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THE RtflTIiLir: SUNDAY, JAXTAUY 21. WOO.
10 If BRYAN WELCOMED AT BALTIMORE. Spoke I'.efoien Crowdi-tl House Tii- dT Auspiees of Maryland Dein- dt-nitic Association. TAX AND MONEY QUESTIONS. I.oth Arc Destined to Ajsiin "ine lino l'roininencein the v'oiniiij; I ':iuii:iin K.vpects I em ucmtic Vielory. Ha"tn.T.-. M.I.. Jan. 3). William J. Itrvan d. Ilvci.-d an address here to-niKlit upon the poir.i. al questions of the day to an audience which filled the Music Hall, the bti-gest auditorium in the city, to Its fulles' apa.dty. and which ureeted him and his remarks with the greatest enthusiasm. Tho mealing was held under the auspices o the Maryland Iemooratic Association. one of the freo silver wings of the Pem- ratlc party of the State, and was not eti ouraged In any manner by the regular Iicmo'Tatic organization. In fact, the lat er hell strictly aloof from any partlclpa lon In the affair. They made no effort to Us-ouiase It in any manner, hut not one ft the le.-nocratlc leaders appeared upon the rdaifwr . and an offer of stase tickets was pulreiy declinid hy the principal mem t -s of t:ie IetnK-r.itic rentral "ommittee. Mr Itrv.m came over from Washinston in a soc i,i. ear at ached to the Pennsylvania ILi'ir -a. train, which left Washlnston at ; p m a mpanied by a committee, under ne. b .i. r-diip of S. S. Field, chairman of the I'.tt.mittec of Arrangements. I'pon '. nu. this city, about C.1J ;'. m.. the , artv of ve to the Kutavv House for snip per nft.-r which '.hey went to Music Hall. the -nclusion of Mr. Bryan's address tie vv is the fruest at a banquet given ill his or,.ir by his admirers in this city and vl- iutv v 'th the party who came over from Uaslilp.ton were Senator Tillman of South arolina. Oonsressinan Sulzer of New Virli. Hiehardson of Tennessee, Junes of usinia .ml Lie Artn'iid of Jlls. url. It v. s m- ,rlv !i o'clock when the party reached he Music Hall, vvhre the crowd sreeted Mr Urvan uproariously. Mr. Uryaa tald in part I want to assure you in the beqinnlnir that to) happiness docs not depend upon anj h.nor which the people of this nation an .i.t.-r. neither do I believe that this nation happiness or vvellare deiiends up n ,uiv kw p. is.in. As in pontics as in the arm. the Generals get the clory -"d the privates do the work. And theretoie I feel that I owe n to t!m-e who for nxirly lour tears ui. b. -n bearing the burdt n in the heat o- the day: I owe it to them to say tb-t what 1 have d-nc is but an atom com pared with vvh.t thty have done. Voters Control. -In lN the v ur.- proved that they could eonfol the imlicy of the party, and dunns the la-i three vears thty have proven that they imuW hold what they tallied in IK.; in spue (! uevvs.pape.s, in spue ot railroads. n spue of banks ana in .-pite of every ui iiuen. i. the plain people ot the Democratic partv have stod and now stand for the ihiiaR- platform m all that It says. I want io befiin with an accepted proposition. tha proiMtiun vvhn.li I consider most fundamental in sovertun. nL I lind it in the D.olaiation of Independ ence if j"U vvill pardon me for quoiinir anything trom that mil and outworn docu ment, as .ur Hi publican fr.eti.i.s seem to think it is The Iieelaralioa of Independence was rnee a highly ic.s;H-clcd document: it is under a cloud just now. but 1 have con Iidcr.oe that in a tew month the clouds vvil be robed bv and that old document will snine with ail its former brlRlitnej-s. That fundamental principle is that all men arc created equal. -I do n. t mean to say that all men are created equal in physical strength. . do tiut mean to say tt.aL all men .a-. ci.t-.d equal m mentai ability, or in m iral worth. or that under any just form of iiovornment. a man will be iqiu, in e-aiiaiity lor tnjoy mem or in the enj yroetit ihat we have. What I mean to say is this. That whenever t;ovemment comes into eonta'-t with ti.o Itlzen. when.ver the ciuii touches tho Government, then all must stand equal be fore tne law. and there must be no high, io low no ri.-h. no p or. That Government must be administereil an-ordilig to tae maxim of Jerferson: Kqual rights to all and srwciai privi;gis to none. "I am K Ing to ask the Republicans hero to think for a little while after they come wme of the in.ome tax. a-id to pee if it is not In line with that doctrine of equal Ichts to all and sj.ee: 1 priUIeues to none. How do we collect oiir Fed. ral taxes t" dav"" Well. l-tor th- Spai.:.-h war broke out we ,-oileet. d alnn'st th.- entire tax from i wo sonrie, from internal rwen.e dutlis on liquor and tot.a'0 and lmi rt duties on what we .at and wear and ue. In what proportion Io the p.ople pay these taxes? in proportion to the neiit-. re.eiv.l from the Government? Not at all. In propor tion to pronerty? Not at all. In piopor tion to Income? Not at all. In what pro portion do the people pay inttmal revenue taxes" Whv, largely In prorwrtlon to tho liquor and tobacco they use. They do not use those thincs in proportion to their in come, and so far as you collect taxes trom liquor and tobaeco you make the poor man pav on an average a, larg-r pen er.tage" of his income to support the Government, and the rich man a smaller percentage on ills incom. The War Tax. "When the Spanish war broke out we had to hav- more tax'H, and the It-pub-llcan party look-l around for any old tturg to put a stamp on, and you run a -ros the stamp taxes all the tim . Kvt ry time I send a tel. tram I have ! pav the i- .-ular rate. and. in addition thereto. 1 cent is added for th- li-nellcc:it assimilation of the Filipino. Whv Is It that the man who sends the telegrtim has to paj the tax? ltecause the trlegraph company say- so. And why wis the law so made th it the telegraph com pany could shift the bmden on the r.ian who sends the tilepram? Ho ause the : ! -graph companies have more Influence with the Republican party than all the poor Re publicans who use the wires. "In an hour of peril this Government can take the son from his mother, the hus band from his wife, the fatlur from hH children, and stand them up in front of an enemy's guns, but In an hour of dang r this Government cannot lay its hands uimn ac cumulated wealth and make that wealth bear its share of the expenses. "Why is It? It is be jw the Republican party has made money more precious than Mood. My friends, you heard men denounce our Income tax in IVK. I want to say it ! stronger to-day than it wa then. And if those who have been shirking thi ir taxes think teat they have settled this question forcvei. I want to t 11 them that the Income tax will be in the next campaign, and it will be In the campaign until the Constitution of the I'nfted States i so ameii-d