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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 March 1896

THE DEMOCttAT.1 IS. II. ADAMS, I'ublisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI INTERRUPTED EXECUTION. BY WRIGHT A- PATTERSON. CnAITER 1. HREE years ago Wild Rock was tlie county scat of an interior coun ty of Arizona. Just why such a place had been se lected as the sea. of gov ernment fo any county was hard to un d e r stand. Its only reeommend a'.ion for public Approval was its centra I locution, the place being almost exactly in the ct-nter of the county. Tc the people of the straggling little frontier town Wild Rock was a world within itself. Its one hort dusty business street, with the ou:ity courthouse and jail the most -commodious building in the jilaee-r-at one end of it, was the renter of the uni verse to theni. lint twice a week Bill Warner's stage -coat-!:, drawn by four big black mules, brought to them lews of the outside ivorid from the little telegraph and way station on the Southern l'aeilic Toad, some 4a miles to the south. One. of the lai'-st additions to Wild Rock's population...

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. — 28 March 1896

1 I The Weekly Democrat. Published Evsry Saturday by The Democrat Printino Go. 114. THEMIS STREET. Enteral at the Post "flip at Cax- Uirard-aa.. Mo., as neraad-class matter. .SATURDAY. MAUC11 2. 1- ANNOUNCEMENT. i"ni C'iXi . an; au'hori -d t We SKTii S. iiAKVK-'. Of New Madrid county. a. i .ataii- date for 'omrres.s. tion of th- ltepu! convention at ! ip! l-.'.Hi. .lriji-c il-aii Kl Jill' ill'- lo.ninntin;.' . Mac '.in. fi ii. as-h-so 'irlhor'y. -d Ki.'AMt i'Ai.i)'. ar. aii:iottnc .i. :-i:AMv i Ai.i).vi.:.:.. As a andM.tfe for Assessor of Girardeau rniiiilv. subject to th- ipe de- cision of the enmity 1 l-ir.; !lii-;i n noni i:;;; tin z convention. Tiie I ei:;ocrats-?1f Missouri, like the v-i:iit:i's rights wom-n of Dunklin county, all split up. C.i.ijivssr.ian Moxdey's shows the wily little Stodd i letter fount v rd statesman to be a man of iv it shows too that l.e is a s:::all c-.-iIi'ner. ve. hut iiian of .! :, Davison. ! lepubiicari is of 1 aft. ivph.r ' 'o:i-r. Mo.!--he wil sca...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 March 1896

f MIXED UP. Everything of Local Form -To be Found That Is of Interest. MOXDAY. A large crowd of young men as sembled on the College baseball ground yesterday to talk over the matter of organizing two baseball teams. We understand that a move ment is on foot to lease a piece of groundto fem-eup for a baseball park. There are some lying tattlers in this town who will see their names in print one of these days, to their mortifica tion. We have one or two spotted now. There is nothing to hold Cape Gir ardeau back but old fogyi.-m. We have every advantage on earth to prosperous j j maKe our town a nig. iiv citv. I). A. Xieholsti-is im-..:-....l ....,.,.- t.V in this city and he will move here j .-.bout the first of April. j The Baptist folks are now occupy-I ing their new church. They should j fee! proud of their new house of wor- i -hip for it is as nice as any church building in the city. The boys who per-ist in playing ball j oi! tl.e public -til -et s should lie pulled) ami p'.iuisii...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 28 March 1896

