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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 January 1896

THE DEMOCRAT.) B. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIlUEDEAU. - MlSSOUHi. WHEN I AM OLD. Is there a realm called Age, within ir.e realm of Time? And by what sign, in summer bloom or winter rime. May its fixefl boundaries be toid? How may I know the landmark set beside the- way? Wl;t v.aniir standeth, when I cross the line, to say: "Now art thou old." I note tr.e j.assir.s shadows of the fiyirg years. The flashine and the fading of revolving sii)r.-s. The chirn'-s In starry belfries tolled. Cut in my heart I feel no withering, no de cay. Hope is undimmed end joy unq jenched. Th-n who nny say That I am iad? Tet. far behind, the back ward-Fti etching path I trace; And close t- f.re. the hilis whose sur.stt Bl-.w I fare. Whir- evening spreads her couch .-f col.!. How lonsr-so-cV-r old age its corclr.ir mny X knew, i arring death only, sometime I must say: "Now am I o'J." Tis well. After the summer flush, the autumn i:low. After the autumn, winter'spuretrarsfipur- ing snow. Albeit his friendly...

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. — 18 January 1896

! j V - ! 'I r St.? 'i ; 1 The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post l)fll at Cape Girardean, M., as secotid-clasd matter. SATL'KDAY, J ANL'AIIV is. l'.Ki. Cleveland lias evidently overlooked or forgotten the practical maxim in polities Th:it tho -statesman who loses his 1e:n)v!- is ;t! al-o to lose his ease. Slate Au.litor Seibert says if tan Iteimliliaiir. tm-n i i fin out of otliee he will return to ('apt: (jirardeau ami re wi'aui.e the IVmoiTalie parly. Ho will lintl -iiui Tray'' a very dead loi't Kn-land has a sort of Monroe doc- ! trine to maintain in to maintain in South Afr ca. and there will Ik-trouble if Germany ! or anv ot!u r nation makes any prac tical objection to it. j Before Senator Cm krell accepts a Democratic nomination for Governor of his Stale, he should ak the advice of Senator Kill, who has hail sonic experience in a matter of that kind. Speaking of candidates for the Presidency, it is imp...

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. — 18 January 1896

MIXED UP. KKrythiDj or Local Form To Found That Is or Interest. MONDAY. be The Cape Route have issued their rbousand mile tickets for . -lohn Hatcher will visit his brother ixK Advance this week, where he will wnd several days hunting. Miss Jennie Hunter, of New Madrid, "bo has been visiting the family of Hon. Louis Houck. returned home lst Wednesday. -Sackmann & Boss are taking con rderable orders for spring clothing. They have an elegant lot of samples seclcct from and their prices are -easonable. Henry Ntissbauiu's horse, attached i his delivery wagon, ran away late Saturday afternoon and did consider able damage. A lady and her son i ho were in the wagon at the time -ere thrown out and rei-eived severe injuries. This is a boy's composition on girls yie says: '"Uirls art? the only folks bat has their own way every time. iJirls is of several thousand kinds, jnd sometimes one girl can lie like -eveial thousand girls all at once if -iie wants to do anything. They are ilso like k...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 January 1896

fa jC4 .JOSS-" f. b,j.T' 1. 1 wlTrr. w X- .... MX i- - BREAKING. The Tension in the Relation Hetweea P.m. gland and (iermany Thought to be Urad. ally f:-laxiiig-Meantime Preparation! fort lie Worst are Being Kapldly rushed Forward -Preparing t Strike a Swift Blow Agaiust Any Enemy. Loxihix, Jan. 9. Dispatches from Cape Colony continue to dribble in, but the freshest of them received to-day was two days old, showing 1 hat the telegraph and cable companies are either clearinr up the accumulation of old business or that the government fetill refuses to allow the transmission of news dispatches. Much interest is manifested here in the receipt of intelligence that will Show the attitude of Hon. Cecil I'liodcs. lately prime minister of Cape Colony, who is -stronply suspected of ha villi; much to do with the dispatch of Mr. .lamieson's force to the Trans vaal. Hut until the normal condition of the telegraphic service is resumed not Muff on this point can be stated delinilely. and nothing b...

