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DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publishers.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1898.
Vol. XXII No 44
And Mrs. Mariam T.
l'limi'd to ltcatli Saturday Nlht
Was I. Tins on tlc ISeil Ueadin-;
When the Accident Happened.
At about nine o'clock Saturday
night Mrs. Mariam T. Cross, widow
of the late William Cross, was burned
to death in her residence in this city.
iS was lying on hur lied reading
a book, sin- luid a lamp on a stand
bc-id" the ted and the lamp either ex
ploded or turned over a;id set her
clothing and the bed ciothihg 0:1 lire.
Tin: members of tin family were in
another room and knew nothing of the
accident till th" screams of Mr. l oss
were heard. Virginia, her daughter,
was the lirst to reach th" i-com. and
as she entered tilt- door her mother
enveloped in llames sprang in her
arms screaming. "Save me." Tim
daughter was badly burned before any
oilier members of the family arrived.
Mrs. Cross was burned so badly that
medical aid could do her no good and
-he died Sunday morning at live
! eliru.ii y :;lrlhv!:i .
Tin- month of February is especial ly
lien in birthdays of eminent Ameri
cans, prominent aiiioiij whom are
Washington. Lincoln. Longfellow and
Lowell. The striking tiling about all
these is their sterling worth as men.
In celebrating' their birthdays this
y.-ar why not arouse new interest by
more attention to character and less
to the familiar facts of biography and
achievement:' The jrre.it thing is not
merely that Washington h-d the pa
t riots through hardshii and war K
vletory not merely that Longfellow
w.is the sweetest singer America has
iiitd .lot K.v:v!y that Lou-ell contrib
uted :o largely to the best in AiU'-ri-i'III
liieratiu-'j. both poetry anil prose
hoi ::ier.. ly .hat Liivoin - 1'resi
dent duricg i'le most critical period in
oar iiistory. ai!i thai h" did so much
t i stamp out the curse of slavery: we
do well to honor thei'- memory for
these de-.ds. but the worthy things is
the life a'.id character back of these
outward events that made such achi.-vi-ment
possible, --inland l-idueator.
That Tired Fccliiiii
overcomes us when inferior prepara
tions are recommended by unscrupu
lous d .-lers as "just as good as Fo
ley's Honey ait-l Tar Coiign Syrup."
w In II we 1. ': e.v : h l!:n.ijli;,rn-i ire, !-
f thi- great medicine.
The :;a:-e floor Fad.
It is a comfort occasion;1 1 ' v To hear
some one iec'.ire Uion houses and
House furnishing' who does not insist
upon iiare iloors. Mr.-. Henry Wl it
a. in. the artist, talking on the subject
in lioston recently said liiat a bare
,'loor did not carry out entirely the
idea of comfort, and that carpets
which are simple and in good taste arc
to be preferred. "We are getting too
horribly pict urcsciie. " she said, "and
the result is a sort of chaos. 'Art.'
slu- went on. "is a most inclusive
thin";. It never leaves out anything
essential to life. We should not try
to lie pictureMjue: the livingin a room
makes it that. If law and order are
recognized, things will gravitai. to
their propel- places and the balance iie
preserved." New York Tillies.
I.'i v. ( . K. I.roolis ,
.-ays that his little girl is troubled with
malaria very severely, ami that since
he gave hei-Sulphur Sitters, he never
thinks of leaving' New York for !iis
summer resort without a few bottles,
for they always cure his family, and
are far Miperior to oiiinine.
I'lirsoi'iuttsot the aiiitci-bllts.
It is a dangerous thing to in- an un
married Yandcrbilt. The children of
this desirable family should have Iicen
betrothed and wedded by proxy in
their cradles to protect them now from
"bo'ng engaged'" to anybody to whom
they may speak twice. All the fuu of
innocent nictation is denied the ;n
married scoius. and it is too bad!
What's the good of U-ing under
grad if a ch.a p can not -poon a hi'
with a pretty girl. If the American
girl ran not take care of herscif. .-In
iuts ceased to be tile keen-witted, sen
sible youii;' woman we have pinned
our faith to so lone.
That is a!
