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XaEAD PSXcrt. JOTTIHQ3.
SCdmorandnus llado ia the Re
"J We will have a big show in the
city on the 26c h.
The shooting match between
Brown snd ltrry took plare it the
Pair Gr ,nnd yesterday and resulted
in an easy victory tor the Illinois sport.
1'erry broke twelve giant balls out of
fifteen while Brown broke only seven.
There was a large crowd of people
ou the grounds to witness the match.
Col. I), r. Davcr and Mai. J. C.
McGinnis will soak at the (. A. It
Ite-ntiion October 11th at the Fair
lion. Webster Davis, the silver
tongusd orator of Missouri, will de
liver a speech in this city some time
livtwccu now and election day. Mr.
Davis is an orator who has the ability
to jutorrst intelligent people of any
An exchange, speaking of the
effects of a cyclone, savs "It turned
a well wrong side out in Mississippi
turned a cellar up side dawn in Wis
consin; moved a township line in Ne
braska; blew all the staves out of a
Whisky barrel in Iowa, and left noth
ing but the bung hole; changed the
clay of the week in Ohio; killed an
honest Indian agent in the far west:
blew hair off a baldheaded man in
Texas: killed a truthful lawyer in
Illinois; blew the mortgage off a farm
in Minnesota; wared a red-headed girl
in Michigan: blew the cracks out of a
fence in Dakota, and took all the wind
out ot a prohibition crator in Maine.''
A prommr-iit merchant snyst fcI
havesold Mcgriuiine lor over a year
and guarauteed it to eure any head
ache without bad after efforts and
have not found a single case it did
hot relieve. Sample tree. The lr.
"Whitehall 5Ieriininc Co.. South
lien. I. Ind. Sold bv druggists.
l'ete Carroll is at work lathing
t'lC Sturdivant I!ai:k buildiug. lie
Will begiu plastering next week.
One of the many attractions at
Ihe l'air this yenr will be a balloon as
cension during three days of the
We would like to know by what
Tight the county collects a tax ot
fifty dollars from every circus that
ohuws in this city.
Young Hope, the Democratic
rvididittc for Prosecuting Attorney,
is a kid. He is too small and too
vouug to be running for offu-e.
The Common Pleas Court ad
jonrded this morning till the next
regular term which will bo the first
Jlouday ia January next.
The Street Itailway Company
was granted a franchise over Morgan
Oak street last night by the City
The committee managing the
Trades' Parade is doing good work.
The number of floats will be larger
.than expected. Nearly every busi
ness house in the city will be repre
sented in the Parade.
Nearly all the stalls for stock on
the Fair Grounds have been taken
already. This shows that there will
be more stock exhibited this year
than in years past.
The Lecture Bureau can secure
tho Jessie Foster Opera Company
during the season this year. Thai
comnanv will draw a larger house
than any lecturer the Bureau could
Dr. S. S. Harris, Frauk E. Bur
rough, "Hoosier BilP and Ben Blair
are down on the St. Francis Kiver
fishing and hunting. If their bait
holds out they will spend the week on
the banks of the beautiful little river.
The cars for our street car line
are being painted aud put in readi
ness for operation. The compauy
propose to begin the work of putting
down the track about the first of
November. They will want a large
force of hands when they begin lay
ing the track.
The Democratic candidates for
county offices ic this county are each
keeping a stiff upper lip. They know
their chances are slim but they pre
tend that they have no fear about the
result of the election. That's right,
boys, it is manly to meet defeat
The first day of the Fair this
year will be a grand day. Sevcnty
fixo per cent, of the gate money on
the first day will go to the Southeast
Missouri is. A. li. Association aud
the boys in blue will see that a big
crowd is there.
Chas. Hunter, the Democratic
political boss, went belore the City
. Council last night and asked that
IIIH . -urn, -nra-a ae - .
honorable body lo discharge two of ' and this city to run in opposition to
the city policemen. The Council will the steamer Idlewild. Iet our citi
pay Utile attention to such men as zens be careful. Stand by the Idle
liuuwr. tVUd a. the u&e old reliable.
At its iriceUne last night Ihe City
I jonncu passed an ordinance reducing
circus license from fifty to twenty-
I five dollars. That little job should
have been attended to years ago.
Visitors at the fair this year will
be surprised to see how our city has
. , . . , , .
improved since they were here last
year, and they will be still more stir
nrinnil tA ham rwtildlv tlia ri(r la
It I J - -
i erected on the corner of Main and
JJJJITheuils streets by the stockholders
of the Sturdivant Bank will catrh
the eve of the thousands of visitors.
Children like to take "ftftft
Certain C bill f lirt," Ihe plraa
aut aud icuaruulcrd cure for
Fever, Ague and Malaria.
