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Much Ado About Nothing.
The southern newspapers are going off half cocked as usual. It has always been the misfortune of the southern poople to be con trolled by their prejudices and not by their reason and pood Judgment. This man Washington has been endorsed by the entire southern press as the foremost representa tive of his race, as one who was doing more for the roal advance ment of the negro than anyone else. The fact that President Roosevelt took lunch with a great educator and the best type of a numerous people did not In the leaut signify that he at tempted to put htm on social equality with himself or recog nized the negro as a tit mate for the white man. And yet these southern fire-eaters jump at this conclusion without one moment of cool thought. When Koose vclt as president of the United States lunches with Minister Wu, of China, or tho officials of Porto liico, or some Cuban, tuch as Maceo, for instance, or some South American or African dig nitury, docs that moan ho ac knowledges their social equality or would introdnco him as a fit suitor for tbo hand of his daugh tcr ? Thcso men aro invited by the president of the United States in his official capacity as reprcsenta tives of a people, and in that ca pacity he invited Washington to talk over tho problems of the southern negro, which are indeed grave. Why it is the south can never see tho broad humanities of an occasion and not the narrow sectional question of "negro domination" in every act of a public man is something that to tho ordinary citizen is an enigma past solution. The south has again put up a bogie man of something dono in tho ordinary routine of official business at tho whits house, and then proceeded to pound that bogio into a shapolesa mass, hang it in elligy and work them selves in a fury just as the French did over Dryfus. Washington is a man of brains, of education, of refinement or is bo represented and a consultation with a mini who is received as a gentlemen all over this brood land because of his scholarly at tainments is not o social recog nition of the ignorant, degraded southern negro nor an invitation to nogro control of the south, but is a single exception to a general rule of social procedure on the ground that by reason of culture and philanthropy tho man has placed himself beyond the pale of tho color line of tho negro, Political Keviow. - . THIS HKST is Till: CIIKAl'KST. Not how cheap, but how good, is tho question. The Twice a-Week- Republic is not us cheap as are some so-called newspapers. Hut it is us cheap us it is possible to sell a first class newspaper. It prints all the news that is worth printing. If you read it all the year round, you are posted on all tho import ant and interesting atfairs of the world. It is the bust and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguish ing traits of the nowspaper that is designed; to be road by all mem bers of the family. Subscription price, $1 a year. Any newsdealer, newspaper or postmaster will receivo your sub scription, or you may mail it direct to The Kepublic, St. Louis, Mo Those desiring to bring us wood on subscription will please do so as quick as possiblo. We want to lay in our winter supply oeiore me roaus get bad. The Herald carries a full lino of tine calendars for 1902. Come and see our stock boforeplacing your oraers. "NERVE WASTE." One of the most lielnful tmoka nn liHrve weakness ever famied is that entitled " Nerve Waste," by Dr. Saw yer, of Kan Francisco, now iu it fifth thousand. This work of an experi enced and rrputahlu physician Is in agreeable contrast