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. — 18 January 1896

AGRICULTURALISTS. SPLENDID BANK EARN. The Style Most Popular Anion); the Farm' era of Pennsylvania. It is an old saying- that settlements ot Pennsylvania Germans ("Dutch") mav b- Known by their rel barns anil small houses. This is true of 'he linrns. and. v line the houses are not so large as the barns, they are always substantial and II X - 1 1 wen luruisiiMi. me accompanying plans of a type of bank barn nuite c.mimon in the central tortion of the ft ate. The size given is intended for a iurm of 100 acres. The length f the : J -J J; I 1 N. rr.X.NSYLVAXIA 11 A NIC BARX. riain structure is 65 feet, with a width of CO1,:, feet, there being an overshoot of lC.si feet in front. The shed for uraw is 40 by 30'- feet. The basement or stable walls are built of stone, and nre 10 feet to the floor above. The base nent is furnished with large windows on three sides and will conveniently t-lahle ten horses and 16 cows, besides (riving space for a large cistern, apple cellar, root cellar, harnes...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 January 1896

- - if- "FATHERS" AND BIMETALLISM. Jefferson, Hamilton and Jackaon Opposed tUe Cheap Dollar. In a note on the establishment of a mint Thomas Jefferson in 1791 wrote as follows : The proportion between the value of gold and silver ia a mercantile problem altogether. Just principles will lead us to disregard legal proportion! altogether, to inquire into the market price of gold in the several coon tries witHSrblch we shall principally be con nected in commerce and to take an average from them. In a letter to Mr. Hamilton in Febru ary, 1793, Mr. Jefferson expressed his opposition to cheapening the dollar or reducing the monetary unit. He said of the dollar : I very much doubt a right now to change the value and especially to lnwn it. It would lead to so easy a mode of paying off their debts. Should it be thought, however, that con gress may reduce the value of the dollar, I .should be for adopting for our unit, instead of the dollar, either one ounce of pure silver or one ounce of stan...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 January 1896

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publistiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1896. Vol. XX No. 38 NOT UNLAWFUL ,N A trancethree days, i die f a broken heart To Shave on Sunday. LOTS OF LAW liM IT. INGERSOLL'S REPLY. FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE. The Supreme Court Knocks Out tlie Lancaster Karber I.w and Our Barber Shops Can Now do liuslness on Sunday. Division No. People Would Not Disturb a Itellslous Fought Through Two Wars and Was Wear's Case Continued to February ; says He Is Not Converted and Feels The National Association's Twenty Enthusiast or Cincinnati. Refused a Tension. 1 "-More Complications Arise. as lie Always Ild. Eighth Annual Convention. Cincinnati, )., January 20. - A re- j Denver, Colo.. Jan. 20.-Sixty- i Poplar Bluff, Mo., January 21. ; New York, Jan. 21. Col. Robert Washtncton. D. C, Jan. 23. The markable case of self-hypnotism is re- i nine years old. bowucd down hv age ' taJ' wsthe secoud day of the Wear j Ingersoll has returned from the West, twenty-eighth annual...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 January 1896

T '4 v- I! if a 3i II' r IS is V is 1 m f. ; s THE MONROE DOCTRINE Will Brrame a Portion of the Written Law of the Land, mild No Longer & Mere ShaiioK-f Myth The Senate Committee -on Foreign Relations Adopt. With More SSindtn? Amendments, benator Davis .Joint Resolution. Wasuixgto:;, Ja:i. 18. The senate committee on foreign relations mot at 10:45 a. m. for the purpose of consider ing the Moar'ie doctrine resolution now before that committee. AH nieai fcers were present but one. Mr. Gray made nn elaborate argu ment against the adoption of a resolution affirm-.njr the Monroe doctrine, but his argument fell pon deaf ears. The committee was overwhelmingly in favor of such resolution. It was proposed by Mr. Davis, Minnesota, chairman of the sub committee, and was, after prolonged auscussion made still stronger in one or two particulars. The application of the doctrine, by various secretaries of state, has led to contradictory positions, and one mem ber of the committee maintained, t...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 January 1896

