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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER , 189:
These are hard timet, bnt they an
Democratic times ud the fellow w.
Toted lor Cleveland and reform hart
at) bniiMM U complain.
By txchinging pie for convictions
n the altar question Grover Cleve
land hi aaeeeeded in bankrupting
toore fhaa one Democratic politic:
rapata ion. . .
There 1 m other aide," excitedly
cWlared Speaker Crisp in the IIouw
leMlrfrk, Whca he throttled the lbs
pvblkM aaloorifv. ThU ! the pre
trJsa CBdUii the Democratic party
Mtta to alette by ita efforts to wipe
httka sols SeJeguards to boneatfed
The Ballmers Auteria n eys t' at
the orders of the "great mauy South
ern havers now In the city "show
that they are confident that the fall
and winter trade in the South will be
good and profitable." What! And
both the Sherman and the McKinlcy
laws atill in existence! The Atlantic
- Onutitulion should sec about this.
When John Howard Payne, the
other of "Home, Sweet 110106," died
in Tools, in 1852, the government
owed him $205.92 salary at Consul at
that place. It has been owing it ever
since. Payne's heirs are now trying
to get Congress t make an appropria
tion to discharge the obligation. If
compound interest should be reckon
ed on the sum for the forty-one years
that have elapsed tho heirs of the
poet would receive a comfortable for
tune. However, the bill that has
been introduced tor their relief only
appropriates the amouut of the origi
nal claim, $205.92, which is not
enough to fight over. The govern
ment does not allow interest on
money left in its possession.
President Cleveland has, at differ
ent times in bis career as chief exec
utive of the nation, gone beyond the
dearly-defined sphere of his duties.
The most flagrant instance of this is
his assumption of authority to in
form the new Chinese minister'
through, the Secretary of State, that
the Geary law shall not be enforced,
pending further action by Congress
If he sent such a statement, he as
sumed despotic powers. The Presi
dent has no power to suspend, annul,
or modify any law. It is his sworn
coty to execute all laws. If he does
not do this, be violates his oath,
arrogates to himself unconstitutional
power, and becomes a czar rather
than the head ot a republic
The project talked of in Colorado
of having the state receive silver bul
lion, and issue thereon certificates at
it. 29 per ounce, which are to be re
ceivable for all debts, state and coun
ty, may be put through; but it will be
a failure. In the first place, these
certificates would be subject to the 10
per cent circulation tax, unless Con
gress shall repeal that clause ot the
aattonal banking law. The state can
sot, uudcr the federal constitution
make these certificates legal tender
hence they will be refused by all sen
sible people, in Colorado. We shall
be glad to bare the silver men try the
scheme. Wc believe it will prove n
eye-opener to them.
It Benjamin Harrison had been re
elected President, the country would
not have bad the present panic. That
is not all. The panic being here be
cause of "the change,'- if it had been
possible to "change" back at once and
to place immediately in the Presiden
tial chair Benjamin Harrison, or any
Republican of his quality aud views.
tho panic would have been stayed
and that is not all. The panic being
n, if G rover Cleveland's honest pur
pose to do the right thing on the si!
ver issue had been j nned with a
clearer grasp of what to do and how
to do it, the panic would not have
been atiyeil, but it would have been
greatly mitigated. A sound heart
and a firm will are much in such a
crisis; but a sound heart and a firm
will united with a sure head and an
anerring baud are much more.
Tfc Il ! stM Jaara.t.
It is a well known tact that some of
the finest whisky ia tot market is the
eelebrated goods from the wholesale
louse of J. V.McCuUoch,Owensboro,
Kentucky. The goods from this house
have not been extensively advertised
nor do they need advertising to any
great extent They have tbo merits
that commend them to all judges of
The following dealers in this city
ell the McColIoch brands of whisky,
and those wanting the best of pure
liquors should call on them and call
too for Owensboro, Kentucky liquor
Chas. Bo rev, Peter Maul, Casper
Uhl, Henry Vogelsaug.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. AH who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song
of praise a purer medicino does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed. Electric Bitters will
core all diseases of the Liver aud
Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum and other affcelions
caused by impure blood. Will drive
Malaria from the system and preveut
as well as core all Malaria fevers. For
cure ol Headache, Consumption and
Indigestion try Electric Bitters. En
tire satisfaction guaranteed, or money
refunded. Price 50 cents and $1.00
per bottle at Wilson's Drug store.
The medical fraternity is coming
to the rescue of the people who have
more avoirdupois than they want. A
phyeiciau in a recent newspaper
irtlcle points out that fat people en
dure most kinds of illness much bet.
ler than thin people, because they
nave an extra amount of nutriment!
stored away in their tissues to sup- j
port them during the ordeal. I
This is surely consoling to members
ol fat men's clubs and ladies of plump
figure. Moreover, there arc many
other consolations for persons of
abundant girth. They are generally
optimists by nature, genial and jolly
companions, whose society is univer
sally prelered to" that of people with
angular franusand dispositions. They
have a better time in the street ears
iud elevated trains than thin pvopit
Who ever saw tat men or worn i.
squeezed into half tteir. natural si.
by uufeeliug fellow passengers? 1 h -is
an experience that coiistautly
falls the individual nhosc i-loir
hang on him with the easy gnu-,
garments depending from a warJiv-
hook. Nobody stauds in awe t
thin man. Everybody gets his tx
out ot the way of the fat woman
when she enters a car. t-he lias
plonty of room; tor other people will
stand up, rather than assert their right
to the fraction if space which is left
at the edge of a seat inteuded lor
two, when she occupies it.
