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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 April 1895

FARM AND GARDEN. EXPERIMENTAL FARMS.' - . - Something About Ihow Conducted by the Caaadima GoTenwnt For several years past the provinces and the federal government of Canada haTe been taking an active interest in the improvement of agricultural meth ods throughout the provinces, and at present the equipments of their so called "experimental farms" are very complete and efficient. -.The central ex perimental farm, situated near Ottawa, comprises some 500 acres of land and a complete outfit of buildiugs and the necessary machinery. The buildings are especially fitted np for cattle, horses, pigs and poultry, and all cf these are 'well stocked. There is a dairy equipped with the modern ap pliances for carrying on experimental work. The farm includes a seed-testing and propagation house and a con servatory. Besides this central station there are eleven experimental farms situated in other parts of Canada, and these carry on experiments in agricul ture, horticulture and arboriculture with...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 April 1895

Order of Bale Under School Fund . Mortgage. To the Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County. Missouri Greeting: Whzrbas, On the eighth day of August 1888, Augustus W. Thompson and Cynthia Thompson borrowed of the County of Cape Girardeau in the State of Missouri, the sum of one thousand dollars, belonging to the Capital School Funds of said county, fer which said sum of -borrowed money, the said Augustus W. Thomp son and Cynthia Thompson as princi pals, with Jasper N. Brooks, Alfred Minton and Robert L. Taylor as securities, executed a bond to the said county, bearing date the eighth day of August 1888, in which said bond the said principals and securities agree and bind themselves to pay to the said county, for the use and benefit of the county School Fund hereinbefore men tioned, on or before the eighth day of August 1889, the said sum of borrowed money, with interest thereon from the date of said bond, until paid, at the rate of eight per cent, per annum; said interest to be paid annuall...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

V f - DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., PublisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1895. Vol. XX No. 1 HOUGK OH TOP. The Big Corporation Again in the Soup. The Attempt to steal the Ilouck Itallroad Headed oir by Four Against Three of the su preme Judges, j The Supreme Court to-day overrul-! ed the motion made by the-Missouri ; Pacific for writ of seizure of the ("a pa j bayou, where Mr. Riley and the boys Girardeau road. As it will be remem- then separated, the boys intending to bered the Supreme Court derided hist go back home. They started towards June that the Court of Common Pleas home and Mr. Riliey left them and had no jurisdiction to entertain suit I went in another direction thinking, as brought by the company to have its ! his little companions had assuivd him, property placed in the hands of a lie- i that they knew the way and could yet e?iver. and made an order on Louis s back home safely. This was about 4 Houck to deliver the property to a j o'clock. Mr. Riley returned ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

I - 2 r if I 'Hi: 5 If It r EUROPE AND JAPAN. German Folitic'mna Surprised and Dla. pleased kmiwror William Toadying; to the Czar Nicholas Thtuks liiinixrlf an xpert in Oriental . Affairs Japan's friends in Berlin. Berlin, April . 29. Germany's de cision to join Russia and France in the protest against the Shimonoseki treaty surprised and displeased the majority of German politicians. It was such a sudden departure from the empire's policy of noninterference that at the first report of it by the semi-official dailies, the general impression was that Germany had plunpred inconsider ately into a dangerous policy. Many persons expressed doubt that the cautious and experienced Ilohenlohe had directed the move. In llerlin itself public opinion carries little weight in foreign affairs, as most of tiie people are radicals and socialists who do not care much for international politics. In the provincial capitals, however, the newspapers have agreed with the Berlin dailies in their attitude ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

PERSONAL AND LITERARY. The modera ten and fifteen-cent aBcnthlies are said to be creation their own fields and not to be interfering- as yet, in spite of their enormous sales, with tie prosperity of the older and more costly ones. Bawllnson, tie'famons Babylonian antbority on Cuneiform inscriptions, was not a graduate of any college or university. His scholastic education was derived from a small institution at EliB?, a small town in England. Mrs. M. A. Jackson, the widow of Stonewall Jackson, who now lives at Charlotte, X. C, has recently under taken the editorship of a prominent monthly magazine published at Rich mond. Ya, and will make the interest of the cotton states and international exhibition a tpecial feature of the pub lication. Tennyson would not talk about his poetry, but once intimated that he re garded the -Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington' as containing more inspiration than some of the oth ers. He once said that he did not ex pect much of the -Charge of the...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

