ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,358 items from Cape Girardeau Democrat, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,358 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 6 March 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, fnblUlit-r. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MS VJRL FASHION AND FURNITURE. ood Taste Too Often Sacrificed la Ftr nUnlng the Iloau. Fashion is responsible for any amount of bad furniture. For the wealthy it is Marie Antoinette and other period furniture, or Turkish, Japanese aid other ornate eastern styles, none of which is adapted to our habits and sur roundings. Last year it was metal bed steads; now they are tabooed and wood reigns. To-day it is prima vera and curly birch; six months from now it may be black walnut and cherry again. Some fashions tire bizarre and ugly; many more artistic and altogether charming; for instance, brass bedsteads are showy and dazzling and iron ones too suggestive of public institutions, v here cleanliness is the main considera tion. Wood bedsteads are more pleas ing to the eye and give a chamber a cozier appearance. In short, given free reign, fashion is a tyrant here as else where; made subservient to good taste and judgment, it is a most ...

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. — 6 March 1897

5." 1.1 -- " ! 'L . K i .1 k i -c It I Showing the County and Townhi Indebtedness of Cape Girardeau County, on the first day of 'February. 197: also a detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures of said county .'except receipts and expenditures on aecount i of the Public School Funds ) for the year ending on the first day of February, j 189", published bv order of the County Court under the requirement of Section 3187 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri for 1889. I Continued from last week. I H M Ammett temporary relief .1 B Williams temporary relief James H Wilhelm temporary relief Henderson & Vineyard p f physicians salary City of Cape Girardeau temporary relief .1 M Randol transportation and board insane Nettie Golliher temporary relief Isaac Flurry temporary relief Mar 3 By Elvira James temporary relief Sarah A Penney temporary relief May 7 By G B Stone eraporary relief .las Jackson temporary relief Mrs Rice temporary relief E M Strong care of poor persons A M Curtri...

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. — 13 March 1897

DEMOGRflT PRINTING 60., PuDIIstiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1897. Vol. XXI No 47 A MIGHTY RAIN. It Came in Torrents. trnki AJ1 0t of Bask and Mich Damaa-e Don to Fnctf and erowlag Wheat. Monday night last will long be re membered in this section of the country for the great pouring down of rain. It was not an ordinary hard rain fall. It was a pouring down after the fash ion of a cloud buret. - The rain com menced coming early in the night and it rained in an ordinary way till about twelve o'clock and then the drops be came stream! and large streams at that. For four hours this pouring down continued, creeks crawled out of their banks and the low lands were overflowed till they became a regular sea of water. Cape La Crouix creek was buried under a sea of water and in many places it was several miles wide. All the creeks in the county were eut of their banks and it is feared that much damage has been done -to fences and to the wheat on the low lands. The water i...

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. — 13 March 1897

IN THE WHITE HOUSE. The Change in the Adminis tration of Affairs. WM. U'KINLEY INAUGURATED PRESIDENT. Fine Weather, Gorgeous Decora tions and a Magnificent Pa geant Made It a Bril liant Affair. The Ceremonies "Witnessed by Immense Throngs of People Massed in Front of the Na tional Capitol. Following the Administration of the Oath by Chief-Justice Fuller President McKinley Delivered His In augural Address. Garrett A. Hobart Duly Installed a Vice- President of the United State In the Senate Chamber. Inauguration Day. WaSHnraTON, March 4. William McKinley, of Oblo, was to-day installed as president of the United States for the term of four years contln alng until the fourth of March, 1901, and Grover Cleveland for the second time passed from the zeroise of the high office of president and re entered private life. In his capacity as ex- president he ha but one living contemporary. Mis Immediate predecessor, Benjamin Harrison. All the others who within the last 30 years, by lection or su...

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. — 13 March 1897

GREEKS IN CHICAGO Anxious to Return to Their Native Country for Service A Rain lit the Turk The Ques tion of Transportation the Only Serious One to lie Considered Financial Aid Sought from Greek Consulates. Chicago, March 8. Five hundred Greeks in this city are eager to respond to the call to arms issued yesterday by M. Skouzes, Greek minister of foreign affairs, and every effort is beinjf made to get funds to carry the Athenians to their native soil. A mass meeting was held in the Creek church yesterday afternoon, at which fiery speeches were made. Father Fiambolis, who, two weeks ao, stirred the Greeks of the city by an eloquent appeal in be half of the fatherland, presided at yesterday's meeting-. He told hiseoun trymen that it was first necessary to pet money, as lack of means stood in their way. The Greek headquarters on Dearborn street was swarming with the Hellenes last night who are anxious to leave at once to enter in the fight against the Turk. Some of them are subject to ...

