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TIIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900.
SEGAUSE CHAPPELLE'S TRIP SEEMS A FAILURE. HE WOULD EAT HAM. si n n u f5 a 7V l-I IVV ,4i && 11 2 a Abo Goodman :mil Mis Lena I ly- nionson Disnirteeri After ob- tainiujra License to Wed. Indications That the Papal Dele gate .MiMiitorpieted the Presi ilriil's Utterances. T ue ii it J th maiv curvi r tietit w . r b r wn nctiiturrs. x u' t f r f It Iw- In i n u i the i at incut cf Compiled by the Greatest Living Authority ON CrIAREvjBAL DISEASES HE SAVED HER LIFE IN RUSSIA. OTIS'S INTERFERENCE FORCED. I a $k W'1 i Bran MJ5 F3 a B TT 1r Bva s w" x k ii a "A$ 111 i 13 u i K fJa H hi V& f '"'-'c "." :vv ':l'VV'iTvT's v-fs. .:.'.-.:- -. -:-.'.-.'.-.7tt. fJi:m'':-'sy-'?-..fs..:&J& J' fj2sUr v If V CI2uit' f rt?iir alx? Va -rcrt n t - ii In whit k TttH sufh croxnl i ii i r t oi -w th use cf the r rum- A a wek aftr Trek new n inici n. , rar, J not thla .renjs't.tn .ur cmvJctUn? AHOTHE.. GRATEFUL PATIENT A prominent clergy man, known la a great number of Sc Loulsans. sas: SL Louis, Dec. 6th, 1899. Tills will certify that Dr. Wm. A. Levvin lias cured ray son of his rupture to my entire satis faction, an J this in a compara tl ely short tints. .My son has discarded his truss, and feels as well as ever. The treat ment was almost free of pain. WILLIAH SCHUTZ, Pa.tor of (icrnian Methodist Church, corner b. Jcfterson Aenuo unj Accomac Street. ALL RAY CURES Jn cnr.iUtf 1 tvii-" :t euinr rain or d-teiti a frm bus ne s aul I as 110 PAY UNTIL CURED. DOCTOR fortgLLWii RUPTURE SP CIAUST, Holland EM.. 211 Wlh St., Suit 907 Letters nhh stamp answered. g4ig.s&saaflismr BURGLAR TRA WORKED ERFEGTLY. Lniet Mueller Opened a Door and deceived a Load of P.mkshot in His Thigh. FOUND LATER NEAR A CREEK. Entile Ilersclior ITad Arranged the Ingenious Device to Protect His Blacksmith Shop The Victim's Story. A burglar trap ct by Kmile Hcrsehrr In hi", blicksmlth sho- at No. ail Morgan Ford road worked with such good resu.ts Friday night tt:at Ernest Mueller, who sty's his home is In De Soto. Mo., has a frightful hole in his thigh. where a load of buckshot entered. The wounded tnnn Is now at the ":ty Hoslptal. suffering interne pain, but Ins Injuries are not regarded as dangerous. Ilerschcr. the blacksmith, who de-ignsl the burfrl.tr trap, has been annoyed ef lato by burglars, who have broken Into hi shop and stolen valuable tools The Ia-t 'Ime they entered was New Year's Eve. and lierecher determined to teach future marauders a wholesome Ic-son. He rigged up a loaded shotgun on a framework near the front of his shop, with the muzzle pointing toward tin- front door, the onlv nay in which burglara could etlc-ct en trance. He then arranged an Ingenious syte-m of stcut twine and pulleys in such a manner that any one opening the front door more than a foot v..uld reeive a heavy charge of buckshot In his alxl.meti. lie lift enough sia L in the tv.ine to allow him to open the dinir in the monilns with out di- 'harems the shotgun. The burglar-trap luid been set for fv eral weeks, tut no burglar or other in truder appeared on the Kcne to demonftrate whftber Its workniRs were practkal. until Kriday night, or. rather, early etrd-y taorning. About ijo yesterday inornins lleiseher and his neighbors were nrou J by the report of the cun Th.-y hurried to th blaek.-mith -lii.. in t-xpe tatlon 01 lind lns a dead hursiar. Thcv tound the dour of the shop a Mr a:id I" ppr.d with liuck fhot, aid a tr.iil of bbNid on th. tluor, but Jio dead burcltr. Aflcr a hurried search of the neighbor hood, without results, tile miphbors u.'nt luck to bed, but Herscher t leiholied tho i-currence to police headquarters. b-llv-ine that the ictim of his tiap would bo found in the netphborhod. Detective Killian was sent out from the Kour f-urts He and th. blacksmith at oiKtj ins'ltuted an extensixe search of th tcinity. A half mile .maj from the bl.uk flllllh shT. on the bank of a little r-ck. they found a mar, bins on the ground. rroanl.'itr with iin from a terrible wound In his thigh. The wounded man at first sti.l be had been held up and rohbed b hich wamen, who. uf ter taklns his money, s-hot lilm. An ambulance was summoned and ho was taken to the City Hospital, where h;s wound vras dressed, lie save the rame of llnicst Mueller loiter wlu-n he had b'-n operated upon h' at kuowleded that he hail lieen shot while tning to imr llerrhfrs blacksmith shop, but denied that he had nnv culltv intent in enfrinc the p'aco. "1 waa beating my w.iy from l-rioto to St 2ub.' h s-iid. "and w.is thrown eff the ear som'wmre n-ar Carondelet b the brakemnn. I walked fer a considerable dis tance, l'tnallx. l.eomi!.s tir.il. I lwgan to look around for a plac to -hep. I saw a barn or shed. whUh I afterward discov ered was a blacksmith shop, and, a tin door was ajar. I entered with the intuition f taking a sUci. 1 meant r.o harm ! ond thi "Mu.