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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
THe Democrat Printing Co.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau,
Ho., aa second-class matter.
SATUHDAY, APRIL 1890.
A man who holds ofiic-e all his life
ie no good for any oth ir occupation,
and with him it is office or the poor
A New York Sun correspondent
suggests that Dewey's countenance be
placed uion some of the I'nited States
postage stamps. He mu-t want Dewey
Cape Girardeau was the best forti
fied Union city on the Mississippi
River in the civil war and if Cape
Girardeau is slighted by the gunboat
Nashville we will be heard from.
Last week a man at Scranton. Ia.,
filed a voluntary petition in bank
ruptcy. Liabilities tW.(WO: assets
three gold shirt studs. We wonder
why he didn't givein his coliarbutton.
The Missouri legislature will ad
journ about the l"th of May. Theie
is no money in the treasury to pay
the members and some of them will
return home with duo bills in their
It is an old and true saying that
politics make strange lied fellows.
We all know that in campaign years
the politician has to associate with
men who in ordinary times art" be
neath his notice.
Our soldier boys will return home
next month. They will not return
with the scalps of the wicked Span
iards hanging to their lielts. but they
will return with the satisfaction of
knowing that thev went to the front.
obeyed orders and did their duties as j
Uncle Sam's soldiers. I
After a man has
good paying office
becomes as sausy :u
fore election time,
is not in it with the
elected. Before the
for two wars he
a nigger just be j
V newspaper man j
officer after lie is t
election the office- j
seeker poses as a little hras .lesti
before the newspaper man. After the j
election lie is one of the holy liostj
Davison of Poplar liui.?
ue an aiiiilicant for Su iM't-vi-or (
Censiis in the Mil. l' r.-.ii.n:il
triet. Mr. UaviMin i a yoo.i man. i
but he will have a'liard row to hoe to 1
yet tiie appoiutmeiit.
Ul tile lot
pluni of comfort that f:
of Southeast .Missouri wi
ip by tile hungry
Cape ( lirardeaii.
criiin - ra!Ser of :
is s-aid that tiie experiments wi;h
1l;c .Marion system of 'heie- t.'lejr
raphy are proving at(l:eiui . tp
erators who are stutiulivi tu.-lve mile.-.
:!! the 5.v
i! 1 -1 - ill -
i-.irreiil i- not
v.e:i' In r. so 1 ha'.
:v-s;:it in -:t--s
w 1 1 i I
l.utoviile l!.i!iii.-r: "
tlo.seK ha done i.i.ir ' '"'
Soi;thea-1 Mis.-oiiri. tliau ai.y i:::ti
the State, iiis railr.'M.i- l.ave m.
the wanil re-ion i.ioom !;.:e a li
den," by openiiiL.' a v. civ r-ci:e
..(.iliitrv that wa? eonriilei-eil
too swampy or too inaccessal
arket. It .soiillieasi
hundred rti.-li men a Loni
In political circle
that John A. Snide
s it is inulerMoo
r and lieorue M. j
Mi ley v:ir !
oth Ik.- applicants lor a- j
f the Census m mis d" i
rre ssionul l)iurict,
bad if ..me ritlle4' f'
U woiil'l loi j
How would step j
i and u'ei the appo'intmeiit
- l.i.r uiiliticians
sacrilieed themselves for the ,0od of
the t-arty and if there are any plnms
to be handed around the idum
will surely passed to them hr.-t.
....... wlio has Ix-cn ace
spendm- twenty cents a day foolishly
found that by savin- the saine he
. . . t he foi W-
could buy iro.n i:i ;
inj: bill of trood
barrels of Hour,
e I il II
ulated su-ar, i. pounds corus....w.
pounds maecaroni. m por.n.is
white lx-ans. ti pounds -round jvppcr,
1 ,io.e.i scrubbing brushes, -V pouiuis
soda, a l''"'ls "'il!itcd !Uv- r',
canstomaU.es. M cans mae.ce-.vl. ..0
pounds best raisins. I dozen paeka-. s
i iw JO oounds oat meal. -0 poun.is
1 barrel cracKeis.
hominy. 1" pounds
brooms, 1- bottle
mince meat. I do..
