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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
The Democrat Printing Go.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offle rt Cape Girardeau,
Ho., a aeooiid-olass matter.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1899.
FOB COUNTY SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
We are authorized to announce
E. E. McCCLLOCfiH,
Principal of fjoriaiier Public School,
as a candidate for the office of County
We are authorized to announce
C. A. MACOM
as a candidate for Countv School
Commissioner at the April
FOR CITY MARSHAL
We are authorized v announce
BEX. E. HOLLADAY
.. .. .i. nt etrtd'd:'! for the
Kansas proposes to enact a ten-cent
tariff oj shaves. Tbat is certainly a
barberotis legislative performance.
Chicago has a war of languages on
hand and either German or Latin may
have to step down and out of the
course of stud v.
The spirit of annexation seems to
be rampant in the Philippines. New
towns are gathered in daily by Uncle
All the; Spanish eoiimimiiers who
c-: -A .Santiago aro to lie
col t- uartialed. 'Evidently the war
is t.. j. c j: -i :, j J ;u Madrid.
vv 1:1 !(.
t';.- roat may make the man.
j does not always make the
Chicago burglars have
found it quite
lovely help to their
A V,'a tliington dispatrh to Wednes
day's G2.-bo-D.Miioer.tt s;ts the tiyht
h ; . :
i-hip in this city Is
'err at hemic ti e '
to b- tak'ug things i
newspaiie." in St. -
-.".il" .-;! on things 1
--.-t iire t J
. g fight in
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fame. W: .
fi in an
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i'njiossihl,. t,, s.
ts 'o ii.e
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is i-noeav. i'i
it -no.! is .
f.ii- the ri'i'
ean'l Cape :
ihis Uitui' '
nations ei.- j
v:' unt' '"-'"' i
tiling - , .
No aef.irato. hkim o.
o-tred in war --m t;'""
. . I.i .. ..... r i T
lej, in ins iiuutc.- -
ket club banquet, in IVistoi
from pi-est-nt. etiiif. : oiu
at the ,
ami in t uba t.h
ter tf (
tracing of ucii J'ai
. .i:i;..i.ltt- rvr'i alter tile
Ono woman workin- anion- t. R'
snow hovelcrs in New York was dis
charged as soon as her sex was m.-
There wasn't any sentiment
about the "boss." The fact that -he
-inr money for her sick Uus-
band and was doinj: as
well as ttio"
of the shovel brigade ' liE had hy Ju,
not make any difTe.-ence. Onl , b Sund
n, wanted in municipal street '
ers aro u.-u
t..J" tn the city Saturday night
and Sunday morning John A. snider
came down from Jackson -and the Uo
.rentlemen were closeted for an hour
" t0 No one heard what passed
tbem. but they evidently met
w bv appointment and it is sup
posed the meeting was for the purpose
. -hioh nno of them had
Oi set-iititt- . ,
n1nrso netitions fov
.nfficfi aunlications. Mr. bniUt
understand. claim? tbat Mr, MiH '8
term f office as dispenser of post
offices does not begin till the 4th of
March, but Mr. Miley can't see it that
way and ho has been putting his name
on some post-offleo papers that Mr.
Sr.ider elairs., was his business.
Lon. V. Stephens has a Legislature
on his hands and the members of his
own party in the Legislature are
-.v., ,f . ., . , . ...
making it warm for the wicked little
n, ,,4 , ,
Governor. The aati-Stephens forcos
are doing much good. They are
making a split in the Democratic
party in the State and thereby shaping
things so that the State will go Re
publican in 1900. Let the good work
The passage of the navy personnel
bill by the United States Senate will
gratify every one who has the welfare
of that branch of the service at heart.
The amendments made were few and
unimportant. Doubtless they will
readily be accepted by the House and
the bill will soon be in the President's
hands. The need for this measure has
been frequently discussed, and at this
time it is only necessary to say that it
does away with eTils that have long
tended to mar the efficiency of a nat y
of which all are justly proud.