bXMij'J "r.i iii I i 1 ii .1 FARM AND GARDEN. ASPHALT PAVEMENTS. A. New York I-ady Describes How They Are I'ut Doun. Did you ever watch mca laying; un. asphalt pavement? This morning a crowd of men are finishing-such a lave ment in front of my window, i'irst there apjeared, about two weeks njro, some nu'ii with picks; and in a litlle while all the paving1 stones were loose, and soon they were picked up and curtcd away. Xext carts appeared having coars-e pravtl and dirt which were spread over the street. This was left for a few day. This morning a crowd of men appeared with shovels, brooms and euriou!--!ook-ing- tools. A big- pan on u ln-eis w;:s ut at the corner. 1'uder this p:;n was a Hat pieee of iron in which were holes; a fire was made on this, and the pan was filled with a soft, tar-like substance of about the consistency of coal dust. A little further away a pot filled with liquid tar was placed over another fire and was soon boiling1. This tar the men poured from a pail nt th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 January 1896

it Hi mil 11 n y.1nt7 Tfc" ""iT If jjr ' Till ' Af 11 rLT--if lift 4 , J l! -j - p. Ms iV Ir i The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Be Democrat Printing Go. 114. THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as secoud-claBs matter. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2., 189i. So far there aro about four candi dates out far each of the county offi ces in this county. They have several cases of small pox at Bird's Point, and Cairo has quarantined against this side of the river. Cleveland's rowl at the British lion is a bid for a third terra, but this time the Republicans will furnish the substitute. We have no time to waste oi. that cranky cock-eyed Irishman who has been trying for months to ret us to notice him. The Sheriff of Wayuo county has control of the Greenville Journal. lie has about twelve columns of tax sales running in that paper. There are two Democrats after the Jackson post oflico Joe Schmucke and Dr. Miller and the prospects for a lively tight aro good. D...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 January 1896

MIXED UP. ETerythtnic of Local Form To be Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. "Wedwe some "lane duck" on our books who must pay or they will be published as dead-beats. Business is business, and we intend to do business as it should be done. So you fellows had better step up to the office and settle. Dr. Relston is going to housekeep ing. He will probably rent John L. Miller's house on Lorimier street. Henry Meysteadt tells us that he has packed over fourteen hundred head of pork hogs this season. If the party who took II. S . Deane's buggy Sunday night does not return same on or before Wednesday morn ing he surely will be arrested as Mr. Dearie knows the guilty party but does not caro to expose him. All he wants is his buggy . The railroad company has put in a switch at the Hock Levee for the ac commodation of the Cape Brewery & Ice Company and the Brewery will now get its wood by rail instead of bulling it on wagons. From this data on local reading no sices will Ik? inserted in...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 January 1896

'nTTT Txnirnrcn i m It. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAFE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. The Moskowski Viedemoste (Moscow Gazette) urges Germany to curb Great Britain's aggressive policy in Africa. The Pall Mall Gazette is authority for the statement that Cecil J. Ehodes, ex-premier of Cape Colony, sailed from Cape Town for England on the 15th. Tin; Brazilian government has con cluded a contract for the immigration of 100.000 foreigners, Italians being excluded from the provisions ol the contract. M. Emii.e Loi'BKT, formerly prime minister of France, minister of the in terior and minister of public works, was. on the 16th, elected president of the French senate. A Dispatch from Portsmouth, jfin pland, on the 13th, said that the Rrit ish channel squadron was ready for tea, with provisions on board sufficient to last six months. While a party of young ladies were skating on the river near Decatur, Ind., on the 14th, the ice gave way and Miss Elva Rex went under. A tramp plunged in and rescued her. A C...