It is true that excessive avointupios
has not added to feuiiuiue attractive
ness in the eyes of the average A mer
ican citizen. But there is lmpc thu:
even this may be mended. It is well
known that in Oriental countries the
charms of the ladies are computed
by the pound. The ardeut lever in
Turkey or Persia who is engaged in
negotiating the terms of the innrrisge
settlement with his prospective father-in-law,
never asks if the veiled fair
one is tall or short, blonde or brunette.
His query is short and to the point.
Uow much docs she weigh? And the
heavier the weight the greater the
charm. There are a great mauv
Turks aud Persians of distinguished
lineage and numerous households ia
attendance at the World's Fair. These
gentry are iu great social demaml.
and their opinions on matters of in
terest are eagerly sought and widely
quoted. Who knows but that they
may succeed in introducing the
Oriental ideal of feniuinc beauty
among the society of progressive
Barmen'. rlr Ml.
The Best Salve in the world tor
Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rbeum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
hands, Chilblains, Corns, aud all kiu
Emotions, and nosttivelv cures I lies
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
togivesatistaflion.o r money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. for sale ai
Wilson's Drug Store-
Wc authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, CoughsauJ Colds
upon this condition. If you arc uf-
flieted with a Cough, Cold or any
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, aud
will use this remedy ss directed, giv
ing it fair trial, aud experience no
benefit, you may return the bottle and
have your money refunded. We
could not make this offer did we not
know that Dr. King's Xew Discovery
could be relied on. It never ilis-
points. Trial bottles free at Wilson's
aerial Law stales fa rhlrac.
St. Lons, Mo., July 31st 1893.
On and after August 1st, 1893. The
St. Louis Alton & Terre Haute It. It
will sell tickets from Murphysboro to
Chicago, III, and return at following
rates, $11,25 limited to continuous
passage in each direction, final return
limit thirty (30) days from date ol
sale. $14,80 Limited to continuous
passage in each direction liual return
limit November, 15th, IMS. Tickets
will be on sale until October Slt,
1893. Yours Truly.
Geo. E. I.ary,
Gen'l Pass. Agent
Have Toa Sc Tks Sew m.r
It is not sold in book storrbor news
stauds, aud can be bad only from us
Over 400 pages for only 35 cents, ami
every page interesting. We are so
sure, it will please you, that we will
send it on trial lor 10 cents in silver,
vou to scud the remainder, if satisfied:
if not, you need send nothing more.
Isn't that fair? It is a unique publi
cation, and we know it will take.
Just say nothing, but return this slip
and 10 cents, and it will be sent b
return mail under cover to any ad
dress. Address plaiuly,
THE LITTLE CO.
13 W. 26th St., New York.
All I ree.
Those who have used Dr. King f
New Discovery know its value, au:
those who have uot, have now tin
opportunity to try it Free. Call on
the advertised Druggist aud get t
Trial Bottle, Free. Send yotu name
and address to II. E. Bucklcn & Co-
Chicago, aud get a sample box of Dr
King's New Life Pills Free, as well a
a copy of Guide to Health ami House
hold instructor. Free. All of which
is guaranteed to do you good and
cost you nothing at Wilson's Drug
Good looks are more than skin
deep depending upou a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
Liver be Inactive, you have a Bilious
Look, if your .stomach be disordered
you have a Dyspeptic Look and if
your Kidneys be affected you have s
Pinched Look. Secure good liealtl
and you will have good looks. Eler
tritt Bitters is the great alteruativ
and Tonic acts directly ou these vita. j
organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches,
Boils aud gives a good complection. ,
Sold at Wilson's Drugstore, 50 ccntf '
SNIFKINS WENT HUNGRY.
Raw Ha Loat a Rqnare Meal Teuoaaa
Heaaty la UWraa.
Yonng Snifkina had been travelling
in hard luck. At least that is how ha
expressed himself. He had managed
to eke out a bare living by making
sketches from time to time for an en
terprising firm who used hia drawings
to illustrate their eatensive advertise
ment. Bat with the close of the Christmas
season poor Snifkina found his occupa
tion gone, the Ann having notified him
that hia services were no longer re
quired. Snifkina left his room one morning
last week feeling that the last straw
had been applied. lie could no longer
bear the burden. Visions of suicide by
various methods began to flit through
bis brain when it .suddenly occurred to
him that he was hungry. He consulted
his finances and found that he had ex
actly ninety cents. "At least," ha
thought, "I'll have one square meal
"Why. Mr. Snifklns! How do you dor
Tm so glad to see you!
Mr. Snifkins looked no at the fair
creature who had broken in upon hit
reverie. It was a pleasing vision. She
was petite and pretty, and more than
once had Snifkins felt his heart flutter
when in her presence.
"Indeed. Miss Grace," he replied. "I
am right fr'-od to see you. But where
are you eeinyT Snifkins hail forgot
ten all about his intended suicide and
"I'm ff-rfng to a florist's" replied the
dear creature, "and you mustcome with
me. I'm going to buy some bunches of
holly. We're going to decorate our
Sunday -school, you know. Aud" with
a bewitching smile "you'll help ma
carry the holly home, won't yon?"
Of course he mould. He would be
only too happy. He watched her while
she was making her purchase. Then
he noticed her fumbling about her
"How stupid," she remarked. "I de
clare I've left iny purse at home.
