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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MAY 22. 1900.
the whole matter will Ik. referred to a spe
l.il committee to report to the' next Cen
Should this not be the case, then the
question will he on the jiropriet of ovt r
tuting direct to the pre-ibv terif-s of tho
t iiurch at large, and th- decision in this
t.ise will depend upon the c'lir.icter of the.
ecommendations of the Commltfe-e on
J tills anil Overtures 1! Is the opinion of
many prominent in the acmLl that In
ease ro radical changes In the Confession
ure recommended the conservatives, irnj
Join with the liberal-- in handing dov.n the
recommendations of the committee to pre
livtcnes Hut it is clear th-it th- runvna.
tlvcs are in the rn'ijorltj and hold the Key
to the situation Thev appear, however, to
tie f-iir and reason-ihle. willing to do what
Is right in the pr.-rei-es ni'd consistent
with the historic pos-iiion of tho l'resbvte
n.m Church in matters of doctrine This
fls-emhlv tannot of Itself imke nil chini;es
!n the Westminster stand-ircs
l.itlon to He-ports From Work in
China, anil .kipan.
Women from ram States are hold'tg the
convention of the Pre--b teriin Wom-in'.s
llcnrd of Melons at the Cumberland Prcs
hjterian Churcli, on Channimr and Lucis
iivenues. in connection with the General
Assembly of the Probvtcr'.in Cliurth. in
t-ession in M 1-outs ptfrd-iv ther- was .1
meeting of the Hoard of Foreign Missions.
Tin re will lit sf,-ion of the varliu.-, de
partments during the continuant e of the
Mmes. C K Hopkins of St Louis, prel
idem of the Board of the toi-the,i. was
in the pLilfo-ni tegcthe-r with Mta II. II.
l"orvth of I'hlcuRO. president of the North-west'llo-inl.
and -Mr- G C Ytik- of Nw
"iork. pre-sident of the Northern Hoard A
number cf jnung women from s-t Louis
iicted ns ushers The church wis dcoraltd
with flacs from all tht nations cf the lZ.a-1
r ti tit. The mingling of colors nnde a
Eity t fleet On one Hide cf the platform
iure"w.is a huge map of the world, indicat
ing in vviitt pofth.us of the globe the mLs
frionarics supported l the boirds were at
Mr Hopklm-. as enior president, at 10
clock in the morning, announced the
livmn, t'hrisit. for the world we sing " At
lis cc.nclu.sion Mrs C. P. Wright of fan
Francisco, a m ml er of the Occidental
oard. read a Scriptural UM Then .Mrs.
James II. ISrcoke of St. Iouis, a memler
if the lres Committee, offereil a praver.
Mr.s Seidell I Spencer, ihalrman of th
Press Committee, spoke a few ccrdial words
of welcome to the tieltgaies f-om .iliroid.
A hmn was sunr 1 the audience follow
ing this, and thin Airs o A Cramer spjk
m the Huhject, 'Totnts from the Ecumenical
Mrs T N McXair the wife of Doctor
McXair. who Is a pruir.ineni missionary in
J ipan, Ba a very interesting talk on a
Dtiv in u Missionary's Life" he was fre
quently t-ppl.i u-Jcd and iroed htr in ultra
To laushter and teftrs The mornins sts-f-lon
was closed bv Mrs. F F MeKhea of
Chicago with a talk on "Home Problems."
In the afternoon the Beri-sion ope-md at Z
o'clock with n hmn Mrs. G C. elsley
offered the prayer Doctrr J I!os Stevon
on was on the proRramme for an iddrcvs,
but. n-s Important work In lonnection with
the General Assembly made it impossible
for him to appear. loctor Cunninsham of
lVUn. China, midea ery Intereslirs ad
dress on the subject of ralvlon vrcrk anion!?
the Chinese Aftir Doctor CunnlnRhamN
H'Mres". Mr? W. A Itonsack ans a so
prnno o!o. which was enthuslisticallj ap
rlaudfd Doctor T. N. McXair of Japan then re
lateil somo of his experiences In the ml
Flonarr Held of that ccuntn. Mrs II. II
J'orsMh read a paper m "Givlnt;." which
was follow td bv the collection taken up by
the ushers. Mrs. .Meade. C Williams spok
ii the subject, "Missionaries Hour." and
the session was closed with a hmn and
benediction bv Doctor McXair This after
noon the meeting will be resumed at J
REUNION AND BANQUET.
Auhum Theological Seminars
Members of tho alumni of the Auburn
Theoloclcal Seminary who are In St 1,ouis
nt tending the Presbyterian General Assem
bly, cave a reunion and banquet at the
St. Nicholas Hotel lost n!j;ht- The affair,
which was attended by twenty-nlna
alumnists. was a success. After the ban
quet each member was required to speak
nd relate some remini-cence of their term
at the seminary.
The first H aker of th evening- was the
liierend Gcorpe It Stewart cl Auburn,
N. Y. president of the Auburn Seminar.
He spoke upon the present condition of the
institution and of the progress it hail made
ilurinx the past five enrs He also dwelt
upon the Alumni Association. comnr-nMnir
upon the Rood It had done li the wa of
hecurinc students fr the Institution Tiio-e
Tho Reverends Georce B. Stewart, Au
burn, N. Y : Hicharrt Holmis. Pittsburir
Pa., J. Delmer Murphy. Macon. Mo., K
iJoya jones. Cayuga, x. , itus.n
Jones. Constantla. X. Y.: William II Itates.
Webster Groxes, Mo ; Ilenrv K Santiorne.
Alton. 111.: Warren D. Hos, Elmira. N
Y ; Albert It Judson. Hunter, X Y.. Frank
i: Brancroft. Gro eland. X Y : E. W
Twlchell, Lockport. Me . Isaac O Best
Mafleld. X. Y : John MacLarhlan. llii'K
hamton, X". Y".: George II Marsh, Cape
Vincent. X. Y.: George William Kn.
1'r.Ion Theoloslcal Seminary. X Y , ltlchard
IJ. Harlan, Ilochester, X Y., Walter Itock
wood Ferris, Brookljn. X. Y. Charb s I.
Hojt. Chicago, III ; J. Gllmore Smith. Dal
las, Tex.: William W. Welter. Geneva, X.
Y" . Hugh K. Walker, Los Angeles, Cil.:
i:. C. Ray, Chicago; Ferdinand Von Krug.
ICIngston, Pa.: James M Douglass, Toledo,
.: George U. Swinterlan, X'ew Berlin. X
Y' . C. C. McGinley. Muskogen, I. T : James
It. TJmberger. Junction. X. J.. S W Pratt,
Campbell. X. Y; George McKay, Chicago,
ASSEMBLY SNAP SHOTS.
Some of the Interesting Figures at
the Big Meeting.
A genial member of tho assembl) Is tho
Reverend Doctor Robert A. Daxlson of St.
Georges, Del., a former citizen of St.
LouLs. In an Interview Doctor Davison
Hated tliat It was Just tarty year.s ago
flnce his first visit to this city, and spoko
with much earnestness of tho changes
vrought since then. He stated that at that
time the Reerend Doctor X. S. Rico was
pastor of tho Second Presbyterian Church,
which stood on the corner of Fifth and
Walnut streets. Special reference was made
to Doctor Rloo's fctrles of sermons on "The
Signs of the Times," and which drew large,
audiences. Ho also spoko of tho Iloerend
Doctor S. J R. Anderj-on, who. for many
j ears, was pastor of the Central Presnj
terian Church, which at that time stood at
rift mo corner oi Ligmn ana iocubi aum-,
J fc the present site t tho St. Xicholas Hotel
l Tho eloctor expresseei miasm us fci.ii
pieasea ai iiie rayiu suiuts ot. xwu3 ..-7
nude. ejspeclTlly tn the line of her Kreit
if business blocj and manufacturing Inter
ests. A snap ahot was taken of Doctor
Davison as he was entering the Washing
ton and Compton Avenue Church.
Two of the most Interesting commission
ers to tho assembly are the Reverend Henry
T Selwin, iiastor of the Prr.sbter!in
i Chtircli In tho Yankton Agency. South Da-
1 koto, and his ruling elder. Thomas I..
Anuie. loth or whom are full-blooded S.oux
i Irdlans. Theso two commissioners are re?-
I ular attendants upon tho sittings of the
I assembly, and are well ioted on nil the
important questions coming beforft that
liody. They express themselves In good Eng
lish and are genial and refined.
Another capable commissioner Is William
H. Scott of Philadelphia. Mr. Scott was
honored by tho assembly by boinij trade one
of lho special delegates to coivcy tho ereet
inBR of the iissmeblv to the General Meth
dbt Episcopal Conference, now In scs-ion
in Chicago On account of serious Ulnei
in his family, however, be has Bono heme,
nnd Cvrus MacCormack was appointed In
GIRL IN JAIL.