as Io specifically authorize an ini-ome :nx. so that neither one Judge nor nine Judges can build a bulwark around the fortune of the great and throw the burdens of the Gov ernment on the poor. "Hut this is only one question. I am go ing to -peak of aii.:li.i iii.tion which s'. w.. how the Republican pirty is looking after the Interests of wealth anil ti-gectli the w'elfare of the jtcople. I am got; g to say a v.ord on the money question. I tnnv they say that the niomy question ! a !. i Issue, but. my friends, silver has been burled so often tint a little thing like a funeral doesn't lvther us like It iis.nl to. When reverses in a war with a handful of Hoers will shake our finances, where will the gold standard be if England ever at tacks a nation of her size and goes Into a real war? "When we join ourselves to the gold standard, when we mak gold alone the legal tender for the pavment of debts, we onncct ursc ves with every disturbance in Europe, and make ourselves dependent .pon their conditions for our prosperity. "You toll me it is a sound system? It is false That system is not sound. Tell me it Is an American system? It 1 lie. There Is no such Amerieni syvrem; there I no Aim riean system that makes us trem 1 le everv lime there is trouble anion-: the g-ild-stahdaid commie- of the old VnrU " ftirre-ncj tjui'st lint. Continuing upon the urremy question. Mr Hrvnn asserted that in !' all 'f t'.i.j leading political paitie demanded a double standard, diffeung on:v m the method of obtaining it. Now. the Republican party Insists upon a single standard, and a bill Is pending in Congress v!!eh not onlv se.ks that end. but also end- avors to perpetually force upon this country the pr sent na tional banking syt.m. If the RepuM-an had advocated such a measure in ISSfl be declared. Mr JIcKlnl -v would m v-er have Veen President. After fully discussing the currency question. Mr. Kryan took up the hums, which he d!scu.-el at g.t.it length, insisting that the Republicun party had no intention whatever of imerfci :ng witfi siiii corporation" under any eircuinstan -From the t.usu he p.isseil to n discussion ot the standing army, and J -.ared thai Hi presence 0i' lui.1.00 sold:, is in ihLs utitr.v. and the Ihiliplnts. was but a s ep toward militarism. lie then discussed imperialism, arguing that there was a great difference In tv. eeii that and expansion. The (ires, nt !licy .f in,- ailiiiliiisirat'on. he asserted. Itiebd toward iiui" i i.ni- m. al'hoigli Us lrtends and suttiKiri t.. eudavord to show that It was exiians.on. "I want trade." he slid. "I want to ex pand cur ,r.id- by pv iceful means, but I would not put on- American tioy on the au. Hon block and sell him for all the tra.i of the universe (applaus i. and vet the in in who -ays it will pay must le pripind to figure with pencil how tiiueli tin lx is worth He discu-sed tli- prohlcii of the Ihilippinca from th. fionr ot ..timmetie, civilisatiun ,.ia! religion, and cit. .1 U.e re sults of Rnglish govi mini nt in India to show that ti.ine of tb. would be accom plished in the I-hilippmes Holding ;.t Hie l'biliiiilic. "Vou cannot find an aigimunt ' said he. 'for the permanent holding .if ibe IMnlio pines that would no; apply to 'nbi. When e went into the w.ir we i.ud .: the people of Cuba are and of right oi flit to U- fre.-. and I challenge vou to draw a tin hot we. n the rights f th.- ifhji.ns and the rights of i he Kilipinos. m.J ilod sir that the Cubans were entitled to their nedom but not th rilipit.os? No. i-iv friend, there is only one diff. r.-n.-. b.tw"een t'uha tnd th.- I'hilippine Islands. We promt-d inaeendeiiee to Ctil.i; ne lid tot proxlse it to the riillippme Islands. Hut. inv trtends. our prom.se was l.u; :ne r cogni tion of a right that would have existed vvithotit the promise. We sa,i that Cuba should, and of right ought to. lie free. : nd jr Uiat was a right then, inv friends, it ex isted fn the Hhilippine Islands vvthout the necessity ror the expr.--s promise. ' want." f.iid Mr. Hryan. in conclusion. If I can. to help restore a Government founded upon the peel i rat Ion of Independ ence und administered according to the d...--trine of Jefferson, a Government that will stand. a it did :n Jackson's day. between a bank aristocracy and the people. Itut my rrienda. I cannot t. II you wiiat fate h .s de-crn-d. I cannot till you wiieth. r It is to be our lot to triumph, and in our triumph lay the foundation aain in the old places and raise again the ancient landmarks vvhfch the fjthers had st up. I cannot tell but I know thts-that if it is fate that this nation Ls to ivav to W a Republic and b come an enipi'e. if It is destiny that this, the greatest Republic of historv. is to extinguish its light and follow in the light of th- monarchies of the old World: ir In the provid. nee of t;cd the time has come when the f-en iulmn should swing tack to ward the dark ig of th triumph of brut.. force. pray to God that the 1 1, m.KTatic pariv dm) go down t cliri'.il d.ath with the .public rath, r than to live when its principles are gone " TO AIDJHEBOERS. I'ilizens." .Muss .Meetiii"; Xcxi Sun (l;iv Afteiiitmii. Next Sunday afti moon a great citizens" mass in.-, ttng will be hi Id a! the Four teenth Street Theater to di-.us means to aid the R.vr Repuldic in South Africa in its war wih Knglard. A -qirrlng arHal has been issmd. The call 1- sim-d by mere than a hundred men. among tl.em clergy men. professors. Iawv.rs. business men an-1 editors. The Urcular Is N-ing spr-ad broadcast. It re.it.- that the Itoers are figbtins for what th- Auietieans were striving in l..i;. The circular says: It is a tight of liberty against tvrannv. o-,'i TV1'1', !,nl,ma'wl hy a 'ov of honie a-jlBst forefgn invasion. There should lie then, is no .toubt, wrier- the p.oi.le .,f this country stand on such an i.sue" The call closes thus: "This nation, that has be. , at on. t- ,in cxamplt and an tnspiru.M :., every people struggling for Iib.-r'y. e:.nn..t ai..l must rot re-.a.in Ml. nt at such a lime. s,TVh e .:,t"1 ;,l't- ":'' " vi" '"' J" so if the people's sentiments and sympathies are pv.n public expression." "'l""u" ii is exp"Cleil trdt j imin, nr (r,md w, lie fV?'i"'trihk-,i '" " -ailed to oV er at -. o clock in the fourteenth Street Th -ThXn I0U"'"1'"' n.l I..H-US , stree', .-..--... ... Ilir- me. iiau nvi s:..n.i... Jam. P Mslan. I'aul Jones. i.n'tl ite, ...riu-. Thomas oIlllj-. I.udwig rrenjer, Ili-l el Dil!. t(. Willlani Iruhe. N. II Nel.. Jeremiah Murphy. c.-,itl ftjan. Jultu- litzman. Hum M. Starktiff. Willlatn J. Stow. Ania.le.- V. Itevburn. rre-leri.-k SI. "nin.bn. Wihu.-n II. rtiggs. A c. Hemi. I.u. C. II. sae, !e:er I I'ey. n.arle I. Vc!. VV tllim J. Ivinxelfa, i:e,lT u Xibk, s,rre HeTtian. . Hei. Jlr. l;l--ibtrea. Andrewr ff.lan. Ch.rl. s S..hweickarilt, Thomas vii'trm, 11. 