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THE REPUBLIC: TnUESDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1902.
S r it c 1 ?i OLEOMARGMINE BILL PASSED BY HOUSE, Amendment Kequirinp Inspection and Ilrandiiifr of Itcnovatcd Huttcr Incorporated. TAX OF TEN CENTS PER POUND. Oleomnicaiino Tranpoi ted Into Any State Medline Snbjett to Laws of That State Motion to KecommU l.ot. "WnslairiKton. rrb 12 The Hon? io da passed the olournirpirine hill Their wis no division on the finil inai;e, the iil ut of strcneth liaInx btrri made on i motion to recommit, which wns defeated b a imjorltj of 31 Th provision to rrrju're the lnp"ctinn nnd branding of rcnoatd butter, ulikh win adopted In Committee of tie hoi ..terf1a. wih retalmd todaj on an ae nd n i ote nmllv fieped, the bill U sntnewhn mdifid from tho forri In v liSch it was re port d from tho Committee on Agriculture It males oleomargarine or Imit ltlon butter tir chee-t tranpoited into nn St ite or Tor rltor fr ue. sale or consjinrtlon therein, subject to the liu of Mich Stiitt or Tcirl tor. notwlth-tandir?: that it mnj le In froduml In original pacntges and Input? a tax of 10 rents per pound on oleomtr earlne made In Imitation of 4 butter of un Fhado of ellm " When nt undo In such injltatlcm tK tax is redurtri to one-fourth of one pr cent i r pound The srond ectin U In tended to prtent dia'ors. hot 1 proprlt tor-, rtTirant and bo trdin-house fcMpi n irom o dozing the unolored oiticlc h innKiic anj iwp-ot- who color the product and then nil or fuinlsh It to othe"-. a m n tacturvr vlthl;i thi? infinlnjr of tha act IVnaUle for lo. il.nn ot the a.t an a fino of not le-q tban ? v) nor more than J-rf and Imprisonment for not ! thm thirt dn nor nrnn tl an -i months I'riM itlmi fur Inpt-rlliti. The in w tficti'ti reutlnc to the inspection ind bnn Hi c f n n natvd butt r i a fol lows That tho fVrretan of Vcriculttire 1 herein Authorized and retiln 1 to caue a rljld sini tn tniMctinn to le mJe Irom time to tlTin and it euci times a he ma dfen n-ces-ar tf u 1 factum ar I ic-i uss wlun butter I n'niauii, and ull butter rtnovated at "Ut! Iu-cs rhull In carefull Insptctct In the ume inntimr ai.l to tlie Fdiue tnt .nd purple that in at i roduui are now lnyptc:-! Ttie qmntit t il qialliA of 1 utu r reno.jld hill U rt-ported ummhU XJ ""tn-natrd butter ba T lw defclimattd a -uj lj mar brimH nnd la I el and tho v rd- iti ovjtl huttcr than he jirintti on jll livkafi- thrHf In m.ci nanrr as mi be 1 t-M.rllcd b te St retjr of i;rlcalture a'ld hitll bo t- M viiy a re io lttu buit-r No urn- jttil buiii r n-i I If f t pL 1 jr iranrKint.l fi in me Mate to pnotl at ti t for- gn eojatnes An omnibus bill carrlnc ilalms iiKitro- Kitins I14.o32 for storti. mid supplies - .- . . i.kui from lojal citizens durlnir the t-.il War nlo ua passed Th claims wre allowed undtr thL prisions of tLe Bo in in .ict and the hill was identical with one li iwed b the Jlou'-e at the loM e-ion Tvo othfr bills whi h ha- httn tit fore oiifiTtss for twtiu-Hr,ht j-nrH, io itfcr (friaii cuiras itr auaiuonat i-umnenauon l. the holders of ctrnin monitors durlne ! th. aill r to the , ouitof i-lahns. were j The motion to recommit the oleomarca- unt u.ii nas losi us to iw-suiii tn iraius , pasi.d without dliMon Th ote to rtcomnlt bi jeara and najs follows. danis ilQirsun. Allt-n (Ki ) 1 all tT ). I'eu'fll 1 ju. i nock. 1 jlt llranllfj llromu ell ltrjUFsar.1. lltur 11 cf IturRf" jm-k (Pal Ilurlesnn urneit Ituri n lluitr (Mo ). t h nitlcr. i limn. ' nnell. ivpper fTor.). on lirrd. t V ftmr. t run packer, .unim!ng3. litdzcll. I)u. Ilatl. JWOnrfrnreli I)lniimor. IlollffUs. IMnerda, Klllott, l'rpler. JTcmlnc Koner oil ). Tex. l.ttlns fTex . Ollltt U T ). Ool-Jfoclfl. Htinbury. lletlee Tstl-ott. HenrjlMIss) rattipon ll.nrj iTts ). Cl.nu I Hooker l'itrre (Iran ). llui nnl. Itin.Ill llusles llir.t-lfll. I. hason K. Id , . jrj. llhtsx O.y). Kjhn. I.lcrirdson Krho (Al3 ). Kitelen(C). ltlchtirJ'on Kltt-hin ( IV J linn j. KItlrE ltcbrrtoo. Ij.-intiam I,tflter Latimer. Ij hi ler 1 ir. lw U (Ga ). Utile. Uilncfton. 1)1K. Iiutrslasr. Incring. ItcAnrtreTM. McCull. McOl an. Mel ullocb. McOnrmott. MclAln. Mcltao. Madilox. Mahonev. Mann. Majnard. Moiit'U. Meen. Nappen. Olerftreet. aa7. Darrnrh. Pal Mnon. He Amiond. lieemer. Dick. DGurhorty. Ilmner. liapr Diltfcolt. 1 ddr. nneron. l.ant. Fletcher. Foepl 'M, Fordnej rostnrU). ltkix't. lturr"'. Jtjan. hfttltorouEn, sclilrm. fclleparll. Mms Mai aen, smnll. Miilth OCi ). bnodttram hpajinan. M"l. Stepliem. Talbcrt. Thnmpotl Vnileroood. nchter. Uailsvtorth. tt flcr. V. hlte. 1 l'-s . ill urn lMln ). IM'snn. W oot'n 11 Ifa?kln4, 1iiucn ileatw lf Ilnrj (Ccrik. Itfpbuin llillebrart, liilt llotvell. Hull. J(ck, TacUson (ICan ). Jacksn Md ), Jenkins Jett. lcrJi (Vt ). Jones OEVaFh. ) Acheson. AtexnniJtr. Aplln. HkImtocIc. It-ill tDel), llarnty. JtatfO. Hell. HI(hop. rtlackburn, lilakener. Brlstw. JJKnn HrownlCfw, 13urke(S D). Ilutler (ra X I'alderhld. CaJdwoll. Cannon. Cassel. llti'slngliin, ClRrk. -ochnn. PonnT, mr l-oiinibi". Coonrr. i-ooper (Wis ). (irrler. Gardner (Ilch ). Ketcham. iTn '""n i" . lAcej. O b,on imll- O Ibt-rt. Ijiwrencs. Gllftt (Main.), tinier. ;oh. Jttnufr, ionlfTn TJttWAHd, J-'w1111 clirj Orimth. Melaichlah. Mamon, Mar-hall. Martin. i. row. Hall llauUItcn. I tilt S3 IIl-lt-llU ur to iulu in tuts cv.wuu i - - - -' - - -- j - - - '"' -mii- -. . uitr II OI ll(e S? Illle ri tiiliim ,. In I I tl I ir:t War claim ocfupi-ni the altmtlon of tha ' 'he -Mncab. '.e scouts (natlic-) and per- j jIOP!cn c-lmtuo to di rei.orte,! fii iV.si-imi Vm i-i i- II ue liter tit. iia-aaru of the oitomata- hip's b some of the more ieiou" elenunts , ' """'"' "' u1 reportett ni- , .IOS3.PH o C.I.I.. rme biil aril the d i' was .mile notable ' f tlle anni. who wer afforded opportunity oriblj the bill to ra'ifi the ict of the Arl- I li! r t ri It- set el u, for the passage ot the tlrst bill for the pai- , J' the ).r,nct ot the armj to carr oat 'O il'1;""; m, '' ",- ;in .ipproprlitlon I Sjcamore 111. IV 12-J.in.h CoiikIc. m m ot' tlalms of United btatoa .ltizena 'their cr"; I Instinct I sSr vJ 1, , .V,?'111'1 ,, I f itlur of the Coiisle lltos romm'-ion .irl-.iiB out of tho .SpinHh war It .arrkd A''' i'" T"lf a" BCt fthc '3cInte , ,i"n,mi .irfan .' V. '"jnedluu consldera- I me-.hart- of South Wat r lr,et. CM" iqo. s.