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T3TE REPUBLIC: MOXDAY, .MAY 14. 1900.
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UciteJ cotnpJinicnts to Crawford's I'lanos:
"St. Loals. May Sth, 1?W.
Mwsrs. P. Crawford & Co.,
St. IX)Uj3. to.
Wo are moro than p!wl with tho boan
tlful "KoaI" riano wluclt we purcJia-.I
from your tirro. The price, tone and qaxllty
of jour llanos wtro a revelation to us. '.Ve
nro satiile1 that w paM about half nhat
we won'rt hav pajd for tho sanio srrailo of
jiiano at regular itaro stores.
Tour- tru y.
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"Gen'l PaUBraan. "erpuson. JIcKlnncy I.
ECCCRn n. round mind and sound dlsPS
t!on by usisg Dr. Sieg-n's Ansosturj. Uit
,V'idotv of Captain Ciipron Going io
Washington. May 11. Mr-- Capron, tha
Tvitiotv of tho Rough Itider Captaln.vh3 was
l.Ilied in tho Cuban campaign, rrill aiil soea
for the rhlllppinT, whero Eho 'ttill devoto
herself to lied Cros -lork.
nivc si:ncn sfits ?io, 512, ?';, ?is,
Onr Scree Snlts will not fade. Tliey
lit to jirrfcctiiin and cinuot Iiclp tint
lIeae the jnot jiarticulnr buer.
nnoADivAY a.m i'ii:.
STILL CLEAR IN TONE.
SluMca-l Instniuient5 of a Prehis
toric Race Collected.
Washington. May J3 Among the many
odd and grotesque loclnK objects In tho
Katlonal Muct-ro, relics of a. mysterious
jieople who ence flourished upon this con
tlntnt, !s a unlijuo colkcllun of muIcjl
instruments, many Of Tiiilth, honeier
crudo in appearance, pile fjriii tunes ay
tweet and cl&ar as they did .1 thousand
ears ago. Nearly all of them are wind
instruments and arc similar iw tho modern
occanuo ar.d llaeeol't. Th mora perfect
tpecimenss as regirds tone and v.-orkmon-thip,
coruo from .Mexico and Central and
bouth Araeric. and are made for the most
part of ery nn.j pjtterj-, though gomo ara
iahionfrd from 1:113 of animals and bird.
The collection is uuiltr Ihv s-upen ilon tf
Professor Wilson und K. I'. Upham. Ioo
tor W. IT. Holmes, head curator az tho .N'i
tiosal Museum, -hs lutuuuetl many valui
Me fpcchnvns atd data. ilr. Lpbam, re
ferring tu niieresung iual:rltH ot tl,e i-e-cral
instruments said, taking up what
inlRBt le il3pcrlbed as e. famuli o"carino;
faghlor.td In tho shape of a bird and fur
nished with a taperins uoutiipiecu "This
l'ossttses lour b-jund holtj and jitlds liva
note?, the 1" tutie beli:sr pruauced with all
the holes elided."
The instruniej.t waa In excellent condi
tion, in proof ef which Mr. L'phuni pro
ceeded to play "Thfrt's No Good Lw-k
About the House," with beautifully tuneful
fleet. It was rtmaikai'la taat when blown
without the linger.t oiii:. tho holes tha
tound resembled clost-ly tho dear anl plain
tive warbllns of a bird, probably the bam
which tho urtistio nuiker 3iad endeavored
Many of the instrumnnts r.re Rrotes-iuo in
design, reprcw ntl:-g chiefly nnlmils and
birds, but are, in tome c-aes, of j com
plex a thape as to as'tmlsh cno aerus'omed
to tho corAentionalul,-s f tnodera art
The majority possess tlilitr two, thrca or
Ihe IieitrE, altliouph orac mto capa'.'in ot
wider range, and whale the ialcraac- is that
tho prehistoric' n-ulcians ii-e!eJ a mus-I-cl
scale ludicaby dlifei-pnt lrom our c-n.
jdl tho-o im-trumentB can bo ma io by prop r
manipulation to furnirh notes to their le
ipectne -apjnti' in tue ch.-umatlc rial-".
Ore of th.- n hf-t and moyt m.;Iuuious
tonoa was pr'.lund from a very unattrac
tive louKliu; eartlit uare lUllKator, although
untorniriali 1 the capacity t this nnclcil
novelty, or rathtr antlouitv, wa limited
to thre niils. A mot pi-r,-:njr and ih ne
tratlntr bouni was ijviu ed iro!it a tkty
wlijtle, whlih c-uld eit.Il be htld In thu
palm of the liand and Inojo-ed by the cri.'l.
One of the must 'tr.iord.nary his is
that of a Itapen ' 1 lrom th- Azt--c ruins of
Mexi . Tne i I'gious --nibols found upon
tile ruini .it Azt c t, mp: ar- alio cen up
on many vf these inptrumeHits. There ro
home of th, liageo) t--. which In nil i robu
bllity date from hUtorlc limes. Ono fn.m
Meitco, carved in marljle. V. h!nh 1m ri
hoiee, all thoso of prehistoric periods net r
bflmj furtilshoi wlili moro thun four, n il-lustr-.it!p
of this tact.
One iualrumi i t fiom l-o;.a, Costa Jacn.
is uni'ju from the fact that while it col -tains
but four sound holes, seven not' s tan
La produecd from it. It is in tho form of a
Kroteme human head, with painted di-.-c-ratioi.8
in bcown and r-d op a jfU.w
ground. The mouthlli,-e is attached to and
forms part of the b. id drvs. Itsexcp
tlonallv wide ranee Is ovvixff to the Ia t
that one of tho four holes i- larp-r than
the oth-rg. the rcult bliiff two additional
note, that would not be obtalnalle wi re
all the holes of the same sl?e
A unique ppecimcn 1-. a whlslllnc vae
lrom C"st.i likIlH wh! li was pris.'iml to
1'rofessrr Wlon bv t u.ir Ilirael lULi.
