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TTTE TtrciTTSUO F-rXPW.FETilU-AKY IS. IflOO.
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fi S U S Ug B,
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Positively anl Permanently
n n3i'. sin n
IS 5 US 12 ff
Tit. t !(. iTno it it Ipert on Any
ili'm Pertaining :o Ifcrnia.
i - i- !i"t wro bna-tinc but a true
: - Dr. I-ovviu bus made this Ui-
. :.il i;s various forms a thoroush
nil i tn'.u ihihiIht of years. His
-. n i a w.tuderful taie-
- . , 1 l.a- cui'.il more than "J.0
-. i I.o treatment will not intcr-
. ilio jattui"s iH-cup.itloii.
I' wait ml il sti angulation lias
.- . in. tuii ) I'untl at .
l'.' V wait unci t!' hot wrathor
-.in' ik'W is iu u.:-t iiuie to ue tiwii.
HUNT rely on trasses especially
v :i. u i.iKil by men lm have Do kuovvi
. .1-c ..' the anatomy of the parts, hut
; atul evus.ult Dr. l-eiiin. no matter if
.'m wish only a Kood-tiitiii ; trus wr
u ish to take hia treatment.
DON'T insent to a sitru'u .! o)cratIra
mild u have iiivctisauil Ir. i.ctviii's
HOST ooiiMilt so - tilled ru"'iire fio
rialfcds of whom v:.u know utinn, but
go at once to au expert, llr. Lew in will
take your eae or.lv vvlieu he is positive
that he fan cure v-m. as he requires
no pay jntii. a ciin: has kki:x
liail"Oi:Iia I jour ei.r.iv rtiii-lac-tion.
1" ! and invii.d. r.-.ir. your family
phsi.-;.i:i .iloim. have him cxauiini' ym
!.!.!. :ii!.l after the cure, ami uulcss
i iMoii'irnees jou cured, joii don't bavo
'. i:i. !s this fair euouxiij: Ir. Lewiu's
i i .'j.mI is indorsed ly the leading iliy
s '!.s ami sur'ous cot only of SL
i -u s. i.iii an over me country, it. i.ew
uis tn.tiiueat is iudorsed by l.-JUO of
si i,.hi-'s leadin? citizens, who were
nrcd ! iiiin.
If your time Is valuable, make spe-ial
a.ii mui nts with tile Doctor, as his
v.aiui.,. room is usually crowded. Tele- I
j.li ni. . !' 'I. Main tf-'o: iviu!.. A "."t. U--1
dlerix- i'i'- MorK.ni slic-t: Kinl.. I t17.
Itii i i.s, c tits, to pay pos'.aue and re
. .,i.v i. 3 juabk; li'jojivt "U ruiuure.
211 North Seventh St.. Suite 907.
ii rr.it a I'oyrM.wrKitsiiiP.
l-resideiit Mclvlulcs'i Cousin
Double in UnshlnKton.
! ' ' l'.:..'J I'CIA!
.'-.ili.t"i Kib. 17. John Campb-'i o-
m. a, J, "doulile and twisted" cous,n
..r.i r.imost j.n ex : t c uaterpart !n locks
of President iicKln.ey, i. In town. Strollers
in and out of the hoi i lobby this morning
WerO dUlJVII.U l.s it-.u.i.m.... .v.. .. t
.rnhbiLS. t.( tha lTesiuent and s mo o
them stoppid and io-jk.a while the litt'e old
man sat up :n one corner and un. iai ntediy
pulled urgo rings oi smoke mm mc n .
nuove mm. .
"tncle John" Campb'dl. as the r"op!e or
Northern Ohio know turn. i.s the proprietor
of a rcst.uiraut in Waircii, where the larra
cis of Trumbj'l County put up ln thuy
eoine to the county s. t to pay their taxt .
A ciianse f l'ostaia-ters wiil take place it
l.is town in a lew weeks and '4"ncl John
is a full-iUdeed candidate for the position.
Ho has considered this matter carefully and
it is his plain, unbuused- o.-injoii tb.it. stand
ing behind a post ottice window Is far su
lerior and more prof.tabl.- than serving
Elap-Jack3 ami cooaih balls to hungry
So "Lnele John" Cifiilwll's visit to
WatlilntMun Is in ihe lutenst of the War-
reo pt oJllce and it i ui.d.-rond th.'.t tha
President has xpr..-ei a .let-innnsuion to
" ... . Tl . L ...- . ..... e..ci v:i l
liTn wot " cimt.ltn R,.id to-day. "out Ii
j nave nov oe 11 Jii i r-c V.WW-.U ..-
knows I am fu town and I havo been In
vited to call."
Tha old man's face brightened as bo said
"VYtuit aro your chapes for getting tha
post officer hi was .1. k'd.
"There onght to ! jin show und.T ho
cixcumstauces. lXrn'l ou think so T' waa
Campbell's father and President McKin
ley's mother were brother ai.d sister, and
Campbell's mother and tl." Ptesirtent'-a
father were ovn cousins. "1'ncle John"
was born. too. In NU.-s. the Presiienl's
.athplaee. lie i; 13 .irs older th.oi his
listinguis-hci cou'-m. and rvmembeis weU
whtn the latter was boin.
.-.. ....-. -i.,.. I'mini-vtFK. I
j. 11 1.1.1. . r--1-''- fotinl-i
Washington, .. . l..-We t0'"'
fourth-class Posuuatteis havo beej. -,
pointed: w.t..i r-vme-
Albania -Srana?e r-?"'n STJJ,'
AdelleiXaux. viee . U. Wh.u.ev, rf .isn.a,
waiter, v.uiiui.iu v. ........ .... -..-. --..
:if T T T.-enll. r moved
IniJiar.a Hcnham. IJ'td.-v County. J.
M'-Coy, vice W. t'. Kh.'iman. reslgnrd.
Io'.va Uutlcr. K.okuk County. J. C. Ken
net, vice E. A. ip A. r. s.gne-1; Frocllch,
Clayton County. W. H, Hactner, vice J. ii.
Splies, resigned. .
Missouri Umsmnwl, Ti ttlo Connty, J. S.
Chaney. vice Mlmer Laner. r-moveil: Morc
liouse. New Madrid ("ounty. J. H. Ilimme:
bcrser. vice W. O. Itulc. resigned: Wal o.
Jackson County, N. I, vjirdncr, vice J. W.
New Mail Crowfat. O'ero County. Tt.
1 Westcrmai:. vi-e J.d.n Ki'hg. l-r. deid.
Tenness.H Tekoa. Knox County. Isaao
Amnns. vi-e ?tiiih:i Mo 'Win, r-s-lgnod.
Texas Uaidin's Slot., lyoa County. H. J.
lltlnharat, v.. .1. i:. S-.i.r.ger, r.tisied.
"c t:i(? -i'i "i '
vial of pleasant peilcis; lits
I"1""-1- ., , , ,
".scveutj -seven rist,nvs te cliockod
T s T 1P TP
S sapp $9
circulation litidicat.'d bv chill or r-hiver), p-.irin convention. In this conne.-flon tho
i.irtu tin. I.I0.1.I cniTsin- llinm-li tlie "ullomiles predict that 'heir cn.mlis can-i-t.irtb
tin? I.IO.HI nt,rsin, '"r.'"-" " ,,ot fina sixtv Republicans in Paris to fill
veins and so stops a livsll Loll! .11111 th.ir delegation lo the convention i-n Mon
"broaks 1111" :t stubborn Cold iliat .day, and are daring the ..tlietrt to print the
"batik's on" and known as ii :riin.e. ; list. JJ'- l'Il'KE':I-'G'
We liave a limited number of copies
of Pr. Humphreys,' Manual, in while
and sold, that will bo s-ent free. Tells
Iiboul the care, treatment and cure of
ibe sK-1; In tiil maladies. A chapter es
pecially on Uie HiscaM's, .. tjliililron.
llumrht-v' " " ' M a
Vilhaai ft Jo. 1 :-. N
cUoAii bUUfi 1 1 .
