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Ben Goekel .will be the Sheriff at
the January term of the eircuit court,
E. W. Flentge will be our next Col-
lector. His vote this year will be way
up close to the head man on the ticket.
Judge Bartels will have a walk-'
over for Presiding .1 udgs of the county
court. The Democrats an afraid of
There were never brighter proseets
for Repubiibau success in this county
than there are at present. We have
l)n Demm-i-nts nn tile run here.
i jj,.a who !clo:ig to a party tUsit is
The Republican ticket of this county r.otorioiis for ballot-box stuiiing and
will V- elected bv from three to six fraud and corruption of every decree,
huuoivU votes. This is almost ollicia'.. jure not safe to be entrusted with pub
but watch and - ii it is not about ; lie oflie-. Personally they may lie
trorrei-i. ! good men but they are in bad eomj
.. . -.. pany ami should be slaughtered, wilh-
The Ste Genevieve Fair i'lay is ! out mercy. Turn them down.
ha vini; quite a run on legal notices. j 1 zrr
and this to the exclusion of matter of j f Aiimiral D-wey should come back
a more interesting, if not of so prolit.- ; lo . Slates for a visit it will Ik- safe
able a character.
Kvery mat: on the Republican ticket
in this comity is honora.br.-, hones,
and capable and the howl of tne Dem
ocratic papers about ring rule will not
disturb the voter.
Vandiver. Vantiivcr, ah yes. he- is ,
th gentleman who has been rattling
around in a seat in l 'iingr -ss for the
past two years. What has i:e uoih ? I
We have io give It up.
Cape Girardeau county will rch
itself from Bourbon rule on '.he '
day of Xovemlier. Two years
Democracy has -atistied the vnt
that Democracy won't do.
The Democrats are going to cir.
late all kinds of stories j-.:,i !)!'
the day of election to try to def.
some of the Republican candidal'
Look out for these stori.-.
Free coinage of taik is what the I
Democrats are indulging in now. but
don't let th. -in bin IT you. They l.:,ve
not even a ghost . ! a -'viv.- in tbis
county and they know it.
The peace commissioners in Paris
are making haste -low
pie on this side of I:
like to see the business
a:;-.! the p-0-pond
:j i. I
With the careful wr.teh -hat -.
kept on the Deinoarats i: is 1
likely they will have a char.ee
any dirty work, but c.i n i io-.
of th-- fad that 'he irc-limitl
i , y
Kvery community has Its old le-sil-j
who iv-v.-r did or rr.--.--r -..'ill ,;nv-
thing to aid in building up th-- town !
in which "hey live. A few f.r.t-eias-funerals
in ;ni:e localities v.-ouiii 'ill
a long felt ". ,li:t.
Th-- stock law )ii-oi)iiti--ti i neet
iBg -.villi favor and is gaining friends
every day. The more tints-- in'--i--sted
talk overti:e matt-ri:t ail its b.-:: rings
the moi-e f.nn becomes the eonvlctlor
that tie- law is a good one.
Hear Hon. b-orge JI. '
day night. He will discuss the issues
of the day in an intelligent, manner
and v.ii! make i v, rything so plain
that ti't one will have ftny dtirculty
about umiei standing- him.
urc.i out of
the Democratic pi-.i-elyting shop in
Chicago, ami it is stated that our o-.wi
cx-(otv. Stone will take I -1 - jihic-- :::.!
disburso the funds that can be squeeze;!
out of credulous contributor-!.
Did the earth jua'ce disturb yoi.r
slumbers J'his uioruiiigr W - h :d
slight seisiuic di-t.irbane.-, .-tiou.-h !c
cause the wi iibtws to rat'leand Im
houses to vib -at slightly. V.-ry f.-.v
imrsons wen- awakened by t!i- siioeh.
Jnhn H. J.-nkin- ha- mad-' a f r.rly
g-ood Sheriff, lie jterfiirtiied his duty
as well as he knew how. but lie didn't
know how to do evervthing right.
