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The feaH r.iver packet is at tbe bot-U-,
of the river in front of tint city
and IVj tU-fofcU-d candidates ill have
to aik cp to the fountain Load of
Salt Hi ver this year.
We hts informed that a low rata OX'
curuion 'rill be given from this city to
Ferryvillesome turn? ir.tbenear future.
M. E. ,Lsining won the find brvoch-
loading ehot jfiin that waa rafiLd off
Saturday night by Bob Sackmann.
inure is a move on loot t3 inane an
electric line out of our street car line.
For mules Ihe grades are too heavy to
make tima and It is believed that an
electric linn will pay.
Coroner Bloraeyer 'will bo colled
upon f oon to hold an inquest over a
dead Democratic newspaper in this
city. Tho verdict of the jury v.ill bo
in the same fid form died of starva
tion. The nev,- railroad map of Misr-ouri
are not like they used to be that is,
wo far us Southeast llisaouri ia con
cerned. Louis Iloiiek liss cauwod tlio
map publishers some trouble. He has
built several now short line road in
this Biiction r.iid tliereby made it neces
sary lor me map puntisiierB to ueMroy
their old Dlates and make new ones
with Ih? new road marked thereon.
There is r. splendid corn crop In
Southeast Missouri this year. Corn
in worth forty cents in the market and
fanners will have ome money when
they market tho crop. Let uh hope
that these hard times will not continue.
We have the bet country on earth
and if 'our farmers will quit raising
wheat and use their land for other
crops there will be no cause for hard
times in our section of the country.
CoL IJobert Sturdlvant returned
home Sunday evening from Virginia,
where he had been visiting relatives
since last June. The Colonel is look
ing1 well. He informs us that he has
enjoyed , splendid health since he has
been gone. His many friends here are
pleased to see the old gentleman again
The new game called ''the editor's
delight" is played in this wise: Take
a sheet of writing paper, fold it care
fully and enclose a bank note suffi
ciently large enough to pay up all
arrears and a year or two in advance.
That which adda immensely to the
pleasure of the game, is to send a new
subscriber or two, accompanied by
the cash. Keep your eye on the edi
tor, and if be smiles the trick works
like a charm.
Sackmann Jt Co., are receiving
orderb rapidly for their medicine. We
are glad to hear this at this medicine
was a great success years ago.
Ogarita, the Indian actress, who has
a great reputation through the entire
country, will be. in our city with her
compaj; about the 17th of this month.
c Little Maud Lorimier held the lucky
key to the box containing the twenty
dollar gold piece at Bohnsack Sc
A colored man had his arm crushed
Tuesday out near Dutchtown so badly
that Dra. Vlnyard and Ramsey found
it necessary to amputate it. How the
accident happened we have not learned.
There were lots of people in tbe city
Tuesday. They came to vote and not
That fellow who telegraphed from
Jackson to the Globe-Democrat that
tbe Republicans would elect all their
picket except the Sheriff and oneCoucty
Judge is a smart man.
William Woeleke, W. H. Wilier
and D. M. Si vally were elected J untie
of the Peace for Cape Girardeau town
ship, and' Henry Kopper, well, of
course he was elected constable.
L S. Joseph is out with the boys
hooting ducks and Dr. Wilson and
D. A. Glenn are doing his work in the
First National Bank during his ab
sence. We will publish the official returns
of the rote in thjs county as soon as
we can jot them from the county seat.
The officers-elect in this county will
all take charge on the first of January.
Tbe second term will begin at the
Normal next Tuesday. ,
Several members of the F. F. F. Gun
Club are down at the big pond near
Lakeriile shooting ducks.
Henry Kopper's majority for con
stable is so big that we are ashamed
to give the figure.
Julius Hanney took the poll books
for the second precinct in this city out
to Jackson Wednesday morning.
John M. Brown was elected Justice
of the Peace In Randol township.
When the Eennett and Pemiscot
county railroad is completed our
porting men can reach fine hunting
grounds. There is an abundance of
large game in Dunklin and PenJscot
There is lots of corn coining to mar
ket and it pells at fair prices.
