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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 30 May 1891

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT. BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1891. VOL. XV.-NO. 51. ntonaaiowAt, cabd. B a E.VGELMANtf. ATTORNEY AT LAW and CITY" RECORDER Offec at situ on Harmony StrMt, CAPE CIRAROEAU. MO, i S. S. 1IARPJS, Pbjfsiefan and Surgeon Offlr-e in ier of Trickpy Drug Store, comet f Inrt'-iw-Atlnnr" anl Kpaolsh Streets. Caps iJirar.-!. i"special attention fiveo to V H. a. ASTHOLZ, HcemMrr Bulldinc and Loan AMecttttoa. NOTARY PUBLIC. SwrMary SoutOea-tern IHitrlct Africoh jaa.M. Do Your Insurance Business In a rornpany whom record In th. past k HOME, OF SEW YORK LEO DOYLE. Agent; ' Nona Haia Street, Cap Glrardaa apia. tf. WICIITERICH, Oapa Girardeau, . Mo. Agent for ttas following Reliable Companies : Franklin Mutual, of St. Louis. Citizens' Jnurmiea Company. St. Louis. Sprinn-Pt'M Insuraneo Companr, Hpi1ri 'Held. N. Thru three cf Ihe b9tnd moat rHaDl eompMnic in the country. dec.. CONRAD KEMPE, Dealer in DI1Y GOODS AND GROCERIES, New goo...

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. — 30 May 1891

THE DEMOCRAT! T HE f EOPLE J'aper Jficial 0r3n oftlc TarPayas. CAMS GinAlMEAU ...MO. SATURDAY. MAY 30, 1891 A woman in Florida has erected a monument over tlic grave of a pel ral. ami yet it is a V to sav that this woman would refuse t j aid a worthy beggcr. j "'" be "iguer. At any rale, the far- j mrrs who stick to corn, or who can If the soup of the Cincinnati con- : , raisey thing else will make some Ventiou waa a little thin, it can be ac- j wonev counted for iu the large number ofi " cooks who insisten upon emptying T,ie country's consular service may their tin cups into the keltic. There ! be a,lc u1 ,s " ent '"lp. wm bin . ran tl..i irsrr.rii..l nn,l i.owerful influence for furtheriug the that was the prohibition cup of cold water. They could not stand that. The attention ot the free traders is respectfully called to the fact that in March, 1KUH. wc exported manufac tured goods to the value of $1 1,301. 379; while in March of this year, under the new tariff law, our manufactu...

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. — 30 May 1891

THE DEMOCRAT If MLIAIICD EVERY SATURDAY MORNIXG, EEN H. ADAMS, BL'BSCRiniOS BATES: pM eorr rr six mootha ................... " " three mocUa Invariably in Adrance. .MM .. AS. ADVERTISING BATES t bwlnAme week 9 J. Is raeli a-llit.ntfal insertion H Uu iiich ole riwuta ................... ST " t'irse m:iths 4M " sik iuo..t:ia S.f o.-e 4ar . t Ode q-iarttr cwla on, tunv n:iihs tvi " " six nw'.lhj !-.. " o::e vear - One half colon. 1, t'irt lie :tM V- " .1 in " ' ' 1. .e rzr .'I' OAc Nans, thrre nn-iHs 'S.' " ci x ;rti .t'is .. .'n.n. one vrar . 111. u livrn notice n e -.ttJ J.' r li..i -5 lt-a'liu:r nolle.: o 1 el.lor per line, eaeh iitnio.i. al nasc - cci-U J tail way M'imo-Tuble- Cape Girarflean Sontbws'crii Railway. UAVU CAIk filKARUKAL'. No. I. Honter rasenfn-r 6:tt A.M. yia 3, Ifc-lta laengvr IO:tt a m. o. j. Iiflta Passenger !:. r.a. No 7, Williainsille Paaet,KeT CsS a. 11 AMtltKH AT (irK (.IKAMtfcAC. No -. Hunter PaMenger 7:j r.a. No. 4. Delta PasaeuaT r.a. No. . Delta Passenger ...

