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Official Criau of tlie Tax-Payers.
CAPE G1BAUDEAU 110.
SATURDAY, JCNE 25, J89i
epablleaa Mat Ticket.
For Governor Mai. fn. Warner.
For IJottt .-ijorernor Radvlph Mueller.
For Secretary of State Henry T. Alkira.
For State AndiUaWoha M. Weeks.
For State Trca&nrer Fred. J. Wilson.
For Attoroey-UcocralIavtd Mnrphy.
For Kailroad Commissioner-W. 8. Hatha
way. For Jadgeaof Snpreme Conrt Charlea Sagel,
W 8. Shirk, W. W. Edwards.
Forjudge St. Loais Conn ol Appeals W. I.
Kates for AMBasmrnsenCa.
For ConKTeaaman .,...l." 00
For State Senator MM
For Representative lu o
For droit Judge 10
For Common Fleas Jndge Ill W
For Collector w oa
For Sheriff .... Hi
For County Treasurer 10 00
For Assessor 7 Of)
For County Surveyor J Oo
For Township offices S OS
Theacratea are for annoeucements lu both
Daily and Weekly. Mo candidate will be an-
Bounced until the announcement fee ia paid.
FOR COMMON PLKAS Jl'IlCE.
We are authorised to announce
a a candidate Tor .lulre of the Common Dean
(Vmrt. snltjcct to the dscitiiou ol the Ut-pnblican
Loniiualing couvcuuou .
FOR COL'M V COLLECTOR.
We are autliorizcd to announce
an a candidate for Collector of Cape Cirnrdenn
Connty. sulj-ct to the decision of the KepuMi-
cau nominating coniTiiiion.
Wc are authorized to ennonnce
It'DsoN M. Rammh.,
aa a candidate ftr Sheriff of Chn ;irardcan
county, fruoject 10 me necifiou ol the Ih-publ
can nominating convention.
FOR COUNTY TRASCRF.lt.
Wc are authorized to announce
FlttDRillCK Kiks, Sa ,
an a candidate for the office of TreaMircr of Cate
4iirarJean county, sulijeet to the decioiou ol tiie
itepuoitcan nouilnauiiK convention.
We ara authorized to announce
D. A. Nu hols
aa a candidate lot the oflice of Assessor of Cafie
(liraidean county, auhject to the decision 01 the
Republican nominating convention.
We arc authorized to announce
F. II. Wr.LTicicu
aa a candidate for the office or Assessor of Cape
4iranleaa county, auhject to the decision ol the
Republican nominating? convention.
Emmons Blntne, son of ex-Secretary
James G. Illnine, died at liis home
in Chicago last Saturday. Voting
ISlaine wag Vice-President or the
ISaltimorc & Ohio Kailroad Company.
A boat that would go under water,
lie fully in control of the operator
and be capable of making; trips at a
fair speed of several hours in dura
tion, with perfect safety to the men
on aboard, would revolutionize
naval architecture. The submarine
boats have dono this much except
perhaps in the matter of speed, but
they do not do it every time. They
arc not certain to work when wanted.
Some of the title snobocrary of
England refused to receive Mr. Potter
Palmer, of Chicago, during her recent
visit because her husband is a hotel
keeper. It is unite likely that the
noble snobs s ho refused to rccogui.c
31 rs. Palmer were members of .the
beer peerage, who are gradually converting-England's
aristocracy into a
sort of brewers' trust.
Smu Jones, at a revival meeting at
Nashville, Tcnn., Suuday night, made
Mf old Tammany were to go to
bell in a body and knock at the door
the devil would oulv let them in one
at a time. If he were to let them in
all at once they would kuock him on
the bead, elect their own devcl and
run things to suit themselves.''
Senator Wilcott, of Colorado, has
dono sonic good work duriug bis
career, but if he had never done any
thing else than shatter the precedent
of a century by entering the Senate
chamber attired in a striped shirt, a
silken belt and a tan colored shoes be
would have deserved well of his cou-
stittiencv and ot the country. It is
time that health ami comfort shall
have a voice iu the hot weather attire
of the American gentleman, too long
subjected to the 'sweating system" of
broadcloth and starch. It would do
the Senators good to lollow Mr.
Wolcolt's breezy example.
The latest impeachment ol Colum
bus is that he was a sea rover and
buccaneer; he cut off the bands and
lect of liis captives; he was a slave
trader, and his thirst lor gold was un
appcasiblc. In other words he was
the seaman of the Fifteenth and nol
ot the Nineteenth century. The ex
plorersot a century later would fit
this description almost equally. Drake,
Frobisber and Hawkins were bucca
neers, scoured the Spanish Main for
silver and gold, made slaves of their
captives, and practiced numerous
things which the Xiucthcciith century
lias cast aside as belonging to the
cruelty and wrongs of feudalism.
There is much too little chivalry
among lawyers for the good of their
profession. Worse still, what there
fs is discouraged and discredited as
much as possible. A lawyer who rc-
arde In legal Iraimug as imposing
upon him duties to prevent or expose
wrongs is too commonly considered
Visions ry and quixotic Possibly this
mar sometimes be the fact. Even
then it is better than a policy of sel
fish indifference that may prove more
profitable and more promotive of
personal ease. It needs a brave heart
rod ail tie encouragement thai friends
can gif e to sustain a lawyer who has
undertaken this difficult task, and
this, at least, should not be withheld
from any mho seem disposed to recog
nize that they dave duties to the pub
lic as weB aa to tneir paid clients and
lo their own pursca.
