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Kverythjnji t Local Form To
Found That Is of Interest.
Don't neglect chills. Chills bring
on congestion congestion brings on
death. You can cure chills and liecome
stout and healthy by using Dr. Hell's
Peppermint Chill Tonic.
City Marshal Weber appeared in
Justice Wilier 's court this morning as
attorney for Andy Adams, his dog
catcher. There were lots of people in the city
yesterday. A train load of excursion
ists came over from Murphysboro,
Illinois, and a ferry boat load from
Commerce were here.
Theories of cure may be discussed
at length by physicians, hut 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 Capaha Mandolin Hand sere
naded YA Wilier last night at the resi
dence of his father, W. H. Wilier.
George G. Kimmel is assistant
Pros outing Attorney and in the ab--enee
of the Prosecuting Attorney
Mr. Kimmel attends to the cases in
the Justice's Courts in this city.
:ir merchants are all doing busi
ness right along They say trade is
increasing rapidly and they believe
that the good times a IV here and here
The street car line did a railroad
bu-i::ess yesterday. The stockholders
of this company wili 1m? millionaiies
yet- if they live long enough.
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer's
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Try a free
sample. They do not gripe. Sold at
M. Maple Willsoa's druir store.
I the Cotton licit railroad builds to
Cray's Point what's the matter with
our "ity Street Hailroad Company
building to that point and coniuct up
with that big railroad..
Xora.al school r-luuciits are arriv
ing and the prospects are that we will
have a big .-chool this year.
The public schools will open next
Monday with the School Hoard in the
Sroit'iS is the Delinonico of Cape
Girardeau, il there is a ny thing good
to eat in the country Sen" will have
it. If ou want a meal to order you
will get what y 0:1 order at Scott's.
Poison Ivy. insect bites, bruises,
scalds, burns, are quickly cured by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the
great pile cure. For sale by J. Ma
ple Wilson, Druggist.
Henry C. Ilinton. one of the oldest
residents of Whitewater township,
died at his home in Allenvilie hist
It is said that it takes all sui ts of
peop.e to peopii u ivurli!. Cape Gir
ardeau has her share of the big
Thieves are about again and nearly
every niiiht they break into some
The Sons ot Veterans v.iil have a
special meeting next Monday night.
The young man who was talking in
a phone te-uay to his girl was heard
by nearly everybody in town. That
kiss :ie sent over the wire was yum.
yum, yifia. Thi
smack of those
rubv li;s w
like a clap of thunder.
We are pleased to te able to slate
that Mr. II. K. Gannon is improving
and will soon lie able to 1m- out and
attend to business.
He shook and he shook, till his
shakings were chronic, he then bought
a bottle of of Cheatham's Chill Tonic.
He said to his friends, though a
shaker of yore, thanks to Clnvatham's
I am a shaker no mow. W. H
"Hoyswill be boys." but you can't
afford to lose any of them, lie ready
for the green apple season by having
DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure in
the house. For sale by J. Maple Wil
Sheriff Jenkins will go to Jefferson
City this week with Knimett Sutten.
Sutton will do work in the en for fif
Mr. Snider, General Superintendent
of the St. Louis, Cape Girardeau A
Fort Smith Iiailroad has rented the
Carroll house on Spanish street and
he will move his family there as soon
as some repairs on the house are
Dr. A. 1. Sawyer: 1 have been
troubled with rheumatism and lung
trouble for number of years, can
say I never had any thing help me
like your Family Cure.
Mrs. H. Wixuakt.
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Mrs. James of Scott county was in
the city yesterday. She says the
Gray's Point and Delta railroad will
pass through her place between her
house and bain and will almost de
stroy her farm. She says she would
not have the road run through that
part of her farm for two thousand
We printed bills to-day for a con
tractor on the GrayTs Point and Delta
railroad. The contractor wants teams
to work on the railroad dump at
A patron and friend of the Normal
called fit our office and reported a
good hard kick this morning. He
says the management has neglected to
have the weeds cut along the plank
sidewalk and that it is impossible for
the ladies to use the walk without soil
ing their dresses. He further reports
that the cast side or thecaiupus has as
many weeds growing on it as is found
in the average pasture. Shame. Gen-
tlemen. Have those weeds c:t and the
paiers of last June taken up at once.
It doesn't matter much whether sick
headache. billiousnoss. indigestion
and constitution are caiiseii bv neg-
lect or by unavoidable circumstances:
DeWitt's Little Karly Hisers will
sH-eili!y cure them all. For sale by
J. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
Kx-SherilT Coojier Cracraft is in the
city to-day. Mr. Craeraft is one of
the fellows who had tits over Win. J.
