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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 May 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS. Puhltttier. CAPE GIRARDEAU. Mi-smi. I AM SO GLAD. I am so glad I can forget The Collies of the past. The tears that once my eyelids wet. The skies once overcast. I am so glad that all the grief Of all the far-off years Has found In time a sweet relief. Or vanished with my tears. ' I'm glad the troubles I have had Sio longer make me sorrowful; I am so very glad. I'm glad that I cannot forget The pleasures of the past. The tender eyes that mine have met For days that did not last. I am so glad that olden times Fill me with new delight. That roses of remembered Junes Continually are bright. I'm glad the pleasant things I've had Crow every day more beautiful; I am so very glad. 3 am so glad that HI or good Is from the Father's hand Dropped down. I would not If I could Reverse what He has planned. I'm glad that One who knows the way Is marking it for me, And that He does it every day. Just as It ought to be. Though future days be good or bad The plans of God 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. — 1 May 1897

The Weefly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Tne Democrat Printlno Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as seeoud-class matter. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1897. They are plowing corn down in Dunklin county and still the editor of the Dunklin Democrat ia not happy. No District or county in the State ever had a truer representative than Mr. Drum -Marble tliU Pivs. Yes, and no railroad corporrtii either. The Uloomlield Vindicator office was. destroyed by fire last Sunday nijht. The owners of tli-; Vindicator will put in a new plant and the paper will axain make its appearand! in few woeks. The soft money am hard money D'WK-i-Hts d nrt tlwftl! together in harmony iu this town. They used to be brothers but now they are only half brothers. The Dunklin County Democrat heads an article "A Dead Man Talks. The article appears in the editorial column of that paper and the heading is therefore very appropriate. Maj. Warner has had his si.n ap pointed to a good fat ...

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. — 1 May 1897

MIXED UP. Everything of Local Form To b Found That la of Interest. MONDAY. The rain Saturday night and Sun day put all the creeks out of their banks again. There is some talk of the Illinois Central Railroad building a branch frm Anna, Illinois, to this city. Judge Medley will attend the May term of the County Court which will convene at Jackson next Monday 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 do you good cannot do you harm. Thous ands have been benefitted by its use. Notice the merchant's store who ad vertises in the newspapers and you will see that that merchant has no idle time. Hon. Leuis Houck went down to Kennett this afternoon to look after his railroad interests. The telephone poles are nice and they are being put up in nice style. The Street Commissioner has fixed up the north entrance to the city park iu nice-shape. Dr. Sawyer: Dear Sir; I can say with pleasure that I ha...

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. — 1 May 1897

STILL TRIUMPHANT. The Valorous Greeks Victorious at All Points. Crown Prlnre Constaattoe's Report The Turku Ureal ly Dismayed by the Uetttrac Uaa of Their Stare at Kuteriiia aod Utochorion. - Crown Prince Constantino's Report to the Kins. Loxnox, April 23. The Athens cor respondent of the Daily Chronicle says that the Crown Prince Constantine has wired to King George as follows: "The Turks are quiet to-day, owing to our success yesterday (Thursday). We have destroyed the Turkish bat tery at Liberia. The Turks have re tired from Xezeros and Rapsani. The action of our lleet at Katerina was ex cellent. I was in the first line of fire jesterday." The Chronicle's correspondent says: The Turks are greatly dismayed by "the destruction of their stores at Kat erina and Litochorion. Commodore Sachtouris destroyed the stores from the coast to the foot of Mount Olympus. .Nothing remains, therefore, for Kdhem Pasha to carry away but hunger. The coast road being barred, the only re maining road f...

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. — 1 May 1897

ABSENT-MINDED. TTsa Professor Thonarnt Her Face Was Familiar. rot. Charles Fahnestock is a pear eighted, absent-minded, but genial yemngr man, with all the qualities that ltad to success except that he has a very poor memory. This leads h'nn into trouble, especially when he meets ladies to whom he has paid marked attention. Hecuperating for the past few weeks at the winter city by the sea where so many Phiiadelphians and Chic-agoans go to recover from the effects of arduous social seasons of ante-nuptial dinners, he became tmitten with the charms of a youngs lady. They became insepara ble, and frientls of each were hourly expecting to hear of an engraement. At last one evening they were sitting- in a dark corner of the glass-covered ve randa, and this bit of conversation was wafted from behind the palms: "I swear," declared Charlie, passion ately, "that I love you!" "But, Mr. Fahnestock," came the young ladv's voice, coldly and distinct ly, you have so poor a memory. You might forge...