Well," addressing Snifkins, "I hate to
bother you, Mr. Snifkins, but I've for
gotten my purse. I need eighty-seven
cents. If you will "
"Oh, certainly, with pleasure," re
plied the youug man. handing out hia
last ninety cents. "Would you like
"Tiiis :s qu'te sufficient, she an
swered. "Thank goo-lne-is!' mentally
eleeulKtcd Mr. Snifkins as he trudged
along t her side carrying the bunchea
of bully. Then he remembered how
hungrr he was. and wondered whether
he wjnld .ask him to dinner. As for
the young lady hcntelf she reg tied her
companion with all sorts of airy noth
ings as they walked along, and when
they had reached her home the episode
nf Snifkin's eighty-seven cents had en
tirely slipped her memory.
"I am so r.nch obliged, my dear Mr.
Snifkins, she exclaimed, relieving the
latter of his burden, as tho servant. In
response to her ring had opened the
door. "Do come and see me some time.
I wonld ask you in now. but we are
just alsuit to dine and we are going to
have such a wretched dinner to-day."
That was all. She had disappeared,
nd poor, hungry Snifkins. with his
three solitary coppers, wended his way
up town in silence' N. Y. Herald.
STOOD ON FORMALITY.
Mistake af a rler Tfka Was rrnbeMy
Inexperienced la Matters of tha Heart.
She was the hired girl, but there
burned in her heart a love no less in
tense than the flame which warms the
soul of the petted daughter of the mil
lionaire. Verily she was stuck on the grocery
clerk who sat beside her in the kitchen.
The little clock on the mantel struck
the hour of nine.
The grocery clerk got gay.
Fearing lest she lose a portion of hia
discourse he leaned forward until his
lips were very close to her ear.
"May I kiss you?"
8he averted her eyes.
"You ought not to ask me."
With a celerity born of desperation
he seized his hat and shot into the
darkness of the back yard and the
night's Plutonian shore.
The hired girl rose, petulantly kicked
the : at dow n the cellar and wondered
why men were not able to sec through
a ladder. Detroit Tribune.
tlierrjr Mr. Hilltops.
"What a pity it is," said Mrs. Hill
tops, "that those of us who want so lit
tle can't have what we want."
"Well." said Mr. Hilltops." "it comes
to us sometimes when we least expect
it. We should do our part to the best
of our ability and never lose courafre,
and some day Fortune, with a smilling
face, will come to the door and say:
'Does Mrs. Hilltops live hcrcT "
N. Y. Suu.
Hoff man Howes That girl can't talk
a little bit
Howell ;ibbon "S that so?
Hoffman Howes Suah. The only
thing she said to me the whole evening
was "No," and I had to propose to her
to get her to say that. Puck.
Can't llepenil on It fr-verr Tina.
"Well, you see, he didn't know the
gun was loaded.
"Yes; I know the rest. He pointed
it at the girl, the gun was discharged
and the girl was killed."
"Oh. no; you're wrong. You see, the
gun wasu t loaded. Judge.
KaeUed Looking Altar.
Mrs. Timothy Seed Where's Lizzie?
Miss Caskett I Just left her in U
arms of Morpheus.
Mrs. Timothy Seed (scandalized)
What! Aud she engaged to Joe Tender!
Show me where she is this minute.
Aunt Jane Is the water where yoa
live now soft or hard?
Wee Niece I guess it's pretty hard.
The girl sputtered some ou th' lamp-
chimney the other fiijrbt, an it broke
all to pieces 4.ood News,
Club managers in New York find it
extremely difficult to maintain the pop
ularity of moderate-priced cigars anu
claret that can be classed as a good or
dinaire. Most honse committees give
up the cigar problem in despair, but
the problem nf the claret can not be
abandoned. Thedemand is for a drink
able wine at something between twenty-five
and forty cents per pint Most
clabs have tried California clarets at
twenty-five cents, professed Bordeaux
at from thirty to thirty-fire, and vari
ous Hungarian wines at all sorts of
prices. Sometimes a certain percent
age of water is frankly bottled with a
tolerably good Bnrdeaux,and tho house
committee seeks thus to provide a pure
if not a strong wine at a low rate, and
yet to realize a small profit. In many
cases the percentage of water repre
sents the club's profit on the ordinaire.
Hicks "And yon say that Styles
was shot at by a miscreant in the pub
ic street. What a fright it moat have
riven him. I don't suppose he'll get
,vv it for years." Wicks "He'll never
get over it. He is as proud as Lucifer
about iL He flatters himself that he
was mistaken for a millionaire - llos
Waa Free Wool Woal Sifts,
The mass meeting of wool, wool
dealers, cotton planters and others in
terested in the production of so called
raw material for textile industries, to
be held on the World's Fair grounds
in the closing -days of September,
ought to be attended from North and
Sooih, from East aud West As Mr.
Milliatn Lawrence, president of the
Ohio Wool Growers' Association
stated iu bis recent address at Ohio
State Fair, tree wool would substan
tially destroy tho American wool
growing industry, and thereby in
juriously effect all others, especially
I depressing the price of farm products,
' aud Impairing the value of farms.