1 anuaay. : Un Wednesday evening he rested some- 1 what easier. No one thought that the end was near, and at three o'clock Thursday morning all the family re lired for a little r.'.st except one sou, ; J'r. William Schttv'er. who remained watching with the nurse. The evening before I he venerable ecclesiastic h;;d ' greeted his physician and his old friend, ; Ir. C igrove. with a hearty grasp of ; the hand, ami then had turned his face to tin; wall, as if to s i v: "This is good- j by." ' i Or. Nrt.n l'T was horn in N'W York rity, ,J;iT!M;:r !. 1SH. He as il -C'll'leil of ol.l lllt-h ! sKek. h's n mte ancestor. I'liillip I'iclT j van ScIiuvUt. liavmij eoine lo New York j car.v iu the seveniM'tith eenlury. i)r. Mont- ! (ornery Srleiyler was ihe sixth ia line of ile- i s.-enl from this r.rly :ncisior. ami was Use ; son of Anthony IVy oli'iy-ranil Sartth Kiilire. ; hiswt.V. The family lias lw-ei: iM-ntitie,i with public affairs in the e-ist-r:i statrs for nmrn , than a Ci-nt.iry. Th' i...

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. — 28 March 1896

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. A student 34 years old is a member of tin: freshman class of the .Maine med ical noiiool. Uishop Ifni! (Epjscniial), of Ver mont, has been doiiifr temporary ilutv for the veneral.le liishnp ( lark, o" I.hode Island, w ho is enfeebled bv old ape. The Cluirch of Enfrlar.d is i-upport-ed by income from invesiii.ents.endov.--inents, anil by ount:iry contributions. T!i total revenue of the church is about S.I.VHIO.OflU. Kev. Sir .Tolin Warren Hayes, Hart., who lias just died in his !i7th year, was the oldest clergyman of the Church of Kn-jland. the oldest free ma ton, and the oldest baronet in Ureas l:rita:n. Thera is a rood deal of soreness in Tali name's church in Washington, and r.iiiouir the Presbyterians there frer. civ.liy at least, so it is said over his success m frcczir.fr out one of his co I asiors in order that he could have the pulpit, all to himself. The Christian Intelligencer re marks that "ape is at a premium in al! the professions, except the clerk-al....

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. — 28 March 1896

f . : i -, Ordinance No. 570. An ordinance to amend section lull. :lj'l.i:S!i ii4.(4(tj, 20--,.f 41 J Vmf.,- ,.itn V"'- section Jio.(;i)). of ordinance No. 4'-. entitled "an oruinance to license, tax ; and regulate sundry lusii;es;es. em- plovments. ajreneies. amusements. ! public buildinirs. halls and ''rounds I and vehicles." approved June iMh. .. i i i .v -l , lp; il oruirnueu o. un- v ouneu ui - the citv of Ca'w; (jiranleau. Missouri. ; as follows: ; SECTION ONE (1). That section. Hucksters-Upon a hucksters license, i 1 :'.. I :;.") of ordinance No. 4'..". entitled "ten dollars (10.00; ;r annum. 'an ordinance to license, tax and I Hawkers Upon a hawkers license, j rerulat' sundry businesses, employ- j ten dollars ( lo.oo j por annum. ! men's, agencies amusements, public' 1'atenl hi-Tiit Dealei Upon aj building's, halls and grounds and ve- ! license issued to a natent ri-Tht. dealer. ! hieles. approved June -rh. 1 !).'!. be and tiie same is hereby amended by strikiiiL' out the wo...

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. — 4 April 1896

'0 DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1896. Vol. XX No. 48 CRAIN WAS SHOCKED. I dissipations of a community the taylor boys must hang, j NEW YORK EXCISE LAW. : doctor mixed the babies. WITH A KNIFE. Could Not Appreciate the Joke the Correspondents Played on Him The death of Congressman Crain of Texas recalls a joke which was played upon him once by some news - Daner corresnondents in Vashinirt.n It was during the Fifty-first Congress that he was sitting in the Press Club one afternoon, discussing politics with a party of newspaper men. To one of them he remarked upon the fact that when some men spoke all the corres pondents left the gallery and retired to the lobby, while when others ad dressed the House they crowded into the House to hear. He added that he noted they always came in to hear him. and he expected all of them to be pres ent on the next day, when he expected to make the sieech of his life on the McKinly tariff bill. The next ...

