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Official Oran ot tiie Tai-PzTcrs
CAPE yiBARDEAU ....MO.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29. 1891.
And now they are .king tor pro
tection for the American ballet dan
cers. Thni is tbe infant industry
busincM made ridiculous.
The Fanners' Alliance advised "a
wheat corner," aud it went np and
busted. They did not advise a rye
corner but it went np like a kite and
The Jefferson County Democrat
claims that it is read by one thousand
three hundred and fifty people. We
can see yon and go you one thousand
better, Bro. McMuIlen.
Any obscure individual can obtain
temporary notoriety in the West by
annobncing that he has forsaken his
iormer party affiliations for the Peo
ple's party. When he happens to be
a Republican, the Democratic press
falls into line to sound his praises.
Who doesn't know that it is a (act
that if tbe Democratic States could
vote upon tbe question and decide it
they would stop pensions to Uuion
veterans and send all to tbe poor
bouse. Before five years they will be
bold enough to try it.
It is about time for the annual lie
to be started on its travels that the
colored voters of Ohio are in revolt
against the Republican party. As a
matter of fact, the colored vote in the
Js'orlh will remain Republican untill
the colored vote in the South is free.
Jerry Simpson is kicking because a
bog is carried from Chicago to New
York for $3, while it costs him $16
to make the same trip. There is no
objection to Jerry going East hog
fashion at $3, but he must go through
the slaughter house and have the
bristles shaved off him to do it
The Kansas City Mar, speaking of
Congressman Crisp's speech at Lone
Jack, says: "He made everything so
plain that he who runs may read."
That is the way to talk to Democrats.
In fact, they are on "the run," and
it is the only way to reach them. It
is a pity they all can't read as they
The assertion that the great need
of the country is "more money," is
enily shown to be false. We have
How a larger volume of currency per
capita than at any previous time in
our history, and under tbe operation
of the silver law of last year we are
adding to it at tbe rate of four and a
half millions per month.
Ohio Democrats now see tbe folly
of their platform and are calling to
each other from every hill top and
rostrum to "drop free silver" and
"taxed incomes" and "free whisky"
and throw themselves with torchlight
and bauds of mnsie onto free trade
and the poor man's dinuer paiL It is
hard to swap horses in the middle of
Major McKinlcy is not only in
thorough touch and accord with the
farmers, but something of a fanner
himself. He owns a farm of 165
acres in Columbiana county, one of
80 acres in Defiance county, and
small tract near Canton. He delights
in farm life, and tbe greatest efforts of
liis useful career have been devoted
to the protection and fostering care
of American agriculture.
The State convention of the Peo
ple's party iu Texas, which met at
Dallas, resolved that "effective speak
ers be put in the field at once in Ohio
to defeat McKiuley and Sherman."
Nolhiug about Texas! Oh, no. Texas
is Democratic The work of "the
People's party of Texas" is up in Ohio.
It ought to make intelligent Ohio
farmers feel all over in proud spots,
as big as a blanket, to have "the Peo
ple's party" come all the way from
Texas to enlighten them!
The petty meancss of Governor
Wiuana, of Michigan, received another
illustration at the G. A. R. encamp
ment at Detroit. Winaus did not
like the prices asked by the Detroit
hotels for accommodations for him
self during the encampment, but he
wanted to see tbe grand parade; so be
called a meeting of the Michigan
Worlds Fair commissioners at De
troit on that day, thus getting to see
the display, while the State looted the
The New York Sun asked tbe
'Democrats to get together," and they
lid. A contemporary, sneaking of
tbe Oswego convention, says: "The
Hill and Cleveland clans met in battle
array at the primaries. There was
more than tbe usual amount of bitter
ness, the program including a free
fight in tbe election room, the smash
ing of tho ballot-box, the selection of
two sets of delegates, and the arrest
of four of tbe leading Cleveland work
ers, tbe Mayor of Oswego being one
of tbe number."
A clean shirt is a necessity, and the
new tariff law makes it cheaper than
it was before it went into operation.
The "Golden Rod" brand of shirting
is nsed largely for working men's
shirts. The new tariff law raised the
duty on it from 4 cents a yard to 4 1-2
cents. Its price was 7 1-4 cents
yard six months before the new
tariff law went into operation. It
now sells at 6 1-2 cents a yard. Will
some of our free trade friends, who
ay that the duty added to the price
of the home product, have the kind
ness to explain bow their theory can
iie reconciled with tho facts?
American floor is bringing $18 per
sack in Chile, and potatoes are selling
at very high prices; in fact, all classes
of provisions are np to war prices.
If Kansas City succeeds in her
scheme of taxing all ber topers and
moderate drinkers, her revenues are
likely to be so great as to relieve all
real and personal property from the
burden of taxation.
The Parliamentary investigations
in Canada show that many of her of
ficials have been taking "tips" in an
alarming manner, the aggregate snms
running up over $100,000, and some
of the counties yet to heard from.
