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TICS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1900.
Kieselhorst Piano Co. Positively
Close Their Big Sale of
SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK
FULLY ONE-THIRD TO ONE
HALF PRICE CAN BE
easy i1 ment- to those waxt-
i.ng timi: at tim' phixly
Jf Inlrre-sted an Enrly Call Is Ailvh-
nblc t'niirrci'Ucnleel lt.irtin.iiis
In the Best r SInl;r.
Piano buv-inc; I mad" eay at the Kio-f-rlhorst
Piano Compinj'a big tlearlng-out
tale of good pianos and organs. bcraufe
irn- prices are a ' ana the terms so
e isy ih-.t It seems like every one can buy
: n Instrument. anJ those In need of a
plsno or mi organ enn ill afford to mlM
tMw special sale. ...
V! .'e the speclal-sale price applies to
al' o r at.k In order to reduce It to nor
indl proportion", the prices we ate making
nn oJd rtylef of all makes ami styles that
v. Hi be dlcortlnuid tr-nn, the new cata
logues now being printed are Just about
one-hiU of the usual retail iirlces. These
laanas are perfecUj new and thorounhly
The public can loadlly understand liint
these prices ami trrms cannot be cori
UfttW Ion, and that these (treat bargains
are limited, and i: will be necessary to act
quickly to secure thorn.
Kew and prettv cas-d pianos. "Royal
aiitl other makes, Iull guaranteed, that
retail at E&9 to Z&. are p'.alnK marked ti
clear cut at $135. Sl-M to 15i Payments J15
cask. 57 per month buy them
Fine new standard rianos. in the best of
makes, that retail $35 ;o ZCO. marked to
clear out at J'v5, Ji.13 to J27S; J2 cash. $10
per month. Iiu.i then.
Several very :in "Blal'us" anil other
pn id !.ixl:-grao pianos, new, but stjles
that wi I l diS"ontInu)d, at most remark
able tarsals, Prices JlS-j to I2u. Payments
See the Great bargains la "Kimball" pl
anoo The. Kimball" heads the lilt of good
Perhaps you wouil lll:e a good square
piano, all right for jractice pui loses.
Great bargains In s-iuar- pianos. "Emer
ron." "ivorih SIS. sain price . "Chiek
ertnjt." only W5. -and others fur $ ana
1W Payments J7 cash. $1 or $5 per month.
We will ship an where to reliable peo
ple on the above easy-payment plan.
I hose wanting n-e cmmiei -iaij.i u-
ritit nl.innn. li,t
or maKes. nanusomo
,ii...ari,-.,' nar.cW jnJ marouetrv fronts
niahoijanv, polden oak or Trench walnut
cases, pianoe tn-it r-ia.ii in' wviim i"
-. ,r.n .- .-la n 111 An. Km h,-i nl.llnll.-
ot jui in ir.10 nlll find them here, plainly
marked, to cioso out, at I2TC. WiH to $317.
Terms, Sl cash, $M per month, buia them,
or all cash. ,
See the "Apollo" rlano pUjer. recoenlied
lis tho best In th market. Special salo
prices, one-fourth off. I'avments If ceslred.
Are you Interested In the purchase of a
parlor grand piano? If to. jou thoulj not
lall to see the neT and handsome on
we have to clear out at great redactions.
Used I'prlcht PP-nns at the prratet ot
bareiiin prices. 'Ktrieron," full slxe, three
liedft!, like new, only J1S9 "itoCammon,"
!ark cas, good rnmiltlnn, full slie, ?IJS.
Decker Uros.," walnut ca?, $1S "Ohlck-
rlnif," larse else, dark Ktse, 113K. "Kun
tM. Krrat liarisin, Jl "New Kngland,"
$75 Another $65.
Terms: J10 or $15 cash. J5 or $.1 per
month, bus these used I'prUht Planus.
AVo are diermlned (o rtiiuco our stock
to normal proportions, and we will.
Remembr thn piece. 8H Olive BtreeL
Eloro i-pen every even'r.K until S S1) during
rle. KlKPEUIlKllBT PIANO CO.
TO ASK WARRANT FOR KIELY.
He Will Jie Held for .Murder of
An effort will be made by Ansirtar.t Cir
cuit Attorney ltRgers to socurn the else
und rardMi of Hictmnl Kerrlrk, who Is
hervlni; a ten years' senteno In the MIs
nouU Penitentiary aflur having btn con-vl"-!!
or the murder of Duncan IC McRae,
the emergency special who was shot and
killed on a Cass avenue ear at tho Cleary
biret Intersection, May a.
As tela In Tho Ripuiillo of yesterday Jo
feph Klelv has coufesred to the Inurder
Hid cleared Ferric t of the charge. JudRe
t;encer is cipecled to tako action In the
Chief Dtsmond will apply for warrants
Monday aminst Kiely for tlie kllllntr ot
Prank Doleman of N'o. 1231 North Elev
nth street, and Mrs. Mary Bauer of No.
