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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 June 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS, Publiaher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOUEL L 1 J BEAUTY REPAIRED TO ORDER. Toilet Parlor Where Women Go to Have Their r are. Hands, leet and Hair Over hauled. Beauty is not skin deep. At least, the leauty specialists say not, and in all hip cities there are well-known toi let parlors where women out of repair go, and in a few hours have their looks mended and renovated in a remarkable manner. The process begins with the mani cure, who can pare, clean, file, bleach and polish the most neglected finger tips till the ugliest hand takes on a look of symmetrical refinement aston ishing to its owner. Then, if desired, the clever girl will roll up the customer's sleeves to the elbow, plunge hands and wrists in a crystal bowl tilled with warm water Bnd perfumed liquid soap, and give them a genuine bath. She rubs and kneads them, uses a soft little brush the while, dries them on a linen towel, applies a soothing, -odorless white cream, whitens them with a vegetable pre...

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. — 1 June 1895

fWONSTER REDWOOD TREES. tssssy CompoM . Moat Remmrksel Tlmbssr Belt. One of the most remarkable timber VItt in the world stands in Humboldt and Mendocino counties, California. It embraces 4185 Muare miles, cantain Sag 132,000,000,000 feet of timber. With tfheaidof the microscope scientist, tarn jtounrl the age of some of these trees to fee nearly 3,000 years. Some of th fallen trees have remained where they fell for 800 to 1,000 years, so it is esti mated, with scarcely any deterioration cf the wood. Eastern tourists in California know fcut little of these redwoods (Sequoia emperrirens). They usually see th few mammoth redwoods of Calaveras 'Sequoia g-ig-antea) and go home and tell their friends about this disappearing tribe of piants. The lumber redwood of Humboldt are less talked about, yet one of its trees will yield 100,000 feet of boards, and fill a freight train with Sops. Felling these trees, whicli arc 150 to 250 feet high, is a fine art acquired only "by the most expert cho...

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. — 8 June 1895

3 v - DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1895. Vol. XX No. 6 ANOTHER UNFORTUNATE. j FOUND DEAD IN BED. ; WHEN DID THE WAR END?! SHOT ON THE MARY MORTON- altgelds latest outburst. HIS FATHER'S BUSINESS. .Wnlet orbett Seeks In Vain for Her Betrayer. A 17-year-old girl, giving the name of Eva St Clair. hut nrtwuu. i.t is Annie Corbett, apiieared at the Four; i - - -- - ....... i in in ii .1 ii !.. Lourts Tuesday night, with a babv 1 ( month old in her arms, which she j wanted to dispose of. The young j mother said she was an ophan. who i came here a month ago from Cap; Girardeau, Mo., to obtain cmplov- j ment. She had been Strayed, while j living at Cape Girarde-au. by a man i whose name she would not divulge. ! Some time ago her betraver came to St. Louis to avoid her. and she fed- ' lowed. iKiMiminjf a me.1h.-r shortly a f- ! ter her arrival, at the Mission Home i ' Jefferson and Loe-ust. Annie was sent. with the child, bae-k to the Mission...

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. — 8 June 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS. Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. JUNE 1895. SSlDL I 2 Hon. Tne.;ei Tim Fit Sal 6 7 9 10 li 12 13 1415 2122 116 17 18 19 20 123 241 2526 2829 130 The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC The risible supply of grain in the United States on the 2?th was: Wheat, 54.2.0ou bushels; corn. K973.000 bush els; oats 7,3'.ki.ihjO bushels; rye, 137, CKpO bushels; barley, 145.000 bushels. A i.aiy minister baptized thirty-nine converts in the Okaw river, 3 miles west of Areola, 111. Tue supreme court of the United States affirmed the constitutionality of the Geary Chinese exclusion act. About 2 inches of snow fell through out northern Wisconsin. The chamber of commerce of New York city decided to enter ujion a cru sade against the free coinage of silver. William Smith and Charles Earlman were killed by the cars at Hellaire, O., both their heads being cut off. Funeral services over the remains of ex-Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCulloc...

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. — 8 June 1895

J . - B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOCEL THE SOUL'S QUESTION. tm aitting alone in the twilight gray. The fading light of a sammer'a day: While the tinted clouds in the western sky Jell of the brightness already gone by: And night's sable mantle will soon be spread idke a funeral pall o'er a day that Is dead. And the angel of sleep-how welcome a guestl w ill quietly lull the weary to rest. And I sit and think: "I am growing old. And the days of my life will soon be told; And I ask, in the gathering darkness, why Must all things beautiful fade and die? Is life, sweet life, as brief as it seems? Is Heaven only one of our dreams? Or. is there a place where there is no nightf Then why so hid from our mortal sight?'" But I hear a voice, tender and low: "Child of the Infinite, needest thou know? Though clouds and darkness encompass the throne. Surely the Lord will take care of His own. Hath He not kept thee through good and through ili; Cease thy questioning: wait and 1 sti...

