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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every SaturaiCby
The Democrat PrtatMco.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offle at Cai- Ciirardean,
Mo., aa second-class matter.
SATURDAY, SE1TEM HER 10. lw
c forge m. milky.
G. C. THILF.Xir.S.
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For Circuit Clerk.
C. F. BETTEX.
WILLIAM PA Ait.
DR. A. D. BLOMEYER.
Common Pleas Clerk.
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Presiding .1 :i L' '!
County J ml ' Fir.-! Di-trict.
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County . I ml ifi . Second iis,:-i'-t.
F. B. MF.Y Kit.
TUoMAS .1. iS.W!'.
M. P. kirksey.
i'.. s. miller.
JOHN C. SNIDER.
For Circuit 'c-rk,
r. m. morgn.
For County Ci-rk.
For Common Pleas Clerk.
JOHN Y. HUFFMAN.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
For Probate .! m!",
A. X. !F.'F..
F..1- Pii -.'niiii' J'.idye,
For County ! udge First District.
jamf.s a. bowers.
For County .5 udne--Second Pi-tricl,
PR. .1. V. 1TTRELL.
An exchange has the following to
say about cigarettes: "A cigarette is
a roll of paper, tobacco and drugs
with a small lire at one end and a dam
fool at the other. Some of its chief
enjoyments are condensed nightmare,
cancer of the lips and stomach, spinal
meningitis softening of the brain, fun
eral processions and families shroud
ed in gloom. There are plenty of sub
jects however who are willing to
undent- the same trial of such a tri
vial n;if re for the sake of cheap man
The Itepublicans in this Judicial
Circuit have no show of electing a
straight out Itepublican for Circuit
Judge but the chance is now ripening
for them to form a combination with
the Democrats who are tired of Judge
Riley and place the name of an inde
pendent Democrat on the Itepublican
ticket for Ciicuit Judge. We have
heard the names of several prominent
lawyers mentioned in connection of
this kind of ticket. Among those
mentioned Hon. Linus Sanford of this
county has lieen suggested as the man
who would be strongest before the
The Filipino delegation of business
men who appeal to the L'nited States
for annexation undoubtedly voice the
aspirations of the majority of the
foreigners in the islands and of most
of the intelligent natives. All the is
landers, of course, foreign and native,
intelligent and unintelligent, are op
posed to a return of Spanish rule, and
as all of them, or nearly all, would
prefer United States sway to that of
any other government, the popular
movement in the islands for American
annexation is likely to take practical
shape oon. In this particular piece
of territorial acquisition the "consent
of the governed" theory will not be
I violated. G lobe-Democrat.
..Jen are like hogs, however distaste
ful this may sound to hogs. Where
one hog gets an ear of corn everv oth
er hog v. ill trot along behind and
si,ueai ami squeal anu ueg, ana is
ready for a bite, but just let the hog
get Lis head fast in a crack and every
son of a sow will jump on and tear
mm to pieces. Just so with men. As
long as a man is proscring and has
money he can't keep friends otT with a
baseball bat. The moment he is un
fortunate and his wealth is gone, he is
not only snubbed !v former alleged
friends but they begin to do him all
the harm possible. When a man
starts up grade the world falis behind
and pushes, but when he starts down
grade the world steps to one side and
greases the track. Macon Democrat.
A man can ! a It publican
being a u-d fool, but v.-e don'
about the other politics.
The month o' Xovei-i'--r
month and the ih day o!
will 1m- a cold day Tor the
of Cape C'rardeaii county.
The I N-p'ihlicri!: candidates if th's
county have no can-- 'o K- uneasy.
They will ;.ll he elected if th 'V make
no had breaks lictween r.n-.v iiM'lthe
da v of election .
One by one the little
rats are deserting the old
ship in this county. One
Democratic candidates ar.
e." Olio the
The Democrats -are not satislied
with their county ticket. They put up
the. best job thed could with the ma
terial ihcy had at hand and still thev
are not satislied. The ticket is a weak
one and thev know it.
The Dkmch.-K.VT is twenty-two years
old and it Is its own boss. It will
hereafter say what it pleases in poli
tics and vote for the candidates that
suits it lwst.
The Jackson Cash-1 took accuses a
Itepublican candidate of discriminat
ing against the Cac Brewery. We
don't believe a word of it. The Ke.
publicans ace for home rule, home in
dustries and home government.
