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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 24 November 1894

XHE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. . - MISSOUM. RAPID STONE SAWING. h Proeaw Accomplished by Chilled Metollb Shot. The use of chilled metallic shot hat completely revolutioned the stone-sawing trade, by reason of the rapidity vith which the work can now be ac jsomplished as compared with the times OThen the sawing1 material consisted smly of quartzose sand. It is obvious that in sawing granite, for instance, the sand alluded to, not being harder 4han quartz, was incapable of doing much work, as that mineral exists bo abundantly in granite. What was want ed was something harder than quarts. -Saveral minerals answered the purpose, among which were corundum (emery) ind the diamond. The former of these is occasionally used for sawing, and large ly for rubbing granite, marble and the like, preparatory to the polishing .process; the latter has for some years been employed to a limited extent for -tawing the hardest kinds of stone, and "diamond disks may be found in 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. — 24 November 1894

PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. The recent reduction in price of aluminium has called renewed atten tion to the possibilities of the use of aluminium-bronze castings for pur poses in which the strength of forged t,teel without its liability to corrosion are essential. Its price should now be not much above that of ordinary gun bronze. Every good cook is careful to dis pose at once of the water in which meat has been washed. Only a very few hours are necessary to change it into a foul-smelling liquid if the tem perature is suitable. This change is due to a little plant called bacterium termo. A drop of this putrid material under the microscope reveals many thousands of them, acting under a pecu liar vibratile motion. Queen Victoria speaks ten lan guages fluently. The queen's grand-daughter-in-law, the German empress, is also clever as a linguist. She sur prised her guests at a recent court en tertainment by talking Norwegian to one of them who came fro::, that coun try. She plays the violin...

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. — 1 December 1894

tf" I' - ,- 1 DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., Publishers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER I, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 26 i l f-: j ft V 1 A BIG BALL By the Daughters of the Confederacy For the Benefit of the Illgginsvllle Confederate Soldiers Home To be the Social Event of the Season. We understand that the Cape Girar deau Daughters of the Confederacy are making arrangements for a grand ball to be given in the court house on Thursday evening. Dei-ember 27th, 1894, tho proceeds to go to the benefit of the Higginsvillo Confederate Sol diers' Home, which is greatly in need of funds. Manydisabled and crippled Confederate Soldiers are now main tained in that noble charity a great blessing to these old veterans. But it takes money to run an institution of this kind, receiving neither State nor National aid, and this money must be raised by the energy and public spirit of the ladies of the State. The ladies of the Daughters of tho Confederacy Socictyof thiscity donot propose tore main behind...

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. — 1 December 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADA3IS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC. Tint trial in Chicago of Debs and the other officers of the American Railway union under indictment in the United States court was set by Judge Gross cup for January 8. During the week ended on the 17th 444.000 head of stock were received at the Chicago stock yards, the heaviest receipts on record for six days. Italian laborers on a West Virginia railroad have received no pay for three months, and are creating a reign of terror. The new treaty between the United States and Japan was concluded in all its essential features. Bicrci.c champions of five foreign countries arrived in New Tork, where they will compete with Americans. Joux Ashbt and John Herverin were mortally and Police Officer Stuart seri ously wounded in a saloon fight at Owensboro, Ky. Southern congressmen 'question the legality of the new bond issue and threaten to make trouble for the...

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. — 1 December 1894

T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOUEL . HE was little dressmaker whom every body respected, but who, in pite of the fact that her family con sisted of only one, and that one be elf, had never climbed the hill of dif ficulty, bat was forever at the foot. She had ambitions and ideals, after which she was perpetually striving- in the tread-mill methods of a struggle for daily existence. She had possibly some dreams of love, bat there was always a dismal awakening until she had come to look upon her circum- scribed area of life as the only camping- ground fate was willing she should have. So she made herself comfort able with the material at hand, and tried to think herself happy when her four walls were the boundaries of her world. Contentment came, if not happiness. find then the disturbing element of lore entered into her domain and took (xtssession. At least she, who was not familiar with the dear visage of love, mistook the intruder for the winged jroil....

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. — 1 December 1894

CoL Breckinridge has placed himself in the hands of a manager and will take the lecture stage. Subject not yet advertised, but supposed to be "It Was All Her Fault." The mention of the names of women in connection with the office of Street Cleaning Commissioner in both New York and Brooklyn shows how inti mately the sex is identified with the broom in the minds of men. The Jackson Cash-Book wants the Republican Legislature of Missouri to raise the saloon license so high that every saloon in the State will be knocked out The Republican Legis lature will not monkey with the saloon license. The new Democratic tariff does boom business, that is foreign bust' ness. In September, 1893, under the McKinley law, there was imported into this country 2,762,652 pounds of wool, while in September of this year, under the Democratic free wool law, the im portations reached 12,992,212 pounds. Is it any wonder London feasted Chairman Wilson? Since the Colorado people turned their attention from silv...