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. — 8 June 1895

The Weekly Democrat. FACTS ABOUT MALARIA. Entereil at tin- I'ost tllp at Cape liirariltuu. Mo., as senmil-rlass mutter. SATIKDAY. .ll'XK s. jyc,. 1 'ulitiemn Nlii-ve the harmony runic lies through the Mtoniui-h. 'I'll.- Star-Savin;: liixini fur (ii'o. I". Louir-. 'tarts a -i-natorial Lciu'lilon 'f Si. i ta Close Relation to Certain Condition of the Soil. According- to a table of admissions Published Every Saturday by 'for malarial fevers furnished by the -r, r . .London hospital to Sir Joseph Favrer. 1116 D6II10Crat PrintinQ GO. nd which extend over a TX-riod of HO 114 THEMIS STREET. 'V2r?Ti !? V-.T!'-' liSl otit of patients admitted into the hospital ') were for malarial fever; In lsso. out of a total of ii.'.'.VJ admis sions. 1 1 were for malarious fever, and tn many vears the proportion was still Mnallcr. Thi.s is a very itikhI example of the diminution of malarial disease in the United Kingdom jre nera lly since the time when we lost kind's and nobles from jigw tits. As a contra...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 June 1895

PERSONAL AND IPERTINENT. MONDAY. The merry-go-round" which has Ki n located in the southwestern part of the city several weeks, pulled up Makes Sunday morning and left. The merry-go-round" is an institution hat while it affords noend of pleasure '.. the small boy. regardless of race in- color, as long as he has :t nickel. .- the same time it is a nuisance of the water to the citizen with a desiitc ip sleep, if li I lodging place is within 'oar squares of its location. The voting son of Martin A. Bier - " i Tli. is visiting relatives in the city. ':!.! young man was quite a child when :d- pan-nt- left heresome s or 10 years i lo. The extremely warm weather of the ;i-t few days has put a broad smile on faces of the ice-dealers and soda .'n'iiitain men. Tin- I'nion Milling Co. shipjied a pan of Clydesdale horses to.St. Louis to-day on the Anchor Line steamer. A. .1. Tetrick and family took pas--:iL'e on the Mary Morton Saturday ri irlit for St. Louis, where they will Make, their future...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 June 1895

A SOLDIER'S FUNERAL. Accorded the Remains of Gen Walter Q. Gresham. The ftody Taken to Chicago. Kicorted by the retfiftent and Cabinet and m Large N'amlter at Mourn ing friend. Washington. May 30. The remains f Walter Quinton Gresham received the funeral honors accorded a soldier. Except John A. Logan, of Illinois, no rnan.'uot of the regular army, has ever before been honored by the or dering out of the United States troops by the president to escort his remains. A bright sun shed its raj-s ovi-r the military pageant which accompanied the funeral procession, and no more Imposing spectacle has been witnessed since the last presidential inaugura tion, though the sadness of the occa sion naturally dimmed its luster and the crowds were mute and reverent. At 9:30 a. m. the body, which was Jain in state Tuesday evening in the parlor in the apartments at the Arhng ton annex which the secretary had oc cupied during life, was removed from that resting' plaie to the great East room of the Wh...

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. — 8 June 1895

1 HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Fig Pudding: One cupful each ot chopped suet, milk, molaaser. and fig (or other dried fruit), two ad a half cupfuls flour, one-half teaspoonful salt, one teaspoonful soda. Boil three hours. Country (entleman. Eggs With Cream: Hard boilsd egps are to be shelled and cut in halves, the latter arranged, cut side downward, upon a buttered dish or rdatter. A ri ffi i,Qm LMAn i . . pruptrnj flavored is then to le turned over or around the eggs which should be served immediately. Finely-chopped chicken, turkey or ham may be mixed witli the sauce if relished. Farmers Review. Waging Mack and White Goods: The chief point to remember in in.L ing black and white, or any delicate coiors, is to put a little salt in the wa ter and not on any account to let the articles lie about damp. Begin by making a lather of white soap in luke warm water, wash the dress out lr. ly. and then rinse in clean cold water ana ury at once. I aae care not to put it with other wet th any account ...