Some of the young Itepublicans who
are boasting about the patriotism of
their fathers had better read up a little.
We know when some of their fathers
bolted the Itepublican ticket and voted
Ex-Congressman Arnold was in the
city last week, iur. Arnold is not a
very large man but he carries a larger
head than anv man who has oeen
sent to Congress from this District
since Robert K. I-ee surrendered to IT.
Two of the Democratic nominees for
county offices W. II. Coerver, for
IVesiding Judge of the County Court,
and Will Cannon, for County Clerk,
have .tendered their resignations as
the nominees. It will not be easy for
the Democrats to find men to take their
It never pays a defeated candidate
lonnua-anu suik. ii uoes nun no
go;d to ! spiteful and vindicative to
wards his fortunate rivals or those
who may have opposed him. The ex
hibition of an ugly spirit by the can
didate after defeat will convince peo
ple that it was the pro)cr thing to de
feat him. it is certainly a proof that
1I man is not wos-ed of that cjuiposc
of mind and serenity of temper neces
sary in a servant of the whole jieople.
Tii..- Iietter way for the unsuccessful
a-pirant is to commune with himself
and seek, as far as possible, the rca
s iiis for his defeat, in this way he
may fortify himself for future campaign-.
The jx-ople do not take kind
ly To ihe growler and the kicker, but
they admire the man who accepts de
feat in the proper spirit.- -Arkansas
There is a revolt against billboard
advertising in St. Paul. The dispatch
of that city says.
With two more years of uninterrupt
ed industry on the part of the bill
board vandals the passenger on the
iiui'i-uriian car migiu easily imagine
himself making a trip across the
prairies of North Dakota, with a high
ly ornamented snow shed on each side
as the only scenery visible from the
ear window. Shut in thus from all
view of the scenery, the passenger
could give himself over to silent medi
tation, or possibly to earnest and re
verent maledictions upon the h -ads of
the ollicials who permitted the nuis
ance. In the administration of theaf
fairs of a great city, the pleasures,
and often the interests of one class.
clash with those of another: but here
is a nuisance that might be abated
without injury to any one--not ever,
to the firms that advertise on the
'architural" abominations that mar
the lanyscape along the line: for sur
ely no one would go out of his way to
purchase goods of a firm that contrib
utes to the maintenance of these un
sightly obstructions to the view.
Journal of the Proceeding- Adjourn
ed Ueeular Session. (Official.)
Council Chamber City of Cape Girar
deau, Tuesday evening, September
The Council met in regular session
as per adjournment, Mayor William
H. Coerver, President presiding, with
the foliowing members present:
Messrs. Kage, Kimmel, Itegenhardt,
Absent, Messrs. Rlomeyer. Given
On motion of Mr. Kage the reading
of the Journal was postponed until
Petition, R. B. Oliver, J. M. Wilson.
A. C. Vasterling and K. H. Kaly, ask
ing that X'orth street from Sprigg to
Pacific street ie graded and graveled,
read, and on motion ol .Mr. Kage re
ferred to the Street and Wharf Com
mittee, to report at next meeting.
Mr. Blomeyer and Mr. Givens ap
Icared in their seats.
t'etition lioard Education, for per
mission to take earth from Merri
wether street to repair dam on south
side of Lorimier Public School
grounds, read and on motion of Mr
Kage prayer granted.
The following reports from City
officers, for 'August were presented
and read, viz:
C LLKCT K'S KKPOiJT.
(Collections for August)
From taxes years l9.'l
to lS'.CT, real and per
From interest on same
From advalorcm dram
Dramshop -f 4"0 DO
Vehicles .-. 00
Insurance Companies. FtO 00
Insurance Agents It) 00
Steam Laundry 5 (H)
Lumber dealers 10 00
Bill Poster 10 00
Wood and coal yard.- 10 00
Shows 10 00
Hawkers 10 00
Manufacturer 10 00
From street improve
ments. Middle street
between Good Hope
and Morgan Oak Sis 2." s."
From interest on same .17
From Xew City Ceme
tery Lots 7 00
$ :to4 44
Number of casts tried two (2)
Lxeeutions No's. 1117 and HIS
Fines assessed .", (
Police Judge's fees 2.1
Marshal's fees 11 It)
Attorney 's fees 2 00
Police fees 2 00
Witness and Jurors.. 12 .10
Total lines and costs. .
