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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, 2,LI?rTT 30. 1000.
TO BE HARD FOUGHT
Dilier Contest Expeeted between
the Ziegenhein and Anti-Administration
FEELING HIGH IN SOME WARDS.
In the Twenty-Second, Wheie Kil-
ley Lives, 0. R. (.raves Oppos.es
the Cit.v Ilall Delegation
The fjght between tho Ziegenhein and anti-administration
forces at tho IJcpublic-m
primary election to be held to-elay proni'ces
to be particularlv bitter In tea of the wards.
Feeling between the partisans of the se
tral factions cor.lca.tiiu; for supremut y in
the coming strugfele has risen high. ui.d m
a number of the wardsj where there ate
several delegations, tho outlook is for cx.e-11-Ing
scenes, about the polling places.
This is particularly true of the Third.
1'ourth. fifth. Eighteenth. Nineteenth.
Twentieth. Twerty -second and Twenty
eighth wards. The leaiers of the oppoi'g
factions in these wards arc using every
energy to defeat and diseorr.Iit their oppon
ents, and somo hut wjrk 13 expected.
Charges are openly made by the leaders of
the delegations in these wards that their op
ponents nae engag.-d th- scnlus of wrll
Known political "Indiai s" to assist in de
feating the wishes of honest voters
The antl-Ziegcnhein leaders have thri-U-en'd
to make matters exceedingly unpleas
ant for repeaters, and a btroni lorco of
policemen will be posted at the polling
places -where trouble is most expected.
In the Third Ward John C. Ueasi k. Jr..
and A. M. Truesdale are competing for fu
prcmecy. Truesdale is rniplojed in tho
License Commissioner's oflhc. and aspires
to the office of Central Conimltte-cniin.
Trucsdale has the "gang" behind him ..ud
will probably defeat Biensiek.
In the Fourth Ward tho light is between
Horace Beedle. backed by II nry West, r
man and the Merchants' league Club, and
Giia Filley, Chief Deputy Itreordir. Bee-lie's
delegation, it is said, will win easily.
One of the bitterest tights will develop
in the Fifth Ward, between Chris Schawack
cr and Joseph ec-buler, who ate sworn politi
cal and personal enemies. Kchawaeke-rhelp d
defeat Shulcr w.iei in: latter made the ro c
for the nomination for the House of L le
gates two years ago. and SchuKr is after
revenge, fcchulcr declares that the Demo
crats are openly enlisted in Schawacker s
behalf, but he expects to ouramo tl'.a
handicap with th assistance of tho voters
who zre tired of Schawackcr';! le.ssism.
In the fourteenth V.ird J. K. Mi.rrell of
the House of Delegates. anti-Zicgem.-in
candidate. Is opposed by W. II. ClarKon.
Assistant Street sprinkling Inspector, ilur
rell is said to have the best irospecv.
William Hahn. Recoider of Deeds. assisU-1
bv Henry Bus. w1.l have . hard struggle :u
tho Eighteenth Ward to defeat the opposi
tion, represented by William F. Roewer an I
Otis 5s5lnghaus an cmplcic ef the As
sessor's office. Rorwer wants to be Ccnttal
Committeeman in HahD's p.acc.
Another fler-e tight is expected in tho
Nineteenth Ward. Louis tchajrkoetter.
former committeeman, and Julius L2hrnari,
represent the "anils." Ziegenhein' candi
date is Committeeman Sara Stannard. Sch.:
perkoetter Is very popuiai in me ward, an-1
with Lehmann's pr-ictical political general
ship is expected to carry the day.
There are four delegations' in th" Twen
tieth Ward, chanipimu-d respectlvelv by
iJcorgc Schafor. C. U. Brunk and Wil'Iani
'..rassmuck. Brunk Is exT.ectt.1 tu overcome
all opposition with little trojbic-
In the Twenty -second Ward. Fillet 's homo,
one of the hottest tights of the clclloii '
expected. Charles It. Graves, clerk of the
Council, and Charles Wtggins are baek of
the anti-Zlcgenhcin delegation. Nathan
Prank. George C. K. Wagoner and IL C.
Orenner arc working tooth and nail to de
feat Killcy's representatives in tills ward.
The- Graves delegaUoa is "touted" to win
here. . . , . .
Beverly Sturgeon, in the Twcntv-eighih
Ward, is making the light of his lite t -c-tain
his seat as. comcntti email and defeat
tho delegations backed by Iyiuis 1". Aloe.
Sam Mversxm and Colonel Charles Holt-e-amp.
"Sturgeon was turned down at hu
own meeting two week.-, ago. which vv.i.s
.-aptured by Aloe and Mycrson. Mvcrson
ovets the committeeman'!" seat.
At the request of Kcpublican leader !n
wards In which It Is claimed the repeaters
are to be ued. Secrotary Hoblltzelie- of the
Board of Eltctlon Commt'--.unir. calls the
attention of voters to the provisions of th
primary election law. which prohibits ot-ra
from participating in the primaries of mars
than one party, under severe iwnaltles.
The delegations electc-tl to-day will select
tho members of the Central Committee from
X 23 Years' X
EXPERIENCE IW FI.E
HALL & CARROLL,
onr thu- services as Adjurtfrs for Use rort.
Wlr Bey reputabl hous in fct. Iiutu as tti ihir
character and ability. Ktnlort asd fll 'fhoncs.
Iconic dlttanc -phono ilaJn m. Aaaress
ST. LOUIS, MO.
SEN BARNETT g GO.,
607 PIME STREET.
Money to Iioan
ON PERSONAL PROPERTY.
UNREDEEMED PLEOQES FOR SALE. Uuslneis
9I2-9U FMcklln Ave.
We ere now eleslnjr ut our stock of me-Uun3-'ielit
clothlns. blth new and Keonl
hanl. Id order to make room tor our new
(prisg stock. Paaw. Jl up. roam aid
vests. $2.50 up. overccats. SI 0 up Money
loaned on all articles of value, lowest rat
of Interest T. Dunn Loan & Mercantile d
Allre n M
tA or eo f ee. sn.1 "e xa ini I ftr ttootlet lr M. eT
Basah. SptcsllJt. Holland M-lc 31t.nb.t.Loiu.Ma.
