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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
TU6 Democrat Printing Go.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offlc at Cape Girardeau,
Ho., as second-class matter.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1897.
Ex-Gov. W. J. Stone will locate in
St. Louis. and open a law office.
The Democrats have a majority in
both branches of the Legislature in
this State. Xow look out for devil
ment. We saved the head of the ticket in
spite of the Democratic and Populist
fusion. We will pick our flints and
try it again.
George G. Vest stands up at the
pie caunter for six years more Be
fore the expiration of his term of
ofiice Missouri willbeoneof the strong
The party that counts its opponents
out will not last long. The people
will bury it under an avalanche of
ballots whenev.-ver an opportunity
The Populists of this county will
never again bs guilty of fusing with
the Democrats and at the next election
the Republicans will knock the acci
Missouri is the greatest State in the
Union and people seeking homes are
finding no better stopping place than
they lind in that poitiou known as the
great Southeast the garden spot of
America. They are heading this way
at last and new farms a.-e being open
ed up in all sections of this fertile
"Sing a song of swelled head, a
fellow full of gin, comming home at 4
a. m., his wife won't let him in. His
feet are full of tanglefoot, his head is
full of wheels: the keyhole runs around
the knob, and he a funny feeling feels.
He puts his feet upo'.i the porch, his
head upon the ground, and all the
time within the knob the wheels are
going round. II;- thinks that he is
sober and every oi.e is light: he
thinks he".'' i:i the bedroom, instead of
out all night, lie thinks the moon's
a dollar, and will by a dozen drinks: j acres of land, valued at 54.000.000: has ! lf Frank Leimer. deceased,
and various oilier minor thoughts he 9300.000 invested in diarv buildings- i LaCroix Jacob, guardian of his own
..i . , ! . ' M minor children.
thinks anu n-j thim:.-;. iliit v.nen tne ; owns .0,000 cows, valued at -SfOO.OOO, j Miller James H.. gr.:irdia:i of John
morning cometh, and it oometh .- oon j and annually produces for market ! Laylon heirs.
at that, he looks around and murmurs. 12,000.000 pounds of butter, UO0 000 I Miller William II.. administrator
'Great Snakes! where am I at-'-Ex. j pounds of cheese and 10,000,000ga)lons j fZr winiamH. .glrdian of
z. . . - - - of milk, or a total investment of over ' Julius Williams, a mi'iioiC '
"hi-: nan' a resolution of th last i &jW0,0l)0, making a gross annual it- Miller Wiliii tn H.. executorof Rus--Congas,
'the J'bi.a.ielphia mint is to j turn in diary products of l.m. j "wutm IlTSm of
iw rin to -.an felt Ii3f .llUi'lUS Villi I! J 'V
met:ils and c:ubi:i.;ii:is oi
k--n.!.V whether" any ' i,nprflromci.t !
can i ru-tt-' ?r vv ''--vr.t c ippo.-1
.&'nJ nh-keUob.-i' It iaa7 giv;- !
.l,,,,,; ."., -. i.;, f 1
xiiu,U)ii,. cetus mi .1" p. ace ... '
.it.., tl.-v Mini I. .S I IV '
vui i i
entirely ot iiicKci. or ;ienia;is
nickel ami half of copper. Thero i
so slight a suggestion of cop;er in the
pro? ".it. .l-ceii
prise to r. ii l
i ivr .-
of i-oten-r. 2 i.er ci nt of tin,
cel.! of zinc. Th-.' objection is
to ' : that it is ban' to di'.i:m;i:
feeling bet'.v-.-ei: a cent and a
of all theTw newspapers in this !
country the St. LouisGlotie-Democrat
is the greatest. It is a monument to
that greatestof American journalists, i
the late Joseph 1J. McCuliagh. Mr. !
l..r-,.ll ...li .i .-.tali s i .mil neike tht
.,, . ,.i...i :. ; iv.,
daily newspaper in America -over
taxed his physical ninti and when
he had reached the zenith of fame as :
;i .ffmtr milker ins constitution
crumbled and he now (ills a cold and J
silent grave. But he never will be
forgotten. Xo monument of costly
stone will lie required to remind those
who live after him that tb.-re was a
great man and his name wa Joseph
B. McCuliagh. He built that monu
ment for himself and he left that mor.
umeiit to enlighten the world. When ;
...... ..,..,1 tl, , .r,...t n,..vii.i:w-r ih
tilobe-Democrat, you aix- gazing upon
the handiwork of the famous news-
The programme laid down by Ed
Caruthers of the Dunklin Democrat i .
for tne draining of the swamps
surely entitled to some notice.
su 'estions on that subject are the
" . .-i
best we have ever noticed. Editor
, . . , , , . ... , i
Caruthers is nobody's fool if he does .