121S Cass avenue last night positively Iden
tmed Klely nnd J'.lin. alias "Ss:a(;ss"
llanev. as the men who attempted to rnb
Dobe(man lnt Thursday aflerronn. Hanty
was arrested by uffiter James Carr of the
Central Dlstrlut at No. 7113 o!iv rtreot.
Kererscd nis Engine and Prohably
Prevented Serious Wreck.
Johh. Xurphy. a w-ll-known I'risco en
Eineer. by his prompt and heroic action
probably saved the lives of nearly 100 pus
tensers on an incoi' K train I'riday nlsht
utar Ulxon, Mo., Itt't as it was about to
i4unge down a dl7- embankment. On
both sides or the track there was a fall ot
inoro than UK) feet.
Tho rails t,pread, and the enRln J.imped
the track. The tender, bacgase coaoh and
teveral expres cars fo!lowl. Murphy re
ierel the lever atid al plied the air brakes.
Within less than five feet of the edge or
the embanknitnt the engine came to a
rtindstill Mot of the passengers were re
vcrely shaken up. but r.ono was periously
Injured. Dixon. Mo. Is IH miles from bu
CHICAGO L.M BltSITY H'O.f.
Defcnlert r.ombanl In the I'lrst Toot
hnll ;ame of tin- tIln.
Chicago, Sept 22. '"hi'-ogo I'nlverslty to
day won its first eolleBla'.e football camo
this year b tlefcatlnK Iyjmb'ird University,
II to 0. Tho game was une-sldcd oil
through, tho Lombard team being cut
Uaescd. Vr-rr ro Memorrntic Clnl
The "Uutler Negro Democratic Club," of j
rhlch II. II. Wilbourn is president, hm I
ir.nvt .smtulrn headouartcrs at No. Hi
Morgan street. The ambition of the club
is to carry the I ifteenth Ward for J. J.
Butler for Congreed.
Remarkable Success of it New Treat
ment for l'llcc.
For many years it has been supposed that
the only absolutely sure euro for piles was
hy sutg5c.il operation, but tho danger to ll.e
bnd the pain nnd espem- has leeii so SJeat
that many thousands f-ufrr for a ntthcr
than submit to this last resort; or thcvsj.K
the temporary relief in the many remd!
claimed to relieve piles and rectal troubles,
alvts. ointments and similar simple reme
dies which give only slight .'.ml very ten-
J)Aanewe"reparatlon which Is painless ana
harmless, but which cffe.ids immedlite re
lief and in many cases a complete euro .In. a
very .-hort time. Is sold by druaglsts under
the name of Pyramid Pile dire.
It Is in suppository form used r.t nlni
tnd its regular ue has cured thousands .r
obstinate, long stand Ins cases and U ""j
to be etiuolly effective In all the various
forms of piles, whether Itching, bleedlns or
PTheUIVramId Pile Cure allays the Irtllam
matlon and intolerable Itching, roiuces tho
tumors, and its astringent l'""1'; c?""
tho enlarged blood vessels to contract to a
normal, healthy condition. ..!
A Baltimore gentleman relates his tipnU
'liwwlth the Pyramid III- Cure In these
V"U affords me unusual pleasure t o acMray
endorsement to tho-e of others relative to
jour really wonderful pile rtmedv. I was i.i
surferer for jears until told by a MIow
ralesman of the Pyramid Pile Cure, rt has
entirely cured me. and I f.JL a
for publication If you wish to use it In i that
direction. I wish you would send meon;
of your little books on cause arid cure c
piles. I desire to show it to some WcndsL
Any pile tuffercr may use tho Pjramia
srttb certainty that It will Siva instant relief
an! regul-r uae a permanent cure and the
fill further certali.ty that it con.alr.s a
cocaine, morphine or metallic or mineral
All'druBClsU seU Pyramid Pile Cure. CO
ceat for full euted treatment.
Democratic Vice Presidential Xom
iaee Closed Uis Illinois Ap
pointments at Taylorville.
TWELVE THOUSAND PRESENT.
Change of Sentiment to Rryan Has
Become a Stampede Repub
licans Wlio Have
TajIorUlle. III., Sept. 21 Aill.il E. Stev
enson closed his Illinois appointments hero
to-ctiy. It was a. fittiiijj close to a canvass
ot two -weeks which furnished tho most
stratllp? changes of sentiment from tho Re
publican party In Illinois. Mr. Stevenson
is entitled to a largo share of the credit
In convcrtinjr thinking Republicans, those
with even a small patriotic si ir't. frcm tho
perils of an Umpire, with Its train of evils,
vast military establishments. costly naval
pageants, expensive defenses for sencoa3t3
and the Inovltiblo Increas In taxation.
Sir. Stevenson has appealed elli ctly to
reason and argued with a conservatism
that has not alw.ia pleased his Dcmocra'io
audiences, but tho effectiveness of his
speeches cannot be tioubteJ. The calm dig
nity of his delivery has comrr.ai.de1 rcspeit
and his logic has been unanswerable.
