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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

-V" ' V - DUN'S COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Bvslneas still Waiting the Retail Trad, the Ltovrlopmrat f WhkhliMow-Uri Imports aad Small Kx porta, with 1'awl . bUitles at Gold Exports Want of Faith la Oaverament Crop Reports Very Coo f using. New York, Oct 13. R. G. Dun & Co. ' weekly review of trade issued to day says: Business is still waiting1 for the de re opment of retail trade There is a little better demand in some indus tries, but not so great in others. Wholesale dealers in nearly all branches are halting because retail business does not yet show distinctly what it is to lie. Lower prices Tor the great farm staples and lower wages in Mine establishments hinder pur chases for consumption, while po litical interest and uncertainty also have some retarding influence. Mean while large imports and small exports of merchandise, with inadequate em ployment of money here, are raising the rates of foreign exchange so that possibilities of gold exports somewhat affect the stock market. The ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 20 October 1894

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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. — 27 October 1894

f 1 . ! -, 3 (i3., f t . 1 i ' CAPE GIRARDEAU, r.HGGOURI, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, IS; V - i "1 Thi C( j C'rr.a Re duced to A; ,hC3 And !!, Virtu Xlolnteta Boll in ! a Irf 11 of Corn, Ily L'.I CtUar I'seA turned. At about 3 ;C3 eUodt Ust TL'.r,tt.lay Bvorninj fir broke out la the nUa tig e'-&L'e aul ted fcoues up near iU Col aoi tifore anytUrg cciJ be done to tl e k tl.e fiat- all tie ad Jjisir.g bulldirgs vre oa Cm. The f&mas lit up th whole town but it wsa the cbact hour cf night and ouly a few people taw the l',;'ct from the banning b til- lag at d Ci we -a kta than twenty p&cple at tl.e score of tl fire. la Cs c.a'a 1-uii.iic.g vbiro Cw bay sail corn was store! were two in'raals it pcrUhtd In the flames. One of t o tr.L-Eiils was Father Cuddy's faith f J tug;ry nare and the other was a blooded iloUUiia bull latoly purchased I? k'b'-het Cuddy for the Col log farm. Vi'fcpn the fir was discovered the building was a mass of flames and it was lrrpolbl to get to the doors to ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 October 1894

T.HE DEMOCRAT. CAPE G1BABTJEA.U. - inSSOCUL The News Condensed Important InteHijence From AH Part DOMESTIC Tn exports of domes tie merchan dise ot the United SUta for tha last nine months amounted to $177,047,021, against t008,Wl,8T for the same time in 1S98. Ton import amounted to SS0M9,7SS. nnd for the mm time Ust yctr C63S.SS&.S71L Geomi PrrcBSOB started to estab lish new walking record from New Tork to Chicago. H expects to ranch Chicago la thirty-fir day. . Tn Tnbor Amusement company nt Denver assigned with liabilities of 373,000. Tn new isene of poatag- stamps was rapidly be Ids; disposed of, the rovem ment sending oat M,000.C0 n day. ' Ix ton recent storm on the fa If coast fifteen fishermen Lost their lives on Sand island, near Apalachlcola, Fin. William Pimwi, an escaped mad man, entered n chnrch nt York, Pa., and stampeded the congregation by firing riff lit and left. By n vote of 6 to 86 the general con ference at Greenville, I1L, of the Free Methodist chnrch decided ...

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. — 27 October 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADASS, PafclUhar. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI ; EFRUM. "VWi Efmm? FrisTf En-urn Wy. kla ony trlL ' t son kiai to 4a woodpile aWa tveatr resit ergo. TTTiareber b'I s-Libia. I hopes BS's Asia' wall. Bat be oashter stubs' dst wood book to bo witimy Too. tlat's so As' knowod him? Tom tmemti him? WsU, bit eomf ortla' to as' Somebodr s iv 'quaintad wtd bjj Barum scsrara boy: Sit kinder brings him back Into kaoa Boor oto maouny's aila'. Aa makes her tlak hs'll nm atfta to briaf ber ! bean Joy. Hs allot war a mischief, bat dar want aathta' bad Zrbont dat chile, jut ep.la w'oa Be a fit soido devilment Sato bees bald, aa'dea bed up aa auk ate mon us ssad. tntwell I'd say I'd akla blau but be nebber - cared a cant. He alius Biased snaswy. aa' he'd do jit Wa sbosay. Ceptia' poa some 'eaaSoaa he war kinder oner slow, Aa' he do jist w st sba'd waster ef aba let huu babbewsy: Bat be d oaa-htar braaf dat wood back te ha (nro. Aa' so yoa k sowed my Efram lawd brass asl Toa doaa' ...

