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Jackson Herald. tUSPUBLICAJf IN POLITICS. 13. V. LUSK.... . l'L' JILIHIIF.lt tntrrftf at tin poatrtfllca at Jftrkaim, !'., M cirad-ela mattvr Novumltor , 18V7. Tcriuit for tha Heuald are n fol low: For one year 11.00 Six muntbH r0 Throe month 30 PHOKE: onva i Kftlfl w-c 11 JACKSON, MO., KKl'T. 19. HKll. Anarchists, all agree, bavo no place on American soil. Uoosevklt will continue the policy begun by President Mc kinley. Rooskvf.lt tines not desire punrds to protect him. IIo says bo iIi'ch not winb to eatublish that prooident. President McKinlky died in tho faith ah his lust words to his wife indicate, "Ood's will, not ours, bo done. PnEsmKNT McK.ini.ky will be buried at Canton, Ohio, funeral services will bo held this after tjco.i at 2 o'clock. i kkason is i)uniithable by di.uth. Anitrchi.sU ore traitors, benco they certainly should re ceive their just punishtntnt. O.vk clauxe of our preamble i. "to pronioto the noner:il welfare of tho people." This the an arrh'iHtst oppose, hence they must bo exterminated. Tub calamity howlers and im perialistic nrwupapers added their potion to the idea of an archy, and had its bearing in the assassination of the president. It is to lie hoped that congress will tako steps to put nn end to iinarchy. People of the mind of Emma tJo'dmau should not bo pumltted on American soil. There i- no harm to differ iu opinions, but when these differ ences are v'cious und murderous then they should not be uiven placo iu speech or paper. Such ideas ns are advanced by the Emma Goldman followers ure calculated to do no uood. The New York K.'eninc Post, which is not a republican puper, remarks that utiarehisni hus never been so rife or so bold in this country as during the last live years, in which political dema KojL'ucs mid their newspuper or gans have asailed tho govern ment us a linancial oligarchy, and otherwise sought to discredit it among tho people. It i ti short step from tho imperialistic howling of tho St. Louis Repub lic and Altgeldism to Emma Goldman and CV.oIgosz. (Jlubo Democrat. Memorial services of l'reident McKinley wero held in many of tho churches all over the country on laU Sunday. In a special to tho Globe-Democrat tho follow ing is said of Fredericktown: "Memorial services were held at tho Southern Methodist church in this city this morning. The services opened with the singing by the congregation, of "Nearer, My God to Thee.-' after which short addresses by N. U. Henry, president of Mai ion colleen; N. 1$. Wntts, and Dr. V. II. Now berr.v, dwelling on tho life and diameter of the deceased presi dent, were made. The president's favorito hymn, "Iead, Kindly Light." was then sung by Mrs. A. C. Alexander, of M . C. I. Tho pastor, Rev. Z. T. McCann, made n short address, taking theso points as a text: (1) Mr. McKinley a a son; (2) Mr. McKinley in bin home; (3) Mr. McKinley as a Christen num." itl'XH I'TION ToOri.td, Ouit. r and Curb Certain Parts of II Street. Wlcrc.-m, That in.rtii.ri of South iligli street bet wren First South Ntlcet nnil Fourth Smith street in the City of Jackson, has been ordered brought to the immer irrailo, uuil in the opinion of this Council It Is ncceH sary that bhIiI street, when brought to the proper grade, he Kraveled, unU rurbin audgutteritii; laid, therefore. It is hereby Resolved, That tho ahore iieribel portion ,f South lllrh street bo graveled, iruttoreU and curbed, and to tlie end that said work may bo done, the City Clerk in hereby in sirueted to publish this resolution in some newspaper pnljllshed in the City of .lackson, f.ir two consecutive weeks. (Signed): Fred E. Kiks. I hereby certify that the foretn.inir resolution was adopted at a regularly adjourned meeting of the City Coun cil held ou Monday, September . 