Tanner Votves Were Completely
Kouled, lint Will Contest Scl
SCHEME BEHIND THE MOVE.
C.overnor'.s ilaihine Trying to Tie
lp I2iions"li of the Senator's
Counties io Swing the
I'-iris. IIL. FVb. IT. Th KetmhHcan pri
maries tn Kdgar County to-day reautted tn
a. rout tor the Tanner-IIancy faction of tho
party. Out of VG del-s tcs In the Countr
Convention, the title of tho CuUom-Re'Vc
f.utioa to 171 la of th strong.st charui-ter.
tyt there are ci'ntentlnB di'legatlons from
every township ivhere the Governor couW
mu-ter enough inen to fill tho delegations".
Tho contests are of a fjrdcjl character
an-J unworthy of setio'is otti-ntton. If tho
Tanner maihine can ti up cnocgU ontl
Tinner counties In this w.iy he will certalty
swing the State Convention, and tho Cuilom
lieutenants are surpirlous that this li Lis
df:t4gn. It apjtera that In every township tn
Edgar County the chairman lias the Solo
thing. Only eight township?, ar.d they ar
tho smallest, will send unconUsted dele
natiens to the County Convention. The etgbt
muster arty-four votes for Cullom-Rocves
to four for Tanner-Hane-.
It stems to have been llie policy of T.m
ner's c:ntalns to enter a protf nlienver
U was iislble. The result i that the party
Is si.Iit li.to two iujw. Hre in Ftris,
nhtn- there are ixty ci-1-gates, tha only
tiling that iircntU a r-ot was the la-k of
hii a re--u etabls niiixtity among tho
Tanner follow Ii:k.
Jlci'tiHK 1" the Open Air.
The Paris primary nj held in ihe opn
air in front of t'.e city Hall. auJ the :aer
enry vias crondinc 2.sro all tho time. Tho
CuHcni-i:eees fueuu, headed by Urlted
Stut. - ilar.-'ial Iliteh, Horace DoilarliiJe
anl V. II. Clinton, were tu overwhelming
majority out of XO rhivtrlr.g. chattering pa
triots flilir.s tha street from curb to .u:b.
The Tanner contiacent JiumlK-red not ex
ceeding a score. Their number was so '
small tliat It was not expected th. y v.ould
attempt anthh.g. At 2 o'eto.'l: Mr. Clinton
for tho Cullcmltes yelled for attention, and
at the same moment Hiram Lycau, for Tar,
ner. bhoutei attention.
The Cu!Iom tartion t-esan to yell in derl-s-ion
at the scarcity of the iJovernors fol
lowing. Tli- only way to distinguish tho
opposing soldiers was that the Cuilom siJo
ytilui. while the Tanutrites hooU tbtlr
hats above their head', a very lmpruihr.l
and Injudicious thing to do, for It per-nit-ted
a. count to lie made, and the rik from
pneumonia was very great. IiJt Tani er's
soldiers only bared their heads once, an! j
that was -.vh.-n Mr. I.yc.ui deelaretl Mr. .
Howell chairman of the c r.vention, whwh j
was ordered on motion of -Mr. Hoige. Tho
usual machinery wai set In motion, ai d
tl'ey adjourned. irak:ng a break tbroush .
th eruii of Cullnm's friends. It t .ulc
the Tanner convention exaet.y forty sec- '
oi.ds to trnsai-t its busine.-s. in the me'n- J
:im- the Cilluut la-.tion aK fawn g woo.1.
lattl" could be bard of A bat v.as goi'is
on until tho "antis" got tnrough and eva:
orited. IINpule Over Chairmanship.
Mr. Clinton called the invention to or
der, by virtue. le said, of authority eun
firrl by a majority of llie County Com
mittee, living In l'aris, and also by reso
lution of th County Committee adopiid
In regular meeting. Mr. Doilarhide was
chos 11 thalrman and George Howard sec
retary, the call was nad and a resolu
tion adopt d autborlzins the chair to ap
point a committee to appoint the .ty
delegatea to tho co-inty convention. Then
there w.ai yelling f..r C'lllom. for Ite'ies,
for Slelimley and for Hitch. There Is no
qutstlon which side was In the majority.
i'-ui tnre is a lusty dispute over ww raa
t he i rigat to call the. cw.v-ntl.rn to order.
Kor th8 CuUo .,kJ( chairman Dotlaihido
The County Commlttro adopted a reso
lution declaring that each town"hip eom
mltteeman slould lall the lownsl.tp con-
nti to order.
In towiiaiuiw vvlieietni-re
aro two or more iii'imct. the t ounty
Committee named the man who xi to call
the convention to or.iei. It turned 11 r.
Clinton for Paris. I!.siaes this, th- f ir
precinct euniimtteenien of Paris Township
agresl on Mr. Clinton. There can be no
o.iiestlon as to his right. Anyhow, we hid
fifty to their one of the crowd, and woahl
have forced a count of nos-s had not they
run liko rabbits. Mr. I.ycjn himself ac
quiesced In the motion to appoint 'iint.a
and s-.iu he wanted to vote for it and make
Sir. I. can's Altitude.
Tor the Tanner fa-Hon. Mr. l.yean ald:
"It always has been the custom for the
rhalrman of tho county committer to tall
th township convention or vnmarv to or-
der. and a cliairmin of the .nnty coni-
tnlrtee I itii so f.whiv lwe.1115: 1 IM-Iiev..!
- - - - , .-. -, T. . . - . . .
i nau a ngnt io ao it. I t.inK wo had as
many fellows there aa the other faction.
When wo left maybe we didn't take a
majority with us, but you know there were
a lot of our fellow; hedged in tho croud
and couldn't pet out."
Said Mr. Charter Lt. Hodge of the Tanner
"Wo havo n Hitch faction and an anti
Hitch taction. The antl-I!ii:b faction car
ried tile regular delegation, regular le-
iiso the rhainnan of the county commit
tee called it to order."
There 13 no doubt but there will bo a
double-barreled convention next Mor.day,
but it will be fieacrable- for the simple rea
son that numerically there are not enough
Tanner-Hanecy fellows In Hdgar 'ounty t.
get up a decent row. They have ontered
their Dattle on l nited Mat.
their Dattle on l nited Mat. s marshal
tTom 'h" eontest. Evidently their only Id'a
In forming a second convention . to
B1Ve dor to a contestuw delesatton to the
State Convention. It I asserttsl that Judire
"anecy couns.le.1 this procedure and
p,,Bw shat hJs rr,ja wo,jM s.. . tb-t a
. crt, stlng del (ration is seated In the State
Convention. The Tannerlt.-s carrnl Sytnms
Township with four deb gates, and there S
no content against them. In Kansas the
Tanner chairman declared for his faction,
and tho itecves clement at once drew op a.
statement giving nil details showing that
they had .1 majority and all signed end
wore to it. It Is the only township v.hich
th Cullom-Iteeves faction c.ntests.
The T.nnerltes contest Paris. Ktnlrarras,
Ivlgar, Strattan and Urandview. There was
a grand round-up last nignt. Ivnii ei.le
pill forth Its greatest .fbi-.s. The Tan
neiPes brought 17d Morris, Major Marsh.ill.
f. 15. Turner and the Rcvrieiid Mr. C lavis
from Chicago and Springfield to speak to
the negroes. The committees arranged for
u 'possum banquet at the home of Nelse
Turner, and the Tanner mating of negroes
was a fizzle, as a matter of iotir.ie.
15. 1. Monroe and Colonel Jamt s IJ. Smith
of Clay County. Iwth on the State pay rell
.tt Springfield, havo lic-n here for a week
organizing the Tanr.erite.-. in the different
townshiiiR. Iast nlg't (leneral Joseph V.