; machine oil.
pounds dried apples. -" po
40 pounds laundry
starch. -,; pounds
table salt, - poun
ds lard. 1 bottles
maple syrup. 1H bars soap
chow chow.tl ream note paper.
envelopes, and two newspaiiers
one year. Kx.
A down-east editor has drawn up
seme new game laws which he has
adopted: "Book agents-may be killed
from October 1st to November 1st:
Spring poets from March 1st to June
1st: Umbrella borrowers from August
1st to November 1st: while every man
who accepts a newspaper two years,
and upon being presented with the
bill, says, I never ordered it, may be
killed on the spot, without reserve or
relief and buried face downward with
out benefit or clergy."
One of the most urgent needs of
Okiahomo is women, and its legisla
tors are apparently about to offer
them special inducements to come
there by giving them the right to vote
and hold office. If they won't come
to perform the useful but unobtrusive
part of wives and mothers, content to
rule the household, they propose to
make agreeable to them by making
them rulers of the body politic alder
men, county commissioners, mayors,
governors, judges, sheriffs and police
men. They are evidently not partic
ular what kind of women they get
there so that they get them.
According to the Poplar Bluff Re
publican, Butler eounty's new Pro
bate Judge married his first couple in
the following language' "West Neblet
and Mary House, do youa gree to live
together as man and wife so long as
you both shall live? Then by author
ity of a majority of votes cast at the
last November election, in Butler
county, and by and with the consent
of Mayor J. R. Hogg and the city
council of Poplar Bluff, and also by
the laws and constitution of the State
of Missouri and of the United States,
and without waiting for the aid or
consent of any other nation, I pro
nounce you man and wife: 2 please'
The dinner habit is growing in the
Democratic party. This has many
pitfalls for a man like liryan, who
goes to nearlv all of them, and who
talks wherever he goes. At each din- i
ner he makes an assault on Jefferson-1
(ism and .lacksomsm in some shape.
and some of his diies are beginning j
' .1.: . i .. ..e i.: I . '
i 10 ee mis. in ciicu ui iu r-iievi -ue :
the Kepublicaus htul much to attacK. i
It he Keeps on taming trom tens lime;0f May and remain
! to the opening of the Democratic I 'on-
I vention with such recklessness as he '
! has levn displaying in ilie past two
' weeks the Democrats will he frighten- !
led into rejecting him. His vanity. !
however? is ItUelv to Keep his tongtse
.. . "
111 L ( l .( .1 I 1 I 111. . II I 1 I'll III' I l.Ti I
xrKS lue nomination, and lie lie leves
; t iiii
lies will Lrive :t to mm.
Dis-'The Ueiiii))iicaiis are prayiu
will sweep the convention, as lie did
in I' lie wiil lie far eaicr to U-at
than in- wa
to annex I ilea,
think i: is soun
! ; is. of coarse.
The :a..i w iio a
II. Ml!'.:' are tile
-peak of a prupaa v.i.a
and they app- a""
Mil t of a cim-i'iiv.c
nothing o! i':e Kilid.
e ".oil!;: t' '" t he ali-
vtiie! of 'ui-a. I i.e
iniproveineiils which havi
ini'ui'a as a eonsi iji;. !,.-.
nf t:! .niei
iviou to ail
:d ;i.;.t tiiev
ican oci-upatior arc -it ..
the inhabitants o! tin- lsn
,-:!;i iie rei'.ed oil lo vot..- to l iake t
Avierlean connection ehi-er and p.
inaneiit when the time for vi.Mn
I-,';, iloiib: la-cd le felt on
.-.. tiioiex.itionists in ':iba
are not j
....in.' :i round ami iirocla iimn
iiarpiir-e with brass hands. The:!'
ai.-ut. however, is "rowing stni
everv da v hv natural acereiieii.