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. — 1 May 1897

Order of Publication. In the Cape Girardeau Court of Com mon Pleas, within and for tie County of Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri. May Term, 1S97. Mabch 16, 18!7. Ignatz Goetz, Plaintiff, VERSUS Mury Goetz, Defendant. Order of Publication. AT this day comes the plaintiff by his attorney before the Clerk of the Cape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas in vacation and tiles his petition and affidavit, allejrinjr. amonr other thintrs, that defendant Mary Goetz had "a husband living- at the date of her marriage to plaintiff. Where upon it is" ordered by the clerk that said defendant be notified by publication that plaintiff has com menced a suit against her in this court the object and nature of which is to obtain a decree of divorce from the bonds of matrimony contracted be tween plaintiff and defendant on the ground of abandonment, and that un less she be and appear at this court at the next term thereof, to be bejfiin and holden at the court house in the city of Cape Girardeau, in sa...

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. — 8 May 1897

t. DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1897. Vol. XXII No 3 t i J- 4 SEVENTY ARRESTS MADE- First Sunday Under the New Raines J.aw lit New York. New Yokx. May 2. The new Haines law went into operation to-day. Owing to the fact that the local au thorities had not been -provided with official copies of the measure, the dis position of the cases coming lefore the city magistrates was rather awk ward. Sixty excise arrests were made. Some of the pi isoners were released with a formal hearing: others were held under heavy bail. The law was enforced in Brooklyn with consider able laxity, and only jfour saloon kepers fell into the police net. Most of the fake Haines law hotels which grew up undor the old law were losed, but thu 'clubs'' did a thriving business. At . 'oney Island the po lice made no attempt to enforce the law, and beer flowed freely. ( uba. Walter B. Stephens, the .St. Louis Glolw-Demoerat correspondent in Cuba, is well knuwn. and mos...

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. — 8 May 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, PehlWher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI. Thi Ohio medical law has been de clared constitutional in the lower courts. It requires physicians to register and have certificates based npon practice or examination. Thomas Steep, the Cuban corres pondent of the Scripps-McRae league. is alive. A cablegram has been re ceived at the league headquarters saying that he is safe at Kingston, Ja maica. Senatob Obville H. Platt, of Con necticut, was married, on the 29th, to Mrs. Jennie P. Hoyt, of Upper Mont elair, N.J. Very few of Senator Piatt's colleagues were aware of his intended nuptials. The regents of the Michigan state university at Ann Arbor have tendered Harry J. Hutch ins, dean of the law de partment, the presidency of the uni versity during Dr. Angell's absence as minister to Turkey. Failures throughout the United States for the week ended on the 1st, as reported by R. G. Dun & Co.. were 837 against 238 for the corresponding week last year. In Canada the fail...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 May 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. I. II. ADAMS Piihlisher. CAPE GIRARTiEXU. MfS !'RL THE OLD SPELLING CLASS. 1 ee them yet. the boys and girls who stood up In a row -And tried to spell each other down so many yeers ago; Their voices sweet come back to me from out the shadows cool. -And love invests with cherished thoughts that ne'er forgotten school. I hear the titter, half suppressed, that flitted up and down The line when some one missed a word, de spite the roaster's frown. ThouRh stern was he, we wept the day we laid him 'neath the grass, And sorrow spread her pinions o'er the old spelling class. "We knew the book from "baker" to the hardest word therein, ut sometimes we missed a letter and the next to us would win. Cplling hard in sun and shadow, how the days went flitting by! 3Iow oft we turned each other down be neath the winter sky! One day would find me near the head as happy as could te. And the next I'd lose my laurels by the absence of an "e." Thus long ago we stood in line and spelled, but...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 May 1897

The Weekly Democrat. Published E-zery Saturday by THe Democrat Printing Go. 114. THEMIS STREET. Enteral at the Post Offle at Caiie Girardeau, Mo., as secoiKl-class matter. SATURDAY, MAY 8. 1W ..One hundred people were cremated in a charity bazaar in Paris Monday night last, r. inc. ne.v t-tri'.i 01 ll is truly Kepub - lican and patriotic in every sense of the word. Lt the srood work go brave'v on. Tlie Fillyites are fighting the con tinuation of Ciiarles H. Smith, who has been named by the President for Surveyor of Customs of St. Louis. Webster Davis has been appointed for Assistant Secretary ofthelnterior. Webster Davis is one of the best campaign orators in Missouri. It is said that old man Filley wants the St. Louis Postmastership for him self. Dick Kerens ought to kt 'he old man have a little piece of pie. The Charleston News is no longer a daily paper. Brother Teiwiler says there is more money in the job print ing busines than there is in publish ing a country daily newspaper. ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 May 1897

