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TITE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAY 20, 1900.
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WILD WITCH SCARE
"Lowest-Priced House in America for Fine Goods.'
CORNER LOCUST ST.
K JjZZI P..!! .LK
for $ .20
K 'S Quarts LJy
M Direct from Dishil-r fo Consumer.
Cur er.tlrs product Is sold
d.r--t to 'STsarners.you thus
avoid adjltsrit.cn and m.d
dleT.m s profits. If you wan!
pars 7. jjsy for tnsd.ciml
p-rp-i-: or of-ei-v.:
the f: j,-.r.g; off-r.
t!Sr O 9
Express Charges Prepaid.
r- - t' -
We w ill send four full quart
bottles of (i.jvner's Seven-lcar-Oid
Doj'jle Copper Dis
tilled Rv eVihSkey for S3.20.
Express Prepaid. We ship
in plain packagesno marks
to in Jicale contents. When
i sou qet it and test it, if it
li ii not satistactory return it
sj at oi:r expense end c will
U return) our 53.20.
2 worrr Tn wraupcr anneir-eo
Hike hayner distilling co.isif-fflf'siss:
One hundred and f:'!y thou- ja
sand customers throughout rf
the United States use our fl
whiskey. Ample testimony M
as to Its purity and qual.ty, ?
is it not I
Save the encrmous profits t
kfi mc i:;.uLiic:r.cj. OLCiiti
wh.r,!.ey as ws effer for $3.20 M
cannot te had elsewhere for fa
less than $5. Our distillery f
was established m 1E66. J3 :j
years' reputation Is behind K
lcefer-nce-Stae Vit'l BanV. g
St.louiv.Ihird t l!kiis.Daton. a
cr jr.y o! the tepee. s Co "panic. ;J
O-.icr. fir Arir. Ccto.. Cat.
Idaho Mont t Xrw lps
Ore.. Ut.h. Vta-a VV t. .must cad
ior.vjaa-n dv rrrlfial, prepaid
An Old IHark Tat Terrifies the
People of South
THEY THINK IT SUPERHUMAN.
Weird Stories of Hie Animal Spit
ting Fire. Causing Sei ere Storms
and Pi-tving Attempts
to Kill It.
J IN THE CITY.
: u sr i iiiu
r - i .. a ta 1 5r tLe fcenflt of
1 i f s 'v n at tiff h :r o 4. ..J l-ap-tr
.unb on Tluuiay aitero.,... li-y -4 i
VI ij L' 11IU--A -uch-e nil! fc? ffiien i
01 " rsjr tfiiltK May -1. at the t"rjurnai
jrr i riit o? a northv t irnlly. Mrs. Denial
H. t nd (.riyge of thft afftir.
t'in rvRENDEU MISSING The pcJIce hao
t- r 1 r-eie 1 t. Fea n jr John I'tunlf ij
jcd-!t t 1, a labarer, nino licl with h b-ottier-11
aw it U2 D Kalb mi ei. He has i-cn
irjis nr from Lotn since last AKnJi.
C MtMENT IVORKER" MKKTING-t a
pie: X f th Vmted tJarTnnt orkr of Atnr
I a, N . !"a a J li liarusarl Hall, last airht.
re-rijt ns o ymratfc fr the .rtk-n. uero
Mluif a. uid GuuaciaJ at&js:ance pWJtvl.
PTr.TOrntATIC It bS MKETING A mn
T-eet ck v s ai-M lt ntgtt tt L.itikrana II til,
Eas- n r 1 tn2frter avenue- uni?r the ujs
rkrt -ft T'ttrnty-lth WarJ X"nocratIc Clab.
K-- lutti .i ta lavwr of thi- etictt cjj ttriifrj
Dt'S TO CIGAIlCTT2:5-2Iat CHar. who
aa lirnuht it. the Cit H piLl re 1uj
slroi. &i rarcrtLy dvmntM, Wtt tafcen to Clil
cago lat n:cat b nis Irother in-law H will
b- placed In an Irraii ajluii Clsan.ttca -Rcr
siid ta bo thu cau -f his cunJItioa.
BAHT SHOW POTI'ONED-Thf bay Fhow of
tho Children s wl-vi Chan Huntne Soct,
thcli v-a tu hae ttea opened next WeduefMiy
et the " 1 feu", ha Let-n -ostjned on account
ff t Frte1! ratlxia trte The con'inltt-B in
charge ha liecwtni ujh3 Juno a as tL. cpeninj
cm rniNTiVG co n:cT-Actinff ier
.-utwtlle' orened thp hi-ig t . r city irlotinT Sfs-
v- ierdaj at roon and aariii th cuntrat fur
j"-u i-nt m iiKusa 10 ioe jtepuouc ana ire rrn
trart for pnntx'C in German to the ilche
i t. Hij other t ddf utre the Ulr 1"-I icrao-
crat. Star, Ccrui-Ie, Aneicr a;jd AintriKa
OVERCOtK OP MORTHIXE Patrick Carron '
0 X'i Kl Suth TtJrd tiro t is lying at the
'itj II capita J in a dln ct.niltlon as lu result
f an overdoe of xnorthlne, taken, it ij thought.
wim sjirioai in-cnt i-ast cisnt he was uniin-
RUPt of th ar Laiofc f ;j Lojis Th coin
nmtto .11 urvc haa uii ..f-a fr ton dispol
1 n-tc.vu ,, s at c n t aiuto hto.t at
.rr.u uA ua? wn at 4?- t ua uu n n-M
unda iron a a i Uii 1 n n ana in il.i -
from 13 4. m. umlt 1 p. u. t ih lux uSiCo of
the 01rnic Tht-ter
J ML'D OP COXI'LMiNS-IU. th infnt
dausm.r of Mr a J Mii l'r-11 p iiugh-fi-cf
Ml-MoN-Mn Frank J. J "', tC'w7hf U 11U esL" uJ "nxitnc
.vw tiiiuiitiir ivuiuiuuf.
1 ri-fi 1 ! 'rncrAK
- u h iirer. Ma,s.. ;ijj J5-A witch tn
ti f.irni of a li! irk cat. so the people of
, tK old mwn think, h.is j,.n ciusins li-a-.t
r lo the toun for liftctn M'.-ir--. and an
JKi'ation is no coins on to hive thi? cat
1 diiox-l of in some m.iv. South farver it
only a tew milts from Pi j mouth, one of tho
t irlict stronEholds of the btliuf in witcli
crnft Now ZOO rcrvms here think this black cat
1: the agent of the devil. Thej sav the
town has bcei o immoral and ultketl dur
ing the last titt d.is that the dei.il thlnk3
he dos not nted to do per-unit: uoik hire
any longer and so has dtleuated hti pow
ers to the cat.
Lemuel docker, a mill worker, ouns tha
rat. It hJS hten in his family tor the lat
hfuen years, and In this time it Ins had
Imploring Conference Delegates to
Table the Temperance Com
IT CENSURES THE PRESIDENT.
QneMion Probably Will Come T,e
foie the Ceneral l.ixly This
Week and a Hitter i 'on
test Is Foreshadowed.
