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THE EEPTTBTiTOJ tiKEVB&BZ. SPRHJ 14. 1900.
Thero is nothing " Jnst ns pood " as Duffy's
Pure Jl.ilt "Whiskey. A floater who :iys so
is thinking of his profits nothins more. Ol
course, when -i remedy has been before thn
public !n lone, has he-en rccomincnilctl and
prescribed by eloeiors, and carried tlio bless
ings of health to so many thousand homes,
imitations arc bound to arise. Tinware mly
nhlo. however, to initiate the holtta and
labels. yoor.catiinuatitlioproiU:nL The
priHTFi is known to lnanularturcra alone.
Ask for t be centime, rrtu-o injurious miht";
lutes. See 1 hat our eat over the cork is un
broken, and that the bottle lias on it tbo
Government Medicine stamp. "Wc Jiavo
lu'ind ca-ca i here unreliable dealers liavo
refilled our hot !.. so
we wi'h to caul inn our
patroiif-agni iM accept
ing some cheap imita
tion in oar bottles.
PAAV-rf Itifcrmifmn -rt frf e. t
All dtLJ-riM. .lid T -.. Hi
ouTrtpAlTtl"C n t f ' it. A
r will fcr i . m rrnaM
far Ji ex e l ritle; ij J ,.,
ntln ifoiu; . - ,-c.
Dun .iiwitvrhKLi-i to,
You lo," 1- ivc cnr
find out nt-cC.. r "i; i
lo Han's ,i 1 oi. '' '"
. n'rjAf to
ore "or. e down
io.K that would j
! .ind v.ltn
tewildci jn t-'.t a f n i-. nr mind
f S -J. tv'SJ ',-H
REDMOND COWING BACK.
Alleged Kansas Cirv Miirurpr Ts
Held in California.
San Francisco. Apil 13. A warrant ws
tasuvl by th Governor to-day on a requi
sition from XIlMourt fr the. a'.-"st of
i'Juncs nmnnil. who Is wanted in Kansas
City for the rauriw of ntnma tfChumncher.
y who was alleged to hiive boon shot and
killed uv Kocmiomi mm .mm rv-iuiv..
Redmond Is hold hcie lb- is Mild to
have beo-n one of P.oofcvelt'x Hough Kidors
unl to have (l'.(?i tl and es. nx-d t.. tli'i
J'hlliprln'"'. The murucr u.i'. rmiunitteJ in
PENANCE OF THE FAITHFUL.
Cindnnati CjitUolic Climb Three
Hundred and Fifty Steps.
Cincinnati. O.. April 13 In tl- ob'erv
suico of Good TrMay here tlmuands
climbed to-iiay. for hiq'u mass, the XA steps
to thu Tmmactt'.atc Church on Mount Atl
rms. for which penanco the faithful, hy
papal decxte, havo the wun? pnrilejre.s
granted thoso wlw ascend thn stairs at
Home. The custom as Instituted by tho
lata Arcllbtshop Puivell.
Alto P.ts. .. April r Chari? Sayls.
ftced ra, a veteran of the Civil War, died
rrofi-.ior .7. W. nnrtlrtt.
An3ovr. Mass., Anril IS .7. TTrsley
CHnthill Rartl"tt, pr--fesor of peered rliet
erlo and professor of elocution at Andover
JiCTTtmaiT. J'e i-uay.
I Take I
M drictc it H ummer
B and ketv vxl.
T!e ibrorlte tmieniac
tfrink, I roollxic reftwU
lat and barmJta 1.
ITrl t r Hit nf prcstam
ttrrel fr far Ubcli.
CHARLES E. HIPCS CO.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST
Capital and Surplus.... $6,500,000
4 on Savings Deposits
lor -purtty aid honest worth.
The i"JMst of
Tdtit rroeftr kcoci It. Trv it.
iKxcxu cax. r:c
BA3U3.VT Tliurwlny. Arrll 13, 1W. at 7:19
p. m Jiihn llii-clar. brothttr vt WIlUiuu IS.,
Jalla XI. nJ JtRgl Harrl.y.
Ftaral tI11 take ulace rroai narrlcaa & Shea
han'a underuktnc roumB, r18 Moreen street. Sat-ueilai-.
34lb Inst, at 2 p. rn.
BILiBROtTOll On rniUy, April ir 1JM, r.t 4
a. m., Klirabeth A. IllllirntiEh. nj-ed 13 yrars,
Sdi)w of th lain Soacume 1Z llllbroiiim.
Pirner-M ftom liin restrtenee ,if l r Fin-ln-law.
FrenV C ll'-Jt, S.-fY St;t Waslilnpton axenuft. on
Moniifc.;', Aiiril 10, it 1' p. m. ltitciment prlvaJo.
TtmAX-Jdm V llolln, hti-b-iml of Axi3i
Kolt n-f IMub). at tbf a.9 of M year.-..
rMnoal from thi Cta;c. Porest I'ark. Sua
ay. Aliril 35, 1SX), at 9 a. m. Priuvls arc In
vited. BUPJv On Tliursilay, April 13. M. at Qnlnrr-.
III., at K:2" a. m.. Hart In nuri. Iwloveil hu.bji
of Maria llurk. after a short iIIiiosr, iiretl t.3
ruaif-at trm taV placo frotn family residence.
No. SS'S 0'lJUy Bvenu. ("aronitelst, tin Siftr
y. April It, at 1D:3'I a m . to St. io!unil)'iilli'i
Church, theacfi to Jcffcrsou Barracks. l"rieadj
CHEW KtKtdenly. r-ar XTemrhi". Te'ra .
Gergf r5vrj. tea ef It. I. and Anvlta n.
WINTv-On Thursday. Ajrll 33, lK), Anna
Thmn, bIove.l pter of Ifpry stolen. Kate ivar.
imnn,' llz:i PMertcli ami Jlagsie .Tacksmn.
Pnriernl will take p:are frem residence of I.e.-
tiiolhervitTviaT.. .fa!iis .Stven. No. 2217 Howard
tr"f(. KatnriliA, Ajirtl II. at 2 o'cIcmK p. in., to
ht loa f.hurr!i. thrnee tt Ca-Uaty Cemetery.
FiUinTtTT On FViita. Apill 1?. . t .;
s. m.. .Maria. beinl -Kite of Jumti Fahirty,
BjrM 70 jvars (, month and 13 dny.
Punral (mi fatnilv rrfiamee. No. 2it3 Cstn
Frllllnnt RVfnu. Sunday. Apitl XS, at Hum a,
XU. Filendi InrllfM to attend.
