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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 16 May 1896

AGRICULTURALHINTS. FINDING THE LEAK. The Product of the Fields Pay the Mac or Stony Koad Tax. Time spent in marketing farm prod Bee is dead loss. This loss falls on the crop produce.' by the farmer. The dappied fields oi preen and golden wheat know it and the corn leaves whisper it to the lnzv pumpkins yellowing in autumn sui:. They know that ajrainst theni will 1 charged all the time of horses ai:c! men and aii the wear and tearo." truic-le? em ployed in transporting them to market. They know that if the read to town is very bad and but half a load can lie marketed in twice the time required for marketing a full load with a good road it will all count, against them when the year'a business is finished and the book are balanced. They know that production and con eumption are the great contending factors of the farm. Horses and men ore consuming the crop while they are producing it. The consumption of it does not end until it is exchanged for its cash equivalent. The fewer the I umbe...

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. — 16 May 1896

A Snake's I'olsonous Odor. 'When I was a younjr fellow" says Southern Virginia for a time. I have r Ji-jim lived in Maine and Massachusetts, andie'1" for reciprocity and protection. consf.qlI..nt!y had no fear of snakes, j demanded the maintenance of the gold I had formed a habit of pic-kin- up by ! standard and instructed its delegates- the tail such snakes as came across my i. .7 ..r .. r..ii.-L- -mm i i .u" :.. . ..,.n -ifti.f T lo ineniv im-ii ii--.iv.-t. ...... - u,.nt t., th,- South, in the road one day I saw a small snake, a couole ol leet . . . Ion?, uei-hans. and of a yellowish color, wrijrir! in;.' across the path. With out thinking of harm. I jumped for him put my foot on his neck. and. catch ing him by the tail, swunhim to jrive him a snap. Some people were near by. and they yelled to me like wild men to drop that snake. I stopped a minute, while the snake v.riirt-'leil. ami then I snapped him in due and ancient form. Mark the re suit. In less than two minutes I be er, m...

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. — 23 May 1896

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisliers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 5 PRESS ASSOCIATION. Annual Meeting of Editors. the The l'entll Pusben Were Koyally Kntertalned by the Hospitable People of ( ape Girardeau. The Southeast Missouri Press As sociation gathered in our city on Fri day, liith, inst., to hold their annual business meeting, and were met by the members of the Board of Trade and conducted to the court house where they were greeted by our people in that hearty manner that tends to make one feel that life is worth living. At this reception the following news paper men were present: II. F. Chew, Madison County Dem crat: E. A. M. Webb and D. Long rear, Caruthersville Democrat: Webb Wat kins, Dexter Messenger: Ernest Larey, Scott County Democrat: J. F. Mar tin, Charleston Enterprise, J. J.. Lew is, St. Francios Herald: John S. Hill, Marble Hill Press: A. J. Thrower, Stoddard County Democrat: Dr. ..I. X. Holmes, Piedmont Banner: E. P. -Ca-ruthers, D...

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. — 23 May 1896

THE HANCOCK STATU CnvelleC at toe National Capital with Importing Ceremonie. A Grantlson of the "Hero of tJettjnhnru" Removed the Veil, and Gen John M. Palmer, of Illl vols, Uellvered the Kediwiory Oration Washington, May 13. The bronzo equestrian static of Maj.-Uen. Win field Scott lianoock, "Hero of Gettys burg1," wtjs unveiled at the intersection of Pennsylvania and Louisiana avenues with Seventh and C streets, the busiest .highway crossing in the capital. Pres ident Cleveland presided at the cere mony, which followed one of the most imposing' military parades of a city famous for such pageants, and which was witnessed by many distinguished in the arts of peace and war who had been closely associated with the jrreat soldier and popular i lol. jV't.-GVi. Whijield ScM llinroek. The bronze stands 14 feet C inches from the plinth to the crown of thn hat surmounting' an elaborate stone base 19 feet high. The soldier's face wears an expression of calm determin ation and dignity as his ...

