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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 23 November 1895

'V-. - i ., i . i. .. . ''" .i. v r"'V tffir!Ji-J--r; ! - " gm w 7lf if-.YOK the little coats and Rowns. And make the house-olace neat; Put some cakes for traveling Keneath the v,aon seat; Give an extra mi ss of oats To Rood old Jim and Gray W'f're coins home to father's house For Thanksgiving day. So oft we've lived the Journey o'er Wiih the welcome at the end. Eweet mother's kisses on our check. And the har.d-claspof each friend; And many a time the little ones Have traveled In their play "All the way to grandpa's house For Thanksgiving day." The dear home fields have yielded up l'hfr!r Brasses and their grain; The bins and barns are runninjro'er From orchard and from plain: And with the rich year's discipline. Its hours of work and play. Some fairer things are harvested For Thanksgiving day. Oi:r arms, so full of Mc-scdnes3 The years have helped us win, jlave opened wide enough to let A little stranger in. For the first time two little feet. From ru:el-land astray, "V" ill toddle...

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. — 23 November 1895

"MONEY AND BANKING. Am BsceliMt Tripsin th ' Man ay by Horace Wait. One of the most complete works of its kind ever pnbliahed in this country ii "Money and Banking," by Bonce White. It ii both historical and philo sophical, and because of logical arrange ment of subjects and topics, incidental definitions and explanations of words and terms nsed, and wide scope em bracing discussions of nearly every kind of money and banking system tried or proposed it is as well adapted for the use of college students and general read ers interested in economic subjects as for professors and experts on financial questions. A quotation from Mr. White's "preface will give an idea of this latest and very timely work on money : "On the 25th of February, 1862, the government of the United States made its paper evidences of debt legal tender between individuals. The nation was thus sent upon the wrong road, and has been toiling in a wilderness ever since. In addition to the injustice which it wrought, th...

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. — 30 November 1895

" '.' ..' v :-."--. 1 DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., PllbllSliers. CAPE G I R A R D E A U , M I SSO U R I , S ATlj R D A Y; N O VE M B E R 30, 1895. Vol. XX No. 31 - . " v . , - - ; -.. V f A LOYAL BOY. He Praises Cape Girar deau City. The Solid Bock. Ribbed Old Demo cratlcGlbralterle Falling- Into . Line With tbe Loyal States. TekreHacte, Ind. Nov. 25. Edi tor Democrat. Although it has been twelve years since the under signed gave up his citizenship in Im perial Missouri and assumed the same in the splendid state of Indiana, It has not lessened his regard for Missouri in - general and good old Cape county . in particular. Cape Girardeau county was where I first saw the light and where my first twenty-one years were spent. Could I otherwise than have a lasting inter est in her welfare? In the twelve years of my residence I have been taunted with such re marks as "the land of the James boys and train robbers," "the solid rock-ribbed old Democratic Gibral tar, " "the rose between the thorns, ...

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. — 30 November 1895

-. t; -j Yi -. .... ..... j. V M' I. ! 4 I f If I THE DEMOCRAT. II. IL ADAMS Pabliiher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI Ihe News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC. The argument for a new trial in the Case of the convicted murderer. Holmes, was heard in Philadelphia, and during the proceedings Mr. Shoemaker, one of Holmes' counsel, was found to have in troduced a false affidavit and was held to answer. At Fountain Ferry, Ky E. J. Rerlo, of Boston, broke the two-mile bicycle record, making the distance in 3:43 1-5. The visible supply of grain in the United States on the ISth was: Wheat, CO.32G.0OO bushels; corn, 4,300,000 bush ls; oats, 0,972,000 bushels; rye, 1,287, 000 bushels; barley, 4,047,000 bushels. The 'ez l'erces Indian reservnl ion in the state of Washington was opened for settlement. Sun Chief, principal chief of the Faw nces in Oklahoma, is dead, and the whole tribe was mourning. Chief Hazen of the secret service, in his annual report shows that during ...