J. W. Wright will soon have a neat
little cottaya bouse out In the West
A family disturbance in the sou .hern
part of the cty last niht created quite
an excitement for a ehort time. Theae
disturbance are of frequeat occurrence
and an arrest and na would ht 'pio
stop theie f.uni!y rows if the oiEcer
would look Into Lie m&VUrr.
Some of our l-stticj,' men are not iso
rich an they wen' before .the election.
Joe Dehorn, from Sxtt eountv, Ic-
lorms us mat tae Ltemocrauo ucKer. in
that county fell lhind about two hun -
dred vot;a. ' , j
One smart gentleman in thu city lost
position for letting his month
and active brain is the journalistic J
world get tho belter of him in politics.
Oh, how soouAho new writer can have
his hopes blasted, bis high ambition
trodden in t!ie duat. Do not atooji wo
low aa to utter falsehoods and throw
mud at yourlSest frienda. ' . .'
This i fine weatherfor gathering
corn and th'3 farmers are taking ad
vantage of it to gvt their crop in.
. Our roosters aired thoioselves Wed-
nesday for the firt tirae is four years,
They are fine healthy birds and they
will live to crow agr.in two rears
N. A. Mohiev rcaa nominated
Congre.su ' in this city and if he
elected, and the intucatioua are that
he is he will bo ftrnquoteu in this cUy.
Wi'd Warren ban frwh oyster iif
bulk at forty a nU per quart.
Co to Will Warren for fivh oya
Uts. Cash paid for furniture, etc., at
Ixnest Hobb's on Main street.
Sailor bats at Mrs. MeCrea'f for
2o ot nts.
If you want to buy anything in the
second hand line call on Ernest
Ernest Hobbs has opened a second
hand store at the old Bonney stand
on Main street where he will buy and
tsell all kinds of goods. ' -
Felt hate lit Mrs. McCrea's for 25
Ypu shoull not fail to see that ex
cellent "Bear Sldn Shoe" sold by W.
H. Huters at the "Gem Shoe Store"
on Broadway. ,
TrJ Hamau's shoe dressing.
Don't forret the musical entertain
ment at the Dpera House Friday night.
Cure your corns by wearing the
the Seal skin shoe sold at the "Gem
Shoe Store on Broadway, W. H
s'hoea that were made to walk in at
Fine line of children's caps and
tam-o-shanters at Mrs. McCrea's.
Drop in and see the prices drop at
The "BatU" tick scarf is the lead
ing tyle. Sold by J. T. Batta, Call
and see them.
Go to G.W. Me fford's bargain store
in Haaii? for all kinds of cheap
Soft sole shoes for infante at Ha
inan's. :' ' ,
We believe in woman's rights and
woman's lefts, too (shoes).
C. J. HamaN.
Finest assortment of ribbons in
town at Mrs. McCrea '.
Use Aromalt tbe great health drink
For breakfast, dinner and supper
drink Aromalt and grow fat For sale
by H. Stratman.
O. W. Uefford will oar the highest
cash price for all kinds of second-hand
goods. Eaarig. x feb6
People are not throwing money away
these days. They want full value for
every nickel spent; and that is what
they get at Ea man's Shoe Store. '
Aromalt aids digestion and purifies
the blood. ' Once tried always used.
For sale by H. Stratman.
Fob Sale: Cheap, 1 No. 1 Radlent
Home H jrd Coal Base Burner. Ap
ply at this office.
J. V. Itbllenback keeps constantly
on hand a fresh supply of Aromalt, tbe
great health drink.
How are vour shoes? Have yon
seen Haman't stock of shoes?
I am now 'ready to make yon feel
comfortable by fitting an overcoat on
you cheaper than offered to you prev
ious to this. ; J. T. Batts.