C if! a a 1
C.U&2 &1ETAL. WATCHHS.
yif &&& i m mt
tJte hE J rA JA. Eff J1
1 1 u o a a
Mr ljw Ji.f" n : rm'.' &4 jh
ar eSrSB ESOl?
Iast week's offerings were so Iw;hly appreciated by our patrons that we will repeat tiiose
Special Prices this week and add some other good features:
I VO SPhCIi IfcNS OF OUR NEW I .NOTiirvo 50 aeon attiiis iThis Will Greatlv AdJ to Vniir
rR!Ce liVEK OFFEKEU. ,.,, ...In
Interest at the Ra;es.
Chicago, Ji.iy U. There will l.e an ovcit
Inp and prolonsil contest on the door of
tho .Methodist Hpisropal Conference when
the majority report of the Temperance
Committee. ceiiurinr President McKlnl-y
for hl. attitude on the .nforcemt;iit of tha
nnti-cant. en law i- rtad. To-nisht the tup
porttrs of the minority report, from which
ill reftrtnee to the President has been
tiiminateJ. chum that thi conference will
I refu-e to become a party to any censuro
j-of the Pre-ident. (ithtr aa chief ex,-cutuo
of the 1 nlti.l Ktats or as a meisiU.r of the
The thirteen members of the committee
who signed the minority report have tn.cn
busy viith the. members of tte conferem ..
AHiliiHY .siiu. gi Attti:D Tin ti-ir.i of -,. t. v , 1 i x.,- .,. . ,. . I " an tfTort to secure sunrort in th.,i. .
fcl tr.uw at lo' A,n..rj 4; asnln uianK,.i T " "" """'". "'-. "a"' ' "" '-13 fuanl , lo ... .... r. ".7 ": -."'"'."
iivt mgi.. ( on; ai) H t-irji ilis-ourt oiu-i- niiten years, ana In this time it Ins had " " ",c "- " me action
i.rrh. capiHiii t t. t.l.Kr .ixuw.na...K. r- ... .i m. . i .,... t. . I of the maloritv is F.ihl to Iulo o....!
iiJ Hruu.vn.jv. n im.i.u uiu us iaa .-raiv.i longs to no ;ieciil bred. ns it is larger 1 i'l"!!e of cmuarras.s:in.nt aiming tli- ie.ideM
lu Uoiet cuia ucriy ,, .,, ,,.. ...,. i. , . . ,... f in the cnfrenio who will I- n.-..i ,.....
l'LliNiTflti: liOAitU OP Tn.vnn-.lt U.j I its neck. Its hind raws are like those of , to ,t''Ko a stand " th,? ls,ue wl'leli the fcub-tl-eiiai
ir-.iljii.- o: tte M. ImU 1 urnm-re Utv .1 ' oidinarv members of ih nnrrln f.imllv. ( "l'In of the Lwo riiMirts will raise.
but it is -aid the devil ta:.hined 1U iront , 'tur! ,,: srams and ..ijls on tiie
i raws tn ills own peculiar waj. liolh jmws ! ulJJl- 'iae ben pour.ir in on the mem-
. t. ., .1 I.l l -l... I DTd jf thH flrvTMtf rf uJ Ir.im ..II . i. . m
t uie iiij.u uiitvu tiiiu iiiu ta lutc i iuu - " " "! .n iAJlilib ur
nanuj o: an uiiani.
The cat IHes next door to the K-itnd
i. C. Kabcook, I'-ibtor of tlio iltrlnoJist
t'hurch of the ;uvn, nrcd It l.as tan'- i
that worthy cnt!emati much UuuhU. iie-
ci irac c-iiltd Is.r rJut-Ua t l.-u ii. in, th
txiul-itoi-i jt ti Furniture lx position mil ele-1
their uu lku.i.1 uf Mat.unet, and the jirvi u i
of er txiuLito. is desired. The peA.iai o m
m.ttets uiu rii-.it, ani it is. thoim tne Cwiu
uitu on Lj.aiiun will make a U"!:lio rcn.
ALUIGUI) I'KKIk ixCT AHKnTi:i-I-tectie
KilUar and L tzinin jourdaj af:or
n -oa oxitfctru a ii.an uho aid hli 1 1. une v.n
William Uwney The deie-tacb claim tht
Lhwx- wwife m tie a.t or luKin .i wonwi "
Ijs.att kIii.i b - was rrctel. Tne tumo o: ia-i
voir.an sj m.t iraracl liwm adiuiittil i--.ul
he had jutt t -ti rtrlraed fit m ti.e I-.'j..na
thn COtint sliiLc the t.ommtrt --.- 1.1 .1
upon it r port.
A x,unibir of tli sj roinmurilcjxlons ap-I-t
to the !iieniU not to r-cede from
tile lKlsitltin fnL- n 1. tl. rAm..... .. . .
KVJl.t- JV.iS J'1- 5- .lHr..'' I !" dually carneV, .?..
.... . -
in.- voiuerinco ni t to c-o rn r... . .-,1
lied In whan lie sleeps. Since thai lime
miahtiers j.ay the lustor lias feartd to
s-U-p in that bd.
J. Koiand tJuiKK. another mill emploje.
sajs. "Uf cyue, r.om. -.1 the jhoj U hire
nre sunerEtitiuu:?. but we cannot b- Mam d
for belieMiB tliat cat to tie wrong. ".slated
critlcu hi; the administration.
The contist h.is Uen lv. n somethins of
polit!. al Interest, a nuisint.it.i., ,.r ....
trosiAS'S At'.MMAlO liOM'.U The an.iual ! nre mpertitiuu. but we cannot b-l.iam d Kenublie.in Vmnini r. .. .
Fect-ion 1 "he Wilman's Ativ.'lji .it Hi i-.inl ! f.-ii- lli.mni. tli. it fir In 1... n mnl1. If .... i i , . . '"""He, u IS
tf K.la ill.,.- n, ot t... tp..1 Ulan U. " Crock.r would keep thi eat home luin,s '"i. '""".?, "'d " CWcaSO for a
ij ii j rioay nwininc in Bt.'.uiicr iinuuril ll.ui mi,.... !, all richt. At mjrht m m homo -"'- iV. .io.mi.ers 01 tne comnuttfo
. --.,--- - -..- . mill I. ..Iuh.. . t. . r .
there are Ftraiite Knockinga exeiy nignt. - -"m -jj ui; tonierenie. ilia rnis
uther people h'.ir the time rappiirgs, and! Hon, according to those with tttiom he is
tha woimn fjiks an afraid to o to tbo s.e I to Iiave conferred, is to ascertain -it
wore at r.icht. I tri-d u. baK the ,at one t!,bt hand tin eia.t purirt of "the roofu
MKlit and drown it In the mill jwna. hue ( uf ,, ,,..,, ., .' .! ri-iiu
the minute I touchci it the tat msta:m i "01 '". n, , m ,? .J, ' lfaf" IKr
becatno a Ma:. It sp.it lire at n.e. ''' ' ' the wntimMit of tho members in
"Whenever that cat climbs a trte it , rc,fjr'' ' "e repnrL
causes a blR commotion, for we know as i- lomimiiee .ill protmldy In kK.ii .111
ion,: us tho cat stas In th tree it will ' ,,''V,, i 'l) .' an ne.t mil
rain. That cat staed In a tree lor J-"""""' .-miuei j.nchie
4- , -. -ti 2jr
Y u'.niwwhatKUa mctil !s hnwflnra
b it s It cad lot tarnish r nut
00 ro;lo.e Us br liiancy Ue h
rr tu" ir.ee for th s Opo Iac
Vi 1 p. it" r il i-rritel is sh ,ivn.
