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THE REPUBLIC: SATI'RPAT, APRIL 14, 1000.
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Used in" Millions of Homes 40 Years the
standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder,
Superior to ever other known. Makes
delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit,
griddle cakes palatable and wholesome.
mice oakino rowDEn
M'KINLEY'S SECRETARY OUT.
Gcoij'e 15. Corlehou Wi'l l.Vpl.iee
lolin Addison Poitei.
Washinston. Aprd 1" t)vng lo ron'iiued
lll-hcalth, John Ad-iison Porter, socic'ir
of the 1'irsiticnt. has tendtied h's resign i-
tion. .urn :iic president 1m .if .-I'lttt.! i. to
till.. effect -M.ii 1 lit l.
Gentg i; ortelvcm of New York, the
l'ic in a-.-in u.i s.eietirv t in Piesi
dcnl has been appeini-d in fit" oihe--.
Mr Poite-r's li-.i'ih was .-eiiouslv 1m
Jiaiiel about a vear ago liv a, 'eveie at
tack eiC Illncs'i. mv! sin then he h:i- been
at limes t Hived somen tut from the cnei
iius duties of his oliii-: In'. failing to !--Bain
hi? health and believing tint e'omplcte
tcpaiatiou iiom oll'elal caie- 1 'spiiiial to
Ills speccij aii d. permanent lecoverv. ilio
secretary has bcn constraint d to i nd"r
liis le'siMiaUon. which tin- President li.it l '
lui'tnntiv uci. opted Hi ;ih-iciiiiis e-njoin
ouupli . i.st and eh iimi'. thai ho i.i.iv
liavo lion ficiii: for rall impr.ivim'nt.
Mr CtIp.vou n.i hoi n in .' vork
Citv, July A, IbC; ami b'lons" to on' of
thn oldni lumilli1- Jti Kruitlfalhpr. I
ler Ooilvu- "orto!ion. Sr. lor lolly jars
fi nirnitiT of lh- Oji" futimlin? linn of
Opotro Al (.). anil hl father, Tctor C
CoitPloti Jr. .-,rc iiroinliipiit tlcur'" In
N"v Voik hiiMiiei-s ami ocial ourle u
In ISSt In' H" aiitHiintod rnn!i'n'ial
FlenoKiaiiliT In Hip fn-ifil M' it( Appial'
pi's Olliie at Ni-. 1 i.ri,. Imt ip-IkiiikI upon
Ilio (liaiiap o' ailnilmstiatipii 1" Marcli.
JfS'i In O'tobor. lc'(, ho ,ii .n)Kiinlel
f-pcietnty of tin- roti Oltipp Iiiiii'rtor in
thtrgp at Xcv. Yo-1;. ainl mo i.r- lTt'
Im'c.iiup niiute Ktii"t.'rv of rouitli A'l-t-
nl I'oslina'-lPi Clinnl ll.iiiiboin' Ho tp
fIciipiI i'l Marti.. ll''J. but A.i" Mpimlntrd
b Assistant l'ovt master tlrti'Tal Jia-.wvll.
In JCowinb . lvt". hf m.t arpohitPil "-tpn-osrai-hi
r of th" Pip.1hi1 a nil latrr p-
cuttK pi"i!c of Mr Mi'ICinbv ii" v.-a
Jnaili' a-j'-l'tJi.i "ii-i'lan ol Hip I'ri"-Idont
Ono nVlnrlc noon Is lPaisiK limp. S' I.O'lU
Tnlon Station, of "i Yrk l.iinitP'I " ila
VRiHlalin-I'Piitr-jIwini.i l.ino. Ti-iousb
fcleopprp. illniiif.' rar.
StocklioMcis I'locked :i Trnnsfcr of
TCpw YoiK. Aim II 11- lu'tiir JpnK nf hr.
Fuiirrnip Court, Iln-oLUn tn-l i Kmitod
thp appllrutlon of 'a M JpwpII foi an In
junction to li'sti.tln Tlinmie A Milntirp
nnd Hip oilier tnpinliP's of tlir It orsnnlra
tlon rmnnilttcp of tlip I'liitPl Sttc Mill
Jnc Pomp my from lianfpnir to a new
rompauy about to be crE-ini7ed a- the :u'
opor of the riiliel Siati". lillini; Cmi-
5 any eertrin hirp" of the llw ker-JoiiPi-uell
Millinir io-iip.mv amounting to W.
000. which lhp plaintiff had deposited vltli
tliein for the jiurjin-e of 1i.i1iik th"lii ev-
changed for United htate mlllinrr Ftori: on
The hlKhrst omo.int loaned on watcn'3. 01a
tnonilB. Jfw.lry and o'.I artlclfi of -Nnlue Lar
loanii a ieeialt. at low rates of interest. Uusl
nBB strictly conddentlal. UnrtdMrn-a plcoges
S. VAN RAA1-TE & CO.,
J2 anil 14 S. 4h. nlo 2I,T '. 7lh St.
flHBR, fiitul.. b U nl
dlniM tpcciillj; carat
.. -m- .... .... . r.nmlt.tlon fr... Dr.M.17.
alii. Sjwrialut, Boll.. Eld. 311 X.Tth St.tt.Iaai.
