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J HE EOPtfc'a APR
omciat Driatt of tae Tai-Payers.
CAPE GIRARDEAU.... ...... MO.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1S9&
The average man is said to possess
nough phosphorous in his constitu
tion to make a half million matches.
The divorce court records seem to
verify the troth of the statement.
Ex-Govern r Foraker said a year
jo that Governor MchUnley did not
know what a political razor was. It
would be a glorious thing for the Re
publican party of Ohio if there were
more men as ignonmt as Governor
McKinley on that subject
lion. Marshall Arnold has been
Mudlug garden seeds to Scott county
by the bag full, but s. far we have
net heard c-t a single package coming
to Cape Girardeau county. What
have we been doing to Mr. Arnold to
cause him to treat us so badlv?
Tbe Farmers Alliance Threatens to
capture the Democratic machine in
Georgia and to fatally divide the De
'mocracy in Alabama. This explains
in part why Southern Congressmen
stand for tree silver. It they oppose
It they invite the enmity of the Far
mers' Alliance, now the potential fac
tor in Sauthern politics.
limited marriges are not rscogaiz
tJ by the courts of Massachusetts. A
man and a woman who signed an
agreement to live together so long as
love and mutual respect continued,
asked for a divorce after fourteen
years of such partnership. The
-courts of Massachusetts held that the
'agreement was not a marrirge, and,
therefore, there could be no di
vorce. The "bachelar" girl is now the
term applied to the young woman
who leaves the paternal home and
strikes out for herself. She is a more
numerous quantity than is generally
supposed. In every city there are
thousands of these 'bachelor girls'
who are putting the bachelor men to
shame by their industry and the self
respect which they maintain under
To nsc kind language costs nothing
t all; uukind costs always more or
less; oftentimes more to him who em
ploys it than even those to whom it is
addressed. But every man is bound
4o anticipate that unkind language
will produce the frjlts of unkindncss,
that is, suffering in the besom of oth
ers. The ladies of the American Colony
In Paris have organize! a woman's
exchange on the plan of those estab
lished in this country. American
pics and cakes are among the dainties
provided for purchasers, aud Ameri
can travelers will be sure to patron
ize that particular corner of the ex
change, for tbe American pie, in its
Teal and best significance, is unknown
in foreign, lands.
The assessors of Dickinson Coun
ty, Kan., are in an embarrassing posi
tion by reason of having agreed to
assess all property at lull value, in
stead of one-third as formerly aud as
is done in the remainder of the
State. The business men refuse to
give in tho full value of their stocks
nd an appeal will be taken to the
State board. What complicates mat
ters is that the law requires a full
valuation, but it has never been en
forced before in the State.
In the event that Mr. Russell de
clines to be a candidate for the Legis-
Iatnre the Democrats of this county
will be afloat as to a man to head
their ticket Mr. Russell Is the
strongest man they have, and this is a
Presidential year. Thero will be very
little scratching this year aud to have
-any show at all the Democrats will
hare to hustle to find mon who will
be willing to face the enemy and
take the chances of being snowed
under, which is sure to be the result.
Something new in postal cards has
Just been issued by the conntry oi
Salvador, in Central America, in hon
or of tbe anniversary of the discovery
-of America. It is a pictorial and
.geographical one. On the side where
the address is to be written appears a
map showing the route of Columbus
from Spain to Salvador. Adjacent
islands aud parts of continents are
also shown, aud the whole is printed
in light blue and brown. Tbe stamp,
too, bears a scone in the career of the
igreat discoverer. As this Columbian
series will be limited to this year,
they no doubt will be extremely val
uable about the timo of the 500th
anniversary of Columbus' landing.
Far-sighted people might get them
cheap now aud leave them to their
The Legislature did not interfere
'with our Judicial District further
than to give it a higher number. The
'counties that have heretofore com
.posed the District are still in it; and
the men who have had an eye on tho
Judicial seat are still looking anx
iously that way. Jndge O'Bryan
'wants to succeed himself aud be im
agines that he is going to have a
walk-over, but in that he is mistaken.
Cape Girardeau will bave -a candi-
date in the field in the person of J.
"W. Liinbaogh, and be will go into
the convention with a following that
will be bard to down. Mr. Limbaugh
J one ef the brightest young law
yers in Southeast MJssoari and he
would matte a Judge, sucnas we nave
-not had since t bo late Judge D. L.
Hawkins occupied the - Judicial
. The Democrat are whipping "nig
ger" down in Dunklin ceunty just
tbe same they did before the war.
and up here we bare a colored
preacher telliug the colored men to
vote the Democratic ticket.
The Xeua, a Democratic paper pub
lished at Charleston, South Carolina,
gives this terse description oi Senator
A candidate without a creed,
politician without a principle,
statesman without conviction,
Democrat without a platform,
Senator without a well defiued
ion upon auy leading question.
Prince Henry, the brother of Em
peror William, is attracting the atten-
tion of Germaus because of the re
cent illness of Iho Emperor. If AVil
liim should die Henry would become
the regent until the next heir to the
throne arrived at the age for him to
be crowned. In such an event it is
generally conceded that Germany
would have a wise ruler and one
more like bis father in disposition
than the present Emperor. Prince
Henry is very popular, and he has no
prejudices against France.
