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TTTE TiEPFBLTC: MONDAY. JAXUAET 1, WOO.
THREE EMINENT MEN
I have ha.I a practical experience, cov
j ears, in the manufacture of extension shors.
that period I hrne had as patrons thousands of
r i rr a
i I JM
prominent people in St. Louis, and from all par
globe In every instance my work has been era
satisfactory, as can bi seen frniii tlie Inrve nut
ing this work to ptriection. I do not say tins boasttullv. but wi t,u-'
view to making ton feel perfectly safe in entrusting me with any xf
this nature My measurements are taken accurately and scientif1"
That is the reason my shoes fit the foot perfectly and are so comf(ta'e
and neat appearing. 1 use nothing but the best of materials in eefl,art
of the shoe. Mv shoe fo.ms a perfect rest for the foot, and gettin't'rel
during an ordinary wilk is cut of the question 1 want evert, body0 "
away with crutches, sticks and other visib'e means of support. Try are
unsightly, unhauJv an J unnecessary. I want to make ou one m'
extension shoes. I want to make both of your fet look alike to t- rest
of the world. I want you to enjoy life in all of its fullness. Vhe my
shoes are all of the highest grade, my prices are very moderate
I make all kinds of shoes to order tor weak ankles, ingrowi? toe
nails, bunions, corns, and, in fact, every deformity or freak of St tire
of the foot.
i3jSeiid or write for citaloii", giving full particulars
408 H. SSXTH ST.
I carrv a full line or g ntVmon's
TRUNK LINES HAVE
Say They Will Not Pay Commis
sions After Hist of
SOME MAY NOT KEEP FAITH.
Compensation of A pouts to I!o lie
adjustod on .1 F.iir IJnsi- . ,
Cur I'triMmg ll.iil
The pamcnt of commissions for t! e 'ale
of tickets 11111 he discontinued from to-day
on by the Eastern trunk llnfs and their
Western connections, if faith can lie placed
In tho recent agreement- Tho attempt to
reform the abuses which inevi'ahiy crow
out of commission rajinp, and at the sanv
time to avoid injustice to th genuine ticket
aenf, has many turns lieui nude and as
ften failed, t-ajs the Kailnuy Ace The Ir
responsible Fcalpr and the nadincs of
romo lines to deal with him hate heen .it
Jgrthu lwttom of th" whole trouble. Congress
" refuses to prohibit ticke t s ilp'n. with all
its frauds and temptation ad the cni re
course for the lone-suffering; rend, seems to
be In abolishing commissions .tltocctfccr.
Tho agreement to this efiect. it ia under
stood, includes the renr.sjlvaula. Xett York
Central, Iackawanna, Ishii:h Vallev. vn
tral of N'ew Jersev. Daltlmore and' Ohio
Erie, West Shore, Heading Ontario and
Western Grand Trunk. Chesapeake arj
Ohio Lake Sh re, XUkel l'lato. aluh.
4 ailchlgan Centra and other road tonj
f, tutinir the trunk lines between ti'e '.Miami.-
and tho M. st. "
tUiliei tho comm!ssions ,iaij or ,npc,
. roads, aggregate a last sum. the ,o, re-
HU.tinK from .i!,u of tlie j.rinciple have
Iwn i sreu.r I ndoubtedij inabr.I-
ishinff commion tl read will icadiu t
the compensation cf their agcn.s on a fair
. basis, so that le amoun. mw
l.il0,1S nI" not I'-esent an equal
baling In exp-nses. although it will be ii.
'- 553- l?A " ,'""- rlfonSfur'th"
rpad, and beneiicia. in the lone run 1.,
SSLfSSS 1 "nJ. !- K W' &?&. "if
T .v.'-"" ' .''iuaill and i.n. t..TI..
This rmains to be bn.
caus m ijr i,m 11
CTiey Toot p earlJ ll.dllO, K .
crense tlver s:,.
Beturns from all the contra, ting car build
ers la tha Umt.d Staus. eiciptins me with
a very small outp-jt (whi-h w. !,uu. rjrt.
fuUy estimated f r ni information in the,
SESSf V" ' " -' ;
.Ai.eeui.a anj preiious .ir. nor .mill r,M
Huch as cane cars for pianta- on work l
tordlrff to tl-e records! u.,t hgurts renrfl
ent the iarK. st output for mi , 1 J
was tiie best tjr sin. e 1) when liaV.ii
turs wtre built "" i''"
ti?ietforI?'.',l?!"9 ''UIIt U,I -1""- Ii" '-2
fwi 3u' M-sseimfr and , strfrI , ,.
wouMalbUt ,,f ,he inlMduuI aarr,n
would b. quit,. lmposibll to make mi,
estimate of tho l.,tr ise in the ca,nciH ?f
smSifuf" IreiRht ear;, aetuilh i
fn ll-. 'P ".ls a Pl'-knoun fact that tl"
Increase has bn subM.imial
clr01,,rS.maIl'W,', incidtnt of the
liitl.miljlll5 w-1" u" BrJ Inr.M-e
Last tearmi'f s"" oa,s tur"-J "it
r ' 'fa,r ,ht re JTm) and in li-'O tli.t
.llliuuiuill to Illjm ,.,n .1.1 ",....
k:III r4,, "'."" . '"- '-uumiii lompany
nbsorbe ,i 7. ".u; "'" ,'uiI, "- ' ""
"rn Car V, 1 V""' f ' 0,np "" 'l " ""th
to"ether thr, "";lr; c ,,mpan . brlnBin(r
10?'! b,"ld,"B "rk-' tta' ("
. 1'oolInK l.fKNI.K,,,,,.
for0bBursi,s x-.srv$r) . . '-, T
innX ?-rJh- "''" ' tle Intestate C..m-
;i:rr'',.ar' Fti? ' ili?
lilt!, r,- V. .. . "'"" -eTe Hilt. I l.ir,
?,v ?nc2tOM,of "10 srartinB: to the rullro ids
fi rr ,N rrai-'-i)n to P-ol fr Iqht traf-
P ,inn " . "i""' caririi in Miori, tne
lfi.00"n.:..,JM1,"' Vls to hvue r.!ips,d
,""," -i-iius of 1 pra. tied question into
uc r "Hi
,0 . J ,hls is ' corr. ct diagnosis Ino
J! h' ma1," ,wn f"r the change i-i
f1", !! ask.d the other d,
.VJ . . . ral'roiis now take fo Utile
-ll ."i1 ln ""' I',"nK question a kading
li,,V..i?lcV "f ,h Nortlurn l'acillc
fiil. Irl"c'Pav b caue thex are cv-
to iT.alntaln n iuiuMe rat., wltliout ikh1-
iin.T.i F Tn K as rKinls partlcu-
InrlV lllft tmnl ..... 1 '
i ., . .m- u.'cause cuniniuniL
of financial mirr. r md ihr ev. reLse nf
moderate am! oriu b the liiianci (1 powers
are hnldim: ihe r.T. -. utt. '-. Pi .heck In
s ouy wonis, in- . hi. f nwm rs and not the
t'"1"" '" i'Mnis HiV mt ,! !.;
tand irtinlh fie tif,,t of pools .-, pro
tduccd, Althiut the frrm
V , ,
i.lllilKineiits for )'i llluiri; mill Oiilf.
