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Jackson Held. -j BEI'VBUCAN !! I-OUTICI. B. fcUSK.. .1'CBLISHBU Kdiiw at the pontofllr. t Jackson. Mo., aa aaceod-claaa matter K'orepibar 4. 181(7. Term for the Hebald are as fol io war ' For one year , . 1.00 S1XBn,nUi:.-. ,50 Three months .30 rnonn: Ofllc Itaaldance.. . lid 142 JACKSON. MQ NOV ?. 1001. Last "Tuesday another rejwbH can victory was won.- New York City went republi can by; 30,000 majority. Tam many got kuookod out at last, Again wo aro reminded o! Abra ham Lincoln's words, "Vou can't fool all tho people all lbs timo." Ohio, Nebraska, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Now Jersey anil lihodo Island also went re publicuu. Virginia, Mississippi and Ken tucky went democratic by do creased majorities. It is rumored that a demo cratic daily will be started at the Cape. Tihs Pan-American exposition closed lout Saturday with a Iohs of f 3,000,00c. The Daily Republican is still a Tegular visitor to our desk, and it getB better ull the timo. Jcdoe Fort will bnvo a for midable opponcut for tho su premo judgship if Judge Fox enters tho race. 1'RESfDKNT IiOOSEVELT is op posed to trusts. Ho will put himself ou roeord on that line in his message to congress. ' Hkkuy Wattkuson, editor of tho CourierJournul, is a candi date for governor of Kentucky vvauerson oppose! uryan in 1000, and tho Uryan democrats will opposo him. IK mo uemocruts nominate Prof. N. U. Henry, and the re publicans noininatn Prof. W. il Lynch for stuto sU)erintendont of public schools that office will bo tilled by a qualified southeast Missouri man, no matter how the elrction goes. To tho gcutlemen of the south east press: 1 ho population of FredorioUtoivn is a,0i)0 instead of 2,01;! as has been erroneously going the rounds of our ex changes. Wo want all tha' is coming to us, if you ploaso. Frederick town Tribune. A FREE PATTERN I (yor oi c fiber. ii Mlactioa) to tvarr mo Only 30 cuti a yrar. MS CALLS MAGAZINE ; A LADIES MAGAZINE. K vm; but,ft elortd plauit temt (inioni; drrutk:rw curtLtniM (ni.-y work j liixitaWlJ hint l)ittwn, t. bub . fit ltat tLnv t'Ht tu day, or, tend V irj tot Ufmt. SiTllh, Reliable, 8lmp1t. Up-to-tlato, fcivnumtcul ad Aboolutolx rorfftct-ruiittg 1'apor Faturuo. iif m. w m . BAZAR I Patterhs All (Mm Allt.t M rtrfwttlw rim tkt aula mi Uht l"- Onlir t a4 if tntt MtK mm hlthr. JUk Uyf tlirm ft-U In Mllf liy ni low, ot br atul Itom . THE McCALL CO.. II J-II5-I17 Weil )ltl St. WW V0WI. Dn Humphreys' Specifies care by acting directly upon the dUctso, without exciting disorder In. any other part f the system. o. evsn. rmra. 1 Perere. CooMUaiu, iBtUmmatloM. Vtymnm: Warm fw, Worm Colic.. . .113 S-reeihlBe.Colle.CrrlBg.WtkaruUuM .113 4 Diarrhea, of CatklroDor adulu 43 T-Couibi, Colda, BronchUU 119 eV-Nearaltla, Tootliacha, Vaceaoh 113 -Heaaarha. KIckllaadaclM.VarUca.. .93 1 0 D yaaaaile, IndlgMUoa.Weak Stomach. 113 11- 8aareaK4 orPalnrul frlu4i 93 19-H'hllea, Too ProTua PtrkxU. 93 U t'roua. Laryaanu. HuananaM. 