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. — 30 May 1891

h 1- 3 i H r r. if ! . n 5 i "L. f tsl 3 ; v I. I Hi ANDY'S WIDDA. E alias ax klugrsTa I Up ROOt Car'.ine.'n me at lefts t sh dOPH. Poor Andy! When he fell I stood RUfht by him so as if it wuz Me here - him there. I broke bis fall With a quirk grab, but that wuz all lie left bis wife a vldda. N that wuz what be dreaded, too. From tint' to las', lie used to nay: "Oh : you're all rifrht. Kf I wuz you I wouldn't car much either way; But when you know you're gnin' to leave Sow one behind to fret n" grieve N' live a lonely widda!" lie bail her pietur jes a girl. A pleasant young thin? wr 11 enough; But Andy "lowed she were th iM-arl; The tx'it. til toK t kind of HtulT. He tiwd to look "n" look "n smiio N' iay: "tild t-oy. she ain't the style Now, Is she, fer s wiiliia ' N' my! I pot that pirtur yet. I kep' ft kind'-r for hi naku When I fi-ictied home hi thing 'n' met HiH folks 'n'- h r. 1 hd tohreak The n'WH, 'n mighty hard to do, Sw-in" I'd tirunff poor Andy, too. Home to bis little wid...

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. — 6 June 1891

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT. VOL. XV.-NO. 52. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1891. BEX H. ADAMS, Publisher. TKOFEUIOHAK CAKfto. E U. EMUELM AN S. ATTORNEY AT LAW -A.3VD CITY" RECORDER Office it su.re on Harmony Street, CAPE CIRAROEAU. MO. & a HARRIS. Phys.sbn and Surgeon Offlr 'n irar of Tricky' lrur Store, eornoi f InU-rrni.Tn- and Spanish Street. Cp t;inniaii. (tfSic:ul fctvntion given Ira fcuricer and 1) beasts of Fem ilia. H. A. ASTHOLZ, gcretary Building n4 Loan AiOcffttJo. NOTARY PUBLIC. Secretary South a-tcru rritrlot AfncuK -tura-t Bociety. Orl.ce, Court-house. Do Your Insurance Business In a ro np'injr wUoee record In the past Is a ;uarmtitee for the f uturo. Insure to lae HOME, OP SEW YORK. LEO DOYLE, Agent, N'o Si North Main Street, Cap Girarn.aa, MMfOurL apis N. WICJITRICH, Oape Girardeau, - Ma Agent for the following Reliable Companies : Franklin Mutual, of St. Lnuts. riliwus :tiHurMnc- Company, St. Louis, t-j-i-.nrvu losuran'jo Cutoi-aor. fipriiia Held...

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. — 6 June 1891

THE DEMOCRAT y HE jEOPLE'S J'APER JMJSrg a ofjns jai-Paysrs- CAVE GIUAHDSAU..., SATURDAY, JUXE C. ...MO. 1891. The Sherifl of St. Louis has levied upon the library of the editor of the Post-Disjxitch. Pennsylvania has just amended its liquor license law by raising licences In cities of the first and second class from $500 to $1,000. The vote m the Senate w as 36 to 1; in the House 136 to 24. The increase will add $250,000 to the revenue of Pittsburg and over $1,000,000 to Puiladclpbih's. The only woman on record who ras the wife of a governor, the sister of a governor, the niece of a governor, and the aunt and foster mother of a governor was a southern woman. Her name was Mrs. Richard Manning aud she came from South Carolina. Tcnrlirffc and t-'rl.ntl. of Ednrasloa. In SiiKTiutcndent Wolfe's tour of "Governor Hill, of Xew York, is The report that ex-President Hayc.-' ; xotirr to trying the virtue of a new hair re-; memory is foiling was not iu hariaony storcr." He may be bald himself...