Ji 1 te ( 1 c e i.Uenevi J"-e r ! p-:
nut t cio ni"it, n Lau-- ri
nt' 1 f7er
r.id.es' nun Metal Watch,
open face, this re. w't
II. r.Id-a lea rim. and
vith jeneled sold n.rKei
.lthaui n.ovement. .ttr
escaptmist, I5niut balr.
I.iflles Po'I.t Grid Iluntire
ca-e uatcn. nanosom- y
detorate . as shov.'n, w: ta on
of M-iro J i Jaccarl's la
jewelel movements lrer pv
, ni"it,ri i.nu-IQ rtH
-c-jK 3nni o ly C f. 1 U 'J
Our NcW CATALOG E tsll you
sll about Watches. We have hundreds of
styles, and it w help jou onderfutlv in
furnhhinzyourhnme an J in the selection of
Wsddingand Annliersary Gifts. It has 3.000
Engravings. lyrA-XXjlS-o mJZV&Kl
We have Washes from $6.00 to $675.00.
TMNtiot a varb remember. Itdoi
not tU the tic t;of v .at tacc-raie
ly itin.'M h race I; hs nickel tases,
and st irt. s p nd fy-tac ni"c xcLt
"W id all we u- ut wre : but re-
r-Ived more yc e-(r lcoU at thfl
price. Zo trccCer they
old oay..... ,
Jioe than Zi d"lt irate re rr
v.tit? i:xrd as tnim. I'r-idtnt Mrb.
fcinimch&. ic- pri?i.iMit. luiiekrfh lUrnei
-rtr. i'rs T Kwtn Wria, etifttri,
ilary "U. Trlj.ett.
I.UVCII MAN HI U.M.D Mcho.aR Hohn nf
vo. Jt Morun s-tr.-t who run u lunch taiid
t ilroalvrv.iv and Mjjii va- ie-iel burntd j
t t' vt.o k irdaj 'winij ly tha tsiloion
of a patMu.e move Kuhn :s ju-t about to
c i94 L.i iit Etn-i and was xtn ulh re his
ttoe. ihe tue was It-akin and it i sup- ) caue
iflEBlfillP m sPlllf IfMHP 9
Ilie World's OranJcst
5 LOCUST ST.
SAO FATE OF
AN IRISH LASS.
IOM.d, tf.e gasoline bee irn- ipni'i through Ui
j ' ai irooi nis cigar. A r.h oi are ua- cue rehUIt I
Lnd tn.ta of li ha :. uj-ius h.tii tiurntd pain- !
OOllDMAN KlVli Pi.NiiKKD-r; lin-ln K!np.
ha ,ua cKfftn 1 1 i lit--' 1. 1 : r Its la:.- .f '
MoMsJil lu tie Puis I . -Uien . o- i.t-rJiy
rcllad b J.. L Klnsiaiui preiUrnt f 'i.e
t I-iuis A.dnafacturit.' A-icjailn. uf hs ai i
I-olatnje t as u Juts' of ianls of Prem'urrs
two das onee. and durlmr tint time rT. i ,,' r LI to-uay, but was
had tho wor-t storm the town has cur """ '" ' uuemi'i.
known The cat fill In a v.c.I on dav, ant
until it was rthoued the earth shook vio-Iciitlr.
'A workman one afternoon thri w tho cat j that to
I-to -; unp-on s i'uiiii. wntre in" v.air di 1.0 ird ut 1
at least die f'et deep. Whin tie cat stt'Kk.
the wair lommenced to n.-cde In less than
."Vew mill l.ni j.-.-r ll.tniiuil.
MembtrM of l i comiiiltte on Uook Con
cern t. -i.a ad.iji.da niort p . ommeiidii -s
-rai 1. o.iii-ii uf aJthi.riie th-nop.-
to aip..ini a -ncial com.
M.iguie f-'nllivan's Sweetheart Be
comes Insane While They Were
Kit Houte to -Montana.
.win sairiuai la.tlll lXSL llSai WiB Union- t. ., I,r INriMli.ii t- ,:tn,.ti . ..t.
ecicua. The rmii- itinv i.ij u. ..n. k. .n,.- . l l" UIis J-xfosilii.n j:P ivlnil&.rd rebelled
coiidlticn. Cam.ll ts a laborer .nd has Lcca
cut of vork some tln;e.
OIIAIIGEP WITH n'UDnn A warrint
ehari-los murder In the first drjree was Issued
5 tcrdi amlctt yrvd Scnlnd'er. ta) hol anj
kill. d Join Clark on Maj 5. The two rr.?n ijuar
re. J il.-.ut a notien li a fiat at Twelfth an!
M rsn i-iree-s. Toe mrcan icjuisled thfra to
lii t a h use -.h'ndter scot clar in the
1k! .rri m the -li-wall. In front t the noun;,
tlaik an d at tt. dty Hernial atout to hours
TJ1EVTKR OKCllLVTJt VS OUn.VO Leadrr
CaTlllo of ibe llaihn's Th-ater orchestra will
1-al hi. men to CiiUn Station thia morning for
tl.flr annual cutini; on thn Gaconadu Ulr
kt ctijcctlte point I einjr the tnirn of Arlinc
t' 11 nine for a week ILey nM make a des
Iratt ftKort to uiteh all f the llsh In tha neish-
iio woo iKsi'its iTo:sor CaalIo. the party
will lnclaJ- lko Jnrelra. Tom Mussn. Oiarlea
-IiiMr rank Hrdtirka. Jose Gonzales. Krcols
Itdu-no and GturEO Etkhardt-
ACCfSED OP ronGERY-Harry Jen, a
cj-e man. ato Fald thlt he car-e t St iJre.lj
recnuy trorn Chlcaco wa arrest.it etfi:ay
tftTixn br Pectie rinan and noarh.
rrartrej with forelnjr iho nam of Gerrce W.
Iiauniiu.S, (reneral manjgr of the 1-t Lnuls
TraiiMt Company, to ptral ordrs on which re
IJ fald tn rare obtained money Jones claitred
that r.p wan auth rlTil tn ssll.. mr.... . ....
pjTj Mr. Eaun-.hoa declan-d that he had 101
irlen'il the orders.
on a hurried trip to the llttlo ones' rooms.
TOURNAMENT A SUCCESS.
QCEUjrs DAUGnTms- np-.-prr i . :
t.rlnlTii.'? tir ..A ..n.....!. -t- ... ... .