In Discussing The Reported Inten
tion of Speaker Crisp to secure tbe
indorsement of a majority ot the
Democratic Congressmen before in
sistiiig on a cloture rule, the Demo
cratic papers ignore the t-ct that
Speaker Reed always had the in
dorsement of his collegues in bis rul
ings. If it was never put in writing
it was becanse the fact was too ap
parent and universally conceded. The
Republican majoritv was there to
carry on the business ef Congress.
and did it without dailyiug and dodg
ing. There were no alUlay debates
over a $50 cut in an approbation
Intellectual men, as a rule, are not
at all averse to lying in bed in the
mornings. An intellectual mau dif
fers from a mere business man in
knowing when to stop thinking. A
business man goes to bed tor the pur
pose of making plans for scooping ri
vals; an intellectual mau goes to bed
lor tbe purpose of enjoying nature's
best gift. If in doing so he resembles
the vocuons and foolish, so he also re
scmblcs the beasts of the field and the
birds of the air, whose physical am
mental habits have never been sup
posed to be bad or deleterious. Th
biggest fool in the world is the man
who supposes that he can beat Na
lure at her own game.
There isconstant insistense that the
accumulation of wealth marks the true
man ot success the creature held U
for the model. Great fortunes as i
rule have for their starting point
grave injustice or corruption. Greed
for success in the view debauchee
public service. Wealth corrupts coun
cil chambers. It inuades even the
purlieus of courts. It gains by bril
cry private possession of common
rights. It perverts governments that
should foster the general welfare to
protect special privilege. And when
wealth thus gained is disbursed in
part tor what is called a public bene
ficence, in aid ot charity, or educa
tion, or religion, the pulpit is swift to
present the donor as a model of vir
Gold is light. Xo man ever com
plains of the weight of it. Cut mor
ality! bless your heart, is is no easy
matter accumulating that species of
wealth; and, withal, not very attrac
live to flesh and blood. It is delight
ful to clothe youraelf in bright armor,
and conquer kingdomsind seize prop
erty, and distribute it graciously
amongst heroes; to judge property
cases, and to place this estate to this
man's share, aud that estate to that
man's share. Rut to sit down unob
served and unnoticed of men and con
demn yourself to lose, when it is in
your power to gain; to condemn
yourself to want, when it is in vour
power te eujoy is so very difficult,
that it is easier to cenqucr a hundred
kingdoms and carry a thousand
measures through congress than it is
to accomplish this one feat of arms.
The two Democratic factions in
Louisiana arc takiug a dote of the
medicine they havo been giving to
tbe Republican party at elections for
several years past. Each faction ac
cuses the other ot juggling with the
returns, and, as a result, neither will
abide by the experimental vote of the
Stato which was to hare decided
which of tho Democratic tickets
should remain in the field. With two
Democratic candidates for Governor
running this year, the Republican
ticket will have a chance of victory in
Louisiana, and an obsolule assurance
of it if a fair couut cau be had.
In about his last newspaper inter
view Walt Whitman said: 'The
work ot mv life has been my 'leaves
ot Grass,' which I intend to make my
legacy. A Ixmdon publishing firm
has just solicited me to publish my
complete works, and they will have
it, as the market seems more vivid
abroad than in the United S(ate3. My
final edition of 'Leaves ot Grass' is
now in print; it contains my last
fhirtv-five years' collections. I do
not want newspaper talk abont me; I
might live for years longer, yet 1
know my timo is nearly come.
Friends bave been kind to me and I
appreciate all they have done, but my
days are limited aud then I trust I
will go home to a heaven of peace
and rest with the good will and fel
lowship of those I left behind me,
both ou the battlefield and in tbe ci
vil service. .1 leve iny country, liter
ature, aud my friends, aud I trust
that God will prosper the Kation. i
Good by, I am tired." I
The Republican State Convention
will be held at Jefferson City on the
27th aud 28th of April.
Do the veterans understand what
is being done by s Democratic Con
gress? The House has passed a pen
sion bill $39,000,000 below Commis
sioner Rauiu'scstimates. and $12,000,
000 below tha estimate of Secretary
Foster, but this same body of Demo
cratic statesmen is almost daily pass
ing Southern war claims. The ques
tion of tbe war being a failure seems
to be an open one.
Col. lugcrsoll, on b ting asked what
the effect would be ou labor if we
adopted Free Trade, replied: "If
Free Trade comIiI be adopted to-mor
row there would beau instant slinns
ase of values in this country. Pro
bably the immediate los would equal
$.'0,100.000,000 that is to say. one-
third of the value ot the country. AO
one cau tell its extent. All things
are so iuterwsven that to destroy one
industry cripples another, and the in
fluence keeps on uutil it touches the
circumference of human interests."
Republican Reciprocity, the pass
key to the trade of other nations, is
one ot the most successful political
policies ever adopted by a party, and
to-dav commands the admiration of
tbe nation aud the world. Naturally
it excites the envy and hatred of the
Democrats, who made vaiu attempts
to be-little it, having ne good policy
ef their owu. But they cannot harm
il; neither do they injure it in the es
thra'iou cf the people by circulating
fake stories, imspired by English ex
porters, such as that iu the X. Y. Her
ald to the effect that some of the
South American republics are behind
hand iu paving their duos for the sup-
Eort of the Bureau of American Re
publics iu Washington. Reciprocity,
bi it reiuembcrpd, has come to stay.
A MHeb-3larrl.il Vmii.