Chauncey M. Depew, in Loudon,
hannilv and concisely states our
prospects in saying: "Coming fretu
from the gram fields of America, aud
having surveyed Europe, I am confi
dent that nothing can prevent Amer
ica from rolling in wealth this year
but another attempt to corner the
By the wage earners' tariff the
Sumatra planters, it is said, will lose
$5,000,OUO, because they cannot now
afford to send us tobacco for cigar
wrappers. On the other hand, it if
reported that our Conncticut tobacco
growers alone will be gainers alone
to the extent of $1,500,000 by the
tariff, as their wrappers will take the
place of those from Sumatra.
The artificial production of rain, if
proved reliable, mar enable us as well
to cause fair weather at will, by ex
hausting before hand the rain supply,
so that insufficient moisture will be
lelt in the atmosphere to produce
rain in a given locality on a day
which we desire clear. Perhaps, iu
time we may be always sure of a fair
election day every November, which
will offer no excuse for voters to stay
away from the polls on account of
A glance at what is going on in the
American manufacturing world will
convince any one but a deep-iu-the-
wool-dyed Democrat that this country-
is prospering under the influences of
the McKiuley law. Mills are being
built and enlarged, blast furnace fires
lighted, ship yards increasing their
area and plant and. in short every
industry has taken on new life aud
vigor. God adds his blessing, aud in
creases the crops until our granaries
are tailed to overflowing, and we have
enough to spare tor the far-off people
to whom He has not been so gener
A number of people are interested
in learning the best way of painlessly
killine animals, and we usefully note
a communication on the subject from
a correspondent of the English Me
chanic He writes: The most merci
ful way of killing a cat is to chloro
form them. Draw a sock (knitted
one preferred, as being elastic) over
pussy's bead so that tbe toe of the
sock is brought to her nose or nearly
so; then pour about half a teaspoonful
of chloroform on the sock close to
her nose, almost as soon as she has
become frightened by tbe unusual
smell of chloroform she quietly goes
to sleep; a little more cblorotorm is
added, perhaps twice, and pussy never
Now that the Republican adminis
tration can mauufacture rrin at almost
a moment's notice the Farmers' Alii
ance leaders will be thrown into i
sort cf "reign of terror." Secretary-
Rusk has certainly thrown an exceed
ingly wet blanket upon the buddiug
holies of Puffing Peffcr and Sockiess
Simpson. The political party that
has practical control of the Crotons
of the clouds, and that ran command,
as by the wave of a wizard's wand,
abundant and refreshing showers,
even in the midst ot a withering
drought, is not to be ignored by the
farmer whose whole fortune fre
quently depends upon a little timely
rain. Republican rain, scientifically
produced and regulated, is much
better fora growing crop than Pcffcr's
copious tears. The continued rcigu
ot the Republican party will give to
the tanners of the country all the
rain they need.
There has recently been a notice
able change in the attitude of the na
tions of Europe towards the coming
World's Fair in Chicago. This is
presumably due to the personal efforts
put forth by the committee sent
abroad to promote the interests of
Chicago's big show. Whatever the
cause, it is a fact that there is now
abundaut promise that the World's
Fair at Chicago will be a great suc
cess. In the meantime it is the duty
and it should be the pleasure of every
State and city in this country to do
its utmost to the end that the Amer-
icau exhibit may be tiie best of all,
aud there is a great deal vet remain
ing to be done in this line. New
l ork State, as tbe bmpire State ot
the Union, has a Iris load to lift in
this line, for it will illy become her to
tic far short of the head of the pro
cession when tbe baud strikes up.
. PEFt'E HTii.1. rrrrisu.
The winds of Illinois are blowing
through the whiskers of Senator Pef
fcr as he discources to the fanners
upon printed money aud government
loans. He has arrived at the conclu
sion that another billion is about the
sum required to run this country, as
his party plalfonn demands, on
strictly cash basis. This would add
60 per cent, he says, to our present
money supply aud make everybody
happy. And while the presses are at
work he will doubtless adreeate run
ning off another billion, and increase
still more the papular exhUaration.
Meanwhile, be does not forget to
raise iris voice ia noisy clamor about
tbe mortgaged homes of his constitu
ents, and denounces fana mortgages
as a blight and a curse. Meanwhile,
too. the fernicrs are gathering in tbe
most abundant and fruitful crop which
has blessed them for years, and under
the benefits secured tbem by the Me
Kinley law, they expect to obtain bet
ter prices than ever before. They will
pay off a portion or the whole of their
mortgage indebtedness, and be left in
unincumbered possession of the farms
which, but for tbe mortgage credit
given them, they could not have se
cured at all.
This is not good year for tbe long-
whiskered Adullamite to go on a cir
cuit He should wait for a year when
the cyclone has devastated the fields,
the drought destroyed the crops and
tbe grasshopper become a burden.
That is the day of his opportunity.
WOIK OF TUK ALLIASfC
New York Tribune: Not a solitary
thing has yet been done by the Farm-
era' Alliance to increase the foreign
demand for tanu products, but the
Repiibliran party has done much.
Not a thing has tbe farmers' orgauiza
tion doue to furnish a sufficient sup
ply of money, but the Republican
party has doue much. There has
beeu some discreditable talk of plun
dering the country for the benefit of
imHverished fanners who could not
pay their honest debts, but the farm'
era themselves are getting ashamed
Before another year has passed
there will be made public an official
record of the mortgages that were iu
force when the wails were loudest.
