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Wheat, ti8c to 61c to day. What unidt weigh 00 pounds to bring the lowest price quoted. County court meets in regular session next Monday. New lino of buggies at Meier Biob. It. L. Obennillor, who has been sick for the past few weeks, Is out ngain. Hand made fruit cans at Woltcr & Uurford. John nienborj? atill wears a Bmilo hecauso of tbo arrival of that oew boy.' Moier Bros, will sell yov. u good buggy for tit. Tho Methodist Indies will meet with MissLona ilarenberg tornor row at 2 o'clock p. m. Wfilter & Hurton! handlo the wicklcus coaloil stove. Mrs. Uraritley and Miss Emma McNeely are viaitine relatives at Brasceau, Perry county, this week, Marshal Macke has been luid up for-tvfowJaynKviili a crippled leg causod by a horso kicking him. Tall lemonade plasses at Gc ach at Uruening & Kerstner. Sheriff Gockel was in Mil waukco, Wis., last Thursday at tending a big mooting of the EIlcs.. - Meier Bros, will handlo tho Triumph sulkey plow this season Married, to;luy, near Gordon villo, Henry Volkerding, Jr., and Alice Abernuthy. The IIerald sends compliments. Don't forget that Hutchison & Co. tako checks in exchange for gooas. Bob Brinkopf, who has been working on tho foundation for tho Mueller building, has re turned to his home nt the Cape. Men's hot weather shoes, cloth with leather sole, at Bruoniog & ivursiner. Union services will bo held in tuo freabyleriiin church next Sunday night, preaching by Rev. J. V. Worsnon. the Methodist pastor. Self-raising buckwheat Hour, best grade, at 5c. package, at Bruenine & Kerstner .. , . j The members of the' Cemetery Improvement society arc re quested to be present at the next mooting on Wednesday, August 7 at 3 o'clock. Fred Brauu left for Kennett, Dunklin county, last Monday, where ho goes to help Mr. Jas. Hennessey, who is makiug a map of that county. We do all kinds of roofing and guttering, in fact wo ranke this a lecialty. WOLTEH & DCUFORD. The Cash-Book say that wo need an artesian well on tho pub ' lie square. Lot us bond the town and have one, for if the Cash Book is for it that settle it. If you know a bargain at sight you can't fail to see tho ad van tago of buying your millinery Eoods from Hutchison & Co. Stevo Long was fined f 10 last Saturday in Justice J. M. Snider's court tor disturbing the peoco of Mrs. Mary Miller, who lives about four miles north of Jackson. Long being unable to pay his fine was placed in jail. The detailed financial state ment sent out with this issue is of much iuterest to the citizens of our ount5 . "Tho" receipts and xpepditureojC.All our cVmnty revenue, sAbor fdrids -and ' all will be found in this littlo pamph let. I ! ( j i Don't endanger yourself by using gasoline, but get one of these wick loss coaloil stoves from Wolter & Harford. Died, at her homo, about 8 miles south of Jackson, on July 5, Mrs. Milde, wifo of Joseph Milde, aged "! years. Her body was intoned in tho Jackson cemetery J uty 2G. A largo crowd attended tho funeral. Mr. Milde, her husband, who survives her, is 82 years old, and quite feeble. Her death is a severe shock to tho old gentltiimin.' LOSING FLESH In Hummer can be prevented a by takina V Scott's Emulsions Its as beneficial In summer aa In winter. If you are Wbak or run down, It will build you up. Fni for frr utmplc. RCOT1" It HOWMt, ClirmUt. Ivarl lr.t. New York. 8 See Dr. J. L. Jenkins' card in this issus. Tm. Grohsinun bought n fine buggy horsed Try onr 15c. roast coffee. It is a good one. Uruening & Kerstner. Born, to. Wilbur Masters and wife, last week, a boy. Mrs. L It .Davis, of Hunts- yille, Ala., is visiting in Jackson. Do