Heart-burn from excessive smoking,
or front any other cause, is relieved
by the first dose of No. h. Dr. Hum
phreys' Specific for Dyspepsia. J"e
WENT UP IN FLAMES.
.oses II is Uesidei.ee and !
At four o'clock last Tuesday morn-j
in;,' the tire bell notified the -oplo j
tlll 'I Imv V!W ,1m-, in.r n Knit,;;,..-
Very few people heard the alarm and
before assistance got to the place the
residence of Krnst Ilobbs in Donny
hrook wa-t a sheet of Humes. The tire
company failed to gel there and the
hot.se ami n-'nrly all the furniture
The lire is .supposed to have origin
ated from a defeeiic I'm-. Mr. Hobhs.
we understan-.!. carried insurance- on
the house and furniture to the amount
of one thousand dollars.
Tliey Ask Surli )::estiTi:..
They do ask such (jiu-erqiieslious of
tiie newspapers over the telephone.
Tim city editor sal at his ties',; (i:
Sunday noon, when the bell ra:. and
the mar, at the o.h.-r end ashed:
"Say, 'now lou is tue shower e,;
in H to la-t r"
Tin' nonpluse;! edit . iooked oui of
the windov: at tin; f.JtiiiL;- drops and
at tlm ominous el, .mis.
"Well, my dear si;'. I'm not a
weather prophet. only tin- city
editor, and i have tiinmles er.ouch of
my o'vn without taking u, the work .f
the Weather Luivan. "
). 1 "r.y. I tiiouht yen
had some one that attended to that
sort of thine-. "
"Weil. I'm sorry we haven't."
"You don't know, then, when it will
stop rainitie . -
"No. Suppose you call tip-Vi."
"What does .":; know about. ifr"
"Fifty-six is the Weather i'.'.nvau."
"Weather ihireau? oh. shucks"
Detroit Free 1'ress.
.o:iiir Down nil!.
r,c! a ladiia!
but sieauy los
of strength and vi
tality. 1'hey sho lid
lose no time in trying
Foley's Kidney Cui-e, a
Cuaranleed i 'reparation.
On oin- journey to Southeast Mis
souri a few months au'o. we passed
over what is kno'.rn as llouch's Load.
This i- a splendh! road of about F
miles from Campbell. Mo., on the
Cotton i'el! to t ai'Utliersviiie. Mo..
on ti-e Mississippi river. A few v..
since and this whole country of Sou! h
eas', Missouri was very spanvly set
tled, deer, ln-ar. panther and .ii,i
animals of various description were
plentiful. There was not a brick build-in;;-
in tin: thi-vSoiitiicash-ra countii -.
Since Mr. ilouck eonsirncted liiis
road the whole country has developed
as if by niaic. Imuiieration. capital,
factories and cvcrylh:tir that "oi-s to
build up a country, has b, en core
stautly Mowing in in one miehty. con
stant stream, ami the Southeast is now
in a tliriviii"". iros'rous ciunlition.
Louis Ilouck. of Cajie (iirardeaii. is
the proj-c'.or and builder of this road,
which is now as urood a road a at,y
in the south. Mr. Ilouck was cr.ee a
poor boy and earned his bread by the
sweat of his brow. He has made all
that he has. and is the owner of a net
work of railroads in the outhea stern
counties, and will likely own a few
more in the very near future. Mr.
Ilouck is one of the ablest lawyers in
the State of Missouri, and is the only
man who is known to come out w inner
of a suit with Gould. His nephew.
Louis li. Houck. a yotiny and ener
getic eentlcman. is superutendent of
the road from Campbell to Caruthers
ville, called the St. Louis. Kemnjtt e.
Southern. Kueiie Furbess. better
known here a- "Gene." is the worthy
conductor, and has many friends in
this section. The. Southeast should
be eratefui to Mr. 1 lotick. - A. M.
Webb in ilriitklev Times.
Foley's Honey and Tar I oiiei:
Medicine is r,ntju.'stii'u;;,'iy
tiie esi ivmciiy for ti;et.:'i;:-t
and !un:;s. pica -ant to t a '.
and is e'.tart'.iie. el.
