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-r;.,T";pafe S25:i S 11 '- A THE BEPUBLIC: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1902. 14 t FAIR ADVERTISING ATTRACTS CAPITAL. COL. ALEX. 0. 3R0DIE WILL BE GOVERNOR. WRITE FUR CATALOGUE, - MAILED FREE. SjiBwystKTS: If i ' !' t I, I ( ' ' S ' t r r V N ii3 JiTrS5l 5CKEAM lAUNG For a third of a century Ameri can housewives have found Dr. Price's Baking Powder invaria bly a guarantee of pure, delicious and wholesome food. Always makes the perfect biscuit, cake and btead. Price Baking Powdcr Co, Chicago. STORMS INTERFERE WITH COMMERCE OF THE NATION. KKiilshct-f' Calls Attention Sudden K.m in i'lice of Kjii, J.uttc. .ind Cheii'. New York, Teb. HI BrjO-treet" to-inor-row will -aj : lliJnfrtT leather conjitions I -nt tulrd throUkhvut a ldrti mei, uiili tie natural ?ffct uf th?. k'n.? l!l.rc.l1lil, operation1 iu 1 httmir uj, tht 1 1 unnrnt of enial nerd anJIl and f tiw i ro-Iui ts i . liui str Country produce tsrtiiu'ul czk, Imtitr iui dice !me con truil II lr upuaid ll'sht tht bIfthFL price fr tiirti. jiara Iwiis reached in the fir-a nanuvl M'e ilw t-tni-dU line- rmaned aulte fctea-1) Out JarseH ut latter ixj-ort li quln fir tvI.i, Ilit in the t Hiuru) pro tli of tetrlxuncM in luced ly tL cul'nliiitlon of the lite ri- plal jood npor.H rom from the JolIert of the West and -N.'rtrr-eii but It 'a to li noted tint Kiitem tin co-xla ileal, rs lrex tockel a lirKf 1 ut-iiKM". Umi'ed ml oi rottou uwi hy tlit unwitllnyiiets or l.r tt commit tlieni-ie frivilt en at the imHent aHanu t prfc- M i llt'ti 1 Msn ii Mronacr. dei te ih hen -j i. iciiLt:t lh facta at Lin 1 ntn em to lar .ut tr-- iT.Mteji it itl.43 bul or about lAt-t ci 0 j Id J. and tbo fe-llng U KroH.ru; that t tl.I all L nxltd if i recent conuniptlte Ue ii ar 1 c ntinues lh w ioUn xcods lml.s'.r remain acJe, d fJte tiie ftrlkf tn pom e lai.e mhlr Demand r worr... f dre? ry$s la larse plain falrlc r, t iwb it-lil ahtail Ueav oveixoatlns? ti tal iear are wet j1I alu vi ant tiiiltlpj, h e Uins iKkM sell lrnn urd uttrl are active, ty"K or a Ivancinj:. lHplte all tonMrmatbTi. pic iron p Ices tend i ju "j iw Mle of PCOr) tons ut lle lurnnce tn t ie lt lint, inlerent at ! rut tie pr.ee for t! e rd 'iu3rters -cutptit leond irartentur m imittl with ft jear jk". ute-I billet which ar il inp at ?2), or Ji obje hVel rail prl- hou a a i if v) ier cent owr laKt enr Ijc lrnn, yn the cunirarv. lis inuejfel onl !) wr i-ent nM the (flinfi: Ih that huinc b Fmallr mlllJi wilt ruecultate an advance, t-tmrtural mill ar Id alead to -eitembr. but plate mills are will p with order htrt Incbitltiif; flour, exports for th nU ?preirite 3.J3 1-5 tu . arahn Cir 41 Mi lat ek nnl s.C4 3n2 bu In thl week lat.t year. !-t jyt frrm Jul 1. 1101, to dit C trlci aa err Rate i;03IK)3 bu , a gal Ft Kl ifc't l;tft -in rn ex t mrt aRirepalP -IT M-l lm ralntt ;C7 "t5 li last week and 3.27 'M Il .last ear I'trnj July 1 ItOl, to lat. corn exir! are 2S'b.:) bu . asalnt 1231Ui7 litt eatu Jt tertor rf -trlciB tn thn Northern half f the court r ire under anov-, and colltions ere lnterfe--d with hoe ptlpiu nttv a.re lij;htl inwller than lat week rtr tht week Iot ear, Imt for the season tbej are s rr cent cmter P"In-"H fallares In tbn Lniled tale for th vrek numlte (, ax a?Kitin iv lat wek. 1 It thin wef-k lat-t jear I6S in 1j- 2S in 199 ami 1W in IV t'nnaillati rallurea number 24 n ajrainft 73 lat week and Z in this week a jfjtr asfi Oirrect XNirnm of WnliUiir Imitation Auril when unlered at ilormod JL Jac cird . society stationers Ilroadna and Ioctit, K") finest enpraed calllnp: cards and pldte.JLCO, loO card-? from our plate SI. SWINDLERS BUSY IN ENGLAND. Tnitcd Slntt's Consul Issues u I.et tcr of Warning. IxjiiJon. rcb II. TJip operation of Amer ican swindlers who are evtortlng money in n'iRl mil throURh repreentalloni resanlins fortune, awaiting their Ictim! In America lutr bi-COTic bo estenshc that Jlr Bojle, United States Consul at Liverpool, has puii IShed a letter vornins people not to he ile iclttd 1 the fctatements made bj tht"r nun. No torture compares to that of j Hheu nwtlc. Pre-eription No 31 hj Kimer Amend, quickest Telltf of all. I It. 11 AM: iiOClUTV Itlvl'OU'l 'Ue wcpW) report of the Humane Socict ot M!oiiri ! .is fo'lons: Beating or whip pine. ?: oerloTdim;. r: Url'vlni; when sailed or lame. . depilInc ol neccitary food and shelter. 7, cencr.il crueltj 6. nbandonlne rulmals to dlt. 2, warned, 51. cases report id at ofllce. 'JS: rcmedlei! without prosecu tlnM. , not substantlatid, t; not found, 2; iiufmals t iken from work 11: animals klllel boitiR unlit for further use, II; com liairti lcgjrdlng children. 