XTirtR. Scar. Tatloo n Blrth
ni.irky. Fur-rlliiouj Jlnlr-. e J t".r
nanently remoi.-d. i I.ui JJCb
A. i.. . ...llAn Thnne A 4oU.
J. WKIIJIL.T. St. D.. e-li Clicmlcai JlIdR.
J. T. FA1UPH
CHTLTOinN'S Day at the Dip: Ptoie.1 lou
Will find moio children'.-, poods to tho
ouare yard In Crawfoid"s oi-e than in
anv two stores besides!! You will find the
tIs newer, the assortments creator JUid
the prices lower!! Yen can verify all this
by finding out!! To Jlnd out jou must ct
there and look!I
Note. Av oid baking pou ders made from
alum. 1 hy look like pure povv den,
ar.d may raise the cakes, but alum
is a poison ar.d no one can cat food
iu:.fd with it without injury lo health.
the r prcPntatioiis of the defendants, whi li
.lie .illccii to lie tintme .is to mlil
ln ought Into the oomli'nstmii.
The cletenel.iiil claim that the plaltullf
i nietelv trvlng lo lPSi'lml .1 valid agioe
ment. which has happened to prove uu
piofitable. ILL FORTUNE FOLLOWS HER.
Steamer Mrisnavia Anin Aground
Philadelphia Pa A pi il 1". The '.annr
i:i-g.ula of the ll.mlmrp Am rie.m I.in
vliilo iascj; down the Delaware Kier la1-!
niijlit bound for llainburp, wnt ngioand
near the lower end of Chester llind. Tu?
wot" sent to her aid.
This S the -oond nrcldent to the llris
Svia witliin a short time. Several weeks
ao. while p-Inc down t'lf river, phe struck
a -imlcin olisiuicllon llcr bottoms v.oie
badlj dimipul. and he returned to this
ritj and nap pi iced in the drv dock at
l.o.i-uo J.ltnd Xau Yard. i:patr hid
Jim been (omplettd and she hid again
"larted on h'l oyaRO when h went
Me hiiif made n vprcinl effort (
pleixe oii in tinr
imi.v n.oTiiiM: im:pahtmi:m'.
There lirr no better lm,.' niil( nisido
tlian -Be iiJfir fir unle. U oluini. nml
)ie!lre jiinllj. tin. t our llnj
I'lotlilim Di-pMrllneiit i nil limit ti
ifti:it In ilili flij.
MILLS & AVERILL.
IlKOMIW AMI I'IM:.
SERIOUS MUTINY PROBABLE.
Alinei.s Tlireiiten the HritHi Sienin
cr Aiiihn's Cnplain.
Seat lb Wash. Apiil 11 -A letter ha
lwn ri-eeivrd heio which wa icnt from
Vancomer while the Iiiltlli yfanier Alpha
was .H tint pott. tutIiiK that tho captain
of Ihe Alpha bad ijrniHiiileil iiaMiient In ad-
""rY" Si'. UV ,cliv,ry r fniKbt at Nome,
lb- .. millets on board tin i-sU ,.
IIIIimI til eiitll)l Willi III.. .:... ,,,.1 ....I
Hit eaplain w.,, ,1,,,, . tt,ml,i j,.,.POl . '
Sllllll tllllel nil flirt ni.ill. 1 .1... I
th. mm ashoie iinb -s the p.ihi n-,
Ihe iiilmr.ipreii to mutiny if this- is
d.rie. and will put the eaptain a-diore and
yleim lo th Silurian ("nasi yj, n,m.rs
.ire orEaniziil ai , anntil and there is a
liiKt stotl. of pioxi-iuns on boaid the e
;el. Tin Alphi 1. ft anioiier neentlv
jiKallit the otdei!" of the rnlu-l States
Hi . line Scrvlc. whlih forbadi tho e
Ml landlni; In r fn Isht at Nunc
BOSTON PARTY LOST TWO.
Six fuses 0f Smallpox on tin;
Steniiier New Kngl;lm.
Honi. April 1.1.-lmiulrv Into the out
lueak of Mnallpov on board the steamer
Xfw rrncland. or the Dominion I,'ne which
-ailed fnan Jteston Teh-nan, J, and which
iPrtJ,N,,"1r'' 'n.li -'l lor Liverpool after
;"ai,".'T "'? '""lc of t,le rursInnbHs "
the ,nr,p'1 I"1 "T ,nlJr of thu 0rl"H. show
the disease developed ,hr( nfrkH
INSURANCE COMPANY FAILS.
Commercinl Mutual of Iowa Form
lo Suspend liusiiu'ss.
Dps Jlolnps. It. April 11 II. .1 -m. i.-.
was appointed reccner of tho Comnteici il
Mutual Insurant Company to-duv upon
application of OeorKe A. .lowett. Usabili
ties are Mated at JH.iW; assets, Kdm The
rec-iveitliln Is due to the State AmlitirN
S?Si"r:r-:.T.l,?5??..n aouut of
EXPLOSION KILLED" TWO.
Accident Demolished a Sawmill
Near Big Rapids, Mich.
