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CI'Tk I tprms mrrtK mstoii-I Momtayb in Ffb
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Hpprvrttr oaa Arrival or MmIIm.
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lan i.irarlpau Soatl.a.'slrrii Kailvay , daily at
r'or.sliawiti'own. Pocahontas. lpraon. Oak
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Iv viit Sunday, at ill. M
K.it I irioU' a'ld trypl Mills, Monday, Wrd
tirsility a:id Kr:ia) . at I :i p. m.
I'or Wlfatland a:-d KraT "av :irrrpan.
Illi-i'i, 'iui-mlny. l).urAd::y ai,d l-'riday, at
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11: i itii at 7 I. M
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M.n-onic Hall, llarilioiiv stn-pt on tlip
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dft ofrarh moith at f t. l,
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Mancinir Hall. llanm-uV rtvt, tlw flrrf -n tl
triinl TnTwlav oi rcb m.th at 7 P. M
V.itinc workmeu will Him! ciiprai(U itinnR
limn U-io,. K. A. kAiiK,
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t '.. Owl Cm b MfH-i rrrr WMnoiMlay
vruhiffat HoVI.-rk. Kom od Main rtrTt in
I'amUT'H Eow. Uoom olk' at all timea for
J. M KrA . lTHsiJent.
KUK CITY MA1NIIAU
H are Lathori.r! t aniKuirrf
IIkxky A. Astiioi.
Hf. a randitlatr Pit nwlwiion XnthntfterOf tlty
Mr.r-tlial at thfr:iauiiijtrity clertioii.
We air aotlHri-d tn annnanrr
ClIKIST. II IKS H.
a raii.tlatr fr H ration to theoffir-r of City
Marshal at th fncuinp citv lrruon
FOK ITY TliKASL'HEK.
W'r arr authorize 1 1 annoiicr
Nicholas Wichtkrh h.
a raifHiilatr for TP-rtction to the offirr of
iAty Tn-awi rvr at theeut-aius: city clwtiou
FOK COrXTY fiCIUM)L COM-
H ar aathoriipd to annoanw
It. K. LrsK.
-if Oak RirlRft. a rantlirfa for Connty School
t.inmit.simer. bf-t to th virtps ol the iko-
Vle At tlir-annual rvhool elt-ctiou to be held on
nrtlay. April 7. I
"W. O. SANDERS,
Cape Girardeau Ho.
llavluK rtwntly Uken chMlte of tills hottt
t liav renovated and nrfurnlahrd It and can
now offer to the tmeUDg pablic aeromrwsla
Jon rsaallv ai pond aa any In the city. f II
j-OtvE MK A CaLL.-O
Millinery & Dressmaking
MISS MARY PENNOWFSKY
Xtni.l. BE Pl-KASED TO SKE HKB LAP
w -. ... ... .ti.r on Hannoi
stwt. b.tce Middlrand Hnrtf
(OOi) Al'.'O THE
"i-nwi auuuuiB Janus m xne no
Monday night was regular ordi
nance bijrht with our City Council,
and every ordiuance introduced wa
A car loaded with coal got away
Tucuday on the incline anil went
plunging through the transfer boat
and into the river. The car was
taken out Monday night but ths coal
j ww lost
.lay (iould will arrive iu the citv
next week to remain a week, lie will
be entertained by the nieiiilx-m of the
City Council who by their votes
deeded him our river front.
The Mayor ot this cily will here
after receive a salary of titty dollars
per aunum. aud the members ol the
City Council will receive twenty-five
dollars each. feeins to us this i a
tfep baik.Intcad of forward.
We know five gentlemen who
will, ome ot these days, want to hire
somebody to kick them five hundred
dollars' worth each. Those who arc j
fiim I of music must pay the tiddler. I
Edward S. Lilly is filling up his
two large store rooms on Main street
with an immense stock ot hardware.
Wlieu he is done fitting up ami j.ut
ting in goods he will have as large a
stock as is carried by any retail hard
ware store in he Mate.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism aud
neuralgia, radically cures in 1 to :t
days, by removing the cause from the
system, it will not fail. 7' cents.
Killer & Wichterii h, drug
gists, latie Girardeau,
We understand 'hat the fliemls
of Won. 1. F. Klostcrmaun will insist
that he become a candidate for Mayor.
Mr. Klost'-rmann is a good mail for
the position aud if he will allow his
name to go on the ticket be can be
electetl. In fact if he will consent to
make the race we do not believe be
would have any opposition.
Mr. Clyde Petty, of Oak Ridge,
this county: writes to the Chicago
Letlgn- to state that, on receipt of a
stamped addressed envelope he will
send an infallible cure for asthma,
free of charge. Now the Postmaster
at Oak Ridge will hare to employe an
extra clerk to hand out the letters,
that Mr. Clyde will receive.
Eczema, Ringworm and Tefter
are all disagreeable companions and
thesourceot much annoyance. Hunt's
Cure cures them all. Guaranteed. 4".