!:aI overseers Appointed.
Tin.' following road overseers
appointed by tiie County Court:
Chas. Gilhei'der. M. H. Heed. John
Howard. J'has. Hoikiischatt, John A.
Hewers. .1. C. Dickman. F. M. Seboii.
.loh.n M. i'.rte.vn. Fiii Yanjrildei', IU bt.
l'iekens. .lohu M. .Smith. Bernhardt
Foshace. ii. M. Ilaupt. W. M. Wii
forth. Win. A. Hartels. Wr.i. Donney.
Kmanui 1 Kies. Geo. Siemers. Henry
Napel. Frank M.ae. Wendtl Seller,
MISSOURI GOLD DISCOVERY.
Quartz and Placer Formations Found
! In Howell l aunty.
WKST I'LAIXS. Mo., l-ebruarv i:;.-
a little town in the!
Western pari OI
lowcii ouuiy. is in
!the throes of a Klondike fever. Gold,
in quartz and placer formation has
been found there in paying (quantities,
join-man 'ettin a leaspoonful from
jf.vo hand-ful of dirt. All available
I laud in the town ha- been bonjjiit up,
and a man from St. Louis purchased
i.Vtn acres near the town. A iar;re
: " !!:! of mae'u'.ney has i-en eori-
'. -.: for. to put in within lite
i.e.! ninety days.
M.-.j. Warner's Formal Acceptance
W.siui;T(i". !.('. February 1!.
Maj. William Warn ; teh'eraphei! to
day to D. .!. 11;. . an.'i .!. .1. Smith,
who rc;resciitat -d i.tt;; it' '.!; matti-r
of the attorney-iiip of the Western
district of Missouri:
"Vn!l know the sit a'iou. 1 will
Mr. Hat".' and -iud-e temitii v., nt 1o
the White ilouse ami sliow.nl tile
telee-rn ni. TI',- i're.-iden: expressed
his stii-fact'iO!!. District Attorney
Walker's tee;:- will end on the !!nh of
the m .nth. It !- o.- .-ed that Maj.
V-.'. 1 r:.er's ttoiainai ion v.ili o to the
Set. ate ju a day or two. Attorney
Gi n -ra (:ri-s was present when the
message from Maj a''iier was shown,
and he sii"-eested that tin- nomination
be made at once.
11 You Keep.
If you keep a hor-e, cow or do"t.
send for Dr. Humphreys Yi-vriuary
Manual and learn a'-neat their treat
ment and cure. Mailed trie. .Vddress
il'.impiirey.-" Medicine ' omptiuy. Wil
iianis v John Sts.. New York.
'tlii are the l:.,:i.l !u!Iei-s;
V'.'ho are the 'ootmiioidel'sV 'J hey
cry that oid is the rieli man's money
and that silver is the ;,ior man's
money is. aecordiae t:i I l.-n: , - ila! ive
Ca.iro... 01 Kii.iu. isiai.U. in I. is
spe.-ci to the Ni.w Mn.L'laud manufae-t-iriee
jettvl,.rs !:..-. wis h, a very trans
parent iieniaitoey. The adoption of
e-olu staneard is and -hould iK-eertain
The i 1. 'publican party is ehnreed with
beinu' a party oi boiidholdi rs as
li:oi:h bo! ehohiers v.ere a '. eed
eias-? The statistics show t:.;. the
hirct class of bondholders ai ilie
sa vin;.- banks, not the tl ti.-l e;i;,p;,it'e.-.
but the savities in;;s; la elin-r v.ore .
the worKni;.' man is iln- linudiio .!.
I lis' on 'i'rn nseri pi.
To I .;isi:liipUvcs.
