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lost and the ordinance not adopted.
The question having arisen whether
or not it was the duty of an ofiieer to
take up and impound stoek found
running at large on private propi-rly,
whether the same was er.rlo-.ed : n.it.
Mr. Blomeyer moved that the matter
be referred to the Judieiary oinmiu.-e
for them to get the opinion of th.
Attorney in reference to "am
port at the next m.fting of the t
This being the railing tixed by :
dinanee for the appointment of a Fire
( hief f the Fire I)epaifiii;nt. the
'Mayor appointed I- -1. Albert. Jr..
fur said ortiee. which appointment was
on motion of Mr. Vogelsang eoniirni
ed by aeelamation.
On motion of Mr. Vogelsang the
board adjourned until next Thursday
evening. May 7th, at 7::! o'clock.
(.K.iKi.K K. C'HAl'l'KLL.
jToci'cUiniis ol the City Council
Thci.SDAY Kvexixg. May 7, l-'lHi.
lioard met pursuant to adjournment
with the Mayor. William TI. Coerver.
in the chairand the fullo'.vingmemlicrs
Messers. lilerwirth. iJlomeyer,
Camliell. Dempscy. Kemmel. I.ind
Absent. Mr. Galu-dia.
The Judiciary Committee subunnit
ted the following report in reference
to matters referred to said committee
at last mectting.
To the Hon. Mayor and Council:
Gentlemen- We, the Judiciary Com
mittee liejr leave to make the following
Section 104 of our city charter 'city
irdinanee page ."1 ) in relation to all
claims and bills against thecity. also.
Terms of office of Assistant Mar
sna! and special policemen" have
lc-en referred to our City Attorney, a
ropy of his legal opinion will be found
in regard to the stock law and bi-
cvcle ordinance the committee asks for
father time to make report.
H. CKAHAM PKMI'SKY.
Geo. G. KiMMtx.
May 7. 1!m;.
Attached to said report is the opin
ion of the City Attorney referred to,
the same being in snbstanee that all
claims against the city must be veri
fied bv the oath of the claimant or his
agent before said claim ean be audited
or allowed, in accordance with section
1(14, city charter, and that the term of
office of Assistant Marshal is one
year only and that of a special police
men for one year and until their sue
cessors are elected and qualified.
On motion of Mr. Uierwirth said
report was received and ordered filed.
The 'lerk having reported that the
following, among the number of bills
laid over from last meeting had been
vtrritied as required by law.
Bill of Gannon Brothers for fattings,
labor, etc., as per account $33.40
Cape G. W. W.. and Klectric Light
Co.. for arc lights for April, Si'W.ii.
Said lulls were on motion of Mr.
Bierwirth allowed and the Clerk in
structed to issue warrants ou the gen
eral revenue fund in payment of same,
On the recommendation of the Fire
Chief, the Mayor appointed the follow
ing officers and members to complete
the lire department of the city, and to
t-erve for the current term. Henry C.
Hanseiichild. Assistant Chief: Krnest
Moeder. Hose Director: W. A. Moore.
Hose Director. Bernard Kraft, Henry
Sehennleiuann. It. W. Stehr: Gu
lav Sehultz. Gottlieb Hartung. Henry
Xassbaum. -Robert Baumann. Charles
Stehr, John Hir.-ch. Herman Buck,
On motion of Mr. Kimmei said ap
pointments were confirmed by accla
mation. n the recommendation of the Mar
shal the Mayor appointed William J.
1'enn. Assis'ant Marshal and Louis
W. Bender, Ferdinand Daues. Au
gust Stotfregan. Louis Ische. John
Kumbha utz, Charles Huebel. F. M.
Futon, Phillip Maag and Fred Brunke.
ipeeial policemen for the current
On motion of Mr. ICimmel .-aid ap
pointments were confirmed by accla
mation. For the purpose of ar-ertianing who
( if any ; were doing business in the
city without having taken out lhvnescs
therefor. Mr. Kimmei moved, that
:ii" Ciiv i'(i!iv'.n:- Ik, and is hereby
instructed to deliver to the 'ity Mar--hal
a list of the names of all those
ir tne curre'it
fei-iu. and on lve-dpt of s.iid list. tV.e
Marshal is instructed to ascertain ii
there are jvoivons or iir::: doing bu
iness whose names do not appear ou
same, and if there
or I'rr.is to report :';
torncy. ' arri'-.i.