- i t , . -?r t-- i J : i r s. j t 1 , rThe Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114- THEMIS STREET. Entered at the post onie at Cape Girard. au, Mo., as second-class matter. SATL'KDAY. MAY -!. The New L'itrht is the name of a new j paper at Doniphan. Uipky county. ! As the Jtepiibiicans o:r.e into power i the prkv of wheat roes ip. The St. Louis !Yst-Di-pate!i is j bombarding Governor Stone and his . extra session of th- Legislature, i Next year will be the before l'!. It will be ie;n vear a dangerous vear for uiiinari men. i'.-obably this fact is the c:;um; of 1h- a:t-nipt to pass iaws taxing bachelors, in several states. The expert doctors are j:oini;iiirou;! i murderer Duestrow's head and the ; shrewd lawyers are .roi:i:r through his pockets. Duestrow's millions will ail ! lo jruiw from him and id.-, heirs for- ever by tin: time, the dnctors and : lawyers are done witii him. I (unernor McKinley's Presidential candidacy hits lvi-eivud the indorse...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. MONDAY. Died. In this city April 2?. 1S!C3. Henry Meyer. aged 77 years. 4 months and U days. The deceased was an old and highly respected citizen of this city. The t ape Brewery building is to be enlarged. The roof Trill be taken off and another story added to the build- W. H. Medley has rented F. E. Bur rough's Louse on Spanish street and he will wee:;. Herbert Ranney lias a new mail agent stopping at his house. The ;it fallow arrived .Sunday morning. Jerry Hltt got no ciw to the thief who robbed him of three hundred dollar-. Th tnoney is pone from Mr. Sisty cents per bushel for wheat ought to make timessome better. Six ty cents beats forty cents. Daues & Sehrader ard the con tractors who are doing xhe brick work on the Cape Brewery buiidicg. Thev 15111 complete the brick work this week TKCE5DAY. Kage & Kirnmel have moved their j livery stable to the old stand on ! INCOME TAX. Coroner" Inrjnes i Coroner A. D. ISlxaev. Broadway, formerly occupied by J...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

1 , ? ( I ?! : it s : I I! THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOUEJ. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC The "Virginia Fat Midget," a mu seum character, died at Peru, Ind. Iler name was Mrs. William Taylor and she was 3 feet tall and weighed over 400 pounds. Fbask IIowabd Poor, serving a sen tence for forgery at Concord. Mass., has fallen heir to about 810,000,000 through the death of Frank Howard, a Nevada mine-owner. The American Industrial union. new labor organization, was born in Chicago. The decision of the supreme court in the income tax case necessitates change in the estimates of the govern ment for the fiscal year ending June 30, and from the best data obtainable it was believed that the deficit for the year would amount to 540,000,000. William Owes (colored) was hanged at Vorner, Ark., for braining his wife with a hoe. Citizens of St. James, Mo., presented Eixtr acres of land and a large build' ing to the women's reli...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

T THE DEMOCRAT. B. XL ADAMS, Publlsosr. CAPE GIEAEDEAU. MISSOCEL MODERN PAINTERS. I raze with rapture and with awe On the eternal hills. -And lo, open the rocks I read: 'Take Harkcr's liver pill:" I turr to where the setting sua Sin s cra-.eiy la the west. Eis dying beams fall full upon "Jenk's Gladax are the best: " Itark yonder frowcin? precipice. Adown its ditzy steeps A mountaia stream In foam and spray A dazzling vision leaps. Aiaek: the advertising fiend His climbed the giddy height. And painted on the topmost era?: "Oo, buy your boots of Wright:" Nestles In yonder lovely Tale, Amid its orchards green. A farmhouse white, with bursting barns. In truth a peaceful scene. A poet here might hope to dwell Safe from the rude world's strife; The biggest barn Is covered with: "Mortal, insure your life!" Yon meet him in the frigid zone. On Iniia's coral strand. And where the Sphinx, with eyes of stone. Looks out o'er Egypt's sand. Alike in desert solitude And in the city's rush. Where'e...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 May 1895

J " 1 A- t 1 't fS ! 1J i i if i: Order of Sale Under School Fund Mortgage. To the Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County. Missouri Greeting: Wheueas, On tha eighth day of August Augustus W. Thompson and Cynthia Thompsvin borrowed of the County of Cane Girardeau in the State of Missouri, the sum of one thousand dollars, balpnginjr Xo the Capital School Funds of said comity, for which said sum of borrowed money, the said Augustus W. Thomp son and Cynihia Thoirtmcii as princi- pals, with Jasper X irirooKs, 1.. Ta Alfred j V Alinton and Uobort lor a.? securities, executed a bond to the said county. b;-arinr date tlio eighth day of August l'-i. in which said bond the said principals and securities atrive and bind themselves to pay to tha said county, for the use and benefit of the county School I'tind iiereiniK-iore men tioned, on or Itefore the eighth day of August 1SS'.). the said uin of borrowed money, with int;;rcst thcreoi: from the date of said bond, until paid, at the rate of ei'ut per...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