1 r. T. F. C. J;ine left last Mon
day for Ir nit.ni. where he goes to
lake charge of the Episcopal Church
! that beautiful little city. Dr. James
has re-iiled in this city for several
years. Mini while here ) made a host
of warm friend. i ho regret to sec ;
him leave. As goo'lauil kiiid-heartcil i
men as I r. !:i!in are few and very)
vattcrnig. lie is a classical schol ir
as c!i as a true I liritl.ni ant till til-1
fill servant in the cause of religion, j
I r. S. S. Harris, who ha- seciir-d I
n fr:!idiisc for a street r:iihvav ill this I
citv informs us that the company
of which be is a member, is
making arrangements to begin work
, ... r It., v'.v- it is tl.p
intention of the cviij:iiiy to put on
the electric cars and they propose to
have the line ( omplete'j and the
nnuing by the tir-l of next lldoln'r.
We predict for Cheatham's
Tasteless Chill Tonic an unprecedent
ed success. The w e!l known reputa
tion of its ni-innfaetfirers is. ot itself
an ample guarantee of its superior
merits. For sah bv Miller & Wilson
-KImu Iirrr hi l-r-:l,iv Ij mhkat
PI'-ar t!i.-ntinoiir!iiut of Nirhol-s
Wirhd'ricli .1.- n rriiulid.-ile for ro-olec
tion ! the otle-e of t ity Treasurer.
Mr. M'icliteri. h Ins held that office
for so long that if is unucress.iry for
" " speak ot his administration. It
is enough to say that he has made the
city an efficient ntnl faithful officer.
He is not running tor the office for
the honor there is ill it, but he wants
it for the salary. That is now his only
dependence for a living, and we hope
he will be retained for he is surely
deserving of that much at the bauds
of the citizens ol this cily.
Cnpt. Sharp, whe will leave for
Kngl-iiid in a few weeks, is gathering
together secimcus of our timber to
take with him. The Captaiu thinks
there is no timber iii this country
that is superior to the gum, and he
will take ecimens of the diflerenl
varieties of that wood with him.
In the Council chamber Monday
night Mr. Itpgenhardt must have felt
very lonesome when he discovered
that he was the only member who
was opposed to the passage of the
railroad which (fives away our entire
city front. However. Mr. Hegen
hardt ran console himself on the fact
that in voting as he did he was repre
senting the leiitiiiieiit of a large num
ber of our citizens.
Is it not too much to have io
scratch lor a living and for relief also
Hunt's Cure will not help you in the
ormer rase, but it will sure cure the
Itch or it cost vou nothing. For
sale by Miller & Wilson.
Lipp & Son purchased ten or
twelve head of fine beef rattle from a
drove that were brought in from near
Oak Kidgc Monday to ship to St.
The steamer Idlewild got about
oue hundred head of cattle here
on her np trip Tuesday. This county
ships more beef cattle to St Louis than
any other county in Southeast Misscnri
-Railroad crossing Lookout for
the cars," will be the aign tacked up af
every trecl crossing along our river
front if the Iron Mountain people
build In here. And truly we will be
a railroad town.
I WaiMAuMJ v i
The gentlemen who are drilling
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several other jobs in the city.
If Dr. Kider remains in the City
Council for another vcar aud con
tinuesto introduce ordinances at
rate he is now introducing them the
city will have an ordinance book as
large as Webster's Unabridged Dic -
Hugo Fj-merti, ol Jackson, came
on the hark Ti
speuu a uay or two visiting
daughter, Mrs. Tony GockeL
It would be the proper thing
tnosc memliprs of thi I Ur -,ni.,,
who voted for the ordinance to re
duce the salaries of the citv officers.
to return to the city treasurer that
portion of their salary exceeding
twenty-five dollars. Retrenchment
and rcliirm should begin at home.
Will they do unto themselves is they
propose to do to others?
The gentleman who purchased
,. ,,f . . . ' ,
I., tarri.ll luteal iu the ferry boat
is firm Mexico.
We arc pleased lo learn that
l.oliert G. lianney has made 1111 bis
mind to move to this city. lie ha,
had poor health on the farm for a
year or two and he will trv citv life
now for a while.
We are pleased to note that
the people residing on Spanish street
0:1 the west side have asked the
City Council to put down curb stones
so that they can lay sidewalks on that
side of Spanish street.
One of these days we will have
so..ie politics iu our city elections and
then some of the fellows who now
imagine they are great big men will
drop out of the way.
When the Iltitchtotvn I'ranch of
the Jackson liranch railroad is com
pleted to this city we can then go to
Jackson by rail with only three
changes of cars.
The fact that J. F. Mitchim was
one ot the bondsmen lor the Anchor
Music Company is evidence that the
concern was doing busiuess on the
cheek of its managers instead ot on
Robert Gilione who lost his
birn aud its contents some time ago
and w ho was insured iu the German
Insurance. Company of Frecport,
Illinois, has. we understand, sued the
Company for the amount of his loss.