OAGNCtN On Ttrur-;r. April 13. W tt ?.1 I
'clock r m., Klmiri Gngnon. cr.Tn.!inoth"r of !
Duma .laaue". Wllllatp. Albert. Julia Hal Te.j!, j
ItnicKer, BelK K-nrr.a and Tlieoliro Gannon. 1
wyt"ii i . . ri,iiiLri. HIVI ! u;
Thn funoral will tzi'n plioe. stnriay. ltth
Int.. t 2 o'e'ock p. m.. fiem re?ldKv of hor
irrandson-ln-lnw. Rflmird Koenlc. No. 2713 Sheri
lan avenue, to Ht. 1-c'a Church. the-noK to Cal
htt Cerncteiy. l'Mcnils ar Uniteil to attecj.
HATITT On rrtdar. April 13. J9v. nt .5)
o'eI(vt p. m., Drnr.is, t-laTfi kih of Andrew
Tb fun-eml Ter-j taVf plae Jfifn.liy. ISth
lnst Rt J o'clock a. m. from fainllr rrs!fiej-oe.
No St) Wash ?tret. to Bt. rirl.lcfs Cliurrli.
trstcn to Calxary Cemetery, ricar-i imlt flOKera.
OITaTtTON-On Tl-.ursdav. Aprtl 13. 35 at
11:31 a. in., Itenr-r I. Overton, iiced Si y-ars ami
Putiral ej-Nioes will hs hld at Cntnary
Churoh, ?lxtfieiUi asl Pine rtrects. Saturday,
April 74. 1PW. at 3 o'clifJc p. ju.
tVccRsed wrm a nvinbor of assoarl leace.
No. v A. P. & A. 3,t.
Ttenialtin oaa 1 seen at Wnzronrrfi funeral
yarloiH, 1137 Olho su-eeL
r.fX'CA-nOIUTA-On Friday. April 13. JWW. at
B o'clock p in. Cjnr.ela tloifi'd slftor of Sil
ifestro. Cir. Marin and NiooH Itocca-Piorlta.
Tlie funeret will tahn placo to-day (Saturday)
at 1:33 o'cl-k j. m. rrom funeral rooms r.J
CullMi Kelly. No. "T3r. Cass avenue, to Cal
wry Ccmeieiy. Funeral prliatc
KTltnwl-0-i Tbnrsdaj-. April 12. 1509. Rt 1 P.
m.. John P. Stuewe. dcarlv tfelored fnth'r of
Henrv, Herman. William teTf and Fredrlka
Mnellor (ne Rtucrpi. nnd hrother of John Hnrv
Sttiowie. after a lui.g ilr.ess. at the ace of 72
yefirs. 6 tnenthr. I ilajs.
Funeral Sunday at 1 30 p. ra.. from family res
idence. JO' Sullivan aiuiue. Friends and rela
lUes inxil- to attend.
TI 1 KM B On Thurwlnv. April 13. 3P'- Mrs.
J'ranees II. Thirrae, tlocd mother of Frederick
t. Tlileme. acod 78 5 ears and 11 months.
j"uncral private, iiaturday. April J4, at 2 p.
tn., from Hie residence. No. 1317 California v
DHe. I'lc&ee omit Cor ens.
One Correspondent- Has to Make
;i Wry Fare "t:pon JV:id-
iii the. roison."
"HIS PHILOSOPHY ALL WRONG."
The Soldiers' Friend,' Now Uo-
t inning J'rom Africa, in for a
Lively JJereption Mario
Pi'nriAi. i;v r.ni.i:.
Lnrdon. lYMay. Aril 1- -(Porvright. '.w.
!iv Hie New York Ht.iM Company.) I'.ti'l
.rd Klphiifr is rotuinins t" lhislauii, and
just as that I announiril J liear jn many
s.dcs ;i cry of nnU-Kiplin;rism, which, it
csnnot bo doubted, will brinj: sonio reply
from "the ollier, fiiiid." There ts jr.at
one example of -nhat u eorresrondent writ
ins to a literary paper mvs about him. Aft
er discoursing upon the hiph standard es
tablished by nuskin. he sas:
"I."t us for a. moment place the Klplinff
ism in our Iltrnture jig'alnst that luminous
"V shudder and mal; a wrv face as If
'c had .swnl!oue-d n. do?.e of pnison; !ndevi,
wo h.ivo KiptiiiRisni poison.
"N'ow, let us set at the root ef till nut
tei. so far as Kipling find th" soldicis of
the Queen am concmed.
"One of the -traiisc. hlfplicable moral
Iihenoni"na of the dav N the supposed e
nnption of soldiers from moral restraint".
Thre is neither in the laws of (lod nor
man anr sanction or autlirrlty for such h.
imirtion. None of the Chii.-ti.m sects has
so f.ir deelai"j aI!y class, ealllns. occupa
tion or profession e'niit from tho opera
tion and control of the Ten Command
ments. There are no 5pecl.it condition for
the militPry In the coda of the Ten Com
mandments, but the bootblacks of publio
opiuioti. whether in literature, nrt or poli
tics, invariably deal with its v.e.ikness-4.
These they lnllate. ex.itrpenite and flatter,
whiln the victim is tickled with delight at
llmiitu; that of which It is ailumcd palliat
ed and jrlorillod.
"Kiplingr does not ask pltv or forsivenev,
lor Tommy Atlttns.' No. he assures us that
his vic are matters of course, legitimate
incidents of his every-day life.
"Tho theme of his stories and son;s Is tho
rlcht and Inheritance of the soldiers' condi
tion, and yet stark-naked stands out this
"I will tako at least an Indecent in-tance:
Vhrn a raw iworuit cots out lt tiic Eaw.
Hi- acta ti4o a tool and drtniis liko a bcift.'
"Of course, the raw rcciult will trv his
best to come up to tho Kipling standard.
"How can w hopo for an army such as
tho nation Is cryinir out for so Ions as this
is the philosophy which soldiers ro to bo
".Miss Marie Corelll ba.-sts into verse with
a. parody of Kiplint;. Tho sarcastic refrain
is Kipllus's t.uppose.1 debasement of Toiu
mj' and his cal.' and runs as follows:
" Must look at my ical. nlll jb?
tVhilB I'm farinir Iir nnd fc.;
liil.i a ctwd old pal. look arier my cal.
awl ties.- j. whertr.fer I go.