" - . . 1.1. t-i't-iit 111 in, i'ii en -
- Vauchten Hoi for fc.f Supportlre Uorr-n
ynd Frte Cooklsr Fchool at No 111 Nerth .S x
t'frth street will te uUer. nt th- new IWnur
'.arui-n in th .rnin? e.t vv i ini.i..4in. .
in.d-jctlon rf Rice's "lanur-llne" by comi.et.nt
I r.i ".roals. Th management cf the gardfn.
una rr tt theuier rih spare no pains lor tho
ui-i-a cf the ent.rpri-e The hnme r.- the
l-wilt of 'Rhlch the ent-rtamrm m Is to le
nun -ill be optn to il.ti-rs eiery Pridav
T1ST CSK MAln-Ths t,-alriral rnanaf;.r
?P?, "ST" - st I-101 ere d-fendanta In fix
5 ... Court ttrday murntn? cftarsrd with
-l.K? Xa comply ith the l.jlldinc ordinance
?;? ne' that ail theaters must be
cquris-a with automatic Fprink.lns deMces. It
.w"4 ,0 "7 o"11 ca' a"I rpial it md the
trer manacera would h. tund hv the d.riion.
1 f, r,"orn-y Tavlor rel-cted the case cf J iw a
J. l.iill.-cf the .Standard Theat-r A.l the ttl
Si?M f ,1.Mard- but. JuJk fc1enr withheld his
is2 If?. n"l .cixt Saturday na Mr. Ilutler was
iex and unahls to b li court.
R rt"7??..IN SAN-TUAXCISCO-Wlliam T
siTiTl' ?Ul recently a memher n the ( li
rA7,54Tr."'4 last niirht at Union Station by L-- '
i lL 2'"- Wjke Ir wanted tn San rranri'H.
n a charse of err.bej!zllns SZ.'tiO from the prol
Ir" fcn-jony He admitted to Clii-f 1'e-monl
iit t a' OIt 'a hi. necounts when he left
?h "-uieiwn, but clalme.1 thit h had rlen
ir . vJn several rotes to covtr his ehortar.
iianrpo mai m, rawer u a weil-i
- vi. i-arsonaaic. ill
communication al n uncine. tte at nnlnlment
from J. II Gore, the Jurnr in-Chief -t 1'aria The
ts t-eticn U mt' rratifjins 10 tl.t st lvu s M-in-ulaitunrs
A-MH.lallci. a o 1 tne JuJfts axtt
to te appointed
LIUDmUvlfANZ SI. .- .-.- Fcr the summer
reasin the L.ie!erk'ai -ilt.t hae mad many
1 lans A ..rtjr-?i in. .if th h.its fhtKiHfii. ' t..
tre teav-n was iued yc-terda It will open I Firooth as eter. and no trace of lnte.s can
the pn.wramtno with a ra.ln.ad excu-sitn P . be found. Yt the;e children cr for J.ijs
Tern den on Su da. Jure 3. On Satunla. i aver their nllp -e.' iniurics Thev also cry
June -3. a delegation will d-part for Inliaai: "r fn, ', :h' , ,, Tat l" ehewint: -a
11 to attend tne Sat-nierfestT TS-ere ll: be an ?" J1'! - S-.Th, 1- nrrnt-i cin find Tnoth'Tl)
mtertalnment en the iei.lrn cf July 14. with I tlulr fe t. but t nclr j.arents can linn iioin.n
f . .. . '- ---. --- I ih o hil rMnrf rl . f
Arin iiiuini"auors. ana tee soason wi i clos.-j
with a" S'ldsummer Night's Pthu." ce.ebrivlion
t-nd a dance in the club curdena.
SKRI FOR PHrSIAV IIKIR Major
Klec.enhln Ifi in re-iiit it . letter from Cdrnond
-C Jirodowf-kl Ind tais Ocn'Ul nt Snl-npn.
-Pru5.a. Goemment Dtrh t -if Iu-e'dirf.
relatUe to th- whertalKJt- of Karl i.m.1 Mork
t Hnd hl "alfe, Anna, wh w-i su;ipoied t
tf Ir. rit. Iult as lat as is. Th lnformarlfn
li wntnJ. tiv Consul ftate. for thn .irojwr
cettllne cf an -Matc Tr- ls-t letter rerelve-1
fruin ihfin tv their relatles In ITu5la in th
Jo.emn.fnt lftrict rf IHiesldorf was d-:l
"Glratlc." Januarj 5, 1SH. Th fnltrd Statrt
""uimj1 at" that he ha tm ur able to rind
xi f Mmf if drt such town on the mart ml
presurrf- it lllNf- that it Is a suburb of m.
I-.vtals arid li proiil-l m! relied n- St wker
t h rr Infr-iatt i 1 dtrei! In said to b .4
Im -v cjuirnirat --ti-jI IinlAvrkl srems to t---
h Lret tmtwrar. e to th matter -f cet-t.-ir
trart- (f 1,1m nnd ur's th Mhwt to paps
i."thti (a.na nor n.re In making inquiries
ii.i-Kn 01 nut tu cuiiii.1.1 a i.t vv r.nin.il
1 tl ttiinL 1 1 I . ,.nt .... ..i.t ... - ..
tne second- time it had .. :t th, vat stand- n . . ,," .;": hV.nns ii.. ,.' .
lnK hlrfi aid dry on tli. bottjm of the inan 1. ",J ." '"v;,,,, joti. r w.rJ'us,'i";1
The .Vit lumrtel out. and immediately the iPm .".'".. h... '.''""V" l"PXl tr- f"f bojk
, - , ... .. n ijiMi cu.ii.iin inn oi.iirp . Qim.a
tine tho popio hue let that cat alone " Method"s ,-hu,fh 6 0t CTWy
When little children leae thtlr homes at I a c.m. n n I mn ,
rlrht they t-ometimea return crying out I A. r'1 " " "-mla no n for a n appropriation
that the devil cat has bit en them, but ex- Vr hm ., ,V i ""r ,a """u"1
nmlnatlon of the place where thtj are fsrld " ,mI1P'' """' ' thi -5W.di-li lan0'Uu-e.
h.it. been bitten shows I le SM11 is .-..,,.......
Comjdeteiiess of Arrangements
islied Everv One.
IN THE COUNTY.
Ti-aflc was .amended on the county at-.et
r lili a l.knciif; tn tli St Im Transit
iVmrany j.T.r.it aft mcrn un accvunt cf the
labtr detnotiMta.iiin m t-t I.iuia.
Judg. l'irirl . t.ri'ay jrranted th petitlin
rf the 1 or-tlh.- h- --.i bt appj ntlnc Ed.tard I.
Ts-n aimlnii-tratf r of the i statu of Iiuia Tejr
ron. t.. -tic.-.! Tieodore l'apin. who resiinsl
itb-ml live tears airo
-The loiter f. uad in th.i Mljsjlppl Ittr
thixi- la.s ai;i Is now tlmurht to hate t-oi
a.ifc K'nc ef Ni 15 C s-uth Pvrnth l-treet.