Jlinnie Latham Is Charged With
irnnihiiit Mo . Mar 2L Corrfablo
Echooley of Orand Pass yesterday brought
Miss Minnie E. Latham to Marshall and
placed her in jail on charge of horse steal
ing. Sha -was recently released from Jail
at Lexington, where she was held on charge
of breaklnB Into a school building- at Hig
irinsvlllc. and was walking on her way East.
-.'".- ,-..... vo. elm etnln n TiArH ritin
Mr Martin, near Malta Bend, rode to GUs
Jair sold the horse for K5 and bought a
ticket on Chicago and Alton east. As sho
was about to board tho train she waa ar
rested. She Is IS years of ago and quite
comely In appearance.
Telephone Company Churtrrrd.
Guthrie, Ok , May IL-The Jefferson Tcle
nf T company was chartered to-diy by
iSretarV Jenkins. The capital 1- Jp.tOj.
The company will build lines In Oklahoma
and Indian Territory to compete with tho
Kansas Tend Missouri Telephone Corayany.
LABOR BILLS PASS.
House. lv Overwhelming Vote,
Srinlv lCight-Hoiir .Measure
AGAINST CONVICT-MADE GOODS.
J'.ill lo Prevent rutcrMate Cum-
iiiene on lVniieniiarv PnulnetN
Alo Tavorahly Acted On
Wasliinstnn j,,v ;j The House to-ilty.
under M:sptIiv,in ,if t. rn, pjs-,,1 two
Important bills riport.d bj the e'ommlttee
on 1-nbor. on- to extend the f ight-hcur law
to all Iiborers employed uml.T eontrucl on
Got eminent vork. aim the other to pro
hibit inter'tate traflle In priKon-made goo.ls
by bringing thom under tin- JurNdiction of
the police powr of til State The former
bill is ,j, signed to c-irrv th Im of 12 to Its
ligleil conrliislon The cemIct Hbor bill
caiej some sharp inquiries from members
from Southern State-, where prison labor
1" empiojed In the fields and In the mln.
but. upot .issur-i-ic" tint it wculd not inter
fere with the production of coal, cotton or
lumber, the opposition was not pre-sid
Mr Gardner of Xe-w Ycrk. chairman of
the Committee on Labor. moed the pa--sage.
under sn-jension of the rules, cf tho
hill reiHirted by his committee to limit "the
hours of dailj srlc cf laborers and me
chanic employed upon work done for the
1'nltid States or anv Territory, or the Dis
trict of Columbia" Mr. Girdner explained
that the bill would ccmpel all Ooernmenr
ontractors to have thir work done on the
ight-hour r..stem, and would cornet the
law of l-'tj.
After a number of ppeeches in Its faor
the bill was passed. 1S1 to -i
Mr. Ginlner then moed Uie pasane. un
der su-penslrn of the rules, of the bill to
prohibit Interstate traJIic in conUet-nnde
f-oods, nnd t tiothe the States with the
power to regulate their sale
Mr Ballej .u-ked why the committee had
not ineludd in its bill a proUMon against
"P is a fact that trust-made soods," fald
he. "are xastlj more Injurious to Ialwr
tlian com let-made j,oods."
Mr. Gardner explained that matters re
latins to trusts vero not within tho Juris
diction of the Cotnmitto on I.nbor.
Mr Williams of Mississippi asked if Mr.
Gardntr would accept an amendment to In
clude tni't-made ijivtds
"Xo, I would not." replied Mr Girdner
"It would not b germane, and It might
eiestroj tho bill "
Mr Ltntz of Ohio .supported the bill. It
was as proper that a .State should take
car- of Its cn let-made j-oods as that it
j-hould take car.- or its conUcte. But he
Insisted that Congress should o further
..nil include a provision against trust-mado
Koods. He d.tlartd that tho Republicans
i..te not accept .Mr Williams a amend
ments The trusts." said he, "to whom you of
fer jour dailv pr.ij.ers for rtende In tho
loming camp.iign, will i.ot allow- jou." (Ap.
ulau-o on the Democratic Mile )
The bill was pjstd without dUislon.
A bill waspas-ed to admit the publications
of Mate agricultural elepartments to tho
mills as iicond-class matter
Conftreaco teports on the agricultural and
fortification aiproprlatlon bills were
The conference report on the army appro
priation bill was rejected, because tha
.House conferees had agreed to on Item to
appropriate T.'"n) for a library in Manila.
'lho bill was sent back to eemferem e.
At 5 i. m tho Ilouso adjourned
Senate elrilern Ia-MtlKatleia of Cufifil
WashInr;tou, May ?1 -In the Senate to
daj a bill to detach tho count of Concho
from the '.Vi-mtii District of Texas, and
attach It to the Northern District of Texas,
vi as passid,.
T'le fiolutiiin off-red a few das ago bj
Mr. Morgnn, dire-itiiig the Interoc-anie
Canal iommi"iui ' nuke an mve-stua-tion
witii a view of ascertaining whetnr
there is anj ciirpyrat'on or rganiz.itlun of
lndlviduilj whim has for its ji,rine tho
obstruction of the I'nited states in con
strue ting the isthmi m canal, und for other
purposes, wits adopted
A bill to ereate the Soutlurn Division of
the Southern District of Iowa for Judicial
purposes was pished.
At the request of tho Committee- on Privi
leges arid Klectlons. the l r solution telatin
to the .Mulitali.t senatorial ciism vias post
poned until Thur-dav at 1 o'clock.
Mr Sullivan of Mb-;iSMiiil offered n reso
lution dlrectliiR the Secretary of the Treas
ury to Inform tne Senate whither volunteer
o:ltcrs and men in the late war with Spain
were paiel twice for the same service; re--forred
to the Conunittee on Ml.itary Af
Tho amendment of Mr. Hoar for appro
priating iZ ) to cairy out exialing con
tract" lor th pneumatic tube service, tho
service not to lie xtendeel until Congress
had token further action, was then aBre-M
to, 3S to JJ, as was a committee amendment
directing the Postmaster General to make
an investlRatlon of tho pneumatic tubtf
service and report to Congress whether it
would be advisable to continue th service
us at present, discontinue it, or have it
aiqulred by the Government.
The post oibco bill was p ised after an-othe-
(fort bj Mr 1'ettigrew to reducr the
appropi latum for mall transportation had
be. n di l.-att-d lb to S3
Mr Mori-ail nioveil to proceed to the con
side ration of the Xicaragua Cana. bill. This
would have diplueed tho present unfinished
business Mr Morgan's motion was defeated-
21 to -"
N.:itlonul IlanL. Order.
KIJ'I IJI.1C sl'IAIAU
WashliiBtou. Ma 21. The Comptroller's
certificate authorizing the Illinois Bank of
Peoria. Ill to comnvnci business with a
capital of JIM.Ort was Issued to-day.
The following changes of officers of na
tional banks ure announced
Arizona-The Xiition.il Bank of Arizona,
Phoenix. J. .1 Sweinej, assistant cashier.
Indian i'l he Tirst Xational Bank of Ver
non Z I'. 1 rapp. ashler, in place of John
S. Morrl-, 11 fa ilscn. assistant cashier, in
place of t: 1 Trapp.
Iowa The l"irt National Bank of Eldon,
J. j. Huiini-ll, vice pres'duit.
Kansas 1 he Kansas Xational Bank of
W tchlta. C. CJ Chandler, presidi nt, in place
of J. O. Dav.dson; 11. K. Alasterm in. vice
presUent, In place of A S Parks. J. W.
lierrv man, second v ice president.
Mississippi The ilrst Xational Itank of
HattiesburB. C 1. Hawkins, president, in
place of John F. Champenols.
Oklahoma The First Xational Bank of
Enid, W W. Hasen. vice president.
Texas The 1 "irst X'ational Bank of Mar
shall. W I.. Harrv. assistant cashier.
The City Xational Bank of Colorado. C. A.
O'Keefe. vice president.
The First Xational Bank of Celeste, W.
1Z Weldon, vice president
The Xational Bank of Xocona. D. C. Gor
don, vice president; J. R. Modr ill, as
The following nbstracts show the condi
tion or national banks nt the place's indi
cated April 20:
Illinois (exclusive of Chicago):
Resources Loans nnd discounts. JM2V!.
$12. tocks. securities, etc., SjS.s.bssl. lawful
money r serve, sold coin. J2,Mi.0: total
specie, S4.--tl.931: total reserve, JO.aTt-tol; to
tal r. sources. J111.T3I.831.
Liabilities Individual deposits. $71,331 521;
average reserve held, 30 37.
Resources Loans and discounts. $23,022,
32t; stocks, securities, etc, $1.2(3 Ml; lawful
money reserve, gold coin, $S17,4'!i"; total
specie. J2.034 223: total reserve. J3,350.S64.
IJabllitles Individual deposits, I2337L170;
average reserve held. 33 32 per cent.
