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Tit Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
The Democrat Prlntlna 60.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Port Offle at Cape Gtrardeaa,
Mo., at second-class matter.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER , 1899.
Bro. Genunsr is trying to make his
readers believe that the whole coun
try will be in the poor house before
McKinley's term of office expires.
The Democrats of Southeast Mis
souri are going to ask for too much
in the next campaign and they will get
vuuisratiuiio vDuiver says no is
lor Marsh Arnold for Governor of I
Missouri. Mr. Vandiver would not
like for Mr. Arnold to go before the
Democratic convention for Congress.
T. J. Akin, chairman of the Repub
lican Central Committee, is not the
right man in the right place. He has
been tried and "found incapable
running the machine. He proved
failure in the last State campaign
and more recently did this man Akin
prove a failure in conducting the
campaign in the Eighth District.
Akin is not the man for chairman of
the Republican State Central Com
mittee and he should be invited to
step down and out and make room for
a man with brains and executive
The American public schools in
Manila were opened on July 3, and
every native pupil has been taught
ine next UemOCrfttlf: nriminna tnr
Congress in this district must not be the Engli9h lanffuff8 one hour each
too sanguine of his election. The Re- y- Anere are 80000,9 ln the clty
publicans will have snmthi t and a11 are crowded with Filipino
about who will be the next Congress- y0Utb' who are raPidly acquiring a
man from this district.
knowledge of the language of this
country. The schools open at 7:30 In
the morning and continue three hours.
Then there is a recess until 2:30 p. m.
when the session is resumed for two
hours and a half. The school year is
The Scott County Newsboy is out
for Hon. Marshall Arnold for Gov
ernor. Mr. Arnold would tower like
a church steeDle to a water cinaat
above any man the Democrats have nine month9 a.nd attendance is corn-
sent to Jefferson Citv as Gov-. l""sorJ ' ior cnnaren from b to 12 years
for more than fortv rM or a&e ""elusive. When this genera
uvu (jruns up u win oa imea ior aeir-
Cyclone" Jones of the VVet Knn. g0ernment; and tbe 8ame 8Cno1 8J'S
wavoutin Hawaii ..,.t. lwta wlu re exienaea to otner cities as
m w w wuuhY naillO LUD I ... . .
Republicans of the Fourteenth nia J raPia'J' as cml governments are or
trict to nominate him for f!nr,... ?aDlzed 10 them- Anti-expansionists
Now let Mr. Jnn t-t k;. wlU Plea8 noto.-Toledo Blade
viai. uii irtjJ A
gree. The Republicans are sroin to
look for registered stock in the next
Gen. Funston's method of dealing
with the Philippine insurgents seems
to be, a he outlines it, to whip them
first, and then talk civil government
This is tbe plan which is
purwaed. Aguioaldo under-
congressman Vandiver has been
out over his district talkinir third term to them
w nis constituents and he savs ho has lD
no fears of being defeated at the next 8tand8 tne situation, in this respect by
convention for re-nomination. He I time. He- knows that some sort
knows there will be other men before of a civil ffovenimellt furnish-
tne convention asking for the nomi- ea "e lI1Pinos, and that th amount
nation, but he is satisfied that he will of autonmy in U will be increased
go into the convention with votes as the People of the islands prove
enough to nominate him. I themselves to be fitted for it. But he
also knows that none of it will be pro-
There is a letter in th iw,.ffi..,. ; vided untii American sovereignty i
this city for the editor of the Sth.-a ac-Pted throughout Luzon. Aguin-
ox. tne editor of the Spice Box
leinniscuj several years aro after
trying to publish a Democratic naoer
nere. He was here about fmr u-ir
When he left he failed to leave his
1 . O. address. He didn't go East
he did'ntgo West, he didn't go North
ne man t bouth, and it is therefore
supposed that he went where all Dem
ocratic editors go and there
Of the Cape Girardeau Building and Loan Association
August 31st, 1899.
RESOURCES. i LIABILITIES
Cash 011 band $ ! VH Dues aceonnt no deduction t 606II 74
Loans on Beal Estate 1st Mortgage... 7:i0 i Profits subject to withdrawals Kt7 07
Loans on stock iTJ) 0u: Difference in book withdrawal Talue 9811 00
Doe from members '.no xt
Real Kstate 7(MI 4til
Bills Receivable saw 00
Advanced payments S4 90
VALUE Of SHARES:
aldo is not in the dark a to American
intentions, but he thinks if he
renders the days of his power are
over. Lake the walking delegate in
the labor disturbances, Aguinaldo'j
pay and jwtencj- depend on the con
tinuation of the trouble. Globe-
The Indianapolis Sentinel, speak
ing of the President's reference to the
future of the Philippines in his Pitts
burg speech, says sadly: "In other
words, it is the purpose that the Phil
ippines shall not be independent at
any time, but shall remain 'under the
stars and stripes.' " Well, have not
we, who live under the stars and
stripes, independencs and freedom as
welly Are the Filipinos to be com
miserated because we propose to treat
them as well as we treat ourselves?
