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DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO. PHWteUers.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1899.
Vol.DXXIV No. 2
WAR IS OVER.
Mrs. (iraot Cramer -peitkh.
How Ms 18 I lie Ieflclt;
Mrs. Grant Cramer. a sister of the j I- is admitted by Democratic ofli
late Gen. V. S.Grant., spoke fur a ' ciis at Jefferson City that the gen-
Tlie Art of Killing Kuttlnese.
A member of the Texas Legislature
who asks Gov. .Jones, of Arkansas, if J
The FllipinOS are Sur-j " . .n . , c, the-:!d irl revenue fund is exhausted. There; recent legislation in the latter State j Woman and Her FOUT
l CI IUCI II Ig.
Aculnaldo'v Klght liana lto-wm-ready
Speciat to the Democrat.
WASHINGTON, D. C
28, 12:30 P. M.-
, lwentY-crst street, Nw York city, j the Legislature without the illegal injured trade interests, receives
I rier hun'ect was, ''Expansion, or Im--transfer of cash from other funds, j frank response. The Governor of
Al-;perialiin, So-Called." She said the j The State Treasurer, who is under I Arkansas savs: "Business is dis
turbed, but to what extent I can not
now infoim you."' Jt is also stated
by the Governor that all foreign lire
j American troops are ?n the Philippines i bond of $oOO,UK. hesitates to break
not Jw.-ause the American people vc-i- j the law. though some of his Dcmo
April ""'"''-'' "sent them there, but becarse j cratic friends, not on his bond nor
" ithe -t.iid of God hud directed it. The ' sharing his responsibilities, assure
T!OSare;"ar with Spain, she said, had een : him that he can override the statutes
making overtures for surren
der. Envoys are nwr enroute
Wash Tuttleton, the Woman's step
Son, in .lail Charged With
One of the
Dexter, Mo.. April (.
insuranceeoinpunies. numbering sixty- j foulest crimes in the criminal annals
three, have ceased to do business in ! r tne tate, ana one tnat nas a coun-
brotight about bj- a power infinitely j with impunity bxcause his pi-edeees- Arkansas and that tire insurance I terpart in the Meeks murder several
greater than people or 1 'resident, a ! sors ventured to do it. But this differ
power which hi-s selected th Ameri- ' em-e is to lie noted. Tbe predecessors
...... .1,)uma.uu3ras peopi' to Christianity and should he decide on the
armV 'tO Confer V?H General !rt V 'atlon" ")e "-oncluded nrith a j will have centered upon hiin the attcn
policies can now be obtained oniv in years ago. was committed seventeen
two mutual companies, organized and j miIs south of here last night in the
-ighi the paths -of tiit-' acted in secret, while Treasurer Pitts, j incorporated under the laws of the '
same course, .State.
in regard te
: i rvent uraver that the aim nf t:,.-
of American ir the far East may V
'Messed fiitl; early victories to 'the
!-end that pee mav come.
The New York Journal cJi
this morning publishes Sin.f .'.a .'.rip-c has )wt. ivvalent
that General Luna, Aipat !
,--. . .1
naicro s nrnt Land man maii
I The i. . F. ceiebratba to come
j off .it Crr.-tt o;i -?H t;tf: was called
1 aKlen neighborhood
This is the first development j -Mr- Jan -tutueton, widow, anuner
under a law passed ostensibly against I ou' niall eiiildren, ranging m age
tit.ii of t:.(nk.Hio cin ii o! Missouri, 'rusts. How any trust is hit or hurt 1 fro,n ,! to years, were murdered,
Since the Democrats have lieen loixi J by the banishment of sixty-three in- j anu tne family residence set on fire to
to confess that tii-v is not money ' sura nee companies, leaving only two j ni(Je the crime.
enough in the general revenue f-.uid as a working remainder, is not per- James Henry Tuttleton. a stepson
to meet the current obligations of the i i-ei.tihle. Tlie sutWci-.. a.-., the . of the murdered woman, and a half-
(i ic. ',)? Mi tiiihreys
tie by ai; !rugtists.
lnd man I
surrendered hif army to ih-Airericans.
