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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 24 October 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, PoblUher. CAPE G1EARDKAU. - MISSOURI THE EVERYDAY POET. 1 ain't very much of a poet: I can"t soar so awfully hlph: I'm kind o' low-geared and I know It. And hev to keep out o' the sky. And bo while my star-ftazln' brother Kin tickle the gods with his pen, 1 Josh along somehow or other And Jes' keep a-writin fer men. I know 'at he 'S blissfully dwellin With gods and emperlan springs, "While I'm down here simply a-tellln' O' plain human bein's and things. Tit while he's up yender inditin" His loftier songs, I hev found f do what I call my best writin" With both of my feet on the ground. I never hev tackled a sonnet; I couldn't write one ef I tried. And put all the folderols on it Without gittin' somepln' Inside. I"er I understand ef you fix it To sell to a big magazine. You ve got to so f uzzle and mix It 'At no one kin tell what you mean. JMy mind ain't ferevcr a-strayln' Through sorrowful caverns o fog; I've got a good place and I'm stayin' Right there lik...

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. — 24 October 1896

mt7 4 -j i . CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 24, 1896. STATE, COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP TICKET, CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY, MISSOURI. Republican Ticket. People's Ticket. Prohibition Ticket. Socialist Labor Ticket Taimer-Buckner Natoinal Ticket Independent Ticket For Presidential Kkr.ors: For Presidential Kleetors: For Presidential E.eetor8: -1 Nominated , Kl.-cton,, Nall0n?iS15Sb5?i!S1 J'01' lN"n""'t", by "" ' For Presidential Eleetors: For Presidential Eleetors. For Presidential Electors. For Presidential Electors: At Lui-e--DkWITT C. ALLKX. At Lui-jfc-JOHX IS. HALE. At La riro THOMAS H. ANDERSON. AtLurjje-.IAMESH. SOUTHWORTH At Lnrtro-LOUIS FROKHL1CH. At Larsre-W. I-OPK YEA MAN. At I.ur-e J T1N T. FIKLD. AtLarj:c- THOMAS 1!. AXDKllSOX. At Larjre -JOSEPH H. UlToN. At Larre-DkWITT C. ALLKX. At Lare -JAMES H. GARRISON'. At Larye- II KNRY KXOKHKL. At Laryo -HKX.IAmVn U. MASSEy! At Lar-fro--JuLl'usV HVjHKs!" ' ' ' 1st Dist. CHRISTOPHER C. FOGLE. i st Dirt. YY)YX KLI US A." TR EAT. It Dist. CHRI...

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. — 24 October 1896

"inif to he iinrcliane or erecting of water-works. electric ur other light plants and public sewers in cities of 80,000 Inhabitant!) or less--Y ES. Fourth Constitutional AmcndinentIBelat lng to the purchase or erecting of watfr-works, electric or other light plants and public sewers in cities of SO, (ion inhabitants or lessNO. For Representative in Congress: WILLARI) I). VANDIVKll. For State Senator: ROBERT DRUM. For Representative: E. S. MILLER. For Sheriff: JOHN H. JENKINS. For Collector of the Rerenue: E. L. HOPE. For Prosecuting Attorney: T. D. HINES. For JudgeCountyCourt, First District: JAMES A. BOWERS. For Judge County Court, Second District: ROBT. W. McNEELY. For County Treasurer: D. A. DKUM. For Coroner: 8. W. MORGAN. For County Assessor: J. B. HOWARD. For County Surveyor: N. C. FRISSELL. For Public Administrator: ALBERT H. FOE. For Judge Court Common Pleas: F. E. BURROUGH. For Constable, Apple Creek Township: r For Cnnftivblo. Byrd Township- JAMES H. HOWARD. For Justice of...

