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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 September 1896

HUMOROUS. What is popular opinion to-day may become unpopular opinion to-morrow. Texas Sifter. If the earth is so very old, as some scientists contend, why does it con tinue to run around so much at nights I Texas Sifter. "Dorothy lias wonderful self-control." "Why do you think so?- "She could tell lots of thirds that happened 30 years ap-o. but she never does.'" Chicago Record. Mrs. Kh:-sley "I declare, to this day my cook can't tell a piece of cut plass when she sees it." Mrs. lilnpo "She has been with you for some years, hasn't she?" Detroit Free Tress. "I don't object so much to being put off." said a bill collector recently, "as I do to the old pafr you are tricing me about wanting- to keep the bill in order to see if it is correct." Atchison Globe. Crummer "Yokes seems to bs very antrry at the deacon." (Jilleland "Yes. You see he trot mad at him and called him a fool and the deacon in re plying addressed him as 'brother.' " Truth. Philanthropist "You say you have not a thin? i...

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. — 19 September 1896

The Weekly Deiocrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printino Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. REPUBLICAN TICKET For President, WILLIAM M'lvIXLEY. l'or Viw 1 'resident. GAUKKT A. HOI5AKT. For Governor. ROBEKT. E. LEWIS For Lieutenant Governor. A. C. PirrTI-IOIIX. For Supreme Jude. uudolph hi nz el. For R. It. and Warehouse 'oniuiissioner, GEORGE M. STILLK. For Secretary of State. VM. P. FREEMAN. For Auditor, JOHN G. BISHOP. For State Treasurer, JOSEPH F. GMELICK. For Attorney k-neral, JOHN KKXXISH. For Electors at Larv. B. B. UPTOX and .IOHX B. HALE For Judfre St. Louis Court of Apieals, R. E. ROM HATER. Foi Judge Kansas City Court of ApjK-al: JAMES BOTTSFORD. For Conjrrvss. JOHX A. SXIDER. For State Senator. THOMAS R. GREENE. For Ueprefentativo. JOHN J. SAWYER. For Common Pleas .lud-jre. ALEXANDER ROSS. For Sheri IT, BERNHARD COCKKL For Treasurer. AUGUST UDE. For Collector, EDWARD V. FL...

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. — 19 September 1896

MIXED UP. nr)iDinj 01 Local Form To be Found That Is or Interest. MONDAY. Dr. E. S. Smith, the dentist, will be in his new quarters in the Rodney building in a few days. See dental card later on. Citizens of Hubble township say that if they had held their township meet ing to nominate a constable at Jack son he wouldhave beendefeated. They are glad they nominated their consta ble at Gordonville. Dr. R. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic does not remove malaria from the system by force, but by jrentle and persuasive action. It seems that the enthusiasm for the Cap-a-ha parade is lagging. There is not much being said and little inter est being taken to make a success of the undertaking. There may bo some thing done after the circus conies and goes. Why do you suffer from chilis whi n you have a positive cure, in Dr. R. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic? The court house was full to over sowing Saturday night. Everybody wanted to hear den. Thomas sjieak and everybody or everybody who could get into the ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 September 1896

A. .X 11. THE DEMOCRAT. II. II. ADAMS Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI Jons H. Cakax & Co., of Altoona, I'a., the largest lumber and builders' supplies firm in central Pennsylvania, assigned, on the 8tli, for the benefit of creditors. In consequence of the receipt of a peremptory ltritisU note the sultan of Turkey issued an irade, on the 10th, ordering that the expulsion of Arme nians from Constantinople be stopped. Forty representatives of sewer pipe manufacturers (about all there are in the country) met in Pittsburgh, Pa., on the 6th, o form an organization to establish prices and abolish competi tion. AAAA4.4.AAAAAAA.AAAAAAA4,U. SEPTEMBER 1896. fsiinT Won. Tub. Wed. Thar.! Frl. Sal 12 3 4 5t 6 7 8 Tlo TTll 3il ii ii ii ii ii iiE 20 2I 22 23 24 25 26 1 27 28 29 30 fTTTTTTTTWTTTWfWrTT? Lrioi Pai.miki, the Italian meteor ologist, died, on the 30th, aged 89 years. He was born at Facchio, Bene vento, April 22, 1807. For several years he was director of the Vesuvian ob servatory...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 September 1896