Fancy feathers at Mrs. McCrea's for
25 cents. ;
The correct styles in .fancy dress
laundried shirts, with link cuffs, are
on sale by Batta. '. :" ' "
Fashionable fitters and fine material
in BatU tailor made suits.
of Mail Matter
Kamalalag aaetUad to la to post efles tt
Caps GlnrdMO, want ef Caps Girardcaa,
BUM of KlMonrt, for lbs WMk aadtaf
Xormbcc t, UH.
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Bonblie His Jmli
Ron, Osear -Smith,
renoas esltlBf for say arta sbov lettan
wUlplMW My "AdvorUMd," giviog data of
tba lUt. W aot eaUrd fox wttalB twe waeks
tkey will ka sast to ta Deal Letter OSo at
Wsahlaftoaatr. O. CBAIIZB.
Notle to Contractors.
The plans and specifications for the
parsonage of the Presbyterian church
will be at the office of B. F. Davis on
and after Saturday, Nov. 3rd, and
sealed bids for building the same will
be there received up to 7 p. m,, Satur
day, Nov. 10th, im.
The committoe reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
uavd A. iiiXNr,
Chairman Building Committee,
Or GENERAL INTEREST.
In the ninth century rooti of ths
clothes worn in Europe were made ia
the monasteries which kept larg stocks
! of ready-made clothing1.
Soap is first mentioned in the ninth
j foT- " was alluded to as in use
i f, . . 6 B
Oliver Wendell Holmes is spending
two hours a day in writing the story of
lis brilliant life brilliant with
achievement and mirth. Dr. Holmes
was born two years before Ed par Allan
Poe, 'though he has survived him by
nearly half a century.
JoaquJi Miller is growing on hU
California ranch a mile of roses. He
believes families live too close to
gether; therefore, in place of building
one large house be bas erected four
small ones one for his mother, one
j f Jr h5s brothers, one for bis own use,
i and the fourth for his guests.
The titla president occurs in the
liiWe: "It pleased Darius to set over
1 the' kingdom liO-princes, which should
uc irtci i .i v n uui? Aiujf uuiu( uuu vvt,
these three presidents, of whom Daniel
was first; that the princes might give
.' accounts nnto them, and the king
Ajouia hare no damage. Daniel vi.,
In the Sieira Madre mountains it is
distressin.Tly healthy. Lnnjr diseases
are unknown, jicople live in' defiance
of all hygienic laws and are rarely
eiclr. When cholera reached the
mountains some years a-o the sick
people tool; a bath the Mexican cure
for all diseases anc promptly got
well. . '
It is with butter as with ejrs,
the tradesman has suBtle distinctions
that puzzle the uninstructcd mind. An
east hide butter dealer makes these
aeeminfly incontinent announce
ments: "Very best l.utter, twenty-five
cents; do. fine, twei'-two cents; do
good, twenty cents; cooking butter,
aeventcen cents." X. Y. Sun.
At a recent meeting of Kyle Union
parochial board, Ayr, Scotland, it was
reported that the boarJ of supervision
visiting- officer was of the opinion that
the inmates of the poor house were too
comfortable and had suggested that
if the use of tobacco' was stopped and
tea-making prohibited, the number of
male inmates wouid soon decrease.
The members decided not to restrict
A young girl,tall,curly-headed and
bright-eyed, sat near the fruit stand of
which her father is the owner, in
Brooklyn. Charles F. Erwin tried to
Idas her and may have succeeded. She
creamed. He was arrested, but pro
testing to Justice Goetting that his ar
rest was an outrage, for the girl had
put her lips in a kissing position, he
was discharged with a mild caution to
be more carefuL
A French priest, who had usually a
very small audience, waa one day
preaching at the church ia his village,
when, the doors being open, a gander
and several geese came stalking up the
aisle. The preacher, availing himself
of the circumstance, observed that he
"would no longer find fault with Ms
district for non-attendance, because,
though they did not come themselves,
they sent their representatives.
Mr. IL H. Dixon has been studying
the locomotion of . insects and spiders
by means of instantaneous photo
graphs. He finds, says Nature, that
the limbs move together in diagonals.
