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,- tnifyr l&r. St. John may l
i83O0BlTzTcompllsh' hi massive , and
"ttuJffgR S, 1892.
.a under the impression
that his pen is mightier- than the
sword, but then hi rword was han
dled by substitute.
Geo. William Curtis, editor of Jlar
pen Weekly, died in New York last
Tuesday night. Curtis was a leader
of the Mugwumps in New York.
It is all right to compel Chinamen
In this country to have their pictures
taken to facilitate the operation of
the Chinese Exclusion act, but wou't
It be "crowding the mourners" to ask
them to "look pleasant?
The attempt of papers which pro
nounced the war a failure to injure
Whltelaw Beid on the Abraham Lin
coin issue is pretty cheap and callow.
It recalls the effort to prove to the
colored race that Charles Summer
Was no friend of theirs. The effort
Got. Northen, of Georgia, has
Written an open letter to the colored
men. fishing for their Totes. Yet
until this recent epoch-making elec
tion in Alabama a Democrat who ad
dressed Negroes as "fellow citizens"
was derided and rejected, and dubbed
a "niggcr-loring Republican," amid
shouts of satirical glee.
Cleveland's letter of acceptance
has been written two or three dozen
times already. Anybody who. will
end him a" four-leaf clover, name a
colt or a heifer after him, or inclose
him a free trade document, will
promptly get letter of acceptance
in return. The Buzzard's Bay can
didate needs votes. He isn't baiting
liia hook only for fish.
Senator Hill made a friendly call
pon Governor McKinley at the sea
shore the other day. and the free
traders are all angry at him for doing
so. Mr. Uill apparently hasn't heard
(hat the new managers ot the Demo
cratic propaganda formally deny his
right to call his soul his own.
The Democratic State Convention
of Washington, which assembled at
Olympia on Wednesday to indorse
the national platform, failed to adopt
its resolutions, and after a stormy
session ended in pandemonium let
loose. The disorder ot the meeting
was characteristically Democratic,
.yet those present deserve some credit
for being unable to indorse such a
platform as they were compelled to
This country makes one-third of
the iron in the world. II consumes
In its factories one-fourth of the cot
ton in the world. It uses one-fifth
of the world's supply of wool. Thus
this country with about one-seventh
of the population, or 63,000,000 out
of the 432,000,000, constituting the
civilized and manufacturing world,
produces in every department of
human industry far more than its
natural and commercial proportion.
Mr. Watterson'8 comment on Cleve
land, "AVe're marching through i
laughter house to an open grave'
fits nicely to the tune of "John Brown's
Body," and some clever versifier
should be able to fill out some catch
ing verses for a campaign song. We
make no charge for this suggestion,
though frank to admit that to dedicate
the song to Senator Hill would give
us a quiet satisfaction. "There Is
Vest Beyond the (Salt) River" would
make an appropriate title.
The change of government in the
Argentine Republic is not in the
nature of revolution. The term of
office of Signor Pellegrini, who has
resigned because of irreconciliable
differences with the Congress, would
have expired on the 12th of October,
and Congress has simply antedated
President Saenz-Peffa's commission a
Jew weeks by asking Liin to take the
office daring the interim before his
regular term would begin. There is
not likely, therefore, to bo any partic
ular disturbance. In fact the change
will probably conduce to the peace
and quiet of the country.
'The federal tax on the currency of
'State banks has been a thorn in the
aide ot the States rights Democrats
Jor many years. The Democratic
jilatform now advocates its repeal and.
In effect, a return to the old wild-cat
system ot currency issued by State
. "banks. Secretary of the Treasury
Foster, in his first speech of the cam
paign, has shown that every panic in
the country's history followed an in
flation of currency ly the over-issue
wof State bank circulation. No one
ever lost a dollar on national bank
circulation. The people will set their
seal of condemnation on the project
to restore wild-cat banks.
Lands in England that thirty years
Ago were worth a hundred pounds an
Acre now often go a-begging at
.third aud even a quarter of that mm,
and the result is that in rery numer
ous instances the owners of Britain's
oil are simply "loud poor." , There
may come a -booai" in the market
alue of this kind of property by and
by, but there Ja no promUe of oue
just now, and it U extremely doubtful
if anything like the old prices can be
obtaiued. 80 much lor one of the
rrcat changes wrought by the grain
growers and catUe-raiisefwof America
and Australasia with whom their
British brethren find themselves more
taad more unable to compete. .. .
Ion." John P.' St John of
still percolatiug through
gn in various parts ot the
A t tor prohibition and revenue
complish hi massive . and benign
scheme for pulverizing ' the Hum
rower by talking it to death, but he
will always be cherished as the lone-
aomcst and most picturesque political
reminiscence in our beloved land.
Elections will be held in the follow
ing States before the general election
in November. Arkansas elects a
governor and State officers September
15th. Vermont elects a governor aud
other State officers, members of Con
gress and a legislature, September
Ctb. Meine elects a governor, a Con
gressman and legislature, September
12th. Florida elects a governor aud
other State officers and a legislature,
October 4th. Georgia elects a gov
ernor and State officers, October 5th.