, Every intelligent man who has studied
j the subject, as Mr. Lawrence declared,
j knows that the wool growers of the
United States cannot successfully com
i pete with the wool growers of Aus
tralia, of the Argentine Republic, of
; Muth Africa and of other countries
similarly sitoated, where sheep require
little or no winter feeding, where
pasturage costs nothing, or, in some
loralities, at most only a few cents an
acre, aud where sheap are kept on
ranches iu numbers raugiug from
6.000 to 1,000,000. What the condi
tion of the American wool grower
would be under free wool msy be
judged from the fact that the Austra
lian shippers can ship wool by sea to
Boston at one-half a cent a pound,
while American wool growers in the
new Stales aud Territories have to
pay iu freight three ceutsa pound.
The wool growers owe it to them
selves and to the great cause of Ameri
can industry to see that the Demo
cracy shall uot have tho excuse of ig
norance for establishing free wool.
Republican employers aud employees
in textile industries have uo desire
for free wool; they have uo desire to
sec any American industry stricken
down, even under the pretense of ad
vautage to themselves. They know
that the cause of one is the cause of
all and that the tree trader is a foe to
manufacturer and wool grower alike.
The great West is specially interested
iu the protection of the wool growing
industry, aud tho voice of the West
should be heard in no uncertain tone
in the comiug meeting at Chicago
Trnstee'sS ale of Beal Estate.
WIIRKKA. Henry W. Stewing and Mar?
VV sewii:. hubanti and wife, ol the coautT
orCajie uirardaau. state of Slisaonri. by their
ceriaui tteeU ot truftt, dated tbe eighth dav ot
ilcloiier. elgiueen nanureu ana eigniT-uve,
and recorded In tbe Karorder's office of said
rountv. ih Book I., at naco two hundred aud
n:it-tonr, cuiivevi-d in trust to tuta Zneltnrr
the' follewiii described peal estate, aitnate. I-
iuirauii bents iu ineouumy 01 lapa toiranicau
ai-d slate or Miunrl, lowit:
Ms acre a id ttltv hundredths of an acre (S
:iO-loul otftlie eaet side or the aoathwest qoarter
(4) or the southwest quarter (M ol aevUnn
three W in township thirty-three (3.1) nortbor
rai'fe eleveo :il east, which la described as
lollows: Itegniitins at the southeast corner of
sain Miutnwesl quarter u the aouiiiwesi
quarter I',). of section three (3) and running"
uorth oue-hair (,) east thirteen aod sixty
eight hundredths (,3 tjt-iwj ehaius to a -omer
from which a black oak eight od iuelis iu
diameter bears north forty-six and oje-half
(toa). tast nine (;) links, and a post oak Sve
(j) incbos bears uonu eignty-eight and tnree-
rourtus (H), west sixteen ana one-nan lis
liuks. tlie.we nur-h eijtlitv-aight fSS) degrees
west four and seventv-uve tiB-dradtAS (I ;-1ii)
chains to a corner from which a black oak eigrlil
(S) inches bears socth filteen and one quarter
fl.V). ea&t sixteen (IS) links and a post oak
llfleen (Li) inches bears north rourteoii'lMj. east
twenty-lour unss, tnt-noo soum oue-naii INI.
west thirteen aud sixty-eight hundredths 11.1
ss 100) chains to a coruer on tlieaoutb boundary
ol section three U) froin whiek a black oak live
I.M iuchea bears iHsrtb Iwentv-throe and one
half (iSSl degrees, west ta tie) links aud a
black oak use J inches bears norm lilty-seeen
(-': decrees cat thirty and one-hall
liuks. tlience south elghU-cight (ss) degrees,
east lour and sevcnty-Svc hundredths 4 ;&-!Wj
Chains lo tne uegiuuing corner
Also together all good. wares and merchan
dise contained iu the store building situate
o:i the above described real estate and oa ned
liy the aforesaid Henry W. siewlng, i. e.
Such stock of goods, wares and merchandise as
will be contained therein when the above deed
of trust niav be lorcclosed.
Which said conveyance was made In trust to
secure the payment of the promissory botes ful
ly described l.i ssld deed ol trust. And
Whereas, said noUa have lour si x become
dne and payable according to the true tenor,
date and eliect of said uotes atid remain uupaid,
Whereas, by the conditions of said deed of
trust it is also agreed that iu case of the ab
sence, oeain, retusai to act, or disability in any
wise of the trustee. Uuslav Korllner, to carry
ont the provisions of said deed of trust, theu
the (then) acting Sheriff of Cape tiirardean
eouotv. Missouri, at the renuest ot the legal
holder of said uotes, may proceed to aell the
property hereinhetore described, in accordance
a itn said deed ol trust ; and
Whereas, the said taustav Zoclluer, trustee
as aforesaid, refuses to act
Now. thirt-fore, I, Judnoa M. Ksndol, Sheriff
of the county of Cape (iirardcau, Missouri, at
the rt-quest of the legal bolder.of said uotes, and
ny virtue ol the power and authority in tnis
einerencv iu me vested by said deed of trust.
a 1 1 iiursuunt to the provisions of said deed of
trust, j win, ou
Saturday, the Twenty-First Day of
October, A. D. 1893,
At the Village or Friedheim, ('ape Girardeau
county; stale of Missouri, between the hours
of nii.e o'clock in the loreuoon and See o'clock
in tne ailernoon of that day proceed to sell tbe
aiMice ut-scrioeu real estate, at puuuc ciuue.
to the highest bidder, tor cash iu hand, to
iilv said notes and Interest, tozethur with
- cosls aud exjieuses of executiug tins deed of
trust. juiisif. ai. rt.v.ti" i.
