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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
TtiG Democrat Printing Go.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Onto at Cape Girardeau,
Mo., as second-class matter.
SATURDAY, APRIL 20. 18!T.
The Collector of the Revenue of
Wayne county is short several thous
and dollars. He is a Democrat, of
Hon. Charles H. Mansur. of Mis
souri. Assistant Comptroller of the
Treasury, died at the National hotel,
Washinon. D. C, yesterday. His
death had been expected for several
The negroes who emigrated to Mex
ico from the United States are al
ready beginning- to tramp back. The
United States is good enough for them
they evidently think.
The Republican tidal wave again
exhibited its stienjrth in the New Jer
sey municipal elections. In all the
cities the size of the Republican ma
jorities show that the workinjnnen un
derstood fully that the Democratic
party is the cause of the hard times,
through its disastrous tariff policy,
and its utter incapacity for the man
agement of the national finances.
Another suit is to lie legun to lest
the constitutionality of what is left of
the income tax law. The attorney in
the case says the purpose of the suit
is not to raise new questions, but to
present the same questions to a full
liench for a final adjudication. Hut
whether the health of Justice Jackson
will icrniit him to take up official du
ties is still uncertain, and there has
been no intimation of his intention to
resign in order that another appoint-
"u " mAUC- j trunk drives the stake aimed at when
---zz I operations were begun. Anv error in
MONSTER REDWOOD TREES.
Vkmj Compos a Most Remarkable Timber
One of the most remarkable timber
belts in the world stands in Humboldt
and Mendocino counties, California. It
i embraces tl?5 square miles, contain
ins 132,000,000.003 feet of timber. With
the aid of the microscope scientists have
fonnd the age of some of these trees to
be nearly 3,000 years. Some of the
fallen trees have remained where they
fell for 800 to 1,000 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 th
few mammoth redwoods of Calavera?
(Sequoia gigantea) and go home and tell
their friends about this disappearing
tribe of giants. The lumber redwoods
of Humboldt are less talked about, yet
one of its trees will yield 100.000 feet of
boards, and fill a freight train with
Felling these trees, which are 150 to
250 feet high, is a fine art acquired only
by the most expert chopper. He must
have excellent judgment as to the
"lean" of the tree, and other peculiari
ties which may affect the direction of
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 tre
must fall. An ax kerf is then made on
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 cut one-third through
with the ax. On the other side of the
tree, opposite the ax kerf, a saw kerf is
started. This is done by boring two
holes horizontally and driving in wood-
I en pins on which the 12 to 20-foot saw
rests until the kerf is sufficiently deep
to steady the saw. I.road, 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 lean
in the direction in which it is to falL
The tree is toppled over, and so exact
is the cliorraer's work and n.ilmil.itinn
! that almost invariably the falling
Consumers of clewing tobacco who
the price charged for tie ordinary
trade tobaccos, will find this
brand superior to all others-
The railroads of the United Slates
last year earned $122.(KK),OOI) less than
the previous year. Kxpenses were re
duced $K2,(XM.0nn. but nevertheless the
net earrings fell off to the extent of
$4l),(KMI,(HK. Another of the fearftiily
costly results of Democratic ascen
dency. The workingmen stood the
the fall of the tree is likclv to cause
the tree to break and cost the lumber
man more than the chopper's wages
for the month 155. These virgin for
ests are so densely timbered that, if
cleared at once, there would not be
room enough on the ground for the
trunks. "Peelers" follow the choppers.
i With long steel bars, flattened at one
nfl llinv nri- flF lln, tliir.1.- lio.V .i.i.I
brunt of it. of course. The $S2,KN.(XK j 1mrn it. Th;n t.omes the crosSK;;t s:nv
reduction in expenses was saved by I man. who cuts the tree into logs,
reductions in wages, and the uis- j These arc transported to the.saw mills
charge of men whose services were not j .Y rai1' cut into bards and shipped to
needed because of the diminished vol-1 raa,rket- ,.
, r . 1 Keitwooil is so tree from resinous
ume of trafiic. . .. . . ,
I matter that it will not burn readily.
