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Til IS KANSAS (JIT JOURNAL, SATUIUJAI', UA1,1' IM, 180.3.
NEWS OF THE DAY,
The nfllcliil fore-cTest foi In .lay l. Tor
Missouri, fnlr, stationary tfmpe-riiliiro; for
Kansas, fnlr, wanner In the west portion.
Tim hUhcst tcmpernturc ctei la) vvnie 2?
Ate., nti'l the lowest II ilep Tln we-nthcr
vrsterdity wn fnlr mill mild ever) w here.
No Millions reported ero weather North
mi and Central Texas rtperittice-d tlip
roMest wenlher latu night nt S ti'i-lock.
Following Is tho twotil of lam nichl's ob-t-crvnllons:
New Orleans i mM 31
tlnhcMoti SiM 21
f'lncHiwill i. m $11) 2S
Phlcngn 301 x
HI I'nill rtif.1 12
HpiltlRlletd U,.; Jo
,'nneortlln sow an
llo.lcn city S)W i;
tlsmnrok . SMI 10
ilPlPtin i 30 ni c
heyehtio i. .;.,............ 8n M i,
l--nver .. ......,.,..,,.,...,, soso is
uidum ,..,, ...,..:. n
ft l,mil m;,i s
Kntisn-i city iSOOO a
Plttli Mrfet will he paved with grhnltr.
The slock yard InvesllRallon will end
Thr county court yesterday lmlorieel the
l.nilghllti election 1)111.
The grnnd Jury adjourned )rterday until
Monday morning, without malting a ie
rort I'lilltlp Mnrtln wn hanged In the county
Jill yesterday for tlip inurdrr of nil Htll
Orand avenue property owner arc tired
of tho ilelny In erecting tlio new custom
An need woman wn sn severely Imrnpd
by gncollno )osterdny that hpr death It o.
pectcd. A piano rocltnl was given In Mnon .c
Jlnmlln's lintl Inst night by tho pupils of
Mr. 1'. U. 1'err).
The Kansas City Howling Clllh lipid IN
annual pipeline and cleetoel olllcura for tho
ensuing ear )estordny.
A meeting of th stockholders of the
Ileal i:-jtate nnd Stock exchange will Iio
held next Friday ntlernoon.
Tho elty will temporarily supply Kansas
City, Kns., with water after It obtains pos
session of the water works.
rrnnlt Makepeace won the me.l.il given
by the Ilollcvuc- Howling CliilsJor the high
est average during the year
IMnnrd r. Dnhoney, of l,c's Summit,
thro himself In front of a cable train e
tordny, with BUlcldnl Intent.
Dr.IJ P. Morrow tell how his hrother.who
was state treasurer of Illinois, and who Is
now dead, became heavily Involved.
Printers' lockout In Sedalla not settled.
Tatum's election bill was ordered to en
grossment In tho house by a strict party
Vest still adheres to his statement tint
ic and Cleveland cannot train together on
tho financial question.
Farmers have been holding an Institute
in Mnrlon county.
A pplondld organ will be dedicated In
Leavenworth to-day. In memory of lilshop
Many contributions nrc being received In
Topcka for tho relief of sufferers In West
, Dr. George W. lingers, a Uaptlst preich
1 ir well known In .Missouri, died suddenly
Governor Morrill has appointed ilon. S.
M. Tox, of Manhattan, to be adjutant gen
eral of tho statV;
Iluslness Is suspended In OLorgla by rea
son of tho snow.
Tho house discussed the naval hill, and a
xoto will probibly be reaUicd on Mond.i.
Theie are numerous applicants for the
position of MfMcnn minister. Including Ml.
Crittenden, of Misuari.
Tho V. C. T. U. Is In p("Ion at Wash
ington nnd will present to congress the
(rrcat polyglot petition for the Mippicsslou
of the liquor tralllo.
K-Quecn l.llluokalalnl Is being tried for
treason In the Hawaiian republU.
President Jllaz has ordereil the Mexican
flags to bo lowered In honor of Minister
Count Von Mlrhach has inlrntyfcpd li res
olution In the relchstng asklw foi an fir
tcTitiltlonal inonetari convyftion to reh.ibl
tllate hlhCV. ,.-
AID FOR WESTERN KANSAS,
i JlaiidsniiiP Sum ItMt'lii.l I'riitu tbpCtini-
itien I it t'luli nf Knnsas Cll III u k-
Topcka, Kas , 1V1 15 (Special ) Gov
ernor Morrill to-day ncolved a draft for
Jl,i",00 from the Kunsis City Comincul.il
Club, to be Hied In nld of Western Kansas
sufferers. Tho money was turned over to
J'resldent Howe, president of the boatd of
lallroid commissioners, for piopcr applica
tion. The major of Illackburn, -Mo, has nott
fled the goernoi that his town his lals.-d
n carload of provisions which he wants
to get Into tho hands of the needy "with
out any red tape."
Tin: gi.ni; .-it;uiii:iE ikiai..
Mr. M. 1), WlNon Cieutid u SurprUn by
Minneapolis, Ten. 1. Tho event of the
day In the lluyiwird case was the testimo
ny of M. P. Wilson, who was called by the
defense. Mr Wilson nssertetl that tho
lawyers for both sides had called on him
for Information, but ho absolutely de
rllnfsl to talk until placed on the stand.
Therefore, neither sldo was able to know
what the nature of his testimony would be.
Ill anbwer to questions this afternoon ho
paid he had known Ml-s Glng for t.eeral
lears us a customer, when h had kept a
Ilveiy barn downtown He was sure It was
her In the Gosman rig, on th. night of the
murder, driving out I.yndnlo avenue anil
turning Into Kenwood boulovntd. lie did
not know that the man with her was Har
ry Hayward, for lm had not, up to tint
time, met the defendant Two das later,
nhen ho saw him nt the polho station,
however, ho icognl.ed him. This state
ment was evidently quite a shook to tho
Apfpnco and vus t'so a surprise to the
i ,ur' adjourned soon after.
j fr brw.n ii.il no other witnesses
VI y are aunheam like Price's Cream
HjUns l'ov.der? Ilrt-ause both are abso
Uuntba ttlltl I'unerulM.
Ttoseland Wolford, an Infant child of Mrs
Maggie. Wolford, of 51.0 Metcler slreut, died
yeslerilay. Tho child's father Is an engl
ncer In tho employ of the Mexican tvmiiil
railroad 'Iho fuuetal unlci.s will be held
at 2 o'clock this utternoon, unci the burial
will bo In Mount Kt Marj's lenutety
Tho funerul set lets over tho remains of
Thomas Huteltln, who tiled on Wednesday
night at his home, 1S1J Hast Tenth Htreet,
xvero held at 10 o'clock yesterday morning.
Tho burial was In i:imwood cemetery.
Tho funeral services over the remains of
Mre. Harriet J. Hucknam wlio died nt tho
homo of her d.iughtet, Mrs It. II. Stoim,
njl Tracy acnue, on Wednesday, weto
hold at 2 o'clock jesturday afternoon, ltev.
r. IX Altrnan olllclaU-d. Tho lunial wus In
I'red lloyd. it 2-yeur-old child of I'rank
Iloyd, of liy. Cherry streut, dleu jestcrdai.
Th funerul services will bo held at 10
o'clock ta-motrow morning, and tho burial
will bo lit Union cemetery.
It. P, l'isher, tho lather of Mrs. Thomas
Wlnshlp.dled esterdayut tho Wlnshlp ios
Idence, 107 West Thltteeuih street. Ho wus
nearly ! jttia of uge. Thu remains will
bo taken in J.ec's Humtnlt, Mr. I'lsher's
former home, to-motrow moridug, for bur
ial. Mls Oerusha Jones did! jesterduy ut
Twtdfth street nnd Woodland uveuue Hho
wus SO yais of uge, Thu funoral will bo
hehl to-morrow, and tho burial will bo In
Vote on tho Hold ItoiuU l'ropotltloii,
Washington, IVb. 15 (Special.) An an
alysls of the vote In the houto defeating tha
admlnUtratlon gold resolution shows' that
thlrty-ono ltepuulleans otesl with the U
ministration and slxty.thrco agulnstlt.
While the Ilepublleuus arj twu to one
niainst the proposition the Democrats
were about equally divided, Ilepublleans
In tho states of Massachusetts. New
Hampshire, New York, t'eunsylvanli.
Muryland and North Carolina voted
against the proposition. The showing Is
referred to with considerable enthusiasm
by the Western Itepubllcuns
A llaby Durni'd to Death.
Macon. Mo , Feb. 13. (Special,) An In.
fant child orMr. 'and Mrs. Honey 1'ord,
living at CasmtHinpii county, was burned
to death yesfriy. A lamp exploded.
tint; tne nousx n tire, tne cuiid was
uted but the, use was saved.
RAGING DEAD NNEW YORK
xm Aiit.ttit iis rut: N'r.w t,v hah
liSIII 1(1.1) IT (Mil. ,
tie til the III imp no the Pool Itooms
amis,,.,, Ihi-y Will l:u uluiillr Kill
the port l'vrr w herettiuti
log llld Htsebill pvm.
Sam Adler, n HI. louls turf magnate, re
turned recently from a trip to New lork.
lie sn that all prominent P.astcrn lurf
lurn he conversed with exptesscd the be
lief that the "Jig wan up," rt far as taring;
w-ns cotuerned, In New 'ork stale. To u
lllobe-Deinoenil reporter Mr Adler snl.l.
"Such men ns l,orlllanl, the KetneV, tho
!'! Dick Ciokcr, Hunter nnd others,
who have thousands of dollars Invested In
the rdntiers, know that a meeting can not
be conducted successfully without biitliiK,
and as the recently adopted constitutional
amendment prevents betting in an) form,
all hands are satlslkd to let the law take
Its course," said .Mr. Adler ' Ihe bill be
Tore the New .otk tinatc to repeal tho
Ives pool Itw nnd llx n penalty for selling
pools and bookmaklng nt $5U a day. Is tint
taken seriously. It Is In the Interest of
e heap racing and pool rooms, and opposed
to the views of geutlciuiu who aro ion
Mieiitlously laboring to Improve tho horse.
The gentlemen who have given character
and dignity to tho turf will stnnuously
object to liolng dragged before n police
magistrate every day and sentenced to pay
it tine for violating the laws of the com
monwpnlth. "Tho pool rooms hive bpen the means of
killing tho sport In the Kasl, not only In
New York, hut In Massachusetts, t'onnectt
cut and Ithode Island, nnd If given the
same Intltttdp will provo cquall) fatal to
Iho best Interests of the gtme In the
KANSAS CITY BOWLING CLUB,
The Annual Vtritlllg lipid Yesterday, at
Willi li (Hikers ,.ro I. In led for tho
I ustitng x i ur.
The nnnunl meeting of the Kansa-s City
Howling Club was held jeslerdny after
noon nt th" Grand nllejK. Glllecrs were
elected for tho ensuing jenr as follows:
Prank J. Smith, president: .1. It. Durkee,
vice pres.dput; William Watson, secretary;
C It. Tens, treasurer. A committee con
sisting of C H. Teas, William Watson nnd
T. C. Hell was appointed to revise the con
stitution and by-law h nt the club and le
port at a meeting of tho club to bo called
in the ptesldent.
The weekly roll of tho club took place
jrsterday on the Grand nllejs. 11. II. Pai-
ley was tho winner In class A and K. .1.
Knott In class It. The score:
Strike's, spares. Total
H. 11. Parley 10 17 W,
It. M. Dlckoli 0 17 K:
C. U. Lambert 11 10 HI
A. .hulah in 9 4"i
('. A. Nichols S 13 -IV.
T. r. Hell 1 IS 1ST
('. W. Tajlor 8 12 177
W. II Nichols fi II 172
Dr. Dale r. 17 P.I
W. linker S 12 130
Mrlk.-s. Spares. Totnl.
I.' J Knott 0 16 r,r,
W. E. Dell II 10 C16
(' M. Lewis D 12 SOS
W P. Powers I! 11 IS",
J. Hlllck 3 n 111
W. Smith r, ii no
.1 Hubbard 7 0 K7
G. H. Cirter !" S Sso
II. L Kletz 1 13 378
P Muson S S SI3
AVERAGES OFJHE BELLEVUES.
Prank ."Vtukepe ice Capture d the Ciuti Med
al for the High Average) Dur
ing the le'ier.
The Ilclleviie Howling Club has Just com
pleted Its jpiir unl the medal for the high
average has been uwnrdisi to Prink Make
peace on nn average of 1CS In forty-live
games. Captain Poiteous, of the club's
tuurnament team, was second, with an av
er.igo of KB In fort-elght games; nnd Da
vis was third, with nn aeiage of 16i In
fifty-seven games. The club begins Its new
,ve-ar with Ue roll of next Monday evening,
2'. "JiLli tlme tltii-anuiial mvtlnn (it the
eiub for the elee'tion of onicers anel other
business will be held, nt the Hoal alleys.
i oiiowing are mo averages
e No Gam. s. Ave.
P Makepeace I" K.S
Poiteous IS lu",
Davis r,7 l(l
llren M lid
Moiris f.7 150
l.auson 31 l.'jS
T Jlnkepeaeo , Til P.J
I. Min 27 l.'J
Dew M DO
Pvaus 12 11
Curtis 1", 147
Itunsle :l 111
Glover 42 131
Hiith 27 110
BIG CHESS GAIV1ES IN PROSPECT
MclnlU Trying In ;! a ilati li XMtii a
lllilbtT e'f Pvperls.
New York, Pen 15. W. Stclnltz, the chess
nxpert, will nwll a letter on Tuesday to
T. Gunsberg, In which he will ask the
London idajer to endeavor to get lllack
butne. Mason, LasKer and Telehmann to
Join him In the lay of ten games of chess
with Stelnlt, the moves to bo lecotded
bj cable, the ton games to bo plaod on
ten successive Saturdays, the plaers to
have the right to select .ui place In
lire it Ilrltaln where alrect telegraphic
connection can bu made with any idaco In
tho L'nlte-d States or Canaela. Stelnlt will
also r-seive the light to play these games
under tho auspice;, ot an club In this
country ot Canada,
The llrttlsh Chess Club of London and
the .Manhattan Chess Club of this elty
have now agreed on all terms of tho pro
posed match to be plaesl on ten boards
by cable on Mutch 0, and each club Is
trying hard to get the best possible team
for mo contejt.
ban I'l auclnoo Ituces,
Stn I'ranelsco. Peb. 15 Tho first 2-year-old
lace was run to-l ly and eight likely
looking loungstero faeid the starter. Al
though lie did not win. Ed Corrlgan's
Deiochment colt which has bi-en Kowal
skt, seemed to bo tho best of the lot, but
he was not up to a race. In the last nice
White Cloud, tho hi'.ivlly plaed fivorlte
nt 2 to 1. ran away two miles and dtoppeel
dead. He was owned by J. U King.
Pint race Plvo furlongs; selling. Motto
won; Hepi'.itcr, second; Cutch 'Pin, third.
Second race One-half mile; 2- e-ar-olds.
Slater Jluth Kyim. gelding, won. Deroch
ment, eolt, seeond, William linketton,
third. Time, 0.W4 , ,
Third race beiven furlongs Plashllght
won, .Miss Jluth, second, Arundel, third.
Time, 1 40',
Pourth race Six furlongs; selling. Draw
Scot won, Ike I.., tes;ond; Carmel, third.
Plfth race Plvei furlongs. Vulcan won;
Steadfast, second; Solodad, third. Time,
1 ih-v '
Si. Louis, Peb. 15 Results at Madlion:
Plrst 1 ace Nlne-sUteenths of a mile.
Carur 11 won, Perega!, second, Daddy
Heed, third. Time, .M ,
Soconil race Plve-elghths of a mile. Hal.
ly won. Moderate, se-cond; JUckwoods,
third Time, 1 M,
Third race Hleven-slxteenths of a mile,
Mahlen T won. P.rlc, second; Jennie H,,
thhd. Time. 1 15 ...
Pourth race Hleven-slxteenths of a mile.
Perchance won; Dark Kulsht, second; Pall
City, third. Time, Hit
Plfth ripe Selling; six and a half fur
longs. Moses Solomon won, Leiand, sec
ond; Merge, third 'lime. l:.7's.
Hoey Was Not III tlio Mnur),
Monte Carlo, Peb, 13. Tho shooting In the
lit tli triennial championship pigeon shoot
ing contest for 5,000 francs and a medal,
which began here on Wednesd iy, was end.
rd to-day Itoberls and Malnetln each kill
ed tweiit.four out of twenty-six birds,
lloth men missed their tvventy.seventh,
and both killed their twenty-eighth Then
Itobetts missed his twenty.nlnth, leaving
Mnlnetto champion, with u score of 20 kill
ed out of 29 Itoberls, who killed 25 nut of
29, secured second prue. Prey Hoe), the
Amirlcin shooter, who took part In the
contest for tha championship, fallc-d to
secure a prize.
t He Sporting Notes.
John Jl Ward goes an record as saving
that New York should secure Prut l'feifer,
Cut-her Hoblnson ha 3 signed with Haiti,
more lie Is tho lirst ono of the champions
to accept terms.
The St. Loul club has seven plte'hers un.
der contract, and Manager Huckenberger
sajs all will be retained
It has been decided that "Buck" Pwing
will play tlrst base this 3cason (or the Cln-
ru unit tentn, hl "glass nrm" and "charloy
h hnvljig been cured.
Martin Costello nnd "Hilly" Won.. of
tipiivr, nrp matched to light ten tonnds In
Mciititnt on th 2Jllilnsi
e burp s Dixon hnst been elected In sue
! William Seholl ns president of the
OUinple fittli, of Now Orleans.
I phlsli, Johns Hopkins nnd Cornell hove
nil titllied the Harvard lacrosso ( mil Hint
ihiv would like to nrrnngo (,-ntnes for the
1 nmlng summer.
"Ho?, nte you mnldng out"" Ooaeh Court
nev wns tisk'd teiptitly by n visitor nt
Cornell's trnlulng qunrtprn. "Why," he re
plied with a smile, "1 have- oirsinin to glvo
nwnv this car, and good tneK, too"
t'htls Smith, owner of Yn TnmMcn, Is In
ChliiiKo. nnd. ns fornipil). Is 11 tenor to
tho lev al pool room men, he having Iipiii
siuepssful of latp In pleklng winners and
i.'ptllntr on hundreds of dollars nt odds of
I 1 and i to I.
Phltndilphli should be reasonably strung
In the pitcher's box this 5 cur. Mnnnger
Arthur Irwin Ins right pitcher' from
whom to select his (nips In Wilfred cur.
fey, Gus Wcjlilim, JIntk Haldwln, Tout
Smith, Tavlor, John'on, Ileum mid Kimble.
Tho pointer dog rlmmploti Os'lnllnt died
from pneumonia Inst Saturday night at
the Osslnlng kennel, In North Tnrrytowti.
Ho was 7 vents old, mid belonged to Mr.
W. II. Hlnnd. During tho enr.s WO-OI-W
ho won ninny prizes In both open and chal
Tho outlook for n successful baseball
team at nle Is very encouraging C.iptnln
Itu'tln has Ihe following old inert to rolect
from. Cartel, pitcher; llrpehnwny, catch
ir htrilietinn, tlrst base. Miilph), second
base. Speer, left fielder, Trudenil, Qultnby
and Kentcr, substitutes.
Meekln wilt receive J2.7M this year, an ml
ntne of ,in over last .vear. Husle's
snlnry last season was .M', nnd he re
cplved a bonus of f2,0. lid year tho club
orters him not less than ,o,iXl. It Is snld
that he has the hardihood In demind Pi,ti.
Last venr he nsked for Jl.f.00, nnd signed
A moo for H.O00 n side Ins been nrr.ingcd
between the stenm yncht 'amoose, owned
bv W. J. Arkell, nnd Judge, owned bv
Pinnk T Moirlll, The course will be 1(0
tilths, on Long Island sound, from a point
olT the Litiiimont Yacht Club's houe to a
point on" the New Haven breakwater, Tho
race will be sailed early in June,
Tho tpcommendatlnln Hint em every
ground Hide should lie 11 separate dressing
room foi tho umpire Is n good one'. At
present that unfortunate olllelal drcses on
most octaslons lu the elreslng rooms of
tho homo club, and almost Invariably will
come in for severe longim lashing from the
plajors. It Is said that on olio occnslon
Tebeau, of the Clevcliinds, became so en
raged that ho toscd tho clothes ot the
utuplin Into tho street.
A hisebnll ciithuslnst of !!ntnn, who
claim that his pti'dlcllons have como out
pretty accurately for several past jeai.s,
idaees tho positions of tho fli t six clubs
nt the end of the seisnn ot l'i" ns follows:
Cleveland. Pittsburg, Phil ulelnhl 1, Ilo'tnii.
Now Yoik, Italtlmore. It will be noticed
that the ordet Is tho loverse of that of the
i"iir 1WI The Hoston man pi nimbly put
slips of paper homing' the names of the
teams In 11 hat, shook them up and then
eliew them out. Great scheme.
There will be nn Unusual strong nrrny of
pitching talent In tho college baseball world
dining tho coming season. Carter, Yale's
lanky twlrlcr. Is undoubtedly the best ot
the list, and If he could be Induced to enter
the National League he would do great
work. Iilest, of Cornell: Hradlev and Alt
mnn. ot Princeton; Schoenhut, of the Uni
versity of Pennsjivanla; White and nils
sell, of Hrown, nnd Carmody, ot George
town, are also college pitchers of unusual
MANY CHILDREN IN DANGER.
West (iipste r, li., iemporerv Homo Up
strode il l3 I Ire, but No '.tees Lost.
White Plains, N. Y Poll. 1.1 Tho
West Cluster tempornnry homo on
Not th street, nbottt 'a mile fiemi tho
County court house, was totally do
strojed hi Ilie to-night. The uulldlnjr
cont.iined 200 clilldten, ranging' ft 0111 1
to 1.1 j ous of age, besides a iloen tench
cm anil nurses
Tile home is lu charge of Jnmes Pierce,
vvlm Is the superintendent, nnd -Miss Mc
Donald, asslstnut. Mr. Pierce had been
away all day nnd tcturneel on 11 late
train nftei the building was 111 mills.
About 10 o'clock ,1 watchman dlscnv
etcd the cellar to bo 111 a mass of (lames
n'!: il n'lglnntcel from n defective Hue.
At that hour the little ones "vvejo sound
asleep. They weic awakened ns quick
ly ns possible and hurried from tho
building. They wore Hist taken to the
Iniindi), but the heat became so lu
ttnse lho weto tiansfeiiod to the school
An alatm was sounded In the village
and the entile tire department ot White
Plains re'spnnded nntl started for the
scene. They had gone luttdly half a
mile, when they wore told tho tiro was
out and returned to their houses. A tel
ephone' call was sent In that unless the
dep.it ttnent hnsieiud the whole Institu
tion would be lu ashes. A hccond alarm
was sounded nnd the department again
stm ted out. When they iinlvoel tho
main building, which is seventy-live feet
squat c and 100 feet deep, was a mass
of llames It was only possible to snvo
the buildings adjoining the home, nnd
this was dono with dllllcttlty. Most of
the dilution's wearing nppaiel was de
stroyed, mid the children, many of
whom weto sick. Buffeted considerably
from the cold. Tho "West Chester tem
porary homo was established about tlf
teeti yeais ago by well known society
ladles of Now Yotk. The president ot
the Institution is Mrs. Charles Ilutlcr.
Among the Imtrd of manage! s aro Mis
William A Oochian. Mis. Richard llor,
Mrs. .1. Jennings McComb, Mrs. Hiinker
hoft and Miss Helen Gould
Pse but half ns much of Dr. Price's ns of
any other baking powder. It's absolutely
ove I lige on shoot.
New Yoik, Peb 15. Ono of tho most In
teresting pigeon shoots of the season took
place to-day at the grounds of the Larch
mont Vneht Club between Georgo Woik
and L. H. Davenport. Thej shot from
thirty yards rise, nt 105 birds each, under
the novel conditions that the llisl string
of ilfty birds should bo shot with tho gun
held by one hand onlj. Work not only won
the match with elgthy-llve kills ngalnst
eli,ht-two, but also defeated his rival at
his own game with foitj kills out of Ilfty
birds shot at one-hand. d as against Daven
port's thirty-eight kills.
Sovero nil 3Ir. Itl).ird.
London, Peb 10, In a leader this morn
lug, tho Chronicle sajs: Ambassador Hay
111. 1, when he does not know, ought not to
prophesy on the subject of Great Britain's
acceptance of the new inle to 111 event col
lisions nt fca. The Idea that because tha
Washington, or any other conference, com
posed for the most part of men without
practical know ledge, has como to a certain
conclusion, the worfd must conform there
to, Is preposterous. Wo fancy that .Mr.
llayard will leai 11 as much by the time
tho parliamentary committee has ended
Ills Mind Still llubilanrid.
rvo.l Wasliiiusen. tlrst violinist of the
"Wang" oichestra, who suddenly became
lusano Tliuisitay afternoon, is sun 111 ens.
tody, nnd theio appeals to bo no Improve
ment lu Ids condition of mind Ycsletday
ho smoked a fw clgmettex, but onl a
limited number was allowed him, as his
eleiaiigeinent Is attllbilted to nil excessive
uso of them Lust night ho pleaded pit
causly foi more clgmottis, but Police Sui
gcon Iuen advised against nllowing him to
havo any more.
sinillpov at lll.ilrstuwii, Mo.
Clinton, Mo, Peb. 15 (Special.) Dr.
Ilolcomb ictuniel Horn lllulistowu, twen
ty miles west or bene, to-ulght, and repoits
a well mul Led ease of smallpox lu 1111
S-year-old child The necessary pietuutlous
huvo been When to piovnit Its spteudlng.
'the Schedule. ItcJccUd,
Washington Peb, 3. The representatives
of the eniplojes of the Southern railway
have decided to reject tho wage schedule)
olfcred them b the company and will
inuke a counter proposition tu Vice I'test.
dent Ilaldwin within a few das,
WASHINGTON CHIT SHAT.
The president Ins recognUed Mr, Peter,
son as consul for Denmark ut Chicago, for
Illinois, Indiana, Ohio. Wisconsin,
Michigan, lon.i, Kansas, Missouri, North
Dakota, South Dukota, Wyoming and
Senator Perkins, from the committee on
education ami labor, has rejiorted his bill
for the creation ot un Industrial commission
of twenty-ono persons, which Is Intended
to arbitrate labor elltllcultles. The com.
mltteo presents a vvrltt n report, lu which
It estimates tho aggi.gate Joss to all con.
cerned on account of strikes during the
past six years at !3S,0M,W9.
It'lltli: CAt.tlUIlM, WILL NOT WITH
IHIt.ll l'A I ItOM I.MI't.OYt:s.
lip lite nn Import tut l.rttPr lu Answer tit
Itupilrlpt seerptury 'mllli t)lnp-
prolp thee Ille ktlpon Itolite-
i rouble In tho Past,
St. Louis, Mo., Pel. lie-United State Cir
cuit Judge Henry C Caldwell has recently
been nskeel many questions ns to the nttl
tilde of tho court In the matter of garnish
ment suit brought against receivers of the
Santa Po nnd 'Prise o toadi to secure the
pajinent of debts owed to ompe. To
day ho plactsl on file In the clerk's olllcc n
letter which Is Intended to be nn answer
to cover all such queries.
The letter In bri"f Is ns follows:
"i'oti will not be In 'contempt' ot ntiy
court over which I preside by suing out n
wilt ot garnishment to garnishee the
wages of nn emplojo of the receivers ot
the Atchison, Topeka Snntn Pc Itttllnny
Couipnii). Hut If you get Judgment ngalnst
the tecelvers as garnishee you cannot
levy upon the proiwrty In their possession
ns iccelvers, or otherwise compel them to
pn It li) an process l-siied from Ihe court
remitting the gntnlshee Judgment The re
ceiver ate forbidden b) nn order of the
court to pay any Judgment exiept upon
the order of the eoiitt appointing them,
and the rule Is not to pas any attention to
the garnishment of the monthly wages of
the emplo)e of the receivers beyond 11
rcspectlul notice to the plaintiff and the
court n which the gnrnlshto ptooepdings
nro pending. Hint the wages of the em
ployes will be paid to them In person In
putstiiuice oT the order of this court. The
receivers nnd the men cmploved by them
nrc I'tnplo.ves of the court. The wnges ot
emplo)i's of Ihe government must be pnld
to them. f-MHcers, clerks, nnd every agent
nnd emplojo of everv deportment of tho
government, Jurors and witnesses, criers
nnd bnlllffs, nnd ever) employe ot a court,
Including Its recelvet and their employes,
mo entitled bv law to have their salaries,
fees nnd wage paid to them petsonnlly,
or to such agent ns they shall appoint.
Neither tho gov eminent nor nnv of lis tie
pailments. Including the Judhinl, can be
gunlsheed for the salaries, wage or fees
of Us olllcers, agents or etr.plovos lly nn
order of the court this rule Is applied to
the cmplo)cs of the eourt In the service of
Its receivers, and I must decline to .ny It
to meet jour case The emplovcs of the
court have the i-ame light to their monthly
wnges that the Ju Ige of the coutt has to
his monthly sular), and for the sauio ica
sou. "The court will not pnv the wnges of
the cmplojes to nnvone but the employe
himself, nor will It sentence him to dis
missal from the service, ns oil suggest
and teconnnend, b. . auso he does not pay
his debts, it Is said Hint some of the em
plovcs fall to pav their debts who nro able
to do so. nnd that thev nt least should bn
dismissal. The answer to this suggestion
Is, Hist, Hint the eomt has no authority tn
punish men for not nnvlng their elebts: nnd
The answer ti; Jh' siiggcstlonl
second, that to determine whether the em
plojo was able to pay his debts would In
volve an Inquiry Into his prlvnto affairs
and the trial ot an Issue which the court
has n"lther the power nor the Inclination
llli; CIIDCTAW ItOAI).
Secretary Smith 111-ipprove tlio Kicknpon
Washington, Pel) 1.1 (Special.) Tho sec
retary ot tho Interior to-day passed upon
the Choctaw right of way trouble In Pot
tawatomie count) i). T. Tho leprcsenta
llves of tho contending parties met with
the secretary this morning and tho llnal
older was ms.de. It rends as follows:
"Department ot the Interior,
"Washington, Peb. 11, lsi;
"The within map Is hereby disapproved,
1 . ept vvhcic said line coincides with the
line shown upon the original map of the
rourth section, hied In thu Indian otllce. In
1W. IIOKP, SMITH.
This means tint tho secretary dig.ii.
plows the Klckapoo route, and that he
holds to the river route, which meets tho
nppioral of the people ot Tecumseh, the
county scat of that county, and meets tho
disapproval of the people of Shawnee.
The secretary h.iel represented that he
would nuke this order In Uie event the
people of Tfcuineh would give tho com
ifatiy the right of way and a bond to cov. r
this proposition. The lequlrements pio
vldcd by th. secretin)- were nipt bv the
lii-oplo of that town, and In compliance
with his pii auso he Issued tho oidci as
given. ISut 11 now appears that the coin
pans Is lor lug the work putting down
track along the Klckapoo route ami pro
poses to have it completed it possible be
fell 0 nnj l,i..il netion can be taken to pre
vent woik While the secretnrv of the
Interior r. iu.s tn npprove a route the
comnanj I- 1 rocecdlng to construct Us lino
along the lis.ipprovcd I onto.
It Is understood that very soon nftei the
order was mule to-day Mr. Horace Speed,
who Is her. representing the people of
Tecumseh, alb . on the attornej- general.
It Is bell. i 1 that the question was being
considered -.r Uio purpose of devising line
of action accinst the companj-. It Is be
lieved sonn le'cal notion will be brought bv
wny ot forfeiting the churtci and foicing
the' compet v to follow the directions of th
Interior eiepattmtnt. So far tho plan of
action In the department of Justice has
not been determined upon. It Is believed
that It will be settled to-morrow. When
that is ileiei mined upon tho legal light
will coinii). nee.
'11:01 111.1; in 'i hi; past.
C'h ilriniiii Calilitell Hits Moro Trouble on
lliiud to Adjust.
Chicago, IV h. 13 While Chalrnnn Cald
well, of the Western Trunk lino commit
tee. Is Industriously listening up his fences
In the West, the Canadian Pacific nnd
Grand Tiunk ato raising trouble in tho
Hast. Tho former lino Is hugely of the
opinion that the demoralizing tactics of the
brand Trunk are being actively encouraged
bj some of the lines which aie members of
the committee. Tangible proof of this Is
lacking, anel It i3 well for the preservation
of the committee agreement that It cannot
lie found Considerable sjmp.ithv Is felt
by some of tho Western lines jor the Grand
Tiunk. which they tt cited In a shabby
manner when the agreement was In process
of Incubation, When It lookesl ns though
a war with the Canadian Pacific was Inev
itable there was nothing too much for Iho
Western lines to do for tho Grand Trunk,
nothing too nbe for them to say of It
Then the Canadian Paeltle mndo ov enures
and tho Western lines tossed out the Oraml
Tiunk without an Instant's elelay, telling
It in so many words that It was not much
of a rallto.id, nnvhow. Since that time
the Gianl Trunk has orerlooked nothing
that may tend to brcilc up the cnminltteo
agieement, and the Canadian Poclllc be
lieves It Is receiving nctlve help In Its ef
foits to sec uie Cunndlin I'aclilo business
fiom some committee lines which, at this
late day, are beginning to repent ot tho
manner In which the Grand Trunk was
treated. There Is tho making nf a beautiful
tow In the situation ns It stands, nnd one
Instance of cold, hard proof is nil the Can
adian I'aclilo wants to begin tho trouble,
Mr P I T. lloulehnn, division superintend
ent of the Hannibal & St. Joseph railroad,
with headquarters tn Hiookllud, Is stop
ping at tlio Mlelliud.
Tho receivers of tho Peoria, Decatur
& Hvansvillo railway deny the New York
report that thoy had made an unfavorablu
report of tho physical and linancUI cond.
Hon of tho road. They say they uro pre.
Pirlng a repTt, which will not be com
jiletdl leefoie March I, but havo given no
Information concerning Its character.
1'se le.s of Dr. Price's HaMng Ponder
than any otliei, becauso It's absolutely
liivtrui tlous I'roiu -Mr, l.omnx,
J H. Prawle-y, of the Union Pacific, )cs
terelay iceelvcd Instructions from General
Passcliger Agent Lomax, of Omaha, to can
eel all instructions relating to tho bojeo-tt
of the Pnloti Puiine, Mr. Lomax's tele,
gram was us follows:
"lly Joint nmeenicnt of lines Interested,
elfe-ctlve Pebruury 111, the so-called boy.
ton ugalnst the Pnlon Pnciilo will be
raised You will therefor cancel existing
liistrui tlons, Insofar us tho exchange of
round trip tickets, as named below. All
(mere sled should be notllled that on uml
after date nutueet the Union I'aclilo will
exe hangs round trip tickets, ltlo Grande
Wcslern, Denver & Rio Grande, Colorado
Midland, Itock Island. Burlington .t Mis
souri Itlver unci tha Darlington, on same
basis us we now havo with other lines, and
tickets should bo honored accordingly."
l'ai'iigvr Itutrs .'dwiuced,
Chleago, 111 iv-ii. 15. Advanced passen
ger rates to the trans-Mlssour, and trans,
continental points went Into effect to-day,
us ugier.i a month ago. All the roails
claim to have put the rates Into eltect
and to b- maintaining them strictly. If
tho agreement of the Western Trunk line
committee holds, (hero Is no reason why
the rates shouM not remain at the lljure
at which they have been put.
INCOME TAX MATTERS,
Answers to yiterles May Not lie l.ttrndpcl,
Nntitlthsliinillng the Action etf
Washington, Peb. ir -There l n joU
blllty that the time for innkltig tlnnl re
turn to the Internal revenue olllcers of
(itiswcrs lo the liuome tax qtterle mny
not be exlenelcd neilwltbtandlng that both
house of eongri have pnssed n resolu
tion postponing the dny ftoin March 1 to
April 1.1. Senator Hill Is responsible for
the rhnnge ot policy whlrh mny take place
regarding the resolution, for he succeeded
In amending It In the sennte by making
n stipulation that certain tiuesllons whlrh
he considers InqulMtorlnl should be
stricken from the blanks. Commissioner
Miller, of the Intern-el revenue bureau,
wn nt the house to-d.iy In consultation
with Chairman WHon, of the wnjs nnd
mentis committee, nnd other members of
the house. Mr. Miller sn)s some of the
question Senitor Hill lm done nwny with
nte ntre'snry to be niiwered to obtain
the full list of cltlren who are taxable
nnil nre so vital to the success of the col
lection of the Income tix that he wouM
rnlher have the resolution defeated and
the effort to secure nn extension of time
droppesl than to have the measure suc
ceed In It present form, although his
force will be fot n time greatly crowdeM
with work If It must be llnlshod by the
March 1, In nccordnnce with the com
missioner's wishes the house will endeavor
to have the amendments! dropped nnd, It
thev rnnnol prevail upon the scnit'1 to
abandon them, such Income tax enthus
iasts as Mt. Hall, ot Missouri, will woik
to defeat the resolution
sui'iiitHimo in pisiiim:.
llrtlle Simpnsrd In Itesldp
Wblslcprs of 11 lllnrk Cut
Prom tho Pittsburg Dispatch.
"Superstition claims but little part of my
nature," said Wlllnrd Spenser jesterday,
"but I must confess that In fly-llshlng ono
meets the same Incident so often that It Is
Impossible to ascribe their occurrence to
Mr, Spenser Is consldertsl one of tho most
cipert lly fishermen In tho country. He Is
scletitlNc fiom the backbone In pursuing
this sport. He not only make hi own
rod nnil tackle, but avers that none can
be purchased Hint will appro ich his hnndl
wotk. Mr. Spenser, of course, makes till
thu Hies he uses, and there Is not one of
the vat Ions fancies of the devotees of Izaak
Walton which ho has not tested.
"I mean," continued Mr. Spenser, "that
there la n great deal of virtue In the source
from which )ou got our hackles, feath
ers, etc., from which jou make )our files.
At least 1 have tested this lu several in
stances nnd have found my theory correct.
Ono dny I was engaged making a sort ot
mongrel nondescript lly. I put It together
ns a curiosity more thnn anything else,
thinking that sometime u gooet opportun
ity to try a novelty might come. A I was
llnlshlng the fly I needed something to
make the tall and Just ns I was thinking
cclinl- Ccfteil.1 l.o nenul neieirrteiHitee nev icl.l
b,,ck cat came inewlng Into the room.
Something nttracted my attention to the
cat's whiskers. They were quite long and
of the color I wanted. Without wnltlng to
consider I concluded those bristling cut
whiskers would make a gexjd tall for my
mongrel llj", so clipped them oft with my
shears. Well, there was a llj- the like of
which I had never seen before. I showed
It to several experienced "ti out fishermen
and they begnn to lough. 'Use that?" they
generallj- said, 'why jou will scale nil the
trout out of the tie.im with n thing llks
that.' Well, I tried It one day while I was
alone and caught one of the 1 trgest trout
It was ever my good fortune to get upon
mj- line. I used It with grent success utter
this, nlwajs catching large fish with It.
until one day It was snapped oft by a big
speckled beauts'. I made another as nearly
like it as possible, Using the same feathers,
but substituting some dog's whlskets for
the cat's whiskers I had placed In the first
lly Strangely, that fly acted as a scare
crow to the tlsh. They would swim from
it as If it was a di ended monster Think
ing thnt the cat's whiskers might have
some peculiar effect, I took out the dog's
whiskers and replaced them with some T
took from another bl ick cat. It worked
like a chat m, In fact. I believe It was s.
charm, for never did 1 catch so minis' tlsh
with nn)- one kind ot fly ns I did with this
mongrel type. It seemeel to be suited for
nil conditions nnd places, and when other
fishermen would go home with empty
basket, I would reach my limit, for I make
It n rule never to c.eteh more than thirty
fish nnv one day and always throw tlsh
utnler seven Inches back Into the water.
So, I believe, there Is a chirm for fish In
tats' whiskers. All of my experience points
Whv Is Price's 11 iking Powder the most
economical? Heeauso It's absolutely pure.
III! JIAIII! A ltPN.
loir an Pugllsh Crli kpter Seorei
Aiuerlc 111 Hull Team.
G. Gtace, the noted English cilck
was tho only opposing pl.i)er to
peoro it run ngalnst the Amcilcan ball
players on tlielt Inst trip nround the
world. Giitco went to Marie liaiuwiu,
who was to pitch, and expressed an
earnest desire to make a run. Haldwln
consented to aid tlio cricketer. Mark
tells the story as follows:
"I asked him what kind ot a ball lie
could lilt, a high or a low one. lie said
If I pitched a Btinlght ball he didn't
mind about the height. I told him to
look out for a nlco straight ball, and if
ho got to ilrst base to watch me ami I
would give him a sign to start fot sec
ond. He ninile a elenn hit over short
stop's hem!, and I gave him the sign anil
off he slat ted for second. I pretended
not to see him, line! old Anson was yell
ing like a madman at me, telling mo
that I had better go to bod and get a
test The old man wasn't on. jou know.
I turned in and called Anson down for
not signing me to throw.
"After Mr. Gracu had been rested a
second, ho was, nccordlng to my sign,
playing off the base, and I wheeled
around to nnb him, and thiew the ball
clean over tho center Holder's head. The
champion cricketer nmbled homo amid
cheers, and nt tho banquet thnt evening
tho feat of Grace was ,1 feature nf all
Iho speeches. Anson dd not know how
that tun was made until months after."
Chairman Caldwell Departs,
Denver, Peb 15. Chairman Caldwell, of
thu Western Trunk lines committee, left
to-d ty for St. Louis nnd will to-morrow
send out n circular to the roads Interested
giving the particulars of the agreement
leached at the? conference of passenger
agents In this eit) which was concluded
to-day. Pnder the agreement by which the
boycott ngalnst the Pnlon Pacllic Is raised
and the Oregon gateway thrown open, the
basis of division Is to be tho same ns It
was prior to November 1, 1M1, Tho Den
ver ,t ltlo Grande will pot sign the agree
ment until tho Western Association estab
lishes bub-conimltteo headquarters In Hen
ver to contrul trans-Mlssourl business. The
dllTorences between tho Union I'aclilo and
ltlo Grande Western were adjusted to-duy
nml nn agreement reached that tho former
shouM grant tho sldo tilps from ogdeu to
Salt Lake und tha latter Issue stopoveis
only on round trip and highest Ilrst class
ono way tickets,
(iuirlestoii lie se ucs 3llIoiiurlcs,
Washington, Peb. 15, The navy depait-
meat has heaid from Admiral carpenter
under even ditto from Che Poo to the cf.
feet tho Charleston had nrrlved there after
having tescued fourteen mlsslonailes, eii'l
thut ho hud directed the Yorktoivu to go
to the south coast of Hnan tuiig, v-iiina,
to the assistance of missionaries theie, Ho
also stated tha Chinese still hold the Iti
und's forts at We Hal Wcl.
Commanding olllcer of tho Atlanta, Cap
tain Cromwell, reports from Colon under
data of Pebruury II that tho lebelllou In
Colombia is considered at an end, thus
confirming tho advices received by tho
state department from Minister McKlnney,
A I'll' IllVCHtigUtloll.
Con l.-mnnlunv ,,! 1 a C 'PIia In. r,..,e
gallon of tho ullege.l vlolutlon of the Inter.
legce! viuiuuun ut me inter
law by C. P. Huntington,
Southern Puclllo company,
iss to Prank M, Stone, a
state commerce law oy
president of tne
In Issiiini- a nass
politle Ian anel attorney, from San Pram sco
to .Uhlauil. Ore., is now In the hands of
tho United States grand Jury. To-day
I lilted States Judge Morrow linpinele.l a
new grand Jur), which was especially
charged to Inquire Into the alleged pass, as
testified to by Stone, and ultso to Investigate
the general pass ostein of the Southern
New York Weekly: Porelgncr "Manv
of sou Americans have cllstlp-oltheel un
cestors, yet ou never menl--;. .Why
is ciiiic-! r .. vl
American "It's this wasi-; comnry
poor we are ashamed to J,1 b'j
we set rich we don't nere sooa.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
KANsAl CITY DMTANCI'.S ST. t.Ot'ls
AMI OMAHA I'AtlUM! HOtls.
The Number Paeltrd Here lnep November 1
Nearly n Man) Hip Inlnt Parked
In Those t Itles Cold Weather
Hard em Sheep,
Kansas City lift taken advantage of
the Increased supply of hogs thl season
nnd has slaughtered them with a frec
dom never known before. Tho number
packed since November 1 tins been "70,
000, ngalnst TDO.OOO nt St. L0UI3 and
W. J. Pinley and Dnnlel Date, Vernon
county, Mn were here yesterday with
cattle. They report the number of cnt
tie fecelltig In their county to per cent
short n compnrcd with Oils time last
year. Hogs also short, Corn selling fit
32 to 31 cents, Whenl doing fairly well,
covered Willi snow.
I J. O. Lcdbetter, Cn county, Mo.,
enme in yostentny vlth cattle and hogs.
Uo icimrts nbottt n miny cattlo nnd
hogs lu his county ns last ye.it.
It, I j. Jackson, llolden, Mo., had In
J. A. Clark, Sheldon. Mo., was at the
ynttls .vesterdny with cattle.
The rec-nt cold snaps and snows have
been hnrd on sheep in Colorado. .1. C.
Knollln ,t Hooth received it letter yes
terday from Donald Mcintosh, Lamar.
Col., In which he s.iys the went her ha
been trjlng of late nn the sheep on the
innge. Hut In New Mexico ho reports
the weather warm and sheep In good
living condition. L. Haldwln, of the
s.imo place, was nt the yards jesterday
and corroborated tho nbovc report.
George S, Tamblyn Is In Texas.
Cnse) Bros., Hllisboro, Tex., rold some
corntcd Texns steers hero yetenlny at
C. 11 Hrown, McKlnney, Tex., vvns up
yesterday with cuttle.
J. K. Uerry, Greenwood, Tex., came In
yesterday with rattle.
Prnser & Ilnkln, Pnll River, Kas.,
were hero yesterday with cattle and
J. P. Hates, Hay county, Mo., was
here yesterdny after feeders. He snys
the number of cattlo feeding In his
county Is ,10 per cent short; hog D.I per
cent less. Corn, 30 cents. Wheat looks
11. P. Hooney, C.inoll county, Mo., got
stockcts livid yesteidny.
S. It. Selectman, of Andrews county,
was at the ynids yesteidny after stock
ors and feeders.
D. H. Hell. Missouri City, Mo., was In
)cstetdnv with cattle and hogs.
Loughlnn Uros., Cass county, Mo.,
were nt the yatds .vestetday with cattle.
K. C. Ntir.man, Clrclevllle, Kns was
here yesteidny with some good native
J. D. Ilopklnson, Hartford, Kn , hart
In hogs yesterday.
William Sanders, Itaymond, Neb., wns
nt the yards with 1,300 lambs fiom New
Mexico that nveraged forty-four pounds
and sold nt but $-'.11. They wcie from
the range country nnd very thin.
J. U. Holton, Htirllngamc, Kas., had In
some good Colorado fed sheep jesterday
that sold nt $3.90.
C. M. Gaines, Hnrtvvell, Mo., was here
yesterday with cattle.
Tho best price obtained for cattle yes
terday wns $1 SI, given for twenty choice
expott steei s that averaged 1.13S pounds.
II IV Gllmnn, Lout ay, Kns., had In
Samuel Vendlg, Sylvia, Kns., was at
the yards yesterday with cattle and
David Klser, Johnson couv, Kns ,
had in cattle yesteidny.
W. M. Mnckey, Amerlcus, Kns , wns
heie yesterday with cattle.
Charles H. Wliltanioro and C. A.
Halley, Louden, Kas., came lu yestrday.
A A. Kellogg, Hussell, Kns , was at
tho yards yesteirtaj" with hogs.
J. C. Phelps, Olathe, Kas , was hero
j'csleidny with cnttle.
VT. M. Ilnckenhurg. H.irnnrd, Kns.,
came lu wilh cattle yesterday.
J. W. Do Pevers & Co , Predonla, Kn.,
wcro hero yesteidny with cattle anel
J. A. Carlton, Walnut, Kns., had in
The GoM Medal was awarded Dr. Price's
Halting Powder at the Midwinter Pair,
because It's absolutel) pure.
Colored l-eoplo Incited.
littsbuig, Kns., Peb. 13. (Special ) Tho
colored pcoplo of this county ate greatlj
excited over tho nssnsslnntlon ot Smith by
Jackson night betoie Inst, mid armed bod
ies of them have been hunting for tho
muidcrcr, who wns traced to this cltj', and
stayed over night with an unsuspecting
coloied couple, lie told them he was from
Colorado, on his vvnv to the Indian Teirl
tory, and left yesterday morning, sajlng
ho was going there
The negroes do not hesitate to say that
If Jucksou Is caught a lynching bee will
follow Tho murdered man wus burled )es
terday afternoon bj' tho coloied Masons,
of which order ho was a member.
Por Nervous Prostration, listeria,
Drain Fag, Iljpochondtia, Nervous Dys
pepsia, Melancholia, Locomotor Ataxia,
Insomnia, Epilepsy, and general sys
temic Weakness, take Ccrebrine.
For l'unctional nnd Organic Affections
of the Spinal Cord, take Mcdullinc.
In Depression of Spirits and Melan
cholia, due to n weak state of the Genera
live System, Impotence, Atrophy of the
Organs, Spermatorrhcea, &.:,, use Tcs
tlttc. For Functional Weakness of the Heart,
resulting from general or local Nervous
Debility; in Organic Disease, when the
action of the Heart requires to be
strengthened or rendeted regular; Dropsy,
Dright's Disease and Ansmia, take Car
dine. In the latter condition Cardine
acts with great certainty in increasing
the quality of the red blood corpuscles.
For Myxccdema, Goitre, Eciema, and
Obesity, take Thyroidlne.
For Congestion of the Ovaries, Chronic
Inflammation of the Ovaries, imperfect
development of the Ova.ies, Neuralgia
of the Ovaries, Amenorihoea, Chlorosis,
Hysteria, Neurasthenia, and during the
Climacttic or change of life, take
Above are the Incicatlons (or the uso
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en Monday Krrntnj; Session for
I'riiftlnn Itllts I'rocred
Iiirs tn the Senate
Washington, Fob. 13 The house to
day conMdered the navnl appropriation
hill nnd devoted the dny to the Kenernl
debate. The bill carries J11,S0T,O23, nnd
nitthorlzes the three new llne-of-bnltlo
ships nnd twelve torpedo boat. Tho
feature? of the bill providing for the
new ships were nntngonlzed by Messrs.
Simpson (I'op., Kn?.), Hnll (Dem Mo.)
nnd Everett (Dem., Mass.), nnd were
supported by Messrs, Talbot (Dem.,
Mel,), Doltlver (Rep., In.), Pendleton,
(Dem.. V. Vn.), Money (Dem., .Miss.),
Weadock (Dem., Mich.) and Meyer
(Dem., I,n.). Tho general debate will
close to-morrow nnd It Is expected j.
vote will be reached on Monday.
The house met at 11 o'clock to-day. A
bill was passed by unanimous consent
for nn nddltlonnl JucIko In the Ninth
(the l'aclllc slope) Judicial district,
Mr. lleltzhoover, of Pennsylvania,
chairman ot the committee on vvnr
claims, nttempted to claim the day un
der the rule for the consideration of
bills on the private calendar, but he wns
amngonls'cil by Mr. Tnlbott.of the naval
committee, who desired to cnll up tho
naval nppropt lotion bill.
Mr. IJeltrhoover flnnllv rrnvo way and
the house wont Into committee of tho
whole (Mr. O'Neill, of Massachusetts, In
the chnlr) on tho naval appropriation
bill. The bill carries J31,S07,o:.l nnd con
tains provision for three new battleships
and twelve torpedo boats.
Mr, Dolllver (Hop , In.) continued the
debate In support of the proposition for
building tho new ships He believed the
development of a navy und a merchant
niaiiue should go hand in hand. lie had
been struck by the fact that the com
mander of the great French liner, La.
GascoRne, which had hobbled Into port
out of the storm Cnptnin Ilaudelon
was a lieutenant In the Ft ouch navy de
tailed by his Kovcrnment to sail a vessel
which In eiiho of vvnr could be pressed
Into the French service.
Mr. Hall (Dem., Mo.) opposed the pro
posed Incrense of the navy. Ho called
attention to the fact that of the 130
commnndcrs In the American navy but
tvventy-bbven weto porformliiK se.i ser
vice. Mr. Money (Dem., Miss.), a member of
the naval committee, mndo a stronc;
plea for the nppioptiatlon for new ships
on tho Ki'tiund that they were absolute
ly necessary for the defense of our
Mr. Hverott (Dem., Mass ) took the po
sition that with the present nnd ptospec
tlvo demands on the treasury costly
waishlps were evtravaRitnt luxuries. In
a plowing peroration that riveted the
attention of tho house Mr. Kverett de
clated war was of the past, a relic of an
effete civilization. For the future theie
was ponce and the country that would
carry Its Issues to tho arbitrament of
arms would be btanded with the maik
of Cain. Much as he ndmlred the mar
tial spirit and personal heiolsm, he de
dal ed thnt In the present day there wns
something better than dying for one's
con ntiy, and that wns living for It. Tho
only neemy to tlio future of tho coun
ti) was In the great cities. The money
proposed to be spent for bnttleshlpi
could bo more advantageously expended
in other and better ways.
Messrs. Weadock and Meyer closed
the debate for tho day In favor of tho
appiopilations for the new ships.
Tho house disagreed to the senato
amendments to this bill to extend tha
time for making income tax teturns and
tent it to conference,
A bill was passed to authorize tho
const tuctlon of a wagon bridge across
the Yellowstone river in Derby county,
At li o'clock tho house took a recess
until S o'clock, the evening session to bo
devoted to the eonsldei.uion of prlvato
l-e onto l-roi ceding.
The senate confined ilself strictly to,
business to-dny, nnd ns a tcstilt passeel
the postolllee approptlatlon bill and got
half through tho agricultutal nppioprln
tion bill. Hfforts were resumed to cut
down tentnls for postal cats and for tlio
Hastctn fast mall service north nnil
south, but all these amendments wera
defeated by decisive majorities. Secre
tary Morton was present ilurlng the de
bate on the agricultural bill. It brought
out an animated discussion of the piop
osltlon to amend tho meat Inspection
system in otder to get American meats
into foiolgn countries. During the day
tho pooling bill vvns taken up long
enough to permit a speech In Its sup
pot t by Mr. nutter, In chargo of the
bill. The llniiiie-o committee reported fa
vorably tho bill lepeallng tho one-tenth
of n cent discriminating duty on sugar
from countries paying a sugar bounty
nnd Mr. Aldilch submitted a motion to
tecommlt tho bill to tho committee vvltli
instructions to add provisions for reci
procity bounty on domestic sugar and
for meeting treasury deficiencies. No
notion was taken on the repoit or the
motion to recommit.
The purity of Dr. Trice's Baking Ponder
is never questioned, because It's absolutely
Te l'beli Stories.
Contemporary Itevlevv: Frank Tiuck
land, who was my cousin, told mo this
Htoty, He belonged to n lishlng club on
tho Thames, which held Its mooting
once a week, und the chnltman for tlio
evening was tho one who had caught
the heaviest fish. On one occasion .1 Mr,
Jones was tho fortunate Iudlvlilii.il. It
was tho (list time that he had earned
the honor, nnd ho was veiy proud of It,
though his prize tlsh had only been n.
barbel, One of the members of the club
was unable to stay for dinner and asked
Jones for the tlsh to tttko home with
him, as It wns not to form part of tho
menu. He consented, though rather un
willingly, and nothing was heard of tho
matter until (ho next meeting, when
Hucklaud chanced to he present,
"A curious thing happened about that
barbel which Jones give me last Satur
day." observed the tcclplent. "It had
bvviillovveel n Utile pike."
"Vou will not piake 1110 swallow that,"
observed nucklanjl, confidently, "A bar
bel could not do l!, Its conformation for
"Vou may theorize ns you like," up
turned the other, "but I must be allowed
to belleva tho uvldenco of my own
tenses. I saw the Jack taken out of the
batbel with my own e)es,"
"I don't believe It," said llucklnnd.
The conversation, In fact, vvns growing
very warm, when Jones broke In with;
"Don't quarrel, gentlemen. You. ara
both tight. The fact Is I was so afraid
that somebody might catch a he.lvler
li-h than I that 1 poked the little Jaclc
down the liai bed's throat with my lish
lng rod to make him weigh more."
-luliiiuy ii 11 llecllMc.
Oood News: I.lttle Ethel "Papa, I think
you ought to have tho doctor come und sea
Johnny. I'm afraid he's nick "
Papa-"Slck Ile'n out In the street play.
Ins and yelling HUo a wild Indian."
I.lttlp Uthel " e, but when he'a well ha
yells like two wild Jndlan,"
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