Hryan. He is cured now. McKinley
prices for wheat cured him.
Mr. Stonehreaker. representing the
Geo. I). Barnard Printing Co.. of St.
Louis, is in the citv. Mr. Stonehreak-
er resides in Springtieid. lie ha
with the Goo. D. Hani:!
about eighteen yeais and during that
time has visited nearly every town in
A parly of Cape sports went out to
Jackson yesterday evening to do busi
ness with the Jackson saloons. Thcv
did business and they came home this j
morning loaded down to the guards. !
Jackson whisky mixed with goose
creel: water was too much for them
Manv a dav's work is lost by r
headache, caused by indigestion and
stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little
Karlv Hisers -are tin
pill for overcoming such .iiniculties. I W)1!K.I1 tha, ). i; by-and-by.
For sale by J. Maple Wilson. Druur- ( M;ul n.;l!j ..,. Mmv WOIan. When
God looked at Adam he said to him
!Ie was ;; thin, fragiicyoung preach- jself. "Well. ! think I can do lietter if
er. but no! -o hopeless as he looked. 1 try""again." And then he matie I've,
lie could -e and hear what was going! Cod ked F.ve so niucli lietter than
ori even riuring the last prayer. Just 'Adam that there have Ikoii more
b.-fore the very closing of tl- services i women than nun ever since. Hoys are
he said caimly
i m press ivt iie.-s
"Those of the
ood ileal of i
to the square inch,
congregation that did
not get their things n
prayer, can no so while 1
the benediction." During
ever, the audience could
other's watches iseu'. Fx.
luring the i
Dr. Sawyer:- Dear Sir:
with pleasure that I have
heel! USinii 1
vim:' medicine, ami v.'il
to all suffering ladies.
Mm:. W. vV. Wkathkushuk.
Sold at .1. Maple Wil'son's drugstore
A Michigan editor, after reading in
an exchange that bathing suits this
season would be away a hove par said:
"We are not well emeigh posted on
the scientific anatomical terms to know
just where par is situated, i.tit it is to
be :ncerelv hoped the suits will not
shrink above last season's startling
Kvii after effects ile'.'tr follow the
use i.i iir. Hell's Peppermint Chill
Tonic, i; is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes
stout, sound bone. It makes llesh. It
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chills so they s'ay cured. Dealers
Don't trills- away time when you
have cholera morbus or diarrhoea.
Fight them in the lieginning with De
Witt's Colic anil Cholera Cure. You
don't have to wait for results, they
are instantaneous, and il leaves the
bowels in healthy condition. For sale
by J. Mapie Wilson. Druggist.
The Normal School opened yester
day with one hundred and seventy-live
students. That is a good starter. We
venture the prediction that the attend-
amv at the Normal this year will be . ,
, . , , hundred and eighty and more expect-
larger than it has lieen for four years. , . . .
- jed to-morrow. 1 he Dingley law, ninety-
Frank Merigaux sold four acres of i vcnt wheat and colltid,..ntv jn ,he man
his farm to the Cotton Helt Hailroad a riIlu,ntof Governmentalaff.iirs by the
for a right of way for the (.rays
Point branch. He got twenty dollars
per acre for the ground.
1 1. medicine the liest only is good i
enough. The liest gives .the quickest
and longest relief without leaving any
evil arter effects. Dr. Hell's Pepper-;
mint Chill Tonic is mild. It does not i
rack your bones and shock your j
nerves, lake it and see tne resiius
chills and malaria disappear as snow
before the sunshine of spring. The
after effects are sound Done, rich, red
blood good llesh and no more chills.
The building of the Cotton Helt
Hailroad to Gray's Point will not in
terfere with business in this city.
Cape Girardeau business men will
continue to do business at the old
stand and they will do business, too.
Hon. L. F. IClostormann returned
home yesterday from the North where
he had lieen several weeks for the bene
fit of his health. He returns in the
best of spirits and a picture of good
The last rose of summer is n bloom
on the hill and nods time to the whip-poor-will,
"Cheatham s Chill Tonic
has cured the last chill," "You can
shatter the bottle if you will." (To
be sung about November.) W. A.
Wheat is going to touch the dollar
mark Lefore the first day of December
Peter Petts says the Gray's Point
branch of the Cotton Helt road will
pass through his land a distance of
about half a mile.