Settled in open court
MAKSH.VL S KKI'OKT
Kxcciitions No. 1 MO, . I uly, satis
fied by cash ftli
Kxevutions X". 1117 August
satisfied by cash :!.:
Execution No. 1IH August un-
satisiiet! .1 (Ml
.vrorroK's i:ki'i :t
Balance in Treasury
From C. llir.-ch, coll..lo7'.) s
From J. A. Wehcr.
marshal 4-i o."
From II. I. Pemosev.
Port Warden 00 On
From IIv. Vasterling,
Warrants paid by
Interest coupons paid
Bal in trj.is. Aug. :U .
STKKKT COM. KKI'OKT.
F.xpcnded for teams
streets of the city for August, viz:
Teamsters 271 N.1
Laborers 207 115
For what purpose:
Grading Williams street ( com
pleted) 9 i,s oo
Grading Good Hoik- street
(not completed) 20 .10
Local repairs, other streets. . . ,s mi
Itucklen'H Arnica salve.
The best salve in the world for cut. ,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains. corns,and all skin erup
tions.and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteedto give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at
W. C Human and all Drug Stores.
Have u Had tlie irlpf
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
$ 47'.' .".!
KIHK CIIIKK'S IiElVUT
One regular drill on the loth. Mem
bers present, ten. Due mcmlors for
SKXTOX S KKIMKT
Said officer reports amount expend
ed for cleaning and grubbing old
cemetery grounds. ?20.00: and that
the new cemetery should be cleaned in
On motion of Mr. Kage, said re
ports excepting those of the Police
Judge and Marshal, were received,
approved and ordered filed, and the
clerk instructed to issue warrants on
the proper fund, in favor of the
several parties and for the amounts
due them under said reports.
Reports of Police Judge and Mar
shal, were on motion of Mr. Blomever.
ordered returned to the respective'of
ficers for correction, and return by
Report of Inspector of Oils read and
Report of street and Wharf Commit
tee on ietition of property owners on
Ellis street, referred to said Commit
tee at last meeting, was read.
Mr. Kages' motion that said report
be received, concurred in and ordered
filed, excepting that part of said re
port recommending the grading and
graveling of that part of said street,
from Themis to Broadway, was lost.
A motion by Mr. Blomeyer to re
ceive and file said report prevailed,
and it was so ordered.
The Street Commissioner submitted
report of completion of graveling
William street from Sprigg to Pacific
street bv J. H. Linclemann in accord
ance with his contract.
Said report was by resolution of
Mr. Kage received, and ordered filed
and the work accepted, and the clerk
instructed to issue warrant in payment
of contract price in favor of said J
City Engineers report of the jost of
construction of William Street from
Sprigg street to Pacific street, gravel
ing, including names and front feet of
property owners on said street, was
read and on motion of Mr. Kage re
ceived and approved and the eU-rk in
structed to apportion and assess the
cost of said work according to law
Several bills, from members of the
Fire Department, for services claimed
as rendered, were read and on motion
referred to the Fire Chief.
The following bills were presented
John A. Welier, marshal salary
etc S.M or,
Fred Brunke, Street Com. salary
and boarding prisoners :iii t
J. B. Nesmith, City Engineer
surveys, etc .'!0 00
H. S. Oaks, assisting City
John Kobh assisting City Engi
Wm. Etzel assisting City Engi
Ed TenkhotI assisting City Engi
Democrat Printing Company 1st
quarter 2s .Ki
Geo. Freniel repairing tools... 1
i . H. licmpsev freight on pipe. . 14 iU
P. H. Dempscy removing snag.. 1
P. H. Dempsey drayagc cement .' 40
On motion of Mr. Blomeyer said
bills were allowed and ordered paid
by warrants on General Revenue Fund.
Bills of Cape Girardeau Water
Works and Electric Light Company
for electric lights for July and August
were read ami on motion of Mr. Kage
referred to committee on Ways and
eans, to report at next meeting.
Bill of John A. Weber, marshal for
lees claimed as due mm in t.rosstnan
imi Noeninger cases was read and on
motion of Mr. Blomeyer referred to
the committee on claims to procure
opinion of city attorney thereon.
( onimumcation from Board of
Health, suggesting that the weeds on
the streets be cut down and burned,
as a sanitary precaution, was read
wn motion oi ..ir. jage lire prayer
of projK'ity owners to grade and
gravel F.llis stnv from Good Hope
stivet to Independence strt. present
ed at last meeting, was granted.