Twenty millions more for ieu
sions'' Is the latest Democratic out
cry at Washington. Millions for
rivers, harbors and creeks, but not a
cent lor the wounded Union veteran
soldiers, is the cry ot the Democratic
But who is responsible for the pen
eion appropriations? Who but the
Democratic solid South, the iustigv
tors of secession, who from the time
that they tired upon the Stars and
Stripes at Fort Sumptcr up to the
time of Lee's mrrcuder were con
stantly inakiug up the pension roll
of Union veterans.
It comes with bad grace lrom any
Democrat, and particular)" from any
Southern Democrat, to object to
pensioning the deserving Union
vcloraus of the war.
The Party That Keep Its rramlaea.
When Governor McKinley declared
at Minneapolis that licpiibliran con
ventions declare principles and
policies and purposes and when in
structed with power they execute and
enforce them,'' he made a statement
whose truth every Republican will
recoguize. The platform of the Na
tional ltepublirau Convention of lsss
lurnislies a strikiug illustration of
this salieut fact. That representa
tive body of l.'cpiibliciins declared
that '-the Republican party will effect
all needed reductions of the national
revenue and by such rovl-ions of the
titrid laws as tend to check imports
of articles produced by our people,
the production ot which gives em
ployment to our labor, ami release
from import duties those articles ot
foreign production (except liixurio.-)
the like of which cannot be produced
The party of progress has grandly
fulfilled promise. The free lit has
been notably increased. The value
of articles imported free of duty dur
ing the year endiug March 31. 18:1.
aggregated 1,-294.235. or 31.K5 per
cent, of the total imports for that
year, the value of merchandise on
the free list imported during the year
ending March 31, 1NU-. amounted to
i$161,47S,.V.!3, or 5.ri.l3 per cent, ot the
whole value of the imports for the
The importation of dutiable com
petitive articles has very greatly de
creased in value as an cll'cct of the
McKinley law. But one of the most
convincing proofs of the beneficial
results of the measure is eecu iu the
notable increase iu exports since the
passage of the bill two years ago.
The excess of exports over imports
for the three vcars ending March 31.
18S9. was $r2rt.9S4,7:t!, while for the
three years ending March 31, WJ'2, it
AVhcn the Republican party
promises to do anything it docs it.
What a Pity
that so many otherwise attractive,
polite, and particular people nlllict
their friends by the loul ami disagree
able odor of their breath: it is inainly
causcd by disordered digestion, and
cau be corrected by removing the
cause, by using that pure medicine,
Sulphcr Bitters. Health Magazine.
Ilarrlavn and Reid.
Xo ouc who has observed the
tendency of Mr. Whitclaw Weid
tortuues will be surprised that a
nomination for so reposeful yet
potcutial an ollice as Yice-rresidenl
should be their latest development.
Xo student of I'rcsideut JIarrisou's
policy iu bestowing honors and in
apportioning the responsibilities of
his administration will be surprised
that he should have preferred to make
his second effort for the Presidency
in company with a distinguished
journalist. Xo ouc will deny cither
that of all the newspaper editors
whom the l'rcsideut has officially
associated wifi himself, Mr. Kied, by
the brilliancy and value of his achieve
ments while iu ollice, is 1-y far the
best entitled to Ik- taken on the Re
publican Xi.tioii.il ticket.
I'ulikc the late Mr. Grecly, who.
while editor of the Trihunc. a!o ran
on a Xational ticket, Mr. Kied is an
iinlli-ckcd partisan of the party nomi
nating hiio, He is a straight-out Re
publican of r.laiuc-llarrisou antece
dents uudisputcd, and lie has never
shown so much as a twitch of the
Mugwump palsv. lie has not Dr.
Greeley's power of imagination, but
he is eminently qualified lor high ami
exalting ollice. He should make a far
Iiclter Vice-l'rcsidcnt than Greeley
could have hoped to make a President.
Between Reid and llarrisou there is.
in addition, an unusual sameness of
disposition to control the emotions.
Xeithcr is demonstrative iu iiis way
of speaking or performing, aud yet
each is prctly sure lo understand the
business in view aud to hit upon the
most promising method of doing it.
Neither might shed upon it the illumi
nation of genius that would make its
performance pleasure, aud rally his
following with enthusiasm, yet any
plan ol action cmiuatiug from cither
of these gentlemen would be sure all
the same to receive a powerful aud
dclirmincd support. When it conns
to Xovcmbcr next the Republicans
won't go lo the polls with so much
uoisc and shouting as on some preced
ing occasions, perhaps, but they will
go with votes iu their bantkviud they
will be cast lor Harrison aud Rcid.
eal Ealatc far Hale.
Choii Farms, 40 acre tracks.
Acre lots ui city lots.
3 nice residences.
This properly will be sold for hair
cash and bolauce time to suit pur
Come ud see me if you want a
home. J. M. MosRifioN.
v'Cipe Girdcau, Mo.
There's a good time coming for ocu
lists and opticians," remarked an eye
specialist recently: "Awhile ago the
blackboards in the public schools aided
us greatly in sending to ns round-eyed
children for treatment for near-sightedness.
The press all over the country
called attention to this fact, and the
method of instruction in the public
schools has been changed for the better
in that respect. lint a new class of
patients is coming on. These cheap
editions of standard authors, where
thousands upon thousands of impres
sions are taken from one set of stereo
typed plates, ore ruinous to eyesight.
The letters ore blurred and greatly
smeared so that they mn into each
other, nothing being clear and distinct.
The Fame is true of the cheap editions
of the 'Encyclopedia Johnbullanico,
which tnny not be eo bad for occasional
reference." but will, if stuck to, put out
t':e eyes of the innocents, who. If they
knew the dreadful fate b-.-fure them.
would plead as pathetically against the
cheap editions as little Prince Arthur
with Hubert against having bis eye
balls scared with hot irons at the com
mand of cruel King John."