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. — 30 November 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. J. II. ADAMS, PublUhor. -CAPE GIRARDEAU, . MISSOURI. BOS WHITE. Old friend. I hear your whistle Upon the zigzag rail: lour cheery voice of welcome Rings on the autumn gale: When scarlet leaves and goldel Dance In the amber light, Tou tell me of your presence With a vim. Bob White! -A. whole-souled little fellow In speckled coat of brown: Tou need not summer's passing Or skies that darkly frown; While other birds are quiet. Your call comes to delight; And that is why I like you Most of all. Bob White! Philosopher In feathers! I'd Join your happy school: The heart forever sighing Belongeth to the fool! lla)py-go-lucky fellow. Though chilly breezes Llipht. There's always summer sunshina In your heart. Bob White! The world has so much sorrow. We need your lively call ; A soul to face all trouble. Ah! that's the best of all! The snow will soon be falling. Nor hill nor vale in sight: But I have learned your lesson In my heart. Bob White! -Monroe 11. Kojenfelu. In N. Y. Clipp...

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. — 30 November 1895

e;WeelBai5crat. w " - ' X - 'i saasaaaaV ' ' ' '" Published Every Saturday by Till -4 TVaimaama4 Antn4tn a 114 THEMIS 8TRCBT. : Catered at the Post Offle at Uape Girardeau, 8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1895. Hoke Smith wants to go to the United . States Senate from Georgia. , Imagine the fun In that body if Hoke ,and Senator Foraker should - lock horns on the pension question. I Albert DeReign will be his own e accessor -in the Legislature from Scott county. Scott connty is a Dem ocratic county and Mr. DeReign is the best man the Deinocratt have. James" Wbitcomb Riley, Eugene Field and Julian Hawthorne are the neatest chirographists among the lit erary men of this generation. Their handwriting - is almost identical in style fine, cleancut and legible. Gaorgo W. Martin, editor of the Charleston Enterprise died last week. Be was the third victim of the small pox in mat town, mree otnor ueams from small-pox occured in Charleston the same week that Mr. Martin died. The secretary ef agricultur...

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. — 30 November 1895

U I i ,4 PERSONAL AND: PERTINENT. MONDAY. The Cape City Steam Laundery is doing a good business and it is also turning out excellent work. Mike Miggins, ex-City Boss of this city is moterman on an electric street car in St Louis. One insurance company has paid over its payment of ten thousand dol lars to the estate of Sam l. P. Mc Clure, deceased. Mr. McClure car ried a life insurance of twenty-five thousand dollars and two other com panies will pay fifteen thousand dol lars yet. Mr. Deane, representing the Hani bal Printing Co., is in the city. The C. W. Batchelor arrived at 10 o'clock Saturday night with one of the best freight and passenger trips of the season. Judge S. Albert, we regret to learn, is dangerously ill. We hope, how ever, to be able to reDort him bettor in a day or two. W. V. Leech is the only real estate agent in the city who has made a sale lately. Now the farmer of this section of country can quit complaining about dry weather. We have had rain enough in the last...

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. — 30 November 1895

- f .- . f FLAME AND DEATH Work Havoo at Another Great Fire In Chicago. lour Firemen and One Girl Killed A Dozen Other Men, Women, and Chil dren Hurt Forty-Seven Firm Itarned Oat Lots, S40O.OOO. Chicago, Nov. 23. A fire, disastrous to life and property, swept through the dry goods and woolen exchange this morning. Five firemen, while in the active discharge of their duty un der orders and totally uueonscion of danger, were carried through u floor anil buried under tons of wreckage from the five floors above. Fonr of the men lie dead, but the fifth was not seriously injured. One girl fell from a window, aud received injuries from which she died. A dozen other men, women and girls were hurt or over come by smoke, and many were res cued from imminent death. The dead are: Patrick J. O'Donnell, lieutenant of engine company 2o. 2, 2840 Wallace. Thomas J. I'rendergaM, pipeman, 3l)'J3 Jiutler street. Martin Siherrock. 2s3S Lowe avenue, pipeman. John Downs, pipeman. Wallace street. Kate Land...