1 CITr I TUMI. THH r.ojs- Rrndj-AIade Clothlm; Depart ment at t'UAWI OltD S, becond floor, is read to snpplv the bojs' wints as never befoie". and verj much to the adantaK of tho parcntH" There is only one wav to . "-ure tin msrlvcs of the truth of the abovs stHtemelit, .Hid that Is to make comparl- "3113 TAPEWORM; I t-TDrlltdallTcIn EW minute wlta htid.or no fr Ao latiiar required Sfnd 3c itanip lor Lookiat UltM Nt SMlTU.SptcIftliit,800OlWBttet.LBlMC. DUNN'S n 9I2-9I4-9I6 FRANKLIN AVE. We liae no, opened up our stoclc of Fall md U Inter Overcoats of all ktndi, and In all "lot, for IhiU) rich and poor, large and small, and at figures to xuit all. and lower than any 4jUit jlace in the cit. An Immense line to se Ijct fmm lo not fall to see them before buj Iiir clHcwhere Alo Winter uit t'oata and etn and Pant by the thousands. Monev loaned in ail fcrtlcle of alue at lowest rates of interest. mi eRNETT & CO., Qv 607 PINE STREET. X A Money to Xioan. ' C OAT PEKSO,SAl PROPERTY. m:DElI3IEII PLEDGES rtljl SVLK. Dunlneio Confldentlnl. 'TUB Pcpnblle Ik rrtnted with rol!n nwd by C . CnUTMNCJLU. No 3 3 S Third ft. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. PARISH. j 5T LOUIS REPUBLIC BU1LDINQ, VI, -I.3018. f KI.XLOCH A 673. IHIWIII ixote. BakniR powders in.ule from alum and other harsh, caustic acids are low tr in pnce.but interior in work and injurious to the stomach. UiinS Utii' S.is tlic .Itilibinj: Ti;ik in Spiiu; Goods I, of Ample Iiooi lions. Xc oik, IVb li K a Dun i Ou ' wfeKK riew of trjile tn-morrow will m lonc the tTIatnic Coat buniiie-"- x as uii porarih cluck? I b tli1 tlllln an! j-ome Interii; llnt ph) FufTctej from unf lunbK weithtr 1 ut roniumpthe demand siii u c'dfn t of alkattnent Irk s o i rihable kooHf id anccl harpl) and the whole ranee of ttaWe comniMltie- ten I el upnatd Jot bmc t.adt in Hiring llrc of wearing apiar-l U of ample pre north. n ard aii ht-aj hardware in 1 products of iron feel t'ie presntr In that inlu-tr TroFjiects are tnost cntouraRiic as to the labor viluattun Uatln r miir,, tbu fir irported for frclrur hom a ilec-a" if but Z 5 ptr cent from 1 it je: bfitirs which l fulli "xpluined bj weather jnditlors. while cmip&rcd with 1 there i an invirae vf ? s lr cent llank txcliana fo the wek nt le-dlnK cltic outld of .m Vork thovi a italu of 1 j--r cent oer la?t ear-, Willie ih- life at .Vft rk U but ; 1 i ci cnt from the total In imi uhbh is mure than at ifrtinted for b a deereaxed a(.Ult in t.ie atxk market Uhile In no meas Inllatid bejonj the po'nt warrantol i urt,nt lniiiha-!. pn-is of pis irnn ha.t nndt detut i uance. dei Itr the ippa allien 'f lemlnff inl.r. H" Mort impjits ae reported, but rotifrn market are a!-o adine Inu now that therti l Ipw prop.t of niAr Icau cornititlon rw-cau- of the unprc-Jntel licm d-Tiaul ltaiiw-ii wupplb ? nl tncturnl material are ftlll the mwt eperU ouxht of flni?lod Ftcl prcNlucts Hecurd hreakirc building Itermlt1 in J lea te the buin that wl'l be dote b structural mill Tlie preence of numerous huer In the ltoion fmwear market U not jt produced tli .le di ej olume of busliift;)! Th"re Mt-ma to he aim -t a deadijek oftin t the lndl-poItion of manufacturer, to man IelreI t,oneeions ard the unwlll'nfrnesi of purchaser, to offer full list price- The hiu market 1 weak ard dull with the iiualiU of Chicai: receipt ieterlorat!nff. IolbmiPR the ahance in print cloth, to tUc ther has been ai equhnlint Cain (n man li l,don of tho cotton good n arktt Hxportr are I bMlns for Lbj" althoi ph liolders njA rfu to accept bu'nes it the tenn tb offere earl in the moith Woolen and wont I fabrics for fall hace rettetl e uttentlor 1 ut (-ale, are still fullj up to the Merac i-tock market quotations were onl of fair sl nni price (hinges "mail until Thurda when h nere hrfak Ofiurre-I on the anuciintement tht the Attornev General woull proceed ajcalmtt the Northern iecurltlep Conrun. Ilal Illtit. of -opimerclal failure, thu far re porte.1 fo, Kebruarj aRK-irite. Js ftj? -Sl f whicli S3 4(M 6rr were ir maiafKturlnc 2.142 in tradlnp nrd 54 1 112 In other ronm rrlal Un- I'lllures frr the week number 2"' in tie in' i Ma'eP. aculnt 2S3 last eii anl ll in Canada apiiin"t CS Iat ear I'IOIlin. Knjtiy- Rnmnter Mtnnte In winter at Tampa Iia Hotel Info-n itit n at Republic Uuretu Ft. Iaoui. and South ern and Louisville and Nihllle KaUioacl HEAVY DAMAGES AWARDED. Fiunit-r I5o Gels ?.",ol)ll Uv Lt-jj; Lost in ;t t'o.tl Jliiif. RRfl 11L1C SPEflAU Macon, ilo . Teh 21 Lj" nidi r A Wad dle, a farmei bo. of Mii'dl" Turk Tonr shlp who, for three d-, tried to be i uml mil er. t.is given a verdict fur WDOO tgaif't the Kcnsas