-melhir.c our t.W) Tor the pijment of ni mhlj ot Ari-yma proiidinc fpr a dis- "on and te bill was taken up md passed , died to das. v hile out lure HoMinr aft.r SJ2 ilalms for propt.rtj taken within the l'l li from Arizona it the Internatlonil !-.- - I his farmlmr interest', of apoi Ie. ad PnltMi btates for the u of the army. '"a." ?., I , . i Iuis wis pass sd p:,.n, ..,.. ... ! Jar- Ik hid hem .i nsldent ot (. lilcmo i ..,. I......H.,.- inn. e, I. !r Turner (ashi.iEtoi!) presented i R R GRAll WR nflNTRflnT RPflnV for nftem , ears. ". -....- rm ..... - .....rl nl fr fin .1... S ........I . Vlk-lllllILl X Kahle. Tetcalf. lckej. MWs CU5hmAn. Powers CMe), Ftn-irt Prince. (,- i ), JJav- Stewart Itlier. (V ). Itohb. Pullo-Tly. Hohln-on (Ind ). Sutherland. Miller. Miner MooilJ nias.). Moo Is (V f), Moo.15 (Ore ), Morcnn, Jtorrell, Morrl-. Mudd Muti hler. Jti eilam. Xw lard. Jfei in. Olni'ted. Oetv. TarKcr. Patterson (Pi). Psrne 3'enrre IVrklns. Pou. itomiiKon iittney. t.ti , Ttumpl. Itusiell, Kilmnn, fceib Fha froth shallenberRer, Thaicr. Tlinmis (ia ) Tirrell. Tlmpklns (0 ), Toni,ue VantlHer an o-rhees, 1 ree land, llancrr M arnr. Vi arneck. Mai son IVIlllinu (111). TlOod IVrlKht 7tnor Ht -Herman .howfllttr, sll.Iey. Skllrn mlth I1I smith (S V). Snnok ass?"- Pteiens, sTn-rn vMiinn" invkstk; tio Rrnnlor Toller So Style llic Coinmlt fee'M Plilllitplno 1il(iilr. Washington. Feb. 12 With tho exception of n. sharp clash heiwecn Mr. ljodgc and Mr. Patterson oicr the matter of admis sion of ri pre sentat lies: of the press to the Imostlffatlon of the Philippine question, to dpi's tesji'on of Ihp Senate was quiet. The Colorado Senator desired that all nwpapcr men be admitted to the commlt t hearincs. declarlnu that, as now con ducted, they wero of a star-chamber char acter. He said his recollection wis that Mr. Lodee h ul suKpested that the heirlncs. be entirely secret. 1 his drew the flru of the Massachusetts Senator, who Indlgniinllv de nied thit he had snifrscsted am thine of the ktnd. Ho Insisted that the reports made of tho hoirlngs hi three press associations were accurate and fair to both sides, of the control ersy. A communication from the Secretary of War transmitting a memorial of the Fed eral partv of the Philippine Islands In jupport of American rtilo In tho Islands ilcd from Mr. Patterson the statement m ityt ! or Wlio ilird estenl ij i lu hnni In Ooimt tiP.vnl of ('.miilii and In M mim otlior tint the IVil.-nl inrt !- ootiiii.il lt- in tie Hm-ie ilr T-wrev to tin n'Kel ( iiurol In tht Philippines le p-oml'iri; to t! it 'he fo-cEolni; ptt'il tom'iiittt- pio the Fll'pini tint tr-ei nou.il he .ulinitttd (etd with t ir vt's; ition ult'nutilj to stattlioj.1 in tne I'nittd &ju- imisi-ijpi ii t: ;:iijt.i:i mi:'i,i:ii:n. !r 'l.ller occtij i 1 th a.t ntion of the Sen ite i urin., tht rt iter out o. to-da's Ii irrlc i.tT.'iHt,"'). mi In. rcitt "' tision aid las not ct tonclutUd hH , : l.i:;.i)io Out li.ireiit ru-nl. p. t ch In fie cour-e of hi firsument Mr Teller a-hmt. IV, u -rht I'o-l Ollue ip piid a hih tribute to trie si.i.t-nianship , iropiiuiun b II li is tit en practlcillj corn- hich tlictitel tin. poh. ot the riiu..t ,lItt(Hl , ;,. n,Me cnltt.-t on 1'ist Mntet tovarl Chii a during the trt able ; t o ears a-o He did not Know, he -i.d. I t'l'lce-. n.i Post I.o uN ami will be re whithtr th it polit orlmi itetl .t the ported in a f t w tli p t.'r'Ier SPT'ilt. i. latt PreMdmt i!i.Kinlt or with Stt.rttar tin i"creae of $11111110 o r the cii'itit of M lit H n but tt wiJom I id l"e.i tlem- ' appiopii ltioi and of liUv".,0JJ otr tho oiwrateu and the .noh worltl 'ltd i'f' inacii uniKr olillsitioi.s to the rnlteii btatis for m -iricl obseri ince. "I helit.1 ' ud tin Cilor.ino Somtor, "that if there, could lit a- much statesiian- ship .mil wisdom and tnerci applied to this 1 hlllrpine tiout-le we should be ible to set out of It with cr dlt - air liner ouoieu news;aiir anu niea- zine irtichy to hov t! it -n.e.ii-s- and c- Hun win applli.il to 1 1I11 no L"u.jint wiih.iiiew to forcing th.-n to rtieei the I1' r,',1 ''."", ofJ",lr'.illoT. .'Hy"':lcJ " I to.ture upon w-lli 1,1, Colorado -iiialor a tit wai the watt r urf On the iiithorl- of one writer Mr Uller sa,l . ,t c 1 i" 1 111 1110s 10 wiiiiiii mi- 11 -iiv cure iiau uti 11 lypiica an mil twnu-i ii.hi .lieu 11011 I ITC ft lift i If tht-e otatfment nn nt tru- ala i the tenator, "the Amirlun cJoertnej,it owe it to Itself that tl-e are nroieil to be not true I would be gl id to know th ? tl? eeoifu.;.! that It inir.ht not be piopti to el irue tut An)ri- can arm villi tht-e orut-!tle! The 'or- "titi League, enumerating cert nn trust anl lUIMUtliailVlll lllilltl 111 ill were operatlnp In connirt loniblnations which th memo memo la' s-t f rth. ' lift with the ; h-mn 1 1 the petitioi sated I lntltrun law He ii that tho existence of these so-cilled trusts had ben cillrd to tl e . m'fn o' the At to-rei General of tit I ntt 1 s. ncs with rcque-t til it m ichineo or in- oi i: bo ut In motion with tin nw of the t'e- . .1 ., ,..... 1 t,.. r ,... rVVS"" '" l 1 r .UU.4:.V"U . " '.ll.V."7 , sirnciioi 01 hip irisis uul inu i ir nniniu -- 1? m&. V' Urdiction V 1H :: rnpr .. .. mpnrill rnn,.,,,W , - -; "-,,. :".,' ,: .:,.