Kan-s-wCitj JI... D.-c SI In tlie rederal
Court the re ti.ers of the Kansas Clt.
JittshurK and Gulf ronl liave been sicn"a
budsmeni of icrs.. iBo.invt the Kansas City
5and orth. rn mtiow ti-n; ro id for cash ad-j-.ancei
and aNo for .1 share of the seneral
!rpcncs of the Port Arthur stcm. from
fceptemlK-r 1 197 to April 1 103 Tlie re
cHcrs aleo got a judgment for ?:i,T2T8
v. mr ,, . .
W I wereomli'nVV,';'' r1"'"1 b"J"S ars
roundrJ".''",' ' "to '''. m.rl.nii 5-.r.,n.l
testimonials of which 1 am the proud possess r'n"
which 1 will cheerfully send at the request of inWf'ted
persons, My many years of experience in thi'one
branch of business has made me an ixpert, and I1 "
1 iv practically the onh man in the 1'nited St.iteS313'1-
re.i 1 v made shoes froi.t $2 00 5.
jitj - tl e Oinln yifvn Cltt ci Itt
ni r...iu on 1 lor Ii ! 05 aI l!'
Onnha and St toils ro id
Actv Order Iiiril Repurdiui; fteni "
tin- lllliioix Cen I nil.
nrivrr ir- bi n iau
Cntralia, III. Io 31. The IlWt Cer.
tril entini men on tl e tt I.ouls dhiSon. be
twien K.ivt St I.oi.ls, Cilro and ftntrjliT,
li.no rvitlitd noti o that englncts' earn
ings are to l limited to (X p r cjith. and
Iiremen's to J7j Thi ruli will Rirfgi-ner il
bdtlsfartion .iiioiik tte mMi as ttev hae
bteu cro'idtd to the limit of endtrBC most
of the fall jnd in this pla-i will tire an op
portunil t- r st Ttf rule is siTPO-ed to
lie the result of a c;tlan e CuXlittee of
the local H of 14 K conf rtneo rathe pis-
ngt r em;in 1 r question 1 fi w Ttk aso.
Wlien the new runs were put on the passen
Ker lit their earninss wre J'v)nonth. to
be diided amonc he n 11 The BOf I 1Z.
.isKd for sl men. and their repeat Avas
Wuilt I'jiensi'T Icnit.
Salt Iike. I tah Dee Zl-GKTge W.
Hi ints h is lieen appointed secf! pa
senstr aj,nt of the Itio Ur.ud W'e-ttrn
liailn-n. cffeetlre Janrarj 1 Mr. Iteintz
has ln artlns Rtr.eral pae::ssr aunt
tince ti.e retirement of K. A Wailelgh, sev
eral months aKo
X". . Itieliter JTiimotrtl.
DKIsinn I'assonger Apent S 0 Hitch of
the Illinois Cntr.il at C'nelnttitl has ap
liointed K A Ilirlmr tr.iUlcg fassenirer
.i!? nt. with heiilqi. triers at PUt'burfT XIr
Itirhttr Ins biti for some titi pj'-t chief
clerk in the past up r departtet at Cin
cinnati IleerMer Hopkins.
Indianapolis Ind . Ijp- 31-
!ii! fixed tho
of the I'ltiil .nts fnurt
salarj of K O Hopkins, adv
nf tin t-nnieilfln 11.1l V!ra
it JW a month and dates it-
tats to ilaj-
Xerfinul unil Cnrrrt
-The dow ntown lleivtt c
'.ces n ill be
ftiened to-da until noon
-Assistant Gn-ral Pase
ifer Asent C
!. Ililliarv of the IHr Foir
apolis, where his brother is
i! In lndian
eral frtinht agent of the Chi.
will formalij take charge cit
mo oaice here
The Tirst Reslmrrt Ear't was t il.cn to
Jt ffei --on it irt r he Jli .frarl I'a ilie to
Pla at t!u 't.tijtion tn lllz!cn 1. c.,-
crnor ?5iin .2
The fd! mhi,- a 1 polctia-jhts go into f
feot to da o th. b iuthcrall.talla.1. I. C
llutcnins. sUp. rli i-ndent if the t)nille
uivi-nin. win r. 1 r. nt inecaanpin in in it
ter in rtainiiiL t -t iiii.n siLl i,iin . ,, 1 .
between feina , anjjfVianer I'ni it
Vu 1 1. i:in is tx ,-Jilated sjoerin
cndint of 'h Kii.iwiUf ftlvMon. , , r,
l Hm;r r -.istied C SBHavdci j .hi
pomt.d sur -intend, rt of 1 he Ann. jii .i-
MSlon, K. Ij. i.wing
u pointed tralnmasi r at B
H. ! t'ur ir is
rnnii,'haM. ah .
i". J a Jtcjii. 1 on J.
line betveen u jrtai vLur,
p-ary 1 !o ine
r Junptl.i.i 'it !
iHiimc.re. ."s c win te c
U'Saed as pjrt of
the Ashtille iiM .11
-Will Wnrlit who Is'r
lice of tin llbntii ( Hiilrs
the freignt r-
lue the tUf .Jis pri'.din
sns 1 t; utir-
ihr e In, nil.
oad rarrie.1 lour tr.un
in. cars 1 1 h loaded v.
a linan'-. iron
rvew Uileans to the Nort
era maik ts
M'lhiRtn. in his ntiual
there are row 1" Jl ir.l
er Osborne of
report sins tlat
N of railro 1 I in
.MleiiifMii i . r it. I h
'htj-tli; ' ii tit
he waiits ' mi
ll; lmre 1 -,l
jianic 1 minis tht r. a-
plo .-s lia. 1. n mlii.r:
-Th.) Ti 1 do and U.st,
lum has hi. 1 iirii.!.U..r
Rl Il.lllw it 1 titn.
til. .cr.tir' .f Statj. of J
nCOrTrfjrnli ,n lAllli
Ma Th. .inilal
stock is Tl ")" jrn
In. 0rpnr.1t. rt t"r nk
f,i!l,.n , . ,1
I. ceaKrd1 j ,,,,
k, ttan Ho kins and
Se.trae. 1; I. Ii. rrl
IVank It Il.rri. k
- Geni rji p.e-seTii'.
caso St I" i' I lip. - c
sir Aso(i lti.tn ltn
r .latnts of the rn.
r the Westsrn 1 j-n-!
filed to reconimi 11 1
. rs of their lines th it
rifmeir , .inMin
to the txtutie ollu'
the pentli men - jq
normal tarirts lj.tw-,1
11 1 hlcaeoand St Paul
the tirst month of the
be extended to .oir
new j tar
I.tiicd in a IS,
th Tub, Sinmnsi'il-
i 01 1 lu
San franc -0,. Cafi. l),e. a-H.iijaru I'
Jolinvon. a r p,rt r
found In a bitli it
"e c&ronif l was
t!i at hs j0j(,nKS tni.
