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TTTE TJEPTTKLIC: MONDAY, -TANI'ARY 3, 1000.
gus M iV
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A tastefui appearance in dress often comes as
much from good laundering as from the quality of
the clothing. Good laundering requires good soap
and ivory Soap is the best.
The faJinp of delicate shades is frequentlv the ruination of an crenivi
garment. Anv color That vv ill sUn J the free application of water un be v. ash-J
with Ivory Soap.
CCPTtlGMT refl SI TMC
Iarr"s ife l jnt the place to rest, re
fresh our - ineiuie-v in I revise t'.t -lio.'J'lu-Ust
when downtown f.r i dav - nun 1. i-mi:
Wcll-cookcd fini-l il.ui HI s, rved at n.od
trate com. will 1" r. i it iv.rv dav
POULTRY SHOW TO-DAY.
Many Kiitrio Ai lived Yi'-tculay
ricpaiatiuiK fm ilie Opruiuu.
KvrjlHi.i vvj busy at tl'e Coliseum yes-1erri-iv.it.l
late 1 1- m,-lil settru; tlmurs in
irdt-r fur the re. eiuioii of ih. arr.iv of foatli
tied Ihmui M ui.v 'if "inn arrlvi d jo
lerd.ij but tlir lnrs-t shipments will not
KH i" until this nmrnlni: A number of lo
al fanciers lirouqht their stock yesterdiv.
in order t hive them lilaced liofore the
l-us-li. Somevcrj fine specimens were anions
C.irnenters wore milt in? up lone rows of
iOiiforin exhibition cip ami maMnB special
A Reparations, for takii.i; tare of the ptuas-
'nts and iarcer Mnls which require an un
usual amount of space, in order to have
. room to move around and dl-play them-
selves- The St I.ouls .Woclatlon .in boast
- beinp one of the few organizations of Uili
'ind v. nose elegant coops arc its own prop--rtv
Thev represent qt-ite an outlay nr
Sonc, and are con.-idtrod so nearly per
fect that iee;ue.-ts from other larse cities
nklnir for thtlr use are a common occur-
' rence i
1 J Judges Ituttertield and Rridfre will arrive
this morning and epect to ctt started oil
the poultr tht" afternoon. -r iitict in
not be htre until Tue-dij. The ilKCon
'judRe. Iluald iind ftilbtrt. are nt-o f
pectcil to-ila. Th.' doc and mr.nkev ir
us cot In e-terdaj. and nill'civt. its first
perfornianee this afttrnoon Sjioclnien-not
received by 10 o'clock tht- mornlns will be.
debarred from competition. i
rnultr) award- will be made by score, ac-
cording to the ratricin standard of jwr-.
lection, l'iseoni will lie Judced by com
Iiarlson. The pit patm-. will W Judced on
heir strength and endurance. They appear
Jlkelv to caue Mr Thompson a lot o.
Mr Jame P nrn has afraln iFumcd
the manaccment of the St. Im- aBenev
for the Mas ichif-etts Mutual late Ot
Jlces. HW t'nion Trust buildlnc
OPENING OF THE DITCH.
Final lupfttion to l.e
Chlcaso. Ill . Dih- "1 -Inspection of the
Sanitary Canal will be made by the spc-ial
State, fommivioners to-morrow, and it Is
rpectd that a certiilcate of the cli3nnrl'
completion will lie n.ade to Governor Tan
ner at the meeting of the Commissioners
Tills, actordins " I'reMent Itollenwlclc.
means the o;' nint, of the Sana try Canal
within u week
LOUIS C. SOHLE LIVERY CO.
Undertaken ar3 Kmbalrocr.
Carriages S3.U0 i Hearses $6.00
BUck ClLlh Csekctv. Ftrrt-C!a Gool,. :w ao4
QLOBE STABLE, 1122 C1W.STSUT ST.
TELEPHONE MAIN 17.
rOHIXV Sittirria. Hrrtuitier r.". ivj, at 7 p
ni John T It talr v iced 33 ear
l'untral f. 'in Mnnlj istain-. Ills I'mnrU
trert. TucniJ. Jfanuo J, at I M p in . lt st
Alrhoni.iis's OUkKi hurrh. tii.n, tu t.'iiUaty
Cnaeteo frknUs are Invited to altfnd
GlItnONS On Siirrtii. IV'cmlr 31 l'-y. at
5.35 o'clock p m , Margaret OIMniiis Oa- Oui-lf It)
mother of Michatl Olta. ns and Mis. Annii Flh
bark, tti-tr uf Mm Nora1! Comill. ued 61
The funeral will take pUce from rtidij-' 1417
Flxteinili Mrt-t Hui notice if time will t
len Friends uru inttd tu attcn 1
ORKEN Kntcrcl Into rt en s,un2& I)vsin-
bpr 31, at Ui ji. m Mini lretn, ak-d W lair.