Bis Kapid-s Mich.. April 13 -The boiler
i. nun c. outers sawmill at the h
vi ojivrster exploded last night,
uaiia Zimmerman, oged TO
James Moffltt. aped 25 years
merman was severely Injured and Is re
ported dvlnir. The mil .. "V?. V V1-
mollslicel. '" ""ieieiy uc-
Jowelry. clocks, watches, ftc. repaired
by the most expert T.orkmcn at Meimod i.
Jarcard'a. Hroadway and Locust.
Smgt, il'iali and litjjgtt made to or itr.
I'rnlilliitlnnlsta in Smnloa.
Mount Vernon. HI.. Ayril 1,1 The JofTer
K?..."''. ?h'W"nlfct? held their "on-
ic-j. H-ieiarj. 11. i.. .lonnyon: tieasurer
Charlet. i.trwood; committeemen Oilaneto
llam atid J. . Hooker. The selectlo , f a
township chairman was left with tho Ex
.. i.i.vii i..-uu. mm .seiecieu ileKLnies to i
State Convention, whieli meets in Cll ca-n
June. y,. County Committee ofliicis ,.J
elccled .IS fllllous: Chairman T M i. .
DOUBTFUL ABOUT .
Doctor Hyatt Sn.s !! .May
Clear, hut Umbrellas .Mitrht
CONDITIONS ARE BADLY MIXED.
Si. Louis Women
u 'liiime lo
New Die .e.s
Ale Anxious for
I.oi il loreater Ha(t of tlie W. ilher
Hunan had not deeicbd e-.i.nl.ic ixnllv
whit ailetv of weitlnr weuid pi-.ill ill
Si litlis tu-dM. lie leftls. d to be author
ity foi .hiv announcement lo the iffeU that
the fair maids of St. Ixuiis could i-allv f.jrth
without fear of hnlmr tlulr tnllels l.iined
npon. His adtice to every one who ha-i a
pcnshablo hat or sown is to cany an um
brella. Ho tajs that the sdv may be char,
but there are certain Indieatiot.s upon his
harts and readings on hi-i weather iiistru
menls whieli make thocr& possible anl
Whether It raln- or r.-t. however, the
weather will be warmer 'Ihe backbone of
wi'iter was broken bv the recent tlmmler
Ftorni and, tlioimb It ha managed to Inns
on seeral das after It -hould line been
far on lis Jouruej to the Xotth I'ole, tlie
weathpr from now on is expecle.l to be
pprinsillse. There niav bo a Flislit falliiisr
of tho niercurv about the llrt or Jl.iv. but
tins will not be for loin,-, and will In no
wise endanger ejnlatlon.
At the prevent time Doctor JIvatt. fiom
his iof.'v pi nh in th,. dome of the IVueral
biiildini,'. ccs clouds gathering which
threat! n to pl.n y.id h.uoc with the de
siens of those vho hope to attend church
fl'l I'.l-tOr Slllulav for tlie nnnin nf dimi-
liw their good ta-te in the - lection of
gowns .mj millinei The forecast for to
il i H ii.cr'asmg cloudiness and warmei.
Whether these clouds will hoer over tlie
citv ami Fijuee7e theius. hes out on Ulster
toilets u a quesjoii vt lilc-lx thu learned
w. nhT man is not ppared lo answer.
Ii. .'idle of the fact tint faster conns
two wiiks hii..r this ,ar thin li-t, there
has uten little opjortimltj o far to dis
play feralnlno attiie The stjlts for 11-0)
are ir.i re attractive than halo been veil
for oais. anl If further del iv is put in
the w.-iv of their s-eelm.' the smillirhi there
is lik.-lj to be a nns- niKting of the fair
'" '" which open protest will be m ide
S nst Doctor lf.itt and all connected
with the local weather olhce
The sunshine of etidi brought de
light to the liiaits of m.Tix and . .rtiiuiv
was ft It that all would be will for i:.i"er.
Ihe feeling wis viong fie little ..c.xs
Irn-ii gloominess w.ls 0nl i tale anl
there was no .Mst of good v either I r hind
il 1 lie ail wns lunlst in 1 Hi.. t.....K. .. l,ii.
!, , - ... IHL V 111. Ill 1 lllUli
formed s e-n to be rir-rt.irh.ln.- ....ml
bri'k wind would do much to open a sPiC
for the Min to shine through, but wind
is almost as lM,i ror milllnrrv as r.in.
on.Uie.ss to lie Held in Tans Sep.
WashPigto,,. j,ril iTlc twentv-ilrst
annhtixiry of ilm Intermilioual Scieiitliic
Congre-s or Provident Institutions will be
Lplcbiated by a congress at Paris from
Sopttmb. i :. to September S The assocla
tioii was founded m 1S75 and much Inter. t
.,:" ', ' ' -uuj.ci ny C.-OIOIH1 Carrol I).
