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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 July 1896

TMEY LEAVE COURTESY AT HOM E Vaarnaatuaiail irai-kiiea ut aa ruifl-i-Wrlier. A frit-nil of iiiiin- link jubt returned from u lon(f t)f irliiiif tuiir in (.m l. of 1'raiUM- mill I In' Nil lui IwinU, ami tin tolil iii ninny mill I'm iiiiio linnet, il..iut Hit? v;y l.nlii.liiiit-11 mill lliiiifo ure fiuihiil. icil ly Jul, j, I.- who me liml mi olililii'fiif 11 lliH-iiuiilari'i:iiiil.ilii-i- vs it It In-Ill. Ill til" l-milkr l,f num Teuln.ii 1 llhkl ll llilll to lillliir (lie 1'lllil-ll illliild vliu vvi-iv ninht tiill.fil ulmiit, mi. I llie tiaiin-H In- f.'uf uito hlurl !iii(', 1 (ii..e liiu wonU: "'1 In' I 4r-- uitint v.li:--. vorli in li-st known v.rt- Wultt-r ('rain-, Kuvi-ii Hill mid Auliii-y J.iiiii!i--." I tri-i lianl to rum im- hint tlml In- hiul UliMlliili-l'htonil tin- ,lilii' l:iM-, lull lit Mas im i.:-i.i-.r ii tin- im-inLu-iuu lilll.-ln-1-oinc of "Wt- An- h.n-n." I iii.ti lirlivt nfli-i- i.itist v. Ii inij !.l hi- .r miiiii iI to iiin al moil- mhm-i fully to tlllr fon-in li...

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. — 25 July 1896

-' v ) i. 5 r" "V- 42 n ii 1 Li If 1 TO CUT DOWN WAGES. By Faying the Workingman tn Cheap Silver Dollars. Ex-Gov.- Horace Boies, of Iow a, is franker than his fellow silverites. who ALLIUATUn SENSE.. jAsnake Mslccs a Meal f Morklnsoi.,ilel.mwBt ..tf!UV For such rata-! ' !lorue apply to the T'nivvrsit v Li-! Thj- Don't Have Much IU lor. Tiu-v j Ul'- s""l irs. It. K. .. William, ' bririan :t Coluirl.l" Are too Year m.l. , ivntly ,r.am-;1 and most happily Examination for'admission wiili.e i " u Know. aiU 1 i) . ii.-n I'm son. ' " .wir eies-am nome at n. ... ..... i-.- :. t". Cape City Roller Mills, j r. g. r a jmn e y, Latest Improved llolk-r Process. pretend th.t their MK-enWoHar-cEeme j ,:ini, Wk ; uls c,Mli,:. ' ..lhal j,,,,! ! Plea.-ard. had amon'sr the ,, would lieneiit the vaorkine" classes. In 1 , 1 , i i- , , , . , . :. : ,. T isrutors are the most a ll-etionata ": "' im? noiisc ATTORNEY AT LAW, ill practice in all the eonrts u l attcn 1 to in v ciieor- Ilivin;; Bli.t?ii tlie K...

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. — 1 August 1896

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 15 DEWOGRftT PRINTING CO., Publishers. .ludiie Balientine Talks Hack. some Questions About Money. KDITOR Xkwsmoy: I notice that the A correspondent asks us some ques editor of the Cape Girardeau Dkmo- tions which we print here, with a re CKAT has heard that I "had quit the ply to each. republican party and was now a howl- 1. Was silver a legal tender for ins; free silver Populist." He also ex- any amount of debts, public or pri presses much sympathy and says "we vate. from the beginning of the (iov cannot believe he will go otT with ernment until 17:1? these free silver fanatics." The editor of the DKM.xtiAT and 1 -. Is silver only a le-ral tender to are old friends and I appreciate his the amount of " now? kindly notice. It is true I have been ! No. The silver dollars are. full a republican for forty years. The , legal lender for any amount. The sub Republican party wa- t party of j sidiary coins, being purposely made...