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. — 30 November 1895

. A is f ir THE FARMING WORLD PAVEMENTS IN CITIES. Wide Tins Would Prolong- Their Uscful- ' ' nm fvHuT Iwh.-'k.''.' When-'I studied rhetoric, particUlai stresjs whs laid upon Pope's ruler '-. In words. s fashions, the same rule will hold. . - - .- Alike fantastic If too new or old: -Be not the flrst by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old as)de. I wish to lay stress upon the fashions. Our fashions are all set for us by those who make our clothes, hats, shoes, and what not. We are all agTeed that broad tires Tor carriages, wagons and all -vehicles are best for good roads, but no one wants particularly to set the fashion and be "fantastic" If makers of vehicles would produce broad-tired vehicles, our carriage friends would soon be in the fashion and good roads would result. If broad tyres are heavier, why not try aluminum? A city street will be laid in granite, asphalt or macadam; but within a yeai it will be torn up several times to lay A PBACTICAL HI XT FOB CIVILI...

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. — 30 November 1895

FALLING PRICES NO EVIL. Na u twu raattlM Takes by the Int Silver Awtln. In all free coinage argument it is token far granted that falling prices are aneril, and that it is the duty of the gor ermnent to take tome action to increase prices, or at least maintain them at their present level. It is on this ground that the sirrerites object to onr present finan cial system and demand the adoption of a cheaper standard of value 'which would double prices as based on a dol lar 'worth only 50 cent. It is this promise of getting higher prices that is the chief attraction in the free coinage agitation for the farmers, who natural ly wish to get as much as possible in re turn for their prodncta. Though the delusion which underlies the complaints against lower prices has been exposed over and over again, it still does dnty in all the free silver lit erature with which the country is being flooded. Yet a little reflection should show the folly of the idea that high prices for commodities are ben...

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. — 7 December 1895

A j t DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO.. PiiDlisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1895. Vol. XX No. 32 AH EPIDEMIC. vlUOGE SEBASTIAN ALBERT. EXPORTATION OF GOLD. PREMIUMS AWARDED. NEGROES GAIN THEIR POINT. TIRED OF THE BOSSES. Tin- Is I. il- i a Uii-ij . l-f.etu , Mail l.mliai. and (,ik! the Smali Pox Charleston. K". pffti-.J that sj.l.mi JJil.l Will s h i p;n'U i:it u riia 5 Trcasu ry Kcscrvo. Vi-i Klcven IVrsons cnl to '.In- House in one Main. Thomas K. Chtrk came hi hist ni-ht from Charleston and from h'ui we learn that tin- small pox is s'ii! flpreadir;- at ( 'nai-lcston. li. of An oh'. a nil m ri vie Ins i1ih-ir.tivn- ! from th familiar plarc-s of our t.usi- 1 "K' "- 1 !"' i"Kn ,n.-slif.- a landmark that has vviih-i 1''''-"ntik''t in "'irelc to-day stood shock and strife for many '-hat no Z'M v-';'''i '"" 'h'n:i to :v-t years. ' ''hit'ope t:iii(ii"-tw. but that, in all; liass :ii-t i n.. H ill !'ro! ability, a bont :n2.0.!O.Cei' would be! do to rail hi. it Judge - he nr...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 7 December 1895

NEWS FROM HAVAIJA. An Important Merlins of Lilr-.1 to tw llr-ld in Madril to Attack the Canon ifTernmctit for It ILiri.li Attitude T wurd the Insurrectionists In Itllist Al lseed Offers of Mediation by tl.e lulled StaLeM. Havana, N'ov. 20, ria Tampa. Fia., Nov. L".i.-M;i'lvi.l advites just pub lished state ti:ut an important meet ing of the 1:1k? nils will in.- iie'.d In Mad rid in IieeemVr. It wi" tai:- place at tlie Lit-! club and wi:i in- an out come of a reorganization of tiie board, or committee, of tlie latter. Senor Se gasla will nia!;e the address of tl.e oc casion. It is said that lie wiil make a vigorous attack on Hie po'iry of the C:t novas cabinet. Important state ments t.-elatirc to affuirsin Cuba are excteil. I; ii mors of peace were current in Madrid on the IT; it and th i.-f this month. They rcs-.T.sl on statements that negotiations for neaee ha 1 bi-en entered upon with tiie rebels. The ministers of the cabinet nave made ; an energetic denial that any such ne- j got...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 7 December 1895

