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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 December 1895

I I THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. ADAMS, l-ahlishrr. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOUHi. THE AFTERGLOW. Y."hen behind the far-off mountains Sinks the sun to nightly rest. Then the clouds that veiled its brightness Idly lie along the west; Each one tipped with rosy splendor. Which the noontide never knew. And the afterglow so tender, I-ights afiir the dome of blue. Vhen life's woes, and cares, and blessings Human hearts have known ami bore Till th- years that are behind them Number more than those before. If these lives are full and rounded, As a Christian's life should !. And tht fruits of Cod's own spirit l'eck the autumn-tinted tree. "Will there not he joy ami loudness Youth and manhood never knew? XVaco that passetii understanding Is .he heavenly afterglow. I 'lata brown litath, in Good Housekeep ing. HISS WITTEMOHE'S ROMANCE. 11 Y T. W. HALL. IPS Vv'lTTK t t i. i." ...... 'rCT,F?M$:& jrivhiir a small garden party :.t her country home. There was nothing unusual alvoiit it except that she was t...

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. — 14 December 1895

i.ri Tie Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Dsmocrat Printina Go.Winnk-Davisarcto tlH, reonts- As the vears pass, the "Lost Cause'' 114 TH MIS STREET. Kmiltc-.I ut Uif Post U:H at Cape Girardeau, Mi., as seco-.d-ciac .uaner. SATL'l.n Y. Ii. il.MlSKU 14. lX he iiirxl i'ivsiue.it ol St.tt ? win o.- i.ouiiiiutc'i i by tue lii-jiiloiliMils. trio United :i St. Louis tick- ;;cst cts o to l .. 1 uiii t '(:. n-:i- a wioiyu to Kisnw be!! esh 1- t ..: ..iisae 1; a I-'ederai Court i ,-.t. Vn.' i o i.- 1 r .. M i' iihyi. r ii ht. Two th'-n- escajie ner , :-m':iii(1 from tiic . il.mois. jail Saturday of I he men who made 11 re murderer.. !':-('o-i; r -ssii a 1 Arnold is now a c'- s ofilce man and a hard student in his office. He is tryinjj to make up t rue he lost, while he was in Conjr- res. The National il -publican convention will le held in St. Louis, .luno Kith ai l th- man nominated ly that con vention will 1m.' th next President of 1 1 United States. Dr. S. S. Harris will be...

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. — 14 December 1895

PERSONAL AND. PERTINENT. MONDAY. For the information of two or three fellows who have been saying that the steam heater in the public school building would not work we can say that they are off their box. The heat er is working- all right. The Jackson hacks are carrying lots f jiassengers since they arc making two trips a day. All the bandy houses in this city are located in the Frst Ward. The other Wards would not tolerate a baudv honsc. What's the matter with the First Ward's statesmen? Some of our sportsmen are laying plans for a raid on Scott county rabbits in the near future. The st fore said rabbits bad better roost high. The Normal students are beginning to count the days between .now and Christmas. Those who live here :ire anxious for a rest, and the others want to go home and sec the folks. I looms ." and 7 at the Normal -I'hool have been furnished with new -late black-boards within the last few day--, and Prof. McGhce is as proud as a boy with his first pair of pants. I'ro...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 December 1895

.,..J ; - ft PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Synopsis of President Cleveland's Message to Congress. The Document. While Inethy, U Wholly (jiven Over to Our Foreign Itela tious ami Diitcutiitloii of the Money 1'roblem. The president's raessape transmitted Co the congress on the 3d was a very cenptliy document. It treated exclu sively of our foreign relations and the currency question. In submit ting the message to tiie congress the president invites the careful consider ation of the questions discussed not only by the national legislature, but by niu fellow-countrymen. FOREIGN RELATIONS. (rent ISrltniit. TIIE IIEIIRING fEA V'ETION. Several vexatious queuoT's wt If ft undp fcru;tucl lv the It-hriii; si-a, urbitratiou tri buni.l. In the luouiitiiii the il-ilti ti of the eal herds by niraiis of pelsii.'U hunting hns so alainmiKly irofl th;it unlfs their K.auitter is ut once effectively ehri'k. their extinction within a fw yur seems to be a matter of absolute certainty. The understanding by which t...