1UU1. lKNUV 1VLS, - City Clerk. "I hid a runnine soro on my leg for 7 years," writes Mrs. J. Forest of Chippewa Falls, Wis., "and I spent hundreds of didlars In trying to t'ct it healed. Two boxes of , Baucttr Salve entirely cured it." Beware of stiMtitute.Alldealers. County Correspondence. MILLERSViLLK. September 10. Everybody is in mourning over the tragic death of our nation's chief exocutive. Is our boasted -"land of the free and tiio home of the biavo" progressing or retrograding ? Think of it ! Three murdered presidents in the last half century of our boasted independence ! It is surely time for us to put on the brakes and enquire where we arc ami wither aro we drifting. A tight rain refreshed the growth of fall vegetation last Friday night. Farmer mo getting ready to sow wheat. Most of the land is broken and harrowing is now the order of business. Mrs. Omio Miller went to St. Louis last woek lo buy stock for her millinery store. U. N. Miller went to Green- villo last Wednesday to look after a job that was offered him through a correspondent of that place. J. C. Snider and wifo left last Monday to visit their daughter and son-in lmv. Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks, of Memphis, Tenn. Born, to Loo Caldwell and wifo, ou tho 8th, a son. Horn, to T. J. Miller and wife, on the 10th, a daughter. Miss Daisy Props! left last Tuesday to visit friends at De catur, III. J. H. Howard will commence work on his new residence- one mile east of town next week. Dale Miller will commence work on his new residence in the southern part of town in a few days. I learn that a daughter ar rived at tho home of J. F. Cald well and wife, of our town, this morning. Immediately after tho arrival of Ijee Caldwell's new son, Lee lit out ior Oklahoma to confirm some land c'.-.i'.... which ho had been instrumental in procuring. He returned last Saturday even ing und reports success in his purpose Will Stevens, who moved to town about six months ago to run tho engine for the Farmers' Milling company, returned to his farm a nrilu southeast of town last week, but ho still holds his position as engineer. Bakicis, HANDLES. Dock Dow, while going for a doctor for Mrs. M. A. I.e, his horse got frightened and threw him, his head striking a rail road iron inflicting a severe wound. Died, at his homo near Randies, little Albert Hinch, sou of James and Dora Hinch. Ho boro his afllictions with patience and passed away in great joy. "Messed me tho pure in spirit for they shall sou God." Rov. E. V, Gammill preached at the schoolhouse lasi Sunday night to a largo and an attentive audience. Miss Clara Madox was visiting Miss Ada (irosecloso last Sun day. llAMULEU. A I.1TTU-: KNOWN I ACT. That tho majority of serious di seases originate in disorder of the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure is guaranteed. All dealers. Marvin Collegiate Institute Business College, Conservatory of MuhIo, School of Elocution. Terms for board and tuition low. Nino teachers, nil specialists, l'iano, voice, and all stringed instruments. Heautiful and healthful town. Send for catalogue to NELSON B. HENRY. Fkkdkiucktown, Mo. TICKETS TO New York and Buffalo BIG FOUR ROUTE aivrn 10 Days Stop-Over at Rllffoln Pan-American uuilillU Exposition. LOOK AT TUE 8HE0ULB. Lv. St. I.cule. . s .3D . m. 15 00 ro. S. p. m. Ar. HiiHulo. ....t.ni, .w. m. T.Mp.ro. Ar. New tork. JMp m. Bhjp, in. .oS. m. Ar. tsuioQ iM p. n. IU p, m. a, m Through Coplie, Ulnlux Csrs. aiovpare. nd Library Vt Our. from bt, tout For GutilM, Mum, (.im 8Ieptnf dii v. 1. UIUrry. A. O. i. A, Chustout aod Lrrsidwsy. Hi. Louis. Mo. IQ TOUR TICKET OFFICE. Mliei-HF's Sli Older (lenernl i:ecutloii. Ity virtue and authority or a g.' n t ral wr;l of execution Issued from ihe oltVe of the Clerk of tin' Ciiip (llr iirdenu Court of Common Pleas, Capo (llranlciiu Count. v. Missouri, to lite directed and returnable t'-i the September Term. I'.mi. f said Court, In favor of T.nwmle H. Davis and nxaiitst William A. Ilussell and Kll Aherriattiv, I. the undersigned Sheriff of Cape tiiriinli.uu County, Missouri. have levied upon and seized all the right, title nnd Interest of said defendants in nnd to the following described real estate, lyliej, being and situate in Cnpe Of rat-dean County, Stnto of Missouri, to-wit: 1st. Two lots at N'ccly'a Landing. The first lot contain I Xi ncrca. ron slsts of part of the southeast quarter of the norlhwi st quarter of section Hit. township ranu-e it. nnd part of the northeast fractional quarter of said section, anil Is described: Com menelng at the S. K. corner of said N. W. quarter and run west 15 chain, thence north IT depress west fl.il chains to it point for a becintilti r corner, from this beginning corner run north 17 decrees west 2.2' chains, theiicn noith 'i degrees east S IKI chains to the river, ihetteudown the river 2.27 chains more or less and thence S. 7." tl. urees W. to the beginning corner. Ihe second lot, contains 1. 