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TT! u j i.;:.i.i: v?m ' ST. LOUIS PADl'CAH KATLWaT. 8T
vaves. There wm , i """ i touis caibo short us. (t. l. a
T. H.R. ft. CO.) '
rkpaMiUi Mat Tie-ket.
For Governor HaJ. Wm. Wimi.
yor UrBt.-SownKW-awWi Maellet-.
Far geuietary .rxtst Henry T. Alkiro.
rot State AjurltatWaha at . Weeks. ,
Tor State Tnaanttr Irrd. J. Wilaoa.
For Attorney Oeaeral David MBrphy.
Far Railroad CoarmlBii.naT W. 8. Haila-
rc orKupmoe Cent Chcrtm acd,
WS. Shirk, W. W. Edwards.
Vr Jda St. LaoU Coot of AppMla-W. I.
For Ooagreta-af. B. CI arte.
atatra far Asa
Vac State Senator
Fat areeit Jadgs
ForCcnawa Pleat Jadea..
, 'T M
Par Coaaty aaxveyor.. ...... ....... ....... 7M
. For Towaahla omeeo M
Theaeretea am Ibr announcements la both
.Daily and Weekly . Ho candidate will be aa-
1 the anDOaMeoeat fee la paid.
For Coanty Treasurer. .
FOB COMMOS FLEAS JUDGB.
"We are authorised to announce
aa aeaadldateror Jadaeof the Common Pleat
Court, subject to tbe decision of the SepubUcaa
FOR OOTJKTT COLLECTOR.
an aataoriied to announce
aaa candidate for Collector of Cape Girardeau
county, m meet to roe aeeuwa ox tne ttepoDU.
caa BomlatHna; convention.
We art authorised to annonnee
Jroeo M Baxsol,
at a candidate for Sheriff of Cape Girardeau
subject to tne decUioa of the Kepubli
FOB COUNTY TBASUREE.
We are authorized to 111008001
FamBBxcs Km, 8a. ,
aa a candidate for the natoe of Treasurer of Cape
titrardeaa eoanty, subject to tbe deeitlon of the
asepaoucan nominating ooorenuoa,
Wt are authorised to anooanee
D. A. Nichols
,aa a eandMaie for tbe oflee of Attestor 6f Cap
utraiaeau eoanty. sunjeci to tne oeation 01 tne
Bepnblican nominating convention
Wo an aathorixed to announco
F. B. Wnncn
aa a candidate for the oflee of Manor of Cape
.ilrardeau eonnty , subject to the deeitlon of the
Bepublleaa nomlsatlnr convention
After the 8th of next November it
Will be Gorernor Warner.
Every Grand Army man in this
State will rote for Major Warner for
Governor. This means that Warner
will get thousands of Democratic
The Democrats have been throwing
atones at the prosperity of Missouri
for twenty yonrs, hut thin year the
Republicans will bury their Stone ho
deep that the stouiug business will
cease for a while.
A member of the British legation
t Washington is described by the
Canadian newspapers as cheeriug for
Cleveland at Ottawa, where he is vis
iting, and predicting his election. If
the English could vote at the Novem
ber election, Mr. Cleveland would be
elected, no doubt
Congress has adjourned, and the
declaration that Pension Cornmis-
sioner Bamn would have to go is
ah own to have been unfounded. If
the charges against him were sub
stantial ones they would have result
ed la something conclusive. Tbe
failure of the investigation is a vin
dication of Raum.
.-4Uiei iQJC, auu uica itrc mwms4v
foievil will be thrown open to admit
the messengers of death and destrue-
Bat by beneficlent decree of
the forces which regulate tbe uni
verse, tbe dispensations of wrath are
always brief in comparison with the
lonjr Intervals ot peace and those
welcome periods of imrannlty from
harm which outnumber and outlasts
the seasons of affliction la this world.
In an editorial attempt to apologize
for the last Congress the Rochester,
New York, Serald (Dem.) nscs tbe
following words : "Many Democrats,
West and South, regarded the tidal
ware of 1810 at an uprising in favor
ot tree silver. They felt that they
were eommissSoBed to pass a bill for
SjnBmited coinage. la view of toe
supposed sentiment! of their constit
uencies, self-interest was the power
ful motive urging them la this direc
tion." It is not surprising to hear
that Democratic Congressmen should
have been actuated by motives ot self-
interest, however astonishing tbe can
dor ot Democratic Journal which
admits the fact.
The New York Heraul has an
nounced a novel phut for tbe present
presidential campaign. To the person
who most nearly predicts tbe popular
plurality of either Cleveland or Har
rison, it will give a free trip around
the world, paying all expenses; to the
person mating tbe second best pre
diction it will provide a trip to Lon
don, Paris and return, and the third
best prediction will bo rewarded
a trip to London and return. Com
petition is open to residents of all
parts of the United States, the onl
conditions being that the prediction
must be made on a ballot which
printed in the Herald every moruing
Any one can make as many predic
tions as he has ballots.
Noland's stolen money paid for the
rotes that elected some of tbe Demo
crats in this county two years ago.
But poor Noland in now in tbe pen
and his ill-gotten gains will not be
get-atable this year. The boys who
buy tho votes this year will have to
pay for them out of their own pockets.
