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,p.rrjipjEL3PjiT3Lr-xo. . .nuxtaccrx-i hti THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MARCH 25, 1D02. FRANCE RAISES GASH FOR VISIT TO CZAR. In St. LouU when Mr. Saupraln was born 1 PATRICK'S LAWYER DEMANDS ACQUITTAL -rssrr: rs? n 2 te doc. for sel' ' Jjrl 3h L' nssfl Impairment of hearing robs one of many of tho Joys of Ufa, expr ses to danger, lnter leres with capacity for usefulness, limits ntlllty to transact business and earn a liv ing. Many annually abandon their plans, ambitions and hope3 on account of loss of Waring. In nearly every case of partial or complete deafness there Is another feature that to many Is more troublesome than tho diffi culty of hearing the distracting head noises. These make such an Impression on borne as to almost drive them Insane. The everlasting buzzing, ringing, snapping.rum ble or roar distracts them by day and pre ents rest at night. Nine cases out of ten of head noises and progressive hardness of hearing are due to catarrh of the middle ear. or of the tuba leading from it to the throat. It should be understood and constantly borne in mind that to restore the hearing and silence the distracting noises a treat ment Is required that will allay Inflamma tion In the Eustachian tubes; reduce the con gestion and swelling and stop the secretion of mucus so that the tubes will be and keep open for the free passage of air Into the middle ear. No locally applied medicine will effectually do this; only a searching constitutional alterative and resolvent wJl cure catarrh in the deep recesses of the head. Two acquaintances of the writer were run down and killed by the cars In one year. Both had catarrh of the head, which had extended up the Eustachian tubes, leading from the throat to the middle ear, and wern qoite hard of hearing. In both cases the Coroner's jury decided that they cam SPRING SEASON AT ONION MARKET, Stalls Stocked With Choice Edi bles Sassafras Root for Ton ics in Demand. The opening of spring is in no place mora MMtln.atit. than . TTnfnn XfarlA. '1 4, a stalls are filled to their capacity with choice edibles. While there is not much change In the prices, the dealers report a better Quality of stock, especially In vegetables, nearly aU of which now on sale is horns grown. Sassafras root for the brewing of spring tonics is in demand. Summer squash are arriving and meet ready sale. They retail three for 25 cents. New potatoes are more plentiful and cheaper. Strawberries are still plentiful and of unusually good quality. The call for eggs is fco heavy, owing to the Caster demand, that they are becoming scarce; the price. however. Is unchanged. This will be the lust week for turkeys. Dlontlful. Other uoultrv Is The following prices were quoted at the dinerent stalls yesterday: VEGETABLES. Potatoes, new, per quart..... Potatoes. Northern, per peck. Potatoes. Colorado, per peck. .15 JO .3 .OS IS .10 .OS .S3 .IS .19 .10 .15 .25 .IS . .M .10 .19 . .10 .19 .10 .IS . Southern. iDlnacta. bum DCA....... Tlhubard. buncli ....... lt) I'etticus. Quart ........................ epnnjc onions, d-juch ... bplnach, per pecic i'elerr. four buncbea for. JO Cabbage, bead .OS Radishes, per buncli.................. .(6 Beans, per quart..... Tomatoes, four for Artichokes. Quart Sweet potatoes, per peck. 40 Carrots, per peck. -fcKC plants, each Asparagus, bunch btrtng beans, quart................... Beets, per bunch...................... Xettucd .... .w fapanlsh onions .05 Ttnttihaaras- tier neck.. ........ . s Mushrooms, per lb .3Q Q .?: 5 vranDerriea, per quan... ...... ........ 'Watercress, per bunch parsley, two bunches for. Turnips, per peck Soup bunches, each..... ....'...... Cauliflower .......... ............... .10 Cucumbers, each .10 Onions, peck ............. Bummer squash. 3 for... Or Ben cease- Deck ............ 19 .OS .OS -2S .03 .n .29 .a .Dwarf celery, bunch Oyster plant, per bunch. ............. Wax beans, quart FRUITS. Strawberries, quart Apples, per peck Cooking apples, per peck. ...... florid oranges. Cox.. .. California pears, per basket. Lemons, per Cos. .......... Bananas, per do Pineapples, each.......... ........... Grape fruit, each .......... Malaga grapes, per lb........ Tangerines, a for BUTTER. EGGS, ETC Eggs, Southern Fresh country ergs, dos boutnern eggs, aoz...... ZUcln creamery butter, per lb. Roil butter, per lb., Honey. Cream c er id.... Cream cheese, per lb.. Skim cheese, per lb.. BEEF. Snare ribs of beet, per lb..., Prime roast beer, per lb... Cbuck roast beef, per lb..... Soup meat, per tb , sirioin areas, per id. ...... PortCThoua, steak, per lb, Corn beet. rump, per lb.. Round steak, per lb...... Flank, per Uu..-.... , .10 O .13 .19 Q .IS -li .25 Q .23 .so a .