Then it will probably appear that tbe
crushing burden of debt was not a
fifth or a tenth as great as was as
serted, and that the farmers of tbe
country are not the paupers tbey were
said to be by sundry demagogues.
Then there ought to come a swift
revolution of opinion aud feeling in
farmiug regions respecting the cheap
demagogues who have been misrepre
senting the fanners.
HtUIMI AID BLAISE.
Indianapolis Journal: As to the
Presidential nominatiou there will be
no uufricudly contest between Presi
dent Harrison and Mr. Klaine on that
question, nor in the Republican party
as to their respective claims. That
one or the other will be nominated is
a forgone conclusion, and whichever
one it may be will doubtless be elected.
Both have numerous friends and a
large following in the Republican
party, and the friends of each are
naturally desirous for bis nomination
Neither of them is an active caudidate
in the ordinary sense. The office is
too high and both of these men arc
too diguilicd to seek it Both are in
tbe bauds of their friends. Both de
sire the hannouv and success of the
Republican party, aud will do notli
ing to disturb the oue or imperil the
other. When the preference of tbe
party is distinctly made known one
or the other will withdraw, aud
whichever one mav become its candi
date will receive tho hearty support
of the other. In all this there is no
mystery. It is the relation of two
statesmen of a hi"h sense of honor
who are far above petty acts of poli
ticians and who have a degree of
confidence in each other that amounts
to a perfect understanding. The
presidential question will be settled
by circumstances and by the choice
of the Republican party, aud it will
be done without any ot the friction
or trouble that Democratic papers are
trying to foment.
The longevity of Kurocaii rulers
ami 6tatesmeu bit often been a matter
of observation aud comment. The
death of the Emperor William ot
Germany at ninety, aud Bismarck and
Von Molikc still earning their re-
spousibilitieH, though far beyond the
psalmist's limit of life, are common
place instances. The same mav be
said of Gladstoue. A Washington
correspondent has recently taken the
trouble to prepare a list of American
public men who lived to be more than
eighty, and who in many instances
discharged many important duties to
a late day in their lirea. John Adams
held ont uutil he was ninety, and his
son, John Quiucy. in his eighty-first
year dropied at his post in the house
of representatives. Forty years of
public life and an age of eighty-one
marked tbe outlines of the career of
Samuel Adams, "the father of the
revolution," aa he has been called.
James Madison served the public forty
years, eight years as president of the
United States, aud died in his eighty-
sixth year. The historiau Bancroft,
once secretary of the navy and min
ister to Germany, was born 1800.
Oue hundred aud two was the age at
which David Brooks arrived, who
once represented New York in Con
gress. The oldest "living ex-congress-
man" Perkins King was called before
his recent demise in New York at the
age of ninety-one. Timothy Matlock,
a member of the continental congress,
lived to a century. Alfred Conk line.
father of Itoeeoe Conkling, who served
in congress and was minister to Mex
ico under Filmore, published a law
book at eighty, six years before his
death. Benjamin Franklin's superla
tivcly busy life lasted eighty-four
years. Itogcr B. Taney, dying at
eighty-seven, was chief justice of the
United States nearly thirty of the last
rears of hi life. Samuel Thacher, of
Bangor, Me, reached ninety-six years,
after having served in congress and in
other responsible public positions.
For many years Josiah Quincy of
Massachusetts was congressman, and
afterwards devoted himself to litera
ture, lie lived to be ninetv-two.
Morgan Lawrence reached 100 years,
having been a member of the legisla
ture of New York and governor of
the State. This list might here be
greatly extended, but the instances
given will suffice to illustrate tbe fact
that American public life is not in
compatible with longevity. The prc-
suzuptioii ia that neither Germany nor
Great Britain ean present for tLe
Same Deriod a Iontrer roll Of Old mCB
who ouce served or are
Stall servinir ;
ADMINISTRATOR'S SOTTCE -Sotie is
nerby gift that MIm of administration
upon tbe estate of Samnel Vnndivort, deceased,
have ore. granted to the vndernigned by tbe
clfTk ot the Cape GirarJeaa Conn of Common
Pleas, of Cape Girardeau county, liiuoaii,
bearing- date tbe ttml dav of August,
All persona bavin elaloia agalnat laid estate
are required to exhibit them to him for allow
ance within one year from the date of aaid let
ters or they may be precluded from any benefit
of aocb estate; and if aaid claims be not exhib
ited within two years Rom the date or the pnb
licatloa of this notice tbey wUl be foreTer bar-
ma. Am9 a. ia.Mrife.L.1,,
A DMIXIRTRATOB'8 XOTICB Kotlce la
A herebr aiven that letters of administration
with will annexed npoa the estate of Amanda
liwmu, oenensra, nnva neea araniea 10 we
Court of Common Pleas, of Cape tilrardeaa
eoauty, Miftoori. bearing date tbe nineteenth
day of August, 1S9I.