Airs. Fowler, of this city, was mar
ried last January to her sixth hus
band, aud strange as it may sceiu,
five ot them died exactly two years
from their marriage day. Her pre
sent husband has been sick for the
last four months with chronic jaun
dice, aud was given up by four of the
best physiciaus; as a last resort he be-
au Usiug Sulphur Bitters and yester
day told our reporter that they had
saved his life, smiling saying that he
ijuc3sed Mrs. Fowler would be unable
to tike the seveuth better half lor
some time to coinc. Exchunga.
ftontben.t JilNaonrS I. O. O. F. As-
Messrs. David Rusk and Judge
Marshall, of Charleston, W. V. Lecrh,
if Cape Girardeau, S. B. Mauheimcr,
of Dc Solo, and J. II. Tetlcy and Val
Schicsinger of this place, executive
jiid transportation committee of the
southeast Missouri Odd Fellows' As
sociation, held a meeting here this
week to make arrangements for their
rand celebration to be held at Cape
Girardeau ou April 26th. A special
train will be run from Dc Soto to the
Cape on the morning of the celcbra
iion: and returning will leave there at
about lip. m, at a very low rate of
fare, which will be auuounced here
after. The excursion will not be con
fined to Odd Fellows only, but to the
general public Fredericktottn 1'laiu
dealer. . A Pleswmnt Snrprfne.
This is the verdict oi Mr. I W. Fall
321 Seventh street, Paducah,KyM who
said that if his little girl had had
another congestive chill she would
have died. This is what he writes us:
I have used your Lemon Chill Tonic
iu my family and find it all you claim.
The medicine has no bad taste, but
is dcliciously flavored. My little
daughter, who suffered for some time
with chills and tever, watched the
clock in pleasant anticipation of the
next dose. Lcinou Chill Ionic not
only iloes away with the bitter and
nauseating mixtures usually prescrili-
ed for aguo, but effects a speedy and
permanent cure. I verv gladlv testify
to the merit of a medicine which I
have seen nsctl in my family with
such signal success." Take no oilier.
Price 50 cents. For sale by Miller
Wilson, Cape Girardeau aud Ben
Schwab, Dutchtown, Mo. 1
Why tne Democrats Have Tto F.o far
A Philadelphia paper publishes the
history of the campaign of 1888, and
of Senator Quay's alleged thwarting
f ballot box frauds in New York at
the risk of his life. Here is an extract
from the publication:
'Ctnay, it is said, canvassed the low
er wards of New York, mapped and
censured them, and when, in October,
the Democrats learned of his actions,
the story affirms, Mr. Quay's life was
threatened and his friends alarmed.
Officers were kept constantly watch
ing for his welfare, day and night
By aid of Police Commissioner
Fiench, Quay is said to havo gotten
' the early election returns, aud thus
blocked the alleged purpose of the
Democrats to change tbe figures
in New York and Brooklyn if occas
ion should seem to require. The
story contains these asseverations:
"Chairman Quay had not been long
in harness before he discovered that
Blaine had carried the State in 1S84;
that the Democratic managers knew
this early in the evening, aud thai
changes of the ballots were necessary
to elect Cleveland.
'Ben Butler was running in 1884
en a third ticket, and he polled sev
eral thousand Inbor votes in Newl
York city. It was the easiest thing
in the world for the ballot thieves lo
turn the Butler ballots over to Cleve
land. This was actually done.
Qaay nnearthed this fact before he
had long been ia command and his
discovery has received the indorse
ment of General Butler himself.
"Three days before election tbe
sum of $215,000 was handed ever to
the Democratic workers in the State
above the Harlem River. This was
entirely separate from the amount
used br Tammany in the city." J
THE JUDICIAL DIBTKICTS.
Oar District rsmaaed mm Kiatn
Following are the Judicial Dis
tricts as re-districted by the Legis
lature: First The counties of Clark, Scot
land, Knox and Lewis.
Second Schuyler, Putnam, Adair,
Macon aud Shelby.
Third Mercer, Worth, Harrison,
Fourth Gentry, Nodaway, Atchi
son, and Holt
Fifth Andrew, DeKalb, Clinton,
Seventh Daviess, Caldwell, Kay,
Clay aud Livingston.
Eighth The City of St. Louis.
Ninth Randolph, Howard, Boone,
Tenth Monroe, Marion, Ralls and
Eleventh Audrain, Montgomery',
Lincoln, Warren and St Charles.
Twelfth Sullivan, Linn, Chariton,
Thirteen lb St. Leuis County,
Frankln, Gasconade and Osage.
Fourteenth Cole, Miller, Maries,
Morgan. Moniteau and Coeper.
Fifteenth Saline, Pettis, aud La
Sixteenth The Ceuuty ef Jack
Seventeenth Cass and Johnson.
Eighteenth Camden, Hickory,
Polk, Dallas, Webster aud Wright.
Nineteenth Crawford, Phelps,
Pulaski, Laclede, Texas and Dent.
Twentieth Shannon, Oregon,
Howell, Douglas aud Ozark.
Twentv-Iirst Jefferson, Washing
ton, Irou, Ri yuolds, aud Wayne.
Twenty-sccoud Carter Ripley,
Butler, Stoddard aud Dunklin.
Tweutv-third Greene, Christian
Twentv-fotirth Newton, McDon
ald, Barnr and Stone.
Twentv-lifth Jasper aud J-aw-
Twenty-sixth Vernon, Barton,
Cedar and Dade.
Twenty-seventh Ste. Genevieve.
Perrv. St. Francis, Madison aud Bol
Twcnth-cighth Capo Girardeau,
Scott, Mississippi, New Madrad and
the Criminal Court heretofore es
tablished iu the Sixth Circuit and
Johnson County, is to lie known as
the Criminal Court of the Fifteenth
Judicial Circuit and Johuson Couutv.
and its juriadiciiou is not effected by
This act will t.tke effect from and
after the 1-t day of January, 189:.
and the election of judges for tit
new judicial circuits will be hrld al
the general elect in in November.
PopulMiam n1 Protection.