We knov- nothing about the case but
we (to know that an Insurance Com
pany that ha to be forced to p-iv its
losses at the end of a law suit is not
worthy of patronage.
In this is-ue of the 1i:mo-icat
appears the announcement of Christ
Ilirsch. who is a candidate for the
office of City Marshal. Mr. Ilirsch is
not a stranger to the peoi.le of this
city. He was born and raised here,
and ha-lived here all his life. He is : ( Irange Ulos-oiii. are not members of
a young man who stain's high in the j iin; t ity Council. They are security J
( omiiiiiuiiy. socially, mm-jilly, and as0n a certain paper that v. ill cost thein:
I a mi-mess man. in- is conservative
in all things and if he has an enemy
in the w orld he surely don I kuow it.
for In- treats i vi rylmdy alike. Mr.
Ilirsch i- wcM .iiinlilie.l to fill most
any office in the gift of the people,
and if he is elected to till the office
to which he aspires he will do his
whole dutv as an officer.
Lost a tine large case of the chills
Supposed to have been carried ofHiy
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic. No
reward offered. It is gone for
There are lots of stra.ngcrs iu the
city this week.
Under the new ordinances the
man who holds the new office of dog
catcher w ill get a larger salary li.au
The stone masons are getting
ready to begin w ork on the founda
tion for lloblis' new stone building,
corner of Main and Harmony streets.
Mr. Ilolilis will erect a large two
story brick with iron aud glass front.
The design is very handsome. Mid the !
new building will lie tjuite a valuable
addition to that part of the city.
Three new business houses on
Main street this year will not leave a
great deal f vacant ground for addi
tional building, but there are several
old houses that can be pulled down to
give room for more substantial build
ings. Lost his grippe the man who
took Cheat ham's Tasteless 'hill Tonic,
but ain't kickiu'and says it's" a Lulu
Cheatham's Tasteless. 42.
With two railroad tracks on fhe
l-evic and trains of cars passing over
them at all times of the day no
farnier would risk to drive his team
on the !,cvee. The Levee merchants
would then have to deliver their
"ikmIs to Main street.
The Mayor of Jackson receives a
salary of one hundred dollars per
annum. Hereafter the Mayor ot Cape
(iirardeau the metropolis of South
cast Missouri will receive a salary ot
only fifty dollars per annum. Shame
on the men w ho have thus trampled
upon the dignity of the highest office
in the city.
Over Sl.'iO.OOO paid by the con
sumer in Texas alone last year, tor
Cheatham's Chill Tonic. We offer
vou this year, Cheatham's Tasteless
Chill Tonic for the same price, 74
Cents per bottle. It is identically the
same with the exception of taste. It
is fo improved you wouldn t recognize
it, but its qualities are unimpaired.
Guaranteed to cure. Try a bottle
and be convinced. - 42.
The boomer around on Main
street makes as much noise and is as
frisky as a little bull in fly time. JIc
imagines that he is interested in
the; affairs of this city, bnt it is all
imagination nothing else. He has
nothing here to keep him in this city
and as soon as a few tellows who are
using him get through with him he
will pick up his grip-sack and walk
off to some other locality.
a J The trees in our city park have j
' t ..... .ucjr oe. tn MB Impromplal Ontbnrat.
branch out this spring we Will have ' fie lteerlbeal the Xcw Month.
. e prettiest pars in tue btate.
- ' Some of our health-seekers
the Hot Si.i hit's. Ark. will return Lome
- . C7
' this week Henry Rowan will remain
; another week at the springs.
i -The present City Council had
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thing they submit to the voters ol
i.;ir n-;il l.o v.t.orl .l..n
Ins We understand that
a flr-t-i lass
I opera company b headed this way,
for;01"1 wiu I'rouably reach here aboi.t
;i i iuc .1111 ui mis iiiuiim.
Joe Jeager and Charley Blattner
went to Marble Hill this morning o
; appear in the Xoemnger-Sieincrs case
iu the Circuit Court.
The Mayor would be doing the
wise tiling were he to veto that rail
road ordiuance, and iu 1"3 than two
years from now even" citicu in the
city would be praising him for trying
' ' , ,
j to save the c:ty trom the rule of the
The -it y election promises to be
. a lively election after nil. There will
lc lots of candidates iu the field for
all thoofliccs with tne exception of that
of Mayor. That office will this year
1 seek the man.
We vuders'a id that 1111 irort will
j be made at the May term ol the County t
j Court to get saloon licence at Jackson. I
j t ;s ,;u.i.. d that a large majority of
the people of that town are now in .
favor of aili.H ing one or two saloons
: to be opened there.
j The announcement of Prof. If. F. I
Ltisk of Oak RiikT. who i, a cani.lr.le !
be found elsewhere in the I)i:mm'kat.