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. — 1 December 1894

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. ine attendance at St Vincent ' Con veni wis year is nearly ; to the average notwithstanding the hard times. Beginning with the nest seiolastic year the School Board will put one more teacher in each of our public scnoois iTanic Burrough. who has been spending' the past two months on his new place digging stumps, cleaning up ana incidentally having a royal good time, has returned to his office, where he will be found every day attending u nis legal business. tion. Liouis Houck went down to Kennett Sunday. The steil rails are being laid on the Kennett and Ptemis cot county railroad and Mr. Houck is watching the work closely. Hirsch Bros, got in one hundred nead of hogs Saturday. They are doing more business in pork packing man they expected to do. The St. Louis Stock Yards keep a man on the steamer Idlewild all the time looking after stock at the land ings along the river. There must be big money in handling stock. John Vogelsanger has the finest music box in h...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 December 1894

UiNCLE SAM'S CASH BOX.I Annual Report of United States Treasurer Morgan. A Detailed Statement of the Receipts and Expend Item For tbe Pineal Year Ended Jane 30 A Decrease In the Ket Revenue. . ' WASinrfOTOBr, Nov. 34. The treasurer of the United States, H.' D. Morgan, has submitted to Secretary Carlisle the annual report on the . operations and condition of the treasury: The net ordinary revenues for the fiscal year ending June 30, cents omit ted, were $297,728,019, a decrease of 988,097,000, as compared with' the year before. The net ordinary expendi tures were &i07,52.r,279, a decrease of $15,952,074. Including: the public debt the total receipts on all accounts were 9724.006,538, and the expenditures 8098, 908,553. At the close of business on June 30, 1893, there stood on the books of the department, charged to the treasurer, a balance of $738,407,555. Adding to this the receipts on all accounts irivcs $1,402,470,093. as total to be accounted for, and deducting the expenditur...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 December 1894

HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Potato and Egg: Slice cold boiled potatoes lengthwise and fry in smok ing hot fat. While one side is brown ing, beat three eggs with a gill of milk and season with salt and pepper; pour over the potatoes, stir up lightly with a fork and serve as soon as the eggs are Jet. Ohio Farmer. Marrow Scallops: Boil a good sized vegetable marrow with its skin on, then peel it, cnt in half lengthwise, remove the seeds, and drain dry. Make a nice mixture of minced cold meat; a teaspoonful of chapped onion, ditto chopped parsley, and, if yon have them, a few chopped mushrooms. Beat up an egg with a little thickened gravy, and mix into the mice. etc. Place the mar row shells side by side on a baking tin, fill with the above mixture, which must be covered with bread-crumbs. Bake for half an hour, or till the crumbs are oearly browned. Leeds Mercury. Poached Eggs with Cream Sanse: One pint of water, one tablespoonful of vinegar, one saltspoonful of salt, as many eggs as are req...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 December 1894

I'. ' PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. The recent reduction in price of aluminium has called renewed atten tion to the possibilities of the use of aluminium-bronze castings for pur poses in which the strength of forged steel without its liability to corrosion are essential. Its price should now be not much above that of ordinary gun bronze. Every good cook is careful to dis pose at once of the water in which neat has been washed. Only a very few hours are necessary to change it into a foul-smelling liquid if the tem perature is suitable. This change is dne to a little plant called bacterium termo. A drop of this putrid material under the microscope reveals many thousands of them, acting under a pecu liar vibratile motion. Queen Victoria speaks ten lan guages fluently. The queen's grand- daughter-in-law, the German empress. is also clever as a linguist. She sur prised her guests at a recent court en tertainment by talking Norwegian to one of them who came froa that coun try. She plays the vi...