A New tnsnlntor.
A new material p issessin? Improved
Insulating properties. is announced, the
nrti'de being comptised of seven pounds
of snlphnr. one and one-half pounds of
pipeclay, one and one-half p w.nds of
side du:it, two otir',e3 (if pmfiine wax,
ai:-l a variable quantity of o::i !e the
amount of this latter to !e added de
pending chiefly npn;i tho o!or which it
is desired to give the mixture, and may
vary from nnc-half tounc-fmiAh of the
tt;d weight cf the other ingredients.
In the process of raakinjr. p this mis
trvo the clay and the slate dn?;t are
first thoroughly comp-mnded together
by grinding, the materials being heat
cd: the paraShie wax is tlca ad-ieJ,
and the mixture Incorporated into a
past". After being exrusvl for a lira",
br means of which it becomes dry and
hunt, the corapsition is jrr.nind to a
powder, and then combine:! with the
proper quantities of sulphur and metal
lic oxide, when it is la a pr.iper state
A ooon text for a temperance sermon
was found the other day in a western
town. In a whiskv barrel found in a
back alley were discovered forty-ciht
reptiles of various hinds and per
suasions. Those who are always ready
to defend the cause of liqnc.r claim that
these snakes took rcfuc iu the barrel
from the cncrcachiiif hi-h water. lie
that as it may, the. snakes were there
all the same, and made a horrible sight.
This is another argument which Kra
peranec people should use against strong
drink. Think i f it! exclaims a con
temporary. If forty-ei-jht saukes can
be produced in eh enpty tihislcy bar
rel in a short :-paec- cf tirae. how many
snalres would you tappese ure. con
tained in the builcr of a lun-time to
per? A frw days ago the Columbia ri-cr
was reported to be svrarrasn;' with de
licious little fish known oola.-haas.
It was the beginning of the animal
gTeat run of the fish, which lasts usu
ally ten days. The oola -'-ans furnish
the Indiausoneof their principal items
of food for about six months of the
year. Five canoe loads of fish were
caught by a few Indians with the oid
fashioucd rake the first day of the run.
llcfurc. coal oii wcse,.i.nao:i t';e hidiuus
dried the fish in frri-:' quantities t-j fur
nish light in the v. i:u-.-.-.
Trrr. laf:! t dnU in tli f-ooirty u;y U
the "hyxr.oliff srv.ial," v. huh l::u Ir.-i-a
griny ahimt Tr the pu.t thrv .rcl;s.
Acmpany of frk n:!s ir ir.viti- J aa.! s;a
amateur uypaot 1st hrr:,; .t ) i u .io
pnxte1s t' tlirorl tT:? fx!; - i rnu'r-nec
by exjrrimonts uith vr-ivtis p.-rr.i2:i tf
thecompanr. There arc tliroo or ft.ur
of these amateurs v.hnre pie!:ir.!f up a
fen: dollars through tht-.o c::lii!iititm.
One of them, a clerU, H banl to
be developinK" ta saeh a m.;rvchius
way that hi fr!eat!s aro eudeavtir
ng to persuade him th;it lie er-uM inale
a fortune cs a full-flov 1 pnfes5ional.
The vhaleba-iek bteamers are making
their way on their merits as la'.ie and
sea-faring vessels. At t 'le presi-nt time
two of these vessel s are in f.uvesnful
openitinn. the V.'etmcre, whieh made
the trial trip from Dnla'.h to Liver; 1,
and the Jos"pit L. lly, v.l.i. h plies
lietweea Uosttm aiul South A;:ieriean
ptjrtj. liut i'i the eonr.-:eif a : hrl tinu
a w-hole fleet is U be put on th; raciflc
as well as the Atlaittie, A citnpany has
been formed with a e;.pitul stn lt i.f t-n
milliin dollars whl-h has u'r.-aly (iven
orders for the baldi;:"; A a number of
DrntNG the May term of the r.nperior
court at Oirtbou. .Me., a number of
alien3 were tiatnrali. 1, ame.n them
on Irishman. When the clerk put the
question: "Do you renotirioe u!l alle
giance to tlie'ji:een of (treat Britain and
Ireland?" etc., the Celt replied: "111 jro
liaelc on the queen; but. yom" Kian, 111
never g"o 1-neU i n e ld Ireland revcr!"
The lawyers rmiletl, the spectators tit-
terexl and .Fude Uobiusn laejfhed out
right. The candidate's conditions were
ccepti!, and he grit hia papers.
A I!ostox mi-reliant lias a pQ-niDasium
for hib ftinjalt- i-i::plo i-s, who iro pro-
fi-selonally iiistriK-tcd from live to hij
o'clock i-vt-ry creiiintf. Tlicrc arc sij
huuilrrtl of tlu-in ami their i-mplovct
haa ti tn-r-t tlit-m nil with the fjfnt1-ct
cousiilcratlon lest he be knockeu out in
One of the worst "calamity howlers"
that haa nppeaivd lately is Howting
Hoar, an Indian who proclaimed that
withia two years a great famine will
spread over the entire country, and that
there will bo neither corn, wheat nor
grass and that all animals will die of
A coppEnsaiTH at the Hath (Me.) Iron
works has hammered a miniature tea
kettle from a snail copper cent. The
small teakettle has a swinjing handle
and movable cover and nozzle. Just aa
any teakettle has, and water can bo
boiled in it.
Oil one of the islands oil the coast of
Maine lives a man. now fifty years old,
who was born there and has never been
off the island lie has accumulated a
fortune in the grocery business and is
content to live and die on tho few sea
crt acres. '
Coxsecvative estimates place tho an
nual disbnrsemeats of the insurance
companies of the United States at
ejhty-fire million dollars. -
Growth of Criminal Classes.
