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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. 1000.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Discount rntc wire r. to T per cent m
rail ami timet loin'- Clcnrinot $-.9. .
ha!cnec. $73.4 Now ork cxehnncr.
pre miiim bid, COc premium ask. el. l.ouisville
par hid. loc premium akeJ. Chicaso. Uo
premium hid. 25c pnmlum asked, rineln
n.iti. par bid l"c premium akil- New Or
leans, pnr Jilil 10c premium asked
The Ioc.il wheat mirk, t closed higher nt
.V.-.- 1i Mm t-.'3.0 JlllJ W.c .-!'
- r-.. v.. - -..i eiri closes! hlRhe r
5c Mji. I-V b .Iul. IKillV N - v
elnts closed .it ".llt 1 Ma. 23'c "
23'iC No 2.
The local mniket lor stand trd mcs Prk
closed mead) at $n M for I--t s-.id. -ml a
13 Srt for Ihls -Me rnme -teim lnrd elo. J
at fi 9V. choice at 7
T,rt in,-.i ninrUft for spot e tton
IXC 1. AM) SlTltriil! VN.
An enrlv termination of the labor trouble
In Kast St. Louis 1- anticipated
V Inrpe number of Illinois counties were
repressed at a rr-eetins of Sup. rlnt. ndmts
of School held in Kast St I-'U.
A new rrnterral .ionization m formo.1
jestereUt) at Venice
Geron-e W.nshlnBton a rce.ro win! kel)
livo his onl) arm .i a nUl of a nstil at
No Jill North Gland avi-na.
Willlnm Mohrman. a laborer. as nrrest-d
e-harRcd with havlnR robbed the house cf
' a widow- at No KIT. Vita avenue
Itctrtas on the charges ..Rnf.ist S.iPP v
Commi-ssinnel Mcle- a resumed at me
Tho Joint Ccns.iv Committee hi H'ued n
letter asking- th. eiti:.t.s of M. 1.0" i
co-cperate with it In It- work
Concroman lalward .lett of lUUslK.ro
,M rcnomluited x-terdD) bv a uinnimo s
The ci'.z.n- of r.ctleviile 111. will invite
Admiral Donej to uH them humid".
The Knights of Ko'ior n-ln "' ,:a-' "
Ixmis will conr.r degress on lift) tiros
The verdl-t of the Coroner at ""
City veterdi) found lint Mrs Wlllla-n
Oorrican came t her d-ath bv -wlson self
administered Tlio Circuit Court it Valwirdsvillc vesto
eay adjourned to Rive way for the Deino
The clothes of Mrs. Or eke Kttrli seM
her jesterda) from the attack of a bull-
Olhcers of th Mi-wiri Nation il OuarJ
held a prrHmlnarj nit., tin? at Iho l'lonter
ilot-l jesterd i
Excise fomroilipcr Il-ccii -inm-incet
that he is awaltlns the Sm 'em our:
decision U fore p'Cc-edmK nsaiu-t the wine
rooms Mrs. E'eln Fro Hope, uiushter of
General 1). It Frost, dkd In Southern
i!aor James KrM of Ktr-as Cit has
mtered tho cntest for d.lestle-a'-l .rse
m the nemocratlc National Contention
S-iturdaj hta been declared hohdi 1
Oflleers of the Mermod-Jaccarl Jewtlrv
rvimpanj icn the .storj of a combine
Arrangements for tre lnej reception
nre about completed.
liree audience gathered nt Y Al C A
Hall la-t right to 1 ear the thjru .tnd or
chestra Members of the Board of Public Improve
ments ha little faith In the
Consrtssman Shaekleford yesterdav out
lined the po.sltion of the Demounts on the
Nicarasuan Canal It" Demoerits -i md
n tho Monroe Doctrine and fit or a thor
oughly American water a
Scnitor Berry offered an amendment to
Iho armr appropriation bill providing th-t
rappllcs h boURht from concerns not in a
trust The amendment wjs d"f".ited II
j.rookel a Fharp debnte
Governor Francis and Perm, r Ut.pre-n-tatlve
Ccbb aro working for the World s
Fair bill, and hate secured th- Mpport of
eeraJ more Congressmen
The Senate passed the Alaskan code bill
GENERA r. DOMESTIC
"Returns from the First Missouri Con
irrcEsional District Democratic primaries
Indicate tho reromination of Confssmn
James T Lloyd Mr. Richmond carri-d
Slacnn County b a big mnjoritj
Chairman Sam B Cook tiled a meeting
of the Democratic State Committee to dis
cuss tho relocation of the State Conven
tion, onlnj; to his trf'lief that the Audi
torium, at Karsas Citv Is lmdcquate for
the largo number of dt legate.
A German cruiser has ben ordered to
Veneruelan waters The purple an
nounced is that the Germans In that co ir
trj require protection.
Fighting proceeds near Thaba N'Chu in
the Free State. General Hamilton reports
that he sustained thirty casualties on Mon
day. The correspondence between Christ and
Abfrarus V of Edessa has been found
perpetuated In a Doric-Greek inscription
ever tho gateway to the old palace of
A meetinfr Rill soon be held In Kansas
"Cit to discuss the inspection of grain for
Sir William Van Home tells of the Amer
ican svndicatcs Interested in securing Cu
The Rock Islard has notified the West
rr Passenger Association that it will
take independent action on giving special
excursions this summer.
Division Superintendent R. D. Fowler of
the Chicago and Eastern Illinois has re
signed to accept a position with the Union
A car foremen's association was formed
st Fort Worth. Tex.
The pennlvania. has declared a senil
cnnual .Uvidend of V. per cent.
A charter for 20 miles of Stlllw ell's new
rvad has been obtained In Kansas.
Southeastern lines will hold a conference
here to-day to adjust freight rates.
' The Central Pacific held a meeting and.
Tho Schorr. Rennett. O'llrien and olh?r
big stables arrived nt tho Fair Grounds
jesteniay from ilemphls.
New York, May L Arrived: Kaiser Wil
lielm der Gros" from Bremen.
New York, Mny 1 Arrived: Frlesland,
VVntwtirp; Frledrlch der Grosse, Bremen.
London, May 1 Arrived: Minneapolis.
Queenstown. May L Arrived: Ultonla.
Boston for Liverpool.
Gibraltar. May 1 Sailed- Ems from
Genoa and Naples for New York.
' riymouth. May 1 Sailed: Tauric. Lher
jol; Saale. Bremen via Cherbourg.
Cherbourg. May 1 Arrived: Steamer
Kalserin Maria Theresa. New York, and
proceeded and arrived at Southampton
Gibraltar, May 1 Arrived: Knlter 1il
helm II, New York for Genoa, etc,
Yokohama. May 1 Arrived- Victorln.
Taccrma, for Hong-Kong. Sailed: Steamer
Argyll. Portland. Or.
