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"SPECIAL MARKET LETTER
. - -
The following market letter is iur
nbbed'-as by McLAnr Bros. & Co.,
CoCQjasteion Merchants, Rialto Build
Bujiiness during the past week lias
Deen 01 -a Holiday character ana moa
erate in volume. The railway share
market shows a halting tendency, due
to the pressure of realizing sales, the
.fear of rate wars between several of
sue Klnlu carrying (uaus. aiiu
- the possibilities attending the miners'
. strike. The recent upward movement
has been fostered by continuous I avoid
able crop reports more than by any
material increase in present earnings,
and as several great systems have, in
order to secure a paying business, lieen
tempted to cut rates on corn from
western points, the tendency has l-eeii
to check the advance.
SooietliMig more than abundant i
. is necessary to assure regular irivi
dends, for with an inadequate dent:, n. I
a large surplus ineviia'i y dej.r. es
prices to a jiuiiit low e:i--a.'ii to ir-m
more than a moderaie i:ime!i;eirWifiii
first hands. Under (sin li i-titulilions l In
cutting of rates is pril:ili!r and the
paying of remmierM r dividends In
comes impossJiie. it limit mii'Ii divi
dends present quotas i lis for s.ix ks :md
Sonds cannot iiiaiiuaiiird. The
general freight agent ol western
trunk line gave the kevtotlie si:ii:iiiin
in a recent interview in saying: What
we need is higher prices for corn and
oats not larger crops.'
The anticipated outward movement
or gold nas not yet iiegun. and eastern
advices indicate that it is likely to lie
indefinitely deferred. Money in the
banks is obtainable at low rates on ac
ceptable security, and bank earnings
have become so meager that several
prominent Chicago institutions have
recently passed their dividends.
In wheat the course of t lie July fu
ture for several days caused some an
prehensions of a corner, but as the
market was not supported on the hard
spots, and was permitted to decline
sharulv whenever offerings lecauie
fairly liberal, operators soon lost inter
est in the deal and turned their atten
tion to the deferred futures. There is
doubtless a liberal short interest in
September, with nothing in the situa
tion at present to disturb it, and the
market in consequence rules dull and
Crop advices continue favorable and
threshing returns warrant a raising of
previous estimates. The last Thonian
report places the condition of winter
wheat at 81.5. indicating an approxi
mate yield of ?30.00u ocO bu, and of
spring wheat at 91.5. indicating an out
put of 229.0O0.uO0 bu. or a total pros
pective yield of 5Ti9.ixi0.000 bu.
Winter wheat millers have again re
duced flour prices and jobbers seem in
clined to reduce stocks to the minimum
in anticipation of lower prices and an
improvement in quality in the new
wheat stock. Harvest "is progressing
rapidly and satisfactorily and new
wheat will soon be in abundant supply,
the movement to market having al
ready begun in fair volume.
Foreign advices are somewhat con
flicting in regard to the Danubian pros
pects, but the tone of their markets does
not indicate anything serious in that
direction. The weather in France con
tinues favorable, and the prospects in
Germany are reported as the most
promising in twenty years. The world's
stocks are low, and as America's crop
promises to be of excellent quality a
satisfactory demand for a large share
of its surplus is anticipated.
As the present prices for futures are
based on the promise of an almost per
fect spring wheat crop any change in
the situation at the northwest would be
the signal for an advance. Any further
material decline would make wheat so
low that almost anything of a stimulat
ing nature would bring a sharp reac
tion. Corn is again attracting more atten
tion, and at times the interest mani
fested is greater than in wheat. The
unsettled condition of freight rates
tends to depress prices, but the fear of
crop damage in consequence of hot
weather and the want of moisture in
some sections is sufficient to incite an
improved speculative demand, which
frequently causes considerable activity.
The volume of speculative trade is
much larger than the frequency of
price changes would suggest. Receipts
for the season of the year are only mod
erate, and as prices are too low "to per
mit the profitable marketing of a large
amount of corn in cribs, the cutting of
railway rates seems to be the only way
of increasing the movement Exports
are still liberal, despite the unfavora
ble weather which renders some of the
corn arriving at the seaboard unlit for
Oats rule dull and featureless, the
supply being constantly in excess of
the demand. Shippers report that
eastern points seem to be filled up.
Hog product holds firm when the
tieavy receipts of hogs are considered.
flip marl-pt hpinrf pviilfnHv rnTitw'lifl
' The visible supply of grain in the
United St:i1pi mill (":in:il:i shows tlu
following changes for the week: Wheat
decreased 1.211. ):)0. bu, corn decreased
MSKM bu and oat? derease-1 fclT.ow bu.