Judge James C. Ncrmile, of St
Louis, committed suicide at his borne
in that city Tuesday moruing. It is
believed that bo euded his life be
cause of tbe ersecntion heaped upon
him by tbe PoU-IHtxitch. lie left
will and in that will he requested that
bis remains be cremated and his ashes
thrown in the Mississippi River.
Judge Normilc was a warm personal
friend of J. D. McCuIlagb, editor of
the St Louis Globe-Dcmoa-at.
On the United States, side of the
line at Nogales, A. T, eggs have been
rendered dear by the new tariff upon
them, inasmuch as tbe bens of that
region are chiefly owned on the
Mexican aide and fed with cheap
Mexican srain. A shrewd Yankee
recently arrived there, and he was
convinced that his opportunity lay in
the high price of eggs; so he erected
a large hen bouse exactly across the
boundary line. At the United State
end he provided nests, and at the
other end he fed his hens the lotv
priced Mexican grain. Tbe bens at
tbe grain in Mexico and then tvaihci
across the line into the United State:
to lay their eggs. The transact ion
was perfectly honest, for the Yankee
Muusglca ucitlicr grain or ecus. 11
is making money fast
Manv s reader of the Bible has
pnzzled over tbe allegation that
thing so insignificant as a grain oi
mustard seed, when planted, sprang
up and became ' a plant in whose
branches tho birds of tbe air found
shelter. The ordinary mustard plant
a foot or two in height, could not by
any stretch of imagination be thought
capable ot sheltering even the small
est of birds. But when one sees the
vast mustard fields ot California, the
biblical account is easily understood.
The mustard plant of California
shoots up a dozen or fifteen feet in
height A horseback rider is easily
lost In the thicket, while the branches
of the great plants can, and do at
times, afford shelter for thousands ol
the feathered tribes.
po yon remember the bowl that
avent up in 1890 about cigar, boTuse
pflhe duties under the new tariff law?
Certainly you do; and the doleful
Democratic predictions about the
fsoming ruin pf the cigar business.
' Veil, what are the conditions now?
There has been an enormous increase
In (he manufacture of domestic cigars,
particularly of the best grades. We
pake our own finest-quality cigars in
stead of Importing them; and any
dealer in first-class goods will tcllyou
that smokers are coming to think
more highly of a good domcstio cigar
than an imported oue.
Tbe Alton, Illinois, Telegraph, In
discussing Adlai and his relations to
prganized labor, mvs It ventures the
prediction "llmt Mr. Stevenson will
not explain how it is that he and his
coal mine have fought and downed
anion labor orgzr.iz&iious lor many
years. He will utl explain why he
prefers "black specp." aa union labor
people call them, to members of the
Coal Millers' uuiou. He will not ex
plain why no union labor member
Can obtain work in his mine without
first rcoounviug his membership jo
the order. In fact, Adlai win keep
mum on all these points. Ncv.crthe
leaa he has about . 1,000 non-union
miners at work for him, and he ex
perts every Democrttic' cninn Inbor
'Member U ctisl ti Tote fvr him. '
The New York Sun lays down five
brief statements concerning the re
spective rights of workingmen and
their employers, which embody ' the
law on the subject, and should be
kept in mind, not only during tbe
present dispute at Homestead, but in
all other labor troubles that may
1. Any person ean hire or be hired
by any other person who is capable
2. Any workman or association of
workmen can leave work tor any
reason or no reason at any time, un
less he is bound by contract
& Any employer can put out such
workman or workmen as he chooses
at any time, unless bound by con
' 4. A non-union man is just as good
in the eye of tbe law and just
much entitled to protection of the
law as if be were Hugh O'Donuell
himself or even Terenco Y. Fowderly.
&. An employer who pays more or
a workman who accepts less, than
the market rate, is either a pbilan
troplst or a fooL
And the Sun might have added, as
a worthy addittion to the above five
axioms, that labor in the United
States is better paid than anywhere
rise in the world, and that the Demo-'
cratic party Is trying to reduce onr
wage-scale to the European standard.
the privelege of every free bora
t The Democratic shooters put these
words in the month of the young Be
publican politician: . "Who freed you
negroes? Who freed you? Why, we
have done it. . This you ought to bear
in mind and vote for vs." All this
for the negro's vote only.
Now what office or offices, what
recognition does the negro get or ex
pect to get from the Democratic
party. They do not shout we freed
yon, and had the wheels of time stop
ped in 1860 and the negro were now
in slavery who would rally to the
stars and stripes, who would shout
with holy enthutfttm ot just deed,
"We are eoniincjwe will free you and
recognize you as children of the same
God. as human bciugs." Not the Dem
ocrats, but the young Republicans.
aate STeaieaair HI Mai rata a
The total of the regular appropria
tions for tbe session of the Republi
can Fifty-first Congress was $361,-
The total of the regular appropria
tions for the first session of tbe Dem
ocratic Fifty-second Congress was
I he grand total of all appropria
tions iu each of these Congresses was:
1fty-nnt (Republican) $463,398,5 10.
Fifty-second (Democratic,) $507,
701,880. The Democrats have crippled the
public service and left deficiencies to
be made up, and yet tbey have spent
more than tbe Republicans by tbe
sum of $44,52-2,870, and" more than
any other Congress ever spent at a
IIow is this for Democratic "ccon
Fer Six ru
we will send you Dr. KanrTmann's
great Medical Work; 100 pages, color
ed plates from lite. The most valuable
adviser ever published. To any ad
dress on receipt of three 2-cent stamps
to pay postage. Address A. P. Ord-
way ft Co., Boston, Mass.
