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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 29 August 1896

T HE DEMOCRAT. II. H. ADAMS. l'ulUher. CAPE girari:au. MI.SSOCRi A TELEPATHIC TIP. A telegram for vou, sir. It v us the morning of the Derby day, and I had just looked into the ollice dpi ore starting lor hnsom. I was at the time on the staff of the Sporting Courier, and hcsidi s giving what is known in the sporting world, as "mid Cay finals, I usualiv "did" the home 'Oiif tings. I took the telegram and tore it open, The message surprised me, for it. ran: 'JJon l'ero is bound to win. Dixey. I lead it again and again. Don l'ero was a rank outsider, and had lieen looked upon by everybody as not hav ing the slightest chanee of a plaee. For -confirmation one had only to look at the "latest London betting" to find that the Ii.ir.se stood at fifty to one. Yet Dixey. "die trainer, hail never before misled me, nnd I eould not help feeling that there must be something in it. Dixev J. new what he was doing, and, as he was always counted as one of the smart men, I determined to do what in an o...

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. — 29 August 1896

A' r" ' ' ' : ' t--' ! rtr - : l.i BPinLirinL Pluis Orez 'into. "ToinLir 3SSIi3nL(dle It would be folley for us to start a store here and sell no cheaper than other merchants. WE DO SELL CHEAPER, not on a few things but on EVERYTHING, and a lot cheaper. We have come here to stay, remember that. You will always find things just as ADVERTISED. Our profits are all figured on a CASH BASIS, and we quote you prices that we could not make, did we not buy and sell for CASH and CASH ONLY. Don't you think it will pay you to spend your cash at the store that is run on a CASH BASIS? All goods marked in plain figures strictly one price to all. i 7 , t Tinware: Pint cups 2 Quuart cups . :i One half gallon covered bucket ."i Large coffee pot 10 One half gallon coffee pot s Clothes pins per dozen 1 Egg beater 2 Tacks per paper 1 Set tin spoons .' :; Set knives and forks ' Nine inch shears ."i Ten quart tin pails Seventeen quart dish pan lit Pie pans 2 ::t Steei inr.pas..cs. . . Strap hinges per ; G...

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. — 5 September 1896

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisliers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 186. Vol. XXI No. 20 ... I . WIZZARD3 OF THE AIR. llal omos, M"Ile Irwin and Other Ce lebrities, With IMnellns Bros Ircus. There is probably no single feature of a circus programme that claims so much breathless attention or that thrills an audience to a greater de gree than intrepid performance upon iuc n iiiijieze. xuis is paritcuiar ly true of the DaComas. the wonder ful ai-rini family who will be with Ringling Bros.' World's Greatest Shows during the engagement in this city. Thursday, September 17. This notable family of gymnasts sni prises oiie gentlemen and two lad k-s. andtlie'tr act is not only unique, but also far superior to anything of the fcind ever before seen in this country. They ac tually fly through space, turning sin gle and double somersault in mid air. and never failing to catch each other at tfce critical moment of descent. The crowning feature of the fierformance is urn; in whi...

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. — 5 September 1896

j'Vw' r r : i v. 1"-' tt'KIXLEY'S LETTEK. -Accepting the Republican Presi dential Nomination. ia Freseatatlon of the Principal Is ea of t he Pending Campaign From a. Its-publican Mandpolnt KSrirfly Summarised, CaJixov, O , Aug. 28. Maj. AIcKin ley'n letter of acceptance was g-iven to the press Wednesday evening', It is a ;platia presentation of the principal ixtiues of the pending' campaign from a republican standpoint, of easy com prehension by all readers. It is de voted principally to the discussion of what be considers tlie three great -questions of the campaign, protection. luMrttmuney and reciprocity. About one-third of the letter is devoted to a consideration of the free silver ques tion, in the course of which Maj. JIc Kinlcy says: TIjc republican party has declarer! in favor of is inu-rr.atiou;il ui.'recnieiil. and if elected prwiHjont, it will be my duly to eninhiy all pror means to promote it. The free coin age of silver In this country would defer, 11 out, defeat, intern...

