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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
Be Democrat Printing Go.
114. THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau,
Mo., as secoud-claBs matter.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2., 189i.
So far there aro about four candi
dates out far each of the county offi
ces in this county.
They have several cases of small
pox at Bird's Point, and Cairo has
quarantined against this side of the
Cleveland's rowl at the British
lion is a bid for a third terra, but
this time the Republicans will furnish
We have no time to waste oi. that
cranky cock-eyed Irishman who has
been trying for months to ret us to
The Sheriff of Wayuo county has
control of the Greenville Journal. lie
has about twelve columns of tax sales
running in that paper.
There are two Democrats after the
Jackson post oflico Joe Schmucke
and Dr. Miller and the prospects for
a lively tight aro good.
Dr. S. S. Harris will probaly be
the Democratic candidate for the Leg
islature. Dr. Harris is a well known
man and he will pole the full strength
of his party vote.
Judge Riley is tryiug the Wear
case at Poplar BlulT this week. The
young man who is charged with mur
der will surely have an impartial trial
at the hands of Judge Riioy.
The war cloud is hovering over us
and the indications are that the boys
in blue will be called out to march
to the front. If called upon
Cape Girardeau county will furnish
her share of braves.
The St. Mary's Progress has sus
pended publication for the want of
patronage enough fo pay oxjwnses.
There are still two papers in I'erry
county and. they can supply .all the
Young Wear has i.-on taken back
to St. Louis whore his habeas corpus
case will be heard in the Court of Ap
peals. His lawyers aro making a des
perate effort to linv him released
The Billings Bee is booming WtL
ster Davis, Mayor of Kansas City, for
Governor. Mr. Davis is a man of
brains and ho is well known to the
people of Missouri, having traveled
ver the State with Major Warner
when he made the race for Governor.
The Republican National Convention
which will be held in St. Louis on the
ltfth of June will probably be hold in
a $30,000 wigwam. The committee
that is arranging for the convention
has employed an architect to get up
the plans for the wigwam.
The Missouri Pacific Railroad is de
clining to issue transportation to
newspapers that have ever said any
thing uucomplinicntary of the manage
ment of that road. Tar I iKMtX'KAT is
.olio of the papers that is blacklisted.
The Duestrow trial at Union, Mis
souri, is attracting the attention of
medical men and lawyers all over the
country. Duestrow's lawyers aro
making a desperate effort to savs the
nock of their client by trying to make
the jury believe he is insane.
Joseph Albus, city treasurer of St.
Joseph, is a Republican candidate for
State Treasurer. Mr. Albus has held
many offices of trust. Ho has twice
been elected city troasurjr of St. Jo
seph and he is a polished gentleman
who is well qualified for the office l.e
If Uncle Sam and John Bull lock
horns the young generation will learn
what the old veterans arj drawing
ensious for. The money they ait re
ceiving was . earned on the field of
battlo and tha young generation may
have to earn some money the same
Candidates for oflico in this county
are rushing to the front. So far there
are about four candidates announced
for each and every office. It isgener
ally understood that it is the early
bird that catches the worm but where
there aw so many birds tho worms
will not hold out.
There are too many men in this
county wanting' office. There are not
offices enough to go round and
somebody must have modesty enough
to stand back. It won't do for every
body to want to run for office. Officers
have to ba paid and there must be
people left out of office to do the paying.
Cape Girardeau city is entitled to
the next representative in the Legis
lature and we have our eye on the
man who is entitled to the office.
The Sheriff of New Madrid county
is in St. Louis taking in the town.
Robert is well known in St. Louis and
while in the city he is one of the
Hubble township will ask for four
or live county ofiiees this year. Thai
is asking too much. Other townships
will want something.
John A. Snider will have an oppo
nent this year forthe Republican nom
ination. II. M. Sawyer, we are in
formed will be a candidate for Prose
Mayor Walbridge of St. Louis is a
candidate for Governor. Mr. Wal
bridjro is a popular man and he will
go into the Republican convention
with a strong backing.
Gov. Stone and ex-Gov. Francis
will attend the Democratic National
Convention with daggers up their
sleeves. Stone will lead the Free Sil
ver mob and Francis command the
Sound Monev crowd.
The case of Charles A. Wear is one
of the most complicated murder cases
in the history of the country. Judge
Wear is an able lawyer and he is a
man who will take every advantage of
the tricks in law to save his son.
