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4i ... "-- w THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1904. I,' s ; R I ': Sfe? S r ar irUK medicinJcukeS IN BIG DEMAND Druggists Report Big Increase in Their Sales From Every Sec tion of the Citv. COUGHS and COLDS Relieved Quickly and Cured Per- manently By This Won- ful and Meritorious CATARRH REMEDY it Has Done More Than AH Other Remedies Combined in Warding Off PNEUMONIA SO SAY ST. LOUIS PHYSICIANS. Never before in the !iiiory of medi cine has a remedy grown ' tjuieklv Into such poimlar f.nor :c "De I..iey' Cln-Ko-Na niitl lion." Creater anil heavier is the demand from diucpi-t. aU over the city. Wholesale iltn:; houses lejiort enot motio sales fiom all sections of the country. I'Jiy-iei.'iii everywhere aie iire-eiiliin "lie I.acv--Cin-Ko-Xa and Iron," and all report that it !; curing casus or couslii anil colds like lmtfiic and is d.iltis more to ward off imcumouia thau all other rem edies eoniliiued. Wonderful cities of Oriarrh. .Malaria aud Klieiiiiiulisin aie daily lieins te lrortetl from ever. section of the tliy and country hy sratefiil. cured lieople. I'liyhiciai) ii H -ontede that "De IaeyV Cin-Kn-Xn" K tlip sreatest known lemedy todiy for Stomarh Troubles. It MiniuUi-s. it warms, it heals it Rives ou an appetite to eat and helps you digest what you do tut makes we.ik Momaehs Mmhii; aud healthy and puis old, worn-out stom achs in Rood condition to enjoy life. "Do I.neyV, Cin-Ko-Xa anil lion" cures fatal lh of every kind in any Iiart of the system, no matter how long .titaudlns. and all its complications. JmicIi as Coughs, fold, i.a Cu'ppe and Hrouchithj. , Tlieie never was iirodtieeil a better remedy for the nmes. it t-ootlie.-.. quiets nud feed the ncives. and when you set your stonrich. !ier ai.il iielM-n all right jour whole "-j-teni is light. Vou can feel its- warm, stlmu'aSiui; effeetH and pro)ertii' so combing through your entire sjs-feiu fiom the very lirsr doe. You have a erayiug and knavviug in the stomach. You can't sleep at iiiglit: jou are H"-t-Iess and nervous and feel the need of a pood tonic, nerve-quletim; stimulant, and "De Laey's Ciu-Ko-Xa" is just what you ate looking for. Every nervous woman who is weak, worn out aud feels that she can't keep up much longer, her appetite is poor. File can't sleep at nights, she gets de spondent and blue and almost feels at 'times that life is hardly worth the ef fort, should take "le Laey's C!n-K'o-Xn and Iron": It strengthens tile old and makes them ynnng. and sttength ens the jouug and weak and makes them sluing: Big pint bottles $1.00, or six for $,"i.00, by druggists everywhere, or it will bo sent upon receipt of ptice by express, charges piepaid, to anv patt of the United States by the He Lacy Chemical Co.. St. Louis, Mo. PILES, FISSURE, ITCHING, FISTULA, BLEEDING, RECTAL ULCER, ETC. PILES, Curtd without lurgfeal operation. Cures ruar- BDteM. AH protruding EtoppeJ In one or two treatments Do not continue to Buffer when you can be cured without an operation. Con- altatlon fre. Call or write, lncloslns; So ttamn. for 36-nare Booklet on Rectal n!eai. DR. 31. KEY SMITH, SpeclalUt, 800 Olive Street, St. LooIb. Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundiys. to 10:39 a. m. Broughams, Hansoms, Landaus, Coaches and Cabriolets. Largest assortment of secondhand heay carriages In the countrj. Cash or Install ments. Fine lino now carriages. D. P. NICHOLS & CO., 1S98UO 1E01 Branny, I 1345-1347 WtbtshAu, NEW YORK CITY I CHICAGO REWARD. We will pay a reward of JIM for the arr-t and conlction of any rrnn throAlnc a ralss'llf at ony ehiclo belonging to anv mrnibT nf our association. Wo will im a rcid of $100 far the arrest and comletlon of any person at tacking a driver worUn for an raemler of this association. Wn alo t1ll tray a reward of $50 to anj one furnlililncr information lending to the arret for and wmvJctlon of elthT of. the , state offenMff The oflVi applies to any member of th police njid -detectlie force of this clt. as well as to nrv cne elre TTIK ST. LOUIS "UNDERTAKKItS. ?:SIAIM- ING AND LIVERY SnrTATIo:. M. XtAUGIimT. President. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISH. ST. LODII nePCHLIC BUILDING. 1. Bell Main .1SC4. Klnloeh A (ITS. ITSi STOPPEB FREE ?tnnanenth) Cured b DR. KLINE'S GREAT NERVE RESTORED a tkiaL rottle frer Fonnaneitt Car. t ! ueronrr iu& for ui .invniM(MufxipueM740puni, ot vims' Dtnca. Debility. Zhaastlnn. fnnu ici. DB.P.B.rMf.1,1331 Arch St. PMUdelphto. H k SENATOR CLARKE FOR THE TREATY. AikuuPiis Man Indorses Every Position Taken by the Yivai dent in Connection With A the Panama lie volt. Washington. Feb. 2 Mr. Clarke, the new- Democratic Senator from Arl.ansas, made his first speech in the Senate to dav. He spoke t.o hours, and announced his indorsement of every position taken by the President in connection with Xhc Panama revolt and In the negotiation of tte treaty with the new state. He even said that, in view of the provocation