It is round-lxjttomrd. w.th ajiandle on on-'
tldo representing an anm,U In ad holdni;
the edso of the rim In f:s miuth. The rim
nd Jower half of the vate re darl; re.1 In
-olor, tho i-pace ltviren bc'Jt filled by :i
liroad chevron hand In brown nnd yellow,
tho wholo surface being hifthlv polished
Tho air passages from, the lnslilo of tho
vessel connect with a vait hD on the ojt
tii" of the animal's neck. To produce a
sound or note, tho lliw mart 1 placeil
npfinst tho mouth of the vessel In the simo
manner rs w-iu'.d be done on the large
brass lnstmmcrts of to-d iv. Iti one nolo
Is exceerlinslv shri'l ard pltifiiie.
Another remarkable specimen Is n primi
tive flniolct made from it "lender bono,
probablr from tlie wine of the brown peli
can. The natural cavity at ore end Of th
lwno Is iartly Plrd with nas o"r frum. lcav
lnr an nlr pas'aro wbhli ci'nnects with a
tent hole, forming a mouthpiece The other
rd is otn f n the tpiw r surface are five
frm.tll finircr Vc. rlf ccd alwut evcn-hlx-teenths
of an inch apart.
For Infants and Children.
rhe Kind You Have AlwajtJought
Largo Crowds View Tannic of Del
egates Tliiough Streets of
BUSINESS BEGINS TO-DAY.
Solemn High r;i.s Celebrated by
Mgr. 3rulilsiciii .Many l.Vp-
ivsentathes present From
Tiplte tho street car sttlke, the conven
tion of tho German Catholic. Union of Mis
souri was ln.iujrurated umkr very auspi
cious clrouniat.uices jesicrdny at tho t.
Itonlfaci.is Church, on Hchlrmer stri-ct and
Micliisrin avemto In Carondt let. Tho dele
sates rtcelvod .1 hearty welcome, at m my
preparation had been mad for th. ir r
c.'ption. Ye-ttidav'n session vvas only pre-HnUnarv-.
To-day tho actual btislness will
bo transacted iuul the convention villi ad
journ sino die. Tho proirr.unmo oMenliy
ini iuda sclenm htsh mass, reception , f tho
dt-I.jratec. a p., -ado throuch Carondelot an I
a laigo ctitert.uimient.
ticnoau Catholic men of MIesou-I, members
of tho vatlous orders and Bocielles, constl
tuto the German Catholic Unioa or Mis
sturU Yesterday morning at 0 o'clock the dele
rates wero trembled In tho hall of tlio
dramatic club of &t. lionlfacius Church,
and tho rector, tho Kvcrcnd l'ather II.
Nleters, made thtm an uddrt-34 of welcoma
on bthalf of tho corgreatlon. llo was
followtd by I'rcsldent J. C V.ieland of the
Arrangement Committee, who spoko for tho
so. Ictles and U14 men of St. Louis. Then
tho body formed a procetsloa f.nd marched
to the church, whero solemn high hum
vi as said exclusively for the men of tho
German Catholic Eoeictk-s of St. Louis. It
was celebrated by Mfjr. II. Muehlsiepen,
with tho a-sistance of the Ueerend K.
1-rrJves of Manthester. Mo., at. deacon, the
lleverer.d Joseph Krotge-r, as subdeaeon.
tho Itcverend l X. Iteker. as m.istee of
ceremonies, und tho lluvcrend Father .'.
L. Seltlochter, Si J.
Ulnner was served to the visitors mid ro
cletle in tho hall of St. IScnifaclus School,
whoro tho jouns ladles of tho sodalltv and
tho women of tho congregation walttd up
on the tables.
l'onuution of the I'urailr.
In tlie afternoon there was a meetir.v; of th
ceiegates ct the Lloceso Leatrue of tho Cer
man Catholic louup i.en"s societies of tho
Archdioctfo cf M. Louis. "It was prelimi
nary to tho Iaro parade, which started
from Schirmer s'reet and Michigan avenue
at 2 o'clock. Michael Uraun was the grand
In the first division thcra tiers in line,
mounted police and Grand Marshal Uraun
with his suit, the societies of tho tit. IJonl
facius Societies ana tho delegates. Th-n
camo the 1-rankl.n Drill Corp-., and Mar
shal Albert 1. erscn with. his staff lol
1 Jived bv deputations of ouns men fnm
the followlnir caurolies. Holy Trinity, tt.
Uborius, St. l"rancis do Sales, f,t. An
tonlus, St. Agatha, Su Ausustimus, bt.
Henry, and Holy t'ross. Thomas Vtrhever
was marshal of the -.-cond dlvl-lon. There
wero in lino men from the at Louis D H.
Ii- C. V.. und the parishes of St l'rancis
de Sales. i-L. Paul, St Martins. St Atito
nlus. St. Auustlnius. St. Ilenrv, St. Aloy
sius. St. Joseph. Holy TrlrJtj, St. Nicho
las. St. ilurj- St. IJernhurd's and Holy
In the third divialon Major General J W.
Nordhaus was commandant, with General
Anton Itcisine. General J. G. Walter.
Ge-orgo K. Gebhardt. 1'hllllp FranUenboch,
I-red llillcr and i;rnst tollman as aids.
Tho uniformed orders were divided Into
four battalions. In the lirst were the bt.
Wcureslaus Knlshts. in the second the drum
ccrps of St. Joseph's branch No. -117, and
the Catholic ICnlsts t.f America. Tho
lourth division consisted cf the Western
Catholic Union societies. G,orcr ICon.. was
The parade moved north on Michigan
avenue to Loushhjrouch avenue, east to
Uroadway, south to Haws street, wst to
Ivory avenue, north tu M-m street, thence
to bt. Hunifat-ius's Church, where It dis
bajidcd. The route wai thronged vnth spec
tators. Drniimtlc CInb Untcrtalii.