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. — 27 October 1894

The Lead of the Iemoentlc ticket will not carry his own towmhip. Poor old George Bast. It takes all kinds of people to make a world, but this world would be better off without the ftemocrats. Tbo Democrat claim that a dollar will buy more now than it would under Harrison's Administration. Yes, it will buy more wheat and more wooL The Democrats have put lumber on the free list There is not a sufficient variety of timber in this country out of which to make planks for their platforms.' They are betting on Morton five to one in Now York, and on the Republican ticket in this county beta are offered at about the 6 a mo rate but no takers are to be found. The Jackson Cash-Book is straining itself for George Bast. Mr. Bast must be a tetotler or the editor of the Cash Book would not be making so much noise. . When the eVlitor of the Jackson Cash-Book . wants a man elected to office that man should be watched. If the editor of the Cash-Book had bis way be would have laws passed to regulate m...

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. — 27 October 1894

PERSONAL A.D PETINUNT. Edward S. Lilly i treatinz-tte front of tin hardware eors cn Ktin street to a new cott of paint. Tly?rB wm a we-dding ivt the RocSc church Ic the New York settlement bunday that took a large number of our people down there. Vie want our Jackson friend to understand that we hare a gun dub in this city that stand back for no club when it come to shooting Hve birds In thefU-ld. -the wrecker are at work on the ill-fated steamer Albert S. Willis, The boat was so badly used up that to raise her was out of the question and he will be wrecked and only the machinery will be saved. , Judge Albright, of Scott county, was In the city Monday. Judge Albright jrot tlie Democratic nomination at the primary election in Scott county a few weeks ago for Judge of the County court.- . Horse trading seems to be a paying business. Our horse traders always wear good clothes and ride fine horses. D. A. Glenn owns the fattest horse in the city and he says the animal has never had a bit...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 October 1894

DUN'S CO.Mr.'tSCIAL REVIEW. OtCm JMaw tlx. u4 Wheat B-l Tlfty riv ( nu, villi Kxpmta of Ooi lMtoi f rrortaota, Um tUltoat J'mat of tt Jtaalacaa WiutlM-With liar I'aUM twwrwnc, BwlMM Ha Hot Tt Kxpertatioaa. Nidr Yobk, Oct 2a K. O. Dun Co.'s weekly review of trade, ismed to day, says: . v Cotton, below 6 cent, and wheat be low 65 cents, each lower than ever evince present classifications were known, with export of fold instead of product at snch prices in October, are the salient feature in business this week. Distribution of goods to eon anmer goea on fairly, with gains at nearly all points in comparison with last year, but not yet at a rate to sus tain the present volume of manufac turing production, so that prices weaken a little. The domestic trade represented by railroad earnings ia S.4 per cent leas than last year, and 114 mr tmL Ihi thu In tmi m - - - - The payments through the principal clearinghouses for the third week of October are J.I per cent, greater than last year, but ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 October 1894

