so as to com let. with the country stores they can not expert a big trade from the cour.trv. R.-r. ("hew. of Frederlcktown. will lecture i'l th." Opera Hons? next Mon day night. Rev. Chew is an able! mm but Iih h? tackles Ingersoli he! is um.enah;iig o.g jo... , . . b). Vr ,j.uatz Mav,-. If you have ever seen a little child da.iilactiou guaranteed or monej re in the agony of summer complaint, ; ;u,lK ll ullice a; St. i ba.'.c.- .otel you can realize the danger of the j ;i,, ;j. Kxaaniia.iou. .r.e. trouble and appreciate the value of instantaneous relief always aifored by D.-Wilt's Colic and Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea it is a reliable remedv. We could not afford i ...i .k: i.... lo ivc.uiiiiciiu tins as a ruir uuiess; it were a cure. For sale by .!. Maple Wi'son. Druggist. FRIDAY. ArUii-a' and Ai ':r-iil soap for a!ei by V. ii. Coerver, W. C. Haman. I.! '.i. ;.iiie:- wild W. A. Trickey. I:e.:. ! this citv May 20th. 1S'.7 Ciareuce autio!. son of rank Kamioi. ag'-d 15 years. $1.25 ieghorns at Mrs. McCivit's f(;r ' 7") cents'. It is amv a settled ..let tj.it Hotick's Missouri & Arkansas Kailro.-.d is to b? e itended to .loivh.use. The other' end of that railroad is the end we are watching'. j A country dog is entitled to the! freedom of o.' streets providing that j his master can show the uor catcher atoll gaV ticket.. All other dogs : must pay. Mrs. McCiva says site is itSALY go- ', iug out of bu-iia,s-. and when she ! says she is selling out AT cost. Jshe j means just what she says. The through train on the Houck road : il-lVe 80me wthei- business that brougut was late getting in last night. iiamoue.. lia-y woula starve to uoath. Dr. Igaaiz Mayer. tVubst. will ex- i i.pe Cirtiu au. pi operly advertised, amine eyes free tit charge. Office. ; ...uia Ucon.e a tau ous health resiiri. room 2 and 3 St. Charles Hotel. Xhose iuttvteu in the "Exper.ei.ie For all diseases of the eye, ear ' Social" at Mrs. Ciena's next Moi.da.v n.iseand throat ctxistiit Dr. Mayer,.! evening lase remember the date and Specialist at tlrf? St. Charl-s Hotel. Oat Clotlii?g Sale! and Boys' Knee Pants in order linings. The nobbiest thing yon ever saw: were our regular t'J.OO I 10.00 and 11.00 suits, but they I must be sold at a loss, so here j goes at the small sum of 6 00 Lot No. 5. 116 Men's best grade Worsteds and Cassimeres, worth $12.50 to i $15.00. our price now 8 00 ; Lot No. 6 ! 25 Odd Coats and Vests, worth from $ti.00 to 810.00 our closing price 4 00 Lot No. 7. 10 Coats and Vests, were $10.00, 812.50 and $14.00 will go at 6 00 Lot No, 8. 50 Boys' Odd Coats and Vests , f ranging in price from $5.00 up to $8.00. the whole lot goes at ... 3 50 Lot No. 9. 15 Child's Suits at.v Lot No. 10. A big assortment of Boys' Knee 50 Xow, here It goes aain :ha report that Houck is to be a partner in the orooosed railroad from Marion, 111., to The lies. It is said that he will ,)Ut the Commerce road in and extend fr0m Commerce to Thebes, making a diiect line from Morehouse to CLi- cago. Don't you believe it. These railroad managers :uv l.ke horse jockies. They ill make sur veys, get options on property and then fool the teople about the route over which the road is to run just as a horse k . , the sports on a fast - - norse ia a sueeu riuit. uuu i iuu uei vour nn-iiev on llie route a new rail- road is going to take. The Capaha Base Hall Ciub will play the I'oiuiterc; team May 30th. 1 Children's clota hats at Mrs. .Mc ' Crer.'s li-r 15 cents. U Iukcs all kinds of jieopie to make u-worid. U e hove the material iu this ii-lty to m.-.ke a small world, i Hve your eyes scienutically tilted : wuh Ust quality of guises at reasot- ' Remains a I'.miled Uiue oaly. , Mr. rioacK. who has just retuiue.. ; luuio uvm .it. Ia.uis and Chicago. ! . the ot. Louis, l 'ape Girardeai. t r'oi t .-3-Lita Railroad sloiK .;.s a. ' its lo'.v" water inarK l.vo wvcKs ao. lie j ?a the slock wi!l neve.- oc . as io. ! again. W.i.it :.iat ui.