-t a- I was entering the door I heard the explosion of a gun. and f-lt the charge f-trike me I thought that somebodv with in had taken a hot at me, and I ran away ami wandered aronnl aiinh -t!y until the tt.iin lwcoine sui great that 1 lud to lie d'wn. I i Td no though! of burglary in eai. ring th diup. 1 wjs only hunting a l lace to slei p " - ,i itci: DAMi:i. iui.i.ov. cimiihati:. Judce Itani. IMllon of tills city is a dn- dic'nte for Judge of the St. Louis Court of Api'ea s. His name will be presented to the 1 net Demo, rat ic c nvcntioi. h. Id to r.oml- ' nit. i cjiidul ite for that oll.'-e. Tbi' Jwlj s r..d tweHe iur- as a Judge of the Cir cuit Curt of this city, and is widely known ii it oi'! In tl is city, but throughout the Ei.it. : lliirslar. ctie in online. rtrri in i si' 'ii. M irshull. .Mo . Jan. . Two burglaries o l in red in tl.K county last night. Tho safe at I'jkc ."c -Mitchell's lumber ard he-e wi rtilmd l'v cvpl .lon. liurglirs took only S3. Ie-iiig JW untouched. The Rife wa not locktd. , , At trlatir the Dulanev Itros. lumber yard saf- was wre-k. .1 in the same manner. No niorey was found Young Arch Naylor was held-up thcro near midnight and robbed Bovs' $JW Suits and Keefers S0.S3 Clear ing sale. Globe, Seventh and Franklin ave- &' H - r. '4 1SI Ifes-cued I lor Fiom tlie Wolves, Which Devoured Her Father Plighted Their Troth Ten Years A"o. When Aba Geodman of No. SS North Eighth street took out a license to marry Miss Lena Hymenson of No. 1X2 North Ninth street his tup of happiness u.is tilled to tho brim, and he little thought that his castles in the a!r. which had been building for years, would tumble down and leave him la despair. Th.it Is what happened, however. &nd yes terday a dejected-looking man walked into the Kecordtr'jt ollice and returned a mar riage lkense. sajlni; that he had changed his mind about getting married. The man was Goodman, and he lift tho ollico the picture of misery His hand.s were thrust deep in his pockets, and he was muttering something in tho Hebrew tongue that sounded like oaths. Goodman's marriage to Mi-s Hymenson was to have tskui place next week. Ho became engaged to her ten yeara ago in Hussla He raised wheat near W'Jrs.iw. and his farm adjuin-d that of Lena's father. Ho was unlucky with his crops for thr--o successive, rear, ar.d was reduced from a pr.isptro...s tan-r to a field laborer. Ho lost his farm and went to work tor Ina'a father. Goodman worked on the Hjmenson farm for live ear.. and as most of his exen lUKs were sptut with tha Hii.en-vn f.im H. ho saw much of l.tua. He w.itclitd On jtiu.is girl grow to be a beautiful wom an, ui.d he lovtd her. He Saved Her I.lfe. Ho dared net tiecljre his love because he wj, p.,jr so bo obstrved his divinity from a distai.ee. unt night, in the middle of tho cold. Russian winter, a tragedy oc tarrei th it changed the course o: Good trun's l.fe. and hit 1 n.i fatherhss. Ac-oi-ig ti Gotslni.ir. it happened like this. -V Jewish niii. .- convention u.ia held in a t wn aimut tw. nty tniiis from the H mti.s.m farm, ai.d the Jews for miles nr.n.i-d attended. Hv nunon his daughter, Iea, and Gootlman tatted out eaily in tlie morning to attend the convention. Goodman rode horseback, and IvCna ar.d her father rode in a slul Tht started liomo aftir dark In the evening, but 1 efore they had covered h.tlf the distance cne of tho lio-ss f.n and cut Itself sevcn-ly on a pfte of ice. The Wcm.d bltd cupluul and the animal was unable to travel farther. It was shot and 1. ft on the road The party then proceol. d on its homeward Journey with one horse drawing the sled. Thty had not gone far when they weio startlfd by the h'wling of a pack of wolvts. The wolves hid been attracted by th" smell of the horse's Mood, and they were fol lowing In tho wake of the sled. The btlated tr ivel. rs knew that the howl In of the wolvts I'oit. nded disaster, and the horse was urged to its utmost. There was only room enough f r two in the sltd and for this reason Go dman could not give up his horse to take the place of tho one that had Lien killed. The wolves soon overtork the party and surrounded them Hjmenson and Good man used their Urrarms with good effect nnd keft the houlh.g pack at bav until their ammunition was exhausted. The horse was dragged to the gtoun.l jnd killed b the hungry boasts Goedman saw them clambering over the b.-.k f the slid and ' he quickly pulled L na from the vehicle and swung her over his horse's back While thus engaged he was severely bitten by ono of the mad beasts. He could do nothing to htlp the girl's father, and he wasted no time in futile effort- t savt him. The wolves must have lieen satisfied with their hum.tn prev . for they did not follow Goodnur and the girl ai.d they reached home In safe' v. i l'liglited 'their Irolli. He was unable to du any work for sev- I eril w..ks fiid. during ihat time. Lena, dressed his wound mid di 1 everv thing sho could to make turn comf irtablr At last Goodman ttdd tlie girl that lie lovtd her. She was fatherless and he f.lt that Fho bhould have some one to prottft her. Lena iclurned his afftctlon and thty were -oon ergaged to le married. Goodman ashed that the ceremony be postponed until he could make some money, and he decided to como to America, where he thought he would soon get rich. He promised to send for his sweetheart in n tar's lime, but the