:J. DEM06RAT PRINTING GO., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1895. Vol. XX No. 2 STATE CONVENTION. The Democrats in Cau cus Adopt Some Strong Resolu tions. Only Two Votes Against a Pro posed Call for a state Con vention Recorded at the Meeting. Jefferson City. Mo., May 3. The caucus of Democratic Senators, Rep resentatives, State officers and em ployes, held in the Senate Chamber last night to take action on the matter of requesting the State Central Com mittee to call a State Convention for the purpose of taking action on the silver question, was largely attended There were sixty-six Democrats pres ent, and the sentiment was practically unanimous in favor of a State Con vention, only two of the sixty-two voting against it The caucus was called to order by Representative Ju lian, of Kansas City, and Representa tive Schooler of Charlton was made Secretary. Mr. . Sullinger of Gentry introduced the following resolution: Whereas, The vital question before the peopl...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

i .. . ' in li T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. n. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIP.ABDEATJ. MISSOUKL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC. A TE5EMEST house was burned in Pittsburgh, Pa., and Samuel Weaver, Frederick Snyder and William Mitchell perished in the flames. A cyclone swept through Omaha and Ticlnity and seven persons were in' jured and a large amount of damage; was done to property. Emu. Fcrbek, a farmer, and Jacob Katt were burned to death in a barn near Mil ford. Conn. The fire was oi incendiary origin. The Cleveland (O.) police authorities, ordered all poolroooms, policy shops. gambling houses and every place where games of chance are run to close. Nickel - in - the - slot machines were not exempted. As A result of a trivial quarrel, W. W. Ellsworth, a noted swine breeder at Woodstock, I1L, killed his hired man, George Fillwebber, and then blew his own head oS. The sixth negro was lynched in But ler county, Ala., for the murder of young Watts Murphy. The Lloy...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

XHE ; DEMOCRAT B. n. ADAM, PublUoar. CAPE GIRARDEAU.' - - MISSOURI. A PRINCE OF THE BLOOD. I lire on a rocky hillside farm, where the moun tain ridge the west. And I win icy living, by daily toil, from the earth's reluctant breast: Sigh over my head is the wide deep sky, so wondrons and blue and free. And at my feet my wheat fields ware like the wind-swept billowy sea. Down In the valley whore leaps the brook im s fancied foam of white. Tn sheltered nook which the rising sun fills with its radiant light. The old house stands and the apple trees shed o'er it clouds of bloom, -And cinnamon roses and lilacs flood the air with sweet perfume -lly cattle feed on the pasture lands, the pet horse comes at my call, -And whinnies and tosses his graceful head. and over the low stone wall "The house dog vaults with wagging tall, and barks with wildest joy. And close behind him I see the earls of Harry, my baby boy. Outside the door my dear wife stands, while I open the garden gate And she links...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

The Weekly Deiocrat. Published Every Saturday by Be Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Ho., as second-class matter. SATURDAY. MAY 11. 1895. Carrllton Mo., has solved the tramp problem by giving these gentry ten days on the rock pile. It will be well for Ohio Democrats to consult Mr. Brice and find out his pleasure in regard to holding a state convention. Mr. Brice should be priv ileged to do as he pleases with his property. The extra session of the Legislature is no nearer an agreement on the fel low servant bill than when they first convened, and it seems altogether probable that adjournment will come before a fellow servant bill is passed, Governor Stone has intimated that he will ask the Legislature to impeach Judge Wear of the Poplar Bluff Cir cuit. Judge Wear has been behaving very ugly and we believe the Legis lature will have no trouble in securing sufficient evidence to warrant his im peachment. There is no longer a doubt th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. MONDAY. The rich man holds on to all he's got, but he is not chicken hearted when it comes to asking other people to give of their means. A Sister of Charity died at the hos pital yesterday. Our grocery men say we will have an abundance of strawberries this season. The many friends of Prof. Norton will be pleased to know that he will deliver the annual address to the graduating class this year at the Normal. We predict that one of the largest audiences ever seen in the Normal chapel will turn out to greet him. Mrs Norton will probably come with the Professor. Prof. Ivy, President of Alumni Association of the Normal, is working energetically to make the Alumni en tertainment and banquet this year ex ceed all former efforts. Mr. Frank Burrough, whose ability as an orator is well known, will deliver the address. A large attendance of the Alumni is expcetcd. The docket for the present term of the Circuit Court is small and court will not last more than this week....