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. — 1 August 1896

URYAN AND WATSOX. The Nominees of the Populist Na tional Convention. Synopsis of the Proceeding of the Gather ing; at St. I-rfmlA It Kr-rased to la dorse Setrll Bryan's Rail ing Mate. Following- is a synopsis of the pro ceedinffs of the Populist national con tention held at St. Louis: FIRST DAY. Thei Proceedings. At 12:34 the convention was railed to order by Mr. Taubeneck, chairman of the national imm Chairman II. E. Taubfnrrt. committee, and the proceed i ncs were opened with prayer by Kev. V. K. I Smith, of the Third Baptist church of St. Louis. Gov. William J. Stone of Missouri was in troduced by Taubeneck. and delivered an ad dress of welcome. Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, of Minnesota, re sponded to Gov. Stone's address of welcome. The chairman asked such members of the xecutive committee as were in the body of he hall to step up to the platform. Amom? those who thus advanced was Mrs. Mary Kilen Lease, who was warmly cheeied. Chairman Tauleneck introduced as temporary chairman of th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 August 1896

THE SOLID SILYERITES The National Silver Party in Con vention at St. Louis. Fynopftlg or the Proceed 1 n g A Solid Sil ver Platform Adopted and Bryan and bewail Nominated by Acclamation. St. Louis, July 52. The conditions poverninr; entrance to the silver con vention were almost as rigorous as those at Chicago on the opening clay of the democratic convention, although the demands for admittance were so few that at five minutes of twelve there was no one in the pal lery but the band, and on the floor, scarcely more than 200 per sons, including- visitors. At 12:15 Chairman Dr. Moil, of New lork, and Secretary Ken ncy, of Cali fornia, came on the platform, and ar rangements for opening the conven tion were speedily made. FIRST DAY. The Proceeding. At 1S:2S Dr. Mott railed the convention to or der, announcing that proceedings would be opened with the reading of the call for the con tention by J. M. Devine. secretary of the Ui roetalllc leaeue, which was accordingly done by Mr. Deviue. A...

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

4 j m H I' LtI .a i The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Euttred at the Post (Mile at tajie Girardeau, Mo.v as second-class matter. SATURDAY. AUGl'STl, 1W. REPUBLICAN TICKET i Tor 1 'resilient. W1U.IAM M'KIXLKY. For Vice I'rcsiilert. garrf.t a. hobart. For Governor. robf.rt. i:. lf.wis Kor Lieutenant Iovernor. A. C. PF.TTUOlIX. For Supreme Judge. RUDOLPH HIRZF.L. For It. K. and Warehouse Commissioner. gk ugk m. stillk. For Secretary of -Stale. WM. 1. FRF.KMAX. For Auditor. joiix ;. bishop. For State Treasurer. JOSKPH F. GMF.L1CK. For Attorney General. JOHN' KF.XXISH. For Klectors at Large. B. li. UPTOX and JoHX 15. HALL. Forjudge -St. Louis Court of Apfxals. li. K. RO.MBAUF.R. Foi Judge Kansas City Court of Appeals JAMKS BOTTSFoKP. For State Senator. THOMAS li. GRKF.XK. For Congress. .JOIIX A. SXIDF.K. ANNOUNCEMENTS. K( K KKl'KKSKNT ATI Y I'.. Ye are authorized to announce UK. SAM S. HARRIS As an indepi-ndi-nt candidate for Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 August 1896

MIXED UP. Kvrrytlitns of Local Form To Found That Is or Interest. MONDAY. be Peironnet's new building on Main sti-eet will have a plate g;lass front for the first story and the front of the second story will be of buff brick, the first brick of the kind used in this eity. Dunklin county is out of debt and lias a balance in the treasury to the credit of revenue fund of over Poison Ivy. insect bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by UeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the rreat pile cmv. For sale by .1. M;1. lle Wilson. I)ru-rrist. The Populists commenced at the tail ml of the ticket and nominated Tom Vatson of Georgia, for Vice-President. They then wanted to nominate Rryan for President, but he will not accept unless Sewall is nominated also. "f iri '! Directory of the Principal Business fionses. Oscar Cramer and his fair bride I If vou have ever seen a little child lepuHcan Mass Meetings and t oun- came down from .St. Louis this mi,. : in tS.. .-..r,.,,.- ..,,,.... ,.,i.,;t ty C...

