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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 November 1892

.THE DEMOCRAT) Tatts Pills invigorate body and rcvuuiu miud. KVmr, SATUimAJ MOBXDtG W. v. Leech inform, , that BEN H ADAMS. i lion. Martin L. Clardy will speak at cicKiSi5i jutes? " I court hoase ,n this city on Mon opyj.crjw..... .-.JHM dX evening next torooSiirnmnnmnnnil. io The candidates in this connty are Incw ially in Adcanee. j" out among the people working ADTEKtMtSS KATES l lOMtnenftn week .......! fc.ali addlttonrJ tnscrtiaa .....4.. &)oo lacb one uoaui . thrr inontlia w. . si x uuSLuu. Aw" TW . I 1.0" .G 6 , S JO lS.Ou CLOD ST..W i." .u: OoC quarter colnma, tlin KHvitha.. . - six mo-.th "' " ot vear :noiUii... svnii! o.ic war ' C0 eotaaa, UiTra nwth& ....... " .iino-.ihs . 'i ' O-. A -.-.r , f3-rtsa'it-nrtcj editorial &ccou er Uao. each nrtur.. XSomaranduiAa Hscla in the B portcr'a Wnndoricss. !ONnAV. Mark well the prediction ft Jr.mes G. Blaine at Washington the . o'her day that President Harrison wiil f Tictorious on November Mr. j'lainc is a prophet as well...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 5 November 1892

Th Njvembor Wide Awake Opens with a profnscly-iliustrated arti cle on "Soma British Castles," written by Oscar Fay Adams, and appropriately frontispieced by a splendid fall-page picture, by Garret, of "Marmion'a De fiance to Earl Douglas." Alexander Black has a capital descriptive paper on "The Babies of the Zoo" at Central Park, charmingly illustrated by Irene WilliaaiHon. a pupil of Beard. Edith Robinson has a fine story, "Raglan's Substitute," of the plnck and bravery of a Harvard boy at a city fire; Mary ociaen mcuod fcas a good Thanksgiv ing story, '-Why She was Thankful," turn .uaoei s election IJay is an ap propriate November story by Ellen Strong Bartlett Florence Howe Hal! tells of the "Moriarty-Dnckling Fair. "How Dorothy Paid her Way," by Car oline E. Ifereey, is a bright story of a bright girl. The serials by Kirk Man- roe, -me i oral bhip, and "That alary Ann," by Kate Upson Clark," which all the boy and girl readers have voted as "fine," end with this nnmber, for a new...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 November 1892

DEMCQ" BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1892. : v -yol. zvi: THE CAPE GIRARDEAU I. U XNUSUf AKH. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CITY RECORDER Office at stur on Harmony Street, OAPB CIRARDEAU. - Ma & a HARRIS. Physician and Surgeon Office In lear of Trickrr'a Dm Store. . f Indpendonr and Spanish Street. Cap Girardeau. (VSpecial atMntioa firea It vurKery ina lj.scetses oi FemuiQft. H. A. ASTHOLZ. iaentary Building Bad Lou Anciatta, NOTARY PUBLIC. Secretary 8outooero TOstrlot Agrleaa-au-el Society. Oiloa, Court Boas. jea.S. Do Your Insurance Business In a company whoa record In th. pan la a guarantee for the future. Insure In th HOME. OF NEW TORE. LEO DOYLH, Agont, No 25 Monk Main Street, Cap Girardeau, Btlateurl. apia. N. WICHTERICn, Gaps Glraxdoau, Ma Agent for Ike following Reliable Companies : Franklin Mutual, of St. Loult. Cittoona' iiieiiranoe Company, St. Lou la. Spr nif fleU insurance Comptar, Bpripa .Uld. Mass. Thee are three of the best and ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 November 1892