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. — 24 October 1896

it i ? v IS ft I it ? i y it V P' The Weekly Democrat, j Published Every Saturday by THe Democrat Printing Go.1 114 THEMIS STREET. j , i Entered at tin- Post Offle at L'ai Girardeau, j Mo., as secon.i-tlass matter. ; SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21. I! ., ... TiAypT ' nio Wesleyan university, hare orgsin RfcPUriLIOAlNi I !rl I j jzed a McKinley club and are working i' -llli-lit. WiLLIAM M'XINi.KY. I'or Vie-' I'li-idi-n!. ;arrkt a. ii ii:.RT. I'or Covcrnor. i:obki:t. lkwis For I.ii iit'-r.ant Governor, A. C. l'KTTI.IOHX. For .Supreme .luilge. RUDOLPH IIIItZEL. F..r R. R. and Warehouse Commissioner, G F.ORt; K M. STILLE. For Secretary of State, WM. l FRKEMAX. For Auditor. .I01IX G. BISHOP. For State Treasurer, JOSEPH F. GMELICH. For Attorney General, JOHN KEXXISTI. For Electors at Large, B. B. UPTOX and JOHX B. HALE For Judge St. Louis Court of Appeals. R. E. ROMBAUER. Foi Judge Kansas City Court of Appeals JAMES BOTTSFoRD. For Congress. JOHX A. SXIDKR. For State Senator. THOMAS R. GREEXE. For R...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 24 October 1896

UP. Everything of Local Form To be KounU That Is of Interest. MONDAY. We are informed that a married woman in this city left her husband last week and left him with the ba? to hold with eight children in it. Our hotels had all the business they could attend to Fair week, and every body else had business. Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor I have used and sold your Family Cure with excellent resoults. It cured me of the rheumatism and I now am M years old .tnd have not an ache or pain. Mrs. F. A. Rhoads. Sutherland. Iowa. Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore. There were ten Ihousand people here to view the Capaha parade and if we properly advertise the Canaha next year we will have twenty thousand leople here. .ludjre Chester II. Krum of St. Louis viewed the Capaha parade in this city last Thursday night and he said it was better than the St. Louis Veiled Prophets. Tlx; whole system is drained and u-idcnnincd by indolent ulcers and open sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve speedily heals them...

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. — 24 October 1896

A DISASTROUS FIEE. The Worst that Has Visited Mon treal in Many Year 3. three Firemen Instantly Killed and Sev. cral Other Seriously Injured-Forty Streams of Water Have Jio Apparent Effect Upon the Fierce t lames. Montreal, Can., Oct. 17. The most disastrous fire in this city for a long time occurred yesterday afternoon, liavinp its beginning- in the building at Thirty-first and Peter streets, occu pied by Uiluiore & Co., importers of chemicals. As a result three firemen arc dead and a dozen more or less seri ously injured. The dead are: Firman thai pen tier, of station No. L Fireman King, station 'o. 6. Fireman Laporte, of station Xo. 7. The injured are: Capt. Guthrie, of station Mo. 1; Capt. Morin, of Xo. 3; Firemen IScnoit and Reynolds, of Xo. 3; Gordon, of Xo. 5, and Mirault and Cuerst, of Xo. IL It is not yet possible to verify the report that 16 men were in the loft that went down, and possibly another day will be reached before the all miss ing are definitely accounted fo...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 24 October 1896

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Archbishop Machray, of Eupert's Land, and primate of the Anglican church in Canada, is said to be the tall est bishop in the world. Frenchmen living in London have petitioned tha minister 'of public in struction to establish there a French povernment lycee, and it is believed that the petition will be granted. By the burning down of the exhibi tion buildings at Montpellier, France, the town lost part of its archives, in eluding the bull of Pope Urban V. creat ing the university, and the original plans of the cathedral. Capt. Blanche Cox, of the Salvation Army, has started a new movement a cavalry brigade and bicycle corps composed of Salvation Army sisters, one man being taken along to do the rough work. The party has started from Balti more for a tour through the south. rrof. C. P. Wilcox, of the chair of modern languages in the University ol Georgia, who has just died in his 74th year, was regarded as one of the most scholarly men in Georgia. lie was a graduate ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 24 October 1896

. -5"-itf lit- V' ' i: r its 1. 1 HIT "STothl THTa And do not object to the smell of smoke it will be hard for us to interest you. If, on the other hand, you are a shrewd, wide-awake v buyer trying to make your dollars do double duty we are pretty good people to get acquainted with. Remember this is the only store in town where goods are marked on a CASH BASIS. This is the only store in town with strictly ONE PRICE. You will find that fore hand buying here will save you more in one year than painful pinching will in five. ' 3T2E3W" 7Vh H IT jTT TT'fr P-S D-sg.7" Just received. No old styles. Everything new. We sell millinery on the same low margins that .everything else is sold here, and you will be surprised at the savings. We have nicely trimed hats in latest styles at $1.00, $i.5 and up. It is an ablolute fact that we can save you from $1.00 to $3.00 on a hat. Think of buying an untrimed walking hat for 10 cents nicely trimmed at 25 cents not old back numbers but this fall goods....