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

THE DEMOCRAT. 15. II. ADAMS, Publisher, CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI The treasury gold reserve, at th close of business on the 21st, stood at BS9,603,665. The day's withdrawals were $184,100. Failures for the week ended on the E4th were 281 for the United StatesJ against 202 for the corresponding wee" of last year, and 20 in Canada, against R7 last year. TnE body of CoL Daniel B. Hunger ford, father of Mrs. John V. Maciay, who died at his home in the city oi Rome, on the 20th, has been embalmed, and will be brought to America for in terment. R. T. Fbte, president of the Illinois State Horticultural society, who was asphyxiated by gas at the Great Xorthern hotel In Chicago a few days before, died in the Cook county hospi tal on the 21st. The treasury gold reserve, through the action of the New York national banks in depositing 815,250,000 in gold, stood at the close of business on the 83d at 8101,881,77a The day's with drawals were 8239,400, taken for hoard ing purposes. Phii.Adei.phia...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 August 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. Jt. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOCR,. WHERE ARE THE BOYS? fcTiere are the boys that I used to know' Seme of their tnnnio. .... ah u ""Htwiinmow And some have crossed over the river wide ie nome on the other side! The meadow blossoms thA nn n tut where are the boys that I used to I have never written a sone for fam- I have said to mv mii t t .1 . , , . v tii a. name. It it mingle still with the friends I love- .t me, Bum ueiow ir tney soar above'" But the spring is here, with her grace'and glow, And where are the boys that I used to AilUn i Where are the boys? Through the The world hath laughter the world hath tears. And a kiss from a woman's Hps Is sweet But I never trample the stony street Cut I think: "There are hearts 'neath the im-na, una on. Where are the boys of long ago?" God in the blue skips nH r.r. And the world with one chorus that's echo ing uoa: And I whisper in sorrow, and moan in my "Does God keep the lives of the boys Ion ago?" I know not...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 August 1896

t i t -r i Hi i Jr.; 1 . Is ll MAKING A NEW MOUTH. Delicate Surgical Operation 1'cr lormed Upon a I'taU I'.oy. New Yoi:k. July 27. A delicate operation was performed last week on little Ivan Decker, whose mother had brought him across the continent to New York, where he could lie treated. The operation was no less than mak ing a new mouth for the boy. Then? was a wide fissure on the left side of the child's palate, extending all the way back. This affection had caused the .-laid -Treat difficulty in swallowing, and. if not remedied, would in time have proved a serious impediment to distinct articulation. This peculiar affiction is occasionally hereditary. Little Ivan was in excellent health when it was divided to perform the nieration last Thursday at the home of Mr. Ilyor.. where Mrs. Decker was staying. Dr. J. H. Branth jierformed the operation, in which he used about seventy-live instruments, taking more than three hours. The operation began with the par tial incision of the two ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 August 1896

arf : r .- i t DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PubllsHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 6 WITH A PISTOL. Burrette Sawyer His Life. Ends Shot Himself Through the Head on Main street In thlH city. Saturday evening- Burrette Sawyer, youngest son of Hon. John J. Sawyer, came in from Jackson in the evening hack. He put up at Hotel Scott and Saturday night was out in town with a highly respected young lady. He accompanied the young lady aboard the steamer Idlewild and the boat rang her bell to leave when he es - corted the young lady to her He returned to the hotel at home, about eleven o'clock. He did not go to bed but remained in the office. At about three o'clock he started up the street with a letter in his hand. At the corner of Main and Independence streets he was met by the night watch man. The watchman spoke to him and told him that be would be going up the street in a few minutes and he would mail his letter for him. Young Sawyer replied that he wanted ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 August 1896