Price AO rt.
Henry Wolfe, step-son of Henry
K-ipper, was twenty-one years of age
to-day, and Mr. Kopper as his guardian
made a liual settlement in the Com
mon l'leas court tins morning ami
turned over his estate, lleury is a
good boy and he Kill not sqauder
what he receives Twenty-one years
makes a voter and Henry Wolfe will
vole right, for we know (hnt Ids bal
lot will be cast for llarrisou and
Judge Cramer finished up his
biiuncss to-day as Judge of the Com
mon Pleas Court. Under his admin
istration the Common l'leas Court
has been looked upon by the people
and the lawyers as a court of justice
of a higher grade than usual for a
Common Pleas Court. J udgc Cramer
is a man possessed of a tine Judicial
mind and dunug Ins tour vears ser
vice as Judge of the Common Plea
Court fewer of his decisions have
licen reversed by the higher courts
than were reversed for anv former
occupant of the bench in that court.
Megrimiiic is the only guaranteed
pnrmeneiit cure for headache and
neuralgia. Believes in 20 to 30 mill
ntcs. A great blood cleanser auu
stimulant that in time ositively cures.
Sample hot lie Iree. Tho Dr. Whithall
Megrimiue Co., South Bend, Ind.
Sold by druggists.
ape Girardeau Street Itailway
Stock was at a premium last night.
In the short space of a few minutes
time the capital stock was raised
five hundred dollars.
Father Klein, who was shot by
highwaymen a few days ago aud who
lias been iu the ho-pital iu this city,
is rapidly improving.
Maud Atkinson who will occupy
the Opera House here next week will
put on an entirely new repertoire.
Her company is quiie a favorite in
our city and she will do well here
Miss Knmiiiski, of Galveston.
Texas, is in the city visiting relatives.
She will remniii here several days.
Dou'l forget that Maud Atkinson
will be at the Opera House all uexl
If yonr appelate ia gone notli
l:iS will rcMwre it isiure quickly
than 'C. V. V. Certain 41:111
Cure," the ereat Tonic and
I'uaruntecd Cure for Chills and
Fever. Irlco ft cculs.
The Kingliiig Brothers show
which will lie hereon the 26th is a
first-class show and our people should
not miss it.
"arrine Bros, steam Merry-go-
rouud will be on the Fair Grounds
'Oh," exclaimed a girl at a lonelv
summer resort, Hhcre is a real man
at last." -No, it isn't," replied
another girl: "it smokes cigarettes
aud rocks the boat."
The policeman who watches the
beer saloon is always ou tap.
The Cae Girardeau Street Kail
way Couipauy orgauied Inst night
and elected the lollowiug officers: U
S. Joseph, President; I). A. Gleeu.
1st Vive-President; W. II. Coerver,
2nd Vice-President; W. A. Penney,
General Manager, J. C. Hanny, Sec
retary and W. T. Colston, Treasurer
T C. C. Certain Corn Cnrc"
removes corns, worts, bunions,
snolca and callouses.
ted. See thai C ;,
. C. fa blown
In every bottle.
Take no other.
Don't forget that Col. D. P. Dyer
audSeuator J. C McGiunis will ad
dress the people of Southeast Mis
souri at tac Fair Grounds on Tues
day. October 11th. Don't fail to go
aud hear them.
The Catie Girardeau Street Unil-
wv Comnanv has made a call of
fifty per cent on its shareholders for
the purpose of begining work.
F.nirlish Snavin Uuiment re
moves all Hard, Soft or Calloused
l.iimna and Blemishes from horses.
Blood Spavin Curbs. Splints Sweeney.
Ring-Bone Stifles, Sprains, all swollen
Throats, Coughs, etc. Save $50 by
use of one bottle. Warranted the
most Blemish cure ever kuown. Sold
by Bider & Whichterich, Druggists,
Cape Girardeau Mo.
The Public Schools will be closed
next Wednesday to give the children
a chance to attend the Fair.
The steam lanndry is now doing
a wood business. Their trade is
growing so rapidly that they bare to
There is to be a wedding in this
city before many wecKs more, we
printed the invitations to-day but are
not at liberty to mention names.
The Maad Atkinson Company
will begin their engagement in this
city ucxt Monday. We do not kuow
what the owning bill will be.
An Anchor Line steamer is to be
nni in lha trade between St. Louis
The Eureka buid will be heard
on our street next wceK discoursing
some of their elegant .music. The
Eureka band again has the contract
to furnish music for the Fair. .
Major Hendenhot, the drummer
boy ot the Rappahannock, who will
be here next week is the acknowledge
ed champion drummer of America.