AGRICULTURAL HINTS. FARM SMOKEHOUSE. It Gives Direct Artiou on the Meat or FUt Within It. The illustration, Kijr. 1, shows a simple form of smokehouse, urrangwl 8o:istofriveilir'et action of smoke upon the meat or fish within, and yet free from the annoyance that comes from entering1 a smoke-tilletj room to replen ish the fire. The house is square ami of a size dejM'ndent upon the amount of material one may have yearly to cure hy smoke. Ten feet wpiare will be amply large for ordinary use. There is an - m rid. i.- UOOJJ FAU.M SM()Ki:ilolSE. entrance door on our side, and a small window near the top that rati lie opened from the outside to ipiii'kiy free the in side from smoke. At t lie hot torn of one side is a small door, from which extends a small track to the center of the room, in which slides a scjtiare piece of plank moved by an iron rod with a hook . n one end. On this plank is placed an old iron kettle, with four or five inches oj earth in the bottom. On this the firq is to ...

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. — 7 December 1895

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The DsmcGrat Printina Co. 114 THEMIS STREET. EiiriTi-t at .he I'ost nille at Cape tiirarili-au, !-., as sei: el-cias matter. s.TL'iiiAY. i);.c.;.i;;i-.u isx, Oar I). illy M .'!y is in tho Ii iK- of mii now on i nt y Hi; is not ;i :i !ir man u:t n mil hold his own in :! w'no are lij. with m of tii.' V. X. Kv.uis. of Wc-l i'laui.-.. lias Ikx' I ai'Iio.MU-tt a in mi'V of tin- IX-iu-orratir St it-- 'omanttee for th Four teenth Ciraiviiiiui! District, to 111 I tb: vacancy catwuil liy tlie li -tii of A. ( '. .Siivrv.oo.i. t'ontrrcssinan Mo.'.ey has appointed! a V.V.Vi Plains man as his private secretary. Ma.liy is evidently expect ing a big run of business. His pri vate secretary will draw one hundred dollars per mouth from Uncle Sam. H. W. C'rofton. of Lntesville, iiol linger county, is in jail at St. Ixniis charged with usin; the mails for the purpose of obtaining ."i,OiK) in counter feit money from Xew York, for which ho was to pay -.'!o...

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. — 7 December 1895

r va- .... s. , . f J ( i j. 1 PERSONAL AND:PERTINENT. MONDAY. Ten dollars reward will be paid to any person who will t:ll me who poisoned my pointer dog. Dan. H. S. Doyle. William Paar. Judge Koehler. ('. F. Betten and Herman Mueller, of Jackson, came down yesterday to at tend the funeral of Sebastian Albert. Some unscrupulous scamp poisoned If. S. Doyle's line bird dog yesterday . Henry Ossenkop has purchased the I. H. Van Frank property on Good Hope, street. The projierty is half a square of ground and it front on Good Hope, Middle and William streets. Mr. Ossenkop will start a big lmnln'r yard on the ground. It is about time our merchants wore, advertising their holiday goods. Pur chases will liegin to look around soon "or something for presents for their children. They will first look in Ihe in-wspaers to see who has goods. A traveling theater company, on a nous.? boat, landed here to-day. The company consisted'of five jx-oplc. one log. a barrel of Hour, a sack of po tatoes and...

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. — 7 December 1895

l 7 4 ijte..--A-i f THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS, I'ublUher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, - MISSOURI. a DECEMBEK lby&. X It Hn lr h uTnil TIViti Sat if SU1L MI.il U.C. liCd. llitl. 3 0 1011 iliHlOjlTjlS 23 24125 29 '30 31 The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Farts. DOMESTIC. A five-story brick building- at the eouthwest corner of Wabash avenue oiid Randolph street in Chicago was destroyed ljy lire, the total loss being Herman Ilattenhaft, a physical in Mructor. killed his two children and limsclf in Rrooklyn, N. V. No cause was Known for the deed. A negro tramp who tried to wreck a train :;ear Calvert City, Ky., was taken Into the woods by a mob and riddled with bullets. The visible supply of grain in the XTnited States on the 25th was: Wheat, C2.i;i!l,0uO bushels; corn, 4,022,0(100 bush els; oats, f,0u5,000 bushels; rye, 1.S22. 000 bushels; barley, S.iST.oiiU bushels. J n a collision on the Santa Fe road near Shoemaker, X. M., between an ex press and freight trains, 12 passeng...

