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TIII keitblic: hi'xday. jaxtvvuy 21.1000. in ATTEND Extraordinary Bargains in every department. You never saw such Low Prices on Fine Shoes. Men' Fine Tan Shoes, $5.00, cut to .83,95 Men's Fine Enamel Shoes, Q Q ft P 34.00, cut to . .. -OOiT-J Men's Tan and B'acfc Shoes, 33.50, cut to CQ IR U'-'ilu 83,95 83,45 Ladies' Tan and Black Shoes, 35.00, cut to Ladies' Tan and Black Shoes, 34.00, cut to- - Ladies' Tan and Black Shoes, 33.00, cut to .82,45 A deep cut is made on many other lines. See goods and prices in show windows. 411-415 N.JROADWAY, STEAMBOATS. IflUUn Mississippi H8! FOR ARI-QRIS. The EleBart SUf ell Lirt in, Ljs, led frtfatrers II GUY IB HIT Of SI O IV1II leave St L. uis f r Nv "rJeap Ptruarv 1" Cairo Flrjm l1 Miiph Ph-iary n. Helena February Z- Or- r . ie Prrair 3 t hfctu-ff February 2-1 arrims at New Orleans Fehruar.. Ilth o thew McMrner are the r-arcet. F:n"-t and y-ihj -t on th" M iipt Iti.r havirir t-r c n niif for I'atnsers The cuibne will le tf the tw Fire f r r und flr tJ) lh!a Im u&-i tneali iHI" in Nw trleaii" Iri-s lUnl on u i oifanif I'ii:tpe t An n w b ? crej l il dreseirs New u leant Wnrfl t r - t f O.ne t HH ,mi AKni FOB HEW ORLEANS Knl ii TVs j Str, and riKS Nuh of fct Loui '8LL CITY. T B blms Mi - , c.ms Oerk The lircpfT ani Tin s Cpjinnr n t, Mi , River lea n s.tu i.i ia .'nut , Ir wharfheat. ft t f olive l I'fcone 'Main 1 0t JOIIV PIRH rnt Lee Line teamers. t"R JIFMI'IMS AND AI.I. V. ln'NT, Ivv nl s f -ig t a-,i a- -r c s t, - r nr t. for dli lanimi, th .t lUmilus an J rkan-al llivcr to lre ft t ft tTl AM bit ISFI S LI I leaves Tu e,a Jnt a . S t p m rMamc-id Jo wha'Loat I h n Main 541" A I I Lu-k. Oen Aet t AIduz. Com Aet WhTES AWAS8EMEHTf:, nnci lar w oinrrrT-i'-Krr N "-tr '"I EltOI Kt f r I" Oo-pe- ict: i im si4iii .fc iifiiuriK 'Grand T r t at Oirarau. tro- nierce and all wn tannine M n 'a Jan 22.5 r. m. Telepfci ne Vain J HlNTblt I EN" JEVKIN3 Asent St. Louis and Tennessee River PACKET COMPANY. , fT!!? "or Memphis, Tenn . Helena, Ark , JjpHi9"1fi fi-Jid ti uaj lan'n,:. la. ue t r iht skorm& tur all ui) landlne on Mii'-Utl Uier s uth of H leu a, and rka it-is Iller to line Bluff Mr ITY OF MFMPIIIS will leae wbarflfat, foot of line "t . llordiy. January 22, 5 I m Vh ne Mam . 11. JOHN K MAbFAtiALi: Acnt. TenncsKee um! Lower "Vllssisslppl Itlvcrs. notice to Miirri:n Fhip all fr-pht for "and nut ! rn Ia lu, ah and vV.attr.oo Ala , an 1 i"airo and e ksliurs via IM.lN'ils . I VTKI. ItUIAVAV CARE I.KF LINK STHAMI.Its llr okHn I 1 , and Cairo III l?Airi' LUk General Aject. Ihones Main ;i7A Main S05 PRIMARY DATE UNDETERMINED. limit County Dctnni-ints Adojtt a! Qualification Tost. REri'BUC fpeci u Dallas. Tex., Jan 20 The Hunt County Democratic Execu ive Committee decide I to hold the primaries late In April or early In Mav, tho date to b determined latr. . The following was aBre-d upon av the test I that must be accepted In order to entitle I oicrs 'o participate In the primaries "In olin? this ticket I ailirm that I am e. Democrat, that I believe in the prinelp! s of the Cliicapo platform of l'! and prom ise ln good faith to support the nominees of the rcKUlnr Democratic part a the next Keneral election, both State and natienil " A motion that all n-srois be icluded from participating In the primarv prevailed A resolution, indorsing the Nation il Dem- J ocratic as and eatts Committee in Feeklm;. by popular subscrip ion. to raise a ' national Democratic campaign fund, w is adopted Hunt County Democrats were urgea to comnoute NEGRO MOB THWARTED. Tried to Lynch a Negro for Killinjr nis Wife. ItEPt ULIC SPECIAL Texarkana. Aik. Jan 20 News reiched here from Draughon. Ark . a station on the Cotton Belt Railroad, about forty miles north of tins plice. to the effect that Mrs. Alson Davis, a ncro. was killed b her husband Iat nisht. Davis was captured to-da and hail to b taken to Fordiee, Ark, to avoid the en peincc of a ntgro mob. DEMOCRATS WON. I'ntiie City Ticket at Knoxville, Tenn., Elected. Knoxville. Tenn.. Jan. 20. The municipal election of Knoxville to-day resulted in the i lection of Samuel G IIeikell (Dem) for Major, over George V. Henderson (Inde pendent). The entire Democratic ticket was elected the treatment that usies Catarrh Harry Bmy, TrelisT Salctim for Vejer hroic rrogCOwOf-t Louis. T-nte. -pr Ge- lirlitter' l-drlu&Kletiyde Irhaler i. the t-.t retaeny ftrCAtrrii I have need. 1 trot immeitiale relief aaj m note v well 4 erer rVtnjr a merltoriDas rret-rntla. X recom mend it to my trmde p r iv 1 1 mi m iiij,s.i..-.' in r m ''T?ol',"ltt)errYD!: INMiMcHr t- y-- ---t--rL - "" hv-wvwtKwmm Dr. Geo. Leininger's ft r 1 -F 4 & -12 FORMAL-DEHYDE INHALER Sold on . fniar&aU at ml Jrurrlrt SOrt or dirrci from THk UK. tO LEININOKK CHEMICAL OCX. VSiciro, lli. Hook k i mUU tr for th asking. 40UES fiST fBIEKDS HELD THE TRUST OF TWO MONARGHS, Fiom Koal Seiviee Olnf i(oo",liii Descended to Odd diilis in WeltMer Gloves. ONCE PREACHER IN DENMARK. He .iliandoned Wealth :ind :i l'.iill- iant Caieer Ilivaiise ()f Ciiuf at tin- Dim ill of His Sweetheart. Olof Hocghn wears rough joatu clothes nml does odd jobs aiound the homes of resi dents of Tuxedo Park and Wibster it h' has been the trusted emploo of two inon arehs and has h id an t duration that mado Ii.m mi Ulfied to be - Luther m ininisti r In Dmmark. an Instructor In the stlmcts and a practical mrrhan'cal engineer. He held one of the most iullupnti.il position- In the scientific circles of IKnmark and later he occupied .1 similar place In Gtrmanv Itut l.e was ilisannoin-ed In Im.