1. Cuiien. 11. J. Spaunhorst. J. J. 'V.nnor. Charles X ".juthi-r, i I. X-eiwhniar. Il.i. Mr. II. Inters Irtnk II Kstey. Willi m h'ru-ineao, M. J. R- HarUnann. If. II. !!. Jl. KiWv. lKnlnick Pelabar, Anrrist telahar. Henry Kiser. William P N-lira. II. x-Hrtin Wilttam, A. llu.-hb'iaen, A ugust Fist er. 1'. t.nnell, Joseph Klein. I' J. K-nnedy. llnry Snar-er, Vr itus K. IEvart. -I. K. Tliomsnn. D. D. ';.rman. T W Manning, !!nr ifet.i'is. Ian 'I y. tlvr.n, Peter WaWh. J. It. r "h zsihlxm. PjHM J O'KoelTe. Prsnk P. rnrlona. Ail-lllh WeWner. p. it c:.rrr41. lbnry KirfWr. Jr.. J. J. Kane. Leal tfrund. tVilllqrn J. llanlr. '.!;'1 . Il Van "ler cUnden. M n. Smith. Rev. Petro llyen, Kauene taing-itrns, It-. r Kminer. I'. S. O'RtlU. It. v. It. IJnren. Wlliixm JlcCsbe. I'. II Kllr.s. Itei. M. oi-iaherty. Julius T. Jlue-.. h. hj.rly 1-iel.nitE, A. U. "rayl.!. 1M. S. 1 4rt. William Keene. Rev. H-t VValz, p. tor VV ii'i. i. II. Thensi'en, John iT-1. nkes. I' U. s-hmeder, WUlUini Hurt.-. Roman U Itlskup. V. T. MaiUen. Charle.. illehle. John B. lutz. tl. nrv 1- ivnn. T. 1. "".irn.in. It. It ltreoT. I T lntiHe. Charles I!btt. Thanws H Corptnscr, l...ais II.lK.-r. v r..:di. 31. S. Itrennan. i Itergcrntiwrffer. R. I, fon.1'0. TtxtiKis ' llenning charbe t'- Krone, 11. Seherer. John A. Sl.Kin. II. A. Thotniiwin. Tn.iows A lure. V. vv Rohinnc. It !. TaBlfe. John S Iahy. I' J. Meynihan. J.4in It lln"ei!sy. f. McKarlan. J. J. M.-ilynx 1! C Walsh. Th-mas V. I'ltzprl''k. W llham J. Htmi'-gHn. p f..nn. V.l!t.ni lutfitt. Rdgar K. 11- mnaucr. YAQUI INDiANS ROUTED. Mexicans Ifeport That They Killed Three Hundred. - -oi.ti" SPRC'IAI- KI I'aso. Ti x.. Jan. 20 The most Import ant engagement of tb- Ya.pi'-Mexlcan war is repoiled to have t iken rlace betwi-en Yaqiis and Mexican Molmers near Nogales, Ariz. The Indlins wre defeated with great loss and driven Kick. Ai cording to the Mexicans Of of the Yaipiis re kille.1 and twice as many more w re Wfundi d. July a lew Mexicans were klll'd and wounded. ENTIRE FAMILY BURIED. P.all Player Pei-eii. His Wife and Children at Pest. North Rrooktield. M iss.. Jan. SX The fu neral of Martin Rergui. the baseball catch er, and the three members of his family, whom he murder, d lief ore committing sui cide, took place to-day. kewtucjyTioting. Samuel P.ii".j:s I'aially Wounded liy 1-M ward LJriice. Mix field. Kv Jan J". -Samuel Rrigg:. wh i carries the Itovdvilb- mail, was fatally shot here to-day in the h st nilue by IM uard Rruce. Ilrtne Hiined Rriggs had sjHiken disr. spe. tfully to Mr. Uruc-. The vi Km of the shooting dcmid the charges. Look Them Oxer. There may be something on ihe Want Page of The Republic of Interest to you to-day. Turn to it and see. Someone wants to borrow money on good security. If you have idle money, here is a good opKrtunity to invest it. Another person wants to sell a home for cash or tride for other property: if you have either cish or property you may realize a handsome profit bv corresponding with the advertis ers. If "it isn't convenient for you to bring your answers to the Republic office, take them (as many as you llke to any drug store, and the druggist will send thrm to The Republic for you without charge. I'se no stamps. Y. M. II. A. Mciuorliil Service. The V it. II. A. vHI b' 1-1 ic-n:. rial .- nt't o-i Sim lav, Jannarv ii. in h.-n. r ef the 1 ee S.miu.l IKU.r Tlie f- llAwinw i'leir-Minm will '.e t.rsJrrd: Violin solo, by Mr. h-Tit Uchl..i sl.u. eten!nir prir. by th. Reverend Samti.l S-lt. 'owning a.l.li-'".. b Mr Ripil M.r. tin-.r lo bv lr Iivlnc. a.ldr.-.s. l.y the ltever-n.l ln-ctrr -M Spit, lulcgy. . Mr .1 c.h Ufa.",. l.artone s.je. bv Mr. A. Ilubbird. closing a.I drts. bv tlie i:eern.f P.-M-tor Sll: . Ins ng pravr. bv Ihe Reverend lH.ct.ir M. Spitz. The senlie will tgln jtlr. ra. Knoxxilte Goes neniiierntic. RRPt HI.IC- spri 1AI. Knoxville. Tern.. Jan. 20. Democrats elected en of the fourteen city officials here to-day, with S. G. Heiskell for Mayor. WOMAN'S SHELTER TO BE OPENED. First Instiliilinii of the Kiml in St. Louis Is About Ut:nly for Oei'iijiaiii'V. ON NORTH ELEVENTH STREET. It Will !i Operated in Ninm-clioii Willi the People's ('hutch :iiid Central .Mission n a Practical Pasis. On Thursday of this week there will be a public opening of the hrst Woman's Shel ter In St. liuls. Informally. th' Shelter will be opened to-motow morning. It Is the outgrowth of two years of work by the Reverend James M. Spencer, pastor of the People's Church and Central Mission, nt No. Mfi North Eleventh street, an 1 those who are engagid with him in the mission work. The shelter is located in the two buildings, trout and rear, at No. Mi North Eleventh street. Just south of the church. The buildings were formerly ued as tenem-nt for ncgrois. One of them fronts on North Eleventh strci t. The other one Is in the rear. Each is two stories in height and ..a each an enormous amount of labor in repairing and fumigating was required I befote it Iieramu habitable. The fumi gating was done by the City Hospital le partun nt. The buildings are own.il by Rcn i.imin Althelmer. who gave a leae on them for fifteen months at a monthly rental of i .". er cttit of what they had formeiiy iitn J r nting for. I The shelter is as entirely a co-operative entcnuise as it is pos-ible for it to lie. It is to be supported b contributions. u Is the other mission work of the church. The first month's rent of the sh. Her has been guar anteid by the wife of a gentleman well known in business, the lady hrslf being equally well known In the social world and In church work. This lady visited Mr. Spencer sonic two or three months i.go and asked to be allowed to make the contribu tion. The Shelter contains fourteen rooms, and it Is expected that from thirty to forty women xv ill lie nc-ommodated tneretn. i he rooms are all tuniiMied. or will lie In i few davs. The furniture came from all iuartrs of the cliy, and was contrioiib u. tine ot the l.i IK' at lontributions, was that made bv a gentleman ai.d his wife, wl.o a-ked that tm ir nain.-s be withheld, but who live in tin nt Ighborhood of Kings highway and It .ymond avenue. They of feied tne great r part of the former fur nishings ot their Home. Another i-ons.d-erabie contribution was made by a lady living in Caroi.d. let. Sue donated a vvagon Kiad of furniture a ml other housenold goods. A third one was made by a lady living on tiilppev. j strtet. I'tir u !x Induce, to Her Miter. In count etion wiui tms iast-nameii contri bution a story Is told by Mr. Spencer. "One morning, soon after trie Republic bi.i ...rlnicl tb. nlai.s for the Inauguration 1 of the htlter. ' said I.e. "t received a let ter from this lady, asking that a wagon i sent for something th it she wl -h d lo cop tribute. 