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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 February 1896

THE FARMING WORLD, OUTLETS FOR DRAINS. Cm-mt F.xcvllrnt llr IWrlN4 and llluointlnl.' Unless social cure is taken to jirotoot the outlet of at ip ilrnin. there imlnnr of its lwing- more or l.-ss injuivd. If it is in the jmsliirc. Mock tr.ini-.iiiff alnmt it are lial.le to crowd the tile out of place- or break them. Where land washes very r-.-iMly, heavy ruin, will frequently displace them H is jilso sometimes desirnli'.e to so close the ojieiiinij in the drain thntniiiskr.it, ral"i:ts and other ermin cannot enter it during- a dry time and liuild n h M ruction. Several such devices are il lustrated in the cut. Outlet D is jmrtienlarly united to a tiie which has its opening- in the hank of a creek or ditch some distance from the bottom. It is merely a wall of stone or brick laid in cement. This protec tion prevents the washing away of earth from nltout the outlet or a dis placement of tile or earth by frecxiiifj. VARlOrs STYLES OK IiRAIX CUTLETS. Where stone is al-umlant, this style of...

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 February 1896

NUGGETS AND NUBBINS. "I began life without a cent in my pocket," said the purse-proud man to an acquaintance. "I didn't even have a pocket," re plied the latter, meekly. He Chicago has some of the most beautiful ca!c3 to be found in the country. She Nov,- I understand what you meant when you wrote that you were "drinking in the beauties of Chica- Thoy were talking about the various methods of celebrating the passing of the old year and the comming of the new. "Did you ever dance the old year out and the new year in?'' he asked. "Yes, indeed, scores of timet,"-was the reply. And then she was sorry she spoke. 'You sign this deed of your own free will, do you madam?" asked the notary public. "What do you mean by that?" de manded the large florid-faced woman. "I mean there has been no compul sion on the part of your husband, has there?" "Him!" she ejaculated, turning to look at the meek little man sitting behind her. "I'd like to see him try to compulse me!" Louis Cassier, speaking of l...

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. — 8 February 1896

4 DEMOGRflT PRINTING GO., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1896. Vol. XXNo.,40 AT THE NORMAL. Society Halls Dedicated. And a -.plendid Kn tcrtailiiiicE t ;it-n by tiie Normal students. During the regular session of the lastGeneral Assembly an anpropiia tioo was made; fir the purpose of reeling society halN for '.he lwiiclit of the. various societies of the Third District .Normal School. The llcgcuts have displayed considerable common sense and practical judgment in t!n; construction of The halls, which are not only ornaments to Ike main build ings, but are of an educational value, and v-ill serve as incentives to greater and well directed effort. The Slate of Missouri furnished the means fur erectirg the halls, but itdevoiv -d uji i i the ntemliers of the various soriet.t s to furnish and equip them fir o.-cu-pancy. The halls having b.-en com pleted and furnished, next in order wa-S their dedication, and l:;st Satur day evening had lieon set apart lor this...

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. — 8 February 1896

-ni,i V .- 1 A a- T- i f i V, 1 1-j 1 THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS, J'ubllsher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. It was asserted, on the 31st, that the Standard Oil Co. was about to organize as a corporation, w ith a capital stock of S2o0.0oo,oo0, and go out of the trust business. A memorial service was held in St. George's Episcopal church in Rerlin. on the 30th. in memory of the late Theodore Runyon. I'nited States am bassador to Germany. 1V. Mks. Dr. F. Katiikyn, the lady pin Fi'.-ian who is to he assistant at the Ilopkinsville (Ivy.) lunatic asylum, the first appointee of the kind in the state's history, is a native of Newport, Ky. The secretary of the interior, on the 2Mh. awarded to the Idaho Canal Co. the contract for constructing a canal thronph the Fort Hall Indian reserva tion in Idaho. The amountof the con tract is S'.taooo. Chief CTRrikn of the New York city detective bureau has been requested by the authorities of Dublin castle to look for a quantity of bonds stolen from that c...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 February 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. 11. H. ADAMS 'abllher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOCRi. THE DEAREST ONE. Bhe was of that better clay. .Which gently treads this earthly stage." Mother. In line or language there Is no other Word that tells so clear a story Of life and love and living glory. Like that sweet word. So often heard. And yet so little known. Until Into our soul-life grown, -As that which names the precious one, Who only knows her duty done. When she has folded to her breast Her offspring for a longed-for rest: She, who has fought the prize to win. For a noble life and an entering in Through the gates of Heaven. By promise given. Of yielded life for life, of love for love. For bringing blessings from above, Lifting her offerings up on high. Keady for them to do and die; And this brief verse Would fain rehearse The virtues and the modest worth Of the dearest one in all the earth. Mother. Good Housekeeping. DADDY JOHN'S CLOTHES. Thre had been a royal lire in Paddy John's caliin, and there was still a ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 February 1896