AN AWFUL CALAMITY. Two Crowded Trains Collided at a Railroad Crossing. forty-Two Per (on Killed Outright and. Eighty Injured, Moat of Whom Hut lle An Engineer Die at Uli Pose Atlantic Ci-rr, N. J., July 31. A terrible railroad catastrophe took place on the Meadows, about two miles out of this city, shortly after 6:30 oclock last evening, resulting in the death of 42 people, as far as now an be learned, and the wounding of 80 others. A train left here consisting of seven cars over the West Jersey railroad, bearing a special excursion oi lied ilen and their friends of Uridgeton, N. J., and Salem, and had readied the crossing of the Heading railroad when it was struck by the 5:40 down express from Philadelphia, demolishing two cars and telescoping the two following. The engine of the .Heading train became a total wreck, killing the engineer and fatally injur ing the fireman, and the car behind it vas also thrown from the track, and niany of its occupants killed or in jured. The respons...

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

SUMMER COMPLAINT. PT of Interest to Mothers Watching the Health of Their Babies. Esther more than 15 per cent, of all who are born into this world leave it within a year, and more than 25 per cent, before they have reached their third anniversary. These deaths oc curring with t-uch relative frequency iu the warmer uionths have given rise to a germ summer complaint, which, in its most typical torm, is a cholera; iu other words, tn inflammation of the small in testines, whose conspicuous symptom is colliquative diarrhea. Except from the frequency and severity of this disease or, rather, group of diseases in the case of oun; children there is nothing to justify the special use of the teint 'choler:i infantum," since it is nothing but cholera nostrum occurring in in fants. The w ise physician suspects the stom ach in t very case of intestinal catanh or indigestion. Not that there is neces sarily or even frequent or antecedent organic lesion of the stomach, but lie cause the most common ...

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. — 8 August 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, mo., aa secona-ciaas matter. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 18".m. REPUBLICAN TICKET For President. WILLIAM MKIXLEY. For Vice President, GARRET A. HOB ART. For Governor, ROBERT. E. LEWIS For Lieutenant Governor. A. C. PETTIJOHX. For Supreme Judge, RUDOLPH HIRZEL. For R. R. and Warehouse Commissioner. GEORGE M. STILLE. For Secretary of State. W.M. P. FREEMAN. For Auditor, JOHN G. BISHOP. For State Treasurer, JOSEPH F. GMELICK. For Attorney General. JOHN KEXXISH. For Electors at Large, B. B. UPTON' and JOHN B. HALE. For Judge St. Louis Court of Ap)e:tls. R. E. ROM BAUER. Foi Judge Kansas City Court of Apjieals JAMES BOTTSFORD. For State Senator. THOMAS R. GREENE. For Congress. JOHN A. SNIDER. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized ',u announce DK. SAM S. HAKKIS As an indeendent candidate for Representative of Cape Girardeau county in the Legisla...

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

MIXED UP. Everything of Local Form To be Found That la of Interest. MONDAY. Regardless of the intense beat of these yellow August days the candi date continues to hustle. The proprietors of the Star I restau rant on Main streethave shntup shop, quit and moved out and a placard bearing- the legend, ' For Rent." is posted in the window. Poison Ivy, inject bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the trreat pile cure. For sale by J. Ma ple Wilson. Druggist. The two new bnssiness houses bring erected on Main street are being push ed rabidly toward completion. George G. Kimruel left on the 11:1." train to day for Jefferson City. He is a delegate to the State Democratic convention which is to meet in that city on the 5th inst. Good old G ranny Metcalfe, NT years old, living at 100.1 S. 4th street. Pa dycah, Ky.,says that Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered during her life. Guaran tee...

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

I. IU ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI The treasury deficit for July, as shown by the statement issued on the 1st, was, 313.125,790.67. The national committee of the peo ple's party, otherwise the populists, will, make Washington the headquar ters of the organization. The president, on the 29th, appoint ed John Sheridan, of West Virginia, a government director of the Union Pacific Railway Co., -vice Fitzhugh Lee, now consul-general at Havana. The executive committee of the Na tional Irrigation congress met in Den ver. CoL, on the 31st, and arranged the programme of the annual meeting to be held in Phoenix, Ariz., December 15, 16 and 17. At Dayton, O., on the 20th, Henry Dipple, a night watchman, threw some water on a fire he had discovered in a frame house, and electricity from a crossed wire passed through the wa ter and killed him. Failures throughout the United States for the week ended on the 31st, as reported by R- G. Dun & Co., were 281, against 261 for the corre...