THS Republic Is printed vtlh rollers made by
C V. CRUTSINGEIt. No. 18 N. Second rt.
Free TRIAL Bottle
AT FROST-JOHNSON'S. E1S OMVE ST.
Tel.ilainjMor.e bavcii. I IS
IMS. KEven-bere. I E
ut Hate 1 1
110 N Brradwar
1S3 Market Ft.
TVarts. Scarn. Tattoo and Birth
marks, Superfluous Hairs. tc. per
manently removcA Vee LEI'IUUS
for thp- coniDlexIon. Pnone A 456.
J, WCHRLT. M. D.. 609 Chemical liWff.
J. F. PARISH
THE people tvIII save themse-lv cs much
lime, shoe leather, weary steps, temper
and gold, who seek no further than Cravv
tord's for their Roods!! Every citizen knows
It has by far and away the most complete
Mock of Dry Goods, etc.. In the city!!
$12150 round trip Paris Exposition, inciud
Ins one week's hotel accommodations, ilax
ii-huhach. General Agent Beaver Line. 110
NO household should bo without Dr. ie
tuet'M Aafostura Biucra.
The hat that has made the "Humphrey
Exclusive hat Icrs charge you $3.00 for
no belter value,
first shipment just opened
One hundred styles!
Every hat guaranteed to be invtrt $-1.00.
But $1.90 Is the Price
Sec our Window.
F. W. HUMPHREY
Hactett, Carlurt Sz. Co.'s
thoir respective ward- Nfir'v all U"e pres
ent incumbents are candidates for rc-elee-lion.
i iiiK Tiiiii'ii:i:vru DivrmcT.
I'roope-et of a Lively Ci!itrt ut the
News from the Thirteoniii Coiiirov.on il
District indicates a InW Democratic con
t.f at tho primaries. Those ldeiililleJ with
the opposition to tVngrtSsman Kohb. who
is a candidate to rueceed himself, elaim to
ft el uj.i;ritid because h- influimt Clio
ngrcsOII,,i CommiiKo 10 e ill primaric-i,
liisttatl or eounty e"i!Vr:)tum-., Jo shet de.o-ati-s
to the C'.gresiinal Convention. They
IikIiI that llr. ltobb rfortil to this tu.v
mint in oruir to head off a uember of
prospective cardMates, vho are to iour in
pur.-e to bear their pro rata of til- exptn
of a primary They stain th n a prnni-y
lannot bu held for li-a tl.au J) a m:i.t-.
and that, as th-r- .tie tifteen inumu i a
the district, it will .est ail C ..."". an 1.
conse(Ueiilly. N- a sev--r. ta on all wh
sc- k the nominalicn Tli- v ar. m ikn.i; a
desperate e-ffort to hai- the ".ngres-i. 11.1l
'm-nittce roonveiud for the j. unwse "f
e Hanging the plan of UTion bitk li th
old way of count Illas- UK-Ullis. null a
free-for-all ra - Faiiinc in thi-. i'.r. It-'lil"
Inlf dozen opponents threaten ! .! i"
gethcr. and. withdrawing from the ra .
induce some one whi has tne :iua!i.i to
taki- the Urlil again! him
Mr. Itc-bb's friends claim that there is no
fairer way of making tne nomination than
bv a direct voto of the p-vph at a primar. .
that all they want is a tair and full ---piessloii
from the D. muerats of the distriet.
that as to the cost. It will lc much los th in
estimated, as in a number of oun;i:s
judgrs and elerks will serve for little or
Mining, and that t'ie arrav- of anutdalr"
fr.tm diff-Tent eountus t.nuld indtrat tli it
a ileal was a!roaiv formed to tij to it- -fal
the will ef l-pl- by cand..at-s run
mi g .- stalking horses in order t . earry
their re-sin-etive eoun'.i. -. and thin withdraw
at the- convention in the Intel-t of u can
riid.itc who could never bu nominated bv
for Hie people.
. far llr ll'jl.b's opwjnents are: Shook
of Hftannon, Hunger of Wa.vne. Itjrks of St.
1". and.-, and prabablv Edward B. in of J f
tirsm County Sev ral oth. r c ntb tin n are
tnentijr.--d as os-ib'e ia:iiiJat--. ineluding
Judge Uretii of le SMo. but th- I iti r. it
Is i-.ii.l. wou'l oflv ent-r tl - i st on t'i
withdrawal f .dl other ou-ii- uts to i'oii
FIELD CLEAR I'Olt .11 111. E I.A.MI'.
".Mtlnlrnnnl uf Jnilsi- ;lnn I.ortve
I'nur L'nuiiidntc I iinppiiscil.
With the uithdrav.ul uf Jude Noah M
Givau Ironi the rae tor tlic Democratic
r.omimtiun fur Supreme Judge, the field is
left clear for Jude Gumt. who will cuw
t,niuetionabiy a-e-eel lilmtelf. A- a re
u!t of litis action upon the iirt of Judsn
ilivau, there ar-- four Mai. andidat.-a
wilhjit ite!ton. lumi'Ij. I-ki ry. riiolt.
"row nnil Jvdpc G.tntt The nljlla eonven
tion. wnlen wa i-alle-d for the tmnunaUnn
ef a Suur. me Juae. will now lie .1 i-uno
.iJT.-nr. is i.i- t-olo tut will 1- to formally
nominate Jud Gaiut. which will, of course,
be done hv ui-clamat!on Wen- it not that
the l.it I. sis-'ature .naete-d a law n.iuir
lns judicial nominations to le made b
Meeial touvintlon-. ctllel for that pnr
po.so jIoi;.-. it is more than probable tluit
the Se-lalia e-otivtnUcn would be de-cl.irt-1
off. and ihe Supreme Judge nomlnatii! l
either th ICinia3 City or JefTersoti City
WCSTCllX Al'IM:!.!! i: IllM'KICT.
bplrilcd Content for Jnilse oT the
Kaunai City Court.