Cheatham's ( hill Tonic is jicculiarly
,i ... . .... ..ni.. ki...i K....1H,
au.liiLeu IO in I sons ii:ninTim maim I
w. I...-.K.V i, ..-U. ,l!.,estion
..' ' '.' . i
ana is a perlect slivnginner anu ap-
peti.r.-. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Hut up in both the Tasteless
!:i!10 Litter styles. The Tasteless in r,0
Verts size. Sold by druggists,
; A Kc.,ulal:viI;e 11KU. SWalloweda five
; ,t()1j ,,kw. h,u ;lis f,.lerjus
j,,- him wll.lt physician should be
j cail-d. ho replied: '() never mind a
j ,,h, Meian. Send for mv wife, she will
i " , .." , ,
answer tne purpose. When asked
j for an explanation, he said: 'If she
; doesn't succeed it will be the first time
! she .. vvr failed to get money out of
Louie Keller is in the city to-day.
Mr. Keller says he has about eighteen
hundred bushels of wheat which he is
holding for the dollar market.
A .(cents Iron Tonic. Pure Soluble
iron concentrated and pure Amorph
ous Ouiniue is contained in Cheatham's
Tasteless Chill Tonic, making h the
, -i,.,.;,...).!,. ,.n Tonic on the
market. It is a true tonic, si reiigt li
ner, appetizer, toner up of the system,
and blood purifier. Only .111 cents.
I. Hen. Miller, druggist.
Aunt Harriet McLuin. aged eighty
six years, died at her home in this city
hist Saturday. The deceased was one
of the oldest of the old colored women
in tiii citv. She came to this city
from Virginia with the late Kleazer
Hloek more than fifty years ago.
j The little girl's iatest composition:
i'"Bovs are men that have not got as
most effectually tl;ii- lianas, and girls arc-
a 'rouble. They wear out anything
but soap. If I had niv way half of the
boys in the worid would lie girls ami !
the other half doiis. My papa is so
nice that I think he i.iust have lieen a
little girl when ho was a little boy.
!;. A. i Sawvcr: --Dear doctor 1
have used and sold your Family Cure
with excell- nt resoults. It cured me
of i.l.i-miei'isi,. -nu
I luev am ."II
years old and have not an ache or
Sold at J.
1I!S. r. A. UiMAlis.
Maple Wilson's drug stoix-. i t
THURSDAY. ! I
Tile Western Poultry and Game
Company has introduced in this mar
ket tnc Colorado cantaloupe. It is tii -most
delicious melon raised in this
eo;;:;i i '.
and 1 !
and there is no other State- in
..i where it grows with suih
as in Colorado. Will War
:e r.ii agent for those melons
fixing up his
lunch room in
. P. Sawyer: Dear Sir: Mrs.
g indiuvd me to try your Fam
. I was greatly iK-netited by it
commended it to every lady
AIRS. AKHKR. I
Sold at .!. Mapie Wilsons drugstore.!
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lliev are ciiopiiing oui me rigm oi
way for the- Delta and G ivy's Point
Hailroad. Cape Girardeau is to lie
left seven miles to tne norih. but
Cape Girardeau will yet be a railroad
town before all the old sinners here
pass in their checks and turn their
toes to the daisies.
Normal School students continue to
n.. i.i 'I'l'iiii-.. i'.i m.t,' n ij tl it if 1 itmi
Hepublican party are telling the tale
It has lvn discovered that eye
salves and water containing sugar of
load often produce lead poison fatal
to sight, if not to in'.-. You run ;.
great rish in using stien preparations.
To effectually and speedially and
permantly cure sore eyes, granulated
lids or styes without the possibility of
evil after effects, use Sutherland's
F.agle Eye Salve.
The Western Poultry and Gan.e
Company in this city is paying eight
cents per pound foi spring chickens.
The public school in this city will
have one teacher this year wtio is
worth forty thousand dollars. The
building of the Cotton Helt rail
road to Gray's Point will not affect
Sutherland Eagle Eve Salve is new
and original in style of package oaid
medical qualities. It is perfectly
harmless, contains io lead and is a
guarantee cure for granulated lids,
sore eyes or styles.
The tough beef we get in this market
accounts for the number of dentist we
have. Five or six dentists are kept
busy day and night repairing teeth
ruined on Cape Girardeau beefsteaks.