Now is the time when a man who
is of no earthly consequence to him
self or to anybody else can easily ac
quire fame and get himself named in
the newspapers as "a prominent an-
influential citizen" simply by.flonpinjr
over from the Republican party to
the Democratic or from the Demo
cratic to the Republican. Every four
years this easy distinction, one flight
up, is achieved by dozens of men who.
but for theezeellent facilities afforded
by political agitation, would live aud
die without ever getting out of the
cool, dence shades of oblivion.
No subject has been more fertile of
speculation than the origin of Ian- inconsistent, uncertain markets,
guages. Many maintain that the lan- Europe has deficient harvests one
guage spoken by Adam is lost, and year and buys grain of ns quite free
that the Hebrew, Chaldee and Arabic v hut next vear her harvests are
are only dialects of the original
tofcgue. Goroptus published a work
in 1580 to prove that Dutch was the
language spoken in raradisc. Andre
Kemp maintained that God spoke to
Adam in Swedish, Adam answered
in Danish, and Eve spoke in French,
whilst the Persians believe three lan
guages to nave been spoken in para
dise Arabic, the most persuasive, by
the serpent; Persian, the most poetic,
by Adam and Eve; and Turkish, the
most threatcning,by the angel Gabriel.
The Hon. William J. Stoue of I
Kentucky, speaking at Maysvillc, Mo.,
"If Mr. Harrison should be elected
to sncceed himself, and by any possi
bility the Republicans should gain the
lower house of Congress, as sure as
there is a Lord in heaven a force bill
will be passed. If this should be done,
and I were yonr Governor, I would
spit upon the federal statutes; would
use all the power of the State to pre-
vent its enforcement, and if federal
officers, possibly from Chicago, should
come into our State on election day
noising about tho judges' tables we
would take them by the heels aud
throw them into the Mississippi River
for food for the fishes."
Judge Lippincott, of Jersey City.iu
closing up the case of the convicted
Democratic ballot-box-stuffers of that
city, made the following forcible and
timely remarks: "We have the right
to invoke the power of the people to
prevent the repetition of this offense.
The equality of man demands it Iu
the successful presence of this in
iquity the people become abject; the
voice of the toiler on the sea aud on
the land is utterly silenced. Govern
ment becomes the dictation of the
petty boss, not the expression of the
popular will. Labor has no election
or dignity. Under such government
childhood is stunted; manhood has no I
vigor, andge no ease. It must be
exterminated root and branch, or
nolitical Tiartica and the virror of a
free government will decay aud perish
under it." I
Be master of yonr business but
avoid being masterful. A general
may command both the confidence
and the esteem of his men without
being a martinet, a woman may rule
her own household without being a
scold, and s farmer may have the
happy facility of so conducting his
business as to possess himself of the
willing co-operation of his faired help
and command with his head rather
than his tongue. Not only does a
soft answer turn away wrath, but
orders issued and instructions given
in happy language are apt to inspire
both team and man and to make work
much more easy and agreeable.
Every man should know his own
business and to be successful must
ha maatpr nf it lint thn HkI MMtiiaitn
. . . . . ... ,,
to success is to be master of himself
and especially of bis toiiguc.
Spccial Treasury Agent Aycr esti-
mates that our tin-plato production
at tho close of the present fiscal rear
will be at tho rate of 200,000,000
pounds per year. Such a prospect
for an industrv but little over one
vear old illustrates the erternrise
and pluck of America capital.
this progressive and patriotic spirit
which, hand iu baud with the lie
publican policy of protection, has
made this country the most generous
of all toward labor aud the safest for
capital. Here more than in any
other nation the interests of capital
ana icuor recognized as identical, and
nere turougn demagogues may raut
at the nuiou, the two are destined
ultimately to work out a future that
sl..ll .v.,t- 11,. .. . .u
people on the globe.
,uu .uwj v& ulij viuvi i
Such progress as has been made iu
the making of tin plate proves tliia.
it suow wnat America can do when
it resolutely enters upon such an
onrierlakiug. The figures are taken
fer..!, , - 1
eanuot be disputed even bv lha most
itpuniv auu sirtrreivrv. I
ardent advocate of the
use of Welsh
Fa Ski Casta -
we will send you Dr. Kauffmann's
great McdioU Work: 100 pa ICS, color-1 n
ed nUtHM from liln Th ...wi v.l..hto
7 . ww-.. i
Buviacr ever puuiieoea. i o any au I
Urtiss on receiut of three 2-ccnt stamps
to pay postage. Address A. L UrU
way Ji Co, Bofelon, Mass.
The speech of Beadsman Stevenson
in "opening the campaign" of the
Democrats in Illinois was upon the
lowest level of free trade demagogy.
The Democratic candidate lor Vice-
President assailed the protective sys
tem under which this country has
achieved unparalleled prosperity with
a vehemence that recalls the vindic
tive hatred which the leaders of tho
Confederacy bore to the tariff. It is
evident that Stevenson is in the fullest
sympathy with the plank iu the Dem
ocratic platform which, in imitation
of the Confederate constitution, de
mands the abolition of all protection.