, Vance, formerly of Paris, now an employe
J of the Insurance Department. In the tttate-
house, arrived Io assist-the local Tanner
' I. adcrs. It Is understood that the corps of
Tanner lieutenants, except Van.e. lias gone
to Jackson County, where a uoilventkn ii
10 he held next Tuesday. It Is a foregone
.orclus!on tint th Tanner fiction hero
-.m neroe on a ccntcstlng delegation to tbo
conclusion tint the Tanner fiction hero
cry I'eir yen! Aer..s the Continent
Washington. 1'eb. 17. Adjutant fleneral
Corbln reccnt'y ordensl an Invcstlsatlin of
the rcjKirts lat S demented foldiem had
been sent cross the continent in the last
three months for treittnent at the Govern
ment Hospital for the Insane, near this
itv. and that over ar more soldiers were
expect. 1 to arrive at San I'ratu isco short
lv from Manila.
Hi hs just r-.. Ivrl a ren. it on the syi
jc.t showing that the stort. ., were Mt-g-ntri.
A st icmcn of th. t niiimtin 1 ts
of enlisted men to th government llosptt I
f-r the Insane by the Secretary of War
from May 1, 1S53. up to the ps;scnt time,
covertasr rractlcally tho entlru p,Tiod Irota
the outbreak of the Spanish v. ar, . h.ms j
Aitimtted,t. th li.v.,,it.il It-snlir inv
3N; S'.ite volunteers 7'. K"He.t ." ! - "
tint- ! . i"; -x-.so:tuc!.- r' :iin:ui't t
tot-1 "f "-' ni. n. Of ih.H i. iiai'.r. ''ie t '
t nln have bin. o ree..v i-.I ae.I be. i.
b. ritcl: It-Bular .rm, i.: :':it.. . '. -t..r
. SI; lllite.l SUite-, ulill'. ... ;, -bol-aers.
1; a total of till.
Tli -re lire mw un..-r tr itmeit "t t
lio.-t'lt 1: "KUl-r artuy, W; s;tn. i.u-t' - .
16; I'niteil Slatt .lumeei . 4: v-.-j! !.
t a t.t.il of 94 mi'itary p.tieti,.:.
"nf tb tot.il i!i;a...T 1 j . j t .J .it th b. -pit
.1. orly thlrty-.-i..t! . a s- ...l in ''a
iSiIippm-s ai.d of lii.--. ! r n bav- '
tlis. 1 ni;ei as cured. Ttj v s it a i ;-!
ii an p'tie;t anions t..arlv 7. invaiM "l
di. r- ust brougiit botr.t v.n W; hospit.il '.ip
NEWS OF THE GHURCHES.
Patrirtlie KulwlninmenM This
Week Comity W. :. T. V.
There will t a pilrlotie entertainment
at th. Central V. M. c. A. II ill. at Uran.l
and Kranhlin vt-nm-s next Tunrsday even-iag-.
Ftbruary ZU It i!l Ihi iield ur.dr tho
uspli-e of th Junior order of tin1 l'nhl
Ane'ii. -in ll.vliaiu. -, ar i tl.e lul!jU!K
p.iKiamme villi U. ind.'i.'l:
Own.in. i;luin.t :' i "! 'v
UeiTnd It--r .T if Y. e
Adurf-'- miK .t: i;,-rt i'i-' -i.: ""
I'm ' -is bat A.i:-i;.. J- .a i...rl
John D. V.n II
Infm x I1:ie'lit Rus;i- n.V.. ..3ta.-JS"S
Aire- lk"kvA TatM'r.e.
H -t r 3. U OH.p-r. K..TI ". rl'. T. T.
Sk.lo ':H!iiea an s.-.r I'j m"T
V. c. il"'r-. .
AiWrs? "ltrtitd li.m. r, . : "
The HfreraJ . U. i- 0. D. I
Xtiwr.an. -- litalU Mel.'
AiiareM. "Th Jiinl r n: .- "
f. A. Shaaor. s.-t.:.n;. I'. V.
Tl.. n-vTra P C. !.'-- I .
Marc:. 'i 'in stuia and btn:- i'.t.-v. :" ..
V..ir llrrh- lii
Th movement f..r tie f. :i r. -t.l.::-h-rnnt
of IMIe 1 i :; '.'.'' .a. .:i- 11 t
h.i-. the Inl'.r" t. j . f '.. . . i tro'iti re i:
aiters of t' Mi.--. -.; ie l.i-r a', .mi' ".it
Inter; st--. main of ft! . i ' v.- -'. m ! ei.o-menitate-r
nuti e ..t ':.. '-.'. ..'i - ":'-e s
In rirrvir. en t'. i nr!-i. l!.r.' lr
rivfr urn. 'Ine : .;.. . tl'. I . - J -1 ;"-1.-..S
br., i'.t .. i .i- !.... :!! i o'd
aoik-rs. .Hid :!., ' ! . : . .- :irN.-. '"
North C.iur. ' m-,-. ! . i i .t Sunday
aff..r.ooii A mi i.i.' i. ii" oi o... :'il ie w
fet . will be In id ii ! p. in. to-i.iw V
f.-ar. li of the rief . .. ; ;- i - ."-. m."ii
for a more io:um..i u- r ti for gunii''.
rhi"l piirtui-.. tua IT.- 1. 1 e'.e b. nig
wlioily inaueq!: ite.
On next Thnrsd.iv ev ".'n? a patrlo'te 'n
Urt.iimner.t wid I m. u-ni. r the mi
pis' of th" Juiner lbi.,e "la.- of the i'irt
Christian Sundav t1- boo! In the auditorium
of the church. No. . Loeu.-t Btreel. Tiio
programme will e.inist of en nddr on
"Washincton and Hi: Timi " by P-of. sor
Kdwln I. l.utk); two readiny by Mts
ISessle Mors-, ilistrm lor in el'eiition and
delsart: the "Star-Pt'-inI.sl I'a'i
ner" will be rendered b Mii A1.!-.' I'itT li
er. and the Junior Uible Class yi rtet vv.ll
have two numbers r.n th procramn. l
11. lleClain Is teaehrr of the e!as. ai;d Iti
memliership is proluib! the birgest of mv
yonnff isple'.i el-is in the city. mor than
V') being enrolled, wiih the av'oraire attend-an.-.j
of TT,. The cla.--s is r i' irly orKar
Ised. with a fall coips o" ofli'.-ers. C. S.
Yoat is president.
The Woman's c!-..jjn Tempcir.re T"n
lon of St. laiuls v ..unty hf Id an institute at
the Webster Orcvfs pr bvt'rijn Churcii
yerterliy. bOih turtiixn ir.d aft-Tmem.
Mrs. W. H. liat.s wi lu-t, d ,. . .,.!. iag
devntion.tl exercis.-a. ;.;ij M-c Ai.i'lc I.
Averv gave some bugv itions ? t "How
n !' !h Prf--." Mrs. Ann P!niT e.
p'.-inod tlie ber metl cl .,f au'U:-iig nad
conducing a nab:'.- n." ti T. e".d tie Kev
rr.nd '". L. KI'.ss ni'-W'r-d tlie .piestton,
"To What Kxtt t A'e l.ristlan Men and
Women Rfipor.-I' V f..r th". f ilrua' '"Pio
Curfew" was prf ute 1 bv .Mr.. Trem!- v.
the "Anti-t'iBitr.-tt- Mnv m' nt" bv Miss
Milllean. 'V.m)ilsorv K'lm itiirti bv Mrs.
Jones, and "i?,'hoiil Suffrac." by Mrs. 1I..I
ton. Mr. Kendrb k inwcml the jti. tua.
"Why Should Chri..us L Known a"
Ter-.T.eranc Workort?" ap.1 th. fo-ci" m
s-".'ien closed with -i rri" scrvl c.'i
dueto bv Mrs. Allen. Mr. At.m M.