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. — 13 March 1897

The WeeMy Democrat.! Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1807 ANNOUNCEMENTS. TOR MAYOR. We are authorized to announce W. H. COERVER As an independent candidate for re election to the office of Mayor of Cape Girardeau city. FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce J. ADAM WEBER As a candidate for the oflice of City Marshal, subject to tha action of the city Republican nominating conven tion. We are authorized to announce JAMES WILDES As a candidate for the office of City Mur.-hl subject t j the action of the Republican nominating convention. We are authorized to announce MARTIN OBERHEIDE As an independent candidate for the office of City Marshal. We are authorized to announce , OTTO HANN'Y As a candidate for the office of City Marshal, subject to the action of the City Republican nominating conven tion. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. We rre authorized to...

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. — 13 March 1897

MIXED UP. livery thing 1 Local Form l'o Found That la of Interr.-u. MONDAY. Hardin'Montgomery has started a daily paper at Boplar Bluff. Mr. I Montgomery is a first class printer and we wish him and his Dailv Herald success. I Jodie Flynn has not yet announced himself through the public print for City Attorney, but he is a candidate all the same. Jodie is well qualified to fill the office of calaboos3 lawyer in fact that is about all he is quali fied for. The Daily New Idea was a timid in fant and it lived only one week. This is a sickly town for daily newspapers. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting the mucus, allaying the inflamation, healing and strengthening. It is sure to d you good cannot do you harm. Thous ands have been benefitted by its use. For the information of the voters we will state that at the city elec tion on April Oth an election will also be held for the purpose ofelectinstwo .School Directors. This is nut an official notice but it is gi...

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. — 13 March 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. n. II. ADAMS, I-:ll)ier. CAPE GIRARTEL k;ri. Maj. McKiSLEYsald, on the 1st, that he felt better than he had for a fort night. He seemed to have completely recovered his health and spirits. The display of fireworks in Washing ton, on the night of the 4th, in honor of the inauguration of President Mc Kinley, was the most magnificent ever witnessed in that city. Secretary Oljtby has definitely con eluded not to accept the professorship of international law at Harvard, tend ered him by President Eliot, but will resume his law practice in Boston. It was announced at the regular meeting of the Xew York chamber of commerce, on the 4th, that ex-President Cleveland had declined the offer of a complimentary dinner in his honor by the chamber. The Greek consul In London received S telegram from Athens, on the 5th, Btating that 40,000 Greek troops had been called out, and were to be dis patched to the Turkish frontier with the least possible delay. The Inauguration of Mr. McKinley...

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. — 13 March 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. . II. ADAM", Piihllxhrr. CAPE GIRARDEAU, .- M!.-SU'RL A BACHELOR'S REVERIE.. - h, a home Is a terrible handicap To a soul that would fain be free; It has captured many a prisoned chap. But it never shall .hackle me. Instead of the cares I would have to face. In the same old rounds every day. Oh. give me a room in a lodging place -v ; And a lunch at a chance cafe. - I never need hnrry to catch my car, : For I haven't a place to go, And early or late no meal I mar. For I'm dining alone, you know. The hands of the clock I never chase. For I drift in an easy way, Since I sleep in a transient lodging 'place And lunch at a chance cafe. A brother of mine I loved him well! Went wrong in his early years, . . - ;' Tor he married and bought him place to dwell, ; (Oh, the thought of it brings me tears!) . And there he has lived what a pitiful case ,. ,rt , And there he will likely stay, i, While I still sleep in a lodging place And lunch at a chance cafe. I sometimes think of his ...

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. — 13 March 1897

They ;w ant Office A petition is being1 circulated for Sam Hitt for Maj or, F. A. Kage for Collector, Jodie Flynn, for City At torney, Rudolph Babn for Police Judge and H. C. Bartlesfor Assessor. The city election promises to be lively. I udge N orrld lJcntl. Judge Norrid of Scott county died at bis borne near Benton Sunday, March 7th. The deceased was an old and highly respected citizen of that county. He was well known in this city. Snn Duitr in agba. A WfL Cough is tonrce of L aid4 3!liSrrWall. Ballard's Hoi fcoactt SjrYip tejruarantaed to car tt op ourn, Wiping Conga, m: rMKTwllher coughs. Sold at WiteMs In store. -u'. v"' i ItsslswllsMs of a Bachslor. :- "99am women wear corsets on their brains. &o "woman can be sick very leng without getting religious. Every woman has an idea that her husband wasn't anywhere near so steady when she married him. The average man thinks he is in lore with a certain woman the minute he is sure he isn't in love with any other one. When a girl 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. — 20 March 1897