AGRICULTURAL HINTS. MAKiNQ HALTE3S. ctaggestiaaa That Han Bom TwM aa4, Im Fraettcabte. I have a cheap and simple ceriee for Baiters and tiea, whicb may b of eerr tee to your readers who cannot afford the twinging or other stanchloa la Ilea of a tie. In Fig-. 1 r ia J-lnch grass rope; a, a common round -ere anap; U IX-lnch iroa rlcy. Kope is cat to length for no. L collar; ao VTe-apHee" la tamed Into map and ring-, another eye-splice la the other aide of ring; at . forma the tie. To make eye-eplice, onlay atranda two inches, paaa them thrcmira the rln(f or eye of anap, and stick two atranda between the lsid-np atranda of the rope, leaving enough rope to form the eye. Draw the unlaid strsDd through. Begin with tbe third unlaid strand to splice, by sticking- it under tbe next strand to the left; then the second strand to the left over and un der. When each strand has been atnck once, they are drawn through close, and worked down smooth. (Fig. . ). It will be sufficient to repeat this a...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 October 1894

1 -fe---. ', awi:' tkU J I ATTCHf.-Y AT LAV. V' l t tu .ir in 1 re- !ia tmi t r 0 UliS u v; 0 . 4 i ! i! Democratic TicM. DfJSff . FRANCIS M. BLACK. . , For State Superintendent of Public School: WILLIAM T. CARRINGTON. For Railroad, and Warehouse Com- -J5?2f!2n?!l JObtJra. H. r lr US. fr"''&"iin AmendmenV YES. fStXntTAn'Sl .Second Constitutional Amenamenv- rvintiiitinna.l Amendment Second Constitutional Amendment- II.'. T..1.K I. rn. MARSHALL ARNOLD. HPIi lALl YHH . GEORGE W. BAST. For Clerk of the Circuit Court: HENRY R, ENGLISH. For Clerk of theCape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas: HENRY A. ASTHOLZ. "For cierkof the 'County Court:' JOHN A CRIDDLE. For Prosecutinj Attorney: JEFFERSON W. LIMBAUGH. For Presiding Judge of the County : Court: SEBASTIAN ALBERT. ........ . . GROVEsS WILLS., Forjudge' of 'tne'raty C' Bed District: HENRY C. HINTON. For Sheriff: WILLIAM a CRA CRAFT. For Collector of tiie Revenue: JAMES a CUPPARD. For County Treasurer: . HERMAN L MUELLER. For Judge of th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 November 1894

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PuDHshers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 22 OUR CANDIDATES. The Republican County; Ticket. The Men Who C ompose It Who They Are What They Have Hone and What They WI1M on- tlnue to lo. That the Republicans of Ca pe Gir - ardeau county, have a strong ticket composed of good, true, honest and honorable men all admit. The con - vention that nominated these men and put this icket in the field was one of the largest meeting of representative men ever held in the county. Every section of the county was represented in that convention and every delegate to that convention had a voice in the selection of the men whose names ao- pear on the Republican ticket. The delegates attended the convention to nominate the best men in in ? party j and thev did their thitv well and faith- : full v. John .1. .Sawyer. the m.ui who heads ' the ticket, has served the people of this county as county treasurer and as in the legislature. Ix-cn true to h...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 November 1894

i T.HE DEMOCRAT B. H. ADAMS. Publisher. CAPE GTRARDEAP. - MISSOURI. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC Thx residence of Sylvester Yeagle, Bear Carlisle, O., was struck by lighti ning and consumed and Mrs. Yeagle and two children were killed and their bodies burned to ashes. A wikdstorm at Winfleld, Kan., and the surrounding country wrecked many buildings and injured several persons. At Gueda Springs ten houses and two hotels were blown down. Strychnine was placed in the coffee at the Colusa (CaL) county hospital by a discharged Chinaman and twenty two persons were made ill, one of whom died. Habrison Surra, of Atlanta, Ga., father of eleven children, killed him' self when his wife presented him with two more. Society women of Saginaw, Mich., organized a union and will require their servant girls to be in the house at 10 p. m. Sakfobo Baldwin, of Hannibal Mo., ended an unhappy marital ex istence by killing his wife and himself. A cosferksce looking to...