I'jln'er conducted t!)e orei.ing d. . ot!on.l
per. i.v for th afL-r-oe'i. whiuh were fol
lowed by reports fr.'n tho vatu 3 ioih'.'
rnl'.ns. The Kcer.-i-.d J. I), pit'h.y. re.-"fir
of O'd Orchard B,ii?c..pal Church. ir'.VS
"J"oms of the P.cst IV.T. s to Uo U.Tectlvo
Tmprance Work." Mr. K. B. Incnlls
conducted a brief parllimentary dr'!I. and
Mm Palmer give an addr. In tl.e ev e
Ing Mrs. I'llmer delivind another nndrc-.
on "Character Ilui!!in." ? Ios vv.-te rung
by Mrs. lirooks awl M's Mary Ianday.
Tlie Primary Purd v r"''.ol tTnlon held
at, b'ter.'stine m'eie1 ye- c-d.iv afternoon
In the Holland b,ldia. .in 1 tii" ! s-n ..f
t;-e hour w tr.ui.-ht by Mrs S. F. Mar.tcn.
Tho Ib-vcrerd IioC.r F. i !' rs;iton of
t..j W'-t Pr. -'--t. m"! 'har"k t ive -i al
dress 011 "Child Id- a:-i."
The Wednesday ci'b o 'e Cr.rfrei
tlonil Ciitireb of th Reu.-m"r will e'-.e ,1
V?shii.gton oeiiI on Kebiiney n ,-,t the
rr.-i'leiic-.f Karwrll W.jlt.i. N. 411 North
Grand ave-ne. v. ii,tcrc'ng pr..err.in.4
inciudlm: tl-o fjr.-a 'tn ic'a Will," 1103
b -n prciiarei
Rjieet.,1 gi.nel r 1 "tings r-e e ."Ta-t.'d ;
e..ry vcri'- at t'.e t-'t. fms C".v Mis
sion. No. r.' South It.-oa.lw-.iy. .--rvie.-s
will be conduct..! to-1ay as follows: Sin,.
day school at S p. m : regular evangHls'le
servWs at s p. m ; Mr". M. K. Murpav w:Il
speak; snhje. , "A Ix.u'.lo Burden." Slusia
by the mis.-ion orchestra.
TillNlTY Mlfmi MiSSiGN.
rrogramine of Hrxh -s To Dar and
The mission vrhb'h !s btng eondieted at
Trinity Chun h. CUauning and Franlffia
avenues, by tho ItevererJ Kdward A. Cn
borne of the Soviet v of 8t. John the Kvan
g lift. Ronton. M i.sb.. and Fa'her Kml-h of
St. Murj's "iur li. Km.s C'ty. v. ill . ci
tir.uo until W edne.d.-i ..-. On lhat o.iy th.-re
will be thre- cc.ebiatlon.s of Holy Com
munion, at 6, 7 a. id S o'i lo-k in tit.- morn
In'. which are lnivrded for sp.-i ial celebra
tions of the Hoiy l"i.h..rist for the ie. r.t
Wrs of the parish re." ::ill- :: I for nh'-:s,
This afternoon at 3 o.ioc;: tiler- will be a
spiM'ial S'-rvlce for women, ;t!,-l at i o'cloi k
& social service for tn-n on! -.
Tins inormii; Father Osleirne will preacW
at 11 o'clci k and :.!- In the e- nleg at 8
ovlcwk. Tlie wrvl. e.s are larpily at'"ndd,
and their deep solemnity. ?s Tie as the elo
quence and tarrcstti' 3 of Father sborae.
chief mission preacher, is very striking and
STARTED FOR ST. LOUIS.
Man Supposed to I5e Ileiib'iuiuin
The man who was arrested Friday !:i Chi
cago on the supH.-Ition that be was Fr.d
J. Helntm.mn. formery postmaster at Kirk
wood, waived examination on the cliargo
of emliezziing post otlc-o funds. Insjector
Sullivan U:en started for St. Ixuis with t'.e
insis.-tnrs Sullivan and FSrrel, both of
whom knew Ii. iin mann. have identified the
man. In response, to a telegram from Sul
livan, who made tho arrest, the necessary
papers for bringing the man cire&ted to St.
l.cu!s were sent jesterday. It was said In
Inspector Dice's oriice that Pulilvan and his
prisoner could hardly reach this city beforo
Th-) man arrested In Chicago Is said to bo
Iilentltd In appearance with Ktrkwood's ex
Iiobur.iaster. lie had been quartered sinco
last September, the time of Helneman's
disappearance, at the Sherman House, and
pave bis name as P J. Pf ir.1r.1n. The pris
oner denies vigorously that he is the person
Helneman's appointment to the lucrative
ollice at Klrkwol was from the tlrst sir' 'i
uously opposvd by the bettsr eli ment of l'u
partv. Ills previous record had Inen by tin
means clean, and his downfall was expect
ed. When Helnemann saw that discovery
of his yv-steinatlzcd misappropriation of
funds was inevitable be skipped out. leav
ing his wife and children In Kirkwood pen
niless. From that time until Friday no
clew to his whereabouts bad been discov
ered. Heiiivmann's appointment was entire
ly duo to uis "pull" with Congressman Bar-
A. P. Coomb.-'-. Pnsiiion.
rr 11 ci.rk. wanartr of the naval stores de-
putnient cf fie Watt rs-Picr. e Oil Comiiany, civs
t'i..t in- r;.it that A. I'. .wn.l '. to b- e r.e
, .- i' i- ;. , .-tj-i.-n 1. r".-e .... ri
C s -
c;a. laaiiai lJ
"Big Four" to Cincinnati. Fir.cst sttI'o,
track 2nd eielpmetit.
fli 1 ra ff Si
rQ 2i KiA rn t$ '& bryjl F3 vli gj
fci p? s-5 M N3 prni rt WAi K9 t4 it'T
Uiii w 1 Uii
mtsi y.iv if QJ i sg&? K35 ti
Do Not Treat All Dis
eases, but Cure All
I irnde up my mind, roon afier grada.
atli.n from College, tint no one mail""
was gr. at enough to ma-ter tbo entlia
fi.id of medirlno and surgery. Many
physicians have tried to do this, jji
they have tnet with result usually dis
appointing Io themselves and often dis
astrous to their patients. Tor this rea
son I determined early In mv profession- m
a! carer to confine my practice strivi'Iv
to a .ngle line of db-eas. s, and to
originating and perfecting enres f..r
them. I therefore treat only what I am
Kb' dut.ly certain that I ran positively
cure to rtay cured VAKICOCEI.K.
STIilCTCBK, CONTAGIOUS BLOOU
1-OISON. NERVO-SEXCAl. DEBII
ITi", and all reflex complications and
n -iclala diseases and Weaknesses r.f
men. To these maladies alone tblrty
uf the btst years Of my life have been
etrncslly devoted, and on them all my
faenlti. s aro concentrated. Sly consul
tation and operating room are tl.or
oughlv equlpr'd with every sWetitttio
ii'iLirit'iS instrument and device .--Besitlal
to the most modern methods .f
ptac'iee. and my referv pccs. both iro-l-fioaal
and financial, are amorg tl.a
bsi citizens of 8U L-.uis and vklniiv.
v !.o l.ave tut-n cuc-d by me and made
li.-ippy. I want every afflicted man to
1 l.'..nnd freely lnvestig..te my treat
l.i- ..t. 1 ti-e no Belts. Sjieciflc, !.
S.itnples, Trial Treateut, Eai'etro
M..lcal Combinations or similar de
v Ie. s, whi.-h do not ar.d caunot euro
d.-iae; jeeuiiar to m'n. Alv education,
my evpirkuc., my consuenee condemn
all fu h quackery. I treat erteli ease.
