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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 6 October 1894

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Peach Cream: Six pints of fruit ix of cream and three of sugar. Cul the fruit up, sprinkle with the sup-ar, nd let it stand for an hour or two, then mix with the cream and freeze Good Housekeeping. Turnips should always be pared, and boiled from forty minutes to one hour. Season with butter, pepper and salt and mash fine, or, what is far bet ter, put them through a vegetable masher. v Blackberry Jam: Take four pounds of fruit, pat into a kettle with two pounds of good coarse sugar, and set over a slow fire, gently boiling it for one hour, occasionally stirring it to prevent burning. When done put in jars and seal. American Farmer. - " Beets. potatoes and such vegetables as do not require to be pared should be scrubbed with a small vegetable brush, which will quickly remove the dirt without breaking the skin. Cabbage, cauliflower, spinach and such vege tables as vermin often frequent, should be carefully examined, and washed in salt aud water. Crisp Cookies: One...

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. — 6 October 1894

REPUBLICAN 8TATE TICKET. Tar Supreme Jadge, V. M. B0BIN80N. Tow Railroad Commissioner, J08KPH FLOET. Sspexlesdent of Public Schools, J. B. HEX. For Congress Uta District, NORMAN A. XOZLXf . REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, Representative, J. J. SAWYER. - Collector, FETES LKHNKK. ' Sheriff. J. X. BAKDOL. ProMcattnr Attorney, JOHN A. SNIDKK. Treasurer, FREDERICK KIES. Circuit Clerk, C. T. BETTEN. County Clark, WILLIAM FAAB. Probate Judge, JOSEPH KOEHLEB, Prealdrat County Court. J. T. MEDLEY. Associate Judge DUtriet So. 1. THEODORE 8ACHSE. Associate Judge District No. CHARLES B ARTELS. Common Pleaa Clerk, E. H. ENGELMANN. F. H. WELTECKE. Surveyor, J. F. McLAIN. Coroner, Da. A. D BLOMKTLR. Henry A. Astholz didn't ask the Democrats for a nomination and we doubt his making an effort to be elect ed. G. W. Bast, the Democratic nominee for Representative, is a good farmer and an honest and clever man, but he is associating with the wrong crowd to be elected to represent this county in the Legislatu...

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. — 6 October 1894

PER80NAL AND PERTINENT, j Mrs. Mecca Frey and little boy ar rived in the city Monday evening from Brenen, Texas. Dr. fluff informs us that it is a mis take about him going to move to St. Louis. He says his family will go to St. Louis for a few-months, but he will remain in the city. VV. T. Thornton, who is here getting up a city directory, is now busy num bering the houses. The numbers on the buildings gives the city quite a business appearance. Phil. A. Hafner, of the Scott County Newsboy, is here taking in the big Fair. Al Oswald has a fine display of the product of the farm and garden at the Fair. The display of corn at the Fair does not look like we have had a poor sea son for corn raising. Only a few more days until the big Ringling show. The water -works aro progressing rapidly. Fair wt-k has caused no delay to them. Charley lywis is painting the roof of Mr. Houck's houses on Main and Independence streets. - Otto Frederick is making prepara tions to have a nerr sidewalk put do...

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. — 6 October 1894

TJIE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS,' Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOCEI. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts., DOMESTIC. y )' Jim Aixen, a f nil-blooded Choctaw Indian, was shot ,for murder at the Pushmahata court grounds in Indian territory. Geobge Hamlin, an employe in , the salt works at Lyons. Kan., was buried beneath a great quantity of fine salt and smothered before he could be res cued. Charles F. Wilson will be electro cuted at the Auburn (X. Y,) state prison during1 the - week beginning November 6 for participation in the murder of Detective James Harvev. At Harrisburg, Pa., Judge McPher son ruled that raffles were gambling and illegal. The Western league baseball season closed, Sioux City securing the pen nant. The clubs stood as follows: Sioux City, .587 per cent.; Toledo, .553; Kansas City, .540; Minneapolis, .500; Grand Rapids. .492; Indianapolis. .472; Detroit, .448; Milwaukee, .398. Louis Yocno arrived at Tacoma, Wash., having ridden on a bicycle from P...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 6 October 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. A SECRET. iShall I be like grandmamma when I am old? Shall I wear such a queer little bonnet " 2fo feathers, no posies, but just a plain fold "With a little white edging upon it? .-Shall I sit in an easy-chair all the day long-. ' With a great ball of wool and a stocking? ."Shall I think It quite dreadful for folks to do wrong. And dirt and disorder to shocking? :hall I wear a white cap full of dear little bows, And a row of white curls on my forehead? : Shall I keep my face clean, and take care of my clothes. And never be snappish and horrid? ;Shsll I think that the Bible's the nicest of books. And remember the sermon on Sunday. .And not think how stupid the minister looks, -And wish it would only be Monday? .Just wait till I tell you what grandma once sa!d- . - I hope that you won't think me crazy. Ut happened one day when they sent me to bed For being ill-tempsred and lazy. - She came and sat by me. and patted my ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 6 October 1894