Jatc the imjwtant quesUon i-omes
up as to the ste of the de-IViu The
Legislating Ins refused to o(.-ii the
books, but there are signs that the
hole 31 the State treasury is no iess
tiia.ii from s?4ihi,mki to ir.7naHNi. and j i, quotioiied
growing larger fast. ingly.
ia bis message last Jiiittrtry (iov.
In., i Stephens estimated lb 'iJ"t!cU"' for
of Arkansas jtroiierty liable te le de
stroyed by lire. Their proper protec
tion by two com panics is impossible.
As a consequence their capital mav
be swept away by tire and their credit
and curtailed accord-
!.:vi-ut ;-tt ('o.-jinitt
Iron .Viictai Kail road i ordinary Kiense tkloa-.-" -xt . li;ii.44'i.
I'rUate tatloa nv a Vaniiscbrriltd woiljti Tff-"- let its ecvipiuii;,'
Tl ere is an "iotir ation tlijit -vim: roj.
sot. for the rv;ruiirnt of Thoiiiwv 1. !
Ileid i his yt!n that fcjir-.'s
for s ecuring ?.f i-esidentii ! rand;t'a
cy v.ill hereafl-r Ite lx-tU'r -ii priRtc
station than rf-K-y v.uld 1- jfi-eshc-uld
ren-.ain in jmli'ir life. Uvicbuian
foiitid till - t.i- lie tree in hi- v:n ti-.se.
ant' ("lav. o;- of thf rs-i of I l'Ji;,'f1
t"l day r-aic. U.:.i one .' ." fKul ' -Htgh U !:n,c-:- su-h -n
I Jn Jtrviv'iuf at this ligu-r- he pla-ed
the Kfn ;tt road. .s tlie'.vack nf jjje i1!"" IJ" conting-rt .rxiieust.-s f
I Keunott 7-oad i a- inocwl .i.-: the track t'J-' present Legislature at Jl'-";.i.(Ki.
I of tbf f -otton IWt or Jv-ri Mountain ; wil1 4(K1.ikio. Ilei-e in one item
iti i-i v-rv in;mi-f ! tl,. .r,.. .. I miotic i -1T."i.iKK ti U- Hillieii to the
pi-oi-rf:- from pv.y tie-onal sjfite.
U.vjtTK.'- it is ivtl a'lii-r.' railrvuidy
in Wti-.-ation '. ?Jiat k!id to UA th-
;i,ipii"iit go tli-.'jgli. u raiK-oac'
x very la; -- syst-.vj ha etj'.iiii-
that. if he lu.i str.-d out -t. tiir
grt;ss of ls?,i;.", nr wouid '(jive
'';'"! -han'- ti election fi t!c
! cnv. il.
v-h. -h he
ara.ng the font
eev ed elect oral
itiii!aign e j i14.
t fl:e Iim: of !
'ites in tifitv (:'
fliii;.44ii There urv tiightecii otner
tteinsof vxiK'iiditur.a ip t'le Cuv.Tu.irV
table of estiniiiU'd J-eqi'.!vuient. Tbe
Govonvir reinai'k'J r- -roncluiiig hir
forecast that '"we av i.-o:iipeiJeti ixiu
to tind some other r-es of r-"e:;!!c
or sv-lT--r serious -m!rj.-rar.MiivL" it
will U; months iw-fore additional n-v-en'.i
; can lie ikaiu-'J and there i ;i
wc-.- wiiiiao ' iiettoa as- ! lie !.,titiU:oiJ.-iii";. of
ovtr : jc.-imiiji;;i.iig ueaure- :e. js-.-e
but vvtin; I for il"-e taxafioJj tf- -ertain c!aw a:.i.
!. uck. refri?d j inttsts. Uou- wwh le-liinu In 1
.ii a l""a-'-iov. withoat -V ii.g r.'Toi-cieu
i t'- lV" its contfev&'nx tp..s ;u
lh" .I nn Mouuuiti
a''w it cijui;i verjt
'.-t;ir Beit to t::tm)!
.i:ci agaiijt .Mr.
There i? ..nir.i.ta-le ir.t'Mvix'ufl1"-' -ht its co;i.-.l- to Kenntn. ! cur-ent obllgtioi is. the tat - i hamis. in two corporai..n
Mj. B.-eu. U.WCV.'". wiiicfcvril! vraken a-'t-:'4.rb the Vttor. i' lt uncVr .!ts i Mksouri? Tlx; aJivo-ut runs iuUt hun- ' ixty-iive. Arkaia .
