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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
TH6 Democrat Printing Go.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Oflle at Cape (iirardeau,
Mo., as second-class matter.
SATCT.DAY, SEPTEMBER 4. IS'.C.
l'oplar 15Iu:? is to haw ;i holm- for
r; il uttering t
around '!! dollar
caniin is at par.
Mi ICini-.. vi-.:;i.
pi'o.i-;ity; -;:i. I
here :iMi l! i-v a i :
tiie guot of
.McKinlcy wli! vi
: Fair w.vk. lie v.
the I'nioii League
Kx-t '(ii; i-.iii;tii A moli
having inael: li say aim:
C,..g:v.-..io".;..i r.. e but l.e
worn! just the same.
Uryan's big mouth continues to :o
off but the hurrahs for dollar wheat
and general good time- .-:aotlier- the
sound of the great apo.-tie of five
A rol l dollar and bushel of wheat I
will soon be partners
transactions. This happv
brought about by tiie
The Republican arty caused to be
stamped on the silver dollar In Cod
Ve Trust." and the Republican party
is goi.ig to see that th silver dolla
means j'.ist what its f;u-. says it !s
A San Frane'seo. ( ah. dentist has
refused to fix a woman's teeth who
went to his ol'irc dn-scd in hioonicrs.
If that woman wiil come to Cape CirJ
ardcau we have two or lluie (k :iti-ts
who will jump at the job.
A Keoly Cure
city the other d.i
tients here and lr
lioeior struck I.ms
lie found no pa-proreeii.-u
a patient of iiiu.-elf. He is
himseif in line shape for a f,
lions of t!i hi-chloride of fold.
lie has been c.'.i
wants to kr.ou
uniiver is at home.
a portion of his !is
ds constituent, tie
.viiat 1 e c in do ."or
drops in a feeler in
nn.. -c he
DeniiK'i alii- pa pers continue !o t.'1'Ott I
iiei'au.e the farmer is p'ttin.r a jrood
price for his wheat. They s-iy that
McKinley had nothing to do with
raisinu' the price d wheat. The same
kind of p: ople as these Democratic
editors kicked when Cod sen! his son
to the world to save sinners.
ihe t dito. of the lacksou Cash-Cook
is quarreling at the editor
son Yolksfivmid beiause
freund man eomidim -ntcd
of the .lack
Judges for issuing lieens
sun saloo::-. If ihe two
tors will It t tin: Jackson
ers alone they : iii take i
to the Ja.-k-Jacksou
arc of lil' l.i-
Tlley kiiieu a man down at Advai.c..
in SstudciurJ county last week. The
killing of a man in that county don't
create much of a sensation. Stoddard
is a rich agricultural county, but un
til more Republicans settle there the
present population will continue to
raise more h 11 to the square yard
than bushels of wheat to the acre.
What Stoddard county wants is more
school houses and fewer guns.
Here's another way to outwit the
law. A Wisconsin man, who had been
n millionaire, but was about to lose
his property for debt to despondent
creditors in the hard-fisted east, in
duced his wife to sue' him for divorce
on the grounds of cruelty. The di
vorse with alimony was secured, and
he immediately turned his proiierty
over to her in settlement of the ali
mony judgment. In a few weeks they
were remarried. Go north, young
An exchange says: Subscribers of
country pajiers often allow their sub
scriptions to become delinquent throuh
carelessness, and ytt feel insulted if
the pajier is stopped or a statement of
their delinquency is sent to them.
They do not expect any courtesy from
the metropolitan papers, but the
country pajiers are expected to come
ou whether they are nam or not. inis.
is an unjust exaction. Hecause he is
the editor of a country paper is no
reason why a man should carry you
year after year. The income from sub
scriptions to a newspaper is an im
portant item. Like snowilakes, they
are individually small, but when ag
gregated they pile up wonderfully.
They should be coming in every day
in the year. They must come if the
publisher pays his bills, which fall
due every month in the year.