- ,. " . llti lli' nil ,nnvi i in nn -i mi !' cut Attorne Uinrral nra hl iTTnedl it' pp pcsnr b-t h dd not ,isi to ht. un derstco!! a fathering the charge: lie asked thnt the menorHI I pr;ntetT In the Tonprtss on il Ue on' but Mr GiHms" of Xev Hamptilre o! jeeted and It prlnt 1'ii; wa5 rot ordrd In fireent!nu i p tition for coiiKrc''oni! rrl ef of cotton prnnrr from the cotton teUI. Mr CuIbcron of Tei.is siid thit the Loll T.eeil hid deiroel IWO hnh'S tf cotton In T Ta ilonc during te pas: iiir nrii nn nt ppimt nf thp rnvntoi of the pen. cme ippre1'. ns'on 's Ht for tho , cilt vat on of cotton In Central aid South- tsitern Te s , tsi lern ie. s suns tiii: noon vt: vpnst ru vi n. Vrrrlan f :lIonnl l).ilr I nlnll IHsensses l!niiiinrKniliM. Hill. itni'irni.ic sitciai. "asl ir.Kton, Teh 11 C V Knieht of th National Dairv Union in iralizlng thu oto of the Houston the oleom lrgirino bill to-dii "aid this evenlns: 'Thn lai! mo ti4,il ! . renl imnroie- mint our the measure of a j. ir ajo In many waj It complete!! shuts the tlror i aitiint fraud The pro i ss buttir amend- ' ment will 1 helkit mi et with tin appro- . nlof eicrj dalrjmai. in the Vnlttd Statts, and, hid it l.ten a sPp iratt proportion. I do not Iwheie time would lu.ie be n ten otes is,alnt the 1.111 The oppontion w is . all heause of a fear that tin lmendintnt. tniirht ciue delay In the Senate eommlttie ' heciuse of the nices-at of i.oh'K Into , hearings for the proles' butter people. Hut 1 tlo not lielleie a process-t.attir man In tne Vnlted Ptitcs will appear imilnst It "1 ht Watlsf orth substitute to-da re ctiiid 117 lotcs U.ist jear ft nulled 111 mils on roll call The in ijorlti aciln't I the substitute a y ear ago w is Jientj-seie l and to-daj forti-four. There .ire tvo n i son for this Mrst. mini of our friends utro awi and tinpiiretl. ani secord, there were no petitions aad protests against the substitute at thli time When th Grout bill was under c nsiuerntlnn li th" House. December 7, lSoO protests ag ilnst the substitution of Mr. Wadsworth' meisure came In h the thousand. This leirne felt s-ifo In the hands of our friend-. and thoucht thei would surd b us wltn- out belnK cautioned as ilnst this sjl.stl- , ..i. . .i ...i , t ihen. nciln the petitions v Inch came In from inlcul,kd dilr.imtn ciIIIiir upon their (oncre-smen to stand l.i the Grout hill exactli as It i issed the Hoaso at the lat session ciutd a number to so i2iinst the pr stilt mtisure when It was amende 1 I ns was nccessirj for It" perfect'on There forUth'e wu"nnn 'llnal iKTss.iRe' de-pitetne tremendous opposition of Its opponents -i minn inn proces-unner ititiire or l"o hill w'U Etrensthcn rather thin weiken It , If, tt C.nfite nc m, r4lml t, .. It 1 will leaie no croinds fr th ire of tils- ' crlmlmtion between whit Is clalned to be i two framls In the butter line Hml this amendment not l.etn adopted a sepanto hill wruld certiinls haie been reported is there Is treat demind for such a law " I I1II.T, fllll, rIIIlV HOlT .CIlO.IHHI.flOO. ' lllier nml llnrfior Cfinllulssloit ICeepn ; Aliliriiiirliitimi Iloirn. j Wi"hlnston, Teh 12 A definite under- i standing his been reached hj the Rlier nnd it,.i..e.i..iAn .i... k ., t ., ....u. s... .....i--..tt ttirtt. in.-ut.-, itnu nut- nor uhi now approachini; completion shill i he kept down to about W.M the amount j cirrled hv the me .sure frimed nnd tie- ' fented Hstieir. The committee Is norki.te- dill, hut the decisions on st.etiiie items I are an lenmuie arti open to reilsion. .MOST CPKSI Il mil,OMTIC I'OST. Senate Committee Ilect.iiimcnila Thnt Stilnr) of lllnlsler He Inereaxeil. Washington. Ptb. 12. An Increase of tho salirj of the Minister to Persia from Solv) to f7,005 was recommended to-dav bi tho t-Vmto Committte on I'orcI?n Itelatlous. The post is ald to be one of tho most e ptnolie In the diplomatic sen ice. Keferred o n Micflnl Committee. Washington. I'cb. 12 The Wiys ard Means Committee to-da referretl the in icstigatlon of the right of the treaty mik ing pow i r to tonclude reciprocity agrce nints afftctlnt- duties and reiennes iih. out lonsultlng the House of Representatiics to n .special committee consisting of Hep- I resentatiies Paine. Dalzell. firosienor n. publication, and lUchardson and Robertson, Democrats. The resolution was Introduced bv Mr. Tawney of Minnesota, and has been adopted I ft trk ii cit.i iiriri1mL.il 1 tnm tit t.fttitntiU i .. ti . . ...I...U.... ..u.it Hit. .. tliuiltl JV in rri:itiN- Houn, IrilTii IIo was foimrlj Uteincr inmortnt imi- in tlie Hrulsli sfnlci' tthiaie i , The I.trqrt Itcni i Mli.1oi for nllwar f incnort.itlrn of mill- The rural free tic- , llitij Etoiilte Rtt n Imrias of $1 iVI ' , I makins the tci.il tT'oO). antl prol-ion ii mule to plnce the ruril c frier- i.ndt r a i contract jMfn. .nstt id of al mos as i t t p'. eit The -tr.i ailowait. for fat rail- wn ipi j sertiee otn.n .-.. Vnri. ..n.i V jhlnrtni 1- on-itt.d but tl.it for tho ir. ct between jvhini ton .1 tl Ni w O-- ,n" and f'cm KiiiMt (. it to Ntwton. Ki" 'included Thrri W no proiinon for pietimtic tube senice. tint eubjert lwirs cei.r-d in a -epirate lil"l Pur hit r. i-t of salaries of j-ot Dill, e cli rk- SMI ir) I, allowed and S2 ..(..j for lnere ie in hilaries of riilwav . .. I,i ,n iriMioi'iu vrio vitiio i:n. ! Arljnxtn n-.Ml.It at World I'alr n- ',:" J" " '' - , ,'1" L l"'a !"' lx'- I Washington rh 'J Sf nator liuniliara I J!1K lew Loilllldnv to FxiK' -mi nun v "i- ..- i1UHIl) ear I'ilir Site. lid A 5-li.JO.i pnidlnff eontrirt for the 1m- m Pnttii if tl .i t. .... " r.'X ""--"'" "act norm or Kor- l ' ' arK- controlled h tho Pirkifew I'.e- "..j .i.tv 1 f.nn.... ..t . 7" r.'""' '" u "TIriins y .icre, hn'M , ,", "Xu .' V"""1. ""'"a." rlnt of ttntraplK ,.;,.;" lo.nim. now In 'Ilia, for his -inclion to the tr.ni k 'n,e Con iiact v.i- ilrtwn bj .ttri. j Hcnrj '"lll'id Tin propert Pnolitil Is Ki-ow'ii ns th- J.C.jo. trnct. 'omposttl of the Cat nn I-. i.litn I i and the umersiti tract Mace the l'ar'.Mew Itealty Conipam'. through tne ani j of the Lincoln iru't ton.pini, K.iln.tl contrtl of the propertj udjo'i-li,; tne Worlds I an tratt on the iioith. siepj, hue bun tuki n to make of ...-"... a.'.ul '" I'ttlnu of this s..... .. t ii. ilut. rtim la i iiot'cy. Ih i orl. in.i oocupi a'lout tight nonths i i' V,,.1 V..i A"i,!'dls.'1 .r.on.a,n -ii.r3t.erly " LT, V V. ', "' l " ' r . t . n",1. ,n ,,hl-1' il trar. - Vi) ic( i, 4na b Ue I!i!t- ,rre aunu . h i-.ir.T iem.'