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. — 5 September 1896

HIS NERVE WAS THEhE. I Tbll Sort of Centipede Wa Harmlesa, Bat He Didn't Know It. Tbe Hawaiian islaurfs are almost as ell off as Ireland. St. Patrick drove all the venomous insects and reptiles out Of the green i.s!e, buD the Hawavans claim that the reptiles and insects ltft on Mr. Bole's domain are in no sense of the word poisonous. People who have particular dealings vitl venomous insects importnl Iioiu the islands make the same claim. A local fruit importer said recently: "Very frequently we receive consicn ments of bananas and pineapples pack:d in dry irrass and leaves. In taking the fruit from the loes it is not uncommon to find a big centipede crawling along the stalk between the bananas, doing his best to get used to the California climate. "The other afternoon I w as opening a box of banana and pushed my b::nd through the straw to get at the stalk. 1 felt around for a few seconds and thought 1 could feel something movirg around cn the back o ' my hand. I had often heard of t...

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. — 5 September 1896

1 l I I-- v, The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Tne Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the PoBt Offle at Cape Uirardcan, Ho., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER.".. 1W.. REPUBLICAN TICKET r. For I 'resident. WILLIAM M'KINLKV. For Vice President. C5AK1IET A. HOUART. For Governor. P.oHKIlT. E. LEWIS For Lieutenant Governor. A. C. I'KTTI.IOIIN. For Supreme Judge. RUDOLPH HIRZEL. For and Warehouse Commissioner, GKOUC.KM. STILLE. For Secretary of State. WM. P. FREEMAX. For Auditor. JOHN G. BISHOP. For State Treasurer. JOSEPH F. GMELH K. For Attorney General. .IOHX KEXXISII. For Electors at Large. UPTOX and JOHN" P.. HALE Forjudge St. Louis Court of App-ais. R. E. ROM BAUER. Foi Judge Kansas ' 'ity ( 'ourt of Appeal. JAMES BOTTSFORD. For State Senator. THOMAS R. ORE EXE. For Congre;--. JOHN a. sxid:.;:. B. B. w ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOI! KKl'ItlOSKNTATlVi:. : are authorized to announce . sa.m s. H,i:!:i-i We are authorized to announce KOHERT M. SAWYER As a...

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. — 5 September 1896

I c -, . 9 s.s- " t . MIXED UP. It doesn't mHttr mnrh uliAtlioi. cl- m. m . M . ... . . . - I uommgacg t: uape airaraeau sept 17, digger ana "ssttei Tnan averi XTH) ira MIE IMS 9 - 1A XV World's Greatest Shows Everything of Local Form To be Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. A gentleman from Scott county tells us they had frost down in that county last Friday morning. Otto Holm is about through with his work at Jackson and he is now ready to receive orders for work at home. There is no use for us to say what Mr. Holm can do. Our 'people all know that. Poison Ivy. insect bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve, the Treat pile cure. For sale by .1. Ma ple Wilson. Druggist. .Ia. F. Caldwell. Jr.. candidate for Assessor, was in the citv last Saturday. Judge floss was up at App'.eton Sat- headache, fiHiousness, indigestion and consti)son are caused by ref lect or by unavoidable circumstances: DeWitfs Bittle Early Risers will speedily curej'them all. ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 September 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. The czar and czarina left the palace at Peterhof, on the 25th, on their way to Vienna, where the first of their visits will be made. TnESan Francisco Examiner-Jour- Hal's transcontinental bicvcle relay race started, at noon of the 23th, from the Examiner business office. An trie use crowd witnessed the starL A tei.kouam received on the 27th ' by the chairman of the committee on j arrangement of the District of Colura- I bia, indicates that Mr. Bryan wiilbein j Washington between the loth and 20th of September probably the 17th. A large number of telegrams and letters of congratulation on the strength of Maj. McKiuley's letter of acceptance were received at the head quarters of the republican national committee in Xew York city on the 87th. O.v the 28th the Bank of England raised the selling price of bar gold an other half penny. Within a few days gold to the value of 200,000 had been shipped from Australia to San Franci...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 September 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. ADAMS rubl'sher. cape giraedea;. MISSOURI HUNT IN A STOLEN BOAT. Tale of Two Boys "Who Floated for Deer and Bagged a Buck. A Night on Lake Mauawepie Still Pad dling In a Cedar Ski IT-Playing the Sportsman and Play ing the Foot. COPYRIGHT. 1S36.J "All right," said Perk. "Let's do it." We were "floating for deer,'' Perk nd I, on Catamount pond. There was no moon, but tiie starlight filtered down through, the darkness and made it trans lucent. I'erk sat in the bow of the beat, lacing forward, with a double-barreled shotgun, heavily charged, lying- across his knees. Close beside him lay a )oadcd rille. On his head was a'rude leathern eap, surmounted by a dark lantern, so adjusted as to east abeam of light along the sights and out into the gloom when he aimed his weapon. I Eat in the stern and plied a noiseless paddle. We were mere boys Perk about 15, and I two or three years elder but we understood our business. Il was not the first time that we had honi ed in the ...