Wright of the IVp irtrnont of Labor, who
lias onerf.l to receive dojumtnti and trr
i -pondeine in this country
The put use of the association Is to study
and exchange e.ptriinces. of tlie various
countri.s ot liurope and America on the
Pitt of statismen, scholar and .nlmnistr.a
tois regarding the legMuive and ailminis
trativo results or such institutions as sav
ings bank-, school swings banks, mutu il
"oilctl. s ror sick and otlnr popular in-ur-ame
foi old age and invalidity, co-operative
it. (.it. productive and dlstilbutiva as.socit-
The foumlei of tills association. M. do
Malnci. who I- the pi rmanent secretary
hi- leen diarged with the preparation of
s.-iular and unlvei-al historical r.port on
the progie-s of mese provident institutions
in the various countries of the civilized
world during this centurv This report w'll
s-erve as an introduction" to the jubilee se.
."-ion. and the names of the persons ,ist.
ing in tins worl: will bo mt-ntiomd.
A ll or I'lai" sttloncr,
Containing P1 s.,e).t, f mie ,vritinK pnp.r
td .t riivelopes to m.itcli, in cream, marine
blue or heliotrope, foi 5) cents at MermoJ
& Jace.aid's, I!ro3dvay and Locust.
II nfr- rortuviptftMmlftfjiff
WEALTHY GIRL MISSING.
Diipjieaiod at Sedalia Fatali-
lios in llcr Famih.
.s"diln, Mo. ,pri n i).nsy McDowell,
a ll-veav-old ?ltl from llenton CounU. who
will have JIVUki in her own right on at
talning her mnjotltv, camo here March :i
on her way to Philip), Neb, to visit rela
tives uir trunk arrived theru the I'.'d
of .Mnch. but thu gill has not been heard
of sni e fho reaeheil Sedalia.
An older biiithet came here in hearcli of
hr. but lc.arr.e-el nothimr de Unite, and fears
of foul plav are entertained. Daisys
grandfather was murdered while as(,p"at
hl home in llenton County last Jul', bv
some person unknown. Her f.itbpt " was
taken 111 nt dinner In August I ist, and died
before midnight, under suspicious ilreum
rtances. as did two veunger islcis after
only a few hours" illness.
LEFK0W IS DISCHARGED.
Prosecution Could Not Serine
tendance, of Witnesses.
Alpbonse Lefkovv. the attorney who na
charged v. Ith forgery In the iirst degree,
was discharged In Judge Sjieneei's court
jesterday morning by a nolle prosequi.
Ciicuit Attorney Kcgcrs said he had been
unable to get evidence against Lifkovv, and
he would therefore dismiss the rase
f'hnrles Hryant. said to be a leading ult
ni ss. is in Dili.iv. Tc.. and there wa no
mne lo bring him lo St Louis, lleiherl
Mills, the only other witnes". N n tIe pP.
Lefkovv was one of the leading vv itncs.se-?
In th" piose-cution of Mills on the same
eharge two years ago After Mills had ben
n-nt to the penitentiary his friends wured
Lefkow's arieit and indictment, but Arte
unable to support the charge in court.
TO DEVELOP AGRICULTURE.
Gerin.'iiiy Is Shaping Its LepNIti
tion InsufGciont Food Supply.
Washington. April 13. Debate, which h.ii
been in iirogiess in the German Reichstag
over the proposed meat Inspection act,
which, if pahbed. would practically Mop all
Importation of llvo cattle and meats into
Germany, hit. again revived the question.
What would the industrial and commercial
classes ,if Germany do for food if the Im
ported supply of breadstuffi and meats
should be cut olTV
Consul General Mason at Herlin h is made
an interesting leport upon tjii.s subject to
the State Department, under date of March
P. During tlie past century, he sajs the
population of the German Empire ha in
creij'ed from-a).(j,C0 to riG.OcU.Ouii, anl A
prorortionatc increase' would Indicate near
ly in.J.Ci(W.ci( persons In Germanv at the
clo?e of the Twentieth Centi.iv.
Kami, dairy and garden preiductlon docs
nrt keep pn-e bj any incins with the
.ste.'dv increase ol population ami ntilv bv
diverting tho ciplt.il and laboi which "now
furthers commerce and trade in Gtrminv
to the larms and lipids, can Germanv 's f.f.
turc food supply of the country be as
sured. But the task of turning back the
cour.g men of the Mini distrn t who have
mlgiatcil to the cltlcf. and oimght the f. vcr
of trade and tiaibc. to the drudgery of
farm lift, would be a. dlllicult on". Indefd.
a- would also h.. that of .ttlraelim: to ...h
inlliiral puiMiit. the capital that now
earns such abundant proilts from in. In itr
and trade. In conclusion, the i"oiis-ul st..( -.
that Ihe legist ltlon etiaeteil this j ear In
legard to the lucre Jfe of tho food Mip'pl.v
will hive a potent Intlnenee m s'l ipin" '.e
eeonomle lilstoiv of (lei many for veirs to
WEEKLY BANK CLEARINGS.
Louis Shows fin Inorniiso
Over Two 1'or Cent.
N Yell.. April 13 Tlio folloHlng t dile. e.iin
pllrd hy l:rnti..t, "hows Hi- lun!. clearings at
tli- pttiulpji rii. ror Hi' we' I. enil.sl A til .:
v ith tin pi-re. ntae (,r lucre is- and dcr-a-.. n
c.:nrate.l -jviiii tii .orri'iK mil i-r nit liwt x. ir
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rn t .it t t i .. 7,4 .-,
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SALVATION ARMY REVIVAL.
