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PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL.
The recent reduction iu price of
aluminium has called renewed atta
tion to the possibilities of the use of
aluminium-bronze castings for pur
poses in which the strength of forged
steel without its liability to corrosion
are essential. Its price should now 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-smelling 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
guages fluently. The queen's grand-daughter-in-law,
the Uerman 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 fro: . that coun
try. She plays the violin very veil,
and when she and her hnsband mauage
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 as we did, and I have no doubt
that is true, but we must still eat some,
for I hear 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
bash may not be an extremely fashion
able dish, I am free to say that good
hash I like.' X. Y. Sun.
Dvorak's negro symphony, which
is made upof negro melodies and which
he wrote while rusticating last sum
mer at the little Mohemian settlement
at Spillville, la., 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 take many gem-rations of cul
ture to develop their intellects to the
point of appreciating the higher and
larger forms of music.
Daniel Webster once sat for hh
portrait to the late G. I. 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."' saiil Webster, as ho
looked at his counterfeit presentment,
"that is a face I have often shaved."
Healy found Andrew .lackson a disa
greeable and unwilling "subject," and
he compensated hktself by painting
Old Hickory with a solute fidelity to
nature, not 'rlssinr a single defect.
The portrait gives Jackson an ugly,
savage and pallid face.
Sometimes a mm who wants to
stop a street car snaps his fingers at
the driver or the gripman. It seems
t thon-j-li the grinman would be ex
etperated by that, but he 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 sreat majority of people
have discovered that for all practical
purposes in stopping a car 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 kiss
and runs the other way; but when at
Inst some years have passed, it's differ
ent, they say.
How lioth the little summer girl
Employ with great dispatch
Each moment of the passing hours
To make another catch.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
"Jly dear," said a fond wife, "whec
we were en;ra;red I always slept with
your last letter under ray pillow."
"And I." murmured her husband, "I
aften went to sleep over your letters."
An Edjred Temper. O'Kief "How
did liill contract that terrible habit of
swearing".'" McElI "He shaves him
self, and his wife has corns, and there
is only one razor in the house."
Overheard in the Chicken Yard.
"I don't see. Chickabiddy." said the
bantam, "why you stand up for that
sprinsr chicken. He's awfully touh.
V ou're not his mother." "Xo, but he's
ne of my set," said Chickabiddy.
Jleantios of Advertising1. Fair Vis
itor "So you have really decided not
to sell your house?" Fair Host "Yes.
ifou see. we placed the matter in the
lands of a real estate aent. After
eadin'r his lovely advertisement of our
rojicrty. neither John nor myself
totiM thiuk of parting with such a
voudcrful and perfect home." Pitts
During- the rehearsals of "llomeo
ind Juliet" at the London Lyceum,
Urs. Stirling1, who js the most venera
ble of actresses, took occasion to re
mark that the nurse was not necessari
ly old. that she should be represented
is middle-aged, etc., and she appealed
lo Jlr. Irving. "-My d;ar Mrs. Stir-ang-,"
said the manager, with delicato
tatirc, "you may make the nurse just
is youthful as you can."
Ferocity. Spatts "I tell you,
Wally Weams is a perfect demon when
he is'awoused!" Sapsmith "Iwantah
tnow!" "Yaas, bah .Tawve, he is! Too
athah niht he came home unexpected
ly and caught Alrry Spoonah kissing
his wife, and flew at him like a tigah
tie stwuck Algy in the mouth with his
plove thwee times, bwoke his umbwel
laandewied that he hoped to goodness
It would wain weal hahd as he was go
ing home'." "My stahrsl" Truth. .
A well known professor of archaeol
ogy at Harvard was recently talking
with a junior about the wonders of this
wonderful land. "I wish you could
Bee our town of Pokerville, professor,"
Baid the youngster; "it is a most inter
esting town only twenty years old
und with fifty thousand inhabitants."
"Ah yes very interesting, no doubt,"
replied the professor, dryly; "buV
strange as it may seem, I should my
self prefer a town fifty thousand years
old and with twenty inhabitant."
I Consumers ofdiewingtotaccowho
I are willing to pat) a little more tka
! the price charged for tie ordinary
1 trade tobaccos, will finite
brand superior to all others-
E. D. EN'GELMANN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office at si ore on Harmony Street,
CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MO.