Jeff Storts who was recently con
victed in the St Louis Criminal Court
of robbing a man of five hundered
dollars and sentenced two years in the
penitentiary took an appeal to the
Supreme Court and is now out on
The Ironton Register is the leading
free silver paper in this section of the
State Br. Ake is a hard hitter and
he is always swinging his club at ex
Gov. Francis and the editorial staff
of the St. Louis 'Republic.
Judge Miller is a candidate for the
Legislature in Bollinger county.
Judge Miller is a Republican every
inch of him. He is a popular man and
the Republicans of old Bollinger can
do no licttor than to give him the
nomination and then elect him.
A few years ago the Republicans
had a hard timu to tind men who would
accept a nomination for a State office.
Not s now. Nea.'lv overy county in
the State now has a Republican -candidate
for some State office. The re
sult of the last, election brought about
Mosus Why bark will not lie a can
didate for Congress this year. Mr
Whybark missed the opportunity of
his life when he declined the Republi
can nomination at the last election
and that has retired him for a while,
Hon. Marshall Arnold, we are in
formed, will be a candidate for Cong
ress again. Mr. Arnold is too good
for the party to which he lielongs.
He is a Democrat of course, but lie is
not a cuckoo. He has ideas of his
own and his ideas are for a purer,
cleaner party than the p esent Demo
There ought to be a speedy way to
to reach and oust a blackguard who
besmirches the judicial bench in tha
manner practiced by Judgw David
Murphy of St. Louis. His foul tongue
ran rot last Friday afternoon against
a private citizen who was in his court
room while the judicial tough had
around him an armed body of deputy
sheriffs tn shoot the object of the
judge's wrath. No more infamous act
has ever come from tho bench in Mis
souri. Springfield Leader- Democrat.
St. Louts. Cape tilrardeau A' Fort
smith Kail way Louis llouck
Cape Gikakdeac, Mo., Jan. io.lNlMi.
Notice is hereby given that at tho
January term. l!Mi, of the Circuit Court
of Caie Girardeau county. State of
Missouri, said court made an order
in the case of Leo Doyle, Trustee,
Piaintiff, vs. the St Louis. Cape Gir
rarueau & Ft. Smith Railway Com
pany, the Mercantile Trust Company
and Edward Hidden, Trustee. Defend
ants, that all claims including de
tached coupons against said St.
Louis, Cape Girardeau & Ft. Smith
Railway Company, shall lx? presented
to said coi'rt for proof, adjustment
and adjudication on or before the l."!h
day of June. lXW. and if not presented
and filed on or before said date to be
fore.-er barred, and of which all par
ties having claims against said com
pany as afoaesaid will please take
Louis Hoi ck. Receiver
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a meetinr of the stockholders
of the Cape Girardeau & Scott County
McAdamized and (J ravel Road Com
pany on January 2oth, 18110, for the
purpose of electing a President and
Board of Directors for said company.
R. G. Raxxey. Sec."
List of Executors, Administrators, Guardians and Curators who are re
quired by the law to exhibit their accounts for settlement on the day and date
below named, at the February Term, 1896, of said court, to be begun and
held at the court house in the city of Jackson, Cape Girardeau county, Mis
souri, commencing on Monday, February 10th, 1896,
Monday, First Day February 10th, 1896.
ADM. OR GDN.
Adams John M
Allen Thomas A
Amelunke Henry M
Bennett James E Jr
Cobble, George W
Cobble George W
Tuesday, Second Day
Devore I;vi J Admr
Denuke Frederick t;dn
Dauiue ("has F W Gdn
Kggimann Jacob Gdn
Ford Albert C Admr
Hart Belle Aduix
Hatcher Julia A Gdn
llinklo Jacob L Admr
Uitt William L Gdn
Ilorrcll John A G In
Hatcher James D Gdn
Wednesday, Third Day
Hinkle Peter M
Hope Edgar L
Hoe Oliver H
Howard & Horrell
Hinton Henry C
Klaproth William F
Linibaugh Jefferson W
Thursday, Fourth Day
Miller, James H
Meyev F B
Mogler Eva R
Macke Charles H
Miller William H
Reed Milton H
Roberts William J
Sander John H
Friday, Fifth Day
Schaefer William B
Schlueter Andrew A
Saibert David B
Sawyer Robert M
Seabaugh F M
Sander William G
StevMSOti A K
Torrem-e L N
Talley Charles L
Thompson Joseph M
Saturday. Sixth Day
Weltccke F H
Will Columbus A
Wilson R P
Williams H R
Wile" Eliza I '
Webb Itelieeca A
Whitelaw Robt H
Whereas. Henry F. Schlueter and j
Elise Schlueter, husband and wie, of
thf, ffttintt? rj rm niiMirdi.n il kfid
State of Missouri, bv their certain i
deed of trust dated tbe third day of
September, IWl. and recorded in tle
Uecorder s oroee of ape Uiraniean
county. Missouri, in book Q of Tmstejand assess the cost of same upon all
and Mortgages, at page eighty-five j
(8.i.) conveyed to tbe undersigned
Trustee, the following described real j
estate situated in the county of Capn
Girardeau. State of Missouri, to-wit:
One hundred ami tilty-tdght iwl !