& js 0 . -2S & .50 .25 J . .IS .20 O . .IS .19 .15 :S 2 ,11 9 .20 JO .13 1ft ... ... .A Jt .A7 .. .OS .03 1-C atf .29 .10 .1114 ... .10 STIMULATIVE REMEDIES WBEST REFERENCE -T li Ilf si I Air NTrll HIT fYi.aooomplHhd all that I set forth la mr anaouaae- lHll aWUSliXtMJLV UL nmaatm- net be dtctlred aad t experimented f-TM' 1,laon frnnner. bat commit m without cost. I - IsNTlI riiDFn UNTIL CURED . w-4 KATHAtuti. itmrt.M I Cure Stricture Without tbe Knife or Bougie. I Cure Contagious Blood Poison, Never to Return. I Cure Loss of Manly Vizor, No Stimulant, but Permanent. I Cure Varicocele Without Operation and No Loss of Time. CONSULT DR. KINO FttBB MPORB PLACtNQ YOUR CASH BLeWWHBRa YAMCQCElt?-Sn?K$. - tussat klnd are drtren, tram the dilated " tax, evwestses yy siiisj j man km rants tlM ffiu. fUajMr 9t yrftwt ead llilrt the sKrletar enearletely. rtmore Ttry cbttrocUea from tat urtoary toflasaoatloB, stne every tm- natural dlaabarg. rednott tat laaa. wsto nianrtai Deals tb ldnera. Isrmratea the ataroal restores atalta M ev i every Son el tbe LOSS OF MAULT VJ60R- far Wrm nn Tne oat Swn syettso, seatste sas imigfts tfit rH'lrilrtSVril: oa.rtatBrts to soetl sc KUBt nono "Ttets for Jtmf WIU 1 1 a. so. t p. : sasoys, I O. DB. NATHANIEL K. MUUMef sad Mrat- I to their death because of Inability to hear and heed signals that were Intended for them. What happened to them Is of fre quent occurrence, and In throo cases out of four might have been prevented by tho use of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. These tab lets cure all kinds of catarrh. They can be bought at any drug store for 0 cents a box. That Stuart's Catarrh Tablets do effectu ally cure catarrh of the Eustachian tubes and the head noises and deafness resulting therefrom Is attested by the following: Mrs. James Barlow, the famous modiste, sas: "I finally had to give up personal at tention to my customers, and In conse quence many of them went elsewhere. I was In despair, for specialists seemed pow erless to help me. Stuart's Catarrh Taolets cured me In lust a little while so complete ly that now I hear as well as ever." Army Surgeon C. S. Beverly became deaf from catarrh that he was forced to resign his position and abandon his pro fession. He says: "Of course, my Inherent professional prejudice was hard to over come, but knowing the great benefit ou had received, my dear General, through the use of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. I used them. The great and almost Immediate re lief I experienced was truly astonishing. I om now entirely cured and have no fear of the disease returning. I go back to my old post next month.' Stuart's Catarrh Tablets have done It. do An tt. will do it. Trv them and be con vinced. They are for sale at any drug store at 60 cents a box. It will put you to very little trouble or expense to prove what they will do for you. Send to F. A. Stuart Co.. Marshall. Mich., for their free book about catarrh- A postal card wUl bring it. Write to-day. Plate, per lb.......... .... .W Freh beef toneuea, per lb...... .10 tT .l-i Pickled beet tongue, per lb - .12 Smoked beef tongues, per lb .. .IS LAMB. Spring Iamb. pr quarter. .... 1.0) r2.50 Hlndocarters of lamb, per lb....... .lZ'i'J .15 Pbrequarters mutton, per lb ... .10 Lamb chops, per lb ...... -12H3 -15 SHEEP. Hindquarters mutton, per lb...-.. .1) Q Forequartera mutton, per lb EagUih mutton chops, per lb...... .UH9 CALVES. Leg- or loin of veal, per lb .i:43 Breast or shoulder of veal, per lb... .14 M Veal chops, per lb .12 Veal cutlets, cer lb .14 .10 IS .IS .V4 .is . .10 Calves' brains, per set PORK. ........ .CS Q 1 R.1. nr.V n.f 1H .13 .IS Fresh pork and bacon, per lb 14 Q Ham, per lb 124 .14 Pork shoulder ........................ .(9 & -li pork chops .10 ? -1?H Pork fenderlc!n rver lb . .". I Pig tails .10 iMCUU .......... ...................... .U .1 Pork tenderloin, per lb ,M Lard, per lb .ItH POULTRY AM) GAME. Spring chickens, each .W O .W Capons, per lb..... ..-... .is Turkey, per lb .15 Broilers .1; Ren ....................... ............. .13 .14 Ducks, per lb ... .15 Gees, cer lb... .. .13 sQuabs, each ......... .la Squirrel, each .13 Frog, par dox B.25 to 2.O1 Rabbits, each .10 1 5.rnpe.tact. ... Mallards, each .- " ITed. eacn .......................... Sprit. sch .23 FISH AKD SEA FOOD. Lobsters, per lb.... ..... Oyster, per Quart. ..... Stnelta. per Id. ......... Eea trout, per lb Freeh codsah, per lb.... Haddock, per lb Blueflsh. per lb.... California salmon, par lb....... Freah mackerel, each Red snapper, per lb Spanish mackerel, ser lb...... Frozen flab, per lb .S3 iS .2) .