This Is going to be one the leading
attractions for our Fair and onr peo
ple will witness something that they
hare never had the opportunity to see
A crank entered enr office this
afternoon in a rather big hurry, and
after gazing about the room for a few
minutes, he turned towards us, assun..
sinning an attitude such as Booth
.night take In "King Lear," and draw
ing his features and rolling his eyes
he begau giving us Shakesiear and
Longfellow In a trne dramatic style.
After amusing himself in this manner
fir a short time he asked our pardon
for iutrndiug, and that bciug gladly
given, he took his departure.
As the Fair Is near at hand we
think ic would be a good Idea for our
city officials to see that our streets
are denned aud put iu such a condi
tion for next week, that the visitors
who conio here lo attend our Fair
cannot go away and say that the Cae
has dirty streets. It is to Ihe interest
of evcrv cilixeu that this work should
be done. Iet the streets be thorough
ly cleaned, the rubbish hauled away.
asd above all remove the boxes and
other unucccsrarv obstructions on
the sidewalks, so that our beautiful
little city cau be spoken of iu such a
manner as to please every good
oCurel So Par! Xo Taste:
Dr. ffiondcnuulPa Ague Cure
warranted to cure Chill and
l'cvcr. Price, SO cents.
The Maud Atkinson company
op -lied its week's engagement in this
city at the Open. House last night to
an audieuce that tilled every scat and
took up the standing room. Whcu
the curtain rose scats were at a
p -emiuin and many who sought ad
raisslou bad to be turned away. The
company fully Jiistilicd the rereptio i
it met with and gave "Forget-Me-
Not." a rcuditlon that drew unlimited
applause. Maud Atkinson, in the
title roll, never appeared to better
advantage aud won mpular approval
to such au extent that she is sure to
he a favorite during the stay of Ihe
company here. Muskegon -Vein.
The Km of yestcrdiy gavc ven'
to some deep learned thought: it fair
ly sparkled iu its display of learning.
Amoug its expression-: Imgfellow
wrote Thauotoitsis." That is uews to
us, but the AVi says he did; it must
he so. We know W.C. Brvant wrote
Thanatopsis. Like another learned
little Deuiocoat who in his desire to
praise a I raitor, spoke of -great Stone
wall Jackson defending New Orleans
behind cotton bales." That man too
ought to be in the Km ollice. The
a one paper says Judge W. J. i resham
has joiiied the Deunicratir parly, anil
therefore it proceeds to praise him
for the first lime. He joined the
leinorratic party when lAingfullow
wrotc TtiASirrorsis. o lie joined
ihe People's party. So did eleven
in 'iiibcrs or the W anicr uuii join me
S;oue Club. There is no tin ni:idc in
this country. All as true as Iiup
lello v wrote Thauatopsis. as this is
the word the Era is meauing. "A
little learning is a dangerous thing.'
This remedy is hecominjf so well
known and so popular as to need no
pecial mention. All who have used
Electric Hitters sing the same song
if praise a purer medicine docs not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed. Electric Hitters will
cure all discuses or ttic l.iver ami
Ividiicys, will remove Pimples, ltoils.
Salt Itheuni and other a fleet ions
caused hy impure hlood. Will drive
Malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all Malaria fevers. For
enre ol Headache, Consumption and
Indigestion try Electric Hitters. En
tire satisfaction guaranteed, or money
refunded. Price 60 cents and M.00
per bottle al Wilsou's Drug Store.
A J.lht Merita.
EnviT Mills, Mo, Oct. i 1892.
According to rcijucst I send yon
a short description of the joint meet
ing of the Stone and Warner clubs
last nighl. The meeting was held at
the new school bouse., which was
crowded to its fullest rapacity at an
early honr by both political parties
of this thriving; little village and
The meeting was called to order by
Chairman Brown, who . introduced
Mr. William llaupl: who spoke in
auswer to Mr. Chas. Minton's speech
here last week. He confined himself
mostly to the tin plate questiou, en
tirely rcfutiuir Mr. Mintons state
ments. For his first effort Mr. Haupt
did well and was listened to atten
Mr. Schack was the next speaker,
and confined his remarks ta the tin
factories at Elwood, Indiana. His re
marks were trne and irrefutable.
The next speaker was Alexander
Ross, who delivered a very conserva
tive, instructive speech, saying not
one word about Ihe war or any sub-
iect to grate on the feelings of any
present. He made many menus ana
will poll a strong Tote in this town-
When the meeting closed many of
the Stone club declared themselves
well pleased, and Ihe speaker received
many congratulations and friendly
shakes of the hand from both parties.
The joint meeting was pronounced
abont the best ever held at Egypt.
I. li. Fkkqlak
TkeJT HstM Attempt ta Wok,
nasMt Slav. Fa titer It leln.