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

THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAFE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI HELEN. Do you know since first I met you, Helen dear, Fve been powerless to forget you Want you near? That I cannot live without you? There's a certain charm about you, Causins me to never doubt you, "Which Is queer. Since so many girls have told me They'd be true. And as regularly sold me Not like you. Who've beon faithful to me ever. Never sought our love to sever. But with every fond endeavor. Dearer grew. Many times and oft, I've held you On my knee. Yet I never have compelled you There to be: Though I often used to kiss you. And when far away would miss you; I am certain that in this you Will agree That you sanctioned such caresses As were those. Yet their naughtiness no less is, I suppose. If Dame ltunior would but drop her Bly remarks but I can stop hi-r. You're my daughter: so it's proper Now she knows. Good Housekeeping. A REMARKABLE STORY. "Yes, I had some strange cases dur ing the twenty years that I was i...

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

PLATFORM, BUT NO TICKET. Bourke Cockran's Ad vice to Sound Money Democrats. He Believes They should Declore In Convention lor McKlnlcy and IIo bart The Only M'ay to Defeat Bryan Currency Question Above all Others. New York, .August 2. Bourke Cockran returned last Saturday from Europe by the steamer Pari6. Mr. Cockran did not forget American politics during- his trip, and he has evolved a plan by which he thinks the defeat of the Chicago candidate may be encompassed. Speaking of the situation he said: "I regard it as the gravest in the history of the country, exceeding in importance the crisis of 1860. The secession movement was but an attempt to divide this country between two Governments, each of them designed to protect property within the limits of its jurisdiction. The movement launched at Chicago is an attempt to paralyze industry 'by using all the powers of government to take proer- ty from the hands of those who created it and place it in the hands of those who covet it. This...

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

DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., PuDIISTiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 17 DEATHS 621. BIG CALIFORNIA FORTUES. ItlgHallots Tins Year. The officials in Massachusetts who ' have charge of the preparation nf'"1'1 ofThoMWho Innocent Bystander shot. Cairo III., August 10. J. D. Stone, this vear's ballot evntx-f tn ,.,.. a I - -- - vuiiam" j erably embarrassed by the number of California has long had a reputa Number of I'ersons Who I'erlshed From Heat In Greater New York, and Neighboring ToWns. New York. Aug. IX The heated parties. The length of the ballot is J tion as the home of the bonanza king, term in New York and vicinity has J limited by law to 13 inches, so that j and a recently issued document, based not come to a close, but its violence there is no additional space, although ' on the records of the San Francisco has subsided appreciably. j tnere we at least two more ticket j Probate Court, teils an interestin At 10:30 o'clock this morning the : on l...

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

THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS, Publisher; CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOCRi The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC Trains collided at Birkbeck, 111., and William Bukerand Charles Birchnaugh - Here killed and ten other persons were Injured. In a wreck on the Big1 Four road at North Indianapolis, Ind., race horses valued at $00,000, owned by J. E. Bush, of Louisville, Ky., were so badly injured (hct none will ever race again. Four compnnies of militia were pro tectinir the workmen at the Brown hoisting- works in Cleveland, O. The principal part of Salem Center, Ind., was destroyed by fire. The fertilizing1 works of Daniel liaugh & Sons in Philadelphia were damaged lo the extent of $125,000 by fire. Tom Brown, an insane farmer at Clay, Ky., 30 years old, killed his wife, mother-in-law and baby with an ax. The visible supply of grain in the United States on the 3d was: Wheat, 46,754,000 bushels; corn. 10,752,000 bush els; oats, 7,110,000 bushels; rye. 1,593, 000 bu...

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