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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 December 1894

) ME DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIBARDEAU. MISSOOTIL ABOUT A GIRL CALLED BUNNY, Hppy little Bunny Romps through all the day. Finds the world a tunny. Good old place to play. When she's tired her mother Books her girl to sleep. And the blessed angels Watch ber slumbers deep. When she wakes she laughs and Tumbles from her bed. With her bright eyes smiling From her tousled head; Isn't very patient While her hair Is eurled Wants to hurry and renew Friendship with the world. World Is glad to see her Missed her all the night While she roved In dreamland With ber eyes closed tight. Tlsn't very strange that Hearts, howe'er so wild. Open wide their doors to her Sweet and happy child. Philip L Barker, In Chicago Reoord. FEXELLA. .A Story of Two Very Memorable Meetings. 'Richard, you are sure you know low to work all those ropes and things?" said Mrs. Markheiin. She -was seated in the well of the yacht Kestrel (two and a half rater), and the yacht Kestrel bobbed up and down on the ...

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. — 15 December 1894

7 ; v - s. John Burns has been in this country several days, and denies that ' he has any knowledge of America. In this he is different from the majority of Englishmen, who after spending half a day in New York presume to be able to criticise everything American. . Albert Deileign. the Representative in the Legislatui-e from Seott comity is one of tha best educated members of the Legislature from Southeast Mis souri. IIo is not a great orator, but with a i'n he i u at homo. "Whi-'n Democratic papers gleefully announce that the Xiedringhaus works for makin.f tiu plate at St. Louis had resumed work they are kindly request ed to add that this resumption of work takes place with reduced wages. Germany's protest against the dis crimination by this country against German sugar has-been laid before Congress. Hut the outlook is that the discriminating duty against German sugar will not le removed at this session. The editor of the Dunklin County Democrat will attend the ball in this city on...

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. — 15 December 1894

''i We call the attention of our readers to" the advertisement of D. A. Glenn, which appears elsewhere in to-day's Democrat. Mr..Glenn is offering some oig bargains in clothing. -- The tickets are out for the ball to be given by the Daughters of the Con federacy on the 27th of this month. A man who will beat a church would rob his grandmother of her burial robe. Our Justices of the Peace all seem to have plenty of business. The Cape Girardeau Building and Loan association will issue the Tenth Series of Stock, to be dated December 17th. 18&4. Application for shares can be made to the Secretary, Henry A. Astholz. The Daughters of the Confederacy xwe working hard to make a grand success of their ball on the 27th of this month. Editor Pigg. of the Farmington News, was in the city last Saturday. Frank E. liurrough killed a large i-ed fox on his.farm near this city last w.;ck. Joseph Meyers declines to serve as one of the Directors of the Fair Asso ciation. Ho says he served five year...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 December 1894

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE The President Makes His Annual Communication to Congress. A General Bertaw of Oar Foreign mnd Domestic Relations and a Resume f Secretary Carlisle New Currency Scheme PrefltufeAt Cleveland's message to the second session of the Fifty-third con gress was submitted to both houses. It is as follows: To the Congress or the united States. The assemblage within tbe nation's legislative halls of those charged with the duty of making laws tor the benefit of a generous and free peo- tle impressively suggests the exacting obllira. tion and Inexecrable responsibility involved in their task. At the threshhold of such labor now to be un dertaken oy the congress of the United States and In the discharge of an executive dutv en joined by the constitution. I submit this com munication, containing a brief statement of the condition of our national affairs and recom mending such legislation as seems to me neces sary and expedient. Foreign Affairs. The history of our recent dealing...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 December 1894

WEALTHY SMUGGLERS. rrsnweat Citizens aa Ptihlli- Bwlnril, Ttaa Collector Hu Them oa Hli List Ha Will Ulvo Them aa Opportunity to Com forward and Pay Bp, Falling la Which may vriu De Exposed. New York. Dec il Coiiwtm- urn. breth of the New York customhouse has a Christmas gift for Uncle Sam that is calculated to stir society circles in tins and other large cities to the , lonndation. It is in the shape of an thenticated information that certain well-known Americans, many of whom are leaders in other things besides so ciety, have been detected smaegliujr Paris finery and valuable trifles of vari ous descriptions through the New York customhouse. THE COLLECTOR IS VfM. The collector vill not divuljre the details of his investigation, but the main facts are well known to his subordinates, and when the story is made public as it will undoubtedly be. it will create a sensation. Judge Kil- breth s lynx-eyed inspectors have been at a loss for some time to account for the large number of trun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 15 December 1894