The New York Sun has arranged in
brief and concise but expressive form
the true platform of the I'opocratic
party, to the following effect:
liesolved, J hat we denounce pros-
jierity attained under the fold stand'
a rd as a hypocrisy and false pretense
and a danger to the "toiling masses. '
Ilesolved, That on account of the
machination of the money power, we
are coujjx.'lled to choose between pros
perity with the gold standard and
calamity wilii !!, free, and nnliiaited
coinage of r-ilvir at the ratio of lti to
Ilesolved. Give us calamity and free
silver every time.
i An ii.ua editor cl;ii:iis that he has a
; copy of a Klondike paper called the
! Klontiilcc Lyre, which contains, amiil;
other things, the following mws items:
i ur esteemed tow iisinan. Hud Gravel,
j placed upon our desk yesterday a
! handsomely aiiapeil nugget. It wcigh
i eu luenty-seveii pounds. We have
I credited him three months subscription.
.Mr. C ravel, one of out- best citizens,
j is doing well, lie is one of the syndi
cate who intend mii-chas'ii:" a nuart
of w hisky soon The w idow Lar-
kin yesternay met with a misfortune
which, we are sure, will call forth the
sympathy of the public. During the
heavy rainstorm a regular torrent
rushed down the gully bark of i.er
house and washed so much .'old dust
into her pig sty that the pig was
smothered. A subscription lias been
started for her benefit.
Ionic fr'lynn. we understand, is har
boriuga Congressional bee in his bon
net. .Iodic is as full of wit as a Scott
county dog is fall of iicas. He is as
frisky as a little bull in !iy time and
he would make Prof. Yandivir a dan
gerous rival. As an orator be is way
I'ii in o. He can stand in the centre
of an audience ii.Ml lock every man ::i
the face within his hearing. He has
had experience in almost every avoca
tion of life, has this.loiiie Flyiiu. lie
is a line scholar. He waseducated for
a l'riest but a defective wheel in his
head disqualified him from the minis
try, lie has taught school, worked in
the lead mines, helped build railroads.
I per h
fool of himself i:,
and beim a d
i Ueral principles, lie iswei!
j 'or 'oiiyressinan Vaudivcr'.- :
I'l Villi is t';e:r
rt wa!:l t
Hay i'..ver ami
"broken up' by
famoiis Sjti eilie: 2
.Slimmer Colds :
7 '. J)r. ilumpiuv
News Service KxtcudcU.
The St. Louis Republic recently
made arrangements with the cable
companies, whereby direct news from
all the civilized world are received.
It now prints more authentic foreign
i.v'.vs ll.an any other paper andcontin
u. s to keep up ;:s record for publish
is g ail !iie home news. The outlook
f-..r 'he year is one id big news events.
f;': ueeeediny each other and they
w!i! Ik- highly interesting to every
one. Tiie price of The Republic daily
is -fli a year, or 51.50 for thrceinonths.
Tin." Tw ice-a-Wivk Republic wiil re
main the same one dollar a year, by
mail, twice-a week.
I curl-burn from excessive smoking-,
or from any other cause, is relieved
by the first dose of No. 1", Dr. Hum
phreys' Specific for Dyspepsia. 25i
All holders of mortgage ' bonds,
holders of stock intiie St. Louis. ape
Girardeau iV Fort Smith Railway
Company, (formerly tiie Cape Girar
dean Southwestern Railway Com
pany. ) and all holders of claims
against said railway company. a:e
hereby notified that the undersigned
have formed a cimmitt?e for the pur
pose of effecting a reorganization of
said railway company, in tinier to
protect the holdersof bonds. and claims
against said railway company, accord
ing to their respective rights and in
terests, and all holders of such bonds
and claims are resptvtiveiy requested
to deposit their said bonds and claims
with the Union Trust Company of St.