In insects the first and third legs on
one side move with the second on the
other, tbe antennas moving with the
first leg on the same aide. In the ease
of spiders, which have eight legs, the
first and third on one side move with
the second and fourth on the other.
Seasoned timber ia but little liable
to decay under the influence cf a dry
atmosphere, and will resist decomposi
tion for aa indefinite period when kept
totally submerged in the water. The
piles of old London bridge, driven 800
years before, were found to be in good
condition when the new bridge was
erected in 1859, and those which served
as the foundation for Trojan's bridge
over the Danube, A. D. 105, are aaid to
be still visible at low stages of water.
School and Home.
There is a good story told of the
duke of Northumberland, who, in
spite of hia vast wealth, is very unaf
fected and simple in his life. When
ever ba travels on a railway he usually
takes a third-class ticket, to the Indig
nation of the railway official. Upon
a day they determined to break him of
this frugal habit, and they filled his
compartment with chimney sweeps
carrying bags of soot. When the duke
arrived at his destination he took the
weeps to the booking office and
bought them each a .first-class ticket
back again and put one in each first
class carriage sacks and alL
A licensed organ grinder and his
tfrixsled old collector illustrated ths
other day how the law against street
begging is disregarded and the Hcenae
to grind out music is abused. The
grinder was as sturdy an Italian as
ever said stand to a true man in the
mountains of Sicily, while his collector
was the wrinkled, white-haired conn
terpart ofoldGobbo. At the grinder
ground, the old man held out his hat
to passers-by and capered about in
feeble fashion to catch the eyes of the
indifferent, while the grinder directed
him now and again with a rough word.
Then when the grinder shouldered hla
instrument and trudged off, the old
man followed slowly half a block be
hind, pausing now and then to engage
In unabashed beggary, getting a penny
from a boy in a smutty apron and a
banana from the trundler of a push
cait. The two kept up this little game
for many hours, aa they hare done for
months and perhaps for years past.
The old man- has an ideal face and
figure for the business, and he ought
to command good wages. N. T. Sun.
"More trouble ahead, I perceive,
remarked the cow, with signs of vexa
tiao. "Indeed," observed her daugh
ter, inquiringly. "Tea, I read that
ted parasols are to be used again this
KBEU&er and I don't know what I shall
o, pist reeovsring from nervous prce
Irasa at I am." Cincinnati Tribune,
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL,
The recent reduction in price of
aluminium baa called renewed atten
tion to the possibilities of the ne of
aluiainhnn-bronze casting fjr pur
poses in which, the strength cf forced
steel without its liability to corrotion
are essential. Its price should cow be
not much above that of ordinary gun
Every good cook is careful to dis
pose at once of the water in which
meat has been washed. Only a very
few hours are necessary to change it
into a foul-smelling1 liquid if the tem
perature is suitable. This change is
due to a little plant called bacterium
termo. A drop of this putrid material
under the microscope reveals many
thousands of them, acting under a pecu
liar vibratile motion.
Queen .Victoria speaks ten lan
guage fluently. The queen's grand-daughter-in-law,
the German empress,
is also clever as a linguist. She sur
prised her guests at a recent court en
tertainment by talking Norwegian to
one of them who came from that conn
try. She. plays the violin very well,
and when she and ber hnsband manage
to get a quiet evening together, they
generally devote it to music.
"I have read somewhere," said an
early riser, "that we don't eat hash as
much a we did, and I ha ve no docbt
that is true, but we musts, ill eat some,
for I bear occasionally, as I take my
morning stroll, issuing out of base
ment windows the familiar sound of
the chopping knife a sound, I will
add, not unpleasant to me, for while
hash may not be an extremely fashion
able dish, I am free to say that good
hash I like." N. ,Y. Bun.
Dvorak's negro symphony, which
is made up of negro melodies and which
he wrote while rusticating last sum
mer at the little Bohemian settlement
at Spillville, Ia., has been enthusias
tically received in London. The great
composer says that in all that relates
to melody and to temperament the ne
groes are natural musicians, but that
it will tr.ke many generations of cul
ture to develop their intellects to the
point of appreciating the higher and
larger forms of music.