Sunday night, October 2nd, lots,
between 9 and 10 o'clock Iter.
Father Klein, of the Kelso Catholic
Church, who was on his way home
irons this city, accompanied by bis
mother and a little girl, all in a buggy,
was held up by two highwaymen near
tho big bluff of rocks about two miles
south of this eily.
Father Klein was driving along
slowly and when he n cared the bluff
of rocks near the gate on the road
that leads out to the College farm
house two men stepped out from be
hind the trees and one of them seixed
the lines at the horse's head and the
other man demanded the Priest's
money. Father Kleiu struck his horse
with his whip aud Ihe horse hounded
forward so quick that the man hold
ing to the lines was knocked down.
Father Kleiu then wheeled his horse
around with his head toward this city.
but before he could gel out of reach
the man at the side of the buggy
demaudiug Ins monev drew a re
volver and tired. Tho ball struck
Father Klein in the right side and
passing around under the skin lodged
in the breast. The wound is not
necessarily dangerous. Father Klein
returned to the city as fast as his
horse could briug him. He went to
the hospitable and sent for Dr Por
terlield who extracted the ball and
drcs-ed the wound, anil to-day the
Rev. Father is doiug well. He will
be sore for several days from Un
wound but he will be able to go about
within two or three days.
Father Klein, we understand, is
uuable lo give a description of the
highwaymen. He was excited when
they stopped him and demanded his
monev and wc are in formed that lie
does not know whether the men were
black or white.
Officers arc ou the watch and it !-
believed they have a clew to the guilty
partics. A dog, It Is said, with a eity
tax tag on his nwk was with the
highwaymen anil alter the shooting
the ilog followed Father Klein's bug
gy to this city where he wacapturcd
and is being held as evidence against
If the parties are captured we pre
dict that they will lie given a secdy
trial bv Judge I.vnch.
Mouday was a gala-day at the new
hool house in District !., near
Kgypt Mills. The School Directors
hail in ide all necessary arrangements
lo entertain the people who Hocked
there from all parts of the cotintv.
President Norton of the Southeast
Normal was the orator of the day and
he delivered one of his masterly dis
courses a synopsis of which we would
like to give our readers had we I In
time ami space. The Professor w as
it his best and his oration delighted
the large audience.
A splendid dinner was served and
partaken of by all. Barbecued meats
and everything good to satisfy the
appetite. !iich a least we seldom sec.
The meeting was not political, but
here were lots of candidates and
politicians there, aud of course they
nixed some politics in lo make (he
meeting more lively.
fur NA1.I.V m rxiiTiir fi.h I
We an r.ial'iK Father ll.-j.min, a million men
SLimtitirf the Tjibiir cry rro-tret-ion.
rom the MiKiMiil indln atrram and Xrw
Shoaling the rarmer-ery Pro-tect-lon.
Onr country forever, hnrrah bora, haTrah,
Down with the itriUah Sag and up with the
We will ratty Tor nnr country . we wfll rally
Sltoatl.ijr the rarmem-ery Pro-tect-lon.
Look alone the wlnillng Tallin! , where the
rn-lden harvest shine.
Shouting the labor-cry Pro-tect-lon.
Yon will see the hardy farmer boy. falling into
Shouting the farmer-cry Prm-tcet-tnn.
Ciionf s Onr country, etc.
tin million laboring Totem, hare gone this
Shouting the laborer? Pro-tect-lon.
We are coming Father lieujaniia, a million
men or more.
Snouting the farmew-cly Pro-tect-lon.
Citoai-s ourcoantry, etc.
fi.iaa- ! Bill.
"Mr husband is a good man moral
ly," said Mrs. Arthur Dox, "but I
have the gravest tears for bis soul."
"Why soT asked a fncud.
"Well, first he drifted away from
the Methodists and Joined the Bap
tists. After awhile he left the Bap
tists and joined the I niversahsts. It
would have been all right ir he d stop
ped there; but now he has thrown
religion aside altogether aud joined
Cl.t r Ball .
atennlMna- uncalled for In the poat erne, f
Ga-s Wraroaao, canity of Cap Uiranleaa
t auaoait, IOC u. wmcm, mamim.
Miu ClnthT Brown,
Mr. M 8 Dotna,
Mrs. Wm. liar la.
Jamea W. Mwtdux,
Hev. C. P. Brewer.