1 .'.id not rttall the name as one that I had heard 1 1 fore, but from some cause 1 was constrained to go lo t."e ad dress myself. Tbeie was something about the letter that impressed me a i ailing for peison.il attention. What II was 1 do pot Know; perhaps It wis what women call In tuition. When 1 reached tile house I was sure I had never been tin re before. When I met the lady who had written the let'er 1 was sure 1 had never .-eeti her before. Hilt she evidently ki.t vv me. and gave me a very cordial gi'tttlng. Presently she touched upon the matter of the contribution, and raid that she wished to make it ill r"mem branco of a kindness that 1 had done her sorfie two or three vears ago. "Well, this astonish) d me. 1 assured her that he must l mistaken, as I did not re member Iliat I had v r had the oppor tunity of a'ding her in any way. Itut she Insisted that she was not mistaken. Then she asked if 1 did not r member receiving a letter from the pastor of a South Side church, asking me t i call at a certain nutn lier on North I'cnlh street and sec a woman who was ill. 1 rcniemliercl that, and when she recalled it I rmem!.ered that, as she said, tho woman was removed to the City Hospital, where she soon illed. '"That woman was my unfortunate, sis ter. said the lady. "'She was on the verge of eternity with out having repent, d hi r emrse 111 life; but alter you had called upon her she became penitent, and died in lull faith. I have ever si'in e that time been anxious for an opiorturity t-j in .om- way show my ap pro 'ation of that mvunmn. und in the hope of now lining so I make tip. oiler of nss-ltanec m the Shelter work.' " f.ooil Clltirjieter n Prcreilillle. The matron of the Sli'lter Is to be Mr'. Clara St. wart, well-known as a mission worker. Th-re will be only one other em ploye, a gill, to assist In the superintend ence of the in:sework There is a large range in tho kitchen cf the hom and meals for the dwellers in the home will be pu pated. Each toem is so arranged that it Ls adaptable for light housekeeping, however, and it i expct)d tb.ii many of the inmates of the Shelter vvili p epar- th.lr own meals. It is com) mpl'it.il to provide a reasonable peri, d of both board and lodging to those women and children who are in abject n.ol. without any chatge whatever for either. In certain eases, wom.ti who can pay a rrasomble amount tor the necunmo . itlon-. will be entertained, ilood rhicaeter Is a jrcremrMie in .v. ly ease Tin- cbarilv Is plant!. l for the Wn-llt of the deserving Iioor As an iml'cati n of the work that Is nncmnlat-d. Mr. SpctiDr givrs these ln stanecs: 'Then- Is in th- neighborhood of the (hurch a woman who Is frail and in very I)r h altli The only mears of support she has is the small sum that her 9-vear-oId son earns by selling papers, on many occa sions she has Iw-en limbic to pay rent, and has suffered greatly lrom this fact. She has absolutely no other means of support than the pittance can:i bv her son. ThN vv m nn will le allow.-.) tn move into the sh-lter and live th'ie a long as it is necessary. She will ftirnlxli her own fn.sl and fuel. "Another woman who will be what may be called a xrmanent resident Is one who was deserted a few vears ago by her hus band. She lias two children 'Hie a small .nv ami the othe- a girl of perhaps n; years The i,nv i,, ?mall to work; the daughter Is learning the milliner's trade, and has so far b.-.-n unable to advance be yond the apprentice stage. She does no receive any wages f . r hi r work. The onlv m.ans tint this famllv has of support, therefore, is the lal.or . f the mother. We have told this wom-ui to bring her children to the shelter, at:.! she will be iriven a borne t until such tune as l,.r daughter iiinv be T able to earn something from her trade, and ine nuy may ie anie to go to work. In both of !hee eases vv.- know positively that th.- pei pie .ire des-rvinc. and that Here Is pot a spot on the'r characters " I'ralwi .'eiier)i-ily of Htisl :ic lien. Mr. Sp. ncr d 1 nos that the support that tlie public, and csiH-.-ially th.. business pub lic, has giv. !i this new branch of mission work has len most encouraging. "St. lauds huMn.-s people are most gen o'ous in chatlta'V work." s.1Vs Mr. Silen cer. "Unco convince them that th.- plan Is o-.e that N practicable, and that will pro duie go d rt suits, and tl-y will give it all the assistance tli.it can be asked. I have nrver yet failed to get their help when the work in hand was one tint I mystlf was thoroughly convine.il should be encouraged. They have helped us in all our mission work, and I am sure that they will continue to help us In this new venture. I fstlmate the entire cost of conducting the shelter at about $1W a vear. It will be tinder the management that now conducts the other mission work, so that there will be no added expense for its management." JUDGE J. G. WOERNER DEAD. Soi-voil Six Terms on tin- St. Imis l'robatf Ui-iu'li. Judge J. Ilabrie Woerner die I at 430 o'llotk y. s;. rday afternoon at his home. No. -Veil Hawthorne boulevar.1. The fu neral will take place next Tuesday after noon at 2 o'clock. Judge Woerner was Tl vears old. and he had bion ill for live months. His death was caused by cerehral congestion. He was brrn April :s. K in Wurtemburg. Ger many. When he was 7 years old his parents came to this country and settled in Phil i delphia. They came to St. Louis In ISiT Judge Woerner commenced life as a clerk in a small Western store. He returned to St. Iuis shortly before the outbreak of the revolution In Germany. When the insur M - ss - s - ss - s - s fevx FIRE, SKOKE, WATER. JJJ 'w' - on the dollar. " FIRE SALVAGE P..ICES. Cloth Suits. ml.aili-s Tailor Made -slots n'lHtllaiior Made suits . OU.oU 3i tnek mag Astra, tun I ir 17io Tallor-Mune Aploapicl n". rth PIC nrt Mils bov-.ilcatea CQ QO J' M OldCJU skirts . .. OJitJU Mi-ll lo Ele.lr.- s,.,,i Cloth Jackets. i.'" $18.00 ?iN e -- J A ..-.UUllotliJai-!.- rts ifi Cloth Jacit- i h ; MlC'iotl' Ja.i - i s jlrtilKlulli .lark els ili ( Cloth Jacrf tts . pcC-s-e''S-s-s-5ic'$S't&5-'4'C-5-6-$-c-r rection broke out he went to Gcrm-'iiv n tight f..r the I.I..-K but when be got thi-ie be f. und tliat he wis not l" sympathy with the i.i. ,s of tin rebel Itader". so b. did not light. Jl.- remain, d in the e-uiiirv. bovvev.r, as war oorrosH.ml.-iit lor tin New v.irk 11. raid and the t- 1-oiils Tilbune When ! rcturn-d to Si l.'-uls lie pnr- h.sed th). Tribune, on which paper lie bid b.-on i ...mpost..i. and changed It rrom a Whig to a i.-m.-r.tilc org.in. In K.1 lie gave up the newspaper business and -n-g.ig.tl in the pr.t.ti. .