If the party of Cleveland, Steven
son &' Co. could have Its way the
euormotisly valuable American mar
ket would be thrown open without
restriction to the foreign manu
facturer, and American workiiigmen
could take there choice between
European wages and starvation.
Fortunately there is ample evidence
that the voters or the United bUtes
arc throughly awake to this. fact.
Hi is is not goiug to be a good year
fur the calamity howlers.
Prateetloa aa. the Farmer.
Hob ace Greki.ky. .
"It seems to me self-evident that
protection tends to shorten the dis
tance between the farmer and the
artesan and manufacturer, benno to
diminish the costs of exchanging
their respective products, and thus to
secure to the farmer not only surer
and steadier markets for his produce
but an ampler recompense for his
labors. Such are the conclusions that
long ago made me a protectionist.
Distnnt markets ere all but inevitably
bounteous and she requires very little
more food than she produces, no
matler how freely we may be buying
f hcr fabrics. Hence our wheat
now sells very far below the price
which ruled here when Europe bad a
meager harvest. A remote market
virtually restricts the farmer to two
or three great staples, whilo near
markets enable him to diversify his
products and thus maintain aud in
crease the productive capacity of the
Tsr. namS Wage Earners Added
The McKiulcy tariff made the
profitable manufacture of down quilts
possible in the United States Pre
vious to" its enactment down quilts
were a luxury used only by people
who had pleuly of money. Niucty-
elght per cent ot these goods were
imported from England. (July one
I small factory for their manufacture
I existed in the United States. To-day
there are six American down quilt
factories doing a prosperous business.
The price of the the finer grades of
down quilts has fallen from $30 to
$17, and of the cheaper kinds from
$12 to $6. Two thousand workers
already employed at American rates
of wages in this industry, which the
McKiulcy law virtually created. And
this reiuforcemeut to the great ariny
of American wage earners is likely
to increase many fold as the iuilustry
is further developed. It is facts just
this sort that makes votes for the
Republican party aud protection.
y. T. Prat.
There is a tradition of a little boy
who, beiug asked if he did not feel
proud now that be was able to recite
the whole alphabet, said: "Naw; I
feci as if I'd done a heap ot work
made a mighty little pile of
chips." We think that those who
have had to read, or who were forced
hear, the speeches designed to serve
as keynotes for the Iowa Democrats
in convention assembled will feel that
the labor of composing the speeches
was out of proportion to the useful-
new of them. If all that can be said
to the Democratic State Convention
against the Republican policy of pro
tection is that the irou industry is
protected and that there is trouble iu
the Uomelead iron mills, and thai
therefore, protection is a failure as a
means conducing to high wages,- is
better had go unsaid. Yet this was
all that the "orators of the day" had
It is pretty well known by this
time that the wages, even the reduced
scale of wages, offered by the Home
stead mills to American workmen
range vastly higher, iu many cases
lour times as high, in a few cases
eight times as high, and in no case
. .. "...
less than 70 per cent higher, thnu rule
in English iron mill. Hence it lol-
,ow tht protection be withdrawn
further reduction of wages is all but
Weak is not the word to bo nsed in
speaking of the oratory at the Iowa
convention: feeble is belter, aud
'nwe better sUlL
fy wife haTinj? left ror Uonse and home with
out eaase or provocation, 1 hereby Kiro vmbiir
m'nwr m . mu imj re.musinie lor any
debts sire may ooutrcct after this lste.
Cape Giraruean, Mo., AnxnttSl, lttri.
Notice of Sale.
sTOTICE it hereby jrlveri that I hare this day
A r-.olU rry eritir- stoek of a-ootls. war cud
rDerenaiiaisc. nole ana aeeoauls to ll,isetta C.
and Kotina Xoenin-iT. The bnsitiesa will It.
co-iti.-u-tl Iy the above earned rarehaers who
assume all liaoilitles furs-uoiiji. sum and m,
.an,," w tceoaau wis. jiolis
Aog. n, kat
Notice of Kesignation.
To all persons coeoerned:
Take cotiee that the Bsderslened mardlan of
and Ellen A. Carroll, minor, will, at the Ht-n.
iiieci.K voermer larroii. uniu A isrsi
wmw wnw uie ape ivrrarueaa urn Ol
vaniuimjo i leas, to oe neia at tne conn noose tn
"'? "fi! qirardeaa. .allssoari, on the
S3h day oi September, IMri, applr to said court
ur ktsvc w resign ioc oisce aua shim oi rusr
dian of said minors.
Aatrast M, lJ
J.vjuti CAKKOLls (inardlan.
FI if.'Si? L2Sa
tbaestate of Ueury Farukahl, defeased tiaat
intnnre Kiinue unai fjeuieinent tnereor at the
Rex rr 91 ,n ' vitramsa coarr or torn-
Co be held at tlH ronrt hosse In thf r.itr nlTii.
tiirardeaa oa MondaT. the -Jhth day of Septeoa.
aer, I.'. AUttliSI tObKKAHI..
