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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
Ttie Democrat Printing Co.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Enterml at thi- I'oft oflle at Cai Girar-li-an,
Mo., as fcecoiiii-class mattfT.
.1. H. Russell, the man who had PROBATE DOCKET
charge of the Jacksoa Populist paj:er List of Executors, Administrators,
r few weeks r.nd later Lean the nubli- uuaruians anu L urators who are re-
cation of the Hornet, skiped out last
week and left numerous creditors to
mourn his departure. Russell was a
hustler after money and he pulled the
lejr of several prominent men in Jack
son before he left.
II May Unas Much lor You.
Mr. Fred Miller, Irvinjr. 111., writes
till next April to start j that iie had a .Severe Kidney trouble
for many years, with severe pains in
- ; his back and also that ids bladder
SATURDAY, .ILLY 1VI7
The -rol.1 fields of Alaska have knock
ed tin- wind out of llillv lirvan.
daniier on the
The l'ostmastership at Dexter has
not yet been settled. The politicians
are however, hard at work.
was effected. He tried many so called
Kidney cures but with out any -rood
resuit. About a year ajro he lie-ran
use of Klecti-ie Hitters and found relief
put a at once. I'.lectric Hitters is esiicciallv
adapted to cure of all Kidney and
Liver troubles and often -rives almost
instant relief. One trial will prove
our statement. Price only' .TO cents
for larjre bottle. At Y. v. Haman's
Major John T Hittinjrer
Joseph has been appointed
General to Montreal.
We will take it all back. Southeast
Missouri is jroinj t: jr-t soim thin-r
from the McK'inley Administration.
The Poplar Bluff Ilepubli.ati editor
lakes it ail back. He say-the Repub
lican oliice holders of Hutiei- county
are treating him nicely.
They are appointinjr dead Republi
cans to Postmasterships in Tennessee.
Here in Missouri the live Republicans
can't -'ct to handle tin- mail bas.
Southeast Missouri is eoin-r to le
ivcojrnizcd at last. We are promised
one Consulship for the Southeast.
Hurrah for the McKinley Administration.
Tin: editor of tin- Poplar HI.: IT Re
publican says hi- (iocs no; publish a
paper like the !K:.!ir!i.vr. of course
he don't: it requires brains to run a
paicr like the I )K.V )i i:.T.
-luiie Alexander ih.ss o! this city
has been indorsed by the .Missouri
dek-jration al Washington for Consul
to (i la scow. Scotland. Mi- appoint
ment is almost certain.
A Newspaper Fakir.
J. H. Russell, the fake newspaper
man who landed here a short time a-ro
and cut such a dash, seems to have
skipped for -rood this time. He left
one nijrht last week about 2 o'clock a.
in., leaving his hotel bill and numer
ous other debts in Jackson and else
where unpaid. It is astonishing how
people will let scallawa-rs come in and
actually rob them in a way that they
can not brirnr the criminal law to bear
on the rascals. One of the men that
Russell brought here said that he be
lieved that in the short time Russell
was here he -rot as much as $2000 out
of the ieople in various ways. People
of ordinarily -rood business sense,
who would probably shy at some poor
but honest fellow whom they know if
he should ask for credit, credited this
fakir or went his stcurity in live min
utes for more than their poor but hon
est friend would probably ask for in
live yeais or in a life time. And these
I'-ilows wlien they wanted a little print
ing done -rave at least one of the well
established offices heretheeold should
er and rushed over to "our friend
Russell." Yet our heart went out in
sympathy for them 'in a horn) when
we heard that, they had 'x-en '-touched''
by "the smile that was childlike and
quired by law to exhibit their accounts
on the day and date below named, at
tne Au-rust term IWi, of said court,
to be he-run and held at the court
house in the city of Jackson, Cape
iiirarueaueounty. .Missouri, commenc
ing on Monday, Au-rust iith, 18!i7.
Monday, First Day, ArcsrsT Wth
Armstrou-r Albert, admistrator of
Leander l onnjr, deceased.
Allen Lorenzo J., administrator of
Jacob Allen estate.
Hirkmann Louisa, administratrix of
Herman H. 13irkmann: deceased.