Kin-: dlapiieai-ed al. ut two tteL. o tin m-Urr.Kt.-d
that 1 . m.;!it commit silicic The d
MTipui n rf th llii.it. r tallies n closely villi
tl at f Klrtr that hi. former landlady Mr
.Jeorjr Wielar.d. think, it 1. r-r boa-.I.r An
iniust was In !1 bj Kqulr John Cr-o-liu. of
niktill and the bxly burd .t C.ifT fate
ianw1 let Totvnsliip iCIrg had bten out of era
plovment fcr seme time
The annual tournament of tho Mifso irl
Game and Fish I'rotfctlte Association has
clcted and the affair Ins le-n one that w II
bn lorn; retnenil.en il bt the marksmen of
this country. At no otlr tournamtnt. not
eten ex.'eptins tne large affairs of th.
Kast. his th're lion n. li a gather.nj of
rratk sluts a- hate contested line duiln,
the pasi we. k. All the noud maik.-rn'ii
whose ramw are known to iterj' il-to-m
of rhe MMirt in the tountrt have cull.it d
herr djiins the t.cok. aril tneir unltern il i .itor for th
Mjrvsion lias i.e. n niimiration tor t.i
way in whuli the tournament Ins biO'i
har.dleil and for the co nplt-tin. s f thj
nriansti nn-nls Itetords h..te h'- n made at
this stent which hate n. ter bifore I .on
n ached, and ! Is duubifi.l if the tiniest
betwtfn KUlott anil -.'pmcer whl bs
iuaiii for many joars.
illll'l .1 lllll.r IllSi-IIS.i.in :1 rnn.r. . . .
, - -r -...-... .. ,, n. V Hill
adopted, tjitniK the management of the s.arl
l-ranclso took deiiOMtory and the Chris
tian Adtoc.ite over tu a ooininission of yet
cn. to be chosen by the California confer
ence. A subtidj of ) for the support of
the enterprises Is recommended with tho
ur.derrtandln.- that if loss is sustained dur
ing the net toar ears both the iapor and
the n.'pusltoi ore to he dropped.
Ueltt,Jte A:t. r trl.sl to tate the Cali
fornia and the l'aclilc Christian Adtoc-.te
c..n(,Iid-ittd. but the prop j-lth.n v.s to ed
down arI the latter gitun subs-idy of JOw
A res lull, n was adoptel dlrectlii; tho
Hook comnilti.e to formulate .. plan for
reorf-aiiiiuu the alTair.s of the h ok con
cirn on a business basis and put the n w
sjst. m of m-ULip. trcnt into tfTett at tha
earliest practical date. Delesute Arter tn.-d
to hat- all the pUdNMns interests of the
cliurth put under one ccci)tlve head by rc-diicin-;
the number of publ- hinc aiini's
fr.i'ii four to ..no. but the plan was rc
jivl.d. Tli, Committee on Sundry Hchool and
Tr..ct will ripoit to the Cim.ril ConfT
'""" r' mmcncilne the apr,o.ntrr.. n nt -
w 1.. L.' . . ..--. ... ' -
i-aiivii seiiooi DULI cations
ELOPED FROM EMERALD ISLE.
Loyal Fiancee l.efnteil to Allow
Authorities to Take .John Dri-.-
eoll in Charge Watched
Him on Trip.
reporting by 1 o'clock sharp will take posl
tl. n in rear of column
At 1 p. m. the p'oc sslon tvill TnJve e't
en Wifalnirton ate-iue to Uroadway; souih
on I5rjaawa to Ollte str'Vt, from whi h
IM.inl the j.osts will irocfOl to their respec
tive toints to transportation at follows:
tlrand marshal and staff. ISlair. L.-.on.
Ilardlnpr. Hansom. Lreim an J Colonel Saw
1'o-ts to Iron Mountain Depot at Knurth
street and Choufau avenue: ilasseiideubd.
Miller and .Meumann Po-ts to steamer City
of Providence. fot of Oiite street.
The p -t3 will go to Mie various city
cem-teiies. whire the eravts of the d ad
will be appropi I tel dejrated. At J'-f-fersun
Harr.ii ks ti.e er i"S will attend np
priipriite memorial day crcrcists. In which
..a.h post will take part.
vnturous disposition, and when Captain
Sin-ih of the tint sh Army came to St.
I.oi s he arp'Ied f him for transportation
to Sjuth AfiUa. I efore leaving he wrote
l o'is to siteral of his oid-time ocqualnt
:.nces ann-uiKing his departure for tho
scene of the liner war. One of those notes
was received by I.. 11. Stark, law e'erk In
the ofiice of G 1. B. Jackson, attorney gen
eral for the Missouri. Kansas and Texas.
TUCKER On THE CARINTHA.
r.t-K.WAY IX rr,R--T PAKK--W. J. Gate.
. .Ju C.ra avnj and a toans; woman
r. !? ""'-DC re.terJ.) m-rnlnt; throush ror.t
io-Sr .TJ52. "i b.n,r5 brvke. f-ienteniric th
Mife and cau-in? him to run sn-a). Th- hogry
ai ujrt.t and the occupants thrown out on th
cnUTfir -mi. fmr.. -n . .u . , .
ii.. J . .."4-1 . ii. iiitr uii; i isis ana
yiursra j-. Alter roiir.Jerlnc In the tvater Irr
A IW rClmlt. IhA anln-il t-r.1.. Inn.. -.. .
X.l..n. ..." a-.-..... -.uns liVi3C HUiil .1.
jericle ard -yam oihur. where It was causrht.
Jt traa Injured on;j KllRhtiy about the hind be
e.fttr5 and his comram n rai--I with a few
7v. 'I lh;y bearded a car anl roturr.e.1 to
TERRITORY WOMEN'S CLUBS.
Oflicers Elected at the Meeting in
and aNo .1 ci rrespondinc swreUiry for thtr
Mind.iy St hoi 1 t'tuoti and the irict series
whose dutj It shall be to cd't tracts. "
ItlslKlpK .Not ft ,lll J."
Th.i Methodist Cent al Confetcree Is
In a .l.adl.Kk ot.r the .option of two
........... ... !.- i-j,,..,.,,,,!). lllreo mo'n
?.ai.i.s wnnti are familiar to ete:t- """ i5 ivn iaien lo-d.iy wilt' mt
nortsman liate licurcd j.r.imir.ent'.j at tn's '""It Ihe :.st billot aniiouno.,1, honcwr
ti urn.i.n. nL Helkes. llu.'d Cro-hv. 'Je V "ra v uciice or a l.inis..de for a can ii-
tvto i. iintts ami tioimes ire Known ettit- ". ......tuo
w here, and m iny of the Ioe.,1 tnarksiee i
luite made names for tt u:n Ives wh'ch
v. 1.1 reieh far beyord this eitj. Am. n
these .in- Spincer. Gnescsllet k. St.irkioif.