Mr. Jenkins i
a good farm
s a goon man.
and he looks
! i'e oWU-
well on a '
Those who have heard the ITdii. t ii
M. Mi ley s-ak. say tbat h-- !:a mile., j ,
the great questions of the day as a
student and thinker. TLe gentleman
is a close reasonei- and aide at ail
times to give a reason for the i'a il.
that is in him.
The candidates on the H'-publ'i-an
ticket in this county are ail safe. Some
of them, however, an- sea -ed. They
seem to think there is a nigger in the
Republican wood piie. There is no
cause for fright. Tin- colored eentle
man is not there.
The speeches of the Democratic or
ators in the campaign, and the tone of
the recognized leading papers which
are engaged in inculcating Demo
cratic doctrine, do not seem to lie in
harmony. The speeches referred to
are the old lt to 1 style, but the news
papers mentioned are as silent as the
grave on the topic. Why is this
Talk about the honesty of Demo4'
jcrats in an election, its enough to
maks one smile all over his face. See
j; that the ballots go in the box and
j than note that they are counted" and
the candidate for whom a vote was
; cast gets credit for it.
! Tbei-e is as much difference between
the candidates on the Democratic and
Republican tickets this fall as there
is iief.vin a yellow dog and the great
American eagle. Vote the Gepubll
can ticket from heading to imprint
and el.-cl good men to otiice.
to wage- that a large band oi crimson
hue will stretch across the continent
f ri en the l'::cit;c slo; e to the east. Ill
other words the country through which
he journeys v. ill be painted a brilliant
e neve;- outgrow
elrr:;.. No matin-
how much we
tile circus, about
fondness for tin
how oid we are
.vh-n seer, at
lilting to lake the children there, v.e
i stili have our
am.- old childish en
manv allurements i!
jovmont for tin
i the rim
tiii-rcssmun Yaiidiver :s no doubt
I a most worthy geii-Ietnaii pcisor.all v,
j tint what he has -.-v-r done to entitle
:ii:n to another l-rm n Congress is
!amo-i,- 'lie Mi.Vst -rie. has ever
doi.e ar.ytliin-r xc.-pt .ihs .ver :. or
j nay when the roll was lwing called, no
j on-- down thi-wa v has ever lu ard ' it.
fts of this cotin'.V cer-
1 1 inly need no urging to get them to
do their duty. 'Jut e!e-;lo,: day is
close a hand ami :: is a great
deal to He dor.e. Make It a point to
talk to your neighbor about the merits
of our candidate for Congress, the
candidate for circuit judge, and in
! fact eves-v candidate on the ticket.
I ion. l.t i::-s j i. c.i;-
will now have an
s-.mie of the big
some pointers in
opportunity to g;v
I uie pr.u-ii
i seven hi'n
of law. A jucgiiient for
i! thousand dollars has
Louis. 1 'a'.u
low.: against the St.
Cirardeau ar.d Fort
-.viiii-h Mr. llouck i1- re
e thing- like that does
imith rea l of
i-.-iv.-r. A It It
n it disturb Mr. Kotlek.
: . .
With Iviitor l!yars tired, and the
sam-' proc-ss b -ing- apjdied to '"Coin"
Harvey so sou a:'terwariJ. it would
aatuiMllv If inferred tnat th.. five
j-ilv. .- :!'.!it!ic!-s ;iiv fai.iiig into di-
I i-i-pute v.i'i; t':ii ir party. Harvey will
ib- i--ni.-iu:er.-d as one of the grand
high p:-iei of l'- e tr.e silver heresy.
! What Stone tip to anyway, he lias
p:.t . -. (.' fii ap uls .- :ee-- sure.
.''lie Ji:.-IiX-i:t'l' orcseats .-nine fa.ts
ni' .h' r col'.unn .-i r.-ferer.c-- ' the
ea'iiiidates on ;i Republican tiekt-t.
which it will be v.eii for you to read.