1 THE DEMOCRAT. Is. II. ADAMS l'ublisher. CAPE GlUAIiniUU. - MISSOURI A WEDDING DAY. BY MART T. EARLE, A girl came from the bayou along A little trail which passed through the marsh on bits of silvery cypress-drift anil through the woods where browu pine-needles cnrjieted it, up to the Ilil dreth garden. The erape-myrtles stood sti:T as sentinels beside the gate, but the walk Jed up between its borders in confident welcome to a blank open space, all gray and powdery, as if it had never seen the sunlight or felt moist ure. The girl stood breathless, gazing at it. The last of the spring roses scat tered their petals lavishly around the beds, and added their fragrance to the frwectn'-ss of the cape jasmine and the tiny fluffy balls of the acacias, but the lliidretli house was gone. The holly hocks :ind the high shrubs seemed to lie lifting themselves on tiptoe to look ihiv.n at the scar where it had been. The breeze sighed a little through the crcat live-oak which had spent years in sp...

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. — 19 September 1896

A4: Mill it ft A penny earned is a penny saved, and well enough said dead prices, your purchase here bring it back and get your money back. Soap. i Overalls. And remember, if for any reason you are not satisfied with We 6ell 10 bars good laundry soap for ii cents. Grand Pa's wonder ! New supply just in soap 3 cents a cake. Toilet soap 1 cent a cake. Butter milk soap 3 cakes in cent value at 48 cents. A heavy 9-ounce blue linen overalls, well made, i.1 Also blue bib overalls for small bovs per air 22C. 111 box per box 9C. Handkerchiefs. Childrens school handkerchiefs 1, 2 and 3 cents. Ladies kerchiefs with hemstitched borders, white large turkey red handkerchiefs each 3C. Towels. New supply just received; pure liunen towels, small size at 5 cents each, j shapes, 65 cent line for 45 cents. Extra long waist, 6 hook and Extra large linen towels at 10 cents. Nice linen tody towels fancy borders white, or drab. The 50 cent line either white, drab, black or gold, at 10 cents. Big bargain i...

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. — 26 September 1896

AS nil DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisliers, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1896. Vol. XXI No. 23 Cut 1'rlc-e. That there has been a. considerable fall in prices of masjy articles since 1873 is certainly truf. But was this fall caused hy the so-called demoneti sation of silver though the act of 25:3? Now. not to speak of other periods of our history, such as the period from :& to I4T the Irish famine year evry old man knows that there was a -considerable fall of prices: but this till in prh-e was not confined to agricultural products alone. Aft.-r tie war cotton, for in- A Wse Earner's Kxpertence. ST. jTtriS. Mo.. Sei.l.-mber IT. Like any other citizen f this great country, being irit.-resle- ii, tile finan cial situation, which is the general talk -and the main i-siie in the 'pit-sent prvential campaign, i desire to ex press niy opinion and have a little talk with :nv f. t ill's i-jr..-.-; n:nr this great money question. : 2: -s !:ot only disurttng. but it tiWs...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 September 1896

BfilTIAN IS TO BLAME or th Spread of Cholera From Iu Origi nal Breeding Place, the Delta or the Vange In India Or. Loir, of Phila delphia, Now In Krjpt, Contribute Some Facia aod NusgeaMona In Connection with the Subject. Washington, Sept. 16. Great Brit ain's responsibility for the spread of cholera from its original breeding place, the delta of the Ganges of India, is the topic of a paper by Dr. James Love, of Philadelphia, written from Alexandria, EirvDt. and Drinted in the public health reports for the current . 1. :, i i . 1 , i ... ,Tv:civ, touch uy iuc mui me normal j aueuuuuce is nut as large as was ex service. It calls attention to the j peeled. lact that the operation of the tiuez canal is not an unmixed evil. inasmuch as it makes Egypt the high- way of travel to the orient, and thus opens the way for the easy and speedy I transmission of cholera to Lurope and j America by means of the annual pil- griinages to Mecca, in which the Mo- iiammeuans 01 muia particpate in large ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 September 1896