r' ' ft i ' i" a h tTHE DEMOCRAT 1hb J'eople's Xper OBcialOrgaiqltleTai-Payay iX.VZ GlttARDEAU XO. VSATTJRDAY,STOVEMijEn 12, 1892. We've (till got Maine. Democratic boodle did it. St. Louis, like Cape Girardeau, is a Republican city. lion. E. W. Russell was a candidate for office once too ottcn. They liked to not left a greasy spot Xf tbe Republican party. Cape Girardeau i( still tbe only Mining star in Southeast Missouri. Cleve and Steve are Hie men. Republicans can stand them )ears it the Democrats can. The four Etono Is elected Governor of Mis souri byaplnralitv of 80,000. The Wanier Democrats failed to material ize. x- The majority rules in this free country and all true Americans are always ready to bow their beads to the majority. Our roosters are under tbe weather. We will have to kill them off and get a new breed before we can expect any crowing. Sam M. Green would have made a good Judge, but the people concluded that Alex Ross would do Well on the bench and they have electe...

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. — 12 November 1892

r ' - r rr; ' -- --. - - . . ......... fPTTT? TlTSirrvT. . iJ.XA.ait XyH,lilUUitAl i....-' ' "" .... . i ; BEU H. ADAM . ewsckis-aom kita V 2? CEkt 'Mm time -t , Jjirxuriab'.y (n Adeatteei ta terJi ma week - 4Uk additional tuau .a l.no JO baa :aia oss mot.ll ." v!""'"""" pa t ooiaQi; thMimi'oi:.;;ni ,.v:v.v rI! aix moollu .. KtBiisttjoiw mth.. :::::::::n:: Vw.'l. "J"1" . .r. .ai 4.00 B 00 ' 8 B Is.so h Si.no f faS? "f" ,0,la!':U iiVIi"idi insrriii. LEAD JOTTTJIOS. Ugtorandutos Undo in the Esc ' ... PWIer! Wanderinsa. 1IOSDAV. F. A. Kage is building an addi- fion to his livery stable on a piece of; fc-rouuu un recently purchased from "Jud Robert L. Wilson. By runniug on Morgan Oak street (hs street ccrs would have been pairfiiized by everj bedy residing iu i he southwest- part of the city and Vy the prints and studcifs of Vinet-ai's Colle-jc. , The friends of A. 11. Meyers in thii city will be pleased to learn of his success. Mr. Mcyera, in addition to his position as AniMtor of the ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 12 November 1892

li a; 5 - i 3- r 5 .-4 mi ; - .i :M f--r I ir-f H4 6 I, ; 5 r j u ! 1. ft-- it m f St 1 TheDemockat aVEM H. ADAMS, PabUahar. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI SAFELY GARNERED. "Wm the your oalr child?" asked & Uj"fm!y one," the rawer brief; And yet he spoke without sigh. Without touch of Krlet He ntd the words with qtriet ran . I paused, and wondered tor awhile. I marveled at that quiet tone. In which no shade of sorrow lay: And thought of darlings of my own, Of laughing faces gay. And yet not one amongst all there. Not one, I felt, that 1 could spare. Vou need not grieve for me," said he: "Your little ones are not more blessed; Tls darling child, so dear to me. Has entered Into rest. Amid the Joys that never fade. bhe dwells tor aye, my Utile maid. I saw him raise tils eyes and hand Up to the quiet summer skies Up to the sinless, better land. To where his treasure lies. Where with untiring little fee She treads the City 's wondrous street . Your little ones,- he still went on, May liv...