This applies to nil regariKes-, o! 'a- ir
p itlcs. Ti;e pei.pie want capable,
cdiei-i!' men to manage their atlairs
for :h--iu anil the list of candidates
referred to is one
tu-ej not he ashamed,
known gentlemen and it
-: j.e.-ted that i vrv nm
t le,-i. :.
Alt an- V..-11-s
eoulhlei tl v
oi them : 11
in lection day the ! c-ieibliea n
jndg.-s and clerks waul io ke.-;. t (-! j-eyc-
open. '1 hi y shouhi leiii.-inbcr
the past sk:ihiuggerv i.f tb.- ileino-
i cratie pur! v ami
j of tin- fact that '
j will bo aayt ..i !:-
! date.- coauie:;
must not lose sight
ie ballot !io.. statlcl-s
t : i l.a e the.i i-aniii-
conuie:; in. The Democrats
!. !--ii more 'ban one otiice from
public. ills ol this county and
precauiiot: must be taken o
guard aguii'st a reju-tition of the oiit-
' The new
I p'l I Pit.' W li
1 vote ;
el., ail li'ir-es.
. inc. sheep a
ug at large. The only ojiiiosi
which;vill be cncoiin b-reii will
:b!y he fr,,-), friend, .u .-oi:;e
of ! be ! li--;a ",-r;
may com.- in
'iitors who have
eir f- ai :'.:it ;b. y
o;;e i,; :;,,. Kinds
above. Hat after
-.li-ried. a it will
o doubt ii-.- taken
It, measui-i .
to insure .
libe; ' v.
Th.- Miti-ltreyfiisites se.-in to he on
't. .ii In pv:ITi'e ti.miinrip;!i- 'Pl.;
cition of attairs can hardly continue
long however, for there must lie sutii
cient honor and decency among the
French pejple to bring about a re
vision of the Dreyfus case. If Capt.
Divyfus is not accorded another trial,
and one which is conducted justly and
fairly, the very name of France will be
come a stench in the nostrils of decent
people the world over.
. News comes to the city that Benj. F.
Davis. Republican candidate for cir
cuit judge is creating a most favor
able impression wherever he goes and
is winning many votes.
The official ballot as it will be pub
lished in the Democrat will be about
the longest one we have ever had.
The township -ballots will be single
this year, and will lie of the Usual
size and length.
So far as the people of ('ape Girar
deau are concerned. Col. S. W. For
dyce. late president of the Cotton
Belt railroad, will go down to his
last resting piaee "unwept, unhon
ored and unsung.
Of course we cannot all hold office,
that is all at the same time, for there
are not enough offices to go arouud.
But we can all go lo work for the suc
cess of the Republican ticket and elect
those men who will till those offices
I :ii-i-.-t-.i tit V
Hear in mind how important it is
for the Republicans to control the
legislature and be sure you vote for
Col. Thilcnius for representative.
The matter lk-comes the more impor
tant when it is remembered that the
legislature will !e called upon to
elect a successor to Senator Cockrell.
It never pays to stay at home on
election day and depend on our friends
and neighbors to vote our ticket and
carry it through. Kvery Republican
should go to the polls and vote, and
then i-' 'he result is not satisfactory,
it wiii be some consolation to know
that every m.-inhe:- of the party did his
The Republicans will have a walk
over in this county if they act wi-e!y.
They must not only lie sure to go to
the polls and Vote, but they mu.-t be
.-ure to see that their neighbors who
vote the ticket do the same thing.
Between now and the election day talk
t.. your Democratic friends and see If
ym; cannot convince them of the error
ol their way. Tel! them of the victory
th - 1 e-;i.;liiicaus expect in the county
tiiis fall and invite t'.ei:: to get hi th
Years ago. when 'he Democrats v.-rc
in power ill this county, tile judges ol
tlit- county cosirt -.applied the county
jtooi- farm with tieariy v. rtning' i:.-cd
on '.hat farm. Judge F. M. Williams
was then one of the cognty ,i;-.'.g'.--.