-.. and then, holdirg life valueless, he dri'ted to An erica, not caring what became of l.im or whltlar he wttit and relate! to the He i, of Rood birth pr,s-nt ctnnnndins General of the land forces of Denmara Slxtv-two jcars ago he was born In a li'tle village which is situa ! In the in-terio- of Penrairk. Hi father w .s a school tFachir ly profession and a s-io:i of one of the manv noble families who hive bec0m impoierished and whose Ien-nd-ants hae b, en forced to setk humbltr call ings In order to rain a livelihood It wis the dear. st wish, of lloetfin. senior, that his son. Olof. who lud earlj exhibited t-istis of marked alillt. should hn-nn., -, im.,.. llf th. no-rei aii in, pilns ,re made to was enect. and innetar sacrifices were made in o--Jer to mike the fulfillmmt pos sible Olof was put through the Rramsnir and hiuh schools, and in both he acquitted .,1,1.-111 wch. ineu. whtn he was 13. he ' was sent to a theoIoR.oal s. hool ror three eirs he studied there rinaltj he was nd uattd and was Kun a snail parl-di in the j wuwrnmw 01 his birthplire I At this juncture hi, f.th r dicl Then Olof whos,. Inclmatlm had betn forced bv , ins father's wish. b. i;an to tire of the mln lstr Af ir much hesitation he sought and obtained a position n a t.a.her in one of , the Danish mibik schools . IIIr k'neasriiiiit Orol.en. Two je.rs aft.r this tiim a p:,ee of cool I fortune befell Mm A law linn m Cop,:,- ' hdqen n.itiiled him that a di-tant relitie. "noni re nan never sCrn- lwl aM In(1 Ipft him a IfRicv It amounted to abou $1) n our monev. m, tne m(..s in hand he lcan to Ion? for a higher education During hi, period a, a ten her he met and loved Katrine Opp the daughter of .1 merchant who lived near the school In which Olof tattKht III, lovo was recipro- cated Cut Olof ilru d.s!r-d -o follow out a course of s-iientifiL stii.K ,n nni, - . rr. - his loved one a better station in lite than h' could provide as hLhool teichir She t.-iurrea. nui ln spite of her obje-tion. h went to Coriihai n anI t'nter-M at the . - - - - lit 111) VOUlJU, she refused to answer hi- letters I Hi almost superhuman effort he managed to secure his dfgrte as civil engineer in two jears lie r turned to the sieae of his I labors as a ttaLl.tr. but Katrli.e had mir- I i rieu another mm I IiIconsolate. Olof Hoeihu returned to t-op nhaijen He plunfeed into an a'wmict stucv of sclent- For seven tirs h(. r. -mjined ennro-Md in rt -earth. , Th. n ho was annoinud as a nrof. -sr in tho .-...,. n i nasen LnlversIt He bit i me well known. 1 I and even wrote books and pamphlu- on ' I soitntiflc matters, that made him locillv ; quite famous. He Ctme under the person il I observation of Kirtr I'mlerick Mil of Denmark, and accepted, at the Kill's re- qcest. the position of Government l.and Mipervisor and Inspector TI - was verv Important at 'ie time, as n w survevs of the Kingdom were being made aril a i-Ien- tifie tabulation of the r, sour es of th Kinedom wis in process of elsboratloti At this pot he gained more laurel, and repata tion. Meantime, he had not forcotten Katrine Opp He treasured her Imace In his he irt At this time he- was offired bv Kinperar MlIiam of Germinv a similar los'tion U the one he held in Denmaik i-,1 t ere w is somewhat "lmilir work to b done II- re ft pted and commenced work in a larger and more lucritive field In rraneo-l'riisslnn Wxir. For ten veai's he was m the t-t-ivi-, nf the Oirmnn n-iier,r Durim; the rraiiri-rii. slan War he oluntcerid and s rvid with distinction upon the stiff of a ' peril of Urisade It was sro"! after the . lo,e of this war that the event hipptned vvhi h upset him One dav he received a telesram from a friend of his savins that Kitrlnt a hushind hid died He s'arte.l for Denmirk Imme di tel When he arrived he found that the n-w- was true Hut Katrine aio was suk and on the veree of death I'htir meeting w is full of explanations. They prottsttd af fection, but she elitil Iloechn had by this tlmo considerable 1 tnenns He set out across the oetan thouzh his onl definite idea v.a.s to g t s fir from the scene of this list parting with his love as possible He dme to the Pnlttil states For ears he wandered arountl from place to place, till his money was pone. He sought emplovment ns a survevor, but failed He drifted West as a tramp The first work he secured vvas with a contrac tor's pans, who were building a new rall roal in Illlnoi- lb- earnol Jl 25 a day with a pick and shovel This was about ten 5 cars ago Since then he came "bv accident" to St Louis, thence tn ih,. suburbs Now he is a fimiliar figure in Webster Groves His forehead is high 1 and receding Ills nair is gra ana nangs ln pitriarchial locks His mouth md chin are firm and strong, and garbed with btard and mustache Hut his eve is sunken anil dull showing the impres of his misfur lunes The Ako When Slirlit Fulls Varies greatly, but classes should be worn at tho first warning Doctor Itor.d. e-vpert optician at Mermod & Jarcard s, i;rcadway and Locust, makes no charge for exatnin" Ing the ees and insures a proter adjust ment. Steel frames $1 and up, gold $5 and up WOMAN CUT HER THROAT. Jlrs. Faiah White of Sycamore Committed Suicide. KEPCI1LIC SPElT VL, e- T Tws Mro C-t 1 Vl r-.aniore, in . a.. -.