Probably one of the greatest danpers
to organized society is fennd in the
zriminal classes. The laws of the pro
duction and confirmation of criminals,
with their treatment, should be among
the most thoughtfully studied branches
of political science. The number of
convicts in penitentiaries in 1BS0 was
Zi.XtS, while in 1X It was 45,233, an In
crease In ten years of 0,095, or 2 7.28 per
cent., and during this Interval the total
population increased only at the rate of
2I.S0 per cent. Again, the total number
of prisoners in the county jails in 1SS0
was lJ.C'.U; in IS!K), m,5:vs, an increase in
ten years of fl,M7, or ut the rate of M.V.i
per cent. Coming to the inmates of ju
venile reformatories, wc Ond the num
ber reported in 1SS0 tvos ll,4ftS; lu 1SU0,
14,840, aa increase of 8,:".7S, or 29.40 per
cent. It Is thus shown by recent sta
tistics that the various grades of crimi-
i P"P"''"n ""' increasing more rap-
i ii.. .i .1 i .. . : ... l 'i -1.
Idly than the population ut hirge. The
same results hnrc been shown by pre
vents census reports. It must also be
rememlirred that a large number of ac
tual criminals are nt nnder confine
ment, and are hence not included in the
figures showing their increase. It has
evidently become a vitally important
question for decision by society as to
the bc?.t plan to pursue toward the
criminal. The Popular Seioncc Monthly
holds it to lie a fact proved by i.tatislics
that a large percentage of criminals aro
defective cither physically or mentally,
and hare had on unfavorable heredity
and environment. I'r.tler the general
system ia this country no attempt is
made to rehabilitate them during con
finement. Criminals are first made to a
certain extent by itnf.u-tunat; heredity
and unfavorable social conditions, and
then confirmed by imprisonment. Wealt
character and environment bring out
the uniittest elements, und society by
its treatment hastens to provide fur
Ir mpy lie safely rtatc-1 Ihrtt Astoria
Is the only city in the world that can
boast of atom." sea li in. During the
ling season of last v-rar a fisherman
narued Pete Andrews, i:i inahing his
haul, brought to the snrfa-c a Laby r.ea
The little creature wat so help-
less and bleated , f laiotively that the
Oshenaan, tahin-' litv, brought it
, ... , . ." V.
ashore with hua. Uur-.ng the winter it
was fe.l, n.iil l"a:ne ffrvatly iiitaclunl
to its r.w.tor. This r.ta:m t!io 3'mm;
sea Hou Is alKiwt-il to fuvnpriity tlio
astvrn, cvr;i as Y.g will tallow IiU
i-!:iit. r When tht n.-t U Iiful.sl in t!i
animal wtll c-ir.c alonbidc and hurk
until it re'ivr.i the nllownnccof fish
uhi?hthe Gshfrrnnn m;ihcs u practice
of jriviutf it at every hauL It L cer
tain a uni-jue pot.
A pispatcii frt-mCiiri:,ti;!uia Rays that
defraying' the ctst tf building un l main
taining t!ie Vikitiff .ship which it u pn
p:acd totAM.d to the world's fafr. It is
the iiiU'iition to nan the ship with the
ablest Norwegian uiilors prcur;llc
and to navijraio it across the A?hintl
nlthongli the attmpt is regarded as a
very haa rlous ouc When the ship ii
on exhibition nt Chicago alonide the
t anrcls of Columbus it is thought the
Norwegian fla? floating from the mast
head r.-ill lear witness to the intrepidity
of Xorso seamen, both in olden days
and ut present. Those havinrr the cn
terurise hi ehare will tuh!in!i two
. . . , . , . .
IKiuipiiiei. ime on uic iki;i :.inp ana
the other on the discoveries of Li il
Texn'sylvama i;itenti.s to make ahor
cfw:tiltural exhibit wliich will 6urpas
anythiuf tho!i;rt ever made. A:idc
from fruit: and viticulture, ia which
the Ma'e will not attempt to outdo
other portions f the country, ull
braachtsof lortLult:tre ill be splen
didly n-preenteU. tieoio V.Childi,.V.
J. Drexel and several others, v ho have
very larjjeand valuablecolle'tious, will
pivo or loan to the cxjiti.in their
ilncst and rarest plants, somo of which
cannot be duplieated.
Maki:iagf- may be a failure In Sun
Francisco, and it-may not, but it is in
teresting" to note that comparatively
few people ore making the experiment.
During last year there were only S,2fl
marriages in the city, less than 1 1 to
the 1,000 of the city's population. The
rate in Loudoa is m'ie tluin 13 pvT
1,000. What it Is in the vari jjs cities
and states of tho union b not recorded
Tue new government rir.latiors ro
Ti;rinfj distilled spirits V be weighed
instead of (fuae'! for taxation purpises
are rep;)rt'd a.s &pieezing' the whisky
tn:st- The iutern:d revenue depart
ment ofileials have feathered some sta
tistics on the subject, and tiie fiuiia
fiiiow tli?.t in t!ie Cliieajro and I'eoria
districts tlie daily increase ia receipts
of ta.ei from spirits Is over three thou
A sxw brand of bi-ycli-s U ad
vertised as being "built on hunor." A
judge out west starteJ to ride one the
other dy and the honor on which the
wheel was built did not save his honor
from bciug so mussed up when the
thing capsized thut his closest friends
passed him upon the street without rec
Hev. I'ixix JIavs, who is now a Bap
tist minister of Indian territory, was
formerly an Indian chief. He was born
In Dakota about seventy-five years a&;o.