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. — 3 November 1894

T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. B. ADAMS, Fnblllher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI AFTER SCHOOL. When school is rat ud tuki are dona Not faster speeds the westward sua Thro' autumn aklea than to my aids With eagerness all overtrleo. Impatiently, my little one. Tet does my longing quicker ran To meet Its own and wait upon Her safe return thro' pathways wide When school Is out Waiting for her ahl lore hath spun . The while so strong- a web may none Its faithful fiber e'er divide. So plainly caught, all else denied. To feel her kiss were bliss well won When school is out. gglige E. Bowen, In Chicago Inter Ocean. duke i ' of Hardimont 1252 I was 'at Aix in Savoy, to whose waters he had brought his famous race horse Perichole, which had taken cold at the derby. He had finished his breakfast, when, glancing- carelessly at a paper, he read the news of the disaster of Reichshoffen. He emptied his glass of Chartreuse, placed his napkin on the restaurant table, ordered his valet to pack his trunks, took, two ...

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. — 3 November 1894

Afu;r the cleelioii George Bast will wonder which one of the boys he is. We have got the forty cent crowd in this county on tlia run. Lot's keep them running. Carl Kohurz i eanvas.-sinjj the State of New York and makiuar speeches against David B. Hill. George IJ;it will feel like he had been run ti rough a grist mill after next Tuesday. It will lie a llepuliHcan clean sweep in this county nest Tuesday. Poor old L.'atherheau. The whole i Republican ticket in this county will In? elec'cd and there are lots of Democrats wao are not going to shed tears ocr the l-esult. All vol'.-rs should vote for the Con stitutional Amendments. AVe need bettor roads and if said amendments carry we will have them. They have live tickets on the ballot up in ote. Geiimieve-uuntv Demo cratic, Kcpi:blicsn. People's. Socialist Labor and independent Ticket. Holy Mose-s. but ain't the Democrats running. By t!ie Uiorning of the Tth of Xovembtr George i. Bast will lie across tho lir.e over in Iiollinger county. ...

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. — 3 November 1894

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. Tom Moore has given up the idea of startiner a dry goods store at New Hamburg in .Scott county. Frank Unnerstall was awarded the contract for hauling the gravel for Spanish street. The city ia having a sewer put in at the crossing of Frederick and Good Hope streets. The graveling on Fred erick street is completed excepting a wagon load or two that will go over the sewer. Ed. Judenwent up to Egypt Mills Saturday night to hear Joe Kussel! of . haneton. and Maj. Dennis of this fity'tpeak. He informs us that there were more nepubiicausthan. Democrats out 1o hear the speaking. The county court will meet next Monday. After one day's session the court will adjourn til! after the election. Bob Taylor, for many years first cjerk on the steamer Idlewild. is now a commission merchant in .St. Louis and Capl. Bin-ton of the idlewild tells us that Mr. Taylor is doing a big business. Tin? Demivkat never publishes any thing i-by request" of the friends of a man it has injure...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 November 1894

DUN'S COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Xacrasslns; Politic Cannes a Slackening la Business Indications Mora Favora ; We Gold Export Have Ceased, and an larreaslns; Demand for Products Ha ; Called More Mllla Into Operation, this Nkw York, Oct 17. K. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade issued to day says: Engrossinfr political, excitement . in many of the states causes a natural Blackening in some kinds of business. But oh the whole business indications are rather more favorable than they were a week ago. Gold exports have ceased, quite a number of mills have gone into operation, and the demand for products, if not equal to that of prosperous years, is better than it has been most of the time this year. The prices of farm products do not im prove much, and there are still some strikes to resist reduction of wages, so that the purchasing power of the peo ple cannot have materially increased. Cotton has sold at ft. 81 cents for mid dling uplands, and the large receipts at such low prices indica...