-.,.., --.-.. White, wlte oi a prominent lanner neit-, committed suicide to-day by cutting Iicr i.ltchhcld. Ill Jan 20 Mrs Martha thro it with a razor. To make dt uli dou j.y I Hates Griswold died at Horn-b this morn certain she dropped her head Into a tub of j Ing. arid . ears water alter eutiing ntr inroai. iii-iieani. vvas the motive for the deed Texan fix 11 Appeals Court. .t-r.T-TIJ, t-PI.CIAL Dallas. Tex . Jan 20 The following were the proceedings In the Court of civil Ap leals of the Filth bupreme Judicial Dis trict at Dallas to-da Ca.es ali,mie2 Joln M irttn v Jt.'m 11 Parle Hill. Kldlit Mutual late A'to-Utltn vs W T Harris el al Wood. Tcxa in anl li uncirv C, mpany it W J I-.ap Lrenlnir t .mi in ll..wie I.itimtr X Human vs I W Thomson et al Lamar J ParKer et at vs l sin. A. Hienl; Oallss , rtearsuei ana atnimeij souti,ein on temian ti i J vvl)s.n et al . NavaiTu, It. W lt-i-e n et al i? tne Peo, le s UulMmg. Iyan anl n 1 inis. Assisiatlon. Lowie lleversed art reinanded W M Williams et al f vs Edward l:mb.rs.n etraon la tli- ca- of I I., ll-lymaii vs Aultrcan Mill-e- A. Co from Itallas t .untv the ju lament of t re. court t elow w 111 be reif firmed, prov iu.- I a re mittitur uf 13 he filed within ten dajs. uthtrwi&e iver-fd an I remaiiltsl Motions dirp,i!ssi of Missouri, Ktnsan and Texas lullwa Companj vs o II crow tier le teanng overruled i lt of ItalTas vs J I. Iti,; tnan, rehearing overruled. Ljuis Curtis vs Gulf Colorado and anta Ft- Itatlna) toaipanv, di4 mlj appeal granted W I; IVIker v It Douglas, to flu transcript granted J v Minn vs Waiahachie Ixs'ge "so. M. I O O P di mlsa apisal overruled Cat suh-nitted 1' Freemaii vs II J Catee. Ellis Texas and. Pacific lUllwa) Ccmpany vs. A. O. Moeeley. 'Marlon, lluey i PullW v. :rK rwell. ailnilnMritnr IVilli v iH.rf I'inil IkII t il h j 1, rti.wl.j. ' al lull i- Ul1"!! I nlfii THtrapli nij.n v It ira 1'irk.r f:nntn; I llhki t tl Mn V 1 l n 1IIT1 N P r V mn Htm ttn Jirs . t 1! lMlliH lr..k Ka .v 1 ni t n i M ite uf Iii itnn lull i 11 tri 4 iiitan 14 th ti . i II f t tl IH 1 is J 11 Lmnr. J p p. in 1, t r l I nun, I4.m1l Ttttl - It Viur ft il . iIltiu WILL HELP THE DEMOCRATS. Caiiicjrie's Opinion of tin l'.iss.ine tif tlu Gold Will. nriTin.irsi'i:riAi. W islungton .Km iiln .1 recent oonirr srilion with two Hi publican St nators An il' Cur-urlo stited. In substance, th it ti P.s-.Be r ,h1.K..M bin bj n.e nato. on lehitiar 13 would leave the tU. sli.tti if linpirlallsin the pridomiiiatliii; issue be fore the p. oitle In Ins iti.lmt nt. lit it is sue (iiulil not br:ns out tile full stri-tiBth of tin Iteput.lnans. al)(j ,le puri,it of his stat. ment was that, with the old bill .1 law. the Demo, rais ivoull line up sniidi a.-ilnst a divided IN publican pirtj ' 1 did inv utmost." said -Mr CirmKle, "In lv; to s.-eure tlit. elMtitiii of Air Metvinlev. I thought the m,in v issue whs nf iuc!i im pertaii.e that it Justin, d heroic 1 lforls of all nun to .!, f. at free oiiiir nf siivir. Ulth the pr. snt t,,ue of imperialism be fore the Ami ri. in tw ,,ple. It is imiiO!.slbli) that Ileimbli, an lim s 1 in be inalntuincd in broker As an adroi- part iolicj. It would 1" mmh wiser to ken the money o,uistion In ab.vance With tint unwttlol, ' llepuhlhans who are pronoumed antl lin- IrialKls. nucht 1). hiM to the support of Kepuldloiu .tin, ltd. it,- W Itli It disponed of nn I imp. n.ili,m the sreat issue, tlie iften wlii ft 135 wire known is R.dd Democr.its will be fi.m.l soli lv and icjires-lv. Iv for the D-noeratlc no-nlm . - It will divide the lit pet lie ins (u.i w,lldi: and strengthen their 01 pom nis 1 - vj TllO!tI: vr I'OIUI.lll I'ltH l. !jlts, si.irts itinl Waists l.'IMIIs l.-lllles 1 ""'' tin or In 1I10 lnrost l-r- ' 0I1.1111 luMorinu- l:,tnl.IlsliT.-,il In M. I .mis. 1 11 !C J 0,1 to ilsll this tlopnrl moiif. ; sv jiti In c-ijtmlne niir set. etions nf tulnles for II. o ,'iinihiK season. UK Asli sou to Bivr lis IV trial order. MILLS & AVERILL. into nu mi imm:. ST. LOUIS NCTREPRESENTED. Hclcaiion Kxjicilftl in California l'aili tl lo Anit'. iti:n tn.u' si'i-ri u San lrani is o. C il . J in 20 St I.ouU diltpates did not jppar at the JoMi-rs' Convention at Chieo It was petel that A. J anlin.llnt.luim eonimisj.i'iner i.f the M I-oui- Trail,.- t!urau 1" N Johnsoi, S orll and ilr. I'lVtin would l- prt-nt in an attempt to ntrsuad, retiilfs tint thrv woul.I lind Hid ne ,t is ople bitter friends than the jobtxr- on the .o.ist Uoonis had netn enc.id for til. p-rty at the principal hottl. but tn the surprise of iverv on. th. v dii n t show up A here the rit 1-ouls iltlis.tl.n Is -till iii7:li-s tho i inmitt. iltli,im,'i It i- leported tiia' th.ir n napp. irm ! du to t', ir ..it hiv ins rf, (v.. 1 invit.it. us If -u, ii I, thi fi t. tho hlundti w .- nii.it bv tnc cue in struciel to cfftil to the mit. The I'.lif. rnii d 'elation e i- r dv to sruc th. m.itt.r w th ti.. m . n all points TO N0MINATECANDIDATES. Xi'wlon I'oiinty Di'inocnus J'ix a 'onfiition O.ite. itrrriiMr si kciau Xiish.. Mo, Jan. 20 The Democratic Central Coimnltue of Xevvto- Count) met here to-daj and decided on a Dt legato fonvention for roiilnatlon of county of ficers The convention will be held at Gran ny April 7 A r.