General I'.oolli Tu.-Ker K.p.'ried at
nni'cni ir.sr'i:-i i,
Texarl.ana. T.- April u r.ni,.u of
fiom.- magnlttKl,. S v, , , iMI11,,,
of the SJlvalion Armj ai this pi ,.-.. and is
attracting unusual attention I'.titradi-r
meiT1 j' .r A'i,Ile of ''"' South", stern
Divsion is liere fiom Kati-as Ciu and in
ccinjunctlon with the Unerend D P C
Jiiniiions of the r.iiuih strut 'm'p
Church. South, of this eatv. ti,e servkvs of
the army :,ro being conducte.d
On Sundav Lieutenant Commander nootli-
htate.s will .tnl-.i' at Texirkana to ai,l
In the revival. Dten-lvf plans .ire on roit
to accord the visitm an iiniiiiai ree. ption
A committee h. iKU1 appointed lo m. "t
.enejal Tucker at tin tram ind M.,it
mm lo the iiin of rieelinr Mav.ir Allen
Wlnlnm ol Darkira. Ark. will present
the addiess of vveleome lo tlie General.
Improperly I'lttlfir i;i.es.os
Do much hirm to thu ev ir Itoml. ex.
pnt optician at Mermod .C .I.kc ird's.Uro.iU
way and lyn-ust, mak's no charge for e
;. mining the eye, and Insures a proper lit.
Steel frun. . ?1 and up. soil. i' 'ind up.
l'ri-rl anil Un'U- r Oftm (.loss, iru :, $?l
ali-ejitis for Six Illinois Counties
A ii A wanted.
ItPI'I HI.II'M'I i-IVI,
Mount Vernon, 111. April 13. Kepn ut.L
tives of slv eoiinties m t hi r. tn-elav in Ihii
inteii st of the Pit mi r-' Institute work and
arranged ineetlngi as follows ll.irdin
Countv. Ocloner jr. .-mil "t: ilallatin Conu
tv, r.clobct z; and Ui. Whlti Countv. Xo
M inber P. and 11. Ila.iillton Countj.. Xov em
ber li. and 17; a general meeting foi entire
district, I'r.anklln. Xovunb. r S) and 21. .i,r.
f'r.on, Novembei "J ami "l, ciu Ciumtv,
November 7 and 2i. Wavne, ;V.v ember 2.
and :w: IMwards. Decunber 4 and .".. Wa
bash. December C and 7 The follow l.v?
workers vv en present I" A W.si jm wards
Count; J Vatis. Ilamiltou I'mimv; Ill
ward Schnldcr. llanll'i Countv, S T
"Matey, Jefferson County. I. W". J.iqmj
W'abnsh Counls , IZreVM ituutsingcr, W'hilej
HIDDEN MONEY FOUND,
I!eIutivesTlioulit Mis. Maker W
in Seuntv Ciieuuistnuecs'.
JefTersen Citv, Mo. April 1,1. In the home
or Marj J. IJaker. the used ladv who died
ver.v suddi nlj he tea tew duvs ago. anil who
bad lived for main- vears alone in pliln nr
ciunslances. v.a found to-day a considerable!
amount of inonej. The discovery of tic
money was made hv relative! who vvcrei ar-l-aiiglug
for an ndministratluii of the estate
I'lider the washstand In an old till can w is
S'iOO in J-'O, $10 and y, gold pices, anil in an
envelope and in corn, rs abut the room were
found 512". In bills..
Mrs. Hiker had lived the life of a recluse,
anil It was wipposed that a small incomo
from rents was all she had 'o support hri
The discovery of tlie mot ey was a gnat
surp'ise to her relatives, who had alvv.ijs
believed that she was In seaittv circum
stances. CHINESE BEING ADMITTED.
Fraudulent Evasions of the
slrit'tion Act Charged.
San Franclsco. Cal . April 11 morn
ing paper snvs that thoii-undi of Chines-;
are passing Up. barriers of tho Custom
house, and not only are being landed, but
ate being made native-born citizens of Cal
ifornia: each with a vote and qu-illlicatlotis
lo participate in the iiolitlc.it atfairs of this
city and State-.
It is s-serteil that during the last thiiiy
four months aver !P.(w Chinue have befu
admitted on tlie ground that thej were born
in this State, which fai.t. being aiimitte-.i,
entltbi them to the rUhts of citizenship.
Chaises are made tint this Intlu of
Orientals is onlj made possible bv fraudu
lent evasions of the; restriction act.
To Pull!U Asscusiiientn.
Warrcnburg. M-. April 11 The Count.
IloaiJ of llqualizatlou, in ''ssion heie, li.-.'s
decided In hen ifter publish In orie coun
tv paper the e-.tji'tv perinal .iism(iu
list It la thought that thoiirand- of dn'
Dni will be svcd tin eoiilitv t this pVn
iBoro-Kornialli'," (Illmcr R. Amend), used
as tooth and mouth w-ash in the morning-,
lcav'ca mouth sweet and pure all day.
Wholes.! lets, nJn,. Derided to En-
li'r Their l.'ield and Thus l-'ieec
Them Out of r.u.sinfsb.
WILL PROTECT THEIR PROFITS.