"Time and tide waits for no man.'' j
An occasional dose of Cheatham's
Chill Tonic often saves you from a
long spell of sickness. "Xo cure no
pay." Put up in both Tasteless and J
bitter styles. Tasteless in "0 cents !
size. J. Maple Wilson, druggist. I
An exchange recently gave notice
mat in case a uni'i'V whin was not re-
turned before its next issue it would
, .,,!,!, .i. r tv. i. t...a-!
it. I he lilac- designed was the back
yard of a certain business place. The
next morning after the notice came
out. the night having been very dark,
sevecnteeii whips were picked up in the
said back yard. Vet there are people
who do not lielieve in advertising.
Hrother Samuel Krastus Arthur re
turned home from the northern lakes
yesterday whore he had been sjiending
the heated sjic-ll. Hrotlr-r Arthur says
he had a delightful time. He is looking
the picture of good health.
Dr. M. i-l. Shclto.n returned to ii.e
city Thursday evening. vVhile away
he answered cans at Nceiyville. Pop
lar HI u IT and Dexter and at every
point was so crowded with work that
he oVi-r run his time by two weeks.
But he is now back in his tti e and
ready for patients who desire tirst
The eagle, the king of all birds, is
noted for its keen sight, clear and dis
tinct vision. So are those persons
who use Sutherland's Eagle Kye Salve
for weal: eyes, styles, sore eyes of any
kind or granulated lids. Sold by all
The business man who imagines that
the extension of the Cotton licit Hail
road is going to ruin Cape Girardeau
is'ofi his box. It will do nothing of
the kind. Of course wvail wanted the
Cotton Helt to come here but it will
not come and that settles it, and we
are not going to quit business because
it did not come here.
The Union Milling Company always
pays the highest market price for
wheat. Mr. F.mil Pott, manager of the
I'nion Mills is a young business man
wiio is always up to date in business,
lb; watches closely the markets and he
gives the patrons of the Union Mills
j the bene!:'.-; of the market nriuos. See
the Union Milling Co. ad elsewhere in
To cure a chill: When the hps begin
to quiver and turn blue, and before
the l'i- chilly shivering sensation
conies on take- a full dose of Dr. Hell's
Peppermint Chill Tonic, it is stimu
lating. It warms the blood. It pro
motes the circulation of the blood, it
will prcveut the ch
d nine times ns t
u s in ten I
vent tile c!ii!i
taken bull- hours
. iitii time.
rattle snakes in the nelghbor
f the Lost Hill v.iil ki.l about
'r.ls of the men who work on the
Cotton Heii extension. Out of one
thousand men it can saf -!y be esti
mated that seven hundred of thei.i will
iie killed by rattle snakes in-fore the
road is completed.
The price of wh -at hi St. Louis to
day is ninety-six cents. Our mills are
paying only four cents less than St.
The Government hands working on
the riverimprovement ninemiles north
of this city will be paid off to-morrow.
They will visit, this city about throe
hundred strong' Sunday. Give the
bovs a show to spend their money.
J housands of persons Use Miitnor
land's F.agle Kve Salve who never did
have sore eves. It str
, eyes makes the vision
! tinct. It is nice and
ear ami ii:s
use. Von need it. Try it.
The right of way men a re going over
the route of the Gray's Point and Cot
ton licit Hailroad securing deeds to
the right of way. They have with
them a notary public who is with thcr.i
to take the acknowledgement to the
The S. Albert Grocer Co. has an
onier for bllMieO bushels of wheat for
export and will pay the highest mark
SacKs furnished free, t all
on them lie fore selling.
The City Council will meet next
Monday night in regular session.
Tom Haydoek of Hlooinfiold is in
the city. Tom is fireman on the H. &
N. H. H. '
Six carloadsof hands for the Gray's
Point and Doit a Hailroad arrived at
Town lots at Grav's Point will start
i off at about twenty-live dollars. In
six months from now they will go hog
ging at live dollars each.
Hubert Vogelsang sold three thous
and five hundred bushclsof wheat yes
terday he purchased since new wheat
was harvested. The wheat averaged
him' aboutseventy-si.x cents perbushel.
He sold it at ninety-two cents.
Mr. H. E. Gannon, we are pleased
to state, is still improving and will
soon be able to lie out.
Farmers, call at the S. Albert
Grocer Co. before selling your wheat.
They have a large order to fill for ex
port to France.
The Sons of Veterans will meet next
Monday night. All members of the
I'ost are requested to be present.
Arbor-al and Arbor-al soap for sale
by W. H. Coerver, W . C. Haman,
B. Miller and W. A. Trickey.
Proceedings of the City C ouncil City i
of Cape (itrardean Adjourned I
Resuiar session. (Official.)