gold did not ilow Into his pockets a npldly as he had hoped it would and he was com pelled to leave Lena with her mother luns er than he had at first pi inned At last, after live jears of ceaseless work, he thought that he was in a position to get married an 1 he clos. d up his tailor shop and went back to Warsaw for his bride They return, d to the city about a month ago. On January 2 they obtained a marr'age license ard went away rejoicing Goodman's frit n is gave a dinner in hon or of the .ipproachii g evt nt and all his iiswiciatt and tin rabbi of his church wero present. No speei.il menu had he. n ordered, and the selection of the food was left to tho keeper of the J'.lddie street ritatirant. wheie the di-iner was given. I'rletl ham was on the bill of fare, and Goodman iit- of it heartily, to the consternation of his af lianccd bude. who is an orthodox J.wes-. Sho cail.d Goodman's itt t..n to tho fuct that he w.is eating f.Kd that was for b.odeti to all faithful J. ws. Goodnnn told her that he fr. 'iiiently ate ham. Jiid that lie was very fond cf It. He alsj maintained that h.ii.i was not pork, and he .ppeale.l to the Kabbi to back him um in Ins jsser tio. . This tin U.ibbt r fustd to do. and s -id that ham wan part of a pig, and, therefore, isirk 1 1 it in I'straugfd Thrni. Goodman argued and Lena exln rte 1 him to tup citing ham and promts; never !o touch the meat ag.ii. Goodman tefused to do anything of the kind, md the refult was that the dinner came to a summary cndimr. Lena threatened to go ha. k to her mother, and Goodnuu was slubborn ai.d did not try to persuade her to stay. That Is why the engagement was hrok'ti off and tho mirriage lice-use returned. eloDtlman was sitting with his legi crosst 1 on table In his shop yeslerdjy as he ttdd his story. lie had his sleeves rolled up to the elb w and tlie scar on his arm. which bore mute teftlmonj to his tight with the wolves, was plainly visible. He said he vi. s si rrv that he was not to be married, after going to the expense of furnishing his houe wl'li new f art 1 ture. but he could not prom se not to eat ham. He said that he thought tint ham was as good for him as for invhody else, and that he would eat whatever he wanted, if ho hid to remain single dl his lif.- The pirl Is staving a No. 1ZM Nrth Nil Hi street, anil Goodman's friends aro Irving to effect a rcconeilittlon. I.ttohetl Over Onitilm Terminals. i:nirni.ic special. Omaha. N-h , Jan. S1 Stuyvesant I'ish, president of the Illinois C ntral Itailroad, and J. T. Harahan. vhe president of tho same roi.l. left the I'nloii Station over their own road, just as if they wele actors in disguise. In other words thtv walked. Th s was Jut after th- two o.'llcials had suit bark to Council Uluffs the ttpcn.il train which brought them from Chicago to Om ilia ovtr the llast Omaha Uridge. about noon, and after they had called at t'nion I'aclilc headquarters and tilt re closed the to-itract whereby Illinois Central trains from loth Chicago and Minneapolis will be gin running in and out of the Union Sta tion next Sunday. They went down to the station to look it over. They traversed tho track through Omaha and Hist Omaha to the river, returning to l.e hotel thoroughlv tired out with their leng walk. Lease Mor? Denied. nr.renLic m-jicial New York. Jan 21. Loial interests iden t tiled with th. Chic. go and Northwestern aid Union Pacific roads to-day denied the C'leigo story of .-.n impending lease of the latter by the former property, declar ing that it had no foundation in fact, and chiraoterizlne it as a mere fabric ltlon. The s'r.ry was bastd upon the presence in Chicago of Mr. 11 H. Harrlman. Mr Har riman's Western trip, howtver, was for other purposes. ' N'o. sir thre l n . hop f r li Th s onre rrent natl.'n rf ours U on its everlasting way to the fternal u g" Y u srw-ik w irmly Ar iu a member of the M.iss.achutl ltffrm r"ub'" 'No, I'm tne huland of a female post ofCco cltik'" Cleveland 1'lala Dealer. Insurgents Ambush an American Park Train and t'aptuie It, Jnllictiiitr Heavy Loss on the Convov. r.Erunnc sit.ci.m Washington, Jan. Z0. Th apprehension felt In somo quarters that the mission of Archlhishop Chappello to the I'hllippine-i vitruM not he an entire success appears to to vcrlllcl. Tho hostility aroused amor.? tho natives by his association. In their minds, with tho friars, is looked upon as likely to destroy any guod ihu might have been expected from Ills efforts to evert tho Inlluenco of the Catholic C.iurch to secure acceptance of the authority of the United States. The fact that Gcm-ial Otis felt It necisstry to assure the natives tint tha Government has no Intel tlon of forcing tha friars upon tliem Is accepted as evidence of the Intensity of the feeling arojsc.i by tho presence of the Archbishop, seemingly empowered with tho a'lthority of tha church to compel submission. The President vitwtd with great favor the plat: proposed for Archbishop Ch.ip pcllc to visit tlie I'hihpplnes with tho au thorltj e.f the Church of Home, to be tx erclsed for the promotion of good order and thu recognition of governmental uithority After the visit of Archbishop chappello to tho I'resldent. at whic.i the mitter was discussed, it was given out semi-otllclally that It was r.