8hv Adopted Uio
N l-CW PROCESS,
....1 ,s .n.w ."ft .i.iir Rmir til at can :t.,t ht
'e . toy u;:v mill in ihe country. A 'rial
I ii .. .i . r i'n i ei Ir'l r.r will convince any
lu itf ;; ;.,, Kl-tn.- that P la superior to any
15 f ' 1 ire'l
CSiVK IT A TRIAL.
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'f! tiiriir'ii'Utl. Mo.
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DEALER IN FIXE BRANDS OF
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Agents of the
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"V"(V at this dav comes the plaintiQ herein by
bis attorney" in open court ami liles his
petition am) attnlavit, alleging among other
things, that delendants Pauline Fougen ami
Saint r due Foiigeu are non re-idence or the
State of Missouri . Whereupon it is ordered by
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publication that plaintiil has commenced a suit
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Part ot ixi nninner iwo. in rnne m i"
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Begin at the north east corner or said
lot number two (a), range I), in said
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Harmnnv street, one hundred and thirty
four 1 1.14) feet, more ;or less, to Main street
lormerlv Geiman streit. then south along Mafu
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less to Water street, then run north aloitj; ail(j
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and eight () inches to the place of beginning,
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apjicar at this court, at the next term thereof
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And it is further ordered that a copy hereof
be published according to law in the Cape
Girardeau Democrat, a newspaper published
in said county for four weeks successively, the
last insertion to be at least thirty days "before
the commencement of the next term of this
court. A true copy.
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ni nrXn ltwi Clerk .
FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby
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undersigned administrator of said estate intends
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Order ot Publication.
In the Cape Girardeau Court of Conim 'n Pleas,
within and for the Comity of Cape Girardeau
and dtaVe of Missouri.
SEPriSIUKK TE1IM, Ir!4.
Monday, September 24th, ISM, first day of
The State of Missouri, at the relation and to
the use or Christian Hirsch. Collector or the
Iteveuue of the City of Cape Girardeau, In the
State of Missouri, PlaiutiX
BartE. Linnehan and Transfer Steamer John
F. Lincoln. Defendants.
Order of Publication and Continuance.
X OW comes the plaintiff herein by attorney,
and it appearing to the court from the re
turn ot the sheritr and affidavit tiled herein,
that the defendants are non residents of the
State of Missouri and cannot be summoned in
this action . It is therefore ordered by the court
tnat publication be made notifying said defcnd
ai.ts that an action has been commenced against
them by petition in the Cape Girardeau Court of
Common Pleas or Cape Girardeau County in
the Mate 01 Missouri, the object and general
nature of which is to eulorce the lieu of the
State or Missouri for taxes upon the lollowing
described personal proiierty to-wit; Class three
f.t), four (4) and (en (in) Transfer Steamer John
F. Lincoln to r.wover the amo .ut of taxes due
on said personal proiierty lor the year li-ai,
thai unless they be and apleart the next May
term, 18H, to be begun and held at the court
hous in the city of cape Girardeau, Cape Gir
ardeau county, "Missouri ou the lourth Monday
in May next, IMV, and on or before the sixth
day thereof (ir the term shall so long omtiiue.
il not, then before the end of the term and
answer or demur to piaintiff'c petition the same
will be taken as confessed and judgment reu
It is further ordered that a copy hereof be
published in the Cape Girardeau 1 xioIikat, a
newspaper printed and published at Cape Gir
ardeau Cou.rty, Missouri, lor four weeks suc
cessively, the last iut-ertion to be at lea t thirty
days before the iirst day of the next May term
of this conrt. A true copy.
Attest: E. 11 KNGELUANN,
O. der of Publication.
In the Cspe Girardeau Court of Common Pleas,
within and lor the County of Cape Girardeau
and State or Missouri.
JANl iliY rEKll, IKi'i.
Iriday, February I'.th, 18!;3, and fourteei.th
day of said term
The State of Missouri at the relation and to the
useol Peter Lehner, Collector of the l.evenve
ol Cape Girardeau Con .t iu the Mate of
Uobcrt II. Harris and the unknown heirs of
Hubert B. Harris, Defendants.