Tile Judge w.i then a f. inner and i-.is
princijiai crop was sorghniii mohtssc-.
I'li;-.- poi.-r lievils in the poor louse
v.'e'-e pampi --d on sorghum. Jndg--V.'ililams
is again a candidate for
j county judge on tin- Democratic ticket.
I !! is not fanning now. I:.- is a g. r.
jt'einanof lei-nre. resides in this city
!anu if elected he could furnish the
inmates of the poor house nothing but
wind. He will not be elected.
The R. publicans of .his eounty a:--doubtless
aware that one of the dinks
devolving upon our next Legislature
wiil be to t-h-ct a successor to Si'iia'.ei
Cickrull. Kvery effort should be
made therefore to sc.- "hat the K-.-pub-li-'un
candidates for rcpit: -.-utati ve
throughout the State are ei.-cteii. Tills
county may In- relied upon to do its
duty in the pn-mises and will elect Col.
Thih-uiiis by a handsome Majority.
A I I' li-.ibljcan legislature is what we
need and we m ist l.-ave no stone '.;.;
t::rnei to get i-. Let ev.-ry n:--!idH'r of
the party in this county keep wide
awake and do ni duty on ei'-ctii-i!
The Free Silver:tcs." who falsely
call themselves, Democrats have been
in the hal.'.t ol speaking of -.hi-loild
Democrats as bolter., traitors and
other tender apteilatious. Now they
an- calling them tin- wanderers." hu:
tin- aforesaid will not icrinit tl-.eni-s--l'.e-i
to become eniiieshed in the f-ve
silver net oil ibis aeeoioit. The bob
els, traitor-' or wanderers, whichever
you ps-as:- to call them bay.- announ
ced that notwithstanding reports to
the contrary they will vote ihis fail
for the ih-puhliean candidates for
Congress. !' course 'his hurts, but
it cannot lie he!ted.
There can be no question on one
poin'. that no matter what mistakes
the Republican party might be icj
into in the future, all citizens who
k-ep thi-msclve. posted know what
that party has done for the jioople and
the country. Tl ey do not need to In
tuit! that the most pros-rous times
tlr- country h:is oyer known has iieim
und ; a Republican administration.
a:; I have m-.-n brought about througlk
r.-onbliean legislation. The body of
in--!! composing otir Congress is the
ie.-- we all expect to remedy existing
iiis and guard against others which
may threaten us. How important it
is then that .w-e exercise care in select
ing men who an- to represent us in
Iluiit'H Lightning oil
Cures Catarrh. X'-uralgia. Si. rains
Cramp Colic. Diarrh o.-a. uts. Head
ache. Rheumatism. I'ood for man
and 'teast. railing-, money refunded.
Cures all skin diseases in all its va
rious forms. Xo internal treatment
necessary. Failing money returned
There has never been a time in the
history of this country when good
men Were more sorely needed in Con
gress than at present. And by good
men is not meant merely jolly, pleas
ant fellows, but men who are capable
of rising up to the needs of the hour
and giving the country such legisla
tion on important matters that it needs
and must have if we are to maintain
the proud place among the nations of
the earth the valor of our arms, both
on sea and land has given us. We
want men who will not serve party so
much as serve people, and those who
can be depended upon to advance the
country's interests. With our newly
acquired territory the money question
becomes a more important one than
ever, and we should make it a- point to
elect men to Congress who will throw
their votes and their influence on the
side of a square, honest dollar that
will be resmtcted by the nations of the
world with whom we have to transact
business. I'nware of the candidate
who talks free silver and imperialism.