. , ,. . ,,
live in Dunklin county. He would
7 . . i. ii
make a statesman if he would quit
harping about the yellow dog Demo
crats of Dunkling county and go to
work to make himself known as a
candidate. We admire Brother Ca
ruthers. Ho is a bright fellow, and if
he will allow us to do a little manipu
lating on the outside for him we will
guarantee him that we will knock the
wind out of his man Hawkins the first
nas9 we make at him.
Republicans never contest an elec
tion. They abide by the election returns.
A young- lady in Michigan bet her
lover one thousand kisses that Bryan
would be elected. During the process
of payment the tally sheet was lost
and a recount is now being taken.
Senator Seaber has introduced a
bill in the Legislature at Jefferson
City to do away with the blanket
election bailor. 1: prsvides that bal
lots shall be printed alike and put up
in bundles, on ticket of each party
in each bundle. The voter takes a
bundle to his booth, votes the ballot
as he chooses and hands the rejected
ones back to the judges and clerks.
We hear it whispered around that
State Auditor J. M. Seibert is at work
secretly to prevent the confirmation of
W. V. Leech who has been appointed
by President Cleve!a::d as Postmaster
of this city Mr. Seibert is a great
political wire puller arid he always
takes a hand in the office tilling for
Southeast Missouri, but we are of the
opinion that he is barking up the
wrong tree. In the eyes of G rover
Cleveland Mr. Leech is a bigger man
than Mr. Seibert. Mr. Seibert went
off with the crazy wing of the Demo
cratic party while Mr. Leech stuck to
the principles of the old party.
statistics froin the Annual Crop Ite
port lor 18.
Columbia, Mo., January 11. The
following extract from advance sheets
of the aunuHl Missouri crop report
of lS'.Mi was given out to-day by Col.
J. R. Rippey. secretary of the state
board of agriculture, which meets in
Columbia to-morrow in annual session.
Missouri produced in 18:( 200,000,
000 bushels of corn. l.'l.OOO.OOO bushels
of wheat, 2.000.00.1 bushels of oats,
3,500.000 tons of hay, 14.000.000 pounds
of cotton, 7.000.000 pounds of tobacco,
r00.000 bushels of flaxseed, 8.000,000
bushels of potatoes.
The estimated annual value of the
fruit crop is: Apples, $10,000,000:
strawberries. .-O0.0tHi: grajies, $1,000,
000: raspberries, blackberries, peaches,
plums and other fruit, 1, 000.000, or a
total or $12,rlKJ,t(Kt.
The diary business of this state, ex
clusive of th
in v. siments of farmer!
and their products, and including only i u'lltor (1 Frederic); lieiickemann. de-
the creameries and dairies that have!10;10,1': , , ,- ,
. ii.kc Lichtenegger Jo.-eph. guardian of
made reports to this office, requires Leonold Ettlinirer. a minor.
j for its support the products of 132.000
" ' "i- ng.jiumuai VIMI
, I dition and the productions of Missouri
indicate the unlimited possibilities of !
ne st:lt'-- She has an area of about;
-iW.,(irt0 acres, the largest iron!
mountain in the world. twenty comities
. . .. . . 0
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000 square miles of coal area and an i
uuljiui n iuuk, itrctu :
, , .... .
and the most productive s.tigl- mine :
in America, and a total annual pro- :
Ointion ofCil.OiiO tons of r.Iir lead.
She also leads in .ir.c proiiuction,
wilh an annual output of 131.000 tons. '
She h:is ext.-t'nive ijuarries of red and :
gmv .rani!": r- d. gray, en am-colorcd ;
, " ... . i, . . , .
and mo.tieu maibk: o:n.. :.ni. r.:..;ie
sandstone, she h;.s t.'.e largest stock- .