Louis, and to sign trust agreement in
that behalf with the undersigned com
mittee. Claims in and about Cape Girardeau
may lie deposited with Sturdivant
Hank and receipts will lie issued by
the Union Trust Company of St.
Ixuiis, through said bank.
Geo. A. Ma dill, f
IJ30X J. Al.HKRT. - Committee.
Kdwakd Hiddkx. )
June 2S, 1WT.
Mallard's snow I.lntinent.
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
bv Wilson Drug Store.
FINAL S F.TTLF.M ENT. Notice is
hereby given to all creditors and oth
ers interested in the estate of Charles
Allen. Sr.. deceased, that the under
signed administrator of said estate
intends to make final settlement there
of at the next term of the Cape Girar
deau Court of Common Pleas of Cape
Girardeau County, to be held at the
court hou9e in the city of Cape Girar
deau. Missouri, on Monday, Septem
ber 27, 187.
Trustee's Sale of Real Kstate.
Whereas, Anthony Schott and
Theresa Schott, his wife, of the county
oi cape uirardean, state of .Missouri,
by their certain deed of trust, dated
the twenty-seventh day of oventuer,
eighteen hundred and ninety-live, and
recorded in the recorder's office of
Cape Girardeau county, Missouri, in
book S, at paife four hundred and
eighty-six, conveyed in trust to John
H. Lindeinann the following real es
tate, situate, lying and being in the
county of Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri, to-wit:
All of forty-four and twenty-live
hundredths (44 25-100) acres, described
as follows: Kcing part of survey
nmnber .'52.'!.'!. conlirmed to James Cox.
and part of survey number 22S4 con
firmed to Robert Cibnoy's representa
tives, also part of the southeast frac
tional quarter of section number live
(.)). all in township number .'in, north
of range numix r l.'l east. Beginning
at a stone the southeast corner f sur
vey number i'!4. confirmed to .i.imcs
Cox, Jr., them-e north seventy-three
degrees, west eleven and tc:t-hun-dredths
chains to an ash ten indies in
diameter for a corner. Thence south
six degrees, west twenty and telwev
hundredths chains to a stone corner
from which an elm ten inch in diame
ter bears south thirty-live, east thir
teen links and a gum twelve liears
north sixty -eiuht. west twentv-ei;ht
links: thence south eighty-seven de
grees, cast twenty-two ami' thirty-hun
dredth:; chains to a stone corner from
which an ash twelve inch bears south
eighty-seven degrees east twenty-live
lmifs: thence north six degrees, east
sixteen and eighty-live - hundredths
di.uns to a stone corner from which
i white oak lifteen inch bears north
forty-live east ten links and a Spanish
oaK twenty-lour inch bears south
eighty-two west twenty-two links dis
tant, thence north eighty-four decrees
west eleven and forty-live hundredths
hams to the place of beginning.
Also hei-in at the southeast corner of
said survey two hundred and thirl v-
four: thence south eighty-seven d'e
rrecs. east seven chains to n stone for
a corner: thence north two degrees,
west six and seventy-one hundredths
chains to a stone, thence north ST de
grees, west live and thirty-three hun
dredths chains to a stone. thence south
twelve degrevs. w-st six and twenty
hundred i ti s cha i n s to the begi n n i n g: a n d
is tiie same real cstateacqnired by said
Anton Shott of .Mary A. Rolk by
warranty deed dated 'December tsth.
H'.ki. duly recorded in the recorder's
cilice of Cape (iirardeau county in
book '21. page .'ii'd.
Which said conveyance was made
in ti list to see:. re the" payment of the
of the promissory note fiiily de .-vi-ok-i!
in said deed of trust, and
Whereas, said note has ion--' since
heci.me d ie and payable a cording to
the true ten-ir. date a:..i effect c! said
no'e and re.iiair.:- nn id. and.
