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X XXlli UiliUU UK A I ! . ,u mee,,nS ,48t niSht City A Jackson physician was award-
, council passed the water works led the contract bv the Count Court
BEN H. ADAMS.
EVEBX SATURDAY. MOnvix-n ordinance. The
I submitted to a Acw York capitalist
I who propose to put in the water
theory o " a, J "0rkt P'"""- """"factory to
- cix mwUis'Trrrrnnnrinir .3 Bv tne ordinance he is given
-""' terms named therein.
If he accepts
for the county poor farm practice for
this year. There were two bids in
oue from ibis city and one from Jackson.
m Wed, at the home of her parents
near Hiues' Landing, in this countv.
I January 31st, 1892, Miss Maggie M.
ABVEBTISIJTG RATES I
On lnrh o-so week
-acli a.Jlit.O!ial in, rtioa.
Syne lucb one fiunt1.
three r.t j:.:!
Y ' six months ,
" ''oh vear
One quarter colon.:., V:n Mont'.n
H m " i m-jyllia...
s -'s. . " e rear .....
One Ball colnain, tan-e ninths ...
I'. " ' nic..;t!u
. o-.e v(-ur
Ooa comma, thro- mitha
!! ' o:il!i . . !..".'
".lutn Hancock, afred 19 re.
The deceased was a
very amiable young lady and was
THE EEECHAKTS' CAENIVAL.
THE GRANDEST SIGHT EVER SHOWN
TO THE PEOPLE OF CAPE GIRARDEAU.
loved by all who knew her.
An Indiana man writes to us to
know if there would be a chance for
, 1 . L . .
.-.'! ,. u compeieie nine mouths.
r.-j j nurkiug oraer.
v There is no reason why this city
ir,...j ; should not have a factory for the
X,',.' - manufacture of p-esed brick. We
.! l.ave as line clay here as tbere is in bim ,o organic a stock company in
the country and our shipping facili- ,",is city to bore tor natural ... ' We
TJ ko.m o muuermee have referred the geutleniau to our
Ifffi--osuch an enterprise. H'e have the Ciljr Council tor information We
-" . mciory 01 niHt kind and mou w ho l.nl
r-xioi.u d Jixusiua. are posti-d iu the brick buMmss v n
Tbe Vonns Ladira W k They
1 he second day of February, 1892.
will long be remembered by the citi
zens of Cape Girardeau as a day of
oue of the grandest events in the his
tory ol the city. It was the ocrassiuh
of the Merchants' Carnival, the first
entertainment cf the liti ever pre
sented to the people ot this city, and I
something cntirelv new to this sec-
; r t.
am- ..rtl.. ..r,. ....... ';";"ry.
"'V..- ! Ull I ....
- - . - ! i lifii if
4 1 . . . - ..... - la v it.c
Momorandntas Mado in the E- w " K "'-,or no,il" !'y "tr natural kind.
; inouey irum tlie very beginning.
That youug Iadi- who went Xirth
and married a ri-h man deserves
tnucli credit. She is a baiinsome
youug lady and handsome women
are scarce in the North.
Herman Mueller, of Jackson is in
the city to-day. Sir. Mueller is in the :
pork-packing business aud he vs
M'grimiue cures any licadarj.e
in 30 minutes. Sample free. The
Dr. Whitehall Megriniiue Co, futh
Bend, Iud. Sold by Druggists'.
Ieu Tiukopf. of Coiuuierec. w.-.s
in the city to-day purcliuing t'ic
fixtures and supplies f..r a saloon at
The laimteratlea r 191.
The olficinl figures regarding the
immigration during the year 1891 are
now at hand, and it is possible to
compare that year with previous
years in regard to the number of
new citizens we have imported. The
totid number who arrived duriug the
year was 590.6C&. This U oy no
means the large! immigration in our
hitory, but it is the largest since
!S8 when the bish-watcr mark of
7oO.S19 was reached. Further, in only
two years besides that has last year's
total ever been exceeded; namely, iu
18S1, when there were 720.043 im
migrants, and in 1880, when there
For the mnhth ending December SI
j tho total number was 2.",.'9:!. as co'iii-
I pniru jui , Hiring iiie same!
I month in IX'.'t). During the six mouths !
rrnereuinjrs or the riljr rnacil la
Monday Eveninu. Feb. 1, 1892.
Board met in regular session with
the Mayor, II. P. I'eironnet. i tha
chair and the following nicn'.bers
Mattesorl; Portertield, Ilegenliardt,
Uenie. Absent: Flentge, Glcnu Kider.
lieading of the record dispensed
In the matter of Dan Dav's, asking
additional compensation for cleaning
alley referred to the Committee on
Llnims on Dec. 7, 1S91, committee
reported recommending thst the city
pay him a reasonable sum. S::id re
port was laid over lor further con
sideration. The Street and Whart Committee
cd to issue warrants favor the dif-j Brinaa hurfmari wiai4
frcnt parties for the several amounts: The comments of the British pres
Henry Xussbauiu, for pi- j upon the l'resideni message , and
visions for poor persons. Chile's alleged answer thereto exhibit
(Cmity.) $ 2 CO that lolly superiority of tore, anil
Home Klectric Co. for Jan. . . 103 00.. contemptuous disdain of the United
Sain M. Grcrn, 3rd quarter, i States as a second or third class pow-
50 00 er, to which we are accustomed from
English journals. To then it seems
preposterous: thj the United Stales
T JO should put themselves upon the same
plane as Creat Brilian in guarding
r- anuncei mat we ... ., . , ..,!., . ...:.. . ... -.