I )n motii.in of Mr.
.1 uuieiary Co in i n ittee.
r l'.ain.'s and the
:o th-- Citv At-
with the assis-
tance of the City At
tornev, was in
structed to prepaiv initi presi-nt ly f:i;.
board as soon as possible, a general
'sprinkling ordinance. "
On mot'on the board adjourned un
til Monday even'ng, May Pth, at 7:.1
Geo E. Chapp;:i.l,
' ity lerk.
Omitting the elections of Washing
ton and of Monroe, in the former of
which periods there was only one
, Presidential candidate and in the lat
ter of which there was virtually only
i one. party, there have been few cani
' paigus in which the result seemed so
nearly certain beforehand as it does
this year, in Jefferson's second can
i vass in Madison V first and in
j i'ieree's there was no doubt at any
'time as to the outcome. Jackson in
both of his elections received heavy
majorities in th..- Klectoral College,
yet the friends of Adams in the first
instance and those of Clay in the
second were aggressive and enthusi
astic, and many Democrats feared the
... i . i ...
contest would ue close. . an nun-n a
opponents in I.!ii had tour ticket,
but there was believed on that account
to In a danirer that the e'eetion would
lie thrown into the House, in which
case there were chances for combina
tions dangerous to Van Bur; n.
Cleveland had an immense majority
in l-s'.l-J. yet many Democrats up To the
st thought the result was in doubt.
In one canvass only did success for
tin; Whigs appear co imminent lti:-.t
the other side was discouraged. This
was in the log cabin and hard cider
campaign ol lu. wneli a wave i.i
emotional insanity swept over the
country, and when the supporters
of "Tippecanoe and Tyler, too." oul-
laii"bcd. outsung and outshout.-d t:ie
Democracy during the camjiaign even
" . . . , .....
more conspicuously lliantney ouno.eu
it at the polls. In the other campaign
in wmcn Hie v nigs were mtom
hat of 1S.V. the outcome was in
doubt to the end. notwithstanding Me
Van Buren Barnburner bdt from the
Democracy in tin decisive State of
New York. Twice did the indications
so strongly favor th" Republicans
that the Democrats gave up the light
before the end came. This was in
lMis and 17:1. yet for three or four
weeks after Greeley's indorsement by
the Democrats in the latter year bets
of even money were offered on him.
Tw ice before this, in 1ii and li;4.
were the indications so favorable to
the Republicans that the masses of the
party were confident of victory from
the beginning. In the former year
the Democratic split made Republican
success tolerably certain from the
outset, yet the balance lxtween the
elements was perilously close for the
Republicans, for the combined opposition-Douglas
ridge Democrats and Bell Constitu
tional Unionists cast nearly 1.IHK'.
OOil more popular votes than the Re
publicans, and would have had seven
more Senators and twenty-one more
representatives in theCongressof istil
3 if the Southjiiad stayed in the Union.
It is known that some of the Repuidi
can leaders in 1',4 looked for a Dem
ocratic victory for a few weeks after
the campaign started, or until Sher
man's and Sheridan's victories in the
fall dispersed the clouds. In lSSKi,
however, neither Democrats nor Re
publicans have any doubts as to the
result. If the Republican majority
in the Klectoral College this year falls
much below the 1X72 mark all parties
will be surprised. Globe-Democrat.
it is to see a beautiful child's face
disfigured with vile humors, bursting
through the skin in pimples, blotches,
and sores, and sadder still, when the
young and innocent are laughed at
and twitted in all such eases. Parents
should give them that good and pure
remedy. Sulphur Bitters, which willJ
search and drive out of the blood
every particle of humor.- Health
Proposals for City Printing.
The undersigned, for the City Coun
cil of the city of Cape Girardeau, will
receive from publishers of newspaixrrs
published in said city, sealed propos
als for doing the city printing, for the
year commencing on the first. Monday
in June. I.'', anil ending on the first
Monday in June. I-!'".
Said proposals shall lie in conform
ity to ordinance Xo. ."2ii. approved
April2o. I!l4. audit certain resolution,
adopted by the City Council on May
4"h. i'.Hi. defining what shall lie em
braced in said city printing.
Each proposal must he. accompanied
wit n a "zood and sutneient bond, (the
form of which shall be furnished oy
t'ie City Cit rk in double the amount
ol th" sum named as the bid for said
city print in;, with tivo or more sol
to be approved by the
i Said leoDosais will be received by
i in..' at my oliiee in the court liouse. up
! to Moniiav c-y.-niii June 1st
". , . ".. .' " ,".