- of law. Ii.- was a )l..s-.- trlnifl of Thotnis H. r.cnton. Judge Woerner wis marrb d in IS32 to Miss Kmllie Pl.tss. Ills vvlf. ilbd D.s'ember r-. ISSS. but (lit)-.- marrie.1 .laughters and one son survive htii. The daughters are: Mrs. It. W. Mcllvattie. Mr. I'liarli f.llde haus .mil Mr-. Slv.-ser I'. Judge. The son Is Willi iin Wocrntr. Judge Woerner was ppimlnenl In iHilitics and was nl- . i writer and dramatist. He was elect.il "brk of the Ileorder's Court in 1V.V! and w.is I'ltv Attorney for two terms. Next lie served as clerk of the Itoard of Aldermen He w is State Sin it-. r f.-r two t.rm-. and aI- a memb.-r 'f the t'ity '..uii.-il He v..i rr.sld.-nt of the .iun.il dnr:ng his ecmd f rni I'r m 'S?i to 1S9I he W s Jll.lue of .lie Probate Court Judge Wctin.-r w.is in ..rdent admf-er of Hegel -Mid G... the. .ml In tu.'bd tti-ir works .-los.b. Ills tw - dntr-as ue "In Kebelllon" m-l "lii- Ski ivln " The lat ter has L..-H .r..l.tc.. on th.- stage. It wrote "Tlie Am. ric.n I..vv of Adminls-tra-tion" and "Th. m.-1.in l.iw ..t Huarl- ianMiip." lit- efforts n. Ii'".. n vv-r n- tin.d to "Th. It. b-1- li.ii.eh).-'' and "The istory of I.ove. Polni. s and War.'' NO WRIT OF MANDAiVlUS. portx's Application. "Ma" (Icmr'Ttz iiroprUtor "f th nt'irtiu ' ll"tpan lul" r!n.n at .ItifTb'n ai'4inf anI htnut r-t. tM 1. .k-'l ;.-rn with Cx--f mnicj'lir 1iaTWs 1. Hleiri!'. TIircuth Ms attrnv?. 'brier II. Kruni unl J"hn A Gtt.z, h ttl-ti .t nuiailaiiiu; ttit.un titl.ir to -omtI th- Ki-iw " tur.'..- i iwn hi !ii-nt nJut t th- tFt't-ti at Nv l" N-rih J-ftelfrsn av I.Uf. In th- itltl.-n ih (Oainflt nllK th.it n Jnt i. iv.. i . l.tjin'ii a IS-ns ti run a n 1 -n at tt- al .v I-h at ion. wti n a'ctrHnc t- th uuul us nt. wax t'i 1 tti ivil i nxii tLt :a.tv. in Jottuar 3. l. lit jiX'm th.t .n Jiu-r - h- 4tI.'1 1 1 r a rtnwal f th lt'-nv-t ivriih h ilttirrta hr h-j5 iuitil, but t!wt Iiii .ii f'H' utfri wus n-iurj. II thrMipn t-ntl t !tv "-IW-tir U" r.rrtiier tlie uual .ttnu:it if t!i itRdl rfXfs unl tt-f for inclut tint a &alu.n, Li tht-v ! rrfi'tnl Whin the pfti'i.in v. filI tfrrliv It 'va jvy jmI ti Ju!c K iii'n e urt Juvltc KIIn"K . urt n n't in -n.in. hut he -ntrtaIn'I th l4-titliu tn chaintM-rii. Atttr rt-utlinc the i-,tltin h tr-jtnjtly rt-ful f ist: the writ of nian d;nnj. antl rrtu--.! V htar anv arkumk:il!. II t .-k th iMisitloti that ttw tUlnt!ff haS nut U !! tn th" ti?tttin 'hut !. had in t luUt-l an if t.i i"if- wiis. -'f th law, an I that th '..rn tii -! ii- huii a liirht t i'iu- th- Ih-tiiM If the lti!inr had ii-i.iThI th Itv,. J:iK" Kl-in t K ihi t- tin.. al th! thr p-titi- nr had n.'t .cht Tirei for hl allf -! : un tfifwULh ih- Droi-r nr- itire II .:, hM if iumtr had cnr-Md with th- imivi si n.- uinl t rtra'iti'x f th- law. l.t IfCal i- ui -h..uld hair t.-n th---u:!i u writ f ot-r-11- larl. ECH0 0FTHETU0HYC,SE. (!rj;:i!iist Sues In CnliVrt :i Siiiary I'liiim. I'redi ri. k 1. Ilickett. who was or.gmUt at St. Patrick's Chimb when the Reverend I "at bT Tunny was pastor, has brought suit .:galn-t Archbishop J. J. Kain and the I:v- ... ei.... ...... . .............. r.... ??)- t.... t'lt-iti. iLiioiiii .t'loi's.-. .... f..... FSllt.i which lit alb-g. L due htm. Mr. H-cKetJ albgis that be contract. -d with Ihe lj.-v-eretid la:her Tuohy to play the uig.in end dir.-ct the .-butt- ;or 5i a month. He as serts th-t lit- rendered service from Novt-n-1o-r 1. ivii. to ictob.r 1. IKfi. and Ihat he reiviv.-l o:il i". i". for bis services. I Father I'.inpsey, p.--stor of the church, said last night that tn.- balanc- ctiim''.! by . .Mr. Ib.keit has not laen paid because he -io.-s not know anything -ilmitt a is.ntraet I mad- with Path, r Tunny lie s.ilil th.it irany bills again:. I the chuich have lien prtsenti-l to tilm f)ir pavment md tint h Has r. f-ised to pay them unless in- km vv that tiny were cornet. Ill thin oiso he ...... i. . i... i..... .. .... i.... . .....1 r-.i.. - in ii I..- o.is ".III. .Hi it.-n-.is i..'1-i to back up Ids claim an I hai t will not be paid until it is proven torr.ct. SCISSORS THETAILOR robbed. Tliii'Vi-s Cfiiiinl Oil" Mot hinjx V:il- in-tl nt .?:ni). Wl lie i.e.. I. S- I-ers. w! !-.r.ilei a . lotlibig st-.r. al .V-. ."'H S. ulb ....nd. v.a.-t at Mif-i i In the r.ar .-f tiw h). r- lat night, fn-k tr.i--v.-a n.i. I.- a.i ttith jitsit J ilb of .-!..b lis ri: I.s.lv e .llMslol l ab.Hlt fne d....:i top ..als. e.t'.tl .suu and nln- n-ti--ot Ir.ttners. Ttie the vej. vter- evi.l- nll evf-lts end. ae-i.-r.hng lo the opinion .f Mr. S. i-n.irs. luid ! fi.-rentl watehe.1 the plac.' for several d'lys. a. id laln H.Htir.l-Ke ..f th- al.tnce of t le profH-l-tor tr-.i.i th- stoi" tni.i. a ri. e. baul Ttl lh.lt i.s I1..I illcovef.-l by Mr. Ci eset until .1 H-l.eie. a . nMotner. ..illi.l to fat Hie balance .,n a pair f iroueis. win. h he nil -.l.vie.l t-nt Ij. jen.-r-il.v mornlnz The stri. a.sr lir .if tr-i .-ri which JIi. SWh-ie h...l - le. -.1 war anielic lh" t..tv tak. 1 f III- ..l.l '. HI'' 'I"' .il'sell ! ,1-e. 1..1 tne .r..fn.t..r 10 make lurth-r Inttn i..rv of Ids Ft", k . .... Mr S ss..ri- sav that ihlt I' tt. s -end vllt IhJt he has had from r. M! In tie l.u mor.th Tl.- r- l-l-rv wan ref--rt."l at bead-iu liters t. J.. SIit " ST. LOUlcOUNTY NOTES. The prosiciitioii In the case of Klnnier fel.lt vs. l-i. . which war. to have .one before .lilstbe of th. reac- 11.111s1n.11. .11 Maphvvoo.i a w.ek ago Saturday, has w 11 dropiH-l. I.acev is -in expressman and was .-hirgiil with demanding "','' ,"" ,'"' ,"': liverv .if go.nls to ritiaierfeldt than ne had stif.ulat.d on taking an ord..r. Ih.se all -gallons l.icty d. nie.1. -The ti) vv 11.11 t.leph.iiie lino alios the ilrav.ds road to Keiron is now llni-he.1. - P.-r.v lSla.km.-r of WVlis'.-r. '.-lnle hunt ing last Thnrlav v.lth his broth) r. t-.dvvar.i Itiokmer. and ISoIt rt Hunt, iii-iil-ntally oischaig.tl his gun. The shot ore or the end of his boot and ba.ilv vouml.-l hi fool. -Felix Coum il. No. HI". - A" "f Well-.-ton. has rleete.1 oili. -rs tor the coming vear. a- follows: P. I: H'.t;. r-gent; .1. H. W. Poeksl. tie. s-crttarv-; ... . M.-ee. . haplaln; I: W. Steel, guide: . t,. Hoif .uan. collector; A. i ','nsV'1''. tr:1!-"'''r: A. C. Johnson, orator, and I. L-nger, war dn. -At the last meeting of 'jodce No Knights and Indies of U ashing, in. .tllen ton. oilicers were elected for the tnsuing vear. The results of the banning wire; Pirsident. William P-vbr: vice prt blent. Mrs. Kate M. lloyler: s. cret.t-y. W. I.. Tiske; treasurer. T. W- L-'M"rtol,i -K,i!' ri1' Charles U Jones: sentinel. William beaton; picket. H. r. Waggoner: directors. -Mrs. Fatherton. Mrs. Catney and .Mrs. fJude mutlt. M..Vri-.