. en Pie norm hi Uelmar aiiuue to .Meliille annua, en the w.st b .'.s. ,....- ...i..u. iili-'i wem. ar alenne the WathliiRKii l'ni.rltj tract, tiei the N.undarj fol'ov s the ashhiKton l"iiiicr s't lino oi the smith anl on the 'i si. null it toucles Porest iMtk, then on the sjiitli : l.j I rest Pari, rt arlj one mile anj a. half eat to I nlon i.nnue All toeither. about Jl'i(in iti i. - , penthtl in the improieirfnt of ihN ntoi- tit. cradlni; it laiinj; out stnets uuil constructing ci crs antl snkwa'ks nr-rtmr. -.. fj REQUIRE FIRE FHIPF U""' rlnt: COsHrCs. -, ,, .. T . .M:iOr, 1 OHCe 1111(1 (. OmilllSSlun(I'(if ,ii,i;.. t,,;i,i:.,.. h--h . L unlit. iiUIIUIUgt Will Act. All buildings which should be n, i,i,,i with firo escapes, vill be Insptcted Lj tho pollen so soon as a Ilt ot the structun s shall haie betn submitted to Mnor Wills In rommh'sioner ot Public BulKHm., Lons ftllow Minigir.s. les.eb and owners of bulldlnc- ttnit are not equlppid will be nu tlitdl to coniplj with the ilre-csc ipe ttat utt. Mai or Wells purco-es to hue the fire e'lape I m enforced ProceedlnRs will ho lnstttutetl aj;anst owners v 1 o itfu. to ohei the law. or who show a deposition io i lade the law or postpone trectins lire esc.ipt It appiars tint some hotels are not pro illetl with P.e escapes Xctlces were stilt to owntrs anil manners ul these p'acis s, i, ral nioi.th- iqo. tut nil tne notices wire not neeaeu ire uepu j Comm s- slurfr of VlMt r.uUlinRs instnieied As tisaut lTosccntini, Attom-i .Ichrson to iuitute rrocc. .linf s aains- ore nuinRcr. ,,ul ,,t ,s ,Mr Jt KI . , done thli as .et "'" "", . " OLD SHOEMAKER IS ASSAULTED. piiol-ml .mil Tfnlilioil ,.f ',Q1 1,. rIN. .. l-"n" ml l-OIIDCU '' -N In I A I nknovni jlen. H Quisle., a shoemaker. Cj n irs old w i'i assaulted and robb, d at his. sl-cp No 7)7 North Sixth stitet. a few minutts after S o'clock list night b two men. who m- tered the nl ice just is he was clo'int; up yulslevhi.l turned oat the gi in s shop and was about to lock the door when well drcsstd. came In and al oil to look at a pair of shoes Quisit i struck a n itch .tt.l reneheil nr, in fri .- n. ,.. r ne I :v " .:.r: "-,. .'-. "" "" t . -" me :oor,"rs grtoocti mm around the neck "'" cuutvcu ni-n irem in nmo. wnue tie lZ!iUhUS'Z'l'cV'' ,""' . V ' lt rol'l f currenci .i "11S- '' '"K roll or currencj . mountinK to S;j RECEPTION TO MRS. DAVIS. Oreeled liy Ilnnduds of Citizens of I5iinnns;liani, Ala. llirmlngham, AH . Keb. 12 Mrs. Jefferson Iailr. arrlieu here last cirnlng on her w ly to Jackson. Miss, where she will appear be fore the Legislature to urge the purchie hlr? S.tat0 of ,Ml;'c'"lPPl of Ueauiolr. the old Dai is mansion, for n home for Confed erate soldier- A reception was tendered her at the Morris Hotel to-dii and she was greeted by hundreds of citizens She de parted on a. special train this afternoon It was learned that Mrs n.,io ...-.. -.1 - offer from tho North of JKl.OOO for Heauio'ir She offei-s the place to Mls!s-Irpi for jy) I ). provided the Stite 'will estnbllsli imi milntaln tlure a home for soldiers of the Confedcracj. Some one of the Gfit "Want" ads. printed In to-day 8 ReDUbllc mav ment. f-nrna J to you. Aiwa) a read the "Want" ads. LORD DUFFEBIN'S CAREER IS ENDEP. Death fonn's Poniefnlh to tho Former (ioeinur (Jeii'-i.il of Canada at His Ins-li Home. HIS SON'S WIFE AN AMERICAN. She Will Xow Itnomc .1 IVeir-'. r.tihue of Clol.e Fin.iiue Cum panr. Limited. 1- Ke i.illed. 1 I irdon r. 1 Si-ile 11 ir(iilof !i"i 11 f.pri.ni r;.ier"or C'mril of I'nnh, ar.d 5li! !"il !i!li il irnm Iil,I iliplom itl- poits In tin l'nslN'i er.lr iIipi! ,it r, s 0VI01 1. jliN morni' s at hH re-liln -u C an.'i hoi Cutiim Pnvn. Irn'.inJ I-onl Uufinlii lr.il '!-: -cn In ill hi'-i'th 11. ; I'-o.il .i .i ii".i-?full .ifter a nlilit uf I tit il nn',orx:loL nfw I nnl Dnlftr.n ii.er wliolh iiiotritl frum tlu cht' K which I ( i Ii i nil as tin rnlt of tlie tip i til of hf 'on l.fi-'l A i in it'th frloi nnil t'i i iilur. nf tin 1 o: ilon .mil ilol ' I'm r i')i-pcratlnn. r.in'l'f d nnl kinilrcil t om en of which h .i a t.rcitor ecWetnl h's brcil.ilown "lth lli cici"lnn of hit mii?c-t nn. I.i: 1 II.iinilton-Tem,iI-i:i nil mil who n with hK 1 1 . la i lit tin Ninth l.inctr, in Sinfh Africa, -ill tht fi"!lli r. ji-. cnt .it tin- .1 it'iLM linl Cliiililoc. the chh si s)-i who i .i clet. in th- I'ort n;n (3. lice mil who marrinl rinicrte. (Inohtei of tuhn H I)ii of New or!.. smctnU to the title, fml .mother Antfrlcin loins the rinks of 1 i-t 1 1:''-."' . ine tttiieial or l.nni nuiie in wi 1 he pri i itc Hi- hoi 111 je hiirieil In the rit .anl lit C null do) c I",brnir 15 MOTHER OF 13 CHILDREN. De.it h of Mis. Sarah II. Ciiini of I'axion, III. m:rt r.t.if -rpeiu I'liton ill IM) 12-Tho fiinenl er- .i m-. l t. i. -- .- 1...1.1 ... .. ' this aittrnoon Sh. (.'. ,1 t .tl i.-Pi.lai ; moraine lion p-irtirarml 1. after onli tvo wnh.. illni Ir ' rum n is thi inotlit r ,,f thirte.n .hildrtn of whom elBht. ilrt ' P o SisKr of Greentleld. In. .'.- I If H Keir of t il c!t . Mr- Iim Gn- ' nan of Urn 1I11. -Mrs .Millie Doush. rtv , of Klrkctllle Mo: Mrs It t H.-.lloll of l.iilonllli 111 .1. icke. of tlil citi . Ju-eph lis. of Or., el ili"h and X . of Ofe 1 mil. O. surilie h r Her hush in I. .Ioe:ih I'rum. dl.tl 'n tils o t in 154 I.I 1 iisiii-: pitocioi:. Chlca,! I"el 1.' Lewis nis.len Proctor. fiKhteen ita-s t.Iitor of tht l:v nlm; Wis consin nnd for lwtnP-IKe tar- a ltst'tnt ot .Mill.aukti. tllttl to tl at his sistel s tins, s vi.i.m ni I'.FPl IHJCM'in u. Carrington Mo . Feb 12. "Mrs Sillie Clnlfnnt died it her home to-dn. ad (". leirs Two thildrcn strilie her Mrs 11 (J. Turrer and Mrs o M U ilkerson .llrs. (onion and George Noland of Jefferson ("It! and Hlnton Nolaiul of Indt?p ndt nc1 were s!-ter and brothers. 