you need a sot of wagon harness Call on Klein for them. Rev. C. W.Latham will preach at McFerron's schoolhouse at 3.30 p. m. next Sunday. Lemon squeezers, a now kind. at Sc. etch at Erucning & Kerst ner, ;' Mrs. Amelunke, widow of the late Henry Amelunko, near Gor- donvillo, is reported dangerously sick. For all kinds of galvanized iron work cali on Woltcr & Bur ford, and got prtocs. Clara Thomas, who has been in St. Louis for the past four or five years, camo home on a yisit last week;-1 m i- I .."A word .to the wise is suffi cient." Gd to Hutchison .&Co.'s for your millinery goods. -Mrs. Lena Boss and grand daughter, Anita Helmkampf, went to Bismark Monday' for a few weeks' visit with relatives. Velvet ribbons, a number of widths, satin ;back and linen back, good edge, at Bruening $ Kerstnor. Mrs. Eugene McNeefy re turned home from College Hill, Miss., where sho had been called on occount pf the death of her rather. Just received a Jot new buggies at Meier uros.' Jiardwaro com pany. Come and 6ce them. They wiji suit you in quality and pneo. J. II. O'Brien, who is looking after the interests of A. 11. Byrd In Dunklin county, came home last week to spend a few days with his family. e can sell you a No. 1 steel range cook stove low and on easy payments. Cull and see us. WoLTHIt & BVUKORD. ' Miss Roona Shaner, who has been lecturing in severul of the towDS Fn1 Southeast Missouri, in the interest of the W. C. T. U. returned homo last Thursday. Slit jop'ts a very pleasant and interesting trip. ! .Fqjr, first-class work .and &fl kinds' of tinware, stoves, etc, go ; ; Jo Woltcr & Burford, Adjoining Capo County Savings bank. ' ' ' ' Chas. P. Hurst is doing some fine mason work on the stone walls of tho property of Miss Cora Kelly and Miss Fugate and others on North High street The rock in tho walls come from his quarry north of town. If a dealer asks you to take something said to be "just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Medicino Co." ask him if he makes more money. Ask your druggist. Alex. Simmons, of Oriole, called on us lust Friday. Mr. Simmons says he came in for a load of brick to uso in putting up a molasses mill; but he added that he thought there would be little work for a molasses mill this year. Tho beauty thief has como to stay Unless you drive the pimples and Diuckhc&ds away; Do this; don't look like, a fright; Take Rocky Mountain la to night. ;, Ask your druggist, . C. C. Wellingv.of Oak Ridge, worked up an oak tree on Hines CUppar4';fartnwitlr the follow 1ng tt. Vftftltreo mate 3.500 boards, two cords of stoye- wood, ?2potandit'bjybtush. heap to burn. Who can beat tree for. yjejdiflt -was threo feet, eight infhes nt the" butt. -. There is more catarrlf in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the lust few years was sun- K)cd to be incurable. For great many aocfors pronounced tt a local disease, and proscribed lo cal remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treat ment. pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disouscana there fore requires constitutional treat ment. lUll's Catarrh Cure, man ufactured by F. J. Cheney & Son, ltib(.', Utno is the only consti tutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from ten drops to a teaspoonfal It acts directly on the blood and tnui'ous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Chenoy & Son, Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Tills are the best Real EtaU Transfer. Louis F. Klnstcrmann and wife . to John F. William, lot No." ID, Biwik' A, On UlrarOoail I 2i A mot la E.McIi.ilti ami liiislmiid to KdU-rt McLaln, ho acre Sr-. 