and Texas Coal Compinv thi- inotrlnjr. Wnddle v.ent to work at the con.panj's mine .it Ardntou, Macun Couu tv AugUBt C. 190") As li was loading a p't car In an entrj on the 1th, a rock fe'l from the roof, strik ing tlic (.ar and plnaimt the boy aloimidr of it to the (.round. The Injiuv wn1- t sln ku! ir one The large bone in the lower part of the lift leu nan knocked out of pHce and driven fix or fight inchts In the ground. like a peg The Kg was ampu tated ten days afterwards The simple question of cntrv timbering was the Issue. The verdict w is one of the heaviest ever rendered against a coal com panv In this spction The I'ebrnarj-ltorn Will Kind A b.authul collection of birih-montli rKn;s at Mermod i Jaccard'?, Broadwij and Lo cust, set with amethjst, meaning "content mint," $2u0 to and with dl'imonl and amethvst up to p II I itejor Catetogtrnatlfl J re. POLICE RELIEF SOUVENIRS. Will Take Place of the Annual Benefit Enterlaininent. Instead of the annual entertainment for the Police Belief Fund, the Police P.elief Association has decided this ear to issue an elaborate souvenir-book, which is to be presented to th subscribers of tho fund It has been the custom for eais for the as sociation to give .in entertainment to in crease Its fund for tho care of retired policemen and their families The association tins" ear decided upon the new pHn of the souvenir books, which was approved bv the Board of Police Com missioners The book will contain a his tory of the Police Department, embellished with half-tone portraits of all the officer1 ind numbers of the department, with Il lustrations of different public buildings and commercial institutions of the city. Seven thousand copies cf the souvenir are to be distributed. Special men have been appointed bv the Belitf Association to so licit subscriptions to the funl. Each man has bem furni-hid with a letter of intro duction from Chief Klelv. The annual en tertilnmint has been given about the 1-t of Ma. but It Is slid the "ouvenlr will not be out until sometime later. BROWN'S Bronchial Troches firm moat aatutmry rmihrt In BronohHI. Sold In Soxes only Acold Imitation. Fe-8lmUt JifjsJ sj onererj SUmunreof ! O fffm- box. Two New Finns and Four Bianeli Ilouxiw Weie Opened Here S JJecently. JANUARY TRADE WAS HEAVY. Sales of Four Leading WnMiinglou Avenue Dry (Jowls Htmses Heach Nearh Fie Mil lion Dollais. B 4 sp. ioiis's nurnT . III MMS ItmisllKrtV. Tunis that have been forrifd m St Louis or hive e"-tabllslud b' incln-s here since the latttr pirt of last otr- Thomas O Plant !-hoe Companv of Boston Branch iiou-e at Xo Slv Washington avenue Snttlev Mamifaetnriiig Companv of Springlleld 111 ill inch liouse at No J10 Him street. Havuer Distilling Companv ut Dav- s ton, O Branch house at No -it i-nuth Seventh street Wallet A Zerllnger Itubbtr Com- panv have bigun buiue,.s at IVuith and Locust streets. The Column-is Bug Companv of Co'tinbuh O Branch house at Nine- trelith and Olive stteetf. Biackvvill-Wielandj Book and tt.i- ttniiny Comp-mv has begun bus'ness at Highth and Washington avmiie. Since the latter patt of last jear four biandi houses have been loiatl in St. Louis and two ii.ipottai.t mw companies benm business The advert!--Ins donn bv the Worlds Talr lninaqcment ha- been I irgelv lespun-Ible for this Since the first of Jan'iai) gifat rctivitv ha- ihaiaclenzed the lommercul inte'sts of St 1-ouis in neailv evtr) line. Sales have bien heavy and merchants" assotii lioii" lepoit tnat this iL.1 vvill prove a Intuie1" vi ir in sale Bank clfaru t,s have been laige and n ihtions iiio-pirous During the la-i en wholesile dtv goojs houses -old JXi,WVrt worth of good, ami Kince Januaiv 1 four krdli g lshiiigton-avinue Imus hive sod iliotit 1".iW,Cm0 With tli'i b winning of .M.nch tn bujeis fioiii all ovei the ioi.nlrv and even from Cuba villi btgi l to irrive A- St Lot.!-- is mon i 'lit! a. I. Incited thin most of th lirge citiiv it i- insdercd ore of the b""st li cation- for a comirerei il enterprise CLEVELAND STrTEETRAILWAY DEAL FORMALLY ANNOUNCED. iilr n( "Ills I oiisiiliilated" l.nntlv KIItM --i lITllIrA or Kvrlttt- Mitre S iiilleiile. Clevelind, Feb .'1 Hit B inkers' Coin nilttet "f the Lveietl-Moore -judlcali to il iv issued tin1 follow in,; ofhclil ilalement eomernlng the tMle oT the "B 0' Coii-oil-dited ' jtreet railwav sjstcm of thi- cltv . 