We notice that a number of our CUPelj
rural Democratic exchanges are talk
ing mighty nice about W. H. Miller
of Jackson as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Congress.
Now we don't know that Mr. Miller
will be a candidate but we can tell our
Democratic friends that if "Bill''
Miller goes in to that Democratic
convention the delegates will think a
To any one afflicted with this terri
bio disease I desire to say that I suf
feied for twelve years without missing
a summer, and that I believe my case
was as malignant as any that could
be found. This summer I began to
suffer in the usual way, and learning
that tbe Semmes Gaseo-Chemic- treat
ment had cured catarrh, . I decided to
take it. After the fourth treatment I
quit sneezing and have b been
troubled with this disease since.. It
is now six weeks since I begaa. taking
the gas, and I feel so well that I de
sire to tell all others who sneeae and
sneeze and suffer during the lovely
summer months, how and where- L was
Mrs. W. C. Bekumann.
Mrs. Bergmann is one of the best
ladies in Cape Girardeau and no one
would question her word for a moment.
Those having hay fever would do well
to see her.
Schools In Cuba and Elsewhere.
Prof. J. F. DraushoB, who is au-
cyclone has struck the convention thor of four text books on bookkeen-
ing, will, on October 10, 18!9, open a
hall. Bill is an up-to-date hustler.
He has the grit, he has the lrins and
he has the friends and. when he goes
after a tbi he always gets it.
Altgeld sa5 teU not extirpated,
but his Democratic enemies declare
that he is. The packing of the sub
committees against Altgeld looks like
a conspiracy to retire him from com
mand. He will not be so conspicuous
in the councils of the Democracy
hereafter. Whether this is a matter
for condolences or congratulations,
however, is not clear. By putting
Altgeld out of the inner circle of elec
tion managers he is freed from re
sponsibility for a campaign which
will undoubtedly be more disastrous
to the Bryanites than that of 1SH was.
Altgeld's turn to laugh will come when
he reads the returns of the Bryan and
Stone overthrow on the ni?lit of Nov.
Albert Hawkins and Charley lvU
were applicants for that new Demo
cratic ollice created by tne last Demo
cratic Legislature and named Beer
Inspector. They were both immensely
indorsed by the big ami by the little
n..nmiT:Ls of Southeast Missouri.
The ollice pays a good salary
Charley and Albert were oying to get
their noses in the big beer ir.ugs a', the
hi" breweries fanu I "J get their little
paws into the State treasury
v,nv I'iiln't vet there. That
Governor was looking around for j
bigger men bigger Democrats than i
Charley and Albert and he turned his j
back on those little politicians in little j
old Southeast Missouri and gave thej
prize to the other fellows way up the 1
Missouri IUver. '
well equipped business college in the
Em i lie building, St. Louis, cor. Oth
and Olive streets. His brother, who
was for four years principal of j
Draughon's Practical Business Col
lege, Nashville, Tennessee, will hare
charge of the St. Louis college. Prof.
J. F. Draughon recently visited Cuba
with a view of establishing a business
college there next year, and on his re
turn he opened a business college in
Savannah, Ga. He also has a flour
ishing business college at Galveston,
and one at Texarkana, Tex. His col
leges are the best patronized business
colleges in the South. They give a
superior course of instruction and
have special facilities lor securing
positions. Money for tuition may be
deposited in bank till position is se
cured, or good notes will be accepted.
Special rates will be given all who
enter at St. Louis on or before about
tht opening. See ad. of these col
Ices elsewhere in this issue, and write
for free catalogue.
Address .1. F.
Nashviiie. Ten n.
t.ood LiiouaU to Take.
f.nest quality of loaf sugar is !
manufacture of .Chamber-
..,,1 useu m u.c
: hlill S I OV.gu lemeu aim me ioo;s
j used in its preparation give it a llavor
i similar to thai of maple syrup, waking
i - ...... 1.. . 1
l.Ut i " ve,'J" P1'"'-'1"- 10 'aw. -is me iiieu-
jcmi lut r--
grippe, croup ar.d whooping cough it
is uncquaicd by any other. It always
cuivs and lures ov.ickly. For sale by
1. Ben Milier.
tiladTidlnasto Asmara sufferers'
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick
and positive relief in all cases.