After tlio parade there was a meetlmr In
tho hall of tho Hramatlc Club of St, Uonl
faclus Church. N'icolaus tlonner of Du
buque, la., president if tho Central Vereln;
Charles H.annauer, State president of tlu
"atholic Kn'ghts, and O.arlt-s H. Frank
vero tho tpe.il.ers
Il fr shmeiit booths end lynches had
been arranged In the mounds surrounding
the church, nnd a band was present. Tliee
with tho multitude of women and children!
mudo the placu r semblo a picnic firound.
In tho c-viiilnR a presentation of "Marti
o: tho Lmliof." a Havarian play, was
Kiven by the St. IJonlfacius Hramatlo Clin.
In its halL It was assisted bj thu St. liou
lfaclU3 CecilK Oiolr. To-day the convention
jrcper vtlll b'. held, birintiliijr at 10 o'clock.
The deletratis In attendance aro: Christo
pher Hilke. H. l. UesterheUIo. John W.ieli
iraian, Jolm Kelts. A. Ilelssinir. IL C. Xle
bur. Tr.vnk J. Ieber. John Wtceschclde.
Xicob Muoller, Jr., John F. Ilellrung. Joseph
Timmermai.ii, George F. Schloinor, Joseh
IS. Toenlskoetter. Georjre Hllko, It. L
ISueslun 1 Itlankenmelhter. Ii. Iisr
minn. Ifenry IL Keheme. Jacob Hiin.ro G.
Hardebeck. William I'. Arml. Lorenz IfI
b. r. F. L. Farrrnkop. Martin Mcldlcr,
Henry Jacolin'ver. Herman NIemus,
J.ibn Mu'hiliiir. A. J Jobst. GerlnrI
ICeiscns. Y C ellnerl;. John Faust.
Gustav Mosbl. ch, J. c. Wellind, S.
Prag. I J. Ganahl. li. S. heer, Atar
tit Kruble. Henry J. Spaunhorst. C.
II. Unpelmntin. William Hnik... J. J.
Hilgrer T. Wilier. Fil (Jfrst, .T II. Ktiane,
Davis II Pshulte. Gc-orgo U. llrnel, Georo
Iindrlin.uin, Mathlas Hack... Camper,
M' iikhaiis. lhll A Nilmanii. John C Her
mann, Theodore F-hllfi, Adam St lnli.iuvl,
J ! Huiuuiel, Th.sidore J, naem.'inn, II.
KoNpt.rs. Charles Hez'l. Ilimy Kottf, W.
Sihllrgmoii H Schunuicher. Iueas H.in
nekeii. G L Goet7 Charb-s. WNch. l:er
narl Ira'tl, Henry Ilredrck, Doctor Schler
iiin. John Koch, Henry Slemer. Andrew
VAtt. Anton Wlnrlen. Charles 1Z. Hannauer,
John AppelbRum, WHUnin Hlllebrand, T!c-n-hard
luljr Henry ICcrstintr. L uls IS. Itauer.
K. M J Harunann. Jchn 1. FVchter. Henry
Itate--niar.n. Joreph Jotrinir, J-'t)h Duk
inan. John J. Neuman. John Padberir, '.. 11.
Wink. Valerian Krbcr. J ll'mgner,
H Grevels. P. W. Hess, H. Hollwerk. Jr,
Frt-d Spleker, Innk J. Werkmann. is. J.
Brlnker, c. F. IJauer, Henry Itosenthal.
II. J. Korte, G. H DonnewalJ. John
Crowe. J. Dussold, J. Erlhal. J. Huff. J.
Suter, P. Frankenbach, C Wetermcyer.
T. ISante, II. Anterhans. F. Todt. W.
Vrnjtcrmuohlo, H. J. Kramer, F. Tom
brldgc. F. A Damls. H. I J. Schncider
hohti. 2-1. J Schneider.
The officers of tho union are II. .T. Spaun
horst. pre Hlder.t . J. C. Wlelntid. vice tircsl-
dent: L. l'lankcnineler. n cording s'eretirv;
Charles nschbach, iiiianrial t-ccretary;
AlTinyt. I'se I'l.-itt Chlorldrit
for hoorehojtl disinfection. You will like It.
ATay jlcXally rmd Edna Worden, at
Joplln, Ma, Mar 13- May McXally, aged
15, and Hdtia Worden, nged S), wero
drowned this afternoon while boat riding
with joung men. The boat capsized In a
strong current and they panic In eighteen
f(et of watr. Om of tho slrls was got to
tho dam and clang to It for a few moments,
whllo the men wit trying to save the
other, litit she lost her grasp and sank.
Tho bodies were recovered.
He Was :i Cadet at Blees's Mili-
Macon. Mo.. May 13. Thomas Voorheis,
cadet at Blees's Military Academy, was
drowned while swimming in the lake on tho
academy grounds yesterday afternoon. His
parents reside In Mexico, Mo. llo was on
otily child. The cadets and officers turned
out In full and escorted the casket to the
train this morning. A saluto was fired by
the Hotchklss Cattery in honor ot the dead
cadet as the train pulled out of the elation.
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Every Watch is carefully examined by
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Every Watch is fully guaran
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how cheap in price, is the
one which is always get
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The Mermod & accard
Watches arc not only re
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America for Pine Goods.
Coos Io Kansas City Convention to
Kxpose Methods hy "Which His
Delecation Was Defeated.
REFUSES TO BE RECONCILED.