Poor Ed. Noiand. He is now wear
ing the stripes of a convict in the
pen at Jefferson City, while bis old
associates the men who helped him
use the money that belonged to tbe
State are traveling over the Slate
talking about tbe honest administra
tion oi our slate government, it is
true that Mr. Xoland has been given
an easy job iu the pen but be U a con
victs disgraced forever while the
meD who helped him to spend tbe
money be stulo are enjoying life aud
living off the fut of tbe land.
The scene was not a thousand miles
from Fargo. As tbey "sat oil the
steps on a moonlight evening be
claimed the right to a kiss for every
sbooting star. She at first domurred
cs became a modest maiden, but
finally yielded, a usual. She was
even so accommodating as to call his
attention to the flying meteors that
were about to escape his observation, j
- nd got to "culling" him ou lightning
bugs, and at last got bim down to
steady work on the light ot a lantern
that a switchman was swinging about
in the Northern Pacific yards in the
distance, whero the bojs were mak
up traius. Fargo girls are up with
the limes. Fwyv Hepubtiotn.
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Lr. Parker tlty..;.
Ar. Marnhytboro .
Ar. CoBitnrilie . .
Ar. St. Umus
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Tfwani aH:ealhomr anealti '
A- Una Usnrd bv tbeelerk of the Circuit Conn
of Cape Ulrardean eoantr, Hisaomf. and to
a? directed in faeor of the State of Mieo'irt,
at the relation acd the ate of tavhi B Soloert.
collector of tho revenue of .Ten Girararaa
Ar. Carbomlale. . .
Ar. Parker City..
Ar. Sietronnllt. .
: II: A. :I7 r. a.
. 11 51 a. a a 40 r. a.
13) r.n. 10:e r. a.
. 11 r. a. 11 u r. a.
. S 41 r. a. U.JS a. a.
This line now oiaket direct ooaaectloa with
G.T. A C. trains learlnf rap eirndeaa at
a eta m , antinnjaist. Laait at II M a at.
etaminit. leare St. Lends at 7 J a. an. artlT
ing at Csue Girardeau at : p. at.
Oao. t Labt. ea. Past. At. St. Loafs.
Gnu W. PABKKa,rea. Maaaaer. St 1-onta
8ooool jfond Mortgage Bale.
WHEUKAS. on the alneth day of Jane,
einhteea tmndrul and ei7!rtT six. Sam Bel
Beeves and Jane aaerea, hit wife, by their er-
taia school food nsortaaxe dead, which said
aire deed waa duly tecordeii In the oajce
of the tteeorder of Deeda for Caua Uirardeaa
coanty. htiseueuri, iu hook M, at peffet thirty
two (MA thirty -three (xi) aaa thuty-lbar pin
for the ate and beoent ol the Capital bchvul
rand of said eoaaty (therein asere particularly
desert be 1 and set forth) the following; describ
ed real estate, lying and being la said Cane Ui
rardeaa oonnty, Missouri, to-wtt:
Lot eamber ten (IB) in the city of J season,
excepting fllty (5u) feet trontlDg on 3rd boatb
street of said ettj by a depth of aiaty (CO) roet
to onme oat of the northeast comer of said lot
tea (in), which excepted portion la folly de
scribed in deed of CharU-a Hoeckle aud wife tu
the Trasteea of Colored Misniouery Bantiat
Ciiarehof the towo of Jacktoii. dated Julv :11s:.
l.-3, aud recorded in tho Beeepler's otaee of
said coanty In Tolarae 14, page aiid being
same reslty conveyed to .Samuel Rveres, as nt-r
deed daly recorded In the Ueounler'a oAce or
said rooiity, in volume nambrr ill of deed,
pace 1M, bearing date June lath, le4.
Hbich said conreteitce was made to teruri
tbe payment of oue "bandred and twenty-foor
dollars aud elxty-flye cents. AI24 oro belong
ing to the Capital bVbooi Fund of said county ,
for which tald amount the said tsaaiael Ueeves
and Jane beeves, hit wife, as principals, wtth
Ueary St. Koglisb, as security, excated their
boi.d for the sum or o.e hundred aad twenty -four
dollars and alxty-Bve eeuts of even date with
said mortgage, bearing interest at tiie rata ol
eljrht per cent per annum rrora date, bearinc
date the nibeth day of June, eighteea handred
ana eignty-six and parainc on tne nlneui day
ol Jane, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven.
men saiu owmi nas vecome une aua ranains
eeantv. H issonri bearing date the twanty-chud
day of July, lieu, and re'turjaMeto the Aagrist
tina. Invt, of U e Cspe GiraTdeaa ennnty Clr-
special aaccutioa istiTied to enforce a !ni?Rat
declan-d hv said conrt to be a epeaiti ilea on
tbe real estate boreln di.rjibel, f tare Icrled
apon siJ seized the fbllQYiiig described real
CMtate, lTing and being In .the county of Cepe
UirarleaB, Stat? or Mlteoarl. at tbe proaeity
of Charles fuerneld. to-wit :
Forty (fO) acre he sontheart naarter 1H I of
the northwest marter (.'J.seetioa tblrtea OS).