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

3 ! 1' T 1 i . ! ! if HUNDREDS KILLED Br Frlirhtful Cyclone In Sioax County, lawn-Many Schoolhouse omuol lulled -anil Their Inmates Killed or Injured Towns and laruiuousrs Destroyed A Trull of Hoio and Devastation Itcscae Iletardetl. ' Sioux City, la.. May 4. Two liun ired persons were killed by a cyclone that swept through Sioax county from northeast to southeast an hour before sunset to-day. The territory devas tated is as rich and populous as any in Iowa, but as the storm main ty kept clear of the railroad tracks and telegraph lines it will bj many hours before the extent of the ruin is known or a list of the victims can be compiled. The first reports were received by lhe Sioux City & Northern railway :froin their apron t at Sioux Center. The dispatch read: "Cyclone passed three miles north last of here. School house near town blown down; teacher killed and sev eral children killed and injured; exact an in Ikt and names have not yet been learned. The whole country in the trac...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Chocolate Snaps: One pound of sift ed sufar, one pound of chocolate grated, mix together; beat the white of one efrg and stir into the sug-ar and chocolate, continue to beat until it is a ktiff paste. Snpar a white paper, Jrop the paste on it with a small spoon and ! in a slow oren. Western KuraL Xeiv Orleans Indian Bread: leat two e;rrs very light and add them alter nately with a pint of fine white meal to a pint of sour milk or buttermilk; beat a level teaspoonful of baking soda into a little of the sour milk until it foams: stir this in the batter, beat well and bake in a quick oven. Countrv Gentleman. lSaptist Dip: Roll some light dongh v"-v thin, cut with a small bUcuil cut t r r in squares with a knife. Fry in In,, lard to a light brown, remove with wire spoon and place in a colander that no fat may remain on them. Prepare cream or milk gravy as for common toast and immerse the cakes. Orange Judd Farmer. Date Teacake: One-half Jcapful of butter, one cupfu...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 May 1895

(tlONSTEft REDWOOD TREES. Belt, On of the moat remarkable timber Ibelta in the world atand in Humboldt Hd Mendocino counties, California. It embrace 4(115 square miles, contain (teg 182,000,000,008 feet of timber. With the aid of the microscope scientists hare ' jfound the age of some of these trees to Ik nearly 8,000 years. Some of the fallen trees hare remained where they 01 for 800 to 1,000 years, so it is esti sated, with scarcely any deterioration f the wood. Eastern tourists in California know hut little of these redwoods (Sequoia tm perrirens). They usually see the few mammoth redwoods of Calaveras (Sequoia gigantea) and go home and tell their friends about this disappearing tAbe of giants. The lumber redwoods of Humboldt are less talked about, yet one of its trees will yield 100,000 feet of boards, and fill a freight train with logs. ' Felling these trees, which are 150 to S50 feet high, is a fine art acquired only y the most expert chopper. He must jfcave excellent judgment...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

DEMOGRflT PRINTING CO., PuDIisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, IWAY 18, 1895. Vol. XXNo. 3 THE TIME FIXED INCOME TAX EXEMPTIONS. For a Grand Big Celebration. The Completion of the Water Works and the New Era of Business Pros perity for Cape t.lrardeau to be Celebrated In Becoming Style. ! A Slick Agent Who Boomed New York Ahead ol Paduca Flats. He was tall and hairy, and he wore a sombreno. His eyes gleamed like twin stars, and beneath the flap of the relative to the exemption from income broad hat his nose glowed softly in tax of rents, etc.. from Washington, j the shade, says the New York World. I D. C: ! "Say," he said, as he leaned across i 1. Only the rents. pro!its and in- j the hotel desk, they's a good come received bvthe owner of free hold Instructions on the Subject Secured by Judge Speck From Washing j ton. Judga Speck. Collector of Internal ' Revenue, is in receipt of the following COULDN'T STAND THE BOOM. KILLING FROSTS PREVALENT. The Democrat's efforts to get ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

11. ' :"Sfri .T'.V' ;: r.H: f 1 'I tl 1 3 ? i 1 1- til -fr; MOBTOX AND SILVER. the Secretary of Agriculture Re. eenta a Coloradoan Criticism. (It Quotes History, Act of Congress and umert to .Mint Directors In K.la tiou to the Coinage of Silver Dollars. Wasuisgtox, May 8. Secretary Morton has written a letter to James A. Cherry, of Denver, Col., in reply to i letter from that gentleman criticUinfr tome statements in the interview with the secretary of agriculture, printed a iouple of weeks ago, which caused so aiuch comment. It is as follows: From your letter of April 2J, 1SU5. it appears ;hat you and I perfectly agree on the funda mental point, namely, that demand and sup ply inexorably reculate all values whatsoever, it all times and in all places. At what points lo wc bein to separate from each other and then ko on to conclusions so utterly diverse? These points are only two the lirst historical tnd the second logical. "Tou assume certain propositions to be true f silver, which a...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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