ft V 5i v t-4 in f i ; i The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Tbe Democrat Printing Go. 114 THiMiS STREET. Entered at the l'ost Ofile Bt Cape Girardeau, Mo - as eero ..1-cla.-s matter. SATUKDAY. KKUiil'AKV , ANNOUNCEMENT. 18'.Mi as a re 11 1..I1Z-.U l announce .1. FKAXTv 1'AUJiVKI.U A:- a ear. ! id ate for Assessor of Cape Gir.: :-, ,-;tn cuih,;; subject to the de-ci.-:. n ! v wii. it; lU-pubhcin liom ina in.' cony. .. o.i. M issl.-U C.u-isi fcii- McKi: lie for V --;:.i..cr. for rj.i. of riff. Dutchtowi!. is a The .ftii-k-ion Cash-Book say? F A. j ;. cMtididat for sheriff -liaise iio-s ..ill ! a .i::tiitla'.i- for re -c ! 'lion ;. !ui so far iio oilier lawyer lij. lie.ii mentioned as liis opponent. So far there aw threv candidates out for Assessor, namely--F. II. "We'tjrke, !). A. Xichols and J. Frank Caldwell. 1,. M. Bean will probably be a a candidate for Conn'y Surveyor. Mr. Bean is familiar with tip- duties of that oflie.i. The I'opulisls will afaiii nominate a full ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 February 1896

. 5 MIXED UP. Kverythlnjf of Local Form To be Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. Probate. Court will be in session at Jackson next week. The Eagle Packet Company will run the steamers New Idlewild and Grey Kaglc to this city this war ni tti The two Commission houses on the Levee Albert and McKenna have consolidated their business so far as shipping and receiving is concerned. A gang of horse traders went down to Scott county to-day to worry the honest farmers WEDNESDAY CITY GOVERNMENT. 12 no 1 he Common Pleas Court has lieen i hearing some tax suits this week. Scott received new potatoes new tomatoes vesterdav. daj" to-day scraping up the mud on mud a foot (.hecokee will run between St. Louis and Grand Tower. That will give us steamboat accommodations that we have never before had. iuc-Kiouna nog tailed to e; his the streets. Thev found shadow yesterday and that neans that ' deep on Spanish street. tho b.'lf 'Lrl.nnA .f ..:., : . 1 i i A merchant of Niles, Michigan anta to locate in...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 February 1896

mi Ttitf jfr'" ji-:'?SM,mK' f .V V- 1 i f ; to A DOUBLE LAUNCHING. The Slnmrr LaGrnnrie DnrhMH find th GanlMMtt Helena Take to Water Fwn the Same Ways-A Large Afl4enilta at Newport News (Vs.) Iork Yard to Wlt neKH the Ceremony or Chrlnteninjr the Heleua by Miss Steele. Newport News, Va., Jan. 31. The pnnboat Helena, added to the Cnited States force afloat in the presence of Admiral I5unce"s mysterious squadron of evolution, is an exact duplicate of the Wilmington, launched with the cruiser Nashville, from the adjoining ways of the Newport News Ship-IJuild-ing and Dry Dock Co., October 10 last, that occasion foeinjr made memorable by the presence of the secretary of the navy and a distinguished otlicial party. She is 13-knot vessel of about 1.400 tons displacement, 2."D feet lonr with the light draft of nine feet, adapting her for service in shallow rivers and, when in commission, will carry a com plement of 170 officers and men. A main battery of eight four-inch quick fire rifles, e...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 February 1896