Tavlcr and Denning. The re or Is made by
th-m a.ainst tte b-st shot- in the r.m- n-
! hat" been wonderfu'ly crti'ltable and show
that the div.dinir line between them and
ir- top-notcner- is very thin.
Parmalee h.-s added fresh laurels to tho-e
h has already won, and D.mi. is Ins shown
wonderful form. Jt is s-ner.illt to be r. -pr.
tted that Pred Gilbert w is absent fro n
the tournament, but during ail the tim- that
the etmt was In progress ho lay iek at
hi.s hotel, unible to contest.
Datis and Garrett did sood work In their
Equuds. but it is impossible to mention ant
one individu U as hating do-ie the most
c;r..ii;auie nuih uuiaii; til." wcclt.
?f. Louisnn Aboard
Wrecked Off ITayti.
One of the St. Louis men on boirrt the
a-intha. which Is reporteil shipwrecked off
tho island of Ilatti on her way to South
Africa with a cargo cf mules, i.s J. W".
Tuik.-r. a collector. Tucker was a former
resid-nt of Ilutler. Mo., where he practled
law- for "i.'teTal years. He went from But
ler to Jefterson City, where ho se-cureel a
position as guard under Warden J. Ij. Pace.
A convict made a vlclcus attack upon him
Ioce diy with a knife and he was terribly
cut. After remaining In the prison hospi
tal for pome timo he came to St. Iui.s.
. , , .where he has -dm e raided. Td'ker is
Irclnnd, pasi-csl through Union btation last wt.i known to !o al politicians. II.s f imily
nnrrnwc bi eciau
Centraka. 111.. May 19. At the Demo
cratic; prmaries here to-day there was
sharp rlvlrj far the place of township
central committeeman. Ed Fitzgerald beat
JIiu Prill for the othce twenty-eight totes.
On the county ticket J. W. Finn had 1M
plurality over Isaac B. IJet3 and J. II.
Dew.s for Circuit Clerk, and probably se
cured the nomination in the county. For
the other ollices there was nc ODDOsitlon
the Steamer ' nd W. D. Farthing of Odin Is nominated
iur ccace s v.ccutiiey. ciuciur e uruoiaer -or
Coroner and AIcjl. Hamilton for Surveyor.
Guthrie, Ok.. May 19 Tho annual meet
ing of tho Federation of Women's Clubs
Oklahoma and Indian Territory brought out
tho most representative attendance-
women since tho organization of the Fed
erntion. Nearly O) members ntien.io.1
Mrs. Selwin Douglass of Okl.ihnmn 'r-iti.
was reelected president for tho third time
by acclamation. Tho other oliicers e-facted
are: Mi-s. nujjeno Hamilton of Chickaha,
llrt vlco piesident. Mrs. J C llobert.s.
KingHher, yeeond vice prvidde-it. Airs
Ji irt e'.irr. Pawnee, treasurer. Mra. A A.
Wing King-Usher, recording ser-retary; Mrs"
Anna Campbell. Wntonga, auditor. Under
the chmgeil constitution the cnrrespondln-"
secretary will be appolntesl bv the presi
dent and probably from her home town
Mrs. J. J. Houston of Guthrie. Mr. r a
C. s,rrr -d -,, m, m. nni ".i I C . An or Klngtlsbcr and Mrs. Harris f
rnd-rd by the Iniruqu r.irra ta.mi ant the . '-hickasha were appointed n committee to i I.l'dy Jaeek
rrpceeiis to be uted for the l.ntlt of tli Ind'an i "uumit a revision or tne constitution at tho K E. Ilurkhart
ti.Ji. v. ,H unaer ire rurrtiiGn or tn t u"i meecing
cno neAi looriiumeni win take plsce In lorwarcied
this city at DuPont Park, the management President
i. iite hitherto not prominent in the ballot
ing. Doctor K. V. Neelj of Phtiadelphi i.
who almost stampeded the Conference bv 1
pow.iiul speech on the life ttnuro of the
DENOUNCED AS CONTEMPTIBLE.
Strong Words L'seil by .Minister in
Censuring the 1'rej.ident.
Iiiltimore, May 19 At to-da'.s session of
the Gener.U Council of th- Ki formed Epj,.
coial Church the Heverend W. W. Iithrop
of Scranton, I'a.. introduced a resolution
requesting Pr, sldent McKI dry to abolls"
the army canteen. He ass.'rtsi ......
In .I. ni. .llfV.. ......... .. . ..1. ... ...ni. 1.
ce whether the secretary
k- ' the resolution to thy
-i-..-. v, t.-Jt...!! aimuiia
IV.n.tni rlntrio.l at, .1- ....li. . ..I....
f -n . . ....", ii'iuiiirs .I. i ikii iiikii, us Liiiniii. i iitr in inn i. run. ,....
of ' Uiarge of it upon the repr-s. niation of the. have abolished the innte.n be .,.,.., J-".
, Kansas City members that that city woull ''!- I'D. Is out, mr.triile." he e-sel.iimed
t inl l.i. nlil.i 4n Tll.nft".. Il.nl. ... .. t T"!!.. . . . . .. .. ."linen
... '". " , , r.f ',';'', ""l" lu "" nearly - n-cuuiion uas .ns-usse, at conild
of , FiniDort which sno-iid be neenr. e.1 elm ...' er.-ihle l-n-iii .n,i ...... ..n...i. ".''.".-Iu
- .'m5.nt' on.,accoI'n,t, ' 'holr disaster with as to condemn the liquor tValiic m ieucral
thi Convertion Hall. The nrri.rn.,., . terms. bcucraa
ItEADr FOR "Tlin SIIIt.rO" At a rernt
ri-irjrg of th4 Rock Church C r.fernce cf fir
M. Incect i Paul foeletv a cemmlttea was
SSr1 ....to . tIlc cl-arge cf th- production cf
Tne ilUE'lo" at the OIn.plc Theiter or tte
tenlrs; of llav r. ss fellow.: Professor lyiuis
J. Dubuque. Hn Leaker. John R. 11.ni!.- TVs-tn.
J J. Kane Hart IIaiv J. J. I-en.l.r-.i-i .1.
the tournament at DuPont Park has been i
the most complete pissl'de. the operation I
of every shoot taking place without the.
slightest hitch nt any point The vork of
thi ofticer- has been exceptional ,ind can
not bo prahed tos highly The oliicers ro
th f.'r lire Doctor M C Starkloff. presi
dent; W. II. Howe, vice president: Herber'
Tat lor, secretary, and G. n. nawltr i
treasurer. All are local men except Howe
who comes from Kansas City.
lllirht P.eceread Gccrpe Montgomerj'. now- thn
QUIT WHJTE GREAD.
Could Aot Jet S. I root, lb From If.
An Episcopalian minister of Ellenville.
N. Y.. t.I.o is interesied not only In the
spiritual welfa'o- of his congregation, but
in their fljsieal well-lelng also. sa;.s:
"I can now do a-i immeais amount of tvotk
and feel no fatigue, for the reason that I
am using Grap Nuts breakfast food and
havo quit coil' e entirely and am using
Postum Food Coff. e.