'4 DEWOGRflT PRINTING GO., PuDIisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897. Vol. XXINo 48 ADJUDGED INSANE. Must Go to An Insane Asylum. Miss Itosena N'oenlnger to be Taken to a Mud House-She Is a Bright YounzLody but she Is Mentally Off. Miss Rosena Xoeninger, a young lady born and raised in this city faced a jury in the Common Pleas Court Tuesday. The jury had been called to inquire into the mental condition of the young- lady. The testimony of several witnesses was heard. Among these witnesses was Rosette Xoenin ger, a sister of the unfortunate young lady. The evidence of the sister, co oberated by the other witnesses, tu gether with the antics of the young lady, made it clear to the jury that she was "mentally deranged and they ren dered a verdict accordingly. The case was a sad one sad because it was a case in which one sister was against another sad ' because the young lady who was in the hands of a jury of business men who had known her from her infancy and know...

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. — 20 March 1897

HEED FOR SPEAKER. Unanimously Renominated by tha Republican House Caucus. Bis Besponse Chairman Dingley of the Ways and Means Committee Re counts Work Already Done by " Way of Preparation. Washington, March 15. Speaker fieed was unanimously renominated for speaker of the house of representatives at Saturday night's republican caucus. The attendance of members was un usually large, 192 of the 203 being present. The new members were con spicuously numerous. Mr. Payne, of New York, was se lected to place Mr. Reed in nomina tion. He referred in flattering terms to Mr. Reed's popularity in the house, lie said that Mr. Heed was nominated when the congress was elected; that he was the choice of the republican party and that it was the business of the caucus to respond to the demand. When Mr. Payne had taken his seat Mr. Urosvenor, of Ohio, who occupied the chair, put the motion, and it was adopted without a dissenting vote. Mr. Payne, of Xew York, and Mr. Can non, of Illinois, two of the v...

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. — 20 March 1897

HUMOROUS. A Good Scheme. "Mm Kgaby let Iter husband practice oa his cornet t home." "What's that for?" "It give ber an excuse to be away all the time Chicago Eecord. Doctor "You want some strength ening medicine, sir." Mr. Mulligan (emphatically) "Oi do that, docthor. Shure, my woife is much stronger than Oi am, an' she bates me onmercifully." Fun. Mr. Dukane "That man yonder seems very pensive. Do you suppose he is in love?" Mr. Gaswell "Oh, no; that's impossible. I know him very veil. lie's married." Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph. "What possible fascination can there be about Arctic exploration?" "Well, for one thing, they have such a long night there that no one can object to a man. staying out occasionally." Philadelphia North American. When the tempest broke the roof of the barn struck the tenderfoot on the chest, a haystack fell on his head and a cord of wood pinned his feet to the ground. Tears sprang to his eyes. "It reminds me," he sighed, "of sitting in a crowded trolley ...

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. — 20 March 1897

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Be Democrat, Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Tout O.De at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897. Republican Ticket. For Mayor, joiin d. i "outer field. For Collector, W. II. HUTir.X.S. For City Attorney, ALEXANDER ROSS. For Police Judge, RUDOLPH HAHN. For Treasurer, LOUIS II. GRAESSLE. For Marshal, J. A. WEBER. For Assessor, UEKMAN BOCH. For Councilman First Ward, HERMAN RABICn. For Councilmer. Second Ward, CLARENCE GIVENS, FRED PAPE. For Councilman Third Ward, FRANK UNNERSTALL. For-Councilman Fourth Ward, E. F. BLOMEYER. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOK MAYCiL We are authorizu.1 U iinin-unc W. II. COKKVKK As an independent candidate for re election to the office of Mayor of Cape Girardeau city. FOK CITY MAUSH AIj. We are authorized to announce MARTIN OHEHHK1DE As an indonendent candidate for the office of City Marshal. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. Wo rre authorized to announce HAISTON POE As a candidate f...

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. — 20 March 1897

a: she MIXED UP. Kverythlns ot Local Form To bm Found That In of Interest. MONDAY. The Water Wwrks and Electric Light Company have rented the Demp sey building on Main street for a shop and store room for water and electric light fixtures. W. H. Huter is a candidate for City Collector. He will submit his name tt the Republican nominating C invention. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting the mucus, allaying the intlamation, healing and strengthening. It is sure to do you good cannot do you harm. Thous ands have been benefitted by its use. There is talk of a third independent city ticket being brought out. The more the merrier. Geo. G. Wright, of Kelso, ban the contract to erect the telephone line from Burfordville to Jackson. Gan non Brothers of this city are furnish ing tht. material. Dr. Sawyer: Dear Sir: 1 can say with pleasure that I have been usin your medicine, and will recommend it to all suffering ladies. Mitts. V. W. Weathekshek. Augusta, (ia. Sold ...