1 .lovel motht-1 or James Jil.n. William, .nnte
nd Minnie Gran ai.d Mrs. John linker nee
Tumral will take i lace fprni lite residence,
T3?) Howard trtM n Trn-fda, Januarv 2. at
a. m . to Pt l.w's' Cl'uuh, thence to ."alvary
Ccmeterj lVientla are rn-,.uful! iiniteJ
KIN"hl.K )n Suinlav Ii-Hmlicr .1. 1" at
p. nu. Kllalxth I. Kln-lej ,learl tloeI
mother if Charles i: and Walter J. Kirjle)
Vomeral Tuesdav, January e. at v n'., 'rtni
HtMunt. No. i:9 1 a'hlrKtui avenue, to Uiiltr
MAri;Katurda. Ifiemte-r . l'O. at 3 o'clock
r, ni, Mary s Mace bclov,-.! inolhtr of J"
II llarrj and J !" VUc ani Mrs. Nelll
ll."McOlllOUFli. aR'-d 11 an
Tuneral Monday. Januar I, st I p. n . from
realdence. No 4tjiA emn nve.iui, to IMIe
fontalne Cemetery Interni"! irivate.
gMVTH Unlered ititn r.?l. Min-lay, Deri inter
1. lv0. Hi 19 P ni , Mr-. VPce W smlh Inee
AV?alonl It. her slxtv ti ith serr, oelovcl mother
or Walter l; Hubert M. Mm I). O Utll and
:eorse 11. fcni)th
Tunerai from Umlli reflJen-e. Ko I-'t Clark
avenue, at 1 30 p in , Tuetday. January 2
lYlendi o Oic tainlli Invitci to attend
t'ldcaso III . Lant-ester, I'a., Oaieauu O . FMr
nce. T n rranilseo and IledJlne, Cal . la
ier pi"- cop
TI'VI?- J l.n A. Tev1, 6atu-day mernlnc, D
crn.t'er M, 13S.
l"uncral from residence. 2"CS hlattrry BtreeU
Tuei-Ja. at 1 o'cUxk.
1100AN- Mra. 1J!11 tlocan, vyldow cf the late
Hen C IlC'can. at I'hoenK, Ariz.. ltmber J).
Iu liotlcs of funeral will l slim
"WKNOLEIt rrlday Dteember 35. VV. at K 30
o'clock p m , AUKUt vv.ensler, at residence,
runend. January l, will leave Atlrnton at 6.W
nd Klrkwcod at 9 a. in to Oak Hilt Cent'ten
pt. lands frien-Js can take local Missouri laciilo
tralcs to Klrlmrood. or Frico tram at k II to
jVr Ieawn Station at ccnicteo
V"A1S!I Sunday. 1ecemhe- jj, at a m .
prtdcet vvnli deadly I.eioved mMlier r IVIe
and Katie Walh. Mrn John MKlm rrn and Mrs
Taul IlwpplnK after a shoit lllners. aced CO
luneral will take place from famll residence
' ICo MUmesf'la avenue on Tyslav Jamury
" S. at - rn.. to Sd Marj ajid Joseph Chun.li.
three to Mount Olive Cemslcry Iltcnda Invited
rtajTb'bur; and Fhiladelph a papers please copy.
PtliCTtB ft CUBIC CO CISt"ISSl
SHOT DOWN ON HIS
GAR BY A NEGRO.
Conductor I'.tdl oT LaiKdi Avrmie
Lino SiiNtJtinod AVoiuid.- That
.Mav J'iiim Fatal.
PASSENGERS WERE EXCITED.
A-ailant and ("iiinpanion Wir'
Anjiry JWau-e the Car Wa
Xot Stopped a( a Cu-inj
IMwaid C. 1I 11. a conductor ofuV li
clede avenue division of the St. I.oiisTran
hlt Company, wa.s probJhly fatally shot
lat nicht by one of two nesrxs who
boarded his car. No. 4i, at Twciitj
tlrst and MarKt street The negrot who
did the Miootins w.re Ititoxirated inj had
acted ill a disorderly manner from the time
thij' toarded the car until the bs'.'.et was
ient tin oils' h tl.t coiiilurtor's breast.
The ear waa .u't-bouud and tras filled
with women and children. Ti
after boarding, pi'h'l their vl
IT to tlio
fiont of tht ar T! re the Us
jruage and purposclj shoved
who weie standing in the aWe.
car reachtd Thir'tenth and ila
I When Uii!
one of tho nesiots reachtd ort.
of a fiimile p.sen,--i r and pretwi the ileC'
trie button. The .rack was sljfcjfry with
snow and tho .ar p iserl a Eucofcrof yards
further than the conn r
Tho two negroes had reach.tfi the plit
form miartime. and the first, Ik dark mm
wearing a llsht bo overcoit, ii'fjped onto
the street Th other man 'Jt.-IIc. shook
Ills fin In tht face of the ms.ffthlor as he
passed and --aid that the lVL5a5 uld
on tho corner o people nr
rf get out
where thej wanted to. T
plied that he ha I done tt hr
and that ot.lv a f- v sttpa .