-V 12H .12 .12 .13 .13 ir4 .10 NEW COUNTY COMMITTEE MET. D. H. Shields. Chairman Dates for Marion County Primaries Fixed. REPUBLIC BPECIALu Palmyra, Mo., March 2t The newly elect ed Democratic Central Committee of Mar lon County met In this city this afternoon end organized by the eltotion of Judre IX H. Shields of Hannibal, chairman :i. H. Sosey of Palmyra secretary, and C. C. Dud ley, of Vrithersville. treasurer. The com mittee Is composed aa follows: John Coontz, Charles Ledford. J. W. Plowman, J. L Schnltzer. D. H. Shields, R. H. Settle C. J. Murphy, James McCann. B. P. Brown, Josh Brasheara, W. C. Rouse, T. J. Cous ins. J. W. Felder, W. Z. Lluck. C. C. Dud ley, Dr. F. W. Bush. Richard Cummlngs. P. H. Sosey, W. P. Howell. J. W. Carr, S. T. Cearfoss, K. R. Lear, John T. Ftaster, James Clark. Jake Wolf, J. R. Scott. Thomas A. Taylor. J. T. Hansbrough. S. J. Johnson, T. P. Poacue, Charles Lawaon, J. W. Scott. The date for the primary cf the election of a county ticket was set for Saturday, May 2S. the same date aa the congressional primary. It was ordered that the names of the candidates for United States Senator be placed on the tickets. The selection of a date for a county convention to select dele gates to the 8tate Conventions was deferred unui we next meeting 01 tae committee. Convicted of Robbery. Guthrie, Ok., March It On the testimony of Harley L. Gephart of Muncle. Ind., Hai en Williams and James Burns were con victed at Potaau, I. T.. of robbing Qephart and sentenced to five year each in a Fed eral prison. . AND QUICK CURES or adTartlaea by many onrellakte physicians, medical IruUtutea. companies sod cure-all oon ceros. Does tha aaaertr ever nails the unpot Mblllty of curing a disease which has beta ex isting for many dentin, gr even yean, in a wnx or Tvn m monuzT xfi uus la waat IS Claimed by tbi a bt ammm .mpgaun. ivsax ana tlmntk. tire remedies or "eulok euns"T Thv ar am. lies nmedln or appliance to exalte er stimulate. Kothlnc eaa be expected or these so-called "amok cur" ana exdtlve remeslee. bat for the salient to fan back wbere he was wben be begin the it ,ve the sotlaat Q even a worse coalition than Boioni ajauM us aeon or tnatmeou dlse iiaeir is euu mama meats progress it the sufferer really wanu is I net a "quick curt" er etlmula but a can that U lasting. I permanent tan: nva rtmedlee. Mptdallr toUolt thott alscenraged soffaran who hart experimented with the to-called "carts, . Bui to-day oat tnamsetvta In a wont eend uon than they wen when thty ttgaa the treatroeBt. Mr professional tarter In the treatment cf dis eases peculiar to men it tvioenct tuat I bar nothing anrtatocaslt. If your disease is Uururabla I w ; will ttll you te ea fust it ccatultatli hold eat la lSr t"7 '.G0NTA6I0US ILOOi POISOM-y? - treatment otntslns a dasiroa Arun or In- t tut aWl,tOBI ffa UsTsl xifjxatty UC and nm very parUelt of tpurilry. tit kloed, tb Usma. the Utah, eh tnea anj tht whole inM rm imem an extant, sunaed ana rertored ts perfect health tad the saUeat prepared anew yttem an eitonttd. surUed aid ventci neaiuk aao utt smuau Ut tb louts aai iliaaurtt c urt. CHROMIC DISOnOEnS-v.?" rrtetrosioa. rnoatural Dltcharres. Bdttlca. JUituinatlam. Roptnr. Pile. Kidney. BUd Atr er Urinary etmplalnts Should consult m et toe. No eat aboula be tbeogbt incurable uaSTThar lltgnnttt U aadrrtn STtii pert eBtalsa. ROME TBEATHERTrsn. at re cannot tan ai minH? Jffi"2 JS mnoptna rally ood I win mall m a eota- C?it Jlf wJ5 rmtom Wanks. I sax as chorfc for airtot er eUagaosias; year easti RenerStt sr eared symTlSprlTta tBtthea of botat tratmnt be (eat la plain wracctr uboo raoneat. m. to p. ta. CONSULTATION JTaga KING.a for. Km Ml airtft Mt. . filsti-Beatfrat Me. btruM SSt fist, 8tlMii,lt. Socialist Then Demands That An other $100,000 Be Given to Poor Persona. LOUD PROTESTS ARE EVOKED. In a Letter to M. Loubet the Rus sian Emperor Expresses Warm est Feelings for His Coun try's Ally. Farts. March !t The Chamber of Depu ties to-day, by a vote of 469 to H. adopted a bill providing a credit of SM.OM francs to defray the expenses of President Loubet'a visit to Russia. The Senate also adopted the credit unanimously. The Foreign Minister. M. Delcasse. Intro duced the bill In the Chamber of Deputies and amid repeated and hearty applause, read the preamble. In which appears the fol lowing extract from the letter of Invitation tent by Czar Nicolas to M. Loubet: "Under the sweet and deep Impression of our never-to-be-forgotten fctay In France last j ear. the Empress and I llko to hope that the highly esteemed President of the Republic will shortly procure us the real pleasure of seeing him again by coming to stay a lew auys with us. It will bo pleas. ' ant to you. I think, to receive in person on this occasion the unanimous testimony of tho warm and sincere sentiments unitlnjr Russia to friendly and allied France." After the credit had been voted, a Social ist proposition was submitted, asking for a sum of money to aid persons out of nork. M. Bouverl. Socialist, In supporting tha proposal said: The Chamber has just voted 5OJ.O00 franca to allow the President to visit the Czar. It Is our duty to ask for an equal sum for the relief of peoplo who are out of work. President Loubet Is paid well enough." This remark evoked, loud protests. St. Bouverl'a request for an immediate discus sion of his motion was then rejected by HI to 1S6 votes. MEETINGS OF MINISTERS. Christian Ministers Talk of Reli gious Journals. The Southern Methodist ministers met In the assembly-room of Centenary Church and the address of the