Secretary Long has approved, the
findings of the court martial in the
case of Chaplain Mclnfyre of the
Oregon, and he will be dismissed from
the service unless the 1 'resident inter
feres. There is a valuable lesson in
this case which many ministers might
study with profit to themselves. Too
many of the gentlemen who wear the
cloth are fond of making sensational
statements and reckless charges in
their pulpits. They rely upon the
fafci that they are alleged Christian
ministers to protect them from the
righteous vengeance of those they
assail, and very often their offense is
passed over in silence by those they
have traduced, the hitter not rteii.g
desirous of making- war o:i tho-e who
wear the cloth. tJut even in those
cases there is a limit beyond which it
is dangerous to pass. With ail due
res) ect to the clergymen of the conn
try, and take thorn a a class they are
a noble set of m-. it ma-t in- said
there are many who preach almost
anything else e::cept .,'e-i.s Christ
and Him erueitied." Mid it is this class
of pulpit mountebanks that the above
remarks are particularly directed to.
They should post themselves or. the
Mclntyre inc'tdert ami si i.t off some
Of their gab.
A 'Jiici-r ir .Medicine.
Th'te is a Medicine whose
prietors do not claim to have
covered some hitherto unknown
grcdie.-it. or that it is a cure-ail.
honest medicine-only claims to
certain diseases, and that its in;
ients are recognized by the most s
ful physician, as being the bes
Kidney and Bladder Diseases.
Foley's Ki l:;ev Cure.
Journal ol rroceeiti nirs. Adjourmt'.
!"-.:;u'ar s.-ssiii roitUla )
Council . hamber. City of Caj.e (iii ar
leau, Monday F.v-'iiir.g. Oct. .'4.
The Council iin-i in aiij.iuineii ses
sioii. al 7 o'clock. Mayor William
H. I'oerver, ! 'rcsinent. la ti, chair.
Members iiivset:". Messrs. ! hoigeyer.
Kage. Kium.el. Regeiiha: ut. Rue.-
kaiiio. Absent. Messrs. (livctis. I nner
stall'. The journal of the proeei dings of
the montf, ol September, postponed
at la-t regular meeting, was ;va. and
Mr. livens sppeai-ed in ills seat.
l'e!Uon-: Herman Buck, for per
mission to lay a six inch pipe from
his laundry buiiuiug on Aquamsi
stnet. across said siivei lo tile M.s
sissijipi. river: ..a hi pipe to tie lis. ii
for disposing of waste water, was
presented ami read, and on motion of
Mr. Kinimel. i-ci-eivcu. prayer granted
.iiiii jH tition orin rcd iiled. Said pi;w
to he put in under the direction Of the
siiii-et and Wharf Committee.
I'.-tition of W. I). Black wa- pre
sented and read, wherein he slates
j that Ie- procured a license for running
a hack ilnrmg lair week, with the un
derstanding that it was re(tiireil. ix--fore
he could carry passengers to or
from the fair grounds. Since paying
license In- ha- been inform--.! tnat t he
city attorney gave his opinion that
no license was required lor sain pur
pose: ami further. I e knows it to lie a
lac! that no one else paid a license for
that purpose: he therefore, asks that
the license ie canceled and tin- amount
he paid forsaiiic. s", ), applied as part
pa meiit on a license to keeji a wood
or null yard in th city. The license
i'. fi ri i u tois attached io said petition.
On motion of Mr. Ktnunel said K
titioii was received and i.rdeivd tiled
and prayer granted, and the clerk and
collector authorized to make the
proper entries on their hooks, refei ing
to canceling said license, for Ihe pur
pose of having th-- amount applied as
re.Ucst. d by iK-tilioner.
The clerk reported compliance w ith
order of the council to notify John F.
Williams and Andrew X. McCuireio
raise the bridges across the gutter in
front ot their respit-tive places of busi
ness on -Broadway street, and the
Capo ( lirarileau Water-works and
Kleetric ligJit company to put in repair
certain tin- hydrants. submitting
original notices with the returns of
the iiiarshal reg'tllarly endorsed thereon
Said report was on motion of Mr.