Washington. May 2L Army orders:
The leave granted Captain J. B. Erwln,
Aujutant, Kourth Cavalry, is extended one
A board of officers to consist of .Major S.
R. Jones. Quartermaster of Volunteers:
Captain W. K. Hamilton and Klrst Lieuten
ant W. J. Snow. Seventh Artlllerj, will
convene at Kort Schuvler on May 21 for the
purpose of investigating and reporting upon
the nciuisltlon of additional nessary land
at l'ort Sehujler
Leave for two months Is granted Plrst
Lieutenant J K Coe Sixth Artillery.
Ieave fur three months Is grinted Second
Lieutenant llnjwood Bobbins. I'lftn nth In
fanttj Leave for four months Is granted First
laVutemnt J. M. WillUmi-. Seventh Artll
lerj Actirg Assistant Surgeon William Roberts
will proceed from Washington to T.impi
and upon the umipletlon of the dutie-s as
signed him at T.uupi will proceed to Ha
vana for duty.
Commissary Serjeant J. W Stubley.
run on furlough from Kort Reno, will 1
- nt O Fort Wright for dutv
Sergeant C II. PauNn. IJglit Bitten' F
"I bird Artlllcrv, Port Rilev. is transferresl
us a private to Light Bitterv M Fifth Ar
tlllerj He will be sent to Washington
Bimfks for dutv
m:ii liTTicTWM (iui:n.
sirons Mlnorlij Ite-porl on nll-'l rn.t
Washington. Mnv 21 The laluoritv repot t
em the anti-trust e-uiistltuMou il ainetidnn rt
and anti-trut bid were Il'ed to-day bv th
flx Democratic members of the HouvConi-iultli-e
on Jndlclarv Their report agilnvt
tin f.r-iiio-ed amendment verelv .in ii-n
tin ninjjrltv .,f the Judiciary Committ..
alleging mat tie pr. i-o-. ,1 remeslv agilnsi
trusts was f.irni.d for putj and politie 1
e-im-ideritions ..n.i n, with am r.-il inn
po-e of el. I Illg (Mill the trtl-t sulij.st I,
eleelire- Ui.il tl n t, . W(r- not iln-mesl
list nil In hel in.; t rr tin. the trut .mieiiil
ineft and bill and thai tlu mM-iirei we re
treated entirelv n thelllgh tl. i wrre p.iht
ie.il uiid'it-ikliigs. Tilting up the trust ,mo.
tiou. the r-pirt -avs tint wren it is r.ujnil
tiiat tie chief of thos, !,, ,. ,ii,n , j. ,
priivecuti'orteiiilirs.-.g.Unt th it 1 iw per-it-enllv
fai.s and refuses. te itneut am
of them fie iiiiestiou jri-ses Are we mii
feriug must fr.im a lick of law or rower to
m ik. lav or from a lack of oMleers willing
to enforce the- law . should not drop
into the notion of considering the law futile
so long as wi are aftlicte, with ex.'cutor
of the law who will not v0 mueh ns trv tee
e xi-cute It though otlicers are s,, iilen'tifii!
tint thev jost., one .mother in their eiver
The reiieir: add--
"nel the leiiumlttee's view of the matte
(IKillUtal vnw. of course) i that the thing
needesl is to impose severer peinlt'ts (en
paper) upon thoe who are not pro-eruted.
by nniendlng the lav so as to nuke it
abound m heavier lines, which the p'o-e-eutlng
n'lici rs i.f the Gcvernmeiit v HI not
trv t.v hive .i(.sesei. .md lunger terms e.f
lmprison.nct.t fe-r the rftetiili r. whom thev
will uit trv to Irdlct. And -uch is the mls-lur-
of politics anil lav.
The ntcrt urge- that the protective
tariff builds up trusts and givis the paper
trust as nn example, rtating in detail tl.ee
UTict on the smaller newspapers and the
poorer people A remedy it is alli-g-d, is
withheld fur political ieaon.
The- minority s.lv t, lt tj1P arch-culprits of
the trusts shcull be dealt with as are tho-o
undi r the antl-lotterv laws or under "fraud"
They should be denied the mills as the
lottery and the swindler are- denied the
malls Various plans 4ir giving publicity to
trust operations. ef placing trust sneids on
the free list and of providing fcr breaking
up monopolies tinder the patent laws are
( lllr eolielusion l." the resiort snvs. -th it
If the exf.-tlm; liws were- e-nforeed much
weuld b-- done toward lessening the tru-t
evil; but those w1kc ,iutv It is to niforee
these laws will not porform their duty."
OHIO CHOW I) s ekl-HK'tlll.
l'Inn to .Vnnii- IlleW'ii Itelattvr for
Con herd to llent.
Wasliington. May 21 Schemes are hatch
ing among the Ohio crovvd In Washington
to save the Republicans of the Kansas Cltj
district the trouble of themselves selecting
a candidate to make tfco race for Congress
against Mr Cowherd.
Suretary Charles F Dick of the Repub
lican Xational Committee who is likewise
a member of Congre-ss from Ohio, has u
brother-in-law in Kansas Cltj- He wants
this member of hi family to receive the
Republican nomination for Congress In the
Fifth District. According to the informa
tion here. Dirk's relative-. William T Reed,
is of an accommodating disposition and has
no opposition to offer to the plan of his
Manj' of the Missouri Republicans nr
willing that Rev-d shall be offered as a vi
carious sacrifice, because, thj- saj-, theie
Is no chance of his being elected, but as
brother-in-law Dirk would send a good
bunch of Republican campaign money to
Kansas City if Reed Is nominated, thev are
willing that the local "per capita" .shall be
Increased. "Other, however, oppose Dick's
scheme on the ground that It would make
Reed the pitronage parcler for the dis
trict If McKinlej- should happen to be re-e-lected.
They favor carpet bag rule for
Cuba. Porto Rico and the Philippines but
are oppeis-d to It at home
ciu. i'niiisiio iiii.i,.
Another Ilffort To-lu? to Pass the
ltKPI LUC i-PEt I VL
Washngton. Mav 21 -The bill to provide
fur a commission to jet-idj trad' niatlms
with Chin i will be called up In the Hous.-to-morrow
The 1.111 failed of passage when
call'-d up oTP weeks ago. because, of the
ab'enri ,.f man Republican members and
the eij iiisitle-u of most of the Mlver und
Populist me mbi rs
It Is believed tint there will be a full
Republican attend ttue to-morrow, ai-d that
the bill ifobabl) will tie tased If this
expectation should be disappointed, how
ever and the bill should again fall. Its
friends will look to the- Senate Commute -oi
Coain-erci- to secure Its attainment to
one of the apptopri.ition billj
llxHTHOIIlT AT Uimi; m, s;.
!. o '.'ernuni-inerlenn of Influ
ence Is Dlsu'Iei-teil.
Washington. AIuj 21 Representative P. ir
tholdt saw tho President and rriiuevted the
appedntment of l-"rederick It. KempfT as a
Ueutrniint In 'he Marine Corps Mr.
ICerrpff Is a son of Re-ar Admiral KempfT.
Tie President cemgratul itcd Mr Bar
tholin on his unanimous renotnination lo
Congre-ss. Mr. Hartholdt snvs that there Is
no indication of German dlsafKelion in his
eilstrlct He -ajs he deies not know of .i
single- German-American of Intluenie who
has e?nt away front the ndmlni-tratlon
New riiiirlb-('lns I'lintiiinslrm.
RKPIIUJC S-I'UCI II.
Washington. May 21 The following
fourth-class Pos'masters have been ap
pointed. Alabama Ci.ajlesville. Cherokee County.
C Piilmer. vice R S. Sanford. removed.
Arkansas Butlenilie. Lonoke County, F.
C Rowell. vice T F. Burton, nmoveil.
Illinois Parkvllle, Ch-mpalgn Countj-, J.
A O'Brvan vice R. K. Allen, n-.slgned.
Indiana Kzni. Jennings Countj, F. O.
Mille-J. vice nil Stanley, resigned.
Iowa Zenorsv Hie, Boone Countj. G. M.
eston, vice n c. Hutchinson, nslgnod
Kansis Morrow vlllc, Washington County.
C. W Hawe", vice W. Cumtnlngs. resigned
Missouri Az-n Scotland Countj- II. M.
Blnnchard. vice P. G Cartler riifned.
Tcxius Bonuf. Wharton Countj. W E.
Locser. vice T. F. Boulden. ri-slgned. Hre
mord. Robertson Countv. M i; More-head,
vlre. O C. Morehead. decease,!; Franklin.
Robertson County, A P Carptnter. vice
A. E. Carpenter, deceased.
Tcnm sse Hollj-wood. Hardeman County,
J. R. Webb, vice T. 11 Webb, deceased.
Great victories over disease are daily won
by Hood's SarsaparlUa.