(-a H..n.n were psued at Clay ton yesterday to Pilr'ck L-nlon of alley p..rk and Mirv Jack-on of -No. -all (. ass artnue: Walter Madlov ami Anna f-herln of .1. titling--: Mack W. I'-w-H and Louise II. Khert of St. lavi'i". I.ettrs of administration 011 the estate of Augiict Atr.b-ieh of Knrek) were gtant-.I eest.-rday o T1.1 otby Lvmp- v. His bend : was tixid :.t $s.r.j. 1 -Mrs. Frank Smith of Hwv r lle.1 at her 1 borne yesterday morning at -I 'lock fn in an attack of asthma. Her tuneral will take place this afternoon at -' o clock fiom the Evangelical I.utlteran Church at the ctrn-r of the Clayton ami Hehler roads. .Mrs. Smith was S years old. hhe leaves one child, a grown son. -The Countv Court ycstenlij- Irstieil an order directing Surveyor and Road v.cni missioner Edgar KaPP not to contract for I any moro masonry or ro'id repairs without a fpcclH order. r - ss FIRE Sr'.LYAGE P..ICES. Fur Capes. PO flO -ituIii u i:.. Cu.JU (.'j' nnrili SI0.00 P Cfl '"-'', 01 00 ..,, l-x-b,.- S2.98 ;rj:.r;ia;s!5,oo S3 98 ;r.;;r.v:h" sio.85 S4.88 ;"';..' " S25.0 $5.98 :;:"'-"- S8.98 yA ? mm ft 1 OOAAAXCAeVcio BANNOOKBURN RAN SENSATIONAL RAGE. Srliicilii-i's IIiiim. W1111 Turf I'uti- fti-pss talji-s, .Milt in i :::;i, Willi Wi'i-ilit I 'p. GEYSER WAS THE CONTENDER. Kiiij-slfllc Two V.-ai-(ii Itv Kin;. shin. Al.-ii Siniii! for iin- St. I.miis Tiirfniaii- -Mull- iiinii lluili- Kiili. i:i:piiiic m'kci.w. San Frane!.sc , Cal.. Jan. r.-l5.irney Schreibcr's gn-at horse. Il mnockljUtii. ran the race ot bis life at Tanforan Park this afternoon, wh. ti he shouldered the crushing ilii;sist of 121 (tounds and rattled ..If a mile in the phenomt i.a.ly fa.-.t time of 1:33 flat. A field which Included the best horses In training on the coast this winter, finished behind liannocfcburn in tne Turf Congress Stakts. whit h was worth S..". Ed Corrig.m's great Reidlnic Heyser. who gatlnpeil seven furlongs the other day In !.. was the favoril- for to-lay's big event, anil he pro. -si t,, be the contending horse at tile finish. ;.- r g.ve Ilannockburii a lot of weight and a Ua.lng at seven-eighths of a mile the last litre thc met, but S.-hr.-i-ber's horse was haroly up to a bruising ra.e that day. in addition to which he ran nojiollzeil ail the hard Iu.-k of the race, wh.Ie (leys, r t.ad clear sading. To-day he and ii.-)i-r tn.i on ev.-n terms, ami HaniitHkbtirn proved that l.e was the best hotse by winning cleverly. Consider ing the class of horses he beat, the weight he packed .mil the fast time the race was run In. Itannockbiiin's in-rformance to-day stamps h.m as n- of the best race horses on the Amtitcan turf in recent years. The American race record for a mile, run over a regulation track. Is l.:'.v. established by Libertine. 3 (X at :li. Harlem track, in Chicago in 'Jl. Ifannockhurn's perform ance, however. Is much ihe best, consider ing the time of the year it was made tn and also the item, mini's impost he packed, pal etot's rtcort tor a mile, made in a trial against time over a -tri'lglil course. Is li,f. 3. 'I ne grr.it Mdi ot Prince Charlie was a 4-year-o.d and earned ll' iounds when he ran thl mile. . , . , .. i.iin.Hkbiiin. wimi. r of tlie rurr 1.0.1 git.s .-.ak-s. ,s a .".-ve.ir-old bay horst . by H. nd.ii Ivlwards lieitte Ii...im-. who a'so piodi.cd tn- good raie hotse I'ttviir. lan nockloirii mane his uebiit as a 2-year-o.d in Colonel Hill McCiilgan's colors and -v as aliout the best colt ot nls age In the West dining the season of ".'.'. winning the 1". iM lajuisville Futurity ami other clas.-i -s. As .1 ;i-v.ar-old be rac-1 but little. I,IHK troubled' with Unit. ness, that eventually cau-ed Mciluigati to s. 11 him to Pat 1'unr.e Pat iampalgne.1 the horse in the Last lasi s.a-oi. and U-at al! the good La-deni hnn-iiiap t.otst.s with tlie son of Hay len l-yluarcs. It.iiiockburi:'s most creditable I'.)' formance In "'J was fits ni-ond lo tlie black vvhltluiiid Imp. 111 the Siibtiriian. After h'-t-tlng all tl.e races be could out of the h'Ts". Imnne soi.l Hann. ckburn and Ily-Hy-Mb'nt, anotlu r good one. to Scbrclber. t'hen llarnev iMiught i:.iiiii.'kburn for Rfti. 'Id- general inipre-sion was that lie had got what they . I. signst-d at th- track as a .le u ..tie. limine liim-elt made ro s.-crtt if the fict that llannockburn was off in about as ninny l'gs as he could be and stand up. "He is a good honest horse, though, with lots of speed, and It vou can make him san.l up he wilt win hl.xself out." Pun-ie "1 know It." repl'ed Schreiber. Iian nnckburn is alt rlghi. Pat. The only thing that I'm kicking about is inlying S..'"i f"r """" ..... Can't let Mill go for any less. ' said I at. flrmlv. "Evi-ii If be nev. r races again, he will "be worth more than that to me as a stallion." lUwuey paid tin- ?'.." and took llaiinocu l.iirn. Tha- was aft. r the liors.- liad beta beat. 11 l.y II.111 Ipnss nd other fourth-rate telling platr. and was not vvitbln littv nounds of the form he had showed a month before, when he was winning everything 111 sight at Prighton Heach. Schreiber made 110 atWmpt to get Ilan tim kbtirn D-ady to rati- In tin- fall. He I-1 the horse have pl nty of rest, carefully doc toring up his Itgs all the while, ami when the ireirop.litaii hiwii ended sIiIpihsI him to Californl i with lil othir horse". Af'er he got to California. Schreiber continued to i.urse llannockburn carefully, and the horse Is now hi shape to beat the best they have on the roast. Schrdber's Klngstelle. a bay tlllv by Kingslon K-tella. also scored in it., fir.-t race at Tanforan Park to-day. defeating a field of fast 2-veir-olds at seven-sixteenths of a mile In the fast time or :. W. ather cleir and track fast. The summaries: Kirt race. 5ven.?lvt.enlhs of a mile. I-ve-ir-e!! -Kinci-t. r. :-i illullmanl fi te 1 vt-n M. I" T.irpev. Ill iSincerl : in 1 scind. ttr.lfte-. 1. it: In--1 i: t 1 third Time. 1.1: itin" r. Iin.i" Ale sr. ':. a and carobrl-n aln rn. S..s.r,i r.i.'e. teliirc mtv a d a haT) -IhUv I" . PC IT Wal'hl .1 to :.. n..n. 1...liMt MT iJ Mar tin) ". to I. ..--end I'Mmun. Ii,) 1 Vital .el. S to I third Tltr- : -& . .Ma.l.mth.rre and Billy Mrli.iskv a!- r-tn Tl.ndr.i.e .. 1 lnr tx furl) new -Slv. ill iS'rwn r.rl. J t !. won. tbn Led I 1W .:.i. 3 lo 1. see,,n. Wveml-'r 1 rt .t. w.d..l; 7 t 1 thirl. Time. 113'. -.-l.itft. Ito-:i.ra. frl. n Yarubi. n.H.l 11-i.e and Maud reri:iioa als, ran Ki.ttitti race. Tur )' ne ets Sttke i ne m.I.'-llann-eKhiirn. Itl illullmini. 7 to 2. vn. itvsr. I?l iSr-n.)r. 7 e ;. e- nd . 7 rler IW il'lir c.ittl. .". t- I. third Time. 1 t. hli-h ennal-the trail, re ..pf i: n fh.ran. Flower f i: M S.ir bn. Advan-e ):uard. niinthus and Yell.