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. — 8 June 1895

."MONSTER REDWOOD TREES, i trhaj CompoM a Hott Remarkable TUnTM Belt. One of the most remarkable timber belts in the world 6tands in Humboldt find Mendocino counties, California. It embraces tltj square miles, contain ing 132,000,000,000 feet of timber. With the aid of the microscope scientists have found the age of some of these trees to be nearly 3,000 years. Some cf tha fallen trees have remained where they fell for 800 to 1,000 years, so it is esti mated, with scarcely any deterioration of the wood. Eastern tourists in California know but little of these redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens). They usually see the few mammoth redwoods of Calaveras (Sequoia gigantea) andgohoine and tell their friends about this disappearing trtbe of giants. The lumber redwoods of Humboldt are less talked about, yet one of its trees will yield 100.000 feet ol boards, and fill a freight train with logs. Felling these trees, which are 150 to 250 feet high, is a line art acquired only by the most expert cho...

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. — 15 June 1895

'4 CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1895. Vol. XX No. 7 DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publishers. CONTINUED DROUTH. FROM HIS HEART. DUST TO DUST. WANT MONEY. THEY ARE COMM. GETTING READY. The Lawyers in The Buckalew Case. They Were Employed to Defend the City Officials of a Push Adminis tration and They want Their Pay. Sam M. Green and J. W. Lirabaugh, attorneys for the old push city officials j in the case of Col. Samuel Buckalew against the push city officials have de manded their pay for legal services. They were employed to defend the city officials against the attack of Bucka lew iu the United States Circuit Court. Buckalew was a shirt drummer. He sold shirts here without paying a license as required by ordinance. He was arrested, tried, fined and locked up in the city bastile. He brought suit for damages in the United States court against the individnal officials. The said officials held a meeting, the pur pose of which was to employ attorneys to defend them. They could n...

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. — 15 June 1895

V it THE STATE UNIVERSITY. Dedicatory "Address Delivered by President James B. Angell f the Cnlvemltj of Michigan A Plea fop the Support of State I'niversitlea Where Children of the Poor Hare Kqoal t bances With the Kich. President James U. Ansrell of the Uni versity of Michigan delivered the fol lowing address at the dedication of the new buildings of the Missouri univer sity. cThis is a proud dav for the university of the state. Out of the ashes of the old university building rises the new building in radiant uplendor. Kvery heart is throbbing with de lighi This beautiful and spacious edifice Ktands as a type and a monument. A type of the university itself, which, havins emerged from its years of trials, or disappointments, of bope deferred, into its new. hapny era of glorious achievements and still more glorious promise; a monument to the generosity of the state and to the devotion of the noble men who have toiled for years for the present glad consummation. One can not walk down...

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. — 15 June 1895

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Dressing for Cabbage or Lettuce: Two tabIepoonfus rich cream, two of sugar, a little salt, half pint good vine gar. Beat Veil together and pour over the salad. Prairie Farmer. Eoast Tripe, Stuffed: Make a dress ing of bread crumbs, a slice of onion cut fine, a bit of butter, and season with salt. Wet only enough to hold together. Lay the dressing smoothly over the tripe and roll it up length wise. Roast in a moderate oven, bast ing with hot water and melted butter. Good Housekeeping. Duck with Cabbage: Season finely-shredded cabbage with salt and pepper; put it into a stewpan with wa ter, a little butter and vinegar. Brown small pieces of cold roast duck in but ter, season highly with salt and pep per, lay them over the cabbage, cover and cook slowly till all the water has evaporated and the cabbage is tender. Country Gentleman. Gateau of Apple: In a quart of water boil three pounds of loaf sugar till it becomes a thick sirup. Then core and peel four pounds of ...

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. — 15 June 1895

IE if, - i : l v. - 1 " - "L V The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Prlntina 6o. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle tCpe Girardean, Ho., u eeeood-claM matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 15. 1895. Four hotel poters were arrested at Poplar Bluff last Tuesday for solicit ing patronage on the depot platform. Democratic figures furnished by Sec retary Carlisle are the best possible campaign documents for the Republi can party. The Democratic deficiency policy will be fully illustrated in the Presi dential vote of 18. And it will be a deficiency which can not be remedied by a bond issue. An ice trust capitalized at twelve millions is annoying the New Yorkers. Why not establish artificial ice plants and bid the trust defiance? The DeSoto Facts has been leased by Will E. Crow and Thos. E. Graig. These gentlemen are evidently "stuck" on)themselves, as they see fit to embell ish?) their editorial page with port raits of themselves. They look some thing "before and after...

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. — 15 June 1895

I- .4 - PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. .MONDAY. The Normal students will all go home this week and then our grocery merchants will not sell so many goods to the boarding houses for two or three months. The Common Pleas court is still in session and several important cases will be disposed of this week. Hon. J. R. Kirk, State Superintend ent of Public Schools, is hereto attend the commencement exercises at the Normal School. Mr. Kirk is the first Republican State Superintendent of Public Schools that ever visited .our Normal School. The Republicans es tablished the Normal Schools, and for that cand other wise legislation the Democrats turned them out and kept them out till the Republican tidal wave of 18W. A juryman was talked to sleep in the Common Pleas court last week. In justice to our local attorneys we will state that the lawyer who hypnotized the juryman does not reside in Cape County. Our lawyers sometimes make men tired, but they never put them to sleep. Dr. Paul F. Vasterling, of ...

