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TTIE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. If ARCH 17. IflOO.
rfs Way wc Gat our
BLOOD AND NERVE REMEDY.
THE REMEDY VHICH MAKES THE SICK WELL.
THE MEDICINE WHICH MAKES THE WEAK STRONC.
If you arc not happy, you are not -.-jl. If vori feel weak, tie
pressed and moody if you are nervous and irritable if you spend
lime wonucriiif i ... uvuti
. there is in Jiving, you re ill. szx
.JVof sick enough to he in bed, p
maybe that will come later'K'Y
if vou do not heed Nature's W
warning. The entire wonder
ful machinery you call your
body is beginning to break
down. It needs aid. It wants
the right medicine. The best
thing to give it is Dr. Greene's
Nervura blood and nerve
reincdv. There is nothing in the
world'whieh will give sreatrr hene
fit. It will revive the weak and
drooping nerves just as the Aim
does the delicate blossoms. It
gives to the chans'ed nerves and
the impoverished blood Uie natural
food ami medicine for which they
are starving. This is why it cares
cases pronounced " mciirauie"
this is why it succeeds wncre doc
tors and other remedies Tail.
Dr. Greene's Xervura is the
one sure remedy to take if you
are suffering trom debility,
jweak nerves, exhausted
n strength, tired feeling, dys-
w oeosia. It vcr and kiduev com
plaints, female weakness,
neuralgia, rheumatism, poor
blood and low vitality. It will
cure your aches and pains and give you. per
fect health and strength.
Mrs. Jons Harlow. Winn. Me. sirs-
" For about throe jears I had been tumbled w h tho8 xrealraei.ss peenllar to jar sex, I
lCAnio very nerr.-ms and u.v bead troubled ire -o 1 could not t:eei. or read. It st-enied at
thou;b sorretMng a drawing down from the top of mi brad J oiild be ., tired at mars,
it was a burden for me to move. I had driiep.i . v., that my food did ton uo Rood, i ha.t d..c
tored all the time, without benefit, and was alien! iucocraced irtva I cwamccced to ta'.e Ir.
Greens' Nerrnra blood and nerve remedy. I bavc tafceu two bottles and am decidcdl? better:
znj bead doe not trouWe :ne. and I rc-t well ni-ht-. I am nit troubled w Irh dr.iieii, 1 feel
that I caoaot say enough ia prai-e of Dr. Greene's Xerrura blood and nerve rccieiiv."
Dr. Greene. 35 West Hth St., New Yort City, is tfco taojt successful spe. !:I in coring
uervon and chronic diea&es. He has reoicdir for all forms ot disra'o. ani o2rrs togire fre
consultation and adrice, personally or by letter. Yoa can tell or write rmir troubles to lr.
Oreene. for all communication are. confidential, and letter: arc answered in plain, is&!l
Zhis Wear's Sbirt TKHaist
It will be different from that of last year. Paris
has decreed it. To learn Just what the Summer
Girl of J 900 will wear, read to-morrew's SUN
DAY REFU3LIC Our own sketches,
LOSS OF BABES DROVE
MOTHER FROM HER HOME.
MRS. E. 151" KNOWS
TEOKIA IS MISSING.
IJusftand Thinks She ";imc to St.
Loni.s Three- -hililrc-n Had
Died Within a Year.
E. C. rjurrows of IVoria. III., callfl at
the I'our Courts esterday o solicit the
:id of tli i)lice in a j?earcli far Ills wife,
who dlfHprnnred from lier liom at 11
o'clock Monday ripht. He raid ho liant
he c.imo to St. Luuis. At tir-'t he thought
1: would find her at Uio home of his
Tathor. at No. 3i"7 Vine Grove avenue, but
vlitliing had bec-n seen or heard of her
Hurrons i a prominent Kepublican P01
iticlJii of J'eoria. and tnivolmg palrsmnn
for a St. l.ouis firm. lie fjrs that his
wife has become inbano and wajidereil away
In that condition.
A pccUl telesram to The Republic from
IVoria lart inslu says:
"Mrs. Hurrons b e.nne eoemrly melan
choly because- of the eath of three thil
rfren. all within the ii-t year, the third of
whom, an infant bul S month." old. v. as
lv Ins -it-ad in the home at the time of her
disappearance. The biby was burled on
the day followiric;. Mr. Kurrows Is pur
sued by the hallucination that her hti'-bniid
and parents and all other reiati-.es are con
spiring to take her life
"Tuexljy eemn(r Mr?. I!urrow left her
home In New York atenue at ;il-oiH ltf.J-)
o'clock, barehejded and v.lthout wrup.-,
telling her liu?!url that she was coing to
step out for a second. In a few moment",
howetir. she was nowhere to be found, and
the altirm was at once spread that sle- had
run away. A searh through the hoaee lr
eloped the fact that a window was up. n.
mid it Is supposed that Mrs. liuirows
threw her hat ard wraps out of this win
dow to the cround bvlov
"Tile 1h-.i1 polko and ihleetlves were
T'Ut on the .i?e at ne-. bm nothing ffee
tlve was diviloperi until Thur-Ua niorn
inc. whet a Knowille avenue tIel ear
conductor said :i woman am-werini; tli
description of Mrs. Uurrows had taken his
tar to Tnioii depot. Ail the r.icht eon
duitors and pirters having IVoria w. re
questioned, and finally Ihe erew of the St.
Louis, I'eori-t and Northern train. lealnir
s city at U.?. said that they were
: that Mrs Ilurrows li.nl Iu-oti n,. of
tnelt passengers to St. I.ouis on Tuesday
niey tuseniKsl her perfe-tly. and
no oouot nere tntt this Is tfe
teal clew to the whereabouts of the mh-sing j
woman, bhe is known to have left the
- ' "- .-ouii?. an.j in r inisuauu is
now searching for her In that cili." !
BANQUET TO CONGRESSMEN.
Drainage Trustees Enlertaiiied Illi
Washington, March 1C The directors of
the Sanitary District of Chicago gaic to-
nignt an claliorale bamiuct at the Raleigh
Jo the Illinois drhgation in Congress, at
which coders were laid for mr.. thnn I
f-iiete n-i, ..i.. , .. ... .