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. — 19 November 1892

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT. BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1892. VOL. XVII. NO. 21. MUUM 8. K. ItfGKLMAK. ATTORNEY AT LAW A.JSTU CITY RECORDER ' Office at (Ion on Harmony Street, CAPE CiriARDEAU. MO. 8. & HARRIS. Physician and Surgeon Office in tear or Trickey'e Dm. Store, mim f Independence and Spanish Street. Caps Girardeau. ftTSpecial suantlos gins M Surgery mud D. senses of Knulit H. A. ASTHOLZ, scrntarr Bulldlac snd Lou NOTARY PUBLIC. Secretary Soutnss-tern District Agrloan eral Society. OdSce, Court bouse. Do Your Insurance Business In a eo'iipsny whoa, record In the pan Is guarantee for to. future. Insure In it. HOME. OF SEW YORK. LEO DOYLH, Agont, Ho 3i North Main Street, Capo Glrardaan, Mfe-surL spit. N. WICIITERICII, Caps Girardeau, - Ma Agent for the following Reliable Companies : Franklin Mufjal. of ft- Lonta. Citizens' Insurance Company, 9L Lou la jjjpr nnfloll luauranc. Compear, bpiing- Theoe are three of the brwt and mo...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 November 1892

EtfE DEMOCRAT 'EOPLB'S Official orni ol tts Tai-Pjyen. CAPE GIRARDEAU. BATHED AY.XOVEMBER 19, 1892. Free trade and a harmonize. free ballot don't The Democrat hare captured the earth and Ohio too. Crow b tough eating but it U a Re publican dish thia year. November is an unlucky motath thia year that it, unlucky for we'una. Clere and Steve were a good pair to draw to. The whole deck could'nt teat them after the draw. The Warner Democrat mutt have followed the yellow dog. They didnt how up at the polls laat Tuesday. Dick Edmondion is the only Re publican left in Egypt, and be would join the People's Party if he had long to live. Ohio is still a doubtful btate and both parties are claiming it Until the official count is made it cannot be learned which party has won. The country is all right it isn't going to the dogs. Republican policy bas made it so rich and powerful and prosperous that neither tour years nor eight yean can turn its progress backward. Tarns Extra braal.ra. The delight...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 November 1892

XXXHi JSliM.JJiXA. , tomo' daiuuuax MOBKIKa, " Ppii tfimre. . BLH HDAMSi t-.Z'iSnt V.JLoweI!' 189li Whitman, 1892; TgLpS'" George W. Curtis, 18925 AVhitlier, T AL j j vw mug N. xuMKmcOm feMk A WMk. . ...7 ....51....C..... Mbuitaui ..::::" 1 00 .no imuaimiHiM C J-.! ..'... s.oa PBtiUtcoJBn,tliTiBirtl..... km ....i.. too i-" '. - eue yew.. nooJnatn, thn month. ......... s. .! '-II monUn svao Li " ' " year... so to nranui SI 00 tS . - ll .. oo i fcl-. y , go r V" """" m.w jwt imn earn iniertion. ttj"3,i1 "J wxloe! a editorial paj. aica.U xsao razrcn. jotthjgs. e. tCdtaorandntas Mads in tha He- porter's Wandarings. MOXDAY. The total vote polled In this county November etlV, 1892, was 4785. . -rlf the hog law is enforced in this citv there are tomn twa-lpo-ed hn 1 ' --- to" that will be deprived ot their libcily . To the victors belong the spoils, .but it looks bad for tbeDcmocrals to be fighting over the little post offices. The cars for our street railway re nicely paiuted and all. 're...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 November 1892

DAVID C. COOK. The rtooeer rabllsher of (Sunday ReheoJ Literature David C.Cook, of Chicago, the widely known publisher of Sunday-school lit eratnre, was born in East Worcester. New York, in 1850, a son of E. S. Cook, Methodist minis ter, and from a child a member of the church and Sunday- f lyrj working in the Sun- f AS day-school in Chi- I cago at the age of ste seventeen, teaching atawaaBBS'' in bia nwn 4)ineci David c. cook, school and at the same time in one, and mnch of the time two, mission schools meeting at differ ent hours. In 1871, after the great fire, he left home and wi th three other young men, whom he persuaded to join him, rented rooms in one of the poorest and rough est parts of the burnt district of North Chicago, and gave himself to relief and mission work. Here he started "Ev erybody's Mission," in a German beer hall and theater, afterwards removed to a building of its own. This mission, with an attendance pf S50 to 450, made up of some of the worst elements, he ...