Mr. Lusk is as line young man as there
I: in the county, lie is uell iiiialilicd
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mi i.i. .'iiiwu ui.ii .it- ..... i.u vii.t.i.i
Houck b negotiating
that Mr. Louis
with the owners j
of the drilling machine now drilling
a well for F. A. Kagc in this lity, to
do some drilling tor him at Couran-!
ville. It has been claimed for several i
years that there is coal deep down in
the earth in the locality of Conran
ville and the prospect of striking coal
may he Mr. Houck's desire for pros
pecting. We hear the name of Mr. Wm.
II. Coerver mentioned in connection
with the Mavor's office. Thau Mr.
Coerver there is no better man iu the
citv for that position. He is one of
itw tia.tl ot.l ..p, .i-i-i tt ifiyr...u a., in.
. . , less i oue-.iors coniiiiissiou. ainoiiuieii ..,... i:. i.. .. i vi- .
telligent. progressive and clever . , , , dean, tarter. Itiplcy and Wayne:
gentleman. If he would consent to , to s.xty-two thousand four hundred Two,,ty-.so.-,,l .Howell . icicle. Ore
allow bis name to be used he wolll), ilollars and ten cents. 1 axes jKmi Thm Wrifrh
be elected with a rousing big major- j "'"e' tv'1 tT0'" r- '! Twenty-third. Dunklin, Mississippi.
i,v. lla-kt(,atertl,$illMft MSw j,
The live men we refer to. Mr.
. ltst live iiunoreil ilollars each, roiifi
' ,,f them reside in this city and the'
tilth gentleman is a resident of I!an-
dol lou u-hip. They are all good
Democrats, however. and were willing
to take some n.-k in order to try to
establish an organ.
11. F. Sieak U jretting the
on the sround for a new
residence building on Spanish street.
Mr. Speak proposes to erect a two
story brick of modern design. He
has a fine site for a residence and we
arc pleased to know that he proposes
to put up a building that will be an
ornament to Spanish street.
Long before some of the present
members of the City Council were
lwirn this city was more pro-peroiis
than it is to-day. and yet they have the
cheek to say that they have done great
things since the" have been at the
helm. What hart-ihey done'- Where
is a single improvement that has been i
inxiiguratcd since they took charge
of the city government? Point us out
! oue and we will sav amen.
Since the retrenchment and re
form Council cut the salary of the
Mavor's office down to lift v dollars
per annum it seems that nobody w ant
that office. Mr. Klostcrmaun says he j
is not a candidate. Mr. Coerver savs j
he don't want an otr.ee in w hich there
is less than thirteen ce'tt" per day and
very little honor, and thus it goes.
Don't the honorable Hoard of Council
see that they have spoiled a very nice
lot of flax?
The big five have taken possession
of the editorial columns of the little
sheet around on Main street and they
arc firing on William Regenhardt from
ambush because he refund to play
the hypocrite and vote with them
to give away the entire front of our
city. Mr. Regenhardt is an older
citizen than any man who voted for
that railroad ordinance and has more
at stake than any one .of them. lie
voted his honest conviction and he
America has some big churches, but i
when compared with some of the big i
churches ot Europe they are very j
small. Following are some of the ,
churches of the old world together ,
w ith their seating capacity:
St. Peter Church, Rome. . .
Milan Cathedra .
St Paul. Rome
St Paul. IjOiidon
St. Pctrionio. Itologna
St Sophia, Constantinople.
St. John. Latcran
Xotre Dame, Paris 21.000
Pisa Cathedral 1;,000
St. Stephen, Vienna 12,400
St Dominic, Bologna
1 1.400 '
St Peter. Kologna
."IT"?1 Z- A-iPnM -I'0"0 1
St. Mark. Venice 7.000
Spurgeon's Tabernacle, London 7,000 j
Dr. Hall's the great church at j
Fifth avenue, "ew York 2,000 j
ANECDOTE OF LINCOLN.
oIlt.e) as jir u,iri)ia jay ,,
at : favorite lounsc iu the register's office.
1 sai s . u ritr in W.
- - -. y ... -.auy.i-.iw,
while the register and his messenger' "II"!,nu;
j were engaged iu their work, and, as1 cPctiira"!eau Samuel Hilt, AVm.
he liked them to do, paying no atten-j "Ue ',- MJ "'l?0', ""'I!'
' .in ... l.i, l.n l,r,.L- . 'P, J- Smith Itandol, L. R.
the cient outburst a word painting
. wllfkt tl.p Sfllllh Wnlll.l l.p n'lifi
what the South would be when
I - -
1 war was over, slavery destroyed and,
she had had an opportunity to develop j
her resources under the benignant in- j
flueiicc of peace. Twenty years and
more afterward this scene flashed up- j
on my memory u 'yh the viviiluess ol
an electric light as I recognized the;
word picture of Mr. Lincoln in thej
following words of welcome by an !
eliMjiient Southerner to a Northern j
delegation: -You are staudiug," he
said, -at this moment in the gateway
that leads to the South. The wealth
th-it is there no hnr.r 1,1,1,1,... v,....
