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Everything of Local Form To
Found That 1 of Interest.
The Scott county voters who voted
against Albert De Iteign are ashamed
of themselves now.
Throwing water in the faite of chair
man Ma Hit was adding insult to in
jury. Think of throwing water in a
Democrat's face in a Democratic con
Adam Bauger.charged with peddling
without licensef was tried in Justice
Willer's court this morning. He was
convicted and lined ten dollars and
costs. He had no money to pay the
line and costs and he was sent to the
Dr. Schulz's horse ran away with
his buggy this morning and the buggy
was completly wrecked.
The colored bov who was shot near
his home on the Hock Levee last Sat
urday is still living but we understand
that the chances of his recovery are
Col. Charles X. Mitchell, who i:
well remembered by many of our peo
ple, is now in Chicago. We are glad
to hear of Mr. Mitchell in a city where
they have tire proof buildings.
If the ladies of Caiie Girardeau
lint wear fashionable hats this year
it will lie their own fault. iir mil
liners have the hats and tliey sell
them cheap this s ason.
.Iud"v I toss got a little mixed up in
his ligures in his speech at the town
ship meeting, but otherwise he made :
Matt Morrison says the lient wood
factory man has not yet given up
( apeGirnrdeau as the location for his
factory. Mr. Morrison says he has
"ood ii-asonsto believthat the factory
v. ill vet b.i located here.
There an: two murder cases set tor
trial m 'lie ' ircuil ouri 01 ncou
county thi week. The man who kill
ed Mont Wade is one of the men. and
young Spalding who killed his wife's
brother is the other.
The court !.n;:se was well lilled by
Itepiiblicaiis Saturday night. The
Meeting was the itepublican township
me-t i nr called to elect delegates to
the county convention next Saturday.
Mrs. 1'iader received a big shipment
of p:t Mowers last Saturday, and she
wants her lady friends to call on her
when they want to purchase flowers.
.Judge Bess and 15. F. Davis ad
dressed Hie Republican township
me-'tinir at the court house Saturday.
.J. Allert was able to take a
last Saturday and he will
Senator Walker of Dexter says the
Cape is surely a desirable place to
Ed. Robbof Perryvilleis in the city.
Mr. Robb says the Cape is certainly
the metropolis of Southeast Missouri.
He likes the city and he admires our
enterprise. Everybody Has a gooa
word for our city and our hospitable
The Jackson eating and refreshment
houses will have all the business they
can attend to Saturday.
If some one opens up the big St.
Charles Hotel between now and the
22nd of July he will get a big haul
from the delegates and attendants at
he Congressional Convention on the
22nd of July. A big crowd will lie
here then and many of the visitors
will remain here several days.
soon lie able to be at his place o
( ur spurting men
crowd to go fishing.
It-v. Tat-.' returned honu
occupied his pulpit
ire making up a
They are going
S a turd ay
Dr. A. 1. Sawyer: I
troubled with rheumatism
trouble for a number of year
say I never had any thin
like vour Family lire.
Girardeau as the
22nd of July as
Mks. H. WlXiiART.
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's drug store.
I)r Warner Schmidt is now located
Tli.. Hoard of Education will meet
n -xt Monday night to transact th
regular monthly business.
The steam ts Idlewild and C. W
Itatrhelor came down this morning
tioth landing ui me s.om ......... (
Mr. Gillette, the lient wood factory
man. is again i:i the city.
The Democratic Congressional Cen-i,-il
or.iniittee met heiv this afternoon
and named Cape
nbice and the
the date for the Democratic Congress
Louie Keller brought a drove of
cattle tii the city this morning to ship
to St. Louis. He had in the drove
two steers that weighed resiectively
2 141 ami 2025 pounds the largest cat-
. ..hipped from this city for many
.John Grieb presented his little lill
to the City Council again this morn
ing and it was referred to a committee.
The comr.iittf will report on it some
lime next year.
Cap!, ltandol. a capitalist of Jack
son, is in the city to-day. Cap!. ltan
dol was formerly a resident of this
citv. 1 moved to Jackson to live in
a quiet town.
If you a iv bilious, try Dr. Sawyer s
1 iitli- Wide Awake Tills, you will find
them iust what yon want. Try a free
Thev do not grille, .sniu at
Willson's drug store.
Mrs. McCrea is now ready to show
her customers the lateststyles in spring
and summer hats, bonnets and all
millinery goods at 40 Main street. A
handsome picture given with every
5.0 worth of goods. mar2sn47.