forly-six 'one-hundredths ( 1.V 4K-JW) .
acres, being fractional part of see- '.
tion number twenty-four ( 24 ) in town-1
ship number thirty (30), range eleven j
(11 ) containing thirty-two and fifty-.
six one-hundredth (325i-llH) acre. !
and the southeast part of United
States survey niunber eight hundred ;
and seventeen (HIT) intownship nam-.
ber thirty i.Mi). ranges eleven (II) and
twelve ( I-) east, containing one hand
red and twenty-five and ninety ie
hundredth (li" !NMno acres, in tho
aggregate one hundred and fifty-vegot
and forty-six one-hunrir-th ( 1"-S4i-1(M)
acres, and being part of same land
acquired bv said Henrv F. Schlueter
by warranty deed of .totl Kenfroe
and wife, of record in the Recorder's
office of said county in hook fourteen
(14). page four hundred and seventy-
nine (4T:i: which said conveyance was
made to secure the payment of a cer-
tain promissory note in said deed' de-
scribed: and whereas defaulthas b.-en
made in the payment of the principal
and interest of said note, and
hereas. the saui Henry t. M-hlue-
ter is now dead more than nine months:
now therefore, at the request of the
legal holder of said note, and in pur
suance of the provisions of said d:vd
of trust, I will on,
Saturday. February Twenty.
Ninth. A. D.. is;;.
between the hours of nino o'clock
in the forenoon and live o'clock
in the afternoon of that dav.
at the south uoor of the ourt I
tiouse in tne city oi jacicson. t ape
Girardeau count v. Missouri, sell at
public vendue, to the highest bidder. ;
for cash, the above descrilied real es- i
tate for the purpose of satisfying said i
Ballard's Snow I.lnement.
if you have a terrible pain in the
small of the back, get a bottle of
Snow Linement. It will positively
cure it and at once. Try it and rec
omend it to your friends. Sold r.t
Wilson's drug store.
ESTATE OK WARD.
Robert L Stevenson, insane
William J Stinkard, estate
William M Slinkard, minor
Otto H Amelunke, minor
John Hitt, estate
Martha A elker. estate
John H Welker, minor
George W Crader heirs
!am W Cotaer. minor
Joseph M Cobble, estate
February 11th, 1896.
I William Devore. estate
tiunui Klingebiel, minor
his own children
j Edward F Eggimann. minor
li H Chapman, estate
William K Hart, estate
Vra N Hatcher, heirs
Hart & Hinkle. partnership
Annie E Hitt. minor
if! W Howard, heirs
Emily C Campbell, minor
IW W Adams, heirs
February 12th, 19(5.
George and Annie Jenkins, m
Howard Stewart heirs
Hope & Bro., partnership
John E Brown, minor
David E Hope, estate
II W Howard, estate
F X Steckier. estate
Benjamin F Moore, estate
Reinhoid Ruebel, minor
Mary K Kohlfeld. estate
Edna C Summer, minor
Frederick Beuckemann, estate
Cora Beuckemann, minor
Leopold Lichtnegger, estate
Ieopold Ettlinger, minor
Frank Leimer, estate
February 13th, 18.
his own children
John Layton heirs
tlenrv anu unnu .Maevers, minors
William T Ruff heirs
Lulu C Moll, minor
John G Mogler, estate
his own children
James W Cannon, estate
Jacob Thomas, minor
Isaac N Query, estate
Jefferson C D"avis, minor
Leopold Ettlinger, estate
Lulu Grfiith. minor
Lydia & E Bohnsack, minors
February 14th, l!Xi.
