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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 10 November 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAM, rmbUbteb CAPE GIEAEDEAtJ. - UISSOtXL 13 ND what Is the BH mat you ay fell the fel lows call Miss Monies A ber crombie when they speak of her la that ex- VJ7 pansive local . !f it,, 'behind her 6ackT" asked James Winn, the prae Ileal man.to his friend, Cyril Crelffh ton, the dreamer. "The Enchanted Princess. " "Bnmph! Sufficiently idiotlo to be probable; bat why?" "Why, for one thing-, she is so beau tiful and charming-. For another, she Ures In a palace with an orre her fa ther, yon know old "Cent Per Cent Abererombie, the banker. For a third. ahe la snrronnded with pride and dis dain ana Indifference as if thronjrh P11. and those of the bora who tow to rescue and hold the real sweetness -within are speedily discomfited and re- snam in Hopeless captivity." m i The two friends entered the house -nd passed through the long- drawing--:room to where a young- girl was stand ing'. Monica Abererombie could be Tacions, too, for she knew that the obligations of hosp...

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. — 10 November 1894

The Democrats are now feeling as the Republicans felt two years ajo lick. ALL f 5 r M3 1J Congressman Arnold carried his own county but with a greatly reduced ma jority. . - i -f.. tse i .-sj -WILL HEAD FOR THE- And the whole State of Missouri has Bopped over to the Republican Bide. Grand old Missouri. , , . The Republicans will have a major ity of ninety-four in the nest Congress sure and probably more. Bollinger county is now Republican and land in that county is worth five dollars more per aero than it was a wct-k ago. : - i; TREMENDOUS' ' &n TRACTIONS A Poor oi l cVrhoud. Poor old rra-h M,;Gu:n- Whcre is your Xiiiicy Jane? Tclce a look nt our roosters. It vras a enmnaisn of education. We met' the enemy and he is ours. See what did. the Democrat's tow line George V. farm. Bast will remain on his The Republicans of Illinois have sleeted twenty-one of the twenty-two Congressmen. . Poor old Altgeld and the Anarchists too. : 7 I he Republican plurality in this county is larger th...

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. — 10 November 1894

PERSONAL PnTINE.NT. The feaH r.iver packet is at tbe bot-U-, of the river in front of tint city and IVj tU-fofcU-d candidates ill have to aik cp to the fountain Load of Salt Hi ver this year. We hts informed that a low rata OX' curuion 'rill be given from this city to Ferryvillesome turn? ir.tbenear future. M. E. ,Lsining won the find brvoch- loading ehot jfiin that waa rafiLd off Saturday night by Bob Sackmann. inure is a move on loot t3 inane an electric line out of our street car line. For mules Ihe grades are too heavy to make tima and It is believed that an electric linn will pay. Coroner Bloraeyer 'will bo colled upon f oon to hold an inquest over a dead Democratic newspaper in this city. Tho verdict of the jury v.ill bo in the same fid form died of starva tion. The nev,- railroad map of Misr-ouri are not like they used to be that is, wo far us Southeast llisaouri ia con cerned. Louis Iloiiek liss cauwod tlio map publishers some trouble. He has built several now short line roa...

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. — 10 November 1894

NICHOLAS IL lie Frclaisia Hla Father's Death and Hla Own Accession. A kerll f tlx Kw CwlT A Go4 B ew-r, (M4 LinirnUt mad ia Mmny Wars BmobWm His Patter Tbe rn lurtit. 8t. PrntBBrBfl, Nov. 8. Emperor Nicholas 1L hu isaued proclamation announcing1 the death of hla father, Emperor Alexander III., end conclud ing; as follow: "May we bo consoled ljr the consciousness that on r sorrow ia the sorrow of the whole of onr beloved -people, and may these people not for fret that the streng-th and stability of holy En sals lies ia her unity to and ber unbounded devotion to as. We, bowerer, ia this sad and solemn boor, when ascending tbs ancestral throne of the Russian Emptnrr Kirholat IL empire and the czardom of Poland end the grand duchy of Finland, in dlssolubly connected therewith, in the presence of the Most High, record our olemn tow that we will always make rar sole aim the peaceful development of the power and glory of beloved K na si, aad the hspplness of our faithful objects." The proc...

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. — 10 November 1894

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Raited Cauliflower: Take any cold reraccnta of boiled cauliflower, with stutterer Cream ssuce may be left. Chop the rentable, stir into it the sao.ee and two or three beaten erps, according to quantity; pat lit a baking dihh, cover tbe top with bread-erambe dot with bit of batter and bake brewa. Ohio Farmer. . . Stewed Beef with Tomatoes: Eury the meat in a stew-pea with the toma toes, and add a small on Ion chopped finely. Seasoa with pepper and salt, a dash of cayenne improrea it, and as sists dijrastioo. Add bits of butter rolled in floor. Cook an til meat is done, and the tomatoes red need to palp. It may be made of cold roast beet, or veal. Housekeeper. Orange Marmalade: . Take . large ripe oranges (dark colored ones are best); allow to each pound of oranges ooe pound of loaf sugar. Peel the or anges and use one-half of the peel on ly. Soak the peel over night la salt and water; next morning pat the peel in a kettie cf water and boil until soft tnong-h to ...