Marseilles, May L Arrived: Hcs-peria,
New York, for Genoa, etc.
New York. May L Arrived: Aller from
UNITED CHRISTIAN PARTY.
Principles of Christ to Be Carried
Rock Island, I1L. Mai The first national
assembly for the ChrL. ian Political Union,
the result of a conference held In Chicaso
In December, convened here to-dav.
Preliminary to deciding whether to or
ganize a political party, tne convention nls--ussed
the theme "The principles or Christ
Shall we apply them In concrete form to
State and Natlonnl Government through a
Christian political union or pnrts t"
The convention answered the question In
tho affirmative. The name of the 1'nlted
Christian Party was adopted In place of
tbq Christian Political Union The com
mittees on resolutions and platform will re
Dnrlnir tbe? Past Flftr Year
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used bv MILLIONS OF MOTHERS for
their CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING.
vlth PERFECT SUCCESS. IT SOOTHES
th. CHILD. SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL-
XAYS THE PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC.
end Is the best remedy for DIARRHEA,
"(Ask Icr "Mrs, Wlnslow's Soothinj Srrua."
MR. BRYAN CHEERED
BY THE OHIOANS.
Ili-iiKMi.Mif Li'.hIoi- F:i-(1 ;i
nniloil Hoimif nicy :it ;i o
FIRM ON SILVER QUESTION.
vlfiH-i.il W.uiu-i Aini-I A::iiii-!
SnM-iiic .Mention f r, to i in
llle l.ll-.l Cil II.ii
v. j uih-j ci:i:i:i.m w
ni-.Pi mac m.xii.
Columbus. O ilav 1 -Mr. Ilr.vaii a..he
at 1 oMoek this moiling In I'ort Huron.
Mich, and, without l.rr ikfast. vi.irt.-d for
CoJu-nbus i ujs , ,r,. lirl.nt anJ hl
fjee wis radiant with htalth. As the m
rose ..vr the vvtster.n fields and v.oods. the
tir-d lea.hr tried to sir, ,, ln t. , lr (Jt
lVoin tinif u tln-e le was awakii.il fr..m
his ilnmsi r0st to sh ,ke tnnUs xvlth .. pis
senger. t ,erj station In v.-js ch Ted
Wh.ii the train dihM I..-tr.ii .Mr Hrvan
wa driven l,. ., ),o'el ir bte. kf.tt hv
l'rsi,!, nt Gli as.,n f tne Mm,k fhb.
a.tr wild, he roitlnufJ his rul'VHv J.mr
ikv 1 hiveb-eii oer tin- pirt of th niu-i-irv
with Mr Hrjan mure than om. and
lever hn ,n a ,n(,r KIii.Uv ill-pliv ,.f
eourlfsv towanl him fmi-i friei ds an I fo.-
As tlit tiam Lired Culunibtis a ...uimit
tee from th- titv Juhkm! the lad' nO -plained
tin airargdiitnts fur to-nlUit -n
j meenn-. ami .,0 informed him that
the Cdumhus Hoard of Trade, op.pi.st.il f
U.th Kepubtirans and D,raiurj, invitnl
him to attend a hanque: atttr the matins
surprise nt Columbus.
fter Mr Brvan arrid in Columb is a
springe tiling happ. ikiI
The two most t.nc.impnuni-'ii" an! rad
io .1 fr. e sihir men ln Ohi t n. r.l .rn.r
andAlltnW Ihurnmn. called on .Mr !rv in
and ured him not to consent to ln- sv
ten to one- nuiitione.1 In the Kn Clt
M- Iirvan's finil. sweeping ami defln!'
tleclar ition of his po-itior. sinn t . t' na
tion through voi.r eorrespondent 'n div nail
-urre.1 m, ur men of tht whole c.hitm
as Wi.11 as the gold rtand ir.1 men
fit-n.nl ft.in.r wn-. an origin .1 fre- sil
ver l.mler the founder and presi i. m f ,h
1 rt-e hjUe- I.iKUe .tnd a mnt Isir.i. I
honest mid agur. siv,, Liu e'alhsf It w..
M- Brvan s vt itement (publish,, j n Tile
H.puhlli- Ta.s,lav moraiucri it.... i...ir.i.
him to the 'eider of the Demon .In pti
to plead ngalnst a reiteration of tn. rain,
of K to 1 as a vital pre-, nt I-ue
"The (omlltions to-da. are n,,: ine intuli
tions of ISst.." .,id G, nenil mri -.
1 ive bten tlRhthiif for an aduju n, sup,,!,
of automatic inonev and no blni'lnlli:
ared vv lit tiler the roonev was v.llow or
whitr s0 long as thr- was ,n..a?i ifonev
The mu discoterl.s of geld and th- rnor-tno-is
output of th-gold mir. s hive ,mir.-K
(h.utkttl the tondltlons e havo mmiej
nou jh now
"In Iv', the whole annual production cf
t,ohl ..ml siivi- was only $3ici' I-t
nr the prod.iction of go'ld nlone v t. more
than SZ.GMa Hut for the Interruption
of niinlr hv the Boer Hir the output of
.iM alone this vear would have reached
rrolviblv- syM'V-y Our platform must b
scientific It must aece-Ie with ficts It
mn. t r'cocnl7e the changed sttuaiior. The
ratio Is unlmportart The importnnt thln
is to heve enough mo-ej r should point
out to the countrj the fact that the present
high prices are due to an Increas.! suppl)
oi monej. winch proves the quantatlve
ineorv oi monej -
Grneral Warner aid .Mr Thurman urgei
Mr llrvan to fi-.or the follov Ing propos-d
plank which was alnpt.J a few dnv ago
by tin Olio Association of Democratic
"Wo flrml adhfre to the Chicago plat
form ln Its entlr.tv i i trn- declaration of
Imocratie prlncip'es from which there cm
be no departure. While the Increased tra
duction of gold since 1"5S has brought ome
measures of that relief which Democrats
contended would follow lncrenseu Mipplv of
monej. It proves their repeated assertion
that the fall of prices and consequent de
pression of business from 1S73 to 1S37 was
the result of causes which sjKer, under fr.e
coinage, during thos,- vears would have
r.medltd. and therefore In nothing disproves
the coundness of the rinclples on which
the claims of blmctalllstn are based Nor
does It prove that it Is af. to rest the sup
ply of money for th whole world fo-- all
limf upon the accidental supply of ono
metal for any plngle period
"On the cuntrarv. If the world's vast djhts
are ever to be paid or the xchanes be
tween sllv er-usinff and gold-usinjr nations
are to he untiled, it mut bo on the base
of both metals, and not upon one alone,
and we, therefore, declare our firm adher
ence to both f,cld and i-ilver. not onlj at.
the momy of the Constitution, but as the
onl safe reliance of supply if automatic
money fur the world"
Mr. lrin Firm.