I A prominent merchant say:
have soM Megriiuiac lor v
:'S:n! guarnnteeil it to
so far he has packed nine huu-
!IC euv hrad-
S oil! I r.(:licr are putting a ne-v ache without bad arier effects mid
engine in the Cape City Mill. The have not found a single ease it did
engine is one of the latest improve- not relieve. Sample ir-. The I),-.
nirut and is a powerful machine. ! Whitehall Megriinii:e Co, South
The I'uiou Milling Co. was well '!''nd, Jud. Sold Ov druggista.
our people were puzzled to Lnov. :i
what w:: meant, mid it took m litlic
auiount of Irnubie ii:id rx plana! ion to
make it understood bv our business!
i.'en and to induce them to t-ke part
in ths grand l:,.-.v. V. liua they did
-cati h mi" however, " thev went to
fired hogs this season.
There is tits ol" hay coming to
market new. Tha farmers in this
section oT the cvuntry are paying
more attention to hay raiding lhau
Iheydidafew yeair' ago, and tbey
are liudine it a profitable crop.
Ijt Fridav lli"lit voenir iti-in
whose mime is ,hley. stole oue . ks ay 11,0 u"""'r l'lub. '"''tiug
buudred ami ei.-hu .b.llLr in i hvUl iu "'" '' ,,u Monday liigM.
represented at the Carnival last night, ! The Methodists are having a
and aside from their representation revival meeting in 1 1. U i:y. He is a
.,.. uiMnuuicii several iinimr.-.I sly o!it sinner w ho an keep out of
miniature bags of flour a souvenir. ,. the clutrhes of the . lion lies now-a-
The tieneral t'ass.-i'g.T AgeiH cr' ,,!l.vs They are all K-ai out for
the (fraud Tower imu Cailioudale ' wrd sinner.
,1,'ailroad was iii'he.iiy yesterday. I Mrs. Catherine I r.-el.l. the mi.l-
Some of the ptomincut colored "ln at her Iioiii-j hi tin.-
i.ii- inomiug. aged ftliout sixty-live
2 j.r.:"9, as c:i:iprcd wiih 2:10.189 j carried out by said committee duriii:
during !he inoih$ of if i)t. ft 1 'he year !. a extending, gradin;
u i!I be obsei've'l !l:st we receive ; jrra'-cling rcriaiu streets of the
about KP.OitO more immigrants d- lia ; city. Said report shows separately
the first sis months of the vear than "l3 'n,,rk done on each street, the
during the last six tnenih. ! numoer of feet built and the cost of
The largest number of immigrants ' Sr"!,i' a,!'1 Kvcling same, with a
I sat rear came from (ier.imnv" 12:1.- i :' f the scpaiatc amounts
401; from the Cnited Kingdom. in. h"""-"''! towards each street by
c:u.liu2 Encland. Wales. Scotland ' CI,!C"- -l, 'or"'!,' to said report
. . llini'o t-.,r.. n:kl Ci.t nC .Irani trp,l.A
...! ii, .. i;.t - i ... 'aim Ireland, tl'ere were 120.72a no " 6.-..
.... '. ..- ''.''..'. !,.ilier i iiini.n.h n. i a::d graveled and rltt iu first-class
i lie pri.pie oi mis e;ty. t tie (.liter- -1 . . . j..j. . . ...
cnt busings Imti-.c Ihi-t look i. n :,,('uim!g:-:ilion ir.mi !': I Uile.. iving- j -
do:ii wr-about the same in 1:m as iu.i n, n;- lwo ol goou strce,
H9 i. but that from Ccrmmiv showed , nr,: ''"ctoiorc atmosj impass-
lile d.iriu,:; the spring and wiuter
dea l earnest.
each one with
a determination to excel, and the re
sult was h grv.idcs'l entertainment
tii;'t took par! in
the Carnival were represented bv
von::;; ladies n:i:l earh young la.-Ij
w as dn-SM-il i:i a aiatmer lo bet ri'p-
resenl the Iiumucss of the hnu:
whirh she appeared. Il.iud.-ume
i.aaut r w ere earnr.l on u lu. li were
an ciiorriiiis increase n' Iv twenty-
and btrse irom liiily t.retr of Scott i U,t was "'" a l:n"'WicHii meetiutr.
cotitily. lie rodo the horse to this
and we are im liucd to think thev are
I We are perd to note the fact
tint S.Albert, whole-ale grocer. :
city and left it at StubeurautliVstaiile I ' "e r'""'- J ,,c l'-wdings oul not
Then he crowed the river ami .Hm.... r,'";"ike " I'rocecding had utile-
pearcd. To-day r;--cr tainc and got . I"""-" " '''
j doiuK a ?reat hig btiMiie.-s, and that
iif business is growing right a!o:i".
There v. :;.s A wholesaln house h:u bci u a lou.r-
bis horse but he could get no trace of u'?trcr in tlie wood pile some l-M want 1:1 this -ity and cow ll.at we
the thiet lurlhtr than the fact that he wbcre utar ,1,e l,Iace ""''':" imetiug. have one it is the duty of all our
Tossed the river here. 1 he ferry b.at u ho' making ei.izeiis to it ad tney can to help!
, , , ! regular trp? across the river.