morninB T 1. tub
.it.nearanr. - in, It, i
faint, d .111.I fill-n
- lull of war. r and
el that .T.-.I, i. . 1
lin'o the war Ti
tlur is suj,j,i t.v1
feet were . iif i.-d u
, " ie la t that his
a r.air t.r i.... ... 1
in.- lath t.iH.ls 11
wiule liN cp.th. s w
in his beds-., n 1 lj.i
w.is ,iK, kiown I
from ln irl li-......
l. fTenlI 1 n "si, i
'", airier 1 11 III
I h th. K,. .n. .1.1
y .... .. ,,,,, ,,n, , ,.
luve beta v Mint-ret
Jolm-..n e mi. . 4
1 1 FrancK.
r the correal
f and after
11 . lit of
Ix insjs ol'l ll. . rs
the K.in-t.s "it Si
imn: S.1IU1I I,. 1 M
sitiou on Ih 1 br.
i'i. r. Ki
na n" v,
ll, i 11 !-
t-'now. who had ki
Snow w is . r, wn.
r, Iiioi In
ll- I" 1st
,' ' month. .,
b. ard tin tr in-i 1 u
s is troop ah,. n,i t
at th. tlm. 1 t his
UDorler for th. p
i.edt.l hun X,.w
-" .'ii. ta ,,
ti.r Ir. it
and Jot iUuij nn -
1 . .-....
ilnce John-on Is al
II w a 2a . ir. .
lr nun. 1-
' ''''thnof i rid. ntal
I and urm.iriied His
. dnut CriiKi loutia-
f.itn. r r. i 1. s ,t
col.i ("o,int 111 th
TAKEN VIOLENTLY iLl
111 the Si
om-us Casf I'isiI
'''"'' Cm-. 1
Palestine. Tex , M
c -Thotn.j Aallst:t.
1 the Stcn, OJSt. WJ
-ltj He suffered from
ph-leinn ,' ,,,n,.
one of the Jurors
lakm IoI. ntli ill
hire Prom tht
lrp of ali..n: sudden
lllnesii. a i feare.j
p sorae that hf h is lieen
KUI'tBI.H'' sln I VI
m WIMilIe Mo. ,ec ., j
into tne JM' O mrtU at in. ""rjjnrs dium
and blow the safSj. LlJl" HUcvl Iaht nIsnt
nd blow the af ,r ?Uot' Iaht n'Knl
a with about Ju)HmlSfull)', aml BOt
-sKojnoney and stamps.
Riitip hti n.i, !.. .'. I
Game, shell fish Juml niiir 1
clous dishes in t-eijon i.'H
iUr pi lees.
uter. b " open
David A. De Armond,
Grosvenor, Republican; John J, Ingall
Independent, Write Their Opinions,
HI 1 t I I ! si , 1 u.
New ork le. 1 linit j,. rin..nd
iils-.mri s able t liaiiipinu ,,f i,moiri
Chirl.- II CiiMniur, ti j,.-r-.n 1 r. pr.
sent itlv. of Pri'ldint M. K111I1 v on th. II or
of the llou-e, and Join .1. ImrjIK u.il
qtalill. d tj dl letlss f rom an indep. lldent
st.imlpt.Int tlie tsimluK session ..f lb. N.i
ttonil itjlsljture. .-(intr Unite tn,. r.dl.iwtnK
as trf'Mie of their tl.ws of the lifn
sixtli t .lour.
Proin 11 lleliiocrillli- Siili.lolnl.
lt IV1I)A li: Alt.Mti.M
The Hepnbllcans are in control of all the
brunches of the liovernuiont 1 lie pos
sess the power to do whatever th. 1 wish
to do That the will t xt rei-e tlii- puw.r
brtidli or peuetouslv Is h.irdlv witliin tlie
bounds of r-.is(in ible belief. How 11 irrew
or hi w Iniilfrir.nt to the w.Ifare .f the
public It 111 n le rem tins to I..- . . n I
lieli.e ihe thcoritsof tiie l:epubll..in partv,
esiec'alU tin It r Its lliiitnlzed leadership
to dnnRerous In ttiidetne, and mut prove
hurtful 11 practice. So, as it appt.irs to
tne. Us Rreit n.nt.iKOtiit. the Demoeratle
partr, ouplit to contt ml nsalnt it tliintlv.
over everv Inch of the cmmitl v.hlili it
must cross to t.rcomplish its bid purposes
Ken as I wiite. In the House the He
publicans are eatlns up their own word-,
and proviPi; their lath of sinqrrltv or tit. .r
Instabilitj. or both. In their .itiwuan of
their sInKi.E0ia.var,i,rj 1 ond-but Inir
natlonal-bink-trust-brt-'dniK I III Tt
r.ly conlll. ntlv upon th. ir n! lift to ecfry
tills measure through the II..u-,e and the
Penile, because cir.h rs 1.. ti port It h.ue
ben Issutd b their tensters. and those tu
whom thi"-e orders ii ve ltn issuetl are
"not to r. ason w Iiy." but to obri
M m matt.rs of f,rejt,.vt Interest anil
Importanc must come b(forr the Pifi
sith C'onsress dttrlin; lt 1 nt s!0n.
perhaps some of tn Kreittr intere-t aid
import nice. presvii.K n )W f,,r r.jiisldera
tlon. ma) be ki'pt out until after ill- next
gineral eiertloii For it must not be fnrcot.
ten b anj out- who sP, tulat. s e in. .rains
the cour-e or tlie Republican partj that its
first and ettr-.il.idlns tli iticht l of i-s.If,
Its next (If tin two thoughts ar- not. in
fact, fractions of the same thought is for
the might asreKilitn- of ueilth and
privilege, robbe.1 of whi. h It would Ije im
po'ent. unit s rtorg.inlzt d 111 on lines with
wlili h its Ilatirav !re unuqualnted later
and often nut at all. the nenrral liuLlic rt.-ct-ives
a pasinr thouijiit
Ociiiticriif le Doi'lrlne
I have said often tint I b. lieve agiriess
Ivint". should characterize the lietnoirjev
to .1 dtRree unknown since the tnitu-ir ibie
campaign of 1Sij nur tople ar .arntst in
their beliefs and n ituraliv brive In btttllti,;
for th-m Thcj art Hetnutrits btcau-e
the btllive in the prin. Ipl.i, of th" p irtv
to whbli tlie are attathtd The) belli vo
thtir part i-, rlUit, and it Is their party
btcaus the believe it Is rleht Tin v look
upon polities as warfar. with r-.i-.m mil
conscience. intead of fiace and w. iimns.