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. — 25 January 1896

(3 ' THE DEMOCRAT. Ji. II. ADAMS, Publinher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOCKL TO MY SWEETHEART. O hcre s to the sweetheart I never have -The one fairest woman my ld&J, my queen "HV'ho thralls me v;lth mystery, calls me her own, nd sweeps up 1 he stairs of my heart to her throne, 'yith a pride of possession so charmingly sweet 'That I smile at the confident sound of her feet, .Jls I reach out my arms with a yearn'r.g that she X'uderstands as she sinks on my v.-eiconV.ng knte, VTith a look so appealing, so fond and s--""ene The dear Utile sweetheart I never have ston. Her eves are the eyes of a dove, and her rr.eath Js a liit of old Egypt a dream of the south -As It lies like an Island of rubies a-shine In a sea of warm lilies and all of them ir.'ie! Vo chir.el of Athens no graver of Rome yo mas'.cr a'nroau, and no painter at home. E'er co'oi e-J a Venus or carve d a Faustino. Jls fai: as my sweetheart I iitver have s-; in. Her voiee Is a lute, and the coil of her arm Is a ciJe-ncu of l...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 January 1896

v -Vi-i in ' 5 i.l f 7 If. I- : V, V 1 la. Semi-Annual Statement Of TH Financial Condition OF THg City of Gape Girardeau, Mo. ON THg THirtu-FirstDauot December, 1895, Also showing the Receipts and Disburse ments from the various funds of said City, for the six months ending on said date. Receipts n Disbursements -cseneral Revenue Fund. Cash in Treasury July 1, 1895 1 680 961 Receipts. From taxef, Year 1894 and previous years: Ileal estate 332 4." PersonaL 40 35 Year 1895 Ileal estate and personal 2 5 72 2 909 52? From ad valorem taxes: Dramshop 5 12 Merchants 396 10 401 22 from Special Tax Bills. Improvement f streets: Independence streeet Between Spanish and Lorimier streets. 19 62 Frederick street Be tween Indendence and Merriwether streets. . 41 13 Between Merriwether and William streets. 21 46 Between William and Good Ueie 32 9S 115 19 Themis street Between Frederick and Sprigs streets 171 7" Middle street Between Broadway andThemis streets " 44 172 91 From Special Tax Bills. Re...

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. — 1 February 1896

Vol. XX No. 39 CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1896. DEMOCRAT PRlNTiHG GO., PaDllStiers. ROYAL TOMBS IN CYPRUS. lUstoverles of Ilcccnt AriUacolosl cal Kxplorer. Dr. MaxO. ItirhU-T, who has fpont IhirUtn years in arHiaeolojr'wal ex ploration in Cyprus, rwt-nvly fave before the 1 loyal l:iititut &f Hriti-h Architects an interesting afcount of his important discovery of royal tombs at Tamassos. anil a sUHunary jf the ev idence on which is based his theory that Graeco-Phoenieian ar;hi tecture found in Cyprus upplied to the Hellenes tlw materials for the formation f the Ionie Greek volute. Dr. Uiehter has established .satisfac torily that the tombs, as well as many other Cypriote antiquities, be long to the und of the seventh or be ginning of the sixth century before Christ. He had als shown conclu sively that the stone architectural or namentation was intended to represent earlier wood construction, and that many of the forms are still found in the woodwork and archi...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 February 1896

"XT -r "V e t l- -v v i mm mm I: V 1 I; s it: t'-:l r Ik ? -. k It- 1 -v V THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - M1SS0CR.. S 1 ws According to the surveys of an agent of the British governmentall that por tion of Forty-Mile creek in Alaska where gold has been discovered be iongs to the United States. V FAn-rRES for the United States for the week ended on the 24th, as re ported by R. G. Dun & .Co., were 373, against 363 for the corresponding week last year. For Canada the failures were 61, against 59 last year. Miss Agses Belle Seele, daughter f the mayor of Helena, Mont., has been selected to christen the new trun boat Helena, which will be launched at the works of the Newport News (Va. Ship Building and Dry Dock Co. on the 80th. The American Agricultnralist,.which reported the value of farm animals J. throughout the country in 1S93 at S3,- li 483,083,000, now places their value, on .1 January 1, 1896, at 81,800,420,000. a shrinkage for the three years of $02...