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. — 6 June 1891

3 THE DEMOCRAT ruiiLISHBD EVERY SATURDAY JIOKNIXG, BEN H. ADAMS. ECEscmriiux sates: pna eopr on year ............'... .el H -- hi raosuiB mm mouua. ............ ........ .au Invariably in Advance. ADVERTISING fcAIXSt ton Inefc (we wsck a l.ft lift iidJtio:;Al l-vrtiaa '.' Muk lnci oe luontb 5 ." Mine ir.'Kit!i 4 Bi fno:ithn fi t one vear . . . Oifo quarter co)nioa, ll.rr. s...,ilrs .u " " ei !:. tbi ii''.tu rr li'.ii. no half colaraii,'thT,.s. ni- ! :r. i ii!i r.t.f-' ' sr .......... r?.tr vac roiamo, thrre m-.-iiii ................ . '.t ' ' six m. t'i. on rnr t "Rcaiin no;l-9 a eiLlorial pae it ci-iits fcer tine, vftct iascrtioj. LEAD PEUCU. JOTTIBG3. Uemorandnins Made in tho Ke .. porter's Wandcrinzs, I-ocal Splinters. MOXUAY. There were ouly tbree divorce cases on the docket for the Mav term of the Common Picas Court. licchnnauu's auction sale closed last Saturday uigliL Jlr.IIuchrmann. we understand, will continue to sell at private sale till his stock is all dis Heed of. Wc ag...

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. — 6 June 1891

A COMMON EXPERIENCE. XHunnol with expansive bonnet Bright and fy, 1 could write to yon a sonnet Evry day. Fair Dame Nature haa den!frned you; Fair must everybody find yon; Yet I would not alt behind jou At the play. With your Oainboronfrh before me Down tbe aisle. Vengeful feelings gather or me, Though 1 smile. Cruel as cruet priests of Brahma Could I be. when thrilling drama Seems a flowery panorama Of a mile. All the Tbeffpian emotion Sms quite flat; J hare not the vaguest notion What they're at. 1 have no appreciation Of a nplenjid alluatinn. For I'm lost In contemptatioi Of your hat. That you won't miuDlrlan4 me Now I pray. Whatsoever yoo command me, 1 obey. I atlmfre you deeply, mind you. Captivating ever tlnl you; But 1 would not sit behind you At a piny. Harry B. Smith, In America, HAL'S ADVENTURES. An Interesting Story of Love and Many Mistakes. 'Hollo, Jack. The vrry person above all others 1 mshed mit to see. "What's up now"."" asked Jack, in surprise. "I have a (Treat fav...

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. — 13 June 1891

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT. St BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1891, VOL. XVI.-NO. 1. ntorgmowAi. eABPw. S a ENGELMANN. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CITY RECORDER Office at store oa Harmony Street, CAPE CIRAROEAU. MO. & S. HARRIS. Physician and Surgeon Offloc la l-ar of Tricfcfy's Dru Store, corset r Ind't-nleiii- anil Spanish Str!. C&pt i;irarilan. tr"Spct:ii atitisntioo (irea to uricerj and l.soavuf Fem Ui. H. A. ASTHOLZ. mi1ry Buildinf and Lota AModatie. NOTARY PUBLIC. Secretary Routncatern Iddrlot AfrlcnJ aral Society, omce. Court-house. Do Your Insurance Business In a company whose record In th. pad h) guarantee for tfie future. Insure in the HOME, OF KEW YORK. LEO DOYLB. Agent, j" North Main Street, Cape airarneea. -. u N. WICJITERICII, Oapo Girardeau, - Ma Agent Tor the following; Reliable Companies : Vn.nk.in Mutual, of St Lout. Cmzi'Tia' I neurit nee Company. St. Lou It. -ir.nirni i insurance Comimnj. Spring Tln-fv nro tlref of the bst...

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. — 13 June 1891

THE DEMOCRAT T HE EOPLE'S f APER Official orzaii oftta Tai-Payers CArS GIRARDEAU ....MO. SATURDAY. .USE 13. 1891. .lay Gould wilt take a loug cruise !u liis slcamyaclit Alalnnta tbis simi nier. Perhaps lie will make some dtfjt-sra soundings anil devise some new method for watering stork. General Felix Agnu, editor of tlic Baltimore American, warns Xew York politicianti that Gonnan will come up Jo I be Aational Convention with a southern Wking that will surprise tlic candiiiate-lireciliiig Kmpirc State. There appears to be an increasing hostility to foreigners in China, which becomes more intense and more dan gerous in its manifestations as time goes on. The harsh treatment to which the slant-eyed heathen have been subjected iu other countries, notably iu our own, are probably to be revenged on missionaries and other foreigners iu the Flowery Kingdom. A newspaper in Paris recently con tinned an item which stated that Mr. William II. Crane had been elected te the I luted Stales Semite...