' H 1 1m. 1 ml .. :
neu nrcu 11 cnars. jine immuniiv '
irom fare of towns built of redwood
lumber is remarkable. Large confia-
W. L. Douglas
C4 OUfET 13 THE BEST.
V OliWb WO SQUEAKING.
Ana our specialties lur
Gentlemen, Ladles, Boys
and Misses are the
Best in the World.
See descrlptrre advertise
ment which appears in this
Take no Substitute.
Insist on baring W. I
I.W anil nHm
stamped on bottom. Sold by
Sold hv Dovlo Bros
Kleant and exclusive design3 lor Olit-door
anti In-door Toilettes, drawn from Worth
inodeN by sandoz and Chapais. are rri im
portant feature. These apiear every week, rc
eomjianied liy minute descriptions and details.
Urn Paiii- Ikttku. hy Kntlierinede Forest, is a
weekly trn-iscript oi the latest styles and
caprices in the mode Under Ihe head ol' Skw
Yoiik Kamiion. plain directions and full
particulars are iriven as to shapes, laliries.
trimmiutrs, and accessories of the costumes ol
well-djesscd women. Oiilkuex's t.'i.uniiM;
receives practical attention. A fortnitjhtly
Pnttern-slieet Supplement enaldes readers to
cut ami make their own irmvns. Tlie woman
who takes ll.vri'K.n's Hazai: is pf'-pared for
every occasion in lile, cerinoiu.ii or itilormal,
where ln autiful dres.s is re'itiiMte.
Ad American Serirtl. r.i: Wakuuk's
lAi'iiiTin:. Pv Kciiicea Jlaruii: l:ivi-. a
stroiiir novel of Aiiieriean lirv. p.irt!v laid in
Pennsylvaeia and partly in the far South, w ill
occupy tlie last Ma'l ol the voir. .
My l.Aoi .ui::V. an intensely exciunir
novel, liy Maarten Maartens. author of "(iiinN
F"Oi.."'"T!ie "ireaterlilorv." etc-, will liejrin
the year. T? 5f " T.
Ks-"as "ani sricJm. 1 1 i -. I o "iliisdepart
ent Spectator will contribute her charmintr
paiiers on What We are Oomjr" in New York
Asvf.u- t Coi:i;rr.'Mr. i Questions
receive the personal attention tite editor, and
are answen d at the earlier- j.o.-silile date alter
si.mi in:: Ii.m -1 1: ri I'ltM-er.i rt.
Tlie Toledo Weekly made
Of the now nearly twenty thousand
regular publications in the United
States. therearo buttwo or thive weekly
newspapers published for general cir
culation in every State and Territory,
and of these the Toledo Weekly I.Iade
is the liest and most popular of them
all. It is the oldest, best known, and
has the largest circulation. For more
than twenty-five years it hits lxvn a
regular visitor to every portion of the
Union, and it is well known at everv
grations are unknown. This lumi.er
shrinks so very little that it is used by
builders in a green state. The beauty
of the wood for finishing work U
marked, as it frequently lias a curly
faee and also a bird's-eye grain. This
redwood promises to be a popular wood
in the eastern states. Moston Traveller.
Set Itiir Sum. Even
Death of a Friend.
The ffamblincr instinct anions' Tnili-
one ol the sixty thousand odd post nns seems rather to lie increase.! tlian
offices of the country. It is made es- ! otherwise by civilization.and more than
pecially for family reading. It gives ' ,,:U! Cherokee who drew at Tahlequah
tho entire news of the world each week. ",ct,ntly for himself, his wife and his
in uch condensed form as will savo - '"'''rcn quite a large sum of money in
,. , .... ! lull discharge of his personal interest
reading scores of pages of daily pai-eis i ln tlle tilt.rokce .strip carae near losi
to get. lnionnauon. liepuoiican in every dollar of it ln-fore
politics, teinjierance in principle, al
ways on the side of justice and right.
it is just the paper for the rising gen
eration, and a great educator for the
whole family. Serial stories, wit and
hunios, short stories. Household de
partment. (Question I'liivau Farm de
partment, (ramp Fire, Sunday Sehoo
and Voting Folks are a few of the
many other prominent features of this
great paper. A specimen eopy will lie
mailed five to any uddiv-. on app
ne piliiilMiel'S invite
t in' iii a long list of
dresses to whom they will mail sample
copies.. They would In' glad to mail a
couple of hundred siiecitnens io readers
of Ibis county. The Week!;. F.hide is
a very large, paper. a:y; :ht
only one dollar a year.