93 l-liall HkcDm, Kryiliirlu. KrapUou.. .93 IS BhaumalUaa. Hheuaiatlc Palaa 93 1 Malaria, ChllU, rarer aad Atom 93 J-:alarrli. loauaua. Cold la U Uaa4 .93 irCWkooplBf-C'auiti ,. ,93 flT-Kleaey Dlaaaaaa - .93 Sa-Nerroiie Deklllly l.O 3-l'rlaary Wakaaaa,WMUiiBed 9 TT-Orla. Bar Varar 9 Dr. Humpkreri' Manual of aU Dlaaaaaa at jour lnurfr1aTU Of Mailed Fre. Bold br di-UKicUU.or ttent on MMlnl jrtrldU. or Hnt An Mnjilnt AT iwb.. nDttrwya nota Vtt, Vol. wtiUatu Juaa wa, WI'tTaa. Lewis Ockerman, Goshen, Ind "DeWittVLittleKnrly Risers never bend nio double hko other puis. but do their work t borough ly and make mo Xeel like a boy. Certain, thorough, gentlo. U. u. Jones. W I County Court. I. H. Yoe, superintendent poor farm, nindo quarterly report, which wh approved, and expense account of 110.93 allowed. . Account allowed i Water-Pierce Oil Co. , supplies jor poor larm hu Ilenry A. Leher 6 85 H Inkle-Williams More. Co.. . & 60 Louis Kruegnr 14 40 8: Albert Grocer Co; 68 00 II. Ii. Caldwell 17 45 Chan. Wolters, labor 45 00 EmUFray ...,,.. 12 00 Caldwell A. To?, supplies..,.. 10 00 I. II. Foe, quarter, salary . . . . 25 00 L. M. lioan, surveying ex penses in swamp drainage . 03 00 Dr. E. r. rortcrOeld, Inquest on body of Jesse Robinson Alex Etillnburg, janitor 75 00 E. U. Eogclman, common pleas clerk 36 y Knelbert A Hondorson 50 05 Geo. Brit ton, Janitor... ....... 25 00 Geo. D. Barnard & Co., sta- tionery county treasurer... 15 75 Standard Printing Co., print Ing for countyofllccrii. 23 GO Julius Jahns, watchman 10 00 Gam C N. U Ii. Co., Ktation- ery collector t 0 3C West Disinfecting Co., 'court . house supplies...... ......... 21 25 Hinklo-WiUlanis, court hous supplies ; 7 Oct Henry Gockcl,t!ain for grand jury 2 00 C. II. Macko, repairing (all ... 150 Kinder A Seliiiuiko, supplies, ft 25 INuMh-WiIIIiwiih, supplies. . . 8 9ft Iicnt Oockel, slierllT fees 46 85 Hekald, stationery county officers 11 50 Clias.D.Nolaud. fuel for court house 60 05 Steok ie Mueller, Ice fur court house 1 92 V. Kies A Bon, printing for colloctor 8 25 F. Kios A Son, printing for circuit clerk 2 15 F. Kies A Son, printing for road and bridgo commis sioner 2 8! Dr. IL T. Henderson, quarter salary 43 75 It. Si AVoltors, court house supplies 9 40 Amount Issued to poor for temporary relief 250 60 Ordered that superintendent of poor farm havo a new smoke house built. Surveyor presents bids received for building bridge across Hubble creek, liortii or Jackson. Contract let to St. Louis llrldge & Iron Co. for $1, 114.10; they to give bond for double amount of bid. . Report of Judge Joseph Koehler on worn doue .ou basement of court house approved and warrant Issued for $32.30 for oxpenses. Ueport on new road by commis sinner (Jeo. F. Snider et al.,' approved and committee of John E linker Wondul Seller and John W. Dewcesc were appointed to assess damages o lime Welly, who refused to give rjgiit-of-wuy to road. Dramshop lleenses granted to F w. oiieilieid, A. Gockel jr., Clins rud!rst;ill, Henry Huhu, John A Uraden, John L. Miller, F. II. Wel- tecke, A. Wlugerter, J. J. McGinnis Meyer A Meyer. Dramshop petitions -presented and approved of John Metz. Gus It. Kopper, Miller A J lingers and J. W. Searcy. August t'de, county treasurer, pre sented the following report, which was approved : County revenue fund war rants J,121 54 County revenue fund, com mon pleas jury script 213 70 County road and bridge fund . K14 75 Paupvr fund 67" 18 Foreign lut. tax fund 707 57 Road district fund ; .'. 100 05 Total 5,344 70 Ordered that warrant be issued for 150 to Capo Girardeau Fair A Park association for county premiums fair lwl. Beware of the Cold Bath. The cold bath in the morning is not so popular as it was form erly. Tbore is much energy ex- landed in tha reaction and just at the timo of day when this energy is at its lowest ebb. Then, too, cold water has very little cleans ing effect. Very hot water stimulates tho nerves, which is the effect tbat wo aro seeking from tho cold water, while it does not demand the energy of reac tion