Tho literary world is atklns, "What will
RERMA9T PRKSS STHIKKn.
Itnlinn .mnrti on (be trelbnml He-ei-ulcd
Herlin, April U. Tho Geimnn press and
tho Government are considerably worked
up about the continued Italian press cam
paign agalnit tho Drclbund. It is trim the
Oovernment hero continues to charg- that
Trance has lately redoubled her efforts to
inllucnco the Italian press and that the se
cret fund3 spent for this purpose aro being
enlarged. But it Is not denied that several
of the most Influential papers, eloso to tha
Italian Government, havo taken up tho as
tault against tho Dreibund.
Tho Italian piess partlcularlv denies tho
German claim that Italy's strong .Mediter
ranean position is owing to tbo Drelbund's
lucking and th.tt without tho Dreibund
Italv thercforo would only he the voluntary
or involuntary tool of France,
Th Italian press points out that th
Dreibund lemIns sterile economically, and
that. Indeed, irado with Germany Is retro
grading Instead or advancing.
Tho Tngeblatt to-day repeats that Italy,
without tho protection which the Dreibund
iifford1!, never would have attained tho pow
erful attitude in tho Alcditerranean which
she has and never would havo weathered
such crises is thn Adowah defeat and tho
llllan revolt without Injury.
nci.i;ns to visit vikxxa.
AQKlrian Kmprmr'n Cnntpllmrnt to
ftrmuny 'Will lie Upturned.
Berlin. April 13. Several of the teadlns
papers of this city to-day publish special
dispatches from Vienna saying that the
visit which the Kmperor at Austria Is
shortly to mnko hero will ha reciprocated
by a joint visit of Kmperor William, thn
King of Saxony, tho King of Bavaria and
a number of other German rulers to Vi
enna for tin purpose of commemorating
Hmporor Francis .loscnh's seventieth birth
day, which occurs August IK.
The statement is also printed that ths
Czar will pay a visit to Vienna In July.
TorUUIi Writer Kxilcrt.
Constantinople. April 13. Ebuzzia Tewflk,
a State Councilor nnd distinguished writer,
has been arrested and exiled to Konlah. a
city of Asia Minor, for writing an articlu
displeasing to the Sultan.
NOVEL PLEA FOR PARDON..
Applicant Served us a Soldier Af
ter the Crime.
Austin. Tck., April 13. The Governor Ins
rc-ceived an application for pardon to which
a story Is attached. The man In whose be
hatr It has been mado was recently In tha
service of the United States In the Philip
pines, and was; one of the guard, detailed to
bring back Chicago's trlpto murderer. Mel
ton, to this country, after discovery among
tho troop3 engaged In suppressing Agul
ualdo. Ho was convicted of forgery In Travis
County several years ago nnd sent to the
penitentiary, from which ha escaped. Sub
sequently he enlisted and served In Cuba
with distinction nnd afterwards joined tho
regulars In the Philippines. Since he es
caped he. has married and led the lifo of a
law-abiding citizen, and his father now
seeks clemency for him. Neither the Pardon
Uosrd nor tho Governor can consider bis
ca-e, however, as long as ho is at latge. nnd
It is understood that he has determined to
surrender himself to the penitentiary au
thorities., in which event his case will io
cetvc tho attention It deserve from tho Ex
ecutive. PRESBYTERY OF TRINITY."
Adjournment of the Session at
Dallas The Proceedings.
Dallas. Tex.. April 13. The third and last
day's session of tho Presbytery o Trinity
convened at the Second Presbyterian
Church. The delegates from outside tha
Preshjterv who attended the meetings of
tho Texas Synod and the Woman's Mis
sionary Society, did not remain over to
day. Alter a half hour devotional service, led
by the Beverend B. IT. Stone, tho report o
tho diflcrcnt committees were considered.
taken at night wilt makt youj
fetal r'aht. act rteht and laoki
i right ThayouraCMitijMtloih
Him i i i i l i MOtij.
Tito ffii'SstJon it abanflontaff th wrsfk of
tlio coliri.tt institute at aleit fcos wm
rtise.n'scil at oonslerahlo lenstlf, .Ihn It
wrt (ieeidetl th.u it should bo wvntlmlftd.
Tho llevcrend Messrs. Smith, TtlKRS at-'"1
ClHBf;eit nern appointed a commute" to
vi-lt thfl iii-tituti and report at the next,
meetinp o the Prosbytory. A report o
narrative showed an encouraging snivvth in
Tlie Unvciend.T. Gllmore. ?miih of JJclhanr
Church was ejected del' ijalo to tho Oeneral
A"fembly. whloli meets at St. Iioul on
M:iy Is. and tho Tlevcjenil W. IT. Clagrrrett
altern-ile Klfler 1. IJ. Wrirslit of the Ste
oiifl I'l'esliytcrlnn Clmrdi was ebleil rWr
In She tlenei.il At"-eml.Iv Doetvr I'dekforil
of iilen Hoe was t lea-ml moderator fr
the enmlnK "-Jr. ami tti Kevoiend K. II.
A meetlnrr w.ii hfhl to-nlprht. at vshieli
ndilrees en tho siibjri t f tempeiaiirt
were delivered by Hie Itevoicnd .Messrs.
T'atter'on. Little and CI.(;ett. The l"res
bvtrrv adjourned until tba neit regular
BUILT UNDER THE MULES.
Kail road Constnielioii Tmpeded by
a Uniipie Harrieade.
nrrrm.ic srnn i,.
Joplln. JIo., Aptil 13 The novel feat of
building a railroad throush a mule ti.ttric.iiln
wjs Fiiccossfullv neeoniplisheil jt Oronoso
l.Tt nlslit by :t Misf-nuri P.icilic construction
cicw. Tor some time there has been lively
competition between the Misoui! Pacitlcaml
l"rKco railway companies In sieelcinr; to got
Into the busv new .Inc minlnc; camps.
I'or a week both toads have been rushlnc
to oronoso. a piospeious miiiiiiR camp be.
tween .lojilln and Carthage. The .Missouri
Pucilic colilil not set in wltliout ciovsinc tho
Frisco track at one particular place jnd at
that place were stationed two teams of
mule"!, completely nhsti noting the tr.uk,
but thi" did not stop the Missouri I'.icilli:
crew. When they built their line up to th-.
mules they crawled under them and aetuallv
laid the r.illa under the mules' belliri .iini
thus sot the deshed crossing.
Host on Authorities Curioii AiiouL
Uoetor Coekf's Hnsiness.