-olution oppos.ns a State primarv was pi-ed lO." Otlloos Ire.l,l Itonto.l In the Mtrm.nl .V Jiturl lluil.nm; Ilroad wa anl I.ci,-t I'lu.ice othces -till frr rent from $17 ."1 p. r month up Ai piv to Me- alr &. Harris, room 7)1 n. the buildinc iiii:n adoi.i'h i:iu:i. i:ii. ii Was Well Known !u ta-rman Tlls- slonr Work. Chicago. Jan ju-r.i her Adolph Kbcl. C. S S IS who hi- bet n nijiKed in Utrm.in mlio-nrj v.ak in the I mt.d States sinte WJ. dit 1 to- i 15 it r-t Mu hail s church. He was 72 vtars of ai. , an 1 w is born In ller m mj ii. was - atio-.td at IC.uis.is City. Detroit and Chicago. 1 Il.l.lVM Mot'iii rn Prominent Polllie'iilli Pnssrs tvu it 'I t-.irku i.n. HIA'CULIC SPLUL. Tt arkana. Tex.. Jan. 20 W tilt itn F. McCrite. a prominent eltlzm of this com munity died at his home, about twelve miles from this plat.- to-da He tenet! Howie Coanty for three sueetsslve terms as Trea-uitr. anl w .s u leading figure in lot al poiltiis He vva- an . I'unfedenile buldier and a Demo. 1 at .liitlge II. T. l.oo. IlKPL Ill.lt ' M'i." 1 VL. rine UlulT. Ark . Jan 20 Judge It A I.t. who has been a It iter in busit.ess ami politico alfairs of Dalits Count, Ark. tver since the war. dietl at his home- at , I'rlnieton tl ', mm nit), at 7 o'clock He 1 hud connections hi 11 and in Little Hock. It is said of him that he never had a 1 er- .sunal cneui. Don nor Iiitormt nt l o-Morrotr. p.epi li.ic -iti : vi Mount Vernon, 111 . Jan 20 Miss Clara Do.vner. aged 11 vears. arrived here at noon to-d i hiving In charge the bodies of her dicca-cci i.ircnts. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Downtr, which were brought here for buriil The fornur dltd ti Augu-t 22 list, md the latter oi December H. l'J7. The bodies will bo burled mxt Mondl. A. .1. Lola nd. HI-PI I'MCSl F'l VI. Favette. Mo. Jan 21 V J Inland, one of the best known citizt ns of Howard Couniv. died to-da. agtd 61 ear, He hail 1 1 Id mm itll 'i of trust anil v.is a prominent Deinocru He ic ivts a widow. Mm. .lolin t.Itunnon. lain nuc ti 1 1 ial. Lebanon. III. Jan. 2) Mrs John Slnn ron. grandmother of Alderm iti John j Shannon. Jr , dietl here to-div She leaves two sons c ii Miannon of Chariton, la, and 1J trick Shannon of this place. lolin Siajlor. KEPl'IiUC SPI ( IAL Auxvasse. Mo, Jan. 20 John Sigler, a hlghl-rtspectet farmer, who has lived In the i.ortluastt rn part of this count for more than thirty tar, diet esterda, ayed C2 tars Dootttr I. 17. Tlioiniison. r.ri't ni.il 'pli ial. Salem. Mo . Jan 20 Do-tor J C Thomp son, 7a vetr, old dittl liat nl..ht of pneu monia. The funeral will be h-ld to-morrow. Mr)t Mlir(11Il la(p, ,;rlsnol.l. yjTy MAC si . i I.vl. '.luit-oii (.llle-siilc-'s Pisnoral. P.EPPlilJi t-PH IAL Old Hlple III . Jar 20 -Simeon Gillespie, a farmer of thly township, was burled here tsUrda. He was Zn vears old. .lames P lo. New York. Jan JO James Pvle. the well known soap minufacturer. di d at his home in this cit to da, aged .. cars Mrs. Iloti.inlt-u l'ontiit.a. ltkl'l'lllaV fcPI.vTAl. Lebanon 111 Jan 2) Mrs Dominica Font iru d'e-d hire this morning, ascd fr! tars Wtdillng; Invitations Correct tn tint, tonn and -hape, of best ma tt rill and fintst workman-hip at most rea sonable pn-o-, at Mermcd i Jaccard'.-, So lid Stationtrs, Hroailwa and Locust -treet. Call or write for samples and price Petition in llniikriiiitt- HEPPri.lt SPfc.TAL. Paris. Tex . Jan 20 -1" M Smith, Jr . a siie-man for tht Crook-Ricord Compati of this t itv but former! In the shoe busi-ne-s ftDalla", flied a petition In ba-ikruptc 111 the F Je-al Cour' to-da His debts amount to J10w)l due prirclpily to different shoehouses of tc countr His asset3 are uothiu- above exemptions. JOHN BUSKIN DIED YESTERDAY. Stici'iiiulxMl to nn Allatlv ot Iullii- en..t at tlie.".o of i:i".ht- One Ye.ir.i. WRECK OF HIS FORMER SELF. Tin' I.o tif His r.t:ii:tifiil Wifi'and Ovi-iwoiL ('ausfd a l'aui.il I'In.sical and .Me11t.il CoIlapM." in Jftfcii. Indon. Jan SI John Uuskin did thH uftirt.oon ot inllu. nz.i. at,e.I S1 vears. sD 01 n .(.i:. Aso d.d not dial km.Ilv with John Uus kin anl in hi3 tlosii'K eirs the mind that eoniiiveil and laid I.cforo tho world tits Krtat.st works on questions of art known in any ago became dimmed, until he .3 I onlj a wreck of bis former self ttotiK I ami viorouu in mind, tin i.riat wilier did not show- sipns of the approiohiiiK md up- til 1!G It was at Oxford, while dellvirin,; a In ure, that the breiklnir down of his rn'n I. active for so many y.ars, becTino apiareut In the mu'st of a Ie, tun . whiih rilletlel all th.. dtpth or his I. arnins aivl the ktcnnt-ssof his lntelliKenee. he stsidmlv 1 1 came ineoheient and lost the thte-ad of hi-i thouKnt. rn m that time his life. In the m-IusIot o' his Ndovod Drentwoo.1. was HIIisl wi h infinite pathos "The Master." as v tinny of id- idnnrers taibd him. was no lunger th J,.hn IJuktn of othir jcars. Ho from timo to time beiame subject to Ills of t-mnorar) itisanit). and vv is sime timt i violent. lirouklrK thincs within hit rtath and refusins to allow fond to ikiss his Hits At times the d.uk iload would drift awa from his mind, and those about liim would uco the venerable man as he onro vv as. Hat it was not to last. The fire of his lntelies t h id 1 en i tt:isulshi d. anil lu- Breatne,s i dt stint ,1 to be of the luist. In all his stranKe moods be was ear. d tur ttr.tbrlv bv Mrs 