;iltar meeliULr t i-e . :'.v ouncii o
e hi a
b ii"ii on s-ii,! ii-!:.-. !
Th-.- city lvs-rws the rigiit to r.-ject
any an-i a'.', l-i 's.
Bv o:-i!e.- of U;. City i "or.'.icii.
gi:k. E. HAi'i'Kr.i.. .
i 'ity ' lerk.
May ;i ii . is.':;.
J7IXAL SET1 1.KMtS T Soiie? is h:rel,y
. L'iven to all rr!'di'rs and others interested
in the estate of 1. en. iliard sehiitiTdeeeB-i-l.tli:-.t
trie undersiio-d a iieitiistraior n' said estate
ii-.ter..l to lilSM- liinl settlement tfieleoi at '!:
next term oi tii:.-1 aie i.Tirar.lt uu Court !'
Cinnin lI.-:ts i'l ape Giranieau ..-'-r.iitv, Mi--fouri.
to he li-li at tin- eoiirt lions" in the -i I y
o!" 1 a; e Gimr.U-aii, Mo., o:i Momaiv, Mav Slli,
AVUirsr i;iL;:u i;: i !i.
J71NAI. sKri l.KMKXT.-N !i--e is tierriiy
1 -iiven to ali er.iilti-rs a.:d .:liers i, , teres'. !
in the t-sta-e-ol Mary iiean. A-o ael. that the
u;:der5is.'iK-d lale pub-ic aiineiiiavrat.-r
as s3cli itain eiinre -!' s;:ii --taie
iutends to make linal tcttlenn.it tiu-reoi
at the next term or tin "Totiato I'o'.irt :'.;:
iiirardeau county, Missouri, to lie held at ine
ennrt house in the eity el -iackon, Mo., o.i
Mondav, Mav 11th, I-'-'i.
IRKUEHICK II. WKI.TKCKE.
ajilscjO I.ate Public A'lminietrator.
J. W. Cannon. Jr.. L. D. Cannon,
W. II. Miller, and Mary M. Cannon
by her curator. A. R. Byrd. Kx;arte
BV virtue and authority of a decree
for partition and order of sale made
by the Ca' Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas in and lor 'ape Girardeau
county. Missouri, on Tuesday, the
twenty-eighth dav of January, Is'.Ki.
the sa ni j be, n g the secon U d ay of t ne J a n -uarv
term. 1!!!;, of said court, in the
above entitled cause ia certilied copy
of said decree and order was issued
from the office of the clerk of said
court, dated the twenty-fifth day of
March, isrtf., and delivered to me) I.
the undersigned sheriff of Cape Gir
ardeau county. Missouri, will, on
Wednesday, the Twenty-Seventh Day
of Mav. A. D. l-'i.
At the court house door, in the city of
Cane Girardeau, county of Cane Gir
ardeau. Missouri, between the hours
of nine o'clock in the forenoon and
five o'clock in the afternoon ol
that day. and during the session of
the ape Girardeau Court of Common
Pleas of I 'ape Girardeau county, Mis
souri, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, on the following terms,
Twenty-five per cent of the purchase
money to be paid in cash at the time
of sale and a credit of nine months
be given on the remainder, the pur
chaser or purchasers to give note
with approved security Ix'aring seven
per cent interest from date of sale per
annum for deferred payment, all the
right, title, claim and estate of the
above named e. parte jietitioners. in
the above entitled cause, of iu and to
the following described real estate,
Part of lot one ( I ) range D. in the
city of Cape Girardeau and State of
Missouri, described as follows: Begin
at the northwest corner of said lot one
( I ) then run south with the east
line oi .Mam street twenty -two i ;
feel for the beginning, then cist
parallel with the north line of said
lot .ixty-scven ! ''7 ) feet, then south
parallel with the east line of Main
street twentv-lwo feit, then west
parallel with the north line of said lot
1 .. , , , c... i:..
sixi. -se eu e.-.i. iv ,-.tsv iiu
Main street, then north with said line
iweniv-two feet to tin.' beginning.
designated as lot six Mj by com
missioners in partitioning the estate
of Franklin Cannon, deceased. Also
the following part of lot one (1)
range D. in said city of Cape Girar
deau and State of Missouri, begin at
the northeast corner of lot one t 1
then run south with the west line of
Water street sixty-six (I'.ti) feet for the
beginning, thence west parallel witn
the north line of said lot sixty-seven
(tlTl feet, then south parallel with the
west line of Water street twenty-two
(22) feet, then east parallel with the
norm line oi saiu 101 si.i -seeu km j
feet to Water street, then north with
west line of Water street twenty-two
(22 1 feet to the beginning, and
designated as lot one II) by com
missioners in partitioning the Franklin
JUDSOX M. RAXDOL.
mav2n."i2 ' Sheriff.
