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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATC1,.DA' FEBRUARY lfi, lypil
FROM THE PULPIT.
PA I MAS Cl.t.tittV lOMPOI'Ml
MADi: I'm M I.I.I. !
WE ADVISE THE SICK TO TAKE
IT, SAY THE CLERGYMEN,
11 r. rin;p.UF.it Kilt tiii: iiamicu
miason or mmiimi,
AGGRESSIVE CHRISTIANITY IS
POSSIBLE WITH HEALTH,
raitnr nf All rrls Prrmli II l.'ust
TtACTIOAti work dis
tinguishes the pulpit.
Doctrinal nermoii' to
day nrc nt a discount.
Mlnlstets ot the gos
pel, ns If by (i well
concerted plan, .ire
now putting tremen
dous enemy Into the
-catic of Kood govern-
mrnt and public
I Christianity seems, to
he the pride of every
rint chested, sallow
cheeked, weak logged,
watery eyed clergymen ore carce; strong,
vlgorois, clear headed, manly fellows are
entering the seminaries.
That a well man Is a liettcr man than a
lck one Is no longer heresy.
Public baths, fresh nlr excursion, open
parks.sunllght, phvslcal training .mil prop
er medicine for the sick ar nil contribut
ing to tho work of home missions.
-Jill secta appear to be entering with tin
uual activity Into a practical reformation.
Lnst week In lloston one of the greatest
of Its pulpit orators pleached upon clean
streets: In Xow Yoik tho chinches hae
lieen breaking up political corruption.
Money frem the contribution boxes la go
ing Into hospitals. Many a soung clet
gymnn to-day tnkes a ear or more, not In
a trip to Em ope to hear music and study
cathedral architecture, and "round out his
education," but In a plain, matter-of-fact
medical school, to learn anatomy and hy
Most progressive ministers In eery de
nomination to-day arc recommending to
their people the great remedy that makes
people well, earnestly Indorsing the woik
ot Dartmouth college's generous scientist,
and frankly lending their Influence to that
ot the best physicians advising generally
the use of Value's celery compound now
that the "danger season of spring" Is near.
The proptletors' of this best of remedies
now furnish a great quantity of testimon
ials from clergsmen In every state, and al
most every city and town In the country,
from which the following are taken at
Itei, Charles C. Bruce.
From Somervllle, Mass., Boston's wealthy
ruburb, Charles Cromber Uruce, one of the
ablest joung pastors In the state, writes:
"I am nearly OS scars oC age and weigh
normally 158 pounds, at piosent my weight
Is HSiJ. My sickness took mo down to
ISI'.J. so that you can see that I am getting
back to myself, and, God willing, shall
toon bo theie.
"I have been a very sick man, but owing
to the goodness ot the supreme powers I
am now on the royal road whoso end Is
"After twenty years of excessive labor
In studying and preaching, I was elected
lo a position In a high school In Boston,
but the work told on me and 1 grew 111.
The Illness lasted for about a year and a
half. But now 1 am so that I can see the
nd, and n more thankful man sou never
(aw. A gentleman who lived near me be
gan tho use of 1'alno's celery oolnpound
and It built him up. I thought of this and
soon I was led to use It, and It has brought
ma out all right."
M. Theresa's Academy.
Mother Theresa, wilting from St. Ther
esa's academy, nenr Peoria, Jll says that
they have given Palne's celery compound a
thorough trial and found It to be all that
Is claimed for it. She adds: "Wo shall
ontlnue its use and also recommend It to
Kev. T. r. NtaufTor.
The following testimonial from a man so
w Idely known and beloved us Bev. T. r.
StaufTer, pastor of tho r.ilth rtefoimed
church, of Lincoln, Neb., Is a most positive
proof ot tho wonderful medicinal power ot
Palne's celery compound and Its great supe
rlorlty over ordinary b.arsnparlllas, tonics
'Tor nearly a year past I have felt my
self tunning down. .My nervous system
was gradually growing worse; I had slight
symptoms of rheumatism, and was uoubled
a good deal ut times with Insomnia. I felt
that something must bo done, and conclud
ed to use Palne'H celery compound. After
tnc llrst few days' use I began to Impiove,
and I am very much better now. Indeed,
I feel like myself once more, All symp
toms of rheumatism are disappearing, I
can sleep well, my nervous sjsiem Is rap
Idly Impiovlng, and I bellovo u radical euro
is being effected. I'alne's celery compound
Is a splendid remedy, and I can conscien
tiously commend It to the sulterlng In llku
rases. I further believe that If this medi
cine were taken In time It would save many
heavy doctors' bills. I have never used a
remedy of any kind thut met Its promises
so well and so leadlly."
Uditnr nf the Ccorgln Baptist,
Hev. W. J. White, D. D editor or tho
Georgia Baptist, says: "My wife wan In
poor health. I think It n sott of general
debility, which caused severe attacks of
hcait palpitation, She was favorably Im
pressed with Palne's celery compound nnd
procured It at once. She felt benefited from
the first bottle, and I see a decided Im
provement, wldch is gratifying. Wo have
spoken of thla medlelno to several friends,
and several have already used It upon our
Itertor nf t-t. AiuuiV, Nashville.
Bev. T, V. Mai tin, rector of St. Anne's
church, nt Nashville, gives his people con
fidence in tho great; curative powers of
Palne's celery compound. He says:
"During the Lenten Beason last 5 ear,
which, on account of multiplied services, is
veiy trying nnd laborious to a clergyman, I
became so run down Dint I feared I would
not be able to hold out to the end. Having
seen accounts of tho elllcacy of Palno's eel
ery compound In similar cases. J concluded
to try It. I was soon delighted to find that
It gave mo new vigor, and by the use of
one bottle I was enabled to get thiough
the most laborious part of tho season. In
cluding Holy week and HnatenUy, with
ease and comfort, f utti lliute my relief to
Palne's celerv compound. I keep a hottlu
of It on hand and whenever I have a re.
turn or the feeling of exhaustion from un.
usual labor, I take a few doses, always
with a pleasant sensation of relief,"
The Upper limn Conference.
Among the many very able ministers In
tho Upper Iowa conference nono Is better
beloved by his church than Itev. B. r.
Berry. Bead of the great good that I'alne's
celery compound did him,
"Tor three years I have suffered from In
illgesjon, constipation and biliousness. I
have taken three bottles of Palne's celery
compound and find myself wonderfully
helped. I feel rested now mornings, and no
longer have any tired unci stuold feelings.
Therefore. I take reat delight In recom
mending Palne's celery compound to all
suffering from these disorders."
The Venerable William A, Kuilth.
Bev. William A. Hmlth. of Orotin. Conn.,
after years of woik, U stilt well und active.
"In my early dayj, by gret and pro
longed menul siuTeilug, 1 broke dovv'n in
health and became u ilyapeptlc.bslng obliged
at one time to glvo up my work In the mln.
letry 011 account or Ill-health. I am now 61
jdii of age. and dm lug my long life have
suffered gieatly fiom dyspepsln, torpid
liver, constipation and Insomnia, at times
thinking I should die for want or balmy
bleep, and It is a wonder to me that I am
alive to-day with all that 1 have been
"I have tiled an endless amount or modi,
cine, but lately I have been taking; Palne's
celery compound, and have all faith In Its
merits: adapted In my rir Itv the Use
of several bottles I so far recovered m
health as tn consider ms, It n well mini
for my nqe. It regulates the liver, slont
nrh and bowel", without nny ipiestlon My
appetite l now good, tnv sleep l refresh
ing, my liver active and bowels regular,
nnd n-y crutrhos not needed, as I ran walk
without n staff, I am dally Increasing In
strength nnd Improving generally, and
hope Hint my outh will oott be renewed
o Hint I can work as In bvgone "1ns
People are surprised nt my Improved ap
pearance nnd ncttvlty."
.New vnrk C'llJ I Icrgriin-li,
Interviewed by a reporter In that city
the other day. a large number nf clot rs men
impressed the hcnrtlest T Indorsement of
Palnc'n (cleiy rompouud. The Interviews
were puniisneci in the worm, rrere arc .1
few of them
itev If I, ilnitillennrd, pastor of the
Trench Fresh torluri church, who lives at
1M West 16th st. said "I hive freeiuoiitly
been lehevi'd of urn nils affections by the
use of I'alne's celeiy compound. I think It
n mot reliable rrmedy nnd shall recom
mend It wherever I hive nil opportunity."
Itev It I), Winn, pnslor of the Ahsln
lan church, said "My cnioer as n min
ister or (he (luspel has been hniupercd by
the fact that ror yenrs I have surferod from
nervousness. I consulted several special
ists, who treated my inse ror months, but
I must say that during the past few weeks
have received more benefit from one bot
tle nf Palno's celerv compound than from
all the other medicines taken."
Ttie recent indorsements of the great
remedy by Itev Pi. A. ouellet, Itev. Mr,
Mini and other prominent divines have so
recently been published that they arc fresh
In the public mind.
Itev. (1. ,, Ihucr.t.
Itev (1 A Finery, ot Plll'dcld, VI .
"Palne's celery compound Is the best
medicine tn be found, nnd t very cheerfully
recommend It to nil who am In n run-down
or exhausted condition, I have twice used
It with most satisfactory results, for live
enrs my work has been vcrv heavy, es
pcclnlly so during the last two years. My
rnnvlctlon was that unless I found some
thing to heli mo I must give up my work
as n minister, but I took 1'nlnon celery
compound, 11111I last year came out nil right,
without a vacation nf so much ns one Sun
day, I recommend It to nil us a wonderful
Itev, It. s. ('Ill, l,c.
Krv. 1! S Ciosby, of Ilrushton, N". Y,
"It qlves me gicat pleasure to add my
testimony to the effect of Palne's celery
compound. I'or eight c.us I have Buffered
gient pain in my back. Last Apill I wni
so weak and nervous that I ariangcd to go
to Montreal for treatment, but thlce days
befoie I expected to go n filcnil or inino
urged me to tnke I'alne's celeiy compound.
I went, that day nnd bought 11 bottle and
commenced tn take It, and before I had
taken tho first bottle I was free from pain
In mv luck and could sleep sound, and am
able to nrench eveiy Sunday.
"I will gladly answer un one who may
write to me about It. I tiust your busi
ness will continue lo piosper until the af
lllcted ones of the entire nation shall take
Palne's celeiy compound nnd bo revital
ized." Wns t'uused bv tlilp.
Bev Dr. J. V. Hull, or Mountvllle, Is
one ot the best-known ministers in South
eastern Ohio. Mrs. Hall, whose life was
despaired ot, was restored to health by
I'alne's celerv comnound. She writes:
"The grip made a wreck of my natural
good health. I suffered from continual
headache, which nothing relieved, und from
nervousness which prevented sleep and
caused me to have palpitation of the heart
when startled by nny unexpected noise or
sound. I had distressing pains in my
back and side, was constipated, bilious
nnd sallow-complexloned. My pulse was
veiy changeable, sometimes quick and at
others scarcely perceptible, appetite poor,
with a feeling ot languor and weakness
at times almost oveicomlnc me. It seemed
as If every organ In my body was diseased,
and I was In desp ilr of ever being well
again. At times the grave seemed very
near. 1 can never describe my terrible
sufferings, and It would have been .1 great
relief to have exchanged worlds, but like
every mother I would look upon my baby
bov nnd cling to life. -
"Xot having much faith In advertised
medicines, It was with reluctance that I
began to use Palne's celery compound,
but after the first dose I slept well Mv
Improvement was rapid. I took -six bottles
and gained between twenty and twenty
live pounds In weight, and now I am fleshy,
ruddy cheeked nnd clear complexloned,
the wonder of nil my friends. I do my
own work and assist my husbind In his
labors as a minister of the llospel. I al
ways tell the sick and suffering what this
grand compound has done tor me."
For All Sufferers.
Bev. Percy T. Penn, rector of St. John's
at Boonton, X. J., writes:
"It gives me gieat pleasure to commend
the uso nf Table's celery compound to nil
those who are suffering from nervous
tioublei, I had suffeied for two je.us
with nervous prostration, brought on by
overwoik and excessive study, and during
this time had tried almost everything in
the way of medicine, besides being treated
by an eminent specialist In neivnus dis
eases, but nothing helped me until I used
Palne's celery compound. This rempdv
has been of great benefit to me. and I
shall always recommend It to all sufferers "
The fact Is, I'alne's celeiy compound
mikes people well. Try It and bo con
vinced. BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
Washington, Feb. 13. To-day's statement
of the condition ot the treasury shows:
Available cash balance, JUS.OT.OM, gold re
Boston, Mass., Peb. 13. The committee
on woman suffrage ot the legislature to-day
decided, S ta 3, to report a bill in favor
of municipal suftiago for women.
Now York, I'eli. 13. Michael C'npez7Uto
was to-day sentenced to life impiisnuiuent
In King Sing for the minder of bin wife
on November I of last vein. I In shot her
In tho back with a revolver
Puteison, N'. ,L, Feb. 15, The loss by tho
binning of tho Doherty is Wadsworth silk
mills Is $iiJ,ueO cm building, machinery und
stock. One thousand bunds arc thrown
out of employment by the tire
Washington, Feb 11. The senate finance
committee lias agreed to icport favorably
tho house bill repealing tho 1-10 of .1 cent
discriminating iluty cm sugnr Imported
from bounty pioduclng commies.
London, 1'eb. 11. Tho Pilncn of Wales
held his tlrst lev en of tho season nt St.
James' paluco this evening. Notwithstand
ing the weather was Intensely cold and a
slight snow storm prevailed, tho leveo was
Scianton. Pn Kob. 1.1. JudgH Bindley,
lato p.-esldlng Judge of tint Koits -fifth P01111
svlvaulu dlstilct, died to-day, aged ta
Judge Bradley leaves HP estate) valued nt
several million dollars, located hero and
at Winchester, Vn,
Dover, Del., 1'eb. 13. Two ballots were
taken to-day In the United States sena
torial light. Tho first was the same ns yes.
terday, but on the second ex-Congressman
Martin, Democrat, received 5 votes, drawn
principally from Walcott.
Towanda, I'a., Fob, IB. A laigo boiler
exploded In Cobb's sawmill, two miles
west of heie, this morning, Theocloro Pen
ell, flremuu, and John .Mack, n teamster,
were Instantly killed, unci Frank Myers, a
mill hand, fatully Injured.
Salem, Ore,, Feb, 13. Tho only change In
the senatorial Joint ballot to-day was tha
bwltch nflhe neniocratlo vote from Weath
erford to J. 11. Itnldy. 'I ho vote stood:
Dolph, 11; Iluie. 10, Itnldy, 7. Williams, lo:
Lord, 7, Lowell, .'; Wcntherford, lj ah
Boise, Id,, Feb. 13. There was one pair In
tho Joint legl.latute convention to-day, and
the ballot resulted ns rollows: Shoup, 13,
Bvveot. 1 Cluggett. 13. There urn now
Indications of a chungn in the near rut
lire, but It Is dllllcult to forecast what It
Albiuiuerciuc, ', M Feb, 15. Josa c.ira
hajal und his son, Juan, have been round
fnuen to death on the mesa cast of this
city. They left here Wednesday night with
some suiidies during the blinding storm,
nnd went into camp, where tho bodies wero
Pal sou, W, Vu., Feb, 13. Word Iuih
reached heio that two fchool children,
brother and sister, aged 10 and i stars,
were frozen to death hi Clover district,
this county. Thoy wero found locked In
each other's arms, and tho brother had
wrapped his sister In his coat,
Washington. Feb, 13. Tho state depait
meiit to-day received a telegram fiorn Mill,
later McKlnuey, at Bogota. Colombia,
dated to-day. us follow s: "The minister
of foifcgu affnlis leipiests us to say that
the revolution Is piactlcally ended, und
there are no fears of any rurthcr troubles,
jlavo this published In the interests or
Mexico City, Max., Feb. 15. Don Innaclu
MarlFcal, minister or loieluu lelattuns In
Him Mexican cabinet, united, despite, reportu
10 the continiy, thut the end ur tho Guat
emalan question Is not yet In tight. The
secletary Indicated that the neighboring
Ittpubllc Is still ut Its tactics uf evading
the real tiueitloiu In the dispute with Mex
ico, unci endeaoilng to ,ulii all the I line
Ueut, O., Feb. 13 -At Itaudolpb, Pottage
counts, to-day, while cleaning house, Susie
Wise, aged II, 1 11 taking down a suutgun
from the wall, accidentally discharged it.
Tho load struck her sister. Maty, aged 18,
wounding her o badly that she cannot
live through the night. The shot tore out
both eyes ut the victim, and left a gaping
hole In the skull, Susie la crazed with
A DULL DAY IN THE SENATE
l.tTTI.i: III' IMt:ltl:sT lltANsl'lltl.s IS
rin: ii'i't:it nm si. u idpi.ka.
Itlll Intrmlmeil tn (Irani the ttlghl of
suffrage tn Certain Women--1 res
mid Niilarles Milt tlliic.nl
In the lluiisc
Topekn, Knu . Feb. P -(Special ) This
was rertnlnly the driest da of the session
so far as the trans letlnn of business ut
gciiernl Interest Is concerned, liven the
bill Introducer iippeated lo luiio taken a
rest, ror the three following wciu nil thut
enme tn hand.
!!y Senator King An m t making np
pioprlntlon for tho current expenses, pro
viding nn electric light plant, plumbing
nnd furnishing wing, new bnkery, hos
pital building, nnd ptitcli.islng nddltlmml
grounds for the Institution for the Idiotic
nnd Imbecllo south, for ilcnl jcurs ending
June 30 P:n;, nnd June so, vi.
By Senator Semi (by nnpiest) An act lo
ptevi'tit road overseers, or nnv oilier pel
tons, from draining the water nlong the
publlo highways ncross linpioied or cnltl
Ullod hinds, ut nny pbices other than
natunil wuterwavs, and llxlng penally for
the violation or this net.
By Senntor Timelier (by teniicst) An act
to prevent tho ndullerntlon ut vinegar
tfclintnr Dumbuilld stlired up n little Pop
ulist opposition when be Intinducnl 11 leu.
olullnn which called for the prepatallon
of a list or emploj'es or the senate showing
bow miiiiv are ciedlted to each sen.itnrl.il
district This was not pleasing to the gen
tlemen who luivo been preaching economy.
The resolution cuirlcd, and when thn list
Is presented to tho senate It will be round
that most nf tho Populist senntnis have
provided fat Jobs for from thieo to six
pin lis ins.
Tin) confirmations nf W C Corbet! ns
brigadier general, und S. l Fox ns adju
tant genernl, were made by 11 unanimous
vote in open session.
The second house bill, nppiuprlntlng :,il
for the puich.iso of cnnl for Western set
tlers, was advanced to third reading nnd
The greater part nf the day was spent
In the committee of tho whole. Senator
.SteinoH bill, making It 11 misdemeanor ror
engineers, firemen, conductors 01 brake
men tn lenvu 11 train except at the end ot
a division, was favorably icpoited
A bill was also recommended lor pass.iRf
which makes It a mlsdcminnor to enter or
wiill: through nny inclosed orch.ud, gul
den or melon patch This measure pro
voked morn debato than any $100,iX) appro,
pii.itlnu 1)111 this session, and during Its
pi ogress, pretty much eveiy senator upon
thn floor confessed to tinvn robbed an or
chard or raided a melon patch.
Senator Laudls Introduced .1 bill, ad
vanced It to Its tlnal reading and secured
Its passage nil within five minutes. This
bill appropriates 3.XJ1, which Is the amount
ot state bounty due the Medicine Lodge
Sugar .Manufacturing Compans-, and di
vides the sum among thlrts-four farmers
who furnished sugar cane to the mill
This sum will pay about W per cent of the
Senator Brnwn got a favorable report
upon his bill which puts a high tax upon
cattle which are brought Into the state
for grazing purposes. None of the Popu
list senators seemed to see the Insidious
doctrine of protection In this bill or It
might not have passed so easlls.
Want the Bight tn Vote.
Senator Parker ran a great surpile on
the senate this afternoon by Introducing
11 bill to giant the right of suffrage to cer
tain women named In the act. The pur
pose of 'he bill, as stated by Its author.
Is to get the matter Into the courts when
thee persons attempt to vote and let It
be decided whether the legislature can
grant such a right without n constitutional
amendment. The bill Is ns follows:
Be It enacted by the legislature ot the
slate of Kanis:
Section 1 That the llght.s of suffrage,
under the same regulations provided for
mule electors he granted tn the follow
ing named persons, to-wlt: Althen Brlggs
Stryker. of (treat Bend. Kas ; Mrs. C A.
Mos. of Allen. I son counts, Mlus L'vu
Harding, Mrs. C, F Purvlanee. Mrs L D.
Whlttlmore. Mrs. I i: White. Grace Potts,
.virs. i'. . j.von, vers vviiuam u. 1 iiuren,
Mrs. n F. Nichols, of the city or Topck.i,
Shawne county, Kas.
Section 2. This act shall take effect and
be In force from nnd after Its publication
In the statute book.
A bill was recommended for passage
which provides a state tax levs" of 1 mill
on the dollar to constitute .1 school fund,
which shall be apportioned nmong the dis
tricts, according to population.
The house this morning received a vast
number of petitions asking that additional
room be furnished to the State Historical
Under tho hfnil of icsolutlons, Mr. Shca
for Introduced the following:
"Whereas, There exists In Kansas .1
widespread dissatisfaction at the present
manner of ussosngijjioperis: and
"Whereas, Any crTange In the present
system of assessment and taxation to be
satlsructory and or permanent value to Un
people will rtciulie .1 complete revision or
our laws relating thereto and an examina
tion and compailson of the laws of other
"Whereas, The time remaining of the
present session Is too short for a pioper In
vestigation and consideration of assess
ment nnd taxation, therefore, be It
"Itesolved by the houso of representa
tives, thu senate concurring therein, That
a committee of three from tho senato and
live riom the house be appointed by the
lieutenant governor nnd speaker, to ex
amine the laws of other states and report
a svsteni of assessment and taxation law si
said committee to sit after the adjourn
ment of the leglslatuie, with power to se
lect a stenographer; the memlieis of said
committee and said stenographer to re
ceive as compensation the sum or $3 per
day for tho time actually employed, and
to report to tho special session In 1S5G."
Mr. Lambert, of Ls'on, moved to re.
commit the bill, limiting the number or
special questions that can be asked by
either party in tho trlnl of a civil action,
back to the committee of tho whole for
further discussion. This bill provides, as
It passed the committee, that nut over
tweiity-tlvo special questions can bu asked
by either party to the suit. .Mr. Lambert
said this bill was changing the practice or
the coin ts which had pi evaded for a third
or a century, and he thought tho commit
tee hud acted without duo consideration.
Mr. Lambert's motion was supported by
Bone or Clark, and Cole or Barton. It was
opposed by -Moore or Saline, Cox or Neo
sho nnd Caldwell of Douglas Tin house
evidently llgutlng that the gentlemen who
'wero talking In favor of recommitment
wero generally railroad nttornej-s, refused
to recommit thn bill.
Among tho hills Introduced this morning
Ono by Brown, of Crawford, which
piovldes for closing the offices of county
clerks and county treasurers at certain
periods of the vear,
On by Mr. Wilson, of Stanton, to vacate,
the townsltes of Mltchcllvllle and West
One by Mr. Allen, to relievo ono ot IrU
constituents who has been carrying tl.o
namo ot Louis Peterson Byrregard.
One by -Mr. Tucker rnnlatlng tho sal
aries or ofllcers In Douglas counts'.
Ono bj Mr Cannon to revise tho tax
laws of Kansas.
Ono by .Mr. Campbell of Doniphan, relat
ing to accident Insurance companies.
One by Mr (loodno, amending the law
In regard to lunatics and habitual drunk
ards, One by Mr. Hilton regulating the com
pensation of stenographers,
One by .Mr. Bohibaiigh, nppropilatlng
ll.Wrt for tho Chlldten's home at Wichita.
Ono by air. McKlnnle, regulating the fees
One by Mr, Cole, prescribing the duties
t'ti'K mid Salaries lllll.
The fees und salaries bill was tho occa
sion of some little commotion this morning
When the bill was reported fo the commit
tee or the whole It provided that It should
not go Into operation untl Junuary 1, lS'Jd.
The committee, however, changed this so
that It should gu Into operation ns soon
as published In the otllclnl statu paper.
The provisions or the bill raise tho sal
aries of olllcluls In tho small counties and
also In the very lirga counties. Naturully
the olllclnls In these counties wanted to
receive the blessings to be bestowed as
soon as possible. On the other hand, the
bill mukes a serious cut In salaries In the
middle sized counties, and the members
from these counties wanted to put off the
evil day as long- as possible Caldwell, of
Douglas, .Miller, of Morris, and Balllnger.
tho author of the bill, tried to gtt the
bill recommitted to the committee ot the
whole, in order 10 gttb original pro
vision back Into the bill The home cop.
stnttd to if It go buck to the committee,
but the cnmmlltei wai as firm a. it was
the cUv before. Caldwell talked till he
wss red In the face, but It was no o and
the bill had to ea as recommended yei
rerday and rlie oitlclaU whoje salaries will
be cut down mint rely on the senate foV
At S o'clock the house took up the bill
and parsed J( by a vote of 81 to 16,
Th Appellate i'eiurt Hill
T'n, house went Into committee of the
wvV with flv n of Orsoley, In the chulr,
a UlKl'1' tharnelli court bill. Intro
"'su,y the dlclary committee, as
cubstiliit, f,v Mr ltoblnson' bill II pro
VhIcs ror Hie appointment of ix Judges,
win -lull lurv,. concurren Jm '( '.on in
mi metiers up to rue s.-.n") mint
"he . ii.iii fins ttlrrinl) 'pissid n , nurr
bill whii h provides for twn ioirrt nf np
P'nl, e.i h t., iinslnt ot Mitit lUilgr It
divides tli. (, ltllll hl,1 itlalM, Is. 11
! Northern mid Southern i:.i Ir dl'tllit III
nun i 11. v .i",i nun inrce u, partmiuts
mii1 illis,oii will hold 1 our ut Kansas
f ll;, Kn Concordia nnd Colliv The nth
fr di"son Is tn Mold court it Firt Hccitt,
Wichita and Harden Cits The senate bill
provides further Hint the Judges shall be
appoint it bv the governor and unanimous.
1 lonllrmed ny the supreme 1 ourt The
theory of this provision Is thai the su
preme court could ulilv agree nn 11 court
partly Bepiiblicnn nnd parllv I'npulM.
The biillle opened this afternoon with 11
motion from Brown, or Prnlt, to substitute
the senate bill for the house hill lie sitld
he wnnlrd to serve luilhe oil the ltepuli.
llenns that the Populists did not propose to
give up unv nilvahliiKes thrs now held.
They would have some representation oil
that court or there wouldn't be unv np
Mr. Uiilibisnti said be was In favor of the
senate bill for a different lensun " He
hoped that the house would rise above
partisanship lie win willing that the
court should be composed In part nf Popu
list". What he wanted was .1 fair court,
regardless of polities.
Mr Winters or Kiowa, spoke In favor of
tho senate bill He hoped Unit politics
would be kept nut of the 1 rnlrt. He didn't
im re whether the Judges wete ltepuhlli alls
or Populists, su they Wete honest linn.
Hopkins, nt Finney, made a strung speech
In favor of substituting the senate bill
Itnhibniigh or Sedgwick. Cox. of Neosho;
llarkley, of 1:1k, and Bcekm.in, ot Cowley,
pke In favor nf the senate bill
Miller, nf Morris, spoke against It, ns did
Mr. Itnbltisnn, the niithnr of the original
house bill. The committee decided that the
only show for nn appellate court was to
adopt substantially tin. senate bill. O
tlnus,. Nn ,
It Is becoming more nnd more evident
tint Hie member who has been nccustnnieil
tn breathing the pure mid heilthful ozone
or the Kansas prnlrles takes his life in Ills
hand when bo comes to the capital and
sniffs the Inipuie air of tho representative
chamber Several members have already
succumbed to the baleful conditions. Pow
ers, nt Cowley. Is unable to attend the ses.
Ions. Benedict, the wiry eliulrrnnir of the
ways and means committee, has colic to
bed sick Itobltisori, of J.ickson, look" as
If he had been stricken with In ilnrl.i. and
Itohrbnilgh talks In 11 huky voice, like one
win, hus been conducting a protract d
meeting Ilr the open air. Old mnn New
man, one of the leaders on the IMpullst
side, succumbed to the drafts und bad
ventilation to-day In fnct, about the only
men who do not seem to be affected nib
Barkles' mid Cannon, whne voices ore
still like the sound of mam waters. The
reason ror this Is plain. Tho house Itseir
Is either dose and fout or else It is ventilat
ed by letting down the windows and let
ting the breeze on the asse'mbled states
men like wind through a bone. It any
thing was needed tn complete the de
struction, It Is furnished In the cold and
cheerless corridor between the house untl
SHOT WITH wnti:.
The strnngesf Mirglcul Case fiver seen In
11 e York Hospital.
From the New York Becorder
The strangest thing that has come to
light In the Bellevuo hospital since the
finding, a few years ago, of a "el of falie
teeth Imbedded In the heart of .1 woman
who had dlad suddenly, was revealed last
Mondas In nn operation on John Sc.inlon,
of ."? Avenue A.
Scanlon is a machinist. "0 se.us old. In
the emplos of the Hast Bivor Lead Coin
pans', whose works lire nt Fist Nineteenth
street I'm II Saturday he lias had charge
of the machine that makes the wire.
The machine is a steel box. from which
molten metal Is forced thiough an apci
ture or die one-slxtccnth of .111 Inch In dl
amtlei by hydi.iullc pressure of i') tops.
The stream of lend before It reaches Hie
nlr, hardens Into a long, thin wire, which
Is nfternurd wound upon n wheel. At times
the epcrture bei omes clogged and the
stream of lead stops. When this happens
the attendant seizes the wiie In his hands
and sets It going again by a sharp pull.
Scanlon was at work Saturday morning
nnd the machine clogged, the reel went on
turning and broke the wire 01T about ten
Inches rrom the die Scanlon reached over
as usual, caught hold or the wire and gave
It a smart pull. All at once there was .111
explosion in the metal receptacle The
whole machine was enveloped In steam
and Scanlon was knocked senseless. When
he regained consciousness he was In an
ambulance on his wn to Bellevuo The
man's arm. which gave him some pain,
was examined b the doctors, who .s ucl
that his elbow was out or joint. Theie
was a little cut about two Inches long ex
tending across Hie arm about three Inclu
above the wrist, but, under the circum
stances, no .mention was paid to it
The usual practice for putting the elbow
banes back Into place w.is resorted to. bur
the piln in the arm cli I not cease. Suncj.is
morning a more thorough examination was
made, and what was thought to be bits nf
broken bono could be f. It above tho Joints.
It was then decided that Scanlon bad a
compound fracture of tin, upper part of the
bones of the roicarm. and a time was set
for an operation Monday morning.
Scanlon was put under thn Influence nf
ether. Dr. Bathbone, assisted by the house
staff, started the operation. The knife with
which the suigeon began to cut away the
flesh that covered the bones had h irdly
penetrated the skin when It struck against
a foreign body th.it the surgeon's delicate
touch detected to he metal.
Fpon further curling, eleven foet, or,
more exactly, 131 Inches, or lead wire was
brought out. The wiie was coiled and
tangled together and broken Into mans
pieces Part of It was lodged between the
two bones or the rorearm. but most was
Imbedded in tho big muscle there and In
small bits about tho elbow Joint. Scanlon'n
arm was evidently bent when the accident
occurred, nnd tho elbow Joint stopped the
wire which had shot out or the machine
under thu rorto of the explosion und pene
trated the arm where the little cut n.is
round, going on by Its own momentum. The
man Is doing well.
i.oNci hK.Ti:s roit mm
The Philosophy and llsglenlrs or Hie Fit
vurlro WlntiT .sport,
Considerable! tluio and Ingenuity novo
been expended recently In tho efforts to
produce a form ot .sltuto which will com
blnn lightness and convenience ot arrange
ment with gieut speed. Tho scientific
principle Involved in this work Is far more
complex than Is generally supposed, nnd,
as outlined by tha Scientific) American,
makes a very Interesting study Speed In
skating Is, of course, attained by thu prop
er application of every particle of motive
power When the skater strikes uut with
his foot ho does not, however, as Is gener
ally supposed, obtain momentum from the
broidsldo pressuio of tho tkuto on tho Ice.
Tho momentum Is gained by 11 gradual
and tnperlns pressure which commences
ut tho head nt tho skate, sluco It Is hero
that the Ireshest and strongest force la up
piled. It will bu seen that tlm momentum
Is Increased, tllvreluiv, by thu pressuru
exerted steadily and firmly outward rrom
tho heel or the skuto to the e.xtremo toe,
Tho pioper way to attain great speed U
to strike out each root as close to the
other its possible, to continue) the stroke
up to the tnc-, and when unco tho extreme
motive power is passed to get tho other
toot in position as quickly ns possible.
The prlmu tactors In producing speed. It
wilt be seen, aio tho full pressuru on tho
leo and tho rapid movement or tho legs.
Working upon this theory, a long, heavy
skuto has been manufactured, with a
blade which extends soveral Inches besond
Success attends every baking with Dr.
Price's Cream Baking Powdei, because It's
lilt Co (Tee Pot 11 Wbl.kj stlli,
JN'usliytllo Amcilcaiit United titans
!?venutj ottlcera made a remarlsublo ells
eovtiiy recently near rigiunce, AJj, At
the home ut it U Williams, peven nillea
east or Lexington in this county, the
otllcera dlseawtcU a moonshine outllt
which consisted ot u ona-uallon coffee
pot ttansformecl Into a still capable of
making- half a tjalloit of whisky a das-,
The still was updated easily unci vvork
vd perfectls It was a unique outfit and
was brought to town und placed cm ?x-
liihltlim liimelleiis vlewlntr it U'illi ..it-
rloslty. Williams, who is accused of be-
nig rue geirrus ,11m mimico. (ne mill,
was brought in town and lodged in jail
nn the chaico of operating an lllie t distillery.
ON TRIAL FOH TREASON,
i.vtnir.LN op iiiuAii 111:1 oitr. 1111:
H.Mt Ol Mill Itl.l't III.IC.
Ilenle" .Ml Knowledge of the Cnnplini,t In
Oierthrnw the (loci mini nt - Her
tlliii.v Pal hi III Id me-Nut
l.llcely tn lie PiniMirlt,
Honolulu, ben vn Han V'"'1'!"'0,
Feb. IS Lilliinknlaril, depojed uuceu of Ha
waii, was nrtdlgncil the Mb llist. on a
ilmrge of ml rton of treason. The orig
inal charge was liencon She Is repre
sented b.v Paul Neumann The llrst day
was filttcted uwas by the argument of
couinel, who objected to the com I nt eveiy
turn. Ills ubjcvtlo'i" were oveiruled in
ever.i instance Aflet the cli.uge was rend
the mutter went oicr for n ds. The case
was culled again tho tiny before jestcrd.iy.
The iep,iel mtiiiiirelt refused to plead, su
11 plea of hot guilty was (titered The woik
uf ex-imlulni; witnesses wus gone nn with
nnd enough ev Id uce secured to prole to
an Impartial uhsi-ivcr that she was aware
the ii'jelllou wus lo be stiiittd. The most
dn minting cvldctue that Is to he brought
iiguinst hoc will be bur itiuinil dhuy,
which wus rout! I in hot lesldoiice nftel' her
arrest. Whether this Is introduced mid
made publle at hei trial depends veiy much
upon the luurse pursued bj her unmsel In
defending lu-i vise. The e.x-eUeen re
folded her thoughts, de-ires and Impres
sions freels In her dl.ny Anions, thu en
tries made during last summer was one
"lilting: ".l. ij. Cuter called to-iuiy and
deducted President Cleveland's prc-eiit to
tnc" What this pio'etit was is not stuttd.
I I' to the time or the return or the special
connnllon, which Went to U .ihIiigtoti to
Inter view I'lcsldnit Clcviliml, the cx
iiueon roc ends In rsclr ns taiurlng a waiting
poll", "'null lent that the- Ametlruu iiduiln
ist irlbm would Inieifeie in bet lululf
.vricr President Cleveland's answer to the
I'oiiiinlssiiiu sin. hecuirc more iip.gieslvi
am began tu iMcn Ultb growing favor
tn those uiitlug un upii-ing un tin. part of
the natives lludolpli Sfire c kels called lo
see her often and K represented as ad
vising her to tight It nut. She did not
agree vvllh him until during his last slid
In Horruliilii, he indicated rhni she could
get plentv of moriP In San Fraiu Ise o lo
bus anus and i.rrr out a succe-shil rebel
lion, lie Is uKi represented as u willing
agent or her ladyship
The last enny on the dlarv was made
I'eceinber Cs, Ixsf and closed with: "Signed
eleven eommlsslons to-d i " These wcie
I he commissions ror the olllcers of the new
government, lc-fcrre.l to In the testimony
or hr private secretary. The documents
have been canceled or destruved, and her
nttninc) has iiidoavorcel to prove that they
While the tilal nf the ex-cpieen was In
progress ester dav she was placed on the
stand In her own behalf 'lire direct exam
ination was cnntlneil to an allejcd ronver
inllorr between her and Charles Clark,
who testllled that he Informed her or the
proposed rebellion. She denied that nny
such conversation look place. After her
examination was concluded a statement
written by her was tiled.
Olleen I IPs Mlircliicnl.
11 commences with a history since the
time she was deposed and goes on to sav
"The movement undertaken bv Hie Ha
waiian" last month was iib"iluii'lv com
menced without my knowledge, sanction,
coivent or assistance, diiectly or Indlrei tlv,
and this fact Is In tiulh well knimn to
those v ho took part In It. I received no
Infni matlon from nnj one In rgnid tn
arms which were to be procured nor of
any men who wro Induced to Join In any
such uprising 1 do not know vvhv this
Information should have been withheld
from irre, unless It was with a view to my
personal "afetv or as a preeaul tonal j
measure It would not have received mv
-auction and I can assure the gentl men of
the conimlston that had I known of anv
such Intention. I would have dissuaded the
promoters rrom Hindi a venture. I lit t I will
add that, had 1 known It, their eerets
would hnve been mine and Invlolatels pre
"That I Intended to change my cabinet
nnd to appoint cettaln olllcers nr the kini.
dorn. In the event of a restoration. I will
admit, but that 1, or anv one known to
me had. In port or In whole, established a
new gnviiniuenr. is not true. Iterore the
L'lth uf .Innuiciv. is''', the da- upon which
I formnllv abdicated. I prevailed upon my
people m recognize the republic as the only
lawful government of these Islands unci In
support th.it government, t claim that I
hnil a right to select n cnblnet In anticipa
tion of such a possibility, and tin htstnrv
of oilier governments support this right 1
was not Intimidated Into abdicating, but
tollowed the coun-el of able and generous
friends and will wisheis who 'ulvlsed me
thai sin h an net would ri store peace and
good will among mv people I acted nr
ins own fn e will and wish the world to
know I have no Immunity nr favor mjself
nor plead my abdication as i petition for
mens 1 must denv s'oui right to trv m
In the manner which voir have called to
gether fin this purpose "
The military court will probably bring In
a verdict of uullts In the case nf the t
ipiocn, notwithstanding her denial. Sen
tence will be passed, but It I" not be
lieved she will be Imprisoned, but will be
nllowed rreedom on her own recognl;.
The next ci"e to be tit il wl'l be that of
Jonah Kanlonnnle. He was n prince under
the monarch) and was to be king In case
the rebellion was successful. The queen
was In abdicate in Ills favor, In ordi r to
keep Princess Kniulanl from the throne
This fait Is well known bs the Cngllsh
P D Walkrr has lodged a protest with
the British commissioner. Walker I" the
owner uf the schooner Not man that ar
rived iccentls from Victoria with n cati,o
of s.ilmnn. The authorities believe slip
landed n load of opium on one nf the Isl
and" Thev refuse tn allow Walker to
leave tho country.
Aunecatlon ( lab-.
A number of prominent native and half
un-ics are making arrangement, ru form
political clubs nil over the "slands. Annot
ation I the aim of the organization The
government Is collecting pvld.iicc nmlnst
Itudolph SpreckeK but no move will be
made In his ease until the iiutboiltles am
absolutely certain he was mixed up In the
A rumor was started fn.ilav to the effect
that Cnil Wlileniann. William Orelir and
lauds Mnrrhnll, three men convict rl nf
treason, weie to be deported to-day along
with a number nf others When told or
the rumor a cabinet ntlicer stated thut
there was no tiuth In the storv. Ho said
theie was Intention or deporting them. At
thn last moment however, It was deter
mined to send Wldemnnn nivny, nnd he
was put aboard the Mariposa ror Sin
Francisco,-with another man named Will
On the steamer Australia. leaving bore
on the 53d. a number of men now undei
arrest, will be allowed to leave the eoiin.
trs with the understanding they cannot
return without permission of the govern
menr In thu meantime an net will be
passed tn cover their eases Among the
men who will he allowed to leavo aro:
James Brown, Fred Wundenherc, flconm
Hitman, John White. Charles Crelghtnn. H.
H Thorn-is and F II Benwnid White
nnd Illtimn made the dynamite bombs
that were to bo used Ptir."nn and Crlegh
ton were both cabinet olllcers at ono time.
Wundenberg was formerly postmaster gen
eral. From a government source It Is
learned that both John F. Bowler and V
V Ashford have been round guilty or nil"
nrlslon of treason. I'p to rids date the- mil.
Hnry court has disposed of slxts'-flvo cases.
They convicted slxts'-lwo men. acciulttcd
two, and one case, that of the cpreen. Is
The fact Is never iiuestlonpii that Prb e's
Cream Baking Powder Is absolutely pure
SUM I! KANSAS PBNSHIN CASBs.
Sin. .Maiignld, nf Curhouihile, I'biied mi the
i.l. t by Vote,
Washington, Feb, 13. (Special,) Itopre.
sentative CurtU culled up and bad pissed
In the house In-nlght the bill placing .Mis,
Salonui Mangold, of Carbondalc, on the
pension roll. Thts (s a noted pension ease
us It Is claimed that the husband died at
St. Jo.eph In W, but this fnct could nut
be established and seven special exam
iners had made reports on tho case.
As It U uruleof the jnesldont to never
sign a pension bill, but allow them to be
come a law by limitation, unless vetoed,
this u the lint night or pulsion work
ihU scSJlun when bill will become a law
ThU pructleully HIIU. ths bill eranitns
a pension lo the widow ot the late ex
Uovernor Martin, of Kansas
The Kan .members received to-da
a Julnt ltuolutlou of this Kansas legislat
ure urging the passnge or a bill to rank
elitflble to pensions rhe Eighteenth and
Nineteenth Kansas reslments.
An errort is being made to effect the
passage ot the pending bill covering that
Hoard nf Kdtiiatlciu.
The board of education will meet to-night
to discuss th preliminary sketches, tor the
new publlo library, to be submitted by
Architects W. V Hackney and Adrlanc
' the kickapoo agreement,
, lllll liitliidtlMd tu llepi.ll the It lllll" "
Hon hi Iti pre-i nlnllle BilMiiek-
I he Iti ,ttuis 1 herefnt,
Vu!iltigli,ii, F,i s -(Special i Itopre
sonliitlvo lhtlroik ,r Wisconsin has In
Iroilllced a b.lt to Up .tl lue r utillc atldn cr
the agreement with tin- KlcltapOi) Indians
fot Ih-lr res, rv ctio-i. Tin bill wun pp -
p.tied by the commissioner of tho general
l.tlld nlllce, who. It will be ici'all'd. Is from'
vt isconsln, irlsn, snd who did the wotlt
tinder the direction of the secretniy of the
Mr. H.ibcock, being asked bv his friend,
the eolnliilssliuiei nf the bind utllce, to
Introduce the bill, did so. If the bill dos
nut go through, the sceretnrv of the In
icrlor will h., furtli, i- fortified in hi" po
slllott nf not opening the reservation to set
Dement bv the fact that n bill was pend
ing In celiics to n n ill the approval nf
the agreement, on account or rr.iud. ns he
il ilnis, Indulged in b the commissioners
making the agiietnent with the Indians.
In securing this nsiecnient, the eomml"
Blotl liegotl itlug vvllh the Kickapoo In
dians eniplojed Captain John T. Hill to
old llic Indians in the negotiation". For
his services, ns Die bib shows, lllll re
ceived, under the recommendation nr the
secretary or the Interior, J5.H" This was
P tlil mil of the tronimy fot the services
of n man In look urter the ttitoiests ot the
Indians. Wun all this precaution, und
ufter the agreement had been approved,
Mow It Is I'lnlmed by wav of nroi intln,i
Don that fraud was rommltteii on the In
dians, nnd i In whole matter should be
The bill will be h dlv fougit bv lielcg.ite
lTynn. who Is being utged bv the settlers
to have the reservation opened to nct.Ie
ment ns soon as possible There Is little
doubt but the bill will lie met with uni
versal condemnation by the people of that
M:citr.r.ttv iii:i:iii.i:t ti:i.ivi:its an
aim. i: ami p. i ismrtc pi:r.('ii.
.A Wiirni t.iinlngy nf President Lincoln
W ltllll Guild Altrednte nf sr(1 ttnr
llcnilersnn the Porprlulty
nr free I list It lit Icll".
PhlhulelpV l. Pi, Feb F. -Til. Penrrsyl.
vanla Seolch-trNh Society held Its sixth
annual biuquet nt Die lintel Bellevue to
night. A l.n'e air.iv o dlslini'irlslrrd
gnosis atti nded
The speakers of the evening were See ic
tus of the Nnvy Herbert, I'nltcd Slntes
Senator Mnncleion. of Nebraska, nnd Itep
lesenlntlies Hatch, of .Missouri and Oros
vtiior. of Ohio. Colonel A. K. McCluie
picslded. Secretary-Herbert was (he first
speaker. He said In pan "When I le
celvi'd the kind Invitation Son "out me M
Join sou In this dinner, I w.v- glad to c
copt It, Tor there Is a mart strain of lu-h
blood In my veins, and a somewhat ."mall
et one of Scotch, and I felt that I e mltl
i I ilm kindled here and have that claim al
lowed. "Not onls, Mr. Ptcsldcnt. me we de
si ended from the vers lust slock, but we
me Improve lueuts on that stoi k. Heinle
men. arisim rac.v. a" It is muler'tiad In
Hurnpe i cunttais to the lettet ind gen
ius ol our Institutions, and no man her,
would have It otherwise Vet theie I" a
pilde of race, n in lite of arret Nil) and lln
eug, l li.it is laudable, ennobling thu lifts
m n up to be of lho rimes but little lowet
than the augeli ale; that Is the verv bfi
and bieith of our Institutions w hi, li exist
aril whli h can exist nnl.v when founded
upon tin virtue and conservatism of tin
Popl, who sustiln and ndmlulste i tlnnr
"Wh 'ii I was a bos In rhe Smith tb
totinlatlons nf social lite Noith and Siuth
w. ij -n willed di-slmll.ii that the dot rr un
wi fimlliarly might (hat the lln, Fil
iating Vmcilca lulu two peoples nail bun
drawn by the suivcsors. Miiuu mid Dixon,
iiuisN the continent Horn east to w,st,
but Dial line nf ,1 inurkatlon exists no long
er it bus in en wiped nut forever.
"I do not think there Is nnv more strik
ing illrisli.itlnn of the leal sentiment In the
fiuiiir to-iuiy than the irlTee tionaic and
c iinflnunllv growing levcrence In that
Mellon for the memoiv or Lincoln,
who. 1 believe, was nf Scotch-Irish blub.
Born In a sieve state, icared In a tree
state, Abraham Llm oln was tin- sphit in
ourn.it. of tin- snuggle rnr the preservation
of tho 1 ulutr sl.iveis or no slaver v.
"'If.' he vviiire In Horace Oreeles. '10
preserve tin Fnlun It Is necissmy to pte
sene slivers. I am for rhe preservation
nt slavery' Fonuuateh It was nidalned
tint slavetv wns tn go down With Alirn
h inr Lincoln the 1 niuu was, indeed the
paramount object ot p.itilnti, deslte
"I beard iccentls nn anecdote which 1
don t remember to have seen In print. It I
uttiibut'-d In Sen nor Henderson Verv
'mis In the ell II war, extremists began
to urge Pit'sldeiit Lincoln in Issue a proc
l.im'itlon to irbnllsh slaverv Mr. Lincoln
was "low In making up ills mind. Whip
the mutter wns still under e onsider.itlon
the pic"c-ut ex-Sciritoi Henderson Weill It,
ice the president at the Whlti I loir-. . Jusr
as Mr Sumner was l-avlng Mr Lincoln
said. 'Henderson, did sou meet Sumner
urn tlreru at the doot "'
" 'Yes. s '
" 'W"II. thnt man comes here once a
das There are tlnee ol them who have
enter ed Into a combination to compel me
to Issue a proclam uion emancipating the
slaves. Thev went It done now. whether
I think tip time Is come or not. Ben Wide
conns e-uly In the morning, .Sumner comes
at nuou and Tlml Ste-vens come" u night
I've gotten so I hale the sight of them,
livers time I lay eves on one of them
I think about th" bov who was put tn
lending the Bible ,ct school and got
stumped when ho came to the names of rhe
men who walked through tho Hers fur
nace He real nlong gltblv enough until
he came to those names; then be halted
The t. a, her scolded htm but it was of n
use lie tioiimed him and still the bov
i ould not get out the mimes Th, n the
le.ichet shoutiMl "Shadr.n h. .Meslrae nnd
Abidnego. s-oti dunce; skip them and go
along" Ami the bov read along veiy
tuiouihly rur a page anil then all at once
broke eml crvlng "What's the matter."'
said the teacher and the bov blubbered
nut "Here comes tin in infeiuii three fol-
"Lincoln was pirlent and kindly and
lirnnl-luartil enough tn do Justice to the
motives and ro the valor even nf hlc cue.
tides, when thev had nrius In their linnets
It was on looking over the battlefield nf
ib'tts'sburg that ho snld. In reply to an of.
Ilecr who hud unnrhed thu tb" Ameri
cans who held those heights would live In i
history: 'That is true but the Americans
who charged thoe heights vlll lil-o live In
history ' " I
In conclusion. He rotary Herbert tuH:
"The time has n.ieed when might makes I
light, whether for Indlvldifils nr for na
tions, our national government must do'
that which Is right unto all its people and
in all tho nitloirs and nil the rulers on tho
earth, great and -iiihII and thus will the,
government bo like the tiry set nn n hill,
fair to see nn example to all the world
of the wl'dom the lusrloe nnd the bound-!
les In notlcouce or fue Institutions " ;
Save money by using Dr Price's Baking ,
Pnndei It's most economical because it's I
absolutely pure '
MISSOURI HAPPENINGS, j
St Joseph, Mo., Feb. II, (Special ) Henry
KounU, an old Herman, was found cloud
to-day In a mlsei.iblc hovel, at tho coruur
of Third and Duncan streets The coroner
s.iSH his death wns catistd by I inter and
i old. NothlDB cjii lw learned o. Ids rcla. !
Sedullu, Mo, Feb 15. (Special i John
Diy, lh cotond cx-touvlct, who hulls thn
championship as a sneak thief, having I
committed burglars lit this city thirty-six'
Hiiuh Inside of tell days, pleaded guilty
to-day to fifteen casts of petit lureeus, und I
wns sent to Jail fur 1M days, At the ex.
pliatlun of that time Im will be tried In thoi
criminal court on ihlrts -six charges of
burglary and grand larccns', ,
Versatile, Mo, Feb. 13. (Special.) Tho
Fcbiuary term of lho Morgan county cir
cuit court was opened 5" store! ly by Jirelgti
W W, Bucker. The term should hivo
commenced on the ilh Inst., but the Judge
having Inipoitant business to tiaii ict else
where, with the consent of the bar post
poned the ternr until j't'steplas-. Both
civil and criminal docket will be laht.
Highest of nil in Le-ning Power, Latest U.S. Gov't Report
WEEKLY REVIEW OF TRADE
nm otiM.tri i.s iiiotK tin: path ro
liny rr thrip liirtn Product" nnd lt-
Irlrlcd Opfrttlntis In the Mmiufscttir-
leg tiiiltiMrlfs i iiullilenee Aided
lit tr""itloii uf fluid Kxpurt".
New York, Feb. 1.1 -it O Dun A Co.'i
neekls lev lew of trade rtj. Anothr
wtek s exports of gold nnd withdrawals
from the treasurs have been almost fn
tlrely stopped by tl c contract fur pur
chases of gold f loin Messrs. Belmont and
For the tuuinent btislnesr. only wnlU lo
know whether sales or American MrtirlllM
nnd withdrawals or gold from tho treasury
have been lastingly slopped by the le
rnark.iblo Increase nf confidence.
The two obstacles which block the path
Just now are ex. ceding cheapness of rami
prodiii ta nnd restricted operations In lho
Industrie There has been no gain la
pile es of farm prodii, ts uu the whole; corn
Is iiomlnnlls t-o higher, but with Insignifi
cant movement, while wheat, also, with
movement hardly half of last sear'-, Is a
',i lower for the week Cotton, with con
tinuing Intge receipts, temalns unchain, si.
Few words I'll the old Mi.r I'll, e irti
ctop Is undi'tilnblv short, although probn
Ills n much l.ug. r suppls than iilllel.il tc
poits Indicate Wheal and cotton supplies
are so Mr In hind the world's demands, that
exile me tow prices nrc natural ni.d any
spieul itUm ror iidvutae Is greatlv hnrull
i.ipprd. Uestihted purchases by the West
ind South nattiiuUy result.
Conllnmd dullness Is reported In cottons
and a i eduction or prices by the Amoskcac
mills causes some hesllatlou.
Ti.i.lo us woolens is bs no mean" sail"-
fa. tor, though Inlrl Intge volume m
medium and low giadcs. but prlci s hav
been genitalis reduced and competition
with i heap rorelgn goods Is telt t'Ouievv hat
more. .-'ali3 of wool continue within about
a sixth of a week's norm il supply for
Fiutern mill". ninnm.tltiR to S.Wx'.triS pounds
or which .",MV'."-.0n weie domestic. Fins
fleece are not sttotigei and sale s or DMn
X.. ate ipioli d at p.ic
Fcllnies foi the wick weie 170 111 thl
I'liup I S?!:iti. against SI last yeir.
(ii:i)i:i(s mm si i.mii.a i i:p.
Mllel VVeictbi.' t'nlluwlug the Mnrui" tlnrf
Sin f nereis,, ltuliies-.
N"W Votp, Feb l." Br.idstteet sas:
Milder mid pleusuiier wt.itb r following
the s.tere sroini" and exttcm Is low i m
peratuie ha vi with f xn i'ion, failed
to stlmullte urd'is ft i s, t am tide goods
or the dl'lrlbii'lve mowim lit genet. ills.
Jnnuiiry give unlti'ts of railways, In
dicate the bottom has iii.,i tone he I, hut
theie are sh.ns nf Impreiv emont .1 ntn
p ins lug thorn. It- turns fiom U.l American
nnd Me.xlcin rellroad companies lo Brnd
street'n cover in! issj miles nf track .ind
lit. li.'i.OOO of gross earnings In Jantiars, a
falling nIT of 3-10 or 1 per cent ftom Jan
ir.ii v of last ve.ii. In which month there
was a decrease of 1." per cent from thn
total In January, !-:! The decrease In
.lauunis earnings of railroads In tho I'nlted
.slates uloue Is t-lu of 1 pel cent.
The pool est showing Is made b.i ths
ginnrets, but dee teases reported from,
.latiiuti coinings u eai ago bv F.istern.
Southern und Puollle groups of loads. Cen
tral Western roads, coalers and South
westerns anuouni e gains in .lunuurs ir
list s-ai A signlllcnnt feature Is thut
mot e than one-hair of Die companies re
port gains for .Innuiry thl" .ve.cr over
l.iii .,. l.iii tlm,.! n t ,i out ill ii nit irn nfti
i (.".( ST-il.li 'Mil IIP "" 111V -I III tit (It" It V .-
set b n few h"uvy tl, creases.
Prices on the whole have maintained a
position ol nlitlve steadiness. Live ittlo
mil hogs ,u,. higher, due tn Imniovetnent
1.. t...,,.... ,ln,n., ..1. I .llw.llM.. ft. Cllltl
III IHCll I II ',lt,l,,l, ..,.'. .IT- . ... .-..,...
nt Western points Indian coin is up
llghtlv. Lead Is also higher Prices am
unchanged for oat", pork, cotton, iron and
steed, but blenched coitons have sold lower
it sum,, point" the low, st on record
Wlu.it Is also nlf on additional evidence
of h, avler supplies, both at home nnd
abrnnd than anllclpited Copper, law
sugar and 1 ird me also lower. Tho oulv
noteworthv gain of volume nf sales at
staple moi chandlse at large Fastorn coll
iers bis boon div goods, aside from cotr
tons, foreign dices woolens being most
2.(Nt..()iM) liusliels, iv.u yearn .11411 11 11,11
.l.i)sn,i) bushels, and in the second week
of Fi'hruurs, p'.'. it wus l.tU-'.W) bushel"
IllVlf CI, i:IIINC.S,
llnsliicss or (lie Until." ill the Prliiclpul
Cldes Hie Pnst V(IT.
The following table, omplled by Brad
street's, shows the total clearances at tln
principal , Ities nnd the percenrage of In
crease or decrense, ns compared with tha
coi responding week last year.
Lxpotts of whent (Hour Included as)
wheat), both coasts of the Fnlted States,
for the past six business ilns will probab- I
Iv be I'har.ictcil-cil as dlsapnolnllng.
a'mountlng to 011I5 ".37J.rl bushels This
total, while &32.i-V bushels larger than III
the week befoie. Is rather below the week
Iv average In previous months Hut ono
v'e.nr ago the 1 oticspondlng rotnl wns onlv
2.(C..ftii bushels, twu years ao It was
I (-1TIFS. Ideal lugs) Inc Dee.
New Yotk 'jtV.,lVi,irts 1
Chicago j 7O."7.-..0ls 1 3
lloston ' 7.1.777.3D7 I
Phllalelphla 1 5iOIS,ir. si
St. Louis "st.ill.r-so .
Sin Francisco I U,si:,75i) 10
Baltimore 1 lO.an.KU!1 19 1 ., .
Flushing I lu,.i.7,.M, . I')
CiiiLlnniill ll.ls.-i.siio' CI
K insiis Cits 7,Ss.!,0Vt .. tin
New Di leans il.WI.fd5l. .. Cs.n
Muffalo !..T.."nJ . . 7 3
Mllwaukee r,,ic,l,r y, 3
Detrnii 5,59. ,C,7!" 1C U
Louisville (i.u.H.)J ... S a
Mlnneiipolls I.1J..77J 1!) 7
iimaha n, .-,:: 1.1 . JOS
Provldciico 4, 117,1111 U I
Cleveland OH.-s-"i 1-
llousion 1,971.1"'. Wl
St. Paul .1.61."..si.' 1st
Denver ..T-.Ti 17
Culuurbii.s 2,7V.,luiJ 1 7 .
llnrtfoul I.iVj9,1J1 si
Itlclrmoud .',C"l,u:o; 2 5
-WtishliiBlon I.SSl.rstil nil
Dallas ,9II,.-Ii tul
St. Joseph l.I.l.- .. 1:7
Peorl 1 l.idX.Wi b.t .
.Memphis l.UI.SH 113
Portland, Ore 1,?7i!..'.Ui IT,
Huchister l,S'j.,.01, Jli, ...
Nuw Haven l,..7,0ti ,i .
Savannah ,ir.j,(i7'il II I
Spilngtleld, Mass l,li7,fl .. ..
Worcester M,tft 35
Portland, Me 1.11..K7.' 11 J
Atlanta SW.-XI .. Sl.l
Fort Worth I I.ls.,3J r.l 2 . .
Waco l,u)l,il 10.(.
Syi.ncu-e , "IS.Ni. . . .!
Des Moines M5.577 .. -..
(Itatul Baplds 710,74') 0 1)
Seattle ' li'U'e. .. . ;"!
Lowell 1 WV.M7!.. . A I
Wilmington, Del .... ill,Sj 1") 0
Notfolk 7J't.7tV,,. ... 12 a
Sioux City C.I.C75,.., J5,j
Los Angeles ICl.scll 25.0, ,. .
Tacoma ." ' SI,
ts.iKln.iw-, Mich '.';u.ib2 ... ta.
Spokane 3J,S! . . s :i
Lincoln rsi.s.sc; . .",7
New Bedford Sll.ujj ... I'l.J
Wichita , .-..,&u0 7.7. .
Birmingham ",1SJ .. , ,
Topeka 410.3117 17...
Lexington, Ky :'.'.',520 .'.r. .. ,
BiiiKhampton ' 271. Hi LSI ,,.,
Nashville .S"y.'K SSl. .,.
UalVfslon 3.IV!.il-i . UA
hilt Lake I l.lH.uiO -M.l ...
Stiong and cpilck in action Is Dr. I'ilce'4
Baking Powder. It's absolutely pure.
Vlcxlcu Itc members thn Need.
Jle.xlco, Mo., Fob, 13,-lSpcclal.) Mexs
luu's couucll held a meeting this motnlns
aird provided work for tho poor and up.
employed. Thoy will bo put to breaking
rock, ut M cents n yard. 'IhU Is .1 com
mendable move, as the city will need tho
rock for macadam. An entertainment was
held ut Hardin college chupel (or the bene
fit of the Nebraska sufferers, and ono at
the opera house, tor the home poor. Neat;
.11111 were realized on both occasions.