. feeding farm, producing its own grain, i
Ithn laiMrl.stniirs.'i-v.il..'lMi'.r..stoi-eli:n-d. !
the largest jack-breeding and -
porting establislimei.t in the world.
Amv"Z bix-edersof livestock her im-1
iro-cd ho" cattle sheen lu;-es and
-, auu. M.c-ep. no . ... .u i
,nules W1I!'-IS 1,1 wmp.;mi..r. with
line oesi animals in me worm, aim are
"m lu l,,c """i
widely drawn upon by th
harems of other states and countries.
Our live stock is enumerated and i
assessed as follows: Horses. !18.000
- -i ......v. .,, , ' ,
head, value 7,0i-0.000: co-.vs. 723.000 I
. i head, value 17.000.000: oiner cattle. ;
!l.08i.(H. beau. value 1.475.(:
! . . :
Iswme. .i.lli'.i.lH'O heau, value l.'..:(i.J.-;
i OiKJ -or a total assessed valuation of 1
jti'.!, 700,000, which is probably about
naif the r :il value.
Xotiug the pi-ubablr
lni-rease or re-
n commouuies. as i-epoi ten by
i . l . L .1-,.
t urret. uuimi-iii!. aim oilier reuaoie
sources. we have shipj:ei! fi-om the
state in l-'.:t;. api'roxiinately. 700,000
head of cattle. 2.U( 0.IK tl head if hogs.
70.t.tHI head of horses. 300,1'Oti bead if
sheep. .'IjOOO.iH ! pounds of wool, 1o,-
000,000 pounds of poultry. 2.1,000.000 j
.... 1 .......... lUUk 1UWI ....... nnJ'll 1 hi.ll
. j dozen i-gjs, 2.10. M !0.l"0 feet of luml)ei, :
li. - .. ... . .
z..iUi.uju railroad ties. -MKii.tiOO leet ol :
1 " ', ' " . 1 I
H10.000 puimds of can lieu goods and :
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7.000.000 noun.is of hides. ,
Missouri need make no otner cla.m .
to grandeur than a fail-presentation of
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!.., iit,i. v.i l,rl li, r ;l ii. uhkmunl
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of her conditions, an estimate of her (
productions and the versatility of her j
soil, the extent and variety of her j
, . -i j , " , , I
minerals, her railroads and na vijjable ,
stivams, her churches and school ;
houses and school funds and herj
genial climate speak for her with un- i
questionable declaration that she is
"imperial mistress of states, an em-I
pire within herself." 1
List of Executors, Administrators,
Guardians and Curators who are re
quired by law to exhibit their accounts
on the day and date below named, at
the February Term 1897, of said court,
to be begun and held at the court
house in the city of Jackson. Cape
Girardeaucounty. Missouri, commenc
ing on Monday, February 8th, 1897.
Monday, 1st Day February 8. 1897.
Adams John M.. guardian of Robert
L. Stevenson, insane.
Allen Thomas A., administrator of
William J. Slinkard. deceased.
Allen Thomas A., guardian of Wil
liam M. Slinkard.
AhrensFrederike, guardian of Henry
C. Ahrens" heirs.
Amelunke Henry M., guardian of
Otto H. Amelunke. a minor.
Bruhl Joseph C. administrator of
Jacob Iirudl, deceased.
Bennett James E., Jr., administrator
of John Hitt, deceased.
Druns William, executorof Caroline
Baker John F., administrator of
Tilemicus T. Jones, deceased.
Creath Franklin, guardian of Ceorge
W. Cruder heirs.
Tuesday, 2nd Day February
Cotner Alfred, guardiai:of Elam W.
Cotner, a minor.
Clippiird Frank R., administrator
of Mary C. Hartle. deceased.
Daume C. F. W. guardian of his own
cDalton Lawson L., administrator of
Jonathan Dalton. deceased.
nKnglishOliverC. executorof Thomas
W. English, deceased.
Hart Belle, administratrix of Wil
liam K. Hart, deceased.
Hatcher Julia A., guardian of Wil
liam N. Hatcher heirs.
Hinkle Jacob L.. administrator of
Hart & Hinkle.
Hitt William L.. guardian of Annie
E. Hitt, a minor.
Horrell John A., guardian of H. W.
Horroil John A., guardian of Emily
C. Campbell, a minor.
Hinkle PeterM.. guardian of Goorge
and Annie Jenkin.-,.