J as C Cotner heirs
C P Fulenwider heirs
Eliz Engelhardt heirs
Herman Sander, estate
.William ii Colyer, estate
William il Colyer heirs
Herman Lange. miuor
Henry and August Gross, liriaors
Bertha Sebastian, minor
Clark II and Harlan CReid. minors
Charles E Hopo. minor
Delia and Jessie turner, minors
James N Thompson, estate
February 15th, lS'tti.
Phillip HolTmeister heirs
Mary Mean, estate
C W Bean, estate
Augast Wessell, insane
Wm A Miller heirs
Win W Hohbs. minor
il B Williams, minor
Martha E Shorter, minor
William W Webb heirs
I os M Hamilton, estate
Judge of Probate.
To Whom It Hay Concern.
KiSOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
Resolved, That in tho opinion of this
Council it is necessary to have certain
streets in the city sprinkled and clean
ed daring certain months of the year
real estate abutting on said streets or
Therefore the City Clerk, is hereby
instructed to publish this resolution,
as provided fy the State law, (see
"laws" ordinances book, page 44,
section 94 1 fc the sprinkling and
cleaning of the following streets:
Broadway street from Pacific to
Water street; Water street from
Broadway to Themis'. Themis street
from Water to C'otitt Hon! Square;
Main street frvm. Broadway south;
Independenco treet from. Main to
Spanish: Spanish street from Broad-
:way to Morgan. UaK.
I'ruvuieu. however, tnat the prop
erty owners shall be allowed thirty
days in winch t lllo remonstrance m
: stead of ten days as provided by law.
e. f. bl051e.yrk,
IL G. Dkmpsey.
Cajie Girardean. Mo.. Jan. 20, lS'.Hi.
State Of MJSSOUKL t
frry OF CAPE GlUARDEAC. S 99
1. Geo. E. Chappell, City Clerk of
tBe cllv t,f-Cape Girardtuu. certiiy
that the above and foregoing is a true
0Opv of a resolution, presented, read
and adopted at a meeting of the City
Council of said citv. held on Monday
evening. January IS'th. WKi, and made
a j,art f the record of the proceedings
0f .-aid meetim '
of aid meetinji.
-ane Girariicau. -;o.
Jan. 21, 1:H.
jan. 21. n VM
Notice is hereby given that I. the
undersigned assignee of T.
.1. and E.
j L. Juden do appoint the .'Wth day
January l), as .Ho time and the
ollice of Chas. Minton in the Stardi-
vant Banlc building as the place where
i I will, between tbe time of it a. ni. and
p. m., on above named day andthe
two succeeding days be in attendance
i to receive, adjust and allow claims
j of the creditors of T. J. and E. L.
! Juden against the trust fund aris
ing from the sale and disposal of the
goods assigned me for the benefit of
the creditors of T. J. and E. L. Juden
Caps GiMean Conrt of Common Pleas
Which meets on tbe fourthlMonday in January
1996, at tbe conrt boose in tbe Citv of
Cape Girardeau, Missouri. By the rules of
earn won, jaocaay, toe nrst aay or tbe term
is set apart to bear and pass on Probate matters
at whicb time and place executors, adminis
trators and curators named herein are required
to present all settlements and other matter re
quires ujr iaw to oe passea on oy tne court.
Fred Bert I in
L F Kioetemianu
D A Glenn
II A Astholz
W H Brown
W H Huters
R T Gibonev
W J Hitt
A H Schlueter
D C Masters
W C Bergmann
Henrv C Bartles.
Chas C Mitchim
II and B G Rolwing
Henrv Mevstedt. Jr
It T Giboney
Paul H Weissinger
Allen, Charles Sr
Boure, Thomas Jr
Brown. John H
Kennemore, Mary A
Hitt, A.1 audSJ
Ke&terson, F and S
Mcl.amee, Sarah A
Stoflregen, It Ted
Zander, M and .1 II
Walker. Christ II
Attest: E. II.