Rather than attempt to lead his listener
away from their political Idols, ho has stu
diously taught them to disrard prejudice,
think for themselves, and adised them to
tako the Ifvues of the campaign home to
I their own firesides and mako up tho verd'et
with a calm deliberation, and then register
tt at tho rolls.
Yesterday Mr. Stevenson rot W. A. Mil
ler and J. II. P.yin of Ivesdalo. the latter
editor of tho Iiedal News, and they
brought tldlnqs of cl"inrces almost revolu
tionary from tho McKInley-IIanna party to
the Democracy In Champalsn County Th
raaio story is true here la Christian Coun
ty. Not only have all th- frold Pemocrais
returned to tho uncient faith, but the con
verts from Ilannaiem aro counted by tho
scoro. Democnitlc manai?-'rs pledo a mi
nority of at least I"- In Chrlvtim Coimiy
, and si ve names of many re-enlortenients to
Colonel Henry Davs, a capitalist ff
Sprlnsfield. who did not agree with tnj
financial plank four years suro and who
voted the Prohibition ticket then, told mo
this morning that he was satisiled with the
ticket and issues this year.
"I have not chnnsed my views." said he.
"hut I shall vote tho Democratio ticket,
nevertheless. I mn not In politics. Dut I
trust I have enough patriotic! to know
the right thinir to do on cKctlon day, and
this year It certainlv involves a-vote for
the Democratic candidates."
Fred W. Anderhon of the First National
Rank of Tavlurvillo acknowledged that
ho was a Gold Democrat. "Dut 1 am fur
Bryan and Alschtiler this year the silver
issue Is practically settled and unhow is
dwarfed by others which are vitally im
portant to the perpetuity of our Iltpub.h."
Kd Reisemey. a barber, who nluavs his
been a Republican and was a Mcivinv
voter four jears ago, has announced that
he will vote fur Brian tills jear.
Gcorgo I. AItmer, a cigar manufac
turer. Is another voter Mr. MeKiniev cm
not count this jcar. He te fur Bryan and
Alschuler. and s too Is Mr. Kru-nsU-k.
It has been claimed by Repuuliean that
William Greer, the uttornev, had become a
Republican, but It is not true. He is a
ctauccti Demoi'rat. R fc. Whitroer of Mor
risonvhle Is still a Dlncoin Republican, "and
I will vote for 1'rvnn." he declared.
George AL Andi rton is captain of the
Democratio Marching Club of Puna, I
asked him if thero vvtro any chaases in
"I should say there are." was tho ready
response. "They are comins so fast we
cannot keep trail: of them. Pana Town
ship will give Brv.m und Alschuler at least
M majority, and four years nun i: went
Dvmocratlc only by lv.1 I think 1,'K) majoi
Ity In Christian County is a very conserva
Twelvo thousand persons Is a rea3inabla
estimate of the crowd which as.vtnhled In
TalorvIllo to do l-.oaor to Mr. titcven-'On.
Mr. Todd and Congressmen Caldwell and
Jett to-day. J. D. PICKKIUNO.
niiVAX si'oici: to olii i-Rinis.
Coiiilctiil Ills Tour .if His Own. Gun
Lincoln, Neb , Sept. ii Mr. Bryan to-day
continued his canvat-s of the I-lr-'t Congres
eiciial District in thij Stato lie started
arly in an automobile, intendhie; tc Inako
three npco- hes beforo rttjrnm to Lincoln
la to to-nisht.
Tho first Mop was made at Wavrrlr. In
Lancaster Count, tvtdvo miles ctstant.
where he FiKike at ll..!i o'clock. In his
speech at that point the Presidential candi
date talked. In a familiar strain as to eld
Before Mr. Brjan bcBan his speech, tho
people wero addressed by Guveiuor Poyn
tcr, who claimed that the ft-sion rinnnge
ment of the Nebraska Stdte affairs had re
detmed It from much embarrassment due
to previous Republican contrul.
Mr. Bryun did not deliver a formal
speech, but he talked to the people f jr halt
an hour or incur concerning tho Issues uf
the day. dwelling especially on the evils of
Imperialism and militarism, nnd warning
Lis hearers acalnst them.
This afternoon Mr. Bryan sr"ke nt Firth,
Fcventeen miles distant from Llncoliu
After his s-peech at Firth. Mr. Bryan
drovo to Haltam. a dlstan-e of tune miles,
and there niado tno last s-.peteh of the day.
iioo.si:vi:i.t at this colp-kuvi.
City Committee ArrniiBes for lllm to
peali '1 lie re Octiihrr !.
The Ct (eum has been engaged for part
of tho evening of October 6 as the pi ice for
a maps met tins of Republicans, who will
he addressed by Theodore Rcowelt, candl
date for the Vice Presidency. The raictln;
will take place between the hours cl 6 ar.d
7.1j p. m.
At C o'clock the doors between tho nxpo
rltlon proper and the Collceum will ho
cloKil, so that entrace to the inter will bo
only from the outside. At 7:t; the doors be
tween tho Exposition and Coliseum will 1-e
thrown open, permitting vlMtors to the two
places to lnt-Tmingle.