Ttoston. April 13 An auiop.y on the liodv
of Dot tor .lames It. Cocke, (lie blind pli
so'ian. found dead in his room last niRl".
pel formed by Mfdleal ICxamiiier H.it:;s an. I
his a-sistant. Iloelor StciJninn. lesuited lit
the disclosure that the bill parsed ttiroiiKh
the spinal column and lodged on top of tho
brain, and confirmed tho belief that it v.as
n case of suicide.
Tiio doctor told her. Mis. Cocke said, lh.it
if a t-atlent whom be cxpeited sho.iid
call be should be told call next da.
Partial substantiation seems to be sixen
to the icport that Doctor Cooke was In
some way imolved in transactions wjlh the.
Iti-ian or some oilier foreign Government
by the ilecl.iiat'.on or Mis. Coeke that tou
nitor whom I'o expected yesterday after
noon was an nttache of one of tile foreign
legations in Washinnton.
Colorado Millionaire's Will Was
Denver. Colo., Apiil 13 Jtnlsc Steele, in
the County Couit to-day. declared tho will
of the. late Oeoijje Trltrh void, and refused
to admit it to probate. The estate will now
le di tiled anions the helis according to tho
laws t the Slate.
The will was contested hv Mrs. Ihnnia
J. Snyder, a daughter of the dot-eased, to
whom he left onl small betiufst. Tlio es
tate is valu-d at more than l.uu0.'.
Wash away the lllth and waste that havo
juoumnrilatrd during winter.
In like manner Hood's s-aroiparllla expd.s
from iho bloo 1 impurities that have beo-i
!ntt..i iloiirir thf. se.ison when thtro lins
I been b.it little perspiration and perhaps
constant couunnoe.u o uiou.t- .u.u ,.-.1.4
r.ir. It Is a boon to tired mothers, house
keepers, tctchers and others who spend
their lime indoors.
It gives the biood richness and vitality,
fitting it lo nomish and .strengthen tho
nerves, muscles anil all the great organs of
the bodv. It cures .Ul spring humors and
banishes that lited feeling.
It is the best medicine money can buy for
all diseases caused by lmpuru or impover
ished blood. You should begin taking it
Smnllirox Slorlc IJcnloil.
Claremore. 1. T.. April 13. The story pub
lished In a St. I.oulf paper yesterday con
cerning ihe smallpox situation here is un
title. Neither the Cherokee National Hoard
e u-fifh ,,n- (h(. Indian Terrllon National
1 Beard of Health has taken charge of Clare-
more, nor is Claremoto me center oi ii-iec-tiou
for the Indian T..-rimrj. All the pln
siclans In Hie town who have handlM
smallpox cases beor say there is no;.mall
nox in Claremoie. Tho Cherokee Itoanlof
I Health has established a hosptal tent at
mo graveyani nt.ir town .too i& imv. r...i,i
ing the country for a pofslble inmate, but
has found nonn so far.
! rieail tr:Menrrcr H'ni .1. D. Koonti.
Savov. Tex.. Apiil 13. The passenger who
was killed and burned in the wuck on the
Fort "Worth and Denver Kailro'id, near
Chnnnlng. on the ."th inst.. and supposed to
hc Jon Ivooutz of Denton, was .J. !. Koonta
of Golden, N. M.. a half-brother to I. T.
Mo.Mahon of Savoy. Hw mother, who lives
with Sir. McMahou, iccelvcd a. letter irom
him. dated Match 21. s:iviiig that tin In
tended to statt on a Isit to her about
April 1. She also received a telegram from
hi in at Trinidad. Colo., dated April 4. and
saying that ba would reach Savoy on
niork: of Storen Burnet!.
Pan a. III.. April 1.1. Oecaiip. a village, six
miles south, was visited bv n disastrous lire
this morning at 3:30 o'clock .V block of
business houses on the east side of the Illi
nois Central Railroad was consumed. Tho
fire oilglnated In the Bilbruck general store,
which, together with Heed's restaurant and
barber shop. .layne's saloon, Mrs. Heel's
dwelling, tho po"t oflice and White's hard
ware rtore. weiu burned. The loss Ih esti
mated nt SIo.hiO. vith Jl.Vfei Insurance. Two
tramps were arreted there tbi? morning on
T ReH4fH Teta Cotnforlnblj-.
Take the S:j0 p. m train from St. I.ouls via
the Frisco I.lno and G.. C. & S. F. V.y.
Through observation and drawing-room
sleepers and free eh?lr cir to Dillas.
GnivfSton and San Antonio The onlv sccnio
loute to Texas. Harvey dining halls.
Xegro llnnlcrcr llmpltrd.
Dallas. Tex. Apt II 13. Washington Gar
rett, tho negio wifo murderer, under sen
tence to be hanged on April 30. to-day was
granted a two weeks' respite by Governor
S.ners. pending an invrsttgJiion into Gar
rett's application for a commutation of sen
tence, to life Imprisonment. Former Sheriff
Cabell and ptovnt Sheriff I lushes stiongly
advocate cxccutio clemency for Garrett.
Perry Miners AVorUlng.
Percv. Ill . April 13. Th mine ar. all
working hcie. ah the operators and miners
signed the scale, and everything Is in har
inmiv. I'ercy has llo coal mines: Goal by,
Kouborough, Barnard. Little Muddy and
WillisAiile. A St. Iouls llrm will shoitly be
cin operations in opening up another mine
nejr the Willl'vllle plant.
Shot lit (Inn I'out.
Dallas-. Tex-.. April 13. Kmil Sontaire,
v.hilo hunting to-dav. accidentally dls
ch.ixged hi' gun. The contents lodced In
his left foot, A part of tho foot had been
To Uuy the Cnniberlnnil.
Corpus Christ i. Tex.. Apnl 13. B. H.
Caldwell departed this morning for Galves
ton to purchase the Cumberland for the
Corpus Christ! and Galveston Steamship
Company. The purchase w ill be made if tho
boat proves as represented.
Insane Front Argument.
Wichita, Kas.. April 13. Dave Duncan of
New kirk Ok., was ycsterdiy adjudged tn
sanc at this place. He lost his senses whll
arguing on religious subjects.
neapondent 0cr HI Henltb.
Scranton. ra.. April 13. George Mangor,
aged G2 years, committed suicide last night
at tho home of his daughter at Jermyn, this
county, bv blowing out his brains. Ho had
been in ill health and was despondenU
AntomnMIe Compmny Chartered.