LOVE S CHAINS. .MARIAN FROEUCH. G. FROEUCH. lure my lore this way, Tea, my lore lore thi way. if; : U . I- arc b i ' J: S ! i i i ! t if i i ' - 1 s Soa-es glow - ing, Brees-es blow - ing, List -en to my heart's com - 3 plain - ing; Cn - pid 5 f P'i; iv'l1 I - T r "r J to Mi an - chain . ing. Help, dear ro aea. , , x rTr rPf r- f i I'TfSi Help me, ah, ah ah, ah! How loose from pid, pray. 5jU 3 BOILED MEATS NOT -BOILED. Brat Coolu Quickly "Set" the Surface and Then Onlr Simmer. BoiUngr is a branch of culinary art that is understood by comparatively few cooks, although it is generally supposed to be the most simple form of cookery known. Actual boiling as applied to meats very rarely occurs, excepting for a few minutes at a time, and then at the beginning- of cooking. When these few minutes are over, the aim of the experi enced cook is to keep meats that are to be boiled from boiling, and to let them simmer pntil done, for as surely as the meat boils it wilL be spoilt. A good rule for...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

DEMOCRAT PRINTING 60., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 19 REPUBLIC AH IJEETING Mozley at the Cou rt H ouse in this City. B. B. Davis and Hon. Alexander Boss Score the Democrata The County Campaign Opened by the Re publicans. ' The Republicans opened the county campaign with a meeting at the court bouse in this city Tuesday night The meeting was not as largely attended as it would have been had it been held a few days later. The people had been attending the Fair and the big show and they were worn out and many who would liked to have turned out re mained at home and turned into their beds for rest Hon. Norman A. Mozley, Republi can candidate for Congress, addressed the meetring. His speech convinced the audience at the beginning that they were listening to an educated and pol ished gentleman. He pointed out briefly the acts, the mismanagement and the unpardonable blunders of Democratic law makers, and showed by their own declarations th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

THE1 DEMOCEAT. B. H. ADAJIg, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOUEL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC . Fearing burglars Wesley Adaroson, a Brazil (Ind.) farmer, secreted $200 in a stove. His wife started a fire and the money was burned. The government receipts during the first three months of the current fiscal year were 897,848,174, and the expendi tures were $98,628,237. The house of B. B. Pierce atWilmot, Wis., was burned, and his three sons and a daughter of John Frank per ished in the flames. The First national bank of Fayette ville, N. Y., closed its doors. At Dorchester. Neb.. Joseph Krob shot and killed Lizzie Brabeck and then killed himself. He asked her to marry him and she refused. Two passenger trains collided at a crossing at Sunbury, Pa., and all the passengers were shaken up and ten severely injured. Some thirty substantial buildings a Wichita, Kan., besides innumerable barns and outhouses, were demolished or injured in a greater or l...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

XHE DEMOCRAT, i B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. . CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOUEL FISHERMAN JIM'S KIDS. Tlshermsn Jim lived on the hill With his bonnle wife an' his little boyat Twiiz Blow, ye winds, as blow ye will Naught we reck ol your cold and noise!" For happy and warm were he an' his. And he dandled his kids upon his knee To the song ot the sea. Tlsnerman Jim would sail all day. But when come night upon the sand Bis little kids ran from their play, Callln' to him an' warln' their hands: Though the wind was fresh and the I was high. "He'd hear 'em you bet above the roar Of the waves on the shore: Once Fisherman Jim sailed into the bay As the sun went down In a cloudy sky. And never a kid saw he at play. And he listened In Tain for the welcoming cry: In his little house he learned It all. And be clinched his hands and he bowed his head "The fever:" they said. Twuz a pitiful time for Fisherman Jim With them darlin's a-dyin' afore his eyes, A -st retch in' their wee hands out to him An' a-brcaki...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