Ail Demons bannar claims aa-alnst said estate
ar required to exhibit tbem to him for allow
ance wtioie one year irora ine ante nt aaia let
ten or they may be precluded from any benefit
of auch estate; and If aaid claims be not exhib
ited within two years Irons the date of the pob
licatioa of this notice they will be forever bar
mi. 11AV1U A. GLENN,
UMlSISTItATOR'S NOTICB Notice Is
- herrnv aivmi th
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Vi,h.ill . th i.t. AfiN.
h will annexed upon
nnrm ni.ni ma. inwrn vi wiioiiunnuva
William., deceased, have been granted to the
DDitrrrUKired by tbe clt rk of the Cmpe tjirardeaa
Cmirt of Common Pleas, of Uane (iimdtu
cutuitv, Missouri, beariua; date the ttud daj of
All penonB having claim aftalntt aaid mtate
are mjutrwi to exhibit them to him fc-r ailow
aitee wiOiiu one year from the date of Hid let
ten or they may be precluded from any benrllt
of dorh eatate; aitd if aid claims be out exhib
ited withi-i two yean from the date of the pub
lication! of this uotice they will be rurever bar
retl. fcZKA PET K KM,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice U
hereby giveu that letters of admiiiihtratiou
npoit the eotate of John Painter, deceaed, have
Iruen irrauted to the undersigned by the clerk ol
the Cape tiirardeaa Court of Coniuoit Pleas, of
Capr Oirardeaa comity, Missouri, bearing date
the i.th day of July lU
All person havinr claims against said estate
are required to exhibit them to her for allow
ance within one year frra the date of said let
ters or titer may be preclnd'-d from any benefit
of soch estate; and if said claiim be not exhib
ited wit hiti two years from the date of the pub
lication of this uotice they will be lorrviT bar
red. SOPHIA PAINTER.
angm 12 Adwi uiotratri x .
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice Is
herebr siren that letters of administration
upon the estate of Julius Ileuer, deceased. I
nave beto granu-a 10 me unaertttgncu uy mc
clerk of the Cape Glranleau Court of Common
Pleas, of Cape Girardeau county, Missouri,
bearing date the twrenth day of August, .xl
All persons having claims against said estate
are required to exhibit them to him for allow
ance within one yt ar from the date of said let
ters or tltey may be precluded from any benefit
or such estate; and If said claim be not exhib
ited within two rears from the date of the pub
licationof this notice they will be foreTer bar
red. JU1IN J. 8TEEG,
Sheriffs Sale of Ileal Estate in
AurOBte Keller, John H. Keller, August W.
Keller, Louis T ; Keller. J. Otto Kell-r, ii
Jacob Keller, Mary L. Schwab and John K.
Schwab, her husband, Annie Blattoer aud
Charles Blattner, her husband,
BY rirtae and authority of a decree for par
tition and order of sale made by the Cae
Uirardeaa Court of Common Pleas, in and for
Capeliirardeaaeouiity, Missouri, on Thursday,
the twenty-eighth day of May, the same
being the fourth day of the May term, ttCH, of
said court in the above entitled cause: (a certi
fied copy of said decree anal order was lata d
from the office of the clerk of said court, dated
the ith day of Jul v, lwd . and delivered to me)
I. the undersigned sheriff of Cape Iiirardeau
county, Mis&ouri, will, on
Weduesdav, the Thirtieth Day of
September, A. D. 1891,
At the court house door In the city of Cape
Iiirardeau, county of cape Girardeau, Missouri,
oetweeu the bourn of nine o'clorb iu the fore
noon and fire o'clock in the afternonu of that
day and during the sct.-io:i of the Cape Girar
deau Court of Common Pleas, sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, all the right,
title, interest, claim and estate of the a)i-ve
named parties (- parte ptiUo.ier.-) in tile
altove entitled canne, of. In ami to the following
described real etitnte situate and lying in the1
county ol CaN! Girardeau, Mate of Mitsouri,
Fractional section nix ('). containing iix and
seventy-four one hundredths fti VI-Iim; acres,
and fractional cctiin seven (Tl contain it .if
thirteen ai d eighty-live one hundredths (13 nv-
liki. nfw hnth . tw...hii. thirtr fun h .ar
range thirteen m east: also 11 ft V -one and
eighty-lire hundn-dt.is of an acre :. XV-lnm
from the northwest part of isurv-T No.
coiitirnH-d to Stephen Ityrd, under Thompron
livrJ, in township thirty north of range
thirteen (lit), east bounded as follows:
Begin at the southwest corner of survey No.