WAXTKD Position a- t.teno,rra -her aii.l
tyjie uTiUT, -r will takctyjie writinK
work at'iiom? -M-ply at the Iii:moci:at :iuv.
WANTED Three tn0.1 nirn to soci--it i;.r
Industrial liisurai.tv' that pays f-i' k, h?
cii'.mt ninl di-ath hem-tits. ( all at Carr.-ii
Uousi Wedin-s-la Moriiinir from to l-a Ui.
FOi' S.YLfc Clioiei- b-.-.iMir.g lot 07 fret rn):it
by i-'.T I-vt 1,M v- L"e-U! on enst f-He of
Spanish sreet'b?twppn Williams-antjooi Iioj'e
struts. Api'Iy to St. Vincents Acaifniy.
WANTED bnlfeman to sell very t'OiupMe
lit:e or lubricating oils, iirrast-s end
pjirciaities. Liberal terms to proper ir.rtv.
Jewel Refining Co . Cleveland O.
FOlt KENT Tin- residn.ee ol tlie late Eleaz
ar Block, a ." room frame dwelling and ont
buildings with alxnit 1 -' acres of ground,
plenty of lrnit and good water. Applv to
H. P. Dkasb' Agent.
FARM FOR SALE Eighty acres inside the
city limits All tinder fence and in a hib
state oi cultivation. Will le sold in sections or
the whole tract, just r.s imn tiascr mar desire.
For farther information call on or "address
Michael Scherer, Cape Girardeau, JIo.
AGEXXS WANTED Fifty cents on each dol
lar; no experience cecessarv. Write for
sample copy. Address, The Catholic News, IS
Barclay St., New York.
FOR SALE A first-class Sorchnm mill, com
plete with evaporators. Will sell on easy
terms or will trade for hogs, eoru or a good
milch-cow. Apply at this office.
FOR SALE At a bargain, 2S volumes Bri
tanica Cvelopedia. For farther informa
tion call at this office.
In pursuance of an order of the
County Court of Cape Girardeau
county, Missouri, made at its ad
journed term, towit, June :21th, 1PSI'
there will be sold at the outh front
door of the court house in the city of
Jackson in said county on the inn day
ot August, ie(, at public auction,
the franchise, privilege and right to
occupy and use certain public roads
in said county subject to the conditions
provided by law and the orders of
said court, for the purpose of erecting
and maintaining a system of telephone
poles and wires lor a period of twenty
I2UI years, upon, along and across
the following public roads and high
ways in said county, to-.wit:
The public roads leading from
Jackson to Appleton by way of Oak
Uiage, from Jackson to Miller ville
from Jackson to Fruitland, Pocahon
tas, isbawneetown and New Well
from Jackson to Gordonville, Dutch
town, Allenville and Tilsit; from Bur-
fordsville to the Bollinger county
line west of Gravel Hill; from Cape
Girardeau to Egypt Mills; from Jack
son to Cape Girardeau; from Jackson
to Burfordsville and from Cape Gir
ardeau to the Scott County line. Such
franchise will be seld to the respons
ible bidder who will pay the largest
percentage, yearly,, of the gross
receipts derived from such occupation
and use; which shall not be less than
two (2) per cent of the gross earnings
during the nrst hve years of such use:
thereafter such per. centage shall be
increased to correspond with the in
crease in the value of the land thus
used. Such successful bidder, before
said franchise shall take effect, shall
give bond to said county, to be ap
proved by the said County Court for
the faithful and punctual payment
annually oi sucn per centage and tor
the prompt construction, completion
and maintenance of sucn telephone,
poles lines, system and exchange and
all other .conditions required by law
and the order of said court. Said
telephone exchange shall be located
at the City of Jackson. The telephone
poles snail be at least In feet nign
shall be set along the sides of said
highways so as not to obstruct public
travel along said roads, and the wires
shall be la feet above the ground.
Such telephone system and exchange
shall be completed and put into oj-er-
ation within twelve months Irom said
August 9th, 1897. The said sale will
be conducted by the sheriff of said
county and the clerk of said court.
Said court reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. Dene by order of
said County Court this 1st day of
jullO-5t William Haar.
Clerk of the County Court
Truatee's Sale of Eeal Estate.