Ktta Hose, t
0o t'. Smith,
Penona calling for any of the shore letters
wlllpleaa. aay "Aileieil." airing aatroi
this list. II not called ror within thirty daya
they will be aent to the Dead Letter Offlee at
WashiiujU-uUty. u. in.Jir.K,
IS aaaalal ka la Every H
J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay SL, Sharps-
burg, Pa, says he will not be without
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Congbs an Colds, that It
cured hU wife who was threatened
with Pneumonia after an attack of
"La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physicians bad
done her no good. Bobert Barbae,
of Cooksport, Pa, claimes Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything be ever Med for
Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. Free Trial Bottles at Wilson's
Large bottle 60c, and
The largest assortment of)
We handle the Dittman
rhe pri:e shall be as low
(in many cases less)
Ami lastly, that when you come to market dont forget to call
on us. We have our
willing: to quote prices.
The t'leaa carina rase.
The jury thai tried IhcClemenreau
case last niL'lit was so large that it
lilted the Grand Opera house ami it
was composed of able and learned
leopic. The verdict was agreed upon
with jierfert unanimity and was. that
the Maude Atkiuson Co. is "the best
that has ever made ."a stand in Hirli-
inuud; that Maude Atkinson, herself.
a real actress and deserves the
hearty praise aud plaudits she receives
wherever she goes.
In the plav, last night, Miss Atkin
ou took the part of '-Iza." in the
varied characters ol the Page, of tin"
Artless, of the Model, ot the wile and
ol the Siren. In each ot these she
was perfect anil was entitled to the
literal applause so heartily bestowed.
Jlkhmiitul, 7i, rnladiut.
rar HI re in
wc will semi you it. ivauninanus
great Medical Work; 100 agc, color
ed plates from lite. The most valuable
adviser ever published. To any ad-
rcss ou n ceipl of three 2-cenl stamia
lo pay postage. Address A. I . Urd-
wav & Co, Boston, Mass.
.arc est Living MiaiaaBtama. Wlln
the mnaliac Rrilhrn' lraa.
The Itingling Brothers' whose
World's Greatest Shows exhibit at
Cape Girardeau, Oct. 2ith, have un-
ipicstiouably the largest iiicuageric
ever gathered into a single aggrega
tion. No student ofaoology however
extensive bis knowledge of the ani
mal kingdom can lail to discover in
this maguillccnt collection of rare ami
valuable wild beasts, some new species
worthy ol his Inspection and study.
Particularly worthy of attention is
tin mammoth blodd-cxuding hii-
popotamusthal the Ringliug Brothers' I
exhibit as one of their mcnagcriul
features. This giant amphibian is
withouf questiou Ihe largest hipio
potamus ever raptured and brought
to this country. Numerous small
hippopotami have hitherto been ex
hibited, but never before has so mag
nificent a siieciincn of this strange
bible-recorded beast been placed on
exhibition. It is exhibited in iu
natural element, with all the surrouud
ings suggestive ot life iu its native
jungles, aud attended by one of its
bold and intrepid captors, especially
imported from darkest Africa by this
most enterprising of circus manage
ments. atKln'a ara lea naive.
Tub Bust Salve in Ihe world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rbeum, Fever Sores, Teller, Chapped
bands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give satislaftion, or money refunded.
PYirn 5.1 rrata ner box. For sale at
Wilson's Drug Storo
I am prepared to do all kinds ot
upholstering, sofas, chairs and divan
Spring reset and upholstered. Also
matresscs cleaned and re-covered in a
workmanship manner. Best of ref
erence given. Booms opposite the
Democrat office, Themis street, Cape
I auslU Ilv Ai,h)tAM)m.
have the best and
stock of Cloth-I
stock of Furnish-I
Goods and Trim-I
the best in the
goods will, prove
satisfactory in material,
style and durability, and
fail in either re
we will adjust!
than any house in thd
store iiiieu with new desirable croods always
Visitors to the
Arc cordially invited to give us a call and see the immence
line of Winter Goods, and the low prices in every department.
f2afetlA B CA
Ivies' and gents Furnishing guilds.
LOUIS H. GF.AESSLE.
Corner Broadway and Sprigg Street.
0. LIN DEM ANN
OK AUU KINDS.
White and Yellow Pine, Poplar, Cypress,
Oak. Uum, Walnut, Aah and Cherry. .Mao
rioirinar and CelfliiK all grade.. Ilnijdiina
tamlier. l-alha. Shingle., Mouldlum, WtuduW
vrWlmtow ami nnnr framea; all also,
made to order on abort notice.
Delivered anrtrhere inaide of eity limlu.
Spanish Street, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Dry Goods and Groceries
.)! II'IPK STRKVT,
C.ipe Girardeau, Mo.
Harlnpr mnrrd Into mr lam ft ml rlejrint new
Btnre Ihmm ftini jat iveclvvU ft new stock or
fall dry fptoU a-l arawnahlr irmc-Tc,
nay to the public that I am prrparrd to ahow
thtm as utet irout aa any tValrr In the eity.
Pricr rcasonabh a any othrr ntnw lu the ctty.