The City Marshal is going to keep
the Ma vor and Council in hot water
this year. Mr. Grieb is not a great
statesman but he is full of grit.
I'eter Lind was beat lilti-en votes for
Alderman at the election in Cairo last
Tuesday. Pete is a Cape boy and we
are sorry to learn that he was defeat
ed. The brick yards in this city are all
working full crews of hands. The
brick makers expect a big demand for
brick this year.
orkmen are making the excava
tion for the basement for Edward S.
Lilly's new- residence building on
Lorimier street. Wiliam Kegeiihardt
will do the stone work and Henry Os-
senhop will do the carpenter work.
The brick work on Haas Brother
new residence was coiniileted yester
l-'rank E. Bui-rough is making hi
country home look like the home of ;
Ben Blair and L. X. Torrencc of
this county are serving on the grand
jury in the I". S. Court in S!. Loiiis
Ja-. McK.-nnn. agent for the Kagh
racket Company, informs us that
('apt. r.'.u-toi: of the steam- r iillewilil
will "iv the delegates to the Demo
cratic ougi-.-ssionai onveiuion
free ride if they arrive here on Tues
Dr. Blomeyer t--;s us that tiiecolor
1 hiiy-.vho was acid -utally shot athis
horn- on the Jtock l.evee last wtfli is
baii'v hurt and the chances of his re-
iv.-i-y are all against him. He says
if the boy recovers at all lie will have
to have one hand amputated.
Conductor 15ryau's liitle hoy was
shot with an air gnu yesterday. 1 he
ball struck him just above the left eye
and made a flesh wound but he was no!
A portrait of WjiiiamMeKinley will
hang on tiie wall in the Jackson court
house during convention Saturday.
The ( ijiera House band will furnish
music for the Demoi-raticCongressional
Convention in this city July 22d.
There ought to In- a law in this city
to prevent the bad boys from running
at large aft-r nine o'clock at night.
Co!. Je tiers of Dexter has b-.-on in
the city two or three days. The Col
onel is quite an old man. He was a
soMier in the Mexican and Civil wars.
The Democratic Congressional
Central Committemen who were here
yesterday and to-day were delighted
with our city. Even the gentleman
from the windy little city down on
Black Itiver admitted thaUCape Gir
ardean is far ahead of his town.
Dr. A. l Sawyer: Dear doctor 1
have used and sold your Family Cure
with excelh-nt rcsoults. It cured me
of the rheumatism and I now am ."HI
years old and have not an ache or
Mks. F. . ltiio.uis.
Sold at -I. Maple Wilson's drug store.
The .Jackson saloon keepers will
have a dose shave again in May to
get their license. They have to have
the signatures of a majority of the
tax-payers to their petitions to the
County Court before the Court can
'rant them license and there are so
many cranlis in .lacKson mat genius;
... . ,ii
a in ijonty ot tne tax-payers is nam
to get on a saloon jietilion.
. S. Gillette went to St. Louis this
ni ii'Mtig to purenase some ue ,im-
cunc-v. .Mr. iillieni- win go nuo
business here either a bent wood
factory r a saw mill.
Attn:-, ey Noel of Pcrryvilie is de
fending Dave Matney. the man who
killed Mont Wade at Denton. Hen.
Mar. hall Arnold is assisting in the
There will lie an election in Poplar
BIu;V next Monday to ratify an elec-t-ie
light franchise given to Simon
Har'.eli of this city by the City Coun
cil of Fol'lar Bluli".
Forcinn Iiisuraiii-p Tax.
.iKi'K::::soN err v. Mi.. April 22. -State
Treasurer Stephens received to
day from Maj. Wadilib. t-Mtivrintctiu-
e:i! of the lusarar-.v Department, the
seee.inie ol t.:Xe:- to !h' paid the State
Ibis month by foreign insurance
nn'iii's e.oh.g business 2u Mis
The total amount of premiums receiv
ed by the foreign companies in Mis
souri for the year ending Decemlier
31. 105. was sll.US.:js4.i2 on which
the companies will pay into the State
Treasury the sum of 234.5!)4..7J. This
is -10.:tii3.S7 greater than the amount
of taxes reported last year.
Proceedings or the City C ouncil
Tcesday Morning. April 21, 1S0H.
Board met as per adjournment with
Mayor. William H. Coerver in the
Chair and all members present.
