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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by "
THe Democrat Printina Go.
114. THEMIS STREET.
- Entered at the Port Ode at Cape Girardeau,
Ho., as second-class Batter.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900.
Kentucky is still in the Union, bat
the Bryanites are in the saddle.
The Democrats of Cape Girardeau
county trill probably have a candi
date in the field this year for State
Senator. We hear some whispering
around to that effect.
Kentucky now has two State gotferc
menu. The Democrats are to hold
forth at Louisville and the Republi
cans at London. Frankford, the cap
ital of the State, has been abandoned.
And now that man Lee, of Carter
county, has concluded that he is a
statesman a Bryan, anti-expansion,
free silver, free whiskey, free lunch
Democrat and be wants to go to the
Emery-little old party in the country
will nominate a national ticket this
year, and after the election is over
there will be enough scrap paper left
about the court houses to load
The Prohibitionists will put a ticket
in the field in this State again this
year. Chas. E. Stokes, chairman of
the Prohibition State Central Com
mittee, has called a State convention
to meet at Mexico. Mo., June 13, 1
and la, next
The Democratic papers of this Con
gressional District do not like the
Democracy of the Dnnklin Democrats.
Headed by Editor Caruthers of the
itennett Democrat, the Democrats of
Dunklin county have formed a little
party of their own, the purpose of
which is to raise h-11 in every Demo
cratic convention hereafter to be held
in the District
The National Republican Commit
tee Will make a determined effort this
year to redeem Missouri from Bour
bonism, and the Committee will be
aided by thousands of the better ele
ment of the Democratic party of the
State who are tired of the Democratic
bosses. Missouri is a great State
the lifth State in the Union and once
the Republicans in power it would be
only a short time till this grand old
iitate would lead some of the Slates
that n,ow outrank her. L'-t the i;ood
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Address, The Dominion Company,
Dept. K, Chicago.
Robert Drum of Bollinger county
has announced himself as a candidate
for the State Senate. This Senatorial
district is up against a beastly Demo
cratic majority, and unless a great
-reform wave comes over the district
between now and election day, there
will be no hope for Republican suc
cess. Mr. Drum has represented the
district time and again in the State
Senate, and if he ever did anything
for his constituents we have never
heard of it. It is true, he has made
something of a reputation for himself
as a champion fighter for the big rail
road corporations, but for his peo-
nle his constituents he has done
absolutely nothing. Then why should
the Democrats continue to send him
t. th Sonate? Every county in the
district has abler Democrats than
The Democrats and Populists of
this county are going to combine
their allied forces this year. The
leaders of the two parties have been
consulting and comparing figures, I
and this year they are going to pool
their issues and make a desperate
effort tp capture at least a fair por
tion of the county officers. They rec
ognize the fact that as separate par
ties they nave no show at the polls
and we are reliably informed that
they are going together and support
one ticket. Of course they are going
to work slyly -and secretly. Their
combination ticket will be sprung all
at once, and that will not be until
their convention meets. They pro
pose, we understand, to hold their
convention as late -as possible and
nominate a tickt made up of their
! strongest men. The Republicans will
have to be on guard in the county
The American citizen that is, the
patriotic American citizen cannot
help sympathizing with the Boers in
The Democeats of Scott county are
preparing to get off the Chicago plat
form. They have called an early con
vention and of course the Bryanites
and Yaudiverites will dub their con
ve ition a "snap shot' convention.
A Democratic Senator quotes Mr.
Carnegie as saying: "I prefer to
have Bryan in the White House, with
a Democratic Congress at his back to
undo the work of currency reform
rather than have McKinley there with
powur to hold the territory conquer
from Spain." He further says he
was authorized by Mr. Carnegie to
offer Mr. Bryan a liberal contribu-
Hon to the Democratic campaign fund
on the condition that he would come
out boldly against expansion, and
is said by the same authority that Mr.
Bryan gladly accepted the offer. The
Record of Chicago, which gives the
foregoing, says that Mr. Carnegie de
clines either to confirm or deny the
story, and that the Democratic lead
ers in Chicago generally believe that
it is true.