in n is mere, no longer niuiteu rrom
,,mil(la ,.re, fla.ies in vor v,.rv
j yu ,.., ,,, ,e roseg of pw
hope that till the air. You can liearl
the heart beats of liroirress that eniiie
as upon the wings ot heaven. You
can reach forth your hands ami almost
'clutch the mild that ilie uu rain,
! down with his beams as he takes his
daily journey hetwecu the coal mine; Work on the settlement had to be
and the cotton field: the highlands of . begun after the middle of February
wood and iron. of marble aud granite; j ...
tile lov. lands ot tobacco, of sugar and ! T'" "ntorlnl niatnrU.
rice, of corn and cone, of wine miik j Tl"' following are the new divisions
and honey.- Such was the picture of 'which will be the senatorial divisions
the South presented to the eve .,f Mr. ' ' State for the next year: First
I have written this account largely
i from personal knowledge, from what
f myself .:-. and heard. It has been
fhe regret of my subsequent lite that
I i'.I'I not at the time know how great
a man Mr. Lincoln was: that I did nut
lit tue time write out ami preserve nil
.1,1. 1 nl IV ..tl.pp fl.i,.., i.i,l
' and done bv him.
1 felt at the time
was an exception.
that Mr. Lincoln was rcvealhig him-
self to me iu new and elevated char-
acter. and I undertook to rerorti the
words in which that revelation was
(ellerled Searly All
On the I'd day of March the Couuty
Court made final settlement with
Henry Kerstner, late Collector. Mr.
Kerstner did exceedin
iv wen miring
ii i; .i
...e jcar e..u...s ...e cv,.,..-....... o
his lerm of othce. Ills collections on
acrouut of current taxes, licenses, etc
collections, .i j,i:f i ne average
collection on current taxes being
nearly iiincty-tivc per cent.
relit Jarora ror tae "fay Teraa ortue
4 Irrait 4 enrt.
Apple Creek Township Thomas
j p.. ('ii(s. Chas. Kiepe, Henry C.
j Byrd M. II. Kobb. Sam C. tail.
II. M. I'ickeus, .lohn W. Fulenwider. I
Cane (iirardeau Otto lluehrmannj
I -""'us r- l uiocck. tons. I'esseimann,
-ua oenuiiz, ..usi.cmiecKer..iuiius
Hubble A. II. Schlucler, Jacob
Kinder John M. Mabrry.
Liberty fieorge W. Proffer.
Itandol John 11. linker, E. P.
Shawnee Chas. ticrharter, R.
Welch t;eo. W. Carlton.
Whitewater E. M. Kinder. J.
lie Believe la Adverlisln-.
There is uo great abundan-e of corn
A- IA Clt.Vl fciiK
. - ' I I I il I 1
M it J. i I 1 1. :
i m inis section oi country lor saic ami sf-jrts are hiiii"
thelarmer who U the possessor of a j ,,up ai,,,,,," M!1(lv smipture with
surplus of that article is, of should lte.1P nrw. know ledge of these proper
j happy. We had occasion to go a mile 1 tions most thoughtfully till the rhythm
jor two in the country the other day of tlc lin(v, ra,(.'nc( itsclf 'upn
I aud on the road we saw a farmer who the memory. Studying the pictures
! believes in advertising, but who, uu-! ot . l.,t artists of every age we
fortunately, was educated helore the '., , ,,,, ..riuejpies everywhere
j inauguration of the public school sv. ; demonstrated.
i tern, posting up a sign. We had our , Tjic ,.iariI, of w ,!, rotiortion
little camera, and thinking a picture, s in ,i, j,)U2 ,.urvt. froln .irriipit to
of the man and his little sign might ; aakh,m u s different from the
h. interesting to some ot our mer-. u,.aly of m,.lIv ,jlir(, The depres
ciiants who believe so strong!- in .-!.!-: s;r,n at the so called waist line onlv
veriisiug. out do so little in tbat line. ;
n e l'dowed the fellow and give him j
a,'ovc jIst 1,c ai'l-eareJ before the j
Tarn Kd an Advertiaiifa.
Artvertising is the absolute prere-
quiiie to wie sate o. gooos; uu ,r ,
best advertisers are always 'our
enemies. Your friends sometimes go j
to bkeP: y"r envm,e ne,,cr do: "n,, I
wr.cnevcr lilt gouii-uaiitreo puonc,
being neither friend nor enemy, wakes
no to the consciousness that there is
something to be considered, they do
not pay much attention to the adver-
tismrnts, hut proceed to examine the
.roods. The House ot Representatives
of the Fittv-tirst Congre has been
., .. . . . ..
"TOnSn'r Jcrtised by iti eneime.
I think the public are sow disposed
to examine what they have done."
1 or Ike
ComuBoa Fleas Coart-
Applc Creek Township Cbas. F.
Kichter, Jeff M. Penney.
ISyrd Christ Hoffmeister, Chas. F.
.: imsej, oeorgc wngenneimer, AUaiu
ofj r ,
Kinder John L. (Jladish.
Liberty .John F. Strong.