x " ' AGRICULTURALHINTS GOOD COUNTRY ROADS. V Popular Demand for Them Is Being Created Everywhere. Massachusetts has probably taken a more advanced iositioi. than any other elate in appropriating' money raised by taxation for road purposes, and is aiding- townships and counties with lib oiiil amounts, when equal appropria tions are made by them, and it is ;ios fciiile that state has devised methods aiid plans for constructing' roads that Nill be tlie nearest perfect, and also in economy in spending' money appropri ated. With mi- acquaintance with country roacis and streets in the cities of north ern Pennsylvania, more than ."' years, it seems to me that one of the most important problems, even when lib eral amounts of money are appropri cted, is the question how to expend the money to derive proper value. The custom which prevails in our section is to lay road taxes which ar-: worked out by the landholders, under super visors or roadinasters, in an indifferent way ami at their conve...

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

First Fix Filley. Some days ajro the leader-Democrat tipped off the fact that ''DeOle Man"' would not favor Spring-field for the convention unless there was some thing; in it for Filley. And to Mr. Filley this '-something;'' must be a tangible evidence of the sinews of get there and none of your health reoeipes. The influence that Mr. Filley has ex erted now and then for years has been the sole source of his revenue and it is not his purpose to give it away right now when it is supposed to In in a condition to count as it never counted before. First fix Filley and then Springfield will lie in line for the State Convention. And a Walbridg. boom is not a necessary adjunct either. Worth Ten Dollars. To any family, is Dr. Kaufmann's book on diseases: finely Illustratea plates from life; don't be humbugged, but cure yourself . Send three 2-cenl stamps for postage to A. 1. Ordway & Co., Doston, Mass.. and reeeive a coppy five. The 1'lrt.l Klet-tric Locomotive. Philadklphia. I'a., Febr...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 February 1896

DEMOGRAT PRINTING GO., PuDIisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1896. Vol. XX No. 41 $10,000 FIRE At Jackson Night. Tuesday The Mad Flames Wreak Destruction on ttae Property of Mr. Dor meyer, Herman Mueller, and Others. The serenity which hovered over the little city of Jackson Tuesday Bight was suddenly disturbed by the loud cry of fire, the pattering of many feet as they hurried along the streets, the cracking of fire and the hissing of the mad flames as they bounded on ward and upward, illuminating the entire city and laying destruction in its path. The fire originated in Dormeyer's store, and before the alarm was sounded the interior of the store room was a solid mass of flames. Mr. Dormeyer lost all he had in the store. He carried a big stock of poods on which ho had only twenty-five hundred dollars. The store building was a -two-story bri'k building and was the property of Herman Mueller. In the basement of the building Mr. Mueller had stored about eighteen...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 February 1896

i 1 v 1 it t .VI THE DEMOCRAT. It. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. Tue crop of Cuban sugar, the grind ing of which has been finished, amounts to 17,000 bas of centrifugal sugar. Hon. William II. Exolish, capital ist, statesman and literateur, died in Indianapolis, Ind., on the Tth, after an Illness of six weeks. TnE Union Republican club of Wash ington is arranging for a celebration to be held in that city, on the 22d, of the fortieth anniversary of the birth of the national republican party. TnE British Press association an nounces that the Scotch oil combine has completely dissolved, with heavy losses to its investors, and that the Standard Oil Co. is again master of the situation.! Failures for the week ending on the 7th, as reported by R. G. Dun & Co., were, for the United States, 323, as against 281 for the corresponding week last vear. For Canada the failures were 36, against 58 last year. A report from Cuba, on the 6th, asirl that. Gen. Maceo and his main a...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 February 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIIlAUIJEArr. . MISSOURI. MAKING CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS. An English Factory Tarns Out Many far John Boll's Delectation. In England Christmas puddings are manufactured on a large scale. The largest 'Christmas pudding on record was supplied to the English Mediter ranean fleet last year. It weighed 200 pounds, measured three fet across and -was two feet deep. A special basin liad to be constructed for the purpose of cooking it, and, taking into account the time spent in stoning the plums nd scalding the almonds, it took close upon three weeks before the gigantio .mass was ready to be sent away. L p to now no commercial genius has had the enterprise to construct a build ing for the special purpose, but such a -structure is likely to be raised in the near future, in consequence of the world-wide demand for the good old English Christmas pudding. From al most every country on the globe arrive orders for Christmas puddings. One firm alone sends year...