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. — 4 April 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. I:. II. AIMS I'ulilNhrr. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MlSSOL'Ki. Ok the 10th ex-Senator Abbott, of Morgan county, O., was found guilty by a Jury at Columbus, of briliery in connection with the pharmacy legisla tive bill. Gr.s. Thomas Lin-coi.n Carev, late chief of engineers JU. S. A., died sud denly at the new congressional library In Washington on the 2.1th. His death is supposed to have resulted from heart iseased. The house of representatives, on the 24th, with only one dissenting- vote, passed Senator Hill's bill removing the last restriction on the statute books against ex-confederate soldiers or sailors. Mavroyeni Bet, son of the saltan of Turkey's Greek physician, who since 1877 has been Turkish minister to the I mted states, has been recalled on account of American sympathy with the Armenians. Mccn interest Is manifested in Lon don commercial circles over the an nouncement that a leading iron firm has made extensive purchases of Ala bama pig iron, and is arranging for furth...

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. — 4 April 1896

I GAIN the spring! acain the Easter lily! Again the soft warm air with odors rife; Again the tender green on hill and valley : Again the miracle of risen life! Again from the dark mold of their entomb ing. In all their lovely robes of radiant hue. The crocus and the violet are bloomin. The self-same flowers our earliest child hood knew. Again the birds in Joyous flocks are winging-. Chirping their songs of love and nesting days: Again the sound of happy children singing Along the lanes and in the woodland ways. And as I gaze and listen, tears are well ing Glad, happy tears that in my heart a voire Answers the budding trees and blossoms swelling. And in earth's springtime gladness can rejoice. Tor of this lovely life around me springing. My Inmost being knows Itself a part: ""This is immortal life," my soul is singing, "This Is Immortal hope within the heart." "Father of Spirits" thus my soul is say ing "Because Thou livest we shall ever live; Life and not death Thy universe is sway ...

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. — 4 April 1896

The Weekly Democrat Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Prlntlna Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. The Democrats that is, the 16 to 1 Democrats will meet at Jackson to morrow to discuss the sowing of wild oats. No honest money men need apply. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Ho., aa aeeond-elaaa matter. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1896. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce SETH S. BARNES. Of New Madrid county, as a candi date for Congress, subject to the ac tion of the Republican nominating convention at t'opiar liluff, .May tith 18'tti. We FOR ASSESSOR. are aurthorized to announce J. FRANK CALDWELL, As a candidate for Assessor of Cajie Girardeau county, subject to the de cision of the ceunty Republican nom inating convention. An editor who can not pet to be a delegate to his party's county conven tion must be a poor stick. The Republicans hare a good show to again carry this Congressional District if they will nominate a man. No baboon will go this time. The sound...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 April 1896

MIXED UP. Everything of Local Form To Fond That la of Interat. MONDAY. Hon. L. F. Klostennann informs us that he is about to rent the woolen mill to a gentleman who will run it as a woolen mill. L. H. Davis is visiting his old home at Jackson. He made a speech to the Democrats at their township meeting Saturday. Michael Dittlinger has been allowed feix thousand and seven hundred dol lars by the Government for damages to his -property in this eity during the war. Mr. Dittlinger's house, where he now resides, was Used as a hospital for two or three years during the war. II. B. Oliver, of Jackson, hat pur chased property in this city and he intends to move here and become a citizen of the best city in Southeast Missouri. A bent wood factory and a woolen mill will do our city lots of good. Other industries will follow. There is plenty of water in th river now for good steamboating and the big Anchor Line steamers come down now with immense cargoes of freight. See the advertisement of Dr...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 4 April 1896

RADICAL CHANGES Breommrailrd by the Naval Board of Coa etrnction In Several United State W'M Ship Now Almost Ready to be Tarned . Over to the Government, Which It Will Take Two Years Additional Time to Complete. Washington, March 2''.. An impor tant meeting of the naval board of construction was held yesterday, and as a result several recommendations for changes in war ships will be sent to Secretary Herbert. A request from the Cramp Co., of Philadelphia, that they be allowed 13 months and 12 months extension of time for the completion of the battle ship Iowa and the armored cruiser P.rooklyn, was laid before the board. The Cramps made the claim that they were entitled to the exsention, on the ground that the original ffi-aw-ings for gun supports and the roller paths for turrets were changed by the navy department more than a year after the contract was awarded. This reason the board con sidered food, and decided to recom mend to the secretary that the request be granted. The board ...