!e;j.rately, scientifically, 1 losely watch
l'ig It and car. f ully ' follow lias its symp
toms with varied rem die through ev
ery Et.ie. and stake my reputation uu
the is-.sult. The diseases that consti
tute my specialty are mora fully com
mented tip. n below, and are well worth
the c ireful peru-al of all in need of
Whatever may be tae cause of varl
eo.'le, i;s injurious effect is well
known. It depresses the mind, wejk
ns the body, 'racks the nervous sys
tem, and ultimately leads to a complete
..s of sexual power. If you are a vic
tim of this dire disease come to my of
ii e and let me explain to you my proc
ess of trea'ing It. 1'ou will tiien not
wonder why I have positively cured
more than 70 cases of varicocele dun.:.;
the pst u months. Vnder my trcat
11.1 nt the patient Improves from t'.o
V't-y bt ginnii's;. A!'. j"i Instant:.'
1 ...fi". t .t'l'i-i ai -I :-v el !ng i-:.' kiv
..! 1 i. Tlie p.mls of t icii.mt Woo.1
NOTES AND HAPPENINGS.
Much Activity Amoiifr, the Debat
ing Poeicties Plans for :t'
Plav in Cieniinii.
srr.'i vj. j'oanE?roxDENCB.
I'.dumbia, Mo, Feb. 1. The committee
havi.-.g charge of the arrangements for tho
preliminary oratorical contest to select
Missouri University's representative on tho
lr.t mollegiate oratotteal contest, to be held
In Columbia, on March 2. decided to hold
tho contest this week. There were thr.-e
eontestan's IL W. Morgan of Wat-son. M...
w!h spoko on "The l'ncrownI King"; T.
11. corley of Monroe County, who spoke on
"The Inextinguishable Fire." and K. S. M--Cli-lUa
of Miretr County. Illinois, who
poke on "Tho Statesman of Sui'.i.i;,J."
Mr. Morgan's oration euloglxed the life and
character of Slosea. His thought was good
and delivery fair. Mr. Coriey'i topic was
jatriotism. He told of the wonderful in
fluence t'.ils force has had In the develop
m.nt of our commonwealth. MeCJellau, tbo
last si:aker. lauded thu character and
achievements of the Cuban General. Calixto
Oarcia. Mr. McClellan represented t'.ie
Athenaeum Literary Society and tho other
el-akers the UU-s l.vceum. Tho Judges
were: Miss Moure, teacher of elocution In
Stephens's College: Miss Morse. tac!i-r
of elocution In Christian College, and the
Rever-nd C. 11. uniers. jjicj- 4iiin.
tho honors of uw evwung to Mr. Morgan.
The preliminary contest to- choose speak
ers to represent the L'mverslty of Missouri
in tho d llo with Kansaa University was
l.eld Friday night and Saturday night in
the university chain 1. There were to havo
1-een fourteen speakers on tho two nights,
but T. II. Record of the New Kra. Debating
...,,1. k..q tu n ,.vni.Ucd to withdraw on
account of illness. The question to be dis
cu'seel is the ono selected for the debate
with Kansas: "Resolved. That tho Philip
pine Islands should be retained as a per
manent colonial possession by the L'mt".l
S'at.-s." The delsjto ilt undoubtedly bo
Interesting to a high degree owing 10 tho
important character of the question. No
admission fee will be charged either night
and a large attendance s hoped for. The
Una! debate with K.ensas will take pla.-o
on the ev -'i.lng of Friday. AprU 12, !:, at
liwier.. c, Kas.
The question for the Kansas debate was
mulir dls useion in most .f the mki'-U-s.
In tho M. S3. V. iA-'iatlng Club It. K
liougiass of Caruth and II. 5. Conrad of
P:.itrie Hill were on th atnrmatlve and
Clvde V. il.lums of Grubbvlilc and J. F. Cn
ra'n of High Hilt tor the negative
No Judges were appointed. The g.-icr .1
dtsciiasion was quito lively. In the I r.Ion
Uterary Society M. C. llurk of l-acl- J,
J. F. liog.in of Harysv-ille. and .1. S. How
man of i:oads were for permanent reten
tion of tho PhllU P'nes. as a colonial ls
resion, and 1 J. Joae3 of i-lagl'. J. c.
Laird of Redding. la.. and P. It. Prl-o
of I'lattsburg vveie aK-Uni it. The decis
ion was for the negative. In the Twentieth
Century Debating Club A. J. 1'oster o.
Maple Tex., and Arthur Jennings of cen
tral!;, were on the altlrmative and J. -.
Harrison of Cothan and h. h . earner. 11
of Nevada were on the negative. Tha
decision was for th negative. In the N.w
Kra Debating Club M'-rcer Arnold or Jho
Hn bad the affirmative side of the question
and Uulolph Kleln.-vumidt.of St. IJuls the
negative side. Tho decision was for we
all. 1 mauve.
The annual Fl-.akesp. '.rean contest will
b" giver, some time in April, ihe Shake
spearean contest was not Klven test year,
but ihis year theto i so much dramatic
talent among the MuerntH that It is
thought the cont.ot will Iw unusually in-
1 -! - ."... i...H, Th.ru cllt r.rnlr.ll!v'
given 10 me wiun--s ... - , - - -7---s
b' thr.ss ciish prises. The airount of etieh
his not vet been decided upon, .i-everal
students have already m.inlfeste.1 th-ir in
tentions to take part W the contest, and
others will probably announco themselves
In tho near future
R.glstrar Stvi'zbr posted a bulletin this
v.-rsK stating th-.: th university coun. il
re. .mm. -i h- th it f-- '-'J Rt3 ,r thf' KTa
uatit.g class ! t It ' to t..kc part In
the iDinnit ie t t 1' ex 'ti-. s r e
. iv. .1 reicmn.-r-s t" t tln-.e rci.rc-fnta-t.v
s I. i 3s.11 1 ' -' fo" wirg an-T:
A'.l rtu- nts ra lua'.i in Juno vvhos- class
grado averages H cr more raa write ori
tljrs. efsays, etc., which shall Do received
7 .- - .s
sit '. vcj.
1 ;. X,
I blef oi.siiIII.IK
(J10 Olive Street,
are for-rJ from the 0I'j"1 re'".
which rapidly a -uin- '.!-. r '.'rmat .z .
strength and sound:.' --.. All indications
of disease and vieik:s vanish com
pletely, and lit th ir s-e.id come th
pride, the power, anl the pleasures of
perfect li"a!tii and restored vv uhowi.
It matters not how iorg v. .11 li..ve
Buff -red from strlr; lire. i,ur Low man-"
different doctors I. ivo di appointed
you, I will ur vou j :st as o rtainly as
you eome to tne for tr-itm-'it. I will
not do it by cutting or dilating. My
treatment Is new. e-.tirely original with
me, and perfectly painless. Ii complete
ly dissolve:-! the stricture and perma
nently lemoves every obstruction from
the urinary p-issage. It ,-tous every n
natural diseliarse. allavs all !-flamma-tlor:,
reduces the prostate gland when
enlarged, cleanses ar.d h.ais the blad
der and kidneys when Irritated or con
gested, invigorates the s- xu.il organs
and tectores he;itl. ai 1 soundness to
every part of t'e bj-.y ail'it'd by
Men. manv of you are row reipinir tho
r- .It of jour form, r foih. Yojr:-..:i-l.eoi
Is failing;, ai.d mil o m be Iot iri-l'-s
vou do ometai"g fir y'.-';.
Tie re is no timo to lo.-e. Itnpot' i' y, lik
by th head professor of KngM-h r jt later
than -May i. sit of the l"t A th. -.. p t
p. rs shall bo telected In tu. h tr.iii!i"r as
the protets -r b'-s proper ai.d tiooi tl'-.s
tfix .-hall be sell ctei tr.e four v.nic'i are
thought lies:. Th-j naiie.s of C-.e e v;-"-..
fui nacen's shall be ant.nu.'ic'd not lat-r
than May 21, and these students sha'l sp--i!c
on isituni. iT'cment day, the papers ijot to
be over llfteen minutes it; length.