His Election as Alternate to tlio
National Convention hy Zie-
fcnliein Crowds Does Not
Strenuous efforts ara being put forth by
the Ziegenhelu maclUne to bring tho Krntz
faction of thf Tenth Ward back into the
fold. Councilman Charles ICrats ha3 hB
war p3lnt on and he promises to use hit
tomahawk with deadly effect. In fact
Mr. Kr.ttz Is now on his way to Kan.sas
City, wher ho will apptar before the He
publican State Convention and show tho
C-ommltteo on Resolutions tho methods by
which his delegation of nina from the
Tenth Ward was defeated at the primaries
Mr. Krutz has with htm allUavlts show
ing how tha Zicgeiilnln-Hesch crowd
counted ballots. The Cherokee Garden
"bong" as he calls the lltsch crowd will b.
thero In force to oppose Krcttz, but tho lat
ter declare he is Ihjhtlng for principle, and
ho proiosei to keep it up to the end. Ho
lias a llttla mutation tu. ked Into Ms grip
which ho expects to present to thj com
mittee, and which cuntulns soinu statements
that may result in ralsii.g the temperature
In nn J arum: J tho convention hall to th
Mr. Krutz was on thu delegation nt
Union. Mo, when Congressman Harlboldt
vias renominated. Tho Zbge-nheln mac-hmo
attempted to suppn ss h'in. but they soon
gave up and when they fuund he was llkely
to make an effort to go to the National
Convention, they gladly agreed to permit
him to go as an alternate. Mr. Krain.
however, was not caught napping, and al
though he ncceoti.l the honor he is stjll out
with his tomahmk looking for is alps. Tl
machhiii is wurrl.d over this serious d
lectlon from tho ranks In tin- 'i-nth Ward
It deplores an exposure of Its methods, and
may uttcnipt to pievent the pas-.te of tin
resolution In committee. Mr. Krutz said
"I propose tit show up their actions l
have hue," and Mi Kiatz . khILUeJ a b.g
bundle of b-gil 1 ..king ilueiinients "noni
thing that will make th' m s-piin.i In th-t
resolution which I villi present to th com
niitlcsi I call a spa'ie a spide. and 1 am
nut going bthind the bush aliout It."
Chairman Aklns of tho State Commltteo
and S'cretary Shi Iner departc I for Kalis ij
Cltv eurday afternoon. Tho St
deleiratlou will deinrt to-night.
A DOUBTFUL STATE.
Pepiot'iitativo Williams Thinks
Harrison Can Peat Yato...
Washington. May 13. Tho Republic corre
spondent this evening asked Reproseutatlvo
W. li Williams or I'ittflelJ. lib. as to tho
published Interview quoting him as cajiug
that tho nomination of Yates is a strong
one. and that ho would probably bo el.sjted.
Judge Williams mid:
"I have heard of the piirpirted Inteivlew
with me in th.; Chicago pap. rs. I bavo au
thorized no such statements, but. on tho
isintr.trj. have express.d the conviction
that Illinois is a doubtful Stale, ates is
a clean man. with onu prestige. btiL is not
an intelhctual giant, and. while he may
have moro backbone than McKinley, he 1..13
not any to spate. Ho owes his niminatlon
to the Tanner ni.uhliie. jml. if ebeted.
must do its bidding or surf, r tho conso
qiances of an ingrate. I have known Mr.
Yates from bojhood. Ho lives In m .Ii'.
trint and our relations have lein pleasant
from our school davs to the present time,
and I would rather wn him eic ted Gov
ernor than any Republican I know, except
ex-Ucmp: roller Colutiel A. C. Matthews of
my tew n. who Is the purest and host man
in Republican politics In Illinois. Taken
all together. I retard tho Republican ticket
as a very weak erne Chicago lias no place
on tho ticket, and the Giruian and Irish
elerrcnt". which are nlwavs decisive In our
State, wtre denied representation. The cor
tempt with which the convention treat' d
tho Ilocr resolution cannot help but to fur
ther alienate the Gcrmins, who sympathize
S3 deeply with their brethren In the Trans
vaal In their unequal struggle. I sangulnc
lv bclicvo that Carter Harrison can be
lcct d Governor of Illinois, and tli.it a
Democrat will succeed Cullom in the United
"What about ray own prospects? Well.
I expect to be renominated, but iho Lord
cmly knows in advance the result of a con
vention In tho Sl-itcenth District. I will
either be nominated or know the man who
is I have never died In the ditch but once,
and that wnsj because ot an accidental and
sudden termination of tho convention. I
understand that the feeling is quite general
In tho district In favor of my indorsement.
JfT f"'T flT.vI.J
i b ain tmi
WW His y&
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Our Catalogue. 3,000 Engravings.
and I found It specially so In tho few
counties which I recently vislte 1. Succ. ss
ful or deloated. I Intend to push the hKht
f r tho primary sjctem nni slvo every
Democrat a voice In tho mm Inttlon.
"Yes. sir, I blieve Iiryan will bo elected.
Sit months ago I would not hue wagered
a penrj. but tho prospects were never so
assuring as now. and are growing brighter
every dav The causes contributing to that
fnd are too numerous and too nppan nt to
leave mom for doubt, and need not le re
cited in a brief Interview. The Itepubllc
against tho Empire will be the Issue. I am
as ardent a blmotailist as ever, but with
me, tho Republic first, ard Its money next."
WEDDING DATE ADVANCED.
Miss Clark and Doctor Morris Will
Be Married Mu :X
i:rrun.ic spno i
Washington, May 1" Miss Katlierlno
Clark's wedding to Doctor Lewis Ruther
ford Morris of New York, which was to
have taken place June 1. will be performed
in that citv Miy - Six thousand Invita
tions f.r tho iliurch ceremony will be sent
out May IS. The change of date was tr.ado
on account of Senator Clark having to bo
in Heien.u Mont.. June 1 Arrangements or
details for tho wedding, which is to occur
at St. Thomas' Church, and oe most elabo
rate, are In progress. Tlio Reverend Doctor
John Wesley lirown, tl.o rector, will III
elate. Two charming girls will be brides
maids, but llulr names have nut yl been
made public Hi r s!tir, the wlfs of Do. -tor
Uverctt M. Culvir. will Ik the matron
of honor Mrs. Culvi rs little child who has
been quite ill of scarlet fiver, has reeov-rrd
and will b. ono of the tlower girls. Mncu
tho deiUi of l.er mother, thrco vears ago,
Mies CI irk has nude h r home wl'h lier sis
ter, .Mrs; Culver, in the l.Mmrn :ipa-tmtnt
houe. 1T3 West rifty-ilchth street. A n
ciptlon will be held there immediately rf
tir tho church ceremony. Piesent plans tro
for a trip to the South, the party returnlmr
June to to hall for Kurope'. Mr. and Mis
Culvtr expect to sill ten davs earlier and
meet llHm at Southampton, lTnglard.