"Myself ar.d t.imilj are nil greatly !m
Shawnee in Oklahoma and Purcell I. T
contested for the honor of entertaining the
Fedrution next c-ir. Purcell was the suc
cessful e-andldate. The territorial clubs are
ambitious, and an effort will be m.s.ln tn
place Mrs. Douglass at the top In the Na- ! d"3- (1
tional Federation r. J a
Twenty-five papers, bearing on all phases
of club life. home, society, huslncs, ioto
and hgislitlon. were read ilr Siundirs
read a p-iper on "How to Inluence f.rgi'a
tion " She said that railroad passes slumld
be given club women, who should viiit leg
islators at their homes and win them over
to be pure and right by womaniy gr.ics
and charms. Speaking on beauti'ting our
tonti". Mr. IJarton of Paul a Valley said
that prizes should 1 o offere-d residents for
r. R. Han-chill ....
Mary Moor ...... .
treda Go.ebrlnk .....
Sili. Itirt ..
Htn-ietta I. Raker
A IV. Meek
Riirnbcth VVittn . ..
P J Mu'th . ..
Inri C C. VVaun-r .
Helen MrK. Ritchie
Z7M r-hipp-j ,
' ,-,- " MI l-'Tleh
- North i;ietentti
1K3 S Thlrtnnt'i
101S .soulttd j
53 Siith IMjI
???- S.""1'1 riBhteenth I
...3.4 South Thiriientli
Chleieo. Ill ,
. .. .. ......r-2-" Gntel
ttUi Garrl, Id
s. uth Tenth
21 South Twntv-c(s-oni
IfJIIT AT IC.t.!AS CITY.
Ileiiiocrallv Priiii:iries Contested by
Hit nl Fuc-tloiiN.
Kansas City. Mo., May 19.-The Demo
cratic primaries to elect delegates to the
State. National, Delegate, Court of Appeal!
and Judicial conventions were held in Kan
sas City and Jackson County to-d.iy. The
Shannon and Heed factions, comprNli.g re
spectively, the Courthous-e and C.tt Hall
forces, lined up in several of the wards
anO I contested for supremacy in hero of con
trolling tho delegations to the lour con
ventions. M.ivor James A. Heed Is a candidate for
ucleg.ue-at-lurge to the Kausis city con
vention, and his supporters ought to carry
the primaries in his interests. The lection
mach nery was In ihe hands of the Shsnnon
crowd, n pr.-sente-d b the County Commit
ice. The Hied crowd ppiicd to Jude Herry
this morning for an Injunction re-.tra.ntni
tlie holding of tho prin i; ea on the grourl
that the lountv ommittee was not acting
within the law. The' injunction was deniel
In the Kiebth Wnr.l Ihe ln.lo... i
clerks appointed by the County Committee
night. With him was Maggie Sullivan, also
an Immigrant and his sweetheart. Thsy
had made tho long trip across the ocean
together, and on arrival in St. iouls she
found that her fiance's mind was affected.
DeFpitc this, she refuted to allow the au
thorities to take Driscoll nway from her,
and said she vvoulel continue with him on
hor Journey to Hutte. Mont.
In company with these two were threo
other emigrants Jerry Donovan, Philip
CtIIIIu and Michael O'Shaunessy. They had
come over with them In the same ship and
have assisted tho unfortunate sweetheaits
In every way they could.
Driscoll has two brothers in Hutte. Mor.L
They advised him to come to America. Ho
was very rmrh in love with Maggie Sulli
van, at.d. wnije ne ien ne uu,m 10 go, in
could not leavo h-r. Her parents opposed a
marriage, so thoy eloped, with the Idei
of marrjlng when they rcach'M Hutte. Dris
coll explained all to his brothers, and thoy
told him to bring with him his fiancee, and
tint a regular Irish wedding celebration
would be held.
Tho ttip acro's the Atlintlc was without
Incident, nnd Maggie nnd John were hippy
when they lamlevl In New Tork. Tiiey
thoiight of nothing but Itutti: City, and th.
day of rejoicing when thev would be mide
man and wife. They eagerly awaited the
tra'n which t.as to take them to the far
West, nnd boarded It with not a thought
of an obstacle to their Joy.
t the train, however, a charge came
over John. No longer cheerrul and gay, hi
Fat b-side a wlrdov- ns if In stupor, gazing
e om the fields and mountains. Mag-d
thought It was homc-ickniss that ailed
ldm. She tried to cheer him up. but the
sweetheart's smile was no longer there. He
d.d not Fecm to rccog-iize her. She burt
into tears and pleaded with John, but her
rlalnt had no effect on lilm. Other emi
grants came to her assistance, but they
could do nothing to aid Driscoll. His ac
tions were strange. He was cared fur and
watched throu, limit the journey to St.
I ouls. and v!icn the pair stepped oft the
train at Cnl' n Station Maggie led her
sweetheart into the waiting room and took
a seat beside him.
Driscoll hud a black valise In his hand.
This he would keep holdn.g up between his
es and the electric: light. He appealed
to be dodging the ilare.
The couple. Dr.-coll following the faithful
little woman, walked trom tne emigrants
waiting room about 10 o'cloek and boaruel
the lo.IO Missouri Pacific train for the
MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES.
Committees of the G. A. If. .Make
at IJutli r Is one cf the b st. His brither.
who re.'des there at present. Is a lie-puty
Clty Marshal. Tucker wa of an nd-
Prtnmry at At..
itnrcnuc spkcia u
Avn. 111.. May 19. In the Democratic pri
mary to-day a light vote was polled. Tha
Instructions were tor Judge S. W. Treesh for
State's Attorney. John I Klmmel Tor Cir
cuit Clerk. Doctor L. O. Cox tor Coroner.
No candidate for Surveyor.
3Inrlon Connty Democrat.
Rirrnue srEi il.
Salem. III.. May 19. Tho PcpuUnts of Ma
rion County met la this city to-day and
nominated the follow Ing county ticket: Cir
cuit Clerk, Edward Lacv; Coroner, E. C.
Mills: Surveyor. Isaac Hill. No nomination
was made for State Attorney.
I T!- --r.?Vp;-'c4'-,sZ.
,. -MgPiJ jy
and woman's ills would fill a
whole pacje of this paper if we
attempted to describe them.
Poor Woman! Truly she
has much to bear. The burden
of living falls heaviest on her.
The suffering which mother
hood and wifehood, which tho
necessities of modern life im
pose on her frail frame, are sometimes almost unbearable. The
torture which society duties cause to fashionable dames is too
often the cause of dangerous, chronic diseases.