Tho play 'o be tven by thi s'udents of
the o. rmai.Ie language department w:..
take place on Tuesday, February M, in the
university auditorium. Tho title of the
liay Is "Der N. ffe, A!s Onkef ("Tne Neph
ew as the L'mlu' .. The piay will doubtless
be as much enjoyed as was the French
plav vvhieh was given In the tirnt seinesier.
I'he ca.-t Is as follows: L'.icie, KdAll. Stan
Ion. li Pot.cot. Nephew, c. ;!. Strang.
Stotesb'irg: Comedian. J. 1 Diester, Neva
da; Ncph-w'.s i-'rieod. F. 1 '. & Keener. Iiii-c.ist-r;
la.ver. Ituiloiph Klb nschiin.il or t.
l-ouis; Notary, IL V. Hous. Columbia;
Postilion. II. i. I'reUenU rger, ;iarks
burg; Attet.dant, S. II. Croeaeti; First Or
derly. F. II. Aii ers. s:, ijuLs, S ,nd "r
.1. riy, I'. A. Uraiim; i'nele's Wife. Miss
Anido Ahrers. Fort Smith, Ark ; W'ic.ow.
Miss Su.-tte I,eopold. Columbia; I. aeio's
Daughter. Jli's Suo Stoni, Columbia.
Tho work of the Young Men'.? Christian
Association In the State University la i.-s a
v. - y tioiirishiiig condiiioi.. During the past
few months both the materia! and spiritual
work has i-en prospering. The as-a-) ttivn
was ablo to assist manv of the new students
In finding horn. s, and had the piivileue i
assisting them hi nutry other wajs. It has
proeiired work for every L-tudent that has
neeueu any io nejx rum pay nts ,icg. ri
lenses. There are many youn ; im 11 in tl.o
university who would not ho he-. were
It not for the aid which the employment
bur. an of the association has been able 1"
give them. Hut most important of a.l, the
spirlt'ial part of the work iiis propered.1 n
der the auspices of the associuiiuu :cv. r U
students have b'en (onverted an I t. rctt
have decided to give their lives to Christ, .r.
.wrvife. In order that the friends of th"
asvociuUon may see what has leen done with
tlwj funds win. li ate reveivetl, the annual
ixiense account as printed is as foduws:
lrtnting. ti"; postage'. $S,; inter, st n
uuuaing aeoi. w, organ rent. S!.; lienevo,
delegates. f,l: Stale Convention. iu; sj-i iN.
V: fall campaign. f: contribution to State
work. Ji; contributions! to International
work. Slo; eiileitaiuing speakers, ij; sum
mer expenses, f.. Inei.lelitals, $i;; general
secrttar.v, V0; intereolicgian. &; iu.riy,
SW; expense on building, t. Total, $s.
-V meeting of the Heating Club, which Is
eomi..-. I of t he contestants an.1 ottlcials in
the recent boat race, was held this week.
It was decided to held a meeting of tho
student body to organize a permanent
IsKiiliiir association In the near future A
commlin was appointed to, draw up a
constituthm, hx dales, etc. Boating wiil
prb.ihlv be on a tirm basis In the univer
sity athl-tio circles.
The Athenean I.llrary Society .leh.itel
the question, "Resolved. That li. 11. Itoh
erts is, entitled to hij aeat in Congres" "
at Its last meeting. T. II O'Connor of
Marysvilie and Caldwell were In favur of
Roberts and !. J. Walker of Monroe CItv
ui'd A. G. illack of ICarsas City against
bun. The de-.-isrti'.i was for the negatl.e.
The Savltar Hoard has posted a notleo
saving that all class pictures for the an
nual must be in the hands of the boaid
by March 1.
The eae of JUIa Tcinpieton vs. the I In
tl. II Hallway Company, a suit foruamai.es
was ar?ued Leforo the moot court this
week, with Judge Martin presidium and
with Tj. S. Ganson of Kansas City as spe
cial Judite. V. II. McKwen of Bu.shn.ll,
I". D. McMillan of Marysvilie and IL W.
Miner of Chitllcotbe appeared for Ihe
pi ilntlff and J. U. McNutt of Indi i'i
s:r.nss. D. I. Mitchell of Colcmbia and :.
I'. Moore cf Edinburgh for tho defendant.
Sixteen members of the Junior tow clawj
failed to pass in one of tha midwinter ex
aminations. The tlxeer.tlvo Ccmmittee of the Debitin-r
la'ague. at lis la.tt neeijnr, eleetel jud-el
for the prelimlrary of the Kansas debate.
The New lira Pebatitur Club has selected
the following speakers for the preliminary
of the Ntbraska deb.ite: Gibony llousk o'i
Cape Girardeau, T. II. Records id" Uluo
Sprinss and W. 1Z. Cttey of Kiuk; City.
William IVister n; Windsor, yio.. who Is
a member of the I'. IS. Club, is seriously
Vlnrdi f.rns I'vciirKlon.
Low rates to New Orleans. tThoi'e of
routes via .Mobile and Ohio Railroad. Par
ticulars i3 Ullvo street.
Iiisiirnnce I'lrnis Xetv l.oeuiion.
I-.m-s hie been rl.Hcd jy n hl.'h llfteen in'.ar
aT.caipi.ic. i presenting nearlv su i r c-iil ef
the insui.in.e e-oinc-iii's In tho citv. will reniova
to tie' Ct.i'i'r. huii llte- The 1. as. s r n ih .-
jer- froii Ap' 11 d the c enian i mil i o
t. i . ir i-.v it. ."U t man Ajnl 1 a.l
TT " I ' w ' tl '' t' i' t I- st' i- I.a- " . t
!.j-c: C.s.rge l Caisi & Co.. II. il. I'I '. .
... 1'. ar- U Iter I. i y. IV. JI. Mi As
t ir-. Ma l.i e . n l".; Kra..k. . -
Ie ' J 1 :' . Tr ' u ,vi Kr ai n. It.-, a .
A.- He vn. ileees Fialey & C.. F. l.. Fuv.e r &
Co.. t.'JJr-y i Sej't, Jatia Ik Trlide'.t, G. u.
4vv : - - f.5
- "fc. "sV 0 V?-
v.r ii-ry' . -
VlVV'. V -? '
..y -,Oi -'
l"lsleiail of Ibe
St. Louis, Mo.
fill rexual d'se, N never tn !.e
s'i-os"! . Wi'h it you can make 10
oir.pnmlw. Kitfcer vou must matr It
or it wi'.i mr.st.er you, and ml your whoia
futtire with misery and ltidescribubi
Wo--. I hav- 'r.ated s many cases of
t':i- kind th-.t I am as familiar with
t'.etu as vou are with tlie very dayllgh.
once cured by me. you wilt never again
he bothered with emissions, drains, pr--matureness.
imall r weak orgat.i.
rervonsness, falling memory, loss of
umbit;..n or other symptoms which rob
j. u of your manhood ant absotureiv
unfit ou for study, business;, pleasuro
or marrlac-'-. My treatment for we 'k
men will . oree ell the-e evil- ard re
.ir ? at 'o v!ii't riuro invtid'd a
I !e. heal'i". :.;.: - m.'i, with jhylrai,
n.ent.,1 ard h-MMl Pv. T3 complete.
On seoint of 'ts fright.. I Iddeoit--ne--s
this is crnr.ionly 1 ulied the king
of -il vei.'-re-l di-eases. It may be.
:thrr hr.di'arv or contrarte.1. Oi:.-e
t'i system Is tainted with it, the dls
easy may manifest itself in tho form
of icrjfula, (s-'zeraa, rheumatic pains.
tiff or swollen Joints eruptions or
opper-colorcd spots oa face or bouv.
little ulcers In th" mouth or on t'.e
to. u. sum throat, swollen tonsils,
f.'lhng out of the hair or eebrov., and
1 ra!ly a !eprou-s-hke decay of th fiesh
and bns. If jou hav-s any of the?..