UlomeyiT received and ordered tiled.
Corrected bill of Cape (Hrardeau
Water-works and Kl--ctric Light Co.
for September returned to said com
pany at last mi-cting. was prescnlcit.
showing corrections so far as specify
ing location of lamps failing- to burn
during said month, amount due said
company remaining same as original
Mr. Kage moved that said bill le
again returned to said company for
further correction, and trie motion
Concerning the August bill of said
company for lights, presented and
read at a former meeting but not
allowed, Mr. II. B. Oliver apieared
lor tne company and stated that the
Electric Light Co. would abide bv
whatever deduction the council de
sired to make from said bill.
Mr. Kage moved that the Auuust
bill of said company be also returned
to said company, along with the Sep-
lemoer om tor lig'tits. Said motion
For the purpose of facilitating the
adjustment of said bills they were on
motion of Mr. Kage referred to the
Committee on Ways and Means.
The City Engineer presented a pro
tile, showing proposed change of grade
of r-His street from Morgan Oak street
to Morth street, submitted at the re
quest of the Judiciary Committee.
The council having examined said
prolile, Mr. Ruesskauip moved that
the grade of Ellis street from Xorth
street to Morgan Oak street, made by
the City Engineer and shown on said
profile, be adopted as the norma nent
grade of said part of Ellis stn.-ct.
Said motion carried.
The Judiciary Committee as in
structed at last meeting, submitted
the following entitled ordinances,
which were read for the first time.
"An ordinance to change tho grade
of North street from Sprigg street to
I'aeitie street and of Ellis street from
Xo.-th street to Morgan Oak street,
"An ordinance providing for the
grading and graveling of Themis
street between Sprigg and Pacific
streets in the city of Cape Girardeau,
Mr. Kage's motion that the street
and wharf committee lie instructed to
build a plank sidewi',lk on west side of
fountain' street from Broadway to
Indeiiendence street, and that said
committee solicit subscriptions from
p -otierty owners and the Board of
Education toward paying cost oi same
was lost by th. following tie vote:
Ayes. Kage, Kinimel. Ruesskamp. .1.
Xav. tJloinevtr. fiven. Kegan
Mr. Kage then moved that said com
mittee In- instructed to temporarily re
pah, with gravel, the sidewalk on
west side of Fountain street between
Broadway and independence streets.
Said motion carried by the follow
ing vote: Ayes. Kage. Kinimel. Re
genhardt. Riiesskaii-p. Xajs. (livens
The clerk was instructed, on motion
of Mr.. Kage. to notify the Electric
Light 'o. to put in good condition
mo of the incandescent lamps in
council chamber that has failed to
burn for several months.
Tne street commissioner was in
structed to notify John F. Williams
and Andrew X. Mi.-Cuire. how high
th" bridges in front of their places of
business must be raised.
Th" council then on motion, ad
journed "till next regular meeting.
Monday evening. November 7th. at 7
C;;o. E. Chapi'kll.
Itallard's s-no-fi- l.lnenicnt.
If you have a terrible pain in the
small of the back, get a bottle of
Snow Linement. It wili positively
cure it and at once. Try it and rec-or.-.
r.u it to your friends. Soul at
Wilson's drug store.
Notice of Election.
Notice is iieieby given that in ptir
sit.is.ee to an order of th. county
court of Cape Cirardgau county.