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 February 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 TH-i'MiS STREET. Ei.ien-d at l-oATl'KDAV, at Cape Girardeau, IT. .. '...CAItV lf, CEMENT. lS';)ti -i:s.sni:. i.f.l i announce tfs:r of Cape Jeet io the (in- ill noi!l- !:trs of i i is g'ttmg S fro!!! till." some press orgJU.S Iti.tt ii),' count .iliif - w;h makes alwr. ys tin? man or with the Dcm ihcy did not bid , .y v r;ii!Dt in.; power invested in ? : s mayor of the town of Benton. : A iJ.-fiu., editor of the Xews . . r;es a gun. The National Democratic platform will be full of planks this year, but t'? plauks will not all lead in the same direct-ob. This contract f tue county printing w.i; awarded bv ilu County Court last week to .In; i )i-:mockat. There was o ' one !ij i 1. Don't vr w::-'!i yi-.: : r-offiv. surely fiil CP.'-ITIV. it.h to your friends hi to .support you of the letters will ihe hit litis of the Missouri is for McKinley for Presi dent by a large majority. The chairman of the Republican ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 February 1896

MIXED UP. RTeryttatn or JLoeal Form To be Foud TUat Is of IninrtL MONDAY. Frank Canz. we understand, i is ing j Th City of Monrea passed np the The Bicyclist of France. Ignorance Wu BUM. rirer last night. John Langloia went Ed. Democrat: Charles Jones and Sarah Riley, on board to accept the position of ; In a recent number of the Demo- j both living at St. Louis, secured a first clerk. ;CEat I read a very .interesting ac- i marriage license last Wednesday and The contractors will soon be rtadr count of a eonSiet between tw bier- Itold a peculiar story. to turn over the kevs the St. o return to this city and go into bcsi- !CtrIe Hotel building. ies again. FVobate Court at Jackson win be ia -ession ail ihis week. 3-rnis Kraft, fona-riy shipping .erk fr ties. Albert Grooer Co ' has axvpvd a j.uitioa a clerk oa '' "be steamer Cherokee. Lime C-arren Glenn started to fa? ' public school th;- Eon.nj. JLs tirst :ay at M-hool will be h "r? his name isa it w.i l- a Cay fast he TarasDAY. sever...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 February 1896

1 ? 9 i A FIEND INCARNATE. 'hlpjcd Hii Seven. War-Olil Daughter to !alb with a Kawhlde Itouclit for tha fur(icM The I ad Child's Hoily Cut to the Ilone and Disrolored t rora llrule Kubhrd lieefa' Gall Into the Gaping Wouutln Lynching 1'robalile. Jacksox, Mich., Feb. 8. Jerry Scott, e colored man of lllaekman township, uuder arrest for whipping his seven-ycar-oM daughter to death Thr.r.lay. SicoU admits whipping' her for soiling her litnlding-, but claims that she died from kidney trouble. On Monday he brought a rawhide villi which the death blows were struck in his ang-er at not getting rid rf her. Her leg's are marked in a score of places and on her hands and arms and left shoulder are cuts which seem to hare been made with terrible blows by a whip or some sharp instrument. The flesh is cut clear down to the shoulder bone. The eyes of the dead child are also black and swollen, show ing that she had been struck in the ace many times. At the inquest Thomas A. King tes tified that Sco...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 February 1896