Onlerof Publication. Uei.ewed and Continued.
VOW comes the plaintiff herein by 'attorney
and it anpearini; to the conn that the
Order of Publication made at the last term in
this cause was not pnbiished: it is therefore
ordered ihat the same be rei.ewed
Now comes the plaiuiifl" herein by attorney,
and it appearing to the court irom the return of
the sher.tf and affidavit hied herein that the
defendants are non res.de. ts ol the State of
.Missouri and cam otbesnmmonedin thiscause
It is therefore ordered hy the cou t thrt publica
tion be mane notilyiig said delendants that an
action has tieeu commerced against thtiu by
eiition in the Cupu Girardeau Court oi Com
mon Pleas of Cape Girardeau com ty in the
Mate ol .Missouri, theobjeet ai.d general nature
of which is toenforcu the lien of the State of
Missouri lor taxes upon tfe lollowing described
The north part or lot one (1) of the northwest
quarter ('4 of section seven (7;, township
tbirt-two (:J2i, Ta:.j:e lourteen (1-), containieg
thirty (.) acres-situate in the county of Cat
Gitanlean State of Missouri to recover the
amount or taxes due on said land for the years
1. Isc7, ls. ls.-!. IMHI, lslti, that unless
they be and appear at the next regular termor
this conrt to be begun and held at the court
house iu the city r Cape Girardeau, Countv
or Cape Girardeau Ma'e of Missouri on the
lourth .Monday in May next, ls!k"i, and on or
before the sixth day thereof (if the term shall
so long coirtiutic, if not. then lielore the end
of the term) and answer or demur to plaintiff's
letition. the same will be tiikeii ns confessed
and judgment rendered accordingly.
It is inrther ordered that a copy hereof be
published iu the Cape Girardeau : bat, a
newsper printeu and published at Cape Girar
deau county, Missouri, lor foer weeks success
ively, the fast insertion to lie at least thirty
days before the firt day of the next regular
term of thisco"rt to which term this cause is
continued A true copy.
Attest: E. II. EXGELMASN,
StocV holder's Meeting.
Notice t hereby given that a meeting of the
Stockholders of the St Louis, Kennett A South
ern Itnilroad Company will be held at the ortice
ol the said Company in the Citv of Cspe Girar
deau, on Saturday April the 1.1th, ls9.', to sub
mit to the stockholder) of the raid Company
whether or not contract entered into hy this
Company with the Pemiscot bnilroad Company
to consolidate their respective lines of railroad
shall be ratified, approved and conflmcd. and
whether or not this Company shall accept the
provisions of Section 2-i, Article 2, Chapter
4i or the Hevised Statutes or Missonri lss as in
that behair provided and to transact such other
business as may come betnre said Stockholders
and be presented to the same for consideration
LCU1S HOUCK. President.
Order of Publication.
In the Cape tiirardeau Conrt of Common Pleas
witnin an. 1 lor tne county 01 cape uiraraeau
and State of Missouri.
sep r.jtnrn teiim, 1S4.
Monday, r-eptember 24th, 1SS4, first day of
Septemner term issh.
The State of Missonri. at the relation and to the
nse of Christian Hirsch, Collector or the
Revenue of the City of Cajie Girardeau, in
the State of Missouri, Plaintiff
Bart E. Linnehan and Transfer Steamer Yice
Order of Publication and Continuance.
VOW comes the plaintiff herein by attorney.
and it appcarini: to the court from the re
turn of the sheriff and affidavit tiled herein,
that defendant are non residence of the State
of Missouri and cannot be summoned in this
action. It i therelore ordered by the court
that publication be made notifying said de
fendants that an action has been com
menced against them hy H-tition in the
Caiie Girardeau Comt of Common Pleas of
I ape Giraroeau County in the M ate of Missouri,
the object and general nature of which is to en
force the lien of the -date ol' Missouri for taxes
npon the following described personal proiierty
to-wit: Class three (:t; ,fonr(4) and ten (in) Trans
leT steamer Vice-President, to recover the
amount ol taxes dneon said personal property
lor the years lsl and Is:i2, that unless they be
and appear at the next May term. ls!r, to he'be
gun and held at the Conrt house in thecity olCape
Girardeau, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri,
on the fourth Monday in May next, l.-'.t.", and
on or before the sixth day thereof (if tne terra
shall so long continue, if not. then before the
end of the term; and answer or demur to
plaintiff's petition the same will lie taken as
confessed and judgment Tendered accordingly .