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. — 23 May 1896

AMAXDA TODD. 3T HAair K. WILXIJiS. Amanda Todd's orbit o existence is restricted, of a necessity, since she was born, brought up and will die in this vil lage, but there is no doubt that it is eccentric. She moves apart on her on i little course quite separate from the rest of us. Had Amanda's lines of life been cast elsewhere, where circumstances liad pushed her, instead of hemming- her in. he mig-ht. have become the feminine apostle of a new creed, have founded a sect or instituted a new system cf fe male dress. As it is, she does not go to meeunfr. sue never wears a bop net and she keeps cals. Amanda Todd is CO, and she never was married. Had she been, the close fric tion with another nature mig-ht have worn away some of the peculiarities of ners. She micrht have pone to meetinc she mipht liave worn a bonnet, she mipht even have eschewed cats, but it is not probable. When peculiarities lire in the pram of a person's nature, r.s they probr.lily are in hers, such friction only brin...

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. — 23 May 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMI8 STREET. Entered at the Poet Offle at Ope Girardeau, Mo., aa aeeond-clau matter. SATURDAY, MAY 23, jl89i. ANNOUNCEMENTS?. FOR STATE SENATOR. We are authorized to announce THOMAS R. GREEN As a candidate for State Senator from this Senatorial District, subject to the decision of the Senatorial Republican nominating convention. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce BERNHARD GOCKEL As a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Cape Girardeau county, subject to the action of the Republican nominat ing convention. We are authorized to announce EDWARD F. REGENHARDT As a candidate for Sheriff of Cape Girardeaucounty, subject to the action of tbe Republican nominating con vention. FOR COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce PETER LEHNER As a candidate for re-election to the office of Collector of Cape Girardeau county, subject to the action of the Republican nominating convention. We are authorized to an...

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. — 23 May 1896

MIXED UP. Everything of Local Form To Found That U of Interne. MONDAY. be The Common Pleas Court will con vene next Monday. J. M. Morrison sold two thrashing machines last week. If the stock ordinance is defective and it surely is the City Council should proceed to amend it. Stock can be found running at large in all parts of the city day and night. A little ill, then a little pill. The ill is gone the pill has won. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the little pills that cure great ills. J. Maple Wilson. Newspapermen, drummers and every body else say Cape Girardeau is the best town on earth, and yet some of our people are not happy. They do not appreciate their greatness. The editor ofthe Jackson Cash-Book did not attend theeditorialconvention. Frank was afraid to get too near a big brewery. The write-up that we will get from the Southeast editors will do us more good than the write-up we got from the St Louis Republic's correspondents. Circuit Court is in session at New Madrid this wee...

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. — 23 May 1896

THE DEMOCRAT It. II. ADAMS, I'uMUhrr. cape girahuea': TnE comptroller of the currency re ceived notice, on the 13th, of the fail ure of the First national bank of Kl Iieno, Ok la. The signing of a protocol Wtwcn the governments of Argentina and Chili has removed a threatening situa tion, and it is Wlieved that tnere is now no cause for anxiety. The house committee on pubi e buildings and grounds, on the 1.' th. or dered a favorable report on the bill of Mr. Little (Ark. to prohibit the sale of intoxicating lijuors iu the capitol building. PrixcE lTVRKirE, ho rlaitr.s to W the hereditary heir to the Mexican throne, has been expelled, it is report ed, from the Metropolitan club of Washington for conduct unbecoming a gentleman. The act mating provision for the deportation of refugee Canadian Cree Indians from the state of Montana, 'and their delivery to tire Canadian au thorities, was approved bv h v-'-A-(leiit uu the 13th. Commissioner Roosevelt announces that the Xew York police boar...