tiie war iieaa a year a
was render.. rtain. tln.iiL;h
i. :, -!! I
not occur this vear. and nia
.-in- next year. It will come in
verv near I'lture. tl:c ' u.ians
i, it. and the uhan
by it. thou-!: the I t'lt. tl
States in ireneral i
hound to Ih- l .-n-
il then bv. - (ilolie-Deinocra
ISroom corn, which sold las! :;.li at
a ton. is today worth ami
there is a possibility of Us goinjr to
i-i. ;.. short time. The 'i-eat in-
civase in price is not due to a corner,
but to an actual shortage ia tho mar
ket For several years broom corn
has been tit a very low ti!?ur. and as
j a consequence the fanners in the cen
tral portion of Illinois, where the
bulk of the corn is raised, haveue-
l their acreage r.oui yea: .o
until a short tune a;u t.ie lnaun-
i facturers at
ud brokers awoke to me
, ...,.tlin.r f..et .hat ther
was a scan ity
; ..f 1...00M1 corn. In a week the pri.
of broom corn
) f,-.,.n s.-,o to 'H a ton
bcenradully -"i,1Sr u'' cVel !i,MV'
XfterUie lirst hi- jump the manufac
turers of brooms met am
t,, mttet the increase.
count of the steady rise they have,
called anotiier mectin-. -Our prices
!..re not commensurate with the price
: e " . ..ui oiii' i I'f u.i;.iii' n... -
, ..Ve have added only 4( or
cents a dozen to the price of brooms
while it ought to be T-- cents hijrhor.
I should not be surprised if the meet-in-
voted to increase prices 1 a do..
Illinois furnishes fully lH.'r cent of
ill the broom corn used in the country
and a scarcity here affects every manu
As we came in on a Big Four train
last Saturday from Delaware we
noticed a well barbered and highly
scented 4 'young man of the period"
complacently admiring a fine pair of
patent leather shoes which were ele
vated on the seat in front of him.
Finally he espied a thread on one of
his shoes, and, seizing it, be gently
drew it to him. It seemed to be quite
long, so he wound it around bis kid
gloved hand. After getting quite a
knot of it he found it was fast to bis
side, and, glancing along his leg, he
found that he had unraveled one seam
of his pants leg, which hung in a
loose flap. The last we saw of him he
had borrowed two pins from the con
ductor, and was retreating sidewise
toward the smoking car with horror
and disgust plainly depicted on his
conntonence. Ohio State Journal.
Hunt's Lightning oil
Cures Catarrh, Neuralgia, Sprains
Cramp Colic, Diarrhoea, Cuts, Head
ache, Rheumatism. Good for man
and beast. Failing, money refunded
io tlx Anniversary
And Commencement and Southern
Teachers' Association Meeting
Southern Illinois University, Car
bondale, June 11-18. 18!9.
For the Above occasion the IllinoisJ
Central railroad company will sell
round trip tickets from Cape Girar
deau to Carbondale at rate of 11.90.
Tickets on sale June 13th to 1.1th in
clusive: limited for return passage to
and including June 17th.
J T DUNCAN. Agent.
C C McCakty, G I' A
The Appetite ol a ;at
Is envied by all poor dysjiepties
whose stomach and liver are out f
order. All such should know that Dr
King's New Life Pills, the wonderful
stomach and liver remedy, gives ;
splendid apetite. sound digestion
and a regular bodily habit that in
sures perfect health and great energy.
Only il cents at I. Ben Miller's drug
Tli War snip ( oiuln.
l:ivor Cocrver received a telegram
this Friday morning from Captain
Ma vnard of the I". S. gunboat Nash-
... . . .1 ... i. . I...... .il.l
villi sianiii; uiai ui ihui vi
i-jve at 1'aiie Girardeau
on the 10th
here till the 1 1th.
This will give the
,. nj.r,; iieie and
lioat one day and
give everviuMlv a
chance to see her.
Order ol ;! ! -liol ViinU
W'l I !'! V
r v -
dav of NovcMil
lvs:i. tiiehard P.
... i ...i ,.r ,... .,,, i.t i
iviiiiu-. ............ -
( i iirard'-'.iu in me :av: o. ;nv !