Ran-rert Charles W., jruardian of
Henry Isenberjr, minor.
Bennett James K. Jr., administrator
Jchn Hitt, deceased.
Bruns William, executor of Caroline
TlKSllAY. SKIOND DAY, AfCfST
Clippard .lamest'., jruardian of Hnrett
Hatler. a minor.
Crump Louisa E., jruardian of F.tta
May Crump, a minor.
Daujrherity John W.. executor of Sid
ney Daujrherty, deceased,
l-'jririm.-.nn William, jruardian of Wil-.
liam J. Kjrpimann, a minor.
Knjrlish Henry R.. jruardianof Samuel
and Freddie'. Reese, minors.
Kvaus Susan F.., -ruardian of Dudley
Ford Albert C, -ruardian of Ruby D.
and Yenia L. Nations, minors.
Gratz Michael, -ruardian of Moritz
ore, a minor.
u f.uxksday. Third Day Arm-st
liajrer. Christian W., guardian of
Sanford Hunter heirs.
Hart Belle, administratrix of William
K. Hart, deceased.
Hinkle .1. L.. P. M. A G. D. Statler.
administrators of Lewis Hinkle de
ceased. Jones William II.. guardian of Xancy
Pro tier, a minor.
Kiepe Charles, jruardian of Charles
Lowes, a minor.
The next Gram'
should make it a
after the taxdodjrer:
ber of them in this-
can be captui-ed if ;h(
will do their dutv.
dutv t,i look
. We have a num
coiiiity and thev
The howl of the Democratic editors
is not so vigorous as it was a few
months a;ro The hum of the thi-a-h-injr
machine and the jingle of one
Hundred cents dollar.-, mak--hi-'rinjr
Cone-ivss iia ailjoiune.i a!id oiii"
Conjriessman wil! now rettirn home
and bein the work of h.-oki.-iir after
his fences. Some timber has been
falling across his fences ialcly ai tl it
wil! co-t Prof. Vandivi-!- eolisi h vr.ble
money to repair th-ni to keep the
bre.ichy politicians oi l of :."s four :eaf
The Illinois Central
the Cliieae.i ,v Texas
Jsaiioul io l
I Umversityof the State ot Missouri
Coi-fMHlA. .Yo., July IDth. ls'.(7.
io U Uliam Paai-, clerk of the County
Court of Cape Girardeau count v.
Fnder the provisions of section
X7:!.'!. Revised Statutes of Missouri.
ls'., your County is entitled to send
to the departments of the I.'niversilv
of the State of Missouri at Columbia
and Rolla, during the session endinjr
Junes, s-is. roiirtis-n students, above
the aire of l'i years.
The refiuiremen's for aiimission nm-
i be found in the 1,'nivei-sity ratalouirc
J fo;--tl'.e cu' rent year. For sruch cata
ilr.iie apply t.i the I'niversily
Registrar at Coiumbia.
Kxaiuirations of admission will In
jri'.vn at tin- I'niversity on Thursday.
Fiidav. Saturday and Mondav.
September !th, luth. Ilth and l.'Sth.
ireceilinjr the openin-r of the I'nivers
ity. The si-ssion ol all the depart
ments will licjrin on
Tl'KSHA Y, SKITK.MHKK Hth. 1VI7.
and will coiilinne until Wednesday.
June Sth. except that ol the
School of Mines and M.-ta 1 i ui-jr v.
railroad which 1 ,
I'mii-r ;hi provisions of an act of
I.ii- .Isth i;rlli'l-:i ss.!fi'i(v i
w.:! "ivetheC 'etitral adirect connection j( ounty is entitled to i free schnl..r-
wilh the Coito.'i Belt .-ystci... 'i'iie pian!" - P i'1 any uepartment.
includes lia- purchase" of :i.e lloii. k' Ample provision has Ih-cu made for
Ml-- eiincatioii and care ol vouii-i
m .io.- . i :- i . ,i , :. ,1...
roa-.l . extend ucs
ari! .ill lo Tia- ott
purcnase or i.-asi
Ira! it ma v interefen
s made in
(he i l,-
projt ct- d
eXlciisHili of 1
Illinois rail ro
l.e t 'hicao .V l ia:.tern
ad. .Yt. Y. i iion. (III..)