'The d-al for the Hverett-Mooie holdings ot stock in the Cleveland K'lime ltiilw.iv Compui has been praiticallv closed A sjndlcite hi'adid b) Horace B. Andrews, his contr-ict'd tor the entire holdings 'it stock ot the Kven.'t-Moo"-e svndlcito in the companv The prlie at whicli the stock will be "old is $80 pr shire The Llkin Wdenei-Doltn svrdicate. vvhlcn was nejo tlaling for the prorcrtj , fulled to m ike a proposition "-atisfactorv to th committee " The sale of the ' Big Conolldated " it is aid, will In a gieat measure relieve the sit uation, which forced the derett-Monre "v ndlcatc to seek the assistance of the B inker-' Committee. With the collateral trut pi in in full oper ation to rell'vc the telephone situation. It i believed the -vndlcate will piacticallj be in -liape to go ahe id and ton luct the nffalr of its numerous othep Intf rct as fornurlv. To t'urr Helldmclie' In lO lllnutei, Take Pnrker Head-chc Powders Thej are safe and surf All dmccists. Price 10c VISITORS AT ST. LOUIS K0TELS. V. L Cavot of Westphalia, Ka, is rcgi-teied it tlie St Nicho.as J. H Jleflee of Jackson, Jliss im rot ms at the Moser. Mr ind JIrs Barllv Cii-hing of Chi i.vo. 111 , are at the Liudell (3 D Oallov av of lrfonard, lev, Is slopping at the Bozler. Oeorge J Weber of Kunsjs cilv. Mo. -lent vesterdav at tho Planters L Li Jackson of Sin rnnusco, Cal . Is lettl-t.rei at tht Southern J 1. Pomeroj of II million, O, is a guest at the Laclede T II WhitiiHj of Jefferson Cltv. Mo. was at ihe Aloer vesterdaj. A A Lipp' of Pittsburg, l'a ha-rooms at the M Niclmlas. J II 1 l'pp'i if Cot Initio 'iinn is stoppii g at me Lindell H H Siuton ot Warn, Tex, airivid at the Hotter ve-terdaj. M. and iirs V. A. Patiiu of Oinahi. Neb. arc it the Plmtei.' Miss 31. carv of Leui-.ille, K , Is a (,i.csi it the' Southern J J l'irrell of RrunMej. ik. Is teg islered at tne licIetTe. T. J Terrnll of Liitetprlsi, 3Iias , has rot ms at the 3loser. J II Cavuunugh of Boston, 31 iss , siK'Ht jsterda at the .t Klcholis -U r. Buliv of .Montlcello, Aik, has 1 or ins at the Lindell Mr. und Mrs 3Iasscnbiirg and Mrs. 31. Robinson of Paiis Kv ate at t'.'e Bozler. Trails Wolf of PhlHdelphlo, Pa , is stop ping at the Planters George . Allen of Bocliestcr, N V , 13 leglstered at the Planter- 31r. and Air- O Bougnner of bedalla, 3Io , are at the Licledc. C. A O 1'errall of TalHs-ee, Ala , is stopping at the lloser. J. B. Warren of Laurel, 311 , was among jesterda's arrivals at the St. Nich olas 3Ir and 3Irs J. B. Simtiel of Carter- llli?. Ill , are at the Llndtll Mr. and Jlrs H. F. Clarke of Chicago, 111 , are at the Kozicr. 3Irs I 13 Hummer of Iloff. I T , is a guest at the Planters. Charle- C. Post of Denver. Colo, ai med at the Southern esteroa. 31r. and 3Irs W. Komans of Cincin nati, O . are at the Laclede. George 31ahan ot tjuincy. Ill , is regis tered at the 3Ioser. Thomas Langford of Chicugo, 111, was at the St. Nicholas jestcrdav. Prank Quarles of Mciltli.ni, 31 N-, has rctms at the Lindell Mr. and 3Irs W. K Tolej of Poplar Blurf, 31o , arc at the Planters. W. V. Adams of Indianapolis, Jnd . Is stopping at the Southern Virgil 3IcKav of Kennett, 3Io , Is a guest at the Laclede. ChaniiMffne Import In lfHtl. Of a ti lal of 319 1'Z coses Imported bv over SO brand-. G IL 31U3tal S rf.VTBA DBY aggregited Ul,) cases ni-arlv txliHHt cutis nton than anj other brand Paiticular at tention is called to the quallt ot this wine. It Is vers drj and rc-embles the famous lbS9 vintage, being more tlclleate and brcedj than the 1MB Imnien-e reserves guarantee the maintenance of quality. Trenton tins a Woman "ntrr Public. m nit iii ..n. m . i Trenton, III . Feb. ;i This dt Is one ot the few In the State hiving a oung ludy NoUrv Puhllc. JIIss Jlary Ob-rdlng rec-lved hi 'i(iiiiij.-i.jii tui- nt iv Him eiitvieil ii,'tjii her duties as a uotatj. bhe is crivate sccie tary to Walter S Louden. l'Hidt'iit Has Seletted tin Noted Kougli Hider to Succeed Uov- eiiinr Aliiijdn of Arizona. MURPHY GOING TO WASHINGTON Change in Executive Oflite Will Take IM.ite in Spruiu: His toi of Indian Figltier and Soldier. nn-i liuc spkciu Phoenix. Ail?. IMi 21 Governor X O 3Iurphv of Ail7tini i- to givii up Ins ollke and remove to Washington to take up th piact'ce of lav, and to act as . laim agent .in' Iobbvist His -ucie-sor In the letrl torial Mibernatoi lal ch ilr Is to be Colonel A!e O Brodie. who wis yeeoud In i om liiand of Hoo-evelt s Bough ltltlfis 'I lie le-Kuatlon of Governor Murphv villi llkelv go to the Pres'dent eul in the sniiiig and when the change is mit'e It v 11! i inaik tne most InleieslliiB political event in the historv tif Ailzoua. In all tie sciamblc of llotihli Kldeis for office, upon the aeiession of 3Ir. Koosevelt, Colonel Brodie whs the onlv one to le henoted with a position of anj considerable nrte And in the selection of Brodie then Is a nio-t intei e-lins slorv heretofort un told It was curremlj believed that Gov ernor Murphv's