Independences; reel. 11 mo Spanish
o Main street, is the .Mniesl piaee in lUc -Ma-u expel to oc. lipy
the city. Why is it thai the properly lmrir "clv U:1" a0"1" " ,irt of June.
owners along there do Hot have ili:.t ' The material fur the Sturdivaut
street cleaned up ouee just for n 'Bank building is stiil aeciimi:atiiig
haiige? on Themis street and it w ill not l.e
The transfer lm.it i. mnniiio .Ut '. l,,nS "k the ucw buiiiling
and night now, moving the frei"iit
iu.d;e it a sueee- v. Mr. Albert is a
f:i:r and honorable gentleman aud a
li.st-t.ia-s busiu'..s man wlui will irea'
M'ft kaclc on both sides of the river.
They hud another big lire dow n !
nt Charleston Friday night. For
lires Charleston tin! ba-iner town iu
-Southeast Mii.-oiiri. This time only
lour buildings " ere rcdtieed to ashes
The County Court eou-eucd this
tn.iruiug and will b; -es-'niu all tliis
' Mrs. S. .1. English, of Jack-on. is
visiting her grand-itmighter, Mrs. W.
II. Medley in this city.
Thel'.,lo Forts gives a Cape
4 .iriir.lrnli type slieLi r n .-er.d oli "
i. follows.- -C"jc 'I'nit- is the name
f a new daily published at ( aprliii-
rdeau by S. Henry smith. We Im'
lieve the geiil!ein:,ii was ouee a resj
teu! ofFcstus au.l opi:raii-d an iu
slitu imi knun u as the 'Il.yio iu Jl e
l!cu Schv.ab. I'oMms-tcrat Dutch
tow n. was in tii., cit. icstcrdat.auii
while here gave us n IVien.i? cait.
Joe Meyer aud t irii ley l;;aturrj
eanie in . eserdav evening It aiti i:i
painted. ' !,it r.rti-tie :vle, the
name of the bn-ini"s m.-m and the"
was ei;g.!''ed in.
1 he young !a:!ie v.erj drilled i:i
the grand in.ireh i wry evening fnr
ja week previous to the euteriahcii. iit
by I! v. Ait!. nr. and I heir sjdrniiid
exhibition on Iiie stage sho'.vcd Ihai
lliey hail been drilled by an expert
dnll-inastci-. Their every m iveiii-".:!
was es,-t :d gra.-: fill, and their
baud-omc costumes and pr.-tiy Pan
neis made -rrand inanh a thin-
of beauty. Jii:s Mollie .-".hiu hell
was Capt...i:i .if the brig'ide. and she j
was :rn!v a l!eri::e i:i her rule. The:
ei.s;u.:l: s worn I v the young Isdirs
w ere very appropriately ih -::i ;:! snd
some of them were very rxpen-ive.
Tlie ifpres.-ntiitivr were a follow.-:
I .:! l::i:."deT!. M::i::'e f-t:r. i!.
Fir-t Niilion.-.l Pant. A. Wo:!y.
Frank (,':i:. (.. I'l ite;.-.
;t d!ow at,-t t:i:-!it:;g the '.' i T. K. I!.. M .,:i:c Mathews.
I will bring warmed wea.her. with j 'uiiiva:..r, i.ene Wc .!'.
j. storm central o:i i!: ii date. Plan for ! ' '" W'iiiiai.... Mrs. .1. !'. Will. ems.
I stn ii results ami for re-'idar eo'd t.! Dr. Tr.ivi-. Fln net t !'Di;i:i:j!l.ue.
fjll uv. S'ori't eon !itioii v. ill return Mr ' l-"Ini ; , lab: Wall. j
increase, however, from .my country
j was fr-irn Kussia. In 1J) there
Irani! fi'om tha? Biinirv 4!i.Ss3 per-
! seAsinn. The tot:.l llHir.lMlt at nut
labor and gravel aud finishing up
said streets is $2713.63
Ami sub.-, rilied by citizens. . l.'.Ol.OO
ii::-: iu l.91. 7S.I.7 nil imreasc of I
32.29 !. From Poland, also, there was :
Leaving a brdauee of. .
actual cost to the ci'v for the above
an i2i -rea c ol n..iif iron: fj.i.ii to ... , .
I w Ol fc,
3!.2S.'. Asa majoiity the iunhigr:i::ts ' jv j
from Poland were p"'!:'nly Kti-s:aii
..il.t....t .,...! i.. i-.- ..,.!
mr.inlv for the sainc reason that led
I!"v. Iri Ilicki m.ii.-s Ilia f-dlo ving
pre.li.Mioiis for thtMii jut!: of lbr;i-
ill he Ml irogress. ary: From Jo.l to .'. Ii. i:n ;:!-iYe. w ill
This n h is- a good month fo. J con-titute rir-t storm period for FrU
tree ldantiu"-. and ibcie are lots ot ary i.-i:u. some lightning aud thu::-
placcs in this city where shade trees I '""'"vard. wiih sn-.w north- j a: 1
would look well. i " :lr,!- l",u", '"' :ipre;.sred lor cold Ada'ti.- K .prc
Sir. The report was signed
. .Mai'"'. ! aud Win. IEcgen-
j hardt, t'ouimitti e.
Ou mutioii said special report of
the Street and Wharf Committee was
received aud ordered tiled.
Mr. (iieiin appeared and took his
Tlie Attdi'or siihinitted his report
for the mouth of January, but stated
in a:ne that t!i.? reprt wa9 not com
plete o-'.ing it. some explanations
needed from the Treasurer. On
'. motion said report was referred back
increase is Sweden and Norway. nhieh!to (C A ,,:,,. for thc ne(.cessIrT
sent us at.out inc "va-and m .re
; ;ier.-on lat vear thrill the vear before.
to such a heavy immigration from !