2.1 acres and is a part of said S. K. quarter of Jf. W. quarter and ili-eiibed: Itegln at at N. V. corner of the last atov3 described lot nnd run H. 17 degrees K. 2.2" chains, theiicn S. 7.") degrees W. a 71 chains, theneo N. 17 degrees K. -I. ul chains, thence N. 7; degrees K. X'W chains, thence s. 17 decrees K. 1.7 chains, and thence S. T.'i de grees V. HS links to the. beginning. The two lols being the hiiic lots de scribed indeed from Charles It. Miller and wife to Wiiiiaui A. Uussell. dated heceinlier ",. l.s'.w, and recorded in book :!'. page 1M, of the land record of said county. 2nd. Also the following described real estate, itegln at t he S. ',. cor ner of 1'. S. Sittvey No. .'127, town ship .11, range 12. at a stone comer, thence N. 2 tlegi s west l.l.ti clinins to iron pin in the middle of the Jackson nnd Oak JUdgo road, thence N. sj degri-es east with tho luiddl" of said road, 21.27 chains to an Iron pin, thence S. S2i degrees K. :i.su chains to iron pin from which a I'.. ( 1 ii in loin, in diameter hears N. Hi degrees W. 41 links, thence K. 8', ib-grees W. 21. 2S chains to t he be ginning corner, containing Ml acres. I will on TCKSIUY, SKPTKMPiElt 21, KJl, between the hours of !i o'clock in the forenoon and o'clock iu the after noon of that day, at tho east front door of the court-house In the City of Cape iirarileau. County of Cape Oirnrdcnti. State of Missouri. s'll at public auction, for cash, to the high est liidd'-r, the above doM-rihcd real e-tnte, to satisfy said execution ami costs. llKI!MIAl:l OoL'KKL, Mieriil. sherKIN Sato or Ken! I '.state in Partition. In the ('Ape Oiraiileau Court of Com mon I'leas, ('npeC.iriirdenuCounty, Slate of Missouri. May term. l!d. Friday, Mav .11, toul. it being the fifth day of the regular May term, lirni. of said Court held at Cape (ilr ardeau. Cape Clirarduiiu County, Missouri. JetTeison I). McLnin, 1 Civil l'laiutiir, Action, vs. I Jleeroo. Lena C. Fornkahl and Onler Henry N. Fornkahl, of liefeiulants. J Sale. uy virtue ami am uortty or an order of sale issued irom the "olllci; f the Clerk of the Court of Common I'leas at Cape Uirardeiiu. Cape ilirardean County, Stale aforesaid, ami to me directed, I will on WF.IiNF.MUY, KF.I'T. ii, l!Hd, between tin- hours of Ii o'clock in the forenoon and .1 o'clock in th" after noon of that day. at the east front door of the eoiirt-hou-.e tn the City of Cape iMrnrdcnu, said ( ounly of Cape iirardeau andSiateof Missouri .sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following described leal estate lying nnd lieing in the Count of Cape (lirardeau and State of Missouri, to-wit : The southwest quarter of the north east quarter, th" north half of the southeast quarter, and the east half of the sout in ast ouarter of the sout h east quarter of Section 111', Tnwhship '.i2 north of Kange I I east, containing 1IU acres: also live (,"i iieresout of the soutiiwest quarter of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section XI, Township '.Vi north of Kange H east, bounded on the north and east sides by a .'III aero tract of said southwest quarter of the south west quarter of said Section h:i sold by.lohu I.nuge and wife to Hcnrv I.ange us per ded dated January ll, li'tiT, recorded in llook 2, pages 2n.'i nnd 'Mi, ljounded tut tho west by the line dividing Section .'12 and 3.1, iHiuuded on the south bv a strip of two ncresyei retained by John l.ange from the south side of said southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 3.'tj also the west