The copper king has chartered I'le jacht
Lri'harna, owii.-d bv Hugh II. Smiley ,f
Glasgow. The Jacht will meet them at
Southampton. Afier crul-1ng along tho
Ihisil-h (oast, thev will sail to th- North
Cape Retunihrr Mops will be made i,t
pl.11 s of mte-est lii the Norway roast, and
then a cruise will bo taken in the lialtlc.
possibly going as far as St. Petersbti-g.
Th engraver vh Is preparing thj mv.ta
tlons promises to have them reidy In tune,
but kis he will have, l.t make lx ph.les
and voik his force over tlmo to do It.
BIG FIRE IN CAMDEN.
Sixty Stmv.s and Houses lSuriied
Camden, N. J, May 13. llro to-day,
'Aliiili broko out in th? Farmers' Market
Hnu-e at Fifth and Fi-deral streets mm
plrMlv detrojed that building, ten stores
and ulntut llfty smnll drilling", causing a
loss ustiniatesl at iOjO.W. and tendering
homeless about ISO persons. 'IlieSrs bom
hss ptisnns uro to-night quartered In ll.n
Aimur) bulldlns und uro being fed at tho
e-tene 1,1 tl.o city.
Hoys either ai cidentally or purposely s. t
Sire 11. a largo pdx of tarred lumber winih
had le-en stm-eei in tlio inarki t hou-c bv tho
IVII TcieThoi.e Company. They wen- plaj
ing then, shortly Leloro tho lire b gan. Tho
flames spiead lapldly through the gr-a-e-si.ak.
d market house and communicated 10
a run of small house In the rear, at the
sirne time eatlnic their way Into ldt ral
Mn-et (mil tulerTg tho olel post oH'.c
building 1 tjiil'.lu. and partly destrojlng II.
Ti is building had In en abandoned bv tha
Government only a few weeks ago.
Tho chief of tin, Camden tire lepirtm--nt
early leu'lzi.l that the lire was bc-o!id tho
'iitrul of his llmlltd force, and thu biro
Thpirtm.-iii. of Philadelphia, was tall.sl up ,11
for assistance. It suit f.ur companies.
The llaitii-s leaped across Fifth street and
a second row of small houses there weio
soon blitzing and w r desti.ivfd. The tir-
then followed Its ccurso lownrd FesJnl
strict on the east !do of Fifth. When tho
chemical hiboatory of William f'o.vgill
uuKne wiiru was a series 01 exploll.s.
The Cowglll establishment vias gutted
The principal losses weio the F.irmnrs'
Maiket. H3.oj(i: Cowei'd Chemical I.nbora-
-jiy. a,v.i, ,vi. j j. .vtons Horlst. srn-w- j.
.. ISIak. clothing. tl.ln0: Harrj- Grosscnpp.
ilwebing. $-!.j; V.'. 7.. Gl'.son. groce-v!
S.M". and W. II Docker, umbrellas JJu)
Most of the iithtrs to stilfer were Mnall
prop.'rty owners. Many of the ocenpan's of
the dwelllnes lost all their household r
feets. The losses are partly e-oveied by in
NEWFOUNDLAND COAST POLICY.
New Plan of Great Iirit.-vin JvVjrard
injr the French.
St Johns. Newfoundland, May 13. Tho
ISritLsh iol!cy toward tho Freneh on tho
Newfoundland treaty const will provo verj
advantageous for settlers, as well as for
vesela wanting hail.
The Ilritlsh Commedoro will not rccognlzo
the status of Frenchmen brought from St.
Pierre and established In huts along tho
oast, nor will the French be allowed freo
entry for fishery requisites on tho samo
terms ns formerly. All these things tend
grentlv to Improve the position of the resi
TALMAGE IN SCOTLAND.
American Minister Draws a. Croat
Crowd at Edinburgh.
ITdinburgh. May lS-Synod Hall, which
has a canarltv nf e.ci. was cntiilM tnnv
by an assembly gathered to hear the rtov- j
orend Doctor T. Dewitt Talmage.
After preaching- there. Doctor Talmage
delivered a second discourse to a largo as
s mbly blockadins tho approaches to the
klt - -fy- - ma
Cor. LOCUST ST.
BEST AND CHEAPEST:
Make your selection from the most
complete and largest collection in
$6.00 to $10.00
Ladies' Silver Watches,
$6.00 to $25.00
Men's Silver Watches,
$10.00 to $45.00
Men's Gold Watches,
$40.00 to $300.00
Ladies' Gold Watches,
$25.00 to $300.00
viSSr Fine Chronograph,
Stop Watches for physicians
horse timers and athletic
WANTS HO TAGKS
IN IliS FLOORS.
Landlord M"argnJoiis"s Objections
involve Him in Trouble With
PEACE WARRANT SWORN OUT.
Excitement Hejjan When Joseph
M. Kinzie Uepui to Put Down
Ilia New Carpets in the
Reeauso h!s tenants tack carrots to his
floors Jacob Margulou. of No. !'! 0'I"allon
street bec una highly Indignant. Mr. Mar
gulous is not oj posed to carpets in a gen
eral way, but hu does not want hl ijrop
erty defaced by some rude tenant who in
sists lh.it his carprts must bo fostenesl to
tho floor In order to keep them from blow
ing: away. He keeps his weather eyo open
fur objectionablo tenants, und In doing so
has enough troublo on his hai ds to keep
him busy swearing out peaco warrants.