(gantry prolaoe boaxhi aud auld. acptl
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
ArtiSelal Teeth mm Gold, alter or Vulcanite
bane - froan owe tooth to a fall aet. PI rot teeth
tiold, tatlver and Poreelaln erourna, uwiuntei
on the fana of natural teeth Pur. Unnld
Sitroua Oxide tian. for the palalen. extraction
or teeth All work warranted to sir a aaUsrae
tton. Charge. reaMmahle. Pinean e.ra
iraetieal eanenenes. Oflbee airMtaira I aaVslney
luildtojc. eomer Broad.ar sad Maluatnet.
S. S- HARRIS
Physician and Surgeon.
Oflaee. in rear of Trick re 'a Tiruar Store, corter
of Indefnadenee and Spanish Street. Cap. Gl
aardeau. Special attention glrea to Svlftrj
luU Uiacaaea et JTrmalai. - -
The big rush at Bohnsack &
Stratman's still continues. If
don't believe it go and see
F. A. KAGE,
Offif at th Star Stable, Sitnlah Street, CH
Brooks & Quinn,
COMPLETE iBSTBACTS OF TITLE
lEtS. W. SCHRADFR.
A OradaetA. wtth feoaora, of the St. Lorri
School of Midirlfrnr, and the only irrftdaatr'
MH-wire In Cape &Trd-aa. Bldenee on
Delvlrv atT-wt. two doors eaa of SprtM street
G. W. TRAVIS,
Practice dentistrv in all it branch
es. ICates reasonable. All work
doue in the best msnuer and guar
anteed. No extra charges after the
work is completed. Reference: To
the people whom I have lived among
and practiced tor over twenty-three
years. Office at tne old stand in the
Rodney Building, corner Main and
ADDLES ASD COLLARS.
AL1 DKALUU l
And all other vehicles.
I guarantee all my work ffrst-clua. a
laieaa aa low a any hoaaa la the city.
how toe lanmt and txat line of BUUUII8 aad
CASTS la town, and jntarante. ererTthian aoM
try me In that Hna. Itefor. puRhnainf la By
jacg'W ma a ceil and con n nee juiuaelf.
Coruer Uacaoar rtf strrels.
. aka Votice.
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mUot tfeat 1 will m k. mwMpihU te mf
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Mams all HaMHttn Ivrgontt. wma-d axr
hwdkw a4 oaifeel aU asMat aaa, !
waalMw 9i f da. .
Aas. as, mm Imu Xocimam.
Valaa)l raraa !. rr Bala.
ISO gem bull iMd. mnm hair Sm u-rf n.
trlttaa. Baa.hs water, t. mIm.
that Mvar get ory. On an. kmif mtUm tmm
Antmla. on U CMUM Belt UlMl f Bnrm
HaiTUT of a n? Bw the MnraaatH H Poa-
11 Wot" Branch kuilrad. Beta srtlu tl
S r. TOWMMM. XI. KarlmV II. t.
Kbbb A Amtuu, Beat btatt Aiti-U,
Cap ttiisxleaa, at.
Sealed Proposal. .
Seated Mll.mli win W tssjIth! he the at.
denloed. furthc Ml. aad iMIttr of ttm
Onaittr mt Cm GltroM. f Sltw fBni nui
or hard, dry snd aat nMniud an wood
(aeotdararthrOMTt How. wmA t enrd. A
ta Jl , wniil TMd.y Oetober , t s arlotk
- m. an wm. mn vn aefivnen whin, m
lay. arte award hat hem aiade. Md. win h.
rrcelTfsl t Is oord Iota or tmm whoie snmant.
vid tmm rttM I. rreet st and alt bid. la
rrrii. wiluab rsAa,
eU-B Ctrrk Coamty UbI.
Vl.hl. Tmrm mum Ttwabw laKl mr
atoei A AitlMls Beat avtaSt Aawats.
ThsliMthhairorUwXorth tMiasla sast
the Warthatf Ur SostlMMat ajaxitrr TSe-
Uo. is, TmraaAtr 9, Baiaa n. !
Tmm fSoMImm qaartar mf Uj
qaarter f gwMaa U, Towoshl a, Banaw 11
the SMthweM aaartef, Seetio. at, TaarawMh
sanav is. us mm iminmi b. at. mmm
iO.8l.Li r. S. B. B. Cm filianltaa
PMIXlsraATOK'S OTtC. Xotie. la
. herehr aire, that or Tlrtae ot mm order mt
the Common Plena Court ot Cap. Utrardeaa
eounty. MlaaauTl, I the UHletaiiraaal ruhM
Administrator of aaid county, hava oBtua 17 Ul
day or September, Isu, taken chance or the ta
ut, of Lydla Ueafroa dpotaaod, luff Ihaannnna
ol aamtniatcnnco. aame.