Full of counte and devotion them-tlvts,
they exptct the I)i mot r its who are to the
front In trjinj times like this,, of to-div
to bo brave and devot.d. too Nothing so
-tlrs thtir blood and tires tin ir lit arts at
the sound of sturdv blows, struck for their
riRhts and their faith, bv tho-t whom th.y
have honor."d with the opportunity to strike
Iater on. when tlulr opportunltv comts
tbej will bo in the till k of the nctit revel
ing In the wild b'.t wholesome enthusiasm
that honest conllht nlwavs arouses IJut
now, we who are in C.eiitr.s- fiiinjr th.
rtsponsibilitlts of tiie hour and kopuiK
in Mew the momentous ls-iiei that will di
vide the partl.s In l'" and reillzim how
we ma add strencth to our column bv tie
clue cxercNe of Judcment and courifit upon
tlie floors of the h-emte and lloust and
not foriiettititr that, by tlrni.lltj. or lack of
wisdom, we ma Fucrifirt those fir better
tlian ourselves, and hurt serious! if not
fataliv. the sacred cause of th. p. opb we
ratirot be too careful or In lustrinus In
our tndeavors to know tie risht of thinss
as thev come up. or mav be broiteiht up,
for dU'cu-sion or actlor. or te. villi int in
assallini; the wrotift or In defending the
richt W'e ate upon the st,rmicVi Mne of
l.i ard no nood opiortunitv f-.r t nc is-'in
tilt e nemv s outposts sheiuld pa-s unim
t iov I
It is a fact that. In the 1)i mncratle party
A REPUBLICAN VIEW.
I!V CIIAKLKS H C.IeVi:.Vfin.
Tin. Tift -sixth Congress torn, s toj,e Iher
under peculiar rlrcumst ince-s The I'.tiiuii
Hcttn m.ijnrit is coinmlsseii.il b the olto
cf the pesiple to do c rt itti thlm;. In any
event, and to do c. rt lin oth. r tilings If
lour. I to be wis. .nd Judicious
As to the things vvhli h the- Republican
nntority has lu isjm.nisi-ion.sl toil
First and most const, 1, u,.us of .til. it has
bitn d.lnrat. d to rtvt-. the st ntitor linaii
1 1 il eordlilon of tte ountrv tint i to a.
It has bt 1 11 .1. . Id d I. th peopi,. of the
t untr. In the e, . t..u of Mi Kinlt v and
the- u; ''.-Idinif of th. plitturm at M louls,
tint the 1111w1lt.11 law of tht Trt lsurv,
whith for twtnt vtars has uid sold upon
vtrv ubllititlon of the clovt rtiment. sh ill
bt now ortlertd ! st itute to continue tint
pious- This Is slmplv to enact into 1 ivv
tin detlar.itioii of tht 1 It public in pi itform,
which ordilnid the existing; gold tan'iar.l
When Congress sh ill have approved of
1'ils measure, either In the form It com. s
to tin smite or in sin li form as m iy ifter
w irds li. atrt.il ui on, then will be no free
and unlimited coinage o. silver in tills e oun
trv for th. next eight ..irit in any event,
I,. iause tie smt, .timolutelv sure Io
be an ilnst it during that pt rlo 1 of tlm.
Wliile the Ulngle bill has protlin ed a
great ind gr.itlfvlng return oT rexmue to
the Treasurv t lit re is vet nt vt rti.. I. s. ,t
dt in md th it must be lit ni. .1 tliat Hurt
shall be econeunv In tne public . pen,iitur. s.
needless e xp. nditurt s mu t not be III tile,
and mm i.et.lful thlrg.s must be. postpoti. d
to a later .i'u', futurt di
As to trusts and combinations It is mv
judni. nt. and I s,. vi,j t , report." rf
this piper some divs ago. tint the Sherman
liw of lsi which was a Republican m. . s
ine antl whicli Ins now b. e 11 jhu into fill
foiie and e ffectlvtness bv the Il'PU'ii: i'i
adiniidslratioti. c,iv.s all the rcintcly i d
fol in th tontrol and ovn-'iriv ef i'ligil
tiusis and Inimful trusts vhi 'i r ir be
in nl bv the 1. tion of e"nngrcs This ' t s.
lation thus upiit Id bv tiie Stipreir. ( er-t,
ov.ts tne whole- ground of t ongresti ia ii
.11 tlii, and all otht r laws should b. tna-ttd
bv the I. gs!aturf of the sev.ral Slates 1
ieiat what I sjul 1,. for. I nil opposed
to am Interference be congressional action
wilh the riglit of th. M llt to organize,
ei. ate. 1 out ml limit .ml rtgtil itt their own
inriora'ions In th.lr own w.13 ami for C011
er. s to inipiir it bv limilatinn upon the
oiierat'in of Snati lorpor.itions o'li r than
t .tt which was matted In tho Interstate
e.mni. r.e I ivv noul.1 b- s-uc h aviolitlon of
the rich' or States th it it 's not to be
thought t for a mom. nt
Our insult r iosstsions They will, of
cour-e. reetlve tin att. ntlon of Congress,
and the action whitli will come of Congress
will be along the lines of. ilrst. as to
Cubi. th.' t stahli-hni nt or her lndepen
titnit. so soon as sh 111 mifests capiblllty
for self-government, .md aloti-r the Hues of
what is Pes- for the ptople of l'tarto Illto
and the l'liilippines couplt.lv ith 1 const nit
mi es to wlnt is most proiitab'e, most wise
and pitnotit in the eves of the American
people an 1 for their interest
FROZEN TO DEATH.
Tiist Victim of the Scmtl- Cold in
I), troit. Mich De II Alphonse Hempice.
aged 45 ears is the first vi tim of the cold
weather in Detroit He was found frozen
to death early to-day. Just one square from
his home. He had been drinking list night,
and was last seen alive when he started
from i saloon in the neighborhood for his
Hcmpke'.s head was badly cut from tho
effects of, a fall, and it was at Ilrst thought
that he had been murdered.
Democrat; Charles H,
I i I 1.1. s 1
ill. r. is not . ,
upon ill th. I'
v II , .. 1 I of Con r. ss
nii. I. 1 11111 mv oi . .mt i
IlllliU U si, ls ,,f th. .1 IV
ti. t 11, ni". r 1 s I., h iv.
It t t 11 11 i It 1
opinions 11.I u ..1. vbtt 1 ll t.oe lor ! 111
i- It .le. 111 1 :lt i. . 1 i-.f to ! r s tl ,,1
lit liviiliialilt in. I r. -, 1 1 .1 for tn.-w.lt. . ,r
th. 1it.I1vtd1t.il . itiz 11 . 01 sliitit 111 - .'tti
of I.. mtM ia. .. though ii"V and then v. tn ,1
some u.il rov. Illllld. .1 t.llow who s wi '1 1
Isirtv .,ii. who in. 1 ihitik h. 1 of P i
11. r. lit t.i tins .)!..!..- 1 1. t II I.. 111
1 I11.1l diff. r 11, . s ..f ..pi 1. n tt. t ..t
sarilv to Ih dt plol. .. Wi.lltliesi tilli. 1. -
are found t.. xlsi a most j.r 1. ti. .. .pi , t
is as 10 vvliu . our.s sluitl Ih t.i 11 t
would s,,tn nut ill- juirm.it of i t i
l.eltv rith.r Hi 111 the ju.lKtii. nt of th. 1 1
norltv should v.iii liemo. rats .ir. 1 .vv
in j. pi.-tlioii to iom l.r qiilie '.rlousK Hi
for. e of this popular Ih inwrat'i plnl s ,
phv Vl.ijorilv .I111I ulue 11 1.