1., - rn, the adopt, d child ot KusMn , t u-in. T, this vv.iniun, who is ( :7 tais old and hi- onlv relative. Itu'-km i, supiiostd ie have given Urintwoml and other proiM rtj Happv ln Irs love of art and of his tel i low -men, Ku-km suffirtd tno't than anj niie mav know in hit matr.t I life. Tne iiL-is that l"St to htm the wtfi he loved forms a remarkable ihapter ln the man'.s llo. tint marks the ia--. .tl'lim -i of his n-'ture. an unselfishness that lannol lie judKiil b liltl- siantlird-. When ltu-kin was vounu aid alrtadj fi inoiis lie met oi e tveni: k at -i dance in Ivaidun a Inautiful sirl l'fintliiK hr out to him. tho lio-t ss toltl him he ousllt to i:nrr her Loving the lnuutilul In irt js lit did. Kusittn was Kteatl attrai ted by th. youii? woman, mil the attraction proved mutual Hu-kln married the oi.nir woman lie had nei at the bill tnd givt her a in iKnilleeiil home t chatnied was hi wi'h ills wife's 1 iuty that aftt r i time lit brought Mllliis. the- paint, r. l hi, hom- and .iskitl him to i p,int Mrs Ru-ku. s portrait ' Millats w s t''en a man of -uperb psv si'iue broad- h tuldereil. dt t p-chested and of great strt n,th Ilu-kin had no thought that liis wife nnglit be irre-islahlv .t- . tracted bv this tire -pnimen of manhood, j who vvas handi-oiai and famou- as w 11, or that th- w-lte s bt tuty milit win the lovo of Millnis Hut 'he unexpectel happened, and the . patntini; of the itrtrait wa fatal At lia-t tht- tvvo It 'I In love with each other anil , Ituskin saw the unfolding of the mmine which might t.isilj havo grown into a tragedj Kliown-g that nis wife loved him no longer itu-i.in imvviii o rate without a I vi on of act tisation or blame, and iii.Ietly ol t im 1 a divorce Tlitn. when Ms wife was free he walked j into ihureh with lit r one fine morning anl Ft nui bv while they wire tnirned I Millals liter beiame the leading artist in F'igland and th" beiut of his wife one of tht charms of London oi!etv Ntver did Huskin tomplain of the h ippmess that was b.oited from his life wht-n his wl'e wis lo-t to him, bin the sidnrs of his last ilav, i-i said to have resulted from his grtit los- Ntvertheltss, v. h' n Ituskin vv i.s 7-7 he set ins to have so ftr r- vcretl as to fet 1 n detp nttnrhmint for another woman This vv.is Francesca 1 jounger sj3ter ,f the ISowttis Ht woultl glidlv hive b-tmght her to his home is eomj iun,u and com forter of his dot lining t irs She. on hT p irt. rtturrts the attuhmmt S-ie woultl have acceptetl Ids offer hut for his relig ious views She was tin tvang-llst of the straighte-t ttn 1 narrowest vbws In hi r eyes he was h'tlt betttr 111 m ,m Infidel. In his f lrlv outh ht had. indeed contem llitrd tnttrlrg hol on't r bat doubts hid accilletl him he lind rt rrounce,i tile p'iest hootl. antl. alter in 111 eirs of great meat il hull, ring, hail cme out of the ordtal in jpti,i-!i. or. t test ft dt 1st theiicli .tlu.tvs tm.,rrln- n .l.irjv r.t.rent .-itxl r.lllfnta I fpjflt I . ... . ... .1 lite or Ills most serious Illnesses lollnwett I th- awakening from thi- ilreim and from that time he becure almost a nclase from the world Meantime what of the 1 nl -The -.,, rin.e v hit h -he had made, how ever wronIv for con-.-eme sake co-t her II, r uie inrce veirs mi,-; -..e- 1 1 "ii n-r ' tl, ithbel Kuckln sent her i mes-ice im- pioeing to be lliowed lo s e her once more In r. turn he s, nt to a-k whether he could ' ... .... th .t li. T..t.t Itr.l I,, tl.r Ih.n h. I loved her Whtn lit inl "No htr door t.l -i .....i ... ........ - .- - .. was closed uprn him forever Ituskin was born in London, i'l 1ID. his father being a rich mf rchnnt who had the good sense to allow his on to fol low the bent of his mind In e irlv chil 1 bood he show el a fondness for the ncs thti'c His first ll'enr patron, who publish. ,1 In "Natural Hls'or the first p'lnted writ ing of the brldi.mt lv was J c Lou Ion At the age of .", Kusk.n. then nt Christ Church. Oxford, hid just won 'he newdl u tte priz pntm Two cars litt r his first volume of Mtfltrn I'ainei showed to , the world tint a not t hid ii -en born ' .. . ... .....l -... ftnw.l l I KUSKUl was grauuaif. iie.iu viiitui in 1S-B alHttit vvhicii time he begn to inter-t-t hlms.-If in vviter colors It wns this studv tint hUggc-ste-l o him "Modern Painters " . ., I.oas of Ills Wife. It was this book that tra 'e Huskin fi rrous His popul iritv re-ttsl not on his deTene of the .Um- of th- prr-riph idlto. but was due to th. jei uli ir ethlnl t-vist which he give to the consideration of tve'v subject hantlltd b him A lovtr of tli beiutiful. the moral si'o of a iiues'i.m ap nealeil to him bevond all t lt His mint was pure end chaste ami hi- Itn merely rcconlt il his thought- H'" notii.'c works include "The Seven Laml-s of r hliecture. 1st i "The S ,.n. s of nii ls'.l "Se same and Lilies " !,.. l.thh s of Hie Dust ' and "Crow n of W '.! "hvt . PM. and "Time and Ttue' ImT; anl f'"'" Ptl to M wtre iul.lihed his ' tueis 'o tht work-ntn and liln.nrs of Eng'tm. unibr the title of "For, Clavlgera ' POPULIST CONVENTIONS. Two District (iiainueii of Texas I-.siie CaiN. uprt'iiLic sen i vl Dallas. Tex . Jin -o -W. D Lewis, chair man of the l'otiullit Exe-'u'.ive Committee of the Ninth Congre-iona DIjtricL has tailed the convention for that distri. t to mtet in Austin en Februip 10 to choose delegates to the Populi-t National Conven tion. J 11 Foster, chairman oi ir.e i-opuit-t Executive Committee of the Twelfth Con-I-rescional District, has called that dis tricts convention fcr ?n Antonio on Feb ruary 17 Froneli Mantel Clocks. AIeo Ameticin Clc. ks, "Grandfather" Hall Clocks. Only the te-t tn.ik. s and all full guaranteed at Mirnmd '"-- Jaccard's, Itronl w i and Locu-t strn I I'ri" es. U to S730O) stru.