Missouri, made on the "iTth day of
ptem'r.ei- A. 1. ". which order is
duly entered of record among the
proceedings of said court, that there
wili be submitted to the qualideu vo
ters of said county at the general
election to be held therein on the Mil
day of November A. D. is!t. a prop
osition lo borrow t-ii. sum of sl."i.tHlp.UO
an! to issue tae bonds of said county
for said uis: for the purpose of re
modeling and enlarging the court
house of fcaid county situate in the
city of Jackson. Missouri, or to build
additional o.'lii c rooms to the same:
which bonds shall iv payable at the
option of said county after one year
from date of issue and due in live
years after the date of issue, and
si ail hear live )-er cent interest per
:i!:t!uni payable semi-annually: and
rot- tin payment oi me interest on
the said bonds and for the creation of
a sinking fund for the paymei.t of the
principal thereof that an annual tax
of ten cents on the Umi.ini valuation
In levied on the assessed and equal
ised valuation of all the property
inu.U- taxable by law in said county
each .-ai until the said debt lie liqui
date.. Tha" in onii-.- to submit the
said proposition to the qualilied
voters of sain county at said election
the said county court ordered that?all
otiicial ballots voted at the said gen
eral election in said county should
have written or printed thereon the
words --Appropriation of -?1..imm.0
for th'- purp.ise of enlarging' the court
house. Yes." and also the words
Appropriation of JI."(.ikm.ih for the
purpose of enlarging the court house.
Xo." th- voter erasing the clause he
does not favor. That the said elec
tion should be conducted in the same
mauner. at the same time and places
and the returns thereof made to the
county clerk and the vote counted in
al! respects the same as in el-vtions
for State and county officers al the
said general eh-ciion: and if a ma
jority of two third, of the qualilied
voters oT said county voting at the
said .-lection votein favorof incurring
the said indebtedness the said county
court shall issue in- ootids oi sain
county to the said amount for the
purpose aforesaid. And the said
court further ordered that at least 20
days notice of the said election lie
given bv publication in the Cape
C ira rdeau DKMOCKAT.
State of Missouri. ( s
County of Caiie Cirardeau. S""'
I. William I'aar, clerk of the
county court of Ca- Cirardcau
county. Missouri, hereby certify the
aforesaid orders were duty made and
entered of record by the said court
on the day and date aforesaid.
Witness my hand and
.' vi.-vi '. th. ie:il of s.iid court this
' ' the
rth dav of October
A. D. is'.is.-
Clark County Court.
A J.lle lor 50c.
Many people have been cured o
Kidnej diseases by taking a 50c bottle
Foley's Kidney Cure.
List of Executors, Admin istrators7T
(3 nardians and ..Curators who are fa-- -quired
by law to exhibit their accounts '. t "
on the dav and date below named, at -. '
the November Term. lS'.tS, of said
Court, to be begun and held at the
court house in the city of Jackson,
Cape Girardeau county, Missouri,
commencing .on Monday, November
Monday, "Xovkjiber 14th, 1898.,
Alexander, Oliver, guardian of Lu
cius G. Cotner, a minor.
Alexander. . Oliver, admr of estate
of Wm. E. Alexander, dee'd.
Allen, Lorenzo J., admr of estate.
of Jacob-Allen, dee'd.
Brantley, Julia, guardian of minor
heirs of J. W. Brantley, dee'd.
Byrd. Abram Ii.. guardian of Mary
M. Cannon, a minor.
Bowman. Samuel S., guardian of
hi own children.
Tuesday, November l.VJi, 1898.
Barks. G. H. and G. V Proffer,
exrs of estate of J. H. Barks, dee'd.
Bohnsack, Chas. Sr., guardian of
minor heirs of Herman Sunder, dee'd.
Bangert, Charles, guardian of Hen- -ry
isenberg, a minor.
Bennett, James E. Jr., admr of es
tate of John Hilt, dee'd.
Craeraft, William C, guardian of
John W. Craeraft. a minor.
Croft. Lvdia E.. admrx of Moses P.
Coiner, Susanna A., admrx of es
tate of J. L. Cotner. dee'd.
Evans, Charles J., admr -of estate
of Johnson R. Evans, dee'd.
English. Henry R.. guardian of
Sammie and Freddie Reese, minors.
Wednesday, Xovembeu 16th, 18!k.
Hope, Edgaiv L., guardian of How
ard Stewart heirs.