Mr. Bran was firm In his rosltlcn thit
It would be iinwi- to make anj departure
lrcm the position of the partj In lsl
A gnat multitude roand a vvelc-jme to
Mr Brvan ln the Auditorium to-night The
VESt structure was crowded to its utmost
capaclt and hundreds wr.- turned awav.
There were fullv 10.j0 in the building
Stores of Democrats who voted itcalnst
Brvan in 1S were oLsrved In the audi
ence. No such Derrc-cratlc meeting as this
was scfn at this stage of the campaign
Tour jears ago It was made evident that
Mr. Brvan faced a reunited and rt-enfjreed
Congressman lntz Introduced the leader
as "The next I'rs:dttit of the 1'nited
After deelarinK that the inonev question
would never die so Ion as English (min
ders were able to control the financinl
policy of the Uritetl Stntes. Mr. Bryan de
voted 1 Is main speech to the trusts
lit' Satisfies the 1'oweis, Keyanlimj
I'roiOMd Tariff Jnciease.
Constantinople. Ap'll 3J The circular s
saed by the Porte relitlve to Increasing
the customs duties states that the raising of
the duties to 11 per cent is more in the
n Uure of a project than of a decision, it
milting the embussies to acquiesce. The
circular maintains that a provisional meas
ure is rend-rcd nece ssary bv the exlci ncls
of the financial situation and requests the
embassies to aprjoint del' gates to conclude
An irade Ins been issued prohibiting the
importation of all electrical apparatus. In
VKCDI'I 1TIONS SOON TO IICGIV
London. Mav 2. The Constantinople em re
spondent of the Stand irti sas;
"The note of the Porte on the customs
eluties is iltclired bv the embassies to be
eompletely satlsfactorv Negotiations for
the ailoption cf a specific tariff next ve-ar
are expected to begin soon Thus the Porte
e loses whit threatened to lie a disagiceablo
FIRST GREAT LANDSLIDE.
Dpinoriatie Triumphs at St. Paul
St Paul. Minn., May 1. The municipal
election to-day seems to have been a regu
lar Democratic landslide as compared with
two jenrs ago, when the Republicans car
ried everj thing The Republicans concede
the election of Robert A. Smith (Dem for
Mav or by at least 1. while the Demo
crats s.iv thnt his plurality will reach SO-K)
The Democrats alo probably elected the
Comptroller and the Treasurer. The Demo
crats have elected seven of the eleven Al-
I dermen, but the vote on Assembljmen Is !
J jet too fragmentary to indicate anything.
Tour .MichijMti Vill.ics II.ie ISi-t-i
""! 1 0eil li Folel
THOUSANDS ARE HOMELESS.
'I'tees Hud i!i,.s.ii I t .1-Tinil'i
.mil :t Slill liieee Is Hlou
inj; iil lir.ilcii
M.i .,l..i.i. .M' h Mav I 1 hr- Iwwii ci
Arnold bus i-ft n wind out b tin foiel
lir. s -j-his 111,,1,,-s she fouish town to b
Itstioveel A pis-ni.r train iculu-J lm,. to-dtv
b.in the tlrst in two .livs iK cedir
vards uwn.Hl bj p, rrU-.i i J-oi.s. C II.
V.rttst. r .t. Co and l.lml-l. Compan
"' humid Iifs, VtV"'. in. iu-uranie
The wins are all dov.n .ml lallvav
t rattle is sup, n,, ,) Tm fire st tires to-r
an aii. i of iliiriv-thr miles. Menditig
Urstuaitt as far as s msoii and north
ward to Caibon.l.le .Mltli Tluv ir
Mii.h eon rn Is ,', It rr si,, , launs in
V'lH.infine Coiiiuv ..long tin ...rtliwe-tert.
Wis, oiisln and Ml. lilv. m aid Nnitlnni
t.sids. Prions .Iim.iv mut r.xult. as
hikh winds pr-vail
Tie I.vt.iiu- eamps of W. IN l.uelingioii
and Van P"hack t'ompinv tie ir -nes. the
tnnn dtstioted vesttrdav hue biti wi-U
In addition to tho- upi.tti-d ilestroveil
v.st. rdiv. ne tin .,-dar pieiduct vlllaj.es
of S.U.1US011 ind Girmi i.n tht is. unsin
and Mulligan It illro.nl All Im-omin train
fren. .he North .ml over the St I'mil
Iramh r. port tires r.tUtiA in ill .',lieetion
fiiii: s-jii i, sp-ti: im..
Marinett, Wis y ix 1 -Anie-. Mich . the
town er.tlrilv ilitrnisl , fr. t 11-es hid
a j.ipulation of S-v There wis i "tor, . o
dar vard station and tif'.en or twentv
Alorg the right of wav of the St Paul
Rillwav north of Ellis .lunetlnu. the tires
.-.re still ruing 'Ihe wins ir, .,n ,,vn
ninth of Fi-h. r
l'me-t tiles .ne ..!,, said to be hurtling nil
along the s.oi roid to Mlnm i.ls The
jiojertv and timler .1. strojed ilie-ide will
l-iiibilil meii n . of i,t ipioe ,.
V .lispet.li from E.si T.iwas. Mich, savs
thnt forest tires are running thrnuli tun
her lani- and cedar swamps In that Iottl
Itv The pllthi if th" people In the burred dis.
triet Is t ruble, as the countrv is verv dry
Minv lumber eamps have been ilestrevil
and fnrmtrs hive fought th- ttre to save
their homes Th- loss will probiblv reaci
lev.ral hundred thousand dnllirs unless
mill son fill', of which there Is no appar-
i oi i n"peci
hires are also burning along the Milwau
kee ar.l Soo roads, and serious .'.image is
fearel tl eje
FIGHT ON A STEAMBOAT.
IV.Heni.iker Sttiliheil mill One Com
li.il.uit I M owned.
As the result of a fight on the Dl imond
.lo Line steamboat 2-idnev whleh plies be
tween Burlingtor. In. and St Louis. John
Spike?, a regro. was srousv- stabbed In
tho abdomen vestereliy afternoon by an
other negro known onlv as Had Eje," and
n whit man named Charl.s Hognn, who
was in the light with Spikes, jumped over
boirfl in order to espane Inturv n.nd was
f drownifd. "Bad live' got awav
Spikes was removei! to the ""! t y Hospital,
where he was examined hv Doctor Nbtcrt
and found to have been stabbed deeplv In
the abdomen The m in's condition Is seri
ous Spikes told tin. following story of the
"Hod Eje" and a white man niimed
Charles Hogan sot Into a fight over some
matter that I did not hear about lnn
I saw them fighting 1 wmt ln to sep irate
them I hid nothing against cither mnn
and was only acting as a peacemaker
While thus engnged 'Bnd Eve" plunged the
knife Into me 1 don't know nheth.r he In
tended to cut me. or whether he made a
strike at Ilosan. and I caught the blow As
soon as 1 felt the knife stick me 1 fell
from the pain It produced nnd I do not know
what became of eithtt 'Bid EvC or Ho-t-an
It is said that the tlj.ht wis the result of
a quarrel over the possession of a see eater.