Knih .t- F.i-, Fs-l CI. K-nncIe. T tlin-r
i..iniai.:e i.av .-, ii--.d all of the td.uh floor r. 1
tie t list bi-Mt e-1 .,; it.a e'ira'h aor. 'itn
.-eu t'om ti -. . ir tv cf 1 ir 1 and Pir...
:.! v. ii I.a a r--:i''j-- if v-'-art -dfl-.s n
Th- Mer: ar.-s' 17v.fcar.ge ana neiULerins tu .3
I1.4J. BAP.THOLDT'S BAD BREAK.
Kv(Ioee Tliat 3Ie Was IVt.t .Mis
represented. Tlie letter carriers of this city wre yes
terday burdened with mi-sives from Con
Fresman ParthoMt to his constituent'. It
Is said that mest of thee letters were of
the same tenor, and so'-ght to explain that
the newspapers and the Associate i Press
had nasrpi.-sentevl bis speech delivrel
early in the week la Congress. It vi-III be
itmemoered that as soon as ne foi.nd out
bow much trouble ti.e speech Iiad cause.!.
r.e immediately t'.lej;iapl.ej to Doctor Ka.il
1'rnetorlur, editor o: tl.u Westliehe i'ost. to
the effect that he had not said that "the
German cf St. Laiuis uppor.ed tho Pr.s-i-deut's
Philippine imllcy " He stated thai
he did not put it so strong as this. It
iwms tl.at other commumcatlcns have als.
been reeetv.d l.V Doctor ITpetoriUV f'Ulll
3Ir. Itrttlholdt. in winch ho seeks to rlsht
L.Tseif witii the exasperated Herman".
So far as e uld be learned y.-slenlay It
do.s not ap ai that any Iriih citizens of
St. l-.uis have received ine-sag."S from Mr.
I Uartl-oI.lt explaining to th-nt that he did
I I.ot question '.neir loyalty to the Govern
I m-nt. I'oss.bly l.e in'.eiels to ".land tat on
what the .wspaptr orre-diondents and
I the Associated I"res say he actually said
j li. regard to th !rih. Tlie fact that Con
I !iesnan iitsger..Id denoanteit hu.i oa tl...
I flo. r of the House for the- -liadfr l.e cast
I upon the kry..!ty of the Iriali w.vuld .-.. m
to cat off Mr. Itjrtholdt's retreat from
cmwnsblng out of these utteran-es by
claiming that he w.c misrepresented be the
r-m-spaiwr corrt-i-oiidcnts iiid tl.a Asro
The general ImprovsLin smon? Mr. P.ir
tholdt's cnstltu. rts :s that i:o was rot
ndsrcpresenied. They all know thai he
went b Ohio and slumped r ,ri of that
S'ato as a Utir.an represen'itlvs. of l'res!-ib-nt
M-'Ivinley's policy of i.tip- riaJ.sm, r.n.l
ver since then It appears that he ha been
trying to make 1: appear to tho luiminis
trition inn that he was. :v treat lead, r
among the C-rrians i.i.l e-uild talk them
out of the notion of opposing Itrrcr'aHsm.
That Ie; Is atraid of iio-tor l'reetnrhrs
t-ctrHv admits of doubt. I.'it it sems he
is under the intpres ion that he t'.-'etor ;s
such a partisan lb publiein that presently
ho can ho fare-! to c niproini.e vvitli l-.i
i.in-c'ee.re ar.d drop his oP!Osi:iia la !m
Iieriallsm. SHE GOT OFF LIGHTLY.
raimie Humphrey: Punishment
Fan.v'e Humphrey, nibs Harris., vvho was
arrested several weeks ago on a chargo of
shoplifting In Crawford's dry goods store,
was allowed to plead guilty yesterday
morning to a charge of iietlt Iirceny be
fore.) .lodge nh. r, and was sentenced f
three wetk.s In the Workhou"-. Although
the Humphrey woman was sentenced yes
terday. Judge Fisher said that tho sentecco
would dite from February 5.
The police sav that they bad a giod cio
of grand larceny, and exie-e-tecl that tho
woman would be sent to tlie Penitentiary.
They are Indignant at the Judge's action.
The police reconl3 show that tbo Humph
rey woman s. rved a term e.f one year in
the Workhouse, -ind that she Is a bad crim
inal. Iieing kuu.vn to tho polico over tho
She his been nrrete.l and served time In
different citle. under various aliases:. Phe
Is said to be the companion of the noto
rious "Mary Ann tlie Gun," vvho is con
sidered the rew notorious polieo charac-t-r
in the country. Th.- police, say that
the J'tdije was not familiar with the wom
an's bad record, or h" would not hive let
her off with sn.-h a light sentence.-
Arkansn Supreme Court.
Little K-H-k, Ark.. Teh. 17. The follovvlntr
were the proceedings at to-day's session of
th" Supr. me Court:
Polk Spir.nlnc Ompanv- vs O'rtoi aardlnr
el a! at1"al l.-''r Tlttemlei .'hanc.ry Court;
remandet with dir. . ti..i hv .Tibf Justly iiunn.
T it II. s vs Iti A.ll. r et .1.: at.iial from
Ston Chancerr Court: afi.nresl. en-ept aa to tho
- of .w 1- Jt Ilnshes
J I .'n.l.e A .'.. va. FJwanl 1 Clausen et
si.- sipevl ffom Crlitrnden Chancery v.u.t: af
nniM.l in part mnd reversed In part by Justl
Weed. ITilrf Jvwtlcn lJunn and Justics ltattia
Isaac orerton v-s. Frank A. Ihman: arp'al
fr"m Phllllrs Cini: Court, affirmed for want
of bill of cx-ertloi.".
Max Myr. trvwtee. r. W. B. H'cur.sway,
trustee; ars-t t"" Jetferson Chancery Cuurt;
J. im MlPr. Jr vn. Thimas H. Pari? et !.:
i j.-.p. .. r ia i.ivvren' in '. ' .-. ...... ..
J.' nc bri".s u r-lr. I.'( Itril'd ten days.
Trj ' !" . i et -il v- JT ttl M.'-m ap
1 i rr.t-i ;lo I.ner en. !t C a't; inotlun fcr
e .. I tl' ,
. f m s- i1r n v-. J -ines F. Cl-t-.w is; nri'al
t f ii " " . a ' ' 't Court; afllJavlt in suiisat
of r t. i to r Ir talo nied.
John Iloys vs. II. U Uuford; eft; 'at frsm Coa.
1. if y 1 '- - .. : .."r.J-if. vwf' oa"5
&& eFk feW
m $& m s.i M
m m m ?J mA
& lB M t
! Treat Men Only, and
Cure Them to Stay
I tir.d jot-r f. r a-.- i'ir , .
.iii. kly unT.uid. a o ,r n..
if.ir consttt'ition Is inl- t-d
il.tic v.res 1 will te'l you
i.d s'i'ow v i r v get ri! i
,.- lal tr. .: . 1 - Sypl Us
t. a!!-, t. 1 ' '. !'' 'i'
Is indorsed ' - pl-
AlU--'. 1 . d I . . t 1 I
dj.ge!..'. 1' . . jur..
in, of an . '. e t-
bottom er 1 icd '
ever.- p i : 1 v :-
El '.' Lis.- cvpll.'i.
je-.irs '",;.,. 1 '-ver. 'i'
je tls- 1. ti Besrt. Ihe t.0'1'
hf.b svtem are ! m-e-i. '
. -'uta'l to perf t le .i'e. a .!
'rt prepared au. ,' t'M .
plej-ures of ltie.