of the latter. The 'duration of morning bath should be short possible hardly longor than the mere application of the water to the skin followed by a brisk rub ning. uowever, many prefer a cool spongo bath in tho morning, ana ii this toi lowed by a warm glow and a feeling well-being, it cortaioly is beneficial. Many people are not strong enough to react well. A hot hath at night is most cleansing and restful Genet al bathing must be regu luted by individual peculiarities. Laiios' Home Journal. CM. Phelps, Forostdale, Vt.says his child was completely cured of a bad case of ecsema by the use of Ue witlsWiUinliazolSalve.lJeware of all counterfeits. It instantly reaves pain. a. u Jones. Additional Locl. ,a '! John Burford and fleorgo Grant bought Wilbur Seabaugb's livery stable last week. Misses Alice and Ken a Mont- Kotnory, of tTedericktown, are visiting their sister, Chaa. M. WaJtera. Mrs. H. A. Ilaldaman returned home from a two weeks' visit to her mother at Ana. HI., last Monday. Chas. Ross, who has tho con tract for putting in the curbing on East Main street, has his force at work. Ed RegQnhardt, of the Cape, was in town last Friday. lie re ports business good in his lino that of brick and stone work. Rov. .1. W. Worsnop will preach at 'Williams' school house next Sunday afternoon at 8:00 o'clock. All cordially invited. VT. Wesson, Gholsonville.Va. drupgist.writes: Your One Minute Lough Cure srives perfect satisfac tion. Customers say it in tho beet remedy for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubled." II. L. Jones. Th chrysanthemum fair will be held in Mueller's new build- in? on Thursday and Friday, November 21 and 22. All are invited. Mrs. R. Prucning will have a puhlic ealo of porsonal property on November 9 at her farm three miles southwest of Gordonville. Do you suffer from piles? If so do not turn to surgery for relief. Do- Witt's Witch UazelSalvo will act more quickly, surely and safely. saving you the expense and dan ger ol an operation. It. L. Jones. J. C. Wallace, of Fruitland, came in to seo the bg parado last Saturday. Mr. Wallace is 75 years old and looks well for an old man. W. S. Wilkinson, of Miller ville, was in town yesterday Scott was looking for a justice of the peace. Ouess he was hunt ing trouble. DoWitt's Little Early Risers novor disappoint. They are saicprompt, gentle, etfectiyo in removing all impurities from the liver and bow els. Small and easy to lake. Never gripo distress. II. L. Jones. lue iatuoiic ladies will give a supper in one of Herman Muet ler's new buildings on Tuesday evening, November 12. Supper served from 5 o'clock on. mo oict vviiKinson null ou Apple creek has bocn loused by Messrs. Theiss & Theiss. and put in first-class shape. They are now ready to give the public good flour at fair prices. See ad elsewhere in this issue. to cuke a Cough Stop coughing, as it irritates tho lungs, and gives them no chanco to heal. Foley's Honey and Tar cures without causing a strain in throwing off the phlegm like com mon cough expectorants. All dealers. Tho J. Fink traveling hotel, the commissary department of Paw nee Hill's show, was left at tbis place when the show departed lust Suturdsy. Henry Stock bought one of tho wagons and the other two were hauled to Cano Girardeau. em liVMy to Im ud for fflin cnffmil If )-"U knnw, yo would be mo to Uutuait J Lion Goffea which U iior ouutmiufitl with auy Khttiutfi.f uyrt,mtlir Ctfgt or tflu-just pt.ru, fratfh, ilrvtitf, Th Mald Vewbam imiirM oni loroi quality axi frMUuM. We Em ploy Ladies EVERYWHERE To do needle-work at honin, and agroo to pay from t!.00 to $10.00 per week. We aoll hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of fancy work and are always behind with our orders. We can use now almost any number of ladies at their own homes for plous unt and profitable employ ment. Bond stamp for par ticulars, or send V cents for our Mammoth Catalogue of everything men, women and children wear, at wholewalo. Address, Columbia Hfg. & Importing Company. Manufacturers, Jobbers, Importers. 