Running street-cars by compreW si
air Is getting to be quite a feature.
ine system has been longest in oper
ation In Nantes, France. It has been
used there ten years. It is also used
in Berne, Switzerland, and Ylncennes,
France. Experiments are being made
in two or three American cities. Two
cars are being run on a line in New
York city. The Third avenue line of
cars bave been successfully operated
for twelve monshs past, and a number
in Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth
streets in the 6ame city. The ad
vantage urged for the new force is
tat it is available in places where it
is not permissable to place overhead
wire? and poles in the street. The
storage of electricity in street cars is
not successful,, because of the expense
of maintenance, weight of apparatus,
time required- for change and other
obstacles. It said that the cost of
the system is just about J be same as
that of the electric car.
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also a great varietv of interesting
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Printing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gov. Taylor decides to stick.. He-
was elected by the people and repre
sents their cause. He cannot with
draw from the office without unques
tionable reasons and the fullest justi
fication. The fact that the position is
beset with difficulty and danger only
adds to the propriety of his decision.
He reeeiued the most votes and. was.
awarded tbe certificate of eltction in
a perfectly regular manner. No one
disputed his right to be inaugurated.
No Governor ever elected in. this.
country had a clearer or more thor
oughly tested title from the people-.
The Legislature has no power to
throw him out summarily without al
lowing him a full legal defense. There
are two sides to the strict letter of
the law. Gov. Taylor is doing no
more than his duty with manly cour
age and devotion to the rights of the
voters of Kentucky. Globe-Demo
TheBest Iteinedy lor Flux.
Mr. John Mathias, a well known
stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says:
"After suffering for over a week with
flux, and my physician having failed
to relieve me, I was advised to try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and have the
nleasure of stating that the half of
bottle cured me." For sale by I
A Chance to Mane Irom 91 to j a
lay All Winter.
We want tno men to work for us
during the fall and winter in this coun
ty to take subscription orders for the
Prairie Farmer. Big money can be
made by our special plan of work, j
Many are now making from 82 to 4 a
day and will double this after the sub
scription season fairly opens up. Our
plan of work gives a clear held. v e
want only two good men for this coun
ty. The first reliable applicant will
get the work. Send reference and
write at once. The Prairie Farmer
has been published for nearly sixty
years and is well known to every good
farmer Jand 6tock-raiser. Write at
The Prairie Farmer,
166 Adams Street, Chicag'o
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors.
In the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern Division of
the Eastern Judicial District of
Missouri. In Bankrupcy.
In the matter of
Frank C. Jordan & Edward G. Schrei
In Bankruptcy. No. 180.
To the creditors C? Frank C. Jordaa
& Edward G. Schreiner.iof Oran, in
the Countv of Scott and District
Notice is hereby given that OB the
11th day of January, A. D. 1900, the
said Jordan & Schreiner were duly
adjudicated bankrupts, and that the
first meeting of their creditors will be
held at the Court House in cape uir
ardeau, county of Cape Girardeau,
in said Judicial District, on the 15th
day of February, A. D. 1900, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at which time
the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, exam
ple the bankrupts, and transact such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Cape Girardeau, Mo., January 29th,
Uietnarclt'a Iron Nerve.
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tremen
dous energy are not found where
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities atd- the success they bring,
use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
develop every power of brain and
body. Only 25c at I. Ben Miller's
drug store. . 5
Notice to Stockholder.
Notice is hereby given to tbe Stock
holders of the Cape Girardeati 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 26th day of March, 1900, at
9 o'clock, a. m.. for the purpose of
submitting a proposition to issue first
mortgage bonds on the property of
the said Cape Girardeau Telephone
Co- to the amount of 810,000, payable
ten years after date, but redeesaable
at the optica of the Company five
yers after dale: to bear 6 per eent
interest, payable semi-annually; nd
for lhe transaction of sueh other bas-
iness-a-s may coie before said meeting.
Javqss F. BetxhvS,
A. IT. POXDEK-
Brd of Directors.
."tory of a Sluve.
To be bound han&and footfer years
by the chains of disease is tile worst
form of slavery. Geo. D. Williams
of Manchester, MiciT tells hc such
a slave wa made f res; He sayx My
wife has Ixen so heljacss for five-years
that she cvnld not rurn over . bed
alone. Aflwr using two bottlw of
Electric Bi.ters. shr is wonderfully
improved and able io do her own
work. This- supreme- reined y fcT- fe
male diseasis- quickly cures nervns
ness, sleeplessness, mtliincholy, hd
ache, backache, fainting and disty
pells. Thi miracle working ndi-
cme is a goufnd to f.msT sieKiy, rm
down jjeople-. Every Settle guaraiv-
teed. Onlv S cents. Sold by I
Miller, druggist. 5
Warning; to Plan Owners.