Hogan and "Bad Eve" w.r. battling flcrcelv
when Spikes arrived on the seene He at
tempted to patlfv Iho cinh Hants and re
ceived a stab wound In the aUIomeT. Ho-in.
It It sild. took utlvnntng. of his opporttinitv
to escape from "Bail Eve" and Jumped ovr
boaril The j ollce (siv thel he- veas drowii-,1
The boat was near the foot of Tvler strtt
at the time It was moored and 'Bad Eve."
went ashore. He a" not Captured
The police of the Fifth District received
their report on the eae through a messen
ger from the captain of the boat
A man who witnessed the trouble on the
ste unir from the shore s.dd last nlrht that
sev.ral shots were tlreel In the course, of the
affray. H" could not tell whether an of
them took i neci. owing to tne instance at
which he saw tin tight This man r. fii"sJ
to give his name It wee hih Impn "'ion thnt
a rl.it v.as occurring among the roust .bouts
on the boat
Isaac I Lnsk, agent of the Dlimoiid Jo
Line. ald last nlnht that he had not heard
of the affair oll'elall
TROUBLE IN ORPHANS' HOME.
Slonnv .MeetiiifjOf Diieetot.s of Des
Prom outward indications all Is not sen ne
ln the management of the orphans' home of
the Evangi Ileal Lutheran Chureh at l),-s
Peres. St I.ouls Cnuntv Trouble that ha-e
bi .1 brewing le ild to be ne ar a cris..
Alembers of the lhurd of Directors ad
mitted jestenlnv that there had been a
stormy m etlng on Mondav evening, at the
eonrluslon e.f which th suierlnt ndent. Mr
E. P. C Lutr. tendereel his rgnatlon nnd
inslste.1 on Its acceptance This was done
nnd the Institution Is now without a nom
It Is said thnt the trouble was pr.cipitatcd
hv erne director, who Is iH to have been
ilissiitlsfiid with the mnnner In whleh the
institution had h.en eonductel A special
meeting of the hoard w is called to eon-s-idi
r the m.ttet The Reverent Theoetore
Miessiir. pastor of the D( s Pi res Church.
..nil a m liorltv of the directors thought th it
cvervthtng e-owld he adjusted satlstactorllv
and "went stntlng tin Ir plans when. 11 is
said, this director strtnuously ohjctid,
el timing thete eotild be but one solution of
the dlfflcultv Then it was that Mr Lut
offered his re!iciintlon Mr Lutz IihiI he..n
suiierint. ndent of the Institution for the I tat
TO WELCOME WEBSTER DAVIS
Mt't'tiiifi of Moit Sunpatlii.i'is n
At a meetliiR of Boer sj nipnthlzerr. ailed
by Doctor Hmll Preetorlu. at the Mercan
tile Club !at night, to take action to se
cure the attend inee of Webster Dlvs, lite
Assistant Secretary of the Interior, at a
mass meeting to be held In St. lands, a
considerable crowd Rathe reel Doctor I'ree
teirlu explained the nnture of the meetlnir
and a ll't of 101 names of rmlnent citi
zens was presented as a Committee on Ite
ception Mr. Davis will be in St I.ojl within a
few wee-ks, and hu will make a pica for the
Boers, giving an account of his recent v!lt
among them Anions tl ose present I ft
night were: Doctor Kmil Preetortus, 1M.
1 I'ree tortus. Doctor L. lire mr. Doctor
John ORelhv. Doctor P. S. O Iillj I. M.
Crunden and (icorse 1 Tanspy.
Doctor P. S. O ltrill and Georce K.
Tansey were i.)ipolntesl as a committee to
secure funds and a hall for the meeting.
riflrenlli Word V(.rinK.
A rrectlns will be held this cvenlncr nt
Seventeenth and Wash stieets under the
ausn.'es o the rift.s.n;h Ward Democratic
Cluh. speechet D well-known Democrats,
music and refreshments will be features of
DRY GOODS UlUPtM.
To-Day, Wednesday, May 2d.
Dentelle Stripe Taffetas, Fancy Stripe Satin
Duchess, Pekin Stripe 'Satin and Corded Persian
Gros de Loudres, street shades.
"M nitifacttirtrs' Prices lo i a Soo atnl IKJi .
'l-incli Printed Foulard and Japanese Silks, dots,
figures and stripes, on blue, gray, reseda and black.
Prc-sint U'lieiloale I'rues Toe .mil So.-.
IJ.'iix's Aiim iiiliiieui to tin- Aiin.x
A;iiop:i,iti!ii P. ill !'iool.i-il
MEASURE AIMED AT COMBINES.
I'toimsitioii in Kcsiiiil 1'iitcli.is.i r
Ainu Siiilk's to Ami Ti list
I'liiiiciiis DcliMti'tl !:iii
'iilii is(.(l St'M-lt.
.islinim,.i, M , 1 - In .otisi.l. ruin th
minv aiipit.prlitiiui ill! t..-d..v s n.itur B-1
n offered the following amen In ft. ilr.i 1 j
at tn-j-ts I
"Th. cJiinrt.rinisitrs litpie-fe nl In!
m iii S lou'.iacts n.id i.uteha-. h, o' arllei.s !
and sj j,!!,., for th( militaiv s.rvlee. Mill!
t-ie iireferet.ee all either things imludln
I'iee mid i lalitv, bein e.U il. irtitl.sof
the growth pi.iduction .-if.l tn inuf n tcre of
the fill!,. I StH,,. ,ir,j JV itwien the pro
eiueers tiiant.faetu'. r mt hints i d li i'
rs of the 1 nit.il Mate, pre fei nee hn!l be
fii.e-n. all orli. i things liuliielliu 1 r'ee an 1
iual:t. bt Inq: ieUil to thost piii.'uor-,
m in-factui. rs men hints and .leiibrs vim
arc not memlers of or m ativ w iv onu ted
with anv trust e.r oniljlne formed to pro
duce. rnauufiK tin., or s, n the nitlcles wht.li
are b inj; cnntr.ut.il fur and purchased hv
the QuaitMttitMer's Department for ll.c
Mr S. well of New lersej l-.eii-I--.il whit
1 e inenrt bj a trust V h it ni re connnonlv
Vnown .cs tni"ts he s ild, n mnnv intanre.
hid proved to le public be lit factors .He
designated the Stand i-d Oil C..mpin and
the Americin Pui;nr Iteilnli'i; Compnnv as
two comhhnti.ins of tapital whleh hid
cheapened the products to the people
ThU "Populistle sentiment" alwuit trusts,
he said, was the adoption of the small wavs
of the pist of transacting business and v as
not ln aii respect bind upon peid jense.