Gh'artoanConrt of Common Pl?.as
j .vli..h n.,.,.is the luiirth Mondav in Mav
t is:;, at the court luiu&u in t lie i:itv f
, '! .oii"r,iVa" -, ."'"L
said Court, .Monday, the lirst day ( the term
is Mt aiiart to near ait iiassou 1'roiiate matters
M llll" 1U1CS 41
! at wtiieii time and jilaco eecntrH, adiiiinis-
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i io jiresei.T all et t leiii n t s and other matter r.
1 iu;rt.,i hv jaw to he nass'sl o:i hv the court.
Howie Thomas .1
Berry Mattie K
ilrnne .V ;.it
l-.i-i.-.-n 1 r.-l
o-istaeker I r-i-d.-rit
iiolz ii. ,;s
lleio r A .lul :un
Hill, n I ra-i!; i:
J.imlsay sa lo
SclileveHjeiii Win H
Schnati: A and ii
sh". al V Ii C
Tliitle W ami II
ViisOn A'i'lie L
I inus Sanlorii
II A Asthol.
.John V llroolis
i.ewis r iiit;
W I! toerver
l-oll:, 1. lil'.t
li y iia. i'
A -J !.;:;-isev
i.ja- C M.tchitu
-J E lrml-ek
I'ari I inU-i-s
W V l.ee.-;i
I'r -i iiartma::
, 1' Mel.ain
E W Jfleet-'e
V I! i!.-o..
.i i! i:; l-r
K. II. EXGEL31ANS, Clerk.
Directory 01 me rriucipai Msmtjsb nuuscs.
The following is published daily for the
benefit of traveling salesmen, strangers and
the public generally. It cannot fail to prove
of interest to all who intend transacting busi
ness in Cape Girardeau.
Fine Groceries, Feed, Fruits, Etc.,
Xo. 3 Main St.
CHAS. J. IIAMAX,
Boots and Shoes Exclus' ily,
ii.i Main St.
Main i Themis Sts.
P. H. DEMI'S FA",
Wholesale and Retail Grocer
JAS. McKEXXA & CO..
Dealers in Hides, W ool, r urs. h-iC.
Cor. Themis & liter Sts.
MRS. J. WARXER,
Haarig Meat Market.
Good Hope Street.
J. MAPLE WILSOX.
Druggist and Stationer,
117 Main St.
YOG EL & BRUX KHOKST,
Galvanized Iron House Fronts, Stove:
GEO. G. KIMMEL.
Attorney at Law and Xotary Public.
102 Main street.
thixiavTdlew 1 LD,
Semi-weekly St. Louis and Cape Gir
ardeau Packet Company.
Watches, Diamonds, j
AL. CHEXL E. The Jeweler.
Silverware. Watch repairing,
Aug. Sehivelbine, Prop.
,ci,..i.....!.. .,,. Itet:.i1 Drv Goods.
Cor. Spanish and Independence street,
R. G. RAXXEY. i
Attorney at Law.
I n de j e n de n ce st reet.
UXIOX MILLING CO..
Full Roller Flour. Feed and Meal.
Millinery and Xotions.
G. W. TRAVIS,
107 Main street.
P. A. HOCH,
Furniture and Undertaking,
Xo. 2." Main Street.
W. V. LEECH,
Notary Public, Real Estate, Collecting
nd Loan Agent. Main & Themis
CAPE BREWERY & ICE CO.
Made from Distilled Water.
DR. P. W. MURTOX.
IVM.-tical Dentist. Office Sturdivant
Bank Building, Cape Girardeau, Mo
BV virtue and authority of a iren-
eral execution issued by the clerk of
the Cape Girardeau Court of Common
Pleas of Cape Girardeau county, Mis
souri, bearin; date the eighteenth day
of April. lX'.M, and returnable to the
May term, lWHi, of said court, and to
me "directed, in favor of Robert G.