All persona haTiua claim. atinat said astata
are reonlnd to exhibit them to him lor nUaw-
law within ooe year from the date af ansd let
ter, or they may be precluded from any aaaatt
or such aatatei and if tain olainaa he not .x-
hinted aithi. two ymmn mm tac ante t tun
puMlcuuoa at taia aotm. nary win n. mn
Uired. f. H Wtl.TkCKB,
Trustee'! Bale of Baal XsUt.
W'HF.KKAS. William S. ntinaV'i an Mnasy
Stmier huaband and wire af th. aaaaty
of Cape Oirardeaa, and Slate af Mfaaaail. by
theirorrtaln deed mt traat, dated the twenty
elKht day of September ebrhteen hundred and
elahty-two, and recorded In the H reorder',
ooe of the enuntT mt cape Ulrardeaa, In bank
I of TruaUand Mortcaicaa, on paire two hand
red ami aeventy-flve ., eonreved lit IPnt to
Kobert L. Wllaon the followinc oeacribea ml
eataie, aituate, 1 irar and brine in the county of
Cane Uirardeaa and Stat, of Mlaaourt, la-wit:
The northeast qaarter () of th. aautbemt
nuarter I1,) of ard ton Sre (S In towaahip
thirtr-one (li), north of ramreeteren (11) ea.t,
eontaininc fbrtT 140) arrea, to aecar. the p.
ment of the note deaerthed in said deed of trust.
And, whereaa said note baa Ion. aince oaeoam
due niid parable accordinff to th. true tenor,
date and eSVct of aaid note ami remain, unpaid.
Now therdore, notion la hereby ciren that I.
the underaiirned tnatae. at th. rrqoent of th.
lean! holder of aald note, and by mae of tho
anthohty In me Tented and in nursaaneaof tin)
proviaioua of aaid dead af traat, will, oa
Saturday, the Twenty-Nlueth Day of
between tha houn of ten o'eloek in the fore
noon aiid are o'clock In the afternoon of that
day, at the court b-mae door In the e4ty of Cape
tiirardeaa. county or Cape Ulrardeau and Mat.
of tlltaouri, aetl .aid described real ealate at
Euldic rendu. U. the hlarhea bidder, for eanh In
an 1. to aatltfr aaid debt and intemt expreaa
ed ia aald note together with coat, and ear lal rm
of esncaUnc thin treat.
KOBBXT la. WIUSO'.
Certified Copy of Order.
statu or MISSOCRI. i
Coijstt or Cars GiuaupuAtr
Adjourned Aamat Term, ISM.
In the Count? Court of aald County, oa th
aiiteeuth iar of September, Isw. thelolMWins,
rnoojt other preeeeelnan, were naa, ria:
Mock Law. petition nrrerntad Ibr restraining:
anlmala. Wi-ction ordered.
OW In preaented a prtlUon aimed by am
than one hundred hMUeholdem of the
County of Cape Uirardeau. asking the Court
to cause to be an omitted to the qualified Totem
of the comity, at the next uoneral election, ti n
iiueetton 01 enrorcina; in aniu county, w p.' -riaiona
of an act of the tteneral Anaembly c r
ik wt.taAf UikMUiTt aa rjr nrlderi lor In hrtieTn
1. Chapter a ateriaed Htatutea nf the rtato f
Mlaaonn Ol lefa, no inr n. ane. amp.
aiipltcable to-wit: 'or reatrainina; Horxa
Mulen, Aaaea, Cattle, Swine. Sheep and Uoata
fmtn running at lance: and the Court let1
anmclently adrlaed of and eoncernina tin
matu-ra and thinan aet forth In i a d petitlm ,
doth order that the question of reatrainli g
Horace, Mulen, Aaaea, tame, owine. rorvp
and UoaU from rennina at larae outalde of th.
Inclceure of th. owner thereof, be aubmlttrd
to the unaliai-4 Totem of the county of Capo
Olrardcau, Slate of Btlaaourl. at the next
enerul election to be held on the nrat Twnday
alter the urat atonony m pjoronipn --v.
rnrtheronteredby the Court that there anal I
bp written or printed en each ballot Toted at
aaid election the following aenteneea to-wlt:
'-rorenroteina the law reatraJnlnc Roraea.
Moire. Aaaea. Cattle, swine. Sheep and floats
Irom Tannine at large."