to the vast sum of false teaching which prevails on this interesting subject. It abounds in carefully considered and practical advloe, und has the two great merits of wisdom and sincerity. It Is Indorsed bv both tho relMom and secular press. The Chicago Ad vance says: "A perusal of the book and the application of its principles will put health, ho)e and heart into inounancis or lives mat are now suf fering through nerve iinpalrinopt." -The book is II. bv mail, nostnald One of the most interesting chapters chapter xx, on nervines and nerve tonics has been printed separately as a sample chanter, and will be sent to any address fur stamp by the pub lishers, The PaciUc 1'ub. Co., Box zh,-is. tsan fTaooisoo. Foley's Kidney Cum Wakea kkfneya mud bltddtr right. 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Nine teachers, all specialists. Piano, voice, and all stringed instruments. Beautiful and healthful town. Send fur catalogue to NELSON B. HENRY, l ItKDKUICKTOWK, Mo. JONES. btnuN h com Scad fur Irs VOtgf ttruaTraCaV for lone (MA. ftOlt. ill Cbetffww pnpMtVft TABULES REAL ESTATE FOR SALE For particulars apply to L. M. Baan, Jackson, Mo. Mr. Dean is in mutual correspondence with the Buchanan & Iteddick real es tate and abstract company, of Bloomflcld, Mo. No. I. 2o acrs, at Whitewater. 176 cleared; two houses; H land, balatwin bottom. No. 2. imM acres, 3 mllos of Allen rills'; 75 acres cleared, fair house, 35 acres bottom laud. No. 8. 10 acres, 6 miles west of oruonville; 80 acres cleared, nearly all bottom land. No. 4. 377 acres, H miles from WhitewnUr; 140 acres cleared, bot tom land. No. 6. 204 acres, one mile north west of (Jordonvillo; 160 acres cleared, balance (rood timber; 8 room house; large new barn; 6 springs; extra bargain. No. 6. 840 acres, at Dutch town; 200 acres cleared; 13 springs, good house and barns, water in everv field. No. 7. 40 acres, mile northwest of Oousinville, all under fence. No. H. 164.41 acres, mile south west oi uamiie station; all timber land. No. 0. 40 acres, 1 mile north of nannies .Station, all timber land. No. 10. no acres, 1 mile eant of Arbor, 30 acre cleared. No. 11. 237 acres, 1 mile west of Ilouck, 100 acres cleared. No. 11a. 241 acres, 1)4 miles west of Ilouck; J.'iO acres cleared, house and barn. No. 12. 101 acres, i mllo soutb of mouck; (rood nonse and barn, every tiling eood. No. 13. 580 acres, 1 mile west of t'ousinvllle, 200 acres, cleared 7 houses. No. 14. .KlOncres, 1 mtlo southwest of Delta, all timber land. No. 15. 70.75 acres, 2 miles north west of Jackson, fio acres cleared, 3 springs, house and barn. No. IS. 200 acres, 2 miles south of Gravel Hill, all timber land. No. 17. 198 acres, 3 miles south of Jackson, 140 acres cleared, good buildinpi and springs. No. 17a. 803 acres, 5 miles north of Cape Uirurdeau, 200 acres cleared, 4 springs and good buildings. No. 18. 247.70 acres, i milo north west of Millervllle,8-room house and two good barns. No. 111. 131 acres; adjoining Jack son, 120 acres cleared. No. 20. Dwelling houso; In Jack sou, 6 rooms, stable and smoke house. No. 22. 137.50 acres; 8 miles south went of Jackson, B r.iom house, 2 cisterns and a well; "5 acres gtsjd white oak timber. No. 23. Dwelling house; In Jackson, 6 results, cellar and stable. No. 2i. Dwelling house; in Jackson, 7 rooms, large lot; stable and cellar; nearly new. No. 24. no acres; 1 mile north of Randies Station, all wood; and 240 acres at Advance, .Stoddard county, 150 acres cleared, good buildings. No. 25. 