The Mayor appointed Messrs. Demp
sey and Vogelsang tellers, and the
board proceeded to complete its or
ganization by electing August Bier
wirth President pro-tera on the first
The following resolution was pre
iented and read:
Whereas. The original purpose for
which the "Water orks l ommittee
was created, has been accomplished,
said committee having practically
ceased to exist on the completion of
the water works and the contract with
the Water Works Company accepted
by the city, therefore be it
Itesolved. That in lieu of said com
mittee, there lie and is hereby created
a -committee to be known as the
Water and Light Committee, "and lx;
it furth -r
Itesolved. That the committee known
;is the Electric Light Committee." lie
and is hereby discontinued, and be it
Itesolved. That in addition to the
standing committees, there be created
a committee to be known as the ( om
mittee on V-meteries.
f signed. ) H. GKAHAM Dkmi-SKY.
On motion of Mr. Kimmel said res-
lution was adopted.
The Mayor submitted and read to
the board the names ol tne appucims
for the appointive offices of City i-.n-gineer.
Street Commissioned-. Auditor.
Port Warden. City Sexton and ity
The Mayor nominated each appli-
. I.. U.. .li.tt:..es
cant separately, 101- hfm umm...
and the board proceeded to ballot on
:;,! nominations with thw- following
For City Engineer. -L 15- Xesmith
confirmed by a vo'e of " to :!.
For Street Commissioned-. It. H.
.Inden. reject. -d by a vote of 1 to :
James Lynch, rej.-ct.-d by a vol- of 4
t.. i- w.n tt T.-ivlor. reiected by a
vote of 2 to d: Fred Brunke. reje-tei
by a vote of 4 to 4: Fred M. Dans, re
iected bv a vote of 1 Mo 7: William
Bode, rejected by a vote of 1 t
Louis Drinkopf. reich-d t.y : vote
l t.i J- iiton Hass. reicclid by a
vote of to ": Henry Hene. i-.-je-ti-i
by a vote of 4 to 4: Mike Miggins. re
ted by a vote of 4 to !.
ri... li.en-il havin'j- failed to coahrm
the appointment loi- a ire.-i i o.n.uis
ttie Ma vor again put in nomi
nation, it. II. .1 Udell for said oflh
who was rejected by a vote of e to
James Lynch was then m.mr.'.a;
md rejected by a vote of :i to ".
Win. H. Tayior was then noininat
and said nomination i-ejee;--d by
vote of 2 to
I-'i-ed l'.rnnke was then tionim.i'e-i
and said nomination conlirmed bv
vo-.e of ."i to -.
For City Auditor, there lieing bu
...e.lie-nii Jfeio-v Ilauensehild
said nomination was on uiotio;. of Mr
Kimmel conlirmed by acclamation.
For Port War 1 -n. The Mayor uom
in..t..,l Jim.. M-K.-ima. which nomi
nation was rejected by a vot-- of
i: TViii M a vor then nominated Wal
ter S. AUx-rt for said office whi
n,..,.;n.it;iiii nei continued bv a vot
(if ."i to .1.
ciiv y..-!on. Thei-e lieing but
...... ,,ii.i:,-.i;it. Valentine Fisher, said
nominalio:: was on motion of Ml
Blonieyei niirmed by acclamation
fi- -itv Weighers. The Mayor
nominated the in-esent Weigher
Henry Vastetling. (Justav Stein am
and H.-nrv L. Hunze for sail otnees
ul.u-h nominations were on motion of
M.. Hi. ivii-th con tinned by acclam
The Mayor announced the following
it-imlin.r ininmitt'Hs for the -urrent
Ways and Means Herman Voge
sail". Calvin B. Galnsha and Edward
Claims August Bierwirth. Herman
Vogelsang and H. Graham Dempsey.
Street and Wharves Theobald
Lind. Auguit Bierwirth and .lames T.
Judiciary H. Graham Dempsey,
(;eorge G. Kimmel and Calvin B.
ind Grievances l-.d-
notify the parties of their apointment.
A communicatian from Louis H.
Graessle, was presented and read,
said communication states that
through an error in the assessment of
his personal property in 1891. the
sum of $28.00 and penalty thereon
amounting in total to say$43.00stands
ganist him on the tax books of the
citv. That said error occurea in er
roneously gaining in his stock of
merchandise to the Assesor for as-
essraent. He thsrefore asks the
board to correct said assessment,
hen he will pay his taxes.