I'i r-.-.-!-r ni; a:!c.' f c f : !. 1 T
:. .er t-iil t... r.-' :. - "; r " : !. I
1 .'.ioi.s or ;s ;.i: u: i."
a-e is V:'r! -? 'e tt..' w..t-- I
1. it disappeir.-. If it Is istr. a I
Las developed itit J Prost:-ti.-. I,. . c r
Kidney affections, tlur !n,j.. i ci-a
ai all re.s.rid to a per:-.'.- '-. -ful
cmdltion. If it U ."."ti- I' I
1 a-. ... - o.U a'l Ski-, r 1 i. .1
1: . i" i.-is a-isirg fr.-j ; t
t r- and permin. rt',' -jiinl v I
fr-.- t .- nyst.m. if n impot. : -v ,1
ma ..' dls iresjslr.? sv-eptonts e dow' s
In Its train and ir.di. .ting a prcinat'. r.
decline of physierj. mental ar.d sexual
p?wer are totally remov-l a-.J rap"I y
replaced by the vonthful er.- rv- ef n.
buL manhood. Ilci.. d r-'jltlnt- i't
anl reflei compUca'lons wM. ii may lo
properlv terzmd 2501. .ate diseases, and
which, in fact, are of:- n r.ore serious
than the origlanl a,ir.ie- t that gives r;o
to thr-ra all. i's-v. di :pp. ar . omptete
lv and for.v. r v.:;U ti.o t .ro of th"
Most cases c-n b? trei'e.J stt'-pssful-lv
nt home. Oie per-onal vistt is pre
ferred, t.n If it is Impossible or incon
venient fur you to call at my otlice,
write me a fall and U'.reserveJ li -t-..r-of
your cas". idainly siatinij jour syr.j
lotus. Physicians h rrini stubtorn cases
to treat are cordlilly i-ivlted to ccnsult
in. I make no change for private s j'i
tel. and give to eav.li patient a lrgi.l
contract In writing, bached by abji.i
ant eapi'al. to hold for my proml-e. A I
ures ail communhatlous to W. .-.
C'MJK. M. P.. or to th COtiK MKO
l.'I. Cfiill'ANY. t.10 Olive sitctt. su
t?t Or", Cj'jit; K!lant gl.ta twnty Cay
tt n1 t ! '.
.'tstLin r:r"'Kin-l r f?it - Arfrisa: a,
Thti it .i : .-k ': u . m t ti t v ;. 3
ta tt'.k! f-.r a'pt;'.j.Lil ta Ci til! tl iu, ii ri
lor reh' sir'nir.
I uk. an 1-r. n et L tp lUttle K. AV-n t; -rai
ficni 1.' C-."- Court. xitL.t-r .:. -..5i
it, j iuJfx-rtiit afSta.e-a.
TO MARRY SECRETLY.
D. Calhey and jli.s Uamlin
Went to Clayton.
James D. Cat!..", sn employe of a local
busiry company. living: la DeonarJ avenue
Just north of Franklin, nn! to Clayton yes
terday ar.d v. s married tu ML-3 lauulss
Hamlin by .Tusti. J. li. Green?eldcr. Hoth
Cithey afd h-.s brida weTo very nervous,
awl asked the Justice to ijiva them a inar
rh.go certiticato without performing the
ceremony. They admitted that their par
ents knew nothing of their marriage, and
sud that they desired to keep it teerst for
a while. Tt reporters they said that they
Jivel in Tennessee.
The otbe." St. i.ou!s couples who were
married u; Clayton yesterday v. ere William
Ktady of No. iiL'4 Gratiot stre'-t and Amy
Williams of No. IKS Franklin avenue and
John J. Hough and Kiln H. Ldadsay or No.
7tfi South iliyl.teentli street.
Greut reduction sale this we-k of clocks
of ail l-m'.. a: Meruiud & Jaccard's,
liro.id iy anl Locust.
Itetanied te Washington.
.lshirgton. Feb. 17. Representatives
IJ.vd i.!.u icck.ll..rd have re-.urred from
vi-.is to th.ir d.-uiiTs and u:ra at Uia
irose whet; 1. mv:. tveuay.
THE WHOLE SI-CRET
Of Ibe llemnrUnble Success of a Item-"
id; iur Indigestion ivuH Xomacli
A new remedy wi-I. h rnnv revolutionize
the ticaiiic ut if stcmarh troubles tas beea
Tlaeeil Lefore tl.e p'lb n: and bears the in-dor-"tier.t
of many leading physicians ant
This rrepjra'.on la not a wonderful d'3-.
covery, nor yet a nceri t patent medicine.
neither is it claimed ' cera a-y:hlng ex
cept dyspepsia, indigestion ere' storcacn
troubles, v.ith whb I: nine-tenths of our
nation are more or less lUf etej.
The remedy is in the f"rni of pleasarS
tasting tablets or lozenges containing vege
table and tiuit es en-cY. pure aseptic pep
sin (free fr.'.'u aidmal impuiities. Goldei
Seal and dl.itu.-e. They u'- jold by druz
gists under ilea name of Stoat.'. D.-pepua.
Many Interestlnf: experiments made with,
these t.iM.fj 'hi iv that they possess re
markable digestivo power, one grain of lb
aetlv- principle jn one of S'utrt'a Iiyspep
sia Taidets ls-lmc suttlale-;t to i.e-ogL.y
digest '.tj" grains of leai int.. c;ss, c-t-m.
al or similar whole ayrne fu I.
Stnarfs Tab'ets do not net tipja the
bowels like after-dinner pills an-i cheap
cathirti. s. which simply nutate and ln
ttame the Intestines, without ! iv!.-.s z.zy,
eltect wnat.ver in curi.ig iiiii-?est1.ji.
If the stem-i"i .-in be .i'se.l siil as'rt9't
In the work of d.g'.stion ;t vvll very wwr.
recover its normal vigor. is v.o oran Is sa
rau'b abuseu j.nd ovt rwork.l as the stom
ach. This Is the s, .-ret and tiio wholo s
tiet of the remarkable success of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Taolet.s, a remedy practically
unhnowa a fe- years a-o and now th
rpest populnr, s.-'f'st and raot v.'ldely sold
of n treatment for stomach weakness
This siit-j has ben secured entirely
npon Its merit as a dlsetlvc, pure en l s'm
IIe lx cause there ..in I.o no stomach.
troubl" if '.ho focc. is piomptly digested.
Stuarfa uy -pe; si.v Tabltt3 act entirely
uiion th f.Mid eattn, dieostinc It complete
ly so that it .-im be assimilated into blood,
nerve ar.d t .T,ue.
Kverv drop of liioid. every bone, nervo
and tissue lu the Uuly ran bo renewed in
but one wav. a'ld that 1" from vvholesom-j
fixsl pr.-peLj- d'ge-..-. i. There Is no other
wav ar.d th.t Idea that a medicine In ItscC
caii purifv the bi.Ml er supply new tissues
and strong ra-rv. s Is rideulous, and on a.
par wi'h th.i fol-dc-rol that dv-spepsia Is a.
germ lle:."e, or t.i.it other fallacy, that a
weak stomach wMeh refuses to digest food
can be made. 1.. !v -si by irrigating nnd In
flaming the bowel i by pills ar.d cathartics.
Ktuarf.s Iirprsia Tablets cure dyspep
sia water brash, sour stomach, catarrh of
the fiora-i. h. r is a'.d b'"atlng after meals
because INv furnish toe digestive power,
which it the nn thing thtt weak stomachs
lack, and unl's-s that lack Is supplied it is
useless to attempt to assUt It by the uso of
"tonics." piiii" anl cathartics, which
havo nVmluteiv no algssflvu power and do
not clalit' to have am.
Tlie regular ii" of oho or two nf Stuart s
Dyspepsia Tbi.-i , after meats, wilt demon
strate tlu ir n. i . 1. 1 efliciency better than
nr, i the- cr th "ft.
Th- y . r :1 l ilpj-gtsts everywhere.
and a ll'tlo l-klt on cause nnd cure or,
stouiarli .trauhle"! w.Il be mailed fre bv a Is
i dressing F. A. Stuart Co.. Marsiall. Mich