225 Dearborn HU CHICAGO 52t- Foley's Honey mad Tar worcaiMrtatimft.mr. nocputm TO THE PUBLIC: WE, tho underpinned, take pleasure In announcing to the people of Capo Girardeau and adjoining counties, that we ' have leased Wilkinson's Mill on Apple Creek, and are now ready to accommo date tho public with hoice Flout- AT REASONABLE PRICES. are manufacturing , the following brands We wilt also do a general exchange business in flour, rucal, bran and shipstuff. We will give our personal attention to the business at all times and solicit a share of the public patronage. Respectfully, Theiss & Theiss, Altenburg, Mo. Fruit Trees at Plainview Nursery Planting leaton la nuir at hand and we wlnh to call jronr attention to the tr that we. are on the market. Our atuck haa come tli rough, the drouth In guad unapt-: our amort meat la complete, our vurlutlua uro tent-.J, and the tra TRUE TO NAME. Wrlto for descriptive cataloguo and prlce-IUt. or come and raaka your own Hulecttona. If we can not ftlre you tho worth of your money in nursery stock you are not likely to sat It anywhere. Voura for more and better fruit. Carl Wal lace. Prop. A low choice Bcrkabtro pijcu rot. Orren Wilson, Attorney - at Law. Will ornrlirel Co ur It of County. Collections a Specialty. Cape Girardeau, Mo. EDW. D. HAYS, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Office Opposite Central Hotel. JACKSON, MO. JOHN A. SNIDER. ATTOKNEY - AT - LAW. JACKSON. MO Attention, Tax-payers. Tho undersigned collector of tho revenuo of Capo Girardeau county, Missouri, will meet the tax-payers of said county for the purpose of receiving tho taxes for the year 11(01, at tho following times and places: Arcsberg, Apple Creek town ship, Thursday, November 7, 1901; Appleton, Apple Creek town ship, Friday, November 8, 1901, i'ocahontas, Shawnee town- ship, Monday, November 11, 1901; Shuwneetown, Slmwneo town ship, Tuesday,- November 12, 1901; New Wells, Shawnee township, Wednesday, November 12. 1901; Neoly's Landing, Shawnee township, Thursday, Noverabor 14. 1901 ; Egypt Mills. Randol township, Friday and Saturday, November 15 and Iti. 1901; Capo Girardeau, Cape Girar deau township, Friday, Saturday and Monday, November 29 and 80, and December 2, 1901 ; From December 3, 1901, to January 1, 1902, at my oflice iu Jackson. Notice is hereby given that all those who fail to pay at the times and places as above may expect to bavo their property soized, leviod upon and sold for the pay ment of the same with costs. Back Tax Books will not be taken with me; thoso desiring to pay the same will find the books at my office in Jackson. E. VV. Flentge, Collector of Capo Girardeau County. The business men of Jackson can furnish their patrons with no better souvenir than a nice calen der for 1902. Tho Herald has them. Give us your ordor. Probato court meots next week. A thousand th'ngs by it aro done far better than most things doono. Wo refer to Rocky Moun tain Tea mado by Madison Modi icine Co. 3fic. Ask your druggist