tirm v oi.ltl eNpirc duruu the pist nutunui when would have ended th-1 -ervlee of Colontl M II 31cCortl, whose plac- 3Iuiphv hid taken, when 3IcCord left the Governors office to he id a regiment In the war with I'palii 3Ir. Itoosevelt was ai"iou- to reward Co'onel BukIk foi hi niafculllceiit work -Ilh the Bough Bldtr-, and It was sus fcestrd to the Pjesident, hi ftiends of Bro die, Hi it the 1 itter be ofteietl the fcfivernor .hlp of Ailzona Tlie President readll ae iiulesced, and In the present e of several Arizona politicians, invited Br"die tu ac cept the place. Ileelilrd to irjl. Culonel Biodi. at tiisl uecllncd and then, at the eatnet solicitation of his fiiends, aeiepted "ou intend, I believe, to leivt In a few dav- for Aiizous," sild th Pie-i lent ' To morrow jou mav cotiie here ml get vour commi-sioii to take W'e.-l with jou" Twt davs later Brodie started for Ari 7ona. but with no commission The Pre-I-el'iil. on the previous daj, h-d di-cus-ed the matter with his Cabinet, and had been ad-vl-ed bi them that it was cu-tomarj, in sue I. a ca-e a- that of Governoi Murphj, tn allow the incumbent to tini-h out his fu.l frm, insttad of completing onl the term tf hi- pretf'C-'ssor 1 will do is 1 iolili-td, i oloii"!." said the Pitsitlent. laid, to Brodte and ou iin have jour commission, even though thr action bt contrarj to cu'tom " Colonel Brodl however, would not con st nt to accept the paper-, and returned to the mimi(,tmeni of hts rlzoni mlnef. to await the end of -Murphv's term, or his ies igi ation Colonel Brodie h i- a veiv intere-ting bis tort n a- graduated irom V. i-t Pont in nil'. ..nd promoted to it fc cond Lleuttn ancj In thi -anie veil He served on fron tier outv up to Ii7, when he resigned from the service In lv71, he was e-P's:iallv com mend d for gallanto in action with the Apiche-, .ti'd was recommended for Brevet bj (jeneral Croo for hi scr.lces against the a-ne tribe In the winter of 1S7J-73 When tne Spinish-Aiuencan war btgun he organ ized tne Arizona tmtta ot the Firt United fat.ites Civalr, itnmiarlv known as the Itough Hiders He organized, drilled and t tii'ipped the first -quat ron of the regiment at San Antonio. Tt . In 31av, loss, li was vouiided in the action at 1 is Guaslmas, Cuba, on Juno. il. his forearm being sh it tered bv a Mau-er bull"t. In this engage ment he v is in ctimm mtl of th" left n iric In August he vvaj made Lieutenant Co.onel ot his regiment. He was ep-clallv com mcnlttl bv Gtnerils Shafter. W heiler, loung ard Wood and Colonel Roosevelt. Worked hs I)n I.nliorer. After Brotlle left the regular armv he worked for a time as a dav laborer In the min - or Arizona His climb to the top hovvver, was rapid, and a few vears later ho was put In charge of the great Walnut (Iiove dam on the Hasajampa Itlvet, north of W ickenburg In 1S4, when the dam -ias about completed, an Immen.e Hood wu-li'd it out, causing the lo-s of eighty lives and damiglng propertj worth millions of dollai- In the valltj below Btodle's promised wife was the oI survivor of hr fiimllv, who were c imped below the tlam sh. e-caped bj climbing a steep clllf, and a few months later became 3Irs Brodie. Ill- reason, for Brodie's letlrement from the tegular armv has nevei been told, but his rc"ipnation s believed to have been caused hi -ome indl-cretlon of his then vouthful vears. Since then his private life and his career in the Spanish war have more than made up-Ior whatever his error mav have been It is said to be the thief am bition of Colonel Brodie s life that he bu iven a, commission In the armv and then I ernianently retire with III- rank The retiring Go.einor of Ailzona has been In territorial politics for ir.anv ea"ryllt hn. -orved several tTris as Governor anil as Secret"V of the Terrltorv and two terms as Delegate to Congre-s Ho is in terested in tverii mines, railroads anil newspapei- but his best work has been done In W islilntrton, wheie his sutccss his b.eii great In th- work of the third House. i.itEt.t. sjiou rini. The lirvant i Stiatton Bu-luess and Shorthand School. CM ttitj building, corm l Olive and Ninth struts, has made arrane ments with the Gie(,g Publishing Co.rpanv to teach their sjslem of shorthand and htr ifter the G'tgg .ciJ I ltm m sv-lems will loth be ti.ught In the tollege. Grrgg shorthonil is u-ed in at out JO bui-ne-- eolleses and all win te tell the si stem hjv that It I- more ea-liv leatrul than the I'ltman shorthand. All departments of the -fiioiil art open thtougli the vear without vaentlon .nil now i- the time fo- those to begin who wlh to go into bu-ines-i next fall IN FAVOR OFJINGLE STANDARD. Ctild I.elieiiii: on Doois Selet tcl b 'nte of K! to 1. 