3 I Shares Months Shares Total Withdrawal Book;
a. Dateorisane in i Loaned Value 1 Total
3 I Force Paid 1 on i Paid ch 1 Total Value I
3 December Iwm 3 FT? S4.-.1 00; 174 US 51.B (M l'.H ttt .07 o;
4 December si ins ss;a 34-a : ISO ! 4b7S St 1 xl .Ii4 11
5 December 11 72 ! 7i Kft 12 U". ! lti 14.1 4i lasai 4
ti December lii 1;.-, 4,; 14175 (t: KM Si 1R7 7S lilt 27 IH72 8i
7 Jane l!JS 7s 7. SpOO OH, 'M 4:1 777 .r4 17 Ml S4t 18
8 December 1J 7S; B 4'i M0X .K: ! ti7il M 9ti 77 730B 1J
9 June Kit S)i tc; i;, 74 7a M , n jjej gn
10 December ls9 so?,' 57 4ii2 7."i 7 XI Mta ill 7j !S 134 SB
11 June 111 as.'j .11 21', 2!Kt 50' Sis.-; ;I7 a. t 17 -V70 4
12 December ISld .V. 4S 33 247S m S3 4:1 2!K 5 M 124 00
13 Jnue li ?.)", S! so'. .-ill'i 12 4.-i 33 SKio 73 47 87 S 61
14 December 18! W7, 33 2I, 277 87 S7 V, 3147 k: 3 ST. 310 51
15 June 17 88 27 8 Ii6 W : i 1141 14 31 25 1W7 SO
lti 1 December 18".i7 85 21 9 3-S 1785 tut 22 f l4tl .V. 2.1 57 SWI 45
17 Uune ISMS . In .-, i; 4i m) 1.1 . 302 1!7 lti 31 .K9 XII
18 iDecemher HW -t 8, 45 0' ai ; 65 9 47 MS
1! .Jane law :. .-. 5' 17 25 3 0 17 42 3 5 17 32
Undivided 2K6 97
HOIS 375 2-5 80513 7 78211 81 8742 A
STATE OF tf ISf'RI
Codnty of Cai- GlIAMBKaC (
H. Rider. President, and Henrv A. Antholz. Secmtarv
each on his oath states that tbe above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief,.
as shown by tbe books and accounts of said Association
J. H. Biobr, President
Hknry A. Astholz, Stey
Subecribed and sworn to before me this 1st day or September Isf.t.
Bi. V. Davis. Notarv Public.
My commission expires Auzust tst, M03.
le are Bfisy
Fitting out the boys and girls for school and
taking care of the neir Fall and Winter Goods
as they come in. We are crowded for room,
and as we have a few good Spring and Fall
weight Clothing left we will offer it at very low
prices for the purpose of making a little more
Men's summer weight clothing, suits
worth $6.00 to $7.50 closing out at 5.00.
Men's summer weight suits worth from
worth from $8.00 to $10.00 closing price $7.00.
Men's crash suits worth $5.00 closing
Boys 2-piece suits from 75 cents, up.
Boys long pant suits 2.50 up.
A full line of Boys vestee suits from $2.00
up. Bring us your boys; we can fit and please
Watch the papers for our fall announce- Kj
ment by which we will tell you all about the
newest creations in- Fall and Winter Goods.
David A. Glenn.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
Capital, - - - - $50,000.00
Surplus, - - - - $15,000.00
ROBT. STURDIVANT, President.
LOUIS F. KLOSTERMANN, Vice-President.
LEON J. ALBERT, Cashier.
L. J. ALBERT, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
FIRST MTIOIUL Bit
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
DATID A. GLENN, Presided. W. B. VHESOS,. Vice-PresiteDtf
L. S. JOSEPH, Cashier.
DAVID A. GLENN, W B. WILSON,
H. P. PEIRONNET, B K. DAVIS,
WM. H- COERVER, J. A. MATTESON.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
, How Are Your
' Bowels ?
Are your bowels regular in fieir movements? If no. your heatftttl ta more or
lass impaired, and you never will feel entirely well unti'. your bowels move reg
ularly and naturally. Constipation is one of the most universal and distressing
afflictions of mankind. It is an ailment that is a constant menace to life. for. -when
the bowels, which are the sewers of the body, fail to move a.t least once a
day. the system becomes impregnated witSi impurities :iad diseases, wbich often
result fatally, are easily contracted. All victims of constipation have Invaria
bly the same experience to relate in reference to the various remedies that
they have tried in an endeavor (a obtain Ttelief. and in efforts tni cure this ail
ment. There are legions of pills and mixtures on the irutrket, all of w hich are al
leged to be "purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, am'j certain cure for consti
pation.' No one but the makers know what these pill J-an J potimsare made of.