&4 and a corner to survey No. ilit from h eh
a black walnut eighteen (in) incbe-t in diaim ter
hear north sev, uty nine degrees, west
sixteen (In) links ditance, and a sweet gum
three ( t) inches i t diameter bears s-uth twelve
(12) degrees, west sixteen (Hi) links distance;
thence south thirteen and one half (IS1,) degree
wet fortv -seven (47) chains and ninety f.oi
links to a corner from which a black gum
twelve (l" inches in diameter bears north
thirteen and one half (KS) degrees, eaist
twentv-eight links and a sweet gun ten (in)
Inches bears north fifty-four (.!) degrees, west
fifteen (i:) links distance; thence north eightv
threc i) degrees, west etht () chains and
ten (10) links to a comer from which a black
oak twenty -Jh inches in dianeter bears north
fortv -nine (4t deirrees. east nftv (', links dis
tance; thence north eight ( degrees, cast with
the west line ot saici survey o. xtxi, nity (-)
chains and serentr-llre (7.M links to tbe north
west corner of said surrey, aud the southwest
comer of fractional section seven (7). from
which an elm sixteen (Itt) Inches In diameter
bears south serentr (.0) decrees, west hfteeu
f i.V iinas: i iieuce sonin eigmy-iour degrees
east twelre (li chains and thirty-five :&
links with the north line of this surrey a
south line of section seven (71 to a cor
on tbe west line of surrey No. 24 from wh
surrev No. 24 from which
a wnite oak thirty-two .t!J Incites In diameter
hears north fortv-six ltfl degrees, west fortv-
iwo nu. inence souui eicni ini n irreea
west three (.1) chains and thirty-seven l-TJ links
to the place of beginning, containing rifty-one
and eighty-five one hundredths (il tO-luiti acres:
said six and seventy-four one hundredths (t
s-nt acre tract iu section six ij ana said
tnirteen ana eiguty-nve one nunareuuw lis tu
KM acre tract iu section
m seven 17 was acquired
brsaidJohnG. Keller as wr
rasper deel from P. J
Allen, and aaid fifty-one and eighty-five one
nunaremns -i k-io(j acre tract as per deeii to
him from tbe heirs of Robert Giboner. de-
Also sixty-eight and eighty-eight one bund
redths MrUlmii acres, being part of surrey
in wot mil i
thirty .ml north of range
thirteen IS) ea4t,cou0rmed to Kotierl Glboaey 's
rcpreaeatat i ves,
the same Is bounded
begin at a stone the northwest corner to
fractional section eight fl on tlte east line of
surver .o. ami a comer to saia survev o
t4. from which a hickory twenty inches
in 'iiBiiH-M-r ir bib iiOEaii uxiv-ivio m.i o.eitTves.
webt one (I) link, thence south eighty-three
rcii degrees, east thirteen 1131 chains, and
fifty-three (v:j links with the south line of
survey No i, a stone corner from which an
elm tweiveiii inches in diameter bears south
five (ft) degrees, east seventeen (I7J links dis
tance. thence north six and one half (ii ; ldetrrecs.
east thirty-seven (37 chains atel twenty-fire
iin&ato a stone corner, tiience nortn eign;y-
seveu 1H71 degrees, west nineteen Itftl chains. I
Htake for a corner, thence south six and one
nan i i degrees, west tmrtv-ix i.ni diaim.
the south line of survey number from
Which a red OAK twentv-twn Inches in
diameter bears north forty-eight f4 degrees
east tweutv-nve r-l unxs; tnencesouin etgnrr-
three fict degrees, east Ave ." chains and
thirty .tnj links with south line of said surrey
243, a atone Itnm which a sugar tree nine :'
inches in diameter bears south fourteen ru1
.10. zzni iu tne nnniicMi corner 01 Burver JJO
degrees, east twentr-seven links, thence soutf
nix I i degress, west thirty-six ); links to the
Dcginmng corner, containing sixty eight and
ignty-eignt oue nnmireains iw w.,ooi acres;
aid tract was aennired br aaid John U Keller
from oeorge siemers.
TKRMS Or SALS:
Thlrtr-threc and one third ml ner cent of
the purchase money to bo paid in cash at the
time of sale, and a credit of twelre months be
given on the remainder, the nurchaser or nnr-
chasers to give note with approved seenritv.
oearingsix percent, interest rrum date or sale
per au nam for deferred payment .
Sheriff of C. G. couuty.
KOWAltD D. EXGKT.HAKX,
augJhiU Attorney for retitioncrs.
Order of Publication.
In the Cape Girardeau Couit of Common Pleas,
witniu ana mr tne couuty 01 cape uiraraeaa
aitd Ktate of Missouri.
Annie Clymer, I'lainUff.
Alonao Clyroer, Pefendant.
Order of Publication In vacation.
bis first day of August. 11 . comes the
liiitiff by attorney in the above entitled
cause, before the undersigned clerk of the Cape
Girardeau Court of Common Pleaa, within and
for the county of Cape Girardeau and State of
Missouri, In vacation, and files her etitioa and
affidavit stating, among other things, that said
defendant Alonao Clymer ia a nou resident of
the flute of Missouri: it Is therefore ordered
by the clerk that publication be made notify
ing him that an action has been commenced
against hlra by petition In the Cape Girardeau
Court of Common Please, In aaid countv, the
object and nature of which is to obtain a
divorce from the bonds of matrimony hereto
fore contracted between plaintiff and defendant
on the ground of abandonmeut. and u a less be
be and appear at Uie next term of said court to
be holden at tbe court bouse in the city or Cape
Girardeau, State of Missouri, on Mowdsy
September fifth, ItVl and 00 or before the third
day there thereof (if the term shall so long
oouUnae, If not then before the end of the
term), said petition will be heard and pro
ceedings had accordingly.
It Is further ordered that a copy hereof be
published in the Cape Girardeau Jjkjiockat, a
oewfepajier published lu aaid county for four
. in-aw nifaunr-- vuuiu
weeks successively, the laat inaerUoa to beat
lutuMet artannn ri nkvu
ima nRMn o.v. nelore tne nomimiiwaint ar
the next term of this court
A true eotrv.
L. U. iOiLMAS'S. .
Order of Publication.