Wlcre: Cha.rn-an Camion obe o,,s., '
. ..,. A( 1-u11r111.11 speaM-rs or me even-
"K wtrr; 1 na
ommittii Iturton of Rlt-'t,
vis anil llarlmr
and I.ittlelleld of Maine,
ii'ere was consiilcralilc enthusiasm, and. al-
I . AN HONEST
If you Ask for the Best
X Others xyjll jriTo j-ou a cheap Ftibstthitc on which thoy
J jriako a few cents moru profit, "
t For Constipation or Stomach Disorders
Glowing, Happy Health.
though the l.m,u-t w.is , if
ja i i.it.-.I d'i ie---: -a ..f v
tli" I hi -ag" dr iin ic I-..!-'
lh coiistru 'ti'-ii l t'je i;..
mil. 1 here
111. !!!! Ii of
.i-Uii - for
ri'i.i, i.i of a
c-ep waf, fr. in fhirnjto ia th .i:.Jl
ni the I.- riain-- iclr to the Missis
sippi ai.d H outl, t to the oc .in.
The canal eople are workinu with grrnt
adroitnss and some promts." of -uecei Itr
th- commis-lon of the ornintni to the
i-ewerag- project. To-morrow a re-lution
v.ill l- pr-serif.l to the H.i-e an I Sen-ite
asking that th- appropriation for a urv.
frum I'tU i to Ihe .!Ks',ppt be diveri'ii in
such manner as will commit the inurn
ment to -ureyi:ig tie- propo-ed ie-p-ws:er
route from the Oreat ljkes to New Or-ler-.
Th-re was great cit'mstasm at the hin
Quest ard ie i, w of the pp-min-nce of the
legislators v! sieike up .n the proposi
tion, ti:.- Ikiuiiuti might be t .usiiKrt.J a
Su.-i-c-ss. It wa- gi-n fir a pur-os., ai,.j
with eiilhuslastlr Indorsement bv sueli le-
publican ln-r- .is 'u n.nd Iturton. as
w II a- St it"r "'.I!oiii ,i!i 1 Iiet. thf pur
!.;,. t,i s ur- Kuiitnm ntal ig. i. In tne
e.inal as pjrt t.f a n-t-m if .'p w.itr
a to the i.c-..!: s-, ms to I-.- pioinising
WRECK OF STEAMER GUNTER.
An liffort Will lie Made to Raise
Detail" of the wreck of th. rt. inter K.
C. flunter. which occurre.J at WMz. l's
landing, ninety-right miles from St. Ieul.
on the Illinois Inr. as told In yes'Tda;-'-
Republic, were clen y.-st.-rday bv Captain
Ilirry Iyhe of the te mi- r Ila'ld liigle
which pass-J the Jlsabl.il 1k1 n route
for this iHiint several hours after the acci
Aeixirdlng to Captain I.eihe. the Uu-.ter
siru. k n, submerge log shorilv bifire li
i'-k. and just as the jss, tigers were
silting down to dinner in the main nlon
t-h.- quivered und-r th- sho. k of the .!-Il-ion.
and there was a ruh for the rks.
A !'p steamer w.i almost opp-i-lte the
binding. h'nnr. all io prominly and
safelv land. d.
"When w- pissed hfr." said C.ii.tain
I-he. -she was Mite In 17 f e. t of wa'. r
wlil h was fet d-p insfde A sh, vis
Ji.xr her Journeys i-nd, m.it or Ik.- cargo
bad lieen disjiovei of
Captain Ab-xandi-r Itmont. who was In
charge of the fiunter. returned to his horn
Jtt A ton vesterdav v!.i lh. It il.l I- !.. i .
. will lolay visit St. Is.utg to . Ivor i di.-r
Jo :n(om.ir.y him I the wreck. . t.,t to
ln-i,t her iMisitlon. She w:i a'ud at
.-iIhiiii JIO.Oki and is the mnwrii ..' .
In ate of Kamp-ville and Hardin. III. "hlp
I" -v mil men-hams.
Mt-imer ;unter was bnllt nt Cotutnnoign.
T- :u. . In ISoG. and waq bro::tl.t i l ....il
il.r. . jears ago to take tin ir.id.. ,f thA
st. .eiier J J odill. ilestrov.o l. th- f r
ti .do of I-;. She elea'rtl W. dai sjay in the
Kumpsville r.i d Nap!, s trade.
Joseph r. Crawford, chief engineer of th
I ennsyivanla road, has completed a partial
surwy for the 1'enn.sylvama and lluffalo
e,Tie.eMti- illr.....l .. 1.1..1. .iit u- , ...
from a. twlnt on the' rhtladelpnia and Frle
Itailroad. in the northwestern part of
' ' "a-ynuaia, to inn. io ills n-poit shows
"'" i: mil com J1.i.(X) to baild the lin"
hi.'I ili-u it will co-1 an extra million to
liu'M the terminals at Ituff.it.. The new
line will be l'3 miles bng. and is Iwdi.g con.
tii. led in order to gle the !-iinWv.nii
It.. Iroad an lndcjK-ndcnt outlet into Iijf
falo. TlcUrt Tlrol.ers nml Sleepers.
The St. IxuiK Association ot ilenernl
1 l.i-enger and Tl. k-t Agents met kit.
d-iy in the IVIIertoii liuilding and rtUp.i.d
f s,,me routine matters Th folio-Ai:i
I' --ohit'oii was offired and discussed, l-ut
... ... nun iahen un it
That Instruct!"! be Usneil
agents that the shnll iliw-nniimu
J. 1 re P T""1"!!-., "l?
. n;,r,n,n -,..- .1 . . .. "J,
s .me ,t the'tbne 'i .,-....;., 'a".B
1 s are res. red.
Natural Laxative Water.
Has No Equal.
vnu ii. 'ir cjcs3v '. -
&"i& toWK WSV
y ."- rw mz.' isea
IWJLVT(L-fH as fmii t i
rtA-SKAK Sft? i
Awwact&tf vrw i
flf -t5V'i Q5.Vfl A
MEM&$s& m&JI 1
., r-st'SBiSitfi csaisca i
WE&Egmifir &-- K
GORING SALE OF
PITTSBURG & GULF.