! i nomiratJon in anv ! l'rt'';,'nt ll'H-r;iJ ind i.oad gaiuo 1 dred.v of Uio'jaH'.K but thejv is no : Bcmocr.iti,-niedicine :i.
i" "ears in'.;' ;
at which ;r r
at '.hat tini'
at r.he tini
.(!incy exft i t J iichanac Alii. "V
Hs-'-rison. v. bo vas abtwt I;1 at
Vai agaitir-t trusts ought to reach
the right mark. The AiKausas law
has struck a paralyzing blow :.l the
mass of industrious citizens of the
Stat. They met in an exceptionally
large and earnest convention to ask
its repeal, but the -grip of demagogv
. is uwon tile Legislature and tin- ses-
kn has elitied without relief, i'oliti-
citJ cant has triuiiiihed over common
sense. Tile sixty-three (ire insurance
i'ouipanies eXH.'lled from Arkansas
j sjR-nt much money there ami employed
i:jny ucserviug cill.eiis in various
paclties. iheir large niiiuber stoou '
Ir . . !
j 'or couijietition. not monopoly. Oniyj
' two home companies are ielt to niaki-!
! good 1 tire lo.-se.-. in a large StaK-. j
is thin tin- remedy lor jiioiiopolvr !i ;
;'ertaiuiy looKs i!Ke an vtraor miliar
, onceutralion o: lu-.ne-s in
- illsieatt 4.;
will be made to the Kennet jail.
Previous to this crime Tuttleton was
regarded as an exemplary citizen, and
stood high in the community,
The bodies of the five murdered per
sons were interred at the family burial
ground, followed by a Iaree erowd of
excited neighbors and friends.
Will Visit Cape Girardeau, Slay 10.
The Mayor has received a telegram
from (.'apt. Maynard, saying the U. S.
gunboat Nashville would arrive here
on May 10th and remain until the
morning of the 11th.
The Mayor will issue a proclama
tion making May 10th a holiday, and
he will request the schools to close on
The executive committee for the re
ception of the I. S. gunboat Nash
ville have appointed the following
Advertising Kmil Pott.
Dei-oration and Amusement.
Otto tickhardt. Chairman, H. I Hunze
and L. J. Albert, Jr.
Transportation- K. V. Ulomeyer,
Chairman, K V. Cover, !. Ii. Houck
and J. T. Duncan.
Finance M. K Leming, Chairman,
J. H. Lyons, August Shivelbine, Will
Warren. K. V. Plentge, Gus Schultz
and 'has. Stehr.
KECE1TION--Mayor W. H. Coerver,
Chairman, members of the City Coun
cil and V. K. Hurrough. Alex Loss,
.1. S. McGhee. August L'ierwirth. D.
A. Glenn. 1 .1. Albeit, F. W. Pott.
1. K. Klosterniann. 11. I Peirronetl.
K. 15. Oliver, Jno. Iiaglois, Will
llirscii. Albright Walther, Louis
Stein. Louis Houck. Win. Paar, J. A.
Mattesoa. W. II. Miller, Hy Knglish.
.1. H. l.'i.ier. .1. D. Porterlield, .1. X.
: Ha rt.eli. 1 S. .lose'ih. Col. Van
ountry home of his stepmother ... ,.,.,..,,,,, u-,..n,.r,.
brother of the children, is now under
arrest for the crime.
Wash Tuttleton, the head of the
family, died two years ago. leaving a
valuable landed estate to be divided
between three children by his first
marriage, and his widow and four
children b a second marriage. He!
named his second son. J. II. Tuttle-'
ton. by will, as administrator. His .
conduct of a (fairs was not pleasing'
to the heirs, esiecially to his step-.
mother, who brought suit several days .
ago for sTtKHt due her from certain
rentals upon the lands. This suit
brought about a bitter feeling between
the two. but the trouble was temporar
ily patched up yesterday by an agree
niegt whereby the widow was to re
ceive s.Vmi in cash and certain promis-'
I sory notes to cover the balance,
j WHAT XEli:HHOiS SAW.
