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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 January 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. n. ADAMS, Publisher. TAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. RULE XO. 182. BY EVAN ti FORGE CAKPEXTKR. HE CONVERSA TION fla-u-ed in the smoking room of the ''(Jentlem e n Elders'" club, and no one seemed i n clined to start a fresh topic. A wet Satur day, with no racing-, had made its de pressing influ ence felt, and general dull ness reigned; so much so that the man on the hearthrug had sunk to the level of reading-the "Agony Column" and skimming the births, marriages and deaths. A sudden appearance of awakened interest, and a muttered "By Jove! so he's pone," roused the man in the nearest smoking-chair. "Hullo:" said he, "what's the mat ter? Anybody dead?" 'Yes," said the man on the hearth "ug. "Listen to this, you fellows: On the 2Cth nlta. at Boulogne, the Hon. Montague Brabazon, aged G3.' Most of you remember Monty Braba aon. don't you?" "Yes," '"Yes," "Rather." and a "Well, I should smile," from the man who had been to America, indicated the general interest; so that when...

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. — 19 January 1895

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by TH6 Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Hon. John J. Sawyer, our represen tative" in the Legislature, is chairman of the Committee on Swamp Lands. A man with a b;e in his bonnet is a man in a bad fix, but the bee troubles lots of men these days. No law ever passed by the Congress of the United States ever diminished our foreign trade so greatly as the re cent Democratic tariff law. Grover may as well tear down those sentry boxes. What, aro they there for, if men like Hill can walk into the White House? The DunklinCounty Democrat admits the fact that Cape Girardeau county has statesmen qualified to fill anyoffice in the State from Governor down. We are pleased to know that the ability of our statesmen is recognized abroad. The case of the State against Arthur Duestrow, the double murderer, was called in the Circuit Court at Union, Mo., Monday, and Gov. Johnson, Duestrow's lawyer, got a continuance till the 21st of this month. Don'...

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. — 19 January 1895

-. t ':f -i PERSONAL AND PERTINENT! MONDAY. Hon. L. F. Klostermmn entertained a number of his friends at his resi dence last night. The CircHt rnl a ciniui- ay night at tea o'clock till the next'! regular term which wiil convene on the first Mondav in Mav Sheriff Randol was appointed by the i Circuit Court as the commissioner to ! -ll the real estate belon?in7 to the ! John Painter estate. The proieiv. we understand, wiil so' sold during the i of the Circuit session of the Mav terra Court ... C. t. Letten wiil not move out to Jackson till next spring. He will go out Monday morning of each week and remain in his office till Saturday eve-! mug. W. H. Miller, of Jackson. Dunkiin countv Saturday. went to Hon. George Houck. of BloomSeid, i in the city. Ex-Judge Maurice Cramer, of St Louis, is in the city. He came down ' last woek to attend Circuit Court at Jackson. Sheriff Uandol and Prosecuting At torney Snider came in from Jackson this ciorninF. Joseph V. day. Hobbs is in the city to- ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 January 1895

I . . .--- - v v at. ,' DUN'3 TRADE REVIEW. 'Bnt Little Chance In Btulnm Since the New Year, and That Not for Higher PricM InernuHHl fcotcaa the Kranlt of Overpro ductionNo r ail in Woolen Gondii I nder he Increased Tariff Duty Stocks Stronger. Etc Nkw York. Jan. 12. R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade, issued to day, says: Neither the beginning of the new . year nor the failure of the currency bill has brought any material change to business as yet. The idea that busi ness would suddenly take a ne w start after the holidays had rather less foun dation even than usual, but the hope of strong revival a little later is still cherished by many. The currency bill, with its possibilities of vicious amendments, was a source of appre hension to some, but with that out of the way, the deficiency of treasury re ceipts and exports of gold do not cease. Exchanges through principal clear ing houses are 2.5 per cent, larger than last year, but 24.2 per cent, less than in iS'JX There has...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 January 1895

THE MISSOURI TREASURY. The Annual Report or State Treaaarer Lan V. Stephens. State Treasurer Lon V. Stephens has , submitted to the Thirty-eighth pener al assembly his report of the transac tions of his department for the bien nial period of time from January 1, 1893, to December 31. 18C4. There was a balance in the treasury January 1, 1893. of S.r62,2T7.4S. The actual receipts from all sources during 18&3 were $3,382,33.98. Warrants paid in 1893 were 1,497,909.10. The actual receipts from all sources during 1S94 were SL5.K..4.32.14. Warrants paid in 1894 were $3,285,999.09. leaving a bal ance in the treasury at the close of business December 81. 1894. of S7U, 925.43. The greater part of the balance of $719,725.43 on hand December 31. 1SS4, belongs to the various funds as fol lows: Revenue fund u 135 state sinking fund jsn .W School moneys iws.ih: 23 r Seminary moneys :4.'H K Insurance department fund 1T.W11 B J:.Iecltoss?!r,.!3iitratos'fund.. 35.bJS IS I ihe treasurer then deta...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 19 January 1895