Randoi Albert Foereuback
Shcwuoe A. A. (ioodinan.
Welch John llright.
Whitewater Aaron Link. Peter II.
A uni stniwiai.
J The. l"liii.iieut taxes returned by
: il. r..lwi,,r r,,p ti. v..p lxnr;
, amount to the following:
! j;,. Ktxtc ' " "
This can bo considered a vcrv eood
' showiii" since the t'oliector had onlv
about a month in which to look after
: dc Iinijiicnts. as it took until about the
' miilille of .Imiimrv before Hie Dc.cni-
her collection was wound tip, and
-The counties ot Atchison.
Holt. Nodaway and Worth.
I.nchuuurl County; Third,
Clay. Clinton. Dekalb aud
Platte: Fourth, (iriinily, Harrison.
Men erand Piiin:mi:Kifth aud Seventh.
Jackson; Sixth. Charlton, Linn, Liv-
. , 1 c 1" , , V 1 I' 1 1
1 - " "-".s1"".
.....li .'....n I -...1 I, x:...i.
"-.i. V ni. on. ... lis Ml... IU : .s.HUI
I'ooue. Macon and Randolph; Tenth.
Callaway. Montgomery. St. Charles
anil Warren: Eleventh, Audrain, Liu-
! r,"n ttu" ' lht 1 " pl"" A,",ir -iarK,
Knox, Lewis. Scott and Schnvler;
Thirteenth, Marion. Monroe, Ralls aud
Shelby: Fourteenth. Camden. Cooper,
Howard. Monitean and Morgan:
Fifteeuth. P.critoii. Hickory, Pettis and
Saline: Sixteenth. Rates. Cedar, Henry
and St. Clair Seventeenth. Cass, John
son and Ijifayette; Eighteenth, Harry,
Lawrence, McDonald and Newton;
i v, ...,. ,. , ...
1Vou, je,,. fhristiau. Dallas, Douclas.
Izark, Tuiry a!id Webster, Twenty,
first, Holloiiger, Itutler. Cape Girar-
Stoddard: Twenty-fourth, Crawford
Kent, Iron. Medison, I'evnolds and
Washington: Tnentylifth. Franklin,
(Gasconade and St. Louis: Twenty
sixth. Jefferson, Terry, St Francis and
Sie. ;eiievieve:Tweulv-seventh, Cole,
Marion. Miller. Osage. Phelps and
I'ulaski: Twenty-eight, Itarton, Jasper
and Vernon; Twenty-ninth. Thirtieth,
I Thirl v-lirst. Thirtv-sccond. Thirtv,
third and Thirty-iourth, Th5 City of
BEAUTY IN THE HUMAN FORM,
I.lrla Who Imitate the ajaaraliae Are
Searching for the highest standards
of human form, we discover that
manly beauty and wommly beauty
differ essentially. It is agreed that
the type of manly proportion includes
a comparativelv large head, wide
shoulders, rather s, pi are, a torso ta
pering to a rout I acted pelvis, while
the whole may be seven and a half
! he::.ls iu h"!L'ht. or an additional half
theid ndded to the length of the legs.
! giving a paiih-iilurlv elegant litrure.
i ii the other hand, line proportions
; tor a womnii arc a small head, should
ers rather sloping ..nil narrow, fhe
torso full and w idest at hips, while the
front line from the sternum over (he
abdomen hould show first a gentle
and tin n a full outward curve,
! ti. : i .: ... . J....
, ....,.-.. i.'i.k. ;:... .j .ii ..in; uu
is at vantnee with this type. F.very
' effort I- made to imitate nisculiiie
I ..Ii.irn,.l...i.li.... Tl... .1 t.l..-. -
... ...... .... -.. .... ..... pi.ou.i.u.a a. e
thru-t u; high mid sijuare, or made
to appear so. the tors.) is made to taper
in and everything under heaven is
done to make the waist look small.
The front line is forced to take an in
ward curve below the bust, and the
side lines t: form an awkward niiKle.
, i.ollow of which voluminous
(ie meeting of two large muscies
,,;,.,, ,, n iipa.iflll wonian should be
siifrIlt .,iill better lie ignored in
the clothing, for thesake of the greater
i beauty of the, whole sweep.
j It is to be HmliT-tiJoil that the long
curves are made np of shorter eon-
tors ,uc J?eu,v ,IpI,;ug imo another.
a form made up of graceful sweeps
W01M bp , weak nerTeIc8B)
insipid tbing.-yWr' Bazar:
flames far "ale.
I have for sate two good bay horses,
one a six year old and the other four
years old; one is 16 hands high and
the other is 16 1-2 hands high. They
are Lexington stock and fine animals.
Well broken to harness and saddle,
re gentle and kind.
R. W. Basso,
Caps Guardctiu, Mo.
Petit Jnron for tlie 31 T Tera
Proreedlnc or tne Citv roaaell la
Moxpav Evesixu, Mar. 9. 1891.
