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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 11 August 1894

4C- ( I I 1 i THE DEMOCRAT. 1. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRAP.DEAU. Missorni. AN IDYL OF THE OTHER HALF. Mebbe folks hog 1 it o fun Livin' on Flf Av oo. No lone errands t. b j . ua An' no wearin' u to do; But I guess they couldn' pass Xowheres near the jolly treat Me on' Mamie Kiley has Livin' down on Cherry street. Niphts in summer w"en It's hot We ko up on Mamie's root. Then old smith who knows a lot Plays wot he culls "Upra Hoof." My! His old acrorjln squeals When we stand up two by two, -An' we has our jijrs and reels Like the folks at Sherry's do. Xas' year me an' Mamie went To the country fer a week: Twus the Fresh Air Fund that sent Us "way up to Perry's creek. Good time! Why of course: You know We wus allwus bein fed They pot so much room they stow Only two folks in a bed. Thnt's the country. Hut fer us. Wall, we like our Cberry street. An" there's lots o" places truss Tho' ours ain't just allwu-t neat. There's the same blue sky down here That yer see at Murray Kill. An' t...

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. — 11 August 1894

j2? - - . r i ANNOUNCEMENTS. K.Tt.S: liunt ott-v.- SlV.isi Tow!lui ;!;ce . . r.jut' 7Thi n s!!f inv&riaMy in a-lvanc- I i: HiXi. IT CI.KUK -Vi- are aiitiiorie'I ! ant.o.'nir- A a ,-vnii'late t-r tin-otlir of Circuit !i-rk nf l.iijii- t,irar.)i-ail i-oiii ty. mlKvi-t to the -tei-i-iou l-I tin- i-.jui-Tv lil.M l!''luliiicai :n'!:iinati:i coiiven- ar.- author. l to a iiu'::;i'' -.1. K. M. !.:. A - a raii'li-iar-- torti -lii '" tin-nit I N-rk of Clip- itirar-Ii-au romitv. -lii-iti-t to tin ai'tio!i of Itit-c,i:!iiiia.i hoiiiiiiaTi;..: ,-otti,i!it;oii. n-i: i iii siv h.i:kk. vV up- atit!iorii-'l to an'ioum--VVll.i.lAM I' v v:. A a ran-li-laTc tor rc-Hertiou to tin- oilict-ol' Cleric oi ttif i -niit v Court ot ai- Irirar-li-au oneit . i-uhici-t to tin a'-!oTi ol tn-- i:iulliiah :ioiiiiuatiii.r ot,v t-nt ion KKsEi:iKl- 'Vi- a-r- aiitlmrii-il to a.i'HK-nr,- Ji i.s- M. Kahoi.. j A. a -am'i!at- for n---li--tion to tin- ortirt ol' . SlifrilT ot ' Mitt-liirnrilr-ntl rom;tv stllii-4-t to the...

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. — 11 August 1894

J. 3 : 0 In PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. informs us tn:it n :-Tv acre fif wheat II r ti hi-i-f ji'iiThiLf ;i imlitiu!! T thi-Th-y :ti-- th.- on Tl: Joseph Meyer will miw but f this year. Cooper .f on..- i-avs In- is limit- wrii wheat niiit)u' while tin- pri.-e of vi--iT remain :.-. low a- riftv ..::s ;: luishei. D;t;ii'S tV .-i-.'lii'a!-r Lav.- the brick work" on th.- .iti:liii puh'ie x'liiin! liuiliiuiir. St. Louis partii-s a! f-rlf roof on tii" ti" -w public si'hool b'iililin. same parties who jmt th,- too Stiirttiv.tnt Bank ir.iiliiiiiLr. A laryt" fore- of hands :tiv at work .Trading KivJ.-ri-k stit. That is a "ijj jb and will in.-' i-uiisiih-i-ahie money. Peter lVtts. the champion hoi; raier of Scott county, was in th- i t y a couple of days this week. Frank 'an informs n that a practical randy maker from Chicago will arrive in the city this week to see about starting a candy factory. Will H. Heiserer. candidate for Col lector of Si-ott county, trave us a call. Mr. Heiserer is the ma...