;ef uctor re-
jrii lot, at
the most, in reply the ner
Hell and a struggle ensuti
Valle vt.t- put jff the car
tel the rno-
ment he landed in til. stre-
19 drew a
ttvulver mill iiini-d at the c(
'd.1 tor The
pi-.eiiKer on On pl.ufo;
lv their trie of his peril J'
" Sanscr, the
tir and, before lie ralized
nefrro find a. Hhot whirh th.
r his breast.
Immedlati ly after tho shot
tlie m grurs ran kouiIi on r
tre they wcro
and turned In an allej, x
loxt to tin Ir pursuers
Itell fell on tit. pi tforra
w.H stojed. and I'lnlip Y
cn, the mo-
torman. nm to Uh n
afsisIM In e..ir-
rjItiK the wounded rant
to & drur; store
C !rei ts. lit 11
at I ourtfenth ami Markt
was upeoie ious and ll.ocr
ered IhIIivmI Iiiui to b
i which R-ith-
taken to an uiliieriukinc stiblishm-nt on
Market street Th. re he fshoe,i j, lu) vf
lit . and .in amliulai.eo i fn called which
convevfd Mm to the t lty llosplui
Th-re it was found th 1 the l.ullot 1m1
penetrit'I his tlo..ix at (I lwlcX'd m the
tiKht :.nn Th clnulauc h wag Mopped,
and IhKtor Nldirt tlungflfit that the limb
would have to bo nmptitJjleil. ,t n i,te
hour !a-,t niKht the phrfflciacs attct.dini;
I:. 11 iid that b. nilBttj recover, one of
th- ncirrocs droi.d a rlltvr hat. In their
tiU-ht No other lew tj! the lientlty "f
th" necroes was found It
A numb, r of in. i.h v.eJf. raa.;t t nKht
and the men tiki n tu if ho hosnit il t r
Identification. Tom Ville of x,', i4i!
Ch.-tnut street, one of tflho prisoritr" was
identllkd h the wounCUd rna.L jj,', ,,,.
mitted that ho had h3dlf troufcie witu the
vursutuu, uv u.-iin- iaio g Fhot
r,..l ll. . V.. , Cjlil. .t v
Hell lives at No so Se,th Channl,,,. ave
ue, ,.rd has a famllv JHe Jj Wfl, , , j ,,..
Is emplo.veis n
An otflelal of the toad JJdd last n!h, iimt
th. re had bi.n inunrtrff. cotnT.iai,,,, from
passengers ..f tht rietrfj of DeWtHS who
usuallv btfird ears bellt en Jeffer-on ave
nue and Fifteenth -tre,t
tllprf'rfp MM Am
Tell htm, ratYier, fiow to
get rid of them. 1 Silost Infir
mities come from bad blood
and are cured b-h Hood's Sar
saparllla . Eveh person who
has scrofula, salt rheum,
humors, catarrh, oju
ttsit sho-jfd at or.ctl
vcpsu or rhcuma-
WSM tihna this
mediar.c that the
tnfavnty ;j.,jm be
-" After the $n? 1
had a bad covgh,
n, tpzzmess and rjent
sweats. Humo" brotjc out and ccnsvmp
Vxn aM5 c--xgnosed.i One bottle food's
Sarsapjrilla helped ire ard fnu. 'tattles
cured me perfectly ' Mrs. N. D. Kinney,
"A' -J 'Remember
Then- Will Xi.t TVimiiuilc T. I My,
but An Iiciicw'ihU fur In
l iicimuu ruriotls.
APPREHENSION IS UNFOUNDED.
2o Oli'iii; in tho Condition-: and
None Is (.'oiili-mplutnl :tt I'ics-
fiii Tin I.nw in tin
Tlfi l'.rpublle IJareau.
Ilth St and I'enasyliranta Ave
VashlnRtoti, Ieo 3t I'rottt communica
tioim r-i.ivtsl at the eupital. It i- Mnt
that men Intervstwl in th- cattle t.usim s
In St. lauds and the Potithw..st ar iim -
disturb) d by the reports that all Brazi.iK
leasts in the Indian T.'rrltotv tet inmate to
inonuw Iteports to this cfie. I liave Jhcii
iriu!ati-l fnily and have been tejieaitsl
In ft.clal dispatches to Chicago anil Hust
ern papers. Tlie matter Is ouo of great iui-port-tneo
not only in the Territory, but in
St lanils am Kansas City It Is sail that
one firm the Kranv, Huell, Snider Comp'ny
has loans on feevllni: cat'le In the Indian
Ti rrltor.v and lisevvlien- on the taiiRes
amoantim- to fj.fi.i. If tho cattle wire
to bo driven off htiddinly at this ar ismi
their value would bo lesseluil and uiort
Karjes on them would tu consequence bo
The Ut public correspondent is Informed,
authorltativelv. th.it til-re is ho Kround for
this apjirehenslon. N'o action his Ix en
taken ri rerulv, which vinU disturb the
st itus of attt' U.ses in the Indian Terri
tory md none is anticipated at prsen-
The r port put in circulation no doubt
are lia-td upon misunderstanding of the
i iw n in I of the action taken b the Interior
riipartmeut, undi- the law. to pruvide for
tattle bases until allotments it. severalty
to tin lndlins in the live nations htve
bien compht.d by the Uawes Commission.