31, Twp. 33, It. 12 1,000 William Morton and wifo to 1). M . W a rjr ra v, 3 acre Bee . IS, Tin n. It. 13 30O Frank- 'Young and wife to Philip P. Kaualt, 80 acres 8ce.'t.Tp..32, It. H 75 Josephine M- Welch and hua- )!ii! to R. H. Oliver, part of lot 30, Cape Ulrardonu 1&0 Wnt. H. ljrrd and wife to Del- worth Ford, X acf" Hoc. 7, Ti5.32. 1U 12 29 Enimft-Krelsoler to Julius Al- bright, lot !, RatiKP F, Capo (limrdoau. 1.000 Clara; FollorUin and buaband WB. B. Oliver, part of lot 30 Id Cape Girardeau 1,000 Jas. WhiteBryantvllle.Ind., says DeWrU'aWltch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both logs. Ho suffered fl years. DocUrs failed to help him. vetDe Witt's. Accept no imitations.. All dealers. - . idarflage Llcvntcs. Hcnr Volkerding and Alice Abcrnftlbf . . P. J.' Smith and May Hoffmann. John; Bowers, of Oak Ridge, mado us a call yesterday. Sherman Daley returned to Oran Monday where he has a job laying tiling. - - Oliver Morton now runs a milk wagon in Jackson. He lately purchased Wm. Biers' out fit. .Mr. William Tumbleson and family, of Bismarck, were visit ing relatives and fitenda in this city this week. The Herald carries a full lino of tine calendars for 1902. Come and sco our stock before placing your orders. Daniel Felty, of near Burford ville, is selling some valuable re ceipts in this county. Their aim is to make washing easier. Louis Pepper, who has been taking a two-weeks' lay off, has returned to work. John Daley has been braking in his place. John Kncibert traded for a claybank poney last Monday and that evening the poney ran off with hini but no serious damage was dono. - - - Rev. J. Frank JSinith, the Bap tist paslbr atf This place, preached very able sermon to a large congregation in the Methodist church last Sunday night. Mrs. Frank McGuiio.of near Gor- donville, was shopping in Jackson Monday She told us that her husband was getting better and was now able, to go about in the housj. M. G. Wagner, of Ncely's Landing, mado us a pleasant call last Thursday. Mr. Wagner won the $10 prize as solicitor of the St. Louis Star during tho corn contest which ended J uly 31. He got 120 subscribers and thus be came fifth on the list. Louis R. Wagner went to Bloom field last Friday to work in the blacksmithshop of John Under bill of that place. Louis is a good boy and he understands his business, and we feel sure that his employer will be pleased a-ith his services. HAUKETUEH)RT. (Corr.H ti d WeoUj y W. II. SehurfrrV Wheat Corn flat no Potatoes,' Irish, HO Hay 40( HO t'attl i...v-..;.. ..w L'1(.'U IIOCS, KCOK8 . . . 4'a Hopt,!,:).. ...... r : 6.uo l.iirJ t.,.;, .i. '....!.., ' Tallow.........'.. .vuniiMor Han .-. i... Hi(lHkTt-ti) lieL'KWMX Wool ...I .A.K: a". . lit VeirthPra CliickoiiH -. Turkrj-B Pucks (ioeso Mutter:.. Kiri.ii .4il ,:ii( lo .3i(SC4 2 .10(a).'. l'eaH,Wlilp-pKir-willB 2.00 Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the dlgeatanu and digests all kinds of food, ltfrlrcslostant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to cat all the food you want. Tbeuiontsensltlv stomachs can take ft. My ita use many thousands of dyspeptics have Deed cured after everything else failed. It prevents formation of (taacn the atom sen, relieving all dlstrefiaartereatlog, iMetlog unnecessary. Pkaaaut to tak It can't fiftbi but do yon go4 All Dealers- CROWNS. Ml G. S, HENDERSON n smocE Resident Dentist Office On South side of West Main Street, over C, H. Wolters' Harness shop, Jackson. Oflico phone, 172; residence. 