To the Sharr-haltiera of the Cape Girardraa
Kotiee Ia herphv tim that meetlnr nf the
Shareholders or the Cape tiirarnVaa BuJIdintr
and Loan Association will be held at the fltae
of Henry A. Asthota. Secretary of the Associa
tion, in the City of Cape liirardcaa. Missouri,
oa Monday, September itnh, M, from 9A.M.
to 14 If for the purpose of voting oa a proposi
tion to Increase the faiftal Stock of said Asso
ciation from Two Hnndred Thousand Dollars
to Ihree Hundred Tlioosawl Dollars.
4. H. Rinxn, President
IfKirr A. Astdotjz, fieeretarv.
Cape Qirardeaa, Jlo . July lad, 193.
Valuable Farm aad Timber Laaa for
Seed k Aitholi Heal Estate Agents.
The South hair of the North eaatqnarter and
the West half of the Southeast quarter of Sec
tion IS, Township 29, Kange 12 . 100 acres .
The Kwthcast quarter ot the Bontbeast
quarter of Section U, Township 29, Usage 11
Alto Lot i of the North wast quarter, Lot 2 of
the PoutliweBt quarter. Section IS, Township
91, Rarer 12. Bast on Cottocbelt R. H. and
Cape O. St. I.. e r. 8. B. B. Cape Girardeau
Valuable Farm lJiad Far Hale.
Hon acres bottom lani. one half dear and nn-
der cultivation Itutmlnir water, tw-t springs
that never get dry. One and a half mile from
Ardeois, on the Cottoi Belt Railroad and three
quarter of a mile from the lliooinlieJd and lon
lar IliuiT llraieii Kniln.ad. Jlciinr Section 21
ami 1. Township 17, Kange 11, in Stoddard
UajcD Ahtiiolx, Heal Estate Agents,
Cape Uirudcaa, Mo
Order of Publication.
In the Caitctiirardran Court of Common Pleas,
within and for the couuty of Cape tiirardean
Fred Ilatunann, Jr., Plaintiff,
Minnie O. llauraann. Defendant.
Order of Publication la Vacation.
TOW In this Mb day of Awrnst Itvi, comes
A. the plaintiff bv attorney in the above en
titled cause,' before the undersigned clerk ot
the Csbc birardean Court of Common Pleas.
within nt-.d fr the Coniitv of Caue Girardeau
ami State of Missonri In vacation, and dies his
petition and affidavit, stating arooog other
tnnnes. mat saw ueieaiiam Minnie o. Kauniann
is a non resident of the rHatc of Mttaouri. It
Is therefore o dered by the clerk that publica
tion be made notil.t ing her that an action has
been eommuneed airMDSl b'r bv petlttou in the
Cape tiinrdean Court ot Common near, in said
oonnty. the object and uature of which is to
obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimon;
heretofore contracted between tilaintilf an
iefendaiit on the KTOuads of ind'riiitie offered
by uefeudsnt as to render bis condition intoler.
able, and unless she be end appear at the neat
term of said court to be nolden at the court
house in the City of Cape Uirardeau, State of
aiisfonn on jnonanv, ine 3Mn nav oi Bepiem
ber. IKii. atid ou of before the third day there-
oi in ine term snail so long coritiiiue if not
then before the end of the ti rml said petition
will be heard and proceedings bed nccrdingly.
it is further ordered that a copy hereof be
published in the Caiie U rardeau lifcuoi-RAT
newEpapei published in said county for four
weeks successively, the laft insertion to be
at least lif teen days Injure the commencement
or tne next term of this court.
A true copy.
Attest: . II. K.WSLll vx,
Trustee's Ealo of Eeal Estate.
mlTIfriKEAS. George Ke-sell and Amelia C
V Hassell, his wire, of the countr of Cape
Glrardean. Stateof Missouri, by tlieir certain
deed ol trust, dated the twentieth day of
Aunt&t. eivhlceu hundred and seventy-seven
and recorded in the Ki-eorder's o&ee of the
county or cspe trtrarrtean in Book G, of trusts
and inoTtraia-s.at inb:e two hundred:ai.d thirtv-
one (231), conveye-l to the undersigned trustee
under the name of VI illiam lAhLa:un
lowing described real estate or mrcels of land
situate, lying anil ojlng in tlie county or. cape
Girardenn'and State of Missouri, to-wit:
The northwest Musrter C of tne northeast
quarter t'4), ana the east halt ( J of the north
east qnarur tli) of the northwest quarter CI,
of section eleven (II) iu townahiii ihlrtv-one
'.ID. north of ranre fourteen (11) east, contain-
ing sixty tW) aer-': it is part of the real estato
purchased by Phillip Young at the Marshal's
Sole on the i'ith dav of July A. I. under
Partition between the heirs of K. Starring.