( 0 MIXED UP. Everything ot Local Form To Found That la of Interest. MONDAY. b ti-oni a Balavia. (111.,) paper we clip the following:: "The friends of Mrs. Dr. II. Brcide will be pleas id to iearn that she was able to be removed to her heme, Monday, from the Chica go Hospital, where the has been forthe past seven weeks, and underwent a a, delicate surgical operation, She is recovering- very niceiy." Col. G. C. Thilenius has a line fish pond near the old Uhl brewery and he wants it distinctly understood that no person is allowed to lish there without (M-rmission. It is his private proper ty and he will prosecute any jierson caught trespassing. State Superintendent of Schools Kirk has announced his itinerary for holding examinations of applicants for the state eertilieates as follows: Carthage. May 21-22: Kansas City 28 2'.: Cajie Girapdeau, May 31 and June 1. Dr. Hell's Peppermint Chill Tonic is a perfect liver laxative anti malarial and blood purifier. Removes billiousness without p...

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. — 8 May 1897

'LET US HAVE PEACE." The Nation Honors One of Its Mightiest Dead. Inposlns; Dedicatory Ceremonies at River aide Park, New York The Greatest Pageant of Modern Time, Civ ic, Military and Naval. Www YOB.K, April 27. Never but once In the history of the world, and never before In the aisVirr of the United States, has such a tribute kee paid to the noble dead as to-day, with wordrous pageant by land, and sea the nation dedicated the tomb that now holds the body of the hero Ulysses S. Grant. It was an occasion mot of triumphant euloey and national pride than of a funeral rite, for, in these 12 years alnee first the nation mourned for Grant the keenness of grief has worn oil, and there lives la the hearts of men the hero worship which found such tumultuous vent to-day. The treat est of our citizens, our soldiers and our sailors. to-day stood side by side with men of fame of very nation of the earth, and paid, without re--anl to race or creed or party prejudice, the last and long-delayed ho...

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. — 8 May 1897

THE TABLES TURNED. The Tnrlu Defeated at Teleatlno with Enormous Losaea by 8moleaskrsBrlffda Graphic Accounts of the Entrance to Lariaaa by the Turkish Troops Both Powerm Keeolred to Continue tha War Indefinite. Athens, April 30, Midnight A tele gram just received here says a great battle has been fought at Velestino be tween a Turkish force of 8,000 and Gen. Smoleoski'a brigade. The dis patch states that the Turks were re pulsed with enormous losses. Resolved to Continue the War. Loxdos, April 30. It is semi-officially stated that there is reason to believe (hat European intervention between Turkey and Greece in the present po sition of affairs is regarded as wholly impracticable, both Greece and Turkey having resolved to continue the war. The powers are thus obliged to stand aside until one of the combatants is finally defeated. A Pitched Battla with Liberated Fri oners. Athens. May L The story of the en trance of the Turkish troops into La rissa is dramatic When the cavalry and a...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 May 1897

SPECIAL MARKET LETTER The following market letter is fur nished us by McLaix Bros. & Co., Commission Merchants. Rialto Build ing, Chicago: Financial circles have not been dis turbed by anything of a sensational character since the sudden abatement of fears of a general European war. and are at present viewing the situa tion with but. little apprehension of any unusual disturbance in the immediate future. Tlie resumption of gold exports serves more to emphasize the inactivity per vading the stock and bond market limn to cause any disquieting disturbance in values. Stock brokers complain of a dearth of orders, and attribute llieir misfortunes la:gel to the losses sus tained in England in South Airi.-aii mining ventures, w.iirli have :ei. -o many European inventors i.iaiti--;ill bankrupt that t ere i-. a noiiceaoie contraction in the volume of foii iin business on American e. hanes. The more penreful ::spect of ;t':.iii in the Levant bat had a depress!:-., cl fect on the wheat mark...

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. — 15 May 1897

DEttOGRAT PRINTING GO.f Publlsliers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1897. Vol. XXII No 4 I!" : 1 'A 4 i I' 4 t X A, -ft RAILROAD SURVEY. Chicago be nd Eastern Illinois Pro posed Extension. Marion, III., May 8. TheChicago nd Eastern Illinois Rairoad Com pany has placed a large corps of en gineers in the field to survey a route from a point near its southern ter minus to a point on the Mississippi River betwen Cairo and Cape Girar deau, Mo. This place is the present terminus of the C. & E. I road, and instead of commencing the survey at Xba end of their line here they began four miles north at the junction of the Chicago & Texas Railroad and left this place about two miles off the line. This action of the railroad company is troubling some of our heavy property owners. The infor mation is given out that the road will ross the Mississippi at Thebes, a short distance below Cape Girardeau, and Continue on the Missouri side to Delta, where it will tap the Cotton Belt....

