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

THE DEMOCRAT. 1J. II. ADAMS, rublliher. APE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. RECONCILED. She cair.e when, waked by May-time weather, The first rosebud Its leaves unfurled. And Joy and Hope and Love together. Went singing round the happy world. And as she flowered and expanded To perfect grace on evcrv side, "We lived as In a land enchanted. Wherein all things seem glorified. Y?e never dreamed God had but sent her Into the world, this wonder-child. To teach our hearts to be more tender. And show us beauty undented; And when her Heavenly mission ended God called her spirit back to Him. Our hearts with agony were rended. Our eyes with bitter tears were dim; And as with faltering feet we bore her To her last earthly resting place. And saw the turf heaped darkly o'er her. Hiding the gloi-y of her face, "We turned away with stony faces. Refusing to be comforted; God is not Love, and he misplaces His trust who ihir keth so," we said. Hut now all past our foolish chiding. All hushed our wailing, vain...

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 March 1896

Showing the County and Township Indebtedness of Cape Girardeau County on the 3rd day of February, 1896; also a detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures of said Connty, (except receipts and expenditures on ac count of the Public School Funds ) for the year ending on the 3rd day ef February, 1896, published by order of the County Court under the require ments of Section 3187 of Revised Statutes of Missouri of 1889. INDEBTEDNESS. Cape Girardeau County None. CAPE GIRARDEAU TOWNSHIP. Bonds Issued Ueooml- j Date ol j Time 10 Kale or Amount No. of nation. Issue. I Hun. Interest. Outstanding. $ 500 Julyl, 1W'. 20 years 8 per cent S 1000.00 5 $ 1000 Julv 1, 1869 20 years 8 per cent 5000.00 153 $ 1000 Mav 1. 1S64')-2Q years 4&5 percent! 153000.00 Total Indebtedness of the Township $159000.00 N. B. The $6,000 are the original Railrod Bonds issued, the (153,000 were issued to Compromise Railroad Bond. RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 1895 COUNTY REVENUE FUND: DR. CR. Feb 4. To Balance ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 March 1896

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1896. Vol. XX No. 45 DEM06RAT PRINTING GO., Publistiefs. A FALLING TREE Kills Mrs. Charles Bren neke. Her Skull Wait Crashed and Her Body ! AlmoHt Burled In the Karth. Mrs. Charles Brenneke, a widow, i ho resides on fcer farm about a mile uul vm "KUt north of Kelso lost hor life Tuesday jown. quilt- -Well, I II oe ol morning. Mrs. Brenneke's sons were rnedJ 1 ller teld "k th;it half cutting down a tree near the , women folks died of freezing, and Mrs. Brenneke was standing near bv. now the' want freoze mo' to'" was When the tree started to fall one of not 80 vo,i' far wron8- For miln-v the boys called to his mother to get 'ears Physicians and dress reformers out of the way. The lady ran in the have contended that the majority of direction the tree was falling but the ' worD,;n hurt oir health b not drus9' tree caught her and her brains were1 in warml-v enKh and bow they arc knocked out and her body almost;8' that the bict,e U "P11 buried...

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 March 1896

fa I 3 VETER RICHAKD KENEICK Tho Agod Archbishop of St. Louis is No More. IK-.th Called Him Away Peacefully After Lone and Laborious IMy Devoted to the Strrice of the Char-;h of liouie St. Locip, March 5.Most Her. Peter "Richard Kenrick, archbishop of the Jiocese of St. Louis for so many years, and for the last few months of his declining- years archbishop of Marcian- polis, died yesterday at his home on Ijindcll avenue. The exact hour when the lamp of life in one of America's greatest and most-renerable prelates became extinct was J:j.' p. m. Tho end was calm and peaceful as an in fant's slumber. The only persons in the (archbishop"s lied room at the time of his death were Tom Franklin, his faithful ne gra servant, and Hattie Mullarkey, one of the housemaids. About 12:30 Tom prepared a hot toddy for (lie archbishop, who complained of feeling1 cold. After taking- the toddy the archbishop thanked Tom with a smile, saying- that he hoped he would soon get well again. The archbishop Arr...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 March 1896