Vwnr.liip tweiityiiue J!ii, raatte elerea Cll)j
and 1 will, oj .. . :
Tuesday, the Twenty-Third Day of
- Angwit,- A. D. 1892,-
At tbe eonrt boom door, la tbe city of Jaekaoa,
coanty.of Cape GlraTdeao. Mitsoari. hetweea
thehcuranf vine o'clock In the foreooa and
five o'clock in tbe aftcTcooa of that day, ai.d
daring the session of tbe Cape (Airardeaa coun
ty Cirralt Court, tell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, fir cash in hind, all the rferat,
title, interest and vsUte of OiarlesofMza.4dto
satisfy said execution and costs
-l-f - t IHi -in-i irrrir.r
TO the Shareholder! rf th Ce GtnrdM
Biilldinir tuiti Loau A it! Up ;
Notiw U hereby gifi. Utat a mrttlH of U
ttsrvboiann of tho fjape UlTvrKma Bitiiili
bUmI Lsoan Arfeaieiialion will L hold at tlM -1tt
Of Heiiry A. Astholt. ftrrtarr of the A-saocla
uon. in id vny oi iape uiwoeaa, MbMooxi,
Oa aUSjwMlBT. liipiMniJT IHil, I "a, 12vot P . . 1 .
to h: M . , fur tbe pnrnoa? off rotiaa; n a Moposii
tkhtt to Irxnaaa tbe CabstA! Hlcjck uf Asam! Amss
eiatioa ttnm Two Hnt dred ThoTwawl loiAax
to Thnt HtTtDdnd Tboanaiin Dolian.
J. li Riukc, PmMnit.
HrVItT A. AtrTltfM.K. SiTTfUrT.
Cape Orarirsiu, Mu. , July i-ti, lcftl.
AMERICA'S FIflE WEISKET.
LYNCH CCS BOTTLING.
tUAHrs and nm
- Depots for the sale of tie above:"
A. WiiraEBTEK, L. V. Mnj.sat,
A. SUIVBLBIXB, CHAS. liORaT,
W. J. Mn kb, " Jos. Jasosb.
WOLPOKD afc SACKJLMtn.
fSrSee that our name aad teal it
on every bottle.
AllMIMHTKATilR'S NDT1CB Notice If
hrrenv stveti ttmt liHtrrr. of aJ::ti-istrstVii
bpoj tlir ettate of afery lr -tha fciemc re. d-et-Mrd.
have been era -tul to the u:-d: rsiiri d
Of tne rroiiaie umn 01 trie uirarisu com:
ty, Missouri, bearing date Uie x.;tii dsy or Jul;
All persons h.vl rlainu aai-st said estate
are reinlred to exhibit theas to bim -or all w
ane.' a ittiin cue ysx from the -late wf said let
ters or they may lie prrrluded Irom aiy lM-;it-:lt
of soei I''ste: and 11 : ai-l ctairm. be not ex
hibited uithiu tvr yenrs from tli- dne of tie
;ublii-.ou oi thu i.oiii'1-tVy will Is- ft.rrter
v hen-at, among other things, It la provided
in oaia aeea oc mortgage test u nefanH snouiu
terest, or any part thereof at
ic time when
the Mime should s-verallv become dooand pay
able aooording to the effect of said bond, that
then the actina SiieriS of Cane Oirardeau eooi
ty, kliesoBri, should have power without suit
on said deed ol mortgage to proceed aud aell
said property mongaseMTln said deed; and
Whereas, deraalt baa been made In the pay
ment of said bond In said deed of mortgage de-
scnoeu. ny uotn principals ana eecumv:
Mow, therefore, in Bctfordanca with the pro-
visioas oi sain neea of mortraxe. anu in olmsu-
enre to an order of the Honorable Coanty Court
or Cape Girardeaa county, Missouri, made oo
flrth day of ai&v. tiliteen humlred and iunty
two. 1. Aozust Blerwlrth. Sheriif of said eonn
ty ol Cae Oiranleau, tlate of Missouri, will,
Tuesday, the Twenty-third Day of
August, A. D. 1892,
At tlie court house door in tbe eltv of Jackson,
(v.uiitv slom-siil Maw. tl.e Lan tr niu.
o'clock In tbe forenoon ai:d :lve o'clock In tlie
alummiii or that dav. sell, at public venuue
the btk'hefit bidii:r. ror raph in h:u.d. the Abrvr
n sen IM.-U rial estate, to satl&lv said bond a..u
mortiragT- am toe co-is ni-n-oii.
a u lit ex llir.KWlKin
athaaeatlxm (urea in m Shap.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 io S
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mrstorious. It re
moves at once the eanse and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose benefits, 75 ceuls. Sold bv
Rider & Wichicrich, Druggists, Cape
Ia Tata Ma TraeT
That the Democratic party has done
nothing for the colored man but talk?
Vind it, cheap and it lakes the seduc
tive republic and dollar to make the
Democratic bombast palatable to even
tbe most ignorcnt.
- We do not plead the rights of the
colored Voters, but every KopuV
liran statfc give to the negro the right
which is denied bim In every Demo
cratic state. , ,
Let every colored man reflect upon
tbe difference of bis standing In the
Democratic State of Missouri aud the
Republican State of Illinois. , J
' Who are the objectors lo the force
bill? , The Republican negroes of the
south who claim the tight to cast
their votes dictated by their an
(lerMandlBg ' or the banghly Demo-
Steal Ettate for ule.