.v resolution liy Mr. Ulomever to
grade and gravel Ellis street from
Themis street to Good Hope street.
was presented and read and on motion
of Mr. Kage adopted, and clerk order
ed to publish same.
The clerk reported compliance with
the orders of the council to notify W.
F. Rodney to repaircertain pavements,
and the Citizens Street Railway Cou-
'.i4i'2 15 pany to repair certain sections of
streets Ix-tween their track.
Said report was on motion of Mr.
Blomeyer received and ordered filed
along with the returns of said notices.
The clerk also reported concerning
the order made to him at last meeting
to notify the Water Works Company,
that said order was on the request of
four memlx-rs of the council held up
until this meeting.
Mr. Thos. Gannon. President of the
Water Works Company apjHjared be
fore the Hoard and assured the Coun
cil that plans and sjiecitications were
in his posession, for a settling basin
to be erected near the Water Works
plant, and that he exacted to have
work commenced on same in a short
On motion of Mr. Kage the resolu
tion ordering notice served on the
Water Works Company, was recon
On motion of Mr. Blomeyer said
resolution was laid on the table.
A warrant for 50 in favor of the
Mayor, was ordered drawn on General
Revenue fund for the use of the Con
Itesignation of John F. Reynolds,
member of the Council from the 4th
ward was read and on motion of Mr.
Kimmel accepted and the Mayor re
quested to call an election to fill va
cancy. Fred A. Kain was on the recommen
dation of the Marshal appointed and
confirmed a special policeman of the
Commissioner, under the direction of j Ordinance ISO. 695.
the Street and Wharf Committee, tr&9 An 0pdinance providing for the
instructed to procure the gravel nec- i grading and graveling of Good Hope
essary for graveling Good Hope street ; street between Sprigg ana apamsn
from Sprigg to Spanish street, price
22 !H 1241 7.1
220 mi 2:f41 so
and labor on
not to exceed 75 cents per cubic yard
delivered on said street.
On motion of Mr. Kimmel the clerk
was instructed to furnish tbe marshal
with a l'st of licenses paid, and on
receipts of said list, the marshal to
notify those not having licenses, to
procure same or they wilf be proceed
ed against according to law.
Oa motion of Mr. Kage the Street
Commissioner was ordered to take the
earth necessary for grading Good
Hoje street, from Lorimier street, as
Adjourned on motion of Mr. Kage
to Monday evening. September
at 7:s0 o'clock.
Gnu. E. ChappkLL.
Administratrix Sale of Heal
By virtue and authority of an order
of the Cajie Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas, in and for the County of
laie Gn-ardeau. and State of Mis
souri, made on the Sth dav of July,
1S0S. and being the 11th day of the
May term, isos, of said court. I. the
undersigned administratrix of the
estate of George Lind, deceased, here
by give notice in pursuance of said
order, that I will, on
Tuesday, the 4th Day oe October,
at the east door of the cotl.-t house,
in the City of Cape Girardeau, in the
county and state aforesaid, between
the hours of ten o'clock in the fore
noon and five o'clock in the afternoon
of that day, and during the session of
the Cape Girardeau Court of Common
Please of said county sell to the high
est bidder, at public outcry, for cash
in hand the following described real
estate situate in said city, county and
state, to wit:
Subdivision four (4) of lots twenty
live (25) and twenty-six (2ii) in range
K, City of (Jape Girardeau. Missouri,
which said subdivision is more partic
ularly described as follows, to-wit:
Commence at tde southeast corner of
said lot twenty-five (25) in range K.
and run thence north along Middle
street one hundred and thirty-seven
and one half (1.17 1-2) feet. "thence
west parallel with North street forty-
five (45) feet, thence south parallel
with Middle street one hundred and
thirty-seven and one half ( 1.'17 1-2) feet
to North street, thence east along
North street forty-live (45) feet to the
place of beginning, said property was
acquired by purchase from John J.
.Moore, executor, whose deed to same
is recorded in the Recorder's office of
Cajie Girardeau county. Missouri, in
book 10 at page .t,i .
Trustee's Sale of Heal Estate.