173. Wm. Kreigle will haye a sale of bis personal property on August 0, on tho Joo Call farm, four miles , west of Jackson on the gravel rotd..,. Mr. Kreigle wfllmoVe to Bloom field . to work in the butcher shop at that place with Frank Mogler and Albert Kimo, both Oape county men. Bloom field is catching . several of bur good citizens, fcod, to wonder. Bkwmfiold is a crowing town and hetiUtleos wofV together, as she has- gool streets, electric lights, eloclric fans and will soon have wator works. 1 v . If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious com- Elications must be the final result. eWltt's LittleEarl Riserswill re move this clanger. Safe, pleasant, and effective. All dealers. Mrs. Belle Hart, of Jackson; Mrs. Price, ofv Brazoau; and Mrs. Oliver Harris, of Oak Ridge, left for Eureka Springs, Ark., to bo gone about a month for the benefit of their health. Mrs. Hart took the boat at Cape Girardeau Monday evening, and was joined by the other two la dies at Noely's ..Landing and Soventy-Bix Landing. Eruplions.cuts.burns.scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed Ov ueVVitt's Witch Hazel Salvo. Certain cure for piles. Beware of counterfeits'. Be sure.vou ret the original Uewitt s. All dealers. At tho beginning of the rain on last Monday night J. B. Allen and wife and littlo son were sit ting in front of their house, and there came a very vivid flash of lightning, striking near ;the house. - The shock stunned all three persons, but the shock was so gfeat on Mrs. Allen that she did not fully recover from it un til the next morning. When building or remodeling your old house or barn donT, for got tue iact mat a tin root is beyond question the best and most durable. Wolteu & Burford. T. F. Mitchel, of New Wells. has sold his farm to a Mr. Richter. Mr. Mitchel is ono of our central committeemen of this county, and has tendered his resignation. His place will bo hard to till. Mr. Mitchel will not leave us till some time in October. Dr. A. L. Franklin, of Dutch town, accompanied by his brother in-law, Mr. John Gillispie, of Illinois, whero in town on busi ness last Tuesday. The doctor looks well and says ho is doing well. The ladies of the Presbyterian church at Fruitland will give an ice-cream supptr at tho residence of Dr. Hall tomorrow night. August 2. Died, at Cape Girardeau, July 29, tho infant son of Wm. M Wilson. It was burled at Pleas ant Hill July 30. D. T. Sawyer, postmaster . at Fruitland, has been quite sick for the past fow days but is get ting better. ; ' ' Do You Want to Save Money ? Send in your name anil address and get our catalogue of nil kinds of mvr chandlso at prices defying competi Mn. Fully Illustrated catalogue sunt on receipt of lOcentaforpos'tage. KAHN, CREEN & BERGER, 2T; to 2i Dearborn Street, t'hfcago Uktln(u nailed during July. lyrTC 1 I Berkshires. A Si jnxtng llnftr, T tnnnlhii old. rt1 fur Mrvt-v, iut of Ouoen h-.-, itr. No. T4M, and ly Elnimiod II., Hi-. Nn. 4MUM. (.'nil and tm ot alitr fur uarttruUrt i'rictt. If takri atourr, (K. Hnlor.Roll. RhK. Nn. tnL hainlnaBna plxa by hrt ld, aired t lh n youof boar, Uouih Hl.lrr. Kv. No. 7U9. TUN It a wry Bna Itllar of plica aad comblna Ih baal Bxrkaalr blixxl In Amvrlra. Will Iw plraacd t luM'k your order for una. Kt-ady w aa pvpi. int.. nraiMr-iiuiiy, . CaH Wallace. Climate and Crop Bulletin Of the Weather Bureau, Miaurl JJectloo, U. H. Department of Agri culture, for the Weak Kmling July 211, 1'JOl. The week just closed has been the sixth week of extreme heat, and the warmest of the season, the temperature averaging 8 to 13 decreet strove the normal. Maximum temperatures of 100 de grees and above occured in all sections on the first four days of the week, the highest reported being 110 degrees, at Marble Hill on tho 22nd, but toward the close of the week