sheriff Cape (iirardeaa County, Mo
Trustee's Sale of Beal Estate
A1THKREA.S II. W. SiewW and Mary
"V Aiwing, his wife, of the county ofCape
utrapjeeu. stale ol Missouri, by tnrir certain
Jeed of trust, dated tbe twenty-eighth day of
March, eighteen hundred and uinely, and re
corded in the Kecorder'e omce or said county,
iu Uook O. at tinge lour hundred and aixty.
co..Teyed in tru-it to lieiirv F. Si-wlug tbe
fol!oaii-g described real estate, situate, lyiujr
and ue.ni l-i tbe con ty of Cape Girardeau and
piai or jiissouri, to-wu :
Twenty -Jt acres, more or less, off of the west
side or the southwest quart r I 1 ol the south
east quarter J of section three 13 . -Also Ave
s acres, snore or leas off of Uie east end of the
north half l$.)olthe oathfat qnarttr ( of
litvMtDinweax qoairrr .' oi Mr i ion inrwrn i-ii.
Altto 111 am &'(! twentr-olne at) aqnare roda
off the northwest comer of arorUiwest qnarter
(SI of tlw .umhfaM Quarter l '.jI or section ten
Kij; to brxia sjiI terminate as follows: bia
nitijr at the uortfawesl coritrr of said northwest
quarter W ten fio rods east on the north
tKiamlary, thence south fotjrtcrn U1 rods,
thrnre urthcat so as to Intersect said north
boartdrr Hue tweutT-seren -27 rods from tbe
place of begin. utt thrncf writ twentv --seven
rods to place of beaintitiiK All of said
land being in township thirty-three XI north
ranee elvrvn 11 eat.
Which said cmffyance was made In trust to
ftccan- the payment'of the promissarr note fnl
Ijr dncribed in said deed ot trust. And
Whereas, tai-t note has long sicne become
due and parable according to the tree tenor,
date and effect of caid uote and rcmaina aupaid,
Whereas, by the ooodltiooa of said deed of
trust it is also agreed that in case of the ab
sence, death refusal to act. or disablty la any
wise of the trustees. Henry V. Miewing.
to earrr out the prorlsloua of said deed
of trust, then the theul acting Sheriff
of Cape Girardeau county, Missouri, at the
request of tbe legal bolder of said note, may
proceed to aell tbe property beret nliefore de
scribed, iu accordance with said deed ol trust;
W hcreaa, the aaid Chas. Elbrieht and Christian
Brain trustees, as aforesaid, refuse to act.
Mow therefore. I. Judson M. Uaiidol. Slwiff
oftheeoantv of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, at
the request of tbe legal boluerot said note, and
by virtue of tbe power aud authority In tbia
emergency In me rested by said deed of trust,
and pursnautto tteprovihicue of aaid deed of
trukt, I will, on
Wednesday, the 18th Day or October,
A. D. 1893,
At the court honse door In the eitr of Jackson.
conitty or (ape Girardeau and State of Missouri,
between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore
noon and Arc o'clock in the afternoon of that
day. proceed to aell the shore described real i
estate, at psnur. Tetsaoe. to site nignest oiouer,
for cash In hand, to satisfy taid note and in
terest . together m ith the costs aud expenses of
executing this deed of trust
IUU.'HIi'O JI . KAAIrlrL,.
Sheriff Cape tilraxUcauCoautr, Mo.
nvil FOR THE
, oa inn
sANurACTUEO OLIXY BV
HUNICKE BROS.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
Hie Celebrated French Cure,
Tt U Off A
nervous aiwavo or
of either ici,
ntw of bttmnUnta. AFTER
ToliBWMorOp.un.rrttroagti joafefal tndfwrt
tloa over Induh cnee. ste-amcii M Lorn ol Bimla
Po rer. Want fulDna, B-nujr down Palo la tho
btvk, Bern! nal Wt aJcceaa, BTtleria, Ktrrotu Proe
tratioia, N oc to real Emialocia, loroiTfaasa, Dts
line a. Weak Memoir, Loas of Power ux-4 Impo
troTt which If n1etl olteo lead 10 premature
old OKA and lt.aanl.r- Price 1.00 a box. boxes
for 15 nX Rent hr matl on receipt of price.
t WRITTEN CUAIMNTEE la firea for wrerr
V00 order weeired. to rfaa4 the mooertf
permanent cure la not encecL Wo hare tboo
eanda ol testlfDonlala from old and mvoff. of
both sexes, wbo bare been pernisaently cored
IVtLeuaeolAphrodlttDe. r4rrti ler free- Adussss
ifOS Z7, roxTLain. ua.
Sold by C. tt. Trickey, 1 II. G.
Trustee's Sale of Beal Estate.
WHKBKAS, William K Heard and Martha
L Heard, his wile, of tbe county ol Cains
Girardeau, State or Mivtunr), br their certaiu
deed ol trust, dated the thirty-first day of le
cenibs'r, eighteen bandre-J and ninety, and re
corded iu tne Recorder's office of said county.