Hinton Henry C, admistrator of
Benjamin P. Moore, deceased.
Hope Oliver 11.. guardian of Pnurl
and Emma D. Hope, minors.
Day Febku a k y
Hahs Henrv V., admir.ist
Dr. C. H. Roberts, deceased.
Keller Frederick, guardian of Rein
hold Ruehel, a minor.
Klapruth William F., guardian of
Edna C. Summers, a minor.
Klaus Louis, guardian of his own
Linibaugh Jelfurso:: V,".. Cora I.lueek
emann. Lehner Petur, administrator of Leo
pold Liehtenegg.'r. deceased.
Luubauyh. Jofferson W., adminis-
' Lichtenegger .lost iih. administrator
Albert T. Summers, a minor.
Thursday. 4th Day-Fkhki-ahy II.
Meyer Frederick IS., guardian of
'? Alaevs,'s. ""' ..
McLane Mai-t:i;. gei-.rt.ian nft.il-
li;.m 1. Unit liens.
Miller Mollie '..
ftiardian of Jesse
guardian of his
Mol; ,)ohn .:UBI.dj!in ,,f Lulu C.
McFadd.-n William, guardian of
fTT-Mi.l .:i.in i:i.or. P.. .riiHI'di:i:i of Wil-
.,'am V- Thompson, a minor.
Mogler Frank, gunraian Anna and
Isn"fl Ail'.lisl. .idmiiii-T'-:;'o:- .if
... "z , -,
I hristeiilii'i- 1j!oss, ii it ascil.
jlot.d Milton Ii.. aduiinistratmr of
Isaac X. Query, deceased.
Ruehling Frand. administrator of
iKSS of Lulu
ciriffith. a minor.
lluff -je,W "'Iministrator of
Robel t Baldridge, (Ui-eased.
WiUiam li.. guardian of
; )m ( . ( .utnw h;,ps
;imi-t D.-iviil H iroii-uian of An-
nie Engelhardt. a minor.
i Friday. .1th
Day Fkuriwky 12,
vluriili.t. I , l-i i i I.-. !l.liritn
Herman nanuer. uit-ea-eu.
SawverRolM-ri M.. guardian of Wil-
oam u. oi-i i. -o.-..
'"'r !1 '' , , ' '
V. il'.iam B. oiyer. Oreased.
Scabaugh Francis M.. guardian of
Herman lanye. a minor.
Sander William 1.., guardian or
; Henry and August (Jross. minor,
i Sander William ti.. gua'-"iia;-. of
'. Bertha Sebastian, a minor.
! ateyenson A. k.. guardian
i.nl TT,i:.!:.n f Ki.-i! r.iMi.irs.
Schlueter Andn-.v H.. guardian of1
C. 1'. Fuicn wider heirs.
Slewing Henry F.. executor oi An-toii'-'tte
Stevenson A. K.. executor of Am:ti.'a
.1. Shoults. di-ceased.
Snmnii'iu t-'mmett A., e-ua rdian of
miri01. heirs of M. M. and L. V. Wil-
Torrence L. In., guardian of t iiare s i
v ii. :
Thompson Joseph M-. auminisli ator
()f iane V Thomnson. t'ei-easeii.
oi .i A.nes -i. i in..iiiso.i.
Thompson aid Bonney. adininis-
. ' , n rhoruuOI. tiecersed
-I'i'ois oi u t . liiompson. uu
Thomiisou D. C., administrator of
T ' "rK. (. o
J. ( . Thompson & son.
satukday, i.th Day February 13.
Uiricii Charles, administrator of
Henry Detien. deceased,
AJU!rnst cart)ia of August
and Henry Hoffmeister, minors,
Wessell Henry, guardian of August
Wills Columbus A., guardian of
William A. Miller heirs.
Wiley Elizabeth C, guardian of
flfy Groods, CloVmi
Must be sold at once, and in order to make
the Goods MOVE QUICK the assignee has
determined to make
PRICES WAY BELOW COST.
Come in, examine goods, get prices and you
will be sure to buy.
214 Main St. Assignee of Wm. Burgess.
Martha E. Shorter, a minor.
Webb Rebecca A., guardian of Wm
Williams Harrison R., guardian of
Irene B. Williams, a minor.
Waddle Jacob, administrator of
Reuben R. Kynion, deceased.