HUMOROUS. "Beaten out of five dollars," said the pold leaf, dejectedly. Detroit Trib une. "Xow suppose," said an arjpifier to ft tramp, "you had $20 in gold and" Hold up!" said the tramp. '"I can't do it. Make it five dollars." Wichita Ea gle. Ethel "Mamma, what, makes the lady dress all in black?" Mamma "Jie cauee she's a sister of charitv, dear." Ethel "Is charity dead, then?" I'rinceton Tiper. The Daughter of a Widow. "I don't want to marry him. but I feel as if I urht to marry for mother's sake." "Why?" "She will have so much better chance herself." Detroit Tribune. Spirit (at Lily Dale sear.ee ) "Don't you know me? I'm i lie spirit of your mother-in-law." Investigator "You can't fool me. My mother-in-law al ways brought her trunk with her." Buffalo Times. You bet people are interested. A paralytic with only one let', and that cork, climbed three flights of stairs yes terday to ask us if the three-cent nickel pieces of the miiitnire of 17."! would pass at par in Totolobanipn. Wi...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 September 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Co. 11 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as secoud-class matter. SATURDAY, SKPTEMBKIt 2, lSltti. REPUBLICAN TICKET For President. WILLIAM M'KIXLKV. For Vice I 'resident. CAIIUKT A. HOilAUT. For iovernor. IIOKF.UT. K. LKWIS For Lieutenant Governor, A. C. PKTTI.iOHX. For Supreme Judjrc, pl'Dolpii hik.kl! For R. R. and Warehouse Commissioner. GKOItGKM. STILLK. For Secretary of State. W.M. P. FKF.KMAX. For Auditor. johx a. ursiior. For State Treasurer. .lOSKPH F. GMELICII. For Attorney General. JOHN KKXXlSH. For Kleetors at Lar;re. B. B. UPTOX and .IOHX B. HALF For Judire St. Louis Court of Appeals. R. K. ROM BAFKR. Foi .Tudw Kansas City Court of Appeals JAMES BOTTSFORI). For ( 'undress. .IOHX A. SXIDl'.K. For State Senator. THOMAS R. GREEXE. For Itcprc-entalive. .IOHX J. SAWYER. For Common i'leas .Inde, ALEXANDER Rt 1SS. For Sheriff. BEBXTl ARB GOCKKI,. For Treasurer. AUGUST UDF.. For ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 September 1896

I at MIXED UP. Everything or Local Form To be Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. Dr. R. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic does not remove malaria from the system by force, but by gentle and jwrsuasive action. Fine soft ''downy' quilts at Glenn's. The sale of booths at the Fair Grounds took place this afternoon at the court house. Dresser scarfs, stamped lim ns and table covers, newest out at Glenn's. Several of our citizens are having chills in consequence of the sudden change from .summer heat to Xovem- lx-r weather. Why do you suffer from chills when you have a positive cure, in Dr. R. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic? Prof. Wood returned Sunday from St. Louis, where he had been to at tend a meeting of the State Committee of the gold Democrats. Xew ties, best assortment, lowest prices at Glenn's. Heavy frosts are reported at sever al points-in Missouri. I llinoiss and In diana, and a heavy fall of snow in Michigan. The Populists of this county met in convention last Saturday at Jackson and compl...

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. — 26 September 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. IS. II. ADAMS, l'ubliither. Cape cirarpea'j. - Missouri Secretary and Mrs. Carlisle left Bar Harbor, Me., on the 16th, for a short visit to Gray Gables, en route to Washington city. The United States cruiser Bancroft sailed fiir Constantinople on the 1.1th. She will touch at Gibraltar for orders from Secretary Herbert before pro ceeding to her destination. Tex trains filled with members of various republican clubs of Chicago, to the number of 4,000, left that city, on the night of thelHth, for Canton, O., to pay their respects to Maj. McKinley at his home. Loi:i Chief Justice Russell of En gland arrived in Washington, on the 17th, where he was met by Attorney General Harmon, who was delegated to look after the entertainment of the distinguished visitor. Ciiaikmax Joses of the Democratic Dational committee, on the 17th, most postively denied that Senator Gorman had succeeded him in the imiu Bfrement of the Bryan and Sewall cam paign, as had been reported. The democracy ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 September 1896