The excitement occasioned bv th
Alaska Lrold finds is rapidly spread- i
in-; through tin- leu-riith and breadth i
of this country, and many Americans I
are leaving daily for the yohl Ih-iiis, j
some of them wiih little money and no I
expirieniv. The opinion of theDF.Mo- j
t KAT is that unless a man is pretty
well healed linaticialiy that is can
'ak.' from 5'i.nn to .d(Ki in cash in
his pockets on the journey and is
thoroughly prepared to withstand, the
risrors of a lon-r and terrible, winter
and conditions of livin-r which are as
different from those of this climate as
You will piease, alter
weeks" p.-olieal-on to this
i ra usual to me. on or Itc l'or
1st. a list oi the ;:ames -i all tin
n-.iths of your County who intend to
make application for entrance into
he University at the commencement
of next session.
Hoard can be had in the I'niversity
lull at ifl.,.1 to ?. lM-r wi-U: tn
private families at -l.tKlfo s4.."jO.
Permit me to call your attention to
upet!ded extract from (he Statute.
Yerv trulv vours.
J. G. BAB 15.
Secretarv ol" the Board of Curators.
Kaiser t rederick. j-uardiannf Freder
ick Fassolt. a minor.
Kaminsky Fritz, jruardianof Ruby and
Herman Aufdenber-r. minors.
Koehler Frederick, -ruardian of Wil
liam B. Glaise. a minor.
Tl! i'KSI'A Y. Fol'KTH DAY. AriifST
L:injr Mary. ('.. jruardian of William
K. Laiijr heirs.
Louney John R., "liaidian of Harry
T. Hitt. a minor.
.". iller Mollie C.. jruardiati of Charles
J. Miller, a minor.
McLain John W.. -ruardian of John
Curtis McLain. a minor.
McLain John A., jruardian of James
Mi-Dowel i heirs.
Moll John, -ruardian of Lulu C. Moll,
Miller Jasper W.. executor of Henrv
II. Miller, (hveased.
Nairel Aujrust. -ruariiian of Au-riist
i-.mmei-mann, a minor.
I-KiiiAY. Fifth Day. Ana sr b'TH.
IVterman G. W., -riu-rdian of SjK-ncer
i'eteriiian G. 'A', ami J. L'tiarilian
of John P. ! e'erman l.eirs.
Probst DiueUe. administratrix of
John Probst, deceased.
Ouinn Iltijrh 1... jruardiaq of F.rnst
and Nona II. Ford, minors.
Rolierts Wm. J.. jruardiai. of Clyde
H. and Ycrnon .1. Petty, minors.
Schlatter Andrew If., jroa-vdian of
Bernard Bitter, insane.
Schlue'cr Andrew H.. jruardian of
John S. I Vie heirs.
s tjr.-i- Henry, iiuamiau 'f riliz
Sprin-i r. a minor.
siATFUI'AY. SlXT.i DAY. ArufsT
Strong iilam M.- ailm;nislrair of
Satli'-el A. Stror.e. deceased.
Sanie- Julius. nurdian of l-Y,aard
R'.ippvl. a minor
Tiischholi Charles'. jruardiax of
ilv Wolfenkoehh-T heirs.
Wi'iteck Frederick II.. jruardian
W. and K. T. Bears, minors.
Williams Harrison It., -ruardia-i
Irene B Williams, a minor.
Attest: l'ist:i'ti Kokhlf-U..
.i;:dre of Probate.
Order of Sale of Scbool
WHKRKAS, on the fourteenth dav
of November, I5'.i.", Andrew N. Mc
(iuire borrowed of the county of Cape
Girardeau in the State of Missouri,
the sum of six hundred dollars belonjj
injr to the Capital School Fund of
said county: and whereas, in consider
ation of the premises, and to secure
the payment of said sum of money
when the same should become due. on
the fourteenth dav of November. 1S!H;
the said Andrew X. McGuireand Ellen
McGuire. his wife, executed and
ueuvercu io saiu county, lor tne use
and benefit of the said School Town
ships and County School Fund their
certain mortjrajre deed whereby thev
conveyed to the said county the follow-in-r
described lots, tracts or parcels of
land, lyin-r, beinjr and situate in the
ounty of Cape Girardeau, State
Ail of subdivision ten (10) and
eleven (11) of lot number six (li) in
ranjre "C" in Cape Girardeau Citv
described as follows: Hejrinninjr
thirty-eijrht (.) feet five (.) inches
east from northwest corner of said lot
number six () in ranjre 'C.' thence
runninjr east alonjr the iniblic square
sixty (iiu) iiw, tnence south one hun
dred and eijrht (IP) feet to an allev.