occasion was deliv ered by the Reverend Mr. Boggess of Fer guson Church. It was for the moet part a discussion of the question of sanotllica- uon. in ft men the position of Wesley ana that of Doctor Hoss. Bishop Qranbury and Doctor Sludge were explained. , In the reports of churches, the Reverend Mr. Burton of Marvin stated that a series I of revival meetings would beg.n at his church next Sunday. The Reverend Sir. Tiller of Cabanne said his Sunday audi ences were the largest since his coming and that a young ladlea" missionary society nau oeen organizea. ine Keverena 4ir. Stephan of Mount Auburn reported that Presiding Elder McSIurray preached at his church Sunday morn.ng and that he was taken for a "Bishop." The Reverend Mr. Haw announced the laying of the corner stone of the new St. Paul Church next Thursday at 4 p. m. The Reverend Sir. Up ton of Cureka. Mo., was present and re ported concerning his work. Professor Bruce, president of St. Charles College, stated that 0.003 bad been appropriated for Improvements during the summer and that he had been re-elected to his position. Two little daughters of the Reverend Sir. Bur ton sang a duet. "I'll Be a Sunbeam." which seemed to be greatly appreciated. The Christian mln'sters were favored with a paper on "Religious Journals from Standpoint?' by the Rev- !. pastor of Central Churcn. ha .n.Hin. .,. k Aif4ntt tne treacHers erend Mr. Cree. Mr. Cree took the position that the religious press should sustain a similar relation to the publlo aa the pulpit, and should have for their object the welfare of the kingdom of Christ. He said they should not tenore fhe views of the pulpit, but should seek to supplement his word In every possible way. That It should emphasize the "gospel of agreements." Speaking of the "make-up" or the religious perlod.cal. Mr. Cree said he was not much in harmony with "lUustra tlons" and said these occupied too much valuable space.'! He said It should have de partments," but he decried "advertise ments." Said Its principle mlsi'on was to give "food" for both pulpit and pew. He Insisted that It should advocate the return to "apostollo principles and spirit" and ought to pen a department tor "methods of church work. The paper was heartily in dorsed by the Reverend Mr. Hoffman and others. At the Presbyterian Ministers Associa tion, the Reverend Joseph Gauss read a paper on "The Church Depreciated." The writer said In substance thut there was a perceptible decline, due In part to laxnes in presentation of the truth and In the lax methods which obtained as to admission of church members. His position was In dorsed by Doctors Wolff. MagUI and Wal ker, but Doctor Ferguson took the position that laxness In the conduct of church mem bers was not due to want for carefulness in their reception, but to th- subtle Influence of "the flood of worldllness" which was reeeplng over the church. The Reverend Charles Stelzle. pastor of Markham Memorial Preabvterlan Church, read the paper before the Baptist ministers yesterday. His theme was "The Institu tional Church." viewed specially from tho standpoint of mission wora in et. liouis. VT-7 -.-ii oiii-Trt frih . l-r-. nnmhAr of QuestYonsV largely for the purpose of gain- ing speclle liformatlon not touchwl upon i in thT rwner The Reverend Doctor Colby 1 CHOSE FEDERAL GRAND JURORS ' Marshal Bohle BnmmonB Venire j for March Term. j The following persons have bean rum. ; moned by United States Marshal Louis C , Bomw to appear in tn uxuieu orates vir cult Court on Tuesday next to serve as petit Jurors for the March term of the Fed eral Court: W. A. Young. Piedmont; Wil liam Carter-Balem: George Lampher. Fred ericktown; W. J. Davis. Maiden; John A. Barber. Bikes ton; M. F. Harrington. De Soto; A. E. Robyn. Hermann; Thomas D. Ferguson, Poplar Bluff; J. W. Wise. Wln fleld; Robert 8. McCall. Montgomery Cltyi Louis F. Booth. Webster: Wilson Halev. Steelvniej John Schwab, Ironton; George H. Crumb. Bloomfleld; J. T. Hayden. St. Paul; T. L. Collier. Salem; W. H. Meyer, BL Charles; P. w. Whltworth. Ironton: Her man Hackman, Creve Coeur; Peter Kerth. Mehlvtlle: Robert E. flllev. William H. Thomson, B. A. Downey. J. Bauman, M. R. uoums, juwaros wtiitaker, Liuther H. Conn. V. H. Hughes. George Wright. Pow ell Jackson. Samuel May. Eugene 3. Aba die. August Mler. J. C. Van Blarcom, Wil liam a Eamas and H. H. Clark of the city of St. Louts. IRISH DELEGATES ARE COMING. Bedmond and Devlin to Spenk in St Louis April li. John T. Leahy, viae president of the local branch ot the United Irish League, is in receipt of a letter from John F. Flnerty. national president, stating that William T. Redmond and Joseph Devlin, the envoys of taW a T"e tVl1! a srMM.Hat. a - a . Z uib jbrumiu v.uuttaum to tne unttea States. Will be In St. Loula nn InHl 11 r,.