Some tlma ago Joseph M. KInzle, who
lives In one of Mr. Marnulous's Hats at No.
1211 North Ileve!ith street, bought a new
carpet. In the natural courso of events ho
placed tho carpet 011 tho floor and began to
tack It down. Margalous, who lives a fe-w-blocks
away, must liavo heard him ham
mering. He appeared en tho rcer.o and
commanded Klurie to stop putting tacks
In the lloor. liuddtntally he saw 11 sign on
thu front door calling attention to tho fact
that a fortune teller could bo found with
in. Ho tilso spied an electric bell and his
wrath knew no bounds.
Margulous confronted KInzle and for a
few minutes tho atinosplieio was heavy
with expletives. Margulcms alleges that
KInzle averred he would "niako two pieces
out of him." at tho namo tlmo nuikiug a
demonstration with a hnlfo.
Margulous had a peaco warrant Issued in
Justico Walker's' court ug.unst KInzle.
Kluzl.) was teen jeterday utternoon ut hu
home. Ho Mid Margulous had appeared at
tho hou-o sltico the peaco warrant had
been sworn out, but hu had not attempted
to prevent Klnzlo or his landlady from tack
ing carpets on the ltuors.
"Margulaus." continued KInzle, "has only
rcc.mlly purehaso.1 these tins and ho
doe sn't want a nail or a tuck driven In the
floors or walls. Ho kicked when I placed
the electric bell on the front door. 1 told
him If l.e cann around heio any moro I
would show him a thing or two. I never
drew- a knlfo em him, nordid 1 sty I would
e ut him In two. All the te mints in thesa
fiats liavo had trouble with him over tack
ing e-aipcts on tho tloors."
Tho Hats aru well kept apparently, but
the only electric bell in tho row stilms
from the door of KInzio's habitation .Mr.
Margulous could not bo located yesterd ly
Solid Gulil .dillinc Kings.
Nrweut delgns, 33 to $20, at Mermod
Jnccard's, ISruaduay and Ix'CUbt.
WOMEN IN CONVENTION.
Annual Session of the Cumberland
Decatur, 111., May 13. Tin twentieth an
nual national Convention of tho Cumber
land Presbyterian Women opened '11 thi i
city to-day, nnd will be in session until
Thursday. About SCO delegates are In at
tendance. This morning the annual ser
mon was delivered by tlio RevcrenJ K. U.
Morris of Marshall, Mo.
Tills afternoon Mrs. A. II. Stephens of
Chicago conducted a gift servie". und to
night reports from the Kcumcn1.1I Con
ference were heard. The buIness nie'e'ings
will begin to-morrow morning. Among
those who toko part on the pugmmme to
morrow are Mrs. R. F. livtts of Fort
Worth, Tex.. Mrs. G. W Vanhorn and Miss
Jennie Frecland of Japan, Mrs. o. T. i.ogan
of China, Mrs. N. li. Sitton and Mrs. M. A.
Harlow of San Francisco, Miss WInlona
Uov dston of Rarnard. N. C.. and Mrs. F.
15. Whittimoro of Mountain View, Cob
Hnlf Itnles Cliiciuiinli and Return
Via Rig Four Route May 31 nnd J2. Trains
have tt. Louis S a. m.. 12 nwn and X.vl p.
m. Through sleepers, pnrlors cars, coaches.
Tickets Iiroadway and Chestnut and Union
Report of I'nclncs.
Washington. M'ay 13. The fact that mora
thin four millions dollar-', worth of Ameri
can railway engines have been exported in
the nine months ending with March, l',
as compared with less than one million
dollars' worth In the corresponding months
ending with March, 1424, and J2,Sl.wi0 worth
in th corresponding months of lvKi lends
efipcclal Interest to tho following statement
from a report by tho UritUh ugent and
SUPPLIES BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Scaled prnpo-ali will re received at the Ofilce of th Supply Department. Ro-ird ot
Education of the cltv- of St. Louis, Ninth and Locust streets, on or before 3 o'clock
P in., on the 2ml dvy of May. WW. for supplies for the Hoard of Education foj
the n-c-al 5 ear beginning July 1st. 1''. and ending June 30th. 1501.
All bids must be made out on tho blanks which will bo furnished at tho Supply Dc
All bids mu-t be scaled and Indorsed "Rid on Supplies. Items No . an,j
nddressf,! to William Roan. Supply Commissioner, and be deposited In the box in th
ouppiy 1'epvrimenL on or oeiore ine aoove uaie.
Hl.ls aggregating SHAKO or more shall be accompanied by a deposit of J IV). Rid,
aggreg:iing trnm wip to fi'"iv inii tia accompame-a nv u. uep
aggiegatlng from Jirom to J1C) shill bo accompanie-d by a depos
Kri-allne lcs than JI0OW sh ill lx- accomnanled bv a deposit of J!
All nf said deposits to be In cash or certified checks made psyable to th- Ro.ird of
I'ducatbm of tin City of St. Lou!-, which amount or cheek shall be deposited with ths
Secretary and Triasurer. who will Issue a certificate therefor. Certificates to be placed
In tho cnvclui-o and be deposited wdth tho bid. to be returred after tho awards ara
Tlie Hoard reserves the right to reject any and all bills.
No Md delivered shall be withdrawn prior to the closo of the next Tegular meelln-;
of the Heard of I jliicntlon after the bids aro opened.
A vlolitlon of this provision on the part of a bidder, or a failure nn his part to com
ply with the awird made him. shall forfeit to the Hoard of Education his deposit and.
re-der him liable for all damage caused to tho Hoard of Education by breach ot hU
Rids will l- solicited on the following supplies:
Rrnomy. brushes, mops. Drawln; raper.