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. — 4 April 1896

4 THE FARMING WORLD. STONE DAIRY HOUSE. Woman" Description of a Very I'ttefal and Il-tareaque Structure. It is the ambition of all good butter n.akers to possess the best conditions possible for the manufacture of the same. Cellars are often la king- in the necessary qualifications for the makinp of prime butter, either from defective diainnpe or ill ventilation, and the diffi culty or impossibility of licepin milk and vegetables in juxtaposition with c ut impairing' the flavor of the cream and butter. Jiutter making in the kitchen also has its disadvantages. We oiTer a sujrircstion in the accompanying- illustration of a way out of the diiliculty by utilizing the loose JARRING THE CURCULIO. Hones with which many farms arc etrewn, and which every year have to be removed and are generally piled around stumps, or carted and dumped in some out-of-the-way nook. A pictur esque dairyhouse may be made out of these stones. The house may consist of one room, or the rear may be used as an iceh...

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. — 4 April 1896

Order of Publication. The State of Missouri, at the rela tion and to the use of Peter Lehner, Uolleetor of the Revenue of Cape Girardeau County, in the State of Missouri, Versus John Coleman and the uuknown heirs of John Coleman, Action to enforce tax lien. NOW. at this time comes the plaint iff, by counsel, T. D. Hines, Esq., before the undersigned, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cape Girardeau county, in vacation, and files his peti tion and affidavit herein, stating among- other thines that the defend ants are non-residents of the State cf Missouri, and cannot be summoned in this action. It is thereforeordered by the Clerk aforesaid, in vacation, that publication be made notifying said de fendants that an action has been com menced against them by petition in the Circuit Court of Cape Girardeau county, Missouri, the object and gen eral nature of which is to enforce the lien of the Slate of Missouri, for tax es upon the following described lands, to-wit. The northwest quarter of th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 April 1896

if S-5 ! tW0tt t DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PubliSto. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1896. Vol. XXNo. .49 9 MISSOURI POLITICS. Hon. B. Benson Cahoon Twenty-Seven Years Ago. I'rophetlc Kxtructs From the First I'oHlicul speech of It. It. ( ahoon Over Twenty-Seven ears Aero On the Knlranrhisenient Jof the Kx-t'onfederate and N'CRro. Before us. as we write, is the old and time worn manuscript of the first political speech ever made by Hon. U. B. Cahoon in Missouri. It was made at Fredericktown, September -"lb. 1. when Mr. Cahoon had been in Missouri but two months and was then but twenty-two years of -age. The peech was the first on that line made in Southeast Missouri if not in the State and thusearly showed the breadth of the man, as we have ever since known him and it then lictokcned that the elements of a statesman were in him. The circumstances under which 'hat sjieech then in advance of public senti ment were made, proves Mr. Cahoon is and ever has been a leader and not...

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. — 11 April 1896

r ACTIVE OPERATIONS. The Energy Displayed by Gen. We j lor in Cuba lias Tebded to Demoralization Bather tnan to Efficiency, sod the Pa triots Gained More In March than During Any Two Months lief ore The Rainy Sea. son Approaching. Havana, April X, via Tampa, Fla., "April 4. Army preparations have been pushed with great riiror for the past month. Gen. Weyler has riven officers and men no rest. His orders have been peremptory, and many a .general has incurred his displeasure by tardiness. The result of these ac tive movements have been to com pletely tire out a large portion of the army in the field. The insur gents have ben kept moving'; their camps have been destroyed, and a dozen of their hospitals have leen burned -during the month that has just passed; but the government has not forced a sinple battle upon the rebels. The only serious engagements have been those in which the insurgents have had the advantage of position or numbers, as at Cuyajabos tnd Candelaria, as sumed the off...