A short time n-ro t!m Press iiriuted
au iusiriielive tabic elmtviiig the con
trast between Liverpool, the gret
commercial center of Liigrlxcd, and
('bicaro. The sinti.-tic3 eliotvcd (lint
while the population of Chicago uu-
tier protection hud increased from
003,185 in to 1,00,S.10 iu lSDO,
tbe population of Liverpool bad de
creased under free trade from S50,
SOS in 1831 to 5!7,S.-,1 in 191.
If uc compare the respective popu
lations of the metropolis of the Unit
ed States aud that of Great Britain
we sret results equally instructive. Iu
1880 the number of inhabitants con
Inine.l in the cities ot New York.
Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hobekeu and
Newark, comprising the real inctro
polis, was"2,06I,191. In 1890, as is
shown by tbe figures of the federu
census, it had iucreacd to '-',710,12').
The London metropolitan district in
creased te 2,710,125. Tbe Loudon
metropolitan district increased in
population from 8,815,241 iu 1881 to
4,211,058. Tk.it is lo say, while Lou
don increased 10.o7 per cent, in a de
cade, the greater New York increas
ed 31.48 per cent., or three, times as
Only through the development and
multiplication of industries aud the
increased demand for labor under
protection could the phenomenal
growth of American cities be possi
ble. A'em York i'ress.
"Costly thy habit as toy purse can
buy; rich, net gaudy." So advises
Shakepeare, and his words still fur
nish the best possible rule in matters
of dress. "AY ell -dressed women" sc-
loct such stylos as combine neatness
with richness, and arc at the same
time in accordance with the prevail
ing fashion. The styles adopted iu
the Tarisian Fashion Journals, pub
lished by A. McDowell & Co., 4
West 14th Street, New York, am al
ways neat, rich and correct. It is be
cause of this lact that these publica
tions bare become so popular that
they coutinnc to make such rapid
headway in tho favor of American
women. "IA Mode de I aris ' con
tains the latest and be.-t French
styles. "Album dea Modes' gives
the styles which are most popular iu
Paris. Each is 35 cents per copy, or
$3.50 per year. Yearly subscribers
to either of theso journals are entit
led to a Premium Book en "Dress
making Simplified," valued at $5.00,
which book is not sold, but is given
away as here iudicated. "La Mode"
Is sold tor 15 cent a copy, er $1.50
per annum. JJo not allow your
newsdealer to substitute any other
journals for these. If necessary you
can be supplied with them direct
from tbe house in New York.
CM l4xm B. 3 I. O. O. F.
Meet Thursday nigh( each week.
Brotbcrn arc invited to be pres
ent. Special business.
Otto Eckiiardt, K G.
IL A Astholz, Sec.
Splendid Farm for Bale.
I offer mv farm of elzhtv ion for Rile The
farm ia ue mile fmiu the court doom in Cape
etateof cuitiTstion. Good house and cntbnild
Ings. Good spring and well water For price
and term call ob or write to me at Capo Girar
mriramd-w wiuua Biufoius.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notiee ia
hereby given that letters or artmiciatnitioa
upon the estate of Jacques Itcand-an, deceas
ed, have been granted to thenniiereigt-ed by the
clerk of tbe Cape tiirnnteaa Coart of Com
mon nea. ox capeblrarneaaeoai.lv. M'.rrouti,
bearing data the 22itd nay of Jannary. 11.
Ail peruana having claims against aaid estate
are required to exhibit vhem to him for allow
ance within one year from the itate of aaid let
tera or they mav be precluded from at.v bemnt
of aucb estate; and if aaid claima be nut exhib
ited within two yeara from the date of tho peb
licatiou of this notice Ihev will be forever bar
red. 1U&UY KOLWIXU.
IXF.CUTltlX NOTICE. Notice i herebv
-J given that lettcra of adruii.tbtration with
will annexed. aion the estate of John HuNer.
deceased, have been granted to the m.di ivigiird
hy the clerk of ttie Cat Giranlran l oiut of
CuniH'JU rit-as of lle (tiranlcao coai.tv, slls
aoori bearing date the 4th day of March, li.
Ail persona nanncciainia against saiu estate
are required to exhibit them to hc-r for allow
ance within one yi ar from the data of said Jct
tcrsorthey may be precluded from any beceflt
of such estate; and if said claims be not exhib
ited within two j ears from the date of the pub
lication of this notice they will be forever bar
red. KAN.NIK IIL'BKi:.
mr!2nl3 - Executrix.
APMISISTRATOR'9 NOTICK. Notice is
hereby jcivoii that Irttcrr of a-iraitiistration
upon thf rstate of Klza H. Whitled, dxea
tM.1. ha been granted to the nudtrr.ircti by the
Probate Court of Cap Girardeau county, licar
,f .late the 21st day of March.
All persona bavi cUiio acaitst said estate
a erttniivd to exhir it tbera to the nudfrvipned
for a'lowatice, itithiu ona var from tho date
ol said letters, or they tt ay be pseclitded frcm
any benefit of eich estate, and If said claims
b i not exhibited within two 3 ears from the date
of the publication of this notice, thev will te
fon v.r barred. 1UKUOOKK 8A0H.sk,
IXECL'TR X NOTICE. Notice is tiewby
- ft en that .utters ot attinlnlttmtiou upon the
estate of Henry Schepp'lir.at.r. deceased, haye
brer, r ran ted to tho nndriYifnicd by the eierk
of th Cape Girardeau Cxrnrt of Common Ph as.
of Cape ..rardi-u comity, alipeoari, beazii'S
date the 14th day of March, ix'i
All persons hart tiff c latins salrft raid estate
are rt'niriMi to exhibit them to her lor ailcw
a'ce within one yiar frum the date oi said
Utter, r they nicy be precluded from ai.y
bent tit of Mich estate; ad if taii claims be not
exhibit. d w ithin two rears from the date of the
:aUHcation of this notice they w ill be forever
FRF.DEKKKE SCIIEPPEI MA5,
n-rMrt 41 Executrix.