Arrival In Washington.
r.nivnLK' PPKCI VL.
Washington. May 21. Hotel arrivals:
Ralelgh-O P. Havvltln. Indi inapolis; r.
A Hooper. Davenport, la., T. M. Scott, Au
gusta. Ga , .
Willard J- Meaghrr. Frankfort. Ky.
KlClf M l- l'rnXt"-- San Antonio
Shorrhatn R. W. Bingham, Louisville,
Wellington Thomas Chick. Rockford, 111.
Arlington J W Xcble, St. I.ouis
Metropolitan I- O. Bvrne. Arkansas; G.
B. M-iblcj-. Alebama.
Xational W II. Becker. IVoTia. Ill : J.
W Keyes. Indlanaiolls. W. W Mills. Wa-
teSt?Jaines W. F. Cole, M. D.. Waco. Tex.'
G T Coolev, Joplln, Mo.
Ebbltt D. A. Young. Indianapolis.
Vrw Post Onicm.
WasHngton. May 21. The following post
offices have been established:
Alabama Heath. Covington Countv, Kate
Heath, postmaster; ell. Gene va Count!-. .1.
R. Jordan. I'ostmaster.
Georgia Lallande. Henry Countj-. J. W.
White, rostmastcr; Shew make. Laurens
Countj-. G. A. McKaj-. Postmaster.
Indiana Kensal. White Countj-, Christo
pher -Kensal. Postmaster.
Indian Terrltorv Albla, Cherokee X'ation,
Ida I. Todd. Postmaster.
Mississippi Weekes. Attala Count-, A. E.
Texa Sj ringa. Upshur Countj-, S. J.
Childress. Postmaster: Toilette, Iimar
Countj, G. M. Vise, Postmaster.
Read the announcement of the Hotel Em
pire, Xew Tork City, on page opposite edi
torial of this paper.
Highly Aineiieaiis IJout l'ie Ilun-
tlri'il Filiiiinos. Killing Fifty
One Tlionsaiid Tagalos , Two
Cmuiiaiiies of Bell'. Troops
Surrounded at lionsol
W.shington Miv 21 Tl e War Depart
inttit re lived a ciblegran this morning
from General MaoAtthur at Manila, tell
ing of a sh.up engagement on the 14th lnf
at Agusan. In Caj-agan Piovince The iiip
inj's los u Kille-I w.os fifty-two The Amer
ican loss was two killcl and three wouml
d The dispatch is as follows;
"Manlli. Maj 21 -Colonel Edward A.
Godwin. Fortieth Regiment, ir. s V. Inf.an
trv. reports an engagement Mav 11. eighty
men Fortieth Regiment I S. V Infantrj-.
under Captain Elliott, at Agusan, near
Civaran Cavagan Province (Mindanao).
Er mv if, strong. In goel position, routes!,
flftj-tvo I.lllul, thlrtj-one Rimingtons and
quantity of ammunition captured; our loss
In killed. Companj I. Fortieth Regiment
1" S V. Intantrj-. Corporal .1 lmcs O'Xelll.
John W Shaw, our loss In wounded. Com
pany I. Fort! -tit Regiment I s V Infantrj-.
Co-poral Jack Cook, wounded in high,
moderate. Artificer Edwin E DodJs,
veoumled in thigh, slight. Company If, For
tieth Ri-gimiiit 1' S. V Infantrj. Mack D.
t-mlth. woundi-il lu thigh, mo le-rate-."
;i:m:i:vi, iiei.is e)itit:u.
Manila Mav 21. General James M Bell,
e-omnnmlltg the lifirp provinces of South
e rn Luzon, h is Issued an order to his of
ficers not to attempt to organize the munic
ipal governments as pre-crib-d bv Major
General Otis In his recent order, on a-eount
of th illsturl-ed eondi'Ions. The Americans
occupv i few coast tonne, which the In
surgents surround, contnntlj- assailing the
garrisons which are too small to attempt
e-pe rations in the surrounding rountrj.
Major Wl-e-. with two companies, is in
D-ins.al, an Important town of Sorsogon,
surround d bv- a thousand insurge nt. The
Americans cccupv trenches and an- con
tinually evchanging shots with the e-nenij-.
Several regiments arc needed to co-trol
eah southern province, but the-y cannot
b- spared from their pre'eut stations. An.
eitrer squadron of cavalrj- will bo sent to
On the Hist trouble occurring- with the
Moros. in the semthern part of Mindanao, at
Cotteibatto. Major Brett sent a detachment
to preserve peace at a conference betwe-en
two iiua'reling chiefs. During the confer
ence' the trlb-s began shooting. One of tho
bands fire d upon the Ami ne-ans from an
old Spanish fort. T'le soldiers returned the
lire, killing se-veral of the nitlves, but thev
were' tirable to take the fort, although a
gunboat she-lle-d It. Major Brett Is sending
a larger bodj to punish the recalcitrant-).
The first death eif a white man from bu
bonic plague occurred to-daj The victim
was a Government teamster. Seven natives
have dle-d since the outbreak of the plague
The Otile-Nt and Ilrst.
S S. S. (Swift's Specific) is the only purely
vegetable- blood purifier known, and for
rearlj Ilft years has be-en curing the most
desperate and hopUess cases of blood and
skin dlstatss. even after physicians and
friends had abindoned all hope.
As most dlase-s that afflict the human
f.imllj' are due and traceable te impure
blood a medicine that acts dlrectlv- upon
the 1 lood svstim. as dots S. S S . Is re
etuired to make a perfeet. permanent cure.
Potash mercurj- and arsenic, so often us-d
In blood troubles, do more harm than tho
disease itself, causing lrflammatlon of the
stomach, elvspeisla, rht uiu itism and verj
otfenslve sores and ule-ers to break out on
: s; s cures Contagion- Blood Polsor.
Cancer. Scrofula Cat irrh. Eezema. Old
Sores and I leers and all dee-ji-seiteel. ol--tltiate
bliio-l and rkln disease's b inrlf li:
and bulidliig rp tlu- blood and eilmlnatl-ij
lroni tin- ststein U impurities
BAND MUSTERED OUT.
Set ond Ilegiiin-nl MiiMt ians. Could
Xol Woik fur Nothing.
liKI'CI-I.lC SPl II.
S-djlia, Mo , Ma 21 The members of the
S'-cond KeMmt-iit Kind, at tbelr own re-tue-st,
were mustered out of service to
tight bt Captain George S Edmonson. The
bind was expieted to furnish music nt the
approaching encampment of the- State mill-
11,. f.ir une Week without B.IV. the State
. liaving made no provisions for the pay of
muslcl ms The meiiii-er" oi iiie naiiu. who
lepend upon their ilatlv i.ilKir for a llve-Il-hoeid.
decided te retire from the service
rather thin furnish free mu'Ic for the n
tamprneiit The j- were honorablj dis
chargee!. TWO BISHOPS APPOINTED.
Vacant i'-s in Ohio and Arizona
Filled b the I 'ope.
Portlind Ore, May 21 The Reverend
Doctor Booker, secretar.v to Mgr. Mnr
tiiiellt. Ptpal delegate to the Fnlted Stites,
who I- now In this city, to-day announced
tint tin- Peipe has appointed Henry T. Mil
ler, eliai-iellor of the Archdiocese of Cin
elnnat'. to be Bishop of Ohio, and tin- Rv
erend Hmrv Granjon of Baltimore. Md , to
be Bishop o"f Tucson. Ariz.
Kill Fusses Its Seeoud Heading in
Iondon. Mav- 21 In the House of Com
mons to-day the Australian federation bill
P issel its se-cond reading, amid loud and
DIED FROM THE PLAGUE.
Fighteen Deaths. Thus Far, Im
ported at Fort Said.
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
l'ort Said. May 21 (Cop right, l?u0. by
the Xew York Herald Companj-.) A Greek
sweet seller elleel to-day from plague. He
was not In t,h hospital. The total deaths
to date hive been eighteen, the cases num
ber!.' g thirtv-rour. of which ten are still
existing, while six have bes-n cured.
MYSTERY PARTIALLY CLEARED.
One Arrest for the Murder of the
Phil ldelphia. Pa . .May Il.-Superintend-eut
of police Quirk to-day stated that Henry-
Ivorj-. a nerro laborer, has confessed
that ho was pre-ent when Professor Rcy
Wllson White, the joung law Instructor of
the University of Pennsjlvania. was mur
dered on the- istrect l.vot Saturday night.
Ivory denies striking the fatal blows.
The details cf Ivorj's eHnfcsIon Superin
tendent Quirk refuses to make public until
the other man is arresteel.
TERM M'KINLEY A DESERTER.
"Anti-Imperialists Say the Presi
dent Has Left the Party.
Xew York, May II. It was announced at
the headquarters of the Anti-Imperialist
League this morning that in addition to the J
regular speakers who arc on the programme
for the monster miss micting to lie held
In Cooper Institute on Thursilaj- night.