Tho contest in the Western Court of Ap
peals District for tile Demjcnitic nomina
tion for Judge of the Kansas City court i3
reported to be a spirited one. Tho In
cumbent, Judge W V. Weill, who 1 a
cndiuate for re-eieelioti. Is tipiKsed fur the
nomination by Judge II C. Timmons of
liariou ("ouni, now serving .1 term on th
Circuit bcneli. Judge Uruaddu- of Chillt
eotlii. Ji.ko Chap. Crewliv of Chariton
"ounty and Judce ILe-hard I'le-ld of I-i-fj-
;tc Count. Tin- last luratj is a
bn thi-r of Judse Held or KenlucKv, who
re-eently dc-e-iued a(,.mil Taj lor Twelvo
veur ago both br'iit.eri Kan their Judi
cal career"!, one UinK ele-et-d liriult Juao
in Keiiturky and the other in Missouri.
E. E. Bean, editor of the- Nevada Mail,
slated that if Judge Timmons should bo
successful Vernon County would have a
candidato for tho circuit Judgeship In tho
person of James I). Johnson. Mr. lican re
ported his congressional district quiet, with
no opposition to thy rcnomiuallon of Cuu
Ciifbt to He Held To-Morrorr and
Moailay Other Dates.
Twenty-one counties have held Demo
cratic conventions or primaries to elect del
egates to the various Democratic State con
ventions, and eight more will be held on
Saturday and Monday. The following is a
list of the counties in which conventions
have been called at the date stated.
Hickory. March 31. Howard, April 2;
Carter. April Id. Lincoln, Mav 7. Scotland.
April If. Sullivan. April 17, Vernon. April
11, Wright. May 2&. Cedar. June i. Saline.
April "; ISeynolds. May , Dade, April -.
Audrain, May 7. Bollinger. April H. Capo
Girardeau. April 7; Maries. April 4, Hay,
April i. Ilowe-ll. April 7, Boone, April r;
Caldwell. April Jl; Dunklin. April S. New
ton. April a: I'ulk. May a. Itipley. April
7, Holt. April 17; t-chujler, April ii; Moni
teau. April ZU. Harrison. April I. St. Clair,
April 7; I'cmlscot, April II. Carroll, April
lv, Morgan, April a).
TrcelftU Ward Meet I Die.
Democrats of the Twelfth Ward will hold
a meeting at their hall on Gravois avc.iurt
to-night. Harry ii. ilswcs, Ben Clark and
other speakers have been Invited to address
lucciUJlIUlcB of the Ue?a
Aro adjusted by properly fitting spectacles.
Dr. Bond espert optician, at Merraod Sz
Jaccard's. will examine your ejes free of
charge, and If jou need glossed will fit
both of your ejes accurately.
Ltalher a:ut rearl Opera Clatstt, $1J to tu.
Choctaw Indian Kills Ills Uncle.
Antlers, I. T.. Marcn IP. Thit marning"
Deputy United States Marsnal Emmltt
brought Winchester Townsend. a full-blood,
ed Choetaw Indian, down from Tallihina
and lodged him In Jail on a charge of mur
dering Willis Melton, his uncle. Ho en
ticed him Into the woods and shot him win
a Winchester rifle. 1.-1113 as his reason tl.at
his uncle was of 110 account, ar.d wouul
not work and make a living. He also 'nJ
he had been offered $00 to kill him. but
had been paid only tlO.
Taints, oil and glass. Barbour Hardware
PLANS TAKE SHAPE.
Coiiimittt'e Decides to fiivo the l.i-
nule on M;y ." ;uil Ask for
a Holhlav rrotlaiiiatioii.
TO PREPARE A SOUVENIR.
Jmii.-iiiou Is j:.iciitlc.! to Alum
Oftiiial.s ti I'.tt-iii-ipaie in St.
Tl-.e I v..utie Cnmmlttoe of tie iKwev-Kci-.
ptl i.i Committee held a mo-ting -.-t
rd.iy tlter.-ioon ir. tho Merrviitll,. Club-
roon. A Urge amount of routine business
w . tr-stisacitsj. nnd the d'-talls fvr the r-
' rrption of Admiial btuty weic wtujurd
ati. :ueh tatmhlr shape .id will i.abl tii-
; various e'.mmittees to form .1 .siinnr. h-n-
Iiive- plan I en tb- prcltmlnarv wotk in l.an-1.
Whsii the me-cttn; was called to order -at
4 o'efo-.; a eommunication s r-ad from
lV..tus J. W.icv. the- chairman, cpreslnj
. bU rcr. t at lib. inability to bo pretnt,
( and teuderm his n.slcuation as ehainnaii.
ortin t- prt-ssing biisinej, whlih would
tiquiro hU alsuce from the Itv for v-
r-il v. i. . The n .himtiun accepted,
j ai.d elinr.il John U. Nob!- was e! tel to
the pu.ition. General Noble) was not tin .
ml. an.! W II. Woehlward. vii-j chairman.
l.rcided at the ineeliliK. Thos present
were. Vajor Ziegenhein, o. L. Whitelsw.
Ellas Ml. ha-', Ilialiop Daa!e-I S. Tuttlc. Dee
tor W. W. Boyd. J. II Smith. 11. c, Tov.xi
nd. Edwaro lH.y, II. W. Stilnbb.
Geurge- JI. Morgan. J. 11. Terry. U.niel
i'Vons.e-11 Tra. Jlun.y Carleton, and 1.
Kejiorts w.ic reertved from the fhalrtr.cn
of the vanous committee?, all of whom
state-d that, considering the brief tirp" tiny
had b-jea at woik, the work in their le
spisutlve lines was ituircfi as favorably
Aa ojiild lK expeeted. Chairman ToWLs-nd
of the Ti:i.-i,rt:iUon Commlttic said tliat
tho rail'Xsid con-p.uiira were- preiand to
niai.o liberal cont-t.silotia. whieh wjulj al
tract a large number of visitors.
ie-crtary Juiues Cox read u largo num
ber of tcmii-.uuicatioiis. revel ved from so
elal, benevolent and buslnes-t orgauiz-illonj.
offering to participate in tho rece-ptloa. -V
number vt e-ivic organizations, having aj
adjuncts uclforme.1 soeietlcs of a seniimlll
tary charaeti r. volunteered to participate
in tho p-irade. These oiTcrs were uee-cpled
and referred to the Entertainment Commit,
Daniel O'Conncll Tracy suggested that
every timila' organization in tho city bo
invited to parltcijaatc in tho parade, und
that si'.ja be taken tu declaro a h.ilf or
i whole belidav on the day of tiiu parade, to
that workmen belonging to these organiza
tions ccuIJ Yiarticipno without friction vvi.h
their cmp.overs. The suggestion was .id-jpt.