.A?. t t ' ' THE DEFICIT. The Country Will Have to Look to .the Republican Party for Better : .", ' Times. ' 1 Itris time to face facts. The trouble in which' tlie United States Treasury is involved is not due primarily to the defects in our currency system, grave as they are, but to a deficiency of revenue. The income of the Government is less than ite expenditure. It cannot pay its bills without borrowingmoney. The figures given out by the Treasury how that month by month we are run ning behind at about the rate of $70. 000,000 annually. During the first tan days of January the deficit was $0,213,744, or at the rate of $621,374.40 per day. We must get $70.000,0i)0 or more from some source. If we do not in crease income or cut off expenditures we must borrow to make good the deficit. We cannot cut off expendi- tnrps i fVinirpca i .rwt;tiitl tares, as congress IS constituted, Obviously we must increase income. It is to the relief of the Treasury that Mr. Carlisle should now direct h...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 January 1895

s.t. i DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Pufcllsbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1895. Vol. XIX No. 34 35 DROWNED. Went Down with the' Wreck of the Steam boat State of Missouri. Struck a Hock on the Indiana 'side of theOhio It Ivor and Sunk Sonic of the Passengers Rescued by a Passing I'raft A Yawl Swamped and Its Oicu pants Drowned. Owexsboro, Ky., January 20. The his discretion, at not less than par, in j Pensions adopted a joint resolution big- New Orleans packet, the State of coin, either of thedeseription of bonds for the relief of certain Missouri mili Missouri, struck a rock on the Indiana authorized in the resumption act or I tiamen. about 5 o'clock last evening and wont amount sullicient for theobjeets stated, i retary Keynolds. of the Interior De down in -111 feet of water. She gave a not exceeding the current deficiency of ' partnu-nt, holds that members of the heavy lurch forward and rapidly sank, revenue, bearing not to exceed 3 per j Missouri State Militia an...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 January 1895

11EY0LT IN HAWAII. The Long-Dreaded Uprising terializes at Last. Ma- Hwiln Natives Secure Arm and At eenapt the Capture or Honolulu They mn Met by a Small Hut Determined V tree of Whites and Overthrown. HosoLTMT, Jan. 10, Correspondence Uc United Press per steamer Ala cueda, via San Francisco. Jan. 18. On fae 5th, per the Australia, I reported what seemed to be an attempt, on the -3d, to arm the natives of Kakaako, be ;yonsd the marine railway. Such an at yt was actually made, and the coup 'Solxnd rifles from the steamer Wai :nnu&o was frustrated by the vigilance f the police. The second attempt wax tnsccessfuL On the evening of Saaday, the fith, as many, it is in evi--deooc&s 600 rifles were landed between Wxiaiae and Diamond head, nearly six -raxtmi from town. Some 500 natives were collected there and recei red the STORaad ammunition. The Wairaaua o, Capt. Davis, landed the rifles in whale boats. He brought them from "beyond Waialae, where they had fieen landed by the scho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 January 1895

P 1 -I r 1 HOME HINTS AND HELPS. Crystaliecl Xuts: Lay the nnt meats in the beaten whites of egprs. Btir and drain, beat what is left in the dish and what drains from them, and poar it over the nuts. Roll cacli one in powdered sug-ar and dry in a cool oven. Otanffe Judd Farmer. Hops.: One pint of milk, three egg's, one spoonful of butter, four spoonfuls of flour, mix together. Hake in plates in a quick oven. liutter while hot, place one above the other and orve. These are very nice for luncheon or tea. IJoston Uudget. Lemon Shortcake: Make the pastry part as for a strawberry or similar cake, and spread between the layers a paste composed of the grated rind ami juice of a large lemon mixed with a cupful of sugar and one of sweet cream. Serve immediately with lemon-ilavored sweetened cream as a sauce. (lood Housekeeping'. Ice Cream Frosting: One enp of sugar, one-fourth cup of water, one fourth cup of vinegar, l'.oil without stirring- till it threads. Ilemove from the fire, and when i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 January 1895

I f H The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printina Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1895. Business is picking up. Everybody says so, and the volume of trade proves it. Get ready for the crush when spridg; comes. A Democrat ic member of the Missouri Legislature has introduced a bill in the House to prohibit the hotels of Jefferson City from serving rabbits to the boarders during the sitting of the Legislature. That man wants to leg islate lor his own stomach. The powdjrexplosion at Butte, Mon tana, must take its place as one of the most a-.vfal catastrophes of modern times. The lesson it teaches is a trite one the danger of storing explosives in a city, a ad the nead of the strictest execution of tho laws forbidding such aa act. That Republican who said he was opposed to the nomination of a straight Republican city ticket is not a Republican from choice. He is a Re publican for oilice only. The Repub licans ol this city have determined to nominat...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 January 1895

