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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Etfery Saturday by
TD6 Democrat PrintiRQ Go.
11 THEMIS STREET. ' .
Entered at the Poet Offie at Cape Giraidran,
Mo., a stnd-elass matter.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1WO.
The Deoi'MTaU of Dunklin county
ae for free silver, free whUkey, free
lunch and a free fight for Cougress. -
Away out in the wilds of Ripley
county, where Col. Rife lives, the
Democrats are yelling for Vandiver,
Vit-g McKay, Congressman Vandl
ver's opponent for the Democratic
nomination for Congress, is makinc
a tour over the district. Mr. McKay
is in earnest and he is a vote getter.
Some of the bit politicians in this
county will soon begin to undergo
shrinkage, and by the time the next
Republican county convention does
its work they will be out of sight
Congressman Vandiver is announc
ing himself as a candidate for re
election ia a number of the country
papers. The Democrat who runs - for
Congress in this district is expected
to spend at lean, one year's salary,
and if he. hasn't got the money to
spend he don't go to Congress that's
"There was a tacit understanding
that we wsjuld give the Filipinos their
freedom and independence,'' remarks
a Democratic exchange. If there was
any understanding it was between the
forces of Aguinaldo and Win. J
Bryan. The fatal mistake that Agu
inaldo nade was in supposing 'that
the Democratic party was the whole
thing in this country. California
The vicious election law in Ken
toeicy caused the election contest
which resulted ia the assassination of
William Goebel, the Democratic con
sstant for the Governorship. We
may look for similar trouble in St.
Louis at the next election.' The Dem
ocratic Legislature of Missouri, at Its
last session, framed an election law
for St, Louis as vicious and damna
M aathe Kentucky law. '
ThOepidemic of small-pox that is
sweeping over Southeast Missouri is
-baffling the medical fraternity. The
-rdocWrntlt-diagnw hedijease as
small-pox, bat claim there Ts some
w about it something "thv hv an
, 'wi unable to ."catch on to."
fur ""Icted are not as sick as is
"Those" sK - old-fashioned small-pox:
usual in tfe-... 'anger in the disease as
There is 1I"lyjv. doctors say. Ia
it now prei v had fifty cases
Mississippi cotW s;-dx and not
a sinrle death. . s
The Patriotism of YtOkre Bantai? of
the St. Louis Coanty Advocate beln
questioned by a contemporary, be re
futes the impeachment and saysr
-Some day when the pen shall fall
from these nerveless hands, and we
lay down to pleasant dreams, all we
ask U that some kind friend or broth
er lay old glory upon our pulseless
fund write us the follo-.ving epi-
.. nnn nn a foreign soil, but
.apu. " -
.1W an American and a Republican,
so that on the bright morn of the day
of reserection our enchanteu eyes may
.'first behold the 'stars and sTipes,'
the emblem of the fros, and. from our
lips may go forth the exultant shout:
Three cbeora for McKinley'." -
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-Address, The Dominion Company,
Dept. K, Chicago. "
THE ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMO-
r-riAT U unouestionably one of the
greatest of American Newspapers. It
has correspondents everywhere and
' covers every field of News, foreign
and domestic. It is strictly. Ropubli
can in politics, but is, above all, A
. NEWSPAPER, and ought to be iu
every homo during the important
' ,c,;rlpr.t;nl Camnaien of 1900. The
nriee bv mail, Daily, including Sun
day, is Six Dollars per year. Daily
without Sunday, Four Dollars per
vear.- Sumiay only,. Two Dollars per
year. Weekly, issued in SEMI
WEEKLY Sections, One Dollar per
ThA latter edition is A BIG
JCtiH . ,
SEMI-WEEKLY PAPER, almos
,,oi tr tho averase 'Daily at the
..price of the averageWeekly. It
rives ALL THE NEWS,
'-, o o-rpnt- variety of ihterestw
and instructive reading .matter for
every member of the family. Write
fv Samnle Copies to the Globe-
- Printing Co., St Louis, Mo.
Some of the newspapers of conti
nental Europe are predicting that
England before long will be obliged
to change its Cabinet and pat Rose-
bery at the head of Ihe new one.
Rosebery is personally rather more
popular amone the Tories than lie
is anion? his own vartr frienils.