Daniel Webster once sat for hit
portrait to the late G. P. A Ilealy and
the senator's remark when he surveyed
the completed picture became one of
the artist's favorite anecdotes in after
years. "I think," said Webster, aa he
looked at his counterfeit presentment,
"that is a face I have often shaved."
Healy found Andrew Jackson a disa
greeable and unwilling "subject," and
he compensated hfenself by painting
014 Hickory with absolute fidelity to
nature, not glossing a single defect.
The portrait gives Jackson an ugly,
savage and pallid face.
Sometime a man who wants to
stop a street car anaps his fingers at
the driver or the gripman. It seems
ay though the gripman would be ex
asperated by that, but be doesn't ap
pear to be. Some people lift a hand
high in the air and hold it there, and
some people wave an umbrella or a
cane; but the great majority of people
have discovered that for all practical
purposes in stopping a ear a toothpick
is as good as a fence rail. All that is
necessary is to catch the driver's eye.
It isn't necessary to shove a house on
the track in front of him.
A LITTLE NONSENSE."
''The childish miss resents a kkm
nd runs the other way; but when at
List some years have passed, it's differ
ent, they say.
How doth tha little summer atrl
Employ with area aispatek
Back mam gat of tka pawing boon
To aiake aaotber eatea.
Chicago Inter Ocean,
"My dear," said a fond wife, "when
we were engaged I always slept with
your last letter under my pillow."
"And I," murmured her husband, "I
sften went to sleep over your letters."
An Edged Temper. O' Kief "How
did Bill contract that terrible habit of
wearing?' MoEll "He shaves him
self, and his wife has corns, and there
Is only one rasor in the house. "
Brooklyn Eagle. -.
Overheard in the Chicken Yard.
"I don't see. Chickabiddy," said the
bantam, "why you stand up for that
spring chicken. . He's awfully tough.
I ou're not hia mother." "No, but he's
me of my set," said Chickabiddy.
Beauties of Advertising. Fair Via
tor "So you have really decided not
to sell your house?" Fair Host "Yea,
f on see, we placed the matter in the
lands of a real estate agent After
eading his lovely advertisement of our
KOiiertj, neither John nor myself
wulcl think of parting with such a
vouderful and perfect home." Pitta
During the rehearsals of "Borneo
ind Juliet" at the London Lyceum,
Sit. Stirling, who is the most venera
te of actresses, took occasion to re
nark that the nurse waa not necessari
ly old. that she should be represented
is middle aged, etc., and she 'appealed
o Mr. Irving. "My dear Mrs. Stlr
ing," said the manager, with delicate
tUre. "you may make the nurse Just
is youthful aa you can."
Ferocity. Spatts "I tell yon,
IVally Weama is a perfect democ when
he to awousedt" Sepsmlth "Iwantah
nowr "Yaaa, bah Jawre, he is! Tbe
sthah night he came home unexpected
ly and caught Algy Spoonah kissing
hia wife, and flew at him like a tigah.
Be stwnck Algy in the mouth with his
glove thwee times, bwoke his umbwel
toandewied that he hoped to goodness
tt would wain weal hahd aa he was go
leg homer "My suhrsl" Tmth.
A well known professor of arclusol
egy at Harvard waa recently talking
with a junior about the wonders of this
wonderful land. "I wish you eould
see our tows of Fokerville, professor,"
said the youngster; "it ia a most inter
esting town only twenty years old
and with fifty thousand Inhabitant."
"Ah yes very interesting, no doubt,"
replied the professor, dryly; "bat,
strange a it may seem, I should my
self prefer a town fifty thousand ysar
bid and with twenty inhabitant."
f.lONSTEK ES2V.CCO Tf
One of the most reiaarkabTe ti;aVr
belts in the world stands in Uurabol it
and Mendocino counties, CaliforcLa. It
embraces 4.125 Knuare miles, con'ain
ing 132,000.000,003 feet of timber. Wktb
the aid of the microscope scien lists have
found the a?e of some of these trees to
; be nearly 3,000 years. Some of the
fallen trees have remained where they
fell for 800 to L000 years, so it is esti
mated, with scarcely any deterioration
of the wood.