-I. I 'Irnln. IlE'M'ltLIC sp'IAU c arbonUale. Ill . 3xa 20 -George W alker, 17 ears old. son of I N Walker, was truck and piobahly fatal injured bv the northbound passenger train on tr.e Illinois Central Railroad this afternoon DntucxoK gulnst a Itallvviij. P.EPI CLIC bPE-T.lU Carbondale. Ill Jan 20. In the personal injurv cise ot Harris v.. the Illinois Len- tral Railroad Cotnpan the Jury gave a 1 injuit for plaintiff for Js..CJ. What of Five Oto T&Z The most successful formula in existence for securing immediate relief ana permanent cure of all disordered conditions of the stomach and digestive organs. Pooplo who uso Kupopslu To.nIot9 recom-nend them to their frlnnda. Onu cuator"ir iv pr nutnent bubln&bj tniin. Int. sent, eilfht or ton pooplo hero fitter them This vontlu tinn told mo that 'ih hatt b"e-i Fckint! rn id fro i ilysp ptlc troibl. s (o years without iuccoss til! li onKn t.Kinif Hupup !a Tablets DEI. AND i. II.I El Locust and fairtn btt Wo hnvo a conHtantnnd rapidly In creaalntt ilm-ircl for Eipopsiv Tno lots I4 orta vv e liavo roc 1 vo I Iron castoiriT ini.ii n e p'alnly tkat u-pep-lvTib'.ets ill il i.illc -ilmoclfor thuia by tho .ar.ut of.trera. WOLKF-HIb-ON I)ItU-l CO. Sixth and Wiis'-.inRrton Av. El'PEPSI.l TABLETS will mnv lie stonvtch nni orpins of digestion lo perform their natural function bij vvluciwj an inn rased supply of gastric fluid. They sell for 50c a box. -Small tablet, convenient to carry and easy to take. Every box contains two weeks' treatment. A 1 .1 a ji-t sell then untlt-r ir' -e-nei " refoi 1 th" par i i,o pns" f trier fai' ti (jiv itn-nc 1 avs re'ief and p;rcirnatly cure all cases ol inJ,t-,tijn antl st nch troabl. s ? tcnl br m ill. if deilred, on receipt of 00c in po-tii? stamps. THIS EUPEP51A COMPANY, 323 Clark Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. RIVER NEWS. Kiso nml I'lill of flit- Itlvors I'or Oi, .'t iiiHiis tnriing at 7 a n ' Mm. ns llin.er llriKht Chare" 1'itt-tmri: . . .M ' h - I a! i t-r-tunt . . - I. - 1 tint inn tti r' ' S) '1 Iusillle ... . S Na-hvllle . t l I '!" ' Human--K.l at 1 "-7 l.'oTfn.e K 7.' 'is lanvllle a- 17 j S t Jnlmismvlllf an I" t 4-ii st Paul 1 l"roen - ' DubiKiue . . 15 l'rxen . Javenport 15 rvtn - I Kt-..Uuk . . Isl It Is-, M, Ines lUpltLs .... liunmbal 13 l'etria ... I C " liraftin at 17 ! Omaha . . IS Kanst. CHy H. 1C "'J Il.nvil!e l PaRnli 2 . . Hermann 21 1 -' -' I ' si ixu O '? 1 , tli-iter :' - ' ' I Cairo . 4 1" 7 , M.niptit 33" v l t I.,t!l- lteclt 3 Ii "2 i, ksl urr 4s. it tt t J , .shrever ... "5 Neo- Orleirs . . . . M ' 3 1 -3i r.i-e -rail. r. J. livvrr; , Ix-al Foree,it OSlilak ItUornit.I llii.liir... The river n the pause at St Iuis vesttrday I roa-ked 5S ftt. Mi, wlnz a r'.-c ,r : " int. in ti lat : hours To da tb sutll will wn- ttnue ( UjHiness qui. t ami dull j I rariiKr-iphs. i The rendition f Cutall Uoyl Helt Znrm'T treafii.e or i ix ui. i, .ri.,r-t--, i" i.- ,u-,. ,, iriird. Cartitin lielt l -i vete an ttumlrut man le in n.-w .ti jear- ,!J ml for tht ia"t ttn da) Ins ben c Mined to his heme at N.t 2M ine Orive avenue by an attach of ei en! dtillltj Captain llph J WhltleCKe. the Ie il t-up-r vlsr or stettn Ve"t-I. l n't n UaMnst-n nttenlinK a tint weeks' feslui of the NMitnal Ii.wnl Cirtall 11 Kcs IVwell, clttk on the Otv ft St Iui- -'ated jetpnla that lN Mfamr Hill eit'vieull .leiHitt for Iiv OrVans it atiinlav Th- St I,uiB tv il f..!" in ihi tra iTn rvbninrv 17 the II 11 Cltv is , ht-dulf 1 t,. uo to New Orleans on a uteclal .Manll Oras trip Caftain William Levh anl Trank Mfrtrs Tt-re in the ctlj ye enla) Iron Alt n lap tain Xl-ttrs ml fatnilv leave Altrn M nday fur Th. r Ii rr -it Warsaw steamer Clin k. e In nw rtceivinc to clar Itr I'ttmineree MonJaj evelilnc The ln I-e was expected to leive Mt-n-lhl jittfrtay fir this i n he Is to clcr tn her rtturn trip trim M Ial Ti-sJi eien Inp Captain II Mlchfll ore of thn nl 1' euaml..a'rre-i on the Ml.sUslpti tiled re .-ntlv At his h. me 7CelraKt 1-nlnir -ar Mil s l',-!n' He uat interreil in the Mlchell fllntlv tunirc krouiJ CipTlIn Thetlore Hill with a i-t I. uis crew, is in cliai-e rt III" llli-rs Lr n ii- I'ailarah and Tttine-ife Kivtr l-a,l ste-amer lltv of Me-nihis is f hedul -J t. ...w -.fn.rlil M n 1 it ai.nlnv to tn-, .- '"i - - . ,.... The snac-lKnt 1! I Wrteht c-.ms tc port esten!a -Caitaln i-hep Lichtner of the I.ee Line re cent. reiwirtr 1 reit,'iiIv 111 at l. Hall, lay 11, us., tn Ca.r- Is f.u,1 to t- tmtrovinc , tl tl tl... llu S. T ...tl. nnr..M.ifatl, t.f t ap1 ii1 am li-own ot I'l-tnurif p puiar - known ,s the .ai k n? 1 us returrea ir,m Jm, rl.an vvlir. ha n .i,le t tna. h Cip t iln tlmim on his n-ature a ht Tr, uh i lour Ceoree VV Jerktnj Vi h !. ftl , iHllsl t. nttt n.wL- l.v .11 utl .. c .. riTl't.I! f. ver. Was Jttster,U sufttientlj ictltaieectnt tt j Ell up In hi, room David White if Tsfw crlein- wllel known ) am. ng oi 1 time Ml-s.esir-pi Kiver nian.i, si-men. Is recuveniic from a trillcal illne5d at l-l h no ln tlat cilj -Stemtr Mary Mlrlia.l. in c! arne f Capt ul I'tt.r VUchael 14 pl1ng tlie Tenriesa.ee Itlver f,r h.ml-T J-he tliM.