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. — 15 May 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAM, FuMUher. CAPE GIRAEDE A.U. MISSU'RL Th International Association of Ma chinists, at their convention in Kansas City, Ma, adopted the report of the committee on resolutions favoring an eight hour law. The resignation of Wm. W. Aiken, supervising- architect of the treasury, has been asked by Secretary Gage. It is understood the reasons for this re quest are not political. Mb. Yang Yc, former Chinese min ister to the Cnited States, left Wash ington for New York, on the Sd, en route to his station at St. Petersburg. Ee was booked to sail on the 8th. Ex-Gov. Albert G. Porter, of Ind iana, died on the 3d, at his residence in Indianapolis after a protracted ill ness, aged 73 years. The immediate cause of his death was cellulitis, with complication s. Tire report of the expert accountant who has been examining the books of the Surety Building and Loan associa tion of Philadelphia, shows a shortage of 22,000 instead of S,000, as was at first supposed. Db. J. H. Holl...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 May 1897

THE DEMOCRAT. It. H. ADAMS, PublUher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MICSURI. BESIEGED IN A CRATER. BT H. ALAH CLARKE. The adventure I am about to relate occurred in the summer of 1880, a time when the Apaches those virulent scourges of the southwestern border -till dominated the lives and happiness of pioneers in that section. In July of the year mentioned, a party of five Hobert Winston, Joe Baker, Clyde Har ris, Jeff Hinman and the writer left the Rio Grande valley bound on a pros pecting trip into the Zuni country, of whose extensive mineral wealth we had beard some dazzling' rumors. Baker, Harris and I were original ly from the cast; but Winston and Hin man were Texans both splendid speci mens of the modern frontiersman. "They were crack shots with rifle and pis tol; could ride "any thin that growed ha'r," as Hinman expressed it; and "they were thoroughly versed in plains craft and Indian warfare. Before we left the Rio Grande we heard considerable talk of attacks hav ing been made by raidi...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 May 1897

""jP'i'lfm-lllll l il I I m ' "" i 'i .v..wJ.' - " - t . ... : " f ,, -"EK- " - : ' l il p ?! The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by THe Democrat Printino Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Pott Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as 8eeo:nl-class matter. SAT.L'KDAY, MAY !.". 1S!)T. The Butler County Fair Asscciution has decided to have no Fair this rear. There are good men. bad men. men with principle and men without prin ciple in politics. The 1; to 1 cry is flying out. The warm weather months are coming on and the 1'! tramps ta 1 straw stack arc scattering out. If that St. Louis prcacliwr eon vert Bob Ingersoll thin the man who is predicting the end of the wo rid will be able to get in his work. ii "orprr ;i:,n:an anuiver cowu se cure us a United States Court for Southeast Missouri he would make his seat in Congress perpetual. A copy of the Democrat will be found on filo in the .Missouri I'aeitic Kailroad building at the Tennessee Centennialat Nashville, Tenn.,for the next...

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. — 15 May 1897

IT r-4 i ! 5 MIXED UP. -Everything 01 Local Form To Found That Is of Interest. MONDAY. be "There -are more dead beats in this city than in any city in the country of the same size. We know them. We keep a list and on that list are some people who want to be high toned. The prosoect for a good wheat crop in this section of country was never better than now. The -wheatfields are looking better than usual at this sea son of the year. Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic is a perfect liver laxative anti malarial and blood purifier. Removes billiousness without purging. Cures chills and makes the complexion good Guaranteed by all dealers. We always have time to talk to the preachers. We like the preachers. We enjoy their company. They are. as a class, good men. ui course we cannot believe as most of them believe but we like the preachers just the same. They mean well and we wish them well. The army worms are destroying the clover fields in some parts of this county. The members of the City ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 May 1897

LAST GREAT BATTLE. Defeat of the Greek Troops AH Along the Line Alts a Most Gallant Resistance The Turks la Possession or More and Better Field Onus and Also Showed Better Gen eralshipCasualties Unknown. LoHBON, May 8. The "Times" print the folio wins' dispatch from velestino, ia Athens: "The expected battle be gan at half-past six yesterday morning (Thursday) at this point and at the CynoecephalaB and a little later above Aivali and Pharsalos. The positions are as follows: Velestino and the main Cynoscephalae chain were held by the Greeks. The plain to the northward and the gray ridge jutting out between 4he Cynoscephalm and Velestino were .held by the Turks. The Greeks had three batteries of ar tillery and the Turks four. Early in the morning' a well-directed Greek ar tillery fire prevented the advance of the Turkish infantry. By half-past seven the artillery firing was very heavy on both sides, but each ma tained its position. At 10:30 a Turkish battery behind Koniari begun firin...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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