WHEREAS, William A. Irvin and
Ella Irvin, his wife, of the county of
(Jape Girardeau and State of -Mis
souri, by their certain deed of trust
dated the twentieth day of May, 1X92,
and recorded in the Recorder's office
of the county of Cape Girardeau in
book V, of 1 rusts and Mortgages, on
page (our hundred and seventy (4 10)
conveyed in trust to the undersigned
trustee the following described real
estate, situate, lying and being in the
county of Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri, to-wit:
The northwest quarter (i) of the
southeast quarter () and the south
west quarter (i) of the northeast
quarter It) of section nineteen (19),
in township thirty-one (31 ) north of
range fourteen (14) east, containing
eighty lu acres less hve (a) acres
out of the southeast corner of the
northwest quarter (i) with the house
thereon, reserved by Minerva Penny
also excepting ten (10) acres hereto
fore sold by said parties of the first
part out of the northwest corner of
said southwest quarter as per their
deed to James A. Penn, dated the l"ith
day of April, 189I.
And, whereas said note has long
since become due and payable accord
ing to the true tenor, date and effect
of said note and remains unpaid.
Xow therefore, notice is hereby
given that I, the undersigned trustee.
at the request of the legal holder of
said note, and by virtue of the
authority in me vested and in pur
suance of the provisions of said deed
ol trust, will on
Friday, the Twenty-Third Day of
July, A. D. 1S97,
Between the hours of nine o'clock in
the forenoon and rive o'clock in the
afternoon of that day at the east
court house door iu the city of ( "ape
Girardeau, county of CaieGirardeau
and State of Missouri, sell said de
scribed real estate at public vendue
to me nijjnost milder, tor cash in
hand, to satisfy said dent and interest
expressed in said note together witl
costs and expenses of executing thu
trust-. hi.n"A!:i) II. Excei.manx.
All holders of niortaL'e bonds,
holders of stock in the St. Louis. Cape
Girardeau S: Fort Smith Railway
Company, (formerly the Cape Girar
ueau Southwestern Railway Com
pany.; and all holders ol chims
against said railway company, are
hereby nu'J'i'-d that the unu"r.:-ii.'d
have- oriuesi r. commit! oo far tu;r
posc of eifvetins a ivoruanina'ioi; o'
said railway company, in orcer to
protect tit!.- holders of bone- and claims
against said raihvay company, accord
ing to thi-ir re-siiective rights, and in
terests, and, all holders of such bonus
an.i c'nims are respectively requested
to deposit their said bonds and claims
with the Union Trust Company of St.
Louis, ana to sign trust agreement in
that bohalf with ilv? nnuerrdgwd com
mittee. . Claim- ia and about OapeGirtrdtnu
may ! deposited with Sturdivant
Hani; and receipts will be issued by
the Union Trust Company of t.
Ivouis. through said bank.
Gjx. A. Madill, I
LEOX J. ALBK!5T. Committee.
Edward Hidden. )
June 2. IS!'?.
Hare You Kidney Trouble?
A 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Kidney
Cure will prevent serious results from
this usually fatal disease. W. H.
Two Good Things.
"77" for Grip and Colds; Xo. 10 for
Dyspepsia. For sale by all druggists
25 cents. ;
Directory of Ik Princioal Business
The following is published daily fort 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.f
Xo. 3 Main St.
CHAS. J. HAMAX,
Boots and Shoes Exclus'-ly,
no Main St.
Cor. Main 6t Themis Sts.
P. H. DEMPSEY,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
Also Agent Str. Xew South.
J AS. McKEXNA & CO.,
Dealers in Hides, Wool, Furs, Etc.
Cor. Themis & Water Sts.
MRS. J. WARXER,
Haarig Meat Market.
Good Hope Street
J. MAPLE WILSOX,
Druj-vist and Stationer,
117 Main St
VOG EL & BRDXKHOKST,
Galvanized Iron House Fronts, Stoves
GEO. G. KIMMEL,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
102 Main street
THE NEW IDLEWILD,
Semi-weekly St Louis and Cape Gir
ardeau Packet Company.
Aug. Schivelbine, Prop.
"THE BEE STORE,"
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods.
Cor. Spanish and Independence street
R. G. RAXXEY,
Attorney at Law.
UNION MILLING CO.,
Full Roller Flour, Feed and Meal.
G. W. TRAVIS,
107 Main street
P. A. HOCH,
Furniture and Undertaking,
Xo. 25 Main Street
W. V. LEECH,
Xotary Public, Real Estate, Collecting
and Loan Agent Main & Themis
CAPE BREWERY & ICE CO.
Manufacturers of Pure Lager Beer
Extra Pale Bottle Beer and Ice
Made from Distilled Water.
The Mont Ptarceiwfiil Remedy ever dl9cor
ered, as II is certain In its cllccu and does not
blister. Bead proof below.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Tadmor, Ohio, Jan. 10th, 1933.
Dr. B. J. KanriLL Co.