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. — 13 June 1891

THE DEMOCRAT 1TBLXMZ9 EVERY SATCBl.AY MOBXEXG, EEN H. ADAMS. SCESCUITTIO" HATES: OMOTjoejtax .. ........ .! "I - tioiii":":::".:".:;;;."" Jnrcriellg ta Adrapcc AOTEBTISIXC BATE I Ose t -c tte ik i f l to. l.tMKal UerL .H Uxf aa Lcta ... : tars- in it: . 4 e ft. HI Bvitb j it rntr a Oseqaancrcj.BEu. t-irvc ar tts i DW.t'iM ... " -f . sar Oaehlifeolcna.'tlxrve i. Ihj ... " " mi nv.i!.t . ' o f-ar Oa. colaraa. trre itf . Tin tr. KS I". ' Btx!XittS ro t. Te.-r In, iv ! u c,ra... rt.; The name of our railroad has ow i lenfivbe. changed to -t. Cai Girardeau and Ft. Smith" by; the filing of a certificate to that tf- : f.t n .it, ik. r.r ti.. ! old name Cape Girardeau Southwest-1 ern. while it was Tery gratifying tot our local pride, was not calculated ; to promote the general interests of ., , , te company and -o the companv ha dropped the purely local name and. substituted for it a new one. Wesiu-: erely h-ipe that the company may at an early day finish its Kne a-indicated by the name, th...

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. — 13 June 1891

. i I - v I - t i i- 5 n f '- 11V THE DEM0C11AT BEX B. IMS, nuiskcr. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI A MYSTERY EXPLAINED. Melinda Parkinson's Experiences In New York City. iISS MELINDA PARK IXSON had come down to Xew York to buy her sum- m e r patterns and to indulge herself with glimpse at the great world of which hitherto she hail only become ac- qnainted by reading of tlic weekly newspaper. "It must be a mortal strange place," eaid that amiabje spinster, "where folks walk np and down Broadway in their Sunday clothes, and milk sells for ten cents a quart And where they hain't no garrets to their houses, and fTO out to. parties just when we Center villere are tying on our nightcaps to 9 to bed. Well, well, it takes all sorts of people to make a world." So Miss Mclimla retrimmed her leg horn hat with sage-jrreen ribbons, sponged over her ancient black silk gown. Indulged in the extravagance of new gloves, and set forth for the great American metropolis to visit Cousin Lemuel Larkins, whose...

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. — 20 June 1891

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT. BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1891. VOL. XVI.-NO. 2. raorcasioKAt. etitni. S a E.WELMAN.f. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CIT V RECORDER Offic? at store on if ormonj Street, CAPE CIBASDEAU. MO. S. S. HARRIS, Fhs.tkn and Surgeon Office in .rarof TriCri?' Dnig Store, cornet r lnd"p-f,ir!w and Spanish strets. Cap fiirar.ivai!. 8 5Sper::i,i fct-ntion gireD I fcurjpery and li sii of Fern .lis. H. A. AST1IOLZ. "eeretary Building and Loan A9o(Hnt1o. NOTARY PUBLIC. Secretary Souln -n-U rn HI I riot Agricul tural Society. Oiice. Court bouse. I)o Your Insurance Business Ilia conpti.jr rhdo record in the put Is a uarantee for tlie I uturo. 1 nsure iu I ho hojie, of sew youx LEO DOYLH, Asent, No Ji North Main Street, Cape Uirariteat. MiBurl. epis." N. WICJITERICII, Oapa Girardeau. Mo. A (rent Tor tho following Heiiahb Gonspanlss : Fr.inkim Mutual, of St. Louis. Ot ' i,n-.tiriiice ompniiy. St. Lou If. sr n -'! I iusurancu Coinj-aoj, ttor...