11.1,1 1I II. I.OM5, KUPl-nMC SPKCIAI. Manriton. Ids , Feb 12 William A I-oig jgeil 0) 5 e.ir l reI lent of this pi iee tor ninet.cn i ear-t. dl.tl here lestertlij Irom a complication of disei is iiits. coit v w Ki:roiti). r.nn m.ir spi n,i. Norrls Citi. III. IVh U -Mrs Con Wake ford, wife of H Wikfft.nl, Jr Postm ister of this citi, tlletl this aftrnoo l ,i; ix.:: iimi:i. dickisii. Duhith. Feb 1.' -Jut Ke Diniel A. Dirkln- -on d'el to-tl .i rlt his heme In this eltv :u;er an imifs i.i-tii two it?r- Jiitlsf Dlck'rson wa-one of nertiieril ittornM s for the Fnitetl fct itcs St. el (VW nioi In charge of all the mining properties of thit tori or itlon in Mini r-ota .IOH !v. ITI. nni'i i.i.ic si i t-iAi. rr-allles. Mo, 1M 12. John IC Kste-. a piomintnt .Itizm rfiding lit ir this citi. died this morning He v j0 ,J ieirs oM iiks. - i( (.ono. uriaiiMc-i'iviAi Chester. Ill, Trli 11 Mrs N itici Gordon, mother of Pr-d,!tnt A G Gordon of the Gordon Telephone Con.pani of this citi, ditd at hr liom in Perci to-dn. Tec Hei erend G. A Onnlon, p 'Pr of tne Cnipbell Hill I'ree Uiptii-t l I urch. is also one of li. r sons. . i: M IllMEI.. nn 1 1 i.icM'i.iiu. Nfi.-di. Mo Feb 12 -. P McUanlel. one of Nil id i's most irom nent loung men a Ml si candidate for tointi Clerk subject to thf action of tin I). piocratlc pirt, ditd h re to-u ii si:'ioi; in, u Kin i:vs si m:ii. Ft ink fort Kj Pel. 1- Joe Illnkhurn. Jr. 'O'l or Fnitid Stitei .-enatsr Joe C S lilickbarn. diitl to-t' n at the burnt of Colcii'l Iah I-lard II i.as about 15 )tara oltl and unm irrit tl Hie liodi will be in terred In tht fat.'te ctintttri h' rft. (.H.I,!:sIMi; UllI.llON. I.I.I I I Ll( bl'h'll I. hilem 111. Feb l. Gillespie 1! Weldon. mid clerk on the Illlno - tuthern Itillvai. j till tl lit ri lat nli,ht from pieumon'a He was a itteran ot the Cnil War, and was igeil til tars The fanili rtsidrs In Cen- tralia mil the funt ral 'lill take plaie thre to-monow I (l IS RICH PS-Ill. I iti rri'Lic si-i 1 1 m. I Mn'cout ill. 111 , Feb. 12 -Louis i: Iiuhter. j aged 51 lears i w u bj land own. r mil a , meniKr of th Count' Hoard nf Kimor- iL-or tliitl KUtilmli tl lliart fiflurt this morning iiits. c vuir.itiM: .minsoi. i.i ifni.ie-i'niu Siletn Ill.F.b 12 Mrs C.Therlne It.nn-st-i. wltlow of tht late Ciptun Thon.it It. Johnson d'ed at .in earl." h( ur this morn Pig at the hoTc ot !n.r daughter Mrs . K Roger-" l)ectncd was 77 it irs oil and was i n out ct Irelind Fi.rtril senior i I 1 tie hll to morro i morning it S o'tlock ami the bo Ij torn jed to .t Iiu's for burial at HrMtf utai, t Ciai.U-j In the 'd of lit r bust ami 11s. nwTAMIIIsun. ItKI'I IJIJf si.L, i vu San Angtlo. To... Til. li-Mrs .Mini i: Tinkirclej. on .r th mest protrintnt and (Vrli-st Si.-r', , ...'." seP.r ite SlnV'ir. ,,V urt IV) deatl f.tiriie.I irK oi ns.pct MISS I.IM.Ii: SI iim:. ItHITlII.IC .sITCIAL, Granule III . 11, I.1 -Mls Tje j,um "". ai.id 2o itars. died to-di, t.,-.,,-. ,,(,,liI"M) . Mil I.IIII. Gilienon. Ttx, Feb li At 10 '0 to-iJav Girlind II MMIer, formerli a prominent wholesale grocer and commission mer chant of this .-itj. rii.il at Hotel Grand He was born In FaeUeiille. Tenn Ilfti four ens aHo He "en id In the Confed erate anni and at tht clo-. of the Cliil War locatctl in this citi. ileing splendidly fquipped. 1 ,. sop.n becime in actiie force In the cjmmcrci il afiiiis of Gali.ston and continued as such until falling health com pelled his retirement, about Hie jears .io He lean-s a wife, four "ins anl a daugh ter. GOVERNOR DOCKERY IN CITY. Executive Visits St. Louis to Take a Short Vacation. Goiernor and Mrs Alexander M. Dockery arrlicd in St. Iuis last night from Jeffer son City anil are registered at the Planters Hotel Their ilslt tn St Irfmls, Goiernor Doykery sajs. is purely of a social nature and for a little incatlon. The chief execu tiic ami Mrs. Dockery attended the theater last night Tlth St. Louis friends. They probably v. Ill return to Jefferson City tomorrow. FOUR NEW ENTRIES IN AERIAL CONTEST Wilfoid F.inell Aiiship Would Can Two Tons Miidc-, Its Own AVeihf. HAS SIDE WHEELS AND SCREWS. -I. IL O'Donnel of ritt-lMiis, Kieh aid I.'ediesUc )f Chii'.iuo and .M. V. Ciitienden of C.uiha,'e, Yio.. All IIsim- MoileN. I'i.mi i nines were nnde hi the Worll's' Fair air-hip tonltst n-frdu In inientors fitim lE'h.iis s, ctlons nf the countri J 1 1. 0 Don.. 1 of Plttsbarg s-'il,niits his nime as i (ontt stent His maehlne is de-crllKd is .i sini e inntrii line, built on prim 'pies on tin li forden tn ai j thing h. retofore nt temptct! II mik.s the ilum that inst.ad of lin ing t.iercome dlfflri.ltles tn.ointered hv nth. r his inientlon mtlreli tllmlnates tht m T" e O Pcnu 1 airship enil'.ates the tollowlng des ,-jh .,i qn -licatloiis. I eist pos slh'e r.sit.rie ti. ilr. graduated taming capacitj . j erf. tt if. tj In iae t.f , ollapse. i.mi be tlmited at will nn aset ml md .le--iml will, p rftu . .se and gr ire. iconom) and siinpHtlti of corstn.i thm, In nothing mini is0n,e o' tom..!i,atel nl lo.(..W4 rtr. n.i sp,,j ih, j,,s i,pfcr, , ,. t. I. led rf ! I.f elsl, si;:s p.mu-,. In. ".'.'il Fane!! airship I is b-en . n . 1 hi It.iin T tttoII .,',, ,;UKeIU!"rar. I. Jr ,,f Ja-l-miill.. PI, maklng 1 tori,sP!li;'t,0,'i1- f"r 7r"er.tin the In f.. i.s 1 1, . e would thank joi for In f tmiti, i, i.tnieinliur tht airship i rize. that lie r oi'rT"V. "'"' """fr lontlitS,,, i.i.q .,;'' "le "xtli'ne we propose to .hilit wi'l be thirti teet from bow t. stem -.'.We,1.': 'pounds'" m!'k,m"- "''"'" eI'eVne;i",!,;'.,"'""11.u.i bJ three-horse poller wtdLh. ,'n in.V""l"V of c',r"'"B two tons weight in edditinn to Its own It 1 equlpred I.KU .win -citws ,st,rI1 .,nU two ildt wmels fi.rv.inl. with automatic hil inces anl rimdir It rartles an United big of k.i. the gis b.j.,,- K,nerattd l.i the sS,me .iigine wh'cl. furnishes the riTlie power. The maehir.. -i III 1, , nte r. das the Ilford I arn II airh!.. One Mini mil. Three lilens. It'ihcril i: W U lieske of Chic igo v rites thit In bis three differ.nt ideas for alr shts j.t inqulns th" Htest .'ate one tan ent. r the ( .,ntCst Mr. R. dle-ke n-ks for the mints of those v ho aie willing to atlianre t tl'Ifl "Jttliient to mike practical thlnrs of his ideas He i..