"i. Il iu. decided tu ii.iv.) the iarade on
Saturday, tic tecond day of tho Admiral'
visit. A ccmniluec wa3 appointed to con
fer with tha Secretary of War, to obtain
consent for tho 1'ifth Cavalry to partlelpato
in uio parade.
A communication was received from Al
ton suggesting that when the Admiral ar
rived ut Alton ho bo received by the citi
zens there with uppruprlata ceremonies anj
h taken to St. Eouls by steamer. This
method. It was ioInted out, would atTurd
opportunity for a splendid naval parado and
would be an appropriata entry for tho
After extended discussion, it was decided
not te. adopt tl.o suggestion, as It would In
terfere seriously with tho Admiral's re3t.
The committee decided to allow tho Ad
miral an uninterrupted night'e rest after his
jv.urncy frvm Chicago, to prepare himself
for the fatigues of tho following two davs.
Tho Alton committee will be nvtirtcd tcJ'ttiii
effect, and Invited to participate in the
demonstration In this city.
Communications were received from tho
managers of the Planter. Southern and St.
Nicholas Hotel, offerlug tho hospita-ity of
the respective hostelrie-s to th! Admiral and
his party, and agreeing to furnish nil ac
commodations necessary, such as privato
npartments, reception-rooms, free of coi-t.
Tho offer of tho Planters Hotel was ac
cepted. It having been reecived first. Thank
w-re eiteiided the manners of tho other
two hotels for their kind tendcr-s.
Elia4 Michael suggested that an appro
priate souvenir of the Admiral's visit be
prepared ar.d presented. Mr. Michael w-a.
appointed chairman of a committee with full
power to act on this suggestion.
Mr. Lionbcrgcr, on behalf of the Country
Club and the University Club, extended the
hospitality of those clubs to tho committee
I for tho entertainment of the Admiral'
Th matter of having a banquet ball or
reception on the occasion of the sit was
referred to tho Entertainment Committee-,
as were also other minor suggestions.
it was the concensus of opinion among
thoso present that a great deal of e.irn. st
and active work must be done- immediafly
to lnsuro the success of the affair. The
question of raising the necessary money 's
of paramount Importance ut this time.
Each member was exhorted to constitute
himself a finance committee of one to .i.vsi-t
the resular Ilnance Committee in obtaining
a large subscription Messrs. Boyd. Town
tend and Morgan were appointed to draft
Ian apoeal to the public, to be published in
tbo local press, urging the citizens to rc
sjiond liberally to the subscription list.
Chairman Dovoy of tho Entertalsasct
ARE GIVING (ith -alca.
USEE.) EASIER NOVELTIES
Youthj,' and Rovs' Black and Tj:i
ami 2; to 3'.-
Youths and Boy' Black Yici, with I'ATKXT Jrt fhf
LEATHIiR TI I, 1 1 'i to 2 and 2,'j to o'j vDsUU
Youths.' pa tni Leather Lace, Heel
SAMK A BO i
jg SEXD FOR .Will' 1900
-iitna'- .1111 mit. . ! tli it t' f "liiiiiib-e
v uld iieiiJ a 1 .- 'i,ir-ij' at . p. in.
Ationifvs fur K. S. Drcver M.tUiii";
Stitmj; Tiglit for J lib IJeleae.
'ideago. March 2. V;nn the derision of
Judge) Dunne- 111 regard to the e-Olltentlull uf
tl e attornejs of former Ktnkr K. . Ur -er.
now under a eulie Hilary s ntenco It
r:nb zzleim-iit of flh.".ej : the funds uf the
W.si l'..rk li-iarel, wh- aro Irving to e. ure
Ii - I lease- mi .1 writ of tib. .n corpu.
mav d H-nd ll.e lilnriv of t-vury coiivte-t
it to Jollet fr.m Ce-ik County since- lite.
!re-Mr"s atlorneva ekiiiu il..tt the tnittl
111 is 111 fii-ir la i.t's ase. wntb pi viei. 1
limt he yiiould ii e-intnitsl until rebuild
bv the Si itt Itujrd of I'.irdona. was in r-11..-.
In that the- Par.il.i l.w of ISlO irovi-!ed
tli.it the- Mate itoard ef I'.irdons had no aii
iboritv to nlea.se-. but only to rv-omm-M"l
hii-h aetlon to Hi. Governor, constituted an
r.-or siilU' lent to varrant his r. Ita. e. Dr v -
r's attorney-, hav.- a.so raised the u.-h-r.j
.1! iiint lhat Ir. r had Ioh-ij twice
p.. u el In jt-.pardy by toe .isrnl-.nl of th"
jure In a I rmer trial beleie. a deeislun hai
t- 11 r. 41 neei
Whni Attorney Maver finish'-1 hL nrgu
m. nt to-ilav, Juilge Dnnm- asksl the St-iie
.ili.rn" It the mitt I in! v..r. prinled fortni
I Tn resrsalvipc tlw reply lhat all prison' rs
mm -t-iit t J.ili't urni thU torm of mit
ttraui. th.' oiirt rejoin. l.
"If Mr Ma-r'a eontetiilon Is true t!i
will nen - many nur. itoni Ceek County
I ft In Job-1 "
Tli- Mate- will .ireue- ugillist the lioint to-ii.uin-.r.
MERELY A "sTTcIaDaUNT.
Arniiipemt'iits for .Mi-rr!i:iiil lix
curMuii Aliout Coinpleteil.