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., PublisHers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 29 WITH HIS BOOTS ON.; THE MOSS ESTATE. A Brother of Ex-Judge O' Bryan, A suit to Itecovc-r 8:!0,500 on Bail- road Kond Coupons The Virginia Trust Co. began suit j in the Circuit Court of St. Louis against ! the St. Louis Trust Co., administrator ; of the estate of Thomas J. Moss, for s:w.,.00. The bill alleires that Moss .... ... (guaranteed tne payment of interest -William j coupons of COO of the Tennessee Mid land Kaihvay first mortgage bonds and of T(i4 of its second mortae Meets IIU Death at the Hands of an Kxpress Agent. Cairo, III., December 18. O Bryan, who was one of the three men who held up and robbed an Illi nois Central train on May-field bridge j bonds, and that interest to the amount two years ago, was killed in a saloon of ft.K.,VH is due and unpaid, with in- brawl at Whiting, Mo., last night. interest on that sum. O'Bryan and a party of his associates were playing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

V iV i !; Ji -t. .A- lb OUN'S COMMERCIAL REVIEW. .A Compsratire Statement or Pay-RoUs far November Show an Increase Over Last Year In Some Industries More Haadsare mX Work than In 1893 Slight Advance la .Stocks The Boot and Shoe Boom, Etc. New York, Dec. 15. R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade issued to day savs Dun's review is enabled by the kind Bess of several thousand manufactur ers who have forwarded statements of their pay rolls for November of this .year, in 1893 and in lfKJj, to make a ery encouraging comparison of earning-, for that month, which show an increase in total payments of 15.2 per cent. over last year, but a decrease of 18.3 per cent, in comparison with 1892. The accompanying statement of hands employed shows that in the establishments 10.2 per cent, more persons were employed than .a year ago, but 8.6 per cent, less than iu 1892. The average earnings for over 250,000 hands is 4 per cent, larger than in 1893, but is 14 per cent, less than in 1892, and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

INCOME TAX KETUENS. RegTilatiouB Approved by the Sec retary of the Treasury. Who Are Subjoct to the Taxation How to Jttake Krtui-ns What the iroM Gains, Profit mad Income Include Deductions. Allowed. Washtsotos. Dec. 14. The secretary of the treasury yesterday approved the income tax regulations. Every citizen J V u . Lv OTUGbUCl ICO!UlUj at home or abroad, and every person residing or doing business in the United States who has an annual income of more than $3,500 is required to make return under oath by the first Monday In March in each year. The first re turn is to include all income received In the year 1894, from January 1 to De cember 31. Guardians, trustees and all corporations acting in any judi cial capacity are required to make similar returns for minors, wards or beneficiaries. Persons having less than $3,500 annual income are not re quired to make returns. All incomes of 84,000 and over are taxable at 2 per cent. The person making return is re quired to make affidavit th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

A- Georgia and Tennessee are indicting white cappers. By and by they will look with disdain on ballot-box stuff ing down there. The next thing- Grover will be ex tending the civil service rules to in clude the President of the United States. The Mayor of I ronton has resigned and the council of the little city by the mountain of iron ore has ordered a special election to fill the vacancy. Nat Phillips has- instituted suit against Butler county for sixteen thousand three hundred and fifty-eight dollars and sixty three cents, as his fee for attending a law suit for that county. The fee has not yet been allowed, and probably never will. If Nat Phillips gets his sixteen thou sand dollars attorney "S'fee from But ler county he will be a hard man to beat for the Democratic nomination for Congress two years from now. It takes money to get the lemocratic nomination for Congress in the Four teenth District, and Mr. Phillips is aware of this fact. Every day it beeomesmore and more difficult t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. "A Tax-payer" asks the editor of the Cash Book some qnestions in an article elsewhere in this paper that -we would like to hear that wicked news paper man answer. Major Mitchell of the Government River Engineers, arrived in the city yesterday and he has been out looking at the wreck of the steamer Willis He says the Government will remove the wreck soon. Morrison & Davis, realestate agents, sold a lot 50x180 feet on south Sprigg street the other day to Frank Under utall for nine hundred dollars. See the piano advertisement of Prof. Eckhardt elsewhere in this pa per. Mr. Zeigler has put down a nice sidewalk along his property on Good Hope street. Theo. Besel has been appointed auditor of the Perryville and Clary ville Railroad with headquarters in this city. William Paar and lady. Judge Koehler and lady and Fred Goyert and lady, of Jackson, came in Sunday evening to attend the wedding of August Goyert and Miss Sophia Go ckel. There are a few fellows in thi...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