! A:ioiit. nightfall luttlcton repaired
the iast seen
...Meao ,s ....... ,..,,. ,..,hn ... Slt.i,a If
of the familv alive, and'., ... . ... ,.
Deuipsev. laience Givens. ! H.
until he was picked uii ..."
. . . ... ... r.iii;eiiMaiiii.
u. I in tue vara. Miorlly l.e.ore f o clocK KxTK:.TAIXMKST.L.. . J!ovr.ton,
neighbors were attracted to the 1 uttle-. ,. , . . .,. .. .,." ,,.
: . l 1... ii....... ..!.,. .
, . , . I. uol.-to:;. . rr. Ali"rt. sj.
sumiiig me nous-
lis ajft Hi -v ill ,e ' E11'I1!-r' ':l"',!t 'on-"JIlU',; Viat itscu';-
i:i .1 " 4. the irlie&: date
' :t a.'', it.ider Any eircum
: le liii.-ise" n -rious
lie xi. ix. olden
.tia-i any itfcii lias lieen
his election to the pres-
in tiguratio!!.. del when ? vxr :n the
White fToj--,- i. month. Uuthanan,
wl- s- age at ihf time of -ais election
wa- only a k : months i'.-a.'cj- than
ll'i-d's will : ; the tif.-e in r:44 in
.-.hi-, h the I Vi-i ie it is cixs-;n. uld
prii-ably ha ve a juitted Uiinn.jif liet
ter in the ir-ii::-ey if he Jiad !)-,n a
:'ew '.ears yi:ng .r:.
TLie early sixtk- niaki- an agt Umit
whii. const i:irt a sort of deac line
oe- '.vnu-ii liresiw. ntial asi.i.fant. ran
not ass sr.fety. T1k- deaUi of
Taykv in oH!.-e. v. ho entered the pres
idecvv at '. co'iing as ii iid - iose
aft:- i'ie death of the first Harri-n.
made convention shy of nominating
old u;n afterward to the pivsiden -y. j
The Democrats Kok the risk v itb !
DuchaEin ItecauM. throiiL'h his ab
sence in the British mission for foil
year, had escaul all i.-inUiriM-
rjot night go (.rv.aivl These
ough' to Im- ue.VrstoiM.1 by the
Fel '.;! and the l'libiij
s-ait-lLUeuiii .-a-'id I :. ma
.'ling i.nd sinarthjir
incidtst to tlie-se .Jii-.eutt-.. is instantly
aliuyti by apr'ving haml.Ta.in"
Kf at'd Skin ''intme.n: Many Vij.-y
bad ea-'vs have i-n )irir.-inently-ij;..-d
by it. f t is ecjUi-ly eiS rent for itr h
ingiis and a favorite remedy itv
sr- . tijiples, oapied hands, chii
blaits. frost bite- au' chronic s-.-eyes.
2."c icr ;"kx. ' sai! by
Ue.n Jii Jler. druggist. oclf-
WH.v at pres'flt of "ejting at the hooks.
Knosgli iias lr j -Jjscloseii. bwuevcr.
to-stow that Jie SLite treasury, ineas
u red by current ieiu.tnds that -an 'lot
be legally p'L inticli u.--.- :.,ut
( i iolie-Democrat.
i lie liamifl ompii-it'd.
New Madrid i Record: The great
work of making a channel in Lit; in
Hivcr from the source near the Scott
liot lliujsell Arcldt iitaJc; . '
I IVr.'i Uerg'iiiaun. son of Vi;'..m '.
; ivjvgmann. wuiit irying to ciean uj
jan old rusty ri;je last Wcdnesday
j morning, was atcidciitaliy shot and
J badly hurt. Th-.gun was loalcd. It
I wect off and the brll filtered the voung
mar 's thigh, and uv iinder-tand he is i
dange-ouslv iiurt !
county line, in the northwest part of famiv
this county, soutn to the Pemi.-co' ;
county line, was tini
and Contractor Po
""'t' c;l ,W, T. Uol.-to:;. W. S.