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 31 October 1896

r - 1.- '.- .'- i : DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Pollsters. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1896. Vol. XXI No. 28 A. LITTLE ENERGY Is What is Needed To Make Cape Girardeau a BIk, Growing, Prosperous and Lively City. That Cape Girardeau has the loca tion for a big city is a conceded fact. Strangers as well as home people rec ognize this, and strangers are as tonished that Cape Girardeau is not, situated as we are, the great trade center for tb great Southeast. They cannot understand why it is that we have no fartories established by home or foreign capital. They are at a loss to know bow we can get along without a few wholesale houses. They tse a good, -solidly built little city. They see a fine country surrounding -it. and those who have been over the Sooth east are frank in sayining we baxe the best section of country in the State, if ett.5.he best in the west. Toey see our many advantage over other towirs where the factory wheels are humming from year to yearaod where hu...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 31 October 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. Bi IT. ADAMS, Publisher. "'. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI The Nebraska supreme court de cided, on the 81st, that gold democrats could use the party designation on the official ballot. Charles F. Crisp, ex-speaker of the house of representatives, died at a private sanitarium in Atlanta, Go., on the 23d, aged 51. The Chinese legation at London is accused of seizing and detaining an al leged Chinese conspirator, and is un der surveillance by the London police. Li Unite Chang, the special envoy of the emperor of China, arrived at Pe kin, on the 20th, on his return from his tour of Europe, the United State and Canada. Hamuli Andbub, one of the propri etors of the Empire medicine factory at Yonkers, N. Y., was instantly killed. on the 21st, by the explosion of some chemicals in his laboratory. The executive council of the Feder ation of Labor, in session at Indianap olis, Ind., on the 20th, discussed the eight-hour amendment to the federal laws. The federation hopes to have a ne...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 31 October 1896

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. Cape nrnAnnmn. MISSOURI PADDY'S PROBATION. BT WILLIAM LINDSEY. Patrick O'Malley is to-day as much n fixture of the cinder-path aa one of th posts at the finish. And yet, strange a3 it may seem, he attained his present Honorable position only after a long and trying probation. He won his spure by enduring pa tiently and successfully such tests and "trials as would have discouraged many a brave knight of old. In fact, had Paddy lived in the days when a stout 'heart and a strong arm were the two best cards in the game of life, he would have been the king of Ireland at least. Pat put in his first appearance early In the spring of 18S , the year the track was rebuilt. He was just over, and well I remember how he looked in his moleskin trousers and rough coat, with the queer hat on his head, and the odd little neckcloth tied tight -around his neck. He stood close to six feet, was well put together; his hair was carroty, his face red and freckled, and ...

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. — 31 October 1896

wl;ri5iflmB Democratic Ticket. For Presidential Electors: At Largo DeW ITT C. ALLKX. At Large THOMAS 13. ANDERSON. 1st Dint. CHRISTOPHER C. FOGLK. 2d Dint. OIDKQN F. ROTHWELL. 3d Dist. WILLIAM D. HAMILTON. 4th Dist. JAMES J. SHOECROFT. fith Dint. WILEY O. COX. ' tith Dist. C'LKM EXT 6, DICKINSON. 7th Dist. CHARLES J. WILKINS. 8th Dist. ARCUS L. DOUGLAS. BthDist. THOMAS S. CUNNINGHAM. 10th Dint. WILLIAM G. FHYE. 11th Dist. FELIX E. GUNN. I 12th Dist. DANIEL L. HATTON. 13th Dist. ROBERT LAMAR. 14th Dist. SIMEON A. HANDY. 15th Dist. JOHN B. COLE. For Governor: LON V. STEPHENS. For Lieutenant-Governor: AUGUST H. BOLTE. For Secretary of State: ALEXANDER A. LESUEUR. For State Auditor: JAMES M. S EI BERT. For State Treasurer: FRANK L. PITTS. For Attorney-General: EDWARD C. CROW. For Railroad and Warehouse Com missioner: TIMOTHY J. HENNESSEY. For Judge of Supremo Court: THEODORE BRACE. cEs:irr,o,Ap,,eals: First Constitutional Anieudment Provid ing for the ninovul of the seat of government o...