31ei ibis of tl e it. Louis Stock Kxchanse vetertlav put ihemstlve- on record as voting for the single "land trd in Ihe ratio of It) to L Pnraoovlcallv the Kold men won It vas not a politic il cue-tion winch biought out the ballot When the brokers gathered for their afternoon session a piinter vas bust painting the tirm names on eighteen new individual telepheme boxes reccntlv Installed Some one suggested that the black letters could not be easilv read A disculn arose. In the course of which there was a dlv'.shm of opinion ns to v nether the lettering should be lu silve rn gilt A vole was called for. When Chairman-Ham Br in put the ques tion It was founo thit sixteen brokers fav ored gold .mil one held out for silver, one men her of the eigh'een .being ab-ent. TKe arnounc'ment ot the result caii-ed much merriment l.ovTent I'riccfi In merion fur 'liie W nil" lies. 3Ien's Solid Gold V a tclie- K3 to Ti 3Ieii''. Gold-Filled Watcher, to .: 3Ien's Solid Sliver Watches, J'O to SCO Indies' Solid Gold Watches. JIM to WOO Ladies' Gold-Filled W atches. $r, to Hi Indies' Solid Silver Watches. Jh to 8 Bojs' and Girls' Watches. $j to J20 Ladle' Chatelaine Watches. JS t,. Sf-, 3IBU3IOD &. JACCAP.D JHWKLRY CO. On Broidii.i. cor Locust st. II i iltfor Cti aloffi" -f wil'tljrff stricken Willi I'nral) xl. HLPLIiUC bPLcIAI- 3Iottoon PI. Feb Jl Iinlf Mcs-er, a rctlttd hot"! mm and the wcalth'e-t resi dent of Coles Couiili w l- strltken "vilh paralvsls this morning and cannot recover. He wa promincnilv ideniilletl with a num ber of banks. r i lou'Il regrt it If soil fall to advertise I for a scivaut In ihe s-indav Uepubirc. All I druggi'ts take adjt for The Republic 8-Djv MNTnt CLOCKS, m Iron, Hrone, Wootl, rorcel.uu. Onyx and Marble 1'raine-. at $75, S5, S6, S7.50, $9.25, $10, $12 50, 515 and up to $335 00. l.i-Dav I'RIv.N'CH'r.r.GULATORS". m Heveled Plate (.las ncl heavtlj Gilt rriutes, at $27.50. $32, $J6, $45, $60, $75 and up to $300.00. 1-Pav BOUDOIR CLOCKS, d-tiutv and novel designs, at $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $3 00 and up to $15.00. GRXI)rATHKR HALL CLOCKS at $50, $75, $95. $110, $160, $200 and up to $750 00. IER10D & JACCARD'S, On BROADWAY, SOUTHERN TELEGRAPH EMPLOYES RELEASED lude Cldilv Killed Thai New J.eg i-Iation Is Necessaiv to t'lose lite Content. Juhn B Butler, former president of the southern Tt legraph and 3Ionev Oldir Co n pmv, and ehven operatois of th- concern were discharged in the Couit of Crin In il Correction vtsterda. Tliej were clniged with bookm ikint; in violation of the breed er.s' law. and with conducting a common gambling house. In his opinion Judge Claik deel ire- ihat the concern Is not a 1 oolroom, and there is no law to prevent itH operitinc lit savstne onlv waj to "hut It up ii to enact a ntw st-itute ag lin-t such Institutions The dismissal or these casts di-p t t of ill criminal iro-ecutioi s agah st the Soith- rn companv, trom which Colonel LM But ler and his son reccntlv withdrew Two of the cases on the docVct cstrrday were on Indictment One of them was for bookmaklng, and the oilier for conduc in? t gamine hou-o in violation of the S att law. The other case was for a violation of th cltv ordininco against common gam bling houses, and came up on apptal f-om the Da ton Street Police Court. The three cases were submitted on tlie tistimonv In the former trial for booking, and In the contempt case before Judge Bvan In the Clrctib; Couit. Juilge Clark delivered a lengthv opinion, dec' iring that the evidence did not justify a conviction under the breeders' law, be cause it was not snoi n that tile operators of tho Southern Companv had am thing to do witli the pi icing of bets, although thev teleg'aphed tne bet- to a house In Ldiilsville, K. That the object and puiposc of the breeders' law was to nronlblt tho practice1 of betting upon horse rates in this Mate." said Judge Clerk, "except under such con ditions as wtie prescribed in that enact ment is evidtnt However, it is equallv evi dent tint the Legislature In that tnactment did not cont-nip! itc a cas of the eh-uactir such as now pre suited to the court, and accordlnglv failed to cover that point bv p propri ito legislation Tht defect in the legislation Hi s in the haii'V? of the legis lature", and when called to If attention mav be applied o th it a cise cf tht present kind m iv lie Intluded in its en lctments." Judge Clark held with regard to the other cases that if there vus to be a criminal proetutlon agah st the eompnnv. il clearly inunt be brought under the breeders law, as It applied to the betting on hor.se race-, and repealed the law