: Eastern tourists in California know
but little of these redwoods (Sequoia
sempervirens). They usually see the
few mammoth redwoods of Calaveras
(Sequoia gigantea) and go home and tell
1 their friends about this disappearing
' tribe of giants. The lumber redwoods
: of Humboldt are less talked abont, yet
one of Its trees will yield 100.000 feet of
boards, and fill a freight train with
t elling these trees, which are 150 to
250 feet hfeh, is a fine art acquired only
by the most expert chopper. He must
t have excellent judgment as to tha
"lean" of the tree, and other peculiari
i ties which may affect the direction of
j its fall. He drives a stake 100 or 150 feet
from the base of the tree, and prepares
. a level bed in a direct line from base
to stake, and on that line the tree
must fall - An ax kerf is then made on
j the side where the tree is to falL The
: apex of the obtuse triangle made by
, this kerf points exactly to the distant
The tree is eut one-third through
with the ax. On the other side of the
tree, opposite ths ax kerf, a saw kerf is
started. This is done by baring two
holes horizontally and driving in wood
en pins on which, the 13 to SO-foot saw
rests until the kerf is sufficiently deep
to steady the saw. Broad, thin iron
wedges are driven in after the saw to
prevent the doomed tree from pinching
it. At each end of this saw "ears" are
bolted on, which can be removed and
the saw withdrawn in case of trouble.
Wedges are made to follow the saw
until the wood dividing the saw kerf
from the ax kerf is narrowed to a width
where wedges can be made to force the
tree, with all its great weight, to man
in the direction in which it is to fall.
. The tree ia toppled over, and so exact
is the chopper's work and calculation
that almost invariably the falling
trunk drives the stake aimed at when
operations were begun. Any error in
the fall of the tree ia likely to cause
the tree to break and cost the lumber,
man more than the chopper's wages
for the month 1125. These virgin for
ests are so densely timbered that, if
cleared at once, there would not be
room enough on the ground for the
trunk. Peelers" follow the choppers.
With long steel bars, flattened at one
end, they pry off the thick bark and
burn it. Then comes the erosa-cut as w
man, who cuts the tree into logs.
These are transported to the saw mills
by rail, eut into boards and shipped to
Bedwood is so free from resinoua
matter that it will not burn readily.
Vhen fired it chars. The immunity
from fire of towns built of redwood
lumber ia remarkable. Large confla
grations are unknown. This lumber
shrinks so very little that it is used by
builders in a green state. The beauty
of the wood for finishing work is
marked, as it frequently has a curly
faire and also a bird's-eye grain.' This
redwood promises to be a popular wood
In the eastern states. Boston Travel
ler. ' '
INDIANS LOVE GAMBLING.
Thar Win Bat Blc Saaw, Brae a tfca
Daath af Fries.
The gambling instinct among Indi
ana seems rather to be increased than
otherwise by clvilization.and more than
one Cherokee who drew at Tahlequah
recently for himself, hia wife and his
children quite a large sum of money in
full discharge of his personal interest
In the Cherokee strip came near losing
very dollar of it before returning
home. One day when the distribution
was exceptionally heavy two very spec
ulative recipients were standing to
gether near the post office. ' A boy was
een coming along the street on a
bucking pony. For so young a boy he
held hia seat well, but it seemed ex
ceeding probable to the onlookers that
before he got the pony home he would
either be thrown or would have to get
off. The two Indiana discussed the
proposition with much excitement, and
finally one man bet the other the en-'
lire government per capita that the
boy would be thrown before he got
The bet waa accepted with vicious
eagerness, and as they watched the
antics of the pony aa it whirled rounds
bucked, sat down on its haunches, and
did everything else that was ever
known to a brick horse, they almost
came to blows in the excitement of
their argument Finally the horse,
despairing cf any other means of get
ting rid of its rider, leaped in the air
and fell on its side, knocking half ths
Ufa eat of . the boy, and then roiliug
.completely over him. An altercattaa,
of course, followed aa to which had
won the bet. The plucky boy hung oa
to the horn of hia saddle, although j
parently fatally injured. He neither
fell off nor got off, but was lifted off
the furious animal by half a dozen men
who rushed quickly to the rescue. Ef
fort were made to qiiet the two In
dians, and the suggestion that the bet
bo declared off waa freely made. As
each man declined to pay the other,
this was the final outcome of the af
fair; but the wagering of such a com
paratively large sum over such an in
significant event show that specula
tion will always be more or less pop
ular with the average Indian. St
"Speaking of persistency," re
marked the bill-poster, thoughtfully,
"my trade is certainly one m whica a
man will never make a cent except by
sticking at it" BuSalo Coarier.