Jlei-linij to Me IIeJ, To Xi.uht at
Uhirii Steps Will lie Takrii to
-Mfcl the iiicuisioii uf
The members of th- St. Louis Itrtail Ice
1). ah is' As.,M,i0J1 Wth roiJ u IuiInB lt
Ligntsioin s lull, Lieve-nth and Prankllu
nveini". at K o'clock this evening. The sub
ject of the deljutt, is "how would juu Iil.es
to bo the Iceman this season.'"
This la r.o Joke. Any of the m-mbers of
thu association will tell jou that. It la a
question of vital importance to thorn, upon
tho proper solution of which depends their
bread and butter lor tuanv moons to come.
Aa a matter of fact, the retail Ice deal, rn
lira at present in an imcnvialilo position.
They are belnir crushed out of tho tield of
competition by uie wholesale dialers and
manufacturers-, v.'io havo cut-red into an
iLreenient whereby the large consumers o
1 e, v-.ho have heretofoie- purchased tho
frozen product from tliece "middlemen" ie
tallers. can purcha.se Ice from the whole
i.ilers and minufac.turt.ri direct, thus sav
ing to thcnisclv., the small pticentage of
prolit heretofore enjoj ed by the retail deal-
'Ihe question as to whether it will be
prolltable to b- the icetn tn tliii !-eaon was
lirccipitat.il bv tlie action of thu wholesale
n.aiers, who have, it Is H dd. decided that in
the pr'-ctit season they will deal direct ly
v.iih the 1 irgi r consumers of Ice. such as
the proprb tors of grot eric, dairies. ies
taiirants, saloons, butcher t-hops and .similar
establishments Heretofore these places
were- stipplli d bv the n tall ice dealer. The
n tulle r pur. Inse.I his Ice on the ear at th)
il. pot at, Mi, f-I a ton. and delivered it to
thee lonsumers, as well as to private fam
ilies. ,n lt small advance to pay the cost of
haulm,?, labor and team hire, leaving a
s-mall percentage ot prolit for himself. Xow
tlio wholesaler proposes to sell lee to the
large consumer at a small advance over the
price chirged the ri tall deilcr. the con
bii'iier to haul tho Ice from the cars or de
pot In bib own wagon or at his own expense.
This, eif course, will miter! illy cut down
the retailer's business and limit him prie
tlc ill', to the s.iie ot ice to prlv ite families,
a business which is so small as to be un
provable. Ilealiiing that tlie iontcmpIai.il action of
the vvhol. s.tli rs and manufai Hirers in.. ins a
death blow to their lnterits, the r. tailers
have is'u. a ( ircular eilhng a meeting to-
iiisut. i or me purpose ot organizing an ,i
c'ation having for Its obkets.-
I'u.-t-To prevnil tlie sae of ire to btilch
is groi rs, dairv men. ailunnkci pin-, or
anv inn. not In the retail ire Imsinis-., bv
manufacturers oi wholesale di.ilirs In ii e.
iinb ss Mil h i ustoine r pav the smie price
as would le i barged bv the letpll dealer.
Sei ond To i ite a fee ling ot good-fellow-Ship
iinong all Ice- dealers
'I nml To m.'kt the business profitable
And seve-rai other nasons which lick of
space and time do not allow us to mention.
1 D"-cf l'iicf'1 Ilnur in. Aui'iicafor
r.!: vi. i.i nr.i.i vitt.i: vtciu:.
S.bd Ccl! (I. lilies') IM to fl
Sihi Cold (Geiitkmtn'.s) I) to SV)
S Ml Mlvir (I-adles') 6 to 15
Solid Sliver iGcntlemen'il 10 lo i
W Uche'j far boys and girls ii to 10
All w irrantee!
Mi:r..MOD . JACCAUD'S. Droadwayanl
Hrtt'joi Watch Catalo'jHf Mjil'dfrtt.
OKLAHOMA'S WHEAT CROP.
Ti'iritory alay Yield About Thiity
c I limes, b inker and rallroid man, of
tiki limna "ilv. sav.s the present ilidlca
t'ons ,ne lb it that Temtoiv will harvest
between X.WtM) and ."O.iW. bu-ihcls of
wheit this jeai. and much of this grain
probablv will he .diipped to St Louis, tt
was s.jted lJst vcir that the total wheat
vi'Id of okl ihoma wat- about l'J.WW.frV) bush
el" Mr Jones b.ijs i,Cki.i4 v.ould be
neater tin Tuts
"Tin- a. leag of wheat this jear." ho con
tinue, i "is largi iy In i tce cf Inst yeir
-ini the proipects for a full crop arc also
liettir To be on the . it,. t t(,r esti
initcil vield is tilic'il at 2..(Afi.(1 littsheis.
bin th elijii'.'b now- ate It v ill be much
1 tiger The new rallroid from Sapulpa to
Oklahoma City gives tlie Territory ellrect
eniin.tl.ii' with St. l.oiils, and eiiight to
gre.itlv enii.itu,. th.. tiide of this ( itj- in
the futur- Tlie trade of Okliho-ni tntur
allv In longs to St. Ivnils Prior to the com
pletion of this to id, St. Lmilb was at a dis
adv. int ie. having no direct ratlin id con
nietiotis with Oklahoma"
SUBMARINE BOATS FOR NAVY.