iga!nt tommon gaming houe in so fai as tht betting on hor-e races was toncenetl. All uf the defend irt-, therefore, were discharged. The Southern conipmy ha- not been open fo- business sirce Colon"! Butler's rl h drawal ' " r Ue sure Miuut 3 our lives. Hive thsm examined free of ch.uge b Ur Bind, expert optician, it Mi rmod Jaetard's Biojdvvav ami Iicu-t lie will tell vnu wlnther ou nrnl slas-es or int. -jteel fiaim-, 1 aid up, gold. r. antl up DEPUTY MARSHAL ROGERS. Sin i mulicd to Sudden ii.iU of J'lieiiinoiii.i. John ItOKeis, a tleputv titv in ir-hal, di-d of put mm in at th- ( Itj Iln-pU tl tf teldij morning after a brief illnts- Be wa- taken to ihe ho-pit il bv friends Tlim dav evening In in lu'conclous condition He wis IT tars old, m I lived with his wife mil mi thlld at No tCl O Fallon strict For -evenl mouths he hid not h-en In good health, but his friend- did not deem hi- cordltlon -i ilou- On the evening of Augu-t .1 PHI. he .vt- s.ablcd in the chest 111 a light with a re,st uir.int keeper in Union 31 irl.et lit neutered from t'ie wound anmrtntlv. but -Inee that time he hid alwavs oc-n more -u-eeplable .o hi- I ne1" Bugcrs was min of tilc print lp it wlti ess es for the t,e't iie in the t.wt cf 'Pad .lacs. Wi'!'"!s, Jack Ftifcit mil "Dutch Louis' Flngorlin who wert tried Iat full to- as-ault to kill Jo-eps oOnin, who was shot thrt ugh the gr.un on the night of August 21 Itoaers was on i tot adjo nlug Grar-am's at the Citv Hosplt il md w is present at the two visits of the police man with "Jack Williams ind other on the night of "he -hooting He "estllled tint Graham n'-tcoh Inl n It. Butler for Fln--lerl'n thus fiiiilshlug a strong link n 1 incerllii's alibi Roger- vi ii nnpolnted a t't rut lind-r 3Iar-h i! Scullln last April Cures the UrlnL Itnbll. The Immune Treatment remove- all de sire for drlak. and. In fact. nnks ilco'nlic stimulants of all kinds orfen'"e The lead ing huslmss men an I ministers of St lyiuis have indorsed thLs method, ami th'it letters will tie submitted to auv one nte-e-trJ Offices of the PAQUIN IMML'XI) CO'.l TAN are 117. IIS, ir -0 ami 4.1 1 mlerton Blda s, iiuls Note IhoF" v-ho write v1 ill pie te men tion The Republic. SCHROELL'S SECOND ESCAPE. Has Another l.iteiitiue in Stitet Cur Accident. Jo-eph Ptliroell a cabmm, living at No 1201 Siuth Seventh strtrt, was ti'ronn frcm his carringc In a co'li-Ion with a 3Iir!.et street car at Thirteenth and Wash str-ets vesterday n.oniin He -t.-taliied a piir fjil scalp .vountl. wh'eh was ores-'ei at tne Cltv DIspensai, and then he went hnirc The carriage was damaged about 5j' Sthfocll was knacl.i! down bv a Subu--ban ear rarl one mor.nng last v.eek while I.e v.as crossing the -treet In fropt cf No 2714 aash strs't He was eat gin u.uttr the fender antl t'.rigged tlftv fct t. lul v is scareelv Injuretl In orfer to e-ctnciti him. it was found neccssu- to lift the car up on jack screw . SI.II'PKIJ OV 1CV PVVKMI1V T tlrs. I Vlarv Moigii" rf No. 729 North rir-t street. ' Kat St louls. III. -lipped on the let In . t.om ui ."iti ec- wuve --utt-i jraim ij nmFnlnt. bte iking her left wtlst. She was atteivltd at tin CIt. WNpenstry and sent hoiii- OUR FINE OULATORS Are Clocks on which you can always rely. We guarantee them to be cor rect time-keepers. The illttstratio l shows an S day Regulator, beveled plate glas-. ftont and sides in heavily gilt irainc. strikes hours and half hours on cathedral goii height 103 inths5:; base (i nicnes; only. . $22.00 Cor. Locust St. LOSSES FROM FIRE HIGHER LAST YEAR, Iusiir.tnce Companies Paid Out JfJ,.V.i7,l.'!."i in St. Louis in lam The annual report ot the Fnderwrlters' Salvage Corps for Ml was partly completed vesterdaj. and figures on the fir" losses and insurance given out. The Insurance, losses and percentage on bulUIng and contents show that for lsoi there were 2 9s? fires and alarms? Almost of Insurance $13 tXH 012.29. Amount ot losses to companies, il OST.lVi 01 Percentage, 16 97. The preceding jear theie were 2,251 fires and alarms. $10,133 9S"3 23 insurance. 1 S5a, ij2,1 10 lo-s-s to companies and an average of IT SI Of th 2,'it) alarms In 1S01 sev entv -six were fil'p 'Iheie were 1,417 box alarms, 772 still alarms. V. second alarms. 27 third alarms, 8 general alarms. Fires for which no alarms were given were 73 Of the aggregate loses of J2.397.lij.0L the grade of losses shows U 621,833 79 to have been on thirteen fires of from J50.01O to J150 -000 each There were 72T. fue- under $100, 2s3 under $l.licv. 10 betveen JU.uGo and $20,000, 3 b-twe-n $2-1.0011 and $J0O00. .1 between $30 0iXI antl $-t0Oui ind 1 between $40,000 and $30,000. Tires for which alarms were given: Insur ance on buildings', $7,392 4S7 21: Insurance on contents, $3,002 39 39: totnl insurance. $13. 