Wh.-i.as. b. ii. .-conditions of said
de d of trust i- i: also agricl that in
ease uf the absence, death, refusal to
act. or disability in any wis- of Ihe
tru-tee. John H. I.indeinann. to cirry
out the provisions of said deed (if
trust, then the then acting Sheriff
C.pe (iirardeau county. Missouri, at
the request of the legal holder of said
n te. may proceed to sell the property
iiereinii- lore described, in accordance
with sail! deed of trust: and.
Whereas, the said John II. Linde
mann. trustee, as aforesaid, refuses
Now. therefore. !. John H. Jenkins.
Sheriff of the county of Cape Girar
deau. .Missouri, at the request of the
legal helder of said note, and Iy vir
tue of the power and authority in this
emergency in me vested by said deed
and pursuant to the provisions of said
deed of trust, i will. i
Tuesday, the 14th day of September.
A. D. 1W7.
At the court house door in the city of.
Ca lie G i ra n
1 f:l II. I'li'lntc ill! 11 w I . 1 v,t-
vi .Missouri, between the
hours of 0 o'clock in the forenoon and
5 oV'ork in the afternoon of that day.
proceed to sell the above described
real estate, at public vendue, to tiie
highest bidder, for cash in hand, to
satisfy said note and interest, togeth
er with the costs and exjicnses of ex
ecuting this deed of trust.
JOHN H. JKNKINS.
OrdiaaiiCC SiO. 587. Tor a ,;riod of twenty ye-s. upon
j along and across the publu-o;ulsxid
An Ordinance repealing a part of 1 highways iri.'u the city of Jackson to
Oordinance Number 4:i.. ! the city' of iWJ Girardeau, via ihe
be it ordained by the Council of thet,lwB Jf (W.r.univil'.e. which mid rtvite
ity of CaK (;n-vrueau. Missouri, as j i3 described :vs follows:
follows: . liunuing f..-.jiu u-ar the 'imits of
SKcnwX OXK f Ij. I liat thai part of ! .U.-kson on the wet side M HubWe
Section 41 of Orcliuance N. 4!)5 pro- ( -,vvk t t;0lonvillo and thence on
viding for tue levying or a license tax the main .oiuLtt Cape Gira-rdeau.
on .Manufacturers of Cooperage is; Such francrise will lx; suld to 3he
hereby rejiealed. ; lvslK)nsible Wdder who will pity Ihe
.-s Ki Tlo.v 1 wi ) ( That that part of :lra,;St jn-nvntage yearly o! Uie grs
Sivtion 4! 01 Ordinance No. 4(1.. pro- j lvivipts derived fii.ni such oneupation
viduig ror the levying of a license tax.i and use: whit:1! sliull not be lass tian
on rrarehng Salesmen. 1 hereby re- j two 1H.t. nt of tho gross, earnings
pealeil. dm iug the livst five years ol such xse:
SKCTIOX 1 HKKK i 1 ). That that part thereafter such percentage sliaU b in?
section 41 of Oi-dmaii.it 4!.. pro-i L.Ivaatll to ..jrre.pond ' with the in-
vidmsr for the levying of St lui nse ta.v; t.,.ease in tK. valuu o tne Unti Uius
on brick Wds. hereby repealed. UScd. Such successful bidder shall,
SKiTtox I 01-K ! 4 ). 1 hat that part ; f,..anchise shall f vke effect,
of Si-ction .111 id irdinanco No. 4!i.. re- . ivu lKn(l toSilid ,-ounty, vh the sum
quiring a license tax on Manufacturer i u huclreil dollars, to h un
of Cooperage. TravelingSalesmen ani'
iricic 1 arils, is hereby repealed.
siiail lie in font; and
after its passage.
1 hi.- Ordinance 1
effevt from and !
Passed bv IheCoiinci! ibis Juiv 1!:4.
WlIJJ.VM II. I'OKKVKR.
President f the Coniwih
Ajiproved tills US st day of July. 1SHT.
(liKAL I WlLIJAM H- COKKVKK.