Hern Ite-pllm n, srn,..
Mr Berrv repli. d tint he hil not ex
pected .Mr S. well to he in sjinr.vtiv with
any effort to curt ill or destrov the lower if
creat combinations of c.pltal Hi leclartd
thit the question of trusts was ,,ie if til"
Kreaiest now fu.ed ilip pe.ji'. of ifie
lountrj He knew, he eald. thnt the leader
of the Hepuhllcan partj were lot In favor
of trusts, and pointed out tint the Repnh I
ne ins oi worn mm i in wera ni'i ajt'i.itit a
platform condemning; trusts
Of eourse," sill Mr. Berrv :' plml.
was n feeble one. hut It was a pi mv
Mr Havvlev oppos, d the ..mindme-it in
the Rround th.it the ottleers of t-- ..-ntv h . I
no option but to aceepi the lor est hil-. for
Mr "Stew irt said most of the I. cs ,t'r
efforts ajralnst tnisii Ind been "i rf.-etlv
wild and crazv. " and the prou.ed aireiid
ment was one of a i -imedj of error, en the
Mr. Pettlsrcw nttackn! Mr Si walls
statement that the Standard fill Viiipuiv
and the American Sui-nr itehnlni; '-.jn.piiiiv
were benefietors of the jieople uiel had
cheapened proelucts H,. prothic. d tlcup s
which, le maintain, d showed t'in' neitli. i
of the companies mentioned t".il e In n:-n. .1
Its jiroiluets its action at all times be ins
dlrecteel toward the eni'lilns ut of com
petition and the Increasing of it. own
Mr Stewart maintained thit the onlv
remedy for trusts v. is comp. titlon If a
IfSlsIathe reniedj could be found, he would
faveir it The re vvi re combinations of capital
tint were bnd and others that wire c,Oud.
-Seuiilr n 'I niMl."
Mr. Teller "Will the Snilor tell us win I
is the liifferene-e ltweiu bad truts anil
"The Senate of the 1'nilnl States is a
truM." replied Mr t-tewnrt. "ami 1 lie
He ve a Koenl one" (Laughter home of the
trii-ts he said vie re tnoropollfs. and tluv
were bid Leive eompi titlon uutramniel.-.l
and the people v. Ill ill theinsilvis of all
hid trusts Of course we cannot ill an)
wav stop the overprodiKid Indnstrv of
hejwImK against trusts stni.iv to win votes
to get Into oriUe'."
Mr Tiller leelb ved that the trust ejues
thin was immensely lnirtant. and ..tie
th it must be met s,Uir. 1 and himlhd It
was ill Mr.. 1 le he thou-ht, that II shoti'd lM
dealt vvICi b the Stales hut I lie illt;icult
was that lnnnv Lepl-Iitures u. re eontrolled
b) the ousts ihemselees Nntlotial huMj
tlon of a kind tint eould or would be en
force was thei.fore ihlrih!e
"If the Miemian lm were enforced"
said he, -as It oueht to be tin li wool I not
be the civ Sin re Is now against tru'ts. If
a law should he enacted provldlns tint the
ofllceis of anv- trust of eoml 111 ltion shoul I
be imprisoned for coiitributhiK to the fund
eif all political partv. a stop would be soon
put to an alllince between trusts and poll
Mr Teller slid the (HibJ-e t was a delicate
one. ' It wns elesril.Ie thit pioper eor
poritloiis should not be mule to suffer.
The amendm.'nt offered l.j Mr. Bcrr was
defeatesl Is to ."as follows
1 1: s.
Ifnes i.Xik). Tnllaf.rr"
vtrl im-m r.irn.r
jktimev. Willlnstfir IS
J in. I.v e,t
Hi en s,,,.,.
VI.lV nsl" s ewdlt
P. nrise VVarl.ii
1 Ult e. win . VVol.e.tt-.-i
An ameiulment. one re., ui .. . -..-.
,.a,n,- to contra, t surgeons the provi
- , ... , ..--.. ...
sions e.f the net enahling volunteer sob lie
to draw one muniu r,.. ,, , .. ......
serve. I.n tne nrmy uurm ."- .-, - .
In this counlrv mid two months p iy ir
thev sorv.d in Ciibn. Porto Bleo or the
Philippines, was adopt. .1
.iir Maiiicd Lute :U Xi??hl l.v Jih
A nijste nous collide alfout whom little
could be found cut weic married b) Ja-tlce
or Ihe Peace Hansman Mond i) ni-lit abetut
'j o clock The bridegroom's name was John
Svlv ester, and he slid thnt he was from
Knst St la.uls and that he was conn.rtesl
with the iollce force there-. Th- brMe s
name could not be ascertained. Iii.-l Jus
tice Hansman averred thnt lie had sent the
license to Cla)tcn without hiving read it
At Kast St. lxnii. it wa.s raid 1 i't night
that no such person as Silvester was on
the police Torce. hut in it C. W'. Sil.sle-e. a
clerk on the night shift, h id mnrt'el Lll i
V. W'vnn of EVlgebrook which l nenr
11 iplewoei.1. at Father Kaime's church in
Webster e.n Monda) aftern-n. Ju'tlco
Htnsman denied that this was the couple
he had united .... , ,
A mvsterlous pair of Maplewood lovers
hns been attempting for the last three
weeks tn get mnrried secretly. Several
tlms the) drove to Clayton and tried to se
cure a license without the fact becoming;
rublic. It Is supposed that John S)h ester
II 1 I Is bill
I . W f.ilol
I. II 111. II I
file s, -, iv.
INTERVIEWED A KING.
lint ItVjiOlli-l T.ll! III) Swe.li-ll s
va ii.i:it .stlhi.i: Meii:i:i.s
y Th, 1 ".ii i:. jmii t. r i
sl'i:e-lAL i:v c.i;i.i:
Loud. :i Jl.n 1 tiipvilKln ri bv W.
1! llearj-t ) Th. UmA , hw.il. n i in
IjncJinit to tcin.iin a f. months. Ilvinv. it
tlrove lion-,. i:, iMtnptoii Line, near
1,11111-' !! VIiWsiv i he.. .- . ,.... ....
Indulil i il
not i ill. Klin; ot a Irlfii.lii
in. il. l. In -o as to I, .,,,1
to live li. tl
tn 111- wav In s0 linn h lov...
l h. i. K n ..., m.ni
.,.!-, .111! ,11,11' IM I,.T 111,1. , . r. ,.,,, . ...
1 lilv life of the runilv It HOW s, Itets.
I. I ealliil it Hi. h..ii.. I u ,w ...il. II.
I into th. ( n -i nee of one w nth m ill
household ..tn. .if., e ,.r. .. iii. ,. .
Ilil. Ln. ...... !.. . . . .. --.