- rjndl ih admits that he must h ue assisimce in cirri ing out his projects M F CrltterUen Of Cirlhnee At1 nf7nra to tlonati his pitentct! pi ins for an airship Jo niij ptiran who will Iniest enough tapl IhI tt. ptrfett the Inientlon He sa,s tint lit tlot - not siek am remunention. his null obje. t belnj to se an A merle in win the prize offered hi the i:p.jsltlon eom 1'ini The Inientor sus thit his craft can le constructed for a few thousand ilollir". It must bo b lilt of aluminum The Idei unbraces thre. principles- th- cignr-shipetl billoon tl e aero,)!ine and tlr- motor. t.iil'it Toner Is Proponed. A J lBunr..nnl of Montere. .Mexico. rui,t'ts f,.r the Worll's Fair a tower lwl feet h'gh. built from the Interior, with rinrs bnltitl ttigMhtr. the whole In four sec tions of 27) ftit. each like the mat of a ship antl each section gned from its top hy stetl wire c ibles anchored ErtO feet from the has,. Tne to;, lould be reached either l.i tl.iators inside or I cihle tars drawn up the guj ropes hi the power operating the clew ting prlrrltle. The sensition Imparted to the ilsitor on the summit of the mat would rtseinble tht swailng of a ship mast ut "en SANTOS-DUMONT MADE HAZARDOUS TRIP IN AIR. CmiKlit In n c;nle nml Sllglif Mlwliaiis I'ollon Inmleil .Snfely. frpriTM. nr cahm: to thk xn touk HCH l.l VNDTHR ST I.OI I HF.I'UHUC Morte Cirlo. Feb. 12 (Copi right. ISOi) Iletwren showers, this ifternoou M. Sintos Duinont made a fourth "sortie" from his icrodrome with his airship. At 2 o'clock, the riin hailng cised for a moment, the neronaut 'ailed awai in the direction of L. ipe Mirtin. ting precetl'd b two boats from the Prince of Momco's lacht. the Princess Alice, ami followed b a steim launch commanded by the Prince. Half-win between the aercdrome and Cape Martin, the ski bciming cloudy and the wind siiildenlv rNing. the aeromut wlee'.id about ind returtittl to the port, where the occupants of the steam launch were able to stlze the guide rope antl con dict the airship ( near the aerodrome at tventi-tlie minutes to 1 p. m The nancuiers then became lerv dif ficult Some of the suspension wires lad broken, and the Prince had h's irm bruised li the guide roje which weighs llftv kilogrammes. nnepng rapioli oier the tern of tl e steim launch It is not thought tint the Prince's injury Is serl- OLS When the ilrsl Ip was ten meters from shore ih( guide rope was nissed from the strtm laurih to a small bciit ard tnen to i nrkmin on tlu jittj Th's Is the lorgest tiip which ?antos-Dumont has ac tompllshetl with his airship, both as to tho time and uitance After the lamlin" had been ncomplishid the P. Inec r-celii-1 M Santo Dumont and the Die tl'I: o ami aT.ngid w th the aero- I unit inr.ous plans for landing mantiuers during the next excursion. The Due and Duchesse tie Rissaro ard Mil- Maili ilcRas'iio who. with the Em press HLgin'e, Iiul been watching the ti trations fro n Cai e M irtln, came to the aerolr-re to tire-int the aeromut with tl elr ftlicltatii.ns ind thote of the Fm- es Half an hour afte- tl e icronaufs return tt. the aevO'"ro"i" the Ir. 1 betam liolent a hci.i rrlitorm followed and the sta l"ame len iui;Ii PROMISES NEW DEVELOPMENTS Coulter Sins Sl.irlliii Facts Will Be Ih oiilit (int. nniM 1'i.ic si-rcnu Si Jos ph. Mo . Peb 12. C F Booher. father of Prosecuting Attornei Booher of Snaiiuh. returned from Council Bluffs to daj. where he Interrogated Majmrd Shoe m iker the mm who made a statement In connection with the Richardson cise. Booher sais Jshoemaker will be subpemed as i witness In the trial of Stewart Tife, as he gne some inside facts concerning the crime which the State tleems important. Booher said that the prosecution was beirg hand'cippcd hi per.on3 who should be Interested in bringing the guilti one to justice He ass rtetl posltiielj 'that some startling facts, not heretofore mentioned or thoaght of. would be brought out at the trill of Fife, hut declines to say what they COUNT TOLSTOI IS WEAKER. All the Members of His Family at His Hedside. Talta. Crimea. Feb 12. Count Toltol Is continually growing weaker. His temper ature Is low and his pulse aries from 1M to 102. The pneumonia is not spreading:, and the Improitment In his pulse and temperature has awakened hopes that he may rally. All the members of the Count's family r assezuoieu av jiia Diauiiuth 5f4Mj5 .$gtl Kr$??????????ir9rit??r.t om:o cm ii ii s(ii:u m: 'i iii- Odnjii i Iuh will glie a misquerade I ill at Fiaterml Hill. Bleitnth strict and Frank lin nienue, rcxt Siturdiv iieulnj- Prizes will be awarded for the most unique cos tumes. Mils. OIIIMCII OIITVIt. I)IOlt(ll Magdileni M Orbach ohtiln. tl a dlion. Jtst.rdn In Judge Taltj tourt irom Christuiiher I. Oil.ach, who she -tiUs s a minlstir in Niw Vork hhe ch irj,e.l de--ertloii. I'd III tl ( LI II CKI.illllt VTION The Forum Club celibratnl t.-!' blrtlnlis of Abraham Lincoln ind Fitd-ruk ioui,l is I i-t ni(,ht heieral adtlr.iises were male and Donor T. II. Clark reid the Gtttjs burg address. si.oo isiinn in thip.ks The silonii of Hohtrt J Reld at No 7U North Flftetnth street was enternl h thleies ips tertla morning and SJ. tltti rlars antl i tlotk wire stolen n , ntrante was f fiitetl l.i forcing ii n tb re ir door 'iniMSIKHs Mlsr MM' III.OI.X Cs Jutige isii7, nus ruled ie-ttitlij in tie Dajton Strut Pol n court In lining a ne gro coal drlier for obsiruttlng a Hn niw ii i.i'. that when the in torman notlhis .i Uumster hi must turn out ot the track I'litMiiiti: niMiti) in- 'iniii: lhe mot tl lj met ting of the ?t I.mlt rurnlturt- Hi in! of Tiadt wal be held in Assembi Ituiitn, Nu 1. t.ntn lit. r t.r tin l enturi build nt. tn-nUht 1 umh will h seried alter the has'nes is ad trinsntnl V(.i:n liociiui vi 'i m: iihs.m. Dutior J F Pi. Hot k 2. itars ..1,1. of .so 17u" (Jhlo aienue. was placid .n the i Iti Hrspltil last ni(,ht II. his bun prac ticing m. tin n In St l.ou.s- (or more than thirti i.ars m.l is uafr. rii j, irntii gin-ril ikblllti iii'AKnr i oi: imhi:mi:'i iti:iu:r Ven.o the artl-t win giie ,n enitraii mtnt it the Oil on Tus.ii ei.ning. I h ri. in J5 and t.nt.