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. — 14 December 1895

TOE FARMING WORLD. CLOSELY-HOUSED COWS. They Will Give M-.re Milk Than Thofta Krpt iu the ltarnsard. It is sin unquestionable fact that .-mvs i-lo.scly huu.sed io the. riglil kind of st.ibies will riv? more milk aiul ket-p in Ik-W coii.iilion on thr siitne food than - 11 ullm-l, or, more properly, oniH-I!el. ti shiver in the barnyani, tjiys t lie Oran;re County X. V.) Farmer. Ami yrt il is the almost universal cus tom of . keeM-rs to let them roam the barnyar'i or opeji field for seven 1 hours every A few lo this heeause they think it mwssary for tile m s .o hae eserelse for ln-all li for themselves and on'soriii-t.. ,l;nt the larjre uiajoiitydo ki siinjily from tbe fact that this was the custom of their fathers, and they unthinkingly follow on in the same rut. The food needlessly wastetl this win ter by r-.i.-on of the cows being winucii out of ilor.rs will-far exceed in value all that will be received from the products of the dairy used or sold. And all this mipht be saved if the ...

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. — 14 December 1895

I t t f ALL DEBTORS NOT DISHONEST. Silver Mean That Creditor. Ara to Lom SO Per Cant. Is the proposition for "free nilvur at t6 to 1" expedient and honest? Stripped of verbiage, the proposition Is for this government to embark in the Immediate and unlimited coinage of sil ver dollars, each dolxar to contain ap proximately CO cents worth of silver allien; to discard all provisions for guaranteeing the concurrent circulation nd parity of gold and silver, and to eompel by law tho acceptance of the ew dollars in payment of all debts. The object is to reduce the value of the dollar about one-half, and by forc ing creditors to take this dollar for dohts to scale all existing "(ligations. The enly exception will be w here the shrewd creditor has stipulated for payment in gold. Such creditor will be paid in fall, but the unsuspecting man or woman "Who has merely trusted to the honor of the nation is to be "done up," :ust in proportion as the dollar is scaled. The Populists are solid fo this...

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. — 21 December 1895

nisrr i-'r-,.-r'in ...... ,-4L-iTi ." "' ' ... ' v ' ' - i VI DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO.. Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1895. Vol. XX No. 34 ',' -'V- . -7 ;. BRITAINS WARNED. Their Interference to be Tolerated no Longer. War May Follow and the (onw quence to the I'nlted states Would be DiMHierouti. When President Cleveland V mes sage to Con;'i-e, transmitting the correspondence between Secretary Olney and Lord Salisbury, relative to the Venezuelan boundary dispute was read last Tuesday, it ereated quite a sensation in Washington. Expecta tions of the public were at the highest pitch to learn just how the President would dual with Lord Salisbury's re fusal to submit the matter to arbitra tion, and the message was listened to with intense interest and there was not a voice raised in dissent from toe doe trine so firmly laid down by the Pres ident, but, there was an outburst of patriotic feeling from all. On the streets the message was discussed, and old veter...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 December 1895

'"j;."rrVv, , 1 ifs; ? 1 r ( WHITE AXD GOLD. lie Most Brilliant Wedding in Its History of St. Louis. tern.aiiv and Aincrit-n ,3oin Hands la the M l-l-::i!- tf Mi lam Ilnzrl Hum h unit Ilerr I'uui on lioiitnrii, tf i!.is;'ii, (t-ruiMiiy. St. 1 ..,.. J if,.-' ,h."i' v.--s -rs .;. at ti :!n- M.-iiH. in this city. L sny...r. t !. l.: ! Lota'.'.- n is ivcn:n? i- ' ,.-ir. h fi : i:. v. John ay a day. in St. f. ha-. m-c.i in many a :b . Miss tiara I!;..-! 1 3.ivl! fey of .'tdolplnts 1 ::i 1;. pre !f .'. t'hc::er-K.:M.-b Ihvuij.: lu i Ih , r i'a-.tl Yon liontarii. of i iei -.iiiiriv. Ins.!,, -: :.-:it :" ' -, ai'cii. -. V . S 4, tf- , t. 1 I '. V. . '' v.t:.' 'll- ; C"v'. Tin- v "l'iii!- 'vas ;iii' itmr' iit;ihlp .n tlia" v liiie i i .nt ra-'t .? jmrllis ire !'av Tit t-s . 1 I . ;-r t : 1 1. - irmn t !' stall. ; (:::! .i ii::iTr:al wvalth. nic ney has .ut u !'.:: ' in it a- a jiriiue fa-t"r, as !n I l.i asf v,, n,;,iiv unions nf Amur ''an i.-.-'i- v.:':i lt.ivi'.'ii eiit leaii-n. It l.as i....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 December 1895