This consideration may be a recom
mendatios: to 'aim in a crisi like this,
when a mixed Cabiayt might have to
be formed. It woulu be fatal to any
idea of perma nancy in it, of course
As a successor of Gladstone at the
head of the Liberal party Rcseb-ry
had a yery short career. Th it f.u
may have been uue to his party's in
herent weakness more , than to any
drawback in himself. It is well
known, however, that a large element
of the Liberal party is against Rose
bery, and unlesB a new alignment of
political forces, such as has taken
place in England in the past on more
than one occasion, occurs now, this
aristocratic democrat bas no chance
to stay in power if he should get in
at alL Globe-Democrat.
Judge Connelly, of the Bloomfield
Vindicator, is for any living man"
in Dunklin county whom the Demo
crats of that county will endorse for
Congress. It's anything to beat Van-
diver with him. ' t
. Werfc Evm Made Strong,
dim vision made clear, styes removed
and granulated lids or sore eyes of
any. kind speedily and effectually
cured by the use of Sutherland 's Eagle
Eye halve. It's put un in tubes, an
sold on a guarantee by all good drug
How t Fravvat croa. '
We have two children who are sub
ject to attacks of etonn. Whenever
an attack is coming on my wife gives
them Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy
and it always pre-enU the attack. It
is a household necessity fatbte county
and no matter what else we run out of,
it would not do to be without Cham
berlain's Cuugh Remedy. More of it
ia sold here than of all other cough
medicines combined. J. M. Nickie,
of Nickie Bros., .merchants, Nlckle-
ville, Pai For sale by I. Ben Miller
Book on Disease of Horse.
Book on diseases of horses, ' cattle,
sheep, dogs, bogs and poultry . mailed
free by addressing Humphreys' Vetor
inary Specifics, corner . William ft
Soile to stockholder.
Notice is hereby given to the Stock
holders f the Cape Girardeau Tele
phone Company that there will be a
meeting at the office of the Cape Gir
ardeau Telephone Co. In the city ot
Cape Girardeau, State of Missouri,
on the 28th day of March. 1900. at
o'clock, a m., for the purpose of
submitting a proposition to issue first
mortgage bonds on the property of
th said Cape Girardeau Telephone
Co. to the amount of 910,000, payable
ten years after date, but redeemable
at the option of the Company Ova
yeiW after date; to bear 6 per cent!
interest, payable semi-annually; ana
for the transaction of such other bus-;
inessas may come before said meeting.
James F. Brooks,
L. J. Albert,
A. R. Ponder,
Board of Directors.
Tbe Appetite ot Boat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose stomach and liver are out of
order. All 6uch should know that Dr
King's New Life Pill3, the wonderful
stomach and liver remedy, gives a
splendid appetite, sound digestion
and a recrular bodily habit that in
sures perfect health and great energy
Only 25 cents at I. Ben Miller's drug
i i.noaia Maae trom SI to S. a
Day All "Winter.
Wp want tio men to wort ior us
urinir the fall and winter in this coun
ty to take subscription orders for the
Prairie Fanner. ' Bi money can be
made by our special plan of work.
Ianv are now making from 1 to !4 a
v and will double this after the sub
scription seas n fairly opens up. Our
plan of work gives a clear tteia. w e
nt enlv two good mon for tins coun-
tv The first rename appiic;-.ui m
ffct the work. Send reference and
.rile at occe. 'ihe Prairie l-armer
has been publistiea ior r.earij why
vcarsand is well known to every good
r.i. 'n'n.i "utock-raiser. Write at
once, Address 1
The Fhaieie Farmer,
166 Adams Sti-eet, Chicag
Have u Had tlie Urlpf
ji e, you probably need
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough--incidental tostbis
Rooms to Rent.
The undersigned has a comfortable
house or rooms to rent on sprigs
street. Call on or address,
II B. OLIVER
" cure ana Treatment of tlic Mete
Dr. Suinphrevs' Specific Manual on
fha trpatmpnt and cure of the sick
mailed free on request. -Addres
Humphreys' Medicine Co., New York
Bargains In Millinery.