It is further ordered that a copy hereof be
published iu the Caie Girardeau IJemockpt, a
newspaper printed and published at Cape Gir
ardeau County. Missouri, lor four weeks suc
cessively, the last insertion to be at least thirty
days be'ore the first day of the next May term
of this court . A true copy .
Attest: E. It. EN'GELMANN,
Xotice is hereby given that a meeting of the
Stockholders of the Pemiscot Railroad Company
will be held at the office of the said Company
In the Citv of Cape Girardeau, on Sa.nrdav,
April the 1.1th, ICO, to submit to the Stock
holders of the said Company whether ot not
contract entered into by this Company with
the St. Louis, Kennett "A Southern Railroad
Company to consolidate their respective lines
of railroad shall be ratified approved aud con
firmed, and whether or not this Company shall
accept the provisions or Section iV)7, Article t.
Chapter 42 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri
lss; as in that behalf provided, and to transact
such other business as may come berore said
Stockholders and be presented to the same for
consideration. LOUIS B. HOUCK,
F. W. VOGT,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire new stock, the latest Improved and
best Cooking and heatings tores in the market.
AH kinds of Job Work done In the best manner
and at moderate prices .
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty' and work guaranteed first-class.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice la all tbe courts and attend to
all bnsiuess entrusted to him
Dr. J, M, VanDervort,
Consultation and - Examination
Free. Offica at Kago's stable, Cape
C. LINDEMANN &. SON.
OF ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine, poplar, cypress, oak.
gum, walnut, ash and cheery. Also flooring
and ceiling all grades. Finishing lumber,
laths, shingles, moalaiugs, window and door
caseing. window and door frames, all sizes
made to order on short notice. Delivery any
where Inside of city limits.
Spanish St., Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Santos. R'o De Janeiro, Chicago, Boston,
New York. St. Lonis.
Stoffregen. if (Lo.
COFFEES. TEAS & SPICES.
Coflee Rosters and Spice Grinders. Largest
importers in the West. Imported last year
3U0.UI.0 bags or 4o,0U),O00 pounds of coffee.
411-412 South 7th Strut.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
G. R. ULRICH, Traveling Salesman.
L. . Run & P. W. Mutton,
Office in Stnrdivant Bank Building.
TSJS Crown and bridge Work and Gold
lUJJT Filling a specialty. Teeth extracted
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest Improved Roller Process.
Having adopted the RolleT Proeese, we are
now prepared to make flour of the finest grades.
A trial of oar Holler Process Flonr will con
vince yon that It is the best Flour made. Give
ns a trial.
STEIN BROS.. Pro'p.
Broadway, - Cape Girardeau, Mo.
J. M. Monsl.oK.
Sax F. Davis
MORRISON & DAVIS,
LOAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY
Houses, lots and farms for sale. Rents col
lected snd abstracts furnished . Office on Span
ish street. Cape Girardeau. Mo.
And all other kind of collars, harness, sad-pi-
and bridles. Ail work fullv guaranteed.
Also dealer tn BUGGIES, CARTS, Road wag
ons and all kind of vehicles.
Cor. Broadway and Spring Sts.
G. W. TRAVIS.
THE t DENTIST.
Practices dentistry in all Its
branches. Kates reasonable. All
work done in the best manner and
zuaranteed. No extra charges
after the work is completed.
REFERENCE: To the people whom I hare
lived among and practiced foTOTer twenty-three
years. Office at the old stand in the Rodney
Cor. Main and Broadway.
t. Iharles galnon.
HE RM Lis IIEKNECKE. Pro'p.
c;or. fflaii? 0 51?emi5 Struts,
Under St Charles Hotel.
The best or wines, liquors and cigars always
on hand. Sole ageut for the celebrated
The best whiskey In the world, and so pro
nounced by all coropeteut judges of good liquor.
Fresh beer on tap all the time.
Will make them
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