Ranney and against William J.
Meisenheimer. 1 have levied upon and
seized the following described real
estate situate, .ying and being in the
county of Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri, to-wit:
All that part of survey three thous
and two hundred and two (3202; con
firmed to James Ramsey that lies west
of the Belmont Branch of the St.
Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern
Railway described in two deeds, one
from Maud Rodney Morse and hus
band, book twenty -eight (2) page
three hundred and fifty-five (.i-i.it,
Allen Rodnev book twenty-eight (2)
na.'e three, hundred and thirty-five
(3i"M both conveyances to SarahMeis
seuheimer all in township twenty-nine
f i rane-e twelve ( 12 I. and I will, on
Thursday, the Twenty-Eighth Day of
May. A. D.
At. the court house door in the elty
of Cane Girardeau. Missouri, between
the hours of nine o'clock in the fore
noon :iml live o'clock in the afternoon
lot that dav. and uurmg the session 01
tne Cape Girardeau l ourt oi . onunon
Pleas of Cape Girardeau county, sell
fur cash in hand to the highest bidder,
all the ri'ht. title, claim and interest
of sai.l William J. Meisenheimer. of
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I m and to the atiove licserioeu pi ooei .t.
it,, s:i-:fv :iid execution and cost.
)si( M. RAXDOL,
-, ,,-; Sheril.
A ltMlMSTRATKIX NOTRE. -Notice is
Iiv ;vMiit!int letters ff aimhiiHtralon
u-itli tin- will :inneel. niton tliccstatc of lienrv
Mi-ver. .lircasc-.l. have been granted to
tlii-'ui.ili n-ineii by t- Cape liiraiMi-au Conrt
. C011111.011 I'leas. ol tape oiranican oniu.
.Missouri, hesruijr !ate Uit ..ru uay oi ja:iu
:irv 1 j:
All mtso;is liavinj.' rlairrii ajrainst s-ii I estate
nr.- rmn.red to exhibit Hum toller tor allow-
ri:ce. vibi:i o::e year irom the l;Ue ol saii
I.-tt : rs. or tlu v mav be pref-prli .1 Irom any
..tit ,i-sii.-li ..stne-" it' niil cl.lilo.4 b not
evliii.ite.l Kitb in two Years Irom tin- ilate of t!ie
jiiil.l'cntioii oftliis notir-. thev will oe forever
liarre.!. t.MioI.l.NK KI'i'l'hlM',
a !.M!.ivi i:ati:i noth k.
em i;ve:: ti.nt littr-rsot aiiiiui.isira.ion :
' upon tb- ..---tnte : Williain Mi-vt-r. i:.-e'as--. ,
! pave 1 :i granted to the nndersigne-l by the
' t'ititf Girardeau Court or Common Plea'1-, of
Cape (siranh-au comity, Missouri, licarin-: date
, lin- ::rd day of da.mr.ry. 1-..;
All p.ersoe- liavi-ie; claims a.ra:r.-st said ostnte
: ;tr--n-.iinr.sl to exbii.it t. nni to ii-.-r ('..r aliow
: a::fe, v;Tliin o:m- -.::r i'roin t:ie date or said let
- lers, or tliey nifty'be irelr.ded Irom i:iy bei;elir
, ol'sci-h cstiite: a.d if said claims be not exhibil
' e-1 v, i!'i! two yeii.rs ir.i.-n tlie date oi the publi-
eatiHt Oi' this" V.otiee, t;:ev Will he ..reVlT
: liam-I. .MAI'IA -VKVKil.
1 .liC.r.rii Adniinis'.rr.'rix.
W. G. POLACK,
Dealer in General Merchandise.
H. S. DEAXE,
Real Estate and Insurance.
102A Main sti-eet.
JOHX H. SAXDER & SOX,
Groceries, Dry Goods and Xotions.
Cor. Sprigg & Williams Sts.
Gunsmith, and dealer in Firearms.
Star Livery, Feed and Sale Staole.
VOGELSAXGER vt REYXoLDS
Hardware and Farm Implemnts.
One door S. of tirst Xational .bank.
G. W. BAHX.
Wholesale and Retail Hardware.
10. 12 H X. Main St.
F. II. VASTERLIXG,
Dealer in Dry Good and Groceries.
Cor. Broadway and Middle Sts.
JAMES B. DEXXIS,
Attorney at Law.