Attest: Joseph Xoehlek,
Judge of Probate.
Administratrix Notice of Sale of
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order of the Cape Girardeau
Court of Common Pleas, in and for the
county of Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri, made at the May term
lsoii. thereof, in the matter of the es
tate of Henry Meyer, deceased, I
Caroline Rupiiert, administrator with
the will annexed of tla; estate of Henry
Meyer, deceased, will, in pursuant of
said order, on
Tuesday, the Twenty-sixth Day of
January, A. D., 1S!I7,
at the court house door in the city of
Cape Girardeau, county of Cape Gir
ardeau, and during the session of the
said Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas of said county of Cape Gir
ardeau, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, all the right, title, .
claim and in (erst which said deceased,
at the time of his death, had of, in
and to the following described real
estate, situate and lying in the city
and county of Cape Girardeau and
State of Missouri, to-wit:
Starting at the northeast corner of
subdivision six (), of out lot Xo. ten
I bi;, as I id do-.vu on plat of out lots
ii! the ciiy of C.ip-jGiravdeau and run
ni::e. south uvo hundred and twent.y
i -1 i i : I U2.S ; fe.-t lo a bvi.: '.i::' coiii.-r,
tiie:M f west one hundred and forty-tivt
( 1 1.1) feet, nioii- or less, to an alley,
thence soulh onw hundred and fifty.
1 1.1") feet, thence eastone hundred and I
fi-rly-iive (14.1) feel, mora or less, to
the eastern boundary line of said ontj
lot Xo. ten ( 10 1. thence north with said j
eastern boundary line one hundred and j
lifty ( 1-10) feet to the place ofliegin-J
i.ing. acquired by said Henry Meyer, .
as per said two separate deeds, one j
f.-oi:i .!. Gardiner and wife, dated, the'
llt'i diiy of .Vovemlier, IS(4. recorded '
in book H of deeds, pairestive hundred ;
anil tliirty-tlm o and live hundred and'
thirty-four i.VK & .134). and one from !
Christian Schrader and wife, dated;
the Hth day of April, 1S(7. recorded in
book Z. pages three hundred and!
ninety-seven and three hundred and j
ninety-eight (:!!7 & MIX). .
TKKMS DP sale: i
One-half cash in hand and one-half j
on a civil it of six months, the pur-,
chaser giving a note with approved:
security for defered payment of the j
same. ' Cakolixe Ruppekt, ;
. .i ; : ...... .. :.u Un ...111 .. nn..v..rl
iUIJll.liSLrairiA vtim win i&iiiiu.mju j
of the estate of Henry Meyer, deceas-,
ed. II D. EXGELMANX.
d2iin:!t; Attorney for Administratrix. ;
E XEI L'TKIX NOTICE. Notler is hereby !
given that letters of iilniiui'tration, with j
the will annexed, upon the rotate of Francia X. :
-Marchililon, diseased, have been gTauted to ;
the nmlen-ii-'iied br the Cape Girardeau Conrt .
or Common Pleas.'or Cai e iiirardean County, ,
.Missourt. bearindate the eth day of (jetober.
All iro.is havinjr clniin asainst said etate .
lire required to exhibit tnem to her for allow- :
nce. within one vear from the date of aid
letter, or ther niav be vreclmled from any
beneltt of i-si.i estate: and irsaid claim be not ,
exhibited within two years rrora the date ol the
pnbliratimi ofthif notice, they will he forerer ;
"VaUAH ELIZABETH MAKCHII.DOX, Ex-
ecntrix. with the will annexed
AlMlXIsntATOR'9 XOTICE. Xotlne is
iM-rehv iriven that letters of a-tministratioii
npon the e'ntale of lie-irv Armeanlt . deceased,
nave been framed t.i the n:-di.tnri:cl by the
l ape Uirnrdeau l oi n orCoini'inn I'leas or Cape
Uiranl-ki oii'.ty. .ii.,.our;, Iwtri..!: .iat- the
ilth di-.i V'i i:.li.T. ..-in;. ....