Dover. Del.. April 13.-Certiflcate ot in
corporation was lllcd hero to-day for tho
Jleuter Automobila Company ct Chlcacg:
THE MEWEST BOOKS,
fr. CTi-srlt" rajor. author; of "WTi-n
Knlrlltlmofl Was in llower." ban con? t
KiiRlaml lo arrango for tin English dra
matic rislits of his romancfj. ami also to
obtain riridltinnal material fur a historical
noel of Kiiftlish life which be ha had in
preparation for several years, and which
he hopes to place in tlio Iinndr. of his pub
lisher in the ejrly autumn.
The nephew of Eur.cne l-'ield. Charles ICel
lOBS b'leld, in collaboration with William
lleurv Irwin, lias just written a volume of
college Miuie. wlilch Douhleday, l.lsc .v,
Ct. .iro putl!n,T I" press. Harvard. Yale,
Princeton. Smith. V.issar and otlier East
ern seats of learning have already had their
lom.iutielsts-. :nnt now Sl.mford University.
California, is to Join tho lls-l. Mr. FleM dis
creetly calls his bonk. "SanCiird Stories:
Tales or a Young I'liivorsity." jt Ff , ,n . tll
luxe- b-en ihu fouling annwig utidersr.idu
a'o writers lhat a collego limit have coit
sifjeiable of a past in order in nirriif.li m.t
tcnal fur serious nction. Yet who can deny
thut Ihu lite of a young college. b.13 much
to express.'.' Kor example, would not unu's
curiosity lie. aroused by eneoiimering a
book called "Tales of Chicago rnlversity."
or some similar title? Kicli.tn has, ltf patf
ticular o.llie lo 1111 in new tilings as well jj
in old, especially Jt tins time when educa
tional lifu is 10 eajcr and full of opros
fcion. The plan of publishing 3titograpli editions
of popular liooks has been much talked
about. When it was proposed t publish
uch an edition of "Krd i:oclt" Thorasa
Nelson ("age n:i3 found to he unwilling to
curry out his part of ihe arrangement. 31
has always signed with pleasure any copleti
of his books that any one liaij wished him
to sign, toeling that ho was finding "not
only a render but a friond." Hc rf!Cogni.ci
also the apprnpriatonc&t of an author'i nu
tfinipli in an edition do luxe. But ho N
not aldii to overcomo his aversion to tin
idea of contributing Ida signaturo for th9
miwriiseitiint of his books. There will,
then ton-, b" no autosTiiph edition of "Ked
llarpei's Magazine for May. which matte
the (oiuplntiou of the one hiindiedtb volume
and the hrst half century of tho periodical's
existence, will contain an artlclo from tho
pen of the genllem.iu who since 1S6D has
conducted lis destiny. This artlclo will ho
the storv of the development of tho maga
r.lno and t.ill iloubtless be generally read,
lxdh bv th ngnrt. faithful patrons of Har
rier's and hy Hi many new udniireis, who
may be curious lo learn ths history of a
typical American magazine, which meant
su much to their fathers. Mr. Alden's ar
ticle will ba illustrated In Jn appropriate
A hitherto untraiHn'etl noi-el by Maurun
.lokal will be p'tblisli-d next weelc by
Doubleday, Pag." & Co. The Iwok will bo
called "A Christian, but j Jtonian." The
i-cenc is laid in tho Home of Dor.lltian and
Cams. Thn story is said to hc full of in
cident, together witli graphic, pictures of
the abainiunratnt of thn imperial rulers.
"The Conipiest of Arid Ameilca." bv Wil
liam i:. Snivthe. Is in prt-f-.s at Harper .?
Uri'the's'. The work is a contribution to
eioiioniio hi-tfiry. showing the important
if soils of lolonUatiou with tho assistance,
of co-operative capital. Tho author de
scribes tile Mniuioii economic system, tin"
Greeley colony ill Colorado, the Jliverslde
colonv in California, etc. Ho Miuw-s how
the arid deserts- of America havo been
made the garden spots of tile Pnlted
Slates, and treat of the gieat possibilities
in reclaiming tlieso heretofore sunburned
wastes. Tlio work is both pcptilar mid tech
nical. Mr. Eden Phillpotts. who Is about to leave
bis temporary Knglish resielcnce for bt"
home Li Torquay, has been putting the
finishing touches to the revised inantt-
j scilpt of a novel, which G. P. Putnam's
Sons will shortly ptiblbh. This will be called
J "Son of tho Morning." and not "The. Ivist
j of Her Line," as has been generally au
I D. Appleton . Co. will shortly publish
j an Important novel by .1. A. Altsheler. cn-
titled "In Citcllr.g Camps." This is a ro
j malice of the American Civil War. The
j scene opens In V.'ashington just beforo the
j arrival of President Lincoln, who-' In
I ouguratlon ! graphically described. Later
1 In the. story tho leading characters are ie
l united in tho South. A love story with
J plenty of dramatic Interest runs through
1 the book. Th' re are graphic pictures of
Shlloh and Gettysburg, with startling ad
j ventures within the Confederate lines. Thus
! Mr. Altsheler. who has already won a rep-
motion through his novels n the Rcvobi
l tion. the French war, and the war of 1S12,
is to become identified with the romaneo
of the war between the North and tho
Mr. Stephen Crane, who Is living on a
largK estate in Surrey. England, is at work
on a historical romance of Ireland, which
the Frederick A. Stokes company will prob
ably publish In the autumn. He has just
completed a volume called "Wounds in tl'"
Rain." This sinister title Is o.Ud to stand
Tor somo of this brilliant, but erratic writ
er's most vigorous and graphic woilr. It is
to bo hoped that ho will change the title,
both for this reason and bec-iuso tho firt
HMt "Crane" and "Rain" thyme may tempt
ertalii inespGtislble critics lo havo some
What many persons w.ll consider an im
pel taut Teuiivsnn book is in pics, for im
uicdUto publication by Charles. Scrihn'i's
Son, u Is by II. Hershey Stio.ith. Ph. P..
professor of philosophy In Yale University,
and will be? entitled "The Mind of Tcnnv
son." being an interpretatiim of his
thoughts and belief concerning God and
Immorality. In short, tho author's theme
h? Tennyson's philosophy, and tho examina
tion of' the poet's beliefs on the highest
subjects of man's meditation. Professor
Pueatli's work, although conspicuous for its
candor. Is said to be eminently ordcrlj . com
plete and convincing.