half of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section .12, Township 32 north of Kange J I east, containing 20 acres; also lot No. three (Hi of the northeast quarter of Section live (:), Township III north of Kange 11 east, containing Tii.tiG acres, all of said tracts together containing 241. till acres. The above described 7tl.tl(l acres, together with the west half of the southeast quarter of thu south east quarter of Section 32, Township '12, Kange H enst, containing 20 acres, and the east half of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 32, Township 32, Kange 11 east, containing 20 acres, and also said live (j) acres as alsivo described, making a total of 121.110 acres consti tuting the homestead. The home stead as above described will be sold in one tract subject to the homestead rights of h lid defendants; and the remainder of said laud, consisting of 120 acres ns above described, will be sol 1 as a second tract absolutely. Tkkms or Sale: Twenty-live per cent of the purchase money to be paid In cash on day of sale, the re mainder, suventy-flvo per cent there of, to be on a credit of nine months, the purchaser or purchasers to give note with approved security for the deferred payinont, said note or notes to bear I) per cent Interest from dato. Bebnhauo Guckki., Sheriff Cape Girardeau County, Mo. H.C.Watkins.sexton of the Mcth odisl church.Springtield.l'a.says: "My wife has been very bad with kidney trouble and tried several doctors without benefit. After tak ing one bottle of Foley' Kidney Cure was much hotter, and was completely cured after taking four bottles. All dealora. SonrtethinrjllasIlAppcned Ktthw Terriif II rj. -ever ! Cjt wt bac jut fut In ttixk 1 new lui of 'Fahys Cold Filled Watch Ca.scs. and of Brooklyn Solid Gold Cases ni wt want you to know it, for e are now rmljr to thvw yuu an titoitrnrnt of th fintx (oo& in (own. U you want a watch let va k11 you one of. Our ',bih grade movements,'. thai Kill pleaie you by.kteping'perfrtt lime, anl let ui put the movement in one of trine VjuiiCuI ne uaeatowhich will delight jroo every lime yo. look it your watch. i GEO. C. HASSL1NGER 111. Central K. K. OF INTEREST TO STO CKHIOJ DEHS. Free Transportation to Attend - the Annual Meeting at Chicago. The next annual meeting of the stockholders of the. Illinois Central Kailroad Conipiiny wlil be held at the olllce of the company, iu Chicago, on Wednesday, October H, l'.iol, at noon. For the purpose of this meet ing, the stock transfer hooks will be closed from the close of business on September 21 to the morning of Octo ber 17. For this meeting, there will be issued to holders of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Kailroad Company, ns registered on the Isioks of the company, a ticket enabling him, or her. to travel free over the cainp.-iny's lines from tho station on the Illinois Central Kniiiv.ad nearest- to bis or her registered address, to Chicago mid return, for the purpose of attend ing, iu person, the above meeting of stockholders. Such ticket to be good for the Journey to Chicago only dur ing the four days immediately pro ceeding, and tlie day of, the meeting, and for the return journey- from Chicago only on the dny of the meet ing, nnd tho four days immediately following, when properly counter signed and stamped during business hours that is to say, between ! a. m. and ii p. m. in the otllce of the asslstans secretary, Mr. W. Itruen, in Chicago. Such ticket may he ob tained by any registered holder of stock on application, iiiwriting, to the president, of the company in I lncagn. l-,aeli application must state the full name at.d address of the stockholder exactly as given in bis or her ceitillcate of stock, to gether wit h the number and date of such rcrtilieate. Xo more than one person w ill le c-imed free in respect lo any one holding of stock as reg istered on the books of tlie company. -. (!. ll.UKM.U K," Secretary. Oentry brothers' fatuous traiued animal exibiiion, replete this season with almost- innumerable new and novel feats iu animal "actitiir," will oive two exibitions