All perM''- bav-i r . I dDiF a-Miiixt i, -eT e.ate
are r.iiuire.1 -. rxliiliii theimo h:: i-e allow
ai.i e. within one year from the date of said
letter, or they mtv lie precluded from any
beneltt of such estate: and 11 said claims be not
exhibited within two years lrom tbe date of the
nuhl'caticii ol this notice, tney will be forever
barred CHAS. ARMGARDT,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE -Notice ia
hereby piven that letters of administration ,
upon the estate or Henry Nieschwitz, deceased, ;
hare been granted to the under -lned by the
Cane Gimnleau Conrt of Common Pleas, of
Cape Girardean Oountv, Missouri, bearing date :
the isth day or October, lssm.
All persons havinz claims against said estate
are riuired to exibli them to him for allow
once with n one vear from the date of said
letters, or they may be preeludeb from auy
be-ielit of such estate: and if said claims be not
exhibited within two years from the date of the
publication of this uotice. they will be foreyer
barred HtXRi A. ItHtB, 1
iotSSdK Administrator ,
Large Stock Consisting
Order of Publication.
In the CapeGirardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas within and for the County
of Cape Girardeau and State of Mis
souri. IX VACATION, DECEMBER 10, IS'.Hi.
Ollie Moore, wife of John Moore,
plaintiff, against C. W. McCrea
and William J. Ah, defendants.
At this day conies the plaintiff here
in by her Attorney befoi-o the under
signed Clerk of the Cape Girardeau
Court of Common Pieaa, within and
for the County of Caiw Girardeau.
Missouri, in vacation, and files an af
fidavit, (having previously filed her
petition) alleging among other things
that defendant, William.1. Alt. is a
non-resident of the State of Missouri.
Whereupon it is ordered by the Clerk
of said Court that said defendant,
be notified by publication that
plaintiff has commenced a suit against
him and hiscodefendant in thisCourt.
the object and nature of which is to
recover the possession of certain per
sonal property described in plaintiif's
petition and " for damages for the
wrongful withholding of the same from
plaintiff, and that unless the said
William J. Alt be and appear at this
Court at the next term thereof, to be
begun and holden at the court bouse
ia the City of Cape Girardeau, in said
county, on the twenty-fifth day of Jan
uary next, and on or befure the third
tiny of said term, if the term shall so
long continue, and if not, then before
the end of the term, answer or plead
to the jiet.itiiHi in said cause, the same
will be taken as confessed and jud:
meiit rendered accordingly.
And ii is nirthered ordered that ;i
eopv hereof toe published according to
law in the Cape Girardeau DEMOCRAT,
a newspaper published in saidcounty.
for four weekssuccessi-ely, thelastir.
sertiontobeal least fifteen days before
the commencement of the next term of
this court. A true copy of the record.
Attest: E. H. ENGELMANN.
Order of Publication.
In the CapeGirardeau Court of Coaa
mon Pleas within and for the County
of Cape Girardeau and State of Mis
souri. IN VACATION. AUGUST 28, 18!Ki.
St. Louis, Kennett & Southern Kail
way Company, plaintiff, against
E. S. McCarty & Co., composed of
Eugene S. McCarty and Andrew J.
At this day comes the plaintiff here
in by Attorney before the undersigned
Clerk of the Cape Girardean Court of
Common Pleas, within and for the
County of Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri, in vacation, and files a
petition and affidavit, alleging among
other things that defendant. Andrew
J. Kerfoot. is a non-resident of the
State of Missouri. Whereupon it is
ordered by the Clerk of said Court,
that, said defendant. Andrew J. Ker
foot. b notified by publication th::t
plaintiff has commenced a suit ai'ia::t
him and his codefeiidantin this Court,
the object and nature or which is upon
an account amounting now to about
seven hundred and fifty dollars and
twenty-eight cents, upon which a writ
of attachment has been issued and cer
tain persona! property described in the
Sheriff's return, seized and levied up
on by virtue thereof, and that unless
the said Andrew J. Kerfoot beand ap
pear at this Court at the next term
thereof, to be begun and holden at the
court house in the City of Cape Girar
deau, in said county, on the twenty
fifth day of January next, and on or
before the third day of said term, if
the term shall so long continue, and
if not. then on or before the last day
of said term, answer or plead to the
petition in said cause, the same will
he taken as confessed and judgment
And it is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published according to law
in the Cape Girardeau DEMOCRAT, a
newspaper published in said county,
for four week successively, tbe last
insertion to be at least fifteen days be
fore the commencement of the next
term of this court. A true copy of
Attest: E. H. Engelmann,
j Administrators Notice of Sale of
' Notice is hereby given that by virtue
; of an order of the Cape Girardeau
i Court of Common Pleas, in and for the
county of Cape Girardeau and State
i of Missouri, made at the May term
I IS'Mi. i.hereof,inthe matter of the state
' of Gustav Schtieeker. deceased, I
August Uierwirth, administrator, with
the will annexed, of the estate of Gus-
tav-Schliecker, deceased, will in pur
' suance of said order on
. Tuesday, the Twenty-sixth Day of
January, A. I)., lf!7,
: at the court house door in the City of
i Cape Girardeau, county of Cape Gir
; arueau, and during the session ot the
said Caps Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas of said county of Capo .iir-
ardeau, sell at public auction to the
ihighest bidder, sill the right, title,
j claim and interest which said deceas
Jed, at the time of his death, had ot in
ana to the following described real
estate, situate and lying in the City
and County of Case Girardeau and
State of Missouri, io-wit:
A part of lot Xo. thirty-eight "if).