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. — 31 October 1896

ffc amirs' s-ta i Third Constitutional Aincndincnt--To reduce school tri.' from i to fl jean--1 KM. Thinl Constitutional Amendment--lTo reduce school age. from (ito li years--No. Fonrth Constitutional Amendment--Iielnt-ing to tho purchase or erecting ol wateT-wnrks, electric or other light plants um1 public (ewers In cities of 8,0i 0 Inhabitants or lces--YKS. , Fonrth Constitutional Amendment Relat ing to the purchase or erecting of water-works, electric or other light plants and public sewers in cities of SO, 000 inhabitants or less) Ml. For Representative in Congress: WILLARD D. VANDIVHR. fnipl constitutional AmeiKinTent ffowlrnV-' school age Irom U to ft years)--1 F.S. Third Constitutional Amendment (To reduce school age from (I to 5 years) No. Fourth Constitutional Amendment--(i:elnt-lng tn the purchase or erecting of water-works, electric or other light lilnnts and public sewers in cities orso.ooo inhabitants or less) YES. Fourth Constitutional Amendment Relat ing to the purcha...

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. — 31 October 1896

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Ttie Democrat Prlntlna Co. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardean, Ho., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. 18 REPUBLICAN TICKET Top lVesident. '.VILLI AM M'KIXLKV. For Vic; President. GARUKT A. HOB A IH". For Governor. ROHKRT. K. LKAVIS For Lieutenant Govirnor, A. C. PETTI.IOHX. For Supreme Judye. RUDOLl'II hirzel. For R. II. and Warehouse Commissioner, GEORGKM. STILLE. For Secretary of State, W.M. P. FREEMAN. For Auditor, JOHN' G. BISHOP. For State Treasurer, JOSEPH F. GMELICH. For Attorney General, JOHN KEXNISH. For Electors at Lare, B. B. UPTON and JOHN B. HALE. For Judge St. Louis Court of Appeals, R. E. ROMBAUER. Foi Judge Kansas City Court of Appeals JAMES BOTTSFORD. For Congress, JOHN A. SNIDER. For State Senator. THOMAS R. GREENE. For Representative, JOHN J. SAWYER. For Common Pleas Judge. ALEXANDER ROSS. For Sheriff BERNHARD GOCKEL. For Treasurer, AUGUST UDE. For Collector, EDWARD W. FLENTGE...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 31 October 1896

MIXED UP. Krerythtng of Locl Form To be Found That la of Interest. MONDAY. The Board of Directors of the Fair Association met last Saturday and paid off the employes who did duty on the grounds Fair week. This is the candidate's last week. He will have to get in his work this week or get left. . Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor I have used and sold your Family Cure with excellent resoults. It cured me of the rheumatism and I now am 50 years old and have not an ache or pain. Mrs. F. a. Rhoads. Sutherland, Iowa. Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drusr store. Sheriff Randol will deliver the tick ets and poll books to the .ludjres of Elec'ion his week. Prof. Wood, the colored orator from St. Louis, had a good audience at the court house Saturday night and he made a masterly argument in favor of the Republican ticket. Prof. Wood proved himself to be an able man and an orator who will make a reputation for himself wherever he speaks. The whole system is drained and undermined by indolent ulcers and ...

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. — 31 October 1896

,--maaasif'.- ' V a "i ": EX-SPEAKER CRISP t)iea, After a Llnarerins Ulneea, at an Atlanta Sanitarium. s w" Subject to Heart Disease, mod Hit Fatal Illness Had In Origin la the Ex citement Attending- Hie Joint De. bate with Secretary Hoke Smith. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 23. Ex-Speaker Charles F. Crisp died at 2:15 p. m. He had been at a private sanitarium here for 60 days. The serious illness of ex-Speaker Crisp and the probability of its termi- Ex-Speaker Charlti F. Critp. sating fatally have been known to his intimate friends for some time, but bare only been spoken of confiden tially. His ailment took its origin in the excitement arising- out of his joint debate with Secretary Hoke Smith last summer, when he was forced to withdraw from that de- ! bate for physical reasons, his friend j persuaded him to enter a sani- j tarium for treatment. He was ! subject to heart disease. Reassuring j reports as to recovered health have j 9nini(ul finm t!iiu 1..., have been larm-lr ,li.nt.l J.,. th.,...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 31 October 1896