Hans. Henry W., guardian of L.
E. and N J Grammar, minors.
lians. Henry W admr of estate of
Lemuel Griffith, dee'd.
Heise. Sophia, admrx of estate of
August F Heise, dee'd.
Hinton, Ann C.. admrx of part, es
tate of H C Hinton V Co.
Hoeckele, Charles, executor of es
tate of Louisa Hoeckele.' dee'd.
Klaus. Louisa, guardian of his own
Kurre. Sophia, guardian of Monroe
Kurre, a minor.
Limbangh. Jefferson W., admr of
estate of Frederick Beuckemann, dee'd
Limbangh. Jefferson W-, guardian
of Cora Beuckemann, ;. minor.
TlIVRSDAY, XOVKMIIEK H'-th, LS!8.
Macke Charles K., guardian of his
own minor children.
McFadden Mitchell, guardian of
Forrest Ailigood, a minor.
McLain John A., guardian of Bertha
and Lulu McDonald, minors.
Maintz Charles C administrator of
e.-tatj of Henry Maintz. deceased.
Miller William 11.,
minor heirs of John A.
Newell Benson If..
his own minor children.
Oliver John F.. guardiar.
phino Bray a minor.
Oliver John F. administrator of
estate of Litella K. Baldfidge, de
ceased. t.iehl Frederick, guardian of Freder
ick Voght. a minor.
1'uts Joseph F.. administrator of
estate of Joseph l'utz, deceased.
IVterman George W., administra
tor of estate of S. A. I'etermann de
Ceased. FltlDAY, XOYl'MUKK lTlh. 1S98.
1'ropst Doretta, administratrix of
estate of JohnPropst, deceased.
IVterman George W., administrator
of estate of John C. Davis, deceased.
Petzoidt Frederick guardian of
minor heirs of Oscar Jahn. deceased.
Ruessell James " V., executor of
estate of Mary L. Ruessell. deceased.
Ruff Laura, guardian of minor
heirs of of William T. RuiT, deceased.
Russell Narcena, executrix of ettate
of I'.. W. Rus?e!l, deceased.
Schasfer William B., guardian of
G. A. -V M. E. Shafer, minors.
Schepplemann Frederike, guardmn
of Mulda Schepplemann. a minor.
SeibertOtto, executor of estate of
Wt'ii.im Burns, deceased.
Summers William A., guardian of
Edgar F. Suvmers. a minor.
Schhieter A. II., guardian of Albert
Saturday, November 18th, lt'..8.
Sides Robert W., guardian of his
own minor children.
Strong J. F. V (J. A., administra
tors of estate of Isom Strong deceased.
Tuschhotr Charles W., executor of
(state of Frederick )xen. deceased.
Flrich Henry, administrator of
estate of Charles Hille. deceased.
Williams Harrisou R.. guardian of
Irene B. Williams, a minor.
Wiley Eliza C, guardian of Martha
E. Shorter, a minor.
Attest: Henry ivls,
Clerk Probate Court.
FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is
hereby given to all creditors and
others interested in the estate of
Lemuel Grillith. deceased, that the
undersigned late Public Administrator
ana as such having charge of said
estate intends to make final settlement
thereof at the next term of the Probate
Court of Cape Giardeau county, Mis
souri, to lie held at the court house in
the citv of Jackson. Missouri, on
Monday. Xovemlier 14th. 1W.
octgi'ngT Henry W. Hahs,
Late Public Administrator.
All 1 olds urn Tainted.
Ali colds are tainted with Grip,
when Grip prevails. "77" break up
Grip and Colds that "hang on:" 25c
Since La Grippe has been prevalent
in this country, there has been found
but one Specific, Dr Humphreys.
.77". For sale by all druggists.
M. E. LEMING,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Rough
CYPRESS, OAK AND GUM
CYPRESS LATH AND SHINGLE
Mill and yard south of railftllt
shops, Cape Girardeau, Mo.