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. — 11 August 1894

1 I i ?!... lit! (04 V-'-i- U A. DIABOLICAL SCHEME To Wreck a Frisco Express Train with Dynamite. The Explosion Premie,! liy an Attack Cp on the ExpreiM Vfunir on III Car by Our of I he ians. Whom the MfHMncir Orove Off. attkxptkii expukss i:iii:ikv. St. I.H'is, Aug. 4. t risen passenger train No. which loft St. Louis at S:2.r Thursday evening, was attacked by robliors about 1 mile west of alley Park. A few minutes after leaving Val'ey I'ark the express messenger. K. I). Fer guson, passed front the forward ear to the express car in the rear, as he says. to pet some way bills, and upon return ing to the forward car a moment later, he was confronted by a man. who pranged from lehind a safe, revolver In hand. THE MKSRK.VOKR 8KI7.EII TIIK WEAPON, arhich was at that moment discharged, the ball passing through the messen ger's thumb and entering the left shoulder nea the joint. The messen ger returned the fire, both with re volver and carbine, but in the confu sion and excitement under wh...

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. — 11 August 1894

FASHION LETTER. 7W kW? tint is a -zi; jn V. ov,r e-ru ta ff,'ta t a n .1 trim med f ff'f' VA with rows of r"! i'H brilliant red Fan Whit- Drmiff for Midsummer TCmr mX Summer Resort Bo&tln? and Yacht fug CwtDmn Other Fashion Xotec Special New York Correspondence. Nothing looks more cool and com fortable these midsummer days, than the immaculate dresses of pure white. They rage at all the summer resorts, wad are worn by maiden and matron, the latter as a rule, choosing1 the sheer Tellings, Fayettas. clairettes and simi lar light wools in preference to the more youthful toilets of white crcpon. chiffon, organdie and like transparent textiles trimmed with lace, insertion and ribbon. Soft ecru batiste is an other favorite fabric this summer, and the color is often found more liecom ing than ivory or even cream white. The prettiest of these are made up over mauve, pink or golden green taffeta silk, and they are trimmed either with ecru guipure insertions on the skirt, or with a lace e...

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. — 11 August 1894

CURIOUS INDIAN BOOKS. Tart About Their Alphabet and Ilia. left. Perhaps the most remarkable small library in this country is the property of James C. Pilling', the well known ethnologist of Washing-ton. It is the largest existing collection of books in Indian languages, and of these lan guages there are no less than fifty-five in North America, north of Mexico. All of them are distinct tongues, as differ ent from one another as Chinese and English. More than half of the five hundred dia lects into which the fifty-five languages referred to are divided are preserved in books. It is believed that the first book printed on this continent was in the Indian langaage the "Xahuatl" pub lished at the City of Mexico in 1539. The first llible printed in America was in an Indian tongue the celebrated Eliot Bible. This is one of the most costly of all rare books. About forty copies of it were specially prepared, with a dedication to Charles II. One of these, in good condition, worth about 82,00...

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. — 18 August 1894

" 1 " ;- DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PllDIiStierS. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 11. ANOTHER OUTRAGE. Poor Democratic Chil dren Swindled Out otTheir Just Dues. Wayne ( ounty and Hoodie There is llif Colored Person in the - Wood Pile. The law r,uit of Wayne county against the Iron Mountain for forty thousand dollars for the benefit of the School Fund of that county has been J .. .1.11 . : . wuieu ior iweniy-iivo uoiiars. mis suit was instituted by Wayne county against the Iron Mountain Railroad Company for the recovery of forty thousand dollars because of the fail ure of the Iron Mountain Railroad Company to build a depot at the junction of the St Louis, Cape Girar deau & Fort Smith Railroad at Wil liamsville. and the penalty for failing to do this amounted to twenty-five dolj Iars a day since April. 1X89. And al though the law is very plain that the money was due and belonged to the poor Democratic school children of Wayne county and the Lord knows...