- will address a meeting here on the evening George J. Tansev. nrMTit nf th vra. chants Exchange, has consented to preside " "jmis. ju yet it nas no Deen ae clded In what hall the meeting will be held. An effort may be made to secure the Muslo Hsll for the occasion. A meeting of the local branch will be held to-morrow evenln Si V TS Men's Institute. No. 381S Page boulevard, ot which arrangements for the entertainment of the Irish patriots will be completes. Celebrated HU Slaety-Slxtb Birthday. HErOBUC BPECTXI Sedalla, Ho., March 24. Frederick Sau- grsln. native of St. Louis, and who 1 related to some of tho best tamUlea In that , city, celebrated .hu ninety-sixth birthday JMm, Major John W. WaddeU, otTast roadwsy. Xhera war less than. tWhoase. ana ne uvea tftir all nia lire up to n luw yuirs aso. when he came to Sedalla. He Is enjoyins the best of health, was never sick a day in his life and to-day n ears so signs of extreme old age. BAND C0NCEBT AND DANCE. St. Louis Letter Carriers' Minstrel Company Will Assist The St. Louis Letter Carriers' Band wiU give their annual concert and dance Sat urday evening. April 6. at West St. Louis Llederkranx Hall. No. 3W0 Easton ave nue. The concert will be preceded by a minstrel show. Introducing to the public for the flrst time, the Carriers' Minstrel Company. The following carriers will arpear: A. J. Morrls sey, H. Harrjman. Joseph L. Cassidy, SI. A. Burke. H. S. Hellls. George Runder. Louis Breen. John H Heibert. George Strltzel. John II. Schooler, r. C. Buckley.. William wull. B. W. liigol. R. J. Baldwin. A. F. Brlnkhau.-. A. SI McIIuku anj Gu Docter. Tho proceeds or the minstrel how will bo devoted to paying the expanses of tho band to Denver, where it will go September 1. as the offilclal band of the National As sociation of Letter Carriers' Convention. HENRY HITCHCOCK'S WILL Estate Goes to Widow, With Son, George, as Executor. The will of Henry Hitchccck. was filed for probate yesterday. It Is brief. The testator left his estate to his widow, Slary C. Hitchcock. He enjoins his sons, Henry Hitchcock, Jr., and George C. Hitchcock, to exercise a tender care for their mother. He named hLs son George as executor. SMOKE INSPECTOR TO . BEGIN PROSECUTIONS Complaints to Be Filed This Week After the Second Inspection of Belchers. Charles H. Jones, Smoke Inspector, said yesterday that In all probability he would take photographs of smoke belchers and Institute prosecutions against violators of the smcke irul..ui e ltn uet'k. On the lTtb of Slarch Sir. Jones made a similar statement: that this action would be taken a few days after that date. When asked the reason for the postponement, the Inspector said that be bad been advised to wait because the evidence. If taken before the amendments to the city law went Into effect, might bo thrown out of court upon technical grounds. These amendments bo came operalUo last Saturday. Sir. Jont.& was asKtd it it 11..U been neces sary to wait for this city law, when tho State law was available, and may yet bo utilized In bringing cases against smoko violators. He stated that he had not been cure of tho standing of his department, le gally, and therelore deferred action. Officers of the Citizens' Smoke Abate ment Association eay that the State law might have been invoked by the city au thorities at any time since last October, when the inspection of plants In 8t Louis began, 'the ugai s.utui 01 iim muuke ue partment of the city. It is said, would not have affected prosecutions; for the reason that any citizen, even hu private capaci ty, could haie sworn out a n arrant in the Court of Criminal Correction. Thirty-day notices to smoke-law violators to Install devices began expiring In January, but up to date co prosecutions have been Insti tuted. About two weeks ago Inspector Jones an nounced that he would call upon engineers who had installed devices, and were using them successfully to give evidence of the PracUcabUity of abating smoke without de- lay. This evidence has not been takea . Tn Inspector explains this pobtponement ,w,h tne ""' ' be M.ulr in r t r- ' mm tn tftkinp nhntnCTnnhu.tht nn tH. idealities the testimony might not have held good until after the amended city law "I am now prepared to call upon engi neers for evidence to show how smoke can be abated." said Mr. Jones, "but until I am ready to swear out a warrant it Is tinnti- air l u.. ? & -. "After all, the warrants may be drawn till' t. u t . o .i t :reci.on. tinder the State law?" the Inspector was Cblced. "Yes. that Is possible." ha replied. "I can't tell until I have looked further into all the details." The State law has not been amended. It Is the same to-day as it was last October when Sir. Jones and four deputies began the Inspection of boiler and furnace plants. Ac cording to his reports. 