WHEREAS, John Berry and Mattie
'. Berry, his wife, of the county of
ape Girardeau and State of Mis
souri, by their certain deed of trust
dated the thirteenth dav of November
ls-i:!. and recorded in the Recorder's
office of the county of Cajie Girar
deau in book (. of Trusts and Mort
gages, on page '::.). conveyed in trust
to the undersigned trustee the follow
ing described real estate, situate, ly
ing and lieing in the City of Cane
ir.-irdi'au, county of Cape Girardeau
inu State of Missouri, to-wit:
All of a part of lot numisercd thirteen
in range in the itv of Cape
Girardeau, fronting sixty I Ho) feet on
i-ellevie-.v street, by one hundred and
t'lirteeii ( ll.'i) feet in depth, and botind-
il as follows: Commencing ninety-
three (::) feet -ast from the northwest
urncr of said lot number thirteen
F'J. thence east with Belleview sti-eet
txty (00) feet, thence south parallel
Itii Fountain sti-eet one hundred and
thirteen III:!) feet, thence west parallel
with iieiievii-w street sixty (liO) feet,
thence north one hundred and thirteen
1 1:.' I feet to the place of lieginning.
It is the same propeptv acquiivd by
Mattie T. Mitcliim. the above Mattie
J'. Berry, by warranty deed dated
October 21. l soo. from F. A. Kage and
wne. .-vonic lage. duly recorded in
Book 22. page 507.
And whereas, said note has long
nice ln-come due and payable accord
ing to the true tenor, date and effect
streets in the city of Cape Girardeau,
Whereas. The City Council of the
the City of Cape Glrardsau, Missouri
Oa the tub day of June, 180t, in reg
ular session declared by resolution
that it was necessary to grade and
gravel Good Hope street from Sprigg
to Spanish street in said city; and
Whereas, Said resolution was
published in the Democrat, a news
paper doing the v'tjr printing, for two
consecutive weeks and no remons
trance having been filed with the City
Clerk by the resident owners of prop
erty on "said street liable to taxation
for such proposed improvement with
in ten days after the publication
Be it Ordaixed by tne Council of
the city of Cape Girardeau, Missouri,
Sectiox 1. That portion of Good
Hope street from Sprigg street to
Spanish street is hereby required to
?h? eraded according to the established
"rade thereof and when thus brought
to grade and tl road bed shall be
thoroughly settled the same to be de
termined by the Street and Wharf
Ctmrnittee, said Good Hope treet
f.-om Sprigg street to Spanish street,
between the street car tracks ani
twelve (12) inches out side each rail,
shall be graveled thirty-seven and
three tenths (37 3-10) feet in width and
about ten (10) inches in depth. Said
roadbed shall be forty-eight (4S) feet
wide. The gravel to be used shall be
of good quality, subject to the approv
al of the Street Commissioner.
Sectiox 2. The City Engineer is
hereby requested to make estimate of
the cost of the work herein and file
the same with the City Clerk, and if
the same shall be approved by the
council the city clerk shall thereupon
advertise for proposals for graveling
said portion of Good Hope sti-eet in
the manner and with the material as
provided by this and existing ordi
nances, the cost of said grading
shall be paid by the city. Said adver
tisement shall be in the usual form,
the last insertion to be at least ten
days before the time advertised for
receiving bids. If any bid shall be
accepted the city shall enter into con
tract with the successful bidder for
said work, subject to all the con
ditions, limitations, stipulations and
bond now required by this and exist
ing ordinances: and if no bid is ac
cepted, the City Council may, by res
olution, instruct the city clerk to re-
advertise as in the first instance.
If said work be constructed bv con
tract or otherwise, the cost of gravel
ing shall be apportioned, assessed,
taxed and collected as is now provided
by ordinance, and the duties of the
City Clerk, City Engineer and Street
Commissioner in relation thereto shall
lie in conformity therewith.
SrxTlOX 3. This ordinance shall
lie in force and take effect from and
afu-r its passage-
C Passed by the Council July IS, isos.
William H. Coerver,
President of the Council.
. ' , Approved this 25th day of
3. SKAL. f- July, 1S0S.
' . - William II. Coervek,
Geo. E. Chaitkll. City Clerk.
Ordinance Wo. 596.
An Ordinance defining Bill Posters
and providing for licensing same and
fixing a penalty for its violation.
Be it ordained by the Council of the
City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, as
SKVTKiX 1. lill.l. fCSTI.K DKFIXKD.