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. — 18 August 1894

THE TAEIFF DILEMMA. The Conferees Do Not Seem to Be Abla to Get Together. Iron Ore and Coal the Stumbling Block, Chairman Wilson of the House Ways and Mean Committee Ieft-nds the President. Wariiisotox, Aiiff. 9. "The report." said Mr. Wilson, the chairman of the ways and means committee. ti-lay, "that the president had Smashed the compromise apreed upon by the con ferees on coal, sujrar and ore yester day, is an alisurd invention. There is not a word of truth in it. The presi dent has never interfered in any man ner. He has treated the matter with great delicacy. "Have you talked with the president at various stages of the situation?" "I have seen him occasionally during the past few weeks, but he has never manifested the slightest inclination to instruct the conferees as to their duty. As I say, he has shown unusual deli cacy in his reference to the matters in dispute. I have felt it only proper, bince the president is the head of the party, to acquaint him with what wp are doing,...

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. — 18 August 1894

THE FARMING WORLD. THE FARM HORSES. Why They Should Have the Best; of t'ro at All Seasons. How much of our success in farming is due to the long suffering labors of our patient farm horses. Hence, it is of primary importance that we handle and care for them in the wisest man ner, both from a humane standpoint, and from a mercenary one as well, as we wish to extend their period of use fulness as long as possible, and there by get as much work out of them as can be obtained. With good feed, regularly supplied, horses will stand steady work through the entire day and yet keep in good condition, pro viding they are not worried by a sense less, thoughtless driver. In the first place the farm horses should have comfortable commodious stables that are cool, airy and well ventilated. Close, narrow stalls are an abomination. Every hard-working horse should at least be allowed a gooi wide box stall in which he can stretch out his legs, and rest in comfort. Of course comfortable bedding should...

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. — 18 August 1894

1 AnrornrcsazBTs. Oto In payable avrsrJanlv la ros cixccit ct.wk, We an C T Asa cMMlrtifct the Cape award sea e tv , Bf taeeeanty 'M Mif WiMMttaMtoiwaa J. F. McLais. litciMltei fortke eeV of Oreait Clerk of Cap Girardraa eoanty, sekjrct te the action ef UP flMMH I1HWH BSBVBBTIOB. FOB COVBTT CLEBK. We w istBarlaia to lessen i Wouu Paae, As a candidate for re-efcctiee to the oflfceef Clark ef tee Ceaatv Ceart ef Cape eirardeea onMj, eaajeet te ut aeuee ai ue Kepaaucae roBSHXBtrr Wa are eatkeriied la aaaacaca Jcmoh If . Bstdoi,. A a candidate te re-eleetiea to the aOee of SearuTofCapeenvrdeaaceeaty.SBbject to tha aeuee at tae nepenocaa aarainanaa; tie. FOB COIXBCTOB Wa an aatboriied to anaeeaee Fans Iraraa, As a seedM at tor Te-etoettoa to tkc of Callartor af Caae 6inrdeaa eesaty eabjeet f ua aeuaa af tee xeeaaucaa roinuBcia. Wa an aatboriied to laaaaar Faawaicr Im, 8a., Aa a raaaidata far re whctloe to the eatoe af TTisasm af Case Grrardeaa eaeaty, eabjec te tae ecoea af toe nepasueaa...

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. — 18 August 1894

... pm4nal and nrnint. The drouth continues and the corn la the fields it burning- up for the want of rain. If it does not rain in a lew .days the cprn crop will be almost a foul failure in many sections of the country, and this section will be one of the many. - F. A. Kage's well is furnishing . water to more people than any other well in the city. It is the deepest well in the city and there is no danger of it going dry. Gus Kopper is now at home and we are pleased to state that he is still im proving. Dumpsey Kage, who was married in St. Louis August 6, 1994, is in the city with his wife visiting relatives, Dumpsey is a young man to be a mar ried man and his wife is a fair young lady of St. Louis. We predict for Dumpsey a bright future for he is a bright young man and steady in what ever he undertakes. The young couple are registered at the St Charles. Don't send your printing off to the big city office. We are prepared to do as good work as any big city office can do, and we wil...