-h,rEe her cargneit at t rfir and . frrm that rint tlw lumiy-r is shipped lit a M IUI4 urm- lis 1 elrKnipIi. ltKITHLIC Fl'I.CI Lh Cairo. III. Jm i -Tli rive- re'e 11 f.t ln thtt last twent f u- h urs The imuffc Te.l, 14 1 tt4-t Weather I told tloilii aril Thre-ti n lrr The Alice llrotoi. with tstil. e.tn.-tl ig of tvtert four ri4il 1 als and three l,i,pt Ir m lemt4villt tliiseil down for New firlittns it " a. m Tlie V. o eal with t I tre al t tr fill, tte.1 it .- a m for Neu nrleintt The cltj f Mmt his tltl-arted f r St Iu!s at I a m 1 iv ing dono tons .leraltle h im tet.4 hr T"i- Tliltle. In m me letwer ill4o.ij p' ir ive I or Z p ln wltn one barse .if lumer The ,1 ntli lt froii Meniphl. arrited at 2 p ri llh v r si.1 trip Inrludlrg " - 'eet of lui ' er lit carloais tf cillie tnd h ks. , n. , tri -1 'f "iites ani a lot of Fun Iriei .-he N reshll p ne her i i-i, v a tre Illinois Central ltvllro.il h- d scharge 1 r -o sacks of corn ti Hickman mil (Vu a k at Ea-t I'alro for the Mobile anl uhi Hail, ad l S' e leparts to morrow at nm en her ret irn trip to viempMs Tte -, II II natk will arr e to nlcht from New Orlea-is w th e tow Tt e F lr-tr is due rro-n st l.tils t nK ao'l fhl" ' I eters Lee from tlie Terne-eee Klter T-ie Jennl l.llchrist depirted for the liivtr Missi-elirt IhlJ i morning Mtttiplils Tenn Jan 30 Itiie- mn'lis j feet to tlie t-tuc, a ri-e of 1 I feet m tuentj f ur hours Weatl er tluatv anl vvaini rvtn last n'Kht and this m.tmtng The I: . le imt. 1 this lit- mini- fn m bt Lou s with a koisl t-ip a-i 1 It ft t f. o clf4-k this evenint; on return The. Pent Her 1 1 is due from Cairo to leave wit i CI Iuit h tn relam trip 1 h- sunshine .irmed from ilrcinnall tn-nlsl t with a goott trip -tail will leave with ditliteli on rtlum Wheeling W Vr .la-c W lllver 13 11 feet: rising Paining Iieparted ir?inia for Pitts liurg at 3 a in J -H K lle.lfor.1 fir Pitkers lurg at ntstn. ilreenwood fir Charbston at & p. m t p with emi ties J,. Cook al it a m . Hornet "so 2 at lo a m l he-It r II! Jan W P.lve- n-Ine Hangs 2; fwt Weather clear and plensant l herofcee. liitarted for M Lou-u nt t. i) k in Exptrler J4ted down IlKht at 11 3 n m. Te-l.'er X, 5 .lo-vn at 1 p m n 1 returned up it 2 p m Clearer and Cltv of Memphis tine up Oranl Toivr. Ill Ian. Co Exi-rrter drv.n ttt 1 p m Oleiner. with 2 Ivi-pes of lum'er. up it 2 p m The sauce r-ls t, 2 a rt.,. nf S il last 74 ln.urs V cither clear ail rJei.nt Cre Olranleat. Mo Jan Ji - Wiather wari er all tlear Itlve- rl-lng Orttlee -tails 5 4 f.t The ( lt of Me-nphl4 tip at 1 J, p r-i ' LiuisitU K Jin M Itlver rlslni; nml o fert falls 7 1 feet, bel wr II feet S inches Cle ir and pl'-iiinl Ilirilrct n Ia Jan 20 The river t- 1 ' t C inches atoie low-water maik Wei-rer clear anl mii.hr ennclmatl. O. Jin ? P.tver St f-" t rises Clear mercury tl Queen Cltv f r Pi-t u a Evansvllie I nil Jin 2' P.iver Is ftet rl injr Clear ard coll ntt'hurg Pi. Jon i'. Itlver 12 fen. fa!! ng Cotl and cloud ti" Take the Dixie Fiver for Mliml, Fla VrUnnsas Nupremo Court. ItEPPIILIC SPECIAL Little Rock. Ark. Jan 20 Proceedings at to-da "s session of the Supreme Court w ere as ft How s Citr of Fort Smith vs. T. B Cirajtt t ak: O .OUJS Thn sale of E lpwpsia Tablot3 has increased with preate- rnpi Jitv in this store tliit ny re nody for Uiio3tivJuorcleriivo have ever handled. A po cularnTd notlco vbie featuro coiriiclotl with tho salt: ot thpo t-vslots la the enthU3ia3Ti of tho poo plo v. ho am us ni tham. F. V JOHNSON. 618 Olive Stieot. V.',' belitve the bold ffttarinteo to rotund purchnse prie when they fa,'l lias i.al much to do with thj un used demand for Kuo-jp-jla TaSlet,. HABOrS'i.U i LO. 714 X. Broa Jvvaj . - -ti ,n t it ii. rv -1 n ,1. n!f,I . -.;. n ,. v L to -! a-i le afirmaire Ilaiki hlv Circuit I .irrtrniet' si ly ins arl Sin I rnc.-i Itiiivvav l mnany t" Corir- kilrtt.r ek M- rtxt friend I'nik'ln Circuit ie-ri, . j, ,. I wih s.r, i . i ,- -u e , f rkm eT.rk Clrru tiicri-nt m ,M-i i tr it-e.! at fei anl i nni , r it ne nii-u'e In tell Emnva -Irsk.lirr - J tn Kokt ft al . ttlan ClrpulT ifflrrre 1 0--iiiartI IV-.. l.ri.er ' ompl'V t Artier 17oM li an " r-n ei it r-i ,n J i k- n Chane-rv. rtvetre-i -in.) m trrn. it f r ittltnts erlrel Ft I'uis Ir n "I, iin-a n nrd s ithrn ItiUlroad l nritanv i J II H ,.l 1 w-fin uit reierwl Tt v .rlcan i r 1 I" rt sn tti4 Ilulwai l mtir.v i- T I" It e t 1, t e It v.r ' 'i tat ai llt' 14 -n 'tie I T .,! r rit f- z i ne u-elv J 1 Whl '- i I. w Ai- et al Jli.'er ' -r, ti i , r t -el 1-. Ie di.tni al an 1 i ft. tt tr-erw til- i st I. ii s Ir t, X' t ri. t n rt i -outhn Itatiir' l irrnv v- Fr.nk c- a 'lain.e C.rrult mj tit n t, modilv in 'n fi 1 MODEL INA CLOAK STORE. J'o.Mtion of .Mi -j. (n'orjic Who Was Acipiitti d of Minder. itErriiijr special New York. J tn 2" -Mrs Anne K Georg". I"1'0 tta" -1 f"w months a-o aee.ultte 1 of ' th" murder of lltorte D Saxton. brother- in-law of Prtsidint Mclinlev in Canton, is now a model in a cloak store in this city Georg.. D Saxton. brother of the wif if Pre-M. n: McK.nlev. w..s shot todtath Just at du-k on h- tvtnlnv, of totolier 7. Ivj vthlie de-, enthng tile -tips hading to the is!denee tf Mrs AlthoUse In Lincoln ave nue- Canton Owing lo a sc.in'il of minv