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. — 15 June 1895

T THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIEAEDEAU. M1SSOCEL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC It snowed all day on the 3d at Cripple Creek, CoL The Baptist anniversaries at Sara toga, X. Y., concluded with the seventy-first annual meeting of the Amer ican Baptist Publication society. The visible supply of grain in the United States on the 8d was: Wheat, 52,220,000 bushels; corn, 10,762,000 bush els; oats, 8,626,000 bushels; rye, 136, 000 bushels: barley, 100.000 bushels. The national headquarters of the Salvation Army were formally dedi cated in New York city. George James and Webster Ziegler were killed by lightning at Plowville, Pa. Eleven persons died in Xew York on the 3d from sunstroke, seven in Philadelphia, five in Pittsburgh, four in Baltimore and four in Chicago. All over the country excessive heat was reported. Frank Shki.iion arrived in Xew York, having walked from Chicago in twenty-five days on a $1,000 wager, cutting off five days ...

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. — 15 June 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI LINDY. BI AGNES ELLIS. "Lindy, guess I'll hev to git Win Potts to take keer of you. She seems willin' to come, an' all the rest of the .girls 'round air too busy or too lazy or tsumthin'; they say they can't come, anyhow." Lindy turned her head wearily on her pillow, and said: "Well ?" Sam didn't just like the way she an swered him, and, shifting uneasily from one loot to the other, he said: "Maybe you'd ruther not hev her?" "If you can't git no one else, I reckon we'll have to, fer ma can't stay here all the time." "Sam's gone to git Win Pott's to stay with you, hain't he?" said her mother, a little while after, as she laid a little bundle down on Lindy's arm and tucked the covers around it. "I tell you now, you'd better keep an eye on that girl and Sam." "Why, ma, Sam and me's married. Tou don't want to talk that way." "Marry in' don't always keep folks from actin' the fool." "But ma, we've got the baby," she said, a...

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. — 15 June 1895

t. f it THE MELON HER To Declare War on St. Louis. They Have Called a Mass Convention to be Held at Morley Next Saturday. The melon growers of Scott county am mad. The have a grievance at the commission men of St. Louis and they are threatening to boycott St Louis. A call has been issued for a melon growers convention to be held at Morlev. Scott county, next Satur day. This action on the part of the melon growers was brought about by the St. Louis commission men and the anti- peddling order of the Iron Mountain road, made at their solicitation. It is proposed at this convention a reso lution be adopted pledging all grow ers not to ship a melon to a St. Louis commission house until the odious re strictions are removed. The growers say that the action of the commission men puts them in shape to pinch the growers and retail sellers, and they will not tamely submit to it. The melon growers say they can do witheut a St. Louis market if St Louis can do without Southeast Missouri melons. W...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 June 1895

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PuDIiSHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1895. Vol. XX No. 8 TO TELL METHODISTS LOOK HOUCK WINS. A MODERN HOTEL. A BIG CREAMERY. CLOSED HP. I IN THE RIVER. A Man's Face Tells The Tale. A Methodist Minister says lie (an Tell a Methodist by studying Ills Fare. A Methodist Minister said to a rej reaentative of the De.mo.orat the other day: "Do you know. I can almost always tell with what denomination a person is connected by studying his face? I can't explain it except partially, but the fact that it is much more difficult and sometimes impossible, to distin guish between a Presbyterian and a Congregationalist explains the matter in part. You see, it is on the same principle as the ability to tell a man of good habits from a dissipated per son. The effect of their lives show so plainly in their every feature that even the unpracticed eye can read their lives. witn us ministers, we are con stantly given occasion to study char acter that we can dist...

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. — 22 June 1895

V THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CArE GIF.AKDEAU. MISSOURI. A ntsrATrn from Shanghai, on the. 12h. said the feeling against foreign ers is rapidly increasing in central China, ami has reached a critical point in Yunan. Senator Gop.noN issued a letter, on the 10th. making public his long-en-tertained purpose of retiring from pub lic life at the close of his present term in the senate. Tnr. injunction in the South Carolina registration ease was dissolved in the United States circuit court of appeals, at r.ielimond. Va on the 11th. and the bill w as dismissed. Ambassador Bayard, after attend ing the Kiel canal openinjr. will visit North Cape. Norway, and other points of interest in the land of the midnight sun before returning to London next month. Admiral Kiiikland cabled the navy department that the New York. Co lumbia and San Francisco left Copen hagen, on the 14th, for Keil. where, under their orders, they would arrive on the Kith. Faii.I'I'.ks in the United States dur ing ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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