Not Bullet-Proot Cohenstein ('4
Sleer. who is about to fire at f . .'; y
cloth log thief "Sheet 'Im la A.
banta! Shoot 'im in cat basts! L.t?
toat and vest iah uncial" Puck.
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Thursday, i'oartl. Day Nov. .1.".
tii; l.ora r.cfC- .H-.im
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ViUicrC Uanrt Mi:
McLatn John A
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I G-l.i !;u-a Al M.M.snre
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t.'r Henr7 II ::it-r
:.ttm I'siH IV ii .'.-t-T
Friday, Fifth Baj lo: Ilk J.4.
Vilier Mollio c .
.Mai'is" lharira II
MctaJ-l. n i):ichell
Pritiht hrisliua JB
Quinn Huu'b R
jtaintwy .-har!.p K
I Grin J I) Mil.rr h'-.r
t t.'.ln hi w rhh'lir ii
Gun .lnM(.h!ue lirftT
litln FrH3!rir!t rvt
ii'ln .ioon V Pne.t
Gln Julina felftuni'T
Ailmr Wiir:rinicMA Howard
Aitmr Howard A Kamnr
Saturday, Sixth Day 'ov. IT, 194.
'ur W iiliam H
feehlopter Andrew H
Wiley Elixa C
Woiten tilia ,
Ailmr K N la!cr
Ailioi Johu t liar
Aditir fciiiiboth tcPanlili
l'ti Anni A A ivnouita
ixln irfue B Wiiiii
Admr l'liiiiip Wairwr
txln. Vartaa K nirtff
Ad'x William C Woliexa
Judge of trobt
Trustee's Salo of Heal Estate.
WHtRKAS, Loalw Kinfmana, of tli
euactr or Cap iiirarWaa, ami Slat? of
Miatonrt, by brr cria doni of tmrt, dtt4
tbe Tt day of Ju&i, elattleea faaocrwl aa4
olnrty -thwo, aod w orrli lu the keozdir'a
ooe of tacoonlT ol Cp birardna, in book
Q. of TrQf-ti and Bor rana, on paint 8t bun
drrd od thiriT-alx (.At) eood ia traat ta
Phillip Baa, the rolloincdenbMt rrai rsute,
aitaate, lyln and ling la tbe eocnty of
Cap (iirardraa and ttateof laiwotirt, to-it:
One bnadrrd and aitty frtnt and fnrty-aoa
kandmdtla (IM 7-H1 wrw, being Lot axrniwr
Utnea (W) ot U. S. t rrj aaiotx-r taro Uioa.
and two hood rd and aialT.tnree i-?1 1 (
hip aainNv tiurty (!), aorta of rt twi
(U)au4 tbineeo (13' at, bn sa l-.rd
ajBatbed to aaid Im;r In U3i, hy im
laa4 will aaa twtaiMttof Jena B. feii! '.inn,
dMipaaed, PTOed, pnw and f"n-xi m te
Cowmoa Fleaa Court o4 CD to ra-u .a i
la Bld eoucty oo Mif $ri ai:.:t- cana.'-'l
and rhtf-T (ItMt) aad aiaa o mvrii la l.e
rveottjffr'a oieeo aa d oay lt 'itmjt
Mea (17) pajtetwahaiHirmaii'l a ie ('.