IS. CONVENIENT PIGGERY. pMcription and Illustration of Chitap Hog House and Pen. These pens may le eithiT single an.i movable, or built more cheaply, two or ' l.sore together. The usual size of a far toviiijf pen is s;:; by seven feet. The Vails, which are lioubk. face the south. In the iicconipi'.nyiiiir Tip. 1, the front avails, li I I), are three f'-er. hirh, ar.'l the openings above three by six feet. liuvh ojwnin'r may be closed with a nuiii:j door, 15, as shown in j"n one. To open this door for ventilation and li.'ir, r other piirjioscs, swinfc it Lack as ihown at C in pen adjoining-, and thtf EAP I'lG SIIEli. Fame wooden lKlt that fastens the !tr when closed may by a very simph' an aujrenient Im." made to secure the tioor to the rafters out of the way. The openings K K E let the Jiijrs out to be fed on the floor in front, which floor may, if required, be divided by portable panels at a a. When a more expensive ho house is wanted, n double row of pens may be constructed, that ...

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. — 14 March 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Ofle at Cape Girardcan Mo.( as seco id-class matter. SATL'KDAY. MABCM 14, 1WH. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOK CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce SETH S. UAKXES, Of New Madrid county, as a candi date fvr Congress, subject to the ae Turn of the Keiniblicau nominating ejnvention at Poolar I Muff, Mav th. 1.K. We are aiirthori.eil to announce J. Fii.VN'K CAIJHVELL, As a candidate for Assessor of CaiK' G.ranl-a i cuintv. siibji-ct to the de cision of the county Kcpuhlicari nom i n:tt i ujr convention. The Senatorial t tic icy L.-gisl.i!:!!-r contcNt i:i is still a the Ken- deadlock. Joe Davison, editor BiulT Kepublican. is a State Auditor. of the Poplar candidate for Congressman Mozley is at his home. Hi will rem .tin in .Stoddard county few days looking after his fences. i ne t'opuusts seem to nave some hope of electing their 'ongressional ea.ididate this year in this district. rift...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 March 1896

MIXED UP. Everything or Local Form To Found That U of Interest. MOXDAY. be Ernest Ulrich has tendered his res ignation as janitor of the Lorimier public school. D. A. Glenn purchased the John M. McClean property Saturday. There are twenty acres of ground in the property on which is a good house and out buildings. We understand that Mr. Glenn got the property at a bargain. Henry Wilier is mentioned as a probable candidate for Councilman in the third ward. Tae blue birds are here and so are the candidates. The blue birds are looking for nests and the candidates .ire looking for office. A little girl died hero yesterday in a mover wagon. The family was in destitute circumstances and Henry Koppcr took charge of the funeral and had the little girl buried at the expense of the county. Charley Block.-son of oitrold friend Elcazar Block, arrived in the city yesterday and he will spend several lays here with his father. Married, in this city, March sth, IS!M. by I). M. Scivally, .1. 1. Mr. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 March 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIEAEDEAC MISSOURI. A bill was introduced in the senate, on the 3d, granting a pension of 850 per month to the daughter of Gen. Phil Kearney. At a meeting of the convocation of Oxford university, on the 3d, the pro posal to allow women to take a degree was rejected by a vote of 215 to 140. Ox the 2d Chief-Justice Fuller an nounced the opinion of the supreme court of the United States declaring the Xogales land grant in Arizona in valid. The governor of Pennsylvania, on the 5th, signed the death warrant oi Herman V. Mudgett, alias H. II. Holmes and the latter will be exe cuted on May 11. Li nrxo Ciiaxg and his fellow en voys to Moscow, where they will rep resent the emperor at the ceremonies of the coronation of Czar Nicholas II., started from Pekin for Russia on the 5th. The correspondent of the Berlin Lo cal Anzeiger in Constantinople is au thority for the statement that Russia has asked Turkey to expel all English and American missionarie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 March 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. 1. II. ADAMS, 1-oblinher. CArE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. STORY OF EXGIXE 107. finished on Friday, She Was Al ways Getting Into Trouble. .Her Twin. 109. Was Finished on Thurs day, and Ran Trun, But 107 Was Four Times Wrecked and Finally Hilled Her Man. Some J5 years ago "Baldwins" re ived an order from a western road for two locomotives of a peculiar type 'They wore for a nnrrow-g.-!uge line -which ft that time connected the east i.nd the v est, and by which the touriot traveled across the Rocky mountains They w-;re to be compact, short, strong and swift, capable of pullitg like a mule on a heavy grade and running like .a scared wolf in the valley. At that time the concern was turn ing out a locomotive complete every :4 hours. Look at the workmen as they begin to erect the two "Rocka ways." as they were afterwards called, probably because they roUed and rocked when running at a high rate of speed through the crooked canyons ol Colo-ado. On the floor of the shop lire two boil...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 14 March 1896