Tho Baron do Coubcrtin has jtit com
pleted his book on "Franco Since tH,"
which tho M.icmlUan Company will publish
at once. The work attempts to set clearly
before the world an unvarnished ac-ount
of the political changes In tho Frnnoo of
this ccnturv about which so many un
founded bediefs obtain in tho rest of Ku
rcpe. Kv-Fresi'lont Clot-eland's wr addressea
on the "IndepT.denco of the rJsecutive,"
at Princeton. April 0 and 10. will pppear In
authoritative form only In the Juno and
July i-fsucs of tho Atlantic 'Monthly, fully
copyrighted by Houghton, Mifflin -. Co.
"As Been Ry Me" la tho title of a now
novel bv Lilian Bell, author of "The In
stinct of Stepfatherhood," which Harper
& Brothers aro about to publish.
Logmans. Green & Co. will publish April
21 a new romance hy Stanley "Weyman, en.
titled "Sophia." Mr. Weyman has again
chosen to turn somewhat from the vein of
historical romance, in which he first won
hii reputation. He treats no longer of tho
Flaneo of Richelieu or Henry H", but of
adventurers who win their fortunes by
their swords alono In mediaeval fashion,
but of men who, as befits a more civilized
age. show their bravery and resoluteness
In other ways. Tho spirit of adventure,
however, is not wholly absent, for tho
berolna has still to bo rescued from evil
hands and her pursuers punished. But
though the story moves aa swiftly as In
tho earlier novels and does not lack for ex
citement, tho main Interest Is; of a dif
ferent sort, and one likely to gain Mr.
Weyman new readers without depriving
him of ills old following. "Sophia" Is a nov
el of character as well as of plot. The hero
is a heroine, and bears herself as such. A
rich prize tn tho matrimonial market, fiho
Is beset by Intriguing suitors, and ha
rassed by intrlrjuing relattves but tn spile
of all discovers the man of her cholco
whore she least expects to find him. and
grows under our very eyea from a senti
mental girl into a womnn of ready wits
and noble nature. The novel is based on a
ctrxso study of the times, and like "Tho
Castto Inn," gives their genuine spirit.
In l espouse tr Inquiries a9 to whether
"Dr. North and Hi3 Friends,' now run
ning In tho Century, has any relation, to
"Characteristics." It Is announced that all
of the- characters of the Utter reappear in
"Dr. North,' which ts a, coatlnuattcyi,
A Powerful and the Only Known
Solvent and Eiiminatos- of Renal
Calculi and Stone of the Bladder
!fe va!us IOufRha&Rialisin, Bs-Sghi's Bis
esserjp.!! illTUri& Acid GGnd'tas.
"T 1w d&k a&
m & .
Umlf r ci:otocor "sralsat.on It v nl! whoce IcidiievB ara taafar ZOlie to flQDO
Lrrcftdoai which ba bn di'.nwit ky tn for permanent benefK, all those fiis
E;rr- . tresstnz uymptoma aro aiaeHoratcd !a
Buffalo Lstkea tsKRi'to,"ii,tTOtoemni jmntfu
Testimonials which defy all impnUttoa r questio irtt ry addiejfc
Pft3PP:!ETCR, BUFFALO LITHIA SMIHGS, ViRfill!.
Springs are open for guests from Jnae i5th to Oct. 1L f
Tl7 ue retclnd from all dlrectiaM Un BuwUl DtTilUn f ttani IUflt
( X FOR
M ATHLETIC SPORTS
; I -r Everj-tbiu& in tho Line at Extremely
rm j J Low Frices.
j Eawliop Sperling Goods Go. j;
-Lfcitecr 620 Locust St.
though In ne sense a scnucl. of tho earlier
The "Queen's Garden" is tho titln of .-
charming littlo stun' of New Orb-ani hy
M. K. -M. I'avis. It is a romani n of yel
low fever lime, with something of sadness,
a great deal of gl nines?, and nothing of tin
honor or contagion time. (Houghton, MiHHi!
lCdwnril Ftratrmeyer Ins issued, thnnigh
Let Siiepinl. a oliime. called "Tho
Campaign of the Jungle-; or Under r.iwton
"A Smaller HPtory of Homo bv Sir Will
iam Smith, and "A Manual of Ihigich
History" bv Ivlward M. I-ancaster have
just been published by the American itook
Uuth I.e-winson is the author of a book;
for children, called "The Howard of Prlnco
chi rf nines-:," published ty Wiiliaui. It.
llool. It ceeii oil.
Tile fnMimiaz lf-.oU lw. lif-e,! sent to Th''
Ilrplll.llc for IC 'ri; :
rrnni .1. t.. Fiotai-.l IV.oTc nnd Stntlonerrj Conv
Ifinv. 4JJ Nertlt tV.itrto fttrcei. St. I.oilts.
"The Oilmen q lliivn it,, jt. j.;. jj Dili!L
li.ui: ll.niKhir.n Xllinin .t'Cc. il.Z'i.
I'iuiii lb p'iblislir.s.
' Tli Ciiajfilii of the .Iiaisle. or l"t:d La--,
f.n Tiifitult I.'ion " i:.- IMr-ini stiitent'jrr,
lllllftrjlffl Ji.st.ill- l.e - Shepitfl. il 'St.
"A Smaller lllitui.- of Itr.tnn.-' r,v sir William
S'mlth. I. '' I., .'ew Vurk: Anmrican Iloek
"A JI.iniMl (f Kngli'h HItory.' Bv Klwar'l
M. Lam asf-r. .Nep; Yuri:: American ll.wk i.'oin
j.jih. 51 .
Tlie Flernrd of Prineo Ch'erfiilnefev' B
r.uth -v !n.n. .N-jv.- lork: Wlhuia A. J;n
DEFENSE OF MEAT PRODUCTS.
Government Will 1'iepare a Statu
iiiont foi' Europe.
Washington. April i.l. No response, has
been rcecivetl from tho Turkish Govern
ment to the strong protest lodged by tho
American Charge at Constantinople, by di
rection of tho Slato Department, against
the proposed decree excluding American
pork .'rum lmiortation into Turkey, and.
it is not known hero whether tho decree,
will actually bo executed.
Meanwhile the Department 0 Agriculture
is preparing an elaborate presentation of
the reasons wny American pork should not
l,o atlnck'd In this fashion, and it proba
blv will be. the purpose to makn tho defenso
of our meat products, as embodied in this
statement, sufficiently comprehensive to
meet not only this propeseel Turkish decree,
but like hostllo orders and enactments by
other Kurope-an Governments.