REPUBLICAN STATK TICKKT. For Sapraaa Jadge, W. M. KOBIKSON. , ' For Railroad CommlMtoawy JOSKPH FLOBX. . Snpertendent of Pabrte BehOoU, J. B. KIKK. . For Congress 14 District, NOKMA3T A. JMOTLKf . , REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. ' Representative, J.J. SAWTEK. Collect, ' PETES LEHHKE. , 'Sheriff, i. M. RANDOL. Prosecuting Attorney, JOHN A. 8NIDKB. Treasurer, FREDERICK KIE8. CtTcnit Clerk, . -C. T. BETTEN. t County Clerk, WILLIAM PAAB. ' Probate Judge, ' . JOSEPH KOEHLER, President Connty Court, J. F . MEDLEY. Associate Jndge District No. 1 THEODORE, 8ACB6E. Associate Judge District Ho. t. ' CHARLES B ARTELS. Common Plea Clark, E. H. ENGELMASN. "i . . Aasesaor, ' tf. H,WELTECKE. "- Snrveror, J. F. McLAIN" Coroneri Dk. A. D BLOMKYEB. . Henry English didn't show up at our Fair last week. ' A man who holds a county office and runs a bank has no " time to get out among the people. .'"' Che Democrats admit that they can - not elect their ticket in this county but they say they hope to elect on...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

FCRSONAL AND IHCRTINSNT. The hard times considered, the Fsir this year was a success. Sportsmen can now hare some sport shooting quaiL The season is open lor all kinds of game. Up at Devil's Island the channel in the river is so narrow and the water so shallow that steamboats find it difficult to get through. One boat aground there blocks the river so no other boat can pass. Herman Petzoldt, of Pocahontas, offers ten dollars reward for the return to him of a new set of wagon harness stolen out of a wagon at Crawford's Landing Friday night, October 5th. w.nen ten tbouaand country peo ple turn 'ut to see a circus it is evi dent that the fanners are .raising some thing besides forty cents wheat. ' A trades' parade would not draw as large a 'crowd i of people as the circus drew to-day, but a trades' parade dur ing Fair week would be' worth thou ands of dollars to the business men of this city, and it would help the Fair too. . t Frank E. Burrough is nowcomforta- ably located atahis coun...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

OMR WENDELL EOLM Sudden Demise of the Famous Poet and Essayist in Boston. He Had Been la Feeble Health for a Lonft Time, and Sarcarabed at I -Hit to an Asthmatic Difficulty Clo graphlcal Sketch. Boston, Oct. 7. Oliver Wendell Holmes, famous as a poet and author, died at his residence in Beacon street at 12:15 p. m. to-day from a complica tion of diseases. Dr. Holmes had been in feeble health for a long time, and, although an iron constitution had long baffled disease, it was at last shattered. The last hours of Dr. Holmes were passed quietly with his family by his bedside. Heart failure was the immediate cause of his death. An asthmatic diffi culty also assisted in the final breaking down of the aged "Autocrat. " Ten days ago I)r. Holmes returned to his Iteacon street residence from his sum mer home at Keveriy Farms, liefore that time slight symptoms of improve ment in his condition were noted and the removal was thought desirable. This proved very fatiguing, and the doctor did not ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

THE FARMING WORLD. CUTTER FOR ROOTS. . Although . a . Homemade Article ,16 Foa- :'.' Besses Many Good Points. Rural New Yorker thus describes a 'homemade root cutter seen in the barn of an ingenious younff .farmer: .. Two pieces of 2 by 4 asb. scantling' are nailed together in the form of an X. Two of these X"s are nsed for the frame. Cleats nailed across the bot tom hold the frame and serve for the support of the box A, which is under the cylinder to catch the cut roots. The end pieces arc V shaped and made of 3 inch plank, with a hole lor the cylinder to turn in. Inch boards, C C, are used A HOMEMADE BOOT CCTTER. to side up the hopper. The shaft is made of a turned hard wood stick and isC inches in diameter. The cutters are m:ide of heavy band iron, which is frround to an edge on one side. They are shaped like a staple, and after the ends are driven into the shaft are l't inches wide and M inches high. There are 12 cutters placed in diagonal rows, l'i inches apart and the same dis...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 13 October 1894