Address Till-: iil.ADK.
j home. One day when the distribution
j as exceptionally heavy two very spec
ulative recipients were standing to
: ;ethcr near the pnt ofliec. A boy was
seen coming along the street on a
. bucking puny. For so young a boy he
j held his seat well, but it secmeil e.x
, feeding probable to the onlookers that
before lie got the pony home he would
cither be. thrown or would have to get
olr. The two Indians discussed the
proposition with much excitement, and
tinallyoae man bet the other the en
tire government ): capita that the
iiov would be thrown before he got
The bet was accepted with vicious
eagerness, and as thev watched the
Noted I'lTiieli helm
oaibi.K'i! tlie viltuible ouali-
iies of ( otton ilool. Tansy and I'eiiia
royal and as a result the fatuous
Moii-a-mi Tabk tsare oli'ere-.il'ie huiies
of America. It. is the only remedy
which affords at the same ;in;e a safe,
sure and sticeuy relief to ladies for :
stippivssi i: and n f n I metistratioii
acting in from 4 to :tii hours. The;
Talili ts are csiK'cialiy recommended t
married ladies who desire a certain
antics of tho pony as i', whirled round,
bucked, sat down on it ; haunches, and
did cvervthinrr else that was ever
known to a trick horse, they almost
came to blows in ihe excitement of
their argument. Finally the horse,
despairing of any other means of get
ting rid of its rider, leaped in the air
arid fell on its side, knocking half the
life out of the boy. ami then rolling
completely over him. An altercation,
of course, followed as to which had
won the b The plucky boy hung on
to the horn of his saddle, although ap
parently fatally injured. lie neither
fell otf nor got ofF. butvas lifted off
the furious anitu tl by half a dozen men
who rushed quickly to the rescue. Ef
forts were made to quiet tho two In
dians, and the suggestion that the bet
! be declared off was frcelv made. As
' each man declined to pay tha other,
this was the final outcome of theaf-
iloing away with fair: but tlie wa-'erinir of such a com-
annoyance and fret. They a re a cer- parativcly large sum over such an in
lain preventive for ail monthly irivgu- i significant event shows that specula
lai iies. Thousands of French ladies ! t!on wiu always be more or less pop-
: tit,. rtft, 4V... .. . Tr. J4
Use 1h..m leirn -.el,- Tl,.... T; 1 .. . I . i jiiui.iii.-ji.
compounded by a Chemist thereby
speaking ot persistency, re-
The Voluines of the Ia::a:: beia witli the
lirst Number lor. lanuary ol eaeti ye.vr. When
notimeis mentioned, suiiscriptions will bejrin
with tile Nuinber current at the time of receipt
Cloth l.':ies for each volume, stiita'ole for
binding, will be sent by mail, postpaid, on re
ceipt ol $1 mi each. Til'le-pae and index sent
Kemittances Miouhl be made b I'nst-otlicre
Money rdcr or Kraft, to avoid chance of loss.
Newspapers are not to copy this advertise
ment without the express order of Harper A
Harper's Mapazine, one year, $ 4 00
Harper's Weekly, " 4 uo
Harper's liazar," " lim
Harper's Young People ' on
Postage Krec to all subscribers in the L'nited
States, Canada, and Mexico.
Address HAKPKR & IlKOTAKKs.
I. . Box !:!. X. Y. City.
G. W. TRAVIS.
THE : DENTIST.
Practices dentistry in all its
branches, liates reasonable. All
work done in the best manner and
irnaranteed. No extra charires
alterthework is completed.
REFERENCE: To the people whom I have
lived amonir and practiced forovertwentv-three
years, nfticeat the old stand in the frndupv
Cor. Main and jiroitdwav.