io eminent Contracts for the Hol
W'.ishiiigton, April 13. The X.uj Depart
ment has signed a eontnet with the llol
1 mil Submarine Torpedo Ilo.it Company for
Iho addition of mine of their boats to tlio
l!v the terms of tln eoutract, the Gov
eriiiuent isij.i 1F0 fur the llnllmd. It
alo agifcs K pay flT..flu each for any
bat of the Holland t.v pe it mav pur
e base her. iftei, provided that tl.i" boats
ubill bo similar In dimenio.i!:- te the new
Holland, which will be larger than the old
The company midirtakia (i piotect the
ibivcrnmenl ag-.tinst anv elamis for in
Irlngi meiii of patents, and aDo to sell in
the Coveniment at a price to lie Ti-ved ,v .i
Pond of Appnilsers, .my or the piteiit.
used In the construction of the lioat, which
It may bo desirable for the Goverrnictit tu
A fm thcr obligation upon the company
is to furnish cvperts for a reasonable timo
K train a naval crew In the management of
tlie Holland. 'Hie compiny ,as bonds it
s' If in tho sum of fSXWt to complete' the
PEACH CROP NOT DAMAGED.
Kecent Severe Wcaihcr llatl Xo
tvilVct on Fruit.
ulutiel A. II. Livingston of Howell Coun
tv. this State, who was In the t ity jester
Uaj, sas tho fruit in Southern Missouri has
not yo far been Injured. He lives in tho
center of the great fruit-groivins blt of
th State. A single p-eeh orchard in his
i .unity contains 1.N-0 acres, and many thou-
aiiels ot acres of iJn,j j,, ,jmt locality have
or lit' jcars been cemvciteel into orchards.
'When I left home," sild Colonel J.lv
Ingstou. "iruit men s.iid the crop had not
Nell i-erinusly damaged by the cold weath
er. The pcae h trees have been In full
bloom fm some days. At the beginning of
the cold spell fcary were expressed that the
erop would be greatly Impaired, if not en
tirely elc.streiyed. hut thev have "tood tho
weather well. The prospects are alsj excel
lent ior a. large crop or apples.'
Catarrh r ihr .Slomueli.
ltabbi David ICIeln. cM Uiat Main street,
Columbus. Ohio, s.-ijs. "As a specific for
atari h of thu stomach Pc-ru-na cannot be
excelled. Pc-ru-na will do all that Is
claimed for it."
lleij- str,-reil f're.iii Poison.
ni'pi r.i u ..l'lii'iAi.
Sesiaiia. Mo. April 13 Clyde MeDonaid.
i. venr- eild. w.s at death's door last night
r i.-u tilriinniite nol-rnili-r- u e. . 1 irnn
j el link of bologrn saii.ageearly lii'lhe even-
in-, arei soon atierwarus was taken seri
ously sick. Phjsiclans spent the nUht with
him and by the use of a stomach pump
taved his lite.
The Best Prescription Is Grove's
The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Jivery Buttic
So That the People .May Know Jut
What Thcv Are Takinir.
cine if you knew what
contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct
proportions and is in a Tasteless form. The
Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drivcs
the malaria out of the svstem. Any reliable
druggist will tell you that Grove's is the
Original and that all other so-called "Taste
less" chill tonics arc imitations. An analysis
of other chill tonics shows that Grove's is
superior to all others in everv respect. You arc
not experimenting when vou take Grove's its
superiority and excellence having long been
established. Grove's is the onlv Chill Cure sold
throughout the entire malarial sections of the
United States. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.
COLUMBIA BICYCLES ARK XOTABI.Y GOOD.
Chain Bicycles eS50.00 Chainless $75.00
Laclede Bicycles Xote the Coneless IJearinKs, Eccentric Rear
Fork End and Chain Adjuster, Hubs with Knock-Out Axles and
the general finish, construction and easy running qualities.
Prices, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00.
Westminster Juvenile Bicycles.
Sporting Goods Store
in the World.
THE ONLY )
C CIGAR j
DEEDS MUST BE STAMPED.
Ifevenuc Killing on Legal Docu
ments of Record.
Washington, April 13. The Commission
er or Intcrni! Iteveniic has received a num
ber of inquiries from rcgistus of deeds,
clerks of courts and others, asking whether
tliey would bo Jiistitbd in recording deed,
etc.. which ore sent to them unstamped.
They represent that deed" are often re
ceived from the parties' who cannot con
venlentlj procure stamps, asking- that they
bo Hltlxed by the Recorder.
Tho Commissioner answers in the neg
ative, and In his reply states that tho
grantor, or person who makes or issues the
instrument, hhould affix and cancel the
stamp. If he omits to do 'o hu incurs a
penalty or not more than $10v.
If, lion ever, the omission is inadvertent
he may present the Instrument to the Col
lector within a venr from the date of is
sue, pay the stamp ta and present the
instrument for post-stamping.
The Ce.mmlssioner adv is. .s that when an
unstamped Instrument for record be re
ceived It be returned to the sender to bo
stamped, charging for postage and time oc
e upied in the correspondence made neces
sary by the omisnion of the stamp.