-c gnlzcd that the iriiuer.co of the church would be for the promotion of good order and st.ih.llty ef G.vernment nnd that, among latlv.-s proiessinB tho C-.thoIlc faith, and r.-c.igrlzh.g the authori ty of tlie church, it ought lo jpcrate great ly to the interest of the Government. There is a similarity between the expulsion thin used atd this statement a. tributes! to Archbishop chjppcde at M mila: -'lisinlt-rpretniiiiii. "That I'rtMdent McKinley slmretl his views, whi.li were that 'if the friars re turned to their parishes they would ! c n sidered elenienth of gnl order, and there fore. Ameriiati asents' "a statement which apparently has caused great excitement and dlsi&ntent among the natives. The Archbishop is not an American, and the rrtsident is not thoroughly familiar with the point of view and the method of organizathn of the Catholic church. It Is, therefore, probable that each failed of understanding the other Just enough to put a radically different Intt rpretatl. n upon what was said Letween them. Tlie Presi dent was greatly pleased to have the food olllces of religion exerted to promote civil ization ami the recognition of Government authority. The Archbishop was esjually de lighted to have given to tlie church such r. cognition as he conceived tn be Implied in the acceptance of the good olllces of the Tope In a matter of this sort. It is hardly to be supi.osed ttiat tho I'resldent had any idea of recognizing papvl authority, and he undoubtedly did not realize that In the ijts of the Archblshcp, a I'apal delegate, ho (the President! represented a Government with unbiunded authority and vested with temporal powers as well as spiritual. What to the I'resldent was probably no more than a benign religious Influence was to the Archbishop something more than an Impo'ial power. A misunderstanding of the scope of the Archbishop's roct gnition by this Government and the authority t .--sessed by him mUht naturall follow trom this, and the llllpluos. j.ifsetl under th. authority of the church ai.d th- dunilnillon Of the friars", against w hlch they li.nl r. -volte.!, were particularly apt to misin terpret the purp ses of this Governra. t In accepting the good olllcts of the I'apal dtl egate. AliXirelteiislon Us. pressed. Apprehension wo expressed by romo when the announcement was mado '.hat Archbishop Chapelle had been appointed IMp.il delegate to tlie rhllipplr.es. and that through him would be exerclse-d the go.xl ollice-s of the I'05e to quiet the, Fiiip!no. that tho result might bo to excite grea er resistance, based upon the fear of the na tives that submission to the authori'y "f the. United States would mean tho re-establishment of the powers of th" Irlars. It is an ofen secret in ijir.- quarters that thero was a momentary Impression anions high authorities of tho cliuich in Uurope when the I 'resident so readily accepted the services of the I'apal delegate, or Ambas sador, that it foreshadowed tho recognition of the I'ope as ono of tlie sovert ign 1'owers of lairupe. Griat credit was given reh bishop Chapelle at Home for accomplish ing his re eption by the I'nsldent. It was veiy spee-dily realized, howev.r. that ills reception had been that of a eh rgym.m. not that of an Ambassador. It Is made obvious by tho announceti.ei.t of Genetal OtiJ lliet tho Filipinos wilt not bo compelled to ac cept obnoxious friars who may b- ussUu-.d to curacies by tin: church authorities; that this Government will not sus ain th- fria.-s in authority, and there is good and nb'in tlanl le.ison to assuiuo that the I'ope will not dt pose the friars. Tills is expect..! b tlios who have been watching developments with Interest, ai.d an intelhgeiu knowledge of the situation, to result in considerable friction, and, per haps, in conflict of authority in sections of the islands wht-ru but vague notions exist as to the distinction between churrh and State. Tho statement by General O-ls is llself n ferred to as an Interference with the authority of the church and an abndg-m-'iit of religious libtrty, so uncertain l the line of demarkalion betwet-ii civil and clerical author!; v among .hese people. a.mi:uica: AMitis,iu:D. Washington, Jan. A'. -Tne hist untoward happening ill tlie hlghlv successful cam paign now going em I'. Luzon is announced in tho lollowlng cablegram: Manila. Jan. M Puck train twenty ponies transporting rations between Santo Tomas and San l'ablo. I-tguna l'rovime, i-vnrtnl by fifty men under IJeutetntit ltalston. 'Ihiriielh liifantiy, ambushed .!. nlay; two men killed, live wounoed, nine missing; pack train lost. Lieutenant and thlrtv-four men returned to Santo Tomas with killed and wounded: alfair bein investigated. Doret. 