Thete Iiasis will not terminate) to-morrow.
but ar renewable indefinitely. Conditions
will continue us they have been since April.
l.IIVV Coill'erflillK I ru,i,.
The srazlni; b is,-s In this Terntorv have
bein, almost cxelusivelj. In tho Creek Na
tion Some of the other nations pa 'ed
ttibal ordtr.itice" ; rolubltlni; such leases
with outsiders Onlv "iltlztn cattle" luix
be grazed tu tho Cherokie Nation.
The provision covering leises In the I'lvo
Nations is st(.ti011 -a v( tj. so-i ailed Curtis
ait nf June 1". Ps,, ,ia follows
StLtion 2! That all liases of aKriCul
lur.il or r.tazi't; land biIom;inf; to any
tribe, made af.er the tlrst daj of Jat.uarv.
ISSs, b the tribe or an numbir thereof,
sli ili li- ali-olutely void, and all such Kraz
lne, leases m ide prior to -aid date shall
t militate on January 1, IW1 but this shall
not piivint individuals from leasing their
iillotiucnts when made to tlivm as provided
In this act, nor from oeiupvlnj; or reining
thrlr proportionate share of the nilxti
lands until the allotments herein pruvlded
are made. '
Will out a iatf fill examination of this sec
tion. It miRlr s,., m that all liasts in the
Indian Tirritory, whetlur prazltiK or aiiri
cullural. raii-t ti-rmin to not later than
January 1, !: The linal liuse. howiver.
permits the maltinB of leases b the Indians
until such time a- allotments to Individuals
have been compbted. This work cannot
be tlnl.-di si tor some tim- to com-. Allot
ments have not been completid In anv of
the live Nations, and as there aro upw ird
of latVJ citizens in the Crock Nation ahm-.
whoso rijilits to .laotineuts must Ik usier
tained carefully bv the Dams Couinilsion.
It I-, evident that the work th. re v ill not l
tlnlshed in the :unr futare. To i liable the
hull in utizens to secure some; rev mm from
their land in tin meantime, the Interior De
partment, s-e,tul months aijn authoiiztsl
the uiuklni: of b uMes to eattlemt-n under tho
linal claue referred to.
Iaist sprint; a land oMice was open-I In
the Cnek Nation and claimant ettlzeii"
wiro aliowisl to de. hire uim.i tie lulaeris,
where their hon.iit.ad was. or to plik out
unseli-'leil land- and claim them in advance,
tor futun allntni. nts.
t'oiiliiiiie I mil Cvi.lriillon.
N.arly all the Cruk ntueiis have mide
silictions undir this aiiihorltj, and nutnv
of them, have leas.il to c ittli ue u the lauds
o selnted These leasts lo'itlnue for the
term for whhh thi vv,n made and van
then be renewed If dual iillotim nts lutvo
not betn sooner completed TI1-5 do tint
frmlnale to morrow. vtpllnK win re that
..t i nnmi.l for .tvtilriilioti in Ih. leas.
I T le question of itm wa! Is one to 'oe d. cidei
b landlord and tenant. w'"-ther the It ce
expire" to-mortow or at a luture date Th.:
law limited stati s that "indivi lu iLs are- net
prevented from "occum Ihr ot rc-ntint; their
"roportionato share of the tribal lands until
the allolnn nts herein provided ar made."
'Hie lauds declared ujon and to which the
Indiana staldish th. ir pref-Tcri e ushts
through the Imal land olhi e are ' their pro
This authority for leiitmi; lands s. !c.-ted
under the prefe'. i.e. light Is not foiilin.sl to
t,razlnK land" in the 'r.- k Nation. It .ov
ers agricultural landi also in all the rive
Tint fort?, the reports are dually giound
less .is to a geiieial exodus or eviction to
morrow of m tllera on aricullural lands In
the Indian T. rritorv
Judge Ynndev.nter. Allorney Cener.U for
the Interior ! partmeiit, said to Tho Ke
publlc eoi respondent this vnlng:
"Thi departmeiit is t.ikiug no action lu
the matter of terminating leases In the In
dian Territory, ither of gri7ing or agri
cultural I md Tlie law ot Ms provided for
pla-lng In control of the individual allu'tio
the leasing of his proportionate slia.e, and
no inure. Cor some months past onlv such
leasts have hi en valid Then- is no . hange
lu the conditions la i-.s mule with ftidl
vlduals will run for the t-ims jinined In
them This applies to agrb-ultu-al as well
as grazing hinds In i far us ther- is to
lie MX eodus to-morrow. It is onlv of thosj
who have not s.urid a rvnewal of leasts
....rim' to-morrow The delnrtlnent Is m-
f r..nMl Tl.al ni uiv renewals have b -u inade
and hai no km w!edi;e r a gi neral exodus "
,n ik;i: ;ii.i, s ri iid ;i:.
lixit? of Cximliilntes fur Alee, Cut
The Kepublle Jturelu.