193046 63 lo-,ss 0n buildings. $7S6."41 30. Lo-tes en contents. i 74 9S2 91. Total los-es. $2 571 B24 41 Tires for which no alarms were given: In surance on buildings $1,617,133 C6, insurance on content', J!"1 tlO Total lnjranee. $2,108 ;i63 66 Ist-s on buildings, 1S,13L37, losses; on contents. $2,47? tC Total losses, $23,610 W. H0CH ADMITTED HIS GUILT. Wanted .Justice Tfapp to Sentence Him lor Forgery. illlam 12 Hoch and John C Parmer ap- pearetl before Justice Bapp at Wellston jesterdav to anirwer charges of forgerv In tho third degree. Parmer was discharged and Hoch was held to the Grand Jury In the sum of $jt ,. Hoch wanted Justice Tlapp to sentence him to prison at once. He declared he was gulltv of the charge against him and wanted to begin immediately to pay the ptnaltv. The Justice explained to him that he had no right to sentence him and sent him to tlie dav ton jail In default of ball. It was ell irged that Parmer and Hoch passed u forged check purporting1 to be t-igntd bj the Southern Paving and Con Htiuctlon Companv for $t7.71 on Joseph Biussel n saloonkeeper on the Olive Street road The evidence aga!nt Parmer vras not considered sufficient bj the Justice to hold him FIREMAN INHALED FLAMES. l'.itiiik Naughfon Serion-dy IJurned at Has Furnace. Patrick Xaughion. a fireman, emp'oed at tne Iaiclede irashouse, at Second and Convent streets, was severely burned while ittendlug one of the furnaces vestirdav afternoon A volume of ilame "hot out ot the furnace door when he opened it to OEI Ideal Telephone Service Residence Rates' Direct Line, $3.00 Per Month. Three Cents Per Messttf-. INCOMING MESSAGES FREE. Metallic Circuit. Bell Telephone Co. OF MISSOURI. 2050- MAIN- 3786 pium K! 53 , , t , .... ij-r.nv iiuui-. x-uanive ana permanent CURE pffeeted in four to eight davs After treatment the thought of whisky-becomes repul sivc. the scent of it n luseating. and the drinking and reminlmr oT It absolutely Impossible. Estnh'1-hed in 1670. Perfect sjsten? of HOMBKatment without p .in or detention from business Best of both professional Tnd landorrernVnt. Address. dr. B c. THOMPSON, 610 Holland Building; SLlSuls. TnE 3iOS LOCUST ST., St- Lotlls. T!m only Follu Cure far Llqnor JrUklns. Morphine sad other or. eollc Umc TJ.Idc. Vi-nnnthnU, Tobacco and Clsarette addletlana. .,rt ennzamonnvm coistxTi-nos coxnDMTUu Urtr XJ3F.. J. Ml. HTjAISTXX, Zly.loln mnX OdCn-. n m- .. . -r-i jo "" irnjim -ir a-yrro mmn icnn'ti'rii. i lM7' ism Js..Tr trrphmt. UPTURE H's.ot tthat You Earn It's What Ion Sacc. Our prices will enable you to make a big saving in your expenditure for clothing. Men'sSuits Broken lots, sizes from 32 to lO.cut from Slo.oO and ?15 to $10.00 Handsome Cassimeres Cheviots, .finely tailored perfect fitting, cut to $15.00 and and Men's Trousers. Stylish designs in hair-line Cassimeres marked at the very low price, $3.00 Fine faucy and striped wor steds, 1,000 pairs to select from, $3.50 These are exceptional values. Come early and get first choice. Big reductions in Men's, Boys'and Children's Overcoats Browning, King & Co., BroMdway and Pine Street. Babies Thrive 0a Kneipp Halt ; Coffee It in an appetizing-, delicion beverage, a food also, and while it has the agreeable odor of cof fee it Has No Harmful Effects Health i ruined by the use ot,; coffee it is especially hurtful to children yet thousands If of young- children are feed on bread and coffee. " Feed them Kneipp Malt Coffee, and preserve their health. Vour grocer has it or will g-et it. Fol low directions, arm Don it stir the fire, burning him about the hands and face. He Inhaled some of the flame and eases Into his lungs, causing serious Injury. Hs was taken to the St. 3Iary"s Intlnnaxy. where his condition was pronounced qulta serious. Xaughton's home is at No. 221J Hickory street. You'll reeret It If vou fall to advertisa for a tenant in The Sunday Republic, All druggists take aijs. for Tho Republic. Duplex Line, $2.00 Per Month. Three Cents Per Message. Long Distance Equipment. I - ?'-'fB M-t GUV ND WHISKY HABITS CUBED. tV2. SfilS of drunkenness thoroughly sobered In Ave 'hours. Irresistible cravlna; for whisky or opium stooped In fifteen to .. - . - . .... .. ,- Quickly and I I D IT l" Permanently W UlVCiU .Sv2.c?r"'1. durlar th lift ten lears o; St. Uiulsans. J.O PAT cTNTri CUHBDL o Palsj: Ko. Cnttlntr- Taclaso 2a rrBu,e. W.iLEWl ,,i 4 WsiUa5tos Ave., SC. la. , ivi j ,,- s-'.-t. .'"-''-,; --.-.v-WfiS? armf4&S r;ffe?4i y-y-g'i "a. a '..feA.-se,'i--. ;.'Jfe f-SSroi-'it&rir "jSJ"1--ryVVw 'jeTllrVyG'