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

ww St If lift I that we scii fcr cash only and make but one price, which means that children can buy as cheap ask for your money back and you will get it. We think this the strongest guarantee we can put This week we want to lei! ycu agsin here as you. can, and if you arc not suited on our goods. Read our offerings below Corsets. We carry the celebrated Featherbone line in :tll st l--s aid e ;1 in line we consider the i;est and satisfaction quaraiileed on every p..'r. different collors in the ."( cent line white, black, noli! and oral. I :.: of ."i0 cents we ask cents a pair. The li-hook buss form style '.hat ask ti." cents for we st-11 at 4."i cents. The BKST Feather:"-:.'' jn h.-s cents. W- are sidling lots of them. School Supplies. We carry all kinds of slates ranging in price fro: 2 c -nts to loc.n Best Table Oil Cloth 15 Cents a Yard. 10 Bars Laundry Soap for 25 Cents. ; Clothes Pins 1 Price is our greatest salesman. Wit, humor, oratory, eloquence all sit down when price rises ...

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. — 12 September 1896

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Piiblisbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 21 COMMITTED SUICIDE. Mike a. Heisserer Swallows a Powerful Drug. Mike Heissere, son of Vincent Heis serer, and a brother to W. H. Heis serer, Democratic nominee for col lector of Scott county, committed sui cire Wednesday night. He was i"! years old and had been married but a , few weeks. Mike Heisserer and Miss LiHie Proffit had been sweethearts for years mucij to the annoyance of the Heis serer family. About a month ago the youa-g couple slipped off and were ma fried. It is not keown where they were married, nor by whom, but it is said they were married by a Catholic priest, at Cairo. The Heisserer family especially the father was much grieved over their conduct and Mike and his wife made their home with Join Amos, a brother-in-law living west of Benton, where they have lived eivsr since their marriage. ILANDAUER TROUPE. Famous Flexible Models now with muslins Kros.' Itig Clre...

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. — 12 September 1896

... i - i - " . PALMER AND BUCKNEk. The Ticket Nominated by the Gold ' Democrats. SjnopaU of the Procerdinca of the N tioual Convention of the National Democratic Party Held at Indlauapolia. Ikdiasapolis, Ind.. Sept 3. The Weather to-dav is all that could be de- fciretl for the holding- of the regular j Democratic national convention. The i hour fixed for the asemblintr of the convention was noon, but the pas-j satre of the noon hour was only marked ; hy the rendering of "Old Hundred"' by the baud. The Proceedings. At 12:30 Senator Pulinrr. who had ta'trn a seat on the sfi?e as teai'.orary chairman, r isu eiiJ called the Cinvemiuu to order in a Irw ;ip pr upriat e wortls. Ker. Joan iia.en Vv'hitc o.fero l the opening lteprc-sentative Out!iW;iii;. o (Jaw, real me -..'i r..tt.A .,nr.nt:n which tt-ii fro.monMv Interrupted bv cheers. All reference t'j souad money waft loudly appiauda.L Tcrnhc ap plause followed mention of Cleveland' name in reading. The call of states bein; or iered and...