J. E. FilASKllll, Fie:. J3SEP3 SetfiLEB, Cassiir. I
W. B. KILLE3, iiK-Fres. Q, B, SEI3ERT. ns'i rii. I
Capital Stock, 850.000
A pei.i-ral br.akin 1 huMnrs? tr:ce
counts i;t fanners, merchants a;'d
Dir!ECTO"-Sr ' K. Kranklin,
T. 'litp.rd. K ' ieiiei!i:ili!l. W
C. KeTslner. I'et'T 1'ov.ell
toek deal. rs
T. .1 Itast,
Do Your Insurance Business
In u o:.ip.uiy w hose i-ccnrd ia tho past is i
ifanrantee for tiir fiitur.?. Insure in tho
11031:, OF SEW Y0K!i.
LEO DOYLE. Assent.
No ai North
st'.ring jK'rfcct vafety. Sold under a
written guarttnkv. .UM olTered for a j
single failure. Price reduced from ." (
to $2; sent postpaid (securely sealed) ;
to any address. Send 4 stamps for '
guide to women. j
The Moxami chkmical Co.. j
Albion. Indiana, j
Sold by Druggists. j
marked" the bill-poster, thoughtfully,
"ray trade is certainly one ia which a
dan will never make a cent except by
sticking at it." Buffalo Courier.
Not Bullet-Proof. Cohenstein (to
officer. who is about to fire at fleeinjy
clothing thief) "Shoot 'im in der
bants! SlinM "ira in der bants! Dei
toat u"-l v..j.i iah inei-!" I'uck.
i! J ijlj
TP Ajtid;ii I':-
And is now i::s:,i i ; I : tiiat. c::n : . b
excelled by any mill in he country. A trial
of the Culler IVoecss H.utr will canvincc 0J
Jud)re of (iood Hour 'hit i; ia f iipcrior to any
GIVE ST A
F. ;V. POTT.
The Simpletons, a new novel by Thonus
Hardy, will be begun in the December Num
ber, 1S:H, and continued to November, I sit".
Whoever may be oue'a favorite among Knjrlish
novelists, it will be concedeil bj all critic that
Thomas Hardy stands foremost as a master ar
tist in fiction, and Tiik SixruToNs may be ex
pected to arouse enthusiasm not iufcaior In de
cree to that which has marked Twiiv the most
successful story of the year Another leading
feature will be tne 1'eusonai. Uei ollkitions
ofJoasokAkc by the Sieur Iuis UeConte,
Her 1'age and Secretary, under which KUi-e the
most impular of living American magazine
writers will present the storv of the Maid ol
Orleans. In the January -Number will appear
a profusely illustrated paper on ( uakliton
and the CakoLin as, the lirst of a series or
Southern Papers. ""
Northern Africa is attracting more attention
than at any other time since it was the seat of
empires. The next volume of Uaiu-kk's
Maoazine will contain four illustrated articles
on this region, and three of them will depict
the present lile there Julian lialph will pre
pare for the Ma:.zin; a series of eight stories,
depicting typical phases of Cuinesk Lifk and
Mannkus. Besides the loug stories, therewill
begiu in the .lanuary Nnmberthc first chanters
of A Tiirkb-Kaist N'ovkletb, by i ichard I lard
ing Davis the longest work yet attempted by
this writer. Complete short stories by popular
writers will continue to be a feature of the
Sb.VD FOB ILLI'STKATEH PBOSPECTrS.
The Volumes of the M agazine begi'j with the
Numliers lor .Jnne and liecember of each year.
When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will
begin with Ihe Number current at the time of
receipt of or ler Cloth cases, for binding, :0
cents each by mail, postpaid. Title-page and
Index sent on application .
Remittances should be inalc by 1'obt-oiLce
Money Order or Drait, to avoid chance of loss .
Newspapers are not to copy this advertise
ment without the express order of Harper &
Harper's Magazine, one vear, $ 4 no
Harper's Weekly, ' 4 (
Harper's Itazar." " 4 on
Harper's Young People -00
Postage Pree to all subscribers in the United
states, Canada, and Mexico.
Address HARI'KR A P.UOTHtR.,
P. O. IloxftW. X. Y. City
FAEM FOE SALE.