,, ', ' , "' " " " "' il. run r v iitinv,
tiiti! 1 st.H hu,, )Mjr. j;i.n ,.f sn.d. i
ai .1 ,ir iv
lie hi Id out In. hind l.i m, when I w is
pre-sent.sl and afer . f. words I wis re -111.
Med to seat ius.ir Mn e-.Hr is till
lisnillesl. powirt.l wn!i a vo-.i iiilt, in
ke.plns: with his splendid ,,0 ,,lU
"Am vi rv jilei-ii to m, ,t vou' li. smi
1 found it hard in Illev. 1 was r.allv le -tore
i Klnc .it .lnlv no eith.r inoinreh
address.,. iisiior, i SJ1 fpi. ,.,K ., v,i l he
Mii ioiiver-ed id. lsantlv uisin nianv
I am eh trnu.l v ui, this beaiiiiful plan "
he s,n,l md nitj, ,.,. iHsh spting !--on
.Nm.li. re ( I-, ,m .arth eat ir,i a
glorious si tlnc-tmie t wlm. s.e.i r ....
never seen s,. I mtlftil a reen as on the-s
ir.is.ind ill the iidi. e. If I o,.l ,
less i mlsni alim.st lore to lemma in I'.iia
Til. elimatei i,oiug v. iv Is iieiiel il to
th. e.iTi.n and our son I un nijovliv in
visit in r. hum. n. I.. Kv.rv one lus hmi
ver kind imleist ton- , i1JV, lM.nliiv
li . i whollv pb i.ant. restful e.sit W. are
anxious to im as qui, t is imasihi, m.i for
that reason i Iiom- this out-of-the-wa pi i. e
as a n-sidcm.
"Swtil. n hies U e i making w.uidejfi.1
P'otres. f lite stil the King. sp,akinc
of home affairs j5i , l.tpin,; .. , with
other eountnis in nianr eepecis. and I
ean s,,. v future of eii.it pnisperitv for
inv jieopb Weh.ve alw.ivs bun iciint.nt-
d liiilusirlous ti ition and now w, ire
more so tlnn ordlnirilv Thl prossrltv
r. euii. to be epnte ..tn r.l Li n-.st netions
there Ls an .ippartcllv remnrkibl, wave It
Is si,tiing ov.r Anifrica and in O'rrn inv
line1 oiler e-onlln iilal countries conditions
are much improved eompinsl with those
of live j ears ato
"Here in i:ngl mil the war does not s. m
to have affected the Mineral proHperitv I
think we should .11 feel eneourigesl at this
end e.f the Nineteenth C. ntury Xot iverv
generation I-is , xperl. need 50 mui h pros-ix-ritv
Cert linlv the world Is improving
The King is indeed rnjovlnir hi sojourn
hue. he rides about whollv iingu nihil, his
movement, are ipiite as free, is tho.,. f
anv private gentlcunn He is nrj fond of
iiiuslc and the.tirs. and hi kin llv faie Is
often s, en in plues of enti rt ilnment
The Kin;; agnn shee-ik hinds with nn is
I took nix departure and I left feeling tint
lure i-. mile eel. a King worth) of the name
MRS. BLAND TESTIFIED.
li.'ii H. .Motif on T1i.1l nt Kansas
Ithf'l iti.t.- SfUM VI.
Kin-a- Citv. .Mo Mav 1 Mr P. P
Illnnd. widow of th. lite e'lingressm in
Bland of 1 h non Mo was the stnr wit
ness ic-iliv in th" trm f Ben II Morse,
who is accuse el et u.ii't- the innils to swin
dle de id mi n's heirs
It was Mrs 1:1 md ho vis the dire t
e mse of More-. arnst About ni-e ill)
after her husiKinel's eleath June 'J !le re
eeiveil 11 einss ici kage coiitnlnlrg inln
insr stock s. ui Morse to her hu-bind en
this mluliK .teiek thi r' was mj due
Sh' pill the morev to Morse but after
wards, heeomin suspielem of the man h.
told of the matter to the late John B
Walker, former Cnitesl States District At
tornev Mr Wnlkir i,nvi the evldenice o'
Mrs itlipct. v hi. h citl'id -Morsi -s airest b)
th. police After Morse's arret it devl
oiie.l th it he had txen dolns a big business,
hi operations evtendin all over the frltcd
HI. plan w, . 10 .end mining .toek to mi u
icCeiitlv dead, v Itt. a h'll for a balaiii- of
SI to Sr, tlll .la. 1 ti it The de id men's
heir, jump'sl at the eor.chi.Ioii thit the r. -nipt
of the mining st ck wa. the iiilmini-
tlon of -i irinsaction alre.dy eat. red into,
and .il 111. st tnvariibl) ie nt the im.tunt of
the bill Mors, opent.el almost nltogelhir
tliioni-h 1 spre-s commutes, but oc.3loniI
1) the umIIs weri u-iel. ind to this heow.-s
Mrs. Blnnd's tistimonv at the tri il to-eliy
wa.s bri.f. bin it w is straight to th. reuini
Mie 'old of rece:Iiin rilninK y'eeck ail
d. esse el l lie r I I'i .lusbal.d .OlortH -fie'
his de ith and of 'a' "enditis the ili V
elue" en it to Mur. T.iea shi to!.! of
turning thi wi ole m liter ovir to Walker.
h MisUtiiil hid told me tmi-i) times
til t h. .ilw.tv Ulle-ved a. mine was a lot
t r ' he -lid "mj I was surjri"-ii lint
he hid b ugh mlnlrK stock 1 v.antnl to
It-til li it ibout tl '
Sever. I other of Morse's victims testined
WAS IN A SANITARIUM.
.Mis. Humor Who Killed Ileis.-ir
W'.is. rnder.m Il.illiuiiiiition.
itrri isur M'l ci vi.
s-idilli. Mo. -M.i) 1 Mr. Bin n e VI-1 1
Hunter who loinmitted suicide, at I'I itte
Citv last Prldav bv llring a bullet Into In r
breist was a niece Inste.nel of a ikiucliter of
the late Congressm ill J tines N Burne s of St.
.li seph. and the wife of H. if Hunter, an
atlorncv of Sed iln
Mrs. Hunter w is the mother of tevo elill
elien. a son of " )ears and a d mghter of -she-
hail been In poor In ilth for some time-,
and three months apo sh veas ptuel In a
private situtariuni In IC-inie e'ltv Sb- 1 1
n. red ii'iihr the h tlluclnatlon tint a volie
from on high celled upejii hi r to "nl her
exl'tinee After nli.e nocks' treatment j'ae
wns dlsihaiged as eureil
Mie wns taken In- her hushanel to visit
relatives ip Plntte Cit. her old home, nnen
the s,ell of melanehedy returned, and sh?
shot her.elf vhile jireparatlon were beinn
m ide to return h r to the sanit irlum.