Council Chamber, Monday Evening
August 30th. 1897.
Council met in adjourned regular
-er luo I
H. Coerver in the
chair and the following members
Messrs. Hlomeyer, Dempsey, Givens,
Kimmel. Polaek, Huesskamp, Unnei
stali. Absent, Mr. Campbell.
The. journal of the proceedings for
the month of July, the reading of
which was deferred at last meeting
was read and approved.
A petition signed by J. C. Stone, F.
H. Liggett, j. C. Hutchins andfjur
other property owner- and residents
on VV allien street between Pacific and
I5ent;in stivets. praying the Hoard to
open said pari of Wa'.h-ej stifet for
pul, lie use. was presented and read
and on n.otuiii of Mr. Hloiucyer re
ceived and referred to the Street and
Wharf Committee with instructions to
report at next meeting.
Petition ofC. Uhl, prayingthe Hoa d
to jiermit a license as dramshop keep
er to be issued to him forth-e fraction
al term of six months, from Sept. .'id
to Nov. 4th, ISilT. so that said license
will expire on the date that his State
and (.'ounty license expires, was pre
sented and rea J and on motion
of Mr. Huesskamp received and
ordered filed and prayer of H
titioner granted, with instructions to
the Collector to receive the amount for
said fractional term.
A petition from resident owners of
property on Broadway street, praying
the Council to make some provisiou
to take care of the excessive amount
of water that runs down the street dur
ing heavy rains, was presented and
read: said petition recites that the
property owners on said street have
paid to the city a eonsiderableamount
for graveling .-aid street, but that the
heavy rains wash away the gravel
thus making liie street narrow and dif
ficult for vehicles to pass one another:
and that any other attempt to keep the
stn-ct in good repair will result in all
ure, so long as the large amount of
water is permitted to How down said
Said iietition is signed by Conrad
Keinpe. August Briiukhorst. I-'ivd-.-r
ick Uneseicr, Charles Huo-cicr and
eighteen other resident property own
ers on said Broadway street.
( :i motion o! Mr. Kiunnei said pe
tition was received and referred to the
Street ami V hari Committee with in
structions to i i v-.stigate the complaint
of petitioners and report til next nr. tt
ing. Petition oi !!. 11. Kngelmann, Agent
New Yorii Underwriters, asking that
he be refunded the sum of 10 for li
cense paid by him lor said Company,
for the reason that the Hartford Fire
insurance Company had paid a license
lor the teiiii for which said payment
was made, was presented and read a::d
on motion of Mr. Dempsey referred to
the Judiciary Committee with in
s u-i.ction- to report at next meeting.
ie-poil ot Fire Chief for July, read
n: t!!:-cting oi August 2d and returned
t.. said oiiiivr for an explanation re
garding attendance of certain members
oi the Fire Department at lire of
Bruno's blacksmith shop on Broad
May, was again submitted by said of
ficer with a supplemental report at
tached, stating that four members were
present and actually working at said
lire: that four other members were on
:heir way to tiie fiiv (three of them
a ith a hose cart ) b.it did not reach the
On motion oi Mr. Hlomeyer said re
port was received and ordered filed
and the cleric instructed to issue war- j
rants on the General Hovenne Fund
m favor o: the niemlicrs therein named.
for drill and lire service, excepting
the four members who were not at the
fire and actually working.
As required by ordinance and a
resolution of the Council adopted June
7th. ISilT. the Clerk submitted a list of
parties doing business within the city
whose licenses have expired and the
same not renewed.
Saiu list was read and on motion of
Mr. Kimmel itceived and the Clerk
instructed to deliver to the Marshal
a correct copy of same with in
structions to said officer to coi'ect
said delinquent licenses and if not
paid in a reasonably short length of
time to prosecute those parties not.
paying for doing business without
first having procured a license, as pro
vided bv ordinance.
On motion of Mr. Kimmel priei-ty
owners were permitted, at their own
expense and witnoul any cosi lo xne
city, to fill up alley running North
and South between Sprigg and Fred
erick and Good Hope and Williams
Sti-eets, under the supervision of the
The following resolution was pre
sented and read:
KESOLVED. That the Appropriation
Committea be and ai-e hereby instruct
ed to "prepare and present at next
meeting an Oridnan.ce assessing all
property in the city 15 cents on the
$11X1.00 assessed valuation, to be used
only for street grading and other pur
poses as provided by 3rd paragraph
section 108 State Law, and the same to
be included in the tax levy for 1897.