19S violators of the smoke ordinance had received thirty days' notice to put tn smoke-consuming devices several months ago, and before It was found that the old city law was defective. The Inspector said yesterday that his dep uties had Just completed the classification of all the boiler and furnace plants In the city, and he now has a list of all the of fenders, with the details covering size of boilers, capacity, working hours, size of plant and boiler room, and other Informa tion neoes'iry to show why smoke Is cre ated, and how It can and should be abated. Several weeks bio the Inspector stated that he was waiting for this complete list of offenders before making arrests In any cases. Yesterday he said that It would now be necessarv to have his deputies make an other round of visits to learn whether the offenders who received thirty days' notice had put In devices, or had contracted for them. In the latter event, they will be giv en more grace. Heating plants have been sjpeaen irora tne list, anu win not Da coa- aiaerea nnui next ral I tn.mnprrtw- 3 'XfectT1JSPmaSi?in?P?ni In?nI?w' ?w -rv Jonca Riving the number of aS taaknedn SS. w.&.xpeot to "' PENN CHURCH PARISHIONERS RESENT AID FROM AMERICA. v,car Arones Ire Ity necelrinr Cost- trlbntlons to Restore Historic) Edifice. London, March 24. A singular disagree ment has arisen between tbe vestry and the vicar of Penn Church. Buckingham shire, over American funds contributed to pay for repairing the church. The Reverend Mr. Klrby. the vicar, explained to a meet ing of the vestry that he had appealed to the United States and bad raised sufficient money to restore the historic edifice. A vestryman produced an American news paper containing on article detailing the de cay of the church and appealing for funds. He declared that the statements made were untrue, and that the parishioners had been humbled by this appeal to the United States. The Reverend Mr. Klrby recited that his ex perience showed that the Penn parishioners were not overwilllng to contribute to the church funds, but. as his efforts had been met In Ruch a spirit, he would return the money received to the donors. Whipple Entered a. Denial. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Washington. March J. William O. Whip ple, a prominent Republican of Arkansas and United States Attorney of the Southern District, called at the White House to-day. He conferred with President Roosevelt in regard to cAarges made by H. F. Auter to the effect that the Republican State Execu tive Committee had sold the Post Office at RusselPrllle to the present Postmaster. Mr. Whipple told his friends In Congress that these charges are absolutely false, and Were made by "sorehead Republicans." Lao" Admitted Theft. REPUBLIC 8PECIAL, Louisville, IlL, March St-James McKln ney. a 15-year-old boy. was arrested here to-day for stealing about COO from Rl'ey Atchison, a farmer, with whom he was making his home. McKinney entered a pi a of guilty. He will be sent to the Reform School at Pontlac. He has been the star route mall carrier for Hoosler Post Office. Tonnsr Boy Donjrerontly Hart. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Grayvllle. HI. March 24. Charles Reed, a lS-year-oId boy. was seriously Injured to day while attempting to alight from a mov ing Illinois Central freight train. It la wocex ot ntnnnr In Summing Up Evidence in Mur der Trial He Insists Innocence Is Clearly Shown, REFERS TO MEDICAL EVIDENCE. Eight Doctors Give Different Opin ions as to the Cause of Death, but None Agree With Valet t Jones's Statement. New Tork, March 51. Robert M. Moore to-day summed up for the defense in the trial of Albert T. Patrick, accused of the murder of William M. Rice. In opening, he said the prosecution had shown no motive for the killing of Rica by Patrick, because Patrick, under the 1300 1 will, was not to Inherit Rice's millions for himself, but for the carrying oat of a trust. Jones's statement that Rice was kllle4 at the direction of Patrick, the lawyer con tended, was unworthy of belief, because Jones had a motive In making that state ment. Sir. Moore laid stress upon the wording of the will or 1S96, which, he de clared, gave far greater power over the Rice estate to Captain Baker than the 1900 will gave to Patrick. He said the Rice Institute of Houston. Tex, was only a. scheme to bead off the Holt litigation over the will of the deceased Mrs. Rice. Pat rick's conduct throughout, Mr. Moore sold, was that of on honorable and Innocent man. Among other things he sold: The doctors to whom the chemical his tory of the case was given have given you tneir opinions as to the cause of death. Sight of them have given different opln lona None of them attributed the condition shown by the autopsy to chloroform pola j onlng. I don't know what satisfaction the prosecution will get from eight different causes or death. The dcrense Insists that without any other evidence the opinions of the doctors entitle this defendant to ac quittal. He Is entitled to the benefit of every reasonable doubt. "Will you say that yon believe Jones and that you disbelieve these eminent medical men. and that you have no doubt as to what caused the death of Mr. Rice? "We do not ask you if you bars not a reasonable doubt of the guilt of this man. tut have you a doubt as to his innocence? Have you a doubt that Jones Is a liar or that old man Rico died a natural death? "We have presented you our case. We know It la a strong case and it was with that knowledge that in opening I told you w e wanted no favor and no sympathy only justice. It is with full confidence in your decision that we leave our client's cose with you." Sir. Moore had spoken five hours and a Quarter. The case then want over until to morrow morning. YATES FOLLOWERS FIXED DATE Senatorial Convention Called for May 8, to Please Hogan. REPUBLIC 6PECXAL, Anna, 111.. Sarch H. The Republican Senatorial Committee, composed of Scott Rhea of Williamson, chairman; Judge Win. Bewev of Alexander. mtH-rotam rvt. . w ..