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. — 1 February 1896

r - r-r- - ,BI" r -, 1 : -. m-m - - - - J i I 1 i 'S I I THE DEMOCRAT. 1. II. ADAMS, fubll.taer. -CAPE .GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. HE WAS AX APACHE. BY CHABLES MICKELSOX. IIEY were all gone. The floor' of the little canyon was covered with the debris of the camp. There were the ashes of all the little tamp tires, thebonesof horses and cattle slaugh tered for food, and if'JxK all the rest of the litter to show where 100 Apaches had trade their stronghold for two months. The Indian looked down upop the place and couldn't understand it. He liad only been, pone a few days to see if the soldiers were coming frcin the -west, and when he left his 100 fellows were still enjoying the fruits f their great raid. They had as many horses and oxen as they could -Irive be fore them, and the squaws were pray with the rings and watches that had been torn from the bodies of those who had met the column on its wild ride from the reservation to the Mexican mountain. It didn't take him long to under stand. Th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 February 1896

:n 'ritw'VvH?4Ci : -v7rr. - ?-. ft ! ' i) I ' 'A i u, .., :jy 1 J-s!- if 1 : t 1 J j ft "; . -SWhy I .- . I ; II' The Weekly Democrat Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Prlntlna Co. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered st the Post Offle Cape Girardeau, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1896 ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR ASSESSOR. We are aurtnonzan M announce J. FRANK CALDWELL, As a candidate for Assessor of Cape Girardeau county, subject to the de cision of the county Republican nom inating convention. The Republicans of Indiana are for Gen. Harrison for President and they will send a solid Harrison delegation to the St. Leuis convention. Railroad building in Southeast '"Missouri is not yet ended. Southeast Missouri is a great country and there is lots of room for railroads yet. 5rur The v ear habeus corpus case will nnw trrk in tVia Kimreme ( ' n rt The Court of Appeals has no jurisdiction in felony cases. The country is looking to the Re publicans to' make better times and the Re...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 February 1896

AMUSEMENTS. "A BAGGAGE CHECK"' Opera House, Feb. 5 MUSICAL ENTEIIT A IN M EXT M . E. Church, Opera House, Feb. 10. MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT Young Men's Society of the Nor mal. Opera House. Feb. 22. EXTERTAIXMEXT-Public School Hall. Feb. 22. MIXED UP. Krerythtnc of Local Form To be Found That is of Interest. MONDAY. This is a list of the graduates of the public school who will receive their diplomas tomorrow: Alma Buehr aaann, Elma Buehrmann, Ouida Brooks. Mata Ba-tols, Rosa Chi. An tonio Astholz. Marguerite Oliver, Ger trude Alexander, Chas. DeLisle. Fred Pott. Will Woody. Robert Eckhart and Henry Hueneke. of Bird's Point, Mo reclamation establish- The Mayor has issued a prod ing a quartine against Charleston and Jiear ricinty on account of the small- Tom Juden returned home from St. ouis afterspeadinga week on pleasure ; Henry Bruihl. of Oak nidge, is j ..rne Fa"e of Virginia" bv Mar-' ffeth'' with just enough coherence to and business. . here attending the Common Plea, . oiiver-eapti...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 February 1896

4 ..JJCjr I M i r :- f i I n't fh4 V I) ; It NATIONAL COXVEXTIOX Of Silver ' Men of the Conrrtry to Meet in St. Louis. Text of the Call and the Apportionment of Uelejrates The Platform M 1'roiiiulgated by the Waah lngton Conference. Washington, Jan. 24. yhe silver con ference developed a degree of impor tance beyond expectation. It has re sulted in a call for a national conven tion at St. Louis, July 22. A national committee, composed of democrats ex clusively, has'been formed. Delegates iinve been apportioned among the btates, and an address has been issued. CALL KOIl THK C ISVESTIOS. A convention of the qualified voters of the "Cnitod States who believe in the principles this day enunciated by this conference, and wl:o are williuj to subordinate party allegiance am: fealty to t'uoss principles and tosurport -the nominee of the national convention pro Tiunl for by this conference, shall be held at the city of St. Louis. Mo., on the 21 day of July. 1"M. at the hour of Iu''clock noon...

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