In tbe Cape Girardeea Court of Common Plena.
wiuuu ana ror tne county oi cap uiraxunau
and State of Missouri,
lugnne J. Wetiaore, FUlntUT,
Knnlee I. Wetmore. Defendant.
Order of Publication la vacation.
NOW on this fflth day of Jul, ixn, cornea the
plaintiV by attorney in the above entitled
cause before tbe undersigned clerk of the Cape
Girardeau Court of Common Plena, within mud
for the county of Cape Girardeau and State of
Missouri, in vacation, and files bis petition and
affidavit, atatine among other things that aaid
defendant Eunice J. Wetmore la a nou resident
of theStateofMiMOuri. It la therefore ordered
by the clerk that publication be made notifying
her that an action baa been commenced against
ber by petition in tbe Cape Girardeau Court or
Common Plena, In aaid county, the object and
nature of which is to obtain a divorce from tbe
bomia of matrimony keretofore contracted
between the plaintiff and defendant on the
grounds of abandonment, and Indignities offer
ed plaintiff aa to lender bia condition intoler
able; and uolesaabe be and appear at the next
teem of aaid court to be holden at the court
house in tbe city of Cape Girardeau. State of
M'ssourl. on Monday, September 2W. IMll, at.d
nn or lwtfnr the third Hnv thpn-nf fir tbe term
shall so long continue. If not then before tbe
end of tbe term) aaid petition will be heard and
proceedings bad accordingly.
i 1 1 innner vnierFU uiai
. : . ... . . . i ,.-
it ia innner oruereu inn n copy nereoi oe
pniuiiwieu in wit-yaw uirai.irmw i .r.ayyuAj ,
newspaper pablfshed In aaid ennty for four
weeks successively tbe last insertion to be at
leant fifteen davs before the comiDencemeut of
the next term of this court
urt. A tine copy.
WHEREAS. Charles Thomas, a single per-
son, or the county of Cape Girardeau, in
the Mate of Missouri, by bis certain mortgage
deed, with power of sale, dated the fourth day
of April. A. l. eighteen hundred and seventy
four, and recorded in book E of Trust aid
Mortgages, at pages three hundred and seventy-four
ana three hundred and seret.tv-i.ve
of the Kecordcr'a office ot Cape iiirardeau
county. Missouri, co-iveyed to tbe undersigned
mortgagee the following descrHied real estate,
bttuate in the county ol Cape Girardeau. In the
State of Missouri, that la to say: Forty feet
fronting on North street in the city of Cape Gi
rardeau, bounded as follows: Commencing
one hundred and forty feet west from the north
webt corner of Fountain aud North streets and
running west forty feet to an alley, thence
north one hundred and thirty-seven aud one
half feet, thence east forty feet, thence south
one hundred and thirty-seven and one half feet
to the place of beginning, .-aid tract being lot
number four, range K in FUhruna addition, and
being parts of lots nineteen and twenty, range
K, as laia oown on man or sain city, it is ine
aatue property on saii aay bom dv .nna mown
and Jthnll. Itrown to said Charles Thomas
Which sail co'ireyance was mane to secure
the pavn?ent o accrtain prm
fullr described: and where
iromiraory note therein
said note has
Itttnr since become due and uavable according
to the tenor aud effect of said note and remains
Now. therefore, notice Is hereby given, thnt
the i'dTsigned mortgage, by virtue and pur
suant to the provisions of aaid mortgage deed,
will proceed to sell the property above describ
Saturday, the Fifth Dar of Septem
ber, A. D. 1891,
At the court house door In the city of Cape Gi
rardeau, countv ot Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri, between the hours of nine o'clock
in tne forenoon and lire o'clock in the afternoon
of that day, the above described real estate, at
fmblie vendue, to the highest bidder, lorcaidi
n nand, to satisfy aaid note and interest, to
gether with toe costs aud expenses of executing
JOHN HT. BROWX.
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate.
BY virtue and authority of a special execution
Issued bv the clerk of the Cape Girardeau
Court of Common Pleas of Cape Girardeau
county, Missouri, dated the eleventh day of
August, irui, ana murnaoie 10 ine seniemner
term, l&d, of said court, and to me directed,
in favor of Leon J. Albert, executor of the
estate of John P. Hitt, deceased, and against
Mary K. Masterson, liella Maaterson and
Kmory W. WalTiwi., defendants, I hare levied
npnti ami seized the following described real
estate tdiuate. lying and being in the cou-ity of
Cat Girard-au'and .State of Missouri, t -wit:
Part of survey two hundred a id thirty -two
in township .thirty -two (.t,. range
thirteen (15), described: Hegia at comer of
north line of said survey ten (Inj chains, north
eihtv-two (Hi) wt from northi-atd comer or
said survey and run north eightv-two wet
with said line eighteen and thirty-seven oue
hundredths (I 37-ho) chains, a c-r:i r to hoine
stead, thence t-onth wren (7) decrees, west at
ten and liftv-eiht one hundredths (10 .-ln)
chain. Itonu-Vtead comer at forty and fifty -eight
one hundredths .V-l) chains, corner on
the north line or the land covered hv the Sau
rord deed of trust, thence south eighty-two )
degrees. cat eighteen and thirty el,; lit o c
hundredths (IS3s-ltRi) chains, tiience north
Ight ( legrees, east forty ai nineteen one
hundredth!. (41 l!-ltM chains to the iH-irirtiji
d ct...t..h:ing terei.tv -three ai.d forty-ei-ht
, one hundredth 7r 4.-- 0 acre, in-. re or l. -s.