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate
Bv virtue of an order of the Probate
Court, held in and for the county o
! Cans Girardeau and State of Missouri,
niaile at tne August lerm, iwo, oi saiu
court and renewed at its November
Terra. 18!)5. thereof, in the matter of
the estate of Henry and Augusta
Gross, minors. I, the undersigned
testamentary Guardian of said minors
will, pursuant to said order, on
Tuesday, the Eleventh Day of
February xext, A. D., 18.x.
At the south door of tho court house
in the city of Jackson, in said county,
and during the session of said Pro
bate Court, between the hours of 10
o'clock in the forenoon, and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon of said day, expose
at public vendue or outcry, to the
highest and Ixtst bidder, on tiso fol
lowing terms, to-wit: Iwentv-nve per
cent of the purchase money to be paid
cash down on day of sale, and the re'
mainder on a credit of twelve months,
the purchaser or purchasers thereof to
give bond with approved security for
the residue, all the right, title, clat:n
and interest which said minors have
in and to the following described real
estate, situated in the County of Cajie
Girardeau and state of Missouri, to-
The undivided one-third interest in
lot number two (2), block number (1)
of Clans Kerstner's addition to the
town of Gordonville. Said lot ha ving
a front of seventy (70) feet by two
hundred and ten (-10) leet deep, and
containing one-third of an acre.
WILLIAM G. SANDER,
TestauM'iitarv Guardian of the estates
of Henry and Augusta t'iij. minors
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration upon the estate of
Christian Ritgeroit. deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned by
the Capo Girardeau Court of Common
t leas of l aiie Girardeau county
bearing date the (ith dar of January,
li!K. AH persons having claims
against said estate are required to ex
hibit them to the undersigned toral
lowance, within one year from the
date of said letters or they may be
precluded Srom anv benefit of such
estate: and if said claims be not ex
uibited within two years from the date
of the publication of this notice, they
will be forever barred.
DMINISTRATBIX' NOTICE. Notiee is
hereby KiTen that letters oradmimstratxti
naon the estate ef George Li mi , deceased, have
been granted to the nudersiirned by tne Cm
Girardeau Court ol Common Pleas, of Cape Mr
ardeau County. Missouri, bearing date the M
day of December, lSHft.
AH persons hatting claims against said estate
air xvqmreu 10 exmmt winu w tier lor aiivw
anee, within one year from the date ol said
letters, or they may be precluded from any
benelit of such estate: and if said claims be not
exhibited within two Tears from the date of the
pnMication ofthia notiee, they will be fonwer
FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice Is hereby
eiTen to all creditors and others interested
in the estate of Mary A . fenmmore that the- un
dersigned administrator or said estate intends
to make nnal settlement tnereor at tne next
term or the Cane Girardeau Court of Common
Pitas or Cape Gibanteau county. Missoari, ta
beheld at the caurt hoase in the city of Cape
Girardeau. Mo r oo Monday, Jannarr 87th,
IS!i. SAMUEL HITT.
pXECUTORS NOTICE. Notice is hereby
riven that fetters testamentary anon the
estate ol Sebastian Albert, deceased, have been
granted to the uiiuersienen Dy tne cape Girar
deau Court or L'oanumi Pleas, or Cape. Girar
deau County. Missouri, bearing data the 3rd
day r Deccmbea l9.v
All persona having claims against said etate
an required texblhit tliem to them for allow
ance, within one year from the date of said
letters, or the may be precluded from any
baneflt or such, estate: and if said claims be not
exhibited wilfnu two years rrom tne nace ol tne
pablicatmn utsif nonce, tney win no mreyer
HOSA L. AIJCKRT
WALTER . ALBERT.
FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby
given to all creditors and others interested
in the estate of Charles L. Ilunze, deceased.
the undersigned administratrix of said
etglllbe IHifiMn iv make una, nrti,-n,-,t iiirmfi
i . i . 1 .1 . I .W I
at I lie lie . wrm ui bite vui m . ico u ,.,,un
of Common Pleas of Cape Girardeau county
MieMnri, to be held at the court house in the
city or Case Girardeau, Mo . on Monday,
January e. Is;. WILHELMISE HUSZK.
I,-INAL SETTLEMENT Xotice is hereby
. given to all creditors audothera interested
in the estate of John H. lirown thnt the under
signed exeentornt said estate intends to make
Unll settlement theieol at '.be next term ol the
Caie Girardeau Court or Common Pleas or Caje
Girardeaa county. MUsoari, to beheld at the
court lionoe in the city or Cat e Girardeau, Mo.,
on Monti jt, Jauiiarv -.nth. 11;.