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. — 20 June 1891

.J u--k-- 4 i - rc --5 6- . ; i if I f i 1 - i ! 'at? :? 7: ii it l I' ll T- 5 THE DEMOCRAT HE EOPLE'S r APER Official Organ af tlie Tai-Payers. O.VrB GIRARDEAU ..MO. SATURDAY. JL'XE 20. 1891. The count rv is now sale that is. this immediate section of country. AVc bare here iu our miilst au organ ization railed the Daughters of the Couledcracv. It is estimated that the Haytian soldierr. cither with orwithout orders from Ilippolylo, have within the week past massacred 300 citizens. The re - doubtable Ilippolyte, who appears to be cementing the structure ot his government with the blood ot inuo- ceut susicct9, recently ordered "a festival of peace," a hollow mockery to supplement his savagery. Despite the frantic talk of the infla tionists, the amount of money iu cir culation in the I'uited States goes on steadily increasing. On June 1, 1890, the total circulation was $1.-11.000,-000; on June 1, lsSl. it wnsl,.r,01.00 000 a gain during the year of i-7:i,-000.O00, or about A per cent ...

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. — 20 June 1891

THE DEMOCRAT! rtKLisiiED i EVItY SATURDAY MOUXEKG,' at i BEN H. ADAMS, SL'BSCUIPTION CATESi Pn eijij onr year ' nix mouths threo months. Inruriably in Adrnnce. .tl.in ADVEBTSKIXO BATESl Of" Inch cv.e week j-li 'lUti-.:nl tnertiun Uue tticn o:w? luo-tth three .m:ith. ln..ths A w vmr Ode qnaricr mV.ii.i:i, ihnv kio tf: six uv- th.. ouc jsar Oae ha!Tco!ttH.!,'tiiroH nio.itlis i m' itlc, o.iR rear On etflama, thre no niu, , " eix m ntw ona virar" 4 . is ss.- ... :ui,i TO Cil, 1slA nntlm 10 cults 1ST ltns Mich iiwrlivu t lKB'Utiic nolle; oa editorial page " couu pcrliue, each liiMrtiou. LEAD PENCIL JOTTING 3. Memorandums Made in ttte Ho portcr'a Wandering. I.aeal ftpllntrr. MONDAY. When the fire bells sound tlie alarm hereafter, go straight to the Era otlice. There or thereabout you will li nil t lie lire. We sup-rest thnt the City Coun cil either establish water work here or purchase a tent and move that Main street print shop into it. .John (iawruuski has no insurance on his stock. His...

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. — 20 June 1891

r ; r.. t r I f ! t . 5 i i i1 ' I 1 1 Importaat Tmb Kama Deefeloa. Judire Thayer, of the United HtatesClr. eolt Court at 8L Lonis, has rereoUy handed down an opinion, and granted a perpetual Injunction acainst the defendants in the ease of Tne Unatetter Companv aeainst the Brureeman. Kcinert Distilling Co.. alias Oold bpnna: Ui.tiiilng Co. 'F prohibiting the advertising, manufacturing or selling of any article of stomach bitters, either in bulk, by the gallon or otherwise, or in any way making use of the name "Hostetter" Kept in connection with the sale of th pnuine bitters, which are always sold in bottles securely sealed; and also prohibit' ing the sale of any bitters in bulk, though the name "Hostetter" be not used, but the augcestion nude to the purchaser that he can put them in the empty Hostetter bot. tics, and purchav-rH would not discover the difference. His decision supports The Hos teller Company in the exclusive use of the name '-Hosteller'' in connection with either the...

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. — 27 June 1891

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT. BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1891. VOL. XVI.-NO. 3. momstowAt, Abo. E a EMGELMANS. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CITY RECORDER Office at sli.r. on Harmony Street, CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO. 8. S. HARRIS. Physician and Surgeon Office n tear of Trick-;1 Drug Store, comer f Itiil-xei'-ce anil Spanish Ntrctv Cap UiranWau. tiT'Special Mention given frf Surgery and 1 waws ol Fcm...:a. II. A. ASTUOLZ. focretsrr Building and Loan Association. NOTARY PUBLIC. Poeretary fioutna-trn M-.tr.et Afriral nural Society. Oibce, Courthouse. Jaa.m. Do Your Insurance Business In a company whose record in tho past to .guarantee for the future. Ineurelnlha HOME, OF SEW YORK. LEO DOYLE, Agent; Ko X NorU Main Street. Cape Olnmtu Mmiirl. apla, N. WICJITERICII, Oapa Girardeau, - Mo. Agent for following- Reliable Companies : Kr.inklin Mutual, f-ft. LouK riti7J-fn' Innns-ic- Company. St. Louis. S.r.n(1ell Insurance Cuiapaar, Spring field, Mn-s. Those :tr thre...