it i ' V I ri 1 ....... ... -I Showing the County and Township Indebtedness of Cape Girardeau County on the 3rd day of February, 18; alee a detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures of said Cotinty, (except receipts and expenditures on ac count of the Public School Funds ) for the vear ending on the 3rd day of February, 1896, published by order of the County Court under the require ments of Section 3187 of Revised Statutes of Missouri of 1889. (Continued from last week. ) 1895 DR. Decl7 By E Osterloh supplies poor farm H A Leber supplies poor farm W H Huters supplies poor farm Lee Hitt supplies poor farm D A Glenn supplies poor farm Templeton & Co supplies poor farm H L Jones supplies poor farm A Walther coffins for paupers Cracraft & Mueller supplies for poor farm.. Schlueter & Co supplies for poor farm ' John A Smith supplies for poor farm B E Poe labor at poor farm Joseph Kesterson labor at poor farm Lawrence Dillport labor at poor farm I H Poe supt poor far...

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 March 1896

demooHit pointing go., puttiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1896. Vol. XX No. 46 TROOPS OUT. Riot Bell Rung at Frank- fort. And Martial Law Oeclared-Soldicrs Take Possession ol the state Capitol. i i ANKFORT, KY., March 15. The rio' boll rati? from the lire engine hojs- at 11 o'clock to-night, and at th-same m.m.ii Gov. Bradley or- djrdJ oat the milita. Tea minutes lau rtlie MeCreary Guards, fifty two su. g, Cap:. Noel Gaines, were in p ssiou of the Slate House ana martial law was proclaimed. util to-day Gov Bradiey had per-j s.sl- Lily refused to call out themilita, Thoi gh urged to do so by citizens, irre. poctive of party. Tiie Bla-kburn leaders, he wrs i lOimed, had been preparing all da., to ake forcible possession of the S j e House. Threats were niade I -. the senate wuuiu m rest the Gov ernor to-morrow for t-surpauion of au iiorj y in giving the luslrui'Uoiis j h-j tive last might to the Sheriif of Franklin County to clear tue corridors a cloak rooms. All ...

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. — 21 March 1896

it I if ? - r . If THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. AH A MS, I'ulUher. CAPE girarde.u; MISSOURI. The reported conclusion of a treaty between Russia and China was con firmed by news from Pekin on the 13th. Eighteen inches of snow fell in east ern New York, on the 12th, interfering to some extent with the railroads and general business traffic THE alleged filibustering1 steamer Commodore, loaded with arms and mu nitions of war, went to sea from Charleston, S. C, on the 12th. The Massachusetts senate, on the 13th, by a vote of sixteen to nine, adopted resolutions affirming the prin ciples of the Monroe doctrine. Ex-Senator Abbott, of Morgan county, O., was found guilty by a jury at Columbus, on the 10th, of bribery in connection with the pharmacy legis lative bill. Lexows greater New York bill passed the state senate at Albany, on the 11th, without amendment, by a vote of 38 to 8, and was sent to the as sembly for concurrence. Concerning the visit to Berlin of Count Golnckowski, Austrian minister...