18S acres; 1 mile north of dordonville, 100 acrrfs cleared, well watered. No. aii. 80 acres; at Uandles Sta tion, 55 acres cleared, new 5 room house. No. 27 97.50 acres; 3 miles west of Millerrllle, 05 acres cleared, 400 fruit trees, new 4 room house: spring. No. 28, 02 acres; 2i miles southeast of Jackson, 80 acres cleared. No. 111. 77 acres; 2 miles northwest of Jackson, 8 room Iiouhc, now barn, spring. No. 30. 140 ncres; 4 miles west of JitekMon, loo acres cleared. No. 31. 40 ;ieren; near Handles Sta tion, 30 ncres cleared. No. 32. 70 feet front on Main street in Jackson. No. 33. 2 dwelling houses in Jack son. No. 34. 11U.75 acres; near Delta, all timber. No. 35. J0U acres; 0 miles northwest of Jackson, 200 Hcrcs cleared. No. Htl. 275 acres; 5 imleg north of Jackson, 200 acres cleared, two story brick house, good barn and out buildings. No. 37. 145 acres; 4 miles cast of Jackson, loo acres cleared, good houu and barn, cistern and spring water. No. 38. 120 acres: 3 miles southwest. of Wordonville, 7o acres cleared, 6 room nousc. No. 3U. 80 acres: 5 miles northeast. oi jackon,b, ucrts cleared, 5 room uousu, goou nam. No. 40. 230 acres! 4 inilea north west of Whitewater. 150 acres cleared, 5 room honse, 3 acres in orchard. No. 42. :i80 acres; 12 miles west of JucKson, zz. acres cleared, 135 acres good timber. No. 43. 185 acres; 3 miles northwest of Burfordville, loo acres cleared, 38 acres bottom laud. No. 44. 8.50 acres; M mile of Jack son, 8 room house, nearly new. No. 45. 820 acres ; 4 miles north of ninniuanu, Mo., all timber. No. 4. 150 acres; 21 miles of Gor douville, 120 acres cleared, good or chard, well and 2 cisterns. No. 47. 120 acres: 14 mile mm I'uxlco, Mo., 45 acres cleared, new iiuuse uuu nam. No. 48. 40 acres: near Idalia. Mn.. an u inner innu. No. 4I, 230 acres: near ZiiHilnek. Mo., 100 acres cleared, good improve ments. No. 50. 80 acres: 4 miles wmt of van lluren, Mo., 60 acres, fair build ings, goou spring, on railroad. No. 52. 130 acres: 6 miles northwest. or jacKson, loo acres cleared, 4 room noose, sunns. Nn. 63. A 4 room dwelling honsn In avasou. No. 64. A 4 room dwelling housn. In Jackson. No. 56. An 8 room dwelllnir hmian In Jackson. No. 611. 60 acres: 4 mile of Jackson: this Is the best property in the county for the money. No. 67. House and lot; in Jackson, lot 75 by 1S5 feet, 4 room houso. No. 611. 28 acres: 4 miles nnrtliuoat of Whitewater, very cheap. j acres; near aiarquaua, Mo., all timber. No. 63. 50 acres: 2 miles east, nf J ae.kson, 40 acres cleared, good spring. no. i. nn acres; ;i nines south of Kg.VPt Mills. 6i acres cleared. .1 rnnm house, 3 springs. No. 65. House and lot. In Jackson, 4 rooms, lot 60 by 150 feet. No. 6a. House and lot, in Jackson, 3 rooms, lot 60 by 150 feet. No. 60. House and lot, in Jncksou, 3 rooms. No. ti7. 40 acres: W mile of Tilsit. SO acres cleared, 4 risim house, good uarii. No. 68. 1 K-lmrse nower elii'ln.. and boiler, plainer, rcsaws, turning lathe, etc. No. (ib. 12 lots in Oliver Morton's suhdiviHlon of Surrey No. 707. No. 70. 77 scrna: H milea annthwaat. of Cape Girardeau, 80 acres cleared, good improvements. No. 71. llouse and lot. In Jackson. 5 room bouse, new, H acre lot. j Subscribe for the ILeuald. DIRECTORY. The following counties comprise th 14th congresaionnl district: Cape Girardeau, Zollinger, Ilutler, Howell, Christian, Douglas, Dunklin, Mississippi. New Madrid. Oregon, Osark, Pemiscot, Rlpby, Scott, Stod dard, tone ana laney. w u van diver, congressman. The following counties Jcomprlse tne zlst senatorial district: vn'a uiini unu, , , c j " vol ioi. Ripley, liutler and Dunklin. G T Lee, -senator. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative O C Thilonlus Sheriff Bernhnrd Oockel Collector , E W Flentfre Assessor J Flaldwell Treasurer August Ude Pros. Att'y T D Hinos Probate Judge Jos KneTilor Circuit Clerk C F Betten Count Clerk Wm. Paax. Common PleasClk.. Kd Engelinann Surveyor B A Daugherty Presiding Judge Chns Bartels Judge 1st Dist Wm Thompson Judge 2nd Dist LK Thomas Coroner. Ir Elmo Porterncld School Com E E McCullough TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. T.-.i n Ben Miller -u.v.cee o. j J M Snider Constable G H Grant CITY OFFICERS. Mayor Wm Paar City Clerk Henry Puis City Collector Itlucher Sporling i;ity Assessor :..A. j. t ientge Marshal Jno Macke Street Com Adam Hoffmann Night Watchman Julius Jahns City Weigher Wm B Kchaefer City Attorney T D Hines City Treasurer Joseph Koeliler i- a 1 r fj Kles Alder men I I ..W D Rols-ru. 1 2nd Ward j J ' McLaill , 2nd Ward , c Hoffme,Htor The regular meeting of the board oi BKlermen is too nrst Alonday nightofeach month. BOARD OF EDUCATION. TD Hines President Term expires April 1904 C W Henderson Vice President Term expires April 1008 O L Hoffmann Secretary Term Expires April 1003 Henry Steck Treasurer Term expires April 1002 M P Klrksey Term expires April 1902 a i Dciirens Term expires April 1904 The regular meeting of the school board is the first Thursday night of encn inonin. COURTS. Circuit Court meets 1st Monday in January aud May and 8rd Monday In August. H C Riley, Judge. County Court meets 1st Monday in reoruary, May, August and Novem ber. Probate Court meets 2nd Monday in February, May, August and No vember. Common Pleas Court of Cape Glrar- uoau meets sen ivionuay in January, May and September. John A Snider. j uuge. LODGES. Excelsior Lodge. No. 441. A F A A M meets on 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. R B Burns, W M. Modern Woodmen Lodge, No. 4933, meets on tha 1st and 3rd Monday night of each month. G S Summers, V. C. Royal Neighbors of America meet in the Odd Fellow Hall on the sec ond and last Monday night of each month. Mrs Chas Kehrens, Oracle. Jackson Lodge No. 138. A I) U W. meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday nights of each month. M P Klrksey, M W. ' Jackson Lodge, Degree of Honor iNo. 3.i, auu v, meets on 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month. Miss Kate Pepper, C of H. Select Knights and Ladies of America, Camp No. 25, meets on the zudund 4th Monday nights of each montn. f;n Anernathy, C K. Home Forum Lodge. No. 378 meets on the last Saturday of each monin. w a Hroous, fres. CHURCHES. Methodist Church Services at 11 a in and 7:30 n in. Hnnrlnv Sclmnl 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting Wednes day evening at 7:30. Junior and Senior Epworth League meetings on ftunuuy at z p m and 7 p m, respect ivoly. RevJ W Worsnon. Pastor. Presbyterian Church Services at 11 a m and 7 :K0 p m. Sunday School at W:30 a m. Prayormeeting Wednes day evoning at 7:80. Rev C W Latham, Pastor. Baptist Church Sorvices at 11 a m and 7:30 p tn. Sunday School at 9:30 a in. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. BYP U meeting unuay av u . m. itev j u willett, rasior. Mark Twain's Cousin, O. C. Clemens, of Topeka, Kan., the no ted constitu tional lawyer, who bears so striking a re semblance to Mark Twain, (Samuel B. Clemens) that he it frequent ly taken for the original Mark, - Clemens, is a man of deep intellect and wide experience. He Is con sidered one of the foremost lawyers in this country. las re cent letter to the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Mr, Clement says: "Penonal eipcrienceeBdobtcr vation havr thoroughly tatiitied me (Hat Ir. Milei' Nervine contains true merit, , and it excellent ier what it is