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 November 1892

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT. 8 BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1892. VOL. XVII. NO. 25. I. ft INGKLMAKg. ATTORNEY AT LAW CITY RECORDER OSce at Mora en Harmony Sinn. BAPS CIRAROEAU. . MO. & S. HARRIS, Physician and Surgeon One. 1b tear of Trlckrr's Drug Slow, mai at Independence and Spanish Streets. Cap. Girardeau. trspecial etvenciou ftnm M "'wi u tcuci oi t cm 111. -I H. A. ASTHOLZ, ttemutj nuiidingand Ljnn Aesaotstfna. NOTARY PUBLIC. r?rreary fcoatasa.trrn Mtrlot Agrlcnl aral Sooioq-. Oifto. Court bouM. )M.M. lto Your Insurance Business In company whose record Id til. p.nito. TuanoMv (or the future, lnaur In the HOttE. OF KEW YORK. LEO DOYLH, Agent, Ko e Notts Mala Street, Cap Ob-arces. N. WICHTERICn, Caps Girardeau, Ma Agent for the following Reliable Companies : Franklin Mutual, of St. Lout.. Citicen." Jneuranoe Oompany, St. Lorj'B. Spr.nnneM Insurance Company, Spring- Mid. MUSS. Thro arc thrw of tbe b taod most raliftM Ofliini la U...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 November 1892

THE DEMOCRAT JHE j'EOPLE'S AFER Oficial Omul the Yai-Piisrs- CAPE GIRARDEAU... ..w-JtO. 8ATURDA Y.NOVEMBER 26, 1892. When William Ilenry Harrison, the grandfather of Benjamin, ran for President in 1836 he received 41,281 votes in Indiana. Hi grandson re ceded in the Mine Slate in 1888 269, 361. The Democracy it just now in (he awkward position of a party which, having solemnly declared protection unconstitutional, it yet too cowardly to come oat frankly in favor of free trade. Friends of Mr. Clevelaud predict that the new Cabinet will be a brainy one, and there' is oue line old gentle' man in Indiana who earnestly hopes that it may contain a plentiful tU- lowanee oi Gray matter. Cleveland gives notice to the Demo - cratic spoilsmen that their greed for office will avail them nothing. The men who push their claims before be is inaugurated will be given back seats. Tl, rinmnmli of Knnfhnast Mis- souri want the Democrats of Cape Girardeau county to understand that m th victim lwlntiff ...

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. — 26 November 1892

T , - - THE democrat ;i rramiiuttv . -.,. i. .! SYEBY SATOItDiiY MOBJSpq BEN HjADAMS, j M Inoariablg in Advance. tn Inefc om week I.m uut uwa one moaita ...,.,... three months "a .."" Duaqusrter colons", Oiiwr"iiiWti!i"';; V. . ttui ... - one Tear . v OsbKepIn!aa, throe montta..";.. o.w year.. .-.......... tu oolmju. time araiW ...... I" 4.U t.OIl s.oo M.iw K 00 8S.U0 B.OC SS.Ol M.00 on so no 1 aixmotltlu. i " wen inmioo. 5-KMdlujc pouew o.i editorial pae Ceata XaBAD PENCIG JOTTIHG3. Kdmorandniaa Had 8 in tfca Bp- . porter's Wanderings HONDA V. Farmer are holding their com at torty cents per bushel. Daues & Co. have compacted a new cistern near the Ladies Cottage on the Fair Groands. Mrs. Cora . Joyce, nee Adams, arrived in the city to-day ot a visit to her parents. The Board of Director tt the Fair Association met last Saturday and allowt' some bills that were presented. Pete Carroll is putting the nuif.h- fug coat of plastering ou t!iS rooms in the Sturdivant Bank biiildiug. O...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 November 1892