As an honesi remedy Foley's Honey
ltd Tar does I" t lu id otit :a!-e hopes
ill advanced -ta-jes. hut triithfully
claims to e;V1. coii.f.,;-: ;,ad reiii f in
the very worst cases, an,, in the early
stages to i-tfi i-t a cure. W. Ii. 'oerver
1 -y in put iiy
Wl.csas. it h
Architect of the
from the daily
plea sed t h ' G l ea 1
I'nivcrsc to ii'inove
walks of life. Mrs.
know n to us as the
beloved mother of our esteemed friend
and co-ht borer Marie Cross, and
Whereas. It is bt just and littin".
in recognition of our relation, that an
expression of our sympathy be extend
ed, therefore be it
I ".USUI. villi by the teachers of the
Cr.rul'n -.-villi. i'ublie School, in meet
in assembled that, while v.e imw in
humble submission to tin: will of tin
Mot .iie-h. v.9 do not the less erj,.ve
v. th otir sister teacher in tin- eiv-ai
loss that ha.- befallen her.
ilK.snl.VKI. That we extend to you.
Miss Marie, our deepest and most
hear. felt sympathy in this sad hour of
trouble and alllie! ion.
1 iK-ti 'I.VKO. That v.e a-k you on be
half of tl.e teachers, to extend to your
sister.- the same words of sympathy
that we have ou'i red to you. and v.e
trust that t ven in th's hour of eh,ie i.
you may b-- aide to say. "Thy will be
i:it.-'i.i.-!::. That a copy
ro-ollltiolls 1.8 t!'.lf-':n"e:! to til
of the ;t-.-eea-"d.
Li::: W. !.....
iiv-. :.. Wfi'i'V.
tit !.. Yot X't
L--::i.i.A iu. .in
ihii.; it i !;". .Li.
(a-nruc it. lca:io ilcud.
( :( Otv il. lVa:ie died ;.t his rc.-i-dettei;
in St. Lot; is i.is'. -:tnday. Di
c.as''d was formerly a. citizen of this
city. He was a iii'tttv of Mr. 11. I.
Deaite of tiiis t i; and a brother of
tin- hie" Mrs. .1. H. Burroueh. Mr.
Deaue hau been an employe of tho
liotitman:- ila.ek fi r the iast tv.enty
iive years. .I'liijre iiurrou.'h went to
St. Louis to attend.lhe funeral.
' " UlipiUVC tllO USbll
.1. !. l.vsx. ol it. Louis lias Made the
Plans and F.stliuatis the us: 1-v
tiie t ommlssioners.
The Commissioners. Messrs. Wilson
Cramer, W. H. Miller and Lou'-;
lioack. recently appointed by the!
County Court to advisw a plan for im- j
proving the Cape Girardeau C'oun'y ;
Court House at .lac-k-oti have made a
cruef-.il study .,f li;..- sitl!;iti::i and j
calie.i to their assistance. Architect ;
.!. 15. of St. Louis. a;:d toe. ther
they have :; red no p;;irs in t.tr.kit'tr '
a thor.'nie-h investieation of th. con
dition of the present Court House and
j .Liil, and in cbv. isine; a plan for the
improvement of same m tit" most
modern, substantial. sanitary and
Tin- ramped space in which the
Goiir.lv Treasurer is o uart -i eii. the
lack of stdlicient room in whic'a to
transact the business of the C-usnty
Court and County Clerk, the very
stiuill and inadenuate room occupied
by tirj i 'r.ibt.te Court and the i:au'p
and itireeuro repository for his papers,
tiie insullicii-ni .iceommodtitions for
the Circuit Clerk and Ih corder, and
the poor and unsafe arrangement for
takine care of the County's Keeords.
thff poor iiceousties of the Circuit
Court room, and the pressiue; need of
more space in iheCitcuit Court room,
the urgent necessity of improvir.e the
sanitary condition of th" Court House
ami Jail, by providinr suitable wutei-os't-.
urinais and wash-ba-ins, a
wa'cr supply to serve sam. and r.
system of sewerajre to drain them, and
lastly, but not of less import a nee, a
bettor, mole economical and safer way
of heat'ui'f ihe Court House and Jail,
has prompted tin- Commissioners in
tin ir thorough invest bation of these
conditions, and in sui,i:.ittin a plan
for remedying the same. As the best
ami most economical means of ac
complishing these neces-ary changes,
it is proposed to cut the hasement
walls of the present Court House
buildinir at t'u -j bottom of 'In- lirst
lloor beams and rai.-e the entire luiilil-ine-
three feet above that li ve: and
extend the ha"Meiit wall-: tip to tin
building as raised, ami thereby !'iv
vide for a basement story ten fc t six
inch, s hie'e. witiioiii coin"- furrher in-
m tin: eroiind.