.-mm. tic- ;
Sciuioi 1' i:
''Mi nir to Me '
sl sain omntv. ami I
H t-ecUIT tin: isayiK'
of said sum oi
nineth day ol
said 1 lie.ia .-d 1 '.
on t :
K inni-on. Is wif
liver'-:! 0 sail! en
iv. :'or ll
aim ;hc iH-a.-h! i.
Towiisiii-;- an.i '.-.
tli- ir certain mort.r i
tir-V i l.IiV'-ye.. to ih
v i :
.uart.-r ! i
' ami ill!
tll'tilWl L e
-. nov. ow...
il l.l L-e ' -I
V i '
.. to 'A ilsll" i
1 1 -:tsi.
i l' u "ir.e
acres', all in s.-'
ii.irty-one . ..I -.
a in. l onlainia
a il -f. - i! ' '. tec
Atei eevas. it h
.ii,..-i-';ijc that il
s ipu i:i'-d '.n sjtiil !
,;:'ae:t -hou'.d he:
' oi said siim of ;
the i!.:--res; tii.-iv- 1
"Ol i o.
! on. or any p;n
j -imulii lnvome
i cord in to the
ihe-fof . . Vt-ii the salue
lui. and p-iya'nie :ie-eno-.-ui.d
.-'le-.-t of the,
said bond, tiien tin- t! en
of l 'ii -l ;ii iu deau e.tin';
siioui.i without suit o:i sa"
deed, seli a' public a lie!'
.11. tO the
hi-hes! indder. Tor cash t i lian.l.
aive liescribed r al ..-t:tre upon -i-."-in-twenty
days public notice ol the
j time, terms ami '.;ice o. .- il.-. jm
Wliercas. Ule COl.aL .... . .1..
(iirardeau county. Vy a'j onler made
and enteii-n of re. -ord the seven
teenth day of Xoycmtvr. I!is. tV.th
tind that default has lnt-n made in tiie
i.avni. nt of said -i'Jii money, an oni-
ini: to the t.-nor and fleet of said j
bimd. and that the -aid Kichard 1". i
Kinni-on is now indebted to the said ;
-, .. t .. : .1 .1 i :
county lor m- '.ise i saiu xnum
Townships and County School l-'und j
in the slim of one hundred and forty- j
ei-ht (si is j.lolhii's principal and ;
iiit. r -t due and uiip.iiil on said bond.
Ami. whereas, il was both ordered
and directed by the court That th-j
h.-rilV of Cape ( , irorcea'.i e.jiiutv jiiv
, . ii .i . .. :.i .1 ...... ..l...-,i i
ee'e.l in sen ine s.. m n.u ..o. ...... ... i
d.-cribed, upon the terms, conditions!
and stijialatioiis set foth in s-jid
movta'e deed accordin- to law. now.
th.-r.-Tore. I. IJernhard ( .ocke!. sh...-ritl !
of :i!.' ' irar.ieau coi'.n'.y. statj .'..foil- :
said. b virtue of s;iid order o; said i
county 'court, and by authority in nv i
vested by saii; iuori-a-e de.-il. .iiii. on .
Wednesday, the Third May ' May.
t tin- south front door o; l!ie couit
house, in the city f .laclrson. C;.).
Cirnrdeau county. Missouri, h. t.veen
the hours of l"o clock in the ton-noon
and " o'clock in the afternoon of that
day and durin- tiie session of the
Circuit Court, offer, at public sale, to
the hi-hest bidder' for cash in hand,
ail the ri-ht, title, claim and interest
that the said Kiehard 1'. Kinnison and
Mar;-illa Kinnison had in and to the
above described real estate.
Order of Publication. j
State of Missouri, at the relation and
to the use of E. L. Hope. Collector I
of the revenue Cape Girardeau
county, in the State of Missouri,
The Unknown Heirs and legal repre
sentatives of M. S. Mitchim.
Action to Enforce Tax Lien.