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Tr.k stains on white pm.ils can be tnr.nvui v snaking in v;:.-r :.r.l then covi'riii!f spot with .or.niiil suits of lemon, llieacii in sjn for half hour, v;ish in si'.ils. rinse and !ry. l':i-.v (..-t-is. Drain tliem well, ,-ir-lar'i- a ,ir-lty -iliiUi r,'!ir r with salt Mid j.eje.er t.i.'i i iaei-oti t!:-M siieesof letnon. t-.-i-.e mtv '!. I villi i!elie::t! slices 'if iuuu :i l.rcad awl i-i.t ;er. Ohio Fanner. ('iiii!''f(:i!i is us if iil fr ta'-insr paint st,i"-i!. fr;m Mark tillc. IVr-si.-KMit ruiiiitii"; is in-.-ev- arv. liluro fortn will :'. !so r..-!nre fuiii'd j! .i.-.h e'ooiis by 1 j i i i isjr :: j-f f nl I v. St : 11 I'd Co iter-. l'ttr the rr.fTee iti tl e top oi a ih.iiilili" boiler. :n!'l l-uil:!'.g water in iii! ci tiiii of a ii;.inl t :nr;i lia;iipir sa'ili-j; l.fi.l. (.ner ei'-sely Mid st' i ;i minute.-;. (loml lloiise kee'iiii'.;'. Cn-aiu 1'ie. I.ineiu: eart'.e--, -eie pan with ri' li -astiv ithm. ba!.ea;,ii leave til. til -.! t . tlt.-ii l':!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 December 1895

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Tiie Democrat Printing Go.!,. 114. THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Pot ffle at taj Uirardvau, Mo., r.ec::id-clai matter. SATl'::i)AY. DiX KMIJKK Vt.j nr.! tri d:iyr 10 liollti-j'oiiti-to clan. cl:tn II . W.liV i ar in the not ! ai.t :i!ieaii . :Kia itinns !). t " him come iixliie take pait anipain. M:. i 5a yard does :a ti in- in touch v. ith the Anier- can jieople. Too many candidates for the offices are coming to the surface. Tlierc- are not ollices enough in the county to ;r T... .. ,. roads in the county who imagines the party owes him an otlire. It mitrht be a irood thinir to have Cleveland run next year, and kt the j people settle this third tern-, racket in I a way th-it will discourajff anybody! fprtrn !vin.' it im ftn m .r(.r...i-..tiin ip t . " ' The fa ft that Sherman ha.- mat .!,. . i- t -1'.iJHIO so Far n hi- hixiK i-vi-iti. m n- u ... ., ., ... iireheusion that other tnnftv states-'. ' .. . . , . . .,.,. i u-.-.- i oolitic...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 December 1895

MIXED UP. Everything of Local Form To be Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. The bteamcr 'herokce could not get through to St. Louis and she has laid up at Grand Tower to wait fr a rise in the river. Jt. K. Gannon and wife went to C'ai ro Saturday, anil Mrs. (iannon will r-ivnd the holidays with relatives and friends in ihatccity. Young; (Hark, the Normal student v.iio mysteriously disapjicaivd from hi ooaruinir house in this city has mil yet heard of. That bur 'anili -tratmann's show j uring ( 'Lri-.tr.ias v if :5o:;iisack .V iiaiow will hum I her.- is no sense ill i-opic sending - heir money away from home to pur chase Christmas presents. l)Ui" )!!'!- hants iiave as nice things as can .he Purchased in any city in the country and they sell just as cheap. Hailroad business seems to 1; pick ing up. The freight trains on our road aiv larger than usual both com ing in and going out. Col. (i.C. Thelenius has lieen con ii'.ed to his lied several days and -he i yet unable to get out. W'ili...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 December 1895

- ii i . I i If i sir r.i 1 ! ;1i . v : , ! i . I. i i'lit i; -ri il THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. .'.nx.-.IS, I'udlisltcr. CAPE GIRAEDEA';. MIStOURI. J DECEIHEEE 1S95. JSe M.! T2S. Fri Sat I 1 2 JjJ G 7 I A JL'iIll 1? M li! Jl5Kil7 IS 19 20' 21! 22 23 !2i 25 2G 27 2S ; ;29;00 ;31i ... ... ... j ... The News Condensed. Important Intelligence Frcm Ail Farts. CONGRESSIONAL. The ProceciiiUKS of the 1 irst Session. Kills were Introduced in the senate on the tih to grant a pension cf $i a month to the widow of tii Inie secretary of state. Gen. W. J. Grcst.am; to form the Indian territory into th: territory of Inukinola; to disfranchise tilbseus uf the L'niuil States who solicit or accent titles, i-utt-nt. of nubility or decrees of honor iruiii forciKii rations: to establish imjsuiI c-aviiiTjs i-anK-?. Senator Morgan Kookv on the subject of the i'-chrint; sea indemnity claims. The tiominatloit of Kuf.is II. l'eckham, of New York, to be associate justice of liie United F.lates supreme court was co...