and participated ia many battles be-tv.-i
en his race and the ivhitcs. lie was
converted to Christianity about ue
Tiie latest fad in the lino of collect
ing is that of colored posters the bills
with which the enterprising poster
adorns boards and fences aud dead
wallsabout town. In I-'ranee end in sev
eral of the German cities this new mania
has taken a deep hold and is spreading
It is said on good authority that Har
vard distributes about eighty thousand
dollars a year among its students as aid
and reward in the forms of prizes, schol-
Torre factories in the United States
consumed nearly two million eggs a
year in making the peculiar kind of pa
per used by photographers known as
A jrDoi in a Massachusetts divorce
court has laid down the law that when
a woman obtains a divorce she shall not
be permitted to resume her maiden
I.x western Texas no rain to speak of
has fallen since December, and an area
larger than tho state of Illinois is
threatened with drought.
Talunble Farm Land For Hale.
810 acrca bottom land, one half clear and an-
dcrcoltivaUon Ruin:iiir watT. two (-frings
that never net dry. 0:ie and a half mile from
Ardeola. on the Cotton Kelt !tailmad and three
quarter of a miie from the 131oiiuVIi a.id I'op
lar Hlntrnraiteh Railroad. Jteiujr Seetin'i il
and IS. Township rT, Range 11, in Stoddard
iUui A Astuolx, Real Estate Agrenta,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Notice iff hereby alen that the co-partnership
heretofore existinic lielM'ecu John r'renzel
and Henry A. I-her, u:td-r the llrm name of
lohn Ftvnzel A Co., 1 this day diecolvtd by
mutual c J:ictit. John r'renzel retiring from the
husiiiet-aof the lirrn. ThcbuniiH-Mi Kill be con
tinued by Henry A. Iht-r who asi-aniea all
liautltie for pood-, wares ai;d nu-rrjiandie
Sorcha&cd by said linn and collects all accounts
ue the lirni".
This lilh day of Ju:ie, ls92.
li. A. Juaitu.
Valnable Farm and Timber Land for
Keel & Asthoiz Real Estate Aeenta.
The South half of ttie North ea.t tpiaTter and
the Wcstlialr of toe Southeast unart. r of Sec
tion Is, Township ill. Kan;rc li. nil am-.
The Nortlica-t quarter ot the Sotitlica-a
fuarter of Section 1:J, Township 1, Raiie 11
A Iso I-ot 2 of the nrthwcpt quarter, ljt i of
the Southwest quarter. Section 1st, Township
l. Itanpeli. East on CottoubcSt R It. and
(,'aie ii St. L. 4 '. S R. R. Caie Uirardean
Ordor of Publication.
In the Cafic Uirardeau Court of Common VU as,
within ami lor the coiintv or Cain- tairardt-au,
anitSteteol Misoitri. lu vacation.
Tiicksuav, M tT liltil, lite.
Saii-t Kiltie Foazeu, llonore tustave Fouirt u
aud fauliu Fuutff u, plaiutiS,
Alliert An.cni-t Constant Foui-u and I'auline
Foutrt-u lit- Colter, defendants
Action for Partition of lte:d F.-tate
VOW at tlc dav comes tiie j.l&ii, tilts herein
ii attorn y Iwror'-tiie iiTi'lersinned el. rk of
the Ciijic ;irunh-au Court ol oimiiio.i i'lci,:-,
nitlitn at-.d tor the county of tape l;irnr-h-ati
ard state ot Missouri in vaeatioo. and lile tie ir
p-titioa ai d uSt ie.vit in ctiiim-, stating
aiMon other liiini. that Alhert Au.'iit
Coittnnt Fou:-n a.xl I'nnlii.e F' -en IlcCteler
the detei.dartts hi-rei'i are l.iiii r ii-i:ts ol the
sat-l Mif-i-oi;ri It is. tlu-ref-ire or-leretl i.y
tl:e ch-rk a!'kr-.-aid, itt neat io.i.t lint putilirntion
he made notifying tin-tri that an n(-t;o:i ha lH-e:i
coinuienei-ii against tlit.'n hv petition in tiie
face (iirnrdeuu Cinrt ol Common I'leas. in
Cnpe lir:irdi-au, MiM-nri. tie- tiem-nd ohii-:t
a-d nature of which n h-r inrtitio:t a:.d diii
eion of lhefoniiitf.'de!eri!:i-'l rt-a! estjit-sit:it-
theeitvantl coin. ty i.t Lniie liirardeau a: "l
stale of Alitfturi. oi.e 'f the stbtes ol the
I liitt -l .tiilt-a to A:i:ir.'a. t"-uit:
Tart .l lot nniiilH-r. d two t-). in ra:.jre l. in
!-e city ot al-e iorardi au in the cuntv of
C2e tirarih-ftii and slate ef MiM-Miri. mere
l-artieiiKiriy uei-cnin-.i ai.a oou-.ik'l a. loliuus,
lie.cin at the :tt rtn r-.-t rr.mer ol ;aid lot two
f.'l in rnn'e li. in mid eii.-. run lin-n ,---?-t
aloni; llroudnnv. lorim-riv llaTtiio.iv sln-i t. one
lin-!Or.I tliirtx.li.iir I'l .! Ii.i t ou.i-.- i.r 1,..
to Minn street, fofmerlv to-nnan street, then
Vi ' i Hl T -' V
Bnadway streut e humln-d a d thinv-ronr
l::i le-t i.ion or h-A-to Wat. r :-tr-i t. th-.: m i
,...rth ah.nit and i-araM -1 with Water .tree:
f(.rtv-M 11-ilt.tt at.tl v'zUt I -I i.:t-t..., to th
(ii-wrilwl ltt if a Inrt? tr-strj lirirt Snil.iii
k::)wn n.- thr Koufti .n :in-n .