Tho cnraniitt'r o' tl.c Implemert on.1 Ve
hicle Hoard ..i Trad- ahieb lias chars, f
tne- 11 ran. menu U: :h St. laul- tn r-
I mis- ami rn i.nfo.-i .1. r" xi v.r-l'-n, i
1 pully rr, i.'Iiik .Is rla"" The affair will
! or il Ll-e-t ! 1...- Uli.d uv.r gtveQ
bv the merehaul" of this rit.
rb. excursion vvi'l b.ive St IvouU April
Z. ov.-r i.i.- U.ibosh lUilway. und g an far
Hi e'hlllus.il-e. Mo. t.1ipUig ut all Inli-r-me-lii:ei
sumoa Tb.- i.turo trip wtll
in.id.- ov.-r tb i;tir!liii"n Itoute, ami stopa
wl!i 0ri1.11 alrubil the primipal -la-1-oii.s,
The truir will r. luni tt St. Duuts tu
in. evei.liV ol Aril
I N i:ia-n u- iiairnun of the commit
to la "P r--. and h iniioi.r.i-fa that all
line of l.u-.iM-wi and tmmufa. luring wtll
I- n.tr- i.i's- on th.- jtt-urslon. Tii- Jaui.l
will (.- pur.lv a "hhuiI uflritr. to ull.iw St.
lyiiia uie'.-h 1.1 ai.d maiiiitjetun rs to In -,n,r
a-aaiitd wl.h h- in. n-li.ints In Urn
lou.-is 1-IUe1. No b4uesa will bei solicited
on the trij
VVi-li-omi- Itlrtl.ilnj t;ifl
Are the sM r."'d birth nuliiii rtne at M.-r-1110J
A. JaecitdV. j;r.sidw.i) nr.d Ije-tist.
Ft Manh the "lijooeliiuiie." 11.1JU.11e
'ouragt " Htng.i. II 7i to t-Z
Mi.f (.titJ nrJJtn-j :.'.y a iy.wltfy. JVr.'oJ.'i.
Steamer I)uniit:ilTu:iL lias Not
Been Jleaitl 1'roiti diuce ilarch. G.
rhi!adIphla. I'a., Marcli 3 IVarnare cx
presitt! here regarding tlio safely of t!.
Itritlsh four-masted bark DunnstatTnagc.
Capialu D. S. Porbe-s. whleli sailed from
this eity Kebruarj 'J for Hi' go. Japan, with
a rargu of rclinc-l oil She last In art of tho
Dutitiyt iffnagi was en larcli t. t.hu had el
Hli.1 wlt'i and surk th.- ItritKh steamer
Verona. Ja.,t north vt tie iuat.r. Alter
th.. lun"ii Capiuin I'Vil.a ri-iirlid to the
captain of the CJ -mutt si.-anh.p Ivrnam
bues. whit h n-s. u-1 tt.e V rona s ciew. th it
h Wfiiltl endavr to r .1.11 jarba!otf At
that tlnit. th" lnjim-t.iff:i.'i.-e'- foro ptak
w ea full of vvniT. aid. II la thought, lli.it
her u!IM. o bulk liad all that k-pt h. r
afloat might hav- eollaps-d. and that ss'iu
s.n.k with h r crew ol thirty men. Tne
vessel end argo are valued in excess of
iiM.'ut. and both are covered by insurance!.
"He that llv well Is not Ignorant." Ho
knows that Hood's Sarsapartlla will keep
him In healtlu
Cnsilrnird Mill, l'lant Wrcokcil.
1 arllc. 111.. March 3 At Trenton, seven
teen miles west of th! city, the plant of th
Ht Louis Conucnst d Muk Company was
wrecked to-da About fi o'clock tho larg
water tank, which has a cap.u ity of K,t'0
intlle.n". toppled over on the inatti building.
The roof and brb k walls were cruI.ed PU"
a shr-ll and the Interior of the i"truetaro
flooded with water, one-thlpl of th- bull I
lng Is .1 comrleti- wn k Hundreds! of sal
lot s of cream w-ert- d -troytd. The we-rk-men
had It ft 'he plaee' on'v a few mlnut.-s
h. fort. The (lama-" is rt-'lmattsl at J3"'.
Tin- ae. Id- 'it is attributed to dofee-tlve foun
dation bei.cath the tank.
Iln- Iter Ilnrfialn liny Tii-Dar.
Orieut.il r"rult Lakogin. lt)c a box.
Illinois Iltniril uf Arbltrntlon.
Springh.-ld. 111. March 3. Horace n.
C.1I1 f of Month" llo was elected i-hilrman of
th" State Hoard of Arbitration, at a .neet
li. held here m-O.iy. This ii Mr. Cal-rs
iLlnl tprm. The other members of tlio
lio.ird ar- former Congressman W. S. For
ma 1 of Ilasi St. IjiiIs. npr seutlng -lie m
pIoye. and Daniel J. Keofe of Clilcigo.
prr.-ldcnt of the lnterr.ition.il l.on-'i.its-men's
Asaoe-lalion. represe-utlns organisJ
Mr, 1). 1'lnley r Peloskey, Mlrli.
Writes: "1 never was b-ttcr In my life than
1 am now. Ie-ru-na has cured Trie of all my
stomach and bowel tiouble. after I iiad been
slfk for live long y.-ars. Tor .1 jear and
a. half I have been a well woman, thanks to
Kvnns Waives Tlxnmlnnllnrj.
Uoonvillc. Mo.. March -3. At tho prelim
inary trial of Elsworth Evans- (eoloredi.
heM to-day. the exumimtioii was w.dvtd.
He is charged with murder in the lint dc
gn for k.iling the Citv Marsha., and wn
r. turned to jail to await the next tlraul
Secretary l)nnlh Old I'e-oplp'n 1 1 nine-.
Mrs. Ar.rie Ncl-on writes from 30 West
North avenue. Ch'cago, 11L: "I am very
pleased to atknowlrdgo tho very valuable
curative merits of Pe.-ru-na. especially In
caws of stomach troublo and general dr
biilty I can cons'-louly recommend 11 as
.. llrit-clacs incdicluu"
sprint; hex-., 1 1 tc Z 02 ii e n vJ
Misses' Tan Shoes, I.avi, I)!Ip;
11.- to 2 4?i nG"3
MNviV Kuil I.acc Sk.s, r'ri:lJ
11 to 2 3BQJ
Mines' Patent Leather, I.ace, kid
tops, sprinj; hLt:l, &r$ ff
ll'J to2 43V6J
I.acc; 1 1 to 2 1 t g
B 3 Lucas Avonuo.