I oiler mv farm containing eightv acres for
sale. The farm is located in the city limits of
t ape Girardeau anil is in a high state of cultiva
tion, (iood dwelling hon?e and onthouscs on
the premises. Good Well and spring water
Good orchard of apples and peaches. Perfect
tittle given For price and terms call on or
address .MICIIAI-.L scilhlttlt.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Board of Equalization Proceedings.
List of Lands and Town Lots in the County of Cape Girardeau, Missouri,
upon which the Assessor's valuation has been raised by the County Board
of Equalization for the year 1895. - -M'
To Whom Assessed.
2j Description of Real Estate! ?! Sj , RAISED.
?.'prta ne wA.f w . ft S
x jTown Lots. "j '
Geo Veters heirs. .
Wm. J. Alt
Wm. J. Alt
Wm. J. Alt
Wm. J. Alt
Wm. J. Alt
Wm. J. Alt
Charles S parfield . . .
J. W. Strong.
G. W. Hitt
B. L. McCullough..
J. A. McCullough...
Robert J. Jackson..
Robert W. Searcy..
Win M Lester
Geo II Kellv
I ."IN A I. Sil
- given to a)
TTLEMENT -Notice is hereby
all cnilitors ami others interested
in the estate of Kli Ervin. deceasetl, that the
uudersigiied administrator of said estate intends
to make final settlement thereof at the next
lerm ot the Cane Girardeau Court of Common
Pleas, of Cape Giranleau countv. Missouri, to
iteieni intnecitv ot cane Girardeau on -Mon.
day. May JTth. I sic.
( UAKI.KS A. JU IHOAI.D.
IJftwrfi! St, Chrlt's Hotel ainl Court Honsc.
pll Kir?s of Uorrj Ql?eap,
Victun-s cnjiiii al onlargrd Irom any kind
Pnoffi e-tiown and ;ierfct
Diss Qr;n5tir;e Ur;esier,
Stenograph and Tijpcwriter
Prepared to do work on short notice. South
S:-:inis!i street. oct'J-!H
THE MILD POWER CUKES.
carefully prepared Kcmedles, used for years in
private practice and for over thirty years hy the
people with entire success. Every single Specine
a special cure for the disease named.
Tney cure without drugging, purging or reducing
thesystm,and are in fact and deed the sovereign
Ileniedlea of the World.
LOT OT XCMEM.
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .23
i Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.
3 Teething; Colic, Crying. Wakefulness .23
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults .25
5 Oyenterv,Griplng, Billons Colic... .25
6 Cholera Morbus, Vomiting 25
7 Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis. .25
8 Nearalgla, Toothache, faceacbe.... .25
ft Headaches, Sick Headache. Vertigo. .25
10 Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation .25
11 oppressed or Painful Periods. .25
12 Whites, Too Profuie Periods 25
13 Croup, Lnryngltis, Boarseness 25
14 Walt Khenm, Erysipelas, Eruptions. .25
15 Rheamatism. or Rheumatic Pains. . .25
16 .Malaria, Chills. Fever and Ague.... .25
17 Piles,Blind or Bleeding 25
IS Ophthalmy, Sore or Weak Eyes. .25
1 A Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Bead .25
20 Whooping Cough .25
21 Asthma, Oppressed Breathing 23
22 Ear Discharges, Impaired Hearing .25
23 Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, Swelling .25
24 4eneral Debility. Physical Weakness .25
25 Dropsy, and Scanty Secretions .25
26 Sen-Sicknesn, Sickness from Biding .25
27 Kldney Diseases 25
29 Sore Month, or Canker .25
30 I'rinnry Weakness, WettlngBed.. .25
ai-Poinlul Periods 25
34 Diplitherin, ricemted SoreThroat.. .25
35 ChruuicCougetionH& hniptions. .25
2S Xervnni Debility, Scr..it'.-.t Wcak-
lii.-'". or Involunuiry I'lM lityi- 1.06
H2 THenejiol ihelleart.l'alpitatlon I, Oil
:t:t-I-:pilejM.-. spasms, St. Vitus' iiauce... 1.00
II II M Williams...
C'racraft & McBride
Winkler & Lupkes..