1 orty-hfth Infantry, found Insur gents In lialangus Mountains prepared in ambush to meet him. lie k.i.eu eight, wounded three, ciptured seventeen, ono Spaniard, six rilles. His casualties, two men slightly wounded. OTIS. ARMS FOR THE PHILIPPINES. KeqiiiMiion for .Magazine I.itles and Ainmiiniiion. Washington, Jan. 3) The Hureau of Ord- nance- of the Navy h's made rcqu.sition to the ordnance Department of tlie A:m f r 1 if) arm) magazine rdlcs ard iJotf.tvJ rounus of ammunition for the use of the m.itir.e corps in tin I'l" lippines. KeqJlsltioiis will soon be ma 1 for 2,diX) more arm) magazines for tne n.tvv. FOR GUMTaNDIANILA. Tran-lort Scindia Sails With Cargo of Js.t.UO Ton.s. S.in Francisco. Cal.. Jan. 20. The trans jyjrt and collier Scindia sailed to-day for Manila via Guam, with 8A) tons of freight, including sslW tons of coal for Guam. She also carried a large boiler on board for Guam and a set of tubes for tho Mon terey's boilers. The Scindia has 10) apprentice boys, all of whom were sent hcre trom the East, anil I rr.'M'y5r'-''-s.s,-'s,.'s ':. :.: i .:.'. ".' .- ,vrv.v... J-.' :... v.V..: v.- .'.l-, vrz'V--,. 7r - ; n. fii u ;, .e'',' . ' 's' -'...-..-.:-...-.-.".- j'. i-.-.'-.-... ..-." :,y '. .' ' ''s- r -mirr,c.j r-r . . & r'a ":',-'IVf-'.::: Wv..:vV:W: : . .'.: .:Ku:r. ".;?&"'"'" Y6,,, ,,?Z -ir. fca!f:sp'- '..m rzzwvx:- t,;, ry'7?'j-'-y''V-z'i v:.-;.vi::-:i:.i:-:.sjy-:::-"K-;-x.Viiti::-:iZi7' . , ny: ni- i . ?, tyMmmmmmmmmr:- m&xmzm immk ,s -ng-im. wmmm0mmmmmmmammmc;' )sAm' N-::r-;:".:'.--:.'.-::'--'.--.r :.:-?-:-:fr-.-X .;A j.' H-r. U r-f- S r-f b - X"ii:::: :?r."S.-:Vir ' -J "A,f. I .,.. Vi Catarrh of ear. FniriShlyfavot.c.IseeJSSS ?M pSofillnsV Ii li osieathsfronTSSrlu m&W A J3Mf Female catarrh V- - V-fyyMjM0-VW ' X-st$&&& Summer Catarrh. ELcwferoped sections- ?'MleX " - Caurrh of stomach, kja of 20 dcaita fro: catarrh. 00 K'M SSS S? LSls. rrr-c ..!., .,t .. ?WMfr&' 1 Catarrh of kidnevs. Ls"Iv'"'-" ," '-;irsj Jiuvillt" v K&5 1 y of -10 deaths from catarrh. fSTlGron: fatality from catarrh gggS or 10 dtitt'Jm from catarrh. TiflOST WENTER ILLS: COUGHS, GOLDS AftD LA QPAPPE ARH TYPES OF CATARRH. Th nbov map has ben carefully com plp.l 'rom l"r."ed St ites ! .,-itn. n's v f'n l'eruna Medi-me C.mpti.y ft ' Ininl.us. Ohio. The ligu-es wre tak-n from tho latest mortal statistics published 1 v tho Governni. f.t nnd cntirelv agree ,h tl.e archives kept at Tl.e Hartman Sanitarium. Tho map U m.ido In four shades. Tho lichtci shade shows the States which havo tho lowest per cent of iliths due to a tarrhal diseases. In these States verv close to 4J per cent of all deaths In 1 v. ere .'U't to catarrhal difeases. Th it is to say. over four out of every ten deaths were fiom catarrhal affections. In tho Slates of neTt darker shade the 'r cent varies from 12 to K. In tlie nei;t darktr shade. 43 to -IS ier rent of the who!. numltor of deaths resulte.1 from eatar'nl diseases. In th dirkest shid we have In dicated i he States in which ov r 5a per cnt, or one-li.tif r.r nore. of ill tho death were directly traceablo to catarrh as tl.e cause. This Is on appalling state of affairs. This nation has got to confront the fact that catarrh has lcome a nitloniU cure'". Ca tarrhil dNeises thrciten 'lie life of our people. Ovt r one-half of tho people suffer from somo f.om or degree of catarrh. Fully thlrty-ilve million pe, pic are personally in terested in tho dis'-.rrery of a radical ca tarrh cure v Grosver.cr of the well-known Ohio fimlly In a letter written from Wash ington. D. C. s.is: "Allow me to express mv gratitude to you for the tit-relit derived from one bottl of I'.runa. One week has lirougl.t won.!, r ful cliang'S and I am ti .w :ci ti-e!l ms ever. i -j.'. Itesid"? belli,? cne of the verv best spring Dan. A Grosvenor. tonics it is an exrel of Ohio. lent catarrh remedy." Attorney Simeon Armstrong, Suite 3:5. lteaper Itloi k. Chicago. Ill . writes In ro gird to l'eruna: 'I was affecttd with ii tarrh for seven vears. I trisl m.iuv reme dies without any proHt. My ciftrrh was located mut !v In the head. I applied to several doctors, but they were not ab'o to cure me. "I learned of the medlclno. IVruna, through a medical pamphlet I can warmly pralso l'eruna as a certain rrmi.lv It h.T bts-n three vears tdme I wps cured, an.l I consldt r my e are lasting. "I cr.ivo to expr-s. for the b'-ietlt . f the public. My exiHiitnt-e with the rrnowi.cd catarrh medicine. 1'erune. I took It f..r seventeen wt-tks and tm now mpl ttly cuied. It cures when all others fnl " Hon. W. V. Sullivan. United Slates Sen ! II ' A?7 rfrf'S'jsr.s "Wi- j,S-v s; PERUGIA RESTORES 200,000 CATARRH VJOTtftiS who ire to be tlls'rli'utetl nmong tho lr-t at Manila She ca us a crew of 1.3 men GENERAL ANDERSON RETIRED. He lias Itoai'lifd the Ajje Limit of (il Vear. Chicago. HI . Jan. -" - leiier.il Thomas M. Antler-ton. Comniandtr of the Department of the I.ikts. was relieved from active duty-to-day under the law which requires army olhcers to retire at the age of til. General James F. Wade. Cotnni.ii.der of the Dc-p-irtment of the Dakotas. has been onli-ml to assume temporary command. General 1 Anderson will remain in Chit ago for tl.e projent, and may enter commercial busi ness. I General Anderson is a nephew- of Mnjor I Anderson or Fort Sumter fame, and Inl the first United States fotccs to land in tho 1 l'htllj pines He entered the army as a prl , vate In the Sixth Oh'o In'.antry in April, 1SS.1. and s-rveo ih.o.ghout the Civil War, I receiving a Capt.il.'s cemmisalDn ii. MaJ, JH.l. He was mad. a lingaunr li. nerai in tho rtgular army Manh J", lsX He is tho author of numerous books on military sub jects. NEW TARIFF FUR GUAM. I-asetl on Schedules for Cuba and Puerto Kico. Washington. Jan. W.