To conjure away these sufferings take
ks KF-. n n n era iz n n np f 1
ti Pld 1 3 y U iTK H H tOI fesl V
Tho Executive Committee cf the G. A. II.
posts of the city bavins the Memorial Day
refused to receive ballots because three, I celebration in charge, met last night at the
i..iv.iivn s.-iie oy .sjjui i.eeu insistesl on l.lndeil iiocei aou vs:ir;it. mi cirrangc-
proved in health. We have largely aban- :Jr",p". ZT1 LS?,V' ", h,fl! , e ," ', ror n"ld -Vav Sl l.acled remaining in the voting place. The ltced I nts for the proper observance of the day
doncd the use ot white bread. Ppvards of ' h,. best-appointed houi-e-s and well-kept Ann'e Pattln .".-.i:; ?Z supporter, thereupon conducted a primary ' "1 S I "GancfoTfC was X od a rnnj
twemy-tive p. rsi.ns have ehanresl their dkt , IaSns.. . .v. . . . - '"'"- "" S-uth Kiurteenm of tn'r own, the result of which will be h. ' Jo1'" "-. a, , , l - $ , , S,E "",
on my recoriuin u.Ution It ""gladly len . -'"""eat Douglass was the recipient of a I!arbam it.t. 15-7 Saui.h Fo-lrte-th e-ontest. ue a i marshal In place ot John W. Noble, who will
because 1 know, trom p. rs.,n il experience! JlanC'Tn:n,0 .siIver c:..el (r"",, M"V. HTlen J. J:- "ler -1 'ortesu In the Tenth Ward there- was a similar le 'Jt of the clt' Aid!i anU committees
whereof I speak." ' Gould. A few; months ago Mrs Douglass May Adams M Hunt clash tthich c-ime near r.-ultlng in a "en- . frem caeh of the posts and auxiliary oi-
It is a weil-I.nown fact that white bread y'?, ' " r,' i" . ?tIC', iih,". ?La M.r?'?."vr 4;4 Fou'-h .crn.r-i cral light Two patrol wacons loaded with gamzations were appointed. A letter from
f.'.'ople. psrileularly ' thoi? wC ha've weak tay and the library building t, ,a Imm, CHrk .. .;. jjj . iSI?.-, , X'ks andtoktLmo ' ?f onfedf thrlmf't. VT,
J IntLs.Inal dlg.stion. The result o' the process of erection j: T. Mtrpacn l5jMj.e the station, while the P.ecd crowd inductee. ' t-JI"nie 'lI3 lha ?y'nif x" the, fjct hls
useofmuchwhltebroa.lisalackofhr.ini ,. . Tl,-.,,.., Pnr,.n.. v"?-im Menensld".".' .--Irut j their own primary. In the Fourth Ward post was preparing to take part in a cele-
f and nervous power to do m.nt.ii work and -" for ThnrluT s Par.Iou. JliL1," M.n.fiei.i il h-!o there were many bla-k etes. but no arr..stV i tration In the rfouth. it would not be pres-
t. i . .. .... .. .. . j.:T--Ti'in.if- Km-ri 11 ...-.......-.. --.-....... .........1:5 l.Irtn n-. . .-. . .. . .; - 1 . . ... . ... .
11 a.Mi ill ill. misi iii.i. 1r.111n.01s n-..niirt ..... -. .....w . u ...u. ..... ...
1 am ill
the eiccss of starch feiments in the
testlnes and makes the conditions right for
the growth of microbes: whereas Grape
Nuts breakfast food contains tho needed
starch, but In a predlgested form. That
is. il is transformed into grape sugar in tho
process of manufacture, and delivered In
the packages, ready cooked, and In such
shape that It Is Immediately assimilated
without hard work of the digestive organs.
The food also contains the delicate parti
cles of phosphate of potash which, com
bined with albumen. Is used by nature to
make the gray matter that must be In tho
cells of the brain and the nerve centers
throughout the body. In order to give
strength and ability to stand long and con
tinuous work, ltoth the Postum Food Cof
fee and Grape-Nuta are sold, by all flrst
..... ico ...,, u rs. . Z -,u couru is not vet ei.mpieie. rile in- -iit
"oainv: ..;.:.:.?' S? & 2 d'"?," -., the 'Hn,cn ha w
m rourtntn , maj0rlty of the delegates to the State Dele- ! .hat
JIiij- nirth Mnnth IHn.. j Kate Convention, but there wilt be con- I ttir
emerald, signifying "Success
Ibices from S3 to KM. M-.nn
aro Thurber killed a mm in Indian Terrl- Jaccard's. Broadway and Ijjcust.
tory. He was sentenced to be hanged, but c,;i noli WtJ.hnr, &.. v.....i. ...
Pre-sld-nt Cleveland commuted this to Ilf,. I "" " 'M""J Aiijta smalty, $3 to
Wash'ngton. Mat- 19. Itcnresentatlve Cur.
tis of Kansas is getting up a petition to be
signed bv all the. members of the Ivmisn.
delegation, asking the pardon of Thomas
Thurber. a life prisoner In tho pcnitentlarv
nt Fort Leatenworth. About sixteen tears
Imprisonment. The Judge and United
States Attornev who tried the case have
recommended Thurlers pardon. His fam
ily live at novsvllle. Kas.
Convicted of Murder.
Cairo, ilk. May 19.-Lewis Thomas, the
negro who shot and killed Joshua Sheldon
on last Christmas, was tried ..t this
of court. The jury brought In a ter.iier
testing del-gates from tho Eishih
Tenth wurds In ail tho conventions.
Aouilnntcd for CotiKrens.
Norwalk, O., May IS. Wood W. Sklls
of Shelby. O . was nominated to-dav for
Congress by the Kepubllcans of the Four
teenth District by a vote of 12 to 111 for
It used to be a common satlng'of Myron's
that men ought not to seek for things in
words, but for words in things: for tb.ir of criilltt- of murder In the ir ,i... ..."
things are not made on account or words; 1-elng out seventeen hours: Thomas's T at- . S-" i wn 0 '$l J 1 , Th.i. here .th,.ln'
but that words are DUt together for tl. , tornev will maka the. ,,..,...1 i,.S3 f. atJ ?' ln 1?. organized a club here th!3 even
I Ettka of thlngSL-Dlocehes Laeriius. ' new tri.sl """" iur a I i"K. to. ne Known as me xajeua Uou-ntj
" . T " U YalMIMte.'
I'ajrlte- Yates Club.
Vandalla. Id.. May 19. Forty-five veter
ans who voted for "Illlnols's War Govcrn-
and spoke ot the feeling of friendliness
had been en-renue tu since tne last
between the veterans on both sides
On Mas 3d the posts and camm. wnl as
semble at their headquarters, or oilier place
designated by their ptvL commanders and
captains. In time to r.ach Twelfth street
and Washington averuc at 12.UI p. m. sharp.
Tho column will form on the east side ot
Tv.elfth street, right resting on Washing
ton avenue, ln tho following order: Mounted
police, escort Sons of Yetcrans. Sergeant
Hamilton Fish. Jr., Camp No. 2, ServlremLn
of ihe Spin h War. tho Ulue and ihe Gray,
grand mar..al. chairman general, Mtmo
rlal Day Ccmml't e chief of staff, ndjjt..nt
general, aids-de-camp. band. Husscr.deubel,
tinier nnd Meumann posts, band. Itlilr.
Lyon and Harding posts, band, Jtansom, I
Jjsas and Colonel Shaw posts. Posts not
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