Doctor Henrv YaiiDvIte of Princeton and
Whetle-r II. Peckham of this clt will de
liver addresses. EsGovi rnor Bulwell of
Massachusetts is to be the principil speak
er. Among memliers of the It ague the anti-impe-riallst
s,.Htlinenl Is so strong thit the
tariff and financial eiue-stions are re-garded
as of minor Importance. Two b ttcrs. to II
W Onlw.i-. secretarj- of the league-. er
tectlved from Captain Patrick O'Farrtll of
Wasl-.ington. who Is lo adilress the meeting.
In these letters he savs-
"alv- heart is In the cause of anti-lm-pcrlalism.
I believe that the future of our
Id-public will depend l.ir-U on di-featlm?
McKinlej- next fall. Praetiial politic, show
plainly that It will be- Mt-Klnlej or Brjati
I have aiwavs In en a protective t irlff man
and In favor of the single standard, ard
during the late- pre-Mtntl.il e-aiiipni-;ii
stumpe-d many States tor McKinlej. Xow I
am for Brjati no mattir bow 1 mav d's
M nt from his tariff and tlnaiie ial views. He
Is .i brave- nnd coiirai mis man
"-My protiuest mi mory is th tt I vai an
abolitionist and a sintire and active Re
public in I hive not deserted the prin
e Ipl. s of the Republican partj- vet. McKiu- ,
ley and H.iuu i and thill followirs are the'
ie.ll dese-rlers I still stand bv the faith of I
the f ttliers who saved the- nation and freed
the- slave-s. and for that reason 1 am doing
whit 1 can to defeat MeKlnley and Impe
rialism, and stand by Brjan and Ann-r-lennisni
bt-cretarv Ordwaj- was asKed this morn
ing whether, in consideration of the antl
adinlnjstnitlon vi'vvs hi M bj Captain
O'Farrell :ind others nctlvrly engngiel in
the niovi mi-nt. tin- coming meeting could In
rti.ardtel as In anv sense .. Democratic
mas milling This he emplntlcillv tie niesl.
issirtlng that the- majoritv of the mem
Iwrs wen- Republicans, and re aelj- to sup
port the administration if it would drop tm
1m rlalism from the partj's platform.
"In case. howiVer. the Republican part"
continues its present pollcj." h- alil, "one
of two things will haipen. either we will
.actively supiieirt Brvati. or a third and In
dependint ticket, with anti-imperialism as
Its pi ttform. will be organlz-'d '
It set ins probable that, considering th"
failuies In the past of third-turtv move
ments, and th? practical certainty that tho
Republicans will uphold tlulr present 1m
leri ilistic imllcv, the -upport of the Anti
imjMTialist League will fall to Brjan.
Fnd Is Hourly Expected Queen
SPECIAL BY CABLE
Murich. Mav 21. (Copj right. Ks. by W.
R Hearst.) The eo.adltion of mid King Ot
to of Havana has chanced so materlallj
for tho wor-e that his death Is hourlv ex
pected. Twei d ijs ago the King became en-tirelj-paraljzed
and now can mlther move
nor seak. Xourlsntm nt Is adminNt--ri'd b
artiticial me ins.
U i:r.N NT!.t FIKVI.
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
Berlin. .Mav 21. (Copj right. M bv W. R.
He irst i King Alevander of Servia his
been trving to recom lie his mother and
father, but has coinpli telj- failed.
Former Queen .Natalie Intimated from
Biarritz that she would never agree to a
re cone Illation with former Kir.g Milan and
would never return to Servia. She has en-tlrt-lv
broktn off relations with lit r son.
SPECIAL BY CABLE
Betlin. Mav 21. (Copj right. 1!). by W.
R Hearst.) The announcement of the en-jige-mtnt
of Queen Willie lmlna of Holland
to Prince Bcrnhnrd Htnrv of Sae We-i-uur
Is expected immediately The Prince
is a grandson of the Grand Duke of Sa.c
Weimar. Reports hive been circulated from time
to time mentioning oil the unwe-d European
Princts as suitors for the hind of the
Queen of Holland. Two of the most promt,
nent were Prince William of Wiede. who
was rejected recause he was too homelv.
and Prince Ferdinand Joachim Albrecht of
Wasnli-Kton. May it. Forecast for Tus.lay and
.rkans.a Fair Turs-iay and VVednesju. . mod
eicte temrerature; llrht wewt to north wln-ls.
Illinois Frlr Tue-ntaj : warmer In aorilieat
ivrtlnn. We-lnesiJa fair: ilEht northe-rlj- winds,
bex timing nuthea.trl
Iiillana Fair Tues-faj-; warmer In northwest
ptit'ein. V esine-s-lay fair. l.ght noith-rlv vrinJs.
Oklahoma ana lujlan Terrltorv Fair, warmer
Tvtsday. vtednesdav fair: f-outlierlr winan
leura and Mt"ourl Oenrrallr fair TuesUayan-l
v ec'r-eisday: llsiit winds mmtly southi-rljv
Kpne-as Fair Tuedav; waimer In western por
tion. VA e-dnnjay f.lr; seutherlj wlntli.
s-t. Iouls. Mu May 21. 1.
tZ" a m. u iii
iiarometer Inches .I2 Zt ej;
Tliermuiiieier ileyrees . .... . ... et i
I-k i-otnt ; j;
lilres-tlrn if wind . . . xV N
el-.ltv e-f wina c '-
Ve"!t-r at f.;s a. nt ilear- at ; n t-i .
elear M eximura te inirature. 7 eferie.s rita
liu ini. V- d'hrres itixer. 1 1. fjltliii;
1 J IIV.VTT.
Ijs-al Fore-cait esfl ul
Departlrent cf AkiIi ultuie. Weather Bureau
Metre raliwti ul e tsrvatlutin lecefvej 8t -i. ,ou!
Mat .1. I.l at 6 -s (l ,F li tln u, ,
in seventy nfth mrrlJIjn time. (lbervatlons tak
en at the same lncment tf time at all s'sllc-is
st3tlir ir. tclr 1pMv.rr.-ither.
NV 'or NW : ii n ,i Cf rudr
I hlHle-li Ida XVV ui "-J M i.-i i loudy
AashinKln ... .VV l-e '! It In tli.tr
Ni-rf" IK . . .1: n . r.j n t leer
eanrlnlle V -.. r, r i
jHi!ontl!le .. K res. 14 . e t j -
vtlant.t . . NVV le-c 7" H .ij
Umeimery .. .K .-Vie, TH si r.t -
VULfMire; ... . ,: n -ie. It, li . t i-.lr
New Orleans . ... M-: list It. a ( iur
tattle ij.K-k ... . M-: anu n -e, u-4r
ttalte-tun .. . .NW M Ii; 7. l',,r
I'llesttne ... VI' Sl.e - ;t , it.
viemthl. .... m: -dim ;j ;; " f,ar
Nufhtlll- ... .NVV 3).iv. IJ ;s Cjejr
Oiatt.ir.il.. i ... - j,) yj ; . i lear
Ljui.MlIe .NVV Iilie, Il I.. Cfear
Inl'am--ll V si -K rt 1 ..clear
e inclnrLitl V ?o iwt ii) tz t leter
I'lttjiljuri: . . . V l)i: c ti llear
l-arkersburg ... NVV" i! nr, ki ;,) ,lr
Itiirfnti S.tt l e ... r ...
eMevelinil .. W" 5l0 2 .."t-leir
lirani llaten NW" ra is u . . e"ear
Marquette K 3 VZ M l . Oia-
ChtriiKve N"15 SMS S-S ,vt .... ifea--
Duluth Calm j-i -m e- ft . . t jr
lltitaique sir J) OH II Is -llr
laverp.rt i: TO fis IS 76 . pjie
1-t Paul SU r ft Si H .Fair
lies M"ines SV" Mils It In I'll 11 Ir
.sprfngllel,. Ill N" w.n r, 73'. k,i"
5-t lelUls V ("j H 7k ,' 1r
I Tin, Vlt- -a re -. - ...