THE DEMOCRAT l. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDKAU. - MISSOCR, SINCE MOLLY WtNT. How Weak and bare the blue hills seem bince Molly went away' The dark has lost the rosy dream. The sunshine left the day. The birds sins r.ot as sweet as when They saw the roses stir -And looked and listened in the gkn 1- or the dear steps of her. Jt seems that for the Wrd. the brook. There s never any JJay -Ard that when Holly went she took The world and all away: I sit here when the daVs begun And feel the lonelv place The sunflowers following the sun And creaming ot her face. And wondrr why in shrub and tree The sweetest birds are dumb- while ail the loses look at me And whisper: -Will she tome?" I didn't think 'twould seem so strange That any heart would break- Hut how this world of Cxi ear. change I'or one dear woman's sake: On little woman. "Will she , ome?" The rose says, cl.-.y bv da--; I answer not. My heart is "dumb Since Molly went away: -Frank I.. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitu tion. A MYSTER...

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. — 26 September 1896

A 1 V n?3b.is its Mo iinoKB for WiriiHLiinLg'S If you have a single dollar spend it as though there wasn't another in sight. This is no time for trifling whether you are young or old. You can't recall a period when more prudence in purchasing was demanded of you than is demanded right now. ARE YOU SPEND ING YOUR CASH WHERE CASH COMMANDS THE GREATEST VALUE? WHERE GOOD ARE MARKED ON A CASH BASIS? Below we quote you prices on reliable merchandise. We say RELIABLE if it don't prove satisfactory come back and get your money back, isn't this fair? Don't these prices prove our statement THAT WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. i I Tinware. We sell pint cups 3 for 5 cents. Dippers 3, 4 and Tt cents. 3 cen ts. Half gallon cups i cents. Half gallon bucket 5 cents. coffee pot 10 cents, len-quart gaoe water pails cents, blew pans and 15 cents. Dish pans ", 19, 25 and 35 cents. Biscuit nans 4 cents. iron spoons 3 cents. Coffee mill 20 cents. Wood bowls 14 and l'J cents. Stove lid lifters 1 cent. Nutmeg grate...

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. — 3 October 1896

j i ' -. r- 1! WW ffi K II II 9 in DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisliers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1896. Vol. XXiNo.24 lewis In ( ape i;irardeau. The court house in this city was full to overflowing Saturday night with Republicans and Democrats who went there to hear Hon. iBobert K. Lewis and Hon. John D. .Reynolds. Mr. Lewis spoke for about an hour and a half and his e;!ech was listened to with profound inV;rest. His speech was coniined mostly to the money question and he Hade a masterly ar gument, ills points werecomplete and invincibic. 1 is vuire was clear and his words so pla."n that none could help understanding. Kvcn Democrats were willing to prcis- the next Oovern iii' of Misronri for tlie masterly m.i:: ner i:; which lie handled his subject. Mr. Beyiioids followed Mr. Levis and ene;-i:sin'd the iirge audience fur over half an bietr. Mr. i leynolds is an abic ma. and hi.- .- --eh v.a- well reci'i ved. John A. Snc.J-r ami Kd. Hays also mail.- short -p-'-ehe...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 October 1896

ST. LOUIS' GREAT FAIR "Will b Held During the Week Beginning October 6, and Is Expected to be m Rec. ord Brcaker-'NumtroDi Attractive Fea ture In Addition to the General Compe tition for Premiums The Egyptian Car nival, High Divers, "Last Days or Pom peii" and Bicycle Races Some of the Principal Feature. Secretary Robert Aull of the St. Louis Fair association has issued the ! catalogue for 1P96, giving full particu- ! Jars of the fair as it will be seen by its ! thousands of visitors this year, fair week running from Monday, October ; fi, to Saturday, October 10. The new catalogue is an artistic piece of j work, bound in brilliant colors and j Is the largest ever issued by the Fair j association. In its lists of premiums j offered many new departments are j opened with special features, etc., and there is every indication that the fair this year is destined to be a record breaker. Much work has been done during the ! ummer in the line of beautifying and improving the grounds. The ge...