There has !sen some- person or py
sons workine in the narious towai
claiming to be- piano tuners and rap
resenting our bouse. "We wish to s-ay
that we have aoly one j't&oo tuner-ia
Southeast KEssourL. Mr. Geo. M.
Garvin will b at tbe Sl.Charles Eb
tel for a few days and My work enw
trusted to hxa will be properly den
and fully guaranteed by. at.
Shattinger Piano AsaMrsic Cv
MS., Olive Stv
Wrk r,M Midi St rail IE.
dim vision node clear. styw remo-aswll
and granulated lids o- sora eyes oli
any kind speedily sad effectually
ured bytnrcsseoi suiceruuia s r.ai
Eye Salve. It's put p.i tubes, wl
sold on a guarantee -by. all good da-jtjc:
Hook lMsease of Horses. .
Book on. diseases cCiborses, caatie
sheep, dog3. hogs anti poultry mailed
free by addressing Humphreys' Yiar.
inarv Specifics, corwer Willia"ai &
Street, New York.
IIsve Yon 11a tlie Urlpf
Hjsiu e, j on probably naed:
reliable- medicine l"ie Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal y t ar lungs anil stop
the rat-king eougbf .incidental tothis
Itoonii to Kent.
The undersign) has a comJartable
house or rooms to rent ot Sprig2
slreet. Call on, or address,
R. B. OtLVES.
ltanralna In Mllllnew?..
For one week, beginning Monday,
January IX I will sell my entire stock
of stamped goods at a great reduc
tion. Millinery all goes regardless
of cost. A.v'XIE D. SPK.4K.
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklens Arnica Salve
cures them; also old running and
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns
warts, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,
chapped hands, chilblains. Best pile
cure on earth. Drives out pains and
aches. Onlyv25c a box. Cure guar
anteed. Sold by I. Ben Miller, drug
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
d&ckson, Cape Girardeau couhty,
Missouri, commencing od Monday,
February 12th, 1900.
' MOMDAY, FEBBCARY 12th, 1900.
Allen Thomas A., guardian of Wm.
M. Stinkard, a minor.
Abernathy, Eli, administrator of
the estate of M. R. Hope, deceased
Bennett, James ., Jr.. administra
tor of the estate of John Hitt, decea'd
Blomeyer, E. F., guardian of minor
heirs of r rank O'hiare, deceased.
Colyer, Curtis L., guardian of Athcl
W. Celyer. a minor.
Dralle, 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 uinor.
Tuesday, February 14Ta, 1900.
Goodson, George W., administrator
of estate of Kirk Goodson, deceased.
Herzinger, F. A., administrator of
estate of Aguste C. Herzinger, dee'd.
Hoeckele, Charles, executor of the
estate of Louisa Heeckele, deceased.
Hatcher, Julia A., guardian of R.
E. Hatcher, a minor.
Hinkle Peter M., guardian of George
& Annie Jinkens, minor.
Heise, Henry, guardian of Albert
G. Heise, a minor.
Howard, Edward, executor of estate
of Wade H. Shaner, deceased.
Hope, Thomas D., guardian of
minor heirs of John M. Adams, dee'd.
Horrell. John A., guardian of minor
heirs of H. W. Howard, deceased.
Klehne, HenJy, administrator of
estate of Samuel Casey, deceased.
Keipe, Charles, executor of estate
of John F. Kiepe, deceased.
Wednesday, February, 14th, 1900.
Keeling, William N.r guardian of
Thomas H. Poe, aminor.
Keller, Frederick, guardian of
Reiohold Rubel, a minor.
Klaproth William F., gnardian of
Edna C. Summers, a minor.
Lee, Mary A., gnardian - of V iva
Lee, a minor.
LaCroix, Jacob, guardian Bern-
bard LaCroix, a minor.
Mills, Jacob G,, guardian of Jtannie
J. and Junius E. Mills, minors.
Mttlier. James H., guardian of Harry
and Jettie Layton, minors.
Miller. William 11. T guardian, oi
Albert T. Summers, a ratnor.
Moglar, Frank, guarozan of Anna
and Eva Hoeckele, minors.
Mille?.- MoJlie C, suardian ef
Charles' G. Milter, a minrr.