Gents- I have been usioff yonr Spavin Cure
with remarkable success on a Riiiy-bone ol
long standing. It a fin re rare I lb ink
in almost every cane Yours tmlv,
1L C REYNOLDS.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
St. Locis, Mo., AprU 27th, 1S92.
Sr. B. J. KETOitr. Co. '
Gents I tried vour ' KESDAIi's Spatw tTRE.
nnd it hnd the desired effect. I used not quite
half a bottle of it. My horse had a Terrible
bpraiu on his lepr. Respectfully yours.
I-oRENCE WU.HF.fjt, the Baker.
Price S1.00 per bottle.
IR. 11. .1. KEN OA T.I, CO..
Kiio.litirvli I''alN, Vermont.
SI, J AM. RKI'-.'CT.tTH.
!'.. A. Haderjias re
moved her miiliuer.v store
i'rnra Spaniel street to 111
Main te and l::t;udlcd
tojifr s'oiv a
and Hair dress-
She lias experienced ladies
in these departments, and
she would be pleased to
have ladies call and see
Sam K. Uatis
LOAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY
House . lota and farms for sale. Bents col
lected and abstracts farniBhed. Office on Span
ish street. Cape Girardean. Mo.
W. G. POLACK,
Dealer in General Merchandise.
H. S. DEAXE,
Real Estate and Insurance.
102A Main street.
JOHX H. SAXDER & SOX,
Groceries, Dry Goods and Xotions.
Cor. Sprigg & Williams Sts.
GOCKEL & XICHOLS,
Star Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
VOG ELS ANGER & REYXOLDS
Hardware and Farm Implemnts.
One door S. of First National Bank.
G. W. BAHX,
! Wholesale and Retail Hardware,
i 10, 12 & 14 N. Main St,
F. H. VASTERLIXG,
Dealer in Dry Good and Groceries.
Cor. Broadway and Middle Sts.
JAMES B. DEXXIS.
Attorney at Law.
Cigars and Smokers' Articles.
38 Main street
I. BEX. MILLER,
Drugs, Books and Stationery.
5 & 7 Main street
EDWARD S. LILLY,
Hardware. Warehouse on Spanish St
33 & 35 Main street
E. H. EXGELMAXX,
Office at Court House.
Prescott House, (i Main St.
M. A. Scott, Proprietor,
Best Meals in the City.
COWGILL & YOUNG,
The Barbers, also Hot and Cold Baths
South Main St
DAVID A. G'-EXN,
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods,
Carpets. 27 Main Street.
Dealer in Dry Goods.Groceries.Boots,
Shoes and General Merchandise
E. C. WOODY,
Bet. St. Charles Hotel & Court House
DR. P. W. MURTOX,
Practical Dentist Office Sturdivant
Bank Building, Cape Girardeau, Mo
No. 1 Cures Fever.
No. 2 " Worms.
No. 3 " Infants Diseases.
No. 4 " Diarrhea.
No. 8 " Neuralgia.
No. 9 Cures Headache.
No. lO " Dyspepsia.
No. 11 " Delayed Periods.
No. 12 " Leuchorrea.
No. 14 " Skin Diseases.
No. 15 Cures Rheumatism.
No. 16 " Malaria.
No. 20 " Whooping Cough
No. 27 " Kidney Diseases.
No. 30 " Urinary Diseases
No. 77 " Colds and Grip.
Sold hy Druggists, or sent prepaid on
receipt of price, 25c, or 5 for SI.
Dr. Hcmphbets' Homeopathic Man-cal
or Diseases Mailed Feee.
Humphreys' Med. Co., Ill William St., N. Y.
M. A. Grissom, D. D. S.
t urner Themis and j punish Sts.
c.M'K Gin.iiDi:.r. , Missouri.
5?eth r;xtraer-jd Uitl?out pair?
By the Obtundins System of Painless
Dentistry 7W,tKi0 uirtieult operations
made painless annually by the mem
bers of the Obtunding- Dental Associ
ation. There is no difference what
ever your Hj-e is, or how feeble yoa
are: or if suffering from heart, lung
or nerve trouble, or how many teeth
you wish extracted any nnraber can
be taken out without bad effect. There
,'8 ijjlQ Pisonou9 drug to inhale or
k Collars, m
AdiI all other kind or eollu harncM, -
pies and bridles. All work Mir guarantee .
Alto dealer la BUGGIES, CARTS, Roadwag
onk and all kind ol vehicle. mavivy;
Cor. Broadwav and Spnjfjy Street.
F. P. STEVENS PROP.
The very best bread baked every
day and delivered to customers in
any part of the city.