Now, at this time comes the plain
tiff, by counsel, John A. Hope, Esq.,
before the undersigned, clerk of the
circuit court of Cape Girardeau
county, in vacation, and files his pe
tition and affidavit herein, stating
among other things that the defend
ants are non -residents of the State of
Missouri, and cannot bt summoned
in this action. It is therefore ordered
by the clerk foresaid, in vacation,
that publication be made notifying the
said defendants that an action has
been commenced against them by pe
tition in the circuit court of Cape
Girardeau county, Missouri the ob
ject and general nature of which is to
enforce the lien of the State of Mis
sonri, for taxes upon the following
described lands, towit:
Four (4) acres, being the east part
of the northwest quarter of section
six (6), Township thlrty-wne (31),
Range thirteen (13), in the county of
Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
That unless they be and appear at
the next regular term of this court to
be begun and held in the court house,
in the city of Jackson, Cape Girar
deau count v. Missouri, on the first
Monday in May next, 1, and on or
before the third day thereof, (if the
term shall so long continue: if not,
then before the end of the term, ) and
answer or demur to plaintiff's peti
tion, the same will be taken as con
fessed and judgment rendered accord
ingly it i-t further ordered that a COP
hereof be published in the Cape Girar- I
deau DEMOCRAT, a newspaper riuiu
and published in the city of Cape
Girardeau, Cape Girardeau county,
Missouri, for four weeks successively,
the last insertion to lie at least fifteen
days before the first day of the next
term of this court.
STATE OF MISSOURI. (s
Countvof 'ai Girardeau. ?
I. Chris. F. Bet ten. 'lerK of the
Circuit Court wichin and for the said
countv, hereby certify that the above
and foregoing is a full, true am'- com
plete copy of the order made 'iy me
this dav in the alw.ve suit.
In Tkstimonv '-Yhkkkof, I -save
hereunto set my hand and
affixed the seal of said
T i '..ii,-t riwii- t. urtwv in
citv of Jackson., in said county,
tcth day of Mar. -h. A. I). 1!!.
l iiuw r. iktti-.:n -Clerk
of the Circuit Court.
Attest: JoHX A. HoPK-ma.rl'-MiH-hv.
Attorney for PlaintlrT
A I. tic lor Tr.
Manv 'ople have lwi-n cured or
Ii:lm'y u.'-ases )v tak'nir a ."fKr bott .t
-'olevrs Kidn. y I lire
Twenty Years Proof.
nar,m1 mntinn nnrl riennse '
jic SV5ICIT1 UI illl iiiiu ji uita .mi
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con
stipation antl kindred diseases.
"Lfin t no witnoin inem
!u. p. smith, chiles, urjr. Va.
wntes I uon t know haw I could
k without them. I have had
t . i r . .
:..iver aiseasc ior me: iwuiu
Am now entirely cured
Futt's Liver Pills i.
lrrcgalarlties and dernnRmenta.
It am become the leadise remedy
for this cln's of troubles. It exert
a oaderfiiltv healing, strengthen
in and eootbins Influence upon
tin menstrual orrans. It curea
"whites" sn.l fallinKof the womb.
Ii atopa flooding and relieves up-
cresied and paiafttl menstraatioa.
tor Change of Life it ia the beat
medicine made. It is beneScial
during prejrnaartr. and helpj to
bnnff cnaarcn n.iu
for years. It iuviRorates. stimu
lates, strengt-wu' tiie whole sys
tem. This grcut remedy is oSerea
to all afflicttU women. Ytny will
any woman si:J.-r another minute
with certain relict within reach T
Wine of Currf .', onlycosta r.-W er
bottle at stora.
Tnr aArift.in to.- "cuWnj n".-iol
turn. ' : -"iptomfc La:.t'f
icin Co., CUat:anuwjt. Zenn.
Ee. 1. W. SMITH. Camdea. S. C. tayt:
em, 3 ut:d Wine olCaniul at home
to failing ol the v.cmb and It antirelj
et M ner.
S JLTs Q O N?