Valuable farm lands, city lots,
houses and farms for sale by Kecd &
Aetbolz, Real Kstate Agents, Cape
A fine two-story brick dwcllin?
nonse, norioean corner ol ludepeud-
euce and r odd tain streets, Citv of
Capo Girardeau, Mo.
A goort frame house and lot, south
east corner of lot No. 24, ranire F
60x127 feet in size, 4 rooms. 2 kitchens.
cciiar, smoKe nouse, well aud rislcru.
stable aud corncrib, all kinds of fruit
trees. City ot Cape Girardeau. Mo.
llouae and about two acres of laud
in north part of the City of Cape
Lots 9 anil 10, block 1 of Gibonev
Houc-k's 2nd subdivision to tbe Citv
of tape Girardeau, Mo.
nousc anu iwo acres ol land on
north Spring street, Cape Girardeau,
Lots 7 and 8, block 1 of Gibonev-
Houck's 2ud subdivision to the City
of Cape Girardeau, Mo.
A nice one story brick bouse ou lot
No. 2. in range A, City of Cape
SOU acres ot bottom land in section
21 and 16, range II, township 27.
totblitrd county Mo-1 1-2 miles from
Anieola on the Cotton Belt It. It. and
I'oplar Bluff U. It.
800 acres in section 13 and 18 town
ship 29, range 12 east, near Cotton
llelt U. K. and C. G, St. L. & F. a
It. It. Cape Gir&rdcsu t-ouuty. Mo.
120 acres of seoUon 9, to uf-Lip 1.
raryw 6 east, In Gretne couutv, Ark
above Gainesville, house, barn aud
orrhard a bargain.
tor a limited tunc 3 luls iu Me-
Clcau's aitdiiion to the City of Cape
Also Iota 1, 2 and 16 of Henderson
addition lo the City of Cnpe Girar
deau, a!l fronting on riprijr? street.
A 1 room frame house, stable, smoko
boose, cistern, a good orchard, about
two acres of ground. '
For terms see Reed & Asfholz,
Real Estate Agents.
8herifTs Sale of iieal Estate.
V? V virtue and authority of a general exi-cn-
iniii isiui-a ov tiiei'lerk oi ine Liicnu com-
of nuottc-jnuty, Missouri, and to me directed
m rarorf-r .'iiuiu r . rnend ai.d sra-tk sii
t.raw aTid azai.ibt John K. aiyrrs aod Mar.l
V. Sly.-re. Lart;r date the eleventh ilsy of
.Inly." eittteun httndr:-d ar.d uinety-two.'and
retimisble io Liu. October term, eighteen hun
dred and rinety-two of tbe Circuit Court ol said
county, I have levied upon ai.d seised the fol
lowing d-Fi-ri!.-.l real octate, situnte, lyivi: a id
beiusinthe count; or Cape Girnnlean. Htat
04 Missi-uri. as the property of John E. M;.rw
anu aiarxia v . siyres, to-wit:
Siuth lialr lot one (II. southwest qnarter.
section eighteen fl.i. toiihip twenty-nine
(i), rniiiic twt-lvc and north Lair lot out
(1), northwst nuan.-r, section nii.eteeu (in)
lownsrip iweiity-uiiie (i.rai)gc twelve (IS.
UIH A Will , VU
Tuesday, the Twcnty-tliinl Dny o
AugiiM, A. 1. 1892,
At the court hoa-e door in th srity of J art: 5 m
Mtfcuoun. betwetn tht hour:, t T 111:11 r'cltl i
ti;e iori'iK0D ami tlTao'trlock In tlte aiVniOon oi
dev And siTirinir ihst ai-iinnAr thp a'i'ptnll
iartT V..M;UirarIean oraury, MiitsourL tell
311 tae riiE.'a. .iv. ciaim ainf titLXdtoi maj
.Irth-l K MvrM ilt:il Uit-rtin V. Mitm In fnai tn
uw suuve Ufsvpriinii ival itssfnt Tor cast 10 nan
Ij .Le !nflett biuir, to ratarv aaiil keruviuu
ana cr-tsiit. AKidM kikbw ikth,
Suftiir Cape (jiiraMtfao County. Uiiaciua
Order of Publication.
In ths Hrwrrr'w Omit of the citj of Cape G!
iBittfatu, suirvi Miaant.iv
Tbe Clt of Cape tiixvdeaa, plnlutiff,
-Srtaaatian Albrrt, JaniRa A. ftfatt'-aon, WI1
iiam H. Ar.rlnis, Irilia B Henna, Edmund n
uaniM. aua atnuia ana, lferMidanU.
Aciiou for lb romjni ration of real catUt) for
lam exweitaioi. or Aorta atrtjei
Order of FnbUeatio
NOW, on U1I9 flrtrmth day of July. tm
rasmra thTp)alritlir herein ly Up attorrev.