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. — 18 August 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, rnblUhcr. CAPE GIRARDEAU, - MISSOURI. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From Alt Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Secular Session. On the th the bill for restricting Immigra tion and for the deportation of anarchists was passed in the senate. A resolution affirming that taxes can only be rightfully Imposed to raise revenue for support of the government was offered by Senator Mills In the house Mr. Richards (O.) Introduced a bill providing that every session of the legislative body of the national congress shall be open to the pub lic. A short session In the United States senate was held on the 7th. the most Important event being tte passage of a resolution direct ing the president to take steps for the release of American citizens confined In the island of Cuba for participation in the recent rebelions. In the house a report was made from the Judiciary committee against the admission of Japanese to citizenship. In the senate on the 8th a bill was introduced ...

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. — 18 August 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURL WHEN LINNIE CAME HOME. fhe day when Llnnle came borne, came home. , -me dims in the tree-tops knew. And the blossoms sweet fell down at her feet At a glance from her eyes of blue: And the birds sang sweet: "She has come once morel" And the roses kissed her At the door. Tftf day when Llnnle came home, came home, The sun beamed bright that day; The bees made sweeter the honeycomb. And the lilies leaned In her way. And the south wind sang: "She has come once more:" And the sunshine kissed her At the door: The day when Llnnie came home, came home. The hitrh and splendid skies That smiling bent where her footsteps went Were nearly as blue as her eyes: And the birds sang sweet: "She has come once more!1 And my glad heart met her At the door: -Prank L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution. 'OIX' to the fair, Hill?" "Xo." Bill shook his head. "Costs too much. Yon?" ' 'Ik "Xo. That's the trouble with me too. Twenty-five cent to get...

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. — 18 August 1894

ON UN AND MDCHNO. Avatar? fJJMeAtaapW leaT Anaon the ny MIm of tha kotMM- wlfe there la one wfcieh is abaoioUly erleotcd. Bc4ateada aad tbeir fnml tnn rarely r4vll the atteiiUqp re TprlrH fnr Imnrfaif narrn trt perfect loMilineM. IaT iwaboiwe "bodf ar ttiacH7 lelt to be Mkgded IBftNlMHUttoul "prfnc deutair of ICpwftateken mm that, as the nuat tj anm are tnrtafd, the bed elothes re- .avd every JSay, etc, there 1s hardly ajy MMibillty for the accmnnUtioB jgl soeh ah amonht of Urt and dnat as ' ssif nt be WDcotDTortable or injurious. - The qwery has been made, Is this spring cleaning' inevitable? Is it neces sary to make a whole household m etched and uncomfortable by con de rising- into one or two weeks the cleanings and scrubbing which would be far more satisfactory and effectual if carried out in an imperceptible man ner week by week, or month by month, as occasion requires? The iron bedstead has advantages over the older wooden one; but both can be kept in perfect order with a mini...

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. — 25 August 1894

- . r- - r DEMOGRAT PRINTING CO., PliQlisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 12 ALWAYS FOR BOODLE.!: The Biggest Thing of the Kind in Southeast Missouri. It Has Affliliattons In iioth Parties. Kut is Principally Democratic It Huns With the Iron Mountain Kallroad. "lie The shameful swindle bv which scliool cmluren of u ayne county we.v defrauded out of nearly SJ.sWO at tne last term of the Circuit Court, b tne so-called compromise made by Iron Mountain Railroad, with county attorney and his assistant ne : v P. Settle, and which was entered on record by a complacent Circuit Judge, has aroused a stoini of indignation in Wayne county. The action of Sheets i was no doubt in:ieneed by --ways that ' are dark." We understand lh;.t he: said that he was going to move back ' i to Xorth Carolina and "nefoiv he went I he was going to try the .us- and make some money out of it. . He did T ti-f ?ht cae nn.l mio.-ti.-m n -i-A- tne question now is. did he make son...