basei .. nt story is to be lii.ishcd
in i'rsi-c';! s- nianin-i- with ventilatie:
iiniter the itoor and between walls and
pUiiiorin;,'. and h ive laree windows to
iiioroii :n!y li-Lt '.h - sauie and will bl
ent -re ; from the South end of the
1. eibliee .... ith -i- side of tja main
front steps, with the tloor only three
si.-ps I.'.' low the siii'-wiiiu and also
cuti .red from the North end down a
i.i'oad t'iLrlt of Ax step only bwlow
tiie Go-art 1 .it-r vnri'. thus a rr.vti-'.-d
so as to ei- a iood. of liyitt from the
North, tie i j'i tin' cent, a ! corridor of
the basement story.
The Southeast corner of this base
ment will be titled up for the Probate
Court room. I'robate Judge's room,
and a Ice-proof vault for the I'robate
records, and on the Fast side f the
building next to the i'robate Court's
department, w ill lie located the County
Trei'siirer's otliceand vault, which will
be 1'eht and commodious.
At tiie Southwest corner of the
bnildine; in the basement, is the
Sheriffs oUlee. and immediately North
of same, is a waiting room tan toilet
room for ladies, and in the Northwest
corner ol the munii's"-, is a yenin-
nien's v.aitiii"' room, or asseinbiy
room. olT from wh'tcdi is a laro com
modious toiiet iMom and lavatory.
The vault now occupied by the
Treasurer, in the first story of the
buildine-. will be removed and the
space the Treasure,- now occupies, will
tie added to the I 'ouniy 'Jerk's oftice.
and the stairway in the l-la.-t end of
tin- hall, will be removed and a private
room built instead, fcr the County
; Tin: little room and hall-way alone
1 sVe of same now ii-'d for the I'rcditite
! Co-.trt room will be made into or-e
. :;ir ele'eant room, with a vault, for
the County Tr-'astiti-r. are! iiuinec.hu---i
ly iu-ross the hail will be for the V
1 lector aifl' the balance of tiie Wot
! side of this door will be occupied by
! the Circuit Clerk and the recorder.
; Tim jraliery aad stairw;iys to same
! opening into Circuit Court room ir. the
second -tory. will be removed, the
; brick and hall wail extended to the
i ceiling, r. room cut off in the Has end,
j where the stairs are now located, for
the County Attorney, anu the brick
wait in r.-ar of the -present Circuit
Court room, wi'l be removed, and the
space occupied by the small hail
alongside of same added to
of the court room.
The rear stairway from thu lirst to
:he second Hoof, will be removed and
a neat "iii'ht of iron stairs constructed
in the north end of the main hall,
leading from the first to second floor
landinir in a lobbv entering eastward
into the room for the County Judges, and the Chicago markets. The St.
and westward, into the Grand Jury Louis market was feverishly unset
room, with the Grand J.ury room on tied, and the ups and downs were fi-e-the
west side, and the I Vtty Jury room quent, but the a'ioate amount of
on the east side, both oner.incr into tl.e business transacted was what niijrht be
Circuit Court room. This arrange
ment will add just fifty per cent to the
present .-ire cf the Coun'y Cot'.-:
House, and will thoroughly modernize
tin- buildii.e- and make it eoual in con-
Venn uccs and sanitary condition, to
almost any Court House in the State,
The varjt- for the Probate Keeords.
the vault for the County Clerk and '
also the vault for the Circuit Cl-rk '
am! I recorder, is to In. fitted up with
111. tai cases witii roller shclvine, for
the books and iilin.r case:, and lock, rs
f.c ii,.. n:.i,.... with -in extended led ee'
over the book-racks. !or the con-
veuieiice of handling the Hi cords.
li is propo-ed to construct a Boiler j
eommeneine; ti n feet under
roueu ami lu.-a.N ..ut s,j
jail lot. with the bri. k work of the.'- ' " "
J thu iiti)i fli)11 I . Il 1(1 .1 1). .1'
boiler house extending ten feet above j
t.te ground, and an underground brn-c j
tunnel coiiticcting the boiler ho :se:
... . 1 1.. .ii 1 ..-1 1
W illi ti'.e .Jail anu v oiii i. uo.ise u.iiih -
ing. for the purpose of receiving the
steam supply pipes and water piiu-s.