Georgi: , white y vlopk w T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. II. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOUSL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parti CONGRESSIONAL. Proceedings ot the Second He loo. A MsoLtmoK iu offered In the senste on the 10th calling on the president to begin ne gotiation, to secure the Independence of Cuba. Senator Morgan spoke in favor of the Nic aragua canal bill In the house bills were In troduced to annex that portion of Arizona north of the Colorado river to Utah; to pro hibit the printing of any words or devices npon the American flag by individuals, and to provide for the settlement of labor troubles by arbitration. OH the Uth Senator Morrill (Vt.) spoke at length In the senate In opposition to various financial measures Introduced by Senator Pef fer (Kan.) providing for the issuance of large urns of greenbacks The Nicaragua canal bin was further discussed.... In the house the bill amending the Interstate commerce act to per mit of railroad pooling was pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. -CAPE GIBARDEATJ. - MISSOUEL THE CRANBERRY HARVEST. .'How the Toothsome Relish Is Prepared foi the Market. Did yon ever see a cranberry bog? Imagine a broad, level surface, wind ing1 in and out among the low hills like a lake, but green as a meadow. From a swamp of huge cedars, such as had once covered the site of the bog itself, a little stream lan down through the center of the plain. At intervals banks of earth crossed the bog at right angles to this stream, in which sluice-ways were set, so that the ditches that di vided each section, like a chess-board, could be filled, or the whole bog turned into a lake. The vines must be care fully defended from the frost, and this system of flooding accomplishes the purpose perfectly. When the berries arc ripening in the fall the ther mometer is carefully watched by those in charge of the fields. Should the mer cury fall to thirty-four degrees Fahren heit the water is at once let in so as to partly cove...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 22 December 1894

Daughters ot the Confederacy Ball. The Daughters of the Confederacy ball will take place on the evening of December 27th. Sines it is well known that the object is to secure funds to help sustain the Confederate Home of Missouri, it is hoped it will bo a great financial success. The following well known ladies and gentlemen haveconsented to act on the several committees: RECEPTION COMMITTEE. GENTLEMEN. Col.R. Sturdivant. Mrs. Judge Ilanney. " Jud-fo S. Albert. Judre A1lx. Koss. Judrel.L. Wilson. " Hon. L. K.KIohUt- " m:inn. G. W. Travis. L. J. AllK-rt, N. C. Frissell. LADIES. J. IL Kider, J. li. Dennis. S. S. Harris. S. Albert, C. (livens. 11. II. WhiU? law. J.DI'ortertield L. S. Joseph. U F. Kloster mann. (i. W. Travis. Adam Weber, I). A. Glenn. It. Carroll. Hiram Doyle. (.'. W. Juden. 11. G. White law. H. I Hunze, P. H. Di'mpsev. I. li. Miller. Joel T. Nunn. A. Uierwirth, G. H. Wilson. W. C. Patton. Al Chen ue. Frank Rodney, R. E. Gannon. K. Engeltnann, It. U Wilson. John rit. Avi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 29 December 1894

X Mm DEMOCRAT PRINTING 60., Pllblisliers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1894. Vol. XIX No. 30 TAUGHT A NEW WAY. A Trick In Killing Turkeys that Was Altogether Successful. A young couple from New York borrowed a farm for a week not long ago. Some friends, who own a little place in Cheery Valley, were going away for a visit, and they proposed that the young New York couple should lock up their flat, bring their servant with them and enjoy the snap of an early winter month in the country. They went They know more now than they did then. The owners of the farm stayed for a day and showed them about, and the departing host showed his successor a very tricky way of killing a turkey. Instead of chopping its head off, or wringing it in the old-fashioned way, he took it by the feet and snapped its head lightly against a atone, as though it had been a whip. The spinal column was nearly broken without any of the struggles and agonies usually attend ant upon the death of a fo...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 29 December 1894