G F Siemers
C C Clippard
Ceo W Miller
R W Davis
Christian Schacfer. .
John II Miller
Wm W Coiner
John II Miller
Henry (J Schreinor..
.1 R Evans
.1 R Evans
Jeff M Penny
Henry Bruihl Sr
II IS Ktitrel-
JOO OOin w i a e i & loes 2 n e i 1 3i29
J3t);,3e isei&Mswi&lot 1&
I eilot2n wi&w lot 3
I i n e i 3 29
28O0Onwl&n4neis winel..!10 29
SOOtKin wi&ninei&njs w i
& se i se i !1729
5i0 OO.g l&nwi&sinei 23 29
560 00's i&nei&e n w i 2629
44000;w i & n w I n e i & s i b e i..32
I ! & e 1 lot 1 & w i lot 2 n w i
36 07 w i lot 3 n w J
200;00 w isoi&eineiswi&n
130.05 s isiseinwi&niswis
j wis wi
8000 w I n w J
230:00'pt survey 2240
TlJ'iOpt survey 2256
"1'50 pt survey 22Tiri
200;80 n i lot 2 n e I & lot 3 n e i &
j I w i lot 3 n w i
143;00 n e pt survey 2267
7 10 n pt survey "2267
9000 pt survey 2271
220;00pt survey 2271
4 .w.w i lot 1 n w i & s w lot 2
I ! n w & pt n wi s e
16387 pt lot 32 survey 2196
6000pt lot 32 survey 21!Mi
120 00 s e iswi&wisei
20 00 pt w i lot 6 n e i
270 32!pt w i s w i a n e i s w i & lot
I & 2 n w i .
202 74'n w i n e i & lots 1 & 2 n w i'3l'""9
James W Smith.
Hen H Adams . . .
D M Scivally...
L R Johnson
El izalx'th Schwab ... 1 1 10,
Jus E Reybourn.
J C Randol
F A Lorberr
J F MeLain
J F McLain
J F McLsin
Henrv Schaefer Est.
Henry Schaefer Est
Wm ii Schaefer
Mary C Williams...
J R Hoffmann
Julia C McGuire
Julia C McGuiiv
("has L Hunze Est...j
( 'has E Rodney
lot 3 in town of solado '0
41 i7.Vnt survey 216 3112
lNweis win wi !29-0;l:
104!00,pt survey 247
134 ."6;pt survey 223
itown of (loruonville lots 2 &d
town of Gordonville lots 2 &4
' 1, 2, 3. 4. a, 6, 7& 81
;1 w i lot I n tv i & mid pt n w i
! swi :
148 00 pt s w i s w & pt s e i s w i &
I I pt n w i n w i & pt n 4 s w i
20200 pt survey 223
66 13it survey 791
112'56'w i lots 4 & ,". n w i & e pt w i
i lot 6 n e i
160 (M!e i n e i & s w i n e i & n e i
J j swi i
io'OO pt n e i s e i & pt n w i s w i
1 19100, w i n w i & pt n e i s w i
80j00!n e i n w i t n w i s w i
40 H;s e i n e i
.! 8ii,(K) pt survey 2297
.!l2.18iw i lot 2 s w i & s ptlot2 nwi
. utniM .pt s fractional i. .
31X150 Pte i
170i50.pt lots 1 & 2 s w i &s w i swi
91ji.i'p pt n o i s w i & n w i n e &
j pt s e i s e i & e pt s e i s
I ! Wi
120tH) pt survey 2279
l ape liir city
Cane Gir city 40. 41 & 42. . .
IXH'ane Gir city48
90'Cape Gir city se cor out lot28!
ou; pt surqey 1 14
00 pt survey 175
(M)'s o pt 192
00's e frl i
0.pt survey 1S9
00 pt survey 240
;00:pt survey 782
.. "120 0 pt survey 2250
..;320:00pt survey 2277
. .! 9735:s i s e i & n w i s e i
.J SO (We i
. .! 30(K) pt survey 2192
..! 80j00is o i s e i & s w i s e i ....
..; :W)(W pt s e i s e i
. .; i town of Appleton 15
town of Appleton 8 & 9
10,00; w pt e i lot 6 n ei Appleton
690 - -975
. 240,00 n w i & n w i n e i..