DAYS OF YORE. Bzcraxito. H. HEINE. G7FROEUCH? i If ; t: I tout that the noon looked Md - ly down. Aad the "X f If Pi f f BJ it - n M trail - - lag hem of her govs. 1 1 I I I I I r r- 1:1 4r! i - ?' I 'I tan with a troub - led ray; I went to my sweetheart's home, The town lie ma-ny a league a- PHI t5a 49- 3 My S8 ioag -ing led me be -fore her door. I kissed, I kissed the stone-steps ' brown. That her feet had touched in the days of yore. And the Copyiicht, ilet, by The Hew York Musical Record CaT The 4 night aa long, The - night was cold, Ice eld did the stone steps seem; ' if ihe wto-dow. beowa wan face bhold, D- lamed moons pale beam, n - lnmed by the moons pale beam. ji 13 J J iff a'B" kn sf Tare . WOODY'S PHOTO GALLERY. Between 8t, Charles Hotel and Court House. fl KMs of UorK S&eap, Pictures copied and enlarged from any kind of picture. Proofs shown and perfect picture guaranteed, aep EDW. S. LILLY Dea'ers In HAEDWAEE, Iron and Steel, ApoM Mm ft. Etc Agent of the HAZARD POWD...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

V r v ffh A -,h-f a -aa - -- a-;:?h C ' ' . I 'hi k- ' DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., PuDHsHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 20 i h:a A. - - IT KERFLUMiXED. AN EDITOR SLAPPED! A BIG PANTHER MARRIED A COUHT. :HE ASKED pESTIOSSj THE POPULISTS. '-. -" 1 "AayVi. . ,-?. -ye -a.'- " ill - -3 . N.I 2 if; ; 5 I A Jackson Store in the Hands cf Creditors. The ('liieatjo ItuvKaJii store's lioon C losed by tin: sheriil Atiii.chiueiif.rf A mounting to Several Tlious unii Dollars Levied on the Store. T!ki irivat CMvajro Bargain Stove at Jackson has been . oi-i-J hy ct .U- toi'rf aad :taeln....t.- auionitii?;,- soveral Ti:in;r-.!.uu ihdkirs vera leva d on tin.- sto'v. Tb. riviitoi'n :iu:ii- onj tl;v; amount, of the dak us I'an.tc !i'o;:j cihi'tv dollars ti- : t'ioi!.-i:s nil. 71f.- CiiU';;;,;) iicrtin s-,tn. v.a.-i :; fe'i-.'Ul inti'Uii,!!. It ilia ijL' -i: -.s Xh: liuik'.- i'i" hifilk !i!;iH, ;.!:( ll b.iM oT i- iU!-.-e. ir -i.iiii moiv :'.; f!;: ;:-y ,;.!!. ni-oiis...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

THE DEMOCKAT. B. n. ADAMS, PoblUher. CArE GIRARDEAU. MISSOCRL Tins United States steamer Mohican arrived at San Francisco, on the 8th, from Behring sea. Buffalo County national bank of Kearney, Neb., failed to open its doors on the 12th. The officers refused to make a statement. Twentt-six of the nest of thirty boilers at the Henry Claycolliery. Sha mokin, Pa., blew up, on the 11th, and three men were reported killed. A dispatch received from Shanghai, on the 8th, says a rebellion had broken out at Jehol, the seat of a celebrated imperial palace, 120 miles from Pekin. On the 10th a detachment of Japan ese cavalry and infantry made an at tack upon and routed a force of 2,000 Chinese at Wei-Ju and captured the place. Failures in the United States dur ing the week ended the 12th were 231, against 293 for the corresponding week of last year, and 43 in Canada, against 42 last year. Hemsy, Earl Grey, K. G.. G. C. M. G., died in London on the 9th. He was born in 1802 and succeeded to the p...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CArE GIRARDEAU, MISSOCRL LOVE'S PK0BLE3I. -How It Was Settled for Richard and Marina. "Mr. Walton." "Madam." lore?" "Atwu,t w. vi,k... " - aac uza ikinVirnf,!,,. "Not vet." Then thev both burst into laughter: for the young man, as he made that reference to proposing, shifted his po- sition away from his companion with an air of alarm; the result being that the little table on which he was seated toppled over, and he unexpectedly found a seat on the grass instead. "Miss Mulgrove," said he, when their mirth had subsided, and he was beginning to gather up the materials out of which he had been constructing a toy yacht for her small brother, "you observe that chance has supplied an appropriate answer: the very men tion of love upsets me." "But it has brought you to your knees as welL" "I beg your pardon; it is duty that has brought me to my knees, not love. I have promised Tommy that h is boat shall be finished this morning, and now I can't find the...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