I think no tun ..in doubt III it toe .! , I.,r 1
ti.nis iii.uje by th. U'nioirn;!. imrtv it hi
ciKo In P.tl thu w. re expr.siv. of the
judi;rot nt i.r a mtioiitv 01 tlios vv ho I.
longed to Hun .rK.nizallou It is mv l Ii. t
that the ludKtni rt or a tii'joiiiv o( tht
partv Is vvtial tlie judgment of the in ijorl'v
thtn was I U-lieve the mijorit Judt'iit in
will be tinehintf d when the Na'ional I. m
oti.itie Convention meets in lyo if "... tht
lines drawn In 1V must rem mi. tlm.mli . -tt
tided, atcordinj: to Ihe judgment t.f tie
tiiaj ritv. as to thi newer qui stions i.e -.
tn for solution
'ne of tlose qu stions. thoti!;li ti it n. vv
hjs re.'.i.il yueli Imp. tus b etirr. nt t v nts
of tin- p t tiiree .vears Put it must I u
mu. h ot 'he interest and import 1111 w .i, Ii
otdmaril .UI.kIh.- io a qutsiion .t "ti '
tit vv and ure'al Jt i tl e trust qu. sii.e.
I taneot uiub rstaml how a in in t in b. i
lit mo rat md I ill to 1-e a .a. to t'l. It 1 1
I lope tint upon this i nn. all vv!'. j
t to Ixi.ve in Hi.- prin. ipl.'s- ciunu 1 i
li. Jctf. rson and to ! adn 11's .it.
p.i.t v lib h h. founded will t nd It t 1 I
Jpmt his jtarlv ill its -.t u uppoeit ti to
this nn Urn dt no for wr..nm il 1 l
and titui, nnlliins our Cov eminent, v. ,i It
was foumltsl in tlie be'itf that :i .1 'i ive
the ri,;ht to sovern thtins.lv. s
Inqs riali -m must Ik u promin nt I si.r . f
Hit approaching eiinpaivn .Mauv r iik
It as more vlt.I tl in all tie ot'o--, t.r,
th. v sn. mist.i'.ts in Intern tl poll v i iv
N cort.tt d b tore itreat li.irm has 1 1
wrnitpht but a fundamental ilunt 111 t ..
Iil r of Ihe : .vi rnnn nt its. f H re ai dip J
Ail must usre. I think, tliet v lie, lit r t' -!:
public stiil) e.onqutr tli pe iple of tin
lslii.il of distant s..is and hoi 1 '1 m v la
t ftroni: arm of milii.tr povv r. cri,ui rn
Ih ei arter the manmr of tne Urillsn '11 the
tn in ir. nt. nt of thtlr t ilonb . must be
worth s.rious consl.I ration bt teirt a deii
siot in the alhrniHtlve.
lor 011.. I nsirtl imperialism ns e..
1 1 illy wronj and inlit t. ntly elani;. rou I
s iv "'imin elr-m" advi-ttlly S-mn soft, n
the crime airaitist libtrt ai ei free govern
meiit si w II expr. s.mI in the one word
4 imp. rtalism. ' bv i llins it ". p inion "
forgetful tlnms.lvts .,r fineir,K or h. p
I11K tint oth. r m tv be, of what bhikt -In
ire siid about names.
; ,. 10loni.1l sstim . t exploited In tlie
'orld has barmomzt tl or cm bo m ide 'o
Inrmonlzo with til' genius of a true IJe
jmllli The soul of tht IlepLbll t 111n.it
.survive the t. n of th Kmpire. tin: mil for
:i corsid.r ible time the fo'ni mav rem ilu
so. for tlie H. public is . ntith. si- of tht Km
plte The I'."pulili( is j rotr. s in the pa'hs
t f th. free; th" Impiro is the fortn s eif
Tint the Temociitl.' partv will eontinuo
to revere tliev I'ecljration of Indept nilem 0
.nd the C.iiistitution. and hold fas Its f.itli
in the Republic, 1 . ani.ot doubt, let others'
bolie-vo as th. y mav Tn this linn convic
tion I It k forward iithout .1 fe ir to the
ass, nblinsr tf mv partv in convention ntxt
xtar. c inll.Unt that it will deviire in
strongest tt rms ac il'tst imperialism.
siiirim: as I belitv I do the views of the
tinjoritv- of mv pirtv. and onild. nt tint
ihe vl'ws it the m.iioein win tlnd ch :r
iprtnn in its pi it form no jurtv- ill:li
cultles confront me V, h it will th e of the
partv who are In 'he mlnoiitv do' I must
btlltve tint such of tin 111 who .irt sincere
iKmocrats will .inept the d.eision of tho
mijoritv of th.lr frl.n.ls rithe r th in desert
thtir j irtv f.r tlie It puliheinisin whuli
to-dav !' its nt. nnri. eif th Line. Ins of the
P 1st lut live- movt - and has its heme;
iiml. r th. br md ef 11 inn. i
C.rtuinlv a e nuine U. mm rat. if uialile
to aste. v Itli his pirtv tntlrel). o'iht to
Iiml iom,) In it ar I of it with wiiiili he
eli. . a'.n. to .n.ibl. him with a el.ar co li
st lenie Hid l s,it 1,. irt to Ilesht with
v ilor h !. ml .'lthusiasm 11; hist tio
m t-ilfold .vils cf inibrn It. ptiblieanism.
IIV JOHV J lXl.AT.I.S
Tills Co ,t s- op, na a lirnil ui vv xolutro
ii tho hi tore ..' tho T 'lilted States.
' lid Hunts have passed awa. Sin Ap
pomattox .1 gcnerition hasi got.'. All tho
treat civil :.d military Ic id. rs of that
ei".ch nn el. ud The ciucKilous tint for
1 el f a e aturv divide d imrtlis tniinelatiii
tlie nation v.ltr. blood, and t-nnv uMn.- it
i.ing art. rw irel, .n . rest. .11,7. d in statutes
or setti.d b the loj,e of tvtnts. 01 tx
tinet. s it.- ri-'its the n. cio. r- construc
tion, the crime of T'., the til ft of the
insldilifv tTe . tibae ks. the t inft. gov.rn
111. nt bv injuti lion Ire e coinage ol silver,
arc. no inert The e 1 1 't s thrill, ide-tll clir
lon 01 tli. 1 1 lioii g Imni mi p. rhaps h. re
artcr rouse them from their lovvlj bed. but
not b.fore the e 11 1 of ilclvitdt 's .s,-coii.l
In their place .q p. ars tl . gold st in, laid,
monopolies, th Ni ar.1111 (.anal Cuba, in
sular possi.ss.ons. eolonial tit ,t ndi tie le ",
the war in the l'liillpi liie-, world e.unpiti
tlon ai.d comminial nipremui v
Till, to far as e'isi li.sod. Is tho pro
gi nnrie ,,f tin Twentieth nttirv in
wide M Congr.sj ims Hie lnltliitiv It t not
wanting In ti.. Mtmuliis of novelt. nur in
eqportunitv for st it. sm itish p e locpi. nee
in de lKite orator and b o! rsh.p If th.re
be .inv mute, ingioiious tle.t.rs or Pat
rick H. urvs in the M-nit or House, let
them no. sp.ak out or fo-ever after hold
thtir pe it r lie v nted be mute md In
glorious no longer Ihe occision lice
Tills M-sion I Congress will be f-peclal!v
Inte testing and important Ik cause it will
formulate the issu, M of the coming' pre -i-ebntiil
nmisiign and liv out tlie lines of
battle b.tvv.en IJ. public inism and De
mo, rac lloth pirtlos will plav for posi
tion, and each will try to put tho oth. r
In a ii....