Am.'nir tin plaint iff- b;:I tl-'it mtt-nts n.rcr.li.':
to ilifir rt'ntiivf rights ft t !rlli in their ti;-
j .,t u- mn-l.-1.1 Limit.' iiavt- mi.i r.nl . .-V.:r
! '! the Tm-ts uf ai, i-aii- tli.i.U.I
.ttiio:ic the hatin avfunlin Ui tii' ir rt-F-fv: iv
int. rots, n.'il ttmt u ltT tin y Ih- a n! ityt :r :.t
tiie iu-t St I'Ui1m r t-riii f tltis cim n !.
liohlrtt nt thf cmrt tK.ne hi the rilv r i.;hn
iirnrlr:in, S.it' ot Mir-f-curi, M,:i!t';iV th
-.f.th 4nv ui Sfj-Tfiuhrr. ai ) n,-. i.r ih'f.rv
the tiirl ilay iln-nl, ir tin term t-tmll s 1mlt
eiiiiti:.ni, ifi.u!, tin.) ln-u.rt tin- i".l 1 lln
t-rtn. nr.I answer thv . titim lu-rt-ul. .in-tirnu' it
nmi leri w ilt lie r-i;t rt l fir ..Vrtiiiian if
t-ai4 n al ei-laU amo p tl:.M' ei:tittl tlnT-.-ttt.
arcf-rilii jr tn tin-t-r mill inrt. a nl ii
the rva! 'tnteraniiol It ilivhlitl in ki-:. with
out j-n-ju'liee, tinu t&e it-urt will imli-r thr
tai'l n-al 'st:.tcri'l'l
ir i l:rth t nrli r ! tliat n rj.v lit-nf le-I'Ub!i-ln-l
( thv ft t.irnr-!' an !:;i:i.u;r. t
i i-w?inj'T t'uhiiIu l in tin--itv aii'l r:i..ty f
('ajf iTitr!t nu ior f-ur w i kfMirvc iv-Iir. 'tin
last i-iMTtiim to hv nt lt nt liltccii tiny l-t un
til coi)itiic..et.'n.fni ot the m-xt S"it- inhiT ti-nn
ol t liia- eurt. A trin- riv
Atti-ht: K. II. K N - V. f i A N N , CIrk.
Wilson & Wliirtl.AU, Att r.ivs.
Notice to Contractors.
The niidi Tvifrttil (; It-it f Hitric I. Town
shti No. .". I.'nnyi' II. will rviijv. (hl.-l l.i
htt th' erertitm of ft M-hol Ihhw Hilt, wilt
Ih reeeivi l m to Jm'v is i. nt '2 o'ri.Kk i.
m . nt KfnM Mi!N, "Mo. S'h.Hl hmit-v to be
eunipl'-Uti l;y trtoli-r 1st. l-it
Svr ik i ati'iNs: I raiiK' Imhis' t Ii
build o:i pilliir oiiifcry nTim t if utwml t tnw.
1'illnrs to be Is hirlli s in ilic priU;ni, ?4 j.;rlic.-
fare nt ti-ittcm :-. in nt-hi-s at t-' l'Ht.ir
' rit ? i ativ tin pn-ir-.l. .vn tn (,,-
j ,mt.i Mmi,. viutr "ik ! !' i.t F.-ur -Hi- 1
I !M-' r- 1 i;ii--t l'.nar hr.i
in; i":r!rtr iMth "i iin-li ni:i. Kour
lit ("'-t.- . I-.', itra-vil w rtli rive f P. t ia-i
osill ar.'t tl'-r.-Ii::. S!,t-.tT-tfrii
itiih ni i with .' Ii:-es of lTT-!.ji:. ill t
t!.-.vtt..i; i ti-iirs ortsill. J'liitr-s -:J. -,:;.lar
i;:iM-r. ii;with ' (.tle'i n t II it;. I. .m.-
i"ri.iec o-i ;it- a :i 'ait-. To In- wi-attu r
loarli-l w it!i iir..t--;a..s (lre-M-j io;Iar
WiikIoW to b 4 li'htx Hxtt i irlu . ein-lr ()
i ij-it- n-l on wit It tri;i -t.t..s :t!:.f n-.i
J-"W. ; wi-.ii'w. on i-aeli sj'b Jl'-t-f To '
nt;ili-o lirvt-el;.-'' cwt-l rin-n fliniitf. !
i r':iis lohK ii.rli'-F w oli- a"u ,-ive't 4 j:.rh.i
to th wt atUer. 4 l'r to hi lai- with t
.Ias:-i i- e( ii rlies ui'le. tnlls to b wniM-mntt-fl
r r.ft biifh ntA to havi- two e-Bt- of oil.
Kilaure ol' w ll ai.l ei-ilii to bf ltiti4tl ntnl
jiljtfti ri i in bant (Irtish iK:t- i-tillnr l aiu
sikrt to i nch repb of Tart'TK I-- ii:rbi-s above
tie- jtlnte with eirele iManl lrom eaeb Imhui to
.tifllinjL- bfbW lfe i: Intll si.lut Onr
tb'tibh-itoor in the tro:it M-lix s-!i. oM- anl
o.:e-hair it.ebfn thtek. with c.m (M-li &ih
hi-:pe: 'b eireit traioMii al.v- baor. t liiiu
nry tikeomniettet' on a bmr-kft at hark r.nl .if
rNMi 3 fet-t Im'Iow the rciln.K anl to Im.". brirlt
to the T-'inml I.iiil flat qih ttaitb-al Ut-l
above the emb Ol the rool; al a holr to Im
left to reeetve a U ii.rfi hf,. 'I In- buiMin.T iit
anil out sblt to have tlifc eimts of ,n1 whit:
U-al nml oil 1'uiut.