thence west alon-r said allev sixtv
(il) feet, and thence north one hun
dred and eijrht ( 10s) feet to the place
oi ocjrinninjr, on tne south line of the
public square, liem-r the same realty
conveyed by Katie M. Carroll and
Richard Carroll to said Andrew "V.
McGuire bv warantv deed dated
And whereas it is stipulated in said
mortjrajre that if default should be
made in the payment of said sum of
borrowed money, or the interest there
on, or any part thereof, when the same
should bectt me due and payable ac
cording to the tenor and effect of the
said bond, then the then actinjr sheriff
of Cape Girardeau county aforesaid
should, without suit on said mortjrajre
deed, seli at public auction, to tne
hijrhest bidder, for cash in hand, the
above described real estate upon jriv
injr twenty days public notice of the
time, terms and place of sale. And
whereas, the countv court of Cape
Girardeau county, by an order made
and entered of i-ecord on the twenty
ninth day of June, P!i7. doth liiid
that default has been made in the pay
ment of said sum of money, accord in jrio
the tenor and effect of said bond, and
that the said Andrew X. McGuire is
now indebted t. the said countv for
the use of said School Townships anil
County School I-und in the sum of
six hundred and seventy and eijjht
hundredths (li7H !S-(ii)j d'ollars prin
cipal and interest due and unpaid on
said bond. And. wh-ivas. it was both
ordered and directed by said court
that the sheriff of CajK- Girardeau
county proceed to sell trr said real
estate above described, upon the
terms, conditions and stipIatioi.s set
forth in said mortjrajre deed, accordinjr
to lav.', now. therefore. I. John 11.
Jenkins, sheriff of Cape Girardeau
countv. state aforesaid, bv virtue of
le flre fill Busy
Marking down goods for our one price cash system which will
be in force after August ist, 1897. All our summer goods will
be sold at greatly reduced prices, for the purpose of moving
out all unseasonable goods and make room for the best stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, - - -FurnishingsrSJioes,
Curtains and Window Shades
Ever brought to Southeast Missouri, which will be sold at
lower prices than at any credit store in this town or the
surrounding country. We have a good assortment ot
Men's, Boys and
left that we are selling out at cost.
Please bear in mind that we will be the leaders in stylish,
seasonable goods at the lowest possible cash prices from which
there will positively be no deviation. Goods are marked in
plain figures one price to everybody.
DAVID A. GLENN.
-aid order of .-aid countv wrt.
bv authority in me vested
mortjra-ie ded. will, on
W.-dnesdav. the Kijrhtecnth Day
At the south front door of ti court
hou.se, in the city of Jackson.. Can
Girardeau county, Missouri, between
the hours of V o'clock in the forenoon
and .") o'clock in the afternoon of that
dav arvl durin-r t lie session of the ( ircuit
Court, offer. aS public sale, to the
hijrhest bidder, for cash in haad. all
the riirlit. title, -laim and intei-st that
the said Andrevr X. McGuire an ! Kilt a
McGuire-had in ind to the a ! de
scribed ei-.ll estav.
.Infix H JoNKINN,.
OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Commencing Monday, July 12.
We offer in every department without re
serve, balance of our spring and summer
goods at SUCH PRICES as will INSURE THEIR
IMMEDIATE SALE It will be largely to your
interest to attend this special sale. WE
QUOTE NO PRICES IZUT GUARANTEE THEM
TO BE LOWER THAN ANY COMPETITOR. An
impartial examination will full make good
our assertion. Most respectfully,
THE BEE STORE CO.