EGG DEALERS IN COURT.
Receiver Asked for? the Largest
Business in S'ewi 1'ork.
New York. April 13. Justice Maddor of
tho Supremo Court to-day reserved dcel-.
sion In tho application of Elbert H. Martin
for tho appointment ot a receiver for tho
commission business of Martin & Murray.
Mr. Martin is tha senior member of, the,,
firm which 1? reputed to conduct, tli'i
largest egg nnd chceso business in the. coun-.
try. He has sued ht3 partner, Edward H
Murray, for a dissolution of tho partner-,
shin on the ground that tlK firm cannot
meet Ita Uaptlittea, This. 13 denU4 W I"
Dp. E. C. Laird, Resident F'witian
Hoi Springs, A. C, fartatriy Rest
dent Physician tt Buffalo Lithi
Tkuuvyort! Bsal trr Dr- tm!r4 ! Hn!.
etant VBTftcani at BofiVuLtthla Sprlaxt.
"A patient with strvnglf markri
URIC ACID DIATHESIS, luSeted fre
ejuerrt -attacks of Nrphrltic Colic, and at
theaKuetixBtrtroraaseverc Gouty AHc
tlod. Excrrtt as to the: usual tc catmant
for the-Telfef of 7csent paroxjfStaB, I put
wlw t . SpringNo.a, whicUhasbeea
Wflil&Ky attcntied with happy and re
markable effect both s to tho Calculoa
aud Ciouty afTection. Uader its actiou.
he has, at various times, discharged largo
eruantitsos of Cakuli and Sand. At ona
time he pas.?ed slMty-eiitt Calculi in
ene day, following ao attacl: of NE
"The deposition of fins sand not
Infrequently exceeded a TEASPOON
FUL. The followiiig out represcats but
mall portfea ?thUCalcuIfins matter.
Under microscopic examination 2S
was e-rldeat Hut tbo CafcoH were oris
fnally parte of larger formations which
had been disintegrated by thewmter."
' I will add that in diseases generally
of URIC ACID DIATHESIS, emsneins
RENAL CALCULI, STONE IN ttt
BLADDER. GOUT, RtfEUMATISAI.
BRIQHT'S DISEASE, etc., I know ol
no remedy AT ALL COMPARABLE to
BflFFAiO LmfiA Water.''
Under head f Brighfs Dixax
Dr Laird sttyt? .
BRIGHTS DISEASE IN EVERY
STAGE AND FORM is benefited by
In raaHvcatea lane amoMrta offalbu
men, cpitheRum, Ttyaline and franu
lar casts entirely disappear from tho
.fe.. ... tim u4Im ,Ktf If f KfJMA
Mermod & Jaccard's
3,000 Eng., Mailed Free.
Corner Locust St.
Zmctt-r.rk:d llama in Jm'rica for Fins Good3
WILLIAM T. H05rE3. 3. 1. DtEKNEITS.
ESTAPLISHTCrt XU W3.
Missouri State Mutual Fire aid Marine
OfBcB No. TIT Chestnut St., St. tutf. Mo.
Tl. Hell i'.oln nil. TI. Klaloch A103JL
Pcllcle Ar tVritteii en Either Stuck cr Mu
Z. B. C. Lueat. Audustus N.ilcrhut.
IJ. D. Walker. Henry C Haarstlek.
ts .veryvshcre reeOBni7ert as thf
STANDARD IfAHl etlLOIlINO taT
(Jrar or Bl'ached Hair. It rfpiHcu.
ticti 1 net nffected by biths. pcrmltft.
curling. 1 Mt.solutely harmlcu. and"
lnvalunlite fur tearl nmt mustache.
n-r application last months. Snen
rle of sour linir colored free. 1M
rF.n.iAi. c-tEM. iiFe;. co.. ss w.
rJd St. N. Y. Sold nnJ arplled o"M.
Viz .. B'raj-. SnM t ret.ill by Habo-
i'e. ti B'truv. ana woirr-w lis'a unit
Co.. Washington avenue and Sixth strce:.
fTnnL-e Praise Q
FOUR SUSPECTS ARRESTED.
Sicilian Emigraontst Thought ta Be
New York.. Aprlt IXUpani. tho arrival or.
the steamship, Trojan Prince, to-day an
1 migration. Inspector' arrested four Sicilians
from. Jtareno. Sicily,, who, art suspected, ot
belry? cojunterfetters, The are.; Glavaant
Vaznltop. Gtovano. Duwottno. hjs. wife;
Antonlcr, SjjArapoIq, and; ArcJiape.lc, Per.-:
F" v a.n!irrpl
aa -tggLML V liUIIIWl "yii
lS i"WHfcan jH
Bj Tif suf filled by tm
ADAM HUTU GROCEH1C CO S
l l mmi 6 et.,
AUCY20M and STORAGE
KafS" tr entry 8oiMay 0 irSiTtr,
IJ-tJ-lj CbiatMt: ?, SaKW fa raff-fearf
Cretultv. Kiln cflv-. SSL X- SbcflS nt"- Yl&S
I Hi!n IU5J St.
r -. . i .
f80e-ia-!2 GHOUTEAU AVEfiUE
TftlT fjy-at 1:I5 o'ctcc'ir. at our wareh." vm
Wit selt a. larm? tr.i arlt-J collectlcn- .! v lne
KCKXITTISK. CAKPIi'iy. STOVP.s. I'.Tf.
A. A. SHI.ICf ttIC A: CO.. Auctloueei..
Itrgnl.T Watl.te s'arrarit!' CTo-iI.y).
"IKE RQStnS 5BGTHSRS
13 WALL STREF.T."
CFTORGK W. T.KDnRKIl'S LONDON!
CASINO COJH'ANV. '
THE BELLE OF NEW YORK.
Tteservctl Seat Sato now In pragrcsy.
O L. Y W3 P S C Farowett Porrcrrcanrf 8
Jfatln-n T.xTi- at I. Toafgli: at .e-.u.
!.) KKIIA.V uh KATIir-SC!.C.
Mt..s i:i:hv a k tTiiKp.ivi:
SIIS lieu VN an KA'I'UmiUi:
ta iiixk or Tirr: snicr.iv.
MomUy Nnt "Kucan-'e Sh -v??4 Ilfnt Six'
"IX T1IK '.. UK.."
mm and mimm
.. V A II l E V I f I. n ...
