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THE KEPUBLIC: SATUKDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1900.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Discount rates were e to 7 per rent on call
and time loans, Cliarances, SSltSvC, bal
ances. SolJ.lfG. New York eseli ingo. "c uis
. ount bid, 4c discount asked; l.oiitsiille. 2T.e
discount bid, pir asked, t'hleagu. 'c dls
oount bid. Cl'c discount asked. New Orleans,
2.1c discount bid. pnr aske-d, Cint Intiati. 2,1c
discount bid, par asked.
The local nlio.it market closed lower at
71c n Nov; Sli-ft-tyc Dec; TliUc b May;
73"ii7c No. 2 nil Corn olo-ed ut !!c n
Nov . :'4Ke Doc; CStC b. May ; S-V-c No. i
white. Oats closed at Sc n. Nov.; c b.
Die ; H-vC May; :3c No. 2.
The local market for standard mo-": pork
Uosed qukt at $13 for new. Prime steam
lard clo-ed quiet at 6ST.C lor L side.
The loeal market for spot cotton closed
LOCAL AND M'BT'RBAX
The St Louis p.mnti Sunday School Con
ention is in session.
The meetings ot to-il iiraetir.ilK lose
the oritoiie.il work uf the lunil einip ilgn.
An address has lit en Issued m thi mltrs
of MiK-ouii setln-g Itrlh the benems Unt
will accrue trom ilie World's l"a!r.
Albert Damon, teamster, was run oii
and killed bj his -inn aon.
The ste-imcrs SpreaJ Kacle and 1! C
Gunter raciil on il'- nti to settle a lxt
Iwtwcn, the captains of the esel-
The Metropolitan Impi element Couip ,nv
n-ks the Boird of Public Tniproienieiils to
suspend its. swi-epmg lontracl.
A bill appropriitim; ?22.V TO tlie Wit.r
norks eitenslim fund whs iutiuduied m the
George J. Mook membet of a iiill-kiiunit
liusiness Srm, dud aflei a Inns' illness
Miss Mary" C. ICriei. a wniking nl who
owns a. horse and runabout, e'oped to le
tosl. Mo, with i: A. Bet liner, ami the
i crc morned there.
Mrs. Helen Van NV- got a warrant
rgamst Dai Id G Mirtin chart;Inr iii.n
with taklrg a dlamoi'd ilug belonging to
Juhu" Heftier, heir to an date In !3u
ropo. is being sought b relatnes and the
Bratton's Thcree beat Von Wed Ntnediv
Mc. L. In the runabout las;, at the Horst.
Two men weie killed bi C & A. trains
at Granite City.
B. A. Enloe his wlthdtawn fiom the con
gressional race in the Eighth Teiinen
District, and tlie re ebction uf T. W. Simms
Bryan and Alschuier hale awakened great
political enthusiasm in Chkagu an 1 Cook
J. L. Pickerlrg predicts the election of
Samuel Atschuler as tloiornor o: Illinois.
A United States District Judge in Hono
lulu has ruled that the Constitution does
not follow the flag.
New York police are looking for a missing
clerk of the Tarrant Drug Compiny, who Is
said to be the only person who knows what
exploslies were stored In the bulldlnir in
which the recent disastrous tire originated.
Cornelius Aliord. the detaultiug bank
caEhler of New York, was released yesier
day by State authorities and immediately
rearrested by a United States MaisliaV
He is held la defaalt of SlW.uOO bail.
Theodore Rooeielt concluded his cam
paign tour jesterdav with the ilnil das '3
tpeaklng in New Yo-lt towns.
Alexander Dockery spoke to immense
audiences in Hannibal and Kansas City
yesterday, two cities at opposite sides of
the State. He was cheered by large crowds
at each station where the train stopped.
It is now believed that two more men at
least are concerned in the Hlce plot. Jones
is in a hysterical condition, following his
confession and attempt to commit suicide.
Patrick remains bold and confident.
The National Anti-imperialistic league of
the United States has issued an address to
tho American people, warning them of the
dangers which threaten the Republic and
recapitulating the eiidence bearing upon
the Philippine question.
Five high dignitaries of the Roman Cath
olic Church, It Is reported, will be raised
to the cardlnalate at the next consistory.
A Chicago man sues an asylum for $J5.i,0lW
damages for Illegal detention.
Mrs. George M. Pullman announces that
Bho will not pay any debts contracted by
her son. George M. Pullman; thnt he has
plenty of money to pay his own debts.
Ferrel's attorneys hae fded a motion for
a new trial, alleging that one of the Jurors
which convicted him of the murder of an
express messenger Is not a qualified elector.
One hundred and Hie cadets were dis
missed from the Caller Military Academy
at Culver, Ind., yesterday for breach ot
Abel P. I'pham. Government tea epert,
i supposed to liaie committed suicide, as
.1 result of ill health, caused by excessiie
lasting cf tea.
Ogden Merrltt. a farmer liiing near Mat
toon, Ilk, secured his own dliorce bj giiing
ids wife a cash consideration to leaie him.
He also gale her a cow and pony iti e
el.Bnge for their babj.
Tlie Commissioners to inquire into Pao-Ting-rti
outrages haio decided upon the
t ccutioc. of three higli officials.
The fate or Mises Morrill and Gould,
American missionaries to China, is now
Allied troops occupy the tombs of the
members of the Imperial family of China.
American steel mills capture contracts
01 cr European competitors, and will build
1 ail ways in South Africa.
Ninety Americans, who fought with the
Boers in. South Africa, are on their way
Tho British casualty list for October In
South Africa nearly equals those of the
arly stages of the Boer War.
Boers under DeWct are actlie around Pre
toria. One correspondent saji, that the war
will last six months longer.
Countess Ca&tellane's counsel in Paris
states that she will be able to pay her own
Jockey McCuo won three races out of file
in which ho was entere-d at Empire Cit
The Oakland race course will open to-diy
In California fur the winter season.
Starter Chlnn was out of form at Eatoria
csterda. The starts were poor. Onlj two
An Immense steel bridge will span (he
Illinois Central jards at Glen Carbon, 111,
for tlie use of electric rallwajs.
Gcrrit Fort, assistant general passenger
acent of the Union Pacific, is down with
t.iphoid feier at San l'ranclseo.
Tlie new Pennsylian! 1 pension sjstem will
go into effect Januarj 1. 1301.
President Baldwin denies some exaggerat
ed reM'oris about improiements on 1.011a;
The Prench now lnie the fastest long
distance train 111 the woild.
Scleral changes hale bten made on tho
Southern prior to tho ahsotptioli of the Air
Tlie Toas oar shortage has been lelieied.
The Illinois Southern is preparing to make
L.. S. Miller has been appointed assistant
to the presltlent of the Erie.
t M. Hajs lias been formally elected
It: evident of the Southern Pacilic.
C A. Parker v. til submit his icslmiatlon
to-d ty as ecnimi-8iour of the St. Eouis
New York, Nov. 2. Arriied: Kaiser Wil
helm II from Naples.
Havre. Nov. 2 Arriied: I.a Bretagne
from New York.
Boston. Nov. i Arriied: New England,
New York. Nov. 2. Silled: Philadelphia,
Licriool; "Weimar. Bremen.
Glasgow, Nov. 1. Sailed: Pomeranian,
Montreal; State ot Nebraska, New York.
Queertstown. Nov. 2. Sailed: Common
wealth, from Llierpool. Boston.
SL Michaels. Nov. 2. Passed: Steamer
Ems. Genoa and Naples, lia Gibraltar, for
Hamburg, Nov. 2. Arrived: Steamer
Kaiser Knedorich, New York, ia Pl mouth
Hamburg, Nov. 2. Sailed: Steamer Bel
gravu, Boulogne and 3frtw York.
odds on Mckinley
fell three points.
Chiinjro Kfiiiug Figure Aro Now
Two ami One-I:ilf
REPUBLICANS ARE CAUTIOUS.
l!if Sninst OIIVumI :i Few D.iy,
A pi il;ie Iteen Hastily With-
tli.iwu Demon. it it- jlum-jt
.Mtire in Kiiilem i
('hliiigii, in. Nin. 2 -Odds n the j.sult
"f tin presid. mi il tleition,tuinblel tn-d 11
fim ti and .". to 1 011 M1KI11I to 21.. to 1
tin the Ohio til's ihaiins
The n if is il of opinion was -. snrpri-e tn
the luoktis, hotel e'erks and s.itiHiukei p. rs,
wlm aie sU,i i i,i,i j their laults and
sn.s more than SliriMxi in wagers
J 1 Tun low ml . Co, brokers In til
Stix k i:ehutgt lmllding. are ciistoli m" t f
iiirtif than ?.i-inj n lKts Thhtten bundled
dflllis was wageiiil in me liot In ! 11 at
the .ilds of Ji,. to 1 m MelClnlei's chance
A report In the niniuing newsjupers that
a V. w V01l.tr was roadj. tu wuger $10000
tn Sliuvj that MiKiiiloi would eirn New
Y.uk bj Wnw iIiinllt brought Ttirth a tall,
ban man. with a giai beird. who b united
the otlkes of .1 I Townstml c.i fiom
m.nlng until nit;ht He cairled in his
pntktt two ceitititd chocks for r.'TO taeii.
and he spent mtisi of the dai Hi big to
cniei the hot. Hut the luoktis could Eet
no t-ate of the New Yorker.
Oier at foimer Akbimau William Man
glti's rtstamaiit the odds uti .MeKinlt v wete
eut s.iijIt.i u,,, n,j,i,ii,. Tlire-e weeks
ago the betting in this le-ort was ; to 1 oil
MiKlnlty Tin re wtie das when It was
as ejoo.i as c to I To-dai. howei.r. Repub
licans shaied the oilds to 2'2 to 1 on the
geneial i.sjlt Democrats held aloof, how
eier, prefenlng to wait for bitter eidiK.
One btl was made with Mangier h few
dajs aw at $.". elon that MeKlnlev would
haio 8ii0iJ more lotos in Illinois than Bry
an Mangier has a big bunch or MeKlnlev
monei, but It is now held at J' to 1 mi the
man Horn Ohio.
MOST BETS ARE PLACED.
Xew York Partisans Hae- Wa
tered l.aroi' Sums.
New York. Noi. 2 Election brtting is
practicalH at a stnidstill in this eiti. Nu
merous small wagers ate made dally, but
11s the Republicans control tho bulk of the
floating currenej of tho country the larg
bets aie neios-arilv limited Earlier in the
week two wagers weie made at odds of 0
to 1 on MeiCinlej. the big end 111 tac.li case
The McKinloi paitlsans control the odds,
and can shift them to stlt their purpo-es.
bin bj common consent .1 to 1 is the late
quoted b tile men of mm-. Jacob I'lel I
to-dav offered to bet with James R. Keeue
4W.til against SIOO.KK) that McKlnle would
be elected. Mr. Keene demanded .; to I.
Mr. Field suggested a compromise on the
basis ot Strati") against $1U0WW. but Ml
Keene held out for the ruling quotation It
is probable that thtse gentlemen will come
to an agreement before election dij. .Mi
Keene believes that Brjan ins a good
chance to win on Tuesday, and at the pre
lailing odds an Investment of 51l(0 with
the prospect of getting S300v00 for It ap
peals to him as a sporting man.
H. N. Sawjer. Jr., of Boston, who offered
ut the Waldorf-Astoria a few days ago to
wager r,0,0u0 against $15 000 that McKinloi
would carry Illinois by CO.OOO lotes. has dis
appeared. Two prominent Democrats
called at the hotel to-day to cover Sawjer s
money, but they could not find the Boston
J . J. Judge, a broker, to-diy bet $tsm 011
McKinley against $l.CvO on Brj.au. Ch.ulrs
C. Lennson taking th snlail end. Mi. Judge
has $10,0X1 more to bet at the sime odd-.
An even bet of SJOuO on a Republican plu
rality of 120,ij0" hi New York was made 0
William B. Lockwood with Tormer Mai or
Boody of Brooklin. Three other bets, ag
gregating S2,5"u to )T"0, were recordtd on the
Ernest L Ashbaiigli, at the HolTm 111
House, offered to place these bits on Mi
Klnley. One thousand doll its c-ien on Tj.DOO plu
lalltj in New Yoik State; 000 even on In
diana; Sl.OuO el en on Maryland; JWlOO
against 51,000 on Now York State; S!,ni)
against $1.0n0 on general results; $2,001
against $1,000 on Illinois; $1000 even tin
Brokers who make a business of placing
election wagers siy that more than $2,000,000
has bten wagered in tills cltj on the out
come of tlie election at odds ranging from
2'5 to 1 to ". to 1 on McKInlei. The Brjan
bettors, as a rule, are Wall street men
who took adiantage of the long odds to
"gamble," feeling that the situation did
not justify the Republicans with money in
backing their favorite at such figures.
Nearly eierj man in Wall street has made
u bet of some sort, and the result is await-e-d
In that busj- center with keen Interest.
IIUTTIMi o i:kici.
.luh it II. Wbitlleu Wit rer ft $l,um Up
Will Curt-) Kentucky bj 111,0011.
Louisiille. Kj., Nov. 2. A somewhat un
usual bet was made to-daj' when two men
wagered $1,00) each, not on the result of the
election In Kentucky, but upon the size of
the plurnlltj- of John W. Yerkes-, the Re
publican nominee for Governor. The bet
was made bj' John H. Whallen, the noted
Louisville politician and a Democrat, who
made the proposition that Yerkeu would
carry the Slate by 10,000 plurality.
The $1,000 was postr,d with Amos lie
Campbell and the money was promptly cov
ered bj- Henrj Embrj', a well-known Hie
stock commission m in. The bet looked a
foolish one upon the part of Whallen and
may be one of his manj- political tricks
When Braille v was running for Governor
he was" employed to organize the Republic
an campaign in Louisville and has since
been employed In a similar capacity by the
WANT TO GO HOME TO VOTE.
L'lilleye .Mini Throng Democratic
Demoeiatlc State headquarters at the La
clede was thronged jcs.terd.iv bj college
men anvious to take advantage of the
cheap rate to go home to vote.
Senator John Morton of Raj Cuuntv, J.
J. Russell of Mississippi Countj-, C. B. Ill
gels anil Sheriff Aub Ewlng of Vernon
County and Paul 11. Moore, private secre
tnrj of Governor Stipliens, weie among
III Vitllililliu I. tlie-.
Two trains going S:1j p. m. or 11 3.1 p. m.
SIX trains returning. No transfers :i
route. Two dollars and Kty cents for louiid
trip. Go Noi ember 3d, return, including
morning trains of 5th. 10J North Fourth
street and Union Station.
EpUeupal Coiia oentlon Clours.
Itm-l lll.le M'UCIAI.
Palmyra, Mo, Nov. 2 The topic of dis
cussion at tlie conference ot the Episcopal
Coniocatlon this afternoon was "The Rela
tion of the People to the Rector." The at
tendance was good and the discussion wa
very much enjoyed. To-night Bishop Tuttle
preached to a large congregation. Tne choir
boys from Dc.in W. A. Hatch's church. In
Mcnroe City, were present and rendered the
music. The coniocatlon, which has been a
very pleasant and protltable one, closed to
night. The Bishop will remain until Sun
dar. when he will preach two sermons.
ECZEMV; SO CURE, M PAY.
Y'our druggist will refund jour monej' it
Pazo Ointment falls to cure Ringworm, Tet
ter.Old Ulcers and Sores.Plmplcs and Black
heads on the face, and all skin dhjeases. COc.
TEA TASTING COST
EXPERT HIS LIFE.
Aliel I I'liliam, Ol.icial Taster for
the (loveriimeiit. Com
BEVERAGE RUINED HIS HEALTH,
Medical Kieiis on His; Case Do
dare Thai Tlieie Is .Much Dan
ger to Those Who Ilaliilu
all I Mink Tea.
ia:i'i m.ic secei 11
-huago. III. Noi 2. Cor skin m listing
of ta. Abtl P. I'pham. Gourmueni lei ev
put. is siipj,,,., , (,, ii.no palil the peiittli
of his life, lie ,11, d jtstenliv at his fainllv
heme. No ". 21s Bioiclaml aieiuie. undt r
ilrt iiiustaiKi s whitli L-aie l hint of stilt Ide.
mid tht I'm out I's jury to-day found lliat
in hail klllt-t hiuiseli
Rttinnitnt foi almost two veals In 1
s milariiiin, while lie undo! w lit tiealmeni
tin a mentiil uiiluli. prtt'd, d bis ml
His ailment is supposed to haio bi en lu
ll 111 od be i'ois.iiitli t.istlne tea ill tile per
fuimiiice of bis otlkial duties.
It Is s.iid to haif been inn's- irv for
uiuiiths to watih lilni to pvtiinl him fmm
tlning hlmseir hum. Mi Uphani se,ral
months ago was 111 idea diitetoi of Sprang'',
Wmitr A. Co He was appointed a Goiern
t nt 11.1 tvpeit b President Cleielind and
lit 1,1 the position it the time or his deitli
lit w is tneagttl In business until June. ISO?,
wht 11 falling health made It neots-iry lor
ldm to take a re-L Mis ailment was pro
mt. inttd tn be m nous pio-tratlon, and bo
wm to a s.iii(.irium at Lake Geueia. He
was, not 11 -tiurd to health and unit to a
sinit ilium at Wauwato-a Wis
He stiit.l there until list Sitiid iv an I
then it tinned to his home in Chicago His
friends tlnaight bis condition much Im
print d, but he appeari d to lie in low splilts
and tipiisstMl doubt is to his ultimate re
1 111 el j. lie s, uued more despondent than
iisu il j estt rda
"In mi opinion, the tei drinker who par
takes of large quantities of tea Is in more
ilaiisei than the professional tea taster,"
'aid Doctor Ham Manning, (loioinnient
lea taster at the local t us'.om-house. "Prl
uniili. the man who makes a science ot
tasting it gtts littb 01 none in his si stem,
lie Is neiei a havi tei drinker, and after
til-coierlug the tin or and quality of a leaf
he eipeclorat s it "
Two seel ions? in biilli.int colors
FREE PASSES FOR
Republicans Favored at Staie I'm-
versiiy Deinonats Demand ami
Obtain Like Concession's.
Some one with his pockets full of railroid
p isses for Republicans only created a stir
arrong tho students of the State t'ntverslty
at Columbia, Mo, yesterday, which might
hue cost the Democratic ticket a number
ot votes but for the prompt and deci'lie
aitlon of Chairman James M Selberl of the
Democratic Slate Committee.
Shortly before noon Chairman Selberl re-
cehed word by telephone of tlie distribution
of pisses from a Democratic student at the
university. As all the railroads In the State
agreed not to issue passes to any voter, the
chairman started in Investigation, with the
view of ascertaining where the "leak" was.
Lni al oltlelnls of all the roads denied that
p.i'ses were being distributed anywhere, but
started investigitlons on their own account.
Within a few hours it was learned tint
forty pisses to various points on the M IC.
& T. lines had been given away at Columbia
and twenty-eight passes 01 er the Wabash.
Mr. Seibert obtained a complete list of tho
passes, the names of the students and their
destinations This list was laid before of
ficials of the roids mentioned, and they
piomptly agreed to Issue the same number
of passts to Democratic students.
They also assured Mr. Seibert that the
Issuance of the passes was not authorized
and that no more would be giien out.
1'p to late last night the Identity of the
distributor of the passes had not been as
certained Dlcnsslinr the nutter. Chairman Seibert
"aid: "I am positive that none of the prom
inent officials of either of the roads Is to
blitne. Our agreement with them was that
voters of both parties should be glien half
fire rates for the ibctlon and that no one
should recelie gieater courtesy.
"I know these otlicluls to be high-toned
gentlemen. How the passes got out Is a
question I am Inclined to think that somo
minor otllclil who was Intrusted with books
of pisses for railroad men let his political
znl get awaj- with his Judgment. If he is
found out. 1 hale no doubt he will pay a
fceiero peinlty for Ills generosity.
"Pleaue s.iy foi me that all of the rail
roads haie d-alt perfectly fairly with us
and that I am confident that no one in au
thority was cognizant of the Issuance of
these passes for the use to which they wore
NO REASON FOR HIS DEED.
Joseph Diiiy. Ex-Confederate Sol
dim . Attempts Suicide.
Jtistpli Daly, an ex-Confederate soldier,
swallowed motpliliie at No. 3123 Lucas aie
nue, win re he w.i-s eir.ploied. He was found
about noon In an unconscious condition and
was rt mined to tho CItv Hospital, w lim
it was said that he could not recoier. Ills
reasons for the ii,t,l aie not known, but It
Is supposed tli.U 111 health formed his mo
tile. Il ill. 111 the litter pirt of 1S'I7, applied at
the house for work. He h id no recom
meudatuiii, out was giie.11 a trial.
He talked but little about his peisonal af
fairs. On occasions he would lefer to the
Ciiil War and the fact that he had es
poused the cause of the South, but about hU
former home and relatli es he s tld nothing.
Three wicks ago he complained of a se
lere headache, and from that time -until
yesterday had been ill He said nothing to
indicate that he ontemplated taking his
life He hid told his employer that he
roomed at Second and Clark aicnue. Daly
was about 53 years old.
rem a cold i Tin: 111: n
Laiatiie Biomo-Qulnlne Tablets
OVATION TO STEVENSON.
Snoke to the CSreatcst Crowd Ever
Gathered at Fori Wayne.
Fort Wayne, Ind., Nov. 2. Adlal E. Stc
enson received to-day the greatest oiatlon
ever giien any candidate in this city,
eclipsing eien the Bryan reception in ISM.
Mr. Stevenson was accompanied by Con
gressman Bailey of Texas and Judge
Welty of Canton, O. This afternoon there
was a parade composed of 2,000 farmers,
half, of them mounted. To-night the largest
parade ever seen In the city took Riaco,
FOR THREE NIGHTS.
Crowd of Serenaders HcMejicd
Home ol Newly Wedded Couple
DETERMINED TO HAVE BEER.
JJritlegroom's Refusal to Treal Ke
seated ami Har-Spliltiiig Din
Kepi l"p in Dellance ot
I"ur tluee nights a ctowd of about tlfty
111(11 and as null) bois has cli nil tried Mr.
and Mis. Theodtn.- Crowe of No ".JI7 .Mera
imo strut, wlio wire 111 mini Tuesday.
The din th y in ide h is been ". t, rrllio th it
some t.f th,. iiti, us. In the neighborhood
nmipl lined to the pullet mm on the !) it
'1 hat minion of th- law 111 id- .111 unsuc. i-s.-ful
atttmpt lite i,s( nitjiit tu dispose the
iiowd .is s, i,m as he apiio.iitd on tht seine
the nun and boys look to tlie roofs of the
ir-ln houses -ma uintinind thtlr e ir
splittlng liK'iiitalltins, stopping oeta-ion illy
to shout a word or dell into at the oilier
Mis Crowe was Mis Tin r. s t .urltine
ami Hi d at the house she now oocupi, s'
with lid hush in.!.
Tile ring I, nleis ,,f the oh 11.11 iri puti.
when they lit. ml tu- the inalilage. thought
it would ! .1 good Juke to titat the newly
wetlded pair to a sruuile that would 111 ike
lie morable tht Ir hnnoimuon. and to tnrl
the rstnl tiilmte in th- sh.ipe of liquid
leircshments bi fore leasing to dispense dis
cord uit sounds
"Not mie tint for tnbute." Mr Crowe is
slid tu hue defined "We in ij buy beer
for oui-selits. but fur nobedy else."
The lie. r In lug ronsplonniih hi Its ab
vnce. the truwtl was euiispioimiis by its
pros, nie in fiont of tho house the nevt
night Mr and Mrs. t;i,,w, paid no atten
tion tu the st rt nailers, and win 11 tlioi hid
ktiucked all the nuNe out of the tin pans
and blown tliims-lu's thiough their horns
tu their he ins- iiintent. they lit lit home
List night the son nadt rs made thtlr ad
vent on the sotne of the pieceding nights
di'cord and tlid theii bt st to mike the
Crowes reconsider th. ir tlett rinlii ition nut
tn treat th" truutl. Next to the Crowe
home Is a oil"-sory building As main- as
could ilnil room 011 the roof cliinbtd up and
performed ilgorousli on tht ir lnstruimuls
1-ater tin j. bt thought th. in-elus that if
thei went to the roof of tht thret-story
buildiiig m it door tlioi cnilil bring the
nulse ntarer to the windows f llic Cruwe
'1 liuse who did not go prepared to make
a nolst went to the House of Jtttuge. .1
bl. ik distant, and seeurtd a lot of old gut
tering and rain pipe and hauled it on the
n,o with rupee A b issi drum and two
snare ilrtirm. wt re brought on the sc. no. and
iiw bt lis and s, sh bells wile madt to -to
thtlr share. The crowd predicts a "hut
tlmi" this eiening
SAW HER BROTHER
KILL HER HUSBAND.
Alls. T. J. Wall and Her Sister in-
Law Only Witnesses to the
Klbeiton, Ga . Nov. 2 Mrs Thomas J.
Wall saw her brother. James K. Hammond,
shoot and kill her husband at riat Woods,
about eight miles from here, to-day. Mrs
Hammond nl-o witnessed the tragedy.
Wall had bten whipping a negro, who was
emploied bj him, for falling to carry out
some instructions Mrs. Wall becgid her
husb md to dcsKi from beating him. Her
request was Ignored, whereupon she went
to the home of her brother. James L. Ham
mond, and begged him to Interfere.
When Hammond reached Wall's place he
heard the negro begging for mercy.
He told Wall that if he kept on he would
beat the negro to death. Wall struck at
Hammond with a hammer, but missed him.
Hammond secured a gun and Marti d to
return home this cv piling, but mi t Wall.
The litter fired a load ot shot at Ilam
manil's head, but missed him. Hammond
tired at the same time. The entire load of
shot entered Wall's left eie. Mrs Wall and
Mrs. Hammond were the only eye-witnesses
to the tragedy.
TO CIRC A COM) IX af. I)W.
Take Laiatiie llromo Quinine Tablets. All tlniff.
gists refund the money If It fall to cure. K.
W. Groic's signature H on each box. .:.
Standing Room Was at a Premium,
S,."00 Persons Ueing Present.
Chicaco, Xov. 2 The Horse Show has
surpissed the most sanguine expectation-.
To-night standing-loom was at premium
and boies und galleries were alike illled.
The crowd numbered 01 cr 8,300 persons,
rirst-prb-e winners were:
Gentlemen riders H. I. Crane, St.
Charles, Ilk; pair of roadsters Jim. King,
Muggins, ji. H. Tychenor, Chicago; horses
in harness Koyal King, Walter Hamlin Du
pee. Chicago, pairs of Shetlands Wood
pecker. Tod Slain. John Iters in, Chicago;
park horsos IXcluslie, M. II. Tychenor,
Chicago; ruinbout horses, appointed Whirl
of the Town. M. H. Tychenor, Chicago;
galted saddle horses Gipspy Queen, T. W.
Iawson, Boston; pairs high-steppers Kope
lia and Kitchener. W. II. Darnard, New
York: road four-In-Innds. M. H. Tichinor.
Chicago. L W. Gass, whip. The Tlcheiior
Challenge Cup. for best horse suitable for
gig, to be driien by bona fide owner, pro
fessloml drlicrs and dealers barred The
IJaby, James IL Moore, Chicago; pair horses
for broughan or landau Queen Hollywood
and Hallantync. M. H. Tychenor, Chicngo;
high-jump hunters, open to all Cagle
Plume. George Pepper, Toronto, height 7
DEBS URGED TO WITHDRAW.
Cooperative rominonwealtli Ad
vent Will lie Hastened.
Boston, Nov 2. The Globe to-morrow will
print an open letter to Hugine Delis,
urging his withdrawal hi faior of William
J. Brian, the signers bting Professor Pai
sons, president ot tlie National Public
Ownership League; B. O. Plow, r, lounder of
the Arena; Kltwoud Poirerny, president of
tlie National Direct Legislation As-ociitlon
and Doctor G. W. Gall In all personal
frlendu of Mr. Debs.
The .signers are all bclleiers in the co
operatiio commonwealth, but uru of the
opinion that its advent will be hastened by
Mi. Bryan's election.
The letter is of considerable length, anil
discusses. In its hearings as to tlie object
desired, the socialistic side of the present
economical and Industrial conditions.
The signers declare that Brian represents
the movement against monopoly; th.it it is
better to take the first sttp toward Im
proved conditions than no step at all. They
clalm a vote for Bryan Is the first practical
step toward the co-oper.itlie common
wealth, though neither Uryan nor tlie Dem
ocratic party may realize that fact.
CRACK SHOTS OF ST. LOUIS.
Photographed in to-morrow's
SUNDAY KEPUBLIC. A
chapter of interest to men
FINAL WARNING TO
Anti Imperialistic, Li-ajrue Issues
I'oimal Address on the Thil-
DANGER TO THE REPUBLIC
Administration Is on Trial for a
Criminal OliVnse" Authenti
cated Fads Hcarinir on the
Case Summed Up.
I'Osiuii. Mas-, Nov. 2-G.oige K Bout
in II. pri'stdtut of the Aiiti-Iinperi tlistie
League, his issued th- following formal ad
'To the people of the Pnittd States:
Mr MiKlnlti's administration is on trial
h. fort th" 1 omit! 1 fur a triinliitl offt use
tiimln.il aggiission against n p. ople strug
gling foi liberty Wt are asked to .iccipt
the nl It nee of Its oilielals 1 oncoming the
f.u ts of the .situ ition. Tin so men howevt r
high tin ir priiate 1 li ir.e ter in u h tie been
haio taken a lukr for tlie defendant.
Should they at c it or in ikt known (li
dtnie now which Inialidites tin Govern
iii nt's tause. the whole course of the ad
ministi ition would be proud to haie been
a Him-. The iIimii is shut to tlie cause ot
' The I It.iti.i ..!!. 1; .-spent er Pritt. I'nited
States Consul Geiier.-l at Sing ipore. at the
outlu.ak of the 'i.ir. haling bten I101101-abli-
ullei'd t.t his functions as a repr. -seiitatile
of the I "nittil Stilts, rurtunatrly
holds 1111 su'.. bii.f lor Hit Gun rjimeut.
His tt . 'ii h is fulli established by
I mitt mfh,... " r iiirds. pn.i's nit only
tint Aguiuililo wis si nt for In Commodore
D.wty on April -'I. IS'h to tome 'is soon
as pnssiiil, to H.iiiK-Kuiig to .11 range fir
I g) lit 1 ill ' o-u.el-iliu uf the Insurg' nts
with our fun's, hut th it, af ti r his .11 rival
al Iluiig-Kiing. In was lumight by the
I'nittd Statis. iru'sti McCull Uih to C i
lite. esuourai-eil to oigani7e ids forces,
fill lushed bi- rur i.aial tominainlers with
iirins ind .11nnumll1t.il. ind that betwttn
the olbters ut the lesptctiio t omt'i.inds
th r, were rope ited contt rt.111 1'-
liliiiinlslriilluii ( untriiilleteii.
".Ml this was allowed by the adnilnistra
tiiiu at Washington to prt.it'd and. liter
on, tlie I'lllplno'- were pormitte'l to form a
gun rnmt nt of their own. notwithstanding
tint .Mi. Pratt notified Stcrttary Day by
eal.lt, upon Agutnaldo's dt part lire, to con
fer with Admiral Dtwey. that It wa with
II ilew to iii-upe.-atiun. and also informed
the Seeittary. by dispatch, April ''0. 1VS
tSenate doci'im lit IT-', pp. S1J-".). that Agul
11 lido hail at Unt time in liow the form
ation ut an iiithptudent goiernment.
Thus the administration cannot pretend
Jgnnrarce ot Agulnaldo's intentions or that
there was forimd within its knowltdge the
alliance' which Mr. MoKinlei and his sub
ordinated hue denied, and thus the report
uf the Philippine Commission is contra
dicted when it a-serts that foi the tlnA
time arose the- Idea ol national independ
ence after the arrlial of Gun ral Ander
son's command at Cavite.
"Mr. Pratt has recently returned from
the Philippine Islands and he has obtained
a knowlcilgi of important facts on which
we haie eiery- reason to rely. Among these
facts are the following, which deserve tho
notice of the Amtrican people:
American rule extends only to garrison
posts, which, alter two years, are lewer in
number than durins Spanish occupation.
'Skirmishing is contluualli going on al
most within gunshot of Manila.
"There Is a general belief in the existence
of gross maladministration, especially in
the Customs Department.
"The moral conditions in Manila aie
worse than they were when the city was
undt r the rule of Spiin.
"Prominent American nWckils express the
opinion that nt least M0,0 men would be
re quired to effect the pacillcation of the
"An old army- otllcer, who had grown
gr.11 In the seriice. begged Mr. Pratt to say
to us: 'If, as a native American, you have
am loie for the country, for God's sake
tell our people what is being doim here un
der the Hag I cannot speak. You can, and
it 1 ou care for the perpetuation of the Kc
public. which is in danger, you will not re
Attitude r tin- rillplnos.
"The rillpinos, in spite of all that his
happened, haie -io animosity against the
people of the United States They fully un
derstand the political pltuation here. In
case of the defeat of the present adminis
tration, hostilities on their part, he belieies.
would Immcdi itely cease, and no reason 1
ble demand which we could mike ot them
would bo denied, in return for what wo
might do toward assisting them In attaining
the Independence which they haie proied
thenr-elies capable of maintaining In peace
and order. ... , ,
"IT Mr. McKinlei's policy- Is Indorsed and
continued, the war in the archipelago is
likeli to continue for generations.
The Antl-lmpeiiilist Leigue. in making
tins report, appeals once rrore to the Amer
ican people to respond to the just demand
which is n.aile upon tl.em, ind to pronounce
their verdict upon tlie iniquitous policy ot
"I'ntil now this poller, which has caused
the slaughter of tnousinds ot our 'ate
allies and has l?Id waste their country, has
been the policy of the President. In case of
his election, it becomes the policy of eierv
man who lotos to re-elect him, and who
thus become with him responsible for every
drop of blood thereafter shed.
"American Anti-Imperi illst Ix-igue, per
George B. Boutwell. President."
SOLDIERS' DRINKING WATER.
Oilieeis Ordered to Pee That rt lias
Washington, Nor. 2. The War Depart
ment has made public an order by General
MccArthur looking to the protection of the
health of the soldiers in the Philippines. It
Is as follows:
"I. It has been satisfactorily- demonstrated
to tho Medical Dcpartmi nt that nearly- .""0
per cent of the sickness of the armv is pro
duced by causes which miy be molded by
the obsenance. by compiny and other of
lict rs In comm ind of troops, of simple s.mi
tarv regulations', the most important of
which is the sterilizing, by boiling, of all
water that is Io be u-od for drinking, and
of cleanliness of camps, qi.t-ters, kitchens
and utensils that are used In cooking
"It is. therefore, ordered that ofllcers in
command of troops will glie directions th.it
all water for drinking purposes' shall bo
boiled at least twenty minutes, and tint
tiery precaution lie taken to pieient the
use of anv that has not been so sttrillzed.
When about to go on a march ea'h in. in
will be required to fill his cantien with ster
ilized water before -tarting. Company and
ditachment coninnnders will inspect tho
c interns and see th.it this is done. If there
should be an Insutlicient amount of sti ril
icd watei on hand at the time of starting
on a m irrh coffee left ovei from a nual
mil bo used as a substitute. Should the
water lecentlv 1 oiled be too hot to handle
It ran lie cooled by (tiling the canteen, and,
atttr corking, plunging It Into cold water
and allowing It to remain humors' d for a
"Cooks and others employed In the kitch
ens must be instructed to thorough'i- cleanse
all cuokii g utiiss and mess furniture with
boiled w. iter.
"Comnnndcrs of military stat'ons will
glie their personal attention to enforcing
tills order, and inspectors will report any
failure of its obsenanee.
"II. Commanding officers will observe
strictly the requirements of general orders
No 31, headquarters Department of the Pa
cilic and Llghth Army Corps, Noiember IS,
1SS3. an extract from which is republished
for the information and guidance of all con
"Liery enlisted mm of the command
who has not been successfully vaccinated
within the past sK months, a" shown by
company records or within personal knowl
(tlge of the ollleer. will he i.iccinated at
once (provided he Is in physical condition
to endure it), and should the operation not
prove successful It will be repeated at in
tervals of two weeks as often as, in the
judgment of the surgeon in charge of or
ganization, it may be deemed necessary- to
protect against smallpox, but not less than
three unsuccessful vaccinations from date
of this order will be uccepted as sufficiently
5 erotectlve.' " .
October 30, November S, 13, 20, 27.
ST. LOUIS to
ROUND TRIP TICKETS, 30 DAYS' LIMIT.
TICKETS GOOD IN CHAIR CARS AND TOURIST SLEEPERS.
"The Burlington-Northern Pacific Express" from st
Louis at 9 A. M. daily is the great through train for Kansas City,
Northwest Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Portland.
sptciil ir titer il,crlp-lie of the Clieit Northwest srnt free on application to the Geriml
t'isscni,ir Asuit li'irltigu m Itinite, 0)1 Pine M . er to the- City Pajsecger Agent, is corner
I ruiihiii anleilii' bt , st Imis VIo
DIAHAPOLIS km RETURN.
goingand of six trains
Ticket Office 100 N. 4th Street and Union Station.
LAST DAY TRICK.
I.ciniliHrans. Kxploit Foigud Let lei"
I'mportintr to He From Agiii-
linlilo to Uryan.
Cliii.iim. 111.. Saw 2. Senator Joiies
chairman of tlie Democratic National Com-
mittif. s-ais- lie lias relume information
that the Ki publicnji managers intend to ex
ploit a for&oil letf r on Holiday rurportlnjr
to haie b-n -Arittm liy Aguinaldo to Will-
lam J Urjan.
This letter. acconVn? to reports receneU
nt Democratic headquarter', bears the date
of SepUmber 9 and Is po-tm-irked .Manila.
Aguinaldo Is m..ile to auuress .nr. uryan
as "ily dear friend and beneficent de
fender," and then follonh an account of tho
Philippine leader'? military operations and
a recital of how he is follow inc Mr. Bryan's
instructions and making life miserable for
"McKinley hirelings ground Manila."
The letter, moreoier. is made to thank
Mr. Brjan for a large donation made
through Bryan to Aguinaldo by the Ameri
can people for the purpose of "upholding
the Jut and holy cause of the Philippine
The mef-tige concluded by an assurance
on the part of Aguinaldo of Bryan's elec
tion and a promise to usit the Xebraskan
in Washington next year.
"This letter." ald Senator Jones, "Is an
adroit and cunning forgery written at Ma
nila by a former resident of Illinois, nho
is noii- in the Government sen ice In the
Philippines. The letter nas stamped ultb.
postmarks at Manllt to giie it the ap
pearance of haiing been mailed there and
forwarded to Odcll. III.''
CHICAGO LADIES SHOCKED.
Hotel Guest Chased Thief Through
Corridor.- in Xiglit Dress.
Chicago, Nov. 2. When ladies in the
Auditorium Annex pats Mr.. Peter Martin,
poker plascr and suell hor-cman from
I'.uriingame. Cal., they turn their faces,
blush urd giggle.
Mr. Martin came here to attend the Horse
Slum n Hh Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carolan.
Last night he had supper with his friends
after tho theater and retired at 12 o'clock.
At S a. m. to-d.iy he was sleeping peace
fully in the darkened room, when he was
awakened bv a footstep, and in tlie dim
light lie noticed some one fumbling about
bis clothes. Thinking it was his man, ho
"Is that you, William?"
Then the intnidi r said: "Excuse me, sir;
is not this my room?"
"You know it Is not." replied Mr. Martin,
and. Jumping out of bed. he dashed at the
Out of the door ho ran and down the cor
ridors, making record time, and calling
Tlie halls and corridors were thronged
with men and women en route to the dining-room
The sight of Martin in scanty
attiro caused a rout of the fair sei seldom
seen, ami tlie ladles hid their faces and
screamed. When Martin realised his con
dition he was about a block from his room,
and the thief was out of sight. Then somo
of the men In the hotel corridor uuickly
threw a rug about him.
A roll of ?2.V was taken from Mr. Star
tin's i est pocket and all the detectives In
Chicago are searching for the robber.
Very I.orr IlitU-a to .lie XortIrvcst
Vla the Missouri Pacilic Hallway.
ST. LOUIS TO way- -rfP-
Anaconda, Butte. Helena. Gar-
rison and Intermediate points. Ca.00 ?1j.0O
Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle.
Portland. Vancouier. Vic-
toria and intermediate polnts.J30 CO J) TO
Tickets on sale eiery Tuesday up to and
including Noiember 27.
COULDN'T SURVIVE MASTER.
Old Negro Follows Ilia Employer
to the Grave.
Denver. Colo., Nov. 2. Berry Perry, the
faithful colored man who for ten Jeuis
scried e-Major Joseph Bates, has fol
lowed his master and mistress to the great
"bejond. Karly yesterday morning the ne
gro was found dead in Tils room In the
stable at the rear of Edwanl Hewett's nsl
ilence. No. 1113 Washington aienue. A son
of the owner of the place found the corpse
and Coroner McGoiern took charge of the
Since the death of his master, wnich fol
lowed that ot his mistress by a few weeks,
tho negro lias bten downcast. Not uf a.
robust physhiue himself, th" mental strain
caused by the death of thoso whom he
had learned to Ioiu caused u rapid de
cline. Death is belleied to hale been due
to heart failure, complicated by other dis
eases. No one knows how old Berry Perry lias.
A guess places it at il years. Until lie
lost both nls mistress and master he ius
y ery active and joiial. But the two deaths
affected him. After the ex-Mayor died tho
colored man who had served him so faith
fully was called upon to seek another po
sition. He h ited leaung his old place and
the duties he performed while In the employ
of Mr. Ilewett were mechanical.
HELD FOR OBSERVATION William
Bokitc. 33 years old, a laborer, who lives
at Oak Park, 111 , was found wandering
aimlessly near the Water Tower yesterday.
He was sent to tho City Hospital for ob-
Good going &15 p.m. and 11:55 p.m. Sat
urday, Nov. 3. Good returning including
7:25 a.m. train Monday, Nov. S, 1900.
AVOID TRANSFER Choice of two trains
AVeeliawkeu Instructor to Be Tried
for Embracing His
New York, Nov. 2.-Kdward Kiernan,
principal of the High School in Weohawken,
X. J., Is"to be tried for caressing and kisi
Ing his girl pupils.
According to the charges made to tha
Board of Education, Professor Kiernan has
shown for many months especial affection
for girls reusing in age from 12 to 15 years.
Some of the girls who complained to their
parents were withdrawn from tho school
and sent elsewhere. Parents of others isit
ed the school and sharply reproied tho
One girl's father wrote to a member of
tho School Board, apprising him of a- com
plaint made by- his daughter, and an m
lestigation has been ordered. The trustees
to-night went about -visiting the homes of
girl pupils to obtain statements concerning
Ray Jewell, one of the children withdrawn
from the school. Is 13 years old, and ex
"The first time that Mr. Kiernan kissed
and embraced me was about a year ago,"
she said. "He sent me to the different clasl
rooms to ascertain how many car tickets,
were required. When I returned to his
othec fo tell him. he pulled down the shades
and kissed and embraced me. I did not tell
niy parents because I did not believe ho
wouljl do it again. Ho used to tell me I
was a pretty girl, and place his hand on
"Last Thursday he called me Into his of
fice. I became frightened, and hurriedly
left the room, going to my home, where. I
told my parents of what had taken place"
Mr. Kiernan. it appears, visited the hornet
of the Jewells after this and attempted to
make an explanation.
Other girls, who attended tho school hava
told similar stories. The affair iim created,
great excitement in Weehawken. and then
Is a loud demand for the removal ot tha
A special meeting of tho Board of Edu
cation will bo called in a fctr days and
Kiernan will be formally tried. He denies
the charges made, ard says he was merely
focd of tho girls, and regarded theni oa
FOR A COLD I TUB IIEAI
I-axatlie Bromo-Quinlne Tabletsi
. STABBED SEVEN TIMES.
ITarrr Schumacher Seriously
Wounded by Clareuce Miller.
In a fierce conflict with Clarence Mille
in front of the power-house or tho St. Louis
Transit Company, at Vista and Tiffany
aientiesv Thursday- afternoon. Harry Schu
macher, a boiltrmaker, living- at No. 3723
Rutgcr street, was stabbed seven times.
Miller escaped after the cutting. Schu
macher was taken to his home, where Doc
tor Fleming of No. S21 Manchester avenuo
examined his wounds and pronounced them
Schumacher said thit he does not remem
ber how- the nuirrel started. He recalled a
three-inch gash in the left forearm, ona
2i Inches long In the left shoulder. In
the left side he received one fourtcen-Inch,
cut. ono sK-inch cut and two two-Inch cuts.
He was also stabbed in the middlo of tho
back and cut In the neck.
The Het Prescription for Malaria,
Chills nnl Teicr la a bottle of Grove'A Tasteless
CI.II1 Tcnlc It I' simply iron anil quinine in 4
tasteless form- No cure no pay, Prlc,Wc.
Democratic Meeting; nt Amoret.
Butler, Mo., Nov. 2. Tho Democrats of
Western Hates County held a grand meet
ing at Amoret to-day. Judge J. i Smith
made an able address.
'Eat it and be happy. Eat
anything you like. There's a
box of Ayer's Pills .in the
J. C, Ayer Company,