In BookU, at page tire handred and ninety
two, con t eyed iu trust to John Beck the follow
ing deMTibvtl real estate, situate, lying and be
ing in the count' of cape Girardeau aod State
of Missouri, to-wit:
All or tbat part of lot numqered eleren CI),
in ran-e "(," iu thecitv of Cape Girardeau,
bounded as follows, to-wit: Commencing one
hundred aud eight and one-quarter (US) feet
west from the southeast corner of said lot elev
en Ml), thence running north parallel with Lor
Imier street one hundrd a d seventy-five fl75)
feet, thence west parallel with Hruadway (for
merly Harmony eireW fifty, eight (. feet,
more or less, to an alley running north and south
through Itloek Four In said range thence
south with said alley ten feet, thence east ,
parallel with Broadway (formerly Harmony
street) twenty -fire (i" feet, more or less, to
the eaitern boundary line of the property now
owned by Wiltiam "Paar, thence south along
the eastern boundary ot aaid property owned
by seid William Paar one fauiiured ami sixty
tlm (!:) feet to Broadway c formerly Harmony
street), thtnee east with .-roadway (formerly
Harmony street), thirty -three (33) fret, more
or less, to the place of beginning, being the
same real estate acquired by said William R
Beard aa per de-ad from Martha J. Warren,
dated the thirteenth day of Itecember. eighteen
huudrsd and eighty-nine and recorded in Hook
Twenty-two, at pat- two hundred and forty
nine In the Recorder's office or Cape Girardeau
Which aaid conveyance was made In trust to
secure the payment or th promissory note fol
ly described in said deed of trust. And
Whereas, baid note has log since become
dne and payable according to the true tenor,
date and effect or said note aud remaius u.ipald .
Whereas, by tbe conditions of aaid deed of :
trust it ie also agreed that in case of the ab
sence, death refusal oact, or disability In any
wise of the trustee, Juno Beck, to carry out
the provisions or sail deed of trust, then the!
(then acting Sheriff of Cape Girardeau county. 1
Missouri, at tbe request of the legal holder or
said not, msv proceed to sell the property
hereinbefore described, in accordance with
aatd ded of trust; and.
Whereas, the said John Beck, trustee, ss
aforesaid, is now dead.
Now, therefore, I. Judson 31 . Radol, Sheriff
or the county or Cape Girardeau, Missouri, at
the request of th legal holder of taid note, and
by virtue of the poer and authority In this
emergency In me vested by said deed of trust,
and pursuant to the provisions of aaid deed of
trust, 1 will, osi
Saturday, tbe 30tb Day of September,
A. D. 1893,
At the court house door fu the citv of Cape Gi
rardeau, county of Cane Girardeau and Mate
of Missouri, between the hours of nine o'clock
In tbe forenoon aud flveo'clock In tbe afternoon
of that o.av, proceed to aell the above described
real estate, at public vendue, to the highest
bidder, for a-ash in hand, to satisfy aaid note
and iiiteretat, logemer wiin ine costs ana ex
penses of executing this deed nf trust
JI IISON M KANDOL.
Sheriff Cape Girardeau County, Uo.
sept to U
Brooks & Quinn,
COMPLETE 1BSTBA.TS OF TITLE
State f(ormal gchol.
THfc. purposed this bchool
is to prepare teachers for
the Schools of Missouri. The
Normal Certificates and Di
plomas are also State Teach
er's Certificates. The work;
is both Academical and Pro
fessional. Vuitioii $ ffree.
Expenses are light. Instruc
tion is thorough. The loca
tion healthful. The demand!
for well trained teachers isj
great. lake advantage ofj
the excellent educational op-;
portunities which the State!
Next Session begins Tues
day, September 5th. 1893.
ror further particulars ad-i
W. D. VANDiVU ,
Pres. of Faculty.
ifowe jmmutns sptiaovf
lAa msie Jfaek.
John L. Miller
TOTS BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
WINES AND CIGARS.
The taeat Saloon ia the dtjr. Special atten
Uon given t-3 tHeJtijc trade.
FRESH CAPE BEER
ALWAYS ON TAP.
W. C. Seqtiett,
Contracto and Builder.
Shop on Broadway.
Your Patronage Solicitel
T nr belt and most nteasant route ia via
the Ka iat City, fort Scott t Memphis R. R,
Hatv JonnecthMis are rustle in imon iepoi
with ffta.t Cbiea.ro trains from Kansas Citv. If
desired , we can save yon from the tedious and
euive traurer from the city depots in
l.llil ilaii ku hut r asia v a vm aaii.a inii'i jwa
within ton misi'-tk ' kitk bv street transpnr
tation) of tbe mail entrance to tbe ground.
So other line can do this for rm See our
a arest about it and arrange with htm for chair
car ana uuoagn sleeping car aemmnwiauoua,
af b. ajl'Va.WtS'Uia,
General Passenger Agent.
Kansas City. Mo.
C. LIN DEM ANN
OF ALU KIXDS.
Wliite and YHlow Pine. Pcplar. CYitreas,
Oak. Gum, Walnut, Ash and Cherry. Atro
n inuring sna ceiiitig-ii grsnes rinisning
lumber. Lath. Shingles, Moulding. Wii.dow
fyWindnw and Door frames; all aiaes
mans to oraer on nnon untie.
Delivered anywhere inside of city limits.
Spanish Street. Cac (iirantaaii. Mo
Sulss, Bit D: Jisein Chin", Bastos,
IsiTifL St. LauU
Ccfkes. Teas ani Sp'res.
Coffss Rostsrs and
Largest Importers in the West
Irapnrtrd lit rrar lio.uio has or over 13,000.
000 poauds or coffee.
412-411 South 7ti Street,
ST. LOLH, MO.
(i. n. ULKICri.