in this city on Monday, Septem ber 30, afternoon and nisrht. Jt is really unnecessary to say more cuucerniti theso popular amusement manufacturers. Their shows are so universally admired that the simply announcement that they are soon to appear hero is amply sullicient to test the sealing capacity of their rnatu moth tents. Ulcers, open or obstinate sores, scalds and piles, quickly cured by Banner Salve, tho most healing medicine in the world. All deulers. Uncle Sam's Mail Service requires physical and mental ability of a high degree to withstand its hard labors. The high tension to which the nervous system is constantly subjected, has a depressing ef feet, and soon hwoaebe, back ac!, neutlga, rheumatism, sciatica, etc., develop in severe form. Such was the case of Mail Carrier- S. F. Sweinhart, of Huntsville, Ala., he says: "An attack ol pneumonia Kft ma with muscular rhmniatum. headache, and pain that uCmrd lo b all over me. I u acarcely able to move for about a month when I decided lo give Mf,r... Pain Pills and Nerve Plasters a trial la three dart I waa again on mv route and in e and in ain and ww "m, 4 wm itcv iron, pa (aluing in flesh aa strength.' Sold fcr all Druaalala. Dik Mllaa Medloal Co., Elkhart, tni. cnnvYNS. pet H V G. S, HENDERSON emoce Resilient LLit: - wutm Dentist Office On South side of West Main Street, over C,' 11 Wolters' Harness shop, JncKson Ollieo phone, 172; residence. 173. Dr. C. V. AIsop, Dentist Pentitstry Practiced in All its branches. JACKSON. MISSOURI. Dr. J. L. Jenkins, RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri liver S..-lta,'f,'r's Store. (.old fillings. Silver Fillings. Ce ment hillings. Artificial Teeth Teeth cleaned. Plates repaired rainless extraction free when Plates are wanted. CKAS. P. HURST. U ll a i.n j l'ltoruirTon or K0CK QUAKRY OiKvlmif Mile North of Jackson. All liln.Knf Ihillilii.u- Un.-k. fill lln, etc. furiiiMli. il und lill tn wail If ik'slreU. EDW. D. HAYS, Attorney at Law A'I Notary Public. Office Opimsitc Central IIotcl.2 JACKSON, MO. Orrcn Wilson, Attorney at Law. Will nriirlirv 111 nil CouriHDt' County. Collt'ctions a Spt'eialty. Cnpn lilrimlcau, Mo. JDH1M A. SNIDER. ATTOKNEY - AT - LAW. JACKSON. MO Everything In the Trade HORSES, MULES, A SPECIALTY. I Kunrautee all my stock. Call on me two uillca cast of Jackson. A. D. MOORE Do You Want to Save Money? Scud in your name and iiilJivni and get onr catalogue of all kinds of mer chandise lit prices defying competi tion. Fully illustrated catalogue sent on receipt of 10 cents for postage KAHN. GREEN & BERCER. 2i7 to l Dearlwrn Street, Chicago lataloKue inaUc-d during Jaf . lyrja f;,:ijra over at leieietttfttlltttftemmttmtttimmiHmtnffltWlTtW' 's . lUMllllMMlUtinUHIHltlHllltlWUIlUiUllliiniinniiiiiniii. -w Call ? a SCHAEFER IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN In Summer Goods, Lawns, White Goods, Piques, Calico regular standard summer styles at 5 cts. All Straw Hats at half price. Ladies' Oxfords, a little out of style, but will give good service at $1.00 per pair. SCHAEFER. GO Meier Bros. Cniiti.mr.AO.Illue.lnv, J- I Ilnnlick-Haker, f I John Deere, Harrows"- Oltricn. Smttfi, -Was: 1 oung Hickory D.- Manlcy-Thompson gJ g nnd Carriages Come and hoo tlio Triumph Sulkey Plow. We aro agents also for the Birdsell Clover Hullcr. Come anil nee tw before buying riown. Harrows, Wagons, Bug- rfj gies, etc. e have the goods and can ma?:: Uih prices to unit the purcliaser. Iiespectfully, MEIER BROTHERS. THR JAGKSON EXCHANGE BANK, J ackson, CAPITAL: $20,000. Henry R English. President, J. W. Limbaugh, Vice-Pres. Hugh K. Quinn, Casbitr. DIRKCTORS: H. R. Enolisu, W. J. ltonKr.TM, William a b'ciiARFisn J. W . LiMiiAVuii und 11 con R. Qcinn. We olTor ilppowltors every facility which tbeir balances, business and responsibility wai rant. M H Are you going 1 to build? If so, call at our yard and get prices. LUMBER of all kinds. Lath, Shingles, etc. : : : on 3 1 TO Hardware Co. 3 3 2 FOR ... II W I- ons I 1 I Triiin,ili Rti.l MucUovo g j 0S OP Missouri. mini it,- w i' i i . Ii Kneibert & Henderson -v ) I r TT