Il'-s- ia. these two reentries may be j
considered together. Taken in this
w ay the figures are Ii;:!e less than j
tnrtling. The total number of Bus. '
-dan and Polish immigrants for 190
was ilo.fi-Jii. For i!f it was 10MS2,
an i:ierease of 4:;n42. Thco'i!- other'
I These four countries. I.'ussia. Poland,
j f.ierwatiy. r.v.,1 Sv. nit n :.i.d Xorway.
! seid her.- during :.S!1 a t.)::i! of 2-'-
125 prrsoe.s. or 17 1-2 p -r cent, of the j
! jotal iuiir.igr::tin ol the ye :-.-. 1
. ;-::'e it::I::ts c-.ii:e to to:-, country ;
! doting 1;I tiran daitg the I
j li':i;-. s f.,r t':e tw o y:-ar br dug re- j
Mr. Fientge appeared and took hi
The er-t'f of ''Committee of
i Claim" in the DaTis matter was
lin taken no and ou motion the
leport of tl.e Committee was con
curr ' ! in iiiil Davis allowed $5 for
the additional work iu cleaning alley.
Tii.." S:i:i!l:i!end.'llt of thc Work
.:. ot tn j
e A. V. V.
II. S. Doj le and Thomas Power.
Went brloi-e the ( olllil t oilll festi 1
ih.y :.nd srot uu :i.propri..t:.iu
seenl-li,.e iloliars for tl.e r.-lief ol
ihe po. r ami !csti:c.ie ot ibU city.
1 1 e steamei- I licrokc eitve
: t-dav irom Cairo whrre si:e lias been
1 i'h. :":h ::' 1 briii'ln r.iin i ' -V. Kage.
I - i .-.v oa or toitciit:"; :!ieh dates.! ''"'' l;rv,.--,i
Til;' i-oi.! wave lollowdng storms will I Miiier c Wilto
apjM'nr a'ciiit t:ie 2i:!i. The li.tli. I John ia .'. r-i-i
27th -ii.l -Jitli are fi ;:!.! r storm dates, j
.-are to h heard Iro n a:i.l to brinir j '
cold eu.litir i'i l!t- inoutli. .Much A. 1
hard, trying weather In Fe:.";':ry.
i'i-. icire f.r it.
:i. ( Imi a a T t I r r.
. Etlaj W.!-. i.
i. K ite M.t ov
livau: i'.-i!!';. Almt Aib.-n.
hu. )"ie lo.r r.
i' r.i;r;h. A::i '.:'dr AiVr'.
Heeling :.i l:Ue:.:t
CaI'K li!!:.-.H!.K V! .
I'"ir-n::::t t i.'ill
.Mo.. ..an. :!n. "
! IVe. ideut. t lull
Dm: V Di .m.:m:.'.t. l!:.!t: A.!
I). A. t.ienn. Vir,:ie Kimm !.
11. B. De.:.!. D.'I; s h!-n ii !.
:ig the l.;st sir
: ;;r. ::t ;.u.i!:a ;
1. :t. In tl.e b.-i
eived 2.-,..'.I:; lia!
ri!r ;f J I I t::i
I' I. :,:' 7.01 1",
!i! b. lore in tb.
- 1:0 p. s. lit ir.i
."II ii-ulll I
land iiJ. 12, but di;r- 0ue reported the following work
monins .!iere tisi i-cen ,;. ,.,. v.harf for the month of
i-:!"i:i itali-iu ii.'jidgr.i-!..,.-,,r,rj:
' ' " '" '" , Teamsters . .
aHsn-: d-trin:f the ia-t .,.h.,r,.rj
!..s. !. a o":-rr:!,ei i!:1;ii.; gravel
1 falling eli in i
Mrgriminc is the only guaranteed
penneneut cure for headache and
neuralgia. Believes in 20 to 30 min
utes. A great blood chanscr ami
stimulant that iu time positively cures.
Simple bottle tree. Thc Dr.Whithall
Meg inline Co., South Bend, iud.
J old by druggists.
The ground hog saw his shadow
this meruiug, and of course he re
turned to his winter cpiarters. lie
will at.'t aapar again for sis weeks
and by that lime the blue birds and
the candidates for oHicc will be here
August Bierwirth U having a
large plate mirror put in the recess to
the front entrance of his new business
bouse on Main street. Politicians
who fcnter there can see themselves
as others see them.
Mrs. Clark, Walter Sherwood's
grand-mother went, out to Jackson
this morniug to sec her wayward
grand-son who is now iu lue Jackson
jail. The old lady is very feeble, hut
not too tecble to follow thc bad boy
vveu alter he goes to jail.
A stock company has been
organized iu Perryville to put iu an
ice machine iu that town. Seems to
us that Perryville is a little out of thc
way for an ice factory- They have
uo shipping facilities.
Thc indication' are th it harmony
will not prevail iu the making up of
the list of candidates lor the cam
paign iu this county this fall. There
are a few men in the conntr who will
not be allowed to ruu things their
own wav aud then there will be sonic
The School Beard, at its meeting
last nigiit, a propnated fifty dollars ;
laid up since ih gorge i:i liio liter.