mod fllea a crUfki oony of Ontlnarvea ifaanber
iour Banarei aa riKhtr. uao Ita peiltiou
Tctrilled br aaKlait, atatlnsr. anvonfr otbrr
uiinira, utai inr anove aaiueu oii,aaii(a, Wil
liam II. Andrns. Irin-i II Hntit. Rtlmnt.rl H
Hanca ni Miuiiio Uaff an aWa-iva!dLita of
Ui Ptate or Mlasourl, alao that said lercnuai.U
art! the cvrnn of toe srruud fhenlnartf svt t
ont ctvesbary for a atret . It la thtrefon or
dtjred by tbe Korortiex of the city ol Cape ir-
tuv.irM( nitwor ftisccrt, tnai imuiicauoa be
in 1 to isn't f il.ar trtesrat that alt avtlttnn lit a ham,
oommetindairal'it thfiu hx pet H lou io taid Le-
wiwi 1 -Hurv, vne BTenerai naiare ana djuci
of whirl, is ror tlie coudi'mnatlun of a atrip 01
aroord ltfty-alic (W) fect wltl rnn.fift' wrst
wardiv aa a conttiinaliisD ol Nortat Bttrnavt aw.
eoruofc to toe otnciai man or tar city and cen
tral plan of turtttta, throvaii out Iota A aud
tinmiher eiicttt f), betwnen ra;iK V ami hi, to
the caatf ra line of HtMteraoti A venae, a a
pa one atreet. aitl thf.t on Honriay. the fliUi
umr ot Sevtember. l-i. at alno o'efork a m.
or that dav tl r aaid KsTorder will, at bia ofber
ut the oonrt kotve la the city of Caise Girar
deau, eouTtty of Cape Girarduau aad itatcol
Mlaeoari, empannel a Jury to ascertain the
oiniB-T- ana DfnoBW. ana caate in pnamt
dnc4,rioesl In aald nrtitfon to 1h miideuitsou fvt
politic une aa a ttum, aa proriapa ny ui ct.ar
ler aud ordiiiaiicr. of caul eitv.
It ia timner ordiTed thrt a eopy nm-of b
trublifihed In ibe Cane Girardeau IiiocjftT. a
newapaper publiahed In th Hty tf Cape Girar
deau, ennttty of Cape Girardeau ana State of
Mtacoun, ror iour week tudtiiivt:lj-.
EPWABO I E5GFXuA.!V.
Jv33a7 City aeorler
Tluit.kl afnra-1 aLatatel For t9les
one half dear and un-
water. two apriotra
aet drr. One awl a kaif mii freau
Ardcota, o the Cotton licit Baiiroad a.d three
wm aerua bsttcn land, oa
drrrcuHi ration Snontnc '
atrtera of a mile Iron tbe BliMmitfeld and Poa
larifiaii swaneu itauroaa. - veins oeeiiou xi
and hi. Trtwnnblp J, Kfg U, in StdilifA
kij i A.tnir7, Rei rut Ajjii.t?.
Ordor of Publication.
In the Cape Girardeau Conrt ofiminon Pleai,
wuma ana lor ine couniy ot vane uiraraeau
nd State of MtMouri.
Fred Baumann, Jr., Plalntlrf,
VlnnleO I.anmann, lefendjuit.
Order of Publication la Vacation.
OW In Uiia.Ub day of Anruit T-. come
the ti.aiiit.lf bv attorcsrv In tha ataanrit mu
meai cstuv, o-mnj vne uuiivrBixiitH. ciers vj
uie La, iirarutau Court of Common Plea,
within ami for the County of Cam Girardean
and Stale of Miswmiri in Tacatiou, and ulea hii
petlHOu and amdaTit. etatioa; antona; other
uiiii, iiiaia svbuu ueieiKUhU. sminnij. vauiuanT
I a non midrttt of the Mate of Micaouri. h
U therefore ordered bT the eJerk tUat Dubllra-
tlon be mad w tll.i in lt-r tiiat an action hat
bten coramcioeil airuitist hr by petition In tbe
Cape Girardena CouaI ol Commou Plrtactn aaid
ooutitv. tbeoh!eet and tatun of which im to
obtain a diroroe rroiu toe iroua or matrtmonT
beretofore eo.itrarted bcttei piaiuuu and
dtforufciit on toe grounda of Ind'cniUen offrred
bv defer lent a to render his ooadi.HHi lsttoler-
a'tle, and a -tinea tht be ana appear at the aftxt
term of raid court to be hoftfeit at the eourt
htiuiu the Citv of caue Girardeau. Mate ol
Vifsannrl on liomUv. t.ie ftjth dar oi iSfbtaam.
im!. ami oa or oeiuiv tne .oiru oar inere-
or fif tlie tern ahnll ao loua: continue if not
then oefore the eid or tt- rrrm? iu petition
ill b? Jit-i.nl ai i-iWTeainga uaa aeeoraiufri
It La further oriemi tnat a copy 1 trout 1
puMr net in tbe Cape G.rardean Dkuo mat, a
newtpafej pnbHaUed In ld county fox turns
t ka aiioreaatTety, the lat Ir.aertl
at leaat llJteen devs before tin?
of the next term or thia eourt.
A true copy.
AU--M K. IT. EuaxaiAXx.
OF ALL KIXDS.
White and Yellow Pine, Poplar. CTPTtna
Ott, tiui"., Wal.t:t, Ath a..d Cberry. AIM
rioarlng and Ceillna all aradea. l trTphtnp
LiiratM-r, Laths, bbiuglea, liouitiinga, Wiiadow
ana ioor caAems.
t3WibJrw attd TVoor franieei all araee
maif to oritr on abort notice.
Delirered anywhere inside of city limit.
Spanish Street, Cnpe Girardeau, Mo.
Cape City Boiler Mills.
Latest Improve! Eoller Process.