According to the program, Admiral
Dewey will sead a ship to the sultan
of the Sulu group of the Philippines
to make a sort of alliance with him.
it . . i. ! t . . . i;n. j : ,it :-rv?l. ivf ..,- ,....
than Congressman-elect Roberts used
to run. He is properly now a subject
of tho United States, or doubtless
soon will be. The constitution will
not allaw the governient to monkey
with his religion. His sultanas are a
part of his creed. What are we going
to do about it? Oh. yes, there will be
a few problems for the otith Congress
In Paris there are no difficulties in
tho way of ladies who desire to study
with the idea of bein? called to the
bar. but it appears that when they are
'::l!ni thc-ir troubles begin. A large
numljpj of barristers are airaiust wo
men advocates but a commission
wlncn l.as ivrently discussed the sub
ject was in favor of the ladies. The
decision has caused some excitement
in the Palaisde .Justice, far thu older
barristers by no means appreciate
modern Portias sitting in the court
under the eye of the president, though
it is rumored that the younger n;en
would generally welcome the Innova
tion. enator .Jci:e- say.-, t'n- Drm -ra?ii"
;io!-:!i of V-:'i ; --it;. In a r e
;! :.:!:. .".ryan V - .-,-v--!
it..t.;iy s.teJ t!:e sain- ilii.i.
' S ' V
jn-oliability, sui'-ilal as tirs
would he, is that .I ones and
ire corie.-t in pregnos: i-
caimiis. Six months r a year airo
the llepubiieai.s woaid not have be
lieved that the Democrats would be
insane c-noiiiiii t tea:nt fate with the
i silve r ii;:iaey aain, but the indiea
! t'uns nov. -are tlial tllev will tin this
verv 1li!i!.r. Aimaivnt I v iii'-v v.ill lie
fore (l to this course by til" nt t essity
of l-:--e!iin'r at least a smali framriit
t' .- si
iarty intact as a n t-leu
e. Aiiti-e.;i;i:isli.n. as
!. ! irva-ii',-- i: !..- i
! to fa ;
have no otbi-r i-
,-lle I X
for the I'.,-;:
Washington's liom.- has
sl.irrfi anil preserved to the
i tl'.t abi.-e'Vor's of 'The Mount Vor-
noil Ladies" Association of the I ni.-.m.
an t.:':!':i n :..:-ion
la 1 1 !i L
ami t'overivd bv ladies, a vice recent
repres.'iiliiiir each s'ate. Ifow inlelli-
jrt.fstly tbi- work has Ix i-n perfonn-'d
every visitor to Mount Vernon can
t.-',ifv. The estate
and beildinirs as
they are cared for are a remarkable
realizatitni of what was once but a
patriotic id.-:-, that scarcely seemed
p,.aeticab!e. lint the faith and energy
tf American women turned it into a
f.,el- The- association maintains the
).(lM..y aM,i its means must come
it ap-1 fi-ni the country at lar-je. It hap
s in the jns that Missouri's contributions
I,., vo billcn Ik-ioiv its due shai-t Of
..iiii'se this is tinlv because attentitm
l,:m not Ix-en ilirin-ted tn the snbiect.
Missonrians will be triad to remedy
the oversiirht. Globe Democrat.
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SPAIN LEARNS ICO LATE.
The Heraldo d Sladrld Publishes a
. . .
Speech hj Oe. Prim on Or
Vast Military Power.
El Heraldo de Madrid, in a revulsion
of feeling. Las much now that is ami
able to bay about the United States.
In a recent issue it republished a speech
delivered in the Spanish senate in 1SC3
by Gen. Prim, the famous Spanish gen
eral, who had just returned from a visit
to the United Stales, and who was as
sassinated in the streets of Madrid
some time afterward. Gen. Prim,
cpeaking about the military power of
the United States, evidences of which
he had witnessed during the early
progress of the civil war, and desiring
to enlighten his colleagues concerning
"For a long time it has been believed
in Spain, and in fact in all of Kurope,
that the United States has been a na
tion of business men, without either
military spirit or military elements,
and for that reason unable ti make
war, even within its own confines. Eu
rope can now be convinced, however,
that such is not the esse. The people of
the Uniteil States are aware that the
most powerful nation of Europe is un-
t-:r i. r-' '.-V -r7v -:! : in t"(e '
t estn'ii licuiifpueic. il wouitl he tt
matter of greatest ease for the United
States to transport an army of 100,
!)C0 men. with immense material of
war, to any part of the contir.ent. but it
would be a difficult and alir.ost impossi
ble thing for any nation of Europe to
transport even 50,000 men to the United
States without exposing it?elf to de
feat and everlasting discredit.