given by CoIombH, the President might have been expected to go farther than he diilj In advancing the cause or Panama, lie declared that there was more popular suipcrt of the course of the President's pollev amorg Democrats than among Re publican1! and said that tho Democratic votes necessary to ratify the treaty were assured. Mr. Fairbanks- also spoke in support of the treaty, contending for the regularity cf all the proceedings of the administra tion on the Jsthmuj of Panama. The proceeding: of the day were opened with prajer by Rabbi rhllllpson of Cin cinnati. ASKS THAT CHALMERS REPORT BE MADE PUBLIC. Iteprcorntntlvc Stephen Introduce Ilcxolutlon Calling: for Rennlt of Indtnn Territory Investigation. W'l I !1 "l SI'CCIU Washington, Feb. 2. Representative Stephens of Texas to-day Introduced a resolution calling upon Attorney General Knox to send tho House a fuli report made by an examiner sent by the Depart ment of Justice to the Indian Territory to Investigate charges of corruption made by S. M. Urosius, agent of the Indian Right Association, against several Fed eral officials in the Territory. It also requests that a statement be made of all Go eminent officials, who have become members 01 corporations Known as trial develonment companies, und if such are still In the employ of the Gotrnment. The object of Mr. Stephens's resolution Is to get the Chalmirs report on the In vestigation of the Dawes Commission. Mr. ljlgh Chalmers is a resident of Aus tin, Te.. and a man of high standing, whose report, Mr. fetephens averts, has been suppressed by Secretary Hitchcock. VM-'AIH TO I Mi; It IO It STATUS. Hill for Free I'ort for Manufrt-iurin Mulerlals In In Interest of .New York. ItEI'UUIJC Sl-IX'IAL. "Washington, Feb. 2. Treasury otlieials are interested in the Shober bill. jut in troduced in the House by representative Shober of New York, providing for the establishment at Nen York or other ports deemed suitable by the President of free depots or manufacturing colonies, where raw material or other .merchandise im ported for manufactureif articles for ex port ma be entered free, of dut. It is, said at the Treasury that the pur pose of th? bill is to center manufactutes in New ork and other ports and to force them out or the interior. At the same time the bill. It Ls maintained, is much le.1-'" broad in its scope than the prtssnt provisions for bonded manufacturing varcnou-tx and the laws for the nllovi ance of drawback, and refunds on ex ports. The measure is not new. No less than sixteen ears ago one of the New York "Senators- presented a similar bill, the In tent of which vvas to conctaitrate facto ries on Long Island and make it a free port, such as Hamburg. Germany, now is. The bill provides that concerns availing them-elves of the privilege of freedom from duties as nrouosed must acnulre sufficient land adjacent to New York Har bor or other harbors where the depots or colonies" are to be established. The manu facturing must be done here, under the supti vision of the Collector. On manu factured artiele.s for export no duty i to be paid If goods are snipped to domestic rnau-.ets tne lull customs duties shall be requited, according to the bill. The Tieasurv onlc.'als hold that the bill cannot possiblv become a law. as it would be a blow at the Interior Stalea. Antlonal IlmiK AfTnlrjt. KEl'fDLIC bl'tflAU Washington. Feb. 2. The Comptroller ot the Currencv to-day approved the designa tion of the following banks as reserve agents: Trw Third Xatloia! Itink. Jlechanlcs' National ISank ami Mtrchants -Lacl"""? National IJjnk. M Lnuis. and National Kank or Commerce, Kan-an clt, for Hie tint National Hank of Meridian. i!I Mechanics' N'atlonal Rank Ht Iiuis. for the Flr-t National llank. rot-iu. 1 T Union N atonal llank. Kansas cit. for the Emporia nUonal llank. I.mporla. Kas Kaimer? anU .Mechanics' National Lank, Kort Worth, for tne AUonl National llank. Aliord. Tex Stat National llank. Kcit Woith. for the I'imt National Hank. Commene, lex. City National ILit.k Dallas, for the Gates viil Xation-il llank. ('.atomic Tex Tort Wnrtu Nation-il llmk Fort Worth, for the fcturcis N'atlonal llank. lllil:xirc. Tor. A cerlificate vvas i--nied authorizing the Home National Hank of Llano. Tex., to begin businc"- with a capital of $fti,0ir. v. .1. .Moore, president; W. r" Gra, vice pres ident; W " Stucken, cashhr. Hnrnl Free flelivprj. UnPlT.I.K MMXIAL. Washington, rob. 2. Rural free delivery xWAKE PEACE WITH YOUR STOMACH. You Are Certain to Lose If You At tempt the Use of Force and Violence. You cannot force ur stomach to do work tli.it it is unable .md umWIIini; to do. It has been tried time and time again with alnajs tho bame result. The Htomach Is a good and faithful servant; hut -when pushed beyond the limit it rebels. Some stomachs will stand much more abuse than others, but eery Momach has its limit: and when that limit is reached, it it is a very dangerous and unwise pro ceeding to attempt to force it into dolns further