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. — 20 March 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS Pnli'lslier. CAPE GTRRT'EMT. - Mt'SM'RI Pbesidext McKrsi.KT is emphasizing his earnest desire for the ratification of the general arbitration with Great Britain by personal appeals to his friends in the senate. Ges. W. W. Thomas, of Portland, Me-, who was twice the diplomatic repre sentative of the United States at Stock holm, was said, on the 8th, to have been assured that he would be sent back to Sweden. Fathtrics throughout the United States during the week ended the 12th, as reported by R. G. Dun &. Co., were 258, against 800 for the corresponding week of last year. For Canada the l all ures were 61, against 60 last year. Loaks to the amount of $4,000,000 hare been obtained from New York banks recently to pay duties on goods held in bond in anticipation of higher duties under the new tariff. One loan for $500,000 was secured on the 11th. The engagement is announced of Thomas 8. Barry and Miss Mabel Banna, daughter of Senator Mark Banna. The prospect...

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. — 20 March 1897

i THE I) E MOCK AT. II. II. ADAM. I 'ilii'ir. CAPE GIRARM3AT?. mi - s :;ri. HE WAS VINDICTIVE. d It Seem lie Wasn't Much to lllamc for It. Derringer Dan had declined all invf iations to join his associates in the usual evening pastimes. It was a bitter cold night, and be sat close to the stove, read ing' laboriously, but with great interest. Presently he shut the book with a slam, and, gazing into the fire, exclaimed: "That's the way of it! As soon as a nan gits fooled hisself, he ain't satis fied ter go ahead an' play a lone hand. He alius wants a partner er two ter help im along weth his notions." "That book must have bad news in Jt." remarked Broncho Bob. "You rem excited." "No, I ain't excited. I was just medi tatin in a calm, philosophical frame of mind over the fack that the next tame anybody comes around here tryin to take up a collection for the heathen he'll lave ter explain a lot and talk quick. And when I come ter think of it a sec ond time, I dun no's it'll be worth whil...

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. — 20 March 1897

17 REPORTED DROWNED. Break in the Levee llelow ( nrulh ersville, Mo. People Fleei&s. C'ARUTHERSVrLLE,Mo., March IS. A report reached here to-ai-ht that the levee had broken fifty miles below here, and that seventeen persons were drowned. Tlic water rose here 4 inches the past twenty-four hours, and is causing much alarm. 'Work on the levee is badly handicappc:i by rani. While many are working, it avu'.U but little, as the dirt, when piled up, is nothing more than an embankment of mud. A 2-inch rise will turn the water into the southeast part of tow:-.. All the sand bags that could be secur ed have been used. Small squads of fanners can be seen coming in to help work on the levee. A number of families near the river bank have been forced to leave their homes or move to the second story, the water running through the windows of same f the buildings. Many families have come to town, as most of Caruthers ville is on land that never overflows, from the lower part of the county, feari...

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. — 27 March 1897

I II '-' i - s DEMOGRflT PRINTING GO. Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1897. Vol. XXI No 49 THEY BDTLIOENSE. An East Cape Couple Elope. The Young Man Eighteen tud the Yuunic I.udv Twenty. Smith J. Billingsley, aged eighteen, son of J. W. Billingsley, and Miss Roxie Broiderick, aged twenty years, daughter of John Broideriek, both of East Cape Girardea, took it into their he Ads last Saturday niornihg that they could no longer live happy without living together as man and wife. They boarded the fleet little bteamer Cape City and crossed over the father of waters to .Missouri - the home of the froe and the land of the brave. They hired a rig here and went helter skelter to Jackson and presented theniselvs to 'hat good -ami holy man, C. F. Betten, who i by authority of law empowered to issue papers that make man and woman one blood, one flesh and two hearts that beat as one. They asked fr the .pa pers and in compliance with their re quest a handsome little paper...

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. — 27 March 1897

LOWER MVER FLOODS. Ko Abatement in the Mad Rush of Anjnrv Waters. Belief Boa til Doing Noble Work In the "wroe of the Drowned Out and Starv ing People The Bitnatlon Hourly Growing Worn. St. Louis, March 3o Water, water, everywhere, and not a spot of dry land upon which to seek refng-e, is the wail that comes out of the southland. The Cumberland and the Tennessee are pouring mighty volumes into the Ohio from the south, and the Wabash is rushing in one of the greatest floods ever known in its valley. All this makes the volume of water poured into the Alississippi from the Ohio probably gTeater than ever before. At the pres ent time, a stretch of country over 100 miles lon from a point 70 miles north of Memphis to a point 50 miles south of the Tennessee metropolis, issubmerged, iu places to a depth of 15 feet, as the land dips or rises. Fertile valleys in Tennessee and Ar kansas are completely inundated, many lives have been lost, stock drowned, fencing and dwellings swept away, and th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
x
Loading...
x
x