"I had the pleasure and hmior while
In the Uniled States to visit one of the
armies of the north. Tt was the Armv !
of t tip Potomac, commanded by the il
lustrious Vcn. McClellan. and was com
posed of over 100,000 mm. I can assure
the senators tlist this army, because
of the reonle ivho ri.mven it. their
military spirit, tin ir su; , ;: di.-:-!plinr. j
tl.cir voluntarv sr.iriC-e ::::d '.Ik ir Im- I
r.'.rn-e mate ria'. rc--".'.' be pi't before an"
arm;, ir, the world. Art! it must not lit:
thought that the bloody battles which
aro liow transpiring in the United
States will leave it impotent and help
less. Even if it came to :he worst
which could befall the coiir.try the
reparation of the north nr.d the south
(he jiower of the country wo! r.ot have
bteji diminished, l or tin.
ask and counsel the state?
country to bo ever .r.t--United'
K I for
- l:.:e t.
'!.': .- nu 1
! ' rf ;
d it Ui 1-
av.:i r it v
v.ould nr.r have
vatir.g (inr:i v.-ouni.'.-.
ut it i
i -iT,. t of aggri- j
5?KCULD ICE? TUEJI ALL.
: r ":i n -Tin
r.. t-T l lrh. Ksr:
t it:; .srcinK' t'nii
;.r:r.oi!. of Utah,
hi i sympr.thy with
; t-r.:-t v. iiiei: would
'r-.-::i.'s b( nciit tho
that policy in the fa
not haul tiovr. for :
i.. :- t-1 I V Ad:
:ir;il I'ev.cv's or-
frv's l:,"ft con- I
',.. -. !:e r.iti that !
. . -: . ! " l: I - : "!
i. n a t-ii:.Ii : ion of !
' r : ovc i i :j;r.ty !
. r i:
ir.d I'errio I.'iei-. 1i;t !
. ,- b-r cab f -'i!..: y in the far i
V. . :.,-i,:re :.t -r..-e."' he ptidetl.
!:. i.d t .' i'.iert o l: ire. and at She '
!..: '.: oi.i t:f t i.i eslaiiii -l.iiUMit of ;
:!:. - :;t in Cuba that island v.i'.l ;
atti our possession. 3-v the time '
ar set tl
t d there the island will
I i-eoti'.e so far
t!:c firs! act i f free ''ovornment
v.::i b.- to attach itself to the j
i,: st.-.tts. We will take the Phil- j
. .-ii i; it is: ri.-rht that we should j
:,. I: i., !i e ::sni-;fet destiny of I
: - ve!:iii.e::t to develop a great
i- t.si the "at-itU.."
A GOOD SUGGESTION.
ostiilrl tii:d .ITeiiicril as Well as Mll-
j- Itcirurtl.t tr Sldior to Be
Lent for I'nture tie fere nee.
A special to the Tribune from Wash
ton tays: The Mip-pcstion that the
l-pi'.ai anil medical as well as mili-
tarv records of ai! officers and soltacrs
tili.-ted in the war against Spam be
arcfiilly made au.t preserved as a part
of the permanent records of the war
tepartraent in order lo facilitate the
adjudication ami payment of lutiiru
laims for pensions, it appears is uemg-
favorably considereu by the higher o-
iieials of the department. Theplansuff-
posted is so practical and easy of exe-
ution at a niotierate exicnse oi time,
and is withal one from waich botn 'Jie
'overiiment and claimants for pensions
will derive such benefit, that it seems
strange nobody ever proposeu ii, iuur
a"o. There appears now to De a iair
probability that it will be adopted and'
carried out. as r.o legislation Mill be
needed to set it in motion.