Then- Is no foundation for the statement
th it she commltteel suicide owing to 'lb
p indeiic) caused bv- separation from her
husband. She was devoteel to him. aa he
was to l.er and the act Is whollv attributl
ble to tin- temporarv aberration of mind ie
ultlrg from ill health.
TO AGAIN VISIT IRELAND.
Queen Will Spend Six eeks Tbcie
Iaindi-n, May J. The Dally Hepres. sa).s
tint it learns thit Queen Victoria hns
detinltely decided to spend six. weeks of her
holldav durlnc the summer of 1S-U in Ire
land. We-nllti fit Northern IrLraiM.
Is tin title of an Illustrated panu.-!:: giv
ing det tiled information relitlve to tho
mining region of Northern Ark.tns.ti-, con
ceded b experts to be the richest zinc ajid
lead mining district in the world. This dis.
trlct, practienlly undeveloped, offers In
vestors the opportunity of a lifetime. The
panrprnei w-.u o inauesi iree. .nuuress 4. I
i:. Lockwood, Kansaa City, Mo. . I
BltV GOODS COMPAM.
Shirt Waist Boxes.
Made . selected wood and covered inside and outside
with Novelty Cretonnes; Brass Hinges and Handles. .S1.75 to $4.00
Wack Oak and Light Woods in Oak finish, with artistic
pyrographic decorations S .00 to $15.00
Three-fold Black O.ik Frame, filled with Tapestries; $13.50
Three-fold Mahogain I-rame, panel with pyrographic decora
Smoking Tables Jardiniere Stand-. Bock Shelves and Book Sets
Fire Screens and Tahonrettcs. with pyrographic decorations.
THE LYNCHING OF MINDO.
Midnight Tragedy at Marshall,
'Ihe It uioerit .- - of M . li ill Mo irirt. a .ti-cnptioii f Ihe S eturday nisht
Iw.ehiiiK eif Mliido the- n.r.i-Irt.!i in that is notevorthv as a uioh .tm'l
Contrasts cf passion ami prm' n -. of de termln ition an 1 timidltv ; respect for th
Ia. result .,f llfe-loni; edui ation. put out of mind hv a word spoken je.stinRly; a
v.nhtful muss r iiih'i transformesl tn a ..itlie rm; of lavs-abldlnc titizens h a plea
for . sick worn in'- welfare, ami ... . pile kiv turned as tin t their hrst trasie purpose
h the .tee id ntal op. tiie.- e.f a uoor-ill this is t forth in home I) phni'e thit i
tT.lihic In it. simi lie if
Mlii.l.t in ln.iklu Jail at Miirsliall Tlitirs.lav niRht. i-hot Mrs VIIon. wife of
Ihe Midriff in ire nrm Il-r arm has he-e n arui.utate.1 MIuilo as retapturecl Knd tv
.ui 1 vias 1mk1i.i1 .etr.liv nlht
Tin 1'em.K rat-.Ve-n. n.r follov s
We wish ne ttiisht escape the unplea-nnt
ta-k o! ehroriellnsr that terrihl- eli."inir
ihipttr in th- store of the ree nt jail l
lieerv Itut the ta.k inut l performed
We approaeh tn. sui.Ject with a mind filled
with various and innllletinK emotion" tr
all. through all am! domlnatins all is
most )itofound imii'.liv for th- hrav.- vvif.
and mother, shot lrtv n hi a hlatk villain
while. Iie vv i- e mh ivoriii!; to pre-.ent his
e-eaie, admirntiou and deep j ity lor tile
e-elf-forc tful mothe-r vhn nhm told thit
she must lo.e- an arm. replles-i "Do. tor
don't think of tre piin to m- hut - ive mv
life foi my chil Ir. n's sike' j re.tound vm
p ithv and the Inelu -t admiration for th
noli!- wmian. who bin,? u-on he- he.I of
jsiin could e sv In compassion fer tlic
wrctih who had sounht her life "It is too
hid tint a hi mnn heln.r should lose hi.
life simp!) Is cause I hive Io.-t an arm If
li. hid killed me it would be different Hut
J hive eml lost an irn and he- mut hs
hi. nr, " etui of the ilnrkrass of this whe.V
horrible tri,ed -hires the hrlcht hqht f
this brive and noble woman's character,
and It .alls forth worU of sempathv that
well-ni:h hides all oth-r ceitt-slileratlein.
Second emlv to this Is de. p pit- for the
ehiMieti and fo- the aced father and hu
bind who. bmlse'd and upnerve.1 h) the
murderous assault upoa his wit. v. as
fore,-.! t. eleferd iron molt violence the
villiln that Ind attmpted the life of his
wife For this man. htriiisllnc v-lth sentl
ments of el ut v on the one hand anil on the
other a n Mural disire to se retributive
Justirp meted out to n crimin el, for w hi.
e.ffense the Invv-scemcl to offer no adequate
punishment, our deepen s)mpathy is awak
enel. The sp'rit of sutnmarv venseance was
abri.-nl all .lav Kridav-. while the countrv
w.is Ielnc scoured for the fugitive Cetuld
the scoundrel hnve If'n cuiRht then and
rl.'dl.sl with bullets vihll. reststlnc arrest,
vencennce woull hnve Iieen nrpf-nsed and
1 tw and justice would hnve remained invio
late Hut it wns ord iln-el otherwise. On
I. iturdiv the spirit of venennce wis .till
rife Men usitallv Inw -abiding, spoke wildly
of whnt would hsppen at nicht and the
breath of their words fnnn"e the eonl of
violence thnt clewed and "pre nd throuchout
the d i) Klnallv- nlcht came, and with it
Alwiut h-lf past oMnrk nt nlsht a few
men left the Courthouse Squire and movfii
inward th jail Othe-s nv the mnvem-nt
and followed after. Soo.i tne rumor spreael
te the eretwdesl enurtroom whe re eatrer me n
were fedleivelim the extitlnc elec'ioit returns,
and Imn'edlntelv the erowd melteil awav
and k tthe resl altout tie jnil to witness a
more icltinir sp.cticie. untl! i erowd of
more than J.rX' men and hovs threnced the
streets aeljneent. cl mn to the tele-phone
Miles and l-nnesl from th- windows of the
neighboring- houses No lend stund escaie.l.
but a sui'ibn murmur arose from the vast
throiiK This was the b-c!nninK of the end.
but tin end d .1 not mine until near 12
The publle had .videntlv reached the eon
elusion whet! er rlchtlv- o- wroiiKl) It Is
Uv..l..s new to arsue tint the ordinal-)"
irovlslons and punishments of liu- were tint
uncertain nnd too Inadeeju ite. to reelr. tin
trlvate and public nioriii committ-d bv this
There was no pretense of di-ciiise The
white Glare of the ilnctrie lltrht nvealid
eir) face and -1i,ure in the ercwel Neither
did the) bitter down the jail elootF Kor
fullv an hour thev .tout! out-Iil the fen e.