Stieoinl Master Stiles Will Auction
the K'oad Mmiflay at
Silas W. l'ettit Will Represent It
ami ISiiy the Properly Santa
IV Itniiu-hes ;enenil
Kansas Cit-. Mo. March 16. Silas W.
ivttlt of I'iitladolphla. chief coun--l of th
Rhilad.-lphla It'orennlr jtl,.n Comuiitteq of
the Kansas city. 1'ittsburg and :ulf Rail
toad. Is hero to make ready for the sale of
the road at Jophn. next Monday morning
Mr. l'ettit savs that ho will 1 the only
bidder. Ills bid will b.3 on behalf of th
Kanras City i:outhrrn Railway Comiiany
This company will hold more than Ji.uv)
of the ta.u'.t.i) of bon.U of the road. The
:vis,s city Southern Railway CuniMii ii
it. incorporated under thtr law, of Mis
souri and It will operate the Hue between
Kansas- City und the Uulf of Mexico.
Mr. l'ettit sajj ,fc. prcJ.e,.t ,,latl cf ,h,
lummltiee incl.idnl only the Dilution of
tne iiMsfurg and 5uir line procr. This
does not llu-:.t.!.. the (jiilm-y. Diilaha and
Karsax Cn. the Kaiuas City Northern con
netins line and the Omaha and St. lau:s
Marry Itoyd Hutd of Chicago, representing
Max 1-i.m. i.i. t Mr. IVitH lieis.. T.gthi r
tl-av went to tl. ..m,. f l.hioi. Moiiow.
tax and Moo.e. t'.e Kansas Ci,- i-pr)-seutu-tles
of tl.o X'hlladclphla R.orBunlzatioii
Several members of the Reorganization
t-ommiii.r. including William ilarntj.
erWSYjri n,"-n.l the sale The pr.ip-
eru will 1-mU by K ,, .-,, ma,'.T ',
"i . The imnil.. rs .,f fi.- I;. ..r 111-z.i-i.'-i
i.inniltt.e wu, r. j, i, r, ,.. tll.Ir.v
, ' . o" a'-J w "' K-J lo Juphu in a sjs . la!
Colli- I". Hantlii-iiMi Unuts to ee
."lore v;,inut:iclorIe- 'I here.
ialves-.nn. lex . M inb 1 -c. 1'. Huniing
tot. president of the South, rn I'a.lli.. ar
rlvtd In tlalvost&i last tvtuiiig on his tour
of inspection. The irly is composed of
?!r .-on.d. s,r'- Huntlrgtou. Mi- CampK-'.':
L.. llui.tiugton. vice pre ni nt. William
iiouu. chief , i.n,-er of t- -o-.itli.iii 1
c.nc anil vv n.iam Miles, private sanitary
to the pr.fldint
Reuardln; ;alveston improvements Mr.
Huntington sal.;. --, nM ,. t.,K:i,g voi.r
cotton awa !i:n ij.ilv. lon ovr our 'own
Mr Hitntingt-.r has liern talking for som
years aS-out -.-. king" tu Calvest.a. over bis
own r..i!. Ills r-tra-nco v.sterda) wa- his
first tri t i'o it.. ,ty ver Ms own ra'l-.
T-e S.i,tnern l.i.-ttu- has pun haseil tli
;.lv- 1.. 1. iIoua,,i am Nonh.-rn sin,-.- Mr.
lliii ti.toi. s last trip 1.1 i;.,iv ri..-i
.Mr Huntington was sisk.si if ib. deal for
the pur-a is. of tb Houston. K.tst and
.-. i.-xas it-itiriad n.id !m . I . d.
"Thire are -..!,,,. d'-tai!- In .-mm. . lion
wiiu the matt r that are not ntir-! . Insert
1 b-hev. l-..,w.-v.r, thai thesr ma'iers will
1h. arr:i-ig, .1. and I am t-x . tin- a t. le
gritn will in the n-t two davs, atinoaii. mg
t!.' i ."sing of tee matter.
"The ntls of the gulf coa-n have pai i
iitir.lv t s. mo-h atiriitiop t.. th- it. r "
Mr Hui.tiugt .n said. 'Th-y b.itt .itl.i. I.e.!
t o tsiii h iiiijrtar.ee to the i-ommeri..' of
the ..rt.. aid ha... mgl. . -c.1 their ..; j.or
tmdit.s for m.in-ifai tilling Th.- i ours-- is
a I rn hi enoii-.-b: it is a god th'iig and
should 1 promoted, bat it n. in mar. ifeetur
Irg thut tht-re Is ihe b,-st opportuiii'v f. r
th. -o i-l'i.-. t. grow. Th. re has u-i. to.
irue.i stil;inng in of go--Is from th.- N-rth.
i mui-b sending nwav of 1 in ni.it.rl.H
to U- n-turn-d in niannf.iei-jr.il f-.rin. Cot
ton ouchl 10 be maoe in;,, fabri. s h. r.- "
'the Southern I'a ill.- pi.-r. nw 11 d.-r r.m-s-rudion
hre. will be one ., th- tn.st in
tie I'ni'i.l States. It wih ai .-naiJ.late
i v.u l.rge ships at one time.
TKWIIIv x. It Ti:.
Stntr Ciiliiliiisslfiu fit lllie a Ilenrins
on xiar 7,
At-stin. Tex . March K-A delegation of
Texarkana I'izers rere here to-I:i In In
foi.i.al isinsiilta-ion with the Ralln id Com
mission relative to the pr..ms. ,j he-irirg of
Mirth -T. to eonsbii-r n,e pr..H.sti.,n of
-.iiting the stt r.itis t ff.,. 11,.. ilv
rai.-v inj.tv.,1 nv r. xirkana In th iri't.r
of interstate shipn.eiits This Tiark 11..1
s-t-ia-.ton has arraycil all nor'h Texas j di
bing iKiiiits against Txrknna. n- th- low
ral.-s she epj.jys (,n lntersl.il..- s))pln. ,i;
ptrniits that place to eo-i.r-te with all
North Texas Jobbing .:nls on State sr.-p-ments
and undersell them.