Hih Si nnl lVnnslv aula Ave.
Washington. Iee 31 -Judge tail of Kan
sas rectntlv appointed to the I". derai ! i.cli
In the Indian Tiirilorv, Is having no end
of tiuulde In arrtnving Ills slate of patron
age The Judge has a number of fat
Plates at his disposal, Including a cluk of
the court, whose fees amount to more thin
JTlMja vear. s. veral depuiv clelks at sl.Jov
tlirte commis.s-.omrs a! 51,"" .icli md con
stables at J' a month, making eoinbiresl
annual emoluments . f about Jll.nm.
There is great i.ressure for these pliees
and tho lt publicans o' the Terrlt.tr think
hat tti principii of home rub should prt
v ill I'rom Inform ltion retvlvd here. It Is ;
believed lhat the nw Judge will take men
frnm outside the Territor' for the beet If
. -.. .I.,, .aril., liTiiIi r his fontroK i'lerlr
Wlnfton has tendered his resignation, and
the uuestion of tilling the clerkship is x
occtril to he deitdrd without ihlav. The
other appolntin.nis probably will be made
In thi near future
nieil at no .Yiiltti.
Washington Pe JI The death of Pri
vntt Fiank ltoe. Cn-panv tl of the
lieventh I'niled St it. si Infmtry at Pan
Jii: n 1'i'erto Ituo. ! tvphold lever. Is n
iio'uncid in a dispatch receive ai the War
FAREWELL TO EMPLOYES.
President of Wajinei- Car Company
Wtites a Lftter.
New- Tork. 1. c 31 Wl'h regard to tho
transfer of the Wagnir Palace far C'm
Pinv" lo the Pullman Palace Car Companv,
which took idace jesterduv. i'lesidtiit V.'
K. w ird Webb addressed thn following let
ter to the emplovit. of tho Wagner company
t0"The Wagner Pal.u-i Cat '"oinpatiy has
tnn-ferred Its propert and busine-s, to the
Pullman companj, and hereaiier juu will
rcclvo cur orders from the latter com-
1 '"ldeslre to thank you. one and all, not
onlv for myself, but on behalf of the stock
.ol.lers whom I represent, and also on be
a f ol the many railroads over which we
,, operate I. f r jour fellhful services
.luring the last flftieii jears. which have
rantrlbuted so much to the prosperity of
it,,. Wagner Car Company.
"f trust ioa will I as faithful and as
I piuiy you have been within the past."
IS ONE YEAR OFF,
Will Not r.fin I'ntil .Midiii-lil
IJimcihIkt Thiit -On., Xim-
tt'i'ii lliindicd and Due.
COUNT A HUNDRED AND SEE.
I .in NVilli the Vt-ar ()n. Wlu-n
the Mnibliaii Km Htaits
normally 1 Vli'luiitinj;
BV I'lIOFHSSOr. rfa.VMMAUH N.
SI'I.VIAI. BY CAIII.K.
Iarl-. ltec SI. fCopyriihf, I5fr by j.itn-s
(lordon lltnnett.i It would appear li t
ierman.v l. to lelebrati the end of Hi-Nii:et-inh
Ct.tury und the nrrl.i! if the
Ttvtntieili. A priK-lumatioii aunoi-rcts to
mght that tho UovernniBiit v.ill light Iti.c
lMiullres in the pablic square t nrdi'.ht
i.ud it the srtm,. moment cann ,us will
thunder fiom the surrounding fortiesres.
while military lunula jwrfo-rn around tto
Isinllres In fiuwvell to the tleparti'j;; ce.in.ry
untl welcome to the nev-born i no.
The (Vrnidli tin or" It thut th-j Twentieth
Century begins to-morron.
Kvcry hundred jears toward the em of
cech century this question of the ilute of
the charge of e-tnti.ry is di -usel. I have
b-foro im documents of 17K'. ISiO and 1510,
whiih poe the prutikm anl turn it over
Again, a hundretl vearslienco. In the j.ar
of grace IVrt whhh. by the w.i, will Iw
favon-il hv a vtrv fine t-li(ise of the sun.
t tal in the n ighborhooil of Paris on
Augus- 11 at twc-otv-eiciit tnloules y.ast lu
o'cloi k m the morning our Rr.-at-xr.init-ihildren
will put tht same uuestion. Atratu,
in tl.o liii-ile-lwle iiewspape-is -f the -rloil
th-re will still lie dlstlnguishid minds
to HMt the cenllirles' oh! 'OIlUlnli.ll.
1 1 1 lids eternal question is simple cuiU"h.
A dozen Is composts of twelve tmlties and
No. U form a part of the dozen.