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. — 23 May 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. II. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. AX UNRECORDED FIGHT. Br I.IECT. J. C. W. BROOKS, V. & A. T Fort Yuma, in the southwest corner of Arizona, life had long been monot onous, so we heard with much pleas ure that several bands of Apaches had "jumped " their reservations and were on the war path. Prepara tions were at once begun in anticipa tion of expected orders to round the In dians up. Soon we recuived the orders by telegraph, and at once took the Held. The other officers of my troop were either on leave or on detached service, fro I was temporarily in command of my troop. I had graduated from the mili tary academy but a short time before, end had been on but few scouts. Still 1 had seen enough field service to make me quite confident of my ability to com mand my troop. The number of hostile Indians was reported at about 30. divided into sev eral bands. As the direction which they had taken wa.i not definitcly hnown, it was considered best for the...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 23 May 1896

Teller's Contribution to History. Senator Teller has made a contri bution to history which deserves more attention from the press than it has thus far received. The general belief has been that the silver bullion de posit law of 1890, popularly called the Sherman act, which received the sol id support of the Republicans and the solid support of the Democrats, was forced on the Republicans as an es cape from free silver. The situation was this: The Senate, on the motion of Plumb, of Kansas, changed a House conditional free silver bill to an out-and-out free silver measure but the House rejected the Senate amendments, and a conference was had which resulted in the framing and enactment of the bill called the Sher man law. The sponsor of that measure, John Sherman, in his 'Recollections of Forty Years," thus tells why it was . brought forward: "A large majority of the Senate favored free silver, and ' it was feared that the small majority against it in the other house might yield and a...

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. — 30 May 1896

DEAOGRflT PRINTING GO., Publistiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 6 THE EDITORS TALK. ienees of city life she has the advan- ; tage of a location that can be sur Kind WordS For Our City. P--l by no other place of the same ! size in America. A portion of the city What the Southeast Missouri Kditors Have to say About Our lty and Our I'coplc. The editors who attended the meet ing of the Southeast Missouri I'ress Association meeting held in this city May l.'ith and Hith talk as follows about our city and our people: From the Piedmont llaiuier. it was the pleasure of this writer to spend a day last week in C'ajic Gir ardeau in attendance on the annual meeting of the Southeast Missouri I'ress Association. Cape Girardeau is. an old city, beautiful for location and solid as a rock. She occupies a foremost position in the educational and business interests of this section of the State. The Normal Institute is a handsome structure located on a com manding emi...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 30 May 1896

; 3 ll ' "f i.1 TWO BISHOPS CHOSEN til Methodist Episcopal Seneral Con farene After rattle Effort to Post, pone Dr. C. C. McCa.be and Dr. Karl Cranston Elected, the Former on the Fifteenth and the letter on the Six teenth ltallot. Cxeyklakd, O., May 20. The dead lock in the letl nlist Episcopal gen eral conference iver the election of two bishops was broken yesterday by the election of Dr. has. f. McCabe, of New York, and Dr. Earl Cranston, of Cincinnati. The ball was set in motion by tier. Stafford, of Iowa, who moved that the election of bishops be indefinitely post poned. This precipitated a lively dis cussion, and the motion as defeated and the election followed. THE NEW BISHOPS. Sketches of Chaplain McCabe and Dr. Karl Cranston. Ci.evei.axd, O., May 20. Charles C 3JcCabe was born October 11, 1S36, in Athens, O. Ho entered the Ohio con ference in 1SG0, and was stationed at I'utnam. In 16G2 he became chaplain in the One Hundred and Twenty-second Ohio volunteer infantry. At the ba...

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. — 30 May 1896

FARM AND GARDEN. HIGHWAY LOCATION. An Important Subject Instructively Treat ed by an Oregon .Man. Good roads are lx ii:ir oraetieally and reici-.tilieaily considered ly the Oret'on l'o:id club, oil'ort laud, (ire. It rtceutly ifc.s;ii-d a bulletin in which :. C'h.is-, a member of the club, rives some iuter estinfr points on Highway Lot-alion." The ioliimiiifj lines are '.uken from his Jia-ier: To locate a w.njoa road jiro-vrly is a v.'ork ref-uirinjr 1:0 little thoupht and careful consideration. To weiifii ail the conditions, frivin-r to each its ri-pir in.-iiirtance. and finally to make-ti lnc.i tion in Ahicli cmniitioiiS are balanced, rcipires much li.'e.e and thoii;rh and catiiiot be li.me in a day. To be sure. ir is t-a.-y eiioiipii to say thai a mail over v.hich a team can haul a ti n is iiettt r tlia.n a roail en which half a ton is a limit. Hut. maybe the ien; !e who are to use the road have more horst io-ver or.d time to spare than money. Again, the tratlic of a district may...