Weddlna Cakes a Specialty.
704 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, Mo
M. E. LEMING,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Hough
CYPKESS, OAK AND GUM
CYPRESS LATH AND SHINGLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
shops, Cape Girardeau. .Mo.
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recojrnized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c and $i.oo
All diseases treated, best of trained
nurses in attendance. Address,
K. A. VOHBFCK, V. D.
No. 1315 Old Manchester Road.
St. Loris. Mo
F. W. VOGT,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, - - - MO.
Entire new stock, the latest Improved and
Dest uooKing ana oeatmgs loves in tne market.
All kinds of Job Work done in the best manna
and at moderate prices .
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty and work cnaranteed first-clasa
ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS
Fine Freight and Passenger Steamers
City of St. Louis,
City of New Orleans,
City of Hickman,
City of Monroe,
City of Cairo.
For Cairo, Memphis, Vicksburp,
New Orleans and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape Girardeau
every Thursday and Sunday.
For Cairo, New Madrid, Memphis
and all way landings.
Steamer leaves Cape Girardeau
every Wednesday and Saturday A. M.
For St. Louis, steamers leave 1 ape
Girardeau every Sunday and Wednes
day P. M.
For freight and passage address.
C M. Berkley, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Johx Bird. General Freisrht
St. Lo'iis. Mo.
baa demonstrate ten thousand
times that it is almost infallible
irreiralarities and derangemeata.
It has become the leading remedy
for this class of troubles. It exerts
a wonderfully healing, strengthen
ing and soothing influence upon
the menstrual orpans. It cures
"whites' andfallingof the womb.
It stops flooding and relieves sup-
pressed and painful menstruation.
For Change of Life it is the best
medicine made. It ia beneficial
during pregnancy, and helps to
bring children into homes barren
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, strengthens the whole sys
tem. This great remedy is offered .
to all afflicted women. Why will
any woman suffer another minute
with certain relief within reach?
Wine of Cardnl only costs 11.00 per
bottle at your drugstore.
For advice, in cam rtiruirinQ special Mree
fionj, add nrM. 0frn0 rvfnptomA the "Ladies'
Aivitori Drpartment," The Cltattamooga 3tat
icine Con Chattanooga, Tmn.
Rev. I. W. SMITH, Camden, 8. C, sari:
. -."Hi oil used nine of Carou! at horns
for tajllnf of Bit omD and It ntiralf
v - , , iiih n iiiiiLrfiJiE inEiflrprn
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Only 50 Cents a Year
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Men and Measures, for the People
Against the Political Boss, Pluto
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From theCarrollton (111.) Gazette.
The 8t. Louis Republic fooled no one in the
campaign that closed on Tuesday last. Its
milk and water support for Bryan waa very
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From the gpringflld (Xo. ) Chroni
cle. D. K. Frauds' ear-marks will crop out in the
.. Louis Bepublie occaasionly as long as he
owns that slice of stork.
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contains the best editorials in tbe Daily Post
Dispatch, Seort Stories, a helpful Woman's
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Who Attain Prominence. Political Cartoons
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ORDER AT OITCE
ST. LOIUS. MO.
The Best Brands of Flour. Com
modious Grain Elevator.
F. W. POTT.
CAPK GIKAKDKAU. : : : MO.
C. LINDEMANN & SON,
OF ALL KINDS.
White and Tellow nine, ltonlar. errnvts. oak.
gum, wslnut. ash and cherry. Also flooring
and ceiling all grades. Finishing lnmbor,
lsths. shingles, mouldings, window and door
casings. Window and door frames, all sixes
made to order on snort notice. Deiiverm any
where inside rf city limits.
Spaxish St. Cape Gieardeac. Mo.
Cape City Roller Mills.
Latest Improved Roller Process.
Having adopted the Roller Process, we are
now prepared to make flour of the finest grades.
A trial of our Roller Process Elour will con
vince von that it is the best Flour made Give
us a trial.
Broadway, - Cape Girardeau. Mo.
JOHN L.- ttJIXSR.
DEALER IS FIXE BRANDS Or"
Uipes aijd Qigars.
Thi lliiest paloon in the citv. yjeiiftl nttn
given to tiiejnn tra'ie. Fresh Car-'iwralv-ays
Between St, Charles HoM and Court House.
fill Kiijds 0 cr'n 5t?eap,
Ptctart-.- opieil and liared from any t-ini
pictnrws. Proofs shown and perfect picture
L. F. RUFF.
Union Trust Building- Corner "th ant!
Olive Street. St. LOCIS, Mo.
RECEIVERS AMD SHIPPERS
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