April lllrth Month Rlnus.
The birth stone for thin month Is the
diamond, slsnifving "Innocence." Diamond
rings, solid gold mountings. H to JI.'iii).
Mirtnod t Jaccard's. Hroadway & lyicusj.
.sohef Crold l!Wti? Ring a .-fitiilly, 1 to l?
Mlsnourt Suiiremr Coctrt.
,lrffrson City. M". April IS The following
wre the proodtni: In tlie Suprir.t. O.urt u
T! VISION NO. 1.
Jlunfonl vs Ixlt. muilon to tax cot of print
ing alistraets pusutt.i I for ?1S
)Ii)Iler vs. Ho'fnir. cj-ti uf printing ab.tncts
alloutil for (Zt.jii
N'ew- Englien.l Nian and Trtit Company vs
lirown; nwiion 10 uisinii". ai--. .i.-nu..i. .
Hell vs VWnklmati. nutinn to elNml".. aweal I
l'ld bv repun0ent I
warden vs s-ttz; ptinmiiin en i ni-iH.
Whlto Iav Stuck c;onimls!on Cui'irnnr r
CIUchco. Milwaukee jtI &t. Pant Jtallniiil:
antuea and sul.mttttd.
VvV'tport vs. Mullhollanel; iirgned anl sutv
mlttpi!. Donnend vs IC.m'as e'it."'. rehraring denied.
.Murri" M. Wliete. -ubinttteil e-i Lrlrs.
HefTerman is. IVittlcr. tranjferrt'd tt Kansas
Citv- Court of Apii'iil"
Ailjourneil to timorroev.
UI VIRION' XO. i
Thfl following car" v.ere urs-uffi and submit
tM: Ketterer vs Crvrfonl, Mlllock vs. Muleek;
Orand River Ludxr, I O O. P.. vs. i'nuTfor.1;
AJelphia LiKe. K. P. in. Crawford; )(.iei(;er
Lumber Company vs. King: Vncum vs. Sllr.
Tlie fclk'Ultig hfcs wer- submitted ein briefs:
I'ooiior vs. Jlalrhiy Selle v. McAnew ; arid
.Miirkucll vs. Markwcll.
.vd;ounieu until to-mern.-iv.
.Iiirymnn Decline lusnnr.
Murphyslioro, III.. April 11. Tom Goodivtu
of Grand Tower, a member of the petit jury
at the term of Circuit Court now in session,
became viedentlv inline at o'clock thla
morning, shortlv after court convened. ll
was taken In charge by Deputy Slier' rf
Stoker and placed in the citv- jail. His hil
lueln.itlon Is that an cnghi" of his own mal;
had le'cn stolen.
Good, Easy Shoes That Harris Sells, $4 Kind.
crtiac their iormula
not buv their rncdi
..$19.00, $20.00, $22.50
ma dc or
IMPORTED HAVANA FILLER.
COLUMBIA COME CIG4X CO.,
Distributers, St. Louis.
BROOM CORN FROM ABROAD.
Prices Are Highor
mcago. April 13. -Mot until this jenr has
there ever ben any broom corn imported
from Europe feir tlie use of the American
A linn in tills- citj k now re civlng a
cargo or 5f.i tors of corn, which was bought
In Hungarv. because, the-price in this- nun
try Is so high. Th broom lorn trust. It
is said, ba mm) tons In hum!, but will not
sell it for Ies than $l a ton
Tlie Hungarian corn was shipped from
Trlesle. With th- oee-fin and railway freight
charges this broeini corn will cost the Chi-e-ngo
tirm less than J1C0 a ton laid dmvu
In t hlc.ago. It is what ij known in the
broom corn trade as pale rul. self-working,
and dues not compare well with the corn
grown in Illinois and Kansas
The Host PrcsorlnMoii for UalnHn
e"liill ami fever is .a bottle of Ureive-'s Tnti
It is. singly Irnn and oulnin In a
t itele-ss rorm
.. ui.-- i-i i'i.. t rice we.
tfl.nin.-n Coi.rciicr.-itri.' Snnsnr.
Pine Bluff. Ark.. April II Getieil f.
.Viet ny. connmneilng the Second Brigade.
Ark it ms Division, rej-il.iv .anuounced thn
.appointment of M.ss Ileba Dewoody : sron
sor for the brigade at the L,,uI,jvIIIp, Kv.
eonvetitio-i. .mil Jll-s r.iIe Grace as h'er
tirst maid of honor. Doth are of this cUv-
LOSS F APPETITE,
Why suffer when there is an afiw
lulely reliable rcmcify for this painful
disease? People whose occupation
expose thtm to cold and wet think
there is no help for them, and co on
suffering for years with inflamed
joints, aching b?ck and soreness all
over the bodv.
is a sure cure. A few bottles will rid
your system entirely of the poison
vvhtch causes these tormenting pains.
One bocle will relieve you. so yott
will be convinced of its value.
ilrurzists have ii. The cost is small
and tiiere is no doctors till to fay.
'I his simple and safe medicine docs
tiic work. Prepared only by
Tft Dr. J..Mcttin Medicine Co, St. loafs, Ms.
Di Mi v