sitTiate n Miecou.jty of cae Girardeau, Matt'
01 j-u. souri, atd 1 win, ou
Tuesday, the Tweuty-Xineth Iay of
September, A. !. 1831,
At the court houe door l:i the citv of Cape Gir
arleau.2on:ity of cae Girardeau, state of
Misboari, between the Itonrs ol nine o'elork l'i
the forenoon and five o'clock in the ait r oMi f
fiat dsv. and during the session of the 'aic
Girardeau Court of Common Pleas of Cape
uiranieau countv. sen lorcatin in nana to in
highest bidder, all the right, title, claim an!
interest of said Marv k. Masterson. l.uelia
Masterson and hmory W . Masterson, of in and
to the above dernbed real estate, to satisfy
aaiu execution ami cost.
augi9tt U Slu-ri ff.
Machinery for Sale.
One complete Threshing Machine, J.
Hi hone-bower Kngine. Belleville St-oarator.
.ti Inch c limler and Reevis Marker til mm
plete and ready lor running For terms npply to
Farm for Sale.
f offer my farm, containing one hundred and
dftv seven acres f r sale at a bargain Will
sell part or all. The farm la located one-
fourth of a mile north of the .Soatheatst Normal
School, adjoining the city limits. It is suitable
for stock or dairv farm Is sunnlied with liv
ing water tlte year round. GoU orchard, brick
dwelling, nam, cistern, etc.
r'or further particulars call on or address
C. Ki likk.
Jyii-lm Cape Girardeau, Mo,
Notice to Contractors.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
Road and Itntige Commissioner will let con
tract for repairs of bridge across White Water
at Allenville at site of bridge, on Wednesday.
September 21. 191. Said repair consists of
W leet in lengtn of new h 00 ring, xe.
txmmissioner reaervea uie ncnt to reject
any ana su bias. 1. m. i..ai..
E. t B. Com.
BIG BARGAINS AT
H. A. LETTER'S
LA ItGEST stock and cheapest house In South
Roofing and Guttering.
CAPE GlttAKDKAU. MISSOURI
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
F. W. POTT, Prop'r.
PATS, at all times, the highest martrt price
for Wheat and White Corn Mauafaetnres
ami aellsat wholesale and retail, under roll
guarantee, the following brands or Hour:
KKX CA-PE-HA. : : Patent,
MI.Y "P thb VAIJ.KY. Extba FlKCT.
QUEKN of thb tJAPK,
1. -1.::::: riser.
CKKEOLA. : : : : Choice
Fresh rronnd Corn Meal for sale or ezehannni
niso nil an(ia on nun lera.
EZRA PETERS, M. D.
Fi.rm-rlyof Danville, ill.
For all disea.es and derormitin of tbe
EYE AND EAR.
ty AannciAL Etua iukktbd.
Office over Miller tt Wilson's Drug Store,
CAPE UIBABDEAU. MO.
GILBERT H. WILSON.
(Soocuawu to Hrroit A Suuh.)
ON TIIE LKfEE,
CAPE GIUAROEAU, MISSOURL
KEEPS A FULL LIKE OF
Staple and Fancy
Gives particular attention to the shipping
and receiving of freight and goods of all kinds.
His several years experience In this business
will enable him to give satisfaction to all
patron. He also keeps a good assortment of
crass and other Held seed lie solicits and will
endeavor to merit the liberal patronage of this
cammtuuij. eept. a
AMERICA'S FIHE WHISKEY.
LYNCH & COS BOTTLING.
QUARTS AND PINTS.
Depots for the sale of tbe above:
A. Wikokbter, L. W. Miller,
A. SnivKiaBiXE, Chas. Borey,
W. J. Meyer, Jos. Jaeger.
$&-See that oar name and teal is
om every bottle.
m a sit act rag a or
SADDLES AND COLLARS.
aio bliLH IX
Aud all other vehicles.
I guarantee all my work flrst -class and
prices aa low aa any house in the city. I
show the largest and beat line of BUGGIES and
CARTS In town, and guarantee everything sold
by me In that line. Before purchasing In my
line give me a call and convince yourself.
Corner Harmony and Sprigg, and corner Mala
and Harmony sUeeta.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
North, East & West.
The only line to the famous Hot Springs of
Arkansas and all poiuis in
T E X A. S
And the Southwest. Through Pullman Ituffct
bleeping Cars via Columbus, to Mobile
aud New Orleans.
H. C. TOWSSEXD,
Residence corner Friederiek and Belleview
CHAD CATV OF T11B
St. Louis School of Mid-Wives.
Twenty-five rears experience.
3-All calls promptly attended .off 10 3ma
PENSIONS, BOITXTIES, C,
P. C. CORTER,
Arcade rtuilding, Main Street.
CAPE G1EAUDEAC. MISSOURI
Penalona, Tnerraar Pensions, Hountiea Com-
muutlon of Kationa, Land and llomeatrad and
rtr-Einptim Claims, and ill bum or wan
claims urvK pnonrr anasrios.