recem- mended." Mr. Norman Vltrlp, Sup. Pres. Bank ers' Fraternal Society, Chicago, eajrsi M?,...Pain Pills are Invaluable for headache and al pain. I had a great sufferer irora headache until 1 learned of the efficacy ci Pr. Miles' fain rills. Now I always carry them and prevent retliiruif at tacks by taking a pill whea ths tyap toms first appear." Sold by all Druaglats. rrlee, 8Se, or Boa, Or. Miles Mesleal Co., Elkhajf, Intl. RAILROAD Jackson Branch, Clolng South. Going North, fieaves. Arrives. BTafro.vs. .... i r Freight. Passngr. Passngr. Freight. Passngr. Passngr. No. 86. No. 31. No. 38. No. 36. No. 82. No. 34. Jackson 7:80ain. 12:01pm. 2:10pin. 11:40am. 2:00pm. 4 KMlpru. Oordonville 8:00" 12:10" 2:28" 11:05" 1:44" 8:44" Dutchtown 8:85" 12:30" 2:40" 10:1S " 1:30" 8:30" Allcnvllle.. 9:15 " W.W " 8:00" 10:10" 1:10" 3:10" Southern Missouri & Arkansas Railroad. (Enstoro Divisions ?' West Bound Trains. STATIONS, 15 7 0 a. m. a. m. p. in. p. in. Cape Girardeau fl.20 11. Mi 2.25 5.00 Delta B.firt 12.27 3.20 fi.JIII Advance 7.28 8.57 ti.08 Brownwood 7. 3D 4.12 8.16 Puxico 8.20 6.53 6.5H Mingo 8.28 6.00 7.03 Poplar WuiT 6.45 7.48 Nos. 1 and 2, Kansas City Mail; daily except Sunday, No. 4, Poplar ItlulT Kxpress; dallj'. No. 6V, St. Louis Kxpress; doily. No. 6, Cairo and Texan Express; daily except fcnndsy. No, 7, J'oplsr BlolT Exprosa; dally except Sunday, No. 8, St. Louis Express; Sunday onry. No. , Accommodation ; Sunday only. TAKE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. St. Louis, Cairo, and all points north and east. Connections made in St. Louis and Cairo with through express trains for Chicajro, Cincinnati. Louisville. Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit Buffalo, Now York, Philadelphia, Iloston, Washitv? 'xm and all principal eastern cities. Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars to all points. Only One change of cars to San Francisco SOLID TRAINS TO Gal7eston, Houston, Dallas, Port Worth. San Antonio, and all Texas points. Only route to Hot Springs Ark. II. C TOWNSEND. General Passenger and Ticket Agent.. St. Louis, Missouri. the WABASH I vwn ran in. tm y tbm ataortaat Una tram Ji Kansas City, St. Louis and To BUFFALO tmb FALLS Stopvar givra at both polaU oaallUcluta. fair Sm fna U. UHt. ri, Mtftfi Utti. K tmia ftsmt Um, w l tk mm buDlfd rhcrt it lacrkl. Wmr BimlpHCT utur, ht, , nil M K a (tin, lal hnv HlIMMimllT.loni, fs S. M. & A. TRAVEL VIA Southern Missouri & Arkansas Railroad New Steel Rails, New Bridges, Safe Quick Time. No Mixed Trains. Close Connections At Hunter with K. C, P., S. & M. R. R. At 'Wniianisville with the main lino Iron Mountain Railroad. At WiUiamsville with AV. G. & St. I,. R. R. At Rrownwood with tho C. O. B. & S, Ily. At Delta with tho Bolmont Branch Iron Mountain Railroad. At Delta with Cotton Iiolt. At Cwpe Cllrardoau with HIIiiuIh Central R. R., Ilouck Missouri & Arkannas R. R. and Stt-amrrs on MiKnlnnlppj River. Double Daily Exclusive Passenger Service Between Cape Girardeau, Bloomfield, Puxico and WiUiamsville. ItlTST T T W lll,-'lurL'i.vr Southern Illinois and ror loiaer ana tiHrticulars apply to AgontH, or E. F. BLOMEYER, Traillc Manufror, CATE CilRARDEAU, MO. Hook on Animals. A book treating of the dihPp of Domestic AnimalK.roailed frco on request. Address Humphrey's Medical Co.. William and John streets. New York, Dont Be Fooledi Taka Um ftauttx, artgtaal ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA MaS iy by Mad) fan MaaV HM C. Matflaaa. WU. H i. war traaa ark cat M each parti aa, Prlc. af ccata. Navar aats la bulk. Afoot M nhul. mim lata. 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