A huiidn d is composed of .t humlrcil uni
ties, and No. 1") lonrn a p-irt of the liun
dr.d There wan no y ear o.
in the Christian lira the flrit tv.Iv
mouths aro oalhd the tlrst jeur, or the
ji ir one
When Christ ame Into the vrrl.l no one
Fuspetted tho importance of his comim,'.
J.or the place whith the religion that he
was to found would take hi tho politic il
hlstrry of nations. Tlie je.tr i.f his birth
passed unpireelv.sl by the Itonians iih hv
the Hebrews, liven the Cirst Century of
Chilstiatilty and the seon.i, third, fourth
iiiul fifth, hart no place in the calendar.
It was only in the ve.ir Z-12 that the Chris
tian era v. is proposed by a monk ot the
Catholic church, horn In Scvthla, named
IHonvsius, who, on account of his short
stature", was nick-named Dion)sIus the
I.itth. It was he who cons'ltutitl the
Christ! m era. That, as has been seen, was
onlj in the Sixth Centurv. II. supposed
lhat Christ was Iwrn on lvcembtr Ti, In the
tar of Hume. "!, ami the viar 751 of th
fuiindailon of Homo btcame the Slrtt of the
This tlrst ;.-ar v.as not. thereforo, .ten
In tlie Idea of JJIonj sus. that ot the Mrth
of Christ. u beginning whs ye,,.n ilaysj
posteibj. to his birth. The monk Dlonvsius
made In his hisiorlial res.-ar. his a ini-t.ike
of four jears. which can casilv be veriflel.
as the date of the death of H-rod is at -uralelv
Christ wus lwrn In the year of Home. 711
not In 7a3. and dietl at the ai'e of j;, not
d and the whole Christian Kr.i Is four
vears too voiing,
But it wouW ceitainly Ih inconvmi r.t t
clMiige it, although this mistake his In. i
known for some centuries.
But. whatever date !it adopted for lit
hrglnnlng of the Christian ra, there was
no vear o
Therefore, the first vear Is th. vs.r 1
Tho tenth veitr is 10 and the huidr dth
ar of the lir.t Century Is tho . ir 110
Pl.t In this form, tlie problem do. , i it
1-avo a shadow of a doubt In Iho mri
of the re ider. Nothing in the world t mi!d
hen th I"rmh revolution irciled i
new ciilei'dnr II netiHl in the simi' wa 1'
did not think of a jear 0. it i.ilbd it
first ve.ir the jcar 1
It is. thircfore, on I)'-ecml.er 51. lD-o, at
midnight, irtsi-t ly, that the centu'y will
iv isi:i!-s. ici.r.nii 'i mv.
SPKCIAI. BY CAP.I.K.
Btrlin. Jan. 1 (Copyright, ', by W K
Ifear-L) The list vear of the c.-nttirv m -o.rding
lo many disput mis, and the begin
ning of a new c. nttiiy, ai cording lo thi
l.mpeiors ihtie.-, was m.irked bv an (
traoitllnar) nvival of Moili.icv.il pomp
As tho clock on the Potsdam Schloss
slunk the hoi.r of midnight, twelve trti'n
pct.tsof the eraek Cirnian t'avalry r.gl
ments stcKd en the t-ihtle tower In th ir
glittering uniforms and eagle-crow uo I h. I
ruets, and aiinouuc.d in a War- of trumpet'
that the hanging hour had com-
Th n, with the last slruke the raufirr,
changtil to a coneertid rendition on tli.Jr
silver lustrumenia of the grand old . hoiab,
'I.oho u Oott, der llacchtlger KovnU '
Thnc limes the trumjiettis plijiil this,
and then in the coiirtianl bem-aih tlie n gl
iiieulal lift ami drum corps struck up tii"
tirii"es Wilkin." the great imeille, Willi
all tht piping and clatter at their vigorous,
As If lb. it were the signal, all tho church
I ells of Potsdam chii.vrcd ut, tht tii
utiital binds stiu-k up a mulch, t'.u doois
of tlie chapel loi.tl wt te thrown cihii and
tho tiiireti of tin- jiiekt-i military to tin; ser
vice was 'akeii up.
When tl.t HgiitlnK ni'-n wei" vlthtn the
chapel walls .md amid the tliunjer of tl.o
organ and the crash ol the 'kinds, tl.cn
entered the Kaiser, princes, chamberljl'i.",
pages and m.iltls of honor, all gore usly
and. if the truth must Is? told, somewhat
too elab.ir.ntly, costumed.
Procicllng from the chapel mi.il, the
proo--siou was formed auiw to tho fanuu.s
W Idle ll.'ll of the CMstl , and them the
puuets, prlucesees of roj il lilo Z. state tllg
nitarb . iiiililarj tiigmtarics, srand duk. -i
.HHl serene liighncssis passed lfore Ilii
throne, ou which the Kai-er s.it. and offer si
their csinratuliticns to tin ir 'ovorcir.n.
it vv is all very grand, v.-rv brilliant, ery
imposing und decidtttl novel, in that it
made of an "ond-of-the-ceiitury" ft.iu tion
u revival of the ill idles Ages.