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

SCHOOL TO TRAIN SERVANTS. o Writer Think Thi the Oaly Rem edy for the rrrsent Situation. Such a school should be well organ ized aud equipped for the thorougc training of servants in all branches oi household work. In the first place j should have facilities for teaching pu pils how to bathe properly, to care for their own bodies and their own clothes. It should have different departments of training, one for laundresses, another lor chambermaids, another for wait resses, another for cooks and another for general housework servants.thelast, of course, requiring a special condensed course. On entrance young women or pirls should be classified as far as pos sible, according to their gvneral in telligence and ibility as well as the em ployment for which they wish to be fitted. The first work given should le the washing of the kitchen-ware, the sweeping of the kitchen, and the scrub bing of the floor and tables in short, every pupil should be taught the work of a kitchen maid. After tha...

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. — 3 October 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Demo-Grat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Poet Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBKll :!. l-f'.Hi REPUBLICAN TiCKET !,,.. President. WIM.IAM M'KIM.r.Y. . or v !( . re.-jl'.lela. (;a:;:;!:t a. houaut. I".)'-1 lovernor. i:oi:i-:ivr. i-:. u:vis I'u:- Lieutenant (Governor. A. !'. I'KTTIJOnX. i-'ui- Snj)i'enie Judjre. ucnori'ii HinzKL. For R. R. and Warehouse Commissioner. g f.o: x; i-: m. stillk. For Secretary of State. V.'M. I'.FRKKMAX. For Auditor. .loiiN" (;. i;ishoi. For State Treasurer, JOSF.PII F. OMF.LICH. For Attorney General. JOHN KKNW'ISII. For Klectors r.t Lurjjv, B. 13. UITO.N and jOWN" li. HALF. Forjudge St. Louis Court nf Appeals. n. k. iHiMHAn:!:. Foi Jud?;e Kansas Ciiy Court of Ajin-a!s JAM F.S iJOTTSFuRI). For Congress. JOHX A. SX1DKK. For State Senator. THOMAS 11. GRF.F.XF.. For I li preventative. JOHX J. SAW V F.K. For ('oiamon I 'leas Jiule. ALKXAXDKl! ROSS. For Sher...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 October 1896

' MIXED UP. Everything or Local Form To Found Tliat Is of Interest. MOJTDAV. be There are some Democratic-curbstone orators in this city who should hire a hall. They wouldn't be so tired in a hall. Dr. It. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic Joes not remove malaria from the system by force, but by gentle and persuasive action. See Glenn's big stock of clothing. J lob Lewis says the people have been voting for McKinley since l!i4 and they will keep on voting for hiin till the sun goes down on the third of November. Why do you suffer from chills when you have a positive cure, in Dr. Ii. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic? Hest and cheapest underwear for men. women and children at Glenn's. See Glenn's big stock of shoes. The Sound Money Democrats turned o.,t Saturday night to hear Lewis .-peak. On the money question the Sound Money Democrats are with '! I republicans. VYe offer s.'iIhHI f,,i- the i r. .r.;'.io:i oj rs, nic in Dr. 11. A. Armistead's, Ague j Tor.ir and warrant it harniles.; even in the han...

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. — 3 October 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. It. II. ADAMS, Publisher. Cape oirardeau. A dispatch from Constantinople, on the 24th, said: "Reports have been re ceived from Turkish sources that 2,000 Armenians at Kemali, near Erzingan, have been put to death." Gen. Carlos Roi.off, who is accused of aiding filibustering expeditions to Cuba, was held, on the 25th, by United States Commissioner Alexander at New York, 'n $2,500 bail for the grand jury. The anti-Turkish speech delivered by Mr. Gladstone at the mass meeting held in Liverpool, on the 24th, to pro test against the Armenian atrocities, was wired to the sultan at Constanti nople. The Dublin Daily Express says that the police have discovered large quan tities of dynamite and a pile of de tonators at Marlin park, near Gal way. The explosives were found in a dis used house situated on the seashore. Gen. Sir W. H. Kitchener, com manding the Egyptian expedition to Dongola, wired, on the 24th, that he had captured tfOO prisoners and that his cavalry was pursuing ...

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