Compulsory Vncelaallon tea Japan.
I?v an act of parliament "passed-in
1S9G, and signed iromediatiy by the
mikado, revaccinatioa at periods of
live years was luatie comirtlsory upon
every Japanese, no matt w what his or
her station in life may be. Taccina-
tion is done with lymph from calves
only, which is, procured from vaccine
vtablishracnts owner and controlled-
5v the government, and which is dis
tributed pratis. .Vny attempt to evade
revaccination r.t the stated periotls is
made a serious offense and is treated
as a crave dereliction against public
health. The result is that smallpox.
'.nee the curse of the islands consti-
I tuting the realm of Japan, is now all
.eiDinn WelBh More Than French.
Germans weigh nearly ten pounds
more than Freucumen.
OUR TRADE OUTLOOK
i That with South Africa Has Untold
Oae of Ita ObTloaa Featurea at Prea
eal la the Foothold Already
Galaed by Catted States
A special to the New York Tribune
from Washington says: Not only is
it true, as asserted by Consul-General
Stowe in bis long report to the state
department, on the imports into South
Africa, made from Cape Town, that
trade in that region has nntold possi
bilities, and that one of its obvious
features at present is the foothold
gained by United States goods, but it
is also true that the trade of this coun
try with the British and Dutch com
munities of southern Africa tends to
vteld together in a common brother
hood the peoples w ho are interested in
the trade and strengthen the bonds
tbat bind them in sentiment. These
are the world's freest and possibly
happiest communities. It is therefore
a matter of deep interest to the lover
t:f free roveriimret ov the orifina
: lil.-riH- :i;oilc a v.cii to :hc c.
; trprising 1 radesmau and manufactur
er, that the commerce of this republic
with South Africa ii largely on the ia
c lease and has already reached a
highly respectable stage of develop
ment. The trade of the United States is
mainlv in foodstuffs. Anion? the ar- k
tides mentioned as baring- held their
own in the last year stp electrical
Roods and appliances, strel and iron,
tools, noes, forks,
hardware. silver-i!ated Ware, furm-
tore and window glass. A a improved
demand for drilling and hoisting ma-
hinerv and oil ?as engines is noted.
'Jnsrlar'ti. it is stated, sort more goods
in is:7 lean evt r before. Kngli.sli ship
pers iirt-o i hat they are not on the
sra foitirig with Ainrrleans cad Ger
;nar Tiiey Lope that preferential
rates to American shippers will be
The imports into South Africa ag
gregated last year $129.1jO,12J, of
wnich Tape Colony took $S7.1-13.927.
His trade came- from the fo??o-ing
;oi.rtries: Great Britain and pcr!es-
-;iors, i ...)-;; umifd nraies. ru,-
l.;l.t)7l: iicrmany. $:.S-.iSs; o.uet
re.mfrtins rountrK's. $15.74.'.!;91 ; for
i irn countries nof competitive. 16.
i. The f" .-.!,-' 'nt'v. tj.c great sil- r
' ' n-:u !:." .-.etrtrv. ort only rili'-ut
" V ' . ; --:.':ite(: ..,.r-. 'o
' : .1. t'.ii tain's i:tariy ?Io.(:i'i0. It is
!;:: - .-iel: thi sann way as to msa-t.f-icf.irt
d I'.iiacfo. a.d worse as to
.vh's!;v. 'y et.t.ip.iriso:! with the UnJff
The ttifiil iir.i(-rts e.f ("ape
r t-'C v.ort- -:;!.2; !.!?;: for 1
'..7.7. Ti:f e;-o:t tt v. rej-ee-f ivt
. ?:- ! n. ami f:;7.t;i;-7..
Ait .. J A
.Auu;lit-r 'i ri.t .;tva Ttcf t!io Xeyt
VttrK 5I?:.-'ti ! itiiouni Snli.Hll
(tile 't I fsiuintelj Hrrsrrr.
r. Si :j-t
in. of .Now
: v.-i :ltii- f tr weeks
art in. t it; b! :nti su!)