All work must h. ilone in (1rst-cla:-b work
The boarl n-scrtiK tlv ri j't to r i-i-t a;.v
n-'lallluis. ii W. M MACK, Jrt-.
IntaMAs It t'ur.EM , rb rk.
lilli l!AI:ii.iN AT
IL A. LEIIEIl'S
T AIM.KsTfitAck J rh'awt house in South
Roofing and Guttering.
CAPE GlltAllhK AC. MlSSOrill
OK AIX KINDS.
White nnil Yc!!ow Tiiw-. I'nplnr, Cvro,
Oak, Gum. Walnut, Ah ai ilicrn', Aim
FkKirinK am! ih;ir nil lth'I' finishinc
I.iiintuT, FjitliP, SIiiukU's, M-mMm-F, Win low
t"Wi?nlow nml Itor rram; all eiat
niaii to orUrr m tburt w.icr.
Irfliven-rl aiiywhcn iuiile of city limit 4.
Spaniii Street, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
XAM TACII RKU OF
ADDLES A X D COLLARS.
ALii 1F.ALKK IV
Aud nil other vehicles.
I guarantee all my work first-claps aud
prices as low as any house in thr city.
uliow the laiv.-t al best line ot I.L'GGIKS ami
CAKTS in town, and uarantei cren thin soM
ii me iu that line. !Vfire jmrchafciuj? in n.y
.e pive me a call ami convince yoopwlf.
Corner Harmony and lriggf aud corner Main
GILBERT H. WILSON,
(Sl'CCMmii Tii HaITois ft SclueaT.)
OS TIIE I.EVEK. .
CAPE GIKAKDEAU, MISSOUKL
KEEPS A FULL LINE OK
Staple and Fancy
Gives nartirnlar attention to the f.him.In.r
'i rrx-iiK in'ifcn niiu frvooua i an kiimis.
IliHsevfral vears exicrieno in ihi itUHincxK
will euahlf him to pixc satisfaction to all
patrons. He also kocp a pod Hjrtnient ol
rra&s and ntlier Arid im--!. lit solicit ami will
fiidfavur to merit the liberal iauonajre ol this
Brooks & Quinn,
COMPLETE ABSTRACTS CF TITLE
AMERICA'S FIDE WHISKEY.
LYNCH & CO S BOTTUXG.
QUARTS AMI PINTS.
Depots for the sale of the above:
A. 'WlXOEUTER, L. AV. Mll.I.ER,
A. SII1VEI.RINB, CliAS. IhlltKV,
Mr. J. Meyer, Ji-s..1a;i:r.
Wouoiti) & Sackmaxx.
&r-fSec thai our name ami still is
vn eecrg bottle.
rexsioNs, jmiixuks. jtv.
P. C. COOTEK,
Arcade Building, Mam .Street.
CAPE GIKAKDEAU, MI.ssOUIM.
IVTtsioujt. Incn-a. iViisionn, TWontifS Com
mutation f HatiutiA, and ltoim6ttarfl ini
Fre-tnittio:i Claim, and aix ki3.ia t mjm
CLA11 .IVKX mOMIT ATlFVIIttN.
KKr-Klci:KN K: l'illiei:t iltU-iition to ba&iCB
1 re yon Mraiei n lhekietj
TenrhoTR, Jtmmallst, writers,
1 prt.usji'ual iM-opU-. lu rwt, every
oue whowlniit'3 ubc litfunutnl un
IUterarv tiMttr? soouiii ue a suo
.ptlur tM -Ur:klaaJ" fl hat is it:' It
pan cltu-s. anions ir..m inn l1"3 "j-
book revit-Wfi. It.-cuUrrfui rii.ltiii prltt'.ff-J i
ptryoar. 5t'nilutwint-tlvcceutmi;:iti''n.ii!t I
tbts paper, ami we will m-ml U on trlnl '.t1'y
rm, Johu liaucock liuUdiog, Uostuu.
J0Hx ST. AVIT,
Ppnuih SircMt. "otI dmr fm n Tn I peni
cuce. tJhepes'. u jasc m the city I r
Quesnswars and Glassware,
And wiii pay t!: 11 iff best Market lVk (or
Ieeilcitsft almre of public patrouan.
Qttve Adopted tbo
Ami ta now ira1 It n ur t'-iat oia n)t t-a
ex'-o.u-1 by a:y .uili i i ?h-; c-Miry. A n ml
tt Hi Hiiil.-r l'r-" .-.- H ur wb (.-oii. inee any
Jus'yf ot fif w Kluur thiit ii ia 3;ipci1or to uaj
CIVZ IT A T.TIAL.
F. W. POTT, Proprietor.
C.i p.: (lirardcaui Mo.
CAPE GIHARDEAU. KO.
P- W. POTT. Fropr.
PVY. r.t all t:uit-. Ibi- lithpst inarV'-t ifirt
l-ir V:it-at au.l W:iitt-(.rti Mai.:.!: -i.:r-ami
m-IIs nt u-'i'.!"hh ail i-!ai!. n-.-l- e in-;
KHnT-a:it---. tin- I't.iNtHii.,; ttraii i.. ni Yw.
i.'KX v. I h-ii V. : : I ai.xt
!"KI.ii;aN. -: : : :
I.I r. V iriiiK VAI.I.KY. Kx-ir I-'aM-v
yi i:kx uftiik cai'k.