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. — 27 June 1891

THE DEMOCRAT T HIS J'EOPLE'S J-'aper jMJriaii of tteJMjn I 5APB C IR AKDF.AU MO. SATURDAY. JUNE 27. 1891. Singular, isn't it, to nee licniocratic newspapers hotly denouncing trusts in this rouulry, and at the same time fighting for the (Treat Itritish tin trust, t. . .!...: I ..K..u.,..uB ....... o. ...... .. will create a tin industry nere inni will supply its with American made tin aud tnkc away the chief source of profit of that foreign trust? The ew York Ilcrartkr draws the following just and extremely accurate pen portrait of Secre'ary oflhe Treas ury Foster Secretary Fonter may not le an Alexander Hamilton or Robert Morris iu finances, hut he is of Yankee birth and training, and ran make a dollar f public money pii a far as the liest of them, lu iersniiiil and political affairs he is very generous: in business he is close and rali uluting. It is suggested by a frienil that the reason the Indians lcuiocrMs are so strongly in favor of Gray as a 1'rcsi dential candidate is hei-it...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1891

7 THE D EMOCRATi WilIiftra B- Andcrson.of St. Louis, miMnai I w passenger ou I be steamer I Jle- CVEBY SATURDAY MORNING,' wil1 to-day, bound for Commerce to T jlook after bi interests there. Mr. BEN H. ADAMS, Anderson bi n office in the Mer SL'BSCUtrTlOM RATH I P eirj ecu- year ... ut month ......... tlireo inootb. ......also, ..... m Inrariably in Adranre. 4lTrBTIftle KATKfll On l-i-i T wc-k . I.ff .sri si'l.tit.:! lTirTtr!Si Oac inch o l In., th 4.' thr. iriritiii 4 tirf mirths ft it vcnr s Ooe quarter c.-i;.-ni. t:ir.-?t-. .lu ... Ivt. (.in lnO:.tti 3V- " " v-3T X't ft Ow liatf co!nrn-i, Oirc n. tli sr..: m m'.-IM ........... J.Vt". .-- ?r i Oo e-.lnain. ltm-n'- .1u :' si. ir.- n .. t-: .-nr Iirt f Tr1 i-ottcri in r- t . f r li.-.s each I ;i.-rtiot. 'ft V". Jiitir ih.'.I'- m o i t-daoriai ccit per Uue. cacti i-k-t r..o'i. LEAD PENCIL J0TTIUQ3. Kemorandnus Made in the B porter's Wandering. Lsral aaliater. VONIlAV. Charleston. Mississippi comity, struck yesterday afternoon by a cyc...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 27 June 1891

SI I? !, I J: 4 it 4 i ; 11 ii THE D EMO CHAT BE' H. 4DAMH, ra.Ibacr. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI GOO BLESS THE BIRDS. "God blem the birds," the bappy farmer oaf nen orusbed m tar, "They gave me back my blessed little child, My Mary. here. 'Her form is like her sainted mother's now. So lithe and tall. But tlwn she was a baby. This is how it came; I II tell you all: ""She lored to hear the meadow robfns staff. To watch their wines: She lored the Held, tfte woods, and loved to ran aimjr by rustic things. w the summer and the grass was hlirh. The tooterscamf. And with their huge machine they clattered louaiy hy. But all the same "My little Mary went to see the blrdn. One- cot.v nest She found and listened to the songs that had utf words. Nor trembled lest "The mowers pans; at last they neared the place. Where baby lay. The prafs was deep. They could not see her nit race Beyond the bay. "Nearer and nearer came the hujje machine. With miinlrTOUs eiUre. It almost touched her where she sat ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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