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publtaher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURL An increase in the Russian duty on eotton imports has been approved by the imperial council in order to protect native planters. Eugene Kelly, the well-known millionaire banker of New York, died, on the 19th, at his hcfce in that city. He was 86 years old. Judge Cabpenteb, in the United States circuit court at Boston, on the 18th, decreed that the telephone patent 1.635,669, issued November 17, 1891, to Emile Beliner, be declared void and delivered up to be canceled. Br direction of the president a medal of honor has been awarded in the name of congress to David F. Day, private Co. D, Fifty-seventh Ohio volunteers. for distinguished bravery in an assault on the enemy's works at Vicksburg, May 22, 1863. The oldest inhabitants say that Wyoming's record in wind velocity was beaten on the 20th. At 12:30 p. m. the signal officer at Cheyenne reported seventy-two miles per hour. Consid erable damage was done at Fort Rus sell,...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 29 December 1894

UNTRIED, unknown and fair. With deep, mysterious eyes and starwreatbed hair, Untouched by any breath of sin or shame. Tjndlmmcd by care the brows white flame. The New Year meets as. face to face. Laden with gifts of praee: rhe wealthy hours, with unknown blessings fraught. .Fair space for earnest toll and fruitful thought. For kindly word and generous deed. For binding up the hearts that bleed. For conquering self and sin. For waxing strong within. Alas! all pale and raid. "Mid drifting snows, withered and shrunk and old. We see the Old Year's sad. accusing ghost. Ladjn with treasures we have lost: The wasted hours, the deeds uuwrought The Idle word and thought, rhe waiting good wherein we weakly failed. 8harp testa of life, where strength or courage quailed; The gracious toll we might hare shared. The lost for whom we mUht have eared Sweet Heaven, how can we brook The Old Year's ghostly lookf Ah. let ns gaxe no more On loss and failure that hare gone before: The future still hath s...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 29 December 1894

.' The friends of Tho. E. Joyce will urge tyn to make the rtvoe next spring for County School Commissioner. Mr. Joyce Is a practical man in school work, and he would make a splendid County Commissioner, f The anti-anarchist bill should be nuBhed through the lower house of Congress. It passed the Senate last winter, and there should be no aeiay in makinsr it a law. No anarchist should be allowed to land in America. The date of the next national en campment of the G. A. R. has been fixd on Seutember 11. at LouiSTiiie. The dedication of the Chattanooga and Chickamauga national park will take Tliir the followin? week, ana tnou sands of veterans will go thence from the Louisville meetiug. The Mosquito Indians have formally incorporated their reservation with Nicaragua in due official form. This puts an end to the claim Great Britain has been endeavoring to establish of a. protectorate over the Mosquito tern tory, and leaves her without any pre text for interfering with the Nicaragua cana...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 29 December 1894

V PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. Will Frenzel came home from Little Rock, Arkansas:, to spend the holidays "io tnu(. w in is miner in a big: mill at Little Rock. He tells us the mill has a capacity of four hun- area oarreis or flour per day. It runs and night and then cannot supply ww uowauu iur uuur August Bierwirth and William Woeleke were elected members of the Board of Directors of the Fair Asso ciation last Saturday. Sam Davis is going to build himself a house out in the West End next spring. This is rough weather for railroad building but two hundred men are lay ing track on the Kennett and Pemis eot county road. Died, in this city, December 26th, 18M, Alda, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fisher, aged one month and one day. ine remains of a man by the name of Taylor were brought to this city from Sst. Louis Tuesday for interment. Died, in this city December 25th, 185H, rredoline Frueh, aged about forty years. The deceased had been confined to his bed for several months, The s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 29 December 1894

V 4t UNDER THE PAPAL UAN. Odd Fellows, Knight of Pythias and Good Tampion May Not Be Children of tho , Chareh The Clorgv Notlfled by Mr. 8a. toll! that the Long-Pemllnc Question Bu ' Boon Settled Tho Penalty of Dlsobod leaiee. St. Louis, Dec 21. The Republic nbiishes the following: In a. drawer or strong box in tbe -.Irehiepiscopal residence on Lindell fcouievard there lies a letter whose promulgation will create throughout the length and breadth of the country profound interest and not a little ex citement; a letter which may give rise V a controversy of world-wide impor tance, and which is sore to carry in its 2raia far-reaching consequences. It is a letter to Archbishop Kain from Mgr. Satolli, and in it the papal able gate announces the decision of his holi ness. Tope Leo XIII., in the long-pending dispute over the right of Catholics to hold membership in certain secret societies without forfeiture their priv ileges as communicants of the church. The pope through Mgr. Satolli, pl...

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