Poaltry 5 Game
In pur-sance i-f
County Court iv?
iolii-ned tel-u. tov.t
'.here will In
iii'tli-r wf thi
Cape ( ;ira.'!i'eail
made at Us- ad
June -J!)th . 1!17.
old ji'i the -outh front
living two j
mon I Me;:
"rder of Publication.
The Secretary of the Hoard of Cura
tors shall cause to Ik- transmitted to
the Clerk of each County Court in
this State a certilicate statinjr the
the cumber of pupils that such county
is entitled to send to the State lni-
versity the next scholastic year, which
! certificate shall lie published by each
! County Clerk for two w:-eks in a news
i naiier published in such County, the
lijrht is from darkness, he had best , expense theivof to he allowed by the
stav at home. There is undoubtedly County Court and paid for out of the
wealth to be made in Alaska, but
where one succeeds a thousand will
fail, and the road to fortune will be
strewn with corpses.
A colored exhorter enlarjjin-r on the
impossibility of rich men jrettinjr into
Look at I.atherus: When hewn,
on de airth he axDiwees fcrde crumbs
dat fall from his table. Kn what did
Diwees do ter him? He called his do jr.
Moreover, en sick him on Latherus.
Lathcrns put up a party- -rood lijrht,
but de dojr licked him; Den. Diwees
wuz so mad dat he took a lit en died
en when when he wake up he tin' him
self in hell tire' en he look troo desky
lijrht en see Latherus en Father Abra
ham in a hujjrjrin' match: en he called
ter Latherus ter turn on de water en
he'd pay de bill. Kn what did Lath
erus say? He des lean over de banis
ter en holler out: 'Go 'lonjr, man, en
shet yo' raouf. De water wuz cut off
on de tenth. Milk en honey is de bes'
l'ersons desirinjr to enter the State
I'niversity at Columbia, or Kolla. are
required to make known to me their
intention on or before Septcrnlier 1st.
1S!)7. WILLIAM I 'A Alt.
Clerk of ihe County Court of Cape
Girardeau rr-.::.ly. Mo. jull7-2'
nili c lur t ree -scliolurshtr to the
Notice is hereby sriven to parties de
sirinjr to beapplicants for free scholar
ships to the State I'niversity of Mis
souri, that competitive examinations
will be held at the Court House in the
City of .lackson. conimencinjr Monday
Aujrust 2d. ISH7, and continuin-r until
all applications are disposed of. The
Hoard of Kxaminers will consist of
l'rof's Tom K. Joyce, Laf. Caruthers
and Willis Carlisle.
Clerk County Court.
Jackson, Mo.. July 20, IS97."
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
There is no pain it will not relieve,
no swelling it will not subdue, no
wound it will not heal. It will cure
frost bites, chiblains and corns. Sold
by Wilson Drujr Store.
Girardeau Court of Ci.fii
' ithin and for the covjilv
of Cape Girardea-i and State of
IN" V.UWTIOX. July 2s. ls'.)7.
Nancy Kildin-rton. I'laintiff.
Hai ry Kildinjiton. l)i-fcndanl.
( h-der of rnlili-ration.
At this day come tlx- Plaintiff l.i-rv-in.
by her Attorney hetore the Clerk
of the Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon 1 'lea- in vacation and liles her
iVtition ar,d Allidavit. alU-jiinjr. animtr
oth-r thinjrs. that Defendant. Harry
I jiilinjrtoii. is not a resident of the
State of Missouri. Septemlicr ttriu.
W hereupon it is ordeivd. bv tlie
clerk of saiu court, that said ile'end
ant lie notified by publication that
plaintiff has cominerw-eda suit aadnst
of divoise from the bonds o( matri
mony contracted lietween plaintitl and
defendant on the -rrounils of abii.niUn:
meiit and indienitit.ss renilereil plaintiff
as to rcniu-r her condition intolerable,
and that unless the said uc'emlant.
Harry Kddinjrton.l-and apjK-ai-at this
court, a' the next term tnermf. to lh-
The Western Poultry and Game Com-
a.!oiijr and ki-os'
door of the court 'ioiise in the i-it y of..