ia range C. in the Cky of Capo Girar
deau, commencing on the southeast
corner of said lotJux thirty-eiirht (38).
range C, thence went with Independ
ence street forty (4IH feet, thence noi-lh
one hundred (100) feet, thence east
forty (40) feet to an alley, thence sosth
with said alley one hundred ( 100) ieet
to the place ef beginning.
Also the undivided two thirds 12-3)
of, in and to lot X. twenty-six (2l),
range D, oftheCtiy of CapeGirardeau,
being one hundred and twenty-three
and one half (12."li) i;et front on Ellis
street by one hundred and eighty ( V0j
fee! in depth on This street.
Also, the undivided tuo-ihirds (2 ')
of lot number twenty-live (2.)in range
I) in th city of CapV Girardeau, be
ing oDe hundred and twelve (112) f-t
front on Ellis street, by one liuii-Arx-d
andeighty (180) feet vn depth.
Also, the undivided two-thirds
of the east part of IsA number twenty
four (24) in range I in the cit;j of
Cape Girardean, boanicd as foilvus:
Commencing at the northeast cvoer
f said lot and running west 'hng
Harmony street (sow I3roi'.av
streU) eighty (80) See!, thence swn!
one hundred and twelve (112) "et.
thence east eighty ( 80 feet, thence
south one hundred and twelve 112;
feet to the place of beginning.
Terms of sale: One half ca-ih in
hand and one-half on a credit i' six
months. The purchaser giving a i-.nte
with approved security for the drfered
payment of the same.
Administrator with the vill annexed
of the estate of Gustav Schlieclser, ds
ceased. E. D. Engelmaxx.
dec2(in3(l Att'y for Administrato
ADMINISTRATOaVS NOTICE "Sotiee is
hereby Riven that letters or administration
upon the estate or George W . Haver, deceased
hare been cranted to the nndersig-ned by the
Cape Girardean Curt or Common Plea., or
aie Girardean County, Missouri, bearing date
the Kth day or June, lsiw.
All persons hsvtnjt claims against said estate
an- required to exhibit them to him for allow
ance, within one vear lrom the date or said
l.-tters, or they may he precluded from anv
I) M.elit ol such esiate; ami ir raid claims be i.o't
exhibited within two venrn from the date o'the
publication of this notice, they will b loreer
"aired. DAV1I A. GLENX.
EXfcXTTOIt AM TKL'STEh'S NOTICE
Notice ia hereby (riven that letters or ad
ministration upon tbe estate of Maria Koehl.
deceased, haw been granted to the undersigned
bv the Cape Girardean Court or Common I'leas.
of Cape Girardeau Countv, Missouri, bearing
date theiitb day or October, Mas.
All persons hevinar claims rgainst said estate
are required to exhibit them lo him ror allow
ance, within one year from the date ol said
letters, or they may be precluded from nv
beneiit of such e-tate; and If said claims be not
exhibited within two years from the date of the
publication or this notice, they will be forever
barred TIJOMAS POWERS.
r.ovJSn.-K Executorand Trustee
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If you have a terrible pain in the
small of the back, get a bottle of
Snow Linement. It will jiositively
cure it and at once. Try it and rec
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Wilson's drujj store.
Ilallnrd's Snow Liniment wlllCnrn
Neuralgia. It will also cure Lame
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