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. — 30 May 1896

re u a-: ft; 1 The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Ttie Democrat Printing Go. 114. THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post OfTte at Cape Girardeau, Ho., as second-class matter. SATL'liDAY, MAY :(, 18!;. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR STATE SKNATOlt. We are authorized to announce THOMAS K. GKKK.V As a candidate fr State Senator from this Senatorial District. subject to the decision of the Senatorial Uepublican nominating convention. FOK SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce ItKIiN'HAIU) (iOCKKL As a candidate for the office of Sheriff of. Cape Girardeau county, subject to the action of the Uepublican nominat ing convention. We are authorized to announce EDWARD F. REGEXHAKDT As a candidate for Sheriff of Cape Girardeaucounty, subject to the action of the Republican nominating con vention. FOK COUNTY THEASUKKlt. We are authorized to announce AUGUST UDE As a candidato for the office of County Treasurer, subject to the action of tin; County Kepubliean nominating con vention. FOlt COLLECTOR....

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. — 30 May 1896

MIXED UP. Everything of Local Form To be Found That It of Interest. MONDAY. Five acres of land in the southwest part of the city sold at administrators sale was knocked off at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars. We are informed -that the Jackson Milling Company pays more for wheat at Oran in Scott couuty than they pay at Jackson. How can they do this? -lude Koehler,we are informed, has purchased himself a tine blooded trot ter. The School Hoard of Now Madrid, elected as teachers, (''has. IX. Pepper, Miss Kate Pepper, Miss Ida Woody and Miss Kate Carroll. The St. Charles hotel is still without a tenant. Something should be done by our business men to have this tine house o)ened up and oierated. It is too good a house to be permitted to remain vacant. We might tell you more about One Minute Cough Cure, but you probably know that it cures a cough. Every one does who has used it. It is a jer fect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarse ness. It is an especial favorite lor children, lieing ple...

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. — 30 May 1896

f it Ml H 'I ; C I. -1 THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. ADAMS, I'ublisher. CAI'E girahdeaij. MISSOURI. TnE privileges of the mails were, on the 22d, denied to the Home Art Pic ture Co. and the Russell Collection agency, of Chicago. Ox the 22d ex-United States Senator Vita. A. Wallace died in Xew 'iork city. Mr. Wallace l-.ad been serious! y Ml for several mouths. The Regular Army and Navy union, in session at Washing-ton, installed its r.ew officers, on the 21st, and ad journed to meet next year at Kansas City, .Mo. The senate, v.-ithout objection, on the 10th, confirmed the nomination of Hon. John C. Tars-ney. of Kansas City, Mo., to be associate justice of the su preme court of Oklahoma. Tiieee -was unveiled at Fort Mill, 6. C, on the 22d, a monument erected by an ex-slave owner and an ex-confederate soldier in honor of the faith ful slaves of the south during the war The German reichstng. on the 19th, passed a resolution granting the gov ernment a credit of 2.000.000 marks for the purpose o...