-hilf of tht protte.s wi.l l.o to the t mil les of the Itreme.i who atre LIIT, il II, th. - . i.n. ,h...,. . - , .1 . ........ ,i. ,,,, l.'lll V ll'.,liu, s,. ,, s- a tt r IIP.Mtl i: . COM IDIi'l'-.lltde A.lims In tht t'nlttd fctatis DIstilct oart itsteitln tommittitl lienr r.ians rt the bankrupt Urn or Flans Uios u. Jul on a i harge of innttmpt of couit. He refusttl to hind oi.r tertatn inoneis ii(cli to lie In his possssji n stiii:i:t cmi iiskh n u,o-i Chi tokee tar mil Into a iagon tlrnen til Hirman Harr of Nt. 52 IIoik infon! ro id. at Graiols ai.nue and Cntrokte street, un r'tling the wagon nnd throwing Harr tut into the street He was brul-ed aln ut he ten tup IM OltPOIl Ti:i The MoeUler PrPit- ing Compini tapltalizel at tlO.'M tiled irticles of Incorporation , estenlai The stotk consists of lirt shatcs. lulued at $IC0 each. Joseph F. Martin holds seinti-four s-h ires. Frank J Miner one and F. 1 Mockler tin nti-tlie i)iui:i: thiiow fiiom wvco'v Corge P ililtztr of No 32 Easton ni enue was thrown to the street hi i tolliIon ht j treen a wagon he was driiing nnd a Page aienue car. bttieen Baiard and Ejct.d j aienuft He sustained a sealp wound abo it ' ti o inches org j HOUSIIS Kll.l.llp I COMIIO V Cass aienue tar at King's hlghwai and St. , I.uls aieiue list night col'it'.tl wi h i wa; , on drlien hi John L irtwright of No Jsn Semtle aienue Both horses were ti hadli injured thei had to Le shot The drliei e- tapeu lnjuri oi jumping IIIIti:iti IMIIVTION t a meet ing cf D.ilsioi, No 3. Ancint Order cf Hibernians at Mal-ichj's Hall. Twent pmth and Clark aienue. to he he d to morrow night, there will be Inltiitlons ird tirllls the tin using Its ntw uniforms A so Iil entertainment will foiolw. accom lanleti hi the serilng of refreshments (ONtI. W IMS IM'Olttl VTIO Chltf of Police Kiilj receiied a letter jes terdn from I". Telchmann. I'nite 1 St itei. Con-ul at elnar. Germani . retjuestlug ii rormatlon concerning the whereiboats of Jnhannis ard AIojs Groll. brothers, who tame to St l.ouls In ISC. and established a business as forwarding agnts Mill C 11 GUT IN A IlirS (leorice Carr of No r232 South Jefferson aienue, emploied at a do'intovn box factory, was taken to the Cltv Hospital es;rrdii with a hidli mingled arm. which was liter am putited. While feeding press the arm was taught hi the m ichinerj and crushed be fore the engine could be stopped. At (.1ST !II.E I.OSKS HIS CO VT August Carle, deputi clerk In the probate Court lost an oitrcoat lalued at 22 and two pairs of gloies lesterdav He thinks thej were stolen The gloies wero In the jorket of the io.it. Mr. Carle left the eourt i.inm for a short time, and when he re turned tlje coat was gone SI III IlII HFSIIlIlNCn DOHGEIl A fire In the one-storv brick resilience of Jacob Schauh. No 630O Spsncer place. earl this morning damaged tne building to the etent of t(W and destroitd turnlture nlued at fcJ'i There was no one nt home when the fire started and Us cause was not tllscoitr-'d. COIIOMHI PWP.STIGVri'NG DEVT1I Milton Wellington, a negro, died at the Citi llo-pual nt i o'clock irsterd.i morn in,r. following a saloon fight Tuesday night. The ciuse of deith is sill to hue been epllcpsi. but Gtorge Coleman, a negro, with whom he quarrelm. is held a prisoner pend ing the Coroner's Inqutst. Coleman Is said to hnie knocked Wellington down, render ing him unconscious. sr.wr.K 111 1.1. line LI.KI) The Ilonril or Ilibllc lmproiements' bill to amend sec tions of the Murliip.il Code, so ns to make old ordinances rel mug to sewer construc tion antl miintennnce conform to Charter amendment, hns besn recnllid from the C.ly Council b the bo ml Ine onlj difference betwten this bill and the. ordinances In the Municipal Code was in the word "Joint dis trict." which were added bj the board. rHRllCTOHH KI.liCTEIl 4t the im- nuil meeting of the stockholder.s of the Mermcd U Jaccird Jewelry Company jes frday seien directors were elected as fol lows A s Mermod. Goodman King. C. F Mithei. D A, Jaccard. R C. Bolt. E II. Mend mil A. r. Strnsburger. the two last bt?ng new members These officers were rleited: A. S Mermod. president: Goodtmn King lice prf.s dent and secrttarj ; C. F. Mathev. treasurer. PROOF Or IIKIP.SHIP Proofs of he'hlp which were hied In Probite Court itntcrdav on behilf of Mrs. Andrew Cleg horn, of Boston. In which she claims to be the hilf sister of Marcus Blair, of 170J Washington aienue, who tiled recently sbow that had he l'icd a little longer he would lni" Inherited a fortune His father. Captiln Marcus Blair, who died a few months ago had willed him laluable lands In Camda. ST. TI1IIKSVS ptRtnn IIMOX V large rr-eting cf the different societies of St lertsi's larlsh was held in the school hill bundav afternoon to m ike nrrange nents for St. Patrick's Dij paraile. The MlsIc Committee reported th it it had se tt red the best band of music in the city. The following committee was appclnted to lock after the floats md decoration: John Gormin. James Suffern T. O Keefe. Mat thew Courtnej. J McMahon. J. Hagerti. John lllnes. William Riley. Frank Nooian The following gentlemen were ilected: M I Mulilhlll. grand mirshal: James Cor i oran. assistant grand marsh il. WARRANT ISSUED FOR ROBBERY Conductor Sollars Identified ntiss mnn as Accomplice of Conncello. A warrant rharglng burglary In the first degree was Issued jesterdiv against Wll lum Hussmm, a peddler. Hi Ing at No. 1223 North Fifteenth street. He Is charged with being Impllrated with John, alias "Short." Councelle In the robbery of Conductor John W. Sollars at Fifteenth nnd Biddle streets last Saturday night. Councelle was shot nnd killed bi Officer Smyth of the Fourth District, while making his escape. Hussman was Identified h Cond actor Sol lirs. He was robbed of SI RI and a watch. The" stolen property wi found in Coun celle's possession after he was shot. Do ou sleep comfortabl ? If not. try a new boirdlng-house. 