-Tho Navy Depart ment has prepared a tariff for tho Island of Guam, based on the schedules now In use for the Islands of Cuba anJ Puerto Kico. It was the Intention t adopt the Philip pine schedules t r the Utile island, but it was found that they were only slight mod ifications o the tar ft which existed before tho art'hipe'nKo eanic into the po.-t smuii of tl.e Unltid S: tc. ai d so vvt re tiusui.ab.e. b.iajse of tin h .-vy daMnr.jlnat.nn in fa vor of .-piin. It ! s.'d ihat the ..imt taillT as that prepared for Guam will be adopter fur the i-Iar.d of TuluI.a. It is under'totd that these measures aro onlv temporary, and will prevail otnv in the "absence of sxjnn- direction by Congress. Look Them Over. There may be something on tlie Want Page of The Kerublic of interest to ou to-day. Turn to it and see. S.imtona wants to borrow money on good m-iurhv. If vou have lab- money, here is a good opportunity to invest it. Another person wants to sell a home for cash or trule for other property; if vou have either each or property you maj real.ze a handsome profit by correspordirg with the advertis ers. If It isn't onvcr.ient for you to bring your answers to the Hepublic office, take them (as many as you like) to any drug store, and the druggist will send them to The P.epublic for you without charge. Uso no stamps. The ator from Mississippi. In a letter recently vrttt.n t- ir. i:ar. m in. says th follow- Jttf i Ing of 1'erui.i as a sJ? Y ciinr. h r tuedi . SO 5 ff "For s- me tlmo I have l"ti a S'lffe-er . fr- ti catfrh In Its in cipient si.ti;p, so II1UCI1 o tint I becsma fji v y nlarmtsl as to my .IvT-sK l.'T'ral h.alth. Uut. P-'k)tW hearing of l'erani .19 fcyZfty1 a good remcd I gavo it a. fair trial and Hon. W. V. Sullivan L". S Senator. oon btgan to im prove. Its efTec'si were distinctly Lent I ficial. remov'nv; the annoying svmptoms, nnd was particularly good as a. tonic. "I take pleasure In recotnmt-nlin your great national catarrh e ire. I'.-rur.a, as the best I have ever tried." i ! Catarrh Is a systemic disease of climatic nnd nervous origin. With l'eruna the nerves becomo strong ami the mucous mra-biane-s are consequently strengthened, thus ptouctiug the person frcm tlie bad effects of a changeable climate. This is why so'uo people do not have catarrh. Hon. II. W. Ogden, Congressman from Louisiana, in a K-ttt-r written a: Wash.ng- I ton. D. C. savs f, I following of rcruna. the national cairrn remedy: "I can con- Ec-ientiously recotn j mend your Feruna as ! a fine tonic and all- 'is :. ' ' round good medicine to those who are li: need of ,e catarrh Smvfc rtnied.v. It has ben ComineT..!...! to IDA l.v RV?J , .rfW.: ; people who have usi d fj Jv it as a remt dy par- .i")..,? l'1cctlYur 1s."ongres.-man Ogden. tho cure of catarrh. ,.t ,,,,. ,.,. For those who n.ed OI Iv.ui-iana. n good catarrli medicine I know of nothing bctt. r ' Hon. J Courtney Illx'on. ex-Ur.Ited States Consul at Foo Chow. China, of Washington. D. C, fays the following of l'eruna: "I join wl'h try distinguished fri nd. General Wheeler, of my State, In recommending your preparation. l'eruna. Friends, who havu ii'cd It recommend it as an e-iccllent tonic n. ram ularly good us a catarrh cure." Hon. J C. IlUson. e u.i.Ui lo e. niuo. 01 HUNDRED NEW SOUS FILED. Docket for the February Term of Circuit Court Will lie Small er Than Last Year. CLERK'S OFFICE BESIEGED. Stream of Litigants and Lawyers Poured Into It AH DayMany Petitions for Divorce Were Keceivod. Yesterday was tho last day for the filing of suits for the February term of tho Cir cuit Court, and a steady stream of lawyer! and litigants poured Into the Circuit Clerk's oHlm with their petitions and applications. Among the throng were many who sought relief from unhappy marital relations, while others filed actions for damagts. ao corrtlngs. ejectments and replevins. The number of suds filed ye-sterlay and on the two preceding days wah an evui 100. 1-ast year the number was IV). e lerk Crow said yesterday that thero was a decided improvement on the part of th" lawyers. They s em to be waking up to the l'jta that it is better to be early than late, ar.d are pu.V-siig their bus.ness much more promptly than evtr before. In tn ' past they showed a disposition lo delay the filing of suits until the last day. j The suits tiled yesterday were as follows: I Thomas Murphy sued the M..-.isiP:)l I Valley Trust Company for J.V-" for dam ' ages sustained wh.b- riding in an elevator at the Century buiidng, Dece-mber C, l-'-'J- Frederick II. Z.lra sjfs Ella Zilm for di vorce, on tho ground of desertion. They were marrie-d November 0, 1SW, and sep arated August lo. 1S9-'. G-orge It Sheprard alltges his wife, Susie, threatened tc ki'l him and also ac-cu--cs her of habitual drunkenness. He ask3 for divorce. Missouri lirown. a negress. seeks a di vorce from James Brown, alleging- that ha ys,ts-a Iff e5K) ! "wr - ! &yW0 yintcr catarrh prevails most north. V.fU1 ''?''