A PERFECT BRUTE. 'Bis pnfortnnate Wife Didn't Earn the Twenty-Dollar Gold Fiece. "That Sir. YV'allingford is a perfect brute"' said Mrs. Cubbage to Mrs. Gaz zani, in a burst of righteous indigna tion. "What has he done?" asked the lat ter in a tone of deep concern. "You know his sweet little wife, don't you?" "Know Xellie Wallingford? I should Fay I do! You don't mean to tell me that he has been illtreating her?" Mrs. Cubbage nodded her head ener getically. "Will there be a divorce?" "No, there won't be a divorce, but I think there ought to be one." "Oh, tell me about it." "You know the great bargain sale that has been going on at Gingham & Chally's?" "Of course I do. Didn't I get the loveliest piece of satin there for just talf price?" "Well, Mr. Wallingford is trying to make his wife bargain-proof." "Trying to make her what?" repeat td Mrs. (iazznm. with an extraordinary Stress on the "what." "Trying to make her bargain-proof." "What's that?" "He says every woman ought to be r...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 31 October 1896

A LOOK AHEAD. Would Bo the Beaalta ef Brmaf Election. If Mr. Bryan is elected, have you weighed what the results will be? At Paterson, N. J, on September ii be said: "I say to you now that my election means that this rfction. shail open its minU to the tree coinage of both metals at the earliest possible mo ment. Not only that, but my election means that this nation shall treat the silver dollar Just as it treats the gold dollar and that we shall not issue bonds to buy gold." If the treasury gold reserve is not to be replenished by bond sales, it la cer tain that it can't last long. Foreigners would immediately call for their loans and balances here, and holders of the $338,000,000 of outstanding greenbacks and treasury notes would quickly with draw the $123,000,000 of gold now in the treasury, to either export or hoard it. end leave the holders of the remaining $200,000,000 to take their pay In silver. That this gold will almost immedi ately be exported Mr. Bryan admits. On Septemb...

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. — 7 November 1896

'?. - - DEftOGrvitt PmTIMG GO., PiiDliSHsrs. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 18S6. Vol. XX--No. 29 iNDiAN SjKuLLS. ALTGZLD'S HOWL. 3YA'.-, ADMITS D.Fi-AT A CITY TO WIOVE. SPONTANEOUS COV.EUSTION. O;:cup.itioi. oi ii!; Jreiroo iarjaj oj His '' aiiU fonv th-j Oregon broad expii io:.ita ripple tk'.:ii. i'a lilocs S.'.C .e . t-1. liiuoc;- i yi.iii J .Jv tec to ' 1" About i;vo Portlaa.i. oa Columbia, ii;. here do'.'.'.-; v. '. and as still a: high :t.j(.. - tiie y. iuer .-, stretches a.vay backlo Um Just above this point is'x which was a.:; stailhig ;.i happv ;: t-:;ii.-- .viin'l".-f Oregon l:ies oi Indians, iiiil i;:e- c:y hiii water o, Is snvj:'. Count L;ck of ail iv : .!: j .j th . pa.;.: i . It l a iouciy place, v.iluoui Vtti'i; iiu oi ibe crickel in "me e' In-: liool ol iiie' M-itir:: i.V": iii li.c aujacent Limber, lieiv Mown: g waters of iioarlv haii ;it lodged the remains, ul Jtgh and ury, !ili.-ali.. -Lit resting place of t:;e.r dead, for ho i'acjiic Coast tribe ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 7 November 1896

,1" I t : I! 5.- "it A TEXAS TOENADO Narrowly Misses Giving Sherman a Visitation. Bar Citizens Greatly Excited Reports of Casualties and Iestroctlon Wrought Very IndeUnite lteqnests Made for fbyslclaus, Kurses and bandages. Shekmax, Tex., Oct 29. A tornado originated about 5:15 o'clock last even ing near Farming-ton, 15 miles south "west of Sherman, and, after forming 4ook a northeasterly course, passing about three miles cast of Sherman. It was seen by hundreds of people in this city. The usual tornado phe nomena were prevalent. The ba rometer registered 20 04, six points lower than it did on May 15, when the disastrous tornado visited this city. 'The citizens here were much excited, and it was some time before any effort was made to learn the extent of the disaster. The first destructive work of the storm was noted la miles southwest of Sherman, where it demolished a ten ant house on the farm of George Duke. No one was hurt at that place, and the tornada rose from the earth strik ...

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