DMINISTHATOR'S NOTICK Notice is
upon the estate of Jrcib Schwab, deceased,
bave been CTanted to the or rieniirncd by the
c!rk I the Cape tiiranlrau Court cf Common
Tleas of i'ape liirurdiau e-u:.tv, Misbouri,
beari.tfr date the P.thdityof Slnn-h",
All persons lnivir ch'ims SKairpt said estate
are required to exhibit thm to it tin for allow
ance within one year from tbe dste of t-a-d let
ter rrthey may be pr-?lcdt-d from ar.y bcTM-iit
of ttch ettute; and if said claims be nut exhib
ited wtthin two years fmm the date of the pub
lication of this ilaticv tb-y will be ft rt ver bar
red. JAlOli li. SCHWAK,
mrl9;.4I Administrator. M
LL. D. by the
university oi ou
The Empress Eugenie paid one tt
sand francs (two hundred dollars)
ounce for a braid of hair that exa
matched her own.
Princk Bisvarck carries a stick w.
he walks, but not as a means of I
port. Uc carries it across his back'
tween bis shoulders, and its only
if it has any at all, is to keep him cr
Sir Roheht S. Hall's appointmenj
In thp Cape (iiTRr,,Piin Otirtnf Common PI; a?,
within mill fur ii;rcna:it or Crfw tiiri-ificaii,
autlStatvof Ui.Bouri. ilay'icnu law.
FfURL Ai;Y i'TII, J HI "2.
(.sella Enai.t, I'Li-tifT,
Jacob nrya-.t, Itf.inlat.
Onic-ror Publication i. VacMion.
N'OW at this rtsr ff-mfn t,:f i IcW'tiiT in the
a:Kvo rnttiliiifT.uo. IrrN re tl c Di;rJcr.i-n-ri
rl-rk of Xhr Cf-.w Olrcnifaa Court ott :n
tnor. l'ltTtB, Hitlitn a.I fur Xhv lt.i:i:iy ai.J
.tato afoiVraH. i.i vaiM'!i. ant l:)- i:i-r in-ti-tmn
and aitliiavtt. stptir.ir au." ? oth:r llii-pa,
that the sr:J 1 rv;t: t. .a.t-li i.nai t i a i o.i
rr.,M:!t of UieMF.tfor VIj-mmiiI "it is tiier.--orf
ord(r-l by thTlrk tl.it i shliration ho
mclf lotitvinV him tt-nt nt b?.s
(;:..; ii jv,t1 K.-isi iiim i.v rtiti''. r. V;; Cr i
iiritT'lf.".!. V:irt l O'i:mo:i p. uf s; it!
county afn -a! J. tV ei-jift of writ li 3& to nit
tiii. i a" 'iivortt trm t.i-V tends uT mr.tr:, .:t.
rr.'tr C'H:tlTsrt!f:I h-twep till.- f'ai::t:if a. 'i
Irlfintant, on !iu Kroii:.tl:i of al:u.uti.im t,
r d tnru iiuir:.iiliR otfcr.'fl hy kitt.t'.a-.t ii.
;jJai t.tr cs t tv.tt!T ! r ci l.:i'in itrnswlt.
ii 'd i!nt inlcs h' l r4r.il ri -ii-.r nt tin nt
trr.-al mid coart t L J'.l.'l-:i ?t ll i curl
iiir i;i the city ot t'ait (jirr.r Vr.j. a" of
Ii ari. on Moi-'l'v, tl:c ;rl tlzv of J!:-,
i'H. air.l o:i nr li.-.Vr? t!n t!ri;d tv thvr-.ir.
if tlit tf-rtu :hill v. 1.. i t:- u", if r t, tii n
w-f.irr n. l of tin t.-rm. rai'l iM ;,i..i w.Ii
It in fnrttwr or.I-n-1 ti:at a cy fciTt-o! br
WAi-aps-r fniblisltcl in sai.l cua';tT f r Ioct
Ts-.r.uo-nivtiv, tii- irvt itt rtmtt t. lie t
ie,-t ltit.i iltT' b-'f-sTf tlv cicrmi': r-n.c.il of
nr nrt wtiu of lUis court A trui eoyv.
Attc-t: . H. h.titl.vivv.
Order of Publication.
In th Capo GirRT.lrau Con:t of Common 1'lt ,
with.?, ami lur the Cuutj of Caie tiir-rUfi-u
Matt or Mif.Mtri.
Durcua C. Wi r.cra. PlaintifT,
AC A INST
fosIaJi Walters, Drfi'i-c'ant.
trdcrof I'nblicatioii In Vacation.