As they iK'Ul-ecJ : '
the scene they were met witli the odor : ' , rt t
. . . l'iM s n. it. -i -
.or ourning llesu. llu- bodv of the ,, . T -f"tirm:in
j oldest son. Wash, aged Ii. was lvin a" J"'" ?i, W r'inn- -V
j across the door facing with a bullet i ,l,,,v' h Pt" "t l-
hole in ti.e head, and with one foot j
j entirely burned away, in the familv ! JHscovereU l.y a Wolli.lfl.
re tlie oth.-i- members of the . Another great uiscovery has
almost wra pied in Maiues. 'made, and that too. by a ladv ii
1 hev uer ea ri ii'il nut int.. i coiintj'v. Ilik.i.ne f..u...i :. . ..i... .
i.eu last Motiuav., .. ; ; . " v. v .
c.otli TUla ana tout.
(Jov. Lon St-jhens -'f Missouti, jUys ti at his little girl is troubled with
apjieaiw to Ik- suL'-f-rmg. .s Gov. Bj!
his dredge boat and laid it up. all
of the crew leaving that da v. Mr
j Pollard informed the Kccord man that
! he w ill now prepare for a vast amount
of the same kind of work in Scott
county, where large landowners have
contracted with him to drain their
: maht'-ia very sewwely. anil that since
t'roiiq unci W houpui ( ougli.
ilallaru's ilorehound Svrup will
eve Croup an! Whooing
ii! cure the worst Cough
never disappoints. Trv
ing cor:n-.'ction witi the Kansas-No-1 writer?
if Ti'llliew. trffered. from he -rave heoSnlnliiir Kitter. i,.. ..,-.. .
man's ir-ratitiide. "1 l ave had my ' thinks leaving- New York for his ! I'romptly ii
veraci'.v. .uestionoi pul-licly by cow- LuiuW.r resort wit.'iout a few bottU,. Cough. It
ardly erabs." he ay.-- who d'iend ; for tin r always care familv, and ' "r ('ol,i- 1
ui,on tbsir Vonstitutiona? rights' to . are far -uperior to ouinine. ' !
protcft tlem. and J have Ih'ii vilified i l Uv Kicker.
by the mile by lying. sti'iJing, char- . , a i.Mi.m: at :KII:k-VU.LK. ! l kicker, the treacher-
acterles.- pace-writers.'" Such is the ; ! ! ous kicker, the kh k-er v.l. n..,-....
One UniiUred I'eopie Killed and true: who always is crying and never
. . j ,. .i...un ounueu is trying some g'oou lor his town to
cnurivu almost beyond. "I1"" " ' a,lu 'or seven veare she
rtrognition. find with the upper por-, withstood its severest tests, but her
tion of the head nnd face entirely vital organs were undermined and
gone, and the children, with roasted dt'!ltI si-emed imminent. For thr.-e
tlesh. were laid side by side. . months she coughed incessantly, and
In one corner of the yard and with-1 'OII'd not sleep. She finally discover-
in a stones throw of the murder-d C'J a lv:l.v recovery, bv
jienaltyj -f ambition. Hi t ;overnor
Stephens, is firm. In sjiiv- yf cowan'f
ly scrub -inu iving. ..smiling space
braskn Tolly of ISl. which arrays:1
':e Nor--i,-rn States against the res',
o the Deiuici-atic le lers. hut nobody
lii'.s lieer t-iected sln' then who war
anywhere tiear to t'u.hanan's age.
The cou(l:tiins will i ave to lie (ecu
liaily prev;ng which vill impel a na
tional convention in th.se da vs. when
. li vill contic.
so mm a sn
heart of stu'.tness!---
g... sailing space j -np il""ird Hue. "weptUo. No use to correct him: nor nd
inue l. serve the: ",.",... .... i"0" lect him to get to the front like
-kin ni such a KlKIv.iLh. M,,. April - - lhe a ,. while otht.,.s
. i this city t ;:o o'clock tonight, when .., ,J """" to
i r, , le.tcliplan. lut when the brute dies
family was found the body of .1. II.
Tuttleton. bleeding from a dozen knife
wounds. He was arrested and taken
to the Maiden jail. He made a state
ment, in substance, that while ar
ranging the details of his business
with his stepmother, two men entered
the room and, at the point of a pis
tol, demanded that he hand over the
money that thev knew he iosscssel
He refused, whereupon they opened ' an'eed
lire on him. Ihe first shot struck the
woman in the head, and she fell a To ' OMne, with the Miii
of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
much relieved on taking first dose,
that she slept all night: and with two
bottles, has Ix-er. absolutely cured.