Baring adopted tbe Roller ProoetvT we r.r
now pmpartjd to ia jk-,- Hour of thr aneet ralri
A trial or our Roller ProeeM Flour will con
Tince you that it la tbe beat Flour niade.
fJIVE IS A TSsIAl.
STEtNl 8RQS., Ppon'rs.
L. V. Wolford. o Kobut !aekraai
Sotnn ItfioM 1tmivu St. Cn-.mi--n riiiT:i.
f'ap Girsriican. Mo.
FINE LIQtT023 A BVrciALTY
Extra Vine Lum-h every jfalt-rJa;
i.ni .h:-;a:3 at
II. A. LEiIICirS
Stoves Ti awaro.
LARGKSTaloek e :d -n.-r e-.tboo.e ' .!i
a-st Misi-unrl .
Rcsfir.g and GutLering,
can GIKAKUFAU. Miar.rn-
PEKSiOXS, ' . BOUKTIKS, C
P. C. COOTER,
Arcade Builtliur', Vara Street.
CATS GIRARDEAU, MJScjOUBf.
Tenslnns, Inrrrnne renaiona. ISeBBtiol Coas
aintatioa of Katl'ua. I'id a. d TJontntcad aid
rre-Einption llsiirj, an-d iu sisps or Vi
cluv oivrjt raoarv Arrctmoy.
BiFkKSEXi z: Pllllfccnt attention to business
it m mm n imwt
TeaekerA toarsslats, writers,
profewUonal people, In fnet, every Aw
oae v bo wtsaes to be Intormed oa Wm
I Hiavan lmsttttT-rat .arVMld nm bTSUiV
I --On -sslB-avleAsl WlVaU asl SbTT IK
tsvsU. wlUl lesMasbout Utaran H
tattanom iiw IissadliAJBii-M aad lure-
Bena us vwi-asyTiy.owi ctcu.mi.
per rear- aena n wrujuwni. Y n . .
Ibn) papar.and we wtu ssad It oa trlali fce rj
wiUaMd It oa T
JOHN ST. AVIT,
Spanish 3tnat, taoood door from IndepeaaV
nca. (anaapaat llouao la the car fur
Quesnswara an. Glassware,
And Bill par tbt H:f atrt Ifarkot Price for
He tolloits chora of public patronage.
Hivb A4opM tba
Aif-HTrcllnrnnir Uitu eaa not be
s?Tc:(eJ ly say tn t ciMry. A tsinl
-f Tht! tt-ii .-; r.re j i-i 'tJr w4leonneo any
'U'K-?f.rutMl H ur thait ti la superior to aoj
Gape OfdudffjG Igd Eo.
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
A. nUF.DlGKR. rrrs.
F. W. FEUKRBACIltli, Vice Pres.
A. J. LANG, Bee.
U F. KLUSTEIUIAUX, Trea
OTTO 11ANNV, (Jeol Afettt.
A. J. LA21G.
I. , r. mjo&nxsiAXX.
II. p. FIXIiOSS-ET.
7 L a.
HufcMos: Secotatot and
FiXE TllSTING AMD PAPER HANGING,
T. Ji. IR, NESS.
ADDLES AXD COLLARS.
a mw i-KALxn in -
Aud all oilier vehicles.
I znnrantec all mv work flrat-claas rmH
fHcec aa low aa eity boacui in Uie city. I
fchow tbe IxrHt t::d br-t Hue of ErGCl er.d
UAnvig in town, ami yuui tiiet erfrrri i. so':
or me la that line. Kcf-.Tit pc:r!'s'.:a hi irv
.ueaiTe tne a z a. act rotii.f'?'.
-tlon to be
t'aie tilrcrd'-aa, ale. iOurtv. Miivur!.
Valaable rtna aat4 Timber Ejtaa far
Beed t Attboh Eeal Estate Aircnts.
The Sootli half of the Worth etat quarter acd
tho West aair f taasoatheatt quarter oTSee
ttoa 18, Townahlp A, Banaw IS Ito acres.
Tha Northeast quarter of lb. Soataant
awarter ol Section IS, Township , Maare II
Ala. IMS of tb Korthwert quarter, Lotlef
tbe Southwest quarter. Section 18, Township
Si, ttanee la. Kat on C'rttftnhelt K. R. and
I Cm t- St. I.. A r. B. it. tape Oir.rd-an i
State fjornial gchool.
piirpcse of lli is School
is to prepare teachers for
the Schools of Missouri. The
Normal Certificates and Di
plomas are also State Teach
er's Certificates. The vork
is both Academical and Pro
tuition i fee.
- :t f !i i-.isArt. islaetaf taia ayetem,etch :J
art: I wi'.is 11 ilat-v, r, W!e ttiirTt)at.
V s'.it-3 tciinrxac ..00:1, Jjaut.wissaberaljv
errrot UI d' turtle: ox t i totaii i n jp-.lrtothe
,i;.-r aad xxgo .'itft Ui bow. i.imU Otejoaif
ot-aitey would latetpie3tetboawns
mf V r frota tbia r.iBTtftaatilBceeivtofii; bet ferns
oatalr tbrtreDee ica cotatialbsveaatid thoea
wLooncetaAifim will ffr4 the-w HttlerMJti.
aota im ao resny WftTa Uaat tabey wUl act ba wit
tliaf icuruiUlW. BaftjcallTtrifBaaal
'isflrtbsneof s-?manTliTr that her. Is whero
Othars d j not.