Til- nrgumtuts pte-ia(..l to-.i.1v were t..
the elTecl that owl g to l's g.-.'.raplil. o
lo-atioii. Texarkana had to have i-.,m. a.l
Vantago or lo run over by Shreveieirt
and Arkansas ix.ints The ar-iim-nt- ..
to-lay were only prelimiiiary lo the tight
of tho "7th when It Is rxj.-.'., hundreiU .,f
jobbing js.int.s and all railroad iutensts
will be rt presented here
iT 1-R AllstlltPTIOX..
Three llnuirh Lines In Cnllfornln
Ie t oiisollilnled.
H.in Francisro, March 1C The Kxamlner
ray The Santa P.- has derided tijH.n a
m-thod of consolidating Its three separate
companies on this coast, name'., the -il-lev
Itailroad. the Santa IV I'a. Itic and the
fs...,thiiii California Rallwav Conlrarv to
gtneinl exp.Ttatlon. ihiv are not lo' 1h
t-mtliiisl wltli the Santa IV I'a.-itlc anl
under the latter's name The jin-sent com
pany o the Santa Ke system, the Atchi
son. Topeka and Santa Ke Railroad Com
pany. is to absorb them Cmne-tlon be
tween Rakersfleld and the Santa Ke I'neinc
ot Mojave Is to be made over the Teha-h-apl
division of the Southern I'aciflc t'n
der a nlnety-tilne ear base the Santa Ke
l to Jointly operate that dlvsiun with the
Th consolidation will do aiay with ihre.
rejiatate sets of eecut;4e ofliecrs and otli
ervilse reduce exjsnses.
m:w .aoric to :Ai.vnsTo.v.
Southern Pacific to Operate its "Iiir
Rnn Line of Sleniii.lilp..
New York. March 15.-The Journal and
"Within a very short time th Southern
Pacir.c Company will operate Its Morgan
Line of steamships from New York p.
Galveston Instead of from New York to
New- Orleans. Large sums of monev ar
now lielng expended upon the roust rtir'ini.
of whirves and a warehouse at Galveston
to accommc-dnte the bu-ines-. lt order tr
e.-iter the j-ort of GnlvMon bv- a tl'ris i' lln.
leading to the West and connretlrg with tin
Southern I'aciflc seier.il Mnall roads ban
ts-in ociiuired by the Souther-- r.-iciilc c..m
pany A very large saving In exj-ns-s i
c-xpected from this change, as more than lo
mile.x will Is- a.ed by the st- amships an!
n fur'her saving v. Ill be effected in reducing
the time on through freight. '
llral.e llrnm Case Apoenlrd.
The transcript In the appeal cae of the
National Hollow- Rrak' :-:m Conipar.v and
the Chicago Ktilwav Biu'(.meut Compam
against the Interchangeable llrake it-am
Compare was Hied with the clerk of tl..
I'nlted States Court of At!al ve-terdav
This sStt was decided in the United Slates
Citcult Court of this city some weeks ago
The matler Involved Ja th,. Use of a brak.
rein on whi. h several pat-ntf wet. Is
sue.1. Allegeil infringements on jnt. nt
an 1 claims for damages make up jiart f
the Issues. The tracscrij.' rnak.t. a large
ConimoilHy Tariff Suspended.
l.tttie Rotk. A.'k.. Manh iSTlie r-Kum-ns
Railroad I'ornmlrslon to-dxy u.
perdeil until April 1 the general classifica
tion ano commodity tartn which was p,
go into r If eel Tlles.l.T. T-..-xt
I'lorldn I'rrilral Cleellon.
New York. Mar. h Vi. An lmi-rtant mer t-I.-ic
of Ihe ,1-r. t rs of the llortda (Vnleal
and Prnm.su.ir was htll h,.r.. vestrrda)
John Skrlt-e Wi'-.ms wa ...ted pr m
dent, to su.-eerd II R Duval K TR
John wasclecttnl tlr-t vice j.rtsident. John A
Uenacrson, second vice prcsiJcnt and gen-
eral onns.-l. I) B. Mnxwi-ll. third vl. o
.r si,. nt ,,n,i i c lvrnous. s,.r, i ,r
l'ii p iralinii-. for the consoliditlon of tho
IilT. rent lines wbl. b an lo crnstum.. t. a
jri.it. r S..ibj.ild Air l.lue ale i pi-ilv
iiearlng oinple.tii.n. rnvl, H UfiimliO. will
be O'Uiplrted wllhei two nmullis.
nt .NTiwiiN's i:m I
Will Xol Ahnndon the rit 1 i.rk-nr
Orlenus l.lue of eniui-r.
rsalteston. Tex. March 15 I'ts!3ent
Ituntlncton was an exceedingly busy man
to-day. Tnli mornir.g ho had a cunferctico
with th ortlclals of the Galveston oi.d
Western Railroad with a view presumably
to adding that little road to lit possessions
hre. After the conference a thorough in
Rpectlon of the Southern I'acMc terminals
und the Improvements being mad-) thereon
in the Wstetn purl of the city was made
ynd .Mr. Iluutlnjtou express.-l himself as
well pleased with the progress i the re.
turn from the terminals the party Indulged
in a drive about the city.
TliK evening Mr Huntington was seen
ntient the st'.ry publlsh'U tils morning In
th New York Journal and Advertiser,
which stated that "within a very short lima
th Southern I'aclfic Companv win o;rut
Its Morgan line of steamships from New
York to Halveiton Instead of from New
York to New Orleans." I'relden: Hunting
ton was asked what truth there was In thlj
statement. He emphaib all re, 1 ed "Tlio
Is absolutely no truth In tl.e Journal's
statement I have no Idea of withdrawing
th Seuthern I'a.-lrlc Mminiri fron, tho
New Yoik and New Orleans trade We
expect te devilop surh u olume of trallle
l th" Southern paiitle ai.d l's tributary
lines to in-lively maintain a line of steam
ers li-linxn New 'rbar..s and Ne.v V. rk
und i;.ilve.:n -nd New York thn-urliout
the entire ear V. e i.-rl.iitilj have n b,.
temlon or nlthdruwln; our stejinetM from
To-night Mr. Huntington was the guest
of 'ion. r at Ihe annual baMpiet of , t;.tl--st,,t,
Chainlier of Coinniene. and i- poi-i-d
to lh toast "l ir New Allv. the S..uth
rn I'a. I Hi ' To-morrow he and hi- siriv
will r.nvv 'h.p ..iimy to S..11 Kiaticl.o.