Her narie is Mrs. Luther Lutz. Thus
writes W. C. Hamnick .V Co.. of
Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at
I. Hen. Miller's Drug Store. Kegnlar
size .",0c and no. F.vcrv bottle .o.nr.
!the Last -Sid-
t lorlou News
Comes fro Dr. D. 6. e gile. of ! ")aP- A broad, c
i.Vashita. L T. He writes- "Four : fia-"ter of i mile
we'll pause with ury eyes, on his for-
I lunate condition to dwell, and we'll
envy the devil, that will handle the I
j shovel when he roasts the rank old
j kicker well. -
.Kittles of LI trie Hitters hiv- cmvd ; tlH town, as smooth a a virgin
Mrs. Hrewer vf scrofula, whij.'i had j lrairie. Probably 4ki houses are now
1 . .. ... . r tfH...l .. f .... -v.... 1 1 .1.
manf youivr men .ii available, to I'-'seu uei g,.. t suuenng ;o-. rears, j "'- e
! i i-wiitetiti-.l ,..mt: , i,, .. lorrioie sores v ouiil uivaK out. on Her 111 o.--i.iin. anu orairie.
bend and face, i-.nd '.he best do-tors! Ir probable a hundred ikopIc
c.ou'J give no ii-.lp: bu her ct re is ! "VIV killed. The known list at s
eotr.j.-Jete and her health is exceiljnt. " j o'clock reached thirty-one. A thous-
Tl.: . 1 '......1. .. ... i i. , ..nil Ir ...U! 1... ,
inis iios wuai ..ousanus nave prov- " -- ..j-.v.v. iL i- iunp . . .. ...
,,r o- -that Llectric Bitters is the best after davlight before anv adequate ' V llhv f-"' Dys-psia....
prietors vio not: claim to have dis- ''-r known, it s tne suo- j conception of the destruction to life!
glvee i i ulential o-ndicacv to a i
man of (1.1 o.- '' years of .gc.-Globe-Demotrat.
. ueer (f) Aledltjue.
There is a Medicine wh se
j siiuoker's Ileart-ISurn.
! Heart-burn from excessive smoking,
j or from any other cause, is lvlieved
I by the first dose of No. H. Dr. Hu:;i-
corpse at his feet. He ran in.o the, (hica;o, H-L., April 4.--It is an-
yard. under tiiv from the two men, and ; nounced that at the annual meeting
was overtaken and beaten and cut ; ,,unu "t!l of the Chicago and Kit stern
into unconsciousness. He knew noth- 1 "inois Hallway Company a proposi
ng further until he was aroused by !ti,n wi" lx" oted on to purchase the
iijc nei.uooi-s. ooin men were Ilea v- 1 apuai sum-k, railway jn-operty, cor
ily masked, lie said. One was taU'Prate rights and franchises of the
and heavily built and the other short I East", n Illinois and Missouri Hail
and thin. The murdered woman was ' roa) Company. The latter was in-
evidently killed with some heavy cud- i coi porated January :h. si;i. to ex-
gel, as the lower face was crushed in j tt-4,,1 !ts road from Marion. HI., to
several places, l ne children hail bui- p-apo i.irardeau. fifty miles, affording
let wounds in their bodies. The two connection with th.- St. Louis and
youngest were doubtiess killed in their I Southwestern or Cotton Hell and Vo.
.coereu s true nuneno ur.Ki.-own in-1 ,.,einn. nl.-ers. l,-.iU n,l ..-;.,
4'i-edient. or that it is a cure-ell. This I soivs. It stimulate liver, kidneys i tue Ptr't
nonest med.'cine onlv claims to cure I anti "Utl bowels. e.ei- poisons, heljis
;can Ik- had. Each blanched face on
reports a new calamity.
certain diseses. and that it
ierts a iv recognized by the most ekill
fu! physician- as being the lw.st for
Kidr.ey and iliaddc- Diseases. Jt is
Foley's Kidnev Cure.
i -.i ! digestion builds ui) the strength.
k'iii iru.N .oiu j. ien. .wilier.
Druggist. Guaranteed. 4
German Catholic Societies of Illinois
at Freeport. 111., May 14th to Mth.