;m on til's i.tn d.iy or Alartrh. rcjr.vu
ir.e iiai:itttr uv attorr.rv. in thi aroi o
titlt-tt ranc l-fon tiw ni.tlrr. im rd rlt-rk cf the
t.ra-ii-a(i lonrt o ioniuion m-m with
ii a: 1 for the Donnty of t'aie liirardi-su an
stat; oi M twari, m vcrat:on, a:.d dies h-r
M't;tinn a:.d anNtnrit Hatirttf among yiht
thit.es that paid dTct.Ja:t Ji ninli WolttTb itt
i.oi rtisi.U1 t of tht Stctc of Sfi-voiir:. It i
thrriTnfc on'eivtHiy tltp clfrk that ninl!rr-t:n:
It nmdi totHyi-' him that an action l.a-i Iwi
tnmmnctd aicii st him by iMitio:i in the Cu t
tiirardeaa l4urt of Common rii'.is, ii said
rau.ity, the uhjrct and raior; vf uhich i i
tti.iaiti a dirnrc from Hie h.v!i, rf n'.atriionv
li'rt'lforecontractfl Ivtwtvn the i-Iaini-i? and
dffi'ndant on thr tTtn:tda t( nla:.dnr.in." t; tnd
unlcHf hs-b a:fl a,'iKarat thesext tTin.i oid
cvmrt to bp In, I ijr i nt tho rouri honst in the
city oi capo o.ramcrn, tate of Aiioun. o:
Monday, Stay Ti, l!-W, and on or bt fi.nr the
third da lhrnif (if the tfrm rhnll so lonfr cjm
tlnne, ir not then before the end ol the term)
raid petition will be heard ana iirocettiirgs lied
It in iurtiier ot1otc1 that a copy Iirreof be
pnhlirdied in the t ape (airanb-an lK3i.nAT, a
iiewiaper pnbltsbed in raid enu;itT for fur
weckt sncetisivolv. tt.e last h-.nrriioa In 1m at
lea-t Hi teen days" before the eomniencfnicnt of
m nt-xi wrm oi mis coun A int copy.
Attect . H. E.t.EL!iNX,
Shnritt's Sak) of Real Estate in
Napoleon Bmie. JIaria L. Akin. I.nkn R.
Ilowartl, .la;ne llwari. Jr. Aniie M. rhi-lipt,
una ,'uurmT 1 R:iup ncr nntca ia, jeni.ir
Kt-ilr and li. C Rilr h -r hu. ha id, Marr l.
I awBon arxt tiecrte V . Ditmiii her hu&t ai.d.
Emma Walfcerat.d Chri-tophtT llava Walker.
by bis guardian Emma Vali. T K parte.
BY Tirtne arid authority of a dcree for parti
tion and crdrr of eale nm bv the Cau
tiiraribfu ci:rt of Common Piwia in and for:
Caiw tiirardeaa connU-.lUiwoiiii ot Fridrr.tbe I i
ituii day of .Jannary, IR'2, the name heit the
flnh day of the Ja.marr trrm 1V2, f i aid court
in the abore eidHied cttiiae. a rrrt fried convof'
said deeree and order riu isiufi from the office ;
of the clerk of Raid eurt dated ths IV h day of
Maroh.K'J.ar.d delivered to m. I, theuider-
aieued bhfriiTof Cai Girarucau con-Jty, Mia
aoori, will, ou
Tuesday, the-Twrcnty-FourtU Day of
At the eoort house A-mr la the citT of Care Gir-
anleaii . ec.31.tr of Caue Giranlran. alis5uri.
between the honra of nine o'clock in the fore
noon a.d fire o'clock in tbe afternoon of that
dav. and duricg the etion of tre Car Girar
deau Coart of Common Fh-an, fell nt I'Sbiie
action, to the highest bidd;r on the following
TweT.tT-BTeperce:it of the parch a r moaej
to be paid In rah at the time of aale and a
credit of twelve moctha to be fefven on tbe r
maiuder. Uie purchaser or porehaera to pive
cote with approved accurity, bearir,fr e'ht
per cent. lntoret fmm Jdate of eaie
per minnm for deferred payment, ail the
ripht, title, lub-reat. claim and eatate of tbe
above narael petitiuiters, in ttie above entitled
eaofie, or In and to tbe following deMrribel real
estate sitaat e in the coauty of cape Girardeau.
ami Mtft.wif Miftmirt tit-nit:
t)ne bandrrd atd aixty (!) acres north fcalf j
(S) of the northwest narter (Hi and a-ntheast ;
quarter (S) of northwest quarter Mar.doorui- t
eawt quarter f1) of aontbweat quarter (U) of'
acctloii tweoty (2). towuftblp twaaty-aine
raKO eleven (11).
Alto, tnree auitarea ar.a seven i.it acres pt
ne Mart or survey immiwr tnrre looar-anu
twohnudred awleirhtT-thrre (3s.), in town
ahipthirtT (30), range thirteen (13).
Also scutbwest quarter of northeast
quarter (') and aouthrast quarter or
northwnt quarter, seellon thirtT-slx (),
towiuOup UurtT-Unre (Sii.ranre thirteen fli).
ptn4S shcriA Cpe Girardeau Com.)?.
Physician and Surgeon.
nffiAPlnrcarorTnekeT'a Drmr Rtore. corner
rod Pisc of frmilf. t
AMEBIOA'S FINE WHISKEY.
LYNCH & CO'S BOTTLING.
QUARTS AND PINTS.
Depots fur the sale of tbe above:
A. Wikciebteb, L. W. Miller,
A. Shivelbisbv Chas. Borey,
i. J. M BYER, JOS. JAEOKR.
AVOLFORD & SACKXAX2C.
B&See that our Kami and teal it
on every bottle.
PENSIONS, BOUNTIES, C.
P. C. COOTER,
Arcade Building, Mam Street.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOUKI
Pensions, Increase Fanalons, Boontiea Com
mutation of lutions, Land and I lomeataad aud
Pre-Emptlon Claims, and iu eisdi or stab
CLAIMS GIVKX rKOHrT ATtXKIlOIr
RKrruixcc: Dillirent attention to business
JOHN ST. AVIT,
Spftnleb Streo. coid Jwr frv: TnicTtaa
a.-. Cheapest House la the cUy f 3t
Qiissnswars ana Liassvare,
And will poj tbe niftiest Market Fric for
lie solicits a thare of public patrunmre.