.11 WIMI "I IIA'li: l,W.
Three nlt llrooglil lt Hie Attorney
(irnerul in XrlirnsUa.
Lln.oln. Neb.. March lt Attorney Gen
eral Smith to-day began stilt against threo
Nebraska railroad compani- s f.,r damages.
irsregatlr.g S77'..'1. Su.ts are llicd In tho !
I !st nt c.urts of thne eountl-s. In i-olfax '
lor J-:ii.. attaliirt to- l'n.,tn I'a.-llli . In
Sal'tic lor !.-!. agdn-.t the .;:s.,,lr i',,
eilie. und in Tiiaier for JlJi.i"! against Hie
Jto. k !sta!.d The damages ,. nIJlMji nr
Jsiialtl.-s. nhMi. the Attorn.) General
si are due for iillcgcd vlolitlor of the
Nebraska maximum rale law The suits
are entirelv s-par:ite from those now pend
ing in the .Supr. iiiea-.,urt agall.-t the saino I
roads. Tho exi-eutlon is rem.1rk.1bb la I
view of the f.i.-t that the I'nlttd States
Court held that the maximum rate was un-
Attoriii-v (.r.ernl Smllh c.r.ten ifc th.t .i.A
uectsion bouts gooI only in tar ns It.o ' ,
!Te.ts thu s.-hclule rate- t,.d by the law. I ' ? ,
fcnd that the piine pb s of tli- Ugisiatur-'s I"" oliui
riiaeiiiit-ni is operative rue Supt-itie ;mit.
It Is malntaliKd. d" lured that c. rtaln
cliedul.s vere 11nr.am.11.1blv ..w. but rtrl
,h,..rv.r:' .ve ': -.1 'X.?,- -j
surptl.etorallrja.lati ,rn. nl... rrg tr..d
th- Sup .ii..-- Court .lecsi'iti a s.tiltt.g ih,.
ll. ie oil' -
of lu.ivlinum ir-ight rales
III this Stat-.
to sin ron m:vv iumii;i:.
Hes Mnlne Miiek ".-trds Mli-ur ia.
erlioliiullon l- the Unci. Island.
iNfi Moines a . Mnn-h 1C. -Judge K. M.
C-irr has Uen r-tair.ed by tin- Ivs Moines
I'nion Siock Vat.K Csmjianv to tiring win
for VA damage against the Rock Island
Rallr.iad Ci.nili.iny. Tin- claim is made IhiJ
! Ibs-k Islan i. it. common w-th olh. r e. si
and w.st Hunk lire-, having Ix-s .M.hi.-.i
ci.nn.cllon. Is ref.is.ng I., ais-.pt .on-san-tm
tits of live t...-k tor th- l- Mol-leS
ards. thus injuring their business The
lbs k .l ii.d and oth.r toads hum the -ts-k
y.inl i-omiian Is dlvcrtt.ig ltv stin-k to St.
1 ui-. thus taking the Ion,; naul i. Cnn-.ig.i
f r, m 'he ..ii an. w.-si lines. t y, ,,.,
i!.i-g.sl thai tiio Wal.i-h li.ts b..n eu
al .... to sm ute the tratlte for St. laiuls by
tnal.ing mht conis-s.s'..,ii
It. .x: O. Genernl Inspection.
It feems that :t general l.ispe, i ion of tho
Il.ilIlmo.-t- and Ohio K.iill.uiil is u-tng mado
In oetall. The ii.sscllon ill the Valley and
the J- a; W i.- in liivb.cn-it .o olher'w-ork
i f the tame kind that is btmg done all
over the ejut-m. The news ivinu-. from
hii.n.11 that an Ira-Jos tion of iluil division
f th- piad bus b.-r. madr. and that tho
oZhclxis give out thai a Mtoitd ir.ck will
iv laid ..vir the entire divtstoii.
In audition to this. Improve. r..i..s will bo
made In Ihe faiillt!--" vf Ihe :oel, and ev
erv thing will bi don. to put it on a par
With tne other tirst-.-Iass rotds. It b not
cui.temi :au-l thai this work of double
traiklng will U- f.irtii.-l to the Chh. igo
div- sion alone, but wh, r. v.r lb- busjn -s ;s
lo anv K.i.- , t",tte.l - is l!teK 1., 1m th...
luteiiMon is to ut 111 a s.enn.i traik. Th:s
is also a kin ci iu si I., m.- n improv
mint ivtiich the
the .-"" iv.
ollI.-Lils had in l-ilr 1 wh-u
svt aside Tur jn ritun. :tt
To llestrnlii I'ltelibiir I.ense.
Itoston. Ma-s . Mar. h li. - . s.,.-3,,1
Webb u ml George W. I'hillpiis of Vermont,
as holders of t.sk in the Kllchburg Rail
road, have brought a bill In ruil In tho
I'nllisl States Cli.-uit Courl otaln-t the
Uoston ami Maim- and the Kin hi. org rail
roads, together with Governor W. Muriuy
Cnitn. Lieutenant Guv.rnor John I- lilies
and lelivard II. IIr.idfor.1. Tnasunr of lhu
Coninioiivieaith. to restrain the execution
of the prists,sl Iras. i.i tin Klti 'ibur
lta.lr.nd t th-- Cosi.ui ai.d Maine, and to
re. train the voting of the .!. sluir. s of
.siiuii.ou stiv. k held by the Comnioiiwiallll
for en- h j.urjsise
I'nld Hie !.-.,MII l'lne.
Austin. Tex . March Ii The suit against
the Texaikaiia and Kort Siniili Ita.-lro.id
for forfeiture of charter for not in.iltitaiti
Ing general olli-is In this State Was dis
missed to-day u.on the p:l vm.nl (( a.io)
tin.- and jromlsi-s to Imim-Ilateiv move tl.o
gtneral ollii.s ltaek Into lhu Mate.