(Signed.) E. F. BLOMEYER.
Mr. Kimmel moved to adopt said
restution, but the yote being unsatis
factory, the yeas and nays were de
manded, resulting as follows:
Yeas. Blomoyer, Kimmel, Polaek,
Nays. Dempsey, Givens. Huess
The Mayor declared said motion
carried and the resolution adopted.
On motion Board adjourned' until
next regular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Geo. E. Chappell,
A Queer (f) Medicine.
There is a medieine whose proprie
tors do not claim to have discovered
some hitherto unknown ingredient, or
that it is a cure-all. This honest
Medicine only claims to cure certain
diseases, and that its ingredients are
recognized by the most skilled physi
cians as being the liest for kidney and
bladder diseases. It is Foley's, Kid
ney Cure. W. H. Coerver, Druggist.
Th Itest Humorist.
"Who is the best humorist Bill
Arp or Mark Twain?' ? was a question
which was decided in a novel manner
recently in a Georgia town. Two of
the best junipers in the town were to
decide it. They were labeled resiiec
tively, '"Arp" and "Twain." One
jumped 12 feet and the other 13. Bill
Arp was declared '-the best humorist"
by one foot! Atlanta Constitution.
are they who while suffering from
Kidney Diseases areprejudicedagainst
all advertised remedies. They should
know that Foley's Kiddey Cure is no
a quack rem-Mly, but an honest guar
anteed medicine for Kidney and Blad
der troubles. W. H. Coerver, Drug
gist. Assignee's Notice.
Tho-e knowing- themselves indebted
to Stein Brothers are hereby notified
that to avoid pay in rnnneeessary costs
they should settle with tin- undersign
ed on o;- before- the S"itiidayof Septem-
it May I'ons Mi-.t-li for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, Irving. III., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble
for many years, with severe pains in
his back and also that his bladder
v ;i s effected . Ho tried many so called
Kidney euivs but with out any good
result. About a year ago he began
use of Electric Hitters and found relief
at once. Electric Bitters is csjHvially
adapted to cure of all Kidney and
Liver troubles and often gives almost
instant relief. One trial will prove
our statement. Price only 50 cents
for large liottle. At W. C. Hainan's
Hotel Furnishings for sale.
The undersigned will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder on Sat
urday, September 4. 1S!7, at the Horey
building, corner Good Hoiio and
Frederick streets in the city of Cape
Girardeau, a big lot of hotel furnish
ings, consisting of bedsteads, Ivilding,
tables, chairs and other articles too
numerous to mention. Sale will be
gin at tw o'clock p. m.
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in the early
stages to effect a cure. W. H. Coerver,
i.lst ot .Mall Matter
Ui'iiiahiing uncalled for in the post offlee of
Caie Ginnlt-au, comity of Cape Girardeau,
State of Mioiri. for the week ending
August .iii, Irfsrr.
Arrey Pen Bare Mr Ira
lllaaeiibere Wilhelm Bute Mr Kosel
Cowherd 41 C. II on W S Fed rick Frank
Groseclofie n m II . Key Mibk Hell
Knellie Mm Christ Morel and Mr. II
McConnpll Mr Eliza MeUhee Mls Caroline
Setterdeld V C
Xacen Air Ghan
Pf rren Mr II C
Robinson Mr Damon
Kenrroe Mrs Cinda
storm Miss liel!
Underwood Mr W M
Swonny Mr. Her.ry
White Minn Iii! do
Persons calling for auy or the above letters
will please say "Advertised," giving: dateol
the list, ir not called for within two weekt
thrywill be sent to the Iliad' Letter Office at
Wiisliiiitftu.i City. W. V. LEECH P. M.
Hallard'n Hon hound yrup.
Is the best known remedy for Con
sumption. Coughs. Colds and all
Throat, and hest troubles. Every
biitt'.e is. guaranteed. It is the best,
remedy for children. Sold at Will
son's drug store.
Assignee's Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that I, the
u n dersi gned a ssi gnee of Stei a Brothers,
do appoint the 27th day of September, '
18!l7, as the time, and tha Cape City
Mills on Broadway, in thecity of Cape Y'
Girardeau, Missouri, as the places
where I will, between the hours of 9 a.
m. and 3 p. m., on the above named
day and the two succeeding days, be
in attendance to receive, adjust and
allow demands of the creditors of said
Stein Brothers against the trust fund
arising from the sale and disposal of
the goods and effects assigned to me
for the benefit of the creditors of said
Stein Brothers, the assignors.