KurxttcucE: Dtlllsifiit attention to business
Harmony street jiearthe Opera II011.se.
VRRtCn PAlSTIIIt. lKCtl(ATOR AM)
UK.WSIK.M AI. r.M'l.i: I1ANGKK. offers
his services to the people of Cape Girardeau
57" irt-iass work and satisfaction guaran-
JOHN ST. AY1T .
?iwn,h f troet, c"-md dor fro n Tn Ipen4-
ei. - iiteufKtt linage in uie city i r
Qiisensware and Glassware,
And will pny Hi. Hichcat Market IVks for
He lllolts t share of public paironure.
B.ir. Adopted th.
And ia now maklni Flour that can not bo
avf-ellcd bv any mill in tho CtHintry. A trial
of the Holier 1 rotes 11 ur will coarinco any
ludire of Uod Kluur that it it superior to any
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
F. W. POTT, Proprietor.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
OK ALU KINDS.
White and Yellow Pine. Poplar. Cvrresa,
Oak. tinnt, Walnut, Ash ami Cberrv. Also
Flooring and Ceiling all grades, finishing
Lomlier, liths, Shlugles, alooldings. Window
hu iFoor caseing.
rT-Wlmtow and Door frames; all sizes
mane to orucr on short notice.
Delivered anywhere Inside of city limits,
Spanish Street. Ve Girardeau, Mo.
BROAD WAT AND WALXCT ST3.,
St Louis JVIo
First-cliss ill All Its ApinM,
American or European Flan
rSpelal rat, given to partica.-tS
200 Rooms. 200
TIIO8. J. MILLER. Proprietor
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest InmroTeJ Roller Process.
Havinr adopted the Roller Process, we are
now prenaren so maae noar or tne nnen Branca
A trial of oor Holler Process Flour will 1
vinos joa that it la the best Floor made.
KITE IS A TBI All
STEENl BROS., Prep'r
CAPE GIBARDEAU. MISSOURI
FOR MEN OflLY!
Otasral sad SUT00S SBHXTT
Wmtmwmtf aWyaadMiaa, Kgeeta
- - SatiU IAS HOOD fltr anViuS. H arw ta niarn ai
Amtmlrj wrnMtm wnmm 1 ihtiut-mmn s
t tirt mm mm wtmm wmm mmmm. wmti
MB MUMCAti COm urrAlo.it. t.
V. L DOUGLAS
3.- IS M U I. U for uentfenen.
r unaiea.ere are war
ranted, apfl Maunned rm hnctiim. iAImi
i VV.L.IOtULAtS It recall. Maw. koMIV
!;! fee MIS yon
l lihhl I ItlJ LI til
LI f L $ hi ?L liL L fv I
After a recent practical coarse of embalming I am prepared to gire specia
atteutiou to tbe undertaking department
IMIotto "TO SELL."
29 MAIH ST. One
CALL AND SEE ME.
Complete new stock of all kinds of the
latest styles of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
You will have to hustle to find prices as
low as ours.
COME AND SEE THE NEW GOODS.
H. P. PEIRONNET
OPENED UP WITH AX ELEGANT
UEL'J STOCK QF GOODS
IN HIS NEW BUILDINC
Having closed ont tbe greater part of
all LU olil cu.stoment to call and
doors sooth of Kilward
LOOK OUT FOR BARUAIXS as he
as be does not
HlntheUwof CURA-pE METH0D8,ttt U
I wo Alone ownF lA and Control. U
H for all Duv . ordr of
ntSBSBMMHnWy JWntJLn,! 1
Who have wenk my J f IL, f --JWliomnoinaJra
orsui,wboareaulIcr-IUa2i n.1 '1 fellow and tbe coo-1
ing tToainotsorrouTxT I J a 1 trniiit nf rihannj sjl I
end say Ki-pyw.or of., jf . Jenmrmntoaa jandi an to B
g rMAumtOTUtfKtt ammmmmmm
Hrannteoto a0 patknta,B
U they e.11 n. Mnnmr it n. H
B STOHiq. our rai M own aVxriuslvo M
method and an-wJL-nlS PJlanoea will II
JlaUord a ng0&Hm,Qa, U
Doot Dfood orer jour emdlttao. aor atve up In despair I
Thousand of the Worm Caaa-s hava yx-kitd to aatHOUE
TRATHt(fT. aa set forth te our
beuu raun, pun. pmnx rncc, llJ unuKV
UcoDetDbsr. DXooM:aBnas toe nwthoon, ap
wi emptor, ana we oauo to. mgrnamr of awwow
tut mumcm. Ca. 64 Miasma Sth Suffito. kTf.
lO0O References. Name this paper when pa write.
m4 MILD IF THB WHOL8 SYSTEM TO PERFECT HEALTH.
t'arV.rSHoofland's Podcphyllin Pills
door S. of Glenn's.
lira old stork before moringr, lie asks
see him in bin new quartern, ixro
S. Lillj'n Hardware Store.
will sire his customers close prices
Lave to pay big rent.
wOKOejtFUL Apoir.wUch we
CLKAR THB COMPLEXION,
BKIUHTRIf THB EYE.4,
rtW EBTE"! THR BltEATH.
TO!E THE HTOMArrf.