AGRICULTURAL HINTS. KOGHOUSE AND YARDS. A Striking Jforrlty In the Line of Con-, venient Viggvrie. The accompanying- illustration rei. resents an casily-ron; tructed hog-house and system of yards which I rind to lie ijuile convenient, r'iir. l is an ex tciior view of the house, only a por tion lieiiijr shown, which is covered with lK:;:rds and battens. The outer po.-ts are 3 feet hiirli; the rafters are 24 feet lonfr. and meet at a common iint. Ti-j. 2 shows the ground plan of the house and yards; a a, etc., are ixJ posts no. 1. PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF PIGGERY. reaching' from the rround to the roof; b h and c c are doors to each pen. The pi'-os of pens and lots are represented it: the cuts. For roofing I used lxl 2 boards; 1,530 feet were required. To aoid wa--;te in cutting-, get one-haif of this in 1G loot lengths, one-fourth ia 14- . 0 YAR3 rerr. f:g. : -GKOVXD 1T.AX OF riGGl:3T AX YAi;rs, foot, and the remainder 12-foot. For partitions and yards, use jr-foot fene- p-.'ii.- ANATOMY O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 February 1896

Work of Counting the Gold. New York, February 12. Inside the Sub-Treasury, in the gold room, there was a scene of activity all day. Fifteen counters are engaged on the accumulation of gold which has rush ed into the institution in the last few days as payment for bonds. The pay ments have already aggregated about $25,000,000. Employes of the Sub Treasury have been nearly swamped in the rush. 1 hough to-day was a holiday and the institution was not open for any new business, the werk of examining and counting the gold, which has piled up, still went on. Out of the $25,000,000 in gold re ceived about $16,000,000 has already been examined, leaving about $9,000, 000 still to go throngh the hands of the counters. But this will be added to to-morrow, when more payments are sure to be made. The gold which the counters worked on tavday represented, or nearly all of it did, the smaller payments on bonds. The examination of these smaller payments is more than usually difficult because the gol...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 February 1896

It 4 DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PublisUers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1896. Vol. XX No. 42 TENNESSEE FOR REED. FROM LINCOLN'S LOG. art PAVEMENTS OF CORK. i Muteri.il That Possesses Many Ad- TALKING AGAINST TIME. THE STUDENTS REBELLED. BLACK SNOW. Fatal Mistake of the McKlnley Men In Organizing the House. Washington, D. C, Feb. 18. When thecombine that controlled the election of the officers of the House turned down Mr. Tipton of Tennessee for Doorkeeper, the Tennessee Represent atives were very angry. Their anger iavcl Illinois Will Prpivni t. ih. ICepublican National Convention. I vantages Over I'resenl Styles. Illinois will not allow the Republi- I Aa H, licle in lne liotoa can National Convention at St. anJ Sl,ral Journal for Oct. 24 on Louis next June t forget the State the subject of a cork pavement is at that produced Abraham Lincoln. The ' ull"Z mu attention at the north, presiding officer of that convention aud il ls not unllKe'y b followed ran f- ith ,, i...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 February 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. It. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAFE GIRAKDEAU. - MISiOUEL Thb regular session of the British parliament was opened on the 11th. Rev. Dr. Sanford Hunt, agent of the Methodist publishing house. New York, dropped dead in the ('.rand hotel at Cincinnati, on the night of the loth. The house, in committee of the whole, on the 13th, rejected, 41 to 118, the proposition of Mr. Long (rep., Kas.) to coin the output of the silver mines of the United States at the ratio of 10 to 1. TnE house committee on military af fairs ordered a favorable report on a bill appropriating S15.S00 for the pay ment of damages resulting to property from the explosion of a caisson at Chi cago during the riots in 1S!4. Faiiat.ks throughout the country for the week ended on the 14th, as re ported by R. G. Dun & Co.. were 321, against 270 for the corresponding week last year. For Canada the fig ures were CT, against 51 last year. Sevkral socialists, including Ilerr Fisher, one of the socialist leaders in t...

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