The pissage of the gold Mandartl cur
nncv bill bv the House w is a striking ex
ample of the habits and nethi ds of the
Itepubli. an partv It had I'oxed tlie cem
pass on tiie moliev question It ere it. d
thr legal tender grrenb irk and p'ovld.-d
tor tl.- r. sumption ef specie pavments l" r
i.n xejrs it carried on a disparate Ihrt 1
tion with silver, and tli.n, at the nd voted
for the single gold standard with enthusi
astic tinaulmi'v rt -. nfun nl bv tlevcii
Democrtls. v 1 ich n quire d litroim K
mav not bt s,, lort an 1 ee in tlie c nate.
where th. T.eo, 1 di rt is ui.sli. val but the
lesuit vill b. tlie s ime aii. I the im eqI. wl'l 1
siv Amen. Tie man wh-ainis at tiotiiing
alwis lilts It .md this jqt ir, to In th
predlcimtnt e-f the Dtinocrats Thev have
nt aliirniative imll, v
If the K. publicans in Congress have 1
weak pot la thtlr armor it is on the sub
J.'ct of trusts an I mcnojMIIes T h. me..
sage of tin Irt si I, at sh vv how seriniwly
tht eiursiion has t ng ige.I tubiic attertloti
The mijoritv i narrow and the encroach
ments or the innticv imiwct ire stre iiuo lit
and s-ditle The p. ople tl. mnn.I riiinland
aggr. sive hit just legislation I'or f ill. re
the pirtv in ovver will be held I. pon-iMe.
The j.resent antl-'rust 1 iv. is c curious Il
lustration of he in iccuraci.vj of 1 istorc it
Is geinrallv known as the "fliernii'i act"
and is iiopularly saprosed to h iv e Imn
drawn bv tlie vrrerahl st.ttesnnn from
Ohio The i-ngiMa! bill wn- reported b Mr.
Slierm in from th e'onimltt.e .1 Fit a nee
It was debitte.1 for .veral el is in he Sen
ate and found to 1. IneiTntlie tint It
was rather nnrereniniiou-lv i 'erred tci the
Committee on the Judlclir. wliere Mr. Ed
munds the chairman took I! in aand and
reported the nit isitre exactly .as it now
stands in the stitute le ok It was mu. h
sneered ,i for 1 wliile as 11 tub to t while,
but tho recent decision of the Supreme Court
shows that it I- one of the most profound
and fnr-ri'aching t nactments of mod'rn
5'lii tuler ISiiiiiniersklrelien.
ItFTflll.Il- sl-K, I VI.
fItl Illnlev III Dec -.1 -Mr IMw.ard
hipelen and Miss Ilermtu 1 Uommerskirchen 1
of this place were married jtsterda.
H (5i4 antl 5S OL8VE)
ll OW THE SQUARE.
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ff " ri (Pli "IP Sf 1 1 M
j mjL 5dlb ublllhiuifbyib 1 0"twlDilOWi I
a 11 u I
I U Enormous Gut in Prices SH Sic-iig fhs Line, ttewj Linss of ;
UHERfS UNDER WEAR, SHIRTS, HEOKff EAR, HALF HOSE, f
I V GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, Etc,
fj NS, A good opportunity to secure High-Grade
H NN. Men's Furnishings at Lower Prices
I s. than you pay tor cheap goods. Ss f
SERVICES IN HONOR
OF DWIGHT MOODY.
Glow in;; Kulnipc; on thr LiO niul
( ll.ll.lfllT Of t II" HfCI'SlsclI
FOUR CONGREGATIONS UNITE.
AtMn'ssps: M:ilrt l.y Tlirt-r Minis
(cis WIio WVio rcrsonallv Ac-
ii:iiiit'(l Willi Him Sc.--
cifts of His I.t-siilts.
Memcrial services In honor cf the Into
Dwliht I Moody oecurretl at 1'irst Cetn
rrres.itloii.il Church last nicht. Tho ad
dtcsses were made by tlie Ibverrnd Itaxt.T
P rullerton, pastor of Lucas Avenue Cum
berlnt'd rrebjterLan Church, the Heveremd
Moshelm Ithojes, pastor of St M irk's IisT
llsh I.-ither.in e.'hureli, ami the. Itevcrind
Stmitel J N'IceaIIs, pasf.)- .jf siecond 1'rcs
livtcriin Chirth. All the spe -hers we re per
sonal aceiuaiatances of th late evanKcIIst.
Tho attendanco at the services was Iar?i
Tlie auditorium of the church was filled,
ar-l number of persons were In th" balcony,
lie carnc-stress, with which the speakers
I r.ilMtl .Mr Moody as a man and as a
( Instlin. ivl.bt.ceil their dtep fielitiK for
him. lib the close attention Riven by the
CeiiiKreRation attested tin- elrep tcnlerre-s
with which his mime rv is rev. red. Tho
services were under the direction of the
lit i ere ml Co-ne ilt.s II. I'atton, pastor of
1'irst ("oncresational Church.
After siimtne. s.crl,ituie re idlmr 1 the
It. ve r. nd illlam Nim 11. pastor of e'.anp
ton Hill Concres itional t hurcii. and prajer
bj IVoetor I'atton. Iioctor rullerton was
Hoe tor Kulicrton sail tliat Mr. Mood
was a man sUih .is the l's.ilmis-t lias de
Mribtel is IiavinK lion inndc "iittlc It.ss
than (Jod " It w is not Ids puipo-t, he s ud,
to glorify Mr Moody us, i man, lut as one
who had I en nvitl bv urace. He Is nut
dead, for such .1 man citinot .Ik. but whin
we intimate him as tin- 1'siimlnt estimites
man, we' i tnnot but rttrtt that lie has
passed from earth Tlie pnd of ills life, hovv
tvtr. tame In the fullm of Ho-i's tlm.
Ills pissing ,iwav but rounded out the threat
worK ll it fJcl Ind fiven him to .1.. Mr.