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. — 12 September 1896

T FASHION LETTER. A Modification in the Style of Early Summer - Kleevei hmaller and skirt Narrower Jacket. Kibbon. Etc. Ihipecial New Yorlt L'cr.-esposdecoe.) The latest gowns show a decided mod ification of the styles of early summer. The tendency is still toward light and airy effects, but the outline of skirts and sleeves have quite distinct pointa of difference. Of course, there is no ques tion but sleeves are smaller and skirts are- narrower in the very newest cos tumes, but in diaphanous materials the width of the skirt remains about the same, with no great shrinkage in tin; size of the sleeve that is, about the shoulders. From just above the elbow to the wrist they fit snugly, and there is a wrinkled effect much like that given by the mousquetaire glove. The full etl'ect on the upper arm is a boon to both stout and slender women which all will greatly regret to see vanish wholly. for it serves to give the desired breadth across the shoulders which accentu ates a small waist a...

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. — 12 September 1896

The Weekly Deiocrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printina Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Prist oilit- t; Cap,- Girard-aa. Mo., as eecni-clat matter. SATU KIJAY, SKITKMIIKi: lg. 1 '.... REPUBLICAN TICKET I'ii'- l';vfiil'-iii. vYiU.'AM M'KIXU'Y. ;'..! Yh- President. ;.i:i:;:r .. ihha::t. i '.u- ( .(iv.-rmi:-. ;; Mi'MiT. k. ;j:vis ''or ! .ieuiellant t 'ovcrnor. A. C FKTTI.IoHX. 1'or Suprollic Judge. l'i'!vi.PII iUKZiX. Fo il. It. ar.d ;.'.;:-eli(i!Hc Commissioner. (;:;:(; cm. stiixk. For S-.Tivuiry ii' Stai". W I '. I'KKi'MAX. Fur Auditor. .;.:jx (;. nisnoi'. For State Treasurer. .IOsjKPH F. ('MI'.UCK. Fol- AUol'Ii'.-y i e-U'Ta i. .K!I: KF.XXfsil !.! :tl Large. ih ii. I'P'J'kX :::.! .iiiliX I '.. ilAi.K !-i--a!s. For .1 ad j".- St. I.ouis I 'oil! ' or . i:. M i; a fki ;. i'o' -fudge Kansas 'i;y o ir; o: .IAMKS i:rTT.SFi ;:i. I 'or .Slat" Senator. THOMAS K. tiKKFXF. For ( 'enures-. .iullX A. SXIDKi:. A NNOUTil CEMENTS. i-i i: !ii:i'!:KS!".NTATi r.. ; are authorized t...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 September 1896

MIXED UP. Everything or Local Form To be Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. Oar old friend Julius Ural-', is :t candidate (ov Public Administrator, subject to the Republican Dominating convention. Mr. Umbeek is an hon est, honorable- man and hi- would make a splendid officer. The fellows who buy wild iiorscs should be notified that the streets of t'ajie (iirardeau are not oju n for race tracks. The ity Marshal should see that these fellows ey out of town to break their horses. Dr. It. A. Armistead's Ajjuo Tonic iloes not remove malaria from the -Vstcm by force, but hy jru'.'- and persuasive action. Hon. A. II. UviHton will I- in tills county three or four day- this month and he will bv willii: lu have a joint, debate with the Democratic nominee for Congress. We have in this office a specimen of the tifty-three cent dollar. The coin is Mexican money, made under free coinage law. It contains more pure silver than is in our American i!v, r dollar but it is not worth it- face val ue by ...

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. — 12 September 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. ADAMS, l'ublisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MfssorRt. Mrs. Agnes Hitt, of Indianapolis, tvas, on the 4th, elected president of the Woman's Relief corps at St Paul, Minn. Ma j. Tiiaiwf.us S. Claresox, of Omaha, Neb., was, on the 4th, chosen commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Re public for the ensuing year. The public debt statement, issued on the 1st, showed a r;et increase in the public debt, less cash in the treas ury, during August, of 812,342.083. Net cash in the treasury, S24;i,34G,400. The American steamship Laurada, said to be a Cuban filibuster, and er roneously reported wrecked by treach ery off the Jamaica coast, cleared from Port Antonio for Philadelphia on the night of the 2d. The Utah commission, on the 1st, Eubiuitted to the secretary of the in terior its annual report, detailing its work from July, J895, to January 1, iWrt, the date Utah was admitted to the Union as a state. On the 1st Secretary of the Interior David R. Francis bade farewell to St...