Whoever shall, in this city, for pay,
profit or eoiiix-nsation, engage iu the
:n-ii,ess or occupation of posting in
public- places, any advertisements,
notices, show bills or other printed or
written matter designed to advertise
any occupation, employment or busi
ness, is hereby declared to be a bill
SKCTInX 2. LICKXSK, IHHV DKT.VIN
KI. No jiersoii shall act as a bili
poster, as defined in section one of
this ordinance, within the limits of
this city, without fust procuring a
license as a bill poster from the city
clerk of this city, which license shall
lx.' issued in form and manner as re
quired for licenses issued under ordi
nance No. ."S4. approved May 27, 1S7,
being an ordinance amending ardi-
! nance No. 405 approved June 2S. 1S0X
j Sectiox -'!. ijcexsk tax. There
j shall be levied and collected upon
j every license issued under this ordi
! nance and before the same shall he
' .-iill'I iHlf (lll'l 1IIIIf.ll, I. ! , a . , ,. . .
.. .. . 1 i f if . I I V'.-1,. 1 1 II lisinwi. t,l V ,,f t.,n IS hi tltl
ow tiieieiore. notice is hereby:, ,, "- v '";
iven that I. the undersigned trustee
it the re'.'uest of tin- legal holder of
lid note, and by virtue of the author!
Ity in me vested and in pursuance of
u- provisions of said deed of trust,
Between the hours of nine o'clock
the forenoon and five o'clock in the
and no license shall
term less than one
dollars per year.
be issued for a
SKCTIOX 4. I.IAHLK AS HILL I'OSTEK.
No jK-rson shall ask. demand or re
ceive, either directly or indirectly.
day. the 4th Day ok i x toiiki:, j i"' 'V'? or , omiensiition for posting
S!)S ' m public places witnin this city, any
. ; ioiveriiseiiieuis. nonces, snow bills
IU !... ntli.tf. tii.inturl ,r- u-i.itf..n ar,.,.,
... . - - .... .. iu,,iu n ii
It-ss siiih iuiiunn i,.,i-a ;.... ...l.
ifternoon of that day at the east I . :, u.v ., i.ii i '.
-' vided in this ordinance.
SECTION.). PENALTY FOR VIOLA-
.-;t- ,f r-,i ,u. t
court house door in the
Girardeau, county of Cape Girardeau
and state of Missouri, sell said de-
serihed real estate at public vendue
t the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, to satitfy said debt and interest,
expressed in said note together with
costs and exi-nses of executing this
F. L. TAI HEKT,
Tiox. Any person who shall violate
any provision of this ordinance shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shall !
lined not less than ten (10.00) dollars
nor more than one hundred (100.IHH
Section . timeof taking effect.
This ordinance shall take effect and
Proposal or bid of J. II. Lindemann
for graveling one block on Good
Hope street for 7S cents per cubic yard
was read and on motion of Mr. iteg
On motion duly carried the street
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. -Notice is
hereby given that I, the undersigned
guardian of the x-rsons and estates
of Bertha Anna Rose Fornkahl,
Henry August Fornkahl. Wilhelmine
Caroline Fornkahl, and Henry
William Fornkahl, will, at the Sep
tember term of the Caiie Girardeau I ---
Court of Common Pleas of Cape Gir- At'est
ardeau county. Missouri, to he held I
at the court house in the city of Cape j
iiirardeau on the 2tth day of Septem
ber, istis, make final settlement of my
said guardianship and ask to be dis
charged. Hkkmax Fornkahl,
1m in force from and after its passage.
Passed by the Council Angust 15, ISOS
Wilijam H. Coerver.
President of the Council
Approved this 10 day of August, l0St
William. H. Coerver,
Geo. E. Cm a pdell.
Kev. C. V. Brook
says that his little girl is troubled with
malaria very severely, and that since
he gave her-Sulphur Bitters, he never
thinks of leaving New York for his
summer resort without a few bottles,
for they always cure his family, and
are far superior to quinine.
VVurkina VVoman'M Home
21 S. Peoria St., Chicago, III.,
Jan. 11, 1890.
Our Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley'sHoney and Tar
six years ago, and areusing it to-day.
It has alwas been a favorite, for while
its taste is not at all unpleasant its ef
fects are very beneficial. It has never
ye disappointedus. Wishingyou all
possible success, sincerelv yours
Laura G. Fix on, Mgr. Wl H. Coer