Mdv Has ill., unto tlie bitlli .scarred vel
e ran vv I' i return1 home at tlie end of tlie
war His service v as etid.-d
There who two thliiKs In the life of Mr
Vomit thnt Impress! i Hoitor I uliirt-m
more thin ajijthlm; else One was his int
uit use c otrrion sense He lived eIo.c to hu
ll! in niture and s ivv man as a part of
ijils j;t, u universe- lie studied ire n, and
lie unil rstood the m ..s vv-II, peril ips, as
aii man that e-ter lit.tl His w at com
mon se.n.e made Mr Moodt the man for a
iri-is He n.-vtr despuirid. he was utter
Mirprlsfd, he vv is nevtr disconcerted tv.il
In tlie face of the most serious elltlle ultie's
'I lie other impresslv. thine about him was
Ills imni. ns.- tilth Too rain) men have an
Ind. Unite faith Mr Moo iv s faith vva
ei. iintt. It was tin kind bv which in m c in
ifelv 1 V He believed In the Wold of
i St.l, lii u inured it. and l.e lived bv It It is
not wonderful, tin it fore, that sm h a mill
canrot be e 1 lime el 1 us Ami rn ins, he
w is a btrit.m- of tin- whop world In ail
parts of l!r it llritaln and Ain-rl. a, me a
are th inklt.K Oud lint for almost fort
jiar.s.Mr Moodv did the n rk t (iol
si i-ret if His smvrs.
In lrtro.lurins Doctor Rhodes, who v.si
thi n t speak, r Po. tor I'atton remarked
that he and Hu tor Ni. tolls wire iierli.il s
tilt unit pastors now In M leotnr vviio hid
taki n isirt in tlie fc-re al Mood and (-alike v
revival In this tit a quarter of a retitut
Hector Rhodes dt t hired th it Mr Voo.lv
livid .!. th. s.rvant of man mil tat slate
of Cod He lal I hoi ed th. lie irt of .very
inni tint came tin It r Ids intiin me. and, tlie
speal.tr thought tint wis on- of the
stHirc s of his itr.at power Mr Mooelv
had a lone siriiKsIe in re ic Iiina his hUli
position He acbi" ved it bt means of hird
and t irnest work Mnlt ncss of purpo-e
and unsw. ivins d. votioti to the cau-e Ills
w.im a cre-it power ot orKanl7ation He
VV.VS Hot eloquent, but the- UCe'-ss. of his
preactiine; 1 1) in Its tortefulne-s, md in
tl.c faith tha' w is tin dominitli s intlu. m e
in his lit II eli 1 no: itt mpt to do nunc
things, his Pie was ,iv.n up t ti work
of the vana. list That was the work lie
s. out to do. ind as a rest lit people do not
know him as a nan of multitudinous parts,
nor as the l.usj ikistor of a liirr i it lunch,
but as a in in who pr- idled to men wliert
ct. r he found tin m
He was not sus(,,ptj!,if. j0 tlat'erv, and
he was ii nstantl watching him". If that no
false- pride ml tin .-liter int.. his pei-s.iinlltt
lit w is jealous of his, tlie honor o' Ids
l.ord, mil all the i ro'tns were laid it bis
fe.t. Wlnt plr-s,.ci his Ix)td pU.is.sl him,
who lried hi Ird he loved V hlle oth
ers listened to itrimmirians and to critics.
Mr Moodv listmed to the Holt fihost The
spe ike r tli.l not mean tint h- was detf to
tliat higher critici-m vvhiih has worked fie
the bt nt tit of tod s e uise. but h. sets hiPi
self res .lup iv acain-t antthinK tl' it miKnt
overshadow th. Kr it fart if dod and
"1 c irinot but think " said Doctor Hhod.'s.
tin. Vr Mood s xs.wer as mi evangelist
was v-.amniT This was not because of the
les-enitiK of Ills powers, but rather, he
cause cf tlie changed conditions His v.erk
was dont and his passing .wva vv is but
the roundlmr out ef his ureit work"
Ivortor lecolls declared that the death
of Mr Mood was a great and Irreparable
loss to mm He vv is ,i leader nmoniT men
He had attr"cted such audiences and had
held them elav after dav. as no other man
of the present time had (lone He hrousht
inspiration and hepe to the church and
wh"-eter he went, there was a retiva' cf
chtreli life He spoke with uch wisdom
nnd tact and sincerity and sympathy that
all'l'stened to him nnd believed.
Jt was too early jet, said the speaker, to
foir n o.b let Ij correct irrprr. icn of
Mr Mood i v ere too 1 st to 1 ' n .m I
ptr j tive is rie -, arv t tl. ir ! tr.z of
i 1 r p r ltiipr- .'i n of tnj tr- it ti n . r
thim; Doctor Nice oils was happv to tak j
wi h him throuirb the rest of e s life th.
r. .eili.sti n tint he Ind b'n ..- (in unt.-d
with Vr MfKnlv. that be had worked with
him and tlm he- hal bce-i his u-st. Hut
tne Moodv of the earlier davs iie said,
was not th.- Mooei of lit r ; ears, as ill"
l'aul just conv.rte.el ard preaciiin the r. t"
iosj.. ! with iicrv eloqu. n"e v. i not tho
roiirdel nut aid c mplct d l'aul v.hos..
writings and t. achle,- have I -ousht into
fulkr life tie hoi., of the w .-Id.
Source ot His I'one-r.
Mr V.mmIv w.is not a m in of tne c-duea-tion
nor one of particular eloepience,
w is not a particiilarlv tr oil t.i tr. and
Voile it Is true t'l it th. bou'es he wrote
were tert widely read, thev did not 'ive
Ionu. th"j' were, p miliar because of the
insri -vho wrote tin in. It.it unepi.stl . nal.lt
li I ft a cr. t imj ress uikmi all lit. "u
eial as well as religions He was aot i
thesileirian, but he e st.iblKi"cJ a the lo-ju il
sehool. he was not a toli.s in, bi.t In
found. I .1 college, hestuclitd on b" ok. 1"t!
thit he knew thorouhlv. teli te 1 ther
ouhl .ind live-el thoroinchiy. H had a
(- t it Inline me up n the imlp.t. tl sJH ker
ilassim; his influence in tint rt.(vt with
thit of John the liiplst. 1'iul. ?t Chrt
sost.tn. Knox Weshv and Whi'ti-ll
"ej.el tr.urcd him " said the sj ake r
There vt 18 nothing surernatnr.il aleont bini
ror about his work Clod ii-u.ill brings
such men as Mootlv from ob-curitt ln t nl. r
tliat the cior may be his and not man -Mr.
Voodt was u moster of i-semblisf
It was this that javo him his fame, md
vvhkh b-d the press to chronicle his Jiiot"
ments as it did tint of kins Tiie source-j
of his power wire his sublime and unfalter
lntr faith, which was accented ln all h said,
and which led him to alwas preach what
I- known as the o,cl-f ishloned Rospel; b.sj
ptajerfulnessfor he livid In constant com
munion with find, and s, ldom htld a co'i
t elation that he did not Interrupt it for
ttiver: his compb te consecntlm for he
lived for with and in G id, his tndtfaticable
earnestness in labor, an 1 Ids imp ens? m
picltv for hard work; his ma-velcus pow.v
of orranizatlon. which has 1 een unsur-p-ssul
In his day, and hl .piick and al
most urtrring' i;rasp i,f quostions and situa
tions. ' The lesson of his lifo is worthy of study.
lie has shown us what God's Rrace c.vn ac
complish w Itli a common mi "
Doe tor I'atton read .t letter from n rela
tive who was prent at the death!e.l of
Mr Voodt nnd which told of hi I nt
hours 'If this Is d cth " he had s ild wli. n
the e "il was tlriwlnt- "ear. "it is not bad
at all. It n sweet" loiter whin the doc-tii-
wile attemptintf to def. r dcith he
had r.monstrited savinK. "Jt will mike It
so lo-ic for tli. f imtl "
Th. t.isi so-ip ,,f .he servi-c fas, "I. -as.