Over tire Boiler House, will be a
substantial fran c wink supporting a
water tower holding IT.IH'0 gallons.
ci- v;iied 4't feet above the grom.il.
with water pipes leading from sri::-: to
tin: ptr,liiiiilf ill llw -Tali to supply the
boiler at. d also tiie pl.imbiug it the
( rein Hints': and to supply this water
towi r thitnigh a 1 1-! inch galvani.u
pipe laid thr f,elUnder ground, 'lead
ing from tin-water lower to tl-.e river
in ar the steam mill on the v-t.-t. with
a plumbing plant to oiiorate same.
The plumbing in the .!:,il and Court
House, is to lie dii.incd through
standard iron pipes leading to the
outside ol the buildings anil connect
ing the with to an inch sewer pijio.
laid down the street southward from
li, 1 Court House to the cemetery, then
eastward to the brick yard in the
valley, and following along- tl.e mar
gins of the hlr.1T southward, reaching'
to the river, thus draining ail sewer
age to a point in the river far enough
11s ay from the city, as to not pullntc
any water running through or near
The to! a '. co.-f of t ir - e improvements,
will be about Tiiiiieei; Thousand Six
If. i mir d ;i::.;mi) Dollars, and will
not only ami !';'.y 0 :-. 1st to tiie ac
connioihitions of the Court House
b I'hiiug. but v.ili render the same and
the Jail in a perfect sanitary condition
at ( iorri a water supply not only for
itc plumbing, but that can be readily
ii-cd to iUench any lire that might
occur in the Court House or Jail.
lt:;n.:rt!r. s.iii'.v l.ine;:;ent.
1 1' you have a terrible pain in
small of the back, get a bott!
Snow Lini-inent. It will' positively
cure it and at once. Try it and rec
omend it to yotir friends. Sold at
Wilson's drug stoic
tiddni-d ouiity (Mo.) t'rimai ii s.
DKXTKi! Mo.. Februrary Ki. The
Di mocrats of Stoddard County held
.aass-iueetings in the various town
ships of the county to-day and elected
delegate's to the county judicial con
vention, which meets in Bloomlield
next Saturday to name delegates to
the twenty-second judicial district con
vention, which meets in Blooomlield
May ill. Two candidates contested in
mass-meetings to-day. namely. J. L.
Fort, of Stoddard County.- and J.
P-'rry Johnson, of Battler County.
Mr. Fort carried
the county by an
joritv. The other
counties in the district are Butler, j
Carter, Dunklin and Binlev. u-ii; ofi
which ha- held a convention.
Tin- ancient Greeks believed that
tin- I'.-nafi s were the gois who atti nii
, d to ih" welfare and prosperity of
t:;e family. They '..ere worshipped as
household gods ia every hour-. The
1 . 1. l .1 :..-.. c. .. : 1 ... r -: ...
"""' 1 ,,"':'-1 1S ":" 9l
New Discovery. For consumption, j
cotig'iis colds anil for all affections of
Throat. Chest and Lungs il is invalu
able, il has been tried for a quarter
of n c-ntury and is guaranteed to
cure, or money returned. No house
hold should le without this good
angel. It. is pleasant to take and a
safe atid sure n medy for old and
yoitn -. Free trial bottle at W. C.
Hainan and all drug- stores. I tegular
size .ll'c. and ?1.!)0 2
MAY WHEAT WENT UP.