EARLY AMERICAN CATTLE. GrnmHl ol lha Tradf la Unvlnr. In th frw World. The first rattle that were hronsht in to the American colonies were landed at the James River plantation, in Vir ginia, in the year 1007. They came from the West Indies anil were the de scendants of the est tic taken to those islands by Columbus on his second voy age, in the year J 493. In 1601 several cows were landed and again in 16U about one hundred head more were brought to the plantation. This, there fore, was the genesis of the cattle busi ness in America. In order to encour age the industry to the fullest possible extent an order was passed forbidding the slaughter of any animal of the bo vine kind nnder penalty of death. Un der this restriction the number of cat tle increased to thirty thousand in irginia alone before the end of the year I01B. The first cattle brought into the Xew England colo nies arrived at Plymouth in 1.24, and were imported from England by Gov. Winslow. Three heifers and a bull made ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 December 1892

v 1 -.. CAPE GIRARDEAU HEX If. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1892: VOL. XVII.-NO.-2a . -T : THE DEMOGRAT. a mtmam. IK. IMGBLMAS. ATTORNEY AT LAW CITY RECORDER OlBce at store oa Harmony Street, OAPK GIRARDEAU. - ug, 8. & HARRIS. Physician and Surgeon Oftee la lear of Trtckey't Drof Store, mm M Independence and Spanish Slreeta. Cap Girardeau. rVSpecm attention ftrea N burner and D.teaaea of Females. H. A. ASTHOLZ. ascietaij Bulldlnf and Lean astscltflsn. NOTARY PUBLIC. Secretary Boutn.a4ern Dfnriot Aerie. era! Boorety. Omoe, Court-boas. Do Tour Insurance Business In a cemptny wnoss record In tho rv-.ah)i fuarante for the future, Insure In,-, noME. of trm york. f-EfV DO TLB, Agoot, No IB Norsk tfaln RiMarf fl. A..wa.u N. WICHTERICH, Oap Girardeau, - Mo. Agent for the r.'lowuuf Reiiabte Companies : VraokliB Mutual, of St Lout. Citizen. InnuranM Onmnin t Tvana pr.nicnoU insur&oca Comtaj, Spriiig- Tlicse are three of the bsta&4 I Comtauk i t...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 December 1892

7 El L t i 3 t i 3 if V THE DEMOCRAT ye J'eople's Aper Ofiicial Organ or the Tax-Pays CAM GIRARDEAU. MO. SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 189V!. "Where there's will there's a ay," has been change ! to "Where there's an office there arc ten Democrats." The Democratic idea seems to de velop along the line that the tree trade platform was to get in on, not to stand on. In the war of appointment to good fat offices, both Xatioual and State, Southeast Missouri will ask for a big slice, and if that bis slice is not dUhcd out satisfactorily there will be a strike raised in the Democratic camp. Congressman Breckinridge says the pensions now received by ex aoldlers 'ought to be reduced." We respectfully submit the proposition to ex-soldiers who voted the Demo cratic ticket this year, for their con- bidera'ion. Weaver, the late candidate of the People's party, has issued an address congratulating the public upon the result of the Presidential elcctiou. This seems to be Weaver's unique way of assuring th...

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. — 3 December 1892

THE DEMOCRAT! Totl'a Tills banish biliousness. fiVKBT SATHRnTv ,mmw I. -T.he ?00DS foIk re "'ranging tor m big ball during the holidays. 5 BEN H. ADAMS. - RITPQttTni.Aw . ....... j," " tlx month..... tlmo months.. Invariably , Advance. ADEkniinra katesi pt1tiKie not . a -rh mildllionai tiuerUoii -...... pa tufa one raoota , """ . " one year. . Paeautereolnuu, lim tqtoUu - . , " tix m. .tfia .. i,... i' one vrar VIMC IMUi nui.ths., U . ; om ya On eotnmn, three pir-stii , . l.vw s.vuu 2r..iic Es.no Christmas comes on Sunday tbis year and Monday will therefore be observed as a holiday jo Capt George L. Alt, of England, nephew of CapL f-barp, accompanied bis uncle to this country- and be will probably remain here a year or two. CapL Alt is a typical Englishman. He is tall, handsome and active, and ho would be a good catch for some Goddess of Liberty. 'The Boston" grocery store, op posite the Post Oliice, is the place for 5 ' 4 ' The addition to the Lincoln q OOQQGOOOQ school i, complete...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 December 1892