the wealher be came much cooler. Local show ers have fallcu in nearly all sec tions of the stale and still con tinue at tbls writing. Up to Saturday evening, when the ma jority of correspondents' reports were mailed, there bad not been sufficient rain to materially bene fit 'growing crops, ecpt ' a few of the central and western counties, whero tho. total fall ranged from 1 tol inches, but later reports rcceiwl from a fow points indicate that tfbod rains foil oyer a considerable portion of tho state on the 23th and 2Jth. From ono kalf to nine tenths of tho corn crop i3 reported to be so far gouo that even with the most favorable con lit ions in the future it can mako nothing but fodder, while the remainder, with abundant rains, may make ono tentn to one half an average yield. Apples still promise a fair crop, with favorable weather, in a few of tho western and southern counties, but in general tho crop will be very light. Peaches are, on the whole, rather moro promising than apples, but arc generally small and bare wiltod and dropped badly. A. E. Hackett. Section Director. The roof on the old sawmill shed near Wiakler & Lupkes' mi!) in Gordonvllle caught fire Monday, and it was with great difficulty that tho fire was ex tinguished. This little happen ing causes tho boys to make haste and put an iron roof on the building. Something like this would bestir our pooplo to erect waterworks in Jackson. Should Gre break out in our town we would have no means of putting it out. The thermometer' for July showed that fifteen days of the month was 100 and over. This is something that has never hap pened before in this country. lleury Uauer, Jr., came home from St. Louis Sunday. Having purchased tho J. T. Hindman cistern cleauerand wa ter purifyer for Cape Girardeau county. On occount of the push of work ou hand wo are in a position to deal a part of our territory by townships. Anyone desiring to secure their township cau confer with us by mail or ic person. J. Li. & T. J. KHEPPARI). 40 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Notice, If you want a good organ or piano the undersigned wilt sell it to VOU. W. Li. WILKINSON, SikestoQ, Mo, Wants, For Sale, Etc. KOK KENT A four-room house in northeast Jackson, a deslrabU location. Apply at this olllre. VOR SALV. Shop ami tot, in Wint jat'KHtin. mioi) u now occupiou ny L. K. Cowan. The shop and lot will be Hd ctrv-i4 tor i-nmi. -pniy to I . I), lllnos titr further particulars. WANTKDt'apaiile, reliable per son in vvef.V viiiiiity to repreaent large company of - solid, tlmtuclal reputation '..'Wnalary per year, pay alile iH-kXy", t v" day . aliaolutelv sure Tirrti rh expciuM1: stratum, nona- H(H, doUnile 8rtlnr. no couiniiMKinn ; salary paiu eacn .sMuruay ana ex. mnw Viioiipv Htl viincwt fH)i wpelc Standa-rd fl-oVim, 'SM Ifc-arborn St.. Chieago. .IH for Sale Cheap, B0 acres of land lying between rocahontas and Aeely s unudiug, Apply at this office. Fop tl. The glass front, together with tho iron Columns and lintolls and all tbo windows and doors in our present batik building. Cape Coi-ntv Savings Bank Men Wasted K a 4 rVUn HOLER'S Ladies Wanted B COLLEGES 9m lat,Wqi al ehtrvferly 1J kr e Situations Secited f far grfciwaa r tmo ffwxWA. WrM r.lcsscy? LMlVMtta Ufa AMa W. II. Mii.i.kr, President. CAPE COUNTY Savongs Banh Jackson CIPITIL AID SURPLUS WE SOLICIT YOUK BUSINESS, Offpring Every 'Accommodation Con Mi stent witUvSouiid Hanking. DIRECTORS; W. II. Miller, -Joseph Kobmler, J. L. IlfNri.ic, W.C. CRACBAn, " Ci.Ar Kerbtkfk, , C. W. HBMUKlUW!f, O. V. Statlkb. r.i. How AitD, Cathler. The American Mutual Aid Ass'n. PERCY STONE, Gknfkal MA.VAUiiit, 