To Mull- nil Inspei-llon.
ItKI'I'lllaC SI'la IAI.
Galviston. Tex. Man-h 1'V Aldar.- I.
Walk. r. liatrinan of tie- Cxis utlve llo-trd
of th- At.hlson. Tojs-ka aril Santa IV ar
riv.sl Ibis morning and to-morrow, in eoin
jiat.v with Herat Mur-ig.r I'olk of the
Jinf. Colorado und Santa Ke. will make a
fhuiough l.-isjKs-tl.in of the latter line.
I'ersonnl nnd Current .Vote-.
-C M. Slirpard. general jns?nger agent
of the Mobile and Ohio, was hero yester
day. Frank L. Harris, general ngent or the
Mobile and Ohio, has r-turnid to hcad
luarters. Th Orion of the Hollander Line Is
looked to sail from New York to Mobile,
about March II.
P. A. Hill, general pnscnger agent of
tho Hot Springs Rallvva. was at Iron
Mountain headquarters yesterday.
Andrew Hclstcr. manager of the Pull
man car shoj.?. Is repot t.d to l -eriou-ly
ill at his hum-. No. SU3 Park avtuuo.
-The Itlg Kour ticket ulllr in I'eorit.
:il . has U-cn moved from No. I Ponth
Adams Btrcet to .No. I-a south Adams
The American Railway r.ngftiecrlr.g and
Malnt'nanre of Way Association clo-ed its
eeetlng at Chicago by r-elts ting all the,
-.Id iilllrers. At night a ban-put was given
at the Victoria Hotel.
- There will he turned out of the Pullman
"orr.pany for tho Chesapeake and Ohio
i.wd, about tho first of Juno next four
-oaches 73 feet In length and four combina
tion cars CS feet In length.
The Illicnls Central. Wabash and Alton
roads have agreed on n rate of Ji; for the
round trlj from Chicago lo St. te.tits for
parties of more than Ihirtv on party tick
ets reading Chicago to Florence. Ala., and
becoming effective Ajirll 1
Another valuable addition to railroad
literature has jut been Isiied by the pas
seneer department of the New York Cen
tral and Hudson River Railroad. It !.- No.
3 of the "Four-Truck Series," entitled
'America's Winter Resorts." and its con-.-ejulon
and execution are In keeping with
'h high standard which marks these j.ub
. II. Spi-crs has been elected secretary
f the Association of Passenger Agents of
Western Railroads. He will continue to
h. Id the jsiiition of chief lerk ur the West
ern Pasis-niter Association It Is jiro.e.ed
o give him charge of the Issuance- of all
ii kets on account of charity over nil r -ads,
to make rates for contract lalior tiartl and
o ds He whether the railroads shall adver-i--e
In theatrical programmes, "souvenir"
oiogrammes. and similar publications.
-President Ingallsof the Itlg Four Is ejUOt
ed by th" Indtanajioli. J..urn:il as laying
'hat the Rig Four Companv now his mom-v
noiigh on hand to i.iy the dividend nr tlie
-irferr.'d s'.x k to the end -'f tr.. i-iimpruij's
firil vear June Si. and leave an amount
s.ua I t.. ". per cnt on the c mmon lo k.
The fun-led debt of the .s.mpany and the
rr-nt Mis for the tr, -'h. Mr ln-als
-a are the only debts t'le copipany has.
'Ie also said that the road was taking only
freight that paid tariff and was lettlne;
competitors do the unprofitablo business.
TO BE BADLY MIXED,
Primaries Called to Choo-o Ropre-
M'lila lives I" Slate and
ZIEGENHEIN MEN CONTROL
Much Hoes On That Kerens Men
Know Nothing Of Some Sharp
I'lans Ma tor's I'ailme 10
Call Spe ial Elet'tioiis.
Republicans sm to be getting things
pretty badlv inlxeil up In this vity. and a
goil in. 1 1; i.f lb. in would like to know Just
where they .n be-ate.1 After two or threu
sei-ret coiif. n-m-es. a major II v .f tie- City
Comn.itt.,- laid a tn.stlng ) : -d..y and
call, d rim.-irn s for the i-. turn of . I. gab-x
to the Stale ami lietegale eoi.v. nti.-ns for
March 3). It Is said ilther lit"-n or slx
li.ii menila rs of the eummit-.e wire pi.:
ent and tliat they are the Zn-genheip. mem
bers Thre has evidently been a good le.-il going
on biw-n the Zligenliela m. ml-rs of tho
committee that the Ki reus in. u l;:i-u noth
ing aliout. Tl.e sup.-ii.-is of the Utter havo
been arous.d. but it is not hk Iv thy will
have niu-b lo s... Jut now Colonel Ker
ens needs the .Mayor and tin- Ci Hal! gang
to help him n.i!..ip-i the St-ite :: 1 Helegato
conventions and tue I'l.rnn-j-i ,nal cont 1
tlon 1 to be h'ld In the i:i. vi-.lh and Twelfth
It I- mill the Zteger.hrln membrs of the,
committee have determined to work through
a scheme tu elect a new committee nt the
primaries 10 lie hi 'd f-ir :h nomination of
ln,ai em il'date.. o- possibly lu-fi,re this, if
tliev rieem an earlier date necessary.
The Kerens men do nut see anv neresslty
f..r .l.ctlnc a i.-w city c. nmltte nt the
primaries ih.s .ar. but think that matter
should be d-ferr..! until th municipal
camiwlgr. It arix-ars n'tr all that the
working n pretty i-brewl game
lull I Ker.lis. Just now tl-e lutlee 1.4
'" "" I"
in no position to cause the M iyor any
t'oubb-. Knowing this, the ei.ii.-!tu.lon is
j drawn that the Map.r considers the pres
! ---, -: '- -
'T'" '"- " " submit t . h-s wt-hes ir
' '"' ,,:,,,,:- of .!..-ting n t.ew City Conitnlt-
tis; mo year In idv.mee.