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. — 10 November 1894

My Own. MARIAN FROEUCH. By THEO. HARRY COHN. 1. ' "Where the riv - or greets the 2. IVave, to wil - low branch - ts, 3. Az - nre vi - o - lets ia 4 Wliere the. riv - er greets the wil - low, Bend - ing lac - ing In. . your hid - ing, 3Iind mo ; wil - low, There I ( 'XX-1 bpiri i "d;t- i- I 'J i d gOtfe -i-J rzjzjzj grTj wait - irg for cy d.r - 11 -ct, Ar 1 thro' year tress - es pl.ir - - i Cil I star - lice's voice so . ttil.ll - iz?, C i get the mur - ra'riag riv - er, Ai l -Cr-Z- . T,- s V Fed. -V i, c- n , : i J i r,jF to re - fleet its grace; "Where the moss - es . form a net - work sun - beams bright; ... Ahl . I - know a form whose of her eyes' soft blue; Look - ing ten - der, - sweet con - meet my love, my ' own ; And my dar - ling's face I a tempo. Brok - en hush; fair; tone ; sigh; -0-rP m "the 'voice of star - lir-r. Miki-sthe. Pur - er, bright - er gold is d.inc - icg In tLe r: ; That my heart, my be - ing fill - ing, Tell? rr.o si Flow'r and song-sters trill and tjuiv - ...

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. — 17 November 1894

MM '0 DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., FuDIiSliers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 24 FOR BUSINESS. HARRISON ON ELECTION. Let Us be Represented Missouri's slump. i Missouri Democrats will find difficulty in discovering particular I,ap'y r Perfidy and Dishonor Right reasons for the appaling slump in the ' Democratic vote of the State which ! At tbe Meeting of the Trns-MIssls-Hlppl Congress, Which Meets In St. Louis November 26th. Mr. J. A. Matteson, President of the Board of Trade of this city has re ceived the following' letter from the chairman of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress: ST. Locis, Mo. November 3d. 18!4, Dear Sir: In behalf of the Execu tive Committee of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress, I desire to call your careful attention to the accompanying notice of its next meet ing, which will be held in this city on the 26th inst It is earnestly requested that every State, county, city and buinesss organ ization, within the territory ...

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. — 17 November 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC A 83OWBT0RM, accompanied by high rind, visited Hartford, Conn., pros trating telegraph and telephone wires. Silos Lewis, the condemned Choc taw murderer, was shot at Wilburton. L T. He had to be strangled to end his sufferings. A decision which practically abol ishes habeas corpus proceedings in de barred immigrant cases was rendered by Judge Lacombe, of New York. The production of anthracite coal in Pennsylvania for the year 1893 was 47,170,563 tons, an increase of 1,444.169 tons over that of 1893. The bitumin ous coal produced was 43,421.898 tons, against 40,575,576 tons in 1892. The anti-toxin remedy for diphtheria was being tested in four cases in the municipal hospital, Philadelphia. Successful exhibitions of the value of hypnotic influences in performing surgical operations were given in Cm cago and Minneapolis. Durino a livery stable fire in Pit...

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. — 17 November 1894

T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. THE FARMER'S WILL. Like tech vines elosln' down. when the sun gees Or fodder Crispin' at the harvest moon. Mj plant at life droop low; Its leaves are brown: The season's spent, the end is none too soon. I've plowed the field both ways an' kept It clean Until the crop's "laid by;" the prospect's fair. And as I new the stretch of gold and green I sniff the cool an' creepln' evenin' air. I don't fear death: the future life I'll greet As only springtime come again to stay. Without the winter's cold or summer's heat. But Jest an everlaatln' growin' day. rhe farm an' its belongin's, stock an' store, I leave to wife, the near horse of the team: an' after she Jines me, to them she bore. The precious blooms afloat on our life stream. An' now. some few requests I wish obeyed, lteiatln to my fun ral obsequies. The which I went to be without parade Of block-plumed hearse or boxed-up car riages. The wagon bed, on spring to break th...