Attest: GK K. CHAI'PELL.
- City CWk.
FINAL SETTLEMENT. Xotiw is
hereby given to a)l creditors and
others interested in the estate of Henry
Meyer. deceased, that the nrdersignei)
administratrix with the will annexed
of said estate intends to mate final
settlement thereof at the next term of
the Cane Girardeau Court of Com
mon Please of Cape Girardeau county,
to be held at the court house in the
city of Cape Girardeau. Missouri, on
Monday. September 27th. 1"17.
A Warm Friend.
Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but
when diluted it is a warm friend in
deed to those suffering from bowel
complaint. It never fails. 25c. and
50e. W. H. Coerver, Druggist.
Trustee's Sale ol Real Estate.
Whereas, Anton J. Schott and
Threazy Schott, his wife, of the coun
ty of Cape Girardeau. State of Mis
souri, by their certain deed of trust,
dated the second day of August, eigh
teen nunureu anu ninety-rour ana re
corded in the recorder's ofilee of Cape
(iirardeau county, Missouri, in book
s, at page l.iv, conveyed in trust to
Iewis Hitt the following described
real estate, situate, lying and being in
the county of Cape Girardeau and
St?.te of Missouri, to-wit:
All of forty-four and twenty-five
hundredths (44 25-100 ) acres, described
as follows: Being part of survey No.
;:2-T! confirmed to James Cox and part
of survey Xo. 22?4 confirmed to Rob
ert Giboney's representatives, also
part of the southeast fractional quar
ter of section number 5 ail in town
ship number ( north of range number
KJ east, begimiiiu' at a stone the
southeast corner of su'-vey number
'S'A continued to James Cox. Jr..
thence north TJ degrees west 11 lo-ll'd
chains to an ash 10 inch in diameter
for a corner, thence south ti degrees
west 20 12-100 chains to a stone corner
from which an elm lo inch in diameter
bears south .'!5 east 1.'! links and a gum
12 bears north (is west 2s links, thence
south ST degrees tast 22 .'0-100 chains
to a stone corner from which an ash
12 inch bears south M degrees east 25
links, thence north ti degives east l(i
M-luo chains to a sione corner from
which a white oak 15 inch bears north
45 east 10 links and a Spanish oak 24
inch bears south S2 west 22'links dis
tant, thence north 81 degrees west 11
45-luo chains to the nlaceof beirinnini'-.
Also beginning at the southeast cor
ner of said survey 2.'J4. thence south
S degives east T chains to a stone for
a corner, thence north 2 degrees west
n .I-liHi chums to a stone, thence
noMh 87 degrees west 5 .'i-'i-lOO chains
to a stone, thence south 12 degrees
west i 20-100 chains to the beginning.
Which said conveyance was made
in trust to secure the payment of the
promissory note fully described in
said deed of trust, ami
Whereas, said note haslougsincebe
come due and payableaceording to the
true tenor, date and effect of said note
and remains unpaid, and.
Whereas, by the conditions of said
deed of trust il is also agreed that in
case ol the absence, death, refusal to
act. or disability in ;?ny wise of the
trustee. Lewis Hitt. to carry out the
provisions of said deed of trust, thi.u
the then acting- Sheriff of Cajie Girar
deau county. Missouri, at the request
of the legal hr bier of said note, may
proceed to sell the property herein
before described, in accordance with
said deed of trust: and.
Whereas, the said I-wis Hitt. trus
tee, as aforesaid, refuses to act.
Now. therefore. 1, John H. Jenkins.