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. — 8 December 1894

A. lii DECOGMT PRINTING GO., PcMfctsre. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1894. Vol. XIX No. 27 EDITOR'S MEET. ' Editor Hafner Knocks Editor Smith Oat m the Flnt Roond. Phil A. Hafner, editor of the Scott County Newsboy and Herbert Smith editor of the Benton Record, met in front of the Postoffice in Benton Wed nesday and without any ceremony pave the bystanders a free pugilistic flhow. There were only a few blows but they counted and the bully boy with a glass eye of the Newsboy, was the victor. Smith walked off with a pair of Democratic eyes. Smith had Haf ner arrested for assault with intent to kill. Suicidal Impale. Is the impulse to suicide in' curable? No directly. It depends on family, on race, on the strain of that competition which marks our advanc ing civilization. Of these the two first are ineradicable, though doubtless capable of being modified in the course of generations through judicious mar riage. The third is, for the mass of men, unattainable; yet ind...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 December 1894

T.IIE fiEMOfcHAT. B. H ADAMS. rablUlMf. V (: CAFE GIRARDEAU.- . JlIISSOURL Tiik loss of the missing' ship Ivanhee lias been substantially confirmed Vy tbe finding of one of her life buoys by Indians on the west coast fit Vancon . ver island. , - TnK board of stewards of :the Cali fornia Jockey club of San Francisco suspended Lucky Baldwin's trainer, Win. ltrien, on the 20th, lor suspected crooked work. Apvicks from Tamatave say that the address Issued by Queen Ranavalo, wiring the Hovas to resist .the French, had been received by the people with frantic enthusiasm. A bill will be presented in the Ala bama legislature forbidding the play ing of football in the state, except by college teams, and by them only on their own grounds. Tiik regular cabinet meeting, on the 30th, was set aside, as.. on the three nrviimKnhint dnvs. The inclemency of the weather, probably,, prevented , - . A . i " " xne presioent irom nueuuiiin- Newspapers of all the political par ties in Berlin eulogize the d...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 8 December 1894

V; i. T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. B. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI MY CHILDHOOD'S SUNDAY. "jrTt-Kreat-)?reKrreat-rrndfthep, Whoee heart through mine la beating. Believed-good Puritan! 'twas sin Of sins to stay from meeting. On each Lord s day thej gathered twie-j, A patient congregation. And beard two long discourses through As food for meditation. But oh. what rest from Saturday, How brisk a start for Monday those grave old Pilgrim fathers had. With their old-fashioned Sunday 1 . "A vanished day," you say: and yet Fond memory's tears bedew it. For in my old New England home, A child, bow weU I knew tt! It colored all my early thoughts. My life was built upon it: I always said "my Sunday gown," My go-to-meeting bonnet." Vera common, bustling workaday s Were Saturday and Monday: But oh. my very best belonged To that old-f ashloned Sunday. Once more the great green box-like pew. Its high wall 'round me closes: I sit. a nosegay on my breast How sweet the damask roses! I softly wav...

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. — 8 December 1894

fWttElDjlEflC PLUG TOD ACCO newspapers. ALL THE PEOPLE WILL HEAD FOR THE Marshal Arnold is at his post in Washington. After the 4th of next March Norman A. Mosley will warm the seat now occupied by Mr. Arnold President Cleveland, in his annual message to Congress, has not a word to say about the Republican cyclone that swept across the country on the 6th of November. Cleveland's message to Congress oc cupies ten columns of space in the When a President learns how to say what he has to say in a column and a half the American people may do what they never do now read a President's Message. The Louisville Courier Journal has a leader on "Beyond Gabriel's Trum pet " Without reading it we take it for granted it refers to the Democratic party. The fellow whodid not run for office on the Democratic ticket is the one who had a happy Thanksgiving and looks forward to a merry Christmas. "The Southeast Missourian" is the new paper at New Madrid. It is pub lished by A. E. & M. A. Larey. If ...

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. — 8 December 1894

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. The. Daughters' of the Confederacy are making preparations for their hig ball at the com t house on the 27th of this month. They expect a large at tendance from the, adjoining counties, as well as our home people. Nat Frissell purchased the hide from the big bear that Ferd Lipp killed Friday evening. Mr. Frissell says he . will have it dressed for a lap robe The bear was a Southeast Missouri animal and Mr. Frissell prizes the hide highly for that reason. Leo Doyle has served notice on the City Council that the city must not damage his property when constructing a sidewalk in front thereof. The water works and the new all night electric light will be a big advertisement for the city. The Gan nons are investing a bigsum of money in these enterprises and they should meet with the encouragement they de serve. F. A. Kage has moved the horses and vehicles he did not sell to Ben Gockel up to the Anderson Abernathy stable on Good Hope street. Mr. Kage is now the owne...