if h HOME-MADE TOOTH SOAP. It Hum riexmnt Tt and Is Not Injuri ous to the Teeth. A nice tooth snip, ors sweet-smellinif f-.y . . - i . r - .r . nu ponuer, may oe recKonea among L; . iei articles n-nicn are me uougni .-. ' A rerjr well-organized woman. Hut the best tooth soaps, in the lata . - Ifnage of the little (rirl. "cost money," and many a woman has been competed to bny something less dainty than she wanted, because she could not afford to " buy the gilt-edged variety. Here is a tooth soap which may be " highly recommended. It is sweet- smelling, nicc-tustinff, and cleansing without having in its composition an . ingredient which conld possibly harm J ' the teeth. . Indeed, it is so mild that those who require a "gritty" soap must add pumice stone to the compound. For this tooth soap get of powdered tirris root a quarter of a pound, of pow- t dcred myrrh two ounces, of powdered white soap three ounces, of powdered saffron one ounce nnd of oil of lavender two drachms. Mix with o...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 10 December 1892

'- mi GAPE GIRARDEAU y ,.. ' . .--5 S; r ? - BEJl H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1892. JfOL. XVII.-NO. 27. ,.v - DEMOCRAT. . - It ' 1- n. XSGILMAEB. : : ATTORNEY AT U7 -,.i '- -: AJTT . CITY RECORDER OSoa at ators oa Harmony Strssss. OATI-CLRAROEAU. HA a& HARRIS, Physician and Surgeon OfSoa In irar of Triekrys Injf Store. im f Independenco and Spanish Streets. Oaa ("Km tSTSpeeiai euenuoa glrea as . eWrgor- ud D.aeaaes of Fsmalea. . a A. ASTHOLZ, ' stocietarr Building and to AiwjIiHw, NOTARY PUBLIC. Secretary Soutfieastern m strict ngiusnl wnr. umct. uoart-koaM. Do Your Insurance Business in s company whom reoora In too pan guarantee (or tl. future. Insure In th. IIOHE. OF M tin StrMt. Oftp GtnrdM PA. N. WICHTERICn, Caps Olrardoaa, - Ma Agent far ths following Reliable Companies: Franklin Mutual, of St Louts. Citizens' I neurano. Company, 8L Lords. spr.nnell Insuraacs Company, Sprlng- Thes are three of tb Poet and I Btomuaulrg In tho country...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 10 December 1892

si' - EOPLE'S jPXPER "OSiaal Crgat of the fai-rPayer OATH GIKAUDEA.TJ..;.. MO. BATURDA Y.DECEMBER 10, 189A . ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR enr COLLECTOR We art antlwmi to announce A a eacdMatc for City Collector, at the elrt- tin tvtoC fcetd1 'ftapQeMa'feW aNaA) WM4.- - L M'e ace tbcricstl to oBoauce Cuhkt HincH, , As ft canditUto for Oty Collector at the eiectioa leoeo.bvr91st, lOt. ".' The rumor that Hon. Charles S. Fail-child ha been invited by Mr. Cleveland to resume his former position as Secretary of the Treasnry indicates that the "anti-snappers," of whom Mr. Faircliihl was chief, will have some considerable claims on the incoming administration and secure prompt recognition of them. A grand jury iu Trenton, Xow Jersey have just completed their de liberations. It recouimeud the es tablishment of a whipping post for the punishment ot wife beaters. The whipping post i-liouU he established throughout the Union, and every man who MrikcJ) his wife should be made to wince under the fiery blow...

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