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. — 30 May 1896

MfJ; -rl Hi. fair day passed, . V. . . 1 I stood enwrapped In its fading light, .".nd ihe west was touched with its warmth and Clow, As it welcomed the Lalmy night. As I stood bv the road in my dream of joy, I was touched t.y the muffled tone Of the f-.ineral drum, while the soldier bey v as iKrne to ins rest alone. 1 fallowed the hler to the lonely srave. With a heart that swelled with pride For the deeds of the noMe hero brave Vi'ho for his country died. -And I gathered the lil:es for his winding- Rh'.K t. Hade wreaths of the f.owers that grew ly the way. And laid them down at the hero's feet. This sad Memorial day. Ar.d every year as the time goes by. And the evening sun lights the western sky. I gather the flowers that prow by the way. Ar.d weave into garlands fragrant with life. And po to the prave Memorial day. To give him his laurels he won in the strife. Lydia li. Walsh, In Home ar.d Country. PLUNKETTf 'ORXIXG.' said Mr. Dlodgett, with an upward jerkofthe chin. "So you're th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 30 May 1896

QUAY AT CANTON. Having Ills l.oni; Advertised Talk With MeKinley. Caxto.v, O., May 22. .St-n.-ilin- M. S. Quay of 'i.'nn!-ylvarti:i, :iccoin;).i nied by .(. Hay Brown of Lanrastcr. IV... arrived in thtr city Ihi.s morning over the- Pennsylvania Koad at 10 o'clock. Iov. MeKinley, having re ceived a telegram that -Senator Quay would pay him a visit, met him at the t-tation in the modest family carriage. To a reporter on the train Senator Quay declined to talk as to the ob ject of his mission, saving merely that he iva paying IJuv. .MeKinley a friendly vish. Mr. Brown raid he was merely trav e.lini; as Mr. (Quay's ourananion. and had no knowledge as to the nature of his mission, and that Senator Quay intended returning east at 2 o'clock this afternoon. It is lx.-lieveu here this afternoon that the visit is friendiv in every way. Woman's l'rojrrews. The general Methodistconferenee, in session at 'leveland, has leen great ly perplexed with the woman question, more so than by any other it...

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

Wo t DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 7 AT THE CONVENT. j :.! pri.-s will tax- j.Ui.- i:,,,-.- i MISSOURI QUARANTINE. SOUNDING the president. JmisS : :"! oi tn- Ti?r: and announcement . MISS INGERSOLL AFFIRMS. I-:U-rst.iis Kxcrcis.-sr.t the r1(M., '"' '""!'' "f "' " ""'k-v '-""tfstar.t.-. .rkai Trylnst t.ll!- t!i- Itulv ' nitr Sherman, t.n.y nn.l !"'! j,t. i.j t.-U to swoarln !! lidur.-.tioual Institution. ar.:. of invitation wit! not Ih- :s.-urd Itf-laxt-ii. all i poii Ilim. j ik-in t.ivlnsj Hi-rTc iulci-.-sliny i'.ciri.-r. u.-r. -. - ::t iiorlh.- closhiy fViTci-cs this LlTTI.K :; ;. .UtN.. .lum-:;. Com-: Wa.siuxhtiiX. .i'u:;.-1. Tin.-M n tin- cstltiionv. m-m-, -xercis-s v.hi.-h -.vill take and A.-ricuki.rc is now Ii, Missouri ' '-e oi.nntt:.-on ror.-ij.oj Keiatintis. i .. tin.mi.. .,. The Cai- iln-werv .V l.v Conn.: I in.- --eadhiy of iit.-i !";,''' " "!t ;lt " '"' coiif.-i i-iiiif whit th- oiiieials of tliat ; a::i1...

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. — 6 June 1896

to THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS, l'ablisber. cape giraedeah. MISSOURI. Ox the night of the 2Gth. the corona tion of the czar and czarina was ap propriately celebrated in Washington by a fete given by the Russian minis ter, Mr. Kotzebue. The grounds sur rounding the house were illuminated, and the Marine band furnished music luring the evening. Ox the 2!ith the president returned, without his approval, to the house of representatives. 'in which it originated, the river and harbor bill, his objection to the measure being based upon the large amounts appropriated for con tinuing contracts. An attempt will be made to pass the bill over the veto. Ox the i'flth the treasury department began the payment of the sugar boun ties under the recent decision of the supreme court. The claims now be ing paid are under the S21f0,000 appro priation for accrued bounty due at the time the bounty law was repealed. There are 4,500 of this class of claims. The annual convention of the Ger man Presbyterian ...

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