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. — 11 April 1896

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Portland, Me., is enjoying lively end hijrlily intrt'stinf politics just now In a hot Jig-lit lietween two rival candi dates lor a place on the school board. Ilrv. Dr. T. (I. Addison, rector of Christ Episcopal church, Washington, is said to marry more pt-oplr in the 'i" p of a year than any other Wash ington clerpyman. The iVince of Wales favorite hvmn Jn "Nearer, My iod, to Thee."' U. makes this confession in a letter to Mr. Stead, who proposes to publish "a penny hymnal for the people." The largest bell in France has just been hunir in the belfry of the Church of the Sacred Heart, in I'aris. It weighs 2S tons, can be heard at a distance of !!5 miles, and its vibration lasts six minutes. The valuable "Itonaparte library formed by the 'ate IVince Louis Lu cien Itonaparte seems likely to be se cured to London students, as every ef fort is being- made to purchase the col lection for t.he (iuildhall library. There are over 25,000 printed books, be sides rare manuscr...

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. — 11 April 1896

i A; 4 vr t The Weekly Deiocrat. Published Every Saturday by THe Democrat Printlna Co. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post offle at Cape Girartlt-an, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY. APRIL 11. ISim. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR COXGRKSS. We are authorizej tc announce SETII S. BAKXES. Of New Madrid county, as a candi date for Congress, subject to the ac tion of the Republican nominating convention at Poplar IJluff. May '.th. for assessor. e an; aurthorizeil to announce J. FItAXK CAMlWKLU As a candidate for Assessor of Ca'ie Girardeau county, subject to the de cision of the county Republican nom inating convention. Who hit Hilly Patterson? We met the enemy and be has our badge. ' Mozley has been again and making an too. writing letters ass of himself, The whole Democratic part of the country went hell lent for free silver last Saturday. The assessed valuation of Capo Gir ardeau countv is nearly live million dollars the richest county in South east Missouri. The Republicans of Scott coun...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 April 1896

MIXED UP. hvcrythlnst of Local Form To be hound That Is or Interest. MONDAY. Judge Thompson, Probate Judge of Stoddard county, who left Bloomfield some two weeks ago for Cairo, where he w as going to get cash for a check for 1.2b0 belonging to other parties, and who has been reported as mysteriously missing, has returned to his home, but. alas for the people who had en trusted him with their money, he brought neither money nor check home with him. Married, at Jackon, April 2nd. l!Hi. by Judge Joseph Koehler. William II. Jackson and Mary Gregory. J. T. Davison, editor of the Poplar Bluff Republican and Republican can didate for Congress, was in the city yesterday. He had been at Benton attending the Republican county con vention. Hon. B. B. Cahoon Republican can didate for Governor of Missouri spent Sunday in this city. Married, at Jackson. April 2nd. 1 !. by Judge Joseph Koehler, Thom as .1. Shcppard and Peoria Dunn. .lacksan was full of people last Sat urday. The Democratic five si...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 April 1896

03: .Mr 1 V t THE DEMOCRAT.! It. II. AMAMS Publisher. Cape girardeau. MISSOURI. It Is understood that President Cleve land has written a letter, which will i Te made public in due season, declin- j ing to accept a nomination for a third term. Statistics show that with a foreign population of 14.77 per cent., more than half of our white penitentiary convicts and more than half of the white in mates of our poorhouscs are foreign ers. Elbert Rapfei.ye, the Cuban corre spondent for the Xew York Mail and Express, who was expelled by order of 5en. Weyler. arrived at New York, on the 30th, per steamer Yucatan from Havana. A Cape Tows dispatch says that John Hays Hammond, the American under indictment at Pretoria, has ob tained leave to visit Cape Town on ac count of his health, but his bail has been increased to 20,00(1. The Newark (N. J.) Methodist con ference, on the 31st, favored absolute prohibition and decided against the riding of bicycles on Sunday. The sale or nrintinir of Sunday p...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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