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. — 8 December 1894

DUN'S COMMERCIAL REVIEW. The Complete Success of the Gonnmeil Bond tele llaa but Little Effect on Bui Mi-The Purchasing Power of the Cono. try on the Whole Mot Increased, mod th Fries of Farm Products No Better A Farther Fall In Stocks. New York, Dec. t. E. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade issued to day says: The complete success of the govern ment loan and the replenishment ol the gold reserve have not perceptibly affected business ncr prevented an ad vance of foreign exchange near to the exporting point. As January interest lifts soon to be met, and the operation: of the syndicate are thought likely tc prevent much selling of bonds to for eigners some exports of gold are not improbable. Meanwhile domestic trade and in dustry have not been much influenced by the heavy defalcation in one bank and minor disorders in two others, nor by the failure of the Erie railway to meet interest on its bonds. The clos ing of sugar refineries will diminish the industrial force more than i...

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. — 8 December 1894

1 I: 3.', BUetJba-k -Hrsat ac thm P-tea V Thepoeietytoi the Prereation of -Cruelty to Animal tu iasuK-J-.c---i "howing; how horses may Wiled scl- 1 . 'i.Mi IHI IM'HMIIiln IS I1VM cially for policemen,-who are ordipart- ftnffering- aalmals; ..That the inform-- .' tion, is jgTfeatlyneed; "both bj pblioe men and eitizaas' frfnerally, -was made ".noticeable by an Incident callecT to CB . attention ml Secretary Holbrook. - - i t A track horse belong-injr ; to 1 John . Morton broke one of its legs at the corner- of Eddy and Taylor1 streets . early in the morning. It was allowed to remain there snfTerinjr for ' many hours because no one could be found who would shoot it or who knew how. to put it out of its misery. - Morton; ' tried to find a policeman who could or would kill the animal, but his search was in Tain. ' Finally he went to the office of the- society mentioned, and Mr. Holbrook himself went to the cor ner where the horse was lying' and shot it The -animal died without a tremor....

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

TE3 XSLD Fdwsa w CONSUMPTION Xrpad laszlo. NnmonKio Jndante cax labile. COUCH At jngfct gVwwVi wWaiWCe;-. 1 SWEETHEARTS N0GTURN0. 4 - It. ! I 1. h iili Hi?-. Ca Cnrfcytt8 Dwteri! Ur SAVID BY WETS COTf FECT03U. -Seven yun ago, y wife had a ( even attaek of long trouble which the physicians pronounced eoofomptf""- j The eoagn wi extremely distressing. ( especially at night, and was frequently attended with the spitting of Mood, j The doctor being unable to help her, , I induced her to try Ayer"s Cherry Pee- j toral, and was surprised at the great relief It tare. Before using one whole ( bottle, she was cured, so that now she Is quite strong and healthy. That this J medicine saved my wife's life, I have not , the least doubt" K. Moras, Mem-1 pus, seno. e i mi Pi- oi Aycrsunernfraioiai acwlvad HlghMt Awards AT THI WORLD'S FAIR! wO0ww0OwdwOw0OI HE PUT UP BOARDS. Farmer Gibson Receive a Visit From Lawyer Atkins. "Might as well stop the huntin' one time's another," said Farmer Gibson to hi...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 December 1894

.1 . DEMOCRAT PRINTING 60., PublisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 28 4 IN COWBOY FASHION. (.rant Edmondson and Ben Ilenson Locked op for Carrying Conceal ed Weapons. Officers Wolford and McKenzie ar rested Grant Edmondson and Ben . Henson Saturday night in this city for carrying concealed weapons. When searched a pistol and a large knife were found on each of the young men. They were locked up to await a trial. This morning they were taken before the city Recorder and a fine of .fifty dollars and the costs was the re sult of the trial. Not hawing the legal tender on hand to satisfy the law they were returned to the city jail. The Percentage of Wrongdoers. I crossed on one of the big Atlantic liners lately, with 500 other saloon passengers. They were naturally peo ple of intelligence, and presumably of easy circumstances. Yet at least half of those people were planning to rob our government of money by contriv ing plans to avoid paying duties...

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. — 15 December 1894

T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAM8, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, - MISSOUEL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Proceeding nt the Second Session. I the senate on the 4th m resolution wan adopted calling for the official letters of Ad miral Walker while in command of United United States naval vessel at Hawaii. There was the usual deluge of bills and petitions In cident to the opening days of a session, none of them, however, being of public importance. ....In the nous a bill for the establishment of a national park on the site of the battle of Shlloh was passed. Ha Pkfteb's resolution calling for informa tion regarding the issuance of lands was adopted in the United States senate on the 5th. Bills were introduced for the free coinage of silver, making the silver dollar to consist of tlt grains of standard fineness: to form the state of Indianola out of portions of the In dian territory, and for an amendment to the sugar clause In the present tariff law st...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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