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. MONDAY. The order of the Circuit Court ap pointing' a commissioner to sell the real estate belonging to the Painter estate will throw some valuable prop erty t n the market. . The wreck of the steamer Albert Willis will soon bo out of sight A rise of two or three feet in the river will completely hide it from view, and then when the Government undertakes to destroy the bull the wreckers will have to fish for it. The hard times are not caused by a scarcity of money. There is just as much money in the country now as ever but there is nothing doing to put it in circulation. A big wagon and carriage factory is talked of for this city. We saw a letter the other day from an Ohio man who says ho will come out here early next spring to look for a site for an enterprise of that kind. We have the location, we have the rawmatcrial and we want Iho factory. Cairo Argus: Mr. J. W. Curry, '.lack,'' made an electric wheel, rigged rith changeable lights, similar to the one in...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 26 January 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU, - MISSOUEL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Proceedings ot tho Second Session. Is the senate on the 14th Senator Sherman Introduced a bill providing for carrying into effect the international arbitration resolution adopted by congress in 1K. Speeches of Sen ator Gorman, of Maryland, and Senator Hill, of Xew York, on various phases of the tariff and financial situation at times weie full of keen personal criticism and satire directed at each other.. ..In the house the resignation of John G Black as representative at large from Illinois was tendered. The oleomargarine bill was discussed and a bill to provide for the en largement of the judicial system of Indian ter ritory was passed. The time in the senate was occupied on the I5th In further speeches in which the income tax served as a text for a wide range of discus sion on the tariff, the currency and the popu list platform The day In the ...

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. — 26 January 1895

TiHE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI. JOHN "ATLANTIC" BROWN. A Inn Story of a Gallant Deed. Dn a ship that sails to Glasgow, to "Anld Scotia" far away. Where the heather blooms to beauty and the mavis sings all day; "Where the moonlight melts to silver on the distant mountain streams. And the air is full of romance and the Poet Plowman's dreams; "Where spectral "Tam O'Shanters" and the ghosts of Scott and Burns Haunt the highlands and the lowlands, the mountains, fens and ferns; Where the lovely bonnie lassies make the Yankee tourists smile And dream of Annie Laurie and fair Mary of Arpyle: Ob that Glasgow ship Nebraska, sailing from old Gotham town. There it was I met the captain Capt. John "Atlantic" Brown. Brown, be halls from England, from the realms of Workington. He is bluff and strong and bonnie, for bis face is full of fun; "Yes. he's kind to everybody; but I vow he's somewhat sly. For humor flirts with wisdom in Brown's "At lantic" eye JCw my fr...

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. — 26 January 1895

f ... .. .v: i - , . I r: 51 1 V ( v i" 1 1' BELLE REYNOLDS. The Only Woman Ever Commissioned in the U. S. Army. She Was With llcr Husband at Cape Girardeau and Ulrd's I'olnt, '. Mis souri. Living- quietly at Santa Barbara, Cal., is Dr. Arabella i leynold.s. the mention of whose nanw is suilieient to kindle the eye of m.iny a v.-U-nin ! the late war. She is the only woman v..i-..immissif.nml in thi-. fnit'-l states armv. she having been raised to that honor by no less a person ihan "Dick" Yates, the war governor of this state. Mrs. itevnolds was born at Shelburne Falls. Mass.. but removed with ber ! parents to Iowa when i4 yea.s old. Her father was Dr. Macomber. the family havingincluded seven nu mbers nt ihmiui n.r..i.... i....-t.. ,,.h- ing school for a while in Iowa. Miss Macomberin IStiO married Mr. Key- ther. The third ivquisiUs 'or M'Mig u,i nolds and removed to i'eora. When trie ra.-e and making, h U-.-i i:u :; a-... the war broke out her husband joinu.l i women was purity in...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 2 February 1895

a ! - -j- ' 2 DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., FuDHsTiers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1895. Vol. XIX No. 35 READY FOR WAR. Fourth Batalion of Infan try Preparing to Move at Once tO AcapillO, To be Held There for Transportation by Sea for the Guatemalan Inv asion Wealthy Cltlzans Will Help Bear the Expenses of War. MEXIOO City, Mex., January 27. The 4th Batalion of infantry is making preparations to move from this city, its objective point being Acapulo, on the pacific coast, where it will be held with the other forces now there for the Guatemalan invasion if thus ordered. Both Mexico and Gutemala are still going on with the war preparations, and prominent Mexicans think the out- look is very gloomy for peace unless Guatemala reeeeds fromthebold stand she has taken. Francois Varona Muras, the Cuban journalist, who madi such a vicious attack upon Mexico in connection with the reception of the Guatemalan Min ister by Gen. Diax, is supposed to have left Vera Cruz yesterday by...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 2 February 1895