I.e.v.r of Vt Soul, which had been un?
at Mr Meeidc s bedsid.
POLICE SERGEANT ARRESTED.
IM I'o- Shot nt n ISiirtt-mleT While
Poll." F. r;r. art I'd Tot of the Second
District en tte 1 con.s-ideral.Ie e item, nt in
the barre-im of the laci de Hotel ester.liv
.aftern.MHi bt shootiner at the bartender,
lMward MctlYe Vox -as pi ic.'d under ar-t-st
and stisHneIecl from tht force
lMween I in,l 5 oVl.Mk jesterdat nfter
neK.n st, rir. mt Fox while i-i full uniform
st iLVtrtd into the hotel birroom anl call si
f. r a drink s-onator ore h inl of St C lai b -V.irtln
e'liniv and .an liisiirnm-e am nt
nameJ r. n of K tnsas Cit wits drmkii ir
at the bir. Hid Wren p lid for t'l.- drinks
vvi-h a J-M b II Act online; to s0mt of the
lustander s-erpeant Io thought thit the
chansrt. 1h1oiib-.1 to him. and when pre
vented from takim. it li-taire abusivt He
went b ii k int.. the anterocm at tli. re ir of
th- sraioori and s it ,(- ne of the lilies
After mumbling for some time o h'ms.lf
Red, Rough Hands, Itching, Burning
Palms, and Painful Finger Ends.
ofe night cure.
Soak the hands on retiring: in a strong;, hot, creamy lather of
CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely with CUTICURA,
the great skin cure and purest of emollients. "Wear, during: the
night, old, loose kid gloves, with the finger ends cut off and air
holes cut in the palms. For red, rough, chapped hands, dry, fis
sured, itching, feverish palms, with shapeless nails and painful
finger ends, this treatment is simply wonderful.
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Evory Humor.
4 X ,.. kiIh oni nolten the thicUned cutlclf; 'ct:cci.a Oistxeit (0t;.).
111 IPll m to In.toctly altiy itchkiz. infianimaUon. and irriuilon. and ootle aai
. i .
j.. - -- i. Arta
TllP PFT 3l OP -t-,i .,tu-,rr in
IMC f"i " Jl - MMu...fc .
Sllb UUt viifcv U(
all else Jails. raiTER
be .:r-w his revolver and pointed It Pt Me
rit. Wli n the bar', n I. r re m,nsrat.sl unil
a I.. 1 I"i rot to i oint th Kim a' him. thi
S t nt I.iael ,11", ss tin tihl.. t K.k as
ei lib rate aim asms condition v.-nul I allow
ii I lir.-l at the birtenil. r Th s', t went
wild and struck tie i.ihmr. knocking c!f a
i rgt e hunk of pi ist. r
eiilher Ikttt. rsbv t.as callol Ho ill-aruie-l
the drunken enri'int but as ha
fetretl trou'.ie he .ailed hi oihcer IVirlin.
end the two man hetl Fox to thi- Fojr
Court-. wh re he was paven a. 'et ro lcc
tur. bv- the f'hlt f. relk-..-.! of his clu'i anil
stir and "i.sp. nde tl from the loro. pend
ing an Inv.sticatl n b.irires will bo tlleii
at; ilist him -Irffor. 'he I'oli'e lu ird
in tne m. antiint M in u-i r swolel oi
ehe Uielesl. Hotel hid telcphonsl to tha
Tijli-e stm a. a-nl I'aptain revnalls. waa
ent to th- s, , n, , nn th. otll rs r. re ai
re a.l on he r w iv te rhe- sti tjon with Fos
when Captain K tnolls irrived
V was o mm h nnd r the nllunci of
liquor v hen he arrit.d at the oiati.n that
h- vv is unable to isive any Ri count of tb.
S.r'. ant H.1 Fox was appointed to tha
n li. e tone in iCsi ortlintr to some of
n'.s It-other olT. . rs h was disml --d f o
drunk, nn. ss Iiecemler 3" IV. Ho wasj
afterw ird rein ttcj and 1't.r was mnde a.
PRESIDENT DIAZ INVITED.
Phins. for Xiitioiinl Live Stocli
r.FPrri.Tc ppi:n i.
Fort 'VVor'Ii, Tew, Dec. SI Scc-eiary
Martin of the National Live Stock Associa
tion h..a sect letters of intitation to Pres
ident J V Sp'iner if I),nt r to Tit. -dent
Diaz of the- Kepu'.iic of Jlext-n. Oot
e rnor Saters of Te-xis .md the President of
onezjclo. asking them tn Ih. present ln
person or bt repr -s.nlatiens at tbe ncc
mectinc of tho association, to besin hero
or Janu irv l's
Piealdent Ppnnscr sajs he ctrccts 3.0-rt
deleKates The .association numbers eil'J
members, re pre si-ntir 43e.t.orii.
(iiiternor waters will wcl-otno tho asso
ciation ln behalf of the Si up The pro
Krammo for th" meetinc Is liteel Ad Ircss
e trill be made by representatives of tho
Depar'm. nts of Anrulture In th" Unite 1
State s and e'.anada and c ittle experts and
bretders and live stxk otlicnls from arl
AGREE TO ARBITRATE.
Scttk'iiK'iit of riciic'li Labor Trou
P. Ktienne. rr.ltice. Dec CI Despite tho
extensive shutting down of the iron work"
and factorie- in tliis IiK-nlitf. o-vlnc to tne.
t-liortase of coal, the situation to-day Is
improved, havltis tho jciint decision to ar
bitrate M Jaure?, the Socialist, who will net for
the stnk'-r-s in the arbitration, arrive 1 this
morning to meet the mine owners. A hope
fii" fnlir now jr. tails that the disputes
will lee settled nm-.cablv and without fur
ther il la
The lace worken. hate alao airreea to W
ANXIETY AT MARSEILLES.
Ptwimor Lioriv l:i O ramie Thought:
to IImvc Fniiiulervii.
Mars, ilk s, Dec 21 Great nnxicty is felt
here resardme the fato cf tho French
st amer Uhrre li Grande, due at Marseilles
from Odessa n we k aso.
She is suj ii-cd to hate foundereil durinj;
tlie recent Kales, with her cre.vv of fortj
llte. .- (L-L. t a e.uvl itiit .arti inM ninotia
a!n ami hlorwl hnmor. with lofloXh "H
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lnca am Cuim. CoEr., tiolc I r