I I.. : : : : : Favrv
CKKKOI.A. : : : : I n,.i, :
f -li l-t-ii:ii: 'rn Mi-nl (of ;.!i: ur i-xcliansi-.
nliMi all ki:nL. ul mill !'i -1.
1.. li. tVj!rrl. u
n-'lH-rt a. l.:i.a.'
T S- S- S- --S -S- T-
SOITH K''U rXHKll ST. Cll.lttl.KS IIotil.
(a;c Girardeau. Mo.
FINE LIQUORS A SPECIALTY.
Kxtra Fine Liim-h every Saturday
jfrVy-.Tiij- HiLsincMj a Specialty.-ia
-.Sl t'll AS-
Cigars, Tc'cacco Fine Candies
I.'AliMIIKS. r.lMNi; YiU'll I'lJnlU'l t AXIl
ui.i ot i: jiiinu! -s v.oiaii.
V,'c sell at prices that
CALL AXD SKE l"S.
WAKKEN & SOX.
.I)iositc Sluiilivant I'.juk.
J. 31. 3ioinasoN,
OF ALL KIXOS,
aSpniiih iStivet. Cape (Mmrdeaii. Mo
I will furbish pine joistf and all ronirli lttmli-r
fir!5i.':.Tl.ii aty wli;tt hi tilt- city lintits.
Kl'M.ri.n; and cviliiitfchnier than ever unld jp
thcritv. not h: un!il vin itft niv iiriccf .
SJj"lemeuibvT no 'lravaxe on mv IuiuImT.
ARE YOU 3 Is yonr Urine thWt,
I colored? Diin'twait!
from the ex-1 Vour KIDNEYS are
J ccsacs ofllK-ini ruined. Use
youtii? if so, E Sulphur Hitters.
Sulphur Bit-1 One bottle of Sui
ters will cure Iphur Bitters will do
oa. you more (rood than
ail the Latin crcs-
crintiom of drum and mineral Doi-
M sons which will remain in your ays-
tem. dcntrov Tour bouca. and maJca
you a poor, weuk, and broken down
invalid, yo person can remain long
M sick wno nics auipnur timers, it
I is covered with uply sores, and fest
ering l'impli-s, give her Sulphur
Bitters. Ladies in delicate heallh.
who are all run down, should use B
sulphur Iiiltcxs. one better.
Try Sul-ihnr Bit-
iters TO-NICHT.I ARE TOU
and you will sleep I nervous and
well and feel better I f retty, or in
Sulphur Bitters I health? Sul- E
will make your blood Iphur Bitters
pure, rich and strong will make a fc
and your nssn hard. In ew penca
t a Doiue now. ol you.
Send S 4-r-nt nainm to A R Orrtwnvja-rn
it is Remarkable
The improvement that has been made in manufactured jpoocla .
in this country. Notable among these products is fine . unT
dmvear. A few years ago all the fine underwear was im-
ported and the price paid was fully 1-3 more than is asked
for the same quality of American made goods now.
X ZiEa-ve tlb.e G-dJ3
In my stock now to prove this, having just received from the .
mnnufacterer 16 dozen Men's IJalbriggan Shirts and Draw
ers, sizes 34 to 46, that we arc selling
ITcr SO Cexits
Apiece, and they are equal to any similar garment cver'Jim-
ported that sold for 75c. I am proud to be able tooflertkese
American made goods of such merit to my customers. Call
and examine these goods. "
H. P. PEIRONNET
I have just ooencJ a new and
In the building formerly occupied by Warren's grocery store
on Main street. I have the finest stock of furniture and
undertaking material in town.
Call on me when you come to the Cape, and you will
find that my prices are lower than the lowest.
Main St.. Cape Girardeau, Mo.
ra.. 'A -
Come ami see Avhat I say arc facts. I
will sell you a 1. 31. Osborn Binder or
Mower, Twine, Kakes, Drills, Plows, Har
rows, Garr Seott Enj?mes, Threshers and
Stackers and all kinds of farm machinery.
Prices to suit your pocket-book.
Don't fail to see me if you want farm
tja M- If orison,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
clufcxiofc Sccctatot and
FJNE TILTING AND PAPER HANGING.
SIGH PAIHTIHG OP ALL KI1JDS.
N. W. Corner Main and Broadway,
Capo Griraxdcara., - 2vo,
"Pin?, of varied
1 ai SUCCESSFUL I
b for lt Vt-J
Who have weak OTVH-M
orrau. who are autler-l
and any Exeeascs.or ofl
raa a limitcstimcibis
I 11 .UT-J
I method and TV
TktnH liirwvl over tout enniliririn. enp rh.nnlii frmalr 1 1
2 Thousand, of tho W..rst Caa-s have yielded to our WOWf I
KJ TREATS! NT, awtfortbin our mOhDCSFVL BOCf. which wo I
k, eeud sealed, pout paid. FkEE, t'tr n I.imieJ time. eTITTHJr. i
K Bememher.noonceiHehni tiie methyls. armlLxitei uu ium-iUi
BcneoiLatwr oai-l..y, aad wc pltira icoV- woir Of mna
K SJCC&S. 1MB BitOiSAL 6d, 6 ilHGABA tT, tMAlO, N. f. t
2,803 References. Name this
Ilium ' i 1 1 II I
aad BIU.D I'PTHB WROLg SVT":M Tr r; T l I.TH.
rS5rHAi5f?2trs Podcphyllfn Pi!!?
complete stock of
m - ni - W. - iii - .
ordorft of I
FaU patients, I
tv I lancea. will 1
paper when you write.
CLEAR TIIE rOWPI.FX low.
6Bi:Tt1 TUB RPT1.
Tor.'E thr wwm.
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