The t hlcasoand Local Markets Were
The local jrrain market was more
than usually active yesterday. Fluc
tuations were based largely on th?
speculative conditions rovernin,ir this
called fair, trading b-Ang mainly, in
the lanyuaec of the pit. of the scalping
i lii-i. x
lit i'ne earlv hours ail kinds of wild
rumors 01 war wiui a-iain. on acioui.i.
of the war-ship Maine calamity, had
somewhat of a dcpivssin-r effect on the
market, bin lateron then-was a sharp,
hi-her rally, due to hie-ber, closing
cables. e!iiin' reductions of foreign
import duties, heaver exports.
Hut the main influence
excited, with St.
Louis far behind, but
ll"-ad and hi-herthan New York. The
i gam r'' lav wheat in v ntca-o .or uie
dav was : and ")5c.
the ngnres nero
for May wheat were:
t'.tic: opening. Wednesday, WSe: close.
. ... .
ii ,11 ,,..;n 1".- On
m- !..-. .1..-
' cans. . 1. ui. iix-.n.i in.
' '' '''' '
rket and on the curb was
1 -i.. 1 ..,.. v...,-.. mriiiv -n IcS of Mav
wheat, and it advanced as much on
the curb as it did on "chf.nge.- Globe
Democrat. I tea III ol l.dward I), 'ir,..,,;,,, .
Kdward D. !".ngelm:'jU, oni. .4f ,.
old .'St lawyers us Vt.j as, ivst known
citi. -i. ".".t5.ed :-.vay on tin; evening
f February lei, is'.is, ;lt the age of
?I.vey-seven years. The deceased had
been a itijni of this city
than, tiv - ty vi'ii"-. Tic w.-is
ill enterprises inaugurated during his
resideiie.-. here that were for the up
building and im-n-ovcmor.t of tho city,
lie was a man who mad ; friends and
retaineo their friendship. He held
many olilccs 01 honor iti the city and
county and was always an etiicient of
ficer and an hones! honorable .en'.'.c
man. For several years Mr. Kngelmani;
held the oillee of 1 'lerk of the Common
Pkas Court, the oi'ico hi? ton now
ho d-, ami tin- ice, rds of tntit eoiU't
sh.ev that he was a careful, correct
aa i worthy ol'iccr.
After leaving tl.11 Clerk's oiiicc
F.iigelmann was admit' .1 to t... b.ir
.mi! since that time has here actively
engaged in the practice of law. In
probate law business Mr. Kngeluianu
had the l-epulaiioii of being the -
posted lawyer in Southeast Missouri.
Legal paiicrs drawn up by him .-.ere
always strictly in accordance w itii law
anil wouid star.:! tiie tesi is Miy court
of record. Fr.'ir: 1-71! to Wli Mr. Kn-g-ehn.-nn
was Mayor of tlii- city and
di-ehargeii the dii.eivir. duties of that
oiliee with lidclity to the p-'opl" and
honor to iiiuisi !.-'. .'rutit is iiis record
as an honest Iran, an upright citizen,
a good neighbor, a sincere friend,
and a.-a Iruc Christian gentleman in
all the private as wui! as public walks
of life that will U longest, remcmlieivd
now that we can no longer eo his
familiar form among us. '
I uncralol 11. II. Knsplmnnii.
The funnral of Kdward I). I'.ngel-
mann. which took place yesterday was
the largest attended funeral that ever
took phi'-,' in this city. The remains
wei-e taken from tho residence to the
Lutheran church, of which the deceased
was a member, and theehurch was not
large enough to hold more than half
the people who were there to pay their
respects to their (lepa.-ted 'friend. The
funeral services were conducted by
lev. Lobeck. who prea.'hetl in both
the Knglish and German languages
that all friends of th- deceased might
"ndei'stand wltat was
n h.onest remedy. Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give coin'i rt and ivlief in
th" very worst i.ase-. and in the early
sta-.'e- to etrect a ell"e.
i an! of Tlianl-.s.
Y.'e wish ioextend oui-sincei-eth.anks
to tin; people of this city and county
f().. kJld ai.fs :imi tk(.ntj
of respect to our beloved husband and
father during his illness and at his
Mks. K. D. h-'f-Ki.:.!AN.- and Family.
All Colds are .Tainted.
All colds are tainted with Crip,
when Grip prevails. "7"' breaks up
Grip and Coius that "hang on:' 2.1c,