The public will be admitted to tho Coli
seum free of charge.
ct'TLRie.s .sti:p xo si.'iti'iusn.
Allcced Demoernt Votrd for jicUlnlry
Windsor. lit . S-pt. L A dlpitch in yes
terday morning's lIlnbe-D.morat com ern
Ing the alleged Hop or J. G Cutler .ird bis
paper, the Fiitdi.iy Enterprise, trcnl-d no
surprise here, wh-ro t utier Is so well
Known. Cutler never cast hut one presi
dential vote and that wa- for McKinley in
ISSG. His paper has alwajs be. n neutral
In polities I in.lley is the Repiil llcan
stronghold of Shelby County. A Republican
jiaper should flourish better there than ono
iVvuted to deinocrucy.
FUSION IV MONTANA.
Democrnts anil Piipnltsls Have Mronsr
dinner to Carry the !Mul.-.
Helena, Mont., Sept. 22 The Plate Li
bor party rcfuied to fuse with the Popu
lists or D--mo-rats. except on Presidential
Riectors, and nominated J. A. Ferguson of
Missoula. Mont. Tor Governor It left the
remainder of the ticket vacant The con
vention's action In nominating tae ile-clnral
thket of two other parties Is oonccdeil to
add materially to Br.van's chances for car
rylnif the State
iin is xow a Dinioosw.
Clin li Rf of Parties li" n Former Prom-int-tit
Linneus. Ma., !?ept. 22 Among ether ccn
verts to Brvan in Linneus thiuid b men
tioned J. Arbuthnot of BrcoktiiJ jl0 has
been a Republican all his life, t.rs repre
sented this county In the Mate lylatrre
and is a well-known lawyer He U rxv:
nsslstlcn tho local Democrats in lh cam-paisn.
a tssBB ,& ra h b h a mss m ks
a rh ai BflBnanadH m m a ni a
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Fmmimmpsh, m to
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Write for Our
3,000 Bugs Mailed Free.
YEARS OF WAITING.
Italian Youth Shoots the Man
Who Killed His Father
in His Home.
SENTIMENT FAVORS SLAYER.
Victim Was Under Penlence of
Twenty years' imprisonment,
hut All Effort h to Secure Ilia
Extradition Had Failed.
Waterhury, Conn Si-pt. 3. In the heart
of the business section of this city this
morning Dominie Rlnaldl, 17 yeais old,
avenged tho death of his father by laving
low with two bullets Francesco Dominic,
who killed the rider Rlnaldl In the fall of
lli?S. In tho vtlhu-o of Pontelandofo, Ita'y.
The beiy had nwout to set Justice if It took
Dominic, after leaving Italy, camo to
Waterbury, tlie home of younff Rlnaldl.
The youth had fought every legal means
to avenge his father's death. Ho had vain
ly asked the Italian Consul In New York
at various times for extradition papers for
Tho Italian Government Lad offered re
wards, and. In tho absence of all ciew-.
held an informil hearing, and. to appeuso
public clamor, smtenced IKjmlnle to twenty
one years in prison, which sentence still
hangs over the boy's victim here. The
wounded man has no chance of recovery-
Rlnaldl l'cai! a good reputation here
nmong bu-im ss men, aiid th re Is little fe 1
Insr for the dying man. F many Influential
Itilians have Intended themselves for the
l'berty of the youth there is a suspielo
that srimc or if.
ecret societies of Italy
aro to take up Lis cause.
BUTLER OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN.
West End Coliseum Packed and
aIir'Ii Enthusiasm Shown.
An audience that packed the West End
CoiieUin to the doors rroeu-d Jam-s J.
Butler, Democratic nominee fir Cjiifjresi
In th Twelfth Dltr!t t p t n'.aat nt the
opening of his campaign. The meeting was
enthusiastic from start to linl-.Ii and sets
a rapid pace for his Uepjhlie-an opponent.
The deors were thrimn open tally and
the crowd made a ruih f.-r v its The vari
ous ward clui s Hied Into the hall hrajed
by fife and drum corps The seats al'jng
the side were tilled and the crowd stood in
the tan-bark arena.
I' A. Noonan acted as chairman of tho
meeting. On the stage were atcd Ben
Clark. SI. K McGrath Edward Duller,
father uf the cinlidate. rharle-s H. Haugh
ton Police C-intalii Ivi. Iv nf ii,. i. .... n.
made thu otieninw; a-1-lress He -'Uiogized i
Mr Butler and declare. tbo Twelflli Dis
trict would send to iVrcrt-s-s a young man !
nmi-e nonor was nev.r rieMlonl and sin
cerity never doubte.l. I!.. .'. r-l..r..l h !.,!
'never addresse-a a more entiiuslasUc audi
ence man ne snw Detore mm.
Attorney Genersl Ctw vas Introduced
Mr. Crow made an ab'e sjm ech He s-iid
the time ha.i cone when the Intlicatlo-is
Iiointed to a sweeping victory fe.r the Dem-
e-ernts and declared that J irncs J. Butler i
should bo elected to Congress jjy ji,, (,lrr. j
whelming maiorltv. Mr Crow them went-
Into a discussion of tho trust evil, which
lie nar.uieei wiinout gloved.