oars" stall ing connet-tini; the name of Saxton and Jlr" ijt orge. her artt-t followed a few hours afttr the shooting Public -e-itlai nt made a lonvhtion impo--ible in the abs-n e of dlr-et t v idence Mr,. Geiige was a coun'rv girl of o mmh beaut ns to mike htrr famous all over Ohio Mr George tied 'til to move from hi- country home to Canton M's Grorge was shout Js veam old and in ih ' It-esIon nf creit hca'itv The f.vni y . took rr.omi in th" t-ixton block thei owned 1; th- fath-r of George D. Sax.on i a wealth ami influential c tlzen. Mrs Gtotee and Saxton inc. and It wis ap-I paretitl a tase of mutu il infatuitiot. , erv soon Canton lind a nt w scindil. Tl en Sixton made a bold plav and per suatlfd her lo leive htr huslin,i He s'nt l.er t S mth D-Koti, where !ie ohtalnetl a divorce Acct rdirg to ttstimanv at the trill, t-dxlon and she lived toictrer in Pie Wt st Saxtnn's alftctlo", coo'ed. ard he put off the mi'ringe Mrs George bro-tght suit for breach of t romist , and Mr George dem mdi-d a settltmtnt of his suit for dam agi.s for the alienation of his v ife's afftc tions Then came a reconciha'ion and a v'it to Alleghmv Cit win re the two rrglstcrel as Mr and Mr- Saxton He renewed his proml-es aril she withdrew htr suit Then followed a uuarrel. a -epiratlon. the tr.ig tdv antl the mil, width resulted In acquit tal ird Canton snim 1 satisfied Mrs. George left there soon afterward and rime to Nov "iork. where she Is now emploed A Chnrmlnir Trip. The D'x'e Flvtr t- F"ir!.la ill Nashville, ("hattinoiga aid Atlanta Implement Hnrn Iliimotl. iirTt'ri.i -r: i i Olean. Mo. Jan 2i The b irn and Imple- inert 'fl of J W McDowell at i-inoti, I four miles north of here wis destroed by lire last n ght It wis the finest building I of the k'nd in Muniteiu County I AVE YOUR HAIR WITH SHAMPOOS. OF j&L f 4 4fb H e? And light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair folli cles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all else fails. Comoioto External and Internal Treatment for Evarv Humor. ITnnJ.Hni.nt Cr irrra. tlciira m , -.'. ' .. ""H.UBUU.ll.UllWlUIClUCUIUtlWrilinQS.OlinStinilg. FT Tvl jh nd hnmihatineMD.eca!p,andb!oo, humors, with Ions of hair, when ULI, 41.1.19 all elee fails. Pottbii Daco AM C'UEK. COST., Sels Proca.. Boston. "All About tho BBo,t:calp,aaualr." free. Say ryggssts abL Eupeps'a Tablets are aelllit? with tw ln an ox-:9eJinirly plu.iraan no- Wo are hatn2 freqaeit cilia forthem and do not know of any m attcce when they have no; irlvea enure aatiafaction JUDGE & DOLPH. A J DvvCKport, M'r 7ta & Locast. E. E. CHASEASUICIDE. Noted To.viii I'referreii Death to iJliiidnebs'. nrpi pi ic j-rFt im Fort Wtrth Tex Jan 20 This mornlrs K B Chae, agtd IJ vtars. shot himself In the head and died instant! He was for- ! merl vice prcside-it of th- Merchants' Nu- ltlor.,1 Hank lompunv. leader in business mt rpr'tes here, and at one time xerv wtalthv He was formtrlv with Shapleigh & Co of S. Louit ttfore oml.ig to Texas His wi'e has be p in Nt w York for sor e t.mc. superintending the education of their I daughter Miss Iiirdio Ch ie she had ju-t returned from Europe, made a vi-'t to St Louis friends and came here vist-rdav afternton to tee htr father. He had lieen here for months looking after propTtv interest His ie-tgrr was fill ing Tvvo tlavs ago H- pi -Man told hln it wps but t nuest on of a sh rt time when he wo lid be to'.illv I llr.d This was the cace of the su'cIJe Jiinnnrj Ilirth Month Ttlngs Make a highly prized hirthdav gift For January tht- garnet is the stone siifjing ccr.tanov Kings t- 71 to Jri at Mer mod A- Jaccard' Hroadwa am! Docust st. LIBRARY DONATION. Andicw Cariierjie i!.! Offered Voile. J'si.. TjoO.I.Jlft. York. Pi. Jan 20 Ma or Geire has re ceived a letter from Andrew Ca'negie. in wh'ch the latter offers to present York $Vii for the erection of a p Jblic llbrarv bui.dlr.g linger IlroTvn. nF.Pl'Hl.IC KI'LCIAL. line Hlu.T, Ark. Jan. 20 Mr Tv C. Hager of Kedron. Cleveland Countv, Arkansas and Mls Sule Brow n of Green ville. Wivne Counts. Mis-ourl. were mar ried In this cit at 2 o'clock this afternoon b the Reverend C. W" Daniels, pastor of the Christian Church Tlie Man With the Hot-. An intcre-tlng window enhibit. showing above poem In original manuscript, also several pitturt-s of .Mr Markham can ho seen at No 316 North Eighth street. A ti tint volume containing "The Man With the Hoe" and oilier poems of Mr. Mark ham's can be purchase, for J1.00. Wnttoc Fneliiry Ilnrneil. p.r.ri m.it-st ,via Fort Worth. Tex . Jan 20. The wason factory of J I John-on & Co . at Bridge port, forty miles north on the Rock Island, v as burned l.it night. The Kss is esti mated at S' Hois' jtr.i Suits and Reefers $2,83. Clear ing sale. Globe seventh and Franklin ave nue Cuttle Inspector Appointed. KKrClilJf -PEl IVL. Hutler. Mo . Jan. 20 G. G. Henry of thl eit- tt.is to-dav anoolnted bv the Stata Hoird ot Agricuuuie. came miiinaur xor the d'stricts of Newton, Jasper. McDonald and Barry counties. The position pay JOOD per month DmnlAU, ... .!..... S .-. .t ecale.nnd foften the thickened cuticle; CrrictJRa Ointhent liOc), to lnntiDtl allay itchlni. Inf tramatlsn, and Irritation, and oothe od heal: and CiTirrnA RE4nLT.sT (60c), to cool and cleunse the Mood. A SlVn't rit.l.nr.nn.nn.l..tt...i.ll...ut.. . ..... " " in. lO. III- ttt, . ajid ill v ta J-J 4?