Also tile cant half Oil of the southwest
quarter C.i of the southwest fractional onarter
SI, of ucrlionlno IJ, In townEhip inlrty-one
l.ll ), nonn 01 range imineen 1 1
ine nineteen acres anil seventy
fourteen 1141 east. cotlaH.
tnrcc ana a can
uuiein-imMin ci's-evioi an aero.
Also the southeast quarter l'l of the sonth-
West quart'.T I S I ol section two -1, township
inirty-one ni, nnnn or rantfc fourteen t
east, coi tai.jt.g thirty-nine acres, more
or less; which snid cotvevance was made in
Iruit to secure the liaymenllof th. promissory
note lu said deed ol trust mentioned aoa des
vt herra. said note has lo'nr since become
due and payable according to the true tenor
date and eiTcct of said uote, and reaiaiiu un
tVl.er.'Ss, Geonre Knssel haa departed this
life over nine months airo. and ha lcal rei-
rcectitatives have alto laikd to pay the said
us. therefore. I. the nude rslimed truster
at the request of the lejral holder of snid n-te
vested by said deed of trt!t and pursuant to tile
provi'Jlo.is ot saidderdof trust, will, on
ml uy virtue oi trie power ami nunienty in me
Mouildy, the Xinctcctith Day of
September, A. I). 1892,
At the e-Mirt house door. lr. the city of Ca?e Gtr-
ardcaa, in Capo Girardeau county. Missouri,
snd between the hours of nine o'clock in the
forenoon and live o'clock in the afternoon of
that day, proceed to sell the above des
cribed real estate at pnhlie auction,
to thehiirliest bi(iler, for cai'h la hand, to
satisfy said note and interest, together with the
costs and cxpeiifes or eeculieg this deed oi
trust. WILUEIJl LUHKAdP,
Order of Publication.
In the Cape (iuardean Court of Comnion Pleas. I
wiinin ami iur uie Loamy or cajte uirarueaa i
matcot aMwwon. 111 vacaiuHi .
MOXDAT, AUtWT U. IKri.
William ti. Mahnke. Ilenir Mmhnke. Charles
ai ait iti.e, usry jh. tiaien aia wuiiani II
Uatcra. ber taiubaod, plaiutllTs,
Catharine Harms and William narma. do.
Action ror Partition of Real Estate
1VTOW atthisrlay come the ilaintiff herein
br cttonier tK'Ioiv th- nntlcrhiiMl rJrk
of the 1 tiirarrJean Court or Coniinoa fleas
wiinin aa tor me itooutj or Couc 0;rarlean
and State of Minonn, In vacation, snd flla
tlteir ikftition, verltWil by aftiJavit, atatlng
intuPE uurM iniiin inn ine oetenuaiiwa cam
arine liarma aud William Ilanna are ikki resi-
Ici.tsni Ihe .Statf? of Mituonii It is thftrMnpw
opiercn ny uie clerk aforesaid in vacation that
poblieatioo be mado nottryina; them tnat an
action baa been oommenced avaiust tbera bv
IM-iiutm in uie ".npr uirmnieau vonr. oi om-
inon t'lraa iu caue uiranieaneonntv. NiBMouri.
the jreiiernl object and nature of which ta fur
p tit ion and division of the follow inar defuribed
real cetat situate In the city mini county of
vBfic uiraniein inu maieoi Mitutonn, to-wit:
Lot number twelve Ui) of a subdivision of
Out Lots C, I, K and nine (u) ol the City of
cape utrardeau, contain ine sixty-nine hnn-
-in-.itnt (K-iuii or au acre and bonuded
follows: Commeneiiin at a certain point on the
Boumern nounuary line ot tuc uravel road
(itow Itroadway street) runs south two hundred
an eighteen (ill) feet to an alley, thence west
along uiu alley one hundred and twenty
and one half fldl 1-3 feet, thence north two
hundred aud-nltr-two (iiXt feet, and theneaein
au eahterly direction atonic said travel Hoad to
the point of btifinnliifr; beinr hounded east by
lot number eleren (II). soul
by lot number seven (7). ai.d north by said
l by au alley, west
uravel itoaa arunird by Ueury
la.rrljnlmilrli:iloI I 1 'I slr II w I..I ,.t S-
" - isu.h vim viaia, usuaaaaaa va MIC
City of Cape Girardeau, dated day of
aavd-iiiiai-r, ow, aUTiira in IMJOI Up pages
Also a rrjctional part of tnt Lot twentv
eltfht (2h) to the city of Cape Girardeau, bound-
aw avaauna. ut'glliuili VIS arWUVUCSSI
corner of said Out Jot number twenty-efht
l-"t went nitU tutj arUHkllTfll IWdGUaVtrt
line of said Out Lot' twenty-eight one
lint Hired and twelve (Hi) feet, thence noctb
parallel with the eastern boundary line of said
Out l.ot tiumlMr twentr-eiirht ti. two hundrii
and sixteen 2 Hi) Teet, more or lefts to the Cape
Girardeau and Jackson Gravel Koad. thence
card alontr the south side of ssld (.nvoi tu.t
one hnndred and twelve 112) feet to the eastern
uonnuaxy line ci eaia lot nuinoer iwenty-eiftrht
thence south with said line two hundred
and sixteen fiJrtl feet iuor or less to thu
of beinni.ijr, aci aired by Henry Mahnke as
per area iroin neury j. heoUeil and WUetlated
the tilth day of March, tatf, reconled In liook
t , payees fonr huiidred and forty-one 4411. Ac.