72.1, 724 and 72.'i Wainwriirht l:uillili(?. St. Iui, Mlaxourl. I.icetiMfd to lo bualueSH lu Mlawiiirl, Indiana, Kcntiirk.v, Misvloilppl and Arkanvaa. Weekly lioBcflu for sickness or aCCU'ent. Bcncflta tur death. Free use of surgeon nliynltiJan to all 4tmbera. Good Organizers Wanted to Increase membership. Apply (or terms to ERNEST GHOLRON, (Jfiul eral Agent for Southeast MUamtri, or to the Homo Office, Sk Louix, Mo. Notice. When stopping off at Delta do not forget that Thomas Hunt keeps cold lunch, fresh bread and cold drinks, besides a fresh lino of family groceries. He is located between tho Iron Mountain depot and tbo post office Mrs.SH Allport, Johnstown, Pa. says: Our little girl mosl strangled to death with croup. Doctors said she couldn't live but sho was in stantly relieved by Ono Minute Cou;h Cure. AH dea.'ers. Order of Publicat ion. In the Circuit Court of Cape Girar- oeau County, htate or Missouri, la Vacation, Monday, July f, luul. Florence Stephenson, ) rialntlll,- Civil against Action. FrediTlekT.Stephenson, I Divorce. . Defendant. J Now at thin day cornea Florenco Stepheiinon, tlie plainlilt iu the above entitled Vaaan, . bt.(oru lite uiideralKnr.d, Clerk of the Chvnit Court of Cape Girardeau County, in vacation, ami lllca iicr ixitltloii ami allldavit, Kdtlntf. atooni? ntlicr thiHK. that the above riauied defi-nd-nut, KriMlcrlck T. .Stcplieimon, ia a nou-reKldeut of thin Stale. It ia tlienjupon ordered by the Clerk aforesaid, in vacation, that publication be utude, notifying him that an action baa been commenced aaint hliu, by petition, in the Cir cuit Court of Caiie Oirardeau County, the object and general naturo or which is to secure a divorce front tho txmdit of matrimony contracted be tween the plaintiff and the defend-1 ant, on the trrouuJs of abandonment, aud that uulcaa be be and appear at the next term of aaid Court, to be begun and hidden at tlie court-limine in the City of Jackson, wlthiu the County of Cape (lirardenu, on the lath dav ci aukuhi, vmi, ana on or before the third day thereof (if the term shall so loan continue, and it not, then before tuc endor tuc term), judgment wilJ be rendered against him aud a dcreef divorce accord- liiL'ly Kranted to the plainliS. It ia further ordeied t-hatacopy lie ttutt be puhlinhcd ia Tub Iachhus IIkralii. ncwsiajer iiublished in aaid County of Cajie Oirardeaa, fur four wees Buecinsiveiy, tae i&sl in- aertion to lie at leuat Bftwn duya be fore the eonnitencerueut ul tAe next term of aaid Court. A true copy fnan the record. In Testimony Whereof, I have heftHiato mt my (wrFl aud affixed the ael if sMa Lwirt. Done at iiy ollVce rn llic City of Jackson, in aaid County, thia Mt day of July, A. 1), l'jn,. 4 MRIS ! . 1IKTTKN. (Nealj Clerk Circuit Court. We Cut the Prices on Dry Goods, Notions. Ca.ll nd cxamtiir Our JoKlr3;: R. Reeimn & Co. South High Street, JACKSON. MISSOURI. Clothing, Jos. Kor.m.Kit, Vies President. Missouri. 165000. At.vrw IVmh, A ant. C'ahhicr. Sheriff's Sato Ihtder tlenerftl Execution. Iiy virtue and authority of a gen eral wrrt.f exeeutlotilxatied from the office or the Clerk 'of the CtreW Court of Cape ftirardoau County, Miasouri, to me directed and return able Ui the Autrust Term, l'JOl, of anid Court, in lavor of McCormli k Harvesting MncliineCo. and afr;ilnt John Moll. I, the untlcrahrtiod hherlf of Cane (1fr;ttrlaU Cotinty, Mo., bare levied upon and seized all the riht. title and interest of aaid John Moll in and to the follow loir described real estate, aitualnd In t ape OlrarrteaA County, and State of MiHuourl, to-wit: One hundred aud aixty-four aud thlrty-Heven one-hundredtha acres, ptirt of the south half of Survey No. Mil, in Townahips 81 and Ilaniro 11 east; hcin' all tlie south half of said Survey except 111) !