On motion of Mr. Blomeyer said
omraunieation was reierreu io tne
Committee on Propositions anu
V communication from John Grieb,
Marshal with an itemised account for
services claimed as rendered from
March IIS lS'.Ci to March 2'i, lHi,
amounting to ii.40 was presented
and read and on motion of Mr. Kim-
1 referedio the Committee on Claims.
The report of the Coal Oil Inspector
for the month of March was read and
on motion of Mr. Dempsey received
lind ordered filed.
Bill of Gannon Brothers for fittings,
pipe. etc.. as per account renuereu.
us read and an motion of Mr. Kim
mel referred to the Committee on
laims. for the reason that said bill
as not certified to by any officer as
to its correctness.
A bill in favor of David Pe-ireelield
for $4.00 for conveying to cemetary.
digging grave and burying body of
Mrs. Dill, was presented and read and
on motion of Mr. Bierwirth allowed
ind the clerk instructed to issue war-
ints on General Itevenue fund for
line: said bill to lie charged to the
On motion of Mr. Kimmel the board
tdjouriied until this evening at . :-'!H
GK'.. E. CHAIM'KI.I..
Board Of Equalization Proceedings.
List of Lands and Town Lots in the County of Cape Girardeau, Mo.,
upon which the Assessor's valuation has been raised by the County Board
of Equalization for the year 1SJ6.
To Whom Assessed. ' 2
5 Parts of sections or Surveys
or City or Town Lots.
X; H' RAISED.
5 J;S ;
!oV From! To
S. B. Ithodes
Marie W Oliver
C. G. S. W. Ry Co.
J. F. Caldwell Jr...
Charles Sen rock
Wm. G. Sander
Hv P Ahrens
P. L. Siemers
M. H. G. Houck
Henry F. Meyer
A. It. By id
Wm F. Meyer
Columbus Gladish. .
Louis E. Kies
It. B. Oliver
Wm. i-. ahace
Henry Luetje est
Henry Luetje est
Henry Sch.ieferest. .
Henry Sehaefer est. .
till .VI s w i s e i & s e q s w frl i ;i30;llj
317.00s e q & e h s w q & e h neq..j-'j0jll:
200 00 seq & se q s wq I :- y-t
i 'lit lot 1 range A. Millerville. , i
115 4.1'pt ehswqiehwhsw q. .
14."i(Hi w h w h s w q & n h n w q & n ,
I w.'ptseqnwq 1' ;
HiOOOseq -' 0 -
1201X1 s h s w q & n e q s w q
200 00 n e q s e q & s w q n e q w n i
' s e q s e q in ij
m'2'pt survey 204
TfKSDAY EVKNING. April 21. l!i.
Board met in regular session, pur-
uantto adjournment, with the Mayor,
William II. Coerver. in the chair and
ill niemU-i-s present.
A p-jtition from Itobert W. Barln-r,
iraving the noaru io remit i ue p.-ii:iu
md interest on his delinquent taxe:
for the years, from . IS'.U to 1M!.i m
usive. was iiresented and read and
on motion o! My. I.ierwirui rm
to the Committ :i Propositions and
in tiie mailer of the "ill of Andy
dams. Pound .eejiei-. for o.i re-
eri-ed to the Committee on Claims at
meeting ni April i"i:i. -am ou.iiio..
thi ougli its hairma!.. Mr. . i w i.-th.
:vportci! verbally recouiuK-ndlng that
he I l.-rk deliver to Ai.ams t.ie war
ant issued in payment of said biii:
mil liiruicr ma. nis commissi, .i-
rial pidiceman U- r.-vokeii. ar-
leil ami so or-.ieie.i .
An on: iua nee atiti.-d "A-u o.-.iinanc
prohibiting tiie sah- of Cigarette.-, and
,'arette WrapiM-rs to .;;iior.s aim
iirovidir.g IK-I'.altles lor us . loiaieiu.
was i'ltroi'iuo-d by Mr. Blomeyer and
passe:! a first reading, and by consent
r,i.-t ,er reading positioned mil li next
on motion ol Mr. Bii-iwirtli. Gustav
.-lii-.ltv w-is .i-m-ll PeillliSsloll 111 llln-
tri'mr.e the earth, taken from his lot.
on anv st lift designated by the Chair
man of Stiift and Wharf Committee
or Street Committee.
i"lie Committee on Prwposilions and
r 1 .1...
Grievances to whom was reierreu un
compliant of Louis II. Graessle. in
reference to erroneous assessment oi
his iieisona! property for the year
ls'il. rt-iMUted by the chairman Mr.