Sheriff of the' county of Cape Girivr-
Missouri, at the request of t:
holdi r of said note, and by vir
the power and authority in this
::-.i rgi ncy in me vested by said deed
of trust, and pursuant to the provis
ions of said deed of trust. 1 will, on
Tuesday, the 14th dav of Scptcmbc:
A. I. is-i7.
At the court house door in the city of
CapeGirardeau.cfiunty of Cai"eGirar
dean. State of .Missouri. Ih twcen the
hours of o'clock in the ftut noonand
5 o'clock in the aftivnoon of that day
proceed to sull the above descrilied
real estate, at public vendue, to the
highest bidder, for c:-h in hand, to
satisfy said note and interest, togeth
er with the costs and expense- oi i-x-iciiting
this deed of triwt.
JOHN H. JKNKINS.
In pursuance of an wrder the
County Cwurt of Cape Girivvieau
County. Missouri, made at its ad
journed A-igust Term. 1MI7. to-wit:
0:1 the ninth day of August. l'.7, then:
wiil be sold at the south loo ot the
court house in the city of Jackson., on
the 2stii day of September. 1S!)7- at
public auction, tin; franchise,, nriviiege
and right to vecupy and i-.e certain
public roads in said county subject to
j llo conditiors pitivided by law and
I the orders u'. said court, fov the yur
j post; of eree'dmr and maintniuing. a.
, system of telephone poies -and wires
proved by the saiu County Court for
th.. (Mithfirl :inil impetus! n-ivmunt
11 ..f-n..h n.n'i.ntiurt nnli fn.
y. j)j.onijit conslruction. aomtion
and maintenance oi suets telephone.
r iKiles. Urn's:, system and esuhanjee and
all other nonunions reqiurea wr law
and the osder of said wurt." The
telephone poles shall be at least 1C
feet high, shall lie set along th sides
of said highways so as cot to obstruct
public travel along s:ii roads and
the will's, sha.ll Ix; 15 feet above the
ground. Such kdcphoB sysitein and
exchange shall oiiip'wtetl and putt
into oru.T.i witi.in -ls miuith from
said pl. uber 2Sih, 1'J7. Th.- said
sale will be ouducteil by the .-hi rifj
of said county and the clerk ol said
court. Said court resi vt the right
to reject, any and ail Isds. Done by
order of the County Court this tth
dav of August, W.l
a"ug28nl!i WILLIAM PAAB,
Clerk of the County Court,
Late corn is sutTering for th want
v 111 practice Id all the oorta led
all bnstreaa ontrnstefl to Dim.
" - y-C C-J-"'
Has the best line of Plows in
Ojuarantee or money refumii J.
Disc and Lever Harrows. Ct.-ir.e and seethe different Grain
Drills, Hoosier, Farmer's Friend and esptciallv ihe
New Superior Disc Dnli,
The latest invention of the 19th Century. Also carries a full
line of the. very best farm wagons. Old Kentucky and Clinton.
Our stock is complete to meet all wants in Mard'.vare. Iron,
Steel, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Lime. Cement, Plaster Hair,
Sash, Doors and Blinds, on all of which we ask yci: to please
call and iet price.-; before buying elsewhere, as we will save
you monev. Verv
One Door South First National
foaitry & i
The Western Poultry and Game Com
pany has opened a branch 'souse at Cape
Girardeau ana ww
casn ror an
Produce delivered a: the
first door south cf Boat
Sell your produce a
commission and sohrinka&e
us when in tcv. n.
REFFERENCE: Sturdivant Bank.
"INVtMCABLF. UNSURPASSARS R
WITHOUT A PEER,'
Writes a regular subscrilier, win has
read it for manjT years, of the Twice-a-wcek
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OF ALL. KINDS.
W liiif and yt-llnw l ie-, h .lar, r ii-sn. ,ak,
(tnm. walnnt. stli mid cIihtt. Aleo diwrinn
I tfil njr-all fira-lii. Kiiiit-liinf; lnmbor,
laths. ahin).'ie. niouliliiijoi, inlow m door
easirga. Window and door frame, all tizra
made to order on vbort notice. Ilelivered any
,wheie iosiderf city limita.
Spanish St, Cape Girakdeac. Mo.
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Prepared to do work on abort notice. Sooth