Sprinstleiii", lio"" "st; .-a 01 I? It v"r
Kansas Cfty .. . . su 30 eel It ifi ' f, ir
iimalia . ... s iaoi 72 7e, tou,Iy
eiuiuii . ... .......r. .-e ss ., 71, m fiouar
tn.nnH.i .. .- -.. 1. e mi.iiy
i"-"1-" . - ;- .-, .it ,. taear
U-JPtelle SVV- -"let f.v 7s .t-loojy
II IV r" NVV -"i.Ili i-A n -.ir
Helena NK - r; u fi.,-idv
0..1I.I s- i. nn.. .o -7. - e i-i luy
-.-" ...... ....-. . i, ii ,, t-nlr
. ,!'!. v-iij ........f-r. . .. it - 1 tlr
N I litta sj 31 o: (J. rt . .. i-atr
f" SW s; , 7l, ... rlmiT
e hejenn S Cess M r4 .01 Pair
I"enver -5K --l.si f.l K . . nJr
Pueblo i: 31 1)2 .'x I .IE fair
lMilse atv- - M.01 Ct M .. J-? r
ek!ahoma SK ?0 '", 61 e. jtin
Conrtnlla i win (t : :',
l'l 1'asf) Ni: r M Is ,M itouJr
Abilene V Ji rie- ; fs .30 1-fouJr
Amarlllo SK M .,, e; :s k (-0 jj
i.r.and Junction . ..N 2i v n i (-tear
S-llt Ilke N . sj - It ".' 'c
feilnr City NVV - it 72 74 ri,jr
fcania I -"I; jo w w j,, .,,.,
Indicate-i preclpttatlon lnatprer-al.le
. tt. J. HVATT.
' laical Porecast Official.
YALE DEMOCRATS ORGANIZE.
Harold T. Uerrv of St.' Louis
KKPI-P.I.IC SPECI i..
New Haven, Conn.. May 21. A Democrat
ic club was formed at Vale this- evenlnp for
the- comlnn national campaign. The club
elected officers, but did not commit Itself
on the currency or on the candidates. The
officers elected are: Walter I.. Kevins I. S.
Jleriden. Conn., president: C. D. I'rancis.
VjiS. Winchester. Tcnn , vice president Har
old II. Bcrrv. W2, l s. St. Iiuis JIo,
ne-retary: 1'hllip Troup. 139, of Xew
Haven. trea.urer. Executive Committees
James M. Sullivan. IW!, I., g., of Water
burv: Jlason Trowbrldse. liK" of Chlcao;
II. E. Adams of Simsbury. Conn.
IV rntprn Isltorn to Xetr A'ork
Xew York, May 21. Hotel nrrivals to-dav
Include the follovvinK visitors from the
West: St. Iiuls T. P. Xledrinchaus ji ;
Knabe. IS. E. Ialshton. J. IS. Ki hlor '
K. Walsh, W. H. Qultiette, V. I icl. c
U Kraft. Jr.. W. H. Kraft. Waldorf- oi
W. Br.tee. E. olkeninK. CT. Haarstick.
Mrs. O. Herf. E. A. Lonp, Miss I.e-mp W.
J Lrfrap. Holland; X. W. Pence 1) P.
Ooak, Astor: Miss Lumachi. Mrs. C. Drew.
Park Avenue: Z. W. Tinker, p. p Tate.
Herald Square: T. J. Sw.alne, J. n. Ander
son. fSrand t'nlon; J. C. Hook. J. Eitsleston
St. Denis: T. W. Masters. Gilsey: A. A.
Tucker. Hoffman: J. II. Itauseh. Morton,
II WoodrufT. Broadway Central; W. H.
Ichcr, Manhattan; K. R. Ho, Murray
"li-ansas Cltj-D. D. Iloatr. S. P. DavK
Mis I. Davis. Imperial; A. Judah. Mis?
iudnh. MarllmrouRh: H. . Howe. Murray
Hill: W. Check, Herald bquare; H. E. Moss,
IN THE CITY.
E'Jl'AL .Sl-FIitVGf: Cl.t'lt Ttie Iltual t-uf-friiKe
Club will rati at the Llnde-tl Ilot'l this
ufternoem at 2 j o'clock.
Hl'MltOMiT Bt'CHHK IVlSTrONnD Th e-u-ehre
eif Hi- actives of the llumbnl.ll Tutrivren
hus teeen pe-tijoned en account of the street car
l-OIs-OV KII,I.PI IllVt Ihn SolrM cf No
4 uhallMi me. t. who teik a .1 s-e nf rnush
en rats .sunltj ibe.1 at the Cut lleeirttal f
tenlaj I amll troubfe-e cau.eil him tu ta'.e his
IfittV IHi:Tll-ir.tThe lyii, of the lv
tuevrn lrm the river at the lis-t of Il-v-ii
lieei Miii.!.!!, t.ts 1-fentitieti tterilav as that
of John Wuffniejer of No 2 Wrialil ftreet.
who was dr-mnt-d at tbe foot cf Palm stres-t
C.Mtl-rNTIT.s .sTItlKK orr-Canrters' lut
eal Cni n. No "3, ret I its reIr liieetlliB last
nikht in th- Krare-rnit htillliiu; Ii.,- -irlke. wluch
has ls-n in iirorni the men use enit lever
hate retusl tu iv the new schedule, was ttr
lnatlv de fared olf
ll'ITVI. STOi-IC le-KK.VSri The fol'.ftwil
rrtmpanle. in ,1 main- or intreaf- if eatitst
-tiTl. je.terdiv: fi nmterci tl Kfectrl al iiiM-lk
e e nil ant f n m ?"V"l i l-A,rt. jr-'l. I -.-
CI e. tnl.llitl-s. IH.Htls. I'lUHl ler-t!ene-.ll I
l.mnl-r eimjani fi--m S'Vi) to 12:'$. a-sels
5.. -i-.. II il. 1,1th- 11 71C
I.lcnX-TI) TO V!VI!UIohn II S-sn.ler 7
etrs e IJ and ICatle M Kb irp. 1 'eats ed
ieeetr.l a mtrrldRe ilcens,. je-teri'j. ar ier.
alt tliat I lives e.rl e oldes street. In Ctr-n-lelr'.
Ian that 1-e did nut I-now the number, as he re
tenll movei to th-- l lace Miss Klemp lle
hi r addre's at No 7412 V tile an 'reet,
Ki:i.t.i:nri: lIi:NTirii:i-I)an Kelleher was
Tire-led e-leplav l.j Detectives V. llliam? an!
Milliv.ni on a cliarce rf hlKbvay riJilT Wal
ler .V Iiranot a lic-.ir eale-man from Ne w
y:k. who tv.es hM ui MinJay nicht at KiKhtn
and Clark avert.e. identUleil Keileher ad the
man who roMit-d him of $3-)
NPIIIT VVVTCIIM-.N ItOBBKD Ptlvs'e
Wittlrm-n iTiarles itimd of No -1-e e"lilppw v
'treet. uhde patrol , tns leal em BlKhteeuth
Hn-trt an I enaIMh avent.e. U3a held up an 1
rcl.hed earlv reterdav nKrinr; of his nlsht ftlck
ant revolver The nli.n t e 1 retoivers to h.s
head t-htfe they te-arched him.
i:.l'ORTi:i:v AtMKI T10N- pro forma ele
crre of lntorts rat.on was ranttel the Anierlcta
i:vi-,rters' Ass-I itlon jeln.lav hy Jute Wlth
tev The oflicers are. I'reiilert. Uillti.ii J.
o-thwei-i MK-retary. VMlllam II stu,e. treas
urer. K e'. Orthwein e i-hlert of the .L-wjrla
tiun Is to estatillh uniform ulums. u-sakts aid
eunlra-'ts ami m; exporters and importers cf grain
at d otner product
bTUL-CK BT .VN I'.Nd.Mr-Pouth hound el
(.Ire No 5 f the Mertha-lts" Terminal Itailroa 1
.v.oelatiin cnllMe-d with a two-h'rsi wacon at
Main anil 11 rlda streets ve.te rda altemoji
and d-ittohsheil the waiton. which wus otvre-1 b
I-ttcr Walh of No HZ) North T-reifth street.
Cine of the hcraes was killed, hut the driver es
ltnoTBi:i:iIfsri) mi:;:tiN-C: The i:rcthrhr-.l
of lUillruai Tralnm.n. Terminal Ionise. No. Ti.
n.t la' nicht tt Iinti.Is- Mall. The meettmr rat
r ilM over bv Ialer Thomas l ttlneer lleso
luticns of Hmih.irfiy wlta the strlklnu street car
lien nire unanimously pa"ed. and a tine of Hi
firts ImiKisej ttKin ev-ry member found ridtn?
en the trs while th' s-rll'e i- on.
HVIsy KIIOW POSTIaaNBD The Baby Shoir.
which was to have tieen owned the Litter oart
ef this week in the wret nave of the Exposition
lull line, has heen postiDed en at count of the
Mrike The G dden Chain Humane .society, un
der whose nur!c-s the show was to have taken
rlate. his ilecilrd that It will be better to jvat
jore th event, and In conetjuence has lied th
oisrrin? date as June c.
OM: ItOV STMIS AN'OrHCK-KIward Ort--l-.
3 rm old cf Sik I-uk strft ami
T4i KlIU, J2 jarn tli. a n-gro. of No. l
KaMon anu. nuarrt JM at th corner of Sanh
in! fusion a-nu vt-s't-rUtv aftenvxjn, an 1 tho
fli'-elt'v Ikv n tr!u?Iv tahbiwl in the aMo
ir-r Dociur Irint of .No. 4133 Kantrm a-nui
I ronounc-I th Injury tlaretou". Th- Kills hoy
wa arrtMt-tl I jtlmltttii the etabtting.