As Mr. Butler arote to speak, a Lirge
American Slag at th, rear of the hall was
unfurled As it spread out Its folds the
lug audience ch-ered lustily for several
minutes Mr. Butler declared that it wis
one time In his lire that he was supremdy
happv. "The l-ir. snd s-in.-vr e.f both b!a k
nnd white are with mc." he dreliire-d. "It
Is needless in It-litre who I am"
"You the Ed Butler's son," came a voice
from tho audience. The audien-'e ehe'rc 1
When the appluuse had tuhsl.lel Mr. But
ler continued. "I am Ed Buiier's son and
I am proud of It " Mr Butier then took
up the Issues of the cam'piii-n. reading hhj
speech from manuscript. Ills deilverv wni
forcible and durms the peecn the apfilaua
After I. - had concluded, orl-3 of "Colonrl
Pull r" Illle-l f'ic roirn c . -.cl i:d Lut
lor mide a FhTt epct." in wi. -h h i -cared
that he had never nsk d irvthi-g
of the Democratic party, but now he was
asking that his son be sent to Congrcs-.
Ha closed amid a salvo of cheers for James
IH AHHJHCA FOB F1HE GOODS."
mm mm m
r -! mmm
v4i?.ss U el m laik QM il &
Ptitler. given with a hearty gool will by
the vast audltr.ee.
IIRYA.VS ll.J.I.VOH BATHS,
Clinlrman Jones Denies That They
Have Been Cniieeled.
Chicago. Sept ZL Snitor James K.
Jcne.s to-day emphatically denied the story
that W J. Br an h-nl cancel-d his speak
lug einragements in llilonls, und other
V. -teir. Motes in order to hurry to New
York, at h' request. Senator Jones stated
that Mr Bryan will proceed to New York
to speik on Oclobcr lti, as announced, and
not before that time.
"I am thoroughly satisfied with the situ
ation In New ork." said tlie Senator. "We
will havo a big majority there "
WRLI.I.VfiTOX AT GRAM) IIAPII).
Told Ills Anillenre Tluit Molvlnlpy
Broke a Mil'-mn Pleilcr.
Cranl Rapids. Miclu, !pt. 23. Penntor
Wellington tpoke for an hour and a half In
tti" Auditorium to-night, holding an audi
ence of Z.'-O mtact until he finished. His
audrcss was unvoted to Imperialism and
the war in S"uth Africa.
The point which c-:icit-d the greatest ap
plause wuh Ins diclarat'on that President
McKinlty sol.mnly plxled him In return
for his vote im the ratification of the peaco
treatj that the Fillrlnos wero to bo grant
e,i Independence atler a etablc government
had ! en estati.ished and tat he could not
support a man for President of the United
States who had broken such it fcolemn
iviniix id M'i:.K roii iiiitan.
runner President if n.jnnl ''iiffrnclsts
llnters the I'uuipnlKn
arth.i2e. Mo. .-1-pt. li Mi'-i Rita Har-ri-e.il.
f.-r jrais prt-ident of the Missouri
Riu.il Huffr.igo Association, has nnnounceil
J..-r intention of tendering her services to
the Demc'cr-i-v a- a tpeakT. She will
make her llrst app- arance at Sarcoxio next
LAID DOWN WITH 'HIM TO DIE.
Wife Took Poison, Fearing Hus
band's Death Was iXear.
Mrs. Annie Moore, living at No. C01 Mnr
5:et fitree. swallow cl a largo doso of mor
phlno about lP3- o'clock last night and laid
down beside her sick husband to dlo. As
Mooro wan too feeble to summon nsslst-
ance, she kk" not found until almost an
hour after sho had taken the poison, but
Doctor Voerster at tho City Dispensary ap
plied tlU' siphon an I saved her life. Worry
over her husband's illness irompted Mrs.
Mrs. Moore's husband has been very HI
for some timo and h!s wife was his nur?o
anil hupport. He has been getting liuire
feeble every dny, and lately he and the peo
ple In the houhe noticed that his wife was
very despondent. Wic feared he was djlr.g.
t-her took the morphine last night without
telling her husband until fche laid down lie
rMo him. He tried lo arouse some of the
other occupants of the house, but wbs un
successful. Mr. Moore i' at tho City Hospital and Is
out of danger.
ALL IS FORGIVEN SANDERS.
He Weds the Girl Who Caused His
Imprisonment for a year.
1 ItCPCIlLIC SPncLVL
Louisville. Xj.. Sept. 21. A few jears
ago Ncah Sanders and Lis distant cousin.
Miss EiTio Sanders, who Uvea at PInchecoe,
becirae swcethiarts. Aflt r b rth of a child
to Hits Sanders, the couUn was threatened
with prosecution, and lo avoid this, it was
charged he entered into a conspiracy with
Andtrson Warner, and the result was that
tho father and daughter wero Ir.dlcled by
tlio Grand Jury on the information of thesa
On ftnul trial father and daughter wcra
acquitted and tho Grand Jury indicted Nouh
Saiiuers and Warner for LiUe hwear.ni;.