( acres taknn from the west .lde of said south half sold to Isom Htroiin; nnd 4U acres out of the northeust corner of said south half reserved from aale. Also, 40 acres bounded n follows: Ilrgin at the northweat corner of Survey No. iris; IbeucD south "."( ehiiins to a comer; thence aouth 3 derreca east ix.M chains to tlie inlddleof tlie main channel of Whitewater; thence up anid stream with the tueanderlna thereof at a jnin no rh.ilu aouth deifreea W.t if a corner of fcurv,v No. Mil; thence north Kl denreea west 'fl vbaina to the tM'irlmilnu cor ner. Tlie above licinu tlie same land described in di'cd from Fri-derick Wedekind Hint wife to Jidin Moll re corded in Book pnjr 014, of the ljiiui liecoMK oi saiu county. 1 will on TUESDAY, AUUUST 20, l!l, between the hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and 5 o'clock in tlie after main of that day, at the south front door of the ronrt-house In the CHy of Jackson, Cmiuty of Cape Girar deau, and state oi .Missouri, sell at public auction, for cuhIi, to the high- st uKldcr. too above uescrioea real e;.tate, to satisfy said execution aiid costs. llKKMHARO OoCKKL, Sheriff. Sheriff's sale. Hy virtue aud authority of a special execution isaued from the oftlce Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cabe Girardeau County, Missouri, returc- anic to tue August term, lvui, or aafu Court, and to tue directed in favor of UiCtotateol .Missouri at tlie roiatlou ami to the Uf of K. W. t lentRe, Col lector af tJe Rc-enuof Cape Girar deau County, tn rlje Sun of Mia tMiuri, and against George Flvunecke, owner of Hie laod lu tliia suit do- scrlbeck , '1 havu levh'd ihii -and solzed ajl tho riKhr, title, interest and elaiui of Llit; mid George Hrcnnecke ia Uie followiRR described real estate lying. lieinir and smiale n the (Jouuty or Cape Oirarih-au in Che Stare Of Mis souri, to-wit: , . Sixty-two ach;s.leinir jjart rf tr.c north half of thv aoutliwest qtiarter, and the northeast quarter of the southwest qilirtter of Seeflou 10. Tun-iii ,n, Unnire if, mi lyinijaiia beintr in Cape (lirnrvlenn County, Missouri. 1 will on . TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. HKll, bctweeu the lioum of 9 o'clock iu the forenoon and 5 o clock iu the after iiimiu of that day, nt the south front iloop tin iviut't-iiruirtA fn t.hnfMtv of Jaetsn,l'wniv of Cac (i irardeau afoald, sell tJre fame or so much tlier'of as'tiiav he required, at public vendue, o the 'hiKhcht bidder for cash in Hind, to a,itisfy aaid execu tion and"c6sts. tffrV'ff ofCapc tiirurdoati County, MV. "NERVE WASTE." One of the most helpful Isioka on nerve weakness ever iwoied is that eutitled "Nerve M'aste," by Dr. Saw? yer, of Sail FriftiWNto, now in It fifth thousand. This work of aa experi enced and reputable physician la in acreeabie contraat to tlie vast aunt of false le.rt hinjr which prevails on th(s interesting subject. It ahouuds in can-fully coiisldertil ond practical advice, and baa the two great merit of wisdom anl sincerity. It islndiased by both the rollifiouk arrd secular prcaa. The Cbli-atfo Ad Vance aayat " A pcrusitt of the book and tho nppltcathrh of ita nrlncipMi will put health, hope, and heart into thousands tf lives that are now suf fering through nerve. irupairiuout.' The book ia tl, by mail, postpaid. One of the moat iutereatiug chapter chapter xx, on nervines Vt nerv tonic haa been printed. Mparatery aa a taruplo chapter, an will ba act it to any addreM for atanrn by tho pub lisher. The Pacine I'ub. CXk, liok 28S8, San Franc iaeo.