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. — 3 November 1894

AGRICULTURAL HINTS THE ROAD QUESTION. It Is One of the Great Problems Now Be- for the fablle. No person or association in the land can afford to neglect a movement bo vital to the country's progress and prosperity; few, indeed, hare not, in addition to their concern in the gen eral welfare, some special interest, di rect or indirect, in the condition of the highways. The organization that will solve the good-road problem will secure a nota ble place in the history of American civilization. The best thonght of the whole nation is required in developing or choosing a plan of action, and the solid support of the people is required when a plan is found. When the subject shall have been discussed in school district assemblies, in town meetings, in county canven tions, and in state and national road congresses, a final conclusion reached, and that conclusion sent back to the school districts and confirmed, we shall then have come as near as possi ble to a proper solution of the problem. A...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 3 November 1894

R'G.o.KANNEY-' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will rractiw In mil the waits nd attetffo all business entrusted to him. TICKET. RESTORES ViTAUTY. r ! f ! I in m iH r ; i 1 ! . Democratic Ticket. Republican Ticket. People's Party Ticket. For Judtfe of the Supreme Court, For Jude of the Supremo Court, pGr Jude of the Supi-eme Court Division No. 1: Division Xo. 1: " Division Xo 1: FRANCIS M. BLACK. WALTOUR M ROHIXSOX. OllVILLK D JONES. For .Stale Superintendent of Public For State Superintendent of " Public For " State' "Superintendent ' of ' Public Schools: Schools: M,.Vir.r,l.j- U lULil.Ji X. V. .YIIUILfIU-N. For Railroad and Warehouse Com- missioner: JOSEPH II. FINKS. i-irst t'onstitutional Amendment i r..-. First Constitutional Amendment NO. Second Constitutional Amendment YES. Second Constitutional Amendment NO. For Representative in i onj.nvss: MARSHALL ARNOLD. For Member of the House of Repre- sentati ves : G1X)R(;E V. BAST. For -'lerl: of the Circuit Court: HENRY R. ENGLISH. For Clerk of the ...

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. — 10 November 1894

'" ' 1 ; ) DL70GRflT PRINTING GO. PuDliSfiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAt, NOVEMBER 10, .1894. Vol. XIX No. 23 LOOK AT IT. REDEEMED. OD? OF SIGHT : THE LEGISLATURE. ELECTION RETURNS. The Vote of "p lilnrdt-au end , Hondo Townhtp-. Under a Deluge of Bal-jThe Shoe-String District Is Democracy Almost!Gov. Stone Concedes it Everywhere. - ' to the , Republicans. Flops, I i-. lots. Til t 1 Where tlia Democrats are Iluricd in t'ape lilrarrteaa County, ! ..'1 . And Xoroian A. Mosley, the Kcpub Ilcan Candidal for (ontrmu Elected, Ili-fo , the figures and thy ntv beastly: That Hniith'WNt Missouri-the homo of Mvtmp ungol Democracy has Ix-cn John J. Hawy.-r tt Ciorm Ui'tfw; mU.,, ,,..,, tlul .,,, th. ... .'Nil voU-. bona thew W no longor a Awstton of 1 1 ( Hudrls Mormcd by Hie, Enemy-: A CanTara of the Returns' Miow the Majoritl? of rn'wrd-of Mag nitude The Solid South Knocked Into ''11, Election and a if" of the ,tate Ticket Republleun IKiv lature. II. r.nif liiHfirb"tH. A. Artholx lHu...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 10 November 1894

THE DEMOCRAT B. B. ADAK8. FablWWar. CAPE CIKAEr-EAU. ' MISSOCL The Kews Condensed Important Intelligence From Alt Parts. DOMESTIC; Tn Garden theater at St Louis was destroyed by flra ud Albert Shaw was bimd to death aad several otbera had narrow escapes. The Illinois supreme court declared unconstitutional the law exempting toiuaiag ana loan associations irom taxation. Sxow fell ia many - north we tern states, reaching a depth of Inches at Sioux City, la. Tn me who robbed the Pacific ex press office at The Dal lea. Ore., of 114.- 000 were captared and nearly all the booty recovered. A uajobttt of the United Presbyter Un Id ia isters' aoeoeia Uos of Pittsburgh declared ia favor of the taxing of eh arch property. 1 A iavestigstioa has resulted In the discovery of a shortage of SIS, BOO in the accounts of Treasurer Barney, of Defiance, a Au of the Inmates of the white house were vaccinated as a necessary precaution in riew of the appearance of avail pox in Washington. Tn risible supply...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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