For the above occasion the Illinois
Cent .-a 1 railroad company will sell
excursion tickets from H? Girar
deau to Freeport at one and one-third
to be soli! May loth to Mth inclusive
Limited to return until May 17th.
J. T. Duncan, Agent
i Mrs. Lewis I tend.
Mrs. .1. G. Lewis died at the resi
; dence of her husband, four miles west j Eve Salve.
; of this city. April :id, 1!M, after an
'illness of only a few days. Mrs.
Lewis was the daughter of Mr. S. 15.
Werk Eyes .Made
dim vision made clear,
and granulated lids or
any Kind speeuny and etieeiuauy : "No. of
cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle j mother.
One on .Mamma.
small .lonnny haa on his best
clothes, and his mamma toid him not
to play in the.dirt with them on.
Uon t they have any dirt in heaven
eyes Ot ; to nl-iv in--" ho .i-,L-.,.l
sold on a guarantee
tp in tubes
v ail good
boys do up
Williams, a prosperous fanner, who
resides near Jackson. The remains
were interred in the Williams eeme-
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or the round trip, tickets ! . , , , T
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! Davis. '
Never say IMe.
Many desperate cases of kidney dis
eases pronounced ineurable hare been
cured by Foley's Kidnev Cure. Manr
use it. W. H. Coerrer
.low I npieasant
to see a beautiful child's
"Then, what do Kttl
there'r" queried Johnnv.
'Oh they piay harps and sing and
sit under beautiful trees"" was the
All Colds ar- Tainted.
All colds are tainted with Gird
when (Irin nnvnils "tflnviL-.- ..
Grip and Colds that "hang on:'' .1c ! physician
it 1j .. i. .,,';'. ! ..T .11.1-. f
dishWed with .vile hnmnr.. l..I-.,l . Uel1' ald th little fMK
through the skin pimples. hlollZ ! f, " 1 .van h:lVe tree- if
and .ores, and sadder still, when tl:; m 1 " dlrt' -"oton Post.
young' and innocent are laughed :it '. ,. ,, ..
i . .. i ii u 7. I.allard-s now Llnement.
and twitted in all such cases Pa.vr.t, l If you have a ten.ible in in tha
should give them that good and pui ? j sniall of the back
remedy, Sulphur Bitters, which wi I ; Snow Linement. It will positivelv
search and urive out of the Lloo I j oure it an(1 al once Try it and re"
every particle of iiumor.-H.alt . j craendit to your friends. Sold at
GazetK- j Wilson "s drugstore.
sleep, as the bodies were taken from
burning beds. This morning a pistol
and knife with which the blood r deed
was done were found in the yard, and
they have since been identified as the
proierty of Tuttleton.
An lni.uest was held this afternoon.
but the jury adjourned until tomorrow
for new developments. Tuttleton was
examined in jail this afternoon, and
no marks of vioienee were found upon
his person, save the knife wounds.
Upon his person was found a forged
receipt for ?:i.1o. bearing date of April
.1. and signed Mrs. J. Tuttleton.
Tlie feeling against Tuttleton is in
tense, and todav when he was taken
from the jail toward the place of in
quest the demonstrations became so
marked that the officers were compelled
to tight their way through the crowd
that gathered about him. Tonight a,
j o'clock he was driven at full speed
to the Cotton Belt depot, put aboard
an engine that was ready, and taken
eastward toward New Madrid. Where
he was taken no one knows, but the
supposition is that a circuitous route)
bile and Ohio Kailwav-
New Food lor ilen.
Saturday a gentleman stepped into
this office and purchased one hundred
or more oid newspajn-rs with which
to feed hii hens. He tears the pajier
into shreds and soaks it in sour milk
until the whole mass becomes a pulp,
when he feeds it to the hens, and he
claims that it. adds greatly to their
egg-producing qualities. The news
paper is gradually extending its field
of usefulness. From food for thought
it has expanded, until within its
sphere is already included food for
goats and hens. Exchange.
He Fooled the surseoos
All doctors told Iieniek Hamilton.
of West Jefferson, O.. after sufferin"-
18 months from Uectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed: but he cured himself
with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the surest pile cure on earth. '
and the best salve in the world. 2.1c -a
box. Sold by I. Ben Miller. 4