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. — 25 August 1894

2HSSOU2U REPUBLICANS. They Meet at Excelsior Springs and Nominate a Ticket. Platform Declares for Protection, Eaforcenteat of Immigration Law and the Consistent Coinage of Silver. The Ticket. -Jadge Supreme Court William M. Robertson, or Webb City. Superintendent Public Schools J. R. Kirk, of Westport. .Railroad Commissioner Joseph Florr. of St. Louis. 'There was a great crowd at Excel- &&oc Springs on the 15th. when the re- pnbliean state convention convened. 'The convention did not meet until 12 o'clock, although the hall, which seats 1,500, was packed at 9:30. Chairman Buthwell of the state central com mittee called the convention to order, -and made a brief address, reviewing the prospects of the party in general and the political outlook in Missouri in particular. When Chauncey I. Filley, Maj. Warner and Mayor Webster Davis of Kansas City entered the hall they were warmly received. At the conclusion of his remarks Mr. Itothwell introduced Maj. Warner as temporary chairm...

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. — 25 August 1894

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Use old matting tinder carpet. Baked CnsU..M: One and one-half pints of milk, yolks of ten eggs, one cnplal of sugar, a little salt and nut meg. N. Y. Observer. After the juice has been squeezed from lemons the peel can be used for mbting brass. Dip them in common salt, rub the brass thoroughly, th-n Drusn with dry bath brick. Very little, if anv, water should oe crunx at meal time, but if one feels the need of some liquid, let him take a cup of tea or coffee, as heat aids digestion, while cold retards it. lo restore gilding to picture irames, etc., remove all rust with small brush, and wash the gilding in warm water, in which an onion has been boiled; dry quickly with soft rags. Kiicnen mineral soap or pumice stone may be used freely on all dishes. It will remove stains from white- handled knives, the brown substat.ee that adheres to earthen or tin baking dishes, and the soot which collects on pans and kettles used over a wood or Uerosene fire.- Toilet waters ...

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. — 25 August 1894

r- - -V" v. i. ! ANNOUNCEMENTS. BATES; County Office WO.OO . Township Office K.00 53-Tbe fee payable invariably In advance. for circuit clerk. We are authorized to announce C. F. Barnes, As a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Cape Girardeau connty, subject to toe decision of the county Republican nominating conven tion. We are authorized to announce J. F. McLaix, As a candidate fortlie office o' Cirruit Clerk of Cape (Hrardi-au county, subject to the action of me &epuuiicau uoiuiuuimg wutruuuti. FOR COirSTT CLERK. We are authorized to aunounce William Paak, As a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk ol'tlie Connty Conrt 01 Lapp tjirarneau county, subji'Ct to inc action 01 ine iwimuutou nominating convention. FOB SHERIFF We are authorized to annocnce Jrnsos M. RUndoi., As a candidate for re-election to the office of Mierifl'ol'Cai (Jirardeau county, subject to me notion of the Republican nominating conven tion. FOR COLLECTOR We are authorized lo announce Pkt...

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. — 25 August 1894

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. We are to have a base ball park in the southwest part of the city. The ground will be graded and the first game played next Sunday, though the grand stand and the fencing of the park will not be completed for several weeks yet. Our millers are paying1 forty-four cents for wheat now. The present term of the Circuit Court will not last over into next week. The docket is a very small one. The Water Works Company is now working a large force of hands and the work is progressing rapidly. Mr. Houck says he expects to have his Perryville road completed by the loth of September. New home grown oats are selling at thirty cents per bushel in this market. We understand that Robert G. Ran ney is going to move out on his farm in the near future. Are we to have any attractions in the city for Fair week? If we are seems to us that it is time for us to begin to talk them up. Jackson will have a big crowd of people to feed on the first day of Sep tember. The Republicans will ...

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. — 25 August 1894

11 y it i i THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIEAEDEAU, MISSOCM. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Regular Session. Ik the senate on the 13th no business of Im portance was transacted beyond the confirma tion, in executive session, of the Chinese treaty. the rote standing 47 to 50 At a caucus of democrats of the house members, shortly be fore convening, a resolution was offered by Speaker Crisp, which was carried, advising the recession from the disagreement to the senate's amendments to the Wilson bill, the passing of the amended bill, and the introduction of sep arate bills making coal. Iron, sugar and barbed wire free of all duties. When the house con vened in regular session the resolution was carried by a vote of 130 to 21. At a session held in the evening It passed separate bills for f res sugar, iron, coal and barbed wire. A message was received in the senate on the 4th from the house Informing the senate that the bouse had p...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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