Cigars and Smokers' Articles.
:js Main street.
J. X. WU1TELAW,
Dry Goods. Clothing. Boots and Shoes
I Main street.
' I. BEX. MILLER.
: Drugs, Books and Stationery.
5 & 7 Main street.
EDWARD S. LILLY,
: Hardware. Warehouse on Spanish St.
j .c -U Main street
i E. II. EXGELMAXX,
, Fire Insurance.
Ollice at Court House
Prescott House, 2t Main St.
! HOTEL SCOTT,
1 M. A. Scott, Proprietor.
Best Meals in the City.
COWGILL V- YOUXG,
i The Barbers, also Hot and Cold Baths
! South Main St.
SIXGER MANUFACTURING CO.
J. A. Hanson, Manager
i 117 Broadway.
I DAVID A. GLENN,
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods,
! Carpets. 2. Main Street,
i Dealer in Dry Goods Groceries,BootS
snoes anu oenerai .uemiauuiac
i E- C. WOODY,
I Photograph Gallery
Bet. St. Charles Hotel & Court House
Notice of Administrator's Sale
of Eeal Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that by
virtue of an order of the Cape Girar
deau Court of Common Fleas, in and
for the county of Cape Girardeau and
State of Missouri, made at the Janu
ary term, I!!, thereof 1. Jaspar
Abernathy, administrator with the will
annexed of the estate of liichard
Thomas, deceased, will, on
Monday, the Twenty-Fifth Day of
May, A. D. 18'.Ki,
Between the hours of nine 'o'clock in
the forenoon and five o'clock in the
afternoon of that day at the court
house door in the city of Caiie t lrar
deau and during the session of the
Cane Girardeau Court of Common
i'leas of said county of Cape Girar
deau. sell at iiublie auction to the
hio-hest bidder lor cash in hand, all
the rio-ht. title, claim and interest of
Kichard Tlyimas. deceased, of, in and
to the following described real estate,
situate in the City and County of Cajie
Girardeau and .-state ol .Missouri to
Five acres, more or less out of th.
southwest quarter of out lot forty-live
(4."n to the Citv of Cane Girardeau.
bounded as follows: Beginning at the
southwest corner of said out lot forty-
live. (4."l thence running north ei
decrees thirty minutes east (8 :t)
I with a variation of six (li) degres
along the western lioundary line of
said out lot number forty-nve i4-
live chains and ten links (."j.lO; to
corner: thence south eighty-one degrees
thirty minntes (Si -ii') east parallel
with the southern boundary line of
said out lot number torty-Iive (4 t
chains and three links I lo.it-5 ) to a
corner, thence south eight- degrees
.'Id minutjs ."; west pa rallai with
the v.: stern boundary line of said lot
live chains and ten links (.1.1 ' to the
ll n.,- o :
M, -.-st ;i
: OUt !
. i v es 1
lot. theliee nortu
tiiirty n.iiiu! s i'-l
links i lo.iW . to tiie li;i. e of ie.-in:a:vj.
:uri"m"l JA:i:ii Ahkhnatiiv.
Aiiministrutor, with tin will :irin.::et!. ;
r-i vi. .eKTTLEMEXT. Xoti.v i.- fci-r-by !
f L-iven to all creditors a-i I others inu-re-ten '
' ; 11,.. itst, of ("olnnibiis W Ilea:!. .-i ' ase.
, tl,at ilW n:nlersi).'ue. la;; palilic f..lminis:ra -
, t:,r a-m-h having c!i:iru'e lie bonis 110:1 r ,-anl
i o.tt. Intend to mil; tlr-al sef.Iem thereof
r.'oaie .u. i .ii djt
lliirar leau coiintv, onri. to tic .ic.-i a. ..i
a i ourt h-icf i" the citv JacS'on. ilo., on
Moudav, Ma-Ut!i. l-i. .,,,,.. t-
I KKUKKICK H HU.lf.Ut.
I.ate !'no!i Administrator '!-. i.o us no:: .
Dr. -Siiv. ver: Dear Sir: I e;in -;:y
v.ith oleas-iu-e that I have been Anz
.(i:r'r,;edieine. and will reeoiunier.i; it
to BiiiTorinir ladies.
Mr.'.:. V.. W. Weathkkshke.
Sold at J. Maple u illson s arujstoi-e.
Will nractice in all the
arts and attend to
all business entrusted to him
John P. Williams,
Livery and Feed Stable
City Buss Line
to anu irom all trains.