and they won't tell. It would their sale if the truth were told, for It would,
frighten off the consumers if it were Kniwn what drnat!c drugs (calomel, soap.,
croton oil. etc! that "these pu.-ely veRetable" preparations contain. No one ever;
knew or heard of a case of constipation that was anything more than aggra
vated by the use of such remedies. Thjire is not a reputable physician ia either
America or Europe, however "lifrh his standing in 5he profession, who will nit
acknowledge that it was only m few years ago, comparatively, that medical
science discovered a drug thai will absolutely cure tne worst and most obstinate
cases of cfironic constipation. That drug is Cascara, Sagrada. and it grows no
where in the world but in California. The best and most carefully and scientific
ally compounded preparation of Casoari Sajfrada on the market is Casca Fet rine
Bitters made in 'alifornia. the home of Casrara Sagrada. It Is the only medi
cine of any kind now sold. tli makers of which tks the public into their con
fidence and tell what it is mail-- of. Caca Fernr.e Bitters contains, in addi
tion to C'ascara. ivicrada. nothing mora tian Cinchona. Malt Kxtrat and Iron,
with pure California Sherry Wine as a base, the Litter being the product jf this
company's own vineyard, ia Sonoma County. California.
Casca Ferrine Bitters is rerommende.i and pres''riled br physician every
where, in preference tn any uther Casrara preparation made. They knjw that
it gives th desire-i results, espec.ally in case- ti hro.-ic constipation. Casca
Ferrine Bitters is both tonii- anil laxative in its action. In constipation the Cas
cara Saraiia restores tone and stEnth to tht- walls an-1 muscles of tne intes
tines, giving them the power to acc naturally, rt also promotes the -e.-etions of
the liver, nature's lubricant, enabling the bowels to move easily. There is posi
tively no gripinc attending the ise of Casca Ferrine Bitters, nor anr reaction
from its use. When u.-ed for chronic constipation prurr.t't relief is afforded, and
as the cure progresses doses can gradually be -Increased until the bowels move
naturally without the aid of this or any other medicine. Casca Fe.-rine Bitters
is palatable and harmless ar.d can l-e administered as readily to infants and chil
dren as to adults. A bottle in the house saves doctors' bills. A tn.-'l will con
vince the most skeptical of the rare efficacy of this peerless preparation in all
stomach, liver, kidney and bowel troubles, blood diseases, genera: debility and
Casca Ferrine Bitters,
THE SIERRA PHARV1ACEUT1CAL CO.,
Son Francisco, Cal.
For Sale in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
By j. MAPLE WILSON.
EDWABD S. LILLY,
Blount's True Blue Flows Rock
Island Plows, Pony Plows
and Double Shovels.
Qap? Breuen at?d lee onpagy.
Cape Girardeau, Mo
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER:
OFFICER S: DIREUTO It S:
A. SaEDIGER, Pres.
WM.. KEGESHARDT, Vice-3.
E H . EKGELMANN, Sec'j .
CHRIS HIRSt'H "Treas.
L. F. KLOSTERMAK3.
E. H. EXGELMAN.
are the most fatal of al
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
& GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded:. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c. and
pnCTTTAfTC SECTOEn.. May deposit
I VUUIVIUJ money for tuition in bank
tiH position is secnred.or will accept notes.
Cheap board, cariarepaia. rova
1 cation Enter any time. Open for both
sexes. Catalogue free Write to-day.
! St. Louis Mo., f5a;J OliwJtrctM,
1 T Em.! e Budding.
I Nashville, Tcttn. GatvMtoa, Tex.
; Savannah, Oo. p Texarkana. Tex. i
! Indorsed by merchants and bankers.
! By far best patronized business colleges
i in South. Three Montis' bookkeeping
: with us equals six by the eld plan. All
j commercial branches taught. For circu
lars explaining Home Study Course,"
; address ''Department A," For college
j catalogue, address ''DepartmentiKey 4.
JACOB. ST EPS AN,
The well kaown baker, has opened. a
new shop at No 3ft Main street, amd
will keep a. full aupply of genuine Rye
and Vienna bread, and cakes of all
kinds on hand at all times.
Mrs. M. Stoph&a nee Haenichn,
would be Dleased to have all her old
customers at the Haenichen bakery
give hia a call.
The New B. & C.
."0 Main Street.
B. F. WICHTERICH,
'flk'c in CfM-rver's Dri;' .store.
I'Sfn-: Ol'ii.-e No. . JlWiiicnivN'o. Z1
falls !v night or day promptly at
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set. rail wim tklM nonnn. 1 sk
la nus?a fur riel. cniBurlm c4
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pont free. Oldest npncv for securing paten;.
i'atents taken through Menu &, C"y. receive
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