Hie will get into St. I., in- i:i tieie to
i oii;e out on her I cgiilar r:;u Friday
Mis Florence ''-nm;!sue. w ho
repr.'seuted Dr. t.. W.Travis, at Ihe Biennial Coaienlio'i of the I.Vpubii
Merchaiils' Carnival, wore as a searl can I.sa:;ue f the State of Missouri
pill a miniaturo set of porcelain teeth. t meet at Ihe Opera llou-j in Sedalia
J. C. Chit
e. i.ien:. t hoi ; :
net t tbe conn house in the city ol j s;,,.;,
Cape (iirardeau for the purpose ot .. i l
e.-vitng :.i -e.-i .-.:id ile:eg ites lo
.!!. -I l l :
n::i- K :.
u:i"t. I n:
'in ie I ' .
I : :vge
l ec:i nointeil
c: lu:u:!s. Tii. -re
; ;;:it ti :hat t!tc ip
:!y v. ill r- stilt:;' the
it nttidr.ed dining
made bv ihe Doctor u h'.u he was
Ernst Il-gjnliardl left this morn
ing for St. l.'Miis. lie will be absent
from the city three or lour days.
Thc managers of tite MerchditOi'
Carnival arc making au cflort to gel
all the merchants ami business men
to scud their representatives lo Jack
sou Mcnd.iy uight. If they go we
can assure our Jackson friends that
they will see a sight worth seeing
something tiew and something they
w ill never forget.
Henry Wilier will build himself
a residence up ou t.ood Hope street
early next spriug.
en I'ri. I:t February 12. I!'"
On motion of Dr Travis the old
officers of this club w ere re-elected by
On motion the following members
were elected delegates to tha Con
vention St Sedalia. Mo. Atiiiusi Bier
wirth. Bichard I ai ;oil, Joliu A.Sui.ler.
C. B. t.nliisha.
Ou motion a committee ot three
were ?. pointed to confer with tlie
Electric Light CCmjiaiiy 'n regard to
light duriug o'.ir meetings. The
President appointed Messrs. Ciliisba.
Travis and Bierw irth.
After a lew appropi 'ate rentarKs
bv .Messrs. Jravis ami ITol. (.olin:
Ou motion this club ad4.itiriitJ Until
English Spavin Einlment re- the 3rd Satunlay in February, 1R92;
moves all Hard, Son or Laimused
Lumps aud Blemishes from horses.
Blood Spavin Curbs. Splints Sweeney.
Biug Bone Stilles, Sprains, ail swollcu
Throats, Coughs, etc. Save 50 by
use of one bottle. Warranted the
most lllcmish cure ever known. Sold
by Kider & Whichterich, Druggists.
Cape (.irardcaii Mo.
to mt'rt at thc crtiirt house.
E. II. Ex:ki.manx. Sec'y.
Mr. Samuel Wilson Frescolu. of
New York City, submitted an ordin
ance to grant him tho franchise to
build and operate water works in thi.
city. The mayor aud council 'nvesti-
nit r.si'.iv. gated aud amended the oiv.inr.ucc as
The river is rising and there is they thought right and just for thc
now plenty of water for the large! protection ot the city"; interest, and
The net receipts from the Mer
chants' Carnival foot up in the neigh
borhood of oue hundred aud sixty-live
Walter Sherwood w. brought
in from Jackson this moraiu" to have
ja preliminary hearing before Justice i lory. Will return same in type writ-
iKiminel. He waived examination ! ien lorm, ior nnai cousiucranon ami
aud in default of six hundred dollars
returned the ordinance thus amended
to Mr. Frcsro'u tor his acceptance.
I received the following letter from
him dated January 26.
.V"i'or, Cape Uiranlcnn, Mo.
DkauSii:: I beg to acknowledge
receipt of report aud ordinance, the
amendments of which are satisfac-
for the purchase of books" lor the!1'"" w"s r"''i""ll'J to jail to await
public school library. , ,,,c " ",c S,,uu '
-The colored peoplri are having f -T".e Tennessee llivcr packet City
a revival iu this citv. Thc A.M.E.:,f a'"''u ihy-tlie
. ., , . , .... first boil out from St. I.ouis since
Church is crowded everv night to,
. ., , . i , ., ' the breaking up of the gorge,
hear the eospcl extioiiudcd from that i - " 1 00
Ihe County court aiijoiirueu i
I adoption, in the coarse of a few days.
S. W. Fkk.s oi.u.
This is all at present.
II. P. Pkironct.
We do nt wish lo be under
stood as opposiug the churches, but
we do think that they are departing
from their true mission and doing
much to mar their usefulness by their
persis'eat begging day in and day
out We are always ready to help a
friend in need but when th-t friend
is alwavs in need we are not -iu it."
yesterday evening uud Judge Albert
is now at home.
If the weather is favorable
It Ttaa An Accident.
'-I tiuderslaud," remarked the polite
rcpoiie'r to the close mouthed manag
er of a western railroad noted for i!3
poor lime, -that there was au accident
ou your road last night."
,hci "Oh. do vouT was thc
rCol CSCU1U11VC9 ... iui. ...CI . Uillll-S
Carnival will go to Jackson next
The Pkmih'R at was agaiu award
ed the contract for Ihe county print
ing. There was but two legitimate j
The last four bonds of the series ; bids made oue irom me wsn-vook-
;..nJ hv the Board of, Mil l lie omer ironmie uumnm.
Education were taken up and des
troyed at tho meeting last night, leav
ing a balance of bonds outstanding
Amounting to I7.00U.
There was au attempted bid but it
was from an illigitimatc offspring of
a foreign language and tbc County
Court refused to recognize it.