Irresolute tntlrm of purp'se and an eir
rnnlzed hod) of twentv mot orllci rs miqht
have arre-sted a half K.7eii tnlkntivc fellows
ard dl'persjd the crowd. Aftr n.ore than
half hour of waltir.s and ptrle-y one f
the otllcers of the law inside the fence
tinallv spoke something in a IiuRhliiR wn).
ln.stantly all respect for leuil restraint, eir
apprel.enlon of harmful cons-eiuence-s to
th- wounded woman npstnlrs. e-onsldern-tlors
thnt for an hour had held tnem in
check and had well nlch won n victor) o.er
mob violence, vanlsheel frfm the minds of
the half-dozen persistent men near the
north Rite Tlnn. oneef them v.-uiitrd over
the tenee. sa)iiiK. 'Come on. 1k)S " and
was followed bv the others The SherlfT
and several of the diputles retired inside
the front doer, while the siv men rnn nulck
I) around to the cist entrance, and others
sursed in bv- the east cite Then ensued
another wait of a qunrter of an hour, elur
Inir which ro ell.pla) of fore-e was made bv
anv one One of the ph)siclnns came and
e xpeistul ited with them. b"CKlnsr them to
have reKard for the life cf his patient, and
to leave the premises. One tall, lank fel-
Caused by Impure Blood, include .all humors,
scrofula, salt rheum, ulcers, sores ; also, rheumatism,
catarrh, dyspepsia, kidney troubles, etc How im
portant, then, that the blood should be made
pure, by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great puri
fier, enricher and vitalizcr. Now is the time, when,
for various reasons, the blood is loaded with
impurities, and the only safety is in promptly and
thoroughly eradicating them by the use of this
Grand Spring Medicine. Its power to do you
good is proved by the good it has done others,
shown in thousands of testimonials. TODAY get
It makes rich red blood, creates an appetite.
Mo.. Dsscribed Graphically.
low with a while hat. who Inil been most
Imisirtunate in hie el. mand for eleath.
baiked out of the crowd and silt. "ThU
Is all wronjr. We ousht t" B" v.-ty from
here ' He was ursi el to so back and cet
h's compinions to ccme awav. He pushd
his We frnme through th. crowd toward the
door and just then some one inside opened
the door, it Is suid. te .spe.nk to the crowd
This w-ns fatal The pushing crowd forced
thes- In fre.nt Inside the nirror hatlwnv.
wheie thev were confrontdl bv the Sheriff
and ejeput'es. . futile effort was mnde tc
pu.il the accidental leaders e.utslde the door,
hut th- now intlame-el crowel reflste-d.
soou b) means of th- kes access was
X.iin.d to th- e-ll and the f;iillt veivtch
was bre.uht out of the j ill with his hands
i mar icln! In front of him. Then the sivnse
Instinct to ki'l. which God pity usi !?
is.imitimes so eisllv arouses! In most mr.
. ran (liming thronsh the etritesl throne hk-
a vi Ind-fanneel fire thretush tall drv Rrass.
and n wild cr) of "Hans him:" burst forth.
South on Ode II avenue the wretch was let!
and pushed, followed bv a senieKllne mass
of I.r-j men ami tiovs Poon the cr)'. "To
the e'ourthouse Squire"" vva taken up and
re-pea:ed, when half of the throns in th
rear turnd back and sought the scene hv
the nenrer vvaj e.f A row street, the either
half follow inc the leaders two blevck. wet
t Inf i)ett- street and thence nround to a
tree ne-ir the southern comer of the Court
Here the absence of orcinlzntmn anrl
readiness was aetln marlfestesl and a lone
delay followed, until a store could be op-nel
and a rnp secured. At this point at leant
two of Marsh ill's citirens were e-nnspicuou
in th"lr efforts to Induce the lenders to spirt
the life of the wretch and to return him to
the Inw Hut their plendlnKS and expostc
litlons fell upetn deaf ears
After lone dlny the rorw was hroueht.
and. after several unsuccessful ttt-mpts.
was at Inst pas,Hl over a loft) limb of the
tree. Then the wntched victim of the
mob's fury, alrenrtv hnlf ele-a.l from fTicht
and fretm the hloas anil we.unds which had
been Intlictesl by frenzied men dunnc the
journey from the Jail, wns held up while the.
rope wns plicsl over his hnd. He asked
and wns j-rantcd etptiortunlty to prn. For
a tim- he prtvee! In silence, then murmured
ainllbl "Merciful Henvenlv- Tather. for
elve the wrongs thnt I have committed
asninst others Koruive my many sins, and
fersive them "
Then he turned to a mnn on his i.ft and
snld "I have ju't flnLshed n praver for
mercy for vou to the ;vj who 1 looklnc
elown with himc upon )ou now." ills
word semed to smlte the conscience of tn
mn. who up to this moment had bevn
most unrelenting In his demnnd for death.
The mnn wenkened. stepped backward, and
said "Turn him loose, bo)s." Rut the
eithers were not to he cheated of their vic
tim The nejrro then bececd for a drink of
water, and a merciful joun; man ran
swiftly to a hotel. s,n-ured n class of water
and wns qulrklv back. Several enraced fel
lows tried tet dn.h the water to the cround,
hut more merciful men prevented, and tho
n. mo was Riven a drink. Then a score of
eer hands i-e!ze-Tl the rop-. asd the body
of the man wa.s eirnwn hlch In the air.
There was no stniSRle. no contortions of
the limbs One Icr swune outward for a mo
nient, and afterwards the benly hunjf
straieht and limp and remained no whll
s.i-pendil for more than thirt) minutes.
Then follow eil the usunl morbid cenes. th
lowerlnR of the lifeless bo-ly. to photograph
the distorted fice bv flnsh-llRht, and the
scramble for bps of the rope as srewrsome
I-iter In the n!L,ht the Coroner took
charge of the fcejil). and it was snt out to
b- burieei In the I'otter's I- leld, at the Coun
Oklnltetnin Ire Leimitnny.
ejuthrie. Ok . AI iv 1. A territorinl char
ter w is issu-d to-day to the Ulnckwell Ice
Compnny eif thit place. The capital stock
Is fixed at SZftv The directors are: A.
U.immell and II. Surborttf St. Louis. Henry
llraun of Guthrie and Pnvld Sehonwald, A.
t Itutt. W". A. IIa)s and 15. t Loorals of
.Itoes lfnnnflicletry ,spie;-ts.
itrrrniMe- Mrci i
St Joseph. Mei . Mny 1 The Madincer
Sauter Shoe Compnnv. manufacturers. a.
siRnrd to-da). The liab'llties are JhWe);
HFPrni.ir .ik.-i i.
Marshall. Mo. Mnv-1. J. W. Wheeler ard
Miss Ila, Townend of Arrow Hock wer'
married to-el iv by the ISeverend S w