For one week, beginning Monday
January 15, I will sell my entire stock
nf stamned troods at a ereat reduc
tion. Millinery all goes regardless
of cost. Annie D. Speak.
List of Executors, Administrators
Guardians and Curators who are re
quired by law to exhibit their accounts
for settlement on the day and date
below named, at the February Term,
1900, of said court, to be begun and
held at the court house in the city of
Jackson, Cape Girardeau county,
Missouri, commencing on Monday,
February 12th, 1900.
MOMDAY, FEBECABY 12th, 1900. :
Allen Thomas A., guardian of Wm.
M. Stinkard, a minor. - .
Abernathy, Eli, administrator of
tho estate of M. R. Hope, deceased.
Bennett, James E., Jr., administra
tor of the estate of John Hitt. decea'd
Blomeyer, E. F., guardian of minor
hirs of Frank O'Hare, deceased.
Colyer, Curtis L., guardian of Athel
W. Colyer, a minor.
Drallc, Henry C, administrator of
estate of Mary Bornemann, deceased.
Denton, George W., guardian of
minor heirs of W. T. Melton.deceased.
English, Henry R.. guardian of
Freddie Reese, a -jinor. .
TCESDAY, FEBBCAEY 14TH,' 1900. ' .
Geodson, George W., administrator
of estate of Kirk Goodson, deceased.
Herzinger, F. A., administrator of
estate of AgusteC, Herzinger, dee'd.
Hoeckele, Charles, executor of the
estate of Louisa Heeckele, deceased. .
Hatch?r, Julia A., guardian of R.
E. Hatcher, a minor.
Hlnkle Peter M., guardian of George
& Annie Jinkons. minor. .
Heise; Henry, guardian of. Albeft
G. Heise, a minor. .....- -
Howard, Edward, executor of estate
of Wade H. Shaner, deceased. ,
Hope, Thomas D., guardian - of
minor heirs of John M. AdaaM, dee'd.
Horrell. John A., guardian f tmnof
heirs of H. W. Howard, deceased
Kiehne, HenJy, " administrator, of
estate of Samuel Casey, deceased. '
Kelpe, Charles, executor of estate
of John F. Klepe, deceased.. .
Wednesday, Febscary, 14th, 1900,
Keeling, William N., guardian of
Thomas H. Pow, amlnor. .
Keller, Frederick, guardian of
Reinhold Rubel, a minor. ' ' .
Klaproth William F., guardian of
Edna C. Summers, a anaor
Lee, Mary A., guardian " of Viva
Lee, a minor. ' h
LaCroix, Jacob, gaariian of .Bern
hard LaCroix, a minor. ..
Mills, Jacob G,.mariia of Saanie
J. and Junius E. Mills, smboi. -
Miller, James H-, guarBof Barry
and Jettie Laytoa, minor. . . '
Miller, William H., gaBroiao of
Albert T. Summers,. a minor.
Moglar, Frank, guardian of Ama
and Ba Hoeckele, minora.. -
Miller, MolUe C, gaasilBB of
Charles G. Miller, minor. .' : '
McCultooff , B. L., guardian of
minor hairs of Cbas. G. Milter,, dee.
Macke, Jtclias, guardian of n exw
minor childrew. .
Thuhsday, February ISthu - 19t
Mantz. . Alvlaa. admmlstrattix mt
estate ot Frederick Relbecke, dieasedt
McFadden. Mitchell.: guarwan or
Forrest Alii good, a minor. ' ' '
McNealv. Robert W.. adminyeratov
of estate of Loai Tilley; deceaiied.
Oliver. Jobs r., admulstratpr. oi
estate of Luell)E. Baldridgsdea'd.
Putz. Josenb r, admtaistratop . qi
estate of Josopb PaUr deceased.'
Poe. Albert B., d minis teator of
astate. of Caroliair Bauer, -.daeeBed.--
Pbe. Albert -K- adminucrattMr qi
estate of FrankHai Greath, deceased.'
Rose. WilhelsMsst, guanuaa ml
Rabich Hermaaiu naraiaB 0t.i4u.1u
Griffith, m minor.
Schaefer WUliaak o.r guaaman
minor heirs of J. d Cstoer, teBsMed.
Heibart, David Ba.carcUBB4r-n.ana
Engelbardt, a mfror. - ' V ' i
Sawer, Robsst SLr gnardla of
Ray W. Colyer, mlaor. v-.i-y t
Sawyer, Robert, Sa.. guartttaa; of
minor heirs of Robert Baldrldgeeo'd.
Friday, FiasrtrABY 16th,. 3W4X. :
Sander. William G., guaidiM: of
Henry and Augasta Gross,' minarai
Sander,- William guaituaa' n
Bertha Sebastian, a minor. ; - .. .
Stevenson, A. K., guardian a4.CU.rk
H. and Harlan C. lieed, minoiw. .- :
Summers. Emmett A., guarcian oi
minor heirs of L. V. William, dec d.
Stevenson Julius, guaraiaEoi ltoot
L. Stevenson, a minor. " i
; Strocsr J. F. & G. administoators of
estate of Isom Strong, deceasud.
Snider, John A., guardian, oi Unas.
W Pnter. a minor.- i
ThomDson. William P., guardian
nf Anhn A. Hankie heirs. -. ! -
Thnmnson and Bonuey ai&nimstra-
inr nf .Tamos C. Thomusoivdeceased
Thompson. D.'C, actminjjJrators oi
estate ot J- J. inoiEpa v-o.
SiTrniwv Febhl-ARY l"SrH. 1900. v
Voges, Agast, guardian of .'August
Hoffmeister, a minor. ,-
nmhna A . TiianiiHn or
Wra. W '. i Amon ii. r.liimr, minors.
Webb, Rtjbecea A.. guaraian os
minor heirs of Wm. VV. Webo, dec
WesselL -ienry, gueraian oi ugu
Wessell, an insane poeson. ,
Wiley, Eliza. C,?uaroian oi iMarti
E. 'Shorter, a minor. - .
Waddle.- Jacob, administrator i
estate of II. K. Kyoion, deceased.
Williams, Harrison li., guaraiaaw
rr.ncT!. Wilharjs. a minor.
Woods S. Elliott, gue-rcuan oi nuuur
heirs of Hy L. Schserer, deceaseu
AtCSt: HB.Mil 1 LLft,
Clerk Probate Court
You may, by doing little writing at
your nome, secure
... TA 1 ?D Pvaitllftl TtllAl.
in eiiner uraujjuuu
ness Colleges Nashville, St. Louis,
Little Rock, Ft. Worth, Galveston,
Khrfivenort or Savannah. leat pat-
Collozes in the
South. For particulars address, The
Illustrated Youth and A?e, Nashville,
Tenn. .. . - '
Te Eagle, Klx ot all Rlrda,
tvvt or ' its keen sight, clear
rfis.tinct vision, so are iuw
who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
air ores, stves. sore eyes of any
kiador granulated lida. Sold oy all
ler3 at 25 conts! . . :.
Hunt's Core . t
Cures all skin diseases in all its va' :
rious forms. No internal treatment
necessary. Failing- mocey
Trutee's 8ala of Real Sstate.
Whereas, Herman ' Koehrer and
Annie Koehrer husband and wife, by
their certain deed of trust, dated the
eighteenth day of M.iy, eighteen hun
dred and ninety-nix (I890)acd record
ed in book "S" page GOO, of the
Recorder's office of Caps Girardeau
county, State of Missouri conveyed
to the undersigned tbe following de
scribed real estate, situate, lyind aad
being in tne county or I'apcO.rardeau
and State of Missouri, to-wit:
Lot number eighty-seven (.), in
range "T" of Ingram's Addition to
the City or t ape Uirardeau. .
Which said conveyance to the un
dersigned was made in trust to secure
the payment of a certain promissory
note in said . deed of trust described.
And whereas, default has been made
in the payment of the principal and
Interest of said note.
Now therefore, at tbe req uest of the
legal holder of said note, and in pur
suance ot tne conditions in sain neea
of trusts, the undersigned will, on
Tuesday, tbe Twentieth Dayof Febru
Between tbe hours of nine o'clock ia
the forenoon and five o'clock in tbe
afternoon of that day at the court
house door In the City of Cape Girar
deau, Cape Girardeau county, Mis
souri, sell the same at public vendue,
to tbe highest bidder for earn in band,
to satisfy, said note and cost or exe
cuting this deed of trust. '
J. MAPLE WILSOT,
Whereas. Dledricb Schrader (a
widower) by bis certain deed of trust,
dated the second day' of November
eighteen hundred and. ninety-seven;
.-A In twuilr "V " aim 3M.
MIM IBWIHVW BB I I"-B-
of the Reoordei's office of toe county
ot Cap Girardeau, State of Missouri,
conveyed to the andersigawi the , fol
lowing described eal estate, situated
la tbe county of Cape Girardeau and
State or Missouri, tc-wii:
The south half fir of Lot uasBbered
iJrty-OB () Ib raBge "F," to tbe
city of Caps GirardesM, being ttir-aix
(sai feet rroBS oy, oner nunarew mum
slgWy (180) Umi in depfll' ' -.
WMca said ooBvej anevto the ouisr
slgaed was mad ia traftMo secur ae
pajawt of a certain promissory sots
fa Mia deed of trust desert bed; a
Wbereasylbe said DledriA Scbra
bat eVpartcBl thia life, aad aror tkm
Blue Bsootlw have elapsed since nbs
date f his aWth; aad . ,
Wbsreasv default bas beenr made In
tbe fMsymea of th - prlncjal aad
lntereat of sM note. x
Nowaberefere, at tbe reqnesv of tbe
legal balder mt aaid note, andtia pur
uaaoeaf the awaditieas ia said deed
of trust, toe OBdwrsigned will, oa .
SAttnmrY, thbt24th Day of'Iebet;-
MK, 1900; ; ;
Between the Uoora of tea ocTask in
thefors on -writ gve o'clock ia the
afternooal of thafay at tbe easCdoor
of. tbe coart kousa- in the city of Cape
Girardaaa,. Capa-;Clrardau cawnty,
Missouri sell tbr real estate awve
dMM.rihei9 at DoiMs vendue t-the
Iblghest Udder,. fevoash, far the par-'
poae m i.m;iuy
of executaag this tfwet. ; j
mrrr!Trnf)Ra ND1TICE. Notiie ia.
OenBDy givwa uik iawr icwiukuwj.
m tho flat&ta'nf rKiiaAarts HoDwan.
deeeased. were grantwl to. the unaVr-
igaed.oy a cierx u r
deao Courraf Comraaai'Ploa Xt Cape
tttmrdeanraamntv. Maouri. 'baasrag
Omtm titm 2ttidar of January. J900t.
aaadt esta- art ' reqdiaM to exasbtt
tbssn to hiai'fer allowaace . within ae
f Mim ibd ,tii of aald letters. 4r
tbey may ba yrecladedlArom any baa
ac. a BNAn siaiaaiTn hhid mt aaiu i-i aaawaBi
be-not exhibited withis two years fTcm
tbe date of t tne puDuwaiion oi i
notice, theji will be forever barred.
JKCDOLPril Wf AXiTHEK,-
FOR SPESDv SAFE'ST
AND COMFORT TAKE TOE
Mobile & Olio R. L
The Fawite RoutBween ti-
North and Souths.
ST. LOUK CHICAGO. "
- KANSAS CITY,
UIMINGBAM, - '
, NEW ORLEANSv.
.. - M03ILE.
Land Recursions to-the South at
wtnvaa o suik i4 uu. .
; evervune Aisuii.tr w oro
Spot of smerica.
TENNESSEE, : . , ;
.. .- ALABAMA
or any portion in tie South. -'
For ti-i. ticket rates or atber in
formation call on your nearest . ticket: .
agent o? aaaress
E. E. Posey, G. P. A. Mobila,. Ala.
A. J. Kent, Agt -Jiurphysboro. Hi.
C. L1NDEWANN &
OF ALL KINDS
Waite and yellow pine, poplti.oypitj, oak.
Kia. vatnnt. asiv ami coerrj
ad ceiling all g1e
Mufnflm. - Wine
window aaa aoor
Window avod door frftmeb. Ml sii?t
made to order on abort notlc.
where intide er oiy umiu.
Spanish St. Cape Girardbau, Mo
DON PARR'S .