-.iiis .vt eauuul say. a.-alth auu as sih.ii as 11 lv.iix foiu biisiacsc sue can cio.-m.- oil, lit-r st-,clc. LaUU S ! I .v.. a.j.i tots ot DuVaUS 1 . n...- auu I.;., at ue." Urt-e. R.'cry.iiuig gos a. cost?. w. -U Main street. it me city Marshal wiii take a -tlroll throun the city park after 'eu o dock at ni-.il . will ruu outo soui--thiug. Ihe.v wl.i 0,- a i. adjouri.ii! term Ol .iic I i.uli,! t iiuit i.i ;:.r 2s,h uay ol .j Hue. - - Caiar.-u. i',iypus, Discharging iCars, Deafness, Kinging Kars tlu-iurgvr-i J'oUslis, Granuiat'tl so.t Tnroai, Loss ol Voice and all dis eases of tue. ear, uose and throat successfully treated accordiu me latent ami most apiroveu metiiod by Dr. Ignatz Mayer, specialist, at sit. Charles Hotel i ojias2aud 3. .. Con sultation aud examination free. j I! the undertakers of Ibis town dida't jpiact. to make room for the Pant Suits from 73 cents up to ; $3.00. the price on this lot is cut ; half into all way through the line Lot No.. 11. , 25 Pair Boys' Knee Pants at Lot No. 12. 25 Boys' Long Pant Suits at 15 1 50 Lot No. 13. 50 Boys' Long Pant Suits at.. 3 00 Lot No. 14. 40 Boss' Long Pant Suits at.. 4 00 Lot No 15. I Big line of Men's $1.75 and 82.00 Odd Pants for. 1 00 Lot No. 16. Good assortment of $2.50 and $3.00 Odd Pants for.... 2 00 Lot No. 17. 100 pair Men's Pants formerly sold at $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50, your choice from the lot for 3 00 Cape Girardeau, Mo. - Cross eyes straighened, cataract removed and all other diseases of the eye successfully treated by Dr. Ignatz Mayer,, the St. Louis specialist, who remains a short time In the city. Call at once,, so that he can attend to your case while In the city. . Guarantees you satisfaction. Office at St. Charles Hotel room 2. and 3. Examination and consultation free. The City Marshal had two dog in the Black Maria yesterday. Capt. Batcher, General Superin tendent of the Chicago Sc Texas Rail road, was-in the city last uighL Capt. Batcher says- that tailroad from Marion, 111., to Thebes will be built. We cannot we will not believe that a railroad company will build through the great State of Illinois to a point on the Missippi River that i fortified on the Missouri side by a range of moantair.s. Arbor-al soap 'or chapped skin. Ulster Dult'ldta of St. Mary's Con vent, (Juiury, Illinois Many young lady in Missouri and Illinois- who had the the fortune to atlen-l St. Mary's College for Young Liu: - at ijiiiucy, 111., will re-me::il-r Si.-te;- Dii;c!uia as teacher of music a:.J .uiiuat. This most .:i:;h;y euueuvd sa.i holy woman, who spends be-r life in' couvent that she may do good to the human family was afflicted in the year 1!1 with an obotinate case of Diplopia. -She con suited many socialist in the East and West without- uy result. Dr. Mayer treated her eye and titled her with glasses which cured her eye trouble. AY rite to Sister Dulcidia and she will tell you that Dr. Mayer is a reliable specialist. He remains long enough in this city for you to ascertain whether he is reliable or not, but do not delay it too long. Avail yourself i of thi- opportunity and have your ieye sclent s Ilea uy fitted with glasses '.I ....... ?r.i :. .. . t ' I r-ct ittu ii ill.-, iviuirtr.b. .lutiiargv is made for consultation or examina tion. Office at :t. Charles Hotel, rooms 2 and 3. Nolle. The Metropolitan Industrial Benev olent Association of St. Louis, Mo., has thrown open it doors for the peo pie of Cape Girardeau and the adja cent towns." - Don't miss this chance. It is a great protection through sick ness, accidents and deaths. For fall particulars address Jas. E. Thomp son, Assistant Suj-erlntendejit and Inspector for the Association at P. O. delivery bere or call n mm at Car- roll House. Agents wanted. . Have Yon Kldnrr Tronblef A 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure will prevent eris results from this usuaiiy fatal disease. W, H, Coerver, Dmggist.