1 he foregoing tffoJ tracU of veal estate
ereaeuuired hv salti Joltn C Uahnka .
devittce undertlie naineol ChriHtoplier Mahnke
ui'uer i.rii' is'., win ana iaiueilt oi Us OrotoeT.
ilenry Malinkn, deceased.
' Also a Dart of lot unnbsr twratviinaw rQi
iirantra E. in the citv of Cane GlnAnr
bounded as follows: Oimmencltiai' m LhKanri..
eat corner of said lot nunibcrtwejity-iiine ,
thence wet with the southern boundary line of
aaiu lot ninetv ) leet, menee north parallel
with t'rederiek street Bixty-aveG:iJeet, t.ence
east forty-rtve 1V1 faet, thence corth twenty
four liJ feet, thence east forty-live (4il fett to
rreuerirK street, toenee soatn with fr'miprirk
street eighty -nine IfJ feet to the place of be-
Amonc the plsintilft and defcudanta innrrl.
intr to their recpective ritcuta set forth In their
petition died iu this cause and that if partition
cannot be made in kind to have said real esute
sold and the proceeds of said sale divided
among the parties according to their respective
init-'ix'tkia. aua inn airm inev ne ana smearst
.nts uejsi oepacnoer una or uua court to I
ooinen at tne conn nouae in ine city of Cape
Girardeau, State of llisstrurl. ou Monday the
&th day of September. IMS, aad oa or before
the third dav thereof if the term shall so lmtr
cvt:unii7, ii itu, iiicn us-iure w enu or toe
term), anu answer k ibc petition hereof, judg
ment and decree will be rendrred for partition
of said real estate among those entitled there
to, aeeordinr to the dodina of said court, and
if the real' estate cannot be ditided in kind
without w-fQd ice. then the court will nW
we saiu reai estate soia
It is fortlier orderMl that a no
pablished la the Cape Glrardeaa lis
MsrapapeT paklisbed ia the dry and eoosty of
thr last insertion to be at least fifteen days be
fore the rcrruwBeeraent of the next SeMetabet
term of this coon. A true coot.
Attest: E. U. KNlifcXMAXX,
EDWARD D. ESGrXSfAmr.
agi6as;i AtUauaey lor PlaisUaa.
F. A. KAGE,
.-Notary t Public.-:
Office at the Star Stable, Sitnlsa Street, Cap
LIES. W. SCHEADf E, .
A Graduate, with borwra, of the St. Louts
school of Midwifery, ai-d the only graduate
Mid-wife In Cape Girardeau. Residence on
Pel view street, two doors eas of Surlgg street
Brooks & Quinn,
COMPLETE ABSfBACTS OF TITLE
S. S- HARRIS.
Physician and Surgeon.
Oflk in fear of Trrcker's Dra: Store
of (tttiupendeiicw rnixl Hptkiiieh Streets, Cl-t Oi
a&rflPaUi . O3pocial atteutioi. given to -Surgery
rud Diaezae of malw.
Residence corner Harmony and Middle streets.
aUADt'STK Or THE
- St. Louis School of Mid-Wives.
Twenty-dve Tears experience.
E)Alf calls promptly attended og W toia
GILBERT H. WILSON,
(Successor to Hatto ft 8kuki.t.)
OS THE LEVKK,
CArE GIRAUDKAU, MISSOURI.
KEEPS A I'ULt. LIKE OP
Staple and Fancy
iiivn psrtfrnt&T attention to the shipping
and receiving of trciilit aitd 0ob of til kinU.
Ilia evcral yean experience in this boniiw?
will nable him to (rive satisfaction to all
patrous. lie alM keeps a trod awonmetit ol
grass and other Held seed, lie solicit and will
endeavor to merit the liberal patronage of this
eommnsiity. Kept. 4
Cape City Roller Mills.
. Laid iEflroyefl Boiler Process.
Baring adonted the Holler Pvocens, we are
now prepared to make flour of the finest grades.
A trial of oar Knller lroneM Floor will ooa
Tiuoe you tliat it is the best Floor mada.
IVE IS A TBI Ala
STUtN) BROS., Prep'rs.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI
L. D. Wolford.
Bobert Sac km as
1 ' i
Sotrro Boom Undeb St. CnaaLE Hutu..
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
FINE IJQTrOHS A SPECIALTY.