"I o you know anything about it;"
Only that it happened td the train
which was due here at 8:13."
-That train came iu promptly on
time sir," said thc manager firmly.
"Arc you sure of tuat':''
"Of course I am."
"Thanks. That mast have been
thc accident referred to," aud thc re
porter dodged out safely.
y Sira iiit i. !.';s:: (Jrn.
! I'nioS Mi:!. Nellie O'D -no-::)!.'.
I s,. Aibert. Birdie Bud.
tJ. II. Wilson. Core. Adams.
W. II. Coerver, C!a:-a llatiny.
St. Avit & So:i. M i,-;;i'..' MeCJcnn.
j City Di ng Store. Beulah Portertield.
I'he Bee. Wnzi'ie I t hmau.
ilnni' ke Hal Maria Lehman.
Mrs. Badi r, Clara Bailer.
II. Xu.-sbauiii. Ida Brow n.
J. A. Matteson. Emma Wathen.
("apt. Sharp. Yirgie Wil-on.
Opera House. A!i. e Schnchert.
tJ. Smilii (decorator.) '. 1 !:ii:n-i Iiil.f.
I'. S. M:ii!, Ijimi Cramer.
The C'jsttimes ivorn by the ye"".,
ladies representing our banks were
decorated with real money gold,
silver and greenbacks, and many
wistful eyes followed them as thev
marched around thc hall. Money is
first i'f all thai is magnetic lo the
hiMliaii eye. and no one knows its
power better than do tl.e ea-hiers
who pass it over the l ank counter.
We would like lo give a detailed
description of all the costumes worn,
but we have neither the time nor
the space to do so. It is enough to
say that all were fine, and the enter
tainment was a success beyond all
The ladies of the Episcopal Church
and their Pastor. Kev. Arthur.deservc
the thanks of this community for
their success in the management of
the first Merchants' Carnival ever
held iu Cape Cirardcav.
A story is tohl of a young, city
merchant who lied in thc suburbs.
His wife was taking au active part in
decorating the church, and told him
one morniug that he must, as soon as
he reached the city, scud her out an
evergreen motto from th? florist to
hang on the church wall. She would
also scud him Ihe text of scripture
tliat the committee should decide on
as thc most appropriate. He forgot
all about the commission, of course,
ami was considerably startled about
noon to receive the following tele
grain over his wife's name: -Cntous
a child was born, unto us a son is
given seven feet long by two feet
! She decided that the only wav
; run a house economically v:is tu k"e;
a s: t tmek-. so i !i.j i:i.i !e r.ll the
Oti motion said report was received
arid ordered filed, r.ttd secretary iu--'.ratted
to i-sue uarrants ou the
n h :rf fund in favor of the different
pi:'!:.-" is lined i:i iiil rertort.
The reorder reported the follow
ing for li." month ot Janiiary:
Ja:i. 2. a:!i'"ii:it line citv bv
bottle ,.f red ink. and .tr!:-d in.
It '.-as a month inter tin! her h:ts
!! a-fced her how she was g-tiitig
"Splendidly." she replied.
-T he sv-teiii !" .iecess, then':''
"Ye, indeed. Why. I'm SoK ahead
"Sixtv-eiMht ilciilars." he ecbii:::ed.
Heavens! You":! be "i-h b.-tore !
!-ng. Il.ivi' y.ti started a bank ae-!
Same, collecting $75.00 of
Painter Est. for rent of
out lot II '.....
Ben II. A'dauis, 3rd quarter
City Printing aud print
ing posters for Col .....
I.uke Smith, tor 4 1-2 cords
oeo. Frciizel, repairing city
B. Walther,Sextou, removing
dead am ma la
Edward S. Lilly, nails, pow
der; fuse, Jtc. .
Gotfreid llartung, repairs to
fire engine 1 . . .
Bod; KUgee. 500 brick for
Spanish and Indepen
dence streets. ..:
Mike Miggins) Salary for Jan.
and board bf prisoners
An ordinance entitled "An ordi
nance granting to Samuel ll.ou
Frescolu, of New York Citv, a Fran
chise to build and operate a system
of Water Works in thc city of Cape
Girardeau, Mo, subject to the condi
tions and stipulations herein contain
ed.'' passed its first reading.
On motion thc Mies were suspend
ed aud the ordiuance read a second
On motion said brdinanre was read
by its title aud put npon its fiual pas
sage with the following result!
Ayes Flentge, Glenn, Heuze, Mat-
lesou, Portertield, Begcnhardt, Bider,
The Mayor dec'ared said ordinance
as duly passed.
Au ordinance providing lor the
condemnation, opening, establishing
tiid extension of North street from
Pacific street te Henderson Avenue"
was taken up and passed its scceud
A motion to adjourn failed by the
Ayes Glenn, Bider, Matteson. 3.
Xays Henze, Portertield, Flentge,
On motion the ordinance jut read
was read by its title and put upon its
final passage, with the following re
AyeS Flentge, Henze, Portertield,
Xays ricutgc, Matteson. Bider. 3.
The Mayor declared sMd ordinance
On motion the Building Committee!
was instructed to ascertain if the
court house root leaked and if so give
Ot; motion board adjourned.