It Is most noteworthy that ill the s-t.ig.)
setting, so to speak .and all th" music ivto.
wcro p rsonally arranged by tho great ar
HARRY LOPP DEAD.
Jltint'tt Itt'sidt'iit Siict-iinilis. (o Mor
phine at Kansas C:t..
Kansas CI' J, Mo, Dec. 3L Harry Io:'l
of .Munetl, Mo., a voung railroad man, died
at tho Ci ntral Police Station this morning
from the i ffects of a dose of morphine
1. pp wt nt to the Hrevoort House last even
ing and aMhtsl for a room He ate th sup
per, hut went upstairs hnmcdiaielv Uut
It g tlie night an cmploje of the hold wa-i
lisluc I.pp's room ..nd hi aid heavy
b-tathing He i uteris the room and found
l.opjt In tho last stigea of morphine pol--.
-ling. Ipp was taken to the police sta
tion fur treatment which proved unavail
ing. He had In ids pocket a letter to his si"
ter. Itosamond, at Monett. It was short
lut affectionate and poke with pleiisurc of
a famllv gathering evidently planned for
New Year's Bav It was dated jestenlay
at Humansville. Mo He was ncitlvdrt.se.
Tin re was n mon. y In his pocKets He
had pawmd his nat-h for $;) and a ill i
mond ring for t Th-se p,iwn tickets wcro
found In his pockets
Wedding; llliigs. lSk (iold.
I-lncst Quality; prices from J3t to j:00a
licrmod & Jaccard's.Broadway and Locust.
TUIiSDAV, JANUARY 2d, our Clcarinp;
Sale A rare opportunity to buy the verv
best CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS
and HATS at Money-Savinjj Prices.
Here is. an example:
MONARCH COLORED SHIRTS
Regular price Jl.00 and $1.2 j, cut to 65C
Regular price $t..")0, $1.7' and $2 00, cut to. -95C
All new and fashionable.
Clothier-;, Haberdashers and Hattet-;.
New Repiibln' Rinldiug Seventh and Olive Stteets.
U Mi:il s Uvliu ( Lulling. s I'm o ishini; (.oods i.n.l :: Hut nlenifii
QUEEN'S 1JEW YEAR'S HONORS.
Lit of Notable r-ivoird by Hit
lamdon. Jan 1 The Queen's list of New
Year lionars, publislif last evening, shows
fewer names than u-ual Sir John I.ubbock
aid Mr Hi in y Stafford, Norlhcote, Oov
irnor of Homhay, are t re itul pci is.
Baron Cromer. British diplomatic agent In
Kgvpt. Lord Moiiliigue How ton and Mi
"William Winter Hr-im-ston. Cons, rvativo
mi nib. rs of th.- Ai.dover division of Hants,
the ommonei who has iein the longt st
st rvh e. ale- appointed memo, rs of the- 1'rivy
Mr. Charles Norton Kliot. t- Jtrit'sh
mimler of tlie Samoan High otiimi-sion.
is aiipointeil Kutght Coinmandtr of St.
.Mich. ul and St. lits.rg.
Naval Captains Stuart and M'il ar
tN-lgiiattii I'ouqsinloiis of Si Mlt hael and
s.t. lleoige' for tin lr service i in S unua.
Mcssrs Gtr.,e Hoi h. nan mil II Cuo
n; rgham are mad'- I'omisinlons of the Bath
in recognition of their si rv lei m tn'iclion
250 Dry Goods Salespeople
for the Bankrupt Sale of the
RYAN-CLARKS0N DRY GOODS STOCK.
Apply at Store
Tuesday Morning, Nine 0'Clock,
St. Charles Street Entrance.
NOIICl:. F'rc.erencc Riven first to the former emploes of
Ryan-CIarkson Dry Goods Company.
iJiyyy iiiiii.iyi w hummuiiii
Are now completed and will be occupied
Tuesday, January 9th, 1900.
Tor circulars ami information atldrcss
BLEES RftlL.TARY ACADEMY,
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Our Islands and Their People,
As Seen With Camera and Pencil.
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essential io a full and correct understanding of the
appearance ana characteristics of the Islands and
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Our Islands and Their People.
204 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo.
wl'H the n rutlan boundary nrai.tri-
t aptam William V. V.tvl-he Ahnev
Prlneip il A-sistani Se- retary of the Seb-n.
and Att Iiepattment, is. d. signa'td i
ICiiight Commaiiuer of tht Bath
Amiim, the new Knights is IV" lor
Thon-a- Im !cr Trunton, i'hjsician to SI
Jlirth. 1..iiii-.v's Hospital
l.. .it nmf Cov. rn..r 1 illy of No a
Si otlu Is also appointed Knight Comman t -of
St. Mil hail .md SI Cmig.