MF.S.' W. SCEJIADFrT
A Graduate, with honors, of the St. Louis
School nf Midwifery, and the only graduate
Mio-Wlie in cape OiraMesu KesiOenes on
Belview street two doors-east of Sprigg ttreet
The .Most Muceessfnl Remedy t dtsce
TrMl. as It Is certsia In lu efXscu sad does not
bl.atar. Rd pruof bkw.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
bents !-I rse been vsfng your Sparetn Cure
with remarkabl success on a JUnc-bane of
teg standing. It'n n an re ea re. I totals,
la nlmK "verv cnae. Yours truly,
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURL
"... ffr. IsOCts, Xo AstQ amn. vm.
Pn B. 3. aTajmstx r.
Oen tm -.-L tried your " sTmmsu,! fhAynt Ccma.
and It bad tho dejaM elTees, I used not qittte
na.r a txiuve of iu Jey horse bad a Terrible
Mnraln oa hi le. Rcspectnillr years.
uJKUit i " J I ..ar.Ua,
!. B. J. K FN HALT. CO..
EaaaSarah Valla, VeraaaM.
MLS BV ALL. DKCOCIIHTS.
Ikiltllmtochtwui leiievesQ tbetronbsss M
dent to a biUoos state of tbe ajstaau. aaob sal
llagln . Hauaoa. Prowelnaat, Dlstrsss ailesT
eaiaiifr. Pslx. la the SlOe. ka. Wails tbeir mosw
WisArhs, yet Carter's Iittla lire 9m mm
aq 0117 vsshie In ConrrtipsUiouL, cnniig and pre
correct sll diaweders VtosaivBvrJitiinniU tho
abyarsnd mrg-uUtw thstbireU. Area it Uxjoulf
aWtbay woaMtealiiiiail pi lnJsaiagi)as7a
aatala thalrgooillsaa linl. DOiaad liei...iiil taeaa
waooBeatrrthemarUl lad tbaasHttleptUasalsk
abSs bs so maar wsrs Ussi Uksy will mat basni.
liagloaoa-tfacaitllisai Bd after ill sirs- hss
aSfteaaaaaf asaaaarsteaa that aamaieAaTC
araaukaoararaatbaaat, Odx pcUacaraii valla
Wan, do got,
Caraara LitUa Lrrar FOtoaTa Tar. amsfl sa4
aery aary to take. Caor rvo pins msaea daoa.
Ta-T sr. strKtfy srwtsWeson do aoi gripe er
Barss. bat by taatrpntlaaetJaB aleasesll wa. i
uetaaaa. lanslsstMomta; StsIocU. float
bj dragjiata awTwaara, or esot by BaO.
OSKTCtt MtDrCtNI CO Naw York.
SlPILL WMiDCSL SMai
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest Improred BoHerPrccsss.
Hirlac adanaaa th. Sol 1st Finn, w. at
Tmmrt tn Mara SlMII lirilil llinal usilm
A trial sa our Boiler Pnsaraa norrr Hill ana
Tioce ;n laat U ia Uae beat flour made.
ITE IS A TRIAL.
STEW BRas.. Proa'rt.
T a ft . aa w
CAFE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI
BIU BAHUAIKS AT
H. A. LEBER'S
AJtOTMT staek sad ohMpaat koaa. i. Soatk
Roofing and Guttering.
GILBERT H. WILSON,
(Scccxaaoa To It.rroic Hbibskt.)
OS THE LKVEK,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI.
. KEEPS A rUU. USB OF
Staple and Fancy
Olaaa partiealar attaatloa to tea shlpptnf
aa4 raaemaf ol Irrirht and fooiia of all ki sds.
filsaererai yeara experience in tbla baalaea.
will enable him to (It. satisfaction ta at)
natron.. H. elsokeepa a iramt saenrtment ol
arass and ether Belli seed, lie solicits and will
omleaTur to merit tb. liberal patranaire ol taia
oomioanltT. Hept. 4
ADDLES AND COLLARS.
-ALSO nRAIsBS tn
And all other vehicles.
I rnaraatee all my work first el aaa sad
ntaees as low as any boas In tb city. I
bow tbe lartfnst and beat Una of BCtiGlES and
CARTS ia town, and gnui-antee everything sold
07 me la tbat line. Before purchasing In mj
jmm give me a call aud eon-cinee yourself.
Corner llarmonv and prigg streets-
"THOS. W. GAUNOII,
Plumber & Steam Fitter.
Fine Plumbing, Steam and Hoi Water
Heating a Speciality.
101 WanhlBarawsiJbvo. t'AIKO, ILL
Rath Tuba. Water Cloeeta, Wasb Atanda,
ITrinata, Mink. Sheet Iea-is. Hrass (wood.
Mteatn and Hot Wa or Heaters, -tiaJraBiied
Iron Pim, Plain iron iip. Lead Pine, Piie
Ktitings, Range Boiler , Sewer Pipe. Stone
Curbing, Water Voter, raua. Noise, atsdiaters
Pumps. Awuibgs, Tents, 8tesm Fitters'
lialvanized Iron Cornice
ItoDlingr, Cuttcriujr an.l Stouiiiig a.
Cape Girardean, Mo
PAY CASH FOR
Hides Feathers, Rags,
Bones, Scrap Iron. Etc
Waremoni and oflee la tbe llirsb building
on rron. ntree,.
CAl'K U1UAUUEAU. MIS.H4LK1
Bring ns yonr M aerap Lzon. rags and boos-
aod get the ran rr bens apr-aadw
Corner JUio and Themis Streets,
Under St. Charles Hotel.
The Rest of
WINES, LIQUOR AND CIGAR:
always ou hand.