Attest Gko. E. CiiAi'fKt.ij,
the rights ot their citizens. While it
would be 'o'jl of Ibo question for
England to pocket au insult IjCe that
11 25 put upon us by Chile, in the English
view it would be ridiculous for us to
1(! 40. pretend to rsg.ird Ameiean citizen
j ship as just aud sacred as British eiti
. J With the ordinary British obliquity
55 60 , ot view.- the press, both Tory and
j Eib'-ral, affect to regard thc Presi-
5 50 dent's message as simply an election
eering document to catch thc Irish
vote. Because Mr. Egan is sn Irishr
riiau, he is regarded as an enemy and
everything he does or does not do U
looked upon in England as being in
spired by Fenian hatred of that coun
t ry, and as having reference solely to
British subjects have tremendous
financial interests in Chile, aud tho
British Government cannot view
with indifference any event that would
have a serious effect on British in
vestments. .It is. altogether probable,
therefore, t'-iit tMat government will
volunteer to ttse its "bind offices." if
it has not done so already, to bring
about a cessation of the present dif
ficulty on peaceable terms. To the
British Tory, our ditlirulty with
Chile is just a petty squabble between
two equally insignificant nations, the
rights of neither of whom can be con
sidered for a moment in comparison
with British interests.
The, responsible government of
Great Hri'iari, however, has reason to
respect ours, and especial reason to
respect the administration ofl'resisl
dent Harrison.. It ia well tiware that,
if it should adopt the tone of the
British press in its relations with thla
count ry, it would promptly be brought
to a realizing sense of its imper
tinence. In this matter of Chile, we can set
tle our own affairs without any help
from Great Britain; and will not
tolerate from her any attempt at
hindrance. It is our government, not
the British, that will decide whether
Ch"le's reply to our demands is satis
factory or not- As for arbitration
that, in the present state of affairs, ia
entire! out of the question.
"X,i-o: not yet."
-What have Jou done with your
"Oh. I haven't got Ihe moarv. you
know. That's only what Ihe book
-hows, -liul iii.-t think of being $ ;
"I'm. yes; but ! don't ex-ietly se "
"Wh: don't the books show i:.'"
"Of course; hut the money! !:ht !
has become of that-' I
"I don't exactly know." she said. I
doubtfully. "I've been thinking f
that. and I think wo in:it have been j
roblM-d. That's the only way I can
eiphiin it. What do you think we
had belter do about it.'""
lie pulled bis pipe in solemn sil
ence for a moi'tciit and thea s:ig-irested:
1 r!. 1, atit! due city Mar'l .riS!.05
On motion said report was received
land ordered tiled and warrants order-
led is.oie.i in faYT the different parties
n itiieil in said report.
1 tie .imliciarv Committee was
granted l irther time iu which to
niik; report on petition of F. W.
l'o:t. asking privilege of building an
cb'V:itr in f.-nnt of the Union Mills.
Mr. Bider appeared aud to k his
The committee appointed to con
fer !t!i Ihe managers of the sit. I.:.
C. G. Jt Ft. s. Ii. . asked for further
time iu which In repnrt as the papers
were not in thc hands of the com
mittee. ():i tuition prayer was
Comiiiu-ji'-ation fi'Tr E. II. Smith,
a-king permission of thc Board to
erect and maiulaiu a telegraph line
through this city, was read. Said
tnenmiitiMni nre.1 tn a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for Blieumatistn and
Xenralgia radically cures iu 1 to 3
day.- Its action upon' the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once thc cause and thc dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose benefits, 75 cents; Sold by
Kider & Wichtcrich, Druggists, Cape
V." might stop keeping bifk.j line to run from Commerce or Beuton
In Scott county, !- enter Ihe city at
Ihe CL'tcrsectioii of Bock Levee road.
He petitions ih rity for the right to
proceed east on Good Hope street to
SpaniIi street or Ivee. thenbe north
fo the Western I'niou eftice on Main
street, and tn be sabject to lite same
restriction- mid renditions as the
Western Union littb.
Mr. Mattesou moved that Mr.
c:uitii be gfeuicd Ihe privileges of
erecting telegraph poles as requested,
under the supervision of the Electric
Light Committee. Carried.
The following resolution in writ
ing w as read.
".VWre.f. That the City Attorney
be. aud he is hereby authorized, re
quired r.ud iinpowcred fo iustitutc
suit against all deliuqiiiut tax payer,
vhose taxes arc diliuqriint more than
one yean aud eutone the collection
ot the sain: on both real estate' and
personal property. Signed,
Ou motion duly carried said resolu
tion win adopted.
Mr. Matteson moved that a warrant
Th.it s easier lhau complain ing lo the
1Sa Kiiinncr I tnb.
Cape Giraui.k.u-. M.., Feb: 1. 1?2.
The Smituer Club met on a call
from J. W. Williams for organization
On motion of J. W. Williams A. T.
Miller was elected temporary chair
man. On motion of J. L. Oliver Tobe
Giboney was elected secretary.
After remarks by J. W. Williams.
J. I Oliver aud A. T. Miller the Club
went into perm incut org.iuiz-i:ion as
On Motion c-f -I. L. Oliver A. T.
Milicr was elected permanent chair
man. On motion of W. S. Miiier Tohc
Giboney was elected permanent
On motion of J. I. Oliver J. W.
Williams was appointed lo represent
this t.'lub at the State Convention to
be held at Sedalia, Mo., February
121 h, 1S92.
The Club then went into discussion
of the political i.s-ues and interests
A "f deru ftec-iety i'able.
"Papa, Harry Clerque has asked
me to marry him, aud I have accept
ed." "Pooh, pooh, daughter he hasn't a
cent in the world. Poorer than Job's
"Yts papa, but he is sober ami in
"Pooh, pooh, daughter."
"Aud handsome, papa."