Snd-iH adniitud guilt and was sentenced
to thu penitentiary lor n enr. He tierve-1
tho tirm and tti.riicJ to tlie county.
The old love spark, it Is presumed, was
kinilleel anew, fur this week Sauucrs and
his cousin were married.
Warner has never been tried. His caso
is set for tho December term o court.
Call for our aimpio book of Kail Wall
Paper at regular reduced prices. Roehrlg
& Jacoby Wallpaper Co., 1C01-1M3 Prank
Died nt Ivirknv ille.
Mr. Belle Clough Baley, wife of the Rev
erend A. V. Baley of the Missouri Confer
ence M. E. Church, South, died Thursday.
September 10, at her home In Klrksvllle,
'C of the
The Gold and Silversmiths of St. Louis, have the honor to announce that ihey are now fully
prepared for the fall and holiday season with the most
iLiy . wum i nwuti a u ygi 7ii9
Diamonds, Silverwares, Watches, Gut Glass, Music Boxes, Bric-a-Orac, Etc.,
Ever shovn in America. Our importations are arriving: daily, and
nd choicest productions from the
by our Mr. A. S. Mcrmod the past
3 Shr Bra izM 3r Wixl
taHTMy purchasing of us you arc absolutely sure of notbuynifro!d, shop-worn
old goods we had were all destroyed
The prices at which wc are oaering:
cannot buv old and old-fashioned roods at
antecd eoods for. iuclttdinrr some vcrv choice specimens from the Paris Exnosition. secured bv Mr. Mermod on his fel
zisit. BWe want the people of St.
come aud sec this grand collection.
remarkably low prices at which we
give us pleasure to have them call
Diamonds, Silverwares and rarely beautiful
ONE MAN SLAIN iN
A FIGHT OVER A 00G.
John Combs, Freight Car Inspect
or, Kills August Schniiltgen,
PUTS FIVE BULLETS INTO HIM.
Combs Struck Schmittgen's Hull
Pup and the Owner Resented
It Prisoner Says He Fired
As the icsult of a quarrel over a bultdoj
John Combs, a freight enr lrspector living
at No. 33$ Euce-iia street, last night shot
and Instantly killed August Fcha-.Ittgen, a
watchman for the Merchants' Terminal
Railway Association, who lived at No. "vxi
Wyomlr.s street. The shcotlnx occurred at
&.C0 o'clock In a tallrc-ad she-i at Bremen
avenuo and Hall street.
The men hsd been friends for a Ions time
and met dully in the discharge of their
duties. Pihtnlttgcn owned a bull log which
he look about the yards t ith him at night.
Ye-sterday morning, shortly after C o'clock.
Combs w-a3 passing through thn yards with
a lantern. He met Schmittgen with his dog
ami stopped to talk with him. Schmittgen
playfully set his dog on his friend.
Tho nnlmal evidently thought Its maslcr
was In rarnct and spranff fiercely at
Combs, who avoided It, and struck It wllh
Ms .lantern. The blow hurt the dog. which
howled and ran nil. This enraged Schmltt
Cen, who swore at Combs, and told him If
he hit his elojr. he would have to hit him
or tiko a beating. Hot words were
e-vclrmged by tho two rren, and a fight
probably would have resulted on tho spot
had not a freight train passed alone Just
Qunrrel Was Renewed.
Combs vv.inteel io go in the d!irtlem In
which tho train was moving, and Jump-1
abcard. Schmittgen tried to drag him from
the cars, but was prevented by the con
ductor, who came to C(jmbs's rescue.
Schmlttjen jelled after Comts that ho
would get him later, and teach him to
hit his dog.
Combs siva tint he thought nothing more
of tho Incident sn.l In the evening about
5J, when he went back to the y.ixds, he
dropped in at the shed, whjch the watch
men use as a headquarters, to talk with
Schmlltgrn. The watchman rt.irte-d nt one
to abuv; him, he sajs, and stated that no
man could hit his do:; without having hiia
to deal with him. An argument followed, in
which Schmittgen stated that his do; never
had bothered any one.
Combs offered to bet Schmittgen a suit
of clothes that the dig had blMen people
about the yards, and said thnt If he would
go ov r to his nlhce they could i-ign the
bet. The men started off together and hail
gotten us fur as the shed at Bremen ave
nue when they met a yard clerk. Combs
ealle-d to him anl asked If Schmittgen's
dog had not bitten him.
The clerk answered that the bulldog had
bitten him on the leg a few nights before.
This stat ment e-nraged Schmittgen and he
angrily declared that Combs and the clerk
were both looking for trouble nnd that he
would give It to them. A light followed, in
which Schmittgen ttruck Combs on the
head with his club. Combs drew his revol
ver and lired at Schmittgen until all the
chambers were emJty.
1'ive HullelK Took Effect.
All five bullets took effect and Schmittgen
dropptd to tho ground. An ambulance was.
called, but the wounded man had expired
before it arrived. His bouy wn taken to
tlie- morgue. It was found that he was
shot in tho neck, right groin, abdvmen, left
aim and right leg.
After the shooting Combs walked to the
Sixth District Police Statluii at Ninth and
Angelica streets. He calmly entered tne
stat'on. and. walking up lo the tu.sk. in
formed the Sergeant in charge that he had
shot a man ana wanted to surrender. Wh n
en by u Republic reporter Combs said
that he had acted In self de-ftnse. lie said
that'w:hinlttsen had threatened to kill him
and that be believed it was a question of
one of Ihnm being killed.
Schmittgen waa about 31 years old. He
v. - -t v. i-bi fc.v m r i .1 its ?; jsk f. rn r f j it cr. t!" k r. . . kr. i Kit ru mm
On BROADWAY, Cor. Locust St.
IT M tt SHfl m m i"a II FPU m W M I
S. Jaccard Jewelry CoOJJ
Tfifti 1 iPTiillfltliliilMliie
most famous manufacturers ot hurope, being the purchases maae
obb an 3ti-
in the "great fire.
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Ih-ise new, beautiful and choice oods are astonishingly low. Indeed, you, i
such low nriccs as we will sell von the latest desirrtis and the finest jruar- i-
Louis and the Mississippi Valley to
WELCOME AT ALL
We want them to see what we have.
offer the very finest goods made. Whether they wish to purchase or not.
aud spend all the time they wish
was a s n of the late Sergeant Frank
Schmittgen of the St. I.ouIs police force.
Countess Louise Taaffe to Wed
Doctor Jacob Feldniann.
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
l'aris, Stpt. 2i (Copyright, lCO, by tho
New York Herald Company.) The Menna
paper3 announce a very interesting engage
ment this morning that of the jour.g
Counf.-ss Louise TasiiTo to Doctor Jacob
Fcldmann. This will, of course, create a
ereat jersitlon In Vienna society and It
will be called a meralllince.
The doctor has bi-en practicing live years
at ICaschak. and usually spends tho sum
mer nt Carlbad.
This Interesting young; Countess was
among his patients, und tho two fell des
perately In love.
Tho doctor dared not propose to the girl,
as he thought that he. a Hebrew and a
Bourgeois, could never marry the daughter
uf the fanner Prime' Minister. Count Ed
ouard Tuafe. belonging to one of tho oldest
families of the Austrian aristocracy.
He sent the CounU-ss a bou'iuet every
morning, and one morning met her on the
promenade nnd kissed her hand.
Thu Countess seemed to understand this
mute declaration of love, and immediately
wrote to her bes-t friind. the Princess. von
Holienlirg, who has Just Leeu married to
the Arcliduk Kranz Kerdtnand d'Este. She
n-ked her friend's advice. Could &he, the
Countess Taaffe, wed a Bourgeois and a
Tho Trlncess answered: "The Countess
Taaffo holds such a hlc.ii position that she
has no need to consider paltry prejudice
an-1 en lol.ow the inelination of her own
Th-j Countesa so-it Prince's Hohenbers's
letter to tlie doctor, and now the- happy
jeiuiig couple will soon be married.
oe.nt Ldouard Taaffe. the famous Aus
trian statesman. Olid In 1S and the Count
em Lcuise is tho second sitter of the
present Count Henry Taaffo. his son. who Is
a Viscount In tlm Irish peerage, belli,; di
rectly descended from VIe-ount Taaffo and
Baron of Ball) mote, created In WM. The
To-.tfes were devoted adherents of tho
Stuarts, and tho supporter of James II
was liln lighting for his cauje at the tat
tle of tho Uovne. Kor fourteen years the
lato Count Tiiaffe. who was tho companion
In hi jouth of the present Emperor
Krnncis Joseph, conducted a successful ad
ministration In Austria, resigning in IRC.
The country prospered greatly undir his
rt.le nnd ho was supported by the masses
of the people, though he was unable to ex
tend to them the franchise, owing to the
Sreeh-German Internal struggle, which 13
still golna' on.
Montana Senator Proud of His Vic
tory Over .Marcus Daly.
New York, Sept. 22. In the unsolicited In
Ii rjie in- nt of him given by the Democratic
State Convention in Montana on Friday
S. nator W. A. Clark sees a vindication
which he valuis more highly than he doea
anv of h's past political triumphs.
The reginl ot his friends, he rays. Is
much dearer to him than the good opinion
of an unthinking pubiie. Democratic suc-ct-s
In Montana, he mjs, I assured.
Just home from Europe, Senator Clark Is
a full of fight as he has ever lieei In an
interview to-night, he exprecd his j,rali
tr.je to his fi lends and at the- same timo
Dung bitter detlnanco al his ancient ene
mies. "Marcus Daly Is, I understand," said he.
"Icing at the point of death at the Hot"!
Neith.-rlands. He has been my most blt
t -r er.emy. followed me with malice for
vests and without cause, but In this hour
of his suff"rlr.e; I can truthfully say tint
1 1 ope for his speedy recovery. I wish Mr.
Dal no 111. but for the good of Montana
and its peoplo 1 certainly hope that tho
list v.-stige of his Influence out there has
"When Daly cannot rule, he triers to ruin,
and the same policy is being pursued by his
followers. He has no strength outside of
the three counties where the amalgamated
copper rotnpany is operating. He cannot
defeat the Democrats, who will control the
nest Legislature, as they did the last, and
I will again be elected lo the United Statevj
Senile, though I have no personal desire
to s.lt as a mc-mber of that body.
"One-man power and Anaconda corporate
domination is a thing of the past so far as
the Montana Democracy is concerned.
"Marcus Daly has made no contribution
this vejtr to the Democratic cimpaign fund,
and if the truth were known 1 do not doubt
that should hi- roe over he would le-nd his
support to McKinley. .Marcus Daly is now
dying, the victim of his own spleen. He is
the mjst vicldus tempered man I have ever
mm F ?Sza &&? i&& f?r9 REfe. n ia
Mnir.ess men. Hundreds of relapse from other treatments reclaimed.
The tujurr that the nervous nystem sustains is al-o eliminated b tins
t-catment, ana. me pavienb is piacvu i"a ;uruu3anu njnustvonu. ......
Cocsultition free a pcrsou-1 one preferred but letters of lnoulry an
swered promptly f.nd conSacnilally THE PKQVIS IHMVSE CO., Dept.
F. IIU Ctuniul HiZ; St- Udb, St.. r Dtjt. T. lit; B4ls St.. luuu City. .
they consist of the newest designs
Pla && GF& Ervi Ph PS PRfc ftk
Sra aSH Bjy u iiu tJ m' 3 Si S l2 sk
n m .-v. 11 rji m i m -ij hj ms m ..
and out-of-date goods. What
feel that they are
We want them to be fully convinced
to in a careful inspection of our
PEACE NEAR AT
HAND SAYS TALLAGE
Noted Divine Has Confidence in
the Words of the Czar of
NATIONS ARE TIRED OF WAR.
Russia, ne Derlares, Xo Mora
Want a Slice of China Than
Do the People of tho
BY REVEREND T. DeWITT TALMAGB.
SPECIAL BY CARLE.
Pari". Sept. -(Copyright. 1300, by W. R.
Hearst.) I find one 6ent!mnt as wide as
Europe, nnd that is that China must pay
heavily for U.Sroagcs done, but continue as
an Empire she must.
The reasons the Governments of Europ
are eIovv to withdraw Is that they are not
sure that China will keep her promise to
behave well and da the right thing.
The two nations most sick of war are Ger
many and Russia. It Is no pleasure to
them to h tve to borrow money from Amer
ica to carry on the present strife. The two
men who most desire pence are Emperor
Nicolas of Russia anl Emperor William of
In my opinion, in sIk months the list
cloud of war will have disappeared from,
the world's sky. From what Emperer
Nicolas told me I know he does not ex-I-vct
a prolongation of the international
trouble. He no more wants a bltr slice ot
China than the United States wants it.
What a great thing it is that at this timo,
when the world has three wars on its
hards, we haw the great Paris Exposi
tion, which In Itself means peace. Natlora
here are side by side in brotherhooJ. It Is
a tableau of the cillennlum.
I have seen the jrreitest fairs of the last
thirty years, but this surpasses all. Why
not? It had all the previous fairs to study
ar.d improve upon. There hive been no
such rich decorations of pavilions and pal
aces, no such spltndor of rich manufac
turers, no such poetry of costume, no suchi
street of nations.
If It were 3s!;eJ which of all the new
invention hero displayed the one that
m--st Interests me, I would say the print
ing rress. which can print In half an hour
ij.aO copies of a sixteen-page paper, fold
and count them.
If you ask which Is the most fasclnatlne
and Inspiring of s.ll the rooms, I answer tha
Hall of World's Sculpture.
METHUEN RETAKES A GUN.
Death of Scout Therone Confirmed
by an American.
London. Sept. S -The followins dispatch
has been received from Lord Roberts:
"Pretoria. Friday. Sept. 21. Methuert
completely routed a Boer convoy at Hart
River, west or Klcrksdorp. and recapture
a Impounder lost at Coienso. He also cap
tured wagons. 8.O30 cattle. 4.000 sheep,
20.COO rounds of ammunition and S prison
ers "Hildyurd occur led Vryheld September 1J,
turning out the Boers from a strong posi
tion. The British casualties were few.
"Cleri hi-s captured a Hollander-American
befor.slnK to Therone'si Scouts, who.
confirms the reports of Therone's death."
Be It -nhisicy. berr or any tkohollc drink
absolutely curcu or a cen process waica bo.
onlr eliminates the desire but makes drlnK
o otccx ious that itcancottc retained upon
the stcmach. 1 te only treatment which lm-
mtnts ine ralient. KDUorsed by leaeUne