Extra Fine Luneh everv Saturdsv
niHht. " .
jia-Jug Business a Specialty.Si(
B1U BAKUA1NS AT
II. A. XEHEITS
LARGEST stork and clieajicst boose I:i South
Roofing and Guttering.
ctri! tiiRASi'E'.u. Misson::
Caps Girariean Meat Marict
Indcpendener Street. (Fenl Ut's OKl.Und
We Li rpmodelotl our shop, and row have
the nleeat meat marte i:i the city. Cnntomerf-
mav reft assurrd that they will pet the very best
of ineat and receive the kindest tn-atmeit.
ErTenh ali-at and oaniarea of all kinds on
ana at an times.
is. w. la h.ijei:9 Propv.
IndejKn&incc Street, Caj.e Girar
Fine Wines, Whiskies. Brandies and Cigars
. Mellrair's celebrated Whisky always oa hand,
rrron iw aiwavs on up.
tfiueer Lunch every inornlni. Siva
OF ALL KINDS-
Whlte aad Yellow Pine, Popljtr, Cvpresa
Oak, Gum, Walnut, Atdf ar.d Cherry. Also
Mooring and Ceiling all grades, rmithini
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Moulding. Wlndo
afrWIndow and Poor frames: all aire
made to order on short notice.
Delivered anywhere Inside of city limits.
Spanish Street. Cape Girardeau, Mo,
Dry Goods and tirocer.es
GOOD HOPE ST REFT,
Cape Girardeau. Mo.
Hariris- morsd Into nr lara and risnnt npw
stnre boose ami lost rucelreu a new stock of
fall urv gooda and arasoiianle rractriM, 1
say to trie labile that I am prvparrd to ahow
tnm as nsv jriwua aa any ucaior in rna city,
frires rrabonainr' as any otnrr store in tne eity
lAJUuirr proaoce ooafiDi situ soiu. seim
ADDLES AND COLLARS.
slo nsALsa 15
Aud ail other vehicles.
I guarantee all my work flrst-elaaa and
prices as low ss any hoase it the city. I
show the largest and best line or BUGGIES and
CARTS la town, and guarantee everything sold
oy me In that line. Before pnrohaaiag la lit)
ne giie me a call and oonrlnce yonrself.
Corner Harmony and oprigj stireta-
L. P. RUFF,
CAPE GIKARDEAU, MO.
ArtiAHal Teeth an Sold. Silver ar Vs Irani te
Ooltl, Silver and Porcelain crowns, axmntel
n the fangs of natural teeth Par. Liquid
Nitrous Oxide Gass for th. painless extraction
of teeth . Ail work aamiited to trite aalWae-
bu-nm am Lactn t. s run see. nroc ten.
ioo. coargea reasonable, r-ineea yeara
iractleal experience, tlfflee rwtalrs 1 n Rodney
laiidjoa;, eoraer iaoadwar anal Alitrst.
ST. LOCI8 A PADUCAH KAILWAY, ST.
LOL'19 k CAIRO SHORT LINE, (ST. L. k.
k T. H.R. B. CO.) f ; - . -;
I.e. Padneak 40 a
11:10 A. X.
Isfll r. x.
1 r. x.
t 'O r. x.
s II r. x.
3:21 r. x.
1:30 r. X.
4:il r. X.
t-JO r. x.
t-Ti r. x.
I ll r. x.
7:a r. x.
i-fln r. x.
8:10 r. x
817 r. x.
: r. X.
10:119 r. X.
ll-n r. x.
li:ai a. a.
AX a. M.
L. Parker I'itT
Li. Carbondale 7:li a. a.
Ar. Harrison e' a. m.
Ar. Mnrphysboro a a. h.
I.t. HarrisoB 8:23 a. h.
Ar. PineknevTlIle. . . ):ISi. 1.
Ar. CVmlterviUe a. x.
Ar. St. Louis 11:53 a. a.
I.T. St. Looli
Lv. PinckneyriUe .
Ar. afurpfiytboro ..
Ar. Parker City...,
Ar. Metropolis. ...
7 a. x.
9:.v, a. X.
10 :W A. X.
11:1 a. x.
11 i5 A. X.
li t! A. X.
11 :M A. X.
1:3) r. X.
3 46 r. a.
S ii r. x.
This line now makes direct connection with
G.T. k C. trains leaving Cane Girardeau at
eooa m , arriving at St. Louia at ll.ii a.m.
Returning, leave St. Louis at 70 a. m. arriv
ing at Caiic Girardeau at 2:lX p. m.
Geo. K. Lakt, Gen. Pass. Agt Ft. Louis.
Geo. W. Pakkee, Gen. Mauai.r. St Louis.
P. C. COOTER,
ArcaJe BuiMing, Mam Street.
CAI'E G1UAKDE.VU, .MISSOUKI.
Pensions, Increase Pcnslona, Bounties Com
mutation of Rations, Land and Homestead ard
m-Emption Claims, aid au. eutdi or wae
cuuxs larax rsnxrr atttxiios.
KEmaiucca: Dllligont attention to business
JOHN ST. AVIT,
Spanish 9troet. 9?eon! d'-or fro-n TndepetteV
nco. ChfMpeot Itoane ia Uie or? lor
Qucenswsre aad Glassware,
And will pay tha lliost Jlsrkct Price, for
Ha anUoiU a liar of public pairoosr.