Blomeyer. that they had investigated
same and lind that the error was in
Mr. Graessle' s giving in his stock of
merchandise to the Assessor as per
sonal projierty. and that his other
iiersonal proiierty at that
.loel E. ltandol..
Joel E. ltandol..
( 'has Engelmann.
. ... X A t ...m.T,t.i t Vie
i-'iyeil m at -r-io, saiu v uiiiuiii.v ......
fore re.-o.nniea.is that the City Collector
lx- authorized to settle with Mr. Graes
sle on the basis of the ' assessment,
ami the Clerk lie instructed to credit
the Collector with the difference.
On motion of Mr. Bierwirth said re
port was received, cota-urred in and
ordeii-it til ed.
motion oiMr. Bierwirth the board
ri.e.i until next regular meeting.
GKo. E. Cil Al'l'Kl.L.
t 'ity ( 'icrk.
( 'has Engelmann. .
Iiy it. Tu-diho-T. .
Jas 1) Hatcher
J. K. Evans
Wm. J Alt
.ins. G. !e'.vis
! i V C. ssemkop! . -.
Wm. I i. iliihnsacic . .
( has Buel'emann . . .
itto 1 fanny
E H Engelmann
Martin .1 Bock
II 11 Wilier
John Welii 'e
It'c V K Xoeninger
Ben ii Adams
Andrew X-lsmar.t:. .
It P Taylor
l: M Masterson ;
.1 M Grifn
It II Morton
W F Schultz ;
J II Sides
G C Hobb I
; Itobb '
Wm K I'roffer '
; W Proffer Jr
Bast A- Kurre j
W J Shaner 1
S 1) Ilensley
Mary J I'linn
J X Frank
T F Mitchell
.1 It Henderson
Hv Bnehler Jr
Mrs L Wright
Mary C Williams...
L 11 Da vis
Aug H Goyert
14!2."i pt survey 2W
l.Vl ti7 pt survey 2.'Mi
lllOOpt survey 243
Ill -V pt sur.ey 320
lrr.S.'ipt survey 320
3l20 pt survey 470
220 00 w pt survey 074
1ST IH pt survey "81. "
040 00 all survey X
102 3.1! pt silrvev 1022
123.30' lots t 7 & 10 survey 1022
100 00m e pt survey 2203
llOOOlw hswni whseqswq Jt
i ! s pt n e q s w q
20'OOpt survey 322
ii7 0Upt lot 2 survey 21!Hi
loti 00 pt lot 3 survey 21!i
10.1-00 w pt lot IS survey 2100
OTi-14 pt survey 2203
122'37 pt survey 2203
7042 pt survey 221.1
I Gordonville. lots 3. 4. 5 &...
IIUl'OO ii li n li- ri ft II u fl Jk S e O
t . 1 1 1 ,:.iji.Hiii
II s w q ii
MIH)eh'lots2i3neq j 13112
142 43 pt s e q s w q & pt s w q s e q. I J
1 11 11 S l v. .T , V ij. ,
! i iseqswq
124 7.1 pt survey 701
SO 00 lot 2 n w q
7(i00e h lots 2 & 3 n e q
l.'W'OOpt lot 3 & 4 n w q
40 (K)vv h lot 3 n w q
144 (Ni e h lots 1 2 3 n w q & e pt lot
I 1 & 2 n w q
71 70 s pt e h lot linoiie h lot O
i . n w q
2!.i0e pt w h lot li n w q A s pt lot
i ! 7 n w q
fiOOOU h s e q
;,s oo'e pt lot 7 n w q & w pt lot 7 n; III
i j ..eq -133 12 !
21 (HI w pt lot .1 n w o .t w pt lot (in I
! w q '. I .130 12) 1
KKI M ,. pt lots .1 i at s pt lot 7 n e qi XI 1 i
140(KI'V. h ,, -v i pt e h n w q 24 XI 12i
S'iOO pt survey 2270 :;12!
31271. lots U2n w (iliin e q.. 02!l:13J
12 00 pt n e frlii ! !-''' 13!
12.100 pt lot 1 & 2 s v.- q s side n v.-q 31;:!0 hi
l aiie Giranleau City part
12 32 12
:s xi 121
mid half 4b
, ; ' " part 48
i 1 -?
: I ....