Hoard met as per adjournment with
the Hon. Mayor, L. J. Albert, in the
chair, and the following members
Carroll, llentge, Glenn, Malteson.
Rider. Rcgetlhardt and Woeleke.
Minutes read and approved.
A petition signed Ky C. IJndemann.
Franciscan Sisters and others was
presented and read. Said petition
stated that liv reason of raisin? aud
n'z j macadamizing of Sprigg street, at the
intersection ol Williams street, the
natural channel of water has been di -
ver.'cd, tormiug a large pourt Iu front
of the Lincoln school aud flooding
the adjacent propc ty, and asked
Hoard to have a culvert placed at the
north side of Williams street where it
enwses Sprigg. IhltSrausingthc water
to flow cast along Williams street in
its natural channel. Mr. Regenhanlf
moved that petition be referred to
fie Committee on Propositions and
Grievances. Seconded by M-. Woeleke.
Mr. Rider moved that same be
amended by referring sunc to the
Street and Whart Committee. Sec
onded and carried.
A petition fiom the property owners
on west side of south Spaui-h street
asking lioard to put in curb stones in
front of their property between Good
Hope aud Morgan Oak streets was
preseutcd. read aud on motion of Mr.
Rider referred to the
Wharf Committee to report at the
The Electric Light Coinmitfee pte
seuted bill of Home Electric Light
Company referred to llieiit, same hav
ing been reduced from $30.00 to
$'0.00 and recommended that same be
allowed; same was allowed aud the
Secretary instructed to issue warrant.
The .'iid'ciury Committee presented
the following Ordinances:
The ordinance authorizing the St.
L. I. M. & Southern Railwav Co, to i
construct, maintain and operate a rail
road over, along and across certain
streets In the city of Cape (iirardeau,
Missouri, was read as amended by said
Committee. On motion ot Mr. Kider
same was read by its title and put on
its final passage. The Yeas and Nays
being called re?ii!tci: Ycm, Carroll,
Flentge, Glenn. Matteson, Rider and
Woeleke (6). Nays Regenhardt (1.)
An ordinance appropriating the
city revenue for the fiscal year end
ing the first Monday in May, 1891,
passed a first reading. The rules
were suspended on motion of Mr.
Woeleke nnd said ordinance read a
second time. On motion of Mr.
Matteson the ordiuance was read by-
its title and put on its final passage.
tho Yeas and Xays resulting as fol
lows: Yeas, Carroll, Flentge, Glenn
Matteson. Rider; Regenhardt and
Woeleke (7)t Xays, none. Carried.
An ordinance providing for a
Special Election to decide a proposi
tion whether or not the city of Cape
Girard"u shall become a city of the
third class, iiuilcr the Revised Statutes
of the States of Missouri, passed Its
first reading. On motion of Mr.
Flentge the rules were siiseudcd and
ordiuance read a second time. Mr.
Glenn's motion that ordinance be read
by its title and put on its final passage
was seconded aud carried.
nance read by its title and the Yeas
and Xays resulted: Yea, Carroll.
Flentge, Gleun, Matteson. Rider,
Regenhardt and Woeleke (7). .Nays,
An ordinance to reduce the salaries
of the Mayor, members of the City
Council and Assessor of the city of
Cape Girardeau, passed a first rend- j mournfully pa?;. with the gentle
lug. On motion of Mr. Glenn the ( zephyrs along the bosom of the lake,
rules were suspended and ordinance reaching into every nook, ctery re
read a second time. On motion ot cess, and gradually dying In the dis
Mr. Flentge the ordinance w as read ! tance until heard no more. Thus is
by its title aud put on its final passage.
The Yeas and Xays resulted: Yeas,
Carroll, Glenn, Flentge, Matteson,
Kider and Woeleke (til. Xays, Rcgen-
hardt (1). Carried.
Au ordinance to repeal Section H.
of Ordinance Xo. 442, being an ordi
nance entitled, -An Or.Iiuauce pro-
viding for the registration aud taxa-
tion of dogs." Approved March 7. i
1 sin 1 ...1 ....i.mini. - ....... . ..... ; . .n : .. 1
lieuthereor: by amending said or.li-'
nance by adding a new section thereto,
passed a first reading.
An ordinance to amend Section 7,
of Ordinance Xo. 360, being an ordi
nance entitled, "An Ordinance defin
ing what are misdemeanors aud pro
viding for their punishment,' ap-
proved April 29, 1H82, passed a first '
reading. Mr. Regenbardt't motion :
that the rules be suspended and ordi-1
nance read a secoud tune was see-;
onded and carried. Ordinance read a :
eond time. On motion of Mr. I
Flentge same was read by its title aud ,
put on its final passage. The Yeas '
aud Xays being called resulted: Yeas,
I wo Alone own
I for all DIs-i
I Who have weak ortfa.l
a tJI KM a
i D'VfiOPfO. or diseased!
i onram. wboaresutTer-l
i lntr from eanaanr9fum
1 MiaBDJciraw nr n. a
FOt A UMITCOTIMSrKX
I If tbe
ttxj can 1
I method and a TV-
a . . I - I . .