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. — 21 December 1895

THE DEMOCRAT.' U. II. ADAMS fablixher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. vMISSOTJRi. '- i THE SOUTH AFRICANS. Ad EnglUh View of Their Chanced Con dition. The native tribes of South Africa are ppeedily becoming amenable to civili jzntion. Unlike the red Indians and 'aborigines of Australia, the Kaiiir does not die out as the w hite man proceeds to occupy his country humane laws 'foster the wellbeing of the native. In Natal, especially, the increase in the jblack population is marked and rapid. This fine country, which 50 years ago contained onlv a few thousands of miserable refugees, hiding and fleeing from the ravages of those awful tyrants. Dingnah and Cuaka, now con tains a black population of about 500, rejoicing under the benign rule of the "Quccn-Emprcss" Victoria. It may le that at times the younger men, during a beer-drinking bout, talk some 'nonsensical rant about retaking? the country from the white men. These are speedily silenced by the old men, who will frequently bring- both native wit a...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 December 1895

WHAT THEY SAY. Opinion ' ). nlnent Men I'lion Ihe Vnmi Inn Trouble. lrof. Thou:? S. Wolsev. who holds the chair of ii. -.i-iiational law in the j Be it ordained by the Council of the "Yalo I-aw S.-'n-x-J. speaking, of the! city of Cape Girardeau, Mo., as fol Pivsident'.s iiwh:--j on the Venezuela Uow,: ( dispute, says: "The Preside J las been ill-advised. When he says che dispute between I in described lines or limits. Ik? ant1 Great Britain . wl Venezuela is dan-j jj. 8ameA hereby declared the lire serous u our .ixuonal safety, he says commencing t the intersection of that which ev-ybody knows to be , Morgan Oalc and Aquamsi streets, ridiculous. Tii-. 1 'resident emphasizes j thence running northwardly alonjr the unduly a single -irase of the Monroe center of said Aquamsi street to the ... -.1 i - - . center of William street, thence east- do.tt.-ine. with.,,, lakmg into account wardly a-ong the center of said Wil hc special cir -unstances which the j iam street t the waters odjje ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 December 1895

DEMOGRflT PRINTING CO., PublisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1895. Vol. XXNo. 34 U w s A PFtlNTERS'S LIFE. President Cleveland's last message Yea, verily a printer's life is full of ' to Congress is not creating tlie cnthti changes, but very littlo "change. " He ; siasm that hit Venezuelan message; goeth forth in tbs morning, blithe as'-1'11- In fact, the jieoplo are already! a lark, with an empty stomach, and a ; beginning to ask whether the Vcnezu-1 lack of funds. At the corner ho seeth ' ,'l:in document was not sprung for the : aman on the next block, who owethhim ' express purpose of making an oppor- : 2.15. The man turneth and walketh tuni,' rr pn-xentinjf th- last wins : the other way for he liketh not to meet j Tll:lt nu 'inancial result of the Yen-' the -printer whom ho oweth. The ; ezu.-lan message would b j just exactly ', printer waketh on a little farther and j uIi:it il h;is "'rn -very one knew, and meeleth the bank teller with a draft ! -Mr- "le...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 December 1895

f: -i : x ; h : : r., . m v. y. v !! 1 THE MONROE DOCTRINE. President's Message to Congress on the Venezuelan Question. He Suggests the Authorization by Con gress of a Commission to Determine the Status of Venezuela's Contention, And on the Arrrptanre of the Report of that t'oinmUaion the I'nited States SlauU Firmly as Against ".VII , ful Aggression. - iJVAKinxfiTOS. Doe. IT The president cut to congress the Venezuelan corre spondence accompanied by the follow ing sifrniSecnt message : To the Congress: In my annua: roessaee (addressed to the coapress on the thirl instant, Called attention til thp n.n.l;?T r:-ii!n(!:irr ontroverav between Great ISritain and the re- I public of V-nczuo: a. and recitci! t jc subtan-e ; DI a rcpreseniatio ; ma lo by this sovernmen to her Mi (tannic majesty's Rm-ernsicnt. suir eCHlini; roM way such cispute shiuid Ijc ubinitteil lo arbitration for settlement and in quiring whether it would be so submitted. The answer of the British ir.-rnment.Klili'a Was ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 December 1895