HUNG FOR HOURS BY 0:'E
FOOT OVER A CLIFF.
ja.wls .iohx.so.vx haijkow
Jisi'i-ii'I hy :i Quarrv Iihmvr,
Jle Is llt-M-iifd liy
Jams Johnson, a negro, who Ilv. 1 at N
IIS cLtrk av-uu... hang for a I'umber ..'
hours early lestt-r.lny lue.rt li.g. sUs;, . J. .
by a idng o wire looped abt-ut bis left ankle.-.
over a cl.ff at the foot of UtMte avei-.i.-.
' About o'ele-ek he was diovr.-l by nnrk-
j men at Harry l:u king's rtuarry and at
; tcscu-d bj- o lire engine) eompmy arl a
I hook and bidder con.pai.. He Is n-w at
! the City Hospital. JU1 fur Jbs.-r. .!.. Ill
; only Injury U a b-,.ll spralce-d at kle-. ai.il
j be has a split :iua; beadact.'
I Jobl.sou dtt lares thai h. d. 1. -t knov.-
how it ha? iciied. Ho was an inmat- of tin
I"uiio:i Iiiar.c Allium lor five moi.lht ui.-
111 tunio two Weeks ago. Thulj-hiy ef la-t
week ho ilisippeared from his horn-, sajtn
he was goin le. .-. k wort. 11 eiisappear-
anco Rai re pi., .e ! to th- p.I!-.. Y. st.r.laj.
after bis re.-, ue. le- s..ui It t h had Ikstii
111 the t eiutry south 5 s--. laHiis vv.1rtl.14
on a larm. A d..y r in., ae. he -l.iric-1
for St I.-iuls. Wc.'Oe..-'tiy night h- mse t
through Ciiundeiet. ,.t ntgh. as bo
was, nalklLg Ibrougb wu.it :.H-aTed to ls
an old tie-Id. be tilppeei iipe-n an old te-n. e
wirc. He was toiuc. teail uownwnr-J. ti
wartl tijub. n. tvli -i he f-lr a s-nlde -i j '.'1
at his ttu. ..nj he- Ml .. hi f.ie- .ge.-i:
ihc r'. ep sl-.v ..f .-..ft It. .,. ,. hj.j:.
irichtt iie-1 il it h . .. I 1 ... . i,ar. an-1
th ro was a pa.n at hi. ak!- as though las
100. were l. li:g urn ! Ir.Kn his In;
All hi efle-ri.. tv draw r p ih hints. If
to the- top Were futile-, and, bulf-cJtisUuUi,
Abuut s ol.i..k Hermann Splc krrmatin.
a lalwr'-r In ibe- q-r.- t tht- f..t .,f jhej
tltff. arrive.) iu so 1., work. I lo.keit up
, and im what ihuugMi was n dummy,
lie call.sl to a eera;usrj-.i. and titb ran
lo the oifUe- of the .-...npativ . wL- re thty
iurted tlie- ll-e.eniry. H..rry Itue-klrig
turte.1 In a lite- abtrni frt-ta tkixeoiuide
stn. t and .Muru.e uve-na. ,mi th' -i a i.ir
!sull:i was s,.r. ao Jubu up as th.- rmu
oUld obtain a feiotllig. i'lre- lai-'llic Cum-
1-7 t uti uiii'i. a. 1 i.it!. r Tru. 1.
No. 4 rtp..ne!t.I lo itio a.urru. ji..i u l.i.t
U.r w-"1,ru up from .be bottom .f the
elif. while, ni-u at tr.e- t.. drpp.,1 a
iiousvtl tlK- u, ntu re Jvbiit..ii was hang
ing. The men v. ho lu'l ii.sMi.li. ih.- b..
de r piaectl the- t ouse abom JoIhwsoi.- lw.iy.
and t.. was thaa,-!i up. He w.,3 t .U n l
tt.e tsouth si.ii. Disi.".ir and forwarded
th.n. te. ih.- Oty ll.pti.il. J.jhnen haa
u wllu living at Mexieu. ....
V'f IltieJt . npra-.eM euiijjs c.ireU and best
cop;cr plate, onlj J1.U. at Mcrmo-l & J.tc
card'?. liroalway und Losiist, soeie-ty sta
tioners P.'J enrds fr.-m plate.-, il.
II r.Ur eiueyd. .Ifcitai rrtt.
PLEADED NOT GUILTY.
Jutle I.oufll h'efietl to ti.ish In
iliclineiits Apiiiist C. 11. Cole.
IJo3p.:i. Ma-t . March Z. Cbar!. s II. t p!,
formerly president of the (ilurv National
It-ink. appeared be-fore JmUe' ly.n.ll tu the
I'rittd Mat... D.a'ikt C urt i'-elay und
pbaded 1. -t guliiy to jn i.idtctm.-nt :: irg
tiig t-inb zieme-nt .u.d ml.i, plte.it lor.
I'vuns. . lor Cole .aibil i.'iu aiK-nii-jn tif the
court to excepilon.s to tne ruimg on the de
murrer tu th'- Indu tment, ..-iu. .1 sune Unit,
ago. and to tli.' motion on tlio with th- court
to niiash th.- indictment Ju.l'- liwcll
piomptiy denied the motiun to .Lash.
Says He Never HxiuvseI Himself
in Favor of Bryan.
Princeton. N. J.. March 3.-I.x-I're-:iIcnt
Grovcr Cleveland was latervlowcd to-.lay in
rt'gard to tin- state-tue-nt that he Is In favor
of the renomination e.f William J. ilrvan
for tho prt-ildenc , an! will voto for him if
he run- again.
Mr Cleveland tMiIcl that he had over
given any .lutlioritv Mr h a statement
He dieiint-il to give expression to his v.. ws
on the sublet U
FIVE MEN KILLED.
Worknion on the Great Northern
Caught by a Cave In.
I Spokane, Wash. March ? IY10 men we")
kllltd and several seriously injured to-.l.(y
by a cave-in on the Grc.it Northern right-of-wny
trael: on Washington street. A mass
, of brick toppled over without warning, buri-
."b uiiuiuur o. ioiniueil.
Kine- American cut gins? tumblers, J3.Sj
to tli pr tlozi Merraod .k Jaccard's, Ilroad
sv ay and iVeust.