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. — 7 December 1895

THE DEMOCRAT 15. H. A O A M S, 1'ultliHhPr. 1 CATE filRAKDEAr. - uivou;i. MOTHERHOOD. On morning fair, my haby Climlf-d up into my bed. And down uj-on my si.ouiuer She laid her little lu-ad. h had her precious dolly lasi d in a rlose embrace; thr tol-3 me how she loved it, Siie kl-sstd its battered lace I asked her if she couldn't. For oniy one short day. Give me her previous dolly To take with me away. Eho'slipped her arm around mo. And tt-ars came to her eye. Eh- h.itTled with th'-m bravely A::d sweetly said.: "I'll try! l!ut, mamma, v. hile my Uolly Is Kor.e away from tr.-. Is th-rt some other doily Whose mamma I can bt.-? I vnndiT' d If as brav.-ly My sorrow I oouM b. ar If a.si;-d to :v. my darling liacl; to my Fat her far--. .Midland Monthly. THE FATE OF GIGI. IiV W'Al.TKIi KI VKltl-V IKA.NE. OWN in "the Rend," in Little Italy she w; a s called "Jji Pic cioia" by the swarthy deni zens of tho quur ticr; the flaneurs of liroaihvay know horasThe- "y rose, the little flower ii-l ;...

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. — 7 December 1895

f " .,' igBSBiMBagriwtwJ'-i-. .: ',Ij$.:' " s--w,e..J.- :.l 71 CiA. ""'"-I" ""y: "" "' '-rM,M,i , A I ALL DEETORS NOT DISHONEST. Tree Silver Means That Creditors Am to Lo-C SO IVr Cent. Is the pit position for "fro.: silver si .6 to 1" expedient and honest r Stripped of verbia.";.:, the proposition is for this ;overnnient to emharl: in the Immediate and unlimited cvinad f sil ver dollars, earh doliar to pontein ap proximately 50 cents worth of silver (allien; to discard all provis: us for guarantt -Ah the concurrent -ir;-r.l :-ion and i:ar:;y f sold and silver, a:... to ;ompoI by law the. acceptance i f the new dollar.-; in payment .f :ill debts. The object is to reduce the value of tho dollar about cne-hnif. and Lyftrc ing creditors to take ibis th liar i'-.-r di Its to Fcalo all -xistiiijr Msjpiti..::.-- Tl only exception will be v h re :h- shrewd creditor bas stipulat: d for payment, in TJIEPIHCK OF COTTON GOVERNED BY THE LAW OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND. Free Silverites Should Study Thi...

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. — 14 December 1895

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PubllsHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1895. Vol. XX No. 33 ONLY THREE CASES! Of Small-Pox at Charles ton. Jas. A. Hoone Writes to Mayor t'ore S ver orfl'hls City Fully Hecnrdlnir the small-Pox Scare. Charleston, Mo.. Dec. 7th. lsit.'j. mr. w. ii. cokver, Cape Girardeau, Mo. DEAR Sir: Your telegram received. but so late, that this letter will reach separated, wh:;n. it is thought, Kite you about as soon as an answer by , S1w 'he 1P of Parker's head moving wire. I and fired, thinking it was some ani- We have three cases of small-pox 1,1:1 ' When he realized thw dreadful at present, and have had eight all nature of the thing he had done he told, three of them died and two have ,iI1,;u" his hat with water and rushed to been discharged. There have been no companion to give what little re new cases for sveral days, and thein i '''-'f ho could but all to no purpose, is no danger of a spread of the dis-! Wu are told that I life is overwhelmed ea...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 December 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. AIIVIS, 1'uhlisher. 3APE GIIiAKDEAT. MISi'OlHI The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From A!l Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. The Proceedings of the first Scs-tlon. The 54th congress convened its first ses sion on the 2d. The senate was called to order by Vice President Stevenson and the new senators and those who had been re elected were sworn In. A committee was appointed to notify the president In the house Thomas l:. Itted, of Sl.ilne. was chosen as speaker. A committee was Turned to Join a like committee on the part of the senate to wait upon the president. Several bills were introduced In the in terest of railway postal clerks and letter carriers. In the United States senat.? yesterday the president's message was read. There were 172 hills and 16 resolutions introduced, lut a majority were reprints of measures which failed to pass last session. Amor; the bills were the following: To establish a uniform system of bankruptcy: for the comtiulsorv education of Ind...

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