170 of then are ad icrtised In to-da'a Republic. l.TIC MUSIC HAM, Bt'RMlD. Utlcn. N. Y.. Feb. 12. Music Hall, the property of the Maennerchor of this city, and Eernle was killed. Tho loss by lire is was burned to-day. Lieutenant John Ber nle of the Fire Department and two other firemen were caught beneath a falllnc wall m. ! Iiv the City. KiONEY JROUBLES; ! Mrs. Lonise 31. Gibson Says That Tins Fatal Disease Is Easily Cured by Ijdia E. rinkhnm's Tesctablo Coin pound. ' I)n it Mi.'. PiMiii lm : I felt very discourntjed tvro joars a;jo, I liail iuf fereil so lonsj nitH kidney troubles anil other tomplititions, ami hiil taken so much miilicinc xiitliout relief that I htan to think there ii.-.s no hope for me. Life looUetl st) jjoi il to me, hut v.hat i-. life nithout health? I v.anted to be w ell. . - v a-"i ' -IXTZA MRS. IOUli: M. GIBSON". "Iijilfa K. Iinl.hamN Vege table Compound ciind me and mado me 11 ell, and that is tvhy I gladly write i ou this, and frlaitly thank you ; six bottles was all I too't, together with '.our Pills. My headache and bickiche and kidney trouble went, n .it to return: tlie burning sensation I had left altogether: my general health was so improved I felt as young and light and hanpy as at twenty." Mks. Lot isi: (.mson. 1813 Langley Aie.. Ch!ciro. Ill $5000 forfeit if abova tritmnnfol Is nbt aenulne If i ou feel that there is anything at all ttnusual or puzHing about your tase. or if jou nishtonlidential advice of the most experienced, n rite to Mrs. l'inkhani. Linn, Mibs . and yon will bo advised free of chirge. Tjj'rtifl E. Pinkliam'sYojrctableCoiiipouiid has cur.'d and is curing thousands oi cases of fLm.-.ie trouble. THREE DISTRICTS ACCEPT CHALLENGE, Se entli. Tenth and Mounted Po lite a'arkMiien Will Meet Centralis tiaturdav. Members of the Seventh. Tenth and Mounted I'ollce districts haie accepted the challenge of Cmtral District marksmen for a reiolier match next Saturdiy at the new range. No. 13 South Sixth street, and Sacretari Dnden has been notified oJ the composition of their teams. Scleral other districts are expected to be heard from In the course of the next two di. Cantiin Creec will head the ttam from the Seienth District, while Sergeant O'Lean ai d Ofliters Burns. Hancock and Shinremm will compose tne rem lining four member- of the team. Each competing dis trict will send file men In Its team, and both the Tenth and the Mounted will select this number from a list aire itly prepared bi the Captains of the districts. Members of the Tenth District team will be chosen from Sergeant King. Sergeant Logan ard Sergeant Nolte and Officers) Spratt. Craig. Ileeies nnd M. Comer. Cap tain McNamee will probabl head the list from the Mounted District, with Officers M Gibbons. Uorden. Lee. Iluel, Thompson, and Cabanne as candidates from whom th remaining four members will be chosen. Officers Shipp. Long"! orth. Barada. Thomp son, Joplin. Itace and McCormick are the men from whom the Central District team will be selfctcd, with chances faioring tho selection of Officers J. It. bhlpp. William Longworth. Thompson, Joplin and Itace. In the seien das' shoot just concluded at the new range Secretary Walter Dry den of the Ninth District was high man with a total of 1.C.K2 points out cf a possible, score of 1.7 20 Officer Keeies was second man In the total, with a score of 1 518. whlla Uttlcer J. It. bhlpp wa3 third, with a total of lESi Other scores1 made In the -even-day shoot were M. motions. 1 514; Sprutt. l.Kfc; Barada. 1435; Itaie, 1.47S: lionlcn. 1.456; F. Thomp son. 1.4S5. Lee, 1.435: Daniel. 1.42S; WellSL 1.420; Cr-ilg. 1.428: Hasson, 1,411; Hancock. L33t; Captain Creeey. 1 SS9; R. Thompson. 1376; Shlnneman. 1,356; Kuel. 1.335; Sergeant O'Lear. US! Captain Creccy mide the. highest indii Idual score of the shoot, total ing 236 In ttn sh t" whieli stands aa thtt reconl for lndividualls to date. In the final itH' ehuot. edd lesterday. Otflcer Itteies was high man with a score of S12. Drden was second with 230 Other scores were Shipp. 224: Spratt. 222; P. Thompson. 222: Barada. SI; Hasson, 231; Metier. 20b. II mcock. 221; Captain Creeey, 222: Sergeant O'larv. 2lS; Shlnneman. 203; Bock. 204: Dinlel. 22j It Thompson. 213; M OIbb"ns1 216: Borden. 216; Ruel. 215; Le 203: Craig, 211. Race. 219. ITattlce will be continued by members of the district teams until after the district mitch next Satarday. Captain itoemer yes terd 1 notified the officers, howeier, that all membirs of the force would be welcome at the range for practice and wuald b glicn an opportunity to lmproie their per centage. The new Police Reiolier Clmj will meet to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock to draw up rules and elect a board ot direct ors. DR. MILEN. (ESTABLISHED 1ST.) 'WS mm ) SEXUAL r DISEASES I ) OF MEN. Doctor Milen Is the only specialist In sex ual disasei of men In St- Louis who treats all patients personally. Ills, experience ta mere extensile and sxul greater than any ether specialist in his line In America. !! has the largest and beii-eqiupped offices la the West, and has the lamest practice. H refers to the best banks nnd business men. He cues a legally blnaing contract to cur or refund his fee. He guarantees a (jy-c mir lasting cur In all cases of bexonl lt-l.lilt. Speciflo Illootl Pnl-nn. Strlctnre. Vnrlcorel. Wcnlt nnek. Proalnllr Trouble and all "exn-l Aliments nf Men. Continuation free. Oder Iinnrs, 8 au in. tn 8 p. nt. tlnlly nml 8 tt 12 Snntlay-. WrSIa ,f 5 cannot call, nnd descrlb 58 I IIC our troubles and receive by re turn mail, free of charse Dr. M lien's per sonal diagnosis of lour discise. Address THEODORC MILEN. M. 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