work. The sensible mid loan able course Is to employ a substitute to carry on the work of digestion and cue the stomach an opportunity to rccuptrate .inu jtKam ii.s ii-u sirengin. Stuait'n Dyspepsia Tablets are the only perfect substitute to take up nud cirry on the work of tired, worn-out stomachs. They are natural nnd easy in their work nnd cau'-e no disturb inco in the dlgctle organs. They contain ail of the essential elements that make up the gastric Juice and other digestive fluids nnd will dige" anv food that a strong, healthy stomach will, .ind do it in the sime time and in the same way. They work independently of surrounding conditions, and the fact that the stomach Is weak or diseased docs not Influence them at all in their useful and effective work. They will digest fond jut as" well In a glass Jar or bottle as they will in n stomach. You can see that for yourself by putting one of them Into a jar with a square meal and some water to enable it to work. Stuart's Dvspeps'a Tablets, by thus re lieving the Mom.ich of its work, enable" that orgin to ret and recuperate and re gain Its health and strength. Tho process is- perfectly ratural and plain. Nature will heal the stomach Just as she heals a wound or a broken limb, ir she Is not in terfered with and is permitted to do her work in her own way. All inlerfcrence l prevented by Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets aro for sale bv druggists everywhere at 50 cents a box, and if jou are nffllcted with dyspepsia one box will make jou feel fifty times better. You will forget nu have a stomach anil rejoice In the forgetfulncss. No drug gift will be so shortsighted a to try to get along without Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab lets, for they aro so popular and are so well known for the good they .have done and the happiness they have caused that any druggist caught without them would lose the confidence of his customers and be regarded as "below the standard. Ills business -would suffer as a result and his patrons would go to otherfstores and buy their other drugs there, as well as their Stuart's Djspcpsia Tablets. service has been established to commence March I as follows: Miwouri-Hoehcport. Boone County. Itoute 2. length of route. 15 miles. Population nerved. 612 sml'hton, rcttis County. Ilnutes 1 and I. Length or route. 19H and :t'J miles respeetUe- 1 Population arl, T&6. Kansas Wvater llle. Marshall Count. Route :. IeiiRth of route, M' mllev Population Rcneil. 04 Whitewater. Iiutler Courtv. Route 2 length of njtt. J7iR mllew Population sened. 40s. Zeamlale, Hlley County. KoUte 1 Length of route, S'i mile Population "cned, 3Si. Kural earner-" were appointed to-day as follows: Ml'wiri Ilolckon. w J Pettlgrew. carrier: Joyephln IVttlKrew, substitute New IVinklln. J T Walklni. carrier: Mag gie 11 Watlclns. sLbstttute Palmjnt. 1. A WeanJ. carrier; Don Ga lusev. substitute. McPall. liaMil X. Cromer, carrier; Charles Groimr. substitute. si)lthllle. t;-orKe Hamilton, carrier; James Hamilton, substitute Illinois Lnuhnllle. W. A Tolher and Wal ter llrlmberrj. carriers. J I). Tollier and Clin ton linan, sutistltutes Kansas Ilanoier. Iluito II Sehroeiler. J B. Wulrr and K. F. llengtrit. carrhrs; Fritz Sehneder. J I). Duff and A II. Mengers. sub stitutes. Stoekdale Charles Morris, carrier: Mlnclier Cundray, subittltute. l'0!TMSTEnl "HOOMRD" HLSINESS. Solicited Anionic Merrbnnta I.lvlnc In Suburban Toivim for Mump Sale. RnriTiuc SPECIAL Washington. Feb. 2. The "booming" of business by Postmasters near large cities is gradually leading to a Post-Office order making enormous circles about these large centers of population and inclosing them in one nostal district, the center of which would be the metropolitan Post Ofllce. From all ovir the country the depart ment has found Postmasters selling stamps in all sorts of ways that are not legal. Business men doing business in the large cities, but living outside of them have been importuned to buy their stamps in their suburb and use them in their city oillces. Some Postmasters have sought out large users of stamps and solicited their business. Others have en couraged the use of stamps as money, and ail of this has Increased month after month the salaries of Postmasters, the allowances for clerk hire and the cost of Installing the free-delivery system in many cases. So flagrant have the abuses become and so strenuous Is the attitude of Senators and Ilepresentatlves to protect their ap pointees that the department is no a" con- siaering tne plan of making an onices that bav e onened substations, the keet ers of which shall have only a salary of Jiuwo each instead of more man tnis, which many of them are now getting. All clerk hire will be abolished and the deliveries and all employes will be under the control of the metropolitan Post master. It is claimed that the nlan will not only settle the question of booming busi ness, but will save large sums to the de partment, it is understood