W. W. Taylor & Son are put ting in a plate g'ass front in the part of F. A. McGuire's build ing which G. C. Hasslinger will occupy. Adolph Bluner. Grand Mound, la. writes:"! have usedFoley'sHoney and Tar in my family and think it is the best cough cure on the mar ket. 1 wouldn't be without it in my home, as there is nothing so good for coughs and colds. All dealers. Foley's Honey mad Tar cures colds, prevents pneumoaim. "ANGEL CAKE" "WORLD'S FAIR 1903" PRIDE OF ALTENBURQ' ON ACCOUNT of the shipment of broken - plate-glasn which vraH to have been put In my new store fhow win dow, it will be a week or ho until I get moved. This gives yon a chance of getting C L O C K S SILVERWARE CHIN AWARE At Greatly Reduced Prices. See the bargain price on lampn in my window. These must go at 13.75, and the red lamp at f 7. Q.C. Hasslinger JEWELER Jackson - - Missouri CROWNS. G. S, HENDERSON5 BRIDGE ta T.:.ii. f. xujsiueiu Dentis wutm Office On South sido of West Main Street, ovor C, H Wolters' Harness shop, Jackson Oflico phono, 172; residence. 173 Dr. C. V. Alsop Resident Dentist. Dentistry Practiced in All Its Branches. Office phonn 178 :: Residence 78 JACKSON. - MISSOURI. Dr. J. L. Jenkins, RESIDENT DENTIST Jackson, Missouri Orer Scliuofer'a Storo. Gold FilllnKs, Silver FUlinirs. Ce ment t'llUnRs. ArtlOoial Teeth. Teeth cleaned. Plates repaired. Painless Extraction free when Plates are wanted. Dr. E. P. Emerson Physician and - Surgeon. Special attention given to ' DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. OrriCB On South High Street, one door north Savings Hunk. Jackson, Mo. RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN. G. H.Uausan, Lima,0..ent;ineerL. K. & W. It. it., writes, "I have been troubled a great deai with backache. I was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and one bottle entirely relieved me. I gladly roconimend it to any one, especially my friends among the trainmen, who are usually simi larly afflicted." All dealers. WOT gmmmmmmmmmmiitnmmmnimmmmmmm 1 3 B 3 S yHEN you come to town drop 3 in and see rAlna r l- 1 t a vwi uci ui puunu dquaiCi vvc nave; a g full line of Fall and Winter Goods And are selling them at Living Prices. Don't miss the place. Look for the U. S. mail box on the corner and stop in. There you will find SCHAEFER. aiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiniiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiauiii GO Meier Bros. CantonP.AO.niueJay, T"J 1 liarmcK-iiuKer, I Jotn Deere, 1 ncirruwb a O'Brien. Smith, If - Young Hickory, Wag OFlS Di I Mauley-Thompson Buggies Carriages and Come and see the Triumph Sulkey Plow. We are agents also for the Birdsell Clover Huller. Come and see us before buying Plows, Harrows, Wagons, Bug gies, etc. We have the goods and can make the prices to suit the purchaser. Respectfully, MEIER BROTHERS. EVERYTHING Lumber H Lath, Flooring, Lime. etc. Call on us. Kneibert THE JAGKSON EXCHANGE BANK, Jackson, CAPITAL: $20,000. SURPLUS: $10,000. Henry R English. President. J. w. Limuaugm. Vice-Pres Hugh R. Quinn, Cashier. DIRECTORS: n. B. Enolibh, W. J. Roberts, William D Smi J. W. Liiibauou and HuouR. Qousw ochaejkk We offer depositors every facility which their balancos, business an responsibility warrant. ' Schaefer, southwest 3 a M A 1 1 La. A M 3. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 TO Hardware Co. FOR I w r W VV O a www Canton, a I 1 - Triumph and Buckeye I 1 1 S DIM aDd 1Ioe FOR BUILDING. ::::::: & Henderson West Main Street, JACKSON, MO. OP Missouri.