T)onft trrand nvwr vour condition, nor rtm tin In dRfoair t
ITbonsaiHls ot tbe Worst Oaaea
I send seajtsl, post paid. FREE, lor
I noau. aie hcokm. C. 04
I rn, ' s.f wr nmDIOT. and we
$.000 References. Harae this paper when you write
Carroll, Flentga, Glenn. Matteson)
Rider, Regenhardt and Wocleke (?
Nays, none. Carried.
An ordinance concerning city li
censes and prohibiting the ftthrn of
license tax or any part thereof to the
; holder of the licence, passed a first
reading. On motion of Mr. Glenn
the rules were suspended and ord':
nance read a 9ecoud time. On further
motion same was read by its title and
put on its final passage, the Ybas aud
Nays resulting: Yeas. Carroll, Flentge,
Glenn. Matteson. Rider. Regenhardt
and Woeleke. lay. none. Carried
The Judiciarv Committee asked for
and Were granted turther time on the
1 stock ordinance,
' On motion of Mr. Flentge th6
Building Committed were instructed
j to see Mr. Mitchim and have him pull
'down the wall on his property, same
, being dangerous.
A: llot'H, ,
tbe Eight WeekM'Meaalerial tral
la lUlaeil T.mar To-'aajr.
SiKixtJFiKi.i). Ilk. March 11. The
Senatorial tight waJ practica'ly ended
last night when Farmers Alliance'
Representatives Moore and Cockrell
issued an address stating that they
would vote no longer for A. J.
Strceter, but would change their votci
lo John M. Palmer on the first ballot
to-daT. Such a pledife placed victory
U orict on the Palmer standard and
to-day's proceedings were the tri
umphant celebration 01 the victory
Yesterday was a double Waterloo
and two Napoleons went down
gether A. J. Stretter aud -Long''
Jones. The defection of Cockrell anil
Moore from the Strceter cause at the
very moment of victory was the sort
of a shock th-it knocks men out ot
'time before thev realise what bits
them. There Is no doubt that it fell
like a thunderbolt on the head of
-Long" Jones. When that would-bd
Senatorial Warwick arrived from
Chicago late Monday night be was
radiant, flushed with anticipated vic
tory. He confidently predicted that
there "would be an election on the
second ballot Tuesday," and was al
ready iu imagination reaping the
glory of his victory over the Palmer
forces. Mr. Jones was counting upon
the undeniable fact that four of the
five Oglesby men were even then"
whipped into line for Stret ter, and
that the fifth, Senator Evans; would
surely cast the electing vote when hd
saw 102 men supporting the combine
candidate. Hut I-oug" Jones wa
reconing without his hot sadly, and
as soon as he saw Taubeneck of the
Uig Three" he learned the startling
news of the revolt of Cockrell and
General Palmer was elected on fhe
154th ballot, Messrs. Moore and Cock
rell voting for him.
Wlplag Theoa Out.
At Its meeting on the 2d of March
the Couuty Court, purchased for cash;
through its fiscal agent, Mr. R. G:
Itanney; two thousand dollars of old
Cae (iirardeau township railroad
bonds with abont two years interest
due thereon, at fifty-five cents on the
dollar, amounting to JM251.7I. Tbid
now leaves but .$ii000 of the old rail-
road bonds unpaid. The owners ot
thee are holding out for better terms,
but our tissal age.it and the court are
equally as persistent In not going be
yond the terms specified in the com-'
Tat Drlac Haaa.
In its last agonies file drlnf swan
scuds iurih a sad. plaintive note w hich
our City Council passing away.
Ta Caal taammrn.
II. L. Ilunze, the Coal dealer, is now
delivering roal to consumers in this
citv at the following prices:
Rest prime and 2nd pool Pittsburg,
14 to 10 rrnti. Best Pig Muddy lumpj
11 to 13 centi-: Aso hard coal lor
'u!r8. frr' 7 I
i'"11. delivered. II. L. HtrxZK.
A good iddle and buggy mare, six
years eld. Kind rind gentle. Apply
to RlUlKlCT til BON KY.
A bay mare pony, about eight or
nine years old, black mane and tail,
white spot in forehead, white stripe
on nose. The party who will return
the abtfve described animal to the;
livery Stable of F. A. Kage, in the city
of Cac (iirardeau, will tic liberally'
rewarded for hU trouble.
Artirsr Ki krk
.and Control. I
orders of I
IWboareWf nmoand rm. !
.nr. r Ihfhnfjm ot tileir I
(icuuwti auq IDO COD- I
temnt of frlaaMla azal E
a.r..- ' . . . a
f cnmmnlorjs. teadanato '
eoaamr at n-
44 pl tancea will
have jtekiea to our HOME
hokockful too. whicii we
a limited time. eCTITTOJUr.
claim too awwv t a wnw.
himama iu iitfTAia. H7r.