-Acainat enforcing the law reatraJnlnc
Honea, Unlen, Aaaea. Cattle, enrrae,
,:.... i. paunln. .1 laPPP
(Kraae theelauaejou do not raror I
And thai the Judjrea and Clerae of aaid elee
tion ia maalisT Winn hereon and la cantlnc
uptherMltahereofbelnall thinga gwarne
I y the lawa applicable to general electlora.
a .,,1 Ir i. further orilpred br the Coait that
notice be giren that aaoh rote wilt be Ukeu na
aforesaid br Mbliahli a cefUned copy of thin
order 'n the Cane Girardeau nanwn.T. a
ewanaper publlahea in ant a wanry aa ipp law
in such eaaea direct)-, and that the Shells ot
aid CoUHtT. at Iraat twenty daya before aaid
election, shall eanae a eny ef thla order aa b.
printep and poated up at three nf the moat
pontic places In each township mt aaid county.
statu or at isaou hi.
Cotstt or Cam viiuiaul i
t William Vmmr. clerk nf the County Court.
In and for aald Count, hereby certify the abora
ainlroregmngtobearraeeopyof the proceed
ing, of oar aaid County Court, uu thu day and
year abore written, aa tha aaaaa appeara of
reeora in mr on.
, -pp.. I!t TBTISIir nnaawir, a
! iKAm. f hare hereunto aet my hand and !id
f hp mrmi of aald Court, at omee la
Jackson thia the aVth day of September. IKi.
aetSnlS niLuaa . . .
Clerk Cap Qbarihaa County Coart.
Certified Copy of Order.
STtTKOP MISAorRf. I
Com or Can tiiuauoaar
Auguat Tern, ISM.
In the Cnuntv Coart of antd Countr. oa the
urat da. nf August. IS9S. the following, ajaara
other pnenediuga. were had. Tlx:
Stork Law petition immmtea Ibr reatreloliig
animal.. Xlectioo ordered.
OW la pnented a petition aijrncd by aaoro
than ooe hundred bouapholiWr. of the tn
townships of Apple Creek, Byrd, Kinder,
Shawnee and White Water of One Girardeau
County, uon than ten mt whom are from ears
or aaid toWnahipa, aaklng the Court la eeuee ta
a. submitted to the quaiiSed Totere of the
aroreMidtownahlpa.atthe neat general elec
tion, the attention of enforcing In aaid town
hip. to. proTiainoa of an act of the Uenernl
Aaaembly at the State of liieaouri na prarided
fori, section at art S chapters, and other
ectlooa af aaid article sad. chapter, ateriaed
Statatee of Missouri, ao tar aa the earae mar be
applicable, to-wlt: ror Retraining Swine and
Sheep froaa running at large; and the coart be
tng auuenientlT adrlaed ofaind eaacefnlng tho
mattrra and uilnga met forth ia aald petition,
doth order that the queMioa of restraining
Swine and Sheep from runniug at large nutaldo
or the indoaure of the owner thereof , be sub
mitted to the quaiiSed Totem of the townahipa
of Apple Creek, Btrd, Kinder, Shawnee ami
White w at-r in cnan uiraroeuu enuntr, Mia
aourl. at the nest general election to be held on
the drat Tueaduy after the drat Monday In
Korember. ISM. It ia farther ordered by the
Court that there shall be written or Minted on
each ballot Toted at aaid drrUoe tha following
rm en'orein tae law reatrainiuc Bwlna
and Sheep from running at large."
"Againet eaiorcing tae law reacrmningBwiaa
sad Sheep from running al large "
(feraa. tne cieaac rou flo roc rarer. I
And that the Judge, and Uerka mt aaid rlret
tloa In making returna hereon and In casting up
the reault hereof bp in all thinga goatraaaf hjr
the lawa appl .cable togiinatal eiecuona.
Ana n m runner mwiaw my ua ven anas
nnaiee be airen thai ueh note will be taken aa
aforesaid by pahiuJiing a oartinad oey mf taia
arder ta tne tane wnma nawNur. n
apwnmper published lu aald County na Ihe law
I. aerS eaae. directa. and that the Snerlf of
aaid enuntT, at leant twentr darn before aald
leon.eballeananeBTf thnenler te be
art.. ted ax panted up a three oMhe meat
Labile nlaee. In each af the aforesaid ire
towoahtpa ta aald county aermnbrfore earned,
amara or MlfMOnU. i
Coeinr ue lra Uianar (
I William Psar, den m tae vanwty eun.
In and for aald County . bereby orrtir, the abora
and Wegalng to be a trueeopy ef the Proceed
inraof our aaid County Court, en ihe day and
yearubere written, as the nam. appeare ef
'. JM TfSTtMOaT WBKaTSor. I
; hare brreat ta aet my aano ent agaed
t,KM.I nf aald Court, at nice ha
JackaethU the ah day af September. MM.
netrols Wiujau r.
Ucrk CaT Girwl-ao U.n.t Lourt.