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Cocoanut Cake. Chit cup butter, two cups Euin.r, white of ix eggs, one half teaspoon scda, one tei-t.poon cream tartar, three cups flour, one cup milk, one small cocoanut, riud of a lemon. I'rarie Farmer. An ornamental table mat is made from a piece of olive green felt IS inches t(iiare. The outer edge is cut in the shape of maple leaves, which must lie painted in autumnal tints. The center should be decorated. Frizzled l!cef. Chip the beef as thin as paper with a very sharp knife. Alelt in a frying-pan barter the size of an ep-s-. stir the iicef around in it for three minutes, dust in a little Dour, add a tehcupf ill of cream, boil and serve in a covered dish. i"::rm, Field and Fire tide. Jlaked Siiuash. Cut in pieces, if hard shell, steam; i: soft, pare and fcteam. When soft, mash hue, to every jiint add half a pint of iirt :;d or cracker CTiimlx, a tab!e:;poouf ;il of batter, half a tcactipful of tiiin cream, pepper ar.d fait to taste. Jicat well to-ther and...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 December 1895

? rr'. -.. r ! 3 fr ! ! : - Mil lit I Hi: ' t Tie Weekly Democrat. Published Etfery Saturday by Trie Democrat Printing Go. 114. THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Ortle at Cape Girardeau, m aerauu-ciass matter . SATURDAY. DKCKMBKil 28. I!': Cleveland is liki; the eonUnts of game bat' he is : (ie:id duck. his Our Congressman did not hime to spend the holidays. mis cola weather Has no cileet on David U. Mil!; h; is used to fronts. There is no danger of Kngland. The Kuglishman want to fight the American. win- with .duos not Wo will have no war v.itii Kngland There is no power on earth that cares to light us. We are world conquorcrs, 7 ho ofhee-w.-ekers are beginning to ti; the!.' hats to the voters. They will soon warm up and get down to hand shaking. They have a Justice of the i'eaic down in .Scott county who has held that olKce ever since the Uebels fired on Fort Sumter, and he is still an active oflicial. The Democrat wishes its thousands of readers a happy and prosperous New Year. ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 December 1895

. - TT 3 .v -i ( i : ID UP. fjocal Form To Is of Interest. i hare been looking Jdar for 1SSX5 will be f. it is out and may I the druggists or by in stamps to v.. I. veil. Mass. The new liinly a triumph of art. 1 lovelv head in beauti- surrounded by a gold id and decidedly "up Jakes a vseful ornament sand a pleasant reminder Irsaparila. :lv Democrat and the one in .Magazine both y ?l.s.-,. Yankee has broke loose ' d a machine for milking i;it is this world coming to. tree Monday evening. llOth at the Parochial Hall. one come to the I'aroehial pay evening. ' s tree Monday night. invited to attend the enter- he Parochail Hall Mon- mas tree ca on Rolston jay evening accomji !1. T-U .. T" riue. a ne uutior a irieuuswtTCOn iand to shake his hand and congratu late him. Louis Hamilton, of St. Louis, came down to sjiend the holidays with rela tives . - Miss Lillie Prottit, of Benton, came up Thursday evening to spend a few days with friends. Maj. Brooks came home Monday to jpend the holidays...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 December 1895

FT 4l- THE DEMOCItAT. II. II. A DAM S( Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. The Proceedings of the first Session. In the senate on the 16th petitions wore presented for a restoration of the wool schedule of the McKlnley tariff act. and for one cent letter postage. Hills were Intro duced to exclude aliens from public em ployment; to protect public forest reser vations, and for a railroad bridge across the Detroit river at Detroit In the house Mr. Flynn (O. T.) severely arraigned Secre tary Smith for the delay In the appoint ment of the alottlng agents to allot lands to the Wichita Indians. A bill was Intro duced to reenact the provisions of the Mc Klnley tariff law that cover agricultural products and provisions, wool and manu factures of wool, and silk and silk goods. The president's message on the Venezue lan question occupied the main attention of the senate on the 17th and after it wis read it was referred ...

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