Bave Adopted the
An.1 ts noir ma' in Hour that enn not bo
ex.-cMft br ar.- mill in tbo eounrry. A trial
of ilk- hrtlit-r IV-re-s rl -or will onaviuec maf
milv. rtf I .....I I r.i.r thnt it I. aiinerinr to lot
CIVS IT A TR.'AL.
W. POTT, Proprietor.
ADDLES AND COLLARS.
LSO I.EALER IX
And all other vpliirles.
I t:ar!.tee all my wcrk flrt-elaaa aud
prlrt-a as U-vr m sj.t fcoaoe iu tbe city. I
sfcoTT the Icricct ai.d best line of Rt'OtilK'2 and
CAKTS ia town, aud ncrai.tto LlfeTrti.i.-.g old
cymela that line. Ilefore pnrci:azh.? in 1:13
.i.e give i.i? a ccH a:id eoiiviiite yoiavflf.
Comrr IIir:ao:iy aud Sprigs, awl eurker Alaia
CAPE GiRARDEAU, MO
I- W- POTT. Frop'r.
PATS, nt -11 timps. tit. lilJiost rr.arVrt prir.
!r Wnoat a Ml V'l.:f. fni-t :!o: ,iii.-t::rv
a .'I c-'Vir- st wiirtl? ta'o r't;ill, n...ifr rul!
ffuaraiitre, llic lollonrinjr braii'is of yioi;r:
!!KX r. I'K II , : : 1'AT.A-r
I.H.V p Tim V.W.I. KY, Kiiba Fixer
Jt'KKN" oftbk CAI'K.
: I.. : : : : : Faxct
CSi:KOI.A. : : : : 'h-hik
Km.h cnrnl T4m Mor.l lor aale or .xehangf.
sl.i. ell H: .lur mill teed.
F.-r (ha ronv?ni?ncP of Normal
Stutletits we bnve cslublisbed
Store on Jlrrartway, between Miildlc
aud Krcilt'riuk streets where the
-KidouU will lind a full sitpjly of
STATION Kljy, Lt'NClI-l!ASKETS;
Vc also keep full supply ot first
class pnii-eries; ell ol which we sell
at low protit for ra-'j. Come and
see us, we will treat you elever.
Cape Ciiy Ro!!cr Mills.
Latest ImproTei Ecller Ptgcgss.
Ilaviip adopted th Holler Process, we arr
now iTtiared to make fl.'inrorthe finest irradea
A trial of nr Roller Prwin Flour will coa
vince yon that it ib the beat Floor made.
UlXll IS A TRIAL
STEiM BROS.. ProaVs.
CAPE GIKARDEAU, MISSOURI
ire 101 intEnsai 0 LneramrB
Teachers, journaltota writer.
professliMisl cople, la fact, every
one woo wisht-a to be Informed on J
litarw mattvra finouid tie a aub- i
la a alxteeu paaA nn-montniy u
l loarnal. with tetter aboat Uterary
auatfarrs rmm the toadlnc American and Furo
peaa cltle, arttoles from tbe pena of sifted
writer, fom tp about pcrannaliUea, and extensive
book review. Hetralar raiacrlptlon pre. itO
pr yer.r. Bend us twenty-five cent, men t losliut
Ibis paper, and we win fnd It on trial for faro
month I n.iea PublUhtrs Co..J Pnblleh
rs, Jka HawrvtU BailaUuc Baatoa.
Will give you
MOTHwRMwaaaaHa - ai
r v w vr vrvrvvvp-vvivi
j..-.., ... iuLuti
tw- , , r
I -want to speaks to 3roia
YWANT TO TELL YOU that we carry the largest
I . - r f f 1.1" . 1 1 . XrA mam ehASI
nne 01 nrst-ciass oouiing in mis marn-cu c "
more patterns, better goods, better made, and for lesa
money than any other house.
See our line of blue goods!
UMS OF G0QQS IS IMMENSE.
CUT AMD. MAKE-UP IS PERFECT.
PATTERNS ABE BEAUTIES.
SAJ.ES ARE INiQREAStKS.
PflflflQ wel macle perfect iittlngr. " ,-
uUUUu at the lowest possible price will telL Clothing;
for Children, Boys and Youths. Clothing for small menf
larsre men, medium sized men, fat men and lean men.
Call and examine our stock before you bay your spring;
suit. We do not promise to give you ten per cent to pull
some one in, nor to sell you goods at cost . if you will drum
for us, thereby robbing your friend of enough to pay youj
but will treat everyone alike and do a square business with
you. H. P. PEIRONNET.
I wo Alone own-.
for all DI9-J
r- ?vr ak
1 DEVELOPED, v atsawedg
i onrsns. woo are suffer-D
1 ino from Ff..MfWVOtTWl
':. and any Cxcw,or of 4
FOB A UMlTtOTUUBEt
I ffinrantce loJ
I method aaid ap-
Dca't breed o-cr yocr oetsiltlon, wJJ"Ji
irais.-.nds c the Worst Cees have Tleklcd to oor
i ThfMif .-.ad c( tbe Worst Cees
J seal sealed, post paKi. rncc, iur
ScaeetLfiiira eair.Wy, sail ct
jt'--fS. ESI ttSiO.V. i
S.CD3 Rafsrences. HaniQ
i 'VI LL
csj CriLO IT TIIC WKCLt
As a r'.r.-.n: noil
Luli-i - 21 BSC I
BIU B.UUiAt.NB AT
II. A. LKHKR'S
ARf -EPTntoek and eiM-rt lionsc lu J?oth-
J. M. MOUIilSON,
Spnalsh Street, Cape Girardeau, Mo
I will faroish pine joints and all rrmjrh InmWr
fnrisper l,iiw any whi-re in the city limits.
flooring and reiltiiK ehaicr rver told ip
the city. Io not b-av u:itt! yon pet my trlect .
g iMsmember no dravaca ou my lonibcr.