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. — 17 November 1894

George D. Franklin was elected Cir cuit Clerk of WRyne county. Mr. Franklin Is a clever young man. Albert Wray, a former Cape boy, was re-elected to the Legislature in New York. . ALL THE PEOPLE WILL HEAD FOR THE - The English press is not pleased with the result of the election in this coun try. TheMcKinley law don't suit the English. The New 'York World says: "The Democrats did it." Not so. The honest voters did it Albert DeReign, the Representative elect from Scott county, is a literary man. He is a fine scholar and a re fined gentleman. Gov. Altgeld, of Illinois, says Cleve land caused the Republican landslide. Thanks to Mr. Cleveland. Dr. Rider says Cleveland ism did it 1 The Ironton Register shows its roos ter upside down. That's very appro ' priate for a Democratic paper. The Democrats tried to steal St Louis and they lost the State. Ras cality is followed by disaster. The shoe-string District is all right For once it will be represented in Con gress by a Republican. Under th...

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. — 17 November 1894

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. Dexter, Stoddard county, is a lucky town. The late Congressman Walker -was a resident of Dexter when he was elected to Congress, and now that town can claim another Congressman. There is one man in this county with whom the candidates failed to shake hands. That man is a colored citizen who was born armless. Some of the Democrats tried to snake hands with him but they were fooled. The Democrats elected one Justice of the Peace in this county. He will be a lonely office holder. Overcoats are in demand. Where can you buy them? Why from those who advertise. See? Our coal dealers are rushed with orders and they are delivering coal to a larger numberof customers this year than ever. Coal is cheaper fuel than wood and our people are catching on to the fact Our pork packers are getting ready for business. They will buy all the hogs this year they can get If the chairs arc put in the new ad dition to the public school in time the Mldren of that school will probably g...

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. — 17 November 1894

ELECTION : RESULTS. The Returns Show a Strongly Ao- centuated Reversal Of the Popular Verdict of Two Tears Airo Ten Lower BoaM of the Next Coax res Will Hare a "Brutal" Republican Majority. UllnoU Republican by Ninety Thousand Cullom's Re-Election Assured. Chicago, Nov. 8. Late returns show that the-republicanshave elected their state ticket by a plurality of at least 00,000. Cook county goes republican by majorities ranging from 25,000 to 40,000. The new legislature will be republican in both branches by a ma jority of from 25 to 40 on joint ballot. This practically insures the re-election of Cullom to the United States senate. For congress the republicans have -captured twenty and possibly twenty--one of the twenty-two districts. In the sixteenth district F. D. Downing, dem., defeated lien. J. I. Rinaker by a small majority. The third district is still in doubt, and the result will not be definitely known until the of ficial count is made. The returns from five precincts in this d...

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. — 17 November 1894

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. -Lamb Chops Saute: Put a piece of butter into a frying pan, and when hot lay in the chops, rather highly sea soned with pepper and salt. Fry thtm until thoroughly done, bnt not too brown. Shonld gravy be required, pour off the greater part of the fat, and then stir in half a tablespoonfnl of floor; stir until the floor browns, then add a gill of broth or water, an ounce of fresh butter and the juice of half a lemon. Stir until the sauce becomes rather thick, poor over the chops and serve. Boston Budget. Preserved Apples: Weigh equal quantities of good brown sugar and of apples, peeled and sliced thin, allow ing one pint of water to every three pounds of sugar; skim it well and boil onta quite thick; add the apples and the grated peel of one or two lemons and two or three pieces of white gin ger root; boil until the apples look elear and yellow. This will keep for years, is the testimony of one who has osed it, and is an especially nice way when apples are plent...

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. — 17 November 1894

J ft A MADRID. r, (TO MADRID.) TRIO. SPANISH MARCH. 'henry greeno: Tempo mnrzioh.. a. - " - f" con brarnra. r t f g g ss " im 't " mf confuoco. f,y " " s " i ( g ( i 0Z E5j r ! rr-f i ? ry gigz fz " S-9 i i . -- , v m m i , . I- - n , t hj LJ J 1J J T'lfp'"'1" V 9 I W , ri Jg I . L-PS-, 1 Pf J J ) sf- frftj risrQrF-"- ' - -- ' jj gjli r gggr 5 IS my marcato il bo sso. p to 1 i i ! 1 a 1 sT i z v - ' j i i i " ai 1 ai 1 ' 1 The Toledo Weekly Klade. Of the now nearly twenty thousand regular publications in the United States, thcroiire but two or three woekly newspapers published for fretieral cir culation in every State and Territory, and of these the Toledo Weekly Blade is the best and most popular of them all. It is the oldest, lest known, and has the largest circulation. For more than twenty-five years it has been a regular visitor to every portion of the Union, and it is well known at every one of the sixty thousand odd post offices of the country. It is made es pecially for famil...