An examination of the of3. (nl call for
Ihe Republican State nnd Delegate conven
tions to be held ut Kansas City May K
fchons that eaih wanl ! to act IntSe-je-nd-ntl
of nil others In the ye,.,.fon of
Its delegates. In other words, e ich ward
In St. laiuU and Kar.-as I'ltv Is to exercls
exactly tht: same lie.. ja-;..b-n. e In . lectleg
Its dfliries as a i-oimty. Ilutnly this
oovl-i-is the nei-ieit for a general rtj
prin.ary called for uili larjie,.e. although
It ws pre-utned by the Kerens men that
the City i- mn.l-t- w t-.-l txer.-ie Its
fun. tlons in flxir-it the dat.j f..r the wards
to m. et and ei .-t delegates.
lien- the .-all ope .i-l.gare Is allowed
for a-h S votes east f.ir Jt..ge Cll.keln
burg :n 1".S and one for eaeh frariion cf
1 ai:.I oier Trs gives St. laiui. ! .I.ie.
gat-., divnle.1 i.moin; the wards as f- How-;
Urat. :. .se,,.nl. Third. -I. I'ourth. I;
Tiflh. 6. Sixth. 7. Feventli. S; night h. T:
Ninth. 9. Tenth. S. Kbventh, 7; Twelfth,
10. T!.ln.enlh. s. retitteenth. 5: Fifteenth.
C. Stxieei.th. 1; Sev tittenth. . Klghtcenth.
. Nlni-t.enih. . Twentieth. : Tw.mv
Ilrxt. S. Twiety-sijcend. 5; Twenty-third "j-Twentv-f.iurth.
: Twer.ty-flfth. 7. Tweniv
Mxth. 7. Twiiitv-sevcuth. 6; Twetit-eiht"h,
It vva-S assumed bv tbi. Kerens reee. ees.
tinbiy that Mayiir ZlegiMhein Intended 'o I
-omn:i pee, f.irtl'rlng himself at onen ;
ng-ainst a s.irprl-e In the munbipal eam
Isilun. Hack- I 1 a r.-w cite Comml't--
C-'mtHereil ,, iuse,v of ni ..f -.1 ow-i
l.l. kn it Is .. v f ...,.r...-i.. t.. . i.
cjiiiid pat up u niiieb U-tter tight than w'th
ne present on. j o.t.o.sled he o.s.v
luts two majority with th- present ,-oni-tni'.tee.
and for a pollin-htn whc-e f -rtiin
seitns to U- rapidly waning, this la t.ut a
V. i reliable grip
it Is th.. isrt.1 the Mayor's adv-ls-rs t-nv
told him of the dat.c-e f trusting t -e
e..7-..is m. ii arier !-.. v nre throm-h ri.
j ji'n. and ihe city Hall rang, and Oat h-
had Letter crowd them ! the wall while h.'
j-i ii.i-. rs.vvcr. 111..1 ..mi-..; -.hem to
strengthen his hold upon the commltto.-.
Another tMng worry lt:i- a good many of
the Rciuibll-nn tavlltb-l.-ins who do not
jssscss the Mayor's ismtldence. . t,. kn.w
why be d.-Livs . ailing -jiecial !e-ti'n- ii
the Fifle. nth and rwentv-ilfi. nnni. i..
, till vi.-ar.-les in tbe liou'eof Ielegates. On
mis .uijei-( iue my i narter "ays
"Wh nev.r a v.-e-'ancy wcr.. frrm any
exuse. In the olllee of nnj memlvr ..f 'he
Assembly, th Mayor, ujion Information
Hereof, shall, by priH-'at-ation. order an
election to till surh v iea-.-y f r the rn.ex
j.lre.l t-rm t"ier.sif if the same ex. i d Hire
months, to be h M upon s.,r.e ,lv nam. d
in mi. n oriier. n-.: i. s tn.-in -vv ntv-
more itian thtrtv ibiys next after
th- iinx ttrnattun "
M.iloti I lix. Rev-I.ei! Ordlnane-M. Pi
"A v leamv m-eurrlng In an el, ,-tv.. ..t(I,-.
more than six rron'hs lief re th . -.'ration
of the term thereof, shall h.- fillisl bv a s-e-rlal
ai.-tl,iti which -hall be lmmejlately
onbivil bv the Mayor."
It has h-sii several month" Slice IV'e.
gnte John A. King of the Fifteenth War.!
ill'-d. Ivlegale Gtorge ra-z of tte Twentv
lifth W irl rtle.1 more reis-ntly. Tne Mavr
has long snr- known of thise vn -inel s.
but he has n -t evlneid anv .!l-;-.s!io i fo
-all st-slal elections. Althoush the Cli irt r
romr md- him tu do so. and the , H i.ti
raniesi sirs he shall order "rurli ele.-tl.m-.
immt'iiate . u ...-iii nr jn..s .
t .k- '!- Onii. ."; I tb- r.sbb :it ,,( i.,.
r pres. nt. , unrds ir the liouse of
ll" I -
g it, m p.-ot-si -ill th. .
wii.li tiin rni tv rn;irr.
Illinois Itepnbltcans llngasred In Hit
Marlon. III.. March 15. The fight among
tho Williamson County Republicans over
the candidates for Governor and State Sen
ator If the fiercest ever en-iged In here by
nny political artv The friends of Reev-en
nnd Yates have, during the past thrre dajs.
l.ccn trvtr.g to unite the forces and
cast their combined vte-s fo- ai.s, nnd
then lit the County Convention next Mon
day divide the delegates to the Stat- Con
vention. Hut the Hnncey following doesn't know so
w-.-ll alemt this and is sMd hard at work.
w"h great In pes or carrvtr.g the countj-.
"oloiiel Clokcy of Krratur and a half
duz n nv n from Chicago are hire turning
vrrythlng in their jiovver t- Hanis v and
Tanm r. Thev an- using money without
stint and not without same j.rosjns t of su -cess.
Their Held ..f libor has ben mostly
nmonu lb. l.V.i miners of this routitv The
rue Istuis-n Rurnctt and Pi-ebbs, the two
seraii.-ria! inndlilaiio. Is ls-ing run f-.r ail
he-re Is in iglil. i;.i.Ile In largo rpiautltlci
his l,.!i showing lis effes-fs in this light.
The fib mis of laith nun . lalm the county.