IMV srHOOI AIO.NI-Th- St. Imi laT
Shool .Mmnnt A-ciHtln hM It1 annual r-t-inu
in tli- Court of -rJMl: eiterlaj- afternoon
an I lfctfl thi follow Inc .fncn: I'rt-'.Jeit.
Arthur K. KatnmTT: Ilrt lct rrei3nt. Joptha
I. Howe, vi-con-i ic preI1ent, William K.
Urrnr. PcrtarJ. X. I. Hllriy; treasurt-r, il.
II OI--r-wh-lf l.xpcutu Commute J. Hu
.Zrimni. Wlllum H u Url-n ana Judec t-elden l'.
TAt'OHT AFmn A CIIA-K-rter an c!t
in. oha- of half a doza Mock, throuch th
1 1 re li'sirlst tf th- iity, about ? o'clock lat
rl,vht. lrt-.U UiIIliro. Kel"r an-i OjtdoM
irrturM John Hanc and lll holl him for in
fMiKaikn. Ilanev tirtnl ftrral hots at the of
ttrtt a It was ivnnlnK ntt on Clistnut etrwt.
an.l tht-v rturnwl tho Arc vhen tbe dttcUea
taufiht hln h howl Jifcht. and it wa Trtth
con-Mtrable Xlti cult jhat he was subdued.
Tru.j;in:i: ;oldkn jrBiLUE-The cp.
etiir.K cf th- golden Jubilee cf the St. Lou
Turnierftn has tn t for May n. to contiru
thmush th et-nin of Ma 37 Th retlial
will iitie: fpen at that date, Mrlkf or no
nrlkt Tn- nrt date et for the o-ealon rj
ih aniiversary of the fuundinj? t the nocietj,
I ut the dlreit'T decldI to poMpone the -s-nt
ttlnkln? that th- unke m.uM be fettled thortly.
I h. n dttdd ni wait no longer for tlJ?
stn-et rjtluj -ttuatitm t chance.
Ti:iElITICi.' n.NTKKTAINMKNT A tr
e. i-tlcn eufn-iinm-nt wa sUcn Ut night at
Ktrkw.rfwl Mititir Acadrn. The lw nrv-ni-d
nre r?pv!iol. tak-n from the ne.Rhbor-iH-fc!
f th aiademv. The Lo In tlejr drill.
t, av.kw.inl y-iuj,. an I the ofhVer In a prcup
re anions ih- utj-t.t' pictured upon the
rn The mt JntrMlniT srl of ptctur
r-j rt nt-d t Nh-mi b-ittle which had taken plao
Mwn inn t-s.rnit inl" of etuVnt. Th- pnot
,rph fnn which th- 1 1- ver- made re
iaKn u jian ;. iiiur.e i 4,r tais tltr.
mnTOIt !Vtr CK IASKt-ni- rae
t In ltr I X le. wh woj ln
.11 td 1 the JVuVrul Orand Jutt.
rlnin"! utih tiintr ihr- maIN for tend
ing u -!, itt-rjture, wh jta-I In the
1 nilI tsJi.' IMMrt t Court -Merdv by th
iiu-t ,.f JiNtn t 1frne- 1 A. lEoxIer. Th
-u-r of this r-m-t nw a letter fr.m Attor
ns :r:i-rj! ;rlrs'. i-kirnc tLit n action be
tken In th- a until he had tmetlcfcted the
niaur A c,-i of the letter vran ntid with
the f-ourt. and th e was paf-e 1. The frlenla
1 ltMt r Lute h k up-xi th- action of the
AUrne dn-ral as funatnt to a complMo
SIvx I.ICK.VU ItKOKKD-Excle Cnn
nirlnner Iliesln-i Iwi rtioked the Hhwn Iier
tji th- ;iol-e T!iatr. at No J South Se.rth
street, ttwre.! I J jf Hcru The cafe vh
tmtinue,l frm lit I"rl!j. It va one of the
Hist four cse broueht before tlio Kxrlie Coni
mlPiorer b the Anti-W ireroori Crusade. In
each of the four taea Con mi toner IllFRin! re
voked th li.en- on the evidence tntnIued hr
the ruide ami the police The cw of 1. V.
Hlclf.rdn. who hi a falonn at X 131 -larkrt
htret. and who . chareel Ij the police with
conducting a crip jrame at that number, va1
rlVd In Vmmlcnrr lliirrln,i cftice veMer
daj, but was cjntinue until Mav :.
I.VPieniKNT nrTCKNED-The nrd Ju"r
n id- pirtlal rt--rt in Ju.ie en er uurt
ietnla. letcrnlntc the fonowlnx Indictments:
Murder In the tlrpt decree, Willi tm Wade. a-i-ult
lo kilt Tunnle ICu-11. William lame-.
.taro-i Sesraie.. ar-rti. third decree, lirank
;u-tle. -mbe2zlemeni. I P. Willi, robherj.
tlrt dcrev. Anthony IJaff. bursliry and lar--nj.
Wiltlim llol inon. Iicr Itot.ln-.'in. Lucin
di Thvinpon. Wllliim Thompson and I.ulu
Moore. Krand ljrei, William cap.tlck Jamn
Tucker Ij-onirM Irchcj reo-tving stolen prvp
rt. Father Miller nn) William Craemer.
ACAPKAIV OI hCIKNCr The reeulir mf't.
Ipi: t f the St. IuN Ar-deniv of clme mu Mil
jt nlsht at th ucr iemvV quartcnt at N. KVX)
IiiUt ?irvft. Vrofenr IZ. A. EnIer of Wai
lntuti rlrsli p.evi.ld. The rtrt pap-r of
the"ifrninc un re id h Ioctor Adolf Alt. )li
thtme was "Orlclnal Contributions 4'orcerntns the
Chindii.ar MrntU'e A)pertalnlnR to the Hi,-nan
Ke ard AppcndaRe-i He wa- followed by Doc
tor M. A. fiild-Meii. who tilked on "The Irchcl
: of Voice l,Iu"i-.n.," lroeeor K. tl.
t-hrr of WaMneton Uneiy stsrp. upon 'he
result whl-h ho Md alt hied in meaurisr th
wlrd rrevure en building. Th- thirl iwpr of
the fvr.!;; wm by J II . Norton. Ills subject
v " Note on the Ilotany of the Fouthwcrtem
I itfd tatef., ftr th- p-aUer wren
mtheft. M. IX Andrew of Ta l-rillle. HI., and
Walter C Klrchner wre Intallod a menu
if the academy.
AIAIOST AcriIYXIT!:D-.Tame, II Troett. x
tck dealer from W"bstf-r JoeF. Mo. re,iv.
t-red nt the Manhattm Hotel. No lSJl Ch-t-nut
Ftieet. Sunday mldnlsht, an I left a call for
f, 3a rtclotk In the- mornlnc. When the porter
.railed at the door in the mornlnn. he founl it
locked and the o-lor of Kim enme thnxiRh. He
secured a Lidder, and cllmtted over the tran
som. Trrett was ljlnc on the bel unconscVni
with the rt turned on. An amhulanco was
cillwl. ind he wis taken to the City Hcwpi'al.
whre it was found he was nearly asphyxiated
HeMorntive were applied, nnd he wis revived
after bird work. Jut the doctcr nid he had
a nirrow escipe from death. A sold watch.
V.7 in mone and Fvral letters from his
r r ther A Illlnm F Irttt of Morrison. Mo ,
wfr" found on hia person.
"niJOCUTION CONTIT To momw ei-nir(r a
contest In (locution will l,e held at the lenrc.n
Club Hall, between the Hrt and pecrnd pnde-j
of th- St. flouts X"nlverlty Csdbpriate oepart
n t nt. The programme w inters per-e I with nri't
c.il peloctlonf. Those who will compete and the'r
je'ectlnn are; Flrct prade KInnrd M. Gllmore,
The Mad ctnr"- hmr M Foster. 'The Ml
jer". Franklin M White. "UJch-neu's Dfe"e";
Chtr.es Iliac. "Webster's Uenly to Havr";
Thcmaj V Davis. 'Clarence's Oream." S-cond
era.le Ktlwln P. Hendrix. "Mnna's Water?:
Itavmonl P. nyrne. "Tom; Albert K. Ionne
wald. "The Wnl-is and the Carpenter lanie!
prion. "The Itucle h-nK". Joph A. lfe-b-rs.
The Amltcr fJitherer"; Hijmnrd J. Fadberir.
T-ilIajl of Manila TUv": Edrar J. Uvons.
Whiperin rtlll " Th- Judcei .re: The Iievfr
enl Chirl It. Moulinier. Pnifcss-r K. T. Mc
Towell. tArcv Piul Crcke. Adolph T. Kuhlman.