Dusters. Rlackboard erasers.
Spongi-J. chnmois skins. Rubbers.
liunury and tol'i t soap, candles, matches.
Dut nins. coal hods.
Step and extension ladders.
ate r nails, basin?, dlprer3.
Hasps and staples, hooks and ejes.
Holts and locks.
Door checks and f rrings.
Window shude fixtures.
Nails and brad7.
Picture books and wire.
Rubber her, etc.
Toilet paper und holders.
Disinfectant and copperas.
Manila ropo mats.
Win Rue brushes.
Machine cylinder oils.
Vv aste. packing, etc
Gold blzo ammonia.
St. Louis. April 20. HW.
8 A CENTS
74 A DAY.
BELL TELEPHONE CO. OF M0.
Consul General In Egvpt which has Just
be-n received by tho Treasury Bureau of
"lirge additions were mada In the roillns
stoi k In the course of the List yenr. Moi-t
of tho new stock added is. however, to re
place old stock, which has teen condemned.
I mav mention mat lour iie-avy rusum
exceeding in power the largest locomotives
in use. on tho English railways were or
dered last year, two from Glasgow and two
FORTY-FOOT FALL NOT FATAL.
Negro Jumped From Fourth-Story
Window to Escape .Scolding.
Sam Jones, a regro, 31 vears old, was
sent to the City Hospital yesterday morn
ing. It was said that he had fallen from a
fourth-story window and was In a djlng
condition. On examination it was found
that he was decldesllv under thu lnlluenco
of whisk)- and had a slightly lacerated
Tho reason that his Injuries were no
greater are perhaps becnue ot his luck
anel the whisky. Jones lives at No. 13H
South Fourteenth street. He had been en
Jn)lng lire to Its Tull limit during the night
and had Just come home. He Is married
mil hid wife does not appruvo of alcohol
Isift. So she beivteel Sam.
Hu began tu think he was beyond re
demption, so he determined to put an end
to bis troubles by Jumping out of the win
dow. He fell tully forty feet. When he
was picked up he was unconscious. The
City lloi-pital physicians said ho would be
able to go home to-day.
GIRL FELL FROM A PORCH.
Tinned Honifisault and Landed on
Resglo Reck, a stenographer. 31 jearsoH,
living at tho Woman's Christian Home, fell
from a porch at tho latter place at 3 o'clock
yesterday. She suffereel a save rely frac
tured leg and foot. She was taken to the
City Hospital, whero sho now lies In a se
SMio and several other women who live in
tho institution were upon the back porch
on tho fcecond story. Mi-s Heck was brush
ing some clothes. During tills operation she
came in contact with the railing. This gave
way and the uuug woman, to the horror
of h-r frlenls, plunseil downward. She
started head tirsL but turni-d a somersault
and landed upon her feet, lint for this sho
would piidi'ibly have be'eti killed.
Her friends Km elown and picked hir up.
She wjs e-arried Into the Christ Lin Home.
Here- what assistance tli.it inuld be hid
was rendered her be furo she was removed
to tho City Hospital
Citiuniitn uud l'nliiful.
Rheumatism Is a blood ellsease. nnd you
ennnot euro It with external n- plications;
they ttllivo tin. palu temporarily, but do
not touch the real ilieae. Rhe uinatlsm Is
caused by an acid poison in the bIo.Hl.whl.li
must be, overcome niiel driven nut before
there Is u thorough ami pmiaiient cure.
This S. S. S does effectually, ami at thu
same time .njidlts mw. pure blood to
nourish and build up the b.id
There are many binds of Rheumatism,
but In every caso It can be traced to Im
if tin pains arc not se-vero at first they
will become so sootier or Liter, for the
poison accumulates until tho entire blood
sjslcm feels the, effects. Your pains becom
more f reipii nt and severe, the muscles and
Joints stliTen ami mike you a life-long
cripple. The Swift Specific Co. has just
Issued a lomplete mid Intere-stlng little
book on Rheumatism with directions for
self trcatmeut, vvlikh will bo sent to all
tVfulrrmr. la .Vew York.
New York. May 13. Hotel arrivals to-day
includo thu following visitors from the
St Louts II. C. MilnholIZ, W. A. Gil
christ, Hir-ld Square; C, L. U.iP-nider. J.
O'Connor A. E. Miller. Rroaduav Central;
J. G. Ilrandt. Jr.. Gllsey: II. T. RNhop,
Everett: F. J. LlnholT, JIuiTmun; Mrs. It. E.
I-ee. -New- York. .1 E. Thompson. St. Cloud;
I. W. Terpening, Imperial. J. P. Klotz,
Cosmopolitan; J. A. Jesse. Grand.
Kansas City T. A. Page. Cosmopolitan:
W S. Ribb. Rossmore; C N. laivery. Im
perial: C. A. Keger. Astor
St Joe w. J. Conway. New Amsterdam;
P. Slat I try. New- Amsterdam; . lairing,
Hulls (unillr rrlimirlen.
RKPUUI.ll SPEC IAU
New- London. Mo., May LI. The Ralls
County Democratic primaries were held
csterday. Thlrly-nino precincts out of
sixty-two have been heard from and In
them the leaders are David Wallace for
Representative; Thomas Stout, for Public
Administrator: John I. Rrlscoe, Treasurer;
J. W Pitt, Assessor: Iindl 1 Whltamore,
Sheriff: W. R. Netherland. Collector. The
vote was larger than was ever polled In a
Democratic primary in tho county.
Best for rheumailsm Elmer & Amend's
Prescription. No. 3S51. Celebrated on Its
merits for many effectual cures.
Columbus. Miss., May 13. Tho Reverend
George R. Kager, D. D., pastor of First.
Raptlst Chur- h at Montgomery, Ala., do
livered the commencement sermon at tho
HOT FOOT TO HARRIS FOR COOL FEET 520 PINE.