Xsi Th" irnpiruTnt of Venlt. "
L- P.oj- & Clayton. Kc I:.-: fc l.-'
nijfl A. O inlner. (fBr!n Pocaj....
Ilarrl & Fields. Jim ,v Pa ..- Poaovaiia
Aroar.n Hartley. May V'n!.erth.
Waitf- lVa-.es'i Mar.1- I p,lte v tr.!d.
m Theater. Traikt? & 'bniltln.
Hoi.'sI.Ir:- & I.it.l. Tlie. Xinun- T.e.
io eto soo
OnCITESTRA CIIAIKS RC:5EP.Yr.n Mm.
NIGHT PRICES ISc. SSr. 3?. tiie.
THE GIRL FROM CHILI.
No Siuvby-CORrNNE. TUB MTTt.K HOST.
TO-DAV AND TO-3IORi:OW.
St. Louis vs. Bisffaio.
To-Day 's Game Starts 3:.",i) P. AL
Admission.... - - -eo and SCa
MUSIC H ALLIgSSBJE
Eir..!;,').:5r.ji:ffiii.3at..:;,'iiit:sit,tsf..;i. :. ;;
April SJ-f5alii Krewell Wnak five Opera
Five lectnrea win b gtvn tn Memortal Haul.
NinatMntii and Ljuubt 6tx. by
.ioiiv r-rsice, i.rrr. d.. vu. d
T Monday. April IS William Tell ana Poc.
jr. VTednMilay, April 1-tRS. and New "Way
of Treating Hlter
III. ITiufsday, April B Tl Fttlarallst Do-arft-fall.
IV. Monflav. April 23Th Jvei!ar Ruin.
V. V."rlneloy. April 36 Tli "WKc Coalition.
Admission 25i. Course Tickets $1.00.
Lectures Vein it t p..m.
Ko MATS. TBKSDAT. THCTta.. BAT.
tie iMinee I ROMANCE OF I l!;t Mini
T. Pit it ? I COON HOLLOW. I . '. . W.
Next Sunday Mallnet Heart of Chicago.
The Horn, ef Pollr. Two Kroliej Dally.
Jacobs ir l.owry's Merry Maiden. Presenting
(I5iirieviiieil anil L Msbllls.
Nxt Weelc LONDON KSLLKS.
jj-LTU-j-U-n-ii-ii " . -. . .
This I.lat Appear, on Saturday.
(ap rneana American Plan: r Kurocean: onOreMfl
HOTEL BR8FF BUREAii,
3 Fifth Ave.. Xerr York. I
?iEW YORKVioiTOB (5 GtrJTSX
AI.RANT.?:.Y..Hotel Ten KyefcepiJIup: aJIotj
do - Hotel Kennmre. tm
ATLANTIC CJTT. N. J.Ths Rtxlnir. ap S.:tctf
Co Hotel Derjily. up J3 tn Efi
do Hotel PUrreaont. a; Sit
do -Th Wiltshire a? tOf
EALTIMOirB. Md....7t Cirrolltsa. nr II
BOSTON. MaJ........Th.Bmnfititdc. I1.M. r
do Copley i. Hotel. p J1.E3 np: i 53TJtii
BROOKLYN. N. T.JIotel St. Georite. n H;P!
CINCINNATI.O.Orand HoteT.a? W.:1 up: er Jt
N. C. HOT SP..INGSJIt.Parlc Htb.ap tttrpUo.
KANSAS CTITY. Mo.Thn Midland, ep Jl: r Jtnia
lAKEtVOOD, N. J Lunret Hotieaa
e. i-ut-M-a ( Wmiss:er. hlirh-cls. reiin
Ht. t.Kii.r a. ) titl hotel. tir.collert fcpcufatav
LONDON'Eas comfort; raoderaf tariff.
NAPLES'. I'lly-Fartr..'. Htl: eptat. viw3 ftllarfl
NEW YOItK Fifth Averuv Hotel, an 13SV9
do.IIerald Sq.fnew n.-e-proof 3th w. KyjptllQ
Ao 3tevoeTtHoue. r tt upaJ3.ta
if.(CT:arr.bem &TC.tVway)Coniopolltarn.erll on
dni (C. E. Lelandlllotel KenBtagton. eiSZ50itija
NEW ORLTlANS.La.Naw Sr.CTharIf.aiU;ei15t
rARIS.aMir.pfl"ye. nr. exhlb'm d.'Iena Hbt
riHLADET.PIITA The Aldln. r J1
TAEHINCITON. D-. C.....Alnt9ii HateR. M
ie The? lUialcb. artaSatai
do .Th Jllchmoarf. an- J
DESIGNS POK MAitiJAUtlKB MONTJjrENTJ.
Design, plan, hpeclficationf and this wilt hoa
received by th ur.dcrslancd. ccmmtisloaenr. foflf
the furnlJhlsS of " moiuifint. cemprseil ot Mls,
eourl rrtnlte. to the rsernnr- of HoffjrabI Joht7
S Mnn:i1u, l't" eiovernor of tln Stat oS
Mlrsourt. in the c-:netry at Je;f.ron. City. M.
un to. Mom! ty. April 15. at J o'clock, p. m.. hef
th conrract wilt ho let The iipproprlatlon for
nil ercen?es In he er.ctloni ot thli rr.omimnt l.'
II 'A) 0i? Communication nnuM b addresMeA
to' the Secretin" of the P-oanl. The lettlnc wll
tako ulaco In tre office of th CSoverner.
I5N V. SnTPHENS. CSialrmaa, -JAMES-
M SIIIHKTIT. 1
A. A Lestjr.UK. HectaUry.
Jeff.reon Oty. Mo.. -March 21. 1JC0.
" .y- iiukocan.n,T.i.nit.
vSSuCyTte only posltlye. cam for- alaa
ItOSlacarttt-M. ir. r.wit.
r i4, nonsia aau mircutn. urug u ua&
, 11 rg DK. J. E. BLAINE.
Postal Ts'f apii Caiii8G J.
Malm Ofiler Baeledo Boliaiatr.
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREET.
41)0.000 Mile Whe, 3,OQO OCfteen
-e vronlil. brpleaneil to. handle- ynn
Telegram. Trr as. Telephone Mala,
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
tTSO A. XMJikbl.VA7K UV;
Contlnaea to. tern. r aoaraclatu! Bublla i:i.
Snt-eUa hasdt wotic, ruTcr no, chwolsaju. aa4
Baylnr lateljr. a.aoi)te4l XKBWUQ flalaJU Bhoaai
. "AtdM. v