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
I- Fine Whisk).-. Wines and Ci-ars
; c? Tiif Celebrated Anheuser-Husch
' IVf'.' alvray" fresh on Xv.y.
1 Cures Fever.
2 " Worms.
3 " Infants Diseases.
8 ' Neuralgia.
9 Cures Headache.
10 " Dyspepsia.
11 " Delayed Period
12 " Leuchorrea.
14 " Skin Diseases.
15 Cures Rheumatism.
16 " Malaria.
20 " Whooping Cough
No. 27 " Kidney Diseases.
No. 30 " Urinary Diseases
No. 77 " Colds and Grip.
Sold by Druggists, or sent prepaid a
receipt of price, J5c., or 5 for $1.
Db. Hcmphbxts' HoMioPA-raro Hakuai
or Diseases Mtn.xn Fau.
Hanipirrja' Had. Co. Ill WllliawSU V.X
BIG BARGAINS AT
H. A. LEHER'S
Stoves ad Tinware.
Largest and cheapest house in
R00FINQ WD CUTSRINS-
Broadway, CAPE GIRARDEAtT.-MO.
The Jell known baker, has opeaed-a
new s-iop at No .10, Main street., and
will kst?p a full supply of genuine Rye
and Vienna bread, and cakes of all
kinds tm hand at all times.
Mrs. M. Suphan nee Haenizhen,
would I- Pleased to have all her old
customers at the Haenichen biitery
"ive him a call.
The Nkw B. & C
3o Main Strcrt.-
( lllice and .vsidewe in
Ilo'.h build -i Brosiwu-y.
CAPE J.i:Ai:'s)!:-r. M
tcl'alls :i5tvivrt by dsiy r
F. VV. VOGT,
j. -m.tr. in
c.M-f- ;n:Ai::;KAf. - - - o.
!-';lr'. i.l-w stM-I, t to-Wt-t
i .s.' ii.ir Bi-'l lwfiii,:'
All '.:iilf el Vt'nfs '."V
!.f-t ini;rwil and
rvi. in 'he aiaTkrt.
in llie iM't: mar.nei
:.r..l n; moia-rau- i'r.-s.
. . -i r r o I ..t--
SLaple and Fancy
;KV AN." I'iUIsH S"f !
vi-rv I. t "! -r. 'i 3st opnu" t At' in tllP
l our "iit
, .m i i.: li i
.. ..,.t i';;
:i; i saf lent t t
:;t ., TOLEDO
FABLER'S BUI? I
Frazer Axle Grease
Not affected by Heat or Cold.
Highest Awards at Centennial
Paris and World's Fair.
Kanuhed pgA2ER LUBRICATOR CO.,
factories: Chciago, SL Loola. New Yoifc
:?CUBES NOTHING BUT PriES,
fcj nfijiacif an laaatiif mm -m-r " .-
wwri emu. ,ffectK
J. D. DEAliE, Proprietor.
7-9-11-13 S. Sixth Street,
ST. LOUIS. : : : MISSOURL
Buildins and Furniture all newj
Transient solicited. ane28nl9
C. LINOEMANN & SON.
OP ALL KINDS.
White and yellww pine, pop
;m, walnut, aaa and enen
plar, r?vre. oak.
gwm, walnut, aaa ana cnerry .
in cell:nR-aU gnuin. Flahin lnmbor,
lata, shingles, mouldings, window ana door
casings. Window and door frame. aU aUea
mad to order on nfcnrt notice. Dttmma any
vben inside rf city limit.
Spanish St, Cave Girardbo, Mo
Wheo You Cajne
to tl Cape Stop at'
Best; European Hotel
ant? Besturant ftrthe-Citji-
AU kinds of grae fish aad- th'
earliest eame market in the city..
Oysrers-in seasnx a specialty.
Tb best meal is the city serwsd to
5- GITY BAKERY,-
FP; STEVENS PROP
Tia-Tery best breaJ baked very
dxy and delivered to customer in
any puri of the cili..
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
C-w-sultation and- Examiniiion
Free- OM:. at Kail's- stable, Cape
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