Wnle jor cut ijlcis cdalogM. matlal jrft
AVcMrrn Missouri I'.-ilr Dates.
ijupi in.ie siT.i-iAU
Ho'.den. Mo. Marh :?. Th secrrtarle" of
th.- Western Missouri Kair and Ua..ing Cir
cuit have- arranged thtlr dat.-s for l:. as
follow-!: NVvadi. Julv 21: Holden. Annul
! ',; Illch Hill August H: Harrisonvlllc. Au
gust 21. Springti. I.I. August 3. This mik'j
the rlshtit-nlh annual tt.'ciiiis of the Hold-
1 en fair.
I Attacked liy a Il.il.I Hncle-.
! New tendon. Mo., Match Z At milnteht.
while coon minting among tho rllffi of Salt
ItlVfT, I'aul ISriscoi sa-i savagely attacked
bv a bald eagle. After a fierce b.ttli h-v
killed the bird. It measured neven fet
four In. hes from t'P to tip ana weighs
eleven pound it ii tbo la.gcot ever seeu
ta lhl3 country.
No man can afford to be
without a Spring Over-
man, but also
sake; it wards off the danger of cool mornings and even
ings, and pays for itself in doctors' bills saved.
Have you seen our Spring Overcoats? If not
you should see them at once. Fabrics this season are
very elegant, and consist of Stylish Covert Cloth,
Whipcord and the Swell Oxford Vicunas.
Prices range as follows: $12.00, $15.00,
$18.00 and $25.00.
The swellest coat this season is the elegant Ox
ford Vicuna. Prices, $15.00 to the finest silk lined
at $25.00, which are elegant and ciinnot be equaled
by the finest custom tailors for less than $50.00.
Best on Earth.
I'rli-es. 1'lirt POI.IM1IXG
l- I'lnt Cutis I IIKSS
I -a Pint I .in. I." COPPER
I I'lnt Taos .". MCKIU.
I iluiirt Cnns w. MI.VER
1 l.ullon I uui .7"- TIV
Sold by All "calers.
MM-E AT W NOIVTII SKcoMi, fcT r.,j is. r.
FATAL SALOON QUARREL
William W.".il' Shut ami Killotl
AIfii'ie-r K.t'rall. a blaek,-mitli. '
yrnro ol-:. hvmr at No rC Chestnut street.
V....S bei Ir. le hea.l and fatally wounded
rhortly tur Z uVIoek Jesterday jfternooii
in T'.tn Tueh' -iloon. on the southwest
-orr-'-r of Kourteeiuh und Chetnut streets.
bv William Wade. S year Old. who Uvea
with nb wife- and famtlj at No. Pa. south
Itftet-nn trv t KltzceralJ. was tarit-n to
.. .. .... .1 .. ...... i.a ill..l nhnrllv-
ine 1V ll)idi, t.i.f.e. os -- .. ..,
. after A W ib- d.tsbt.i out of th- sabjon
Ii.- rin 11 i ' h'T I'latser. vho wrested the)
. ip. 11 In .v. 1 mi and plnct-1 blm under ar-
r.si. i:. v.- le-k'd up at thr: Ktiur Courts.
. .. . ... .!....... . I... Ml.n.t..1 th.
UK 11 Wli. Je iu p.uti.;, .. .. ....... . -.
khoi'llns . . . . .
Th' re L a tlllfctenco of opinion as to what
eause-d the .sl.o.ilins- The Isdiec 5ay that the
mn quarrele.. over n game of dice, and
that Flwnld sUpp.l Uade- in the faec.
and th-. Wa.- th.-n dre-w 6 gun and ahot
him. Teni rueli th- pn.prietor ol the sa
loon. jKit.1 that tl-e men had not been J-Iav-
"Tliry'tter. In the saloon when I came on
wat.-n." b. -aid. "and thev s.etmsl to lie
In frl-nl'.v e-orv. rsation. IJoth ni.-n were
.1-liikliii- l.n. a . . . n.'d to be under the
fisKV .f".'uor. and I ItttM R
I cerull v it S..O.T. - .--- ...s... . -
tug for ..me- i.m. . and there se-enu-d to be
1 r.O InSle.liol.!' of trvuble betw.in thera. as
the resort of a revolver. I saw ntweruM
lvmg .. tho i'or. an 1 Wade standing over
hlni wifi tb. smokiiv-re-volv.r in I1L1 h-tm .
I heard U-U to Hi;- fall' n mm: -Well.
ti iiav Kt our m Heine ne.vv.
Wadt a .vvllrhroai. f"r the Iron Moun-til-i
mil ui Jcafr-s.il l.irr...k- He siH
lala .". 'dunes te-.julr.Hl hitn te, carry a
Unr Can Always lt- I'uncluul
If ho has 01.0 of the H-k. se-.Id KoW n
watehe with full Jewelcl. fully guaranteed
"M A. J" movements, especially recom-montl-d
by Mr. E. A. Jaceinl. In chargo of
the watch .Apartment of Mennod Si Jac
earel'.i. r.road-.vay and Ieus'.
Trttejur 51a.' A le!aliryueJlu!t-lrt.
BECA.TiE SUDtjJNLY INSANE.
're(l K.-.vimW.". Killed His Wife
ami Child Willi an Ax.
Calais. Me. March . Pied r.eynotd. .1
wood chopi-er at H'd Ileaeli. ten miles Irom
he-rr. lie-eatne in.-ani- to-d.iy and killed hi3
wife and ono s..n with au ax, a.td lnjure-l
another son seriously and burned tho houso
to tbe ground. ...
Ke-yiiUdi then ran up the street, nourish
ing the a. but v-.as arrested and b. ought to
this city for sifc-kccplng-
THOMAS OIL COMPANY.
Iiicorponitetl iu Weat Virginia
With ;i Million Capital.
Columbus. O . Mareh S3. A special lo tha
Diipatt h announcea tho Incorparatloi at
Charleston. W. Va.. of tho Thomas Oil I'ora
Iny of Le-raln. O.. with a capital ste-ek of
J!.l,,,.t".. The- Incorporatora arc. Ch..rles
1.. ivurtz and Ell M. West or CoIum'us;
James A. I.ivK Fred F. Thoma and Cay
ton e hapnian of blyria. Tlie cvcipany 'ias
Lares on bT.t'-i acre-a of ground, and baa
tiftv-;hreo produeing well!' An organi7i
ttun will bo effected at Cleveland to-morrow..