S J.: Profeior C Frinke. Tlie nam-s of the
nuccful ccnt-stants wdl be anrounced at the
annual commencement rext nvnth
IN THE COUNTY.
Marriape licemeie ttere Issued nt Clarton yes
terday tie John Q Hollottar and I.ucv It. Dlm
rr.itt e-f fct Ixiuls and to William f. Allcnin and
Julia l. hte-M-ns ef AtTton.
- Dramship lirenses were Isyuesl at Oaytm
'curdaj l-e J. f. Jannoisiulo. Wellston; W. r.
s haaf. Fern felcn: J. Cuol. Meramec niter:
Jutliiee Knt.lmtnn. KpanUh Iike; Garnctt tvams.
Hillside, ami P. A. l'aust. Delmar avenue.
Harry It. Andrae vras arraigned before Judje
A BAD CASE
RED CIRCLE PILLS.
ticki:t offick. kaos itr.mon.
.st. i.ons. no.
AMi:i:iCAN CHIMICAI. CO..
I tnKn flensure in viritlnj; anil thankin?
juu mure than WOKDS CAN KXI'ItESS
for the two hotci I.HD CIltCM: I'lUU?
I had sufftreil for jtars with tl-pepsia and
h ul about Kien ut in tlespnir. I could keep
neithlns nn mv stomach ami Iiail a terrible
heitlache ami hail coush all the time. I feel
t Just like a neu man now. no more aches or
pairs-. ,ir ii.1( coitsh. and I relish eery
thin"; I eat. I5CD CIKCI.n PILLS are a
jroilsend to suiTtrins humanity. They have)
elone me so much pood that I take the llb
ertv of s--encllnir them to tn friends and
they all t-av- that they do more than Is
ilnimed for them. I advise all tvhi j-ufftr
with bad stomach, headiche or Iivir or
kidney troubles to use them and they twll
Ilnd relief. Itefpectfully.
J. S. NELSON.
Ticket As-ent. Washington Avtiiu- Sta..
St. Iaiuis. JIo.
I'ltnl veiter.lav for the ki'l'rs nt Vr Oodt at
ht l'aul lie entered i tie a of not cuilty and
tas rIeae--l tin a Jli.nei tn-nd furnUhesl t-v
lierrv f Itumtte and 1'hllip Kaes. m trial is
.et f- r June 11..
- iwtor Vt II ltoiie vesterihiy resirrneel his
rcsltlon as fcre-ner of St. Liuls fevunty Th
at tlnn was taken on account of his tiintemplitetl
lenm-il to IttlnhriilK". !a. The- Countv lurt
Mtnteil Iiee.li r f. t Armstriinit of tVe-Mter
e. iinae his euceetor IMcl'r Armtro-ic qual
It -il immediately with a U.(it0 bond furnuhtd by
VISITORS AT THE HOTELS.
P. 11. De Neve rf Kocheter. N. T . I1 rej,4
Utfl at the Undcll Hotel
Mr. and Mr D. C Urowner of Oil Mexico
are at the planters Hotel. Mr. Hrowncr Is on
his way I'aM.
W D. P'llllrs. a prominert New o-lran
rrerchnn. Is topptnt? at the I'lantcrs Hotel with
O. I. Kerwrn. the well-known cattleman of
Waco. Tex. was rcztsTerri at the st. James
HctM yeterda; Mr. Kerwin hai Just returneJ
I. K Ueirdn of ShawTieetown. 111.. Is regis
tered at the IIntf;rs HuteJ.
J. F. AIkn of New Orleans w-a In St. Louts
j-eaterdar- He stepjved at the Lindell Hotel.
MURDERED IN ARKANSAS.
Missouri Man's Koily Found
Hoxle. Ark.. May 21. Conductor Graff of
the Iloxle, Pocahontas and Northern road
furnishes meager information of a terrible
crime near Majnard. Randolph County, be
tween Saturday afternoon and Sunday
mornins:. The dead body of John Stock
house, brother of Robert L. Stockhouse, a.
tie contractor with the Western Tie ami
Timber Company of St. laiuls. was fount!
Ivins in the woods, shot. His ev.es had been
KOUReii out. nos and ears cut off and his)
body terrlblv mutilated. Mr. Stockhouse
camo from Missouri about two weeks ago
and lt is not known that he had an enemy.
WISHES TO REMAIN A JUDGE.
Cook County Democracy's Guber
natorial Candidate Withdraws.
ChieaKO. May 2L-nJudse Tuley. who wasj
jesterday Informally Indorsed by the Cook
County Democracy as their nominee for
Governor, to-day Issued an open lotter de
clining that honor.
Judge Tuley has been on the bench twenty-one
jears. nnd. he savs. desires to end
his activo labors there. He has been twice
offered the nomination for Mayor, and was
once tendered a. Federal Judgeship, but re
fused la each instance.
TWO SENATORS CHOSEN.
McEnery and Foster Selected by
New Orleans, La.. May a. The Demo
cratic legislative caucus at Baton Rouge
to-night unanimously decided upon Senator
Samuel D. McEnery and ex-Governor Mur
phy J. Foster for the United States Senate.
The Legislature is solidly Democratic and
the candidates will be formally elected to
morrow. McDonald Convention.
PinevlIIe, Mo.. May 2L The Democrats
of McDonald County, in mass convention
to-day. sele-cted delegates to the? conven
tions. Instructions were given for Dockery
tor uovernor; cook. :-eCretary ot gtat;
Crow. Attorney General: Gantt, Judge ot
the Supreme Court; Dabbs. elector; M. T.
Davis of Lawrence County and Gilbert
Harber of Jasper County for State Commit
teemen from the Fifteenth Congressional
District. Stone. Wetmore. Stephens nnd
Ball, delegate-at-large. The county ticket
Is: Representative. J. M. Lone; Collector.
Dick Jarrett: Treasurer. G. T. Wollard:
Sheriff. J. II. Edwards; Assersor. W. W.
Ilncon; Prosecuting Attorney. Illus M.
Lee; Jud;e. Eastern District. II. J. Laugh
lln: Western District. J. P. Barnwell; Sur
vejor, Dan Thrasher: Coroner. Doctor J. E.
I.lttle Ilork'n yrrr Mayor.
Little Rock. Ark . .May 21. W. R. Dulcy.
who was elettcd Maor of Little Rock at
the recent special election, was sworn In.
to-night to succeeel J. A. Woodson, who re
signed. Frank Oliver was elected to suc
ceed Mr. Duley as clerk.
The Council pissed an ordinance requlr
InR the union label of the Trades Council
tn be used on all printlns matter used by
Peter Hendricks. -M enrs old. employed
as a laborer for the Continental Rrlck Com
pany In St. Irfjills County, was suffocatesl
In a bullying esterday afternoon In the
rear of No. 7KS Virginia avenue. HLs bodv
was removed to the Morgue. Hendricks's
frie-nds tald that he had been drinking.
THE STRENUOUS LIFE
Of To-Day flore Wearinj; on Women
Than on Men.
Hon- Ueitt to Alt! Natnre tn I tie t'n
Doctor Cnis Edson. the- great specialist,
s.ts In the North American He-view theso
true words; "This American life of ours
Is far more wearing on women than on
men. They have, as a rule, more nervous
organization; they are intensely affected by
tho .strain. Ino or three children are born
and the mnthir !s a phvsteal wreck. She
ages soon, far sooner tnprt she should, and
drags her weary dajs along."
The dellcite nervous organization of
Women, especially when great strain Is put
upon lt. nsls a-s-lstance. anil in the sim
ple vegetable scientilic preparation War
ner's J-afo Cire this aid is surely found.
This statement Is no Idle boast, but an es
tablished fact, deduced from results at
tained through the u-e of tliia greit specific
In all parts of the civilized world for tha
past quarttr of a century.
Knowing the lnhtrent modesty of women.
Warner's Safe Cure Co. has secured the
services of Mrs. Alice E. McCulloush, JI. D..
who will give medical advice frte to any
applying lor same.
The subjoined testimonial from a well
known and trustworthy woman is but a
sample of those dally received:
Mrs. J. W. Arnold of I.aiaette. R. I.,
writes as follows: "I had been ailing quite
awhile, not sick enough to be in bed. but
Just felt bad all over; palpitation, a faint
feeling at my stomach, then Gashes of heat
all over: lame back, retention of fluids; then,
again too copious: sickness at -stomach,
headache over ee.s tnd top of head; also
at back of neck. I had no ambition, my
work was a drag on me. could not sleep
well, not much appetite and was thor
oughly discouraged. At this Juncture a
friend advised the ue of Warner's Safe
Cure, and I tried It. three bottles in alt,
and have continued In good health ever
slmc. My age is ". am a fanner's wife and
h.ie lots to do. You are at liberty to use
this as jou think best, as I have to think
Sare Cure for the good health I enjoy today."