ClmrKe of Disturbing; the I'ener.
On a iharge of disturbing the reaee A ig-ii-t
Bl.ittner. 31 vears old. of No JJ1JS outM
Third Str.ct, wa's arnsted yesteniav at'i-r
noon. It Is tlalmid that he iss.iultisl Jol.a
Moffnir. wh.. hv. s on the second t.oor or
the sane louse Moflner claims that HU.I
ii) r quarri I. d with his wife and c-J ltd h. r
li.. in tie h..us. II. s.ud the ifiarrel w .s
t-aueitil Ly h.- at. tup' to prone' Ml" B.a '
ner from ..ssac.lt
H.-velllie of Cllglaod.
I'alon. I.e -"t-Tlie publii revenue for
t'o- ni'i" mot lbs ending with h remUr
reach, s iV.:7:4A as against K9.Ul.Ka for
the corn -iHindlnr: period of last year
Descripth e Features hy
JOSE DE OLIVARES.
A. fl. SELKIRK ft CO.,
AUCTION and STORAGE
isft?urir?!''' ''rv Saturday at warehou.
irL" ,!- "jh are. sales In residences a
itm j ii """' :'4 -N' C-Xth " 1't'm
la his own new farce .MR. SMOOTH.
Wed M3t c acd Ma
- - T'e f.lrl tt m Ilax.uVs."
tult at . slurp.
ItH lur's lit. Ij-Caf.
In ti e Itomantic l'lav.
TIX23 03XTXj"V -"OTT.A-5tr.
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- . ii j una Arthur.
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- , - - .,.iit i o-uav- si ; narp. ssc. 60-. Too.
, . Ltenlns. .fe.Silt. T.ic and SI.
a - f- ' iluu r ar.d Tirat-s cf Ttn.
H A V L 8 U ' S".
JJt.litiMtt Tinli), Itnr.ln J su,Jir.
te' ie4fs iurAiwL.'s .cor Ffjht '
MAt. 7o.mi.;kowof ,--at4-MraLBr:
. au"- Mat Jan 7 - I.V OLD KEVTUCKV."
Matinee To-tlay 3f Ct lw friV TT Uii
2Sc0c- I BEANSTALK.
N"".tt Sii.Jjy JIat -A Colonial Girl
i-ilSftJ-ri'Av ni!RFRII!fin fil
VAtlUVIM.P ri.ll.-r .t. isiv'ki! OAI'ITU
...... a. ( ,., , , j j.jivv Al il.VY.
ls AS.Jft .1.L' 1,11,
it Wee, I uri i. r- "!'
Th. H-nie of V I
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HeiHy & Wood's Big Show
EXTRA-Itete.nis ot the aial.er-MiCov flsL
Two Prch-s Daily.
will lc read fruta the stare'
Vex' Wis?k Krcd liider's N'ght 0!-
DOG m MONKEY CIRCUS
AT THE COLISEUM,
January 1 to . 1900,
Admission, 25c. Children, 15c.
Open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. ra. every day.
Cook and Channlnr; Ave.
5KATIM1 HAY AM) E.&MMX
AIIMli-V 25 CENTS.
nt 'Arfi. .Iisiiit (duuuiozi. ftlebritMIiM; sUltr.
ANOrCi:MK'T-The o-partnemhlp xUt-
IMtnt V. and Kmll A. ileyynburc of ht Iyu.
ilts. ml. u in !.'jjn, unJT the firm nam of
UulfilfM & Meyenburp, wit nfflosr at ih!ca
. anl St Loul, bus t sen tLJ-tlvM. Vrv r-fj-
IfuHv, A. ;. l.ITTLFlEtI.
Juntmr 1. l'rt)
HOT SPRINCS, ARKANSAS.
Opcni Jan. 3, 1900.
IIv ry r-om an cutn' rcom. Arrotntmnt
fupti. Cu ln unBurv"d An l(?am itath
Iluuse. rbHM with h.t watr Jlrct from tn
(cpnfnt ttnhl i xzMti new poreWIn tub
an HtlJltlonHi fixator Just rut In. For lllustratta
booklet- ard othtr inf rniatin -nldr
It. i:. JACK!?Q. .Ilnnagcr.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE
2SOS Irf.enst St., Jt. Lnut, Ho.
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Seventh and Olive Sts.
and ask for the
STREET CAR FACTS.
All the Transfers.
All the Owl Cars, to
gether with line of travel.
The Book is FRKK for the asking
Don't t IiundUired lv nlhf r kln curi. Po
itlTely xh, cnly wnfe and rellaltle reror for
Skin Diseases and Dandruff is
Diamond Eczema Gure.
Also a l-eti.tlPer of the rnnplewion. Price It,!.
jf your riroiKi-i don't kwp It. call oa ua. hnt
lyriisiM lo u aniwhre t.n re-ce (it of Jl.l
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Will Tell Yoa That t
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an Ad in Republic
Hood Illlscnrn llTcrl3i.t.lie nop rrrt";lon- and
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