' 1 '.2
! :: :: :: g
! :: ::
j Gibom y-l(onck 2nd Sub
jGiboney-flouck 2nd Sub 7
oi lMj pt survey 22-15
liW' lNl pt survey 2255
2;(Nl pt seq 11 e '1 7
750O:s w q n w q & s q n w q pt s! J
e 11 n e q
70 00 n pt e h n e q
3 (0:i.t n w i
80(NJ s e q n e q A n e q s e q
"000 n h s w q s w q
l.'loiKlpt survey 10
10!70 pt survey 2235
10 00 pt survey 2235
I2(HN)pt survey 7!
111.40 pt survey 700
sti.ld pt survey 2102
7 no pt survey 2102
It ti (!0 s pt lot l' n e 11 & pt n e q s eq
j IT:'. '2'c h lots 2 3 & 4 n q & e h w h
' lots 5 & li n eq
! 4o IN n w q n e q.
! 2 10 pt n w q n e 11 e h n e q
! 3u!l 34 s e ij & pt e h n e q & s h s w q
n e q e n s w q
. . . !:: i:!'
. . . I1' 32 13
... U 32 13'
... 31 li;
... 32 13
.. 32 13
(Sen H Kelley.
F. Blomeyer. H. ( Sraham
and George G. Kimmel.
James T Ca:np! !l.
Edward F. Blomeyer and lb
Water and Light -i.nn-s T
T.i:-d a:i : At.ii
I'ul.cfinea :au K.iol-K ll!ers Ti.
The City Marshal says he cannot
e,-t desirable men to serve as polic
...., ics.ie-i.i-. pres.-tit city ordinances.
The I it v t -lunei!
siia. th -'.ti to s.u: tne pouc
man , witmni: a police
on. inances iiave
"'1'" I. -i the oi-uiuancer ii" am
'" ''" i the police, then I
1 for a -
for t:: - ap-He::l-it
s to eo:Wi-
sev. August Bierwir
Kimmel and Edward F. Blomeyer.
This lieing the meeting
com-1 pointment of a Board o:
ouri. i the year ending on the 2
I . ..- .1. . -.1..
Ill April i-- "i--- ..i.i--'
the following an'iointm r:
tute said board.
Dr. W. N. Howard, Dr. Geo. W
Tarlton. Dr. A. D. Blomeyei and Dr.
W. C. Patton.
)n motion said appointments were
conlirmed and the Clerk instructed to
v as fool-
if all the
ailed to suit
( 'ouncil call
.1 W Slack I
Julia Brantley :
( ) I. Hoffmann
H H Mueller
S C La 11
It S Henderson
II Cridiile and sisters!
L X Torrence
Sarah J lt'fe j
A M I 'urtright
Jos L ( otner
J A Watkins
W M Sams j
. . . .in!
lid1 31 N)
! Jackson Sanford Add part. . .
I Jackson Flentge Add part
I 'Jackson. Schniuke Add part. . 1
! , '" . . ! 2
: -w h ..21
! 1 " ..30 j
Morgan Add -J : !
25 pt survey 322
25 pt survey 527
75 pt survey 527 ,
120 (N n h n e q & n h lot 1 n w q 31 XI 15
120 00 s h s w q & n e q s w q .1 32 14
82 0(5 n e q s e q Jt 11 w q s e q & s pt !
. . ' .. .. - ) 1 1.
i I lOL 1 11 e i( - ' '
i,-. 40(Nln wosw q S32 14!
nii notice is hereby given that the Board of Equalization will meet at
tie- Court House in the City of Jackson on the 4th Monday in April, 18f. be-
7th dav of said month, for tne purpo-ie . -.earing anu ueiermmms
- ' 1 H T" T T I.I T
Secretary ol uoaru.
F ;-ii!;c -niaii Vo-.ingbiood who was
charged a i'-'
p.i.-iiet was .teijui
the Citvitit Court
day. Xohoiiy !.
inkei! vagabond of
dollars out of his
::-.': of the charge in
at iS.-nton last Mon-
'.iev.-d for a
Qap? Breuery aid lee $oTpary.
Cape Girardeau, Mo
BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER BEER
that Yoirighioou was g.:iity. tie nas
always lnvti an honest, upright, man
with 110 biemish on his character and
the decision of the court acquitting
decision of the court
in was a just decision.
A. KUEDIGEU. Pres.
WM. HE( ; yii AUD I . Vice Pres.
. IL EXGELMANX, Sec'y
CHRIS IIIltSClL Treas.
. M. UKGENJIAllDT.
. II. EXGELMANX.
I I'M Ml.