Of every deserijitinn m-ide to order bv Raw
lings Sjiortlng Goods Co. CM Locust 31.
II ecL man Oarlx.
.Marshall. Mo. M-irch. 3.: Miss tueleka
Iiavis and Mr Wil'.lai l Hce.kin.in of Nel
son were married to-day by the Itevereiid
iKb-ssi. Mo.. March K Mr. O. Wonford
of I.'itb-r. Mi. . and Mr. Jenny Proctor of
this city were married to-day.
Visitor nt Hut prlnir;s.
Ib t Spring". Atk . March 11 Among the
visitors who ec.! -lered te-lav at Merm-.il .t
Ja.vard's Hot Springs Rranch were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. I. Rlauk. Miss Neilie Anheus-r.
Mr Jonn S. Mittichi sti r. St. Louis. Mr.
John K. I'hase. arictisburg. Mo.; Mrs. C.
J Rolling, r ai.d Mis. F. M. Ntl'on. tln
(innafi. .. Mrs. !. A. Gunn. Mrs. F. Camp
liell. d-i"agt. Mrs. 17. Percy. ToKdu. O.:
Mr. A. II. Cook. Austin. Tex.
(lime lo Oct . I. Thouipirun.
Ri l-i ..! -.si-Li-IAl.
M.rshil It F. S.-e of ihe Supreme Court
left J rf rs. n it ye-'ir-Iay for Chlc-igo
witu . .( .i iMun f-r A I Tliomie-e. ,
wh s, s. r'twi of two jcts In the pcni-Icutlar-
f r c mliezzlemcnt in SL Louis has
been affirmed by the Supreme Court,
Thumnsem l under arrest In Chtcaco.
VITALITY AND STURDY GROWTH
DEMAND NERVE ENERGY AND
PURE, RICH, NOURISHING BLOOD.
The Household Medicine.
J. C. Dunn,
"I owe you a great debt for the good PainVs Celery Com
pound has done :uy bal)3 I103 and myself. About a 3'ear ago
his face broke out in sores. We had two of the best doctors
attend him, but the sores kept on spreading. Finally we tried
Paint's Celery Compound, and one bottle cured him of a bad
case of eczema. I am using the Compound now for nervous
ness and it is doing wonders for me."
Faine's Celery Compound gives strength; re
lieves the body from sufferingand exhaustion.
EXTENSION AGREED UPON.
Additional Time to Ratify Keci
Wn-'ihligton. March K Fecretary Hay
nnd Iard I"aucefote to-day at the Stat I)e-jiartm.-nt
signed prutis-ols fxteiwlng tho
time ullowed for the raiitUatlon of the recl
j.rocity treaties between the l'nlte.1 States
mid the Rrltlsh West m lies of Jnmitic.i.
Turks aud Calcos. Rermudaand the Urttish
color y of (.uliin.1.
Thr jirotot.il jrovide- that th- ratinca
tions shll take jda.v as sinin as possible
or within tvvtlvti months at th- utmo-t.
Tl. i-i- tr- atleo are r.'.vv t nding liefer.- the
Sm.-in behind the French r.i j.-mclty treaty.
and tne i-ri.-: aiioweii lor tneir r itiiicaiion
would expiie in the ordiriarv . oirse ab-.tit
the end of ihe je-reent month. ISti Ihe ex
titisl.'n die-s not n-.'.-n thai the Stele 1m-irtm.-nt
bus ahm-lomd th- 1 1. a of se
curing action ujxm the trcit.is at tin- pres
ent s.slii of Congress, bit simply mark.i
a pr. . .uiion ti.ki i to gua-d against ur.-
NEW PERSIAN MINISTER.
Post Vacated Ten Years Ago to
Washington. March IS. The State Depart
ment has been notlllcd that the Persian
Government Is about to send a Minister to
Washington. For ten scars this post has
been vacant, the Incumbent leaving in dud
geon over the merciless ridicule heaped on
him by tho American paragraphers on ac
count ut his tjuetr name Hadji Hassan
Gooll Khan, with half a dtMcn additional
The department has not been rotlfied In
advance of the mime of the new Minister.
A.I transfer points, owl-car llm.-tables
and routes of all street .nil roads given In
The Republic's book ef "Street Car Facts."
Get one fn o at Rejiubllv. Olhce. Seventh and
stolen Goods in n Molrn Wagon.
ITarly Thursday morning a iiuinfly of
Fi.n roe-ls carried in a stolen peddler
wagon was secured on tfce Drumnv nd farm,
on.- nub south of old Orchard. Two men
were ittempt'ng to escape with the Vrr.
but th-.' pa-egress wus Int. rrupled by a
high wire gate John Collins, wlto oceu-
pics the unimnmnd farm, was foil wing ihe
men and ther were forced to ntvmdim 7heir
Clur.der. It la sucpesisd the cloihes. or
Tarentum, Pa., writes:
which there wre fifty coat, forty-eight
pairs of iri.ns-.rs and forty-live ve-ts. wer
tl-i.vin bv a r ufedcrate from a Friseit
freight train ut Old Or. h-inl. Parties at N.
141S North Kiwhth sf.-et yesterday adver
tised tho hor?: nnd v. agon as stolen.
If rott haven't an owl-car time-table,
get one to-day Free on ajipllcatjon nt Re
public Olllee. Seventh and Olive streets.
Ooctor .1. IV. .McDonald.
Jackson. T--nii.. March 16. Doctor J. W.
McDonald. Assistant Surgeon of th lafn
Fourth Tennessee Regiment and an eminent
young physician, died here, this afternoon
of pneumonia, aged 31 year?. He was with
his regiment In Cuba, several mont!i3 and
until mustered out nliout a year agu.
Normal. Ill . March R Jeremiah Dwyer
aged Se years, died to-day.
leaves the lungs weak and
opens the door tor the germs
of Consumption. Don't
wait until they get in, and
you begin to cough. Ciose
the door at once by healing
makes the lungs germ-
proof; it heals the inflam-Jr
mation and closes the doors-;".
It builds up and strengthenH
.1 - . Janrt-
lui; c lure svsrem vi.
j - it
I i-nnrler..1 ee.7J:...
SCOTT & BOWN& Chtmi.u,New Y