1 deposit of JTiviV). rjid,
deposit of :;ii.V) Bida r
epo.lt of JjifM. R'ds ag.r 'W
SI itn pencils.
Tracing linen and parcr.
Mimeograph wax paper.
Mimeograph printing piper.
Carbon paper and typewriter ribbon.
Wrapptn- paper, twine.
Filer., ink tands, mucilage.
Rlottins paper and envelopes. 1
Manufactured I. G. material,
llano and organ tuning.
l-um!shlng and repairing clocks
Printing annual report.
Printing iay roll maruals.
In-lntln Rulldmg Department spec.fic"
Paint boxes and paint for school suj
rlieS" vTM. TIUTAX.
MATHEY - CAYLUS
rcr ever half a century th pipulxr rentdy ftss.
.erlor to all ethers) with phy.lclans In irarctM
cad Amtrtea. for th prompt and corapl.t eura
vf Ibnff-ntardir.R cr rte.nt caa.a cf d.ra-u-tmeiit
c( tt. urtnar-r crraaa in either atz. At all cxilf.
till. 7 btU cf M capsuiM.
CUSt CO. Tarta.
For Lawyers, Officials and
others are paper-bound cop
ies of tlie Revised City Ordi-
nances. Official copies on
sale at Republic counting
room for $1.00.
GRAND NATIONAL PnUZF. OF
16.600 FRANCS AT PARIS
Wk-T, ITtnmili1. 1. EflTts r0lti. UK-
.trncr. aaj a -".lit-.i'd core1 tion cf the b.n,r
1. the result : tte-n the i-ne r-.. are r.uic-tl a- I
attiCMcf cola. Utlir-.--. -Israel- crw.s.-e-.
TrptoU asa .lltirol t c-crs 1 upw
cjilca Lvroer-o cSm fr rl t tte cr trr
andi-us::t,JJic.i"'lin.irt"i:aa- c- -
6 llwCd. a L-am. UP U. .I.UJ. 13 :-.
Nc Ycfk 1 L Fourera i Co., 30 N, WCian St.
Industrial Instltuta and College here to
day. It was heard b) a large en -ega-tlon.
Emperor Declares Foreign and Do- ,'i
mesne Allaire ivaceiul.
peror Tr.uicls Joseph declared:
"in the intimate relations of tho allies.
so clearlv manifested at lierltn. 1 find a
happy complement of the excellent relations
between Austria. Hungary and all the I'ovt
cr.s. esrevijliy Russia. .May this augur Una
conditions for tho continuing malntenaiica
of 1 eaee."
PLAGUE IN "AUSTRALIA.
Set. en I -Three Deaths Are Keport
d at Ftdney.
Sjdney, New South Wales, May 1"L Tha
number of cses of the bubonl plague of
11 Lilly refs.ited to this d lie is 316. Of thc
eventy-threei have provesl fatal.
Citleillel l'tiri!ec- Illlel Plill Tlllllllftson.
nwrj.t li'SPia 1 si.
W.-i.him-too. Ma) It When Colonel P. W.
Fiinlj.-e. the SI. Lads railroad man. cotres
t Washli gtou thero is nit one hi Is haiplep
to meet t' an Colonel Philip R. Thompson
of Kentin ky.
"Thirty odd ve.-rs ago." said Colonel
Ford) 1 e. "Phil Thompson and I were bustlv
. tigugea in tr)ing to kill each other off.
but 1 .izn glad to siy that did not suc-oe-
d in our s umuinar) purpose Re vvas
ultl, C?.n.r1 Titbit Iti.L. . ., ....,, I,n ., lti..
i'jf me ,1 tremendous amount of trouble
In timu of war ami infinite pleasure In timo
of xteaee. there vrere no gamer men hi
the Confederacy than tho.se who followed
II llt 1 Int..
Court .Vliielcnl Director llrnd.
Munich. May 13. Doctor Hermann Leler,
the Court Musical Director. Is dead.
Wel.sler Con ut- ltcin hHcnna.
Marshlle Id. Mo.. May 13 Thu. Republlcan-t j
held a m.i-ss-meithiK yesterday and elected j
thirteen dilegabs to the Senatorial Con- J
ventlou to Is hM 3t Fersythe. Mav- 3. The
delegates were Instructed for W. P. Sulli
van nf I'hrlstlan Count).
Tho Repulillcan County Commlttc alsov
in.-t mid derided to have a primary election 1
June l'i to nominate county olllors.
In the- Ct-'isil. Ilureail.
Washington. May 13 -Thomas A. Devor
of Rldsevllle. Ind.. Is In the city. Mr. De
xor was formerly edlter of a pnper pub
lished in HldgevUle. but sold out and has ac
cepted a position in the Census Rureau.
Pueh a pity that ever) body cannot en
Joy the life-giving, health-protecting com
fort of "Orangelne." which thousands aro
Well-ICnoiTn Minister Resigns.
RKl'l I!I,U SPECIAL
Roonville. Mo , May 13. Tho Reverend
Henr) McKay, rector of Christ'.s i:piscopaI
Church here, and well known throughout
tho State, resigned to-day on account o
will be run at regular Intervals between'
Jiroartway and Market street and the Rath
noae lrom 1 a. m. till noon. R-ithhous
open till noon. BELCHER WATER HATH
TVeuro Preneherr Arre-lnl.
Texarkana, Ark., May 13. James Wilson.
a negro preacher who came here to livo
about eight months ago. was arrested hero
to-day by Hill County officers from Hllls
boro. Tex. Wilson Is charged with forgery
at Hlllshoro. The oillrer left here with hla
prli-oner this morning for Hlllsboro.
iiie.-.eic .iiiiui 1. tieeiui. ' 1
Ruda-Pesth, May 13. Rtpl)Ing to-day tiJV A
an address from the presidents of tho Aus- rtti
trlau und the Hungarian delegations, with sVjp
reference to his recent visit to lterlln. Km- V