,a:r Cltartt- l!i-t;ad-i
r Icny: cd satisfac
at -.'!.". West Fortt-
A n.ci; ' ;:e;-
'.itu'.e for Miliin
ay i.i.ii.-s. be;.';.
' ;ry test w::sriu
.';'.t!t street n
;e preset ce oi" several.
a ere matie
; iZKi r.i'v. - :ia pe-f rr. t-Test ss
;y tl;:.-e v. he rnv. Martin
-.wo years nan,
rho uw hi ir
ivti'ii lie -jfiia'.. nard'
:l i rem t". 2i ! nss, nun"
!;' iu four v-'it.-ks aj;o
'"h; v tn re air;a.el
at "ibi j-rr.jrres:.
I -iwartl rect.-'-ry. ji
i Martin sat in a room it Itfr. Cassi
I v v's house u tt :l e'kcd ttislop to a win - j
i tiow. lie Icr.pvd brisily irom bischai?
I -ind walked around the table between;
j vrral chairs art! stood Jeforc a light
' tllilfe tlil IV.l ll.l in .1.1 , (,.7 .in , i .i
i Four weaks ag-o Mai-tin describe-ii
! the dress atitl rreneral appearance of a;
man a foot away. On the t?ay of t fte
last test he stood four feet oi and jrartt
a much mare minute e7escr.pt ion thai
ho eould givw at the former test.
Martin stood four feet away fnr
James F. Hyde, the theatrical man
jcr. and ealled attCTrciort to a wiite
iiutton ao. ir.ch in width, T-hich wao m
the lapel of 3Tr. Hyele'i coat.
DEVOTED TO MISS GOELET.
l.t.rd Herbert Scott,. Son of Dafco orl
BncIench, Aaplaea to IlantLat.
Xew York Hetreas,
Lor i Herbert Scott, son of ta duke
of BrJrcleuch, is payinff etevoted atten
tion to Miss May Soelet at Uomburg
lie :a a young; man, is trying hares t
raisa a mustachav and looks diminutive
beside his big. older companion. Ttr
All the GocVts and all the Bac-
clteuchs are at llomburp. The- yonnjj
people met last May while- crossing on
yie tucama. Lrd Herbert s irevotion
began with arushiamiiloceauandhas
nver wavered. His father is one oi
the riehest cTnkes in England, but Her
bert is the fourth son.' and stands no
chance for the title
Despite this affair, whica appear
quite mutual, the latest gossip says
Miss, Goelet will eventually marry
Pricee Francis of Teck.
Sncar to Prerent Exhaustion.
A little sugar taken with water, not
too cold, in case food is not obtainable,
will relieve any feeling of exhaustion
and sharp hunger.
First Prince of Walea' Grandfather.
No previous prince of Talea has been.
FOR SPEED, SAFETY
AND COMFORT TAKE THE
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
The Favorite Route Between the
North and South.
3T. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
Land Excursions to the South at
intrival to suit the convenience of
everyone wishing; to see the Garden
Spot of America.
or any portico in the South.
For time, ticket rate or othar in
formation call on your nearest ticket
agent or addrras
E. E. POSEY, f. P. A. Mobile, Ala.
A. J. Kent, At Murpbysboro. 111.
BIG BARGAINS AT
H. A. LEHER'S
Stoves asI Tinware.
Largest and cheapest house in -Southeast
Kroadway, CAPE GITiARDEAT'rMO.
J. D. DEAHE, Proprietor.
7-!-lM3 S. Sixth Sti-ect.
ST. LOUI.-i.. : : : MISSOURI.
B'.Huintr and Furniluiv
TrartJicnts solitited. au:
Tjiss 5l;nstir;e uripeeler,
StensaraiiHer and Tupewritsr
. : t
I AM 88 YEARS OLD. "n'lneteraatd
a.iy rxiieily eiiuai to Itt. Bell s Plne-Tar-Eo37.
It sives qu;?k Ami permanent felief
Is Rrtp as weU asconjMtriml rolis. It makes
mt i mn strons- Mrs. K A. Meuaifa,
for sale at L Ft-n.
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The welx known bakerr has opened a
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wiil keep a full supply cf genuine Rye
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