.al.aara.a- : - a Mi'V ' ' - '- P. '..'' ;rb:W- f -a".'. . b - . ., l REPUBLICAN 'STATE TICKET. Fur Supremo Jail);!, vr. x. uor.ixsox. f'nr It':!roi.t Commissioner, JOSKI'U VUUIY. :i; !! if :! r 1'ttlillc Schools, .: !:. Kins. The fighting- editor of the Scott County Newsboy novr occupied a back seat. t Lif; lis?. B5 President Cleveland preserves si lence, but his letters to Wilson and Catching are making plenty of noise. :H " - i: -WILL HEAD FOR THE : .-- t... !;th Oistrirt, ;; A. MO.'.l.KY. COUNTY TICKET. K: : v.a.-: .stive, .!. ,l. s.V-i Y5:it. t .''i! error. A few sixteches from Col. Harper in this county and there wouldn't 1x3 a yreasy spot left of the Democratic party. : rf -- i j i'.-T!KK-,M).ie frk-ti'.s ;ir.? not .1) i i s j ? of f8 i' -f.l:: ?.-:-.t -.'.n'vv.-:- !.r i i !. M ItANOO!.. rr--cpi.it.;: -V. t urn vv , -: s . sxioku. .... T-.viu Tft, FnE3KUCX KISS. ;r..-i:xtm$. ' i.ou-.lr Utrk, vrjj.i.s.w. i:n. .j.wi.vi! :;oKui.r:n, .rr.aiili-at C.im.ty Court, .i. v ii t::)Li:r....

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

wh" (1 PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. Capi. Ed Gray ixiforais us thai b. fciw a htmtinoritutchtna that for w-ottuiay t . beats Rnvtiiiiii vet invent.!. ' i (.rave yard lot sal! ia..-. ...a.! 'h but wv h!ar of no oths-r it .til ehaujrins Land . UtaUiUiin f'-.cuiJiili.':' -.-ho i.a:. tit eotiu'y are !' -.vUntri! v.li'.: U. : oatio.ik to." a !;. i-J.-'pubiha' at.' t.i.- Ah'.aaub--;' clcctum. I' .V v there . : (. uO.iht ilboit .1 j t .lit": : i h l-i-.-j . a a. S.av A'.aiitt.a i''".': a h; ih . ly !.,::- -.a' - - .':.. . . o:a cat '.: t !" i ia ; a- it a. S: :., i t!:.-c.i::y iatv.- vh !:".l Datt.lito.vn. h:r .aia- thai tii-.vn :a ai' : "a. ;a'i :n ta h;a:-:i'i ; 1 i:n o . r V- -t :.. i. vi O.tki -IX. i J . : lY.-r-.i Utyy ::::tn i:-fir.!.s j 1 .,- i -; .'' iti ',,,ri tiirt; 1 u:: ' ' .V !)h- :-U vy. " t-aM.'ht ora.- -f ;.(! ., :' r.,a- ..a ".v-mo- i . Ji'.;t:.'S iij la'.. '''."iilv. as t at' h" ha ia th hi- : vu ! ' ;,: - j;rov'ff ,t siiicn ,t ilV" ii ho nt soviri; w i"h . v.l,f-,tt this . ;:...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

SHERMAN ON FINANCE. The Ohio Senator Says It is "Idle To Talk of More Money." He Would Preserre the Void Standard and Keep All Other Currency a; Far wlch iold by I'sinff a Gold Reserve In Be. drmption aa Far aa Necessary. Akron, O., Oct. 12. Senator John Sherman spoke on political issues of the present campaign here to-day, opening the Ohio campaign. He said: Fellow Citizen The most Important fea turc of this political campaign is the election of members of the house of representatives of the United States. You may think that what happens in congress at Washington is too re mote to atTect your interests. In this you are greatly mistaken. The action of congress in levying taxes for the support of the national government, and in providing money, whether coin or paper money, as the measure of value. Affects directly every inhabitant of the United States, whether poor or rich, whatever may be his employment, whether a laborer, a farmer, a capitalist or a business man. Everyone, whether ...

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