( Summer catarrh prevails most south. L Cause of Kcst Dodily Ills Is Catarrh Mr. J. Orpe, comer Twentv-seventh and Ilirku sti 's, G ston. T. x -. v',.s "I w -t nfplctnl Willi a case of -irot-i-- c . arrh of twen'v vertrs' sti.ndmg. I h -1 '. n p.irt'iliy !taf on the left rile for twtlv- ei-s Six months ago I hnd to ! propped up In btsi at night and lie on mv side for fear of choking. I did n -t think I could be cured. I begin taking i't'ui a however, ard now Idieve myself to 15 thoroughly e-:red. My breJthlng is p:-rftctiy frco and easj. and I cannot too highly rec ommend jour remedies." J. hn V. Wright, Law Departn-en. Gen eral l.and Oliue of Tenneste. In a P-tT written from- Wtsh- lngton. D. c. si the following of IV r:ni for cat irrh: "I .V-y-Js, v vw J i nave u-esi i-. runa in A'i m' family and .-an (l .. jrf-' N vl' t i.eerfiil'v reconimt-nd IT J T. 'g-gW it : s tmg all you reprt s, nt ;:"-1 w 1-h. M.rv one who Is s-f- J sV W ?! :.".' :.,, ";..w.i... ftrrig wtei citarrn. rn . hti'i ti o u..s . ti. . J . ... ..Inn .. f. . ity. or ? -k ? s2C : pr strtlon c o u 1 1 Vfr'tYx?; Z? advise all such to '"o T- t.-.ke it In Line ml fort stall the tertih.o e-ns,-.iitnce. I r - Gen. J. V. vv right. ii t.'t tl -s n 11.0 4. ,di- ualde remedj, and must checrfuuy recom rrend It " Hon. Porter Johnson, who has served four yc-trs as State Senator frcm th; Fourth District in tl.e city of Chicago. IIL. nnd wl.o also is the tirs' D. mocratic Senator ev.-r ! cted frrm that district sqjs "I It.i-t.-d ' til catarrh cure, 111. .rfilt Fiui.,tn Hmxv I " j ..i .. - ' till-: d IVnlrifl as a catarrh eradlcator. It c ires when all othrr remedies fall I applied to several doc tors, but they were not rihle KW?v'Tib, r-i .e- s t K-sJTFW -s-l. to cure me. I,rS:i iook tre rem- c. , o , . ,,, , edv for fifteen State " - U:.n. weeks -tTi.i nm. l MCagO, 111. t now entirely cured. It has been a year and I a half since I was cured, and I consi It my case durable I d. sire to announc. for tl e benefit of tlie public, mv exp- rienco with the famous ealnrrh remedy, l'eruna. I was nfiltotttl with v i irrli for live eirs. M catarrli was chit fly located lr. tho btomach." Tho women rteommoTid l'eruna also. Tha follow ,ng are t s:imonU.ls from thankful w men proTln-ni in s-.cie-iy and basinets who use I'rrui.a. Mrs. Jane Gift cf HubbardsvUIe, Ohio, called her vile names ar.d treated cruelly. her j Tho American Surety Company of New York sued Edward C Smith for JJ.SCD.C-S. olleged to be due from Smith, us trustee of tho estate of Jos. ph Gartaide Itichiird lion, nnd Aut. pi. Horn sue Els e Horn for j partition of t -tm.i rt il estate. Anna We! euiann bUid her hu-bar.d. Will lam C Weisemann. for divorce on tho ground of uonsuipjrt Frederick J. Uickttt Is a musician and was employed ns o'iiinist at St Patricks Church at f per month. He I.iims that he i.imiui'y pericrmea nts emus i.-r e.. v-t.i . months, but fitil-d to rtctive any s.tl.irv , f.ir about seven months of the time. an-o-Jnting to al-oiu .v".j. He sues Arch- I blsiiop Kaln and Father Dtmpsey for the ! amount clalme I j Jo, ph Hambrbk vs. John lilook Is the j ti'le of a .slander s'-lt. U.nnl.ll K claims; that Illock accused lilm f stealing two brass fRticets. He claims his reputation to have been damaged to the amount of Jl,vv and asks K,t- exempliry .bimagts. Fre-dtrlci: Seibert and wife sue for In junction against Auvust Ahrens and Jacob S -es -h. to restrain the-rn from transferrins n note for J-'-"0. August PeliYer brought s-:lt for $3t.-0)dam-nges from tiie 111 n-l'hapman Minufa lur ing Company for burns sustained Auust 10. lst'a. Max Glassman sues Clara Glassman. bit wife, for divorce, on the ".rounds ef tl--s. rtion. Tiny wtre married Julv 2-'. 11. and st pirated two etrs afterwards. Miiggo Echlin sites Jos..ph LVhlin for di vorce. She alege- he has tre-att-d ber cr i el.y. Sho asks lor tho custody ef her child ami alimony. 1 he St Louis Trust Compiny sn. s Jose-.h Flannel v for 12.2:3.13. as surety on tho bond of'liuls C. Huyr.es. who was, trust.-e for '".uth II. JIulford. Mary lb :i s sues the Suburban Itailroad Ctm;siiiy for J'-'.!-. damages on account of lniuneft r.H-eived in being run down by cue or il fet limit's cars. Noveml-er 12. li0. at Wash str. et artl Achfsn place. J Arthur Nelson brought It agalnt Henry Gruea for JW.cw for malicious iros- ecutlon Louis H. Totitrup. etecutor of Timothy U l'apin. s.jis I Graham Frost a-il tvt'lo K. Frost on i not" 'f Jltl '. du the esta'e. Dnv.s' .".V) Suits and Ite-erers 52.23. Clrar irg sab. Glolt. Seventh and Franklin ave nue. ' r.woii.s Mivrttic v.ti:ii. Secrelnry ISnisc IJnipbasie-s the- Xeetl f Mltt-r Currency. W.mhlngton. Jan. 2U Secretary Gage wis liefore the House Committee on Coinage. Weights ar.d Measures to-day and spoke In favor of the adoption of tho metric eys t. m. Mr. Gago a'so referred to the need of fractional silver currency. Ho pointed out that at present the de mand foe fractional coin was so urgent tlat the Issue ran conlslcrably beyond tha , 0".:M.ta authorized by law. and ho rccotn- mended that this legal restriction be rc- mSyrM ' i .. rfisi; - '. j... i , .. tlin-ugh V-Ts i,W,1 , advert.se- ?