"WILLIAM II. BROWN,
dacn." r xccutor.
ADMIN ISTR VTOR'S NOTU E. Notice is
hereby given that I, the undersigned Public
Administrator or Cspe Girardeau county. Slit
sourt, have on the ltth day or December,
taken charge of the estate of Ir. C. H. Roberts,
with the will annexed, for the pnrpose of rd
ministering on same in the Probate Court of
said county, at Jackson, Mo.
Ail persons having claims against said estate
are required to exhibit them to him for allow
ance, within one year from the date o( said
letters, or they may be preluded from any
benelit or such estate; and if said rlaima be not
exhibited within two years from the date of the
publication of this notice, they will be forever
barred. HENRV vv. HA 113,
jan4u35 Public Administrator.
-mVAT. SETTT.F.M'EJiT. Notice la
a- given to all creditors and others interested
in the estate of Sarah A. McLamce, that tbft
undersigned administrator of said estate in
tends to make final settlement thereof at the
next term of the Cape Girardeaa Court of Cara
mon Pleas of Cape Girardeau county, Missouri,
to be held at the court bouse in the city of Cape
Girardeau, Mo., on Monday, January 87th,
ii. samuel arrr,
Gape Girardeau. - Mo.
Incidental Fee only $3.00 per Terra.
Board only $2.f0 to $3.00 per week.
For Catalogue, address,
W D VANDIVER. P.
C. LINDEMANN & SON.
OF ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine, poplar, cypress, oak,
gum, walnut, ash and cheery. Also flooring
and ceiling all grades, tinishing lumber,
laths, shingles, moulaings. window and door
caseing. Window and door frames, all sixes
made to order on short notice. Delivery any
where inside of city limits.
Spanish St.. Cape Girardeau. Mo.
All diseases treated, best of trained
nurses in attendance. Address,
M. A. VOBB5CK, MT. D.
No. 1315 Old Manchester Road.
St. Louis, MO.
Between St, Charles Motel and Court House.
Ill Kinds of UorK $l?eap,
Pictures copied and enlarged from any kind
of pictures. Proofs shown and perfect nicturr
n COLLAF ;S. 5
And all other kind or collar , harness, ta
pies and bridles. All work ft r guarantee
Alsodealerin BUGGIES, CARTS, Road wag
ons and all kind of vehicles.
Cor. Broadway and Spi g Sts.
John P. Williams,
Livery and Feed Stable
City Buss Line.
to and from all trains.
U. S. Mail Line between Cape Gir
ardeau and Jackson. First hack
leaves Cape Girardeau for Jackson at
nine a. m., arrives at Jackson 10:31
a. in., Leaves Jackson at 11 a. m.,
arrives at the Cape at 12:30 p. m.
Second back leaves Cape at 1 p. m..
arrives at Jackson 2:30 p. ml, leaves
Jackson at 3 p. m., arrive Cape at
4:30 p. m. New hack and good teams.
MARTENS & CO.
COR. BROADWAY .& SP9IGG ST.
We furnish the Best Bread
Cakes of all kinds in the citv.
Bread delivered daily t customer
in all parts of the city.
F. W. VOGT,
CAPL GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire nw stock, the latest imnmriwl nj
best Cooking and heatings tovt in the market.
All kinds of Job Work done ia the best mun
and at motterate prices.
ROOFING ANO GUTTERING
specialty and work guaeanteed first-claaa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the nonrts and mttm. ,
all bnsuwss entrusted to biro.
Cape City Roller Mis.
Latest Improved Roller Process.
Having adopted the Roller Proeesr.. we r
now prepared to make-flour of the linest grades
A trial of onr Roller Process Flour will con
vince yon that it is the best Plonr made, tilve
s a trial.
B-oadway, - Cajie Girardeau, Mo.
Drs. Ruff & Murton,
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO.
Ofliee in Stnrdivant Bank llcildinjr.
G. W. TRAVIS.
THE t DENTIST.
Practices uentlstry in all its
branches. Ratee reasonable. All
work done in th bst manner and
guaranteed. No extra riiinw
after the n ork is com" leted .
REFERENCE: To the peof ta whom I hava
lived among and practiced fori ver twenty-tare
vears. Office at the old stana'. In tha Rodney
Cor. Main and Bnadway.