- - - . .. -' "r 1 w.w ?i ,r H," VUi,'rlu',J?es,.,Voms i Unlon da? -SMJS: Ing the Senatorial Convention .t vn , City. Dan Hogan's home, as the place. The 'iates-Lorlmer-Hopklns faction have a majority of members on thla committ and tnf n was no, contest. The question of ?.ear,3r convention was discussed. Some w. m.o vuuuumwuiBu iftvurea an eariy oate but Major Hogan advised holding It on May 8. and his advice was followed. The antl-Tates faction regard a late convention favorably. However, It Is supposed that Hogan knew what he was about and that he is reasonably certain that the Senatorial Convention will be organized by the Tates foUowers regardless of date. Th pnmmir- tee declined to recommend how delegates should be chosen from counties which, have sot yet mode their selection. Arkansas Supreme Conrt. REPUBIJC SPBOAI-. Little Rock. Ark.. March ZL The follow ing proc-edlnrs were had at to-day's sessloB cf the Supreme Court: J-Jl-.9Ilier.T1 K- WUe. Fulton arcult Court: dlrmlased (or noncompliance with rule V. I. Trotter tt al. va. T. Raxus Trotter. Drew Circuit Court i dismissed for nonoompllaaca with rule. ft. R. rfi at al va To., tc Qleca tt at. Cleburne Cnaaoery Court; passed by content rof . S. C. Jordan et al. vs. Thomas IVhlttla Oar land Chanc-ry Court: paittd two weeks. Kmma KocnafoM rs, Joan rrandt. Cbnwar Circuit Couxtt diamlatea for noocampUanc with rule . Kent Etrahen tt al. vs. Adou and Loubet. Mil ler circuit Court; dlamlsted for noncompliance U 8. 8plry et al. va OUrtr Berry tt oL. Desha Chancery Court; dismissed for noncom pliance with rule. .Lucy M. Roe- et al. vs. tb Frlek Company. Limited. St. Francis Circuit; cross appeal srantid and pawed three neelc. Emmett M Eherman ct iL ra jnhn J Kl. Johnson Circuit Court; patted to April B. dell. Phillip Chancery Court; time for Ollng trantciipt extredted by content for ninety days from March a. 0. B. Falcea tt al. tx. parte. Woodruff Clrcslt Court; motion to adraao at being ot publlo In ternet. " Mawnlo Benefit Ateclatlon et al. vs. Emma Bog-era, Pulaski Circuit Court i reply ta motion to reinstate. Arkansaa Westers Railway Company te John T. Frlck. Sebastian Circuit Court; motion to ad vene and afflra as delay case, ett for bearing en motion tbret week bono. F. W. Chamber tt aJL va. a a Nlchell et al, Bfnton Circuit Court; motion for time filed 6t. Louis. Iron Mountain and Southern Rallrnad Company va Nelllt Ul, Woodruff Circuit Court! submitted. Girl Sadly Bnrned. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, Keytesvllle. Mo., March M. Miss Lula Belle, the 30-year-old daughter of C. K. Hampton, living three miles west ot Keytes vllle, was badly burned about the face and ejes and on the hands to-day. She threw some trash Into a stove which caused on explosion that blew the top off of the stove and the flames Into her face, burning It to a buster. Her eye and part of her hair were burned also. She ran to her father, who was In an adjoining room and he ex tinguished the flames. The young girl will recover, though her face may D some what disfigured. Reward far Harder). REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Springfield. IlL. March li. In a proclama tion issued to-day. Governor Tates offer a reward of tXO for the arrest and delivery Into the hands ot the Sheriff of Morgan County, of the murderer, or for of each ot the murdtrera, of Woodward Hughes, who was killed at the house of Baker Seymour, near Nortonvllle. HL. February M lsst. Hughes was killed by a band of masked men, who visited the Seymour home at mid- Sight and blew out Hughes's brains while e slept. No clew has been found to lead to the Identity et the assassins. Fell Under Ensrlat) aad Lost a FtxX. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Moorehouse. Mo.. March It While aS tempting to get aboard the pilot of an en gine ot the Mlmmelberger Luot) Land and Lumber Company log train here this morn ing, Andrew Fears, aged 19 years, fell un der the engine end his left foot was to badly crushed that amputation was neo essary. Child Killed by m Mala. RBPUBUC SPECIAL. Fayettevtlle. Ark.. March 1 The little 4-year-old child ot E. D. Boone of this county followed Its father Into the barn- fard and was attacked by a vicious mule, ts skull was fractured, cousins; death la a short time. Boy TJaaeertmslr Btabaed. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Keysport. I1L. March 21 Last night James Elliott, aged 17 yearn, was assaulted by Leonard McNeill, aged It years. Elliott was stabbed In the abdemen twice by hi assailant. He is In a critical condition. Mc Neill was arrested and Is now In the Coun ty Jail at Carlyle. Both boy an -ctabera g welMMwra farslU an this looafiq. BatSssViV ?5 -BtaaasW V atvsaaV fmmm Vi tst CONGRESSMEN ARE BUSY SEEKING RENOMINATIONS. Maay Are) Absent an "Important Bnsl- eaa Houe Democrats Are Orgnnlxlnsr. RBPUBUC SPECIAL. Washington. March 24. The subject near est the heart of the average Representative in Congresa la his own renomliiatlon and mnln f. -.l.-tln Tfc- .... ra.mS i - r " "" - " wu caruir waxmea tus cnair unui ne must , be up and. doing to retain his tiat against the onslaught of the ambitious young men of his district The nominating conventions ore being hela from time to time In the dif ferent district and half a score of Repre sentatives have already learned their late. The leaves of absence granted nembers of the House on "Important buslnaw" are In creasing each day. and there Is a noticeable movement country ward. One of the slgnincant features ot the political situation In the Uo.m 19 the preparation of the Democratic pt-rty for the congressional campaign, 'intra is a strong movement among the House Democrats to select a Northern man for chalrcaan of the ilxecuUve Commitue, een It they have to go outside the House for the choice, and It seems likely that the Executive Committee will contain promlntnt iiiatern Democrat. "We need men In control who can raise money, sutd one of the Democratic leaden to-day. "We want men who can get in I touch with the corporate Interest that used to he p us. and which now contribute to the Republicans." if.n rSht. of iliinm. an T !. ictnn of New Tork are mentioned a-i probable - - ,r -",." Vu" ' members or tne jsxecuuve committee. The Democrats hae been encouraged within the last few weeks to undertake a party campaign, and they are looking for practi cal politicians as managers to cope with the coterie of skillful and experienced men who have stood at the head of the -Republican Congressional Committee in the last two or three campaigns. Tbe Republicans are expected to make Babcock. Hull. Overstreet and Lcudenslager get back Into the traces for ano'Jier pull. Bank Permit Issaed. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Springfield. 111., March 21 A permit was issued to-day by the Auditor ot Publlo Ac- fZ f irzr-' 'Ok ' You feel old. Hour after hour you slowly drag yourself through your work. You are tired out all the time. Night bring no rest. What is the cause of all this? Impure blood. Get rid of these impurities. Put your blood in better condition. Build The doctors report to us the best of success with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It's the only Com- ixnma concentrated latract of Sarsaparilla. 'UM. Mthtntbsa. t -r National Biscuit Company OpfTKslfla.SalToalion.NeariJtta.Coutmiy ESPIC'S CIGARETTES.orPOWDER Psrls,.sSPIC: retwVortaFOUtlESAtkCB. BOU BY ALL, DRUGGISTS counts for the organization of the Uelrossj State Bank, at Melrose, HI., with a capital AAb C IW. T .l l- A ?""i "i M- . " "fc"iie2. aro ruu- inana uunneDecK, t;nariea J. wolf and & w. aenson. Kerr Sotrthera Industries. REFUBL.IC SPECIAL. Jackson. MIsa.. March ?! Tn nut has been one of unusual aetlvltv tn (nrtumw trial circles In Mississippi. Many new mer cantile and lumber manufactorlng concerns have been launched, and other manufocb urlng enterprises of more or less note art) reported by the score. Of especial Impor tance in this list are a clothing factory as Tupelo with a capital stock of $50,000, fertilizer factory at Centreville with a capi tal stock of 1100.000, a cotton oil mill at Itta Bena with a SO.00O capital, and s hydraulic compress and Ice and fertlllsxr plant at Crystal Springs. Cottoa Factories Bnsy. RHPTTBL.IC SPECIAL. Jackson. Miss., March H Nearly a dozes cuuun lactones nave oeen cunt la Missis- aippl during thepast year or soand an iSia. ,0Pe doing a flourishing bus?ni judgta! from the fact that several nf ihT-nnnTSS j from the fact that several of the 'number "ereratiyaeciaro to uouDe their oapao- "J ao rnaae extensive improvementa, siany of the mills are running night anbj day and cannot fill all the orders offered. Shipments to the Orient ore quite fWquent ond In the years to come It Is believed that' the bulk of the manufactured product la this section will go in that direction. Roane Boons for Governor. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jackson. MIsa.. March 24. Judge A. T. Roane, "the tall sycamore of the Loosos coona. is being prominently mentioned by the press In the northern part of the Bute is at present District Attorney for the Seo ond District, and will doubtless have a strong following it he decides to run for the place. N uo vour nerves. n J252;SteLe .