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. — 21 March 1896

THE DEMOCRAT Jiytoprove ivuuiil. h j usually find myself i MS. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE CIEARDEAC. MIS.SOCE. THE CAPTAIN FR03I BATIL Extract from the Memoirs of Ga- briol Foote, Highwayman. BY A. T. OCILLER-COUCH. Our plan of attack upon Xanscarne Iinu.se was a simple one. I he old baronet, Sir Henry Dinnis, look a just pride in his silverware Koine of it dated from Elizabeth; for Sir Harrv's prefif rrn t-irra nil f n t hpp M the unhappy alternative of melting Jowe1 th justice of the contentioi It down for Kino- Charles. hn1 tuln '"""al" "s '"1 ne went 01 arms against his majesty and come out oveiwheli g I usually find myself clutching- at my original res pectabditv "sir. all though the force of circumstances hal brought me thus low, I am by birtl ana education gentleman. Havin- told you this, I trust that vou will rel member it, even in the heat of youj natural resentment. "You speak almost as prettilv aa yod write," he answered, scornfully, pullinJ a letter from his pocket. "This...

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. — 21 March 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Giranleaa, Ho., as secoud-clas9 matter. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 18. Wo ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR CONGRESS . are authorized to announce SKTH S. BARNES. Of Xew Madrid county, as a candi date fur Coiijrress. subject to the ac tion of the Republican nominating convention at Poplar Bluff. Mav ith. lXS. FOR ASSESSOR. We are aurthorized to anuounec J. FRANK CALDWELL, As a candidate for Assessor of Capo Girardeau count-, subject to tho de cision of the ceunty Republican nom inating convention. Congressman Mozley got a black eye at the Republican county conven tion in his own county last Saturday. The Republ'cari papers of Stoddard countyre ferninst Mozeley and that means that Mozley ?s namo will be Dennis at thePoplar Bluff convention. B. Benson Cahoon waft at Bloom Held last Saturday looking after his interests ;n the gubernatorial race. Stoddard county will be solid for Mr. ...

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. — 21 March 1896

MIXED UP. Everything of locuj Form To be Found That I of Interest. MONDAY. Albert Kaechele has bought out the interest of his father and brother in the Kaechele saw mill at Randies station and he will continue the busi ness by himself. Hicks says we will have very little pleasant weather during- this month. We think more of Uicks as a weather prophet, than we do of the ugly old ground hog. Col. G. C. Thilenius was in the city-to-day. The Colonel is already work ing to make the next Fair a success. Uev. Douglass, formerly pasior of the A. M. E. Church in this city, but now a resident of Kansas, is in the city visiting friends. Pcironnet got out a boom edition of his paper last Saturday. It gave a pretty good account of Peironnet and his doings. Hon. B. Benson Cahoon, the next Governor of Missouri, was in the city yesterday. The alley case is settled so far as the present Council is concerned. The people who want the Houck alley opened will have to do the paying hereafter. The St. Cha...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 March 1896

KEXHICK OBSEQUIES- Funeral of the Late Archbishop Of St. Louis. Participated In by a Frlnce of the Church and a Host of Prelate and Clergy Vast Crowd Watched the Funeral Cortege, St. Lorw, March 12. In its extended account of the funeral obsequies of the late Archbishop Peter Richard Ken- rick, which took place from the Old Catliredral. on Walnut street, between Second and Third streets, yesterday. the Post-Dispatch says that with the tolling' of church bells, sad strains of Most Rev. Peter Richard Kenrick. -sacred harmony, the chant of absolv ing prayers, eloquent eulogy and all the magnificent ritualistic pomp of the Catholic church, the obsequies of the Treat archbishop of St. Louis were car ried out yesterday. A rarer scene, more mediieval in some respects, more unworldly in oth ers, lias not been witnessed since the cold, clear December morninjr four years a;ro, when, in the same place, the same man was aain the central fijrure of a magnificent ceremonial. Then, indeed, it was ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 March 1896