City of Jackson, e Dt 129
City of Jackson, e pt 51
City of Jackson 33,
City of Jackson 12;
City of Jackson Schmuke add 40,
City of Jackson Schmuke add 43:
24 00 pt out lot 62 svrvev 2199 I
li37:Sturdivant nub-survey 2199... ;46i
L F Klostermann . . . 340j00 pt survey 22(6 ;291 1
And notice is hereby given that the Board of Equalization will meet at
the Court House in the city of Jackson on the fourth Monday in April, 1895,
beino; the 22nd day of said month, for the purpose of hearing and determin
ing all apxals. WILLIAM PAAR.
Clerk County Court and Secretary of the Board.
' r nt post-paid on Tecrlpt of prtct
VI AL ' M pZt, ' MAILKO VIU,
WITCH HAZEL OIL
"TME PILE OINTMENT."
For Pftcs External or Internal. Dllnd ornieodlre;
Fistula In Ann: ltelilncor Illeeiltn or the ltoctuiu.
The relief Is immediate tlie eur; certain.
FEICE, 50 OTS. TETAL SIZE. 23 CTS.
Sold by IJrcffljts, or sect pewt-ruj m rvc;ji,t or price.
Kvsriiutis' xno.ro.. 1 ; i 1 13 wim st., new toek
Cape O-IrsLXd.ea.10., 2xEo.
EWERS OP STANDARD LAGER BEER
re--til!s in HO i!:it. It 3
1 i.: 'i"u. ';1 i in rti wliM all nlh'-r tn.il
-i: u . r. L'.an l!ie:r last luanhojd.aad old
;..':'' " :;--ir youtMul ico- hr n:-iEr
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-r. ' .. l;'-ubii ? cr ozcrse and ind:s.ret:on.
':i'i:,f.a.'l. r s' iniy. bnsiceiis orlnarriace. It
10' r-,:r--; tvr :.tart:nir at tho peat ol disease, but
is r- nrrvr tnuic and hlood lmilder, bricjr
i ' - "is n:nk slnrr to rale rheebiiatidr
i-u ;?ic ih.. lire of yonth. It trardu off Inunitj
end t oa ,ucip!i.i. icBist on caring RE VIVO, no
0. 'u .-. It eati lie carried tn rest porkut. liy rna:l
SS.OTp.-r paefcaa. or six for SS.OO, with a poul
tivc trritfen (ronmntee to cure or reland
the money. Cirrniarfree. Address
R?VAL K0!CINE CO.. 63 River St. CHICAGO. lU-
1. Ben. Miller, Drurp;ist. Cape Girar
A. RUEDIGEU. Pre.
1". V. l'EUERRACII EK. Vice
E. II. EX(iELMANV, Scc'y.
CIIKIS IIIKSCII. Trcas.
Pres. F. W. FEUEKI5AHEU.
A. J. LANG.
HENRY IIUIIN, Proprietor.
No. 20 Main St., CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
The very host accommodations. (.iood Sample Rooms on First Floor.
Porter always on hand at the arrival of Trains and Iionts. Old
Oscar Pepper Whisky a specially.
LTJISTOS: EVERY nyCOIl-THNTG--
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
91 R, it. IIIRSCIIBF.R6,
iSn The well-known ETe Expert of 30 E 14 Street. New York.
V 1 , . 11 : . I , .. ifn hu .tinAlntiul Wm tf
toerrer his agent for Iiis celebrated Non-Changeable Spec
tacles and Eve-Glasses These Glasses are the irreatest in
vention ever made in sneetacle. and eTery pair purchased are
guaranteed, o that at any time a change i necefnary (no
matter how scratched the lenses), they will furnish the party
with a new pair of Glasses, free of charge.
Wm. H. Coerver has a lnll assortment, and InTites alj who
wish to satisfy themselves of the gTeat snperiorty of these
glasses over any and all others now in use, to call and es
amine them at WM. H. COEKVEK'8
Sole Agent for Cape Girardeau, Ho.
loae Sesame aaleao lanaaea Ckanceab .
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