Harmony street near tbe Opera House.
PAINTER. IlKCORATnK N1J
JL OKNAMKMTA1. fAPKK llANUKIt, offrra
iiis vrvir ta the peui.l of Cape Olrar0.au
"a 1 ir;-ci a.s work a4 aatisfoctloa iniSTan
FEUD. IIPP, L SOU,
Cap3 Girardsaa Meal Hsrtct
Independencr Street, (Ferrl T.lpp's Old Stand.)
We Ii- remodeled oar shop, aud row have
the n I cent meat market in the city. Customers
may rent assared that thev will (tet the very beat
of meat and receive the kfmlebt tri-atraent.
Tr"rrvsh Jlcat aud San..afca of all ktuda cm
ana at an tiniea.
OF ALL KINDS.
White ami Yellow Pine. Ponlar. CnrreM.
Oak. bom, Walnut, Ah and t berry. Also
Floiri:ijt and Oil lap aU frradee. Unlfibing
J.unjler, Ithn, 8hi:.idca. Moaldiuza. Window
and ioor caseing .
5f Window nd foor framet; aU alica
mae to order on bhort notice.
LKdircml auywhbia i aside of ettr linilta.
! it-la T tali truaf Ctti.it tl t r7 11 f
I. W. 71 1 IXEIt, Proper
Independence Street Cape Girar
Fine Wine. Whitddea, Brandies and Oirara.
Mclirair'K elebrated Whifky always on band.
Vrh Ii always on tap.
EFineer Laiich every Korninc. mrtt
L. D. Wolford.
PRO PR I ETORS
Hqvtu Soon Vsvat 8r. Cbabxis Hotsx.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
STKE LIQTJOES A SPECIALTY.
Extra Fino Lunch every Saturday
tar Jog Business a Specialty.-!
1RS. W. SCHKADFR,
A Graduate with hooon, of tha St. TnU
chool of Midwlferr. and tha onlr cvadnat
Mid-wife In Cane, Girardeau. Pwif!---. on
Cctriew atraet, twudccraoaa of 9in1;(tra!t.
:'-r.r-r-3 TORE THI
See our line of new good si
Ite&rn and tb. a-
tempt of frtsoda and I
r cllane.a wui
have TlekW to cmHOUi
i.iui. ;rzJ.JJ SCZzX.
catai tue sgvavvj f "jfV
this papar when yoa writ.
IfVSTfM TO PEB.FECT HKALTH.
Hooftsnd's PodophylUn Pill
i GILBERT H. WILSON,
(SrccKSfra to ILrm M Itiuii.)
OS THE LF.VEX,
CAI'E G2RAKDKAU, MISSOUBf.
KEEPfl A rCLL LIS! or
Staple axo Fanct
-lven partlenlBr M ten tion to thm aMpfla
an't reeriTt:iE cf lrriht an1 KU or all kind.
Ilisaevcrnl vetra mprriccm hi this bniseea
will enable bin to pivo aatiafaetlM t all
patroua. He aJno kep a nod Mitfliaaat mt
frrM ami other Held seed . He toilette and will
enlfsrnr to merit the liberal pauvnar mi taia
ilRS. ELIZABETH E01H.
Kesider.ce eMoer nsraor.x Hlddl. stmt..
oiiWm o. nr.
St LohU School ot Mtd-rVintv
Twntjr-flT. T.sra eTtperlwnee.
t?-.M calla promptlj (tuUd.M W asl
N. L. COFER.
Contractor and Builder.
Wenld TOspectfallT tkfbrs ta. thst b. la
Ms llu.. and
that ia tbe rot are be will allow
jm.j.airu in sii amus oi wors iu i
worAmui to outlerbld hia.
- SCOTT'S -Lightning
An der ludependcaee Strata,
Iat der Plats w. lnr n riuigw Stud, ate
Eeste Hahlzeit fner 25 Cts.
tDer sehanste uwl leinliehst. P1.M la mm
StaTt. Kouusr mail besuoht mlek.
M. A. SCOTT,
CAPS eiBAEOtAV. U9
Cigars, Tclacco Fine Candies
FARMJm ISBHCG TOCK PRODUCE AXD
fiST YOUK MOXKY'S WUKTU.
We sell avt prices that
CALL AND SEE CS.
WARREN & SON.
Opposite Stnrtlivant Bank.
L. P. EUPP,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
Artificial Teeth on Gold. Sllrer or Taleaait.
base-from one tooth to. full set. PlTot teeth
tol(, SiWer aud Poreelaln emrns. BMUte j
on the rana:a of n.t.ral teeth Pvr. Uq.14
Nitrona OvmIr 11k.. Sn. th. n.l mIm. .nui
! of teeth . All work wamatcd to si v. satlsfse
tion. CIiSTves i.asofiahle. fifteea Tear.
Eraetleal experience. OfSee .psUirs I .BoaMT
uildiDt, comer Broadwaj ao4 MaiaatlMt.
JOHN FRE1TZEL S CO.,
Rapatplag Keatty Bona.
Roofing and Guttering
A SPECIALTY . .. -MAIN
CArE GIUAKDEAU. yKSOUW