Pplt-ndid offices for dentists for rent. SI7.-0
per month and up. In tho Mennod r Jae
eard building. Broadway ar.d Lceust street
JZarlr Mornlnjr llarrlagc.
Centmlla. II!!.. -March 3. Charles W. Gll
niore and Mi-3 Kdlih Holcombo were mar
ried at 1 o'.iock this mornln, at the resi
dence of Jus-tte-o W It. Jones In this city.
He returned her-- from At woo-!. Ka... and
owing to e-lreunislanres. thought it !.si to
rfinaln here, so sent for Miss Holcombe.
She was to have- arrivcl here last we-ek
and Mr. Ililmore has been here to meet all
trains ir.ce that tune. Sickness! ar.d accl
1 dents de-lived MUs Holcombe. and she did
not arrive here until midnight Iat night.
but found Mr Gilmoro patiently waiting for
her. Thev decided to w-I directly, anil
aroused Justice Jones and were married
a-.d then drove to tho Gllmorc farm homo.
Soutlifrn Illinois Fruit Outlook.
P.KPl B SPECIAL.
Coiitralla. HI.. March 2. So far from be
lieving lhat tho tree fruit has been klll-d
are tho fruit growers of this neighborhood
that it I- estimated that fifteen or twenty
tons of blue stono or blue vitriol and as
m.:iv hundre-d pe-unds of arsenic will b
us.sl In spraving the apple and pear trees
i ti.it rntribut" to the local markets. This
sprayirg e-tsts about 10 cents pe- tre-e when
l tb. vvrk Ii done on the seale for the
oi hards; of l.Kn trees or more.
i The straw!" rry growers are not espeetlue
but an average cpip this jcar.
Don't Despair; Harris Can Fit
only that it is
finish off the
King & Co.
and Pine St,
DAMAGE SUIT RECALLED,
Another Surfrical Operation Fcr
formed on rilrs. llvsn Smith.
K-irlv J.ist summer Mr n sa Smith of
No. 11!G North Eleventh street brought suit
against tho Good Samaritan Hospital and
Doctors O J. and D M. Gibson, for ao.Oo
damages alleged to hive teen sustained b
her b-e.iuse of an upcration which rcsulttd
In the lo-s of the us? of her right leg;. The
casf was tried last fall In the Circuit Court
of St. Louis and the Jury failed lo agree. It
was tontended at the time that tha opera
tion was unneess,irv.
Mr- f-'miih has eor.tinucJ to grow- wors
st. .I..,- ar.l it was tleeidd by her present
nbvk!.in. Do. tor J. Wiley Broome, that tin
I'K would have to be amputated at tho hip
to rrolong h r life He performed this op
eration yet.ruay morning at the Protestant
H.i-pltnl. No. lll No-th Elghtrenth street.
ass.str.1 Ly Doctor A. C. Bernays. Owing to
ht-r wtakinfJ condition It vva. consldert'd
v.ry t..ubiful whether sbo would surviv
th sfi.sk of the operation
Abraham Smith, hui'batnl of the unfor
tunate woman, sai.l je-sterday that he nad
been informed bv Doctor Urcomo that the
operation we uM malv ."lear a great many
fe-atur.". that wore disclos-d at the former
trial -r.d wbt.-h were te-otihed to merely aj
cur.elujions of experts.
FILTRATION AND FINANCES.
Exi'Iiange Diivetors to Consider
Uoth Civic (Juestious To-Day.
At a meeting of tho Legislative Commit
tee of the Me-rchanta? Exchange jesterday
I"resiicnt Whitelaw- submitted a communi
cation from the City Council, asking the
president of the exchange- to appoint a com
mittee to look Into the tlnancLl condition
of th.- ctty. tho matter vvaa referred to tho
Brard of Directors.
Tho committee then took up tho question
of filtration of the city water, and the fol
lowing resolution was adapted.
"Thf legislative Committee re"rpectiullv
rccommend that the Boarel of Directed
adopt resolutions Indorsing the ordinance
prepared by the Board of Public Improve
ments nnd now- before the Municipal Assem
bly, providing for preliminary work, look
ing to the nitrating of the water supply of
the city; and further that this commlttF
Ih- authorial to appear le-fort the Council
and the l..u-e of Delegates, and in thrt
name of the Merchants' Exchange urge ten
passage of the ordinance."
A in fling f tl.o Board of Directors will
1- held to-day to eo;i3idcr both of thesa
l:tlilral oe-letr I.rclnrcs.
Tho leturer of the Ethical Society g!w
on Sunday morninx at Memorial Hall t 11
o'clock an address on the well-known story
dealing with tho 1'rcnth Revo utlon. "Th
Tair of Two Cities." by Charles Dickens. It
is one In a serba being given by the lecturer
on "The Novels of Charles Dickens." to also
Include "HIcak Huu-e" and "The Old Curios
ity Shop." Th-s lectures are open to th
PERSONAL REWARD. "
Stearns Offers $2,000 for Appre
hension of General White.
Lansing. Mich.. March Z Secretary oi
State J ji Stearn3. candidate for the Re
publican nomination for Governor, to-ctay
notiiied Sheriff Porter that, sinco tho Boanl
of State Auditors cannot legally offer s. re
ward for the apprehension of General White,
the (mile-ted ex-Quartermaster General, ho
will personally offer a reward of 13.000. jjr.
Stearns Inclosed a check for that amount.
Only the most expert workmen are em
plojed In tho Jewelry repair department at
Mermod & Jaccard's. Broadway nnd Locust.
CnniPcic Cnllcire Free Scholarship.
Boger?. O. March Zi.-Carncgle College at
Bogrr. O.. will give JOO free scholarshlpi
t ex-soldlcrs of the late Spanish-American
V'ar Th yeholarslilps give free tuition in
tbe normal and a-ademlc courses, and alo
In th commercial course. Including hook-ke-pmg
und shorthand, and are good for
llf. Studfnts in any part of the United
States may take their work by malL
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alwajs Bought
Your Feet Easy. 520 Pine