STATE TAXES. Gov. Stone Sends a Special Mes sage to the Legislature. tie Saye the Howie Enquiry Resolution Wm flatted Upon MiHlnformation. mad that 965,000,000 AVas Not Added to the Farmers Burden. State of Missoriti. sorm. I ARTMKNT, l2I, l&ft. ) KXECXTIVE 1KPA jEFrKsoN City, Jan. To the Hottse of JiepresntftUiret: The following resolution, adopted by the house of representatives, has been transmitted to me: "It'Motccd by the house of representatives of the Thirty-eight renerai assembly: "That the governor, as the principal member of the hoard of equalization, be requested, at his earliest convenience, to inform this house why the slate board of equalization, when thy found it nocCNsary to increase the taxable wealth of the state, placed an additional value of &&,0(XMji upon the farm property of the -state, instead of increasing t be taxable wealth of the railroads until railroad propertv shall bear its euuilable share of taxation, asdirected to do by the resolution pas...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 2 February 1895

AN IMPORTANT STATE PAPER. I The Biennial Report of State Anditor Sel bert Brady for the Public A Complete Financial Exhibit of the Workings: of the State Department. The biennial report of State Auditor James M. Seibert is out of the liands ol the public printer and ready for dis tribution to the members of the Thirty eifrbth general assemble and Ui the public This is the most important of all state papers, as it is a complete nnancial exhibit of the workings ol the state government. The subject of criminal costs is dis cussed and attention is called to the fact that the unpaid bills of ls94. now on file in his office, amo:mt to $117. 42G.50, which, with the S".25,000 esti mated for payment of bills in lS0r-95. make a total of S'42.420.50 to be pro- viaea lor by this legislature. This item of public expenditure, he says, has oeen about equal to 10 cents per capita of the population during; the past fifty years, and suggests, very pointedly, that if the laws were so amended as to bri...

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. — 2 February 1895

The Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by THe Democrat Printing Go 114 THEMIS STREET. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1895. AN XOl'SCEM ENT. FOR COUNTY SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. We are authorized to announce Thomas E. Joyce, as a candidate for the office of County School vuiuniiwiifufr si me comt g eieciioa There are a few Republicans very lew who are opposed to the nomina tion of a city Republican ticket. The ticket will bj nominated, nevertheless, and it will be elected too. No one can blame Judire Wear for protecting- his son. but it seems to us tnat tho Judire could have more sue cessfully covered his tracks as he left the Missouri Pacific hen roost. The proceedings in the case were, as the late Judjie Foster used to say. a little "onregulaiv' Agood many jxjoplo are talking of "the labor problem," yet do not seem able to define the phrase intelligently, Most of them seem to think it is the problem how to prevent any intorfcr ence with strikers on the part of any dody else. lne:ework leg...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 2 February 1895

PERSONAL AND PERTINENT. MONDAY. The new County Court will met next Monday. Brother Tate had a full house at the First Baptist church last night. John Edder purchased the Campbell farm that wag sold last Saturday un der deed of trust. Anton Haas purchased the Schuster farm that was sold to-day by the ad ministrator. August Bierwirth. The farm was sold subject to a mortgage held by John VogL It broughtone hundred and eighty-six dollars. After paying off the mortgage Mr. Haas gets the farm for less than five hun dred dollars abig bargain for a good farm within four miles of this city. Mrs. Giboney. the colored lady, at the hospital, from whose breast Dr. Porterfield removed a cancer some two or three weeks ago, is still improving and we understand she is in a fairway to fully recover. William Burgess is still confined to his bed, but his store is now open. Virg. P. Adams is clerking for Mr. tJurgess and ho will remain in his tore till that gentleman is again able to attend to business....

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 2 February 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. S. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI The lws Condensed. Important Intelligence From AU Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Proceeding nt the Second Heulon. OH the 21st Senator Frye's Hawaiian resolu tion was again debated in the senate. Mr. Gray defending the administration. The fortifica tions appropriation bill was passed and the conference report on the deficiency till was agreed to In the house a bill was intro duced autborixing toe issue of 3 per cent bonds and repealing the legal tender act of 1378. A bill appropriating K iOJ.000 for a new post of fice building in Chicago was passed. Mr. Breckinridge offered a resolution favoring the annexation of Hawaii. A favorable report was ordered on the bill passed by the senate to pro vide for gold and silver coinage at the branch mint at Denver. CoL Again the policy of the administration as to Hawaii was the subject of sharp attack and defense in the United States senate on the 22d. Petitions were presented from citizens of...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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