Ami, utter aaid aaa Uf , roe U,-tm
doe aod pt?se accruing to ln ;rq V'trr.
date tad e-rt of aud note ard rmin ui. J.
ow ber?foy, iwi5 la eri)y t, .t I,
tbe undsTiTid tmat, at '.fc rr i"i of t
irral hitr of aaid no. aoU irr Tir.u of tna
aaioonty is me vate l ana para7iuca Of tae
nvta4oaa of laid deed of treat, w;l ea
Saturday, the First Day of December,
A. D. 1384, .
Between the boare of tea e'clotk (s tba rr
noon and five o'lork ta t aDraonn of thai
day In tbe City of Gortiormile, C t-e iinrlr
oountT and Stat of aiaaonrl, prored to Mil
tbe aaid darsn tx-d real eetate. at p :ii veerf ,
to the higiuMt bidder, lor in ba oaaty
aaid note aad intereat, toa-Mhrr an . a tn am
and azpeaaaaof exeeatlua t' of tmt.
aOTlontt 1 ruaiee
Trustee's Bill ot Befcl Estate.
X7H1TRKAS, Aflol Pprirver, of tha er-nty
of C? Oiraitla, an 4 Scat of a.
toaii, bv hia eartain df4 cf trsn. dtrt u
Ibnrteenik dny of Feiimary, 19, i,jr
eordeil in tha aVword'a oia ef tne araacr of
Cap ulmOMl iaBwkUof tr-m and nrt
rjra aa par 1 emtverad in trot to biry
S. Hager to follow n dwrnl -d r-ai .iai
aitaats, lylnf and bt it tnacoenty ef Cap
tilruvleaa and btat cf kuaaoa?!. to wit:
The eaat balf (H of the mwwt nartrof
fractional aeelioa aaaiosr nine !! mtmiMa;
elhtT (XI) anrea, and tha mb h i of t"-
ant a went quarter ol aretloa a-mi in-r li ( oi
aonlaniiot eiabtv (' acre, a I towakhla
namiar thirty (nj nortk of Kant lmM
tweira !) eaat. ooKainin la Ui F??pa'a
n bandred and abty (l.'i arrm. i. -mittn
am land awrired b aaid Adoips rivinir-r by
warrantr dneda of rannrd in the ir-isdwra
o&ine of aaid manty ta book W, fig ;, aad
aonx I, pafftiia.
Witatit. aaid o'a haa lcr airv Vi-arB
da and pevaiiie aoercdtnf to t'ne trae toor.
data and atferaortaia Bote ana iwhhm
Now therefore. Botise I berwl r lut I.
tbe andm.'rned tranM. at tha rf-;st of ilia
ieaal solder -l the raid ante, ana cy m
at the antbnrltT In ax vxeted acd in pjsatxse
of tba promuoaa ef aa.U ueud of traat. wui aa
Monday the Tenth Day of December,
A. D. 1894,
brtweem tha boar of tea o'clock in he forenoon
and ire e-elort la the aiternoon of tt day, at
) enart boaae door In tl r 'T of Je'fn,
eoantT of Cat Giranjeaa ard S;ieof
aall aaid omt Deo re u nuwnpnij :ei"Mi
la the hl?9t bidil,r. for eaan in nd, u
aatiafy a'd aVM aad lolereat i
not Vncetner with ewti aad axpeuara of eierat-
iutft.a trust. Tovc Klr.v
dee 1 ana '
Hiss Qri5tTi?3 U,e:r,
f n,Mpl. prj Tv'-r""
Ctui'ViliiUl Ut.iJ lt vnllkUl
fTeparcd ta do wi rk ea ahcrt aotice. Bcntk
Spanitb Street. onX-t
To fill our
If yon need Shoeing
don't fail to call.
C. J. Haman,
115 N. Mai.1 Streets