-w Tall als. ran Fifth race selMnc mile- Hcolrh lis Id t(f Uen kiai ! ' " - M. ntallrde. ins T Val-h. 7 to t -ee-.d P.ed 1'ir.it' V'7 (llusM 3 t- I third. Tnr.c. I. II1.. rira.lv. Torlbio. I'inc Lfnionac ar.l Ant-'ltiette aLso ran Utti rare, selling, rite furlongs-Maxtdio 112 (.n'n-eri - to l. won: UoM Itaron. 112 tjenkm). .". to 1. see nd. Carter II. lla-rlon. 112 IT Wa sbl. r. tn 1 third. Time. IfC Mafada. 1' F. Itema r.v. Lulu VV IMerta and Luna Matie also ran I-idv lll-lf lft at pest .MESS. I.IVK OAK. Jim Artbnr's Horse Captiirnl the evr OrleiiiiN Feature. P.El'l'ULli" -s-PECIAL New or!sns. Li. Jan. . ?o e;s.n w-a the Live Oak Handicap at rne mile, the 1 V txak feature on to-daj's eard. that th shortet pr'i-" I laid ag:itr.st any of the i-evtn starters as IS 'o -. Iniresle, P-vti r Vaughn Wat at f..ur. hs j lira - l-rt rnmir i half ivnnt. with Mi-" Jl. l l-a .i',d Arthur llehan ...1I5 kl.ade V'fer Tne 1.-:. . r w ' -"' ..ai Kepi 111 a j,.izj.tr. miti. lien. bt:t r.-t rthelcss the betting was very I- .! It.-lor PaiKei. ihe iengt slw t in the r.i- -ei a dlzzv pa.-e to the he-n! ,.f the .tret. 1. Wi.cn he , .ll-ip-e.l Then Andes, f.mreate -tnl Arthur llehvn went tn the frt.nt and f-.uht a t,u: to the wire. And)- winntnje, all out. b a half li ngth Arthur llehan got second pl-vce 1" the la.t Jump, beating Laureate a nose. lKictor Vaugnn frll out r.f It at th first ouarter. lie did not fhoA- any tpre.1 at any stage. Th books opene.1 Ilu-hKelds and I T. Caton equal c-elces In the first, a mile and twenty vard felling affair As both belong to the Texas itr.tinsnt there was an Interval before i was ..Allnl.l- sttletl nhl.h .n. n-q- ......Ir thA ... ,..---- ...-.-. .-..... -r. ... .. ..3 .u..'.... 4.-r.cy. It Ug-n to com In oa Hushfleias in FIRE, SKOKE, WATER 0:0:-- sCVsU -i"ru'i; i .-tnix smic O r.nJ Skirts all at !":r? nrir 41-125 north FIRE SALVAGE PRICES. FIRE SALVAGE FRICE3. UKOADWAY. FurSc.irfs. Cloth Skirts. I ' 1 a r . S urfs SI.48 td:Ust.r Seal OJ QQ I ur s-.-arfs 01.00 IT n Marti n I'.ir i arf !- .MS.al.l- I'.,. I'ur s.art S2.98 firaat.':.f ""$5.95 S3. 88 v"I',a'" "i" ,:'"t ! f .nrv ta:i tr mnii P"SA QR ".. I'ir Serf W II w I'.vtil Fur Colin rntinc; Silk strrx. ---. . . '., 1 !-. Inr Collar, tt-s Jl.-IH r ..,,, I ur .oilareties J'.os T nl'iir I'.. Han 'i. s 1" I'ur ) ella-eis i: -V Pur ) . c ir i .-s 1 1 i i ..r - $..os .. ii.os 55. os . J(..os CP (I ova(LA.yo5 Vt-t.T up t.. 11 ti , t"-it. t auH .Tt 1 n.n up jat 1. ! 'iif-. ;. riKf h- tt- '-r of it !: n. i i- k r t h. 1 t rniifK :nt . fti irt. i. I- nn t.rjtu It 1 i flt 1 1- tfi ! uii an-! j.il . ,m wn !; 1 u ,i:m! k inic aa' !v tw I'-nKth. I: r. i II 'inl.r tin- n n.i X,x a ji.vr.t' a l--af'i , r,-t f..r . -n-1 ni r ! U " n U h-n t :n- Iui rs !,- v I.tTn t wa M'.f.l -rrtiv in th- -. .m! u hatr fu.-L- mt i.an-li' ai i..r - uir-''M th . nl ra t ! ' - 1 h:-- -n'-irt ''K- irinljplnn f- t( !roifi. t ha h m Uirr"! in th- ImUts Th.r i idn.tii. ti w.ii. 11, at th .)! mkhr n t r (it a ! u- l ;;.!. rn t-rn. w:irrjn"l him i ine pa ' thv waul) ! t- p, --t .t th- i U tth l.u. a- .rrt. Kip!1 Knlt-ht Mnr,- -11-i I-"rliiifh'i fn wr i r: nall -ii:l . h. i- Th vtV ,h thf .4li'-r r;tik'l It ni 1" t . ' J. K.n.li-1 f.!,.: th ?vit t . ifll In" j:i utr'' h. whn Knirl.t H n-rt hk1 ut .tr k i :i -i K!l-r. Kinirf was ..ml. whtJ F--tirrhuxfen tat iiiit-r I ah a n- f-r ti i: t nn n v. rt Va-. th -vn-m n v fa"rtt- In !. 11 il'- an-l a i.rt.-r tHU .k ext-ni. u-. (e..uri)i t--l" !! ititii.:! N..nitir wtU th- 1 I : r tarlv a mil"1, wh n. rir,: t h ir t . ,' 1-if.iJ hrn. Kv a ui'l f I-TiKthH U" t-r r..i JSiKht N -:1 t '..mlnK fat thr uch tt.. .f.-.-k t --i .'ni mn-r bv tu- 1-fiuih tn.ra N1'-- V. at-r 'it. tl- vttlm 'f a UmI r.-!- .---t lav n a i-fun .nc iah ua. an M;-m r.i v i . th fifth a -n furl--nc Hi- .ii t.tt.. up a I if t f far t r h.m f.-r att-i t . . i . n itint t'. t' .-rft It Iw- ttinl. iTi u . ttt a C4.)i fim Ittit- Iliiiv. JamaU-t at at .1 jU1 r a r - I thlr.s wn tb- t i-:n; -nl tn a km!1p VI uria anl Mahlt)ii f 'i n ut f ' r IU dIh. TruUUin-. lis Ta. r ua- smithr) if. th ttrttth iil !li.lhOI in iti tut k- Th- fui in.aiJ-s: t-iit r . -tl UK. mil anrI tvv atv ar i -!tMhfiM.-. II- Kai.ni, ii and : t -. . -ally lv a lnxth ant a h.tlf. I. T -'at-n, ii- Vanlwrr.. :. t-. 1 .tt ; to .'.. "'ntl. !lani-- tl IK KrtnTi. h f. I. thtr-l. Tlr:,. t:-- Min.-i... ;.iM! nrlr, I.4t.i;uUi. llt i'KHfll, 2-htnfan ur t JIi.wlt-T a I raa i-intl rm-. ii'li'M(. wx ami a Iialf urlnt;-' Knight lunifrr- lu (NW'tm!. tF ." a-fi 1 t 2. wm 3Mly ! thr It-nKlht; Ktntlr-!. Itj b-ltil. 11 t.i ". atvt ' V l'. t--on'I, Irli'. Itun. li iih:.tM, ti J. thtr-1 t'ni. 1 S irl Ine-v I.'i'-t. ! -tr Fni!. Kim'wt-k. IttU an. I nm luff. Nn o'Ke. ;r-tj. ;illl .Mi 111 .inl llarn-.'w I.t ! ran htnl rav, tf-llui.'. Kill and a quarter AI Urt ViK 1"7S ';.iv.i-.m. II t- 1 an-l 1 t-. .' r,n fiMly l. inn l-TRth?. Hrlcht Nlgtit :.'t ilitt-ts-.n. l.f t an! ft t I. j5-oni: N"ii-r y. iVtM-r!!ran'I, t. I. thit'I T.i"-. Z:U Knar J hn. Sh'I irl Niln.ih. Jultu "aear. K!-.n-dvk ;i.,fn and J.irk I !.; alt-n run Kt.urth rst. t:i- Iiv- Mk IIanlk-.ip. ml!1--An!-. I't" iMIirh!1! t 1 a:i'l Z 1. 1. u..n dtivtnc I'v half a Inth. Arthur i:-ttan. SI w: l-r.-traii. Z ti 1 an. ? t I. Fx-int!; I.nt"-. U:3 luiew.. T tn i. third. Trp. 1 t" :trh- ' lH-t"r VutiKhn. Iv--tir i'arker anl Mis- Ma I also ran Pifth rT. i!fr k pvfn furln? Kwn". Ii.i Mit.r-li. ! I anl t f I n .v Th' iicth. Utfl H.lly. 1. (MrKlivy to 1 rvl tt. 2. Miinil: V-ir i'r-t. ll' it'Uur.i. 4 to 5 tnii.f. Ttirf. I 3!'-. Jnnit K.. V..nf-w.rth. iN.tmrn-. t riptallinf. Sr ttih Orit, Tinkler ..! Hn lt'lr al-.- rn S.xth n ll i r tlx ftirlnir Jatnnl a. !'! ti hti.pii. 3 tr, I and -f n. .n ail I ta.. Kncth. itnrla. l ilH.mtr.lrki. ." t- 1 aivl 3 t. 1 mNiTnt. ManNt. n M OViroi.nd 13 t- 1, third Tin: 1.1. Mimii V Ilv lltby, Tnuhal-ln-. Kl'ra Z-ifiiI and North I'mbria a!o rin. .mi:iiu"n ti itr roM;iiis. Tlir .Mi'tliiir .i-liiliilrd for -xt Tlmr4tlH l!fI;i red ittf. inInnnti. o Jan ? Th" tnllns rt th A m rim n Turf i'nncrf-". tn I'-iincton. Kv.. next TT umlav. x t-alVd tt t'-n.Ehr bv Ir-!'1-nt V. K Srhtilf f ly nl5Vii; and with It lie r fit'iil h? prfMnl and l.rvt'.r S--rury K '. II''tr-r anl A-"-t:. Sfarv Iili-.n rann t k r any ravin f-T thN rdi al actkn. WOMAN'S DRAMATIC SUICIDE. Intcrni'iit'ri a ('aril (ianif to Take I'oisoii. i:i:rriiLif.fni'LVL faiibury. Conn., Jan. S. Wbllo playlns a game of canls with her two datishters last evenlns, Mrs. Hetirue O. Hill of Hrook llild Junction arose from the table, sayini; to one of the. Klrls: "Vou play tfi- next hand for ine: I'll be bark in a moment. I am KOinK upstairs to take ome niedlclii-." In a fv minute.s she had r tuttied and resumeil the pine, as thouKh fiothltnc bad happened. Suddenly, just ius a band was il.alt to her. she scriatnel with pabi ai.d fell from her ehalr to the floor. Her