"Pooh, pooh, daughter."
"And honest and true, fa'pa."
"Pooh, pooh, daughter."
"And well educated and bright,
"Pooh, pooh, daughter:"
"And of good family, papa."
"Pooh, pooh, daughter. '
"And attentive to busiuess, papa."
"Pooh, pooh: daughter."
"And he loves me, papa."
"Pooh, pooh, daughter."
"And I love him. papa."
"Pooh, pooh, daughter."
"And" (weeping) "I won't marry
anybody ele. papa."
"Pooh, pooh, daughter. Who asked
you to? 1 didu'i. I'm sure, for I'd
rather yon married Harrr happily
than to 'c yon sold to the richest
millionaire on earth."
hreir. Sneeze! ticoans,
Pilla! lint, SpliDt!
Ilellnqnent Tax-Payer. Read Tnia.
Sec. 7608 of the Bcvtniie Law reads
as follows: -The collectors shall dil
igently endeavor and u?e all lawful
means to collect all taxes which thev
are required to collect iu their rc
siertie counties, and lo that end
I hey Iwll hare poicer lo sirze and sell
Ihe goAls and ch'iltrh of thc penon
liable for taxes anil
ho propetlg trhaterer shall lie ffeinjtt
from seizure and sale for taxes due ,
The cnllertor shall
not receive credit for delinquent tazes
until he shall have made affidavit that
lie has been vnaVi to find jtennnal
property out of tchirh to make the
I will not make a false affidavit to'
protect you, but will eaforc the
provision of the above to the letter.
ff one man pays his taxes all onyht
lo. Depend npcu it. unless your
taxes arc promptly paid, I w ill levy
on your personal projierty. Please
spare me this unpleasant duty.
1). B. Swn:rtT. Collector.
Jackson, Mo., Jan. 21, 1C92.
t'onncl AlnMl Dead.
This is the ouditiun many persons
were iri when they commenced the
use of thc "Lemon Chill Tonic." But
thanks to its magic power the same
people have been restored to perfect
health chiils cutirelv broVen: aunc-
paramountto the colored voters of j ,or i37"'i', b Riwn in favor of the . titc restored, the. blood enriched, the
After rcoIviug that it is thc duty
of the colored man to cast his vote iu
his own iuterest the Club adjourned
to meet on call of Chairman.
A. T. Miller, .
Tope Giboney, Chairman.
Board oi E luratiou, same being net
amount collected from John Paiuter's
estate lor rent of out lot II. Amount
collected -?7.i.00, less 10 per cent paid
S. M. Green for collecting, $7.50.
The following bills were read and
oa motion the ocretary was iustruct-
old lanquid and tired feeling gone:
And while pleasant to take is ccriiu
to cure. Each bottle is guaranteed to
break the worst chill and with guard
ing the 7th and 14th days, wilt pre-1
vent their return. Sold by Miller &
Wilson, Cape Girardeau and Ben.
Schwab, DutchtowD, Mo. 1
Oil Friday evening. Janutry 29th,
1892, at six o'clock, Mrs. Jennie
Hirsch, nee Wlibuey; passed away
from this life of sorrows to enter oti
a newer, happier one.
Thc thought of death is always a
ad one, but oh! how doubly sad w hen
a young mother is called away Irom
her little babe; leaviug it to struggle
through this world w ithout her lov-
iug care and guidauce. Hardly has
she tasted the joys of motherhood,
e'er her eyes arc closed forever, aud
the tender blossom she has given life
lo. is lost 10 sight: her ears are deaf
to ils pathetic cry; the mother's heart
is stilled in silest lastiug sleep.
Deceased was a good Christian and
a worthy member ot the Methodist
ChurcH In this city. She has many
friend! to mourn her untimely end;
She was a good daughter, a true
friend and a devoted wife. The be
reaved parent! ktid sisters have sus
mined a -shock they will not soon re
cover; but Ihe greatest loss is the little)
one's, tioV doubly orphaned.
Hear pim.U do oot grieve lor ber.
shr b"n o:,ly mite before;
F 1 n now ihe watches over you
From that bright and heavenly shore.
Her sorrows all ar ended bow;
Her pain are all forjrot;
She ia happy il h the snarls thrnr.
And be yoa. Borrow cot.
0r' doelh alt thine well
It's word be ever bint.
N? tsoubl? e'erraa n-ach her now;
Our Jennie is ""at nasi."
I nrle Nana as tbe Tolrnkone.
"Halloo, there, Chili! What about
that Baltimore aflair? I want aii
apology aud I waut it mighty quick.
"Oh, keep out there. Italy. I tell
you I won't be hurried in the New
"That yon, Chili? Yes, we were
interrupted. Xow, as I was fayiug, I
want an apology, an indemnity for
the families of those sailors, and a
positive promise that the murderers
shall be punished. What' that you
say? Can't promise punishment uutil
the courts have found the men guilty?
Oh, that's all rot. Blast your courfV
"Confound it, Italy! you in again?
No, we didn't hang Ihe New Orleans
lynchers. You don't want me to
usurp tbe funrlious of the courts, do
you? Get off the wire."
"Say, there, Chili. Yon needn't
talk to me about delay and your
courts. Just see that yon put np an
apolo'gy aud an! idciuuity and pauish
those rioters before Wednesday or
there'll be war. See? What's that you
say? Ob. blast tt all. that's Italy
again! How ht (hunder can a nation;
diplomatio with tbe wires crossed
Ibis way' li.'cffjru juucf: