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TE -REPrTCLTC SUNDAY. JAXFATIY 7,1000.
ooocxoKtt fF"w WWWWiVW 'AAAVA mug HVAi.f!3 IIDfrcnifcl'C ' RYAN-CLARKSON'8 STOCK Goes on Sale To-Morrow. BANKRUPT PI110ES IN EVERY DEPARTS. MEBftii 5J8ifisayiy y P ues un oaie i o-svsorrow. i BANKRUPT PRIOES IN EVERY DEPARTH'T. t -" - i i , , Tftffw yw Hi "V MAX S'""'" TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. HL'SINKSS. Discount rates were 5 to per cent for call and time loans. Clearings. Jl.742,030. lalances, JB19.321 New ork exchange. Mi premium bid, 73c premium askesl. New Or leans. 10o dlocoun bid. par asked, Iuis nile. par bid. 23c premium asked: Chicago. 1'V premium bid, 23c premium asked; Cin clrnatl. 10c discount bid, par asked. The local wheat market closed lower at 6V b. Jan.. 70Sc b Vhj. GSic Julv. T2372ljc No. 2 red Corn closed stead at 3V n. Jan. 31c b. May. ?.lU31'sc No 2 white Oats closol at lie n. Jan. 2140 a. Maj, H'cNo 2 At Chicago wheat cJcscel lower at Cie n Jan . fiSVqvW.e May. f.S-,l7G?e July. Corn i !o-ed at JSW,? Jan . 33U-53Sc Maj 32o July. Oats closed at 22c n. Jan . 2CUe Mnv Tho local market for standard mo pork closed steady at 3 73 for old and at ill 25 for new. Primo steam lird closed firm at 6 fa. cnoice at 5 63c Tie local ppot cotton market deed B'eidy local, and sununnAN. Seven cars werei pmashed In a freight t reck on tho AVabiph Kallroid at Granlto ,ii 111. The poultry show closed, after the most n. essful exhibition of the kind ever given ir St Louis. warrant was issued ng.iln.st H Winn. c , irglng him with shooting Saloonkeeper 2'i 'sticker early Saturday morning. Xdmlral Dewey has nreepted the invlta t i to visit St Louis. He and Mrs Dewey v bo hero tho first week In May. Msi Lucy Hadgcr, daughter of former ! etlve Badger, mimed Hortor William .Beck of Springfield. Mo. at that city. William I.uttko. a laborer, was held up bv a footpad, but did not loe his w.ek's wages, because the monej was In his dinner pill "Senor dl Quarry." tho amiuln(t Spaiih trlekster. asked for J2.0W for an "mphan pirl, ' whom lie reprtnted to bo the heir to J2S0jirt. Jin Vlrllda Uutherfori was awakeneil bj a bunrlar. who preed a noH'r KKain.it her head After terrlfjlrtr her foi some time, while she r'ained her cjni- I Twure, hed?iarted ' Burton C Newcomb suttaiucl reveie i l.uni! on H 1. inda as a result of ;ne . - j IiIoIon of a lamp. He tried to c.tir-. the ! blazl-r lamp out of the hniro of Ioter t Mile.- at Old Orchard j A movement wn started by a tumhr of j County Superintendent": of I'.ibilc SchooK j to ahoIiFh teaU.er"' f.umirr Ins"ltute. It. it jienny ni utrnion. oi iouis i tunt;. oripirated the .ultutlon. Anron Wolf-'xlin. who vns reporte-J to Uio coramiltcd suicide, and nhcw -up-posed ldj was lilentl:le.i nt Is Anselc. ."al . uirlved In St. I.ot!l-. .mil inist thit li- was the man who took out tho h.xur nnee policj. but docs not know anjtliin? about the man who naj found dead. GHNnitAL DOMESTIC. A settlement has been m.tdn for a siive bought forty years at;u The winter eourfC In horticulture and cj?rlcu!ture liaj begun at the staf Unlicr It. Kentucky Democrats are confident of win ning their (outlet: for Governor and lieu tenant Goernor. The dcifen' of Julia Mornson. S!i ac tress, on trial for her life at Chattanooga, will plead inanitv. In the Nonml School detiate at Varren--bur? the pnzis were won nj ISert 17. M.ri illt and It. K. Stewart Four prisoners, e-aped fiom the DunLlIn County Jail Ltlfr rewards are oiTircd tor tho capture of two of tlum Governor Tanner of Illinois hacalIo.l ftir the resignations of the trustees of the Western Illinois Normal S-hool. Uobert Meiens. chained with complicity In tho Humphries lynchinc. In Texas, a.s oonilcted and sentenct-J to prison for life Henry llrunot plcd"d auilt to the mur der of his aunt, near Pana III.. last April, cot a Ufo sentence. His mother was dU- KW00XC000 TO-M0 ll Mll'lf LUiiUdilll mm m fill rHiMnllll lllwwi ia At their old stand Broadway, Washington avenue and St. Charles street, A MOST EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN EVENT or which the public has been eagerly waiting. Every dollar's worth of this GRAND, HIGHCLASS STOCK of MERCHAN DISE, aggregating $100,000.00 and OVER, to be closed out at once, without reserve, at pZZ ?, ? eVr ag",n.n.wy Sl!cn an opportunity occur to secure such high-class and reliable goods for such little money, tzvery lady 'in St. Louis and vicinity is perfectly familiar with the HIGH CHARACTER of MERCHANDISE that this concern carried Ao trash or passe styles ever found lodgment under the roof of this store. The stock must be converted into cash as Speedily as possible. THIS IS PEREMPTORY. To accomplish our purpose we have lowered the prices in every department to such an extent that the bargains we will offer you are simply amazing. It will pay every one within a radius of one hundred pvpdv nn?? 1JlaJraZi Visit every tePtment of this establishment, and also come well prepared to buy, for EVERY DOLLAR YOU HAVE 70 INVEST WILL DO THE WORK OF THREE IN THIS SALE TO-MORROW. vvwnwvntww vn, charged d.ij hlbley will bo tried next "Wcdnes liurfjlars Mw open a safe shortly after noon In an oflleo huildin? In yulney, III . and eocapej with $lw in cash and JS)fX) In notes of the St Alojsius Orphan So ciety. WASHINGTON Several wltness testified at the inves tigation of the bribery charges against Sen ator Clarl: of Mont ma. The hearing In the Itoberta rase will be closed nxt Vedno-d.iy. The defendant fin lahed his argument yesterday. Charles Claflin Alltn. Assistant City Coun selor of St. I,oiiK submitted an .irgum-nt ag.dnst trusts before tho Industrial Com mission The Navy Department his reeeUed an interesting report from Ciptain Ietry. de tailing bit work in civilizing the natlns of Guam. Ileprosentitiin CnldwtH of Illinois faj-s that h proli-il.ly will be a emdldate for re nomlnotlon and denies that he is heeklng the guncrnatoilal nomination. It is announcid that the I'nlted State.s bae no concern In Trance's naal dtmon stratlnn. precipitate.1 ovr Santo Iomlngo's refusal to p.ij an old debt. roui:iGN The Pofe has indicated '"ardlml Gottl rs his choice for his j-jec -sor. I-ady Sirah Wlls-on Ins hid come thrill ing adventures with th liters in the Tr.innvaal and Hnglish rcitty nows refers to hT as the modern Joan ef Arc, SPOKTING. Iortor Vnuchnn a S2-to-l shot, won tho Audubon Handicap at New Orleans. Tbe winners at New Orleans itotterdam. Kindred. Our Nellie. Doete.r Vauchan .in-l ubadim. The winners at Tanforan -Albert Hald win. Sofali. Ited Pirate. Daisy I".. Hlo hlce and Chimura UAIMtOADS. A meeting of passenger agents his been cal'e-d. to take place Tuc.diy nt Chicago. Tho Misonurl Itulro-iel CommNslone-rs Bae a hoarin under tho Wight train-eon-nccti-in law at MoVrlj. important appointments lme been d cidrd 1 pon In the q. neril otlires of the Chi cago Milwiiikee and St. Iii It is reported thtt r.Wrt PinHndera will e..m- to this country and . ttle In the Nortl:wtt .1-, pr..-nN. ir work b the- rail roads. Guy M. Unilsav Ins 1 -on appointed chief elfik in the olllec of Vice President and G-n-rnl Mar.iger AII-n of the' M. K & T , -t Jiailas. Te I larint- Iit(eIligence. :.!erpoo! Jan C -Arrived I'nmiiinU. from New Vi-l'. YolMham.1. Jin fi -Arrived prcvlouslv Steamer C'iptf. . Sm rraucUco, via Hono 1 .In for Ho-ig-ie,r,!,- Nev- r. J-m C -Sailed. Thingvain. e'e'penhigec. !e "h-roourg. Jan. f. Sailed St Paul, from Peuithamp'on (New Yeirk) Hong-Kong. Jan. . Arrived previously ity of 1-ublin. Tacoma. via lolinliwin, St Irene, same. Urisbare. Jan. fc. Sailed. MIowern Van coin cr. Shimoiiki. Jan. 5. Sailed: Vi-torious. Chemalnus. Havre. Jan. 6 -Sailed: Ia Gascogne, New York Antw.-rp. Jan. -Sailed: rreklnnd. New York I.lverrcol. Jan CSal!ci: I7tnirla. New York. New York. Jnn fi. Sailed- Phoenicia. Hamburg. St.itendam. Hotterd im. via ilm bgn lii.eer.stown. J.-.n fi Arrived: I'ltoin. ISoMon fo- Liverpool N'ew .rk. Jan fi.-Arrled Helgravia. Hamburg. ii Champapre Havre 17npepsin Tablets Promote digction and cure dyspcp.Ii. I Priee riftv eVnts. Sold b all druggists j u..u , n,, .i,i.-i,ii,( jiuaiaoite 10 give im mediate relief and perm it.entl) cure -tom-a-h irregularities mdige-stlon in.l dvpep si." Mone returned in ill Instances where thev fail Korwardeel hj mnll en ree-cipt of lurehasc price b the Kupepsia Co- 121 Clark avenue. St. Loul-, Mo. -Adv. ORN ifi .nrwvwvwwwBECINS lIRw SCHULZ O BROADWAY, WASHINGTON AVENUE AND MICHIGAN STATE OFFICERS INDICTED Cluirgod liv tho Orand Jurv With I'.rilx'rr, Solicitinp I'.rihos and Knilio.zlcincnt. APPOINTEES OF THE GOVERNOR. Invostiejation Pororod Ptato and I.Of,'isI.Uivo Dcp.irtmiMits Only Work .May I'o Contin ued ill Near Future. T.inslnr. Mleh.. Jin. C -The Ingram County Grand Jury, vvlilih creiti',1 a serifs of sortitions bv bringing bills or Indict ment charging several St ite olilrers with fl igr.mt criminal ofrenf.es. adjourned to- eiay. the term eif oflleo e,f Pcrs.n. who summoned th expired Circuit Judge Jurj. hnvlrg In their final report to the court the Juror-, said: "Our entire sf..-gon his been devoted to investigation of State anl legislative de partments Certali offenses against the law have been discovered and Indictments found other misdemeanors pirti.illy ex amined Into havo not beei fully Investi gated for the reann thit to hive done si would havo required tho abandonment of the cases In h nd Judge Weiat. successor to Julgp Person, in dis. barging the Grand Jury, sild "I im convire-d th it much good would remit if jou might continue in seslii 1" nger." but as the next term of this court 'pens Mmid. v at Iw,n and you were ended for tile :-eotemler term nt I.inilng. 10 avoid .1.v irestion as to the valllltv of vour pro, e elinc I deem it b.-t to dW e hirgf v,u " As Indi, atlng Cat further inveitigations will be made by a Lew Grand Jury. Judge " "X toward has no bilne. on tlie bench. A nlh 1I1 ,v devolvenl ui-in Judge Person, who 1 jib I ihe j, rv He met It A high utv divolvrd up ,:i jou You have n-et it j iiis.il ijuiv (.evolves utmn me To the best of nu antl.ij 1 h-11 m. et it With the matter of ixfene os hetwren the cotin- y and th, Stitei I have nothing to lo. It his nut I ten entertained bv this eourt an,l will not be for a moment " The iollowlng ar, th ersons who hive "en Indb teI mil ihe ot'enss alleged Oljr.ir J Aeiams. Sp-ak.r of the Hoii'e ;,. I.eprer, ntatlve. two Indictments for briberj William F'r.-neh. State Ivxnd Commis sioner, offering bribes; clnrlcs II Pratt ?K,,,n,ts fnr ,l ""I'ook e-oncern. offering J,"l;?ro1nt,,!,' ", -,'udsoi Hammond of Pontiac. s(dlclt!ng briN s Prcd A .Mavnarel 1 -:-Attorncv- General: Serk-.me4lfv'n ro,,In,n P" o M- chief erai'" ' VIll", S,:l,0 Ouartermaster Gen . ''V'0"'1 n',r"IJ A- Smltli. Assistant Qinr- rthur r Marsh. Adjutant General and eburmin of tin. Ilepub1i-nn Stste Centril Kiimitti , i: Sjtto., reg.nt of the rnlvcrMtv of Mi hig.11, -end n-e ml.er of Governor Pln-j-n-, , millferv staff .harg,, n,h illle'g"l fracl and einbejzl.rnent in connection with 'uppii'e? "" " repui.have f military O-e o, more p, rs,a:, beids Sutton were indieteel ,i-.I,v. hut their n irnes are not positivel.v known ,.s vot Tnp , h( ,'.. raigned on Mondav All the others appeared t&ys$?tip,iaK oenerai wm,p- polnt.-es o' th Governor but It Is regarded ' or'.U'n th! 9"n0T has no know 1 Wfie of the alleged frauds. AT THE GREAT SALE ING RYGOO I ' ' ' " ' liWBM ALL THE AMERICAN PRISONERS SAVED, Admiral Watson's IJepnr. on tho Work of f'olnnols Hare and Ilowze. MAY INCLUDE ROCKEFELLER. Authorities at Wellington Now J-licve That More Americans Were Rescued Than First RVports Indicated. Washington j-m -Omdnl confirmation hss come fioni leo'h Gemral Otis md Ad mlnl Watson of the first reports from Mi r" a e,f tho release of the American prls orers who have been held in the hands of the rillplnns for nunv months, and there is no longer anj doubt tint I.I. utetmnt GIU more ,if the Yorl.tovvn Is among the num ber General otlss dispatch reads as fol lows "ManlH. Jan 0 - The prisoners now en route from Vigsn- arrive p.-nlBht, and a llct of the m v HI be tlcgnph-d to-morrow. Captiln Glilmore 1" among the num ber OTIS .. Admiral Watson's d.spitch is as follows: "Mnnlli. Jnn 1 -Colonels Hare and Howie have rcesptured all of the American prisoners. Including Glilmore, now nt Vlgan. "WATSON " The -cveeplng statements made In the els Pitchs to the effect tint all of the Amer ican prloners have been reIeivCj naa .-iroused a hope that in the nt will appear the mmes of some of the e Ulcers nnd irl vates ,.f tlie armv vvh' are set demn 011 the a-n v roi's as missing Prominent among the missing nriny officer" as Major Charles ji iuh Kre tier of the nth Infantry. This I o!!Ie-r advancd levor.d the lines daring the , fierce, fighting carlj Lift spring He dlsip- -ared cninp!e,d. anil no trace of bis 1i,h! I was ever f, und It Is g vtherci from General Otls'e rep.irt that the releised men have beei cent by lioat aen ss I.ingiven Gulf to lagupan at the noithern cv'rrmitv of tie rillroad. and about . (lav's jotirn-o from Manila 'i 111: K-roiti it tiwn.t. Manila. Jan. f. -The Ilrltlli Meanw Vic torii 'ip'alii ltl.ik.bv arrived here to da in tow. The ietnrii left Kan Knncseo October 17 for Honolulu and Manila She wis t-pe.ken on November 3 in litltude 13 north, longitude 159 east, proreedlng unde-r sa'l.' paving broken her snail. Mie was tovv.vl trom (Juam to M.inlli by the eolller Ilrutus Plllt.lPPIM'.s (llTIi:. ItKPI ni.li- M'lMW. Washington. Jan I'or the purjMisp nf preventing the spread of tbe but oil, plague n the Philippine I-Iar.ds, l'rc'lient .McKin 1, v has lsiut-d a p-(K?lamatlon plio Ing the -.ini'ar admini-tratior. of the Islands under the e-ontrol of the- Marine Hospital Sen Ice This proclamation h is been incorporated by Secretary Hoot In an o-der vvhlih will he forwarded at onee to General Otis, with Instrui lions to plate it in immediate opera tion. Assistant PlijHielnii niur,l. REI1-HI.IC .l'Ke IA1. Terrell. Tex Jan The-Board of .Mana gers of the North Texas Ins inu Asylum appointed Gcorce F Powell assistant t,hv- fician. 9 'CLOCK S OF THE VAAMAMAAAmaammvim -9 !'ii,j64Pl ST. CHARLES STREET. v GERMAN SHRAPNEL NOT FOR ENGLAND, I?crlin riovornmont to Prohibit tlio Krupps From Kxpoitint; Shtdls. SHARP INTERNATIONAL CRISIS. 1 Stilish Foreiern OfTice Active Clioate Standinr Finn Ann''.' ica Will Not Join (lermany in Joint Represejitations. r irhai .Tin K The Gernnn steamer Ilerzoc has teen s.dz.,1 bv a Hritisli wir fhlp and I rought to this port The Germ in , ru!ser Condor arrived at Durban TIiurs!a and stirted Kridev fo' Lorenzo Marquez siiiipm:i, mt run hgi.m. Kerllti. Jan C The t orrespondent of the Aroclit,-d Press had an intervl.-w to-night with a high oincial who sill that the Int.r natloml nuestlons Involved In the seizures of ejirmin vers. Is bv PHtlsh nival com manders ire so complicated and i dl-nh dellned thit an agreement bepveen Kngland and Germany will necessarily b slow "At anv rnf," he contltm-sl "we must first nivalt the senterie eif the prize court before we object the-reto " The Assetciatetl pre-s correspondent leirns rellabiv to-night that the Germm i;overn ment will forbid the export bv the Kruppsi of steel shrapnel shells for Knglanl coitKii.s orcic:: trriiin I I onel 11 Jan fi i.o-,i Sill-b'.rv came to 1 London from Hatf.ehi House at noon to- I 1l.1v s,.,n. what eoi.trarv to hi 1 custom, and , I recce elcl dl. t tee the Pore'gn KSle, where t j he spent the greater part ,if the afprnooi j I No: . nlv Lord Sihshurv but the emir- d 1 pirtmenf manifested exrraordlmrv signs or Hitlvltv The Attornev Gei.er.il. Sir lileh.rd Webster, was summoned from the I country and the Solicit. .r General. S'r It 11 PinUv. .i .ilsn n attendsme The Per tugi.es,. MlnNter. .sVnhor de Sever il. 1 illed al the foreign Ofliee durum tho n'ternoon Whil,. no annri.ticemert wis male as .,, th- subjeit of the meeting, it was under , stoeid the -ubje-its under eonsider.itioii w.-re international 1 iv polrts md the stop- . page of German steamers on th. Ir niv to Oel.igoa Iliv ind the sUppi,., of Atner.t in provisions to the I:,ie-r-- imiti.iN .m, iiim.p I Kcrlin. Satui.i.i. JaTT s KopvrU'i li b Jimes Gordon Itinnett 1 In ilinlo-.a I, . cir. lis it Is cxpe-cted that if Kngland 1 on tinues to capture ships, either Powers, neita blv the I'niteel States, will take action simi lar te, Gcrmanv's. as it is no to be e peetod thit the- an posvihlv eonsent to .1 continuation of Ih's tort if t. Im, I learn from a thorouchiv w. li-informed sour- that the Germm .v. rno.ent has sounded the Washington Government as to Ain.it 1 e ii i t' e two cemntrics taking ceimmon dipln-nitlc actie.n 'o put .111 r.d to tb.se s. izm,-s 1 wil.l. "vol' jti e.i:ii VI . I'.KI'I . I H MI'KI I I. Wa-lur.gt 11. J. n fi-Thcre U .i'i fot the statement that the. I'nlted I ontv J tit.-s win n"i aci joinrii with GrmT-. or j other 1'eivver In demanding tint Great Brit ain pursue a pedii v of nnlit rferen, e vvi'h respect to neutral trade c irri, d on betwr.i neutral territories PU1 at p-e. fating 'lie desire of eert.iln Powers of Kurort 10 luve the l'nlte.1 Stites eiepart fron Its attitude of strict neutrality, the Prtsid.it proposes to be particularly careful in dealing with the questions which have arisen and doubt less will arise between this country and Great Britain. Bcllevinc all such Que'stions HARP ,,! can be settled bv American representations. Amlxesidor Cho.ite will be Instructed to deal with them without reference to the wising f nther Governments I.ord Sallburv has Informed Mr Choite that a trompt invHtigation of the seizure of Americar cargoes will be made, and has lndhated that the matter will be satlsfac torilv arranged A messe-ncer from the Ilrltlsh Embi'sy nppeared at the- Snt-e IVpartmen; after 4 1 ni to-diy with 1 bulky document con em!ng the American tontention as to the seizure of American flour near Dolfigoa, TUv Ii mnv be stated aut'i-ritativel that the dispute betvvee-n Great Britain nrd the I'niteel St ite-s will 1- amicably pettlcl An ab-nr:.. t of the Ilrltlsh reply to the nanus, rlpt of Instruction received by Am bassmb.r Choa'e probillj will be made public 011 Mondav There Is reaon to be lieve, ihat wh.n the Ilrltlsh reply U o'Mcial b promulgate,! It will lie found that the OVt ryh..di.w it.. em. s. Inn shill rorn Hi.iir nr , -. ... ..... ....... .... ... ..... "'' 1! 1 mtralard of vvar'-wlll to an- swere-,1 to ihe satisfaction of this ct untry in the negative This will bo merely i repetl'lon of the point mule In tho past bv the Irtish Gov-nir- nt. whicb. realizing th distress that would cotre to Cnglind in the event of a war with 11 maritime P vver, if Hour, corn and meal were re-gard'tl a contraband of war. that thev are not contra!' n,J inl,i in iiansti ir tlie eimp e in,- enemy or cc crveliteet ncents of ii'e e nemj ciiovrn m'ms rmi. spi:i-i.i. 1 v. iahi n I.onduri. Jan fi. (Copj right l!k. bv W Hearst ) I.nrd Saltaburv has promised -Miiliassidor hiate an an-wer on Mondav to America s elenmnds relative- to tne seiz ure- ,,f the MhsIuuii's targo ('hoite stands firm on the ,!, mands as presented, letting the Itr tlrh Government do all the thlnkJrg a-, I sidelining The Arnb-essador has gone out of town over Sund.iv It Is th belief among diplomats that America's polt!cr will be recognized If so Hritali's attempt to , lose Dclagoa Bav against ail commerce. whther contraband or not. will ptove a failure Till: KUVKIIAL KCMlVsRI). Berlin. Jnn ".A dispatch recedvtM here from Adep the British fortified port at me southern entrarc,' of the Iletj Sea. says that th nuehorllies of tint place have r, 1.. unccd all further seireh of the Im- rtri.il German mail steamer General, de- I Inlnul th..- .1 . ... .. . ' ......... .,,.-,.- uimi.f sUpjrl fn OI navingcon 9-CK:-C:K0-K-6 S II in ! 0 $ Honest intifisiiis offer new ways of using g Grape - Nuts, g 0KOOO:O:O-0-0-0-0-6 The cook places t iree heaping tei spoons of Grape-Nuts in a iur for eacn gutst and pours over the food homc hit mil or hot water, and allows it to stand ttn mfm,Te" elmn a w .. t.i. -i..t. and sugar "" "" "ram 1 hnvi. -ii-i r rl KA r -. s.- m i .. have -'! t.Ji- ri tijM-.Ma- itOtJ in mi WJJ at my table te, numerous friends. s.im '' " m ,10 no: eire for it dry Trey Mre enthusiastic atKiut It served he.'t ..r.d It is eo r-riat a favorite with us that I have Wn t.mpteil te. write., suggesting that von dd tit' .ileove recipe 10 jour ackig." K V. L-nvitt. Mir.ncape lis, ;.ilnn (.Mr J.eivltt is supeeinienoent of th.- r.-mm,,., u.itob.n.- I .MHK.nlne 1 " ' 1 "lb, re are. nianv wajs of serving Grape , Nut- mid making fr m them tempting a-d I delicious dNhey. The variety of taten cm ' le- suited, and under all eircum'tanees it uny oe rfmmi'cred that the food Is first p."fectly and oinpletely cooked at the fac tory and gives the highest form of nour ishment t the human bo.lv for It is ill re etly used bv tb? sjstem'to rebuild the brain and nerve centers. Ten dajs' trial by any thoughtful person will proVA tho assertion. I 00000K trabund of war on board The dispatch; adds thit the steamer will resume her vojdfD In a fe-v davs. roiiTii.s RKPi.r. Lisbon. Jan C A semiofficial note to the press regard'ng the nglo-German agrees, ment has Jut been Issued. It Is as follows- Tho British and German Governments, having prevlouslv reached an agreemert letweer. thems.lv s. Informed Portugal thai In the event of htr 'ontractlng a large loan for the puepojs 0f reorganizing her finances, the two Governments wrc disposed to guarantee the success of the nrcritlon. At the sami time the Governments of Great Britain and Germanv nsured Tortugal that the basis of the agreement between thera was the recognition of the Integrity of tho Portuguese colonial dominions and the legitimacy of Portuguese sovereignty over the Portugueso possessions They further suggestrd that ir. the event of Portugal ac cepting a propria! concerning a loan, tho litter should be guarantee, by the colonial ard customs receipts Th Portuguese Gov ernment then .Seclared t'nt It had no need of such a loan. and. according to our In formation, has no Biich need to the present dav ." i?vs siotc to Tim rownrts. Berlin. Jan 1 The Cologne Zeltung's corresp.mdent teh-griphs his piper that t! 7tusian 5overr.ment recntl addressed 1 communication to the various Cabinets, re garding the strlctne-s-s eif the British censor ship over telegrcms to and from the- South fr!otn Republic which is serlouslj incon veniencing trade and the ulldal world of Knrope TI.e communication accorellnc to the co--resroiide.rit -isks whether Ihe detention or rejection of private and ntleial telegrams I is in accordanre with the iinul.it! .ns of the telegraph conventions arranged st S. leiersuiirg 111 ii.'j, and at Buda-pesth in 1S3C. According to the Kusiin Government, ar ticle 7 of the St Petersburg convention and cl nise of that of Uuda-Pesth, an applica ble to th situation. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. E PAUGE, Cook and Chanmn Aves. SKATIXGDAY AND EVENING ADnifION'. ;s CENTS. m viorrnw rticnt Mlnnl- Cu-nilris far j sk.ifr ' Teesdar Mght- run rlo.se.1 In public fanoy.1 esmi. 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