McCulloug,. Bw L., g-.tardian f
minor heirs- of Cfaas. G. !&Jler, dec d;
Macke. Julius, guardian f his ovm
Thursda?.. B'ewecary 13m. llKXk
fi Mantz, Alvina. adminitttalrix o
'estate of Fr3(iemci:lineckerdeceased.
McFadden,- MiWhell, gunrdian o?
yorrest AliitfC-odv minor.
McNeely. Robert W., administrator
oi estate of Louis -Tiiley, deceased.
Oliver. Jn tr administrator of
estate of Lue'.i E. Baldridga;. dee'd.
Vutz. Joseph F.- administrator of
es'fete of Jsch Putt, deceased.
Poe, Albert H.,. dministoatr of
estate of Caroline Bauer, deceased.
Flte, Albert H.,. administrator of
estrie of Fraiklln G'seath, deoeaied.
Rose, Wiliimina. guard' in of
AIbrt .T. RosT.a minor.
liabich Herman., guardian tl Lulu
C'-riPith, a micrv
Schaefer WTi;liam B.. guardian of
miner heirs of Jii C. Cssner, dacsasd.
Se'iiert. DavidJJ., guardian o':Anna
Engcib&rdt, a ainor.
Sa-ver, Robert M.r gnarl!s of
Rav W. Colyem.a mine-.
Sawyer, Robert M.v guardian of
minorbeirs, of Robert BaJdridgeleed.
FUDAY, FEXStlARY i6TH, l9t
Sander. WilMam G.. guardks of
Henri and Augusta Gross, miner.
Sauder, William. G. guardian, of
Bertba Sebastian,, a. minor.
Stevenson, A. !&., guardian of Slark
H. and Harlan C. Iteedminors.
Summers, Emmett A... guard ira of
minor-heirs of L-V. Williams, sd.
Ste-wnson Julius, guardian of Sobt
L. Stvenson. a minor.
, Strng.l. F. A G. administrators- of
estate-of Isora Strong,. (Jeceased.
Sniier, John A,. guardian of 5baa.
21. Coter, a minsw
Thompson, William. P., guaodian
of John A. H'nkie heirs.
Thompson acl:ttonuey administra
tors i James C. Thompson, ueceaseu.
Thompson. D-C, admnisiraiars oi
Part, estate of J..C. 'ITsompson i.o.
SactkdaY rMHUTAinr i.th, ji
Voges, August,. guardian ot sBgust i
Hoffneister, a minor;. .
Wils, Columbus S, guardian oi
wm w A- Araon B. Miller, riinors.
Wsbb, Rebeooa A., guardian of
minor heirs of Wm. VT. Webb., dec d.
Wessell, Henry, guwrdian of august
WpH. an irauie vrson.
Wiley, Eliza C.guartlian of aSarthai
E. Shorter, aminor-.
Waddle. .Wtaop, lamimsnw .
hsirs of Hy Sch9erer, dec&ased.
Clerk Probate Court.
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who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
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Cures all skin diseases in all its va
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estweor . Rkyuon, ; inUtUs to suit the conwaieMe of
-xa S. Elliott-guardian f minor 'PP Amer.
Trustee'- Sale of Beal Estate.
Whereas, Herman Koehrer and
Annie Koehrer husband and wife, by
their certain deed of trust, dated the
eighteenth day of May, eighteen hun
dred and ninety-six ( 189B ) and record
ed in book "S" page 600, of the
Recorder's office of Cape Girardeau
county, State of Missouri conveyed
to the undersigned the following de
scribed r?al estate, situate, Wind and
being In the county of Capo Girardeau
and State of Missouri, to-wit:
Lot number eighty -seven (87), in
range "T" of Ingram's Addition to
tbe City of Cape Girardeau.
Which said conveyance to the un
dersigned was made in trust to secure
the payment o! a certain promissory
note in said deed of trust described.
And whereas, default has been made
in the payment ot the principal and
interest of said note.
Now therefore, at the request of the
legal holder of said note, and in pur
suance of tbe conditions in said deed
of trusts, the undersigned will, on
Tuesday, the Twentieth Dayof Febru
Between the hon.' of nine o'clock in
th forenoon and live o'clock in the
afternoon of that day at tbe court
house door in the City of Cape Girar
deau, Cape Girardeau county. Mis
souri, sell tho same at public vendue,
to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
to satisfy said note and cost of exe
cuting this deed of trust.
J. Maple Wilson.
jan 20n40 Trustee.
Trustee's Sale. .
Whereas. Diedrich Schrador
widower) by his certain deed of trust,
dated the second day of November
eighteen hundred and ninety-seven,
and recorded in book 'V," page 301.
of the RecordeJ's office of the county
of Cape Girardeau, State of Missouri,
conveyed to the undersigned the fol
lowing described real estate, situated
in tbe county of Cape. Girardeau and
State of Missouri, to-wit:
Tbe south half (!) of Lot numbered
thirty-one (31) in range "F," in the
city of Cape Girardeau, being fifty-six
(56) feet front by one hundred and
eighty (180) feet in depth
Which said con vejancelo the under
signed was made in trust to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note
in said deed of trust described: and
Whereas, the said Diedrieh Schrader
has departed this life, and more than
nine months have elapsed1 since the
date of his deatfit: and
Whereas, defaslt has been made in
the payment of the principal and
interest of said nte.
Now therefore, at the request of the
legal holder of said note, aad i pur
suance of the conuitittns in 9aid deed
of trust, toe undersigned will, on
Saturday-,- the 2Wh Day Febku-
Between the- hours of ten telocb in
the forenoon. nnd fire o'clock in she
afternoon of that day at the tast door
of tfce- court ttouse in the city of Cape
Gira?deau, Cape Girardeau eounty,
Missouri, sell' the real estate- aboe
descried at public vendue to the
highest bidder,-for cash, for the pur-
aM Dn,ter-iinff caij nnta nnfl: .-r
of; executing tiis-trnsl
KXECCTOR'3 NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given tJtot letters testaraentary
afjon tbe- estate of Theodore Hoppell,
deceased, were granted' to the under-
siened &r the Clerk of the Cape- U-if-
dau Ceort of Chmmoo Picas of Cap
GSrardesu coucE Missouri, bearing
date the-38th day of January, 1'jwd
All perctons hing riaims against
stAiX: esoate are required to ehib
them to him for allowance within one
vear ffOM the dt&-of id letters, orf
they, may be precluded, from any bene
fit of sue; estate; and it said claim
be-not exhibited within Swo years-froiu
tbo- date of the- publication en thi
notice, tfcey will be-fOrrer barredt
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Mill and yard south of railroad
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a tj -jmyM v-w aw
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$100 in Gold
WjuI.I be ct-aoiJor.-ii a small sum to pay
for an absIe cur fr ItchingPiles,
Eczema J$a!!lUiini, Tetter, Pimples,or
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. . it .viilcnre 00 out of 100 case.
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I known for IB years as tfM
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Cana nip hurfalliiia.
L51G BARGAINS AT
H. A. LEBER'S
Largest d cheapest hes in Soutli
Broad vy, CAPE G I '5AKDEAU, MO.
Wnea You Cont
to tb.9 Cape Stop at
Best aTnropean Hotel
and Bestorant In t lie
City. A13 kinds of game fish and the
ear Uirt irame market in the city.
Qjtsters in eeason a specialty.
The best meal in the city served to
M. A. SCOTT.
Anyone aeadtiui a sketch and description Bar
quickly ascertain onr oatntoa free whtber an
invention to probably patentablei Comnranlnw
ttons strict rreonBdentiaL Handbook on Pateatt
sent free. Oldest aeency lor aeraruuT patents.
Patenu tanen tiiroaca ami a to. mc
tpeclal notUt, without cbann, la the
A bandsomelr ninstnrted weekly. I-itrrest ctr.
cnlaUon of any srienttsc ixnmal. Terms. S3 a
year ; f onr roontns 11. Sold by all newsdealers.
KUNN & Co"'8" New York
itraocb Office. cS T St. W ssBlaaion. D. C.
They hare stood the test of years,
and have cored thoosaada of
of Nervoes Diseases, sock
Debility, Dimness. Sleepless
s and Vancoccic.Atrot)ov.c
They dear tbe brata. strenctaca
the circulation, make chgestxm
perfect, and impart a keanhv
rttteornimliiiliU f if !-ltsr-."-'
It eons Bom. Snide an CloamOoaa tmt Cam
B ee tea. Cat or larantil Woaadi mm
Uleen. Ok Sana, Ucan naatluaa, Bcmrtj or
Bona lataawd or Caka Bnaatt aad Bora
thenm. XattanvSearty Krapttoa.
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