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. — 12 September 1896

3 THE DEMOCRAT. I!. II. ADAMS, I'ublUher. Cape nii i:nr. r. MISVOL'R! DIFFERENT STANDPOINTS. "If I were bi-.t a farmer," sighed the mer chant: "Oh. to he From ail these i.-Ky. 'Irat-rin just a twelvemonth free. cares for Xo boolcs to keep, n.i trust accounts, no bills loni? evi rdue: J0 fret from lussy customers because a thirty is rtw. 'T.ccat's? a thin? is old or wrons, dear, or nreierwcitrh:: too T"o worry to suit their tastes from early tiSj till late: ""Bet Sowerd fields. ar.. levins kir.e. and I'!' .-isar.t l'.r"-s:Jt? chat Hot? !?';. !! wouM I cive .his life if I cou!d n-aHo'e to t:iat." "If I v.re bat a ir.errh&nt,' i.r.v'l the ;;;-:.ii-r: "'e-h. t.- oni "This lift of irud.inc. Cracsing w. incites tliu lj.ee, y i-trr.d irk which To stoop of a:-e ere has come. It's J.'.ov.-, anu plant, a:ul ra;., ArA zui'.k the cuws aa-i feed the rig mind the calves and sheep , and "From morn til! nicht. from yt ar.d taxes ever hish. ur to jvar- Ar.-l children's feet that must be shod, an...

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. — 12 September 1896

It A penny earned is a :; ?i! en , said dead prices. And remember, if for any reason you are not satisfied with r money back. Of V. your purchase here bring :. Overalls. i.-.tvy ::-oum-e blue linen overalls . i h:" bib overalls for small boy- 22C. Stationery. i! i.;ade. G5 ; Lead pencils 4 for 1 cent. Best back ink 2 cents. 25 good white evelopes i- -.Tits. per i ..' Soao- We sell lo bars good laundry ;a: fo:- -" '-' - " soap 3 cents a cake. Toilet soap 1 ci:r,' a ilr--. : box Txtr box 9C. Handkerchiefs. Children school handkerchiefs 1. - a"f ::. kerchiefs with hemstitched borders, white or farcy I-orc-eiY large turkey red handkerchiefs each 3C. Towels. New supply just received: pure litinen towels, small si.te Extra large linen towels at 10 cents. Nice linen tody to-.ve at 1') cents. I:- bargain in extra larirc huck towel :;t 19C. The above are right goods at right prices. Everything is sold Post "Anj l'ort In a xtoriii." Kditok Dkm-kkat: This saying is quite old and while apparent...

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. — 19 September 1896

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1896, Vol. XXI No. 22 Quextiow tor Mr. Bryan. Your five silver people, Mr. Bryan, admit that the transition from a gold standard to a ilver standard would, at least in the -start, create a violent financial disturbance, which weuld shake this country from end to end and leave behind it the wrecks of thousands of business enterprises. When a great factory shuts down, when a large mill is sold by the Sheriff, when as enormous business house makes an assignment, wfecn a trunk railroad roes into the harads of a Receiver, whet any industry which employs large numbers of me goes into bankruptcy, thousands of wage earners are thwjwn outof employment, their incomes -ease abruptly, and their purchasTigr power is diminished on the spot. With hundreds of thousands of nen thrown out of work by the panic and disaster whi 'h would follow a change from a gold to a silver standard, how could any jierson in the Unit...

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. — 19 September 1896

,! ': I', " l;: K. HOBAET'S LETTER, Accepting- the Republican Vioe Presidential Nomination. Be Dlseassea Existing Political Iiioh, ud Polnta Out the) Uanccri to the Government From Un llmlted Silver Coinage. Patebsojt, X. J., Sept. 10. lion. Gar- rett A. Hobart lias made public his letter of acceptance of the vice-presidential nomination on the republican ticket. It is addressed to lion. Charles AV. Fairbanks and others of the notifi cation committee and is as follows : Ban. Garrett A. Ihbart. "Gfsti.kmen I have already, in accepting the noiiiinrition for the office of the vice-presidency, tendered me by the National repub lican convention, expressed my approval or the platform adopted by that body as Hie party basis of doctrine. In accordance with accepted osuKe I beg now to supplement that brief ctalement of my views by some additional re flections upon the questions which are in debate before the American people. "The platform declarations in reference to the money question expre...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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