'-'NO. 40 MAIN STREET. ,
All work In the barber line done with neat
nee and dispatch. Speeial attention given to
ladies and children. Alao
ati3 oG Satft
At any time desired. " Two iiicn poreeJain bath
1.1 ninaiv nttMl nD.niee. brahes and
towels- - Call and examine before going else
where."". '. ' '
- sS Strictly white barbbrs ..
R. F. WICHTERICH.
and STJILQEOlsr. ; V
Office in Coerver'a Drug Store.
Phone: Office No. 1. Residence No. 251
Calls bv night or day promptly at
- DBALEB 15 nSZ BEAJTD9 OT
U1r;es aod ars.
riant aalooa la the city. Saadal attnttoa
A. Q. CRYTIHG.
Of Churches. Scboote, Business
Blocks and Firet-Claw Residences.
' 0Plan and Saeeifkations a
Specialty. Headquarter at Prescott
OFFICE 61 1 MOADWAY.; VHONeMO.
J. S. lUGaaa. laws' Kaaafcr, Tbea K.
J. I,. Bcrrox, . 0., nyatdaa & ehaajs.
Dr. Buxton will take charee ef tbe
patienU at the Gaseo Cbemic Iaatitnte
during the hours' named. Theremaia
iW f iiia tinw will be devoted to
geaeral practice, a portion of wbleb
he respectfully rtvlcila. Night all
in5 calls to tbe eoantry promptly
OA onen from ls.. to 9 p. m.
Hour far Gaseo Cbeaaic. trMtmaBt:
to 11a.m. .- lao to 3 p. bk
' 7to8iB tbeTsaing.
FrawClinlc from m
days sssd Fridays is FWvio dlasaar
OfllM aad reaidence B tbe Caspaa
Roth bulM oa Breawax. - o6-S
CAPEGIRARDKJSJ, MO. r.
ajTCalla aaawered by day or nigh
. SaaJm inFioa-
-f ON TAP.
FCLBTO MDNOT OCT
a OUARAnTEED rssssdy
or monsy rrfuniti Cca-
teSns rctssSss m "Iwrf
bvs3 ciiT''f.t pLggyfan;
Prices 50c. and
- ; "i
I i 14
SOtX MANOfACTUREHS. .
L. F. KLOSTERM ANN;
vImbp tn tttm wrhrtl Ve Ait Arainm
i no cuts
an propcriy cora tsar amBooa vnm wurna ucm im? msauiiaya i.dmg3iduo& or jLie&.
U.!U .Ml4 IWatiMrlinv A hftMa v4k lmtmA ImiI -irnw nr-msa wLmJika
atocer.lko. Se&d tor frcr. book.
$ lbO iii Gold
Would be considered a small sum to pay
for aa absolute cure for Itching P3esr
EeaemaaltBhemn, Tetter, Pimplesr ;
other erapti va and irritating skin diseaa i ,
Im Hebiia' Uxooin will positively car
I jose disuses or roonrr tfandd Jhys-c- .
ua and hospitals Dr.Hcbra's TJngoid.
They say it will com 90 out of 100 cases.
Price 30 cents. Sample sufficient to gir
relieWor'4cenU in stamps.' y?y ' V
THE G.C.B1TTNEB CO., TOIJEDO-O.
A1URK and OntTAIW CTH
i kitown for IB yeara mmvnm
I BEST RSKSSDYfor PalX9.
. soxo bt axx vrnveaun.
Witeb Hazel 03
One Apa g-a Rt;
MunPttaarrar dib. vjo
iMaaw . - asm as
.iatzh-Mt AwBfdaat Crrtosiflr
Farto al WawM's Fair. .
MIG BARGAINS AT
H. A. LEHER'S
Jjjirt'--si and ebpest hou ra South
Broadway, CAPE Gr5ARIKAU, MO..
Wfcen Yon. Coruti
to the Cape Stop at -t ' ' ,
Hotel Scott, f
Best European Hotel
and Beatarant in tlia
City.' : '' . .-' '.'.
AH ' kind'' o' game ' liso and tie '
earliest eaiiio market i the city. - . . '
Oysters-in 'season V.', necia'ity. ,
Tho beat moal in tbe- vrU'y . sarvei to .
order.. t . , '". .' . ' '
'A SCOTT., ;
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