Have Adopted to.
And It now maMnr Dour that can not be
excel lt hv any mill In iho ennntry. A trial
of the Hotter I'imco rl -iir wiiJ couvince eoy
Judgv or tiJXhl Vltur t!ut it it superior to snj
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
P. W. POTT, Proprietor.
Capo Girardcan, Mo.
Cigars, Totacco. Fine Candies
I.xrtvrns, uitivfj vitrR piionrcK and
tiET VOCtf MUSfe't 'S WOKTU.
We sell at t)ri:c3 that
WARREN & SON.
Opposite Sttmlivaiit ISauk.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, UO.
P. W. F0TT. Prcp'r.
iATS. st all times, the hi'-iiest jnsrket trrlre
lr Vl:e:it cini Wbiii- ;orn Manslftriureft
a l M'ili nt ..rl'oiessle a.nl retail, nmlir lull
gnaraiitiu, the loiiuniiig brnrU of r'lor.r:
Ii KX :a.b.u., : : I'atfkt
I.IF.Y . th VAf.T.KY, ESiba Kakct.
yl'KKN' okthb CAI'JS.
I X h. : : : : : Fa.vct.
CKKKOI.A. : : : : Cn.iica
Yrvtb ground Corn Meel for sale or exchange
siv nil ik.u.u wi 11,11 iclu.
Btrk Cet4srbo tnd relferv mil tbotrobl faial
drot to bsltocti ttntAot th Bjrtem.9Jch C4
Dtzdnen. Matniea. DnwtiBam. Ihstreaa after
ottng. ran in Um fiido, Wkiia their moa)
XTtaAtebc yet Carter's Utt)o Ltrcr Tttta B9
ntrtlly Tklnvbla to OotiAUpaitioa. cming aad prr
Ac fcottiey iroald b5liiict pi teelc to tfwft wfm
4Tn Ut from tbla dtstrcnlaff compLalcU bat t crta
mteiy Uietrjrx)dnedoe aaieml henndtboso
Who once try tbcm will And Umos litile paia-nltw
able In mmiDj wmys tbAt tbtrr will po4 ba il
Itotf toOowiUMOttiKW. Btrt after -UUfari-bwj
rlEtbabaneof eoraanjlIvM that ter. tawnar
wsmsk.onrareatboaat, Our pUlacnr.lt wnila
Carters Littl. liver POT. are wry email aca
TOTeaaytoftunv OerT two pillfl rokos duao.
Hilars strictly veeuhla aM d not grips or
fursn, bat by tbetrffn Us action pleaansll who
asotosm. InTtatsstxSeentat uvsrcrEL, 60s.
by drn.jsiata ovary. bare, or acnt by mail.
CARTER MCOtcl CO Htm Yorttl
SMALLPILL. SMJ0L DOSE. SUALL PRICE
4 Fair Faco
Will give you
fend eni atamas to A. P. Orrlway a ro.
ItoainBi Ussa ,torU..trfMy1ictl woAfvhiUei
School will begin
yon bought the Tall
Has the finest stock of new
(in knee and long pants) in this city, AND
SO CHEAP. Don't miss to sec our
Coat, two pair Pants
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
a. kuki)k;i;h. rrt.
i v'. Ki:t r:!7r.AC-!i:i:,
A. J. LAX;, Sii-V.
U F. E!.OSTKKM.XX, Trcas.
OTTO IIAXSY, litu j Agent.
FINE TINTING AND
siezr PAnranraop all znros.
N. W. Corner Main and Broadway,
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Agenta, Richards Cape I.me.
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO.
Wc l-g to call ycnif atlcrllion to our tic-.- (lateuicd
BREAD, CAKE AND
TVlilch we arc now placing ntiou
A LOXG-FEI.T NEED
Cut herewith rcprcM-nt our ltresii
has a scalloped or serrated edge, at has
grcatlr to cutting quality' of tire knives,
over Uie kuifo with a plain einooth cde.
Wilh the Dread Knife, warm bread
Icaring a nice crcn snrface to the bread. It is also fmiutt uuila useful ia
sUciiig ham and all kinds of meat,
hi I IB UP TH at WHOLE
sHpofland's Podophyllm Plll
in a few day.. Havd
supply for the little
and Hat, all to match
Spanish & Independence Sts
r. v. Fines ba hkis,
a. j. r.AX'i.
L. F. KMSI KttMAKJJ'.
11. T. IlEIiOXXET.
the market, oJ with n bicU we are
lvuil'e, which aa will be ohserved,
al-o Ifae Cake Knife, w hich adda
autl ia therefore a vast improvement
can lie cut as rasily as eoW, alwava
EinVAKD ri UIXXW
CLCaR Tit? rwvM,rXioJ,
, Bftumrr.x ti !tw, -- -v
UWKKTBH TUB BXKATfT.
Tf.fSF TUR STO.HArtT. .
SVltTKH TO PKHIfJXT UBALTH.