CarUrA Utf! Tivar Pills are very tMa.1 and
They arsrtrietlr vesetsbUand do sot grips ar
purpv but by tbetr esetl. sctkm plesaasil who
vsethsin. auvisisattteenta, Ovtforil. atoat
tj dru'Mlets efer-irAace cr sn?. y ro-'jl.
CrSTEST KTF3IMKt CO-., H, Tort:
inx'.rix. ssuisc'E. smrwE
SUSS PAIITErGOP ALL E1TOS.
N. W. Corner Main anil Broadway,
C3?3 G-ixa.rcHeSw'u., - . ILo.
J. M. MOKUISOiS',
HS.VI KR IX
OF ALSj K21TDy
SjumY-b street. Cttpe Gimrdesn, Mo
J will furnldh Biue rbrnts ar.d all rmnrh hunWo
forJVUper l.PKl any wiirre in the ettv limiu.
Plocriitr an.ln!hr,scbMner than ev-V noltl ir
ttieeity. Po not buy tMtii tod get mTprioes.
iamfta.ieT no Urag aje on n.y luiuber.
S. Albert Grocer Co.
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Agents, Bichards' Cape Lime.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
If YOU WAXT A TIlKESULMtr OUTFIT TO
JL. W. JI ILLER, Proper.
Indejpendmce Street, Cupc Oirar
Fine Wines. Whistles. Brandies and Oka?,.
llewrft-r'se !li-;4-ated ohltkr always oo hAn1.
r rrah Be alwavs on trt.
ty-Kl-ieeT Luoca every aiorntna.
Aul easy to hauillo orrr rou)i road, it will pay you to ezaniae Uio
jew Bonanza f ilresher Robinson ngisr.
We also make a Flrat-class Saw Mill.
For particulars write to
ROBINSON & CO., Or, PETER HOELLER.
Richmond, Ind. Cape Girardeau, Mo.
I Truths gic?cj
Expenses are liyiit. Instruc
tion is thorough. The loca
tion is healthful. The demand
for well trained teachers is
great. lake advantage ofj
the excellent educational op
portunities which the State
Next Session begins Tues
day, August 30th, 1S92.
For further particulars, ad
Forth'! CPtTUi v mi mi io rl
8pEt.l.8 depeaii on ,SnlThnr Bit- f.
terzj it ne-rcr fails to curs. V
. We heg lo call your attention to oar sew patented
BREAD, CAKE AND PARING KNIVES,
Which we are now placing tipoa Uie market, aad with which we ara
A LOXG-KELT NEED TO llOUSEKEEPUiS.
Cut herewith represents onr Bread Knife, which aa will be observed,
has scalloped or serrated edge, as has also the Cake Knife, which adds
greatly to emtio; qnality of the knives, and ia therefore vast improvement
ever the knife with a plain aibooth edge.
DO YCU zumna ni, M
:-i . ,, . .. . i
w mu an ; j-ie r tt ao ilmi c
iiupiojAiuteTs; itwillftrrefrt. ."5
Don't ba vithvui a Y-r.-A tV. 7 it 1 0Ter the knife wi,n P1""1 sinooth edge.
' K . ty im tne ureaa Knife, warm bread can bo cut as easily as eold. always
Tmk I of X-.r s a ramTP 'V11. m .ven surface to the bread. It is also found quite useful in
l8terr,nJ aim. .Schw Witcsf? sucln " sou all kinds of mcL EDWARD K. LILLY.
Ii you .Wot Tlii -ttj1 I : '
mt bosue of 6iJi-i- Jiiars: ii vcvrr i
flrais to a:re. EC"
'ATr T K SO. K
Are ua CO
Snljib -jr CUscia is j. t wkitjori need
2i Ponr. w."bT7T. .'."'"l;"
i Raise Pur.Y. p..ili
V. S. UATL STEAiflffig
M ueansa tbe vitiated, blood wimu
wjei aee Its nmmri trs himii
uimoshUMsHB s- H
Bely oa Soiposr I P'MaXS, I f
flBlttars aad TtMstthl BLOTCHES) I P
3 Will follow. .. 1 Ara aVORgaJ C
n. G. KOPJON.
- . , j ."Scad B V-ea atsnrrs ton. f. OrawA, at I
I rcS. Oi riculty. !MAtoreaJcal-fB.jw --l
. rave, ei. ueai. lor Bayou Sara. Batoa SMew. and ew Orleans, WedMdays at I
at. Uetermna: eares Mew Urleana Satardaja at I Vrteek a. aa.
L" "'virVVL 7 ?lIJJMtoUmJM'- , ieraewvma. arkassa
Vlciaour. aad aalaaat, laasdajrs, Taandays aa ParatBaja at S Blaak . am.
Grand Tower Packet 6 toamer CRYSTAL CITY.
',8M-08J".St.Mtry't u Caettar. Wrttaabarw aa4 Brand Twwar.
r1" ? r- t tt lai. am
Taaraday aad Sataalay at Jo 'aaa a. ai.
Comptny' OfT.ee on Wharfboat, foot Chestnut street, St Louis.
I. X. lXasca. Pres.
Aarlfcee lorm. rat. Miir,,s. s n CarroU. A mat TlekaBara.
j. b. weed. Aswas, " ,-, orrvfvrA- viyssait.
Taea. C. seiglar. Sac.
Jtka Bird. TV. Att,