&& cut I can !&itrrir Vii5 f.CSEiCj x---. fitLliv " V t-sJ J ' K i V'.l. r.rr'J.V -rrfc''j gs.i&fcl v v 'V !-r--Ai j.V.-t-SmT-V lw? C V '!?"-.". ".'O- V . v ---.tt-X ,- JW Alrr-:-dhm xtfrnm :;2yK. A Catarrh of bladder. ecutctie eairrn. .?. w itcs: "I think I would have ieen dea8 I' i B . ' i J it not ' ceii f r I'erona. I have used It in my fim.lv f jr coughs and c--:.!-. and U grippe. I wo-;!d not be wlth cu: It i'i tl." "-ouso I re illy think that It has added jears to my life." Mrs. Thecphtie Schmltt. wife of ex- SSfe. ? gi. i crctary German . .e. -- e-,nu lo& -.. from Chicago. 111.. U V:j 'i .-ii. vv abash avenue. c su.te-teu vu.s win ler with a ievere at- fli S m .T:';r,j s?j,; ta k of la Krlj.pe, ar.a l fe3' aid of the value o2 rs- l'eruna In such ctses. After usin? only three; t-ott' s I not rn!- t found that the la "" grippe had disai-ie-ared. but my gen eral health was much, better." Mrs. Schmltt. United States S la'or Warren's wife, la a letter from iia v..-m!iig avenue, tVafch lrgton. lx C.. sa s. "The simple bottle, of l'eruna sent to mv husband carao - n t was suffering fron a. cold, and if?j -od It with good res-alts." Mrs. Grldley. mother of CarJiia Gridliy, who was In omro.' r.d o' IXwev's flagship, O'.ympiB at the d-stiicti m of the Spanl4li feet at Mjnila, savs of our remedy, l'eruna: "At the solicitation r.f a friend I U'ed Teruna. and can trut'.-fullv siy it 's a grand . T .. -. . .t t , -k..t.l Uilll aii.i is i ni'1.11 r. iiiciu. aim 3uUU.il Ik- ur. : in "vtr.i houshr'd After using It for a thort tr.os. I feel Iik. a rew person." Ann E. Gridley. Mrs. G. Frlcgs of Minn-"ol's. Mlr.n.. Treasutcr and e in ductor Wm D Cot-os Ni 42. Wo- n i.n s He i f t r , JK writes fr. m -4" Cci- C tr.t' are . ?.I 1 -robs Minn.. "A I .v manths ago- my health seen d -J to htlk etuwn an ' lief from the pres.Tlp- iJSf tlon of mv nhvsl. Ian. iti t .- ,t... ., .. ,.r 'ta-ass-t t-r:rr' "r -. . Tt fl--Zi 1 ClUI.il, uuu c. c-.e & '.,' "VJV had taken the second -4. ' ' Xr bottle I was com- ''--- plc-trly restored." Mr'. G. Urlggs. Anyon who v-ish"3 perfect heil'.h mui ls etitirely fre f - om catarrh. Catarrh ls well-nigh " universal; almost oratilpresenL l'eruna Is the onlv absolute safeguard kno.vn. A cold U the beginning of catarrh. To prevent colls, to cure colds, is to cheat all rrli out of its victi.xs l'eruna not onlv cures, but pre-v-ats ctarrh. Every house hold sh'-ull be supplied with this sreat remedy for cougl--s, colds and so forth. 1 A booic on ratarrn sent iree io nny at- I dr'ss bv The Fcrunt M--dIcIr.a Co., Colum- li-s. Ohio Ask vcur druggist for a. fro Feruna almanac fur the ear lSCJ. EADH YEAR. pralcd. leaving; the Treasury to determine) Use proportion of eractloual coin necessary. Mrs. Fltimie-ry Sties for Divorce. Sits Ji.t.ann.. Flannery brought suit yes tcrd iv In uie Circuit Court for an absolute) divorce f.oui Jtstph Flannery, who Is sup posed to be mar Salt Lake City. Utah. Tin- ei.a'gcs are tbsertion ami 111 treatment. Mrs. Flannery- is an Invalid from paralysl-s. Hir d lughtcr. who Is almost grown is af Dieted in the stme manner. Flannery IKissesses leal estt.te sssesscd at more than ;i.0. GnlP'S him EFFECTS. Wonderful Remedy That Quickly Cures tlie Disastrous Consequences of the Grippe. Such us Heart Failure, KiJney Disease, Paralysis, Consumption and Hany Nerve Troubles. Free Trial by iWail to All Who Hava Ever Mad Oiripps or Now Suffer From Its Ravages. Those who have had the grlpp during- th past few- vears and who exierienco more or leM weakness and vital derangement will bo glnd to know of a remedy that will euro them, put life and strength Into mind and muscles tissue und nerve. The remedy is known as Dr. Dix'a Tonic Tablets and haa ' a most wonderful constitutional action In, building up the shattered system after a siege of tho grippe. We want to introduco them to- every I reader of this parer. many of whom need I such a remcly For a IIir.Led time tho pro- I prietors. Hay a & Coon. HO Hull building, 1 Detroit. Mich , will s?nd a trial packaga free by m-li to all who will send their nama nnd address (enough to convlnco tho most I skeptical ..f tbel- gr.at merit). Send nt onre and be well and happy I nimln Tell mur friends and neighbors about this most liberal offer. Most cases of lame back, rheumatism, lung nffectlors. roor circulation of blood, unstrung nerves, kidney and bladder trou b.o onratvsi heurt r-altdtation and many I other diseases had their origin in tha gr.ppe. and Dr Dlx's 'ionic Tablets will cure They cured Hardy Jorehead, Onawa, la., of paralys.s. Fr.uik La beau. V)i Southi Tfnth street. Omaha. Neb., was entirely cured of extreme ncrvousncfs after several doctors had failed. C. M. Boyd. ex-Sherif of Tusliego. Ala., was curel of nervous, it rangements. Wni. fcln-pson found In thesa tab.ets a euro for severe kidney trouble, and hundreds of other run-down sick peopl have r gained tbclr heai h after many dis couragements with other remedies. Writ for frc i-lnl to-day; also book explaining whv theso tablts cannot full to rtor I health nnd Btrecgth. JiiK T-lti 3i---fc 'imMx WV M"H - S i rmfc SM s