! -lackson '.n said e.ninty on the 'Jtli day
!.. -.i,,.iir IS'iT ,i). H.. -i Li..if..ti f
lue Iran. pri'-M.-je and ri-xat in-. I . U U U i. r
m. iijiv an. use . rtain public 1 oads ! Met' if ' JyiC-!ieU X kIctllll IIUU&B dl Ud(JU
insi.'icoui.'. s.ii.'vttotheeoii.iit...,.si Girardeau and will pay highest market
li.': " in cash tor all Poultry, Game and
and inainta'tioie usvteni of tcVaphont I
poles and wires ,-. 3 period o.tweatj j
the followiujr puU'j'ji- roiid-
ways in s;iid coutiSy. to-wit:
The publii' n ids leadin-r; frm
Jackson to Appiet'on by way i fak
IliiiL'e. fruLi. .!ac'soii ii MilVrviU-:
ii-oui Jaeks:ii to -if'ruitiand. 1 "vca hi
Sas. Shaw 1111 ton a and New Wl!t
(rom .Ia--liMn to Gordonville. DuU-h-town.
Aileuviiie mI Tilsit: fi-rn Hur
iordsvillo to lb- HollinL'ei- (o-uisty
iine west tf Gravel Hiii: frvm Cape
Girardi-av N. t'jrypt Mills: fr-m. Jsw-k-son
to Car.- Giririlesiii: f roli Jaeksoli
! tn Uurfoi-lfviliv and from Cape Gir
Uirdeau to th- Srfitt County 'ine. Such
! franchise will 1st sold to the vepons
i ible bid im who will pay l.-ie hi-jrest
ell rii- ..i
uountry froauce aenverea at tneir house,
first door south of Boat Store on Levee at any
Sell your produce at home and save
commission and schrinkage. Call in and see
us when in. town.
. L. H. Gillilan,
REFFERENCE: Sturdivant Bank.
his court, the obiect and I li'l'ccnt.-viie. yearil 01 T.ne ross
f which is to iditain a '.L-iMve receipts, deriveii from such occupation
and ust- whii-b shall not I less than
two (2' per cent tf the rrc5-earninjrs
durinjr the !irt live years tE such use:
thcrea it'.-r such j-r centa.i:e shall lie
increased to correspond -ith the in
cri'ase in the value of t"s- land thus
used. Such successful bidder, before
said franchise shall tak effect, shall
U'-run and holden at the court house. 1 jrive bond to said couuSy. to tie ap-
in the city of Capv tiiranleau in said j proved by the said Co-ant y Court for
county. 'm the 27th day of September I the faithfal ami pnac'.iia! payment
next, and on or before' the foiirih day ! anccr.liy of such per eentaye ami iir
of said term, if the term shall so lon-rllhe pr ompt const nn-tion. . ..iiipietin
continue and if not. then on or before and maintenance ih such olepaost,
the last day of said term answer or
plead to the petition in said cause, the
same will lie taken as confessed, and
judjr;r.ent will he rendered accordinjr-lv.
And it is further ordeivd, that a i des shall be at
copv hereof be published, accordinir ' shall be set alonjr
to law. in the Cape
I'KAT, a newspaper published in the
county of Cae Girardeau, Missouri,
for four weeks successively, the last
insertion to be at least thirty days be
fore the commencement of the next term
of this court.
A true copy from the record.
K. H. KXCKLMAXX,
M)les Hues, system ;inu -. aa a:e ami 1
ill other corulitloiks reqr.i mi dy :rv
and tile older of saiii coi;. 1. Said
telephone exchange shall be located
at the Citv of Jackson. The telephone
least Ki feet hl-rh.
the sides of said
Girardeau Dkmo- ! highways so as not to obstruct public
Two Good Things.
"77"' for Grip and Colds; No. 10 for
Dyspepsia. For sale by all drujrgrists
travel alonjr said roads, and the wires
shall lie 1") feet above the jrround.
Such telephone system aud exchange
shall be completed and put into oper
ation within twelve months from said
Aujrust uth. 13!7. The said sale will
be conducted by the sheriff of said
county and the "clerk of said court.
Said court reserves the rijrht to reject
any and all bids. Done by order of
said County C-ourt this 1st day of
jniio-iit William Paar.
Clerk cf the County Court.
Wriu-s a rejrular subscrilicr, who has
read it for many years, of the Twice-a-treek
ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT
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