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
Toe best whisker iu the world, am
so pronounced by all compe
tent judges of good
Fresh Beer on tap all tbe time.
Q. W. TKAVIS
t'rsrlircs ilenliotn in sll its braorh
o. Iviiics reaaoiiatiir. All Wftis
lou in the lii iiiauniT and truar
oed V 1 extra rharjfes nfter th'
work is compleli-.i. IN-tirrencc: To
the ppopln whom I linvi lived rrr.ong
and prartieed for over twenty-tbier
years. Office at the old gtaud in the
Rodney Building, earner Main am!
Broadway. scp 14-92
Peter Maul's Saloon
Independence Street, uexl door t
Dialer In Sie Rrands of Lionor snrh as O t
C . Taylor. MrKraser. lj l.yi.cb Kje, etc
Imported aud Uomeatle Wiuee.
aWpecial attention gircn to jug
FRESK GAPE UCER
ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT.
REED & ASTHOLZ
REAL ESTATE ANI
HOTART PUBLIC & C0N7E7ANCES'
Honsen. Lots. Farms anil Timber Lands
bovaht. soM. exchanin-K rntei1 and taken
earn of. Claims, Colletfona and Payment at
isw prrmu.iy nwnurxi ,o ana loans a-egou-ted
L" Honse and Kama lentlnc a sieeialtr.
Ottce in Arnade BuiMiits;. eorur Main and
Tbeoua atreeta. Cap Wxardeaa. alo
PENSIONS, BOUK.alSB, AC
P. C. COOTER,
Arcade Building, Main Street.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, JIISSOUHL
Pensions, Increase Psasin... Bom tie. Coat
atatatloo of Rationa, Laad aad Horauliad Bad
lT-Emptlon Claims, a?d all bibm op tab
ca-ubs oitrs raoBPT arrajriioa.
KurxiuiCB: lillijtnt attratioa t batuw.
sr. loos a fadocsb mAiLwar.
Ss. LOUIS OaJSO SHOBT LDial,
(ST. L.a.lT.IJ.1. CO.)
Lt. alorronalla. .
ur. rara.iri.ne...... ,
L. Carasadal. IM a. av.
ar. Harrlaaa , uo a. at.
4T.alarphj.aoT..... S IS a. a. Sal
i.T. u am sea a. a. S3B
At. rtaaaarrrllla... :U a. a. 405
At. OalterrtUe t M a. a. a
ai. St. LaaU ... U at a. a. 4js
Lt. St. leal.
Lt. CoaUerIIIe ...
Lt. rtnckarjrUl. .
X.T. Barrtaan ..
Ar. rarker City ..
S IS a.
sat . a.
. Ma a. m. fair. a.
. II la a. au use. a.
. ii-a A. a. Ste a. a.
. h ai a. a.
sas . a.
I il r.
.. s a r. a.
. S a P. a.
Dally, t skaOr aaaaal lain.
Tbia Hat bow aaakee dlrrat anumslaa tSMk
O T. a C. traiaa rearlei rape liiraroeea at
(a)a ra , am.lnaal St. Loals at II JS a a,
atoralas. le.sa St. Lad. at 7 M a. m. -
lac at laa wiraraaaa at ix .
WKO. F. . I.SMT.
Sea. Paaa. Aft. S. . Al.
HES. ELIZABETH ROTH.
lealdeaet eoraer narraaay aa4 Middle street.
aADt atb op tmb
St. Louis School of Mid-WiTea.
Tweaty Sr. Tsrrs,et
CJ-AI1 calls smutll
JOHN ST. AVIT, (
Quseosvtn .t Irlttswre,
Ami mm say tas Markat fiWaal
H. toltoHa a aaBr. ear
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
F. W. POTT, PropriefcH
Capo 'OLravnteavts, M. t
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO.
P- W- POTT. Prsp'r.
PATS, at all tiaaea. tb. higaeat asarket arte.
far Wheat aod Whit Cora Maaafaetar.
and sells at wholesale and retail, aader fall
fuaranlee, tb. fellawt.g aranda ar k"lar :
aKX I'A I'KIU, : : fATsirr.
I'KI.ICAX t t S
l.ii.V Vtiii VAI.I.KT.Keiba Faaai.
'I.'KKH of ma CAPK.
IX l, : t : FAasr.
CKKKOI.A. : : : : Catnl
rrrah rraandCora Meal far sale ar aaah aaa. i
laa all kiaiia of aalll feed
J. M. MOKR1SON
OF ALL KIXD9.
.Spanish Street, Cape Girardeaa, Xa
I will famish alae)essad all taark laaaeeT
it is oer l,aa aay wbera la tko oily Uasita.
v loonaa ana eeiiina.aea.aT laaa erear eel. SB
.beelty. Ih not bae a.lil yaw get aa. aelan.
lJr HVnseiabeT a. arsTaas oa as? laaiaer.
Jigars,Tctacco. Fine Cudies
FARMERS, BRINtt YOITS rrCCl ARB
ttAT IOLB MOSEY 'S WOaTM.
We soli at prices that
CALL A3D SEE UB.
VaUREN & SON,
Opposite SruniiTaat Bank.
112 Tine Stroet. St. Loals, K
0 r St.,
raaa nraraaaa V. fi.aaaara
Steamer I an d i st Icot ol strt a)
Will make them
Send S 2-ore saaaept t. A. r. Orasnrr S fv
Ikauss, Mm;., ler best aieiuat werA aaaisaai