U. S. Mail Line between Caie Gir
ardeau and Jackson. First haek
leaves CajK Girardeau for Jackson at
nine a.m.. arrives at Jackson 10:30
a. m.. Leaves Jackson at 11 a. m..
irrives at the Cape at 12:.ft p. m.
Second hack leaves Cape at i p. m.,
rives at Jackson 2:.'W p. m.. leaves
lackson at 3 p. m., arrives t ape at
4::i; p. m. Xew hack and good teams.
ST. EOCIS AND XKW ORLEANS
Fin Freight and Passenger Steanieis
Citv of St. Louis.
City of New Orleans.
( ity of Hickman,
( ity of Monroe.
City of Cairo,
For Cairo. Memphis. Vicksburg.
New Orleans and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cai. Girardeau
every ihursday and s,unday.
For Cairo. New Madrid. Memphis,
and all wav landings.
Steamer leaves Cajie Girardeau
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For St. Louis. Steamers lea ve Cape
Girardeau every Sunday and U ednes
dav 1'. M.
For freight and passage address.
C. M. Ukkkley. ( ien. I 'ass. Agt.
John' Bittu. General Freight
St. Isolds. Mo.
SPECIFICS are scientifically
prepared Remedies; have
been used for half a century
with entire success.
o. srrrmr fob
1 Frvrrm, ConKenUoiu, Inflammation.
1 Worm, Worm Ferer, Worm Colic...
3 Teeltalnc. Collc,CrylnftWkefulneaa
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults
Dysentery, Griping, BUiooa Collo...
6-Cholera Morbus, Vomiting
1 Vouch, Colds, Bronchitis.
8- Xeurali, Toothache, Faceacbe.....
9- Hra4arhrs, Rk-k Headache, Vertigo.
l-DysBesia, BUloosnens, CtonsUpstlon
1 l-Snpsressr or Palnfnl Prrtods-...
1 S Whites, Too Proruse Periods. .. .......
13- C'roup, Larynslils, Boarsenesa
14- eall Kbenm, lirjulpeUs. Eroptlons.
l-HhramaUsm. or Hbeomatlc Pains. .
15- Malaria. Chuls, Ferer and Ague
1 T-Plles, Blind or Bleeding
1 g-Ophlhalmr . Bore or Weak Ejres
atarr h. Influenza, Cold In the Head
20-W hooping Cough,
tit Asthma, Oppressed Breathing
i(-Eu Olsrfaarces. Impaired Hearing.
!t3-eerorula. Enlarged Olands. SweUmg
85 Dropsy, and Scanty Secretions
26-Sea Sickness. Sickness from Biding
39-8ore Month, or Canker
30 I'rlnary Weakness,
31 Painful Periods --
3-f-Diseases or the Heart, Palpitation
33- Epilepay, Spasms. St- Vltns' Dance..
34- ore Throat, OAilnsy.Dlphtberla....
35- hranlc Congestions Eruptions-.
"77" for GRIP.
R..M W Drncrlaui, or tt itjI im rrrrli !
c. . or t for 1.S, ( ur mmoitmi),Malt Hos. IS, SS oa
Zl, at p Is SI.SBBlM only.
Dk. It m uti' M ncAi.(mlnr Brlwn-wr-
HriPHaETS' 1KB. CO., Ill IU WlMssi8t.,owIor.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
"THE PILE OINTMENT."
For Pfles-Externsl or Internal, Blln1 ot Blted wr;
Fistula In Ano; Itching or Bleeding of the Rectum.
The relief Is Immedlace-the cure certain.
PHICE, SO CTS. TWTAT.SIZE.25CT3.
si4 hy Dmirlitt. or snt poiipold " receipt of pries.
UIXPUUTS' K 0. CO., 1 1 1 1 1 IUta Si. .Sow fork.
Woman's modesty and igno
rance of danger often cause her
to endure pains and suffer tor
ture rather than consult a
physician about imixirtant
Pains in the head, neck,
back, hips, limbs and lower
bowels ? monthly intervals, in
dicate aiarming derangements.
is a harmless Bitter Wine with
out intoxicating qualities.
Taken at the proper time it
relieves pain, corrects derange
ments, quiets nervousness and
cures Whites, Falling of the
Womb and Suppressed or too
Frequent Menses. Price $1.
For Kale bj Medicine Dealer.