FARM AND GARDEN. WASTEFUL DAIRYMEN. Two Ways of Doing tile Same Thing I -scribed and Illustrated. This article is resiiectfully dedicated to the dairymen of the country, re marking by the way that the illustra tion of I'eter Tuinbiedown's barn is a, little exaggerated, but not beyond a condition al! are liable to reach who pursue his method. Rain from the eaves is ccnveyinf his manure down into the nearest ravine. This will save hiin the lalior of carting it to the fields. Just now the poor man is having a hard time. There is a depression in the barnyard where he has to walk when coming to the barn or returning from t. It is filled with a black solution ol IMPROVED HIGHWAYS. THE DKUG CLEKK'S STORY Fact Brought Oat at the Recent Nation' Koad Parliament. The movement :n favor of bettei roads, which has been prosecuted with such vigor in this country during the past two or three years, has already borne good fruit in several states. Un der the law passed by the last legis lature in Con...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 21 March 1896

NOW HE COULD GET IT PRINTED. Sound Advice to the Man Who Fear ed Ills Opinions Would be Garbled. "Look here," he said to tie news- paper man who had called for an in terview, "do you think you can fret things into the paper just as we talk them?" "I wouldn't guarantee them," was the honest reply. "Well, is there any way I ran be sure that what I say and only what I say will go into print?" "The e is. In the first place, rei pencil and paper." "Yes." "Then lock yourself into a room and write what you want to." "I see." "Then go down and figure with the advertising' department at regular rates." "Yes." "Have the proof sent to you to be read and corrected." "Exactly." "Then buy out tho whole office for one whole day, and after your article is out sell the concern back to the company fr what you can get. The chances are that your article will com out about as you wrote it, but if it doesn't you'd better keep still forever more. la .irt. keep shut any how, and say - oibing to anybody abo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 March 1896

v. DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Put)NsHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1S96. Vol. XX No. 47 THEY ARE COMING To Establish a Big Factory. V Iti-llt -Vooi.5 Kuctory. th-.' "I.itr;ie-t Factory the Kind In the I nitr.I :tn-'s to be Kst.-i!:ih--i;ill i ape .lrani-:iu- U niyw begins to 1 ok a- if one of the largest lient work establishments of tin: Uniti Slates will U- o.-tablis!u 1 in or.rcity. The Gillette P.ent Works of Indianapolis, employing over one hundred men. owing to the fact that the timber in Indiana needed for their business is about cxha usled. propose to establish works i:( r-. Several weeks ago one of the ii'einiiers-of the !irni tirst visited tmr town and was much impressed with the many ad van tages that ( 'aiK- Girardeau offers to tnufacturing (-stabli-hments. Also n -timber agent of Iirn: it se in-' timlier airer.t has been j:ii-tly eaivfully i-.v- amitiin th.: timber resoiuv-es trihif tary to our city for over two months Last week .Mr. ). S. (Jillette. U s...

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. — 28 March 1896

3 r i T11E DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURi. Baron Klebei-Rbkro was mortally Wounded in a duel with salers at Ituda I'csth, on the lt'th, by Paron Josika. Ox tlie 10th ex-Senator Abbott, of Morgan couaty. O., was found guilty bv a' jury at Columbus, of bribery in connection with the pharmacy legisla tive bill. Is the Massachusetts house, on the S'lth.the committee on election law re ported a bill granting1 municipal .suf frage to women. There were no dis tentors named in the report. State Senator Garfield's bill to prevent the corrupt use of money in elections passed the Ohio house, on the 18th, and became a law. It applies to all elections, primary as well as regu lar. A KlsTATCn from Cairo, on the 20th. raid: The khalifa has proclaimed a holy war against Egypt, calling upon all Dervishes capable of bearing arms to enroll themselves under the green banner. Commander Bootii-Tvcker, appoint ed to the command of the Salvation Briny in the United States, and ...

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