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. — 24 November 1894

DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 25 A BIG DEAL And Now we Will Have Light. Uannon Brother? Have Purchased the Hartzcll Klectrlc Light Plant. Gannon Brothers have purchased the Home Electric Light plant and the city will now be able to make a con tract for electric lights for the city. Mr. Hartzell held a twenty years fran chise over our streets for electric light poles and wires, and tho City Council a few months ago gave another fran chise of the same kind to Gannon Bros. There wassome doubt as to tho legality of the Gannon franchise and to settle the matter the Gannons con cluded it best for them to purchase the plant and franchise of the Home Elec tric Light Co. Mr. Gannon informs us that the plant will now ba put in condition to furnish the city with all the lights re quired, and he also says they wiHhave the necessary power to furnish lights for everv house in the citv. The eloc- j trie lights and the water w...

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. — 24 November 1894

THE STitIKE COMMISSION. Report of the Commission Ap pointed by President Cleveland. An Arraignment of the Pullman Com pany and the Railway Managers Their Refusal to Arbitrate Caused the Trouble. Organization of the Railway AaaocUtlon Contrary to Law and a Menace to Labor Pullman MethodnDenoonced Ar gument for Unionism. Chicago, Not. 12. The United States government report on the preat rail road strike in connection with the Pull man trouble was made public to-day. The report, which is signed by the fed eral labor committee, Carroll D. Wright and his fellow-investigators, John D. Kernan, of New York, and Nicholas B. Worlhington, of Illinois, is addressed to President Cleveland, and abounds in passages which will attract wide atten tion, particularly the portion referring to the now famous "General Managers' association," the organization of high railway officials that encompassed the memorable defeat of the American Rail way union. The report says the capitalization of the twenty-fou...

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. — 24 November 1894

SETTING THE HEN. Koch Aunoyaaee Caa Be Prerented by Stele Training. An exchange thinks that this is a subject that seems to admit of a wide, range of opinion, notwithstanding it is something almost any child of ten or twelve years, brought up in the rural districts, conld do successfully. There are many grown people, however, who look to their neighbors for informa tion on this subject, and the neighbors thihk it such a trivial affair that they do not give the subject sufficient thought to enable them to enlighten those who seek the information. In other words, they only understand it practically and not theoretically. Josh Billings made one point clear when he wrote: "The best time to set a hen is when the hen is ready," but a difficulty presents itself just at that period. When the hen is ready the owner is not, owing to the fact that the hen has chosen an unsuitable place for hatching, and here is where the trouble is. The owner wants to move the hen to a more convenient place, a...

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. — 24 November 1894

That the Republicans could carry the Northern elections this year was generally expected, but the extent of the victory was not anticipated. A victory which carries all of the North, an adds thereto a part ol the South. The Oierokee legislature has made it an act of treason, punishable by death, for a Cherokee citizen to sell real estate to a white man. What will the United States Supreme Court say to that, if a case is ever brought up involving this law? The silver men of Colorado and other mining states, probably gathering the impression from the election returns that then." is only one political party in this country just now and a good opening for a new one, are again talk ing up their scheme for a silver party The ollicial returns show that Mosley is elected Congressman from this the Fourteenth District by a plurality of one thousand and nineteen votes. The official returns from all the counties except Douglas are in and the unoffi cial returns from that county makes Mosley's e...

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. — 24 November 1894

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. There are too many children in both our public Schools for the number of teachers. There should be one more teacher in each one of the schools. The hay and hay press belonging to Louis Houck on the Houston farm were destroyed by fire last Friday or Fri-' day night together with the hay shed. Capt Jeffords has just completed and launched a newflatboat that is. we understand, to be used as n sand boat. Otto Holm, the artistic decorator, returned home from Poplar Bluff Sat urday. Mr. Holm informs us that he has a big lot of work at Poplar Bluff. The people for whom he works can rest assured that they will get the best of work. Judges and Clerks of Election for Cape Girardeau township who have fees due them for services on election day can get their money by calling on Henry Kopper at the court house. He that lights and runs away will live to fight another day. Sheriff Randal is at Jackson this week auctioneering off the stock of goods of the defunct Chicago Barg...

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. — 24 November 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC Directors in Chicago of the Colum btan exposition resolved to dispose of the 201,000 unsold souvenir half dollars' at Dar. Ikspkctob Schaack suspended nine-; teen Chicago policemen for failure to perform their duty and three others were discharged by Chief Brennan for. misconduct during the election. ' Hundreds of acres of potatoes that were not dug, acd corn, apples and, bther farm product that were nof harvested were frozen by a blizzard, In Michigan. i Fiftt thousand persons witnessed the launching of the St Louis, the largest vessel ever constructed in America, at Philadelphia. Mrs. Cleve land christened the steamship. Forest fires in Arkansas were still burning fiercely, doing great damage. Near Edmondson two negroes were burned to death. A heavy fall of snow was reported throughout Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. Dahgerocs count...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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