husband, who had bt en absent, rt" turned at that moment and kndi b lift her. "It Is all over," she said. "I have taken poison." Ileforo medical help could be ummoned Fhe vvas dead. An uncorked Kittle of poison, tifed la ex terminating rat-s. wa found In her poeki;. Half of Its contents were irone Suddt-n in sanity Is the only explanation that can be offered. SIXTH ANNUAL DINNER. Aiiu'i'icaii 'liainlirrof Coiiiiiieirc in I'aiis I'liltTiaiiuMl. Parl Jan 5.1 -The sixth .1111111.11 dinner and nieetitiK of the American "handier of j Commerce in Paris vva h.1-1 to-nlitht at j the Kestaurant Ilonvalet. and proved tne mtst Micccssful ever held In p dnp of at tendance, there l.eini: pnseiit 1-V members and -i few invited iruest. ineludlni; 1,'niteil States Consul ilt-iieral John K Oowdy and Ihe slafT of the Cotisula.e. ami Professor Itenjamin I). Woodward. Assistant fnlte.1 Slabs Commb-sioner of the Paris Kxposl il, ti General Horace Porter, the I'nlte.1 State. Ambtysnilor, was unable to tie pteseni. o Inc to a previous1 enKacement. As a mark of the esteem of the member", and In recognition of the energy and siio ecss of the a.lmlnistritl n of th" affair of the chamber under Ilenrv Peartrec. he was presented with an emblem of the Ia-cion of Honor. Md in br.diaiits. he hv Inc Id-.-ii made a chevalier of the legion bv the French Oovernment In Ociober Inst for his active participation In the ncsr.tia tions of the t-'rinco-Aiiierlcan commercial treaty. .Mr. Penrtree tcpliod to the prcsentalion address In a pra.;iou speech. Mr. Cr.vvdy to K advatiiaKe of the oect slon to present figures. showinK the fullfll ment of his prophecy made two years prevl- C :r;e ft' , r'. '. c.'a. .'"'. p-.'e, Psr5vj-&-i',: ft v. v,ii'. i'i i No lying tho merit of CASCAUETS. friends hmv ood tliey arc. price to anyone who fails to - S JjjPLb CANDY CATHARTIC. Now that fsnuntlslikc a liberal otter, hut these single 10c sales alone don't count for success. It's your cure and your fjood word for Cascarets that will make tiiem famous in the future as in the nast. Start with a box today. 10c. S3e. SOc. all drueijists. Free sample and booklet. Address Sterling Keuiedy Co., Chjjo. or X.V. I Best for the Bowels 2; o (?vv.-n(-?v(-7i?vv.-W?vvai U3ii'i.t--a.s-.t.-it.c--. :55iii5iiW5a9i.xiai9354j) 1 Co vU Mthi unutc Snl. - i - t - r rwAT P Y - J .o le. -ne.l s. r.- Iiiess Skirt. b"rr""" S3. 98 oo.ao Waists. il TifT- 'a PI PC A..,- s 00. 00 "-.v- -ii, Ta.1i.-t-. si- 1. .t, i- n. t :Cs"ii. .""'' S4.98 Ov & HAVE YOU BEEN WHIl.V OTIIKIl't l"IL C(1V1'I.T O o CO m m Vl' o ai'iwS ?1 J"Mfc.St DOCTOR JaWc-ANY ntieifinCuSi llutlaess Mea la the Cltf- WM.i SERVOUS WMX: vn.. rtHc ?truni.a tKrf.ni; a.an.itra mrvoui t'.c rn a-i- oy tvr.rk; ficeiiu and fit u ruL"tn m .-.r.M of bedy J-nd brala tlnht m.KT. '?' I.i th urin?. di-zlnm. ; rg rrt-in ry la-k f cjnr.dnc? tn-i ambition, r 4 i- iie rjtck. Mn nd kidneys nd cthf t- ,tr-riirj sni.t-rr." unfittlne jr. fcr builnf tr t. jr TV tor S-aeiny cclal syptem of tratnnt t-.U" ur VOI". r-tcr your physical p. ii al l;alHi r! rak vru once tacr a mant 0..,r -.- -. m-ttr -who nr whit r" frllM OOTAGiOUS BLOOD POISON a4 -U d,a uf th Liuod i-roniptly and thtaj- us rurptl, and etry tr." fif the i-lscn ra5 tpat.l fTiia it -y-tfm forever. rJtcr!nff tealtii DTI ! t 'Mt' pb -nvntAivu ft-it. Galvanic and r. Fi H!;Tk!RJ7Y '-Jt Electricity aclfnun- hi: 't- mi i-rn forms tn conjunction with rpeclal meti: al tra?m-nt iu all ca-ea where It can t of t -.'nt . llo'irt .. tt. m tt r. ft. Sunday i, JO TO U. WmQf0 yrur trouble If RJi N the V ffcouar tlE I Exs h- ire, l!rvI -tJud yrur troubl- If Itun?; atrayrrcr. anai curtsa at 2e to ll4lth. trf- Advlr' F. L. SWEANY. M. D., Cornir Rroadnaj an.1 Sarlft Street. St. Lonii. Bo. TWO-CENT STAMPS, In any quantity from 10 00 up, nt per eei.t filseouat. Only city Hale solicited. Cull on I'n.hler St. Lonls Itepul.llc. ercnlh mill Ollre. ously as to the Increase of commerce under 'he i res-ent nrift The exports from Paris in IS;..', he said, showed an Increase over tin .re of lS"i ' 31 tio.Ooo francs, and over those of Ki of e3.3T4.nui francs. In 1Sj9 over SC per cent of the exports were sold b. foro leaving Tarls He was of the opinion tba: th" txptirt trade of the l"nltd State to Vrance was only In Its Infancy and urped France and her people to buy American KWt.1?. In the speeches many approvlns refer ences vveie made to the reciprocity treaty between the two cimntrltt. and the hope of Hn nitltlcatloti was fr.qucntlv- expressed. At the business meeting, after the dinner. a resolution was adortea exprerslnc hop of the early retitVatinn of 'he treaty bv both Governments and confidence in Its ten dency to ir.. re . the c).mmercial relation of the two Kep'ilil'c? Profersor Woodward nike briefly .n t!.e npo.tlcn. The following ..fn-ers were elected: Pres ident, ll'rrv Peartr.e vice president. tlionre Arpanl trc-tsiircr. It. I. Phonlcer; secretary, t-'rarei- icimbel; honorary direc tor. John K. Howdy. DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE. Railway fVmilurtors and Engineer May .loin Hamls. ChlcaKO. 111., .'an. I" -The Chronicle to morrow will say: "Now that the Fedratlon of Railroad Kniployes has been dissolved. It is said that the otlicers of the Order of Rallway iniluct.r.s and those of the Hrotherhood of Locomotive nnpliacrs are wnrkln on a plan to brlnt; th -e blc organization to-j.-ether in a protective and defensive alli ance, to ileal with the rallvvav companies f the ci untry on wag. ir.d other ques tions Jiieob 1". Wrvterinnti Very III. " Jacob 1". Westerman. formerly proprietor of the Hotel Kozier. Is lylns seriously 111 at the Jla field Sanitarium. He had been, In falllnK health for several months, begin ning with his failure In business last sprins. A tbort time ago his knee was badly In jured by a fall, and an oi-eration becamo necessary He was reported slightly Im proved yesterday, but ls Hill In a critical condition. II. .1 tt. S-W. Enjoined. HKPfHI.li' M-KCIAL. Pana. III., Jan. SX The Hoard of Super visors to-day Issued an lnjur.ctlcn against the ij A o. S-W. R. restraining them, from removlnc their shops from this city. Two carloads of machinery were shipped from the hps here to Flora to-day. where the new sheps will be located. The division will alo be removed from this city. Over SiO men many of whom own their homes, will be compelled to change their residences In order to hold their positions. rC 5 9 jc 9 9 a i 9 I 9. 9 y: 9 f: 9 t; 9 jc 9 9 about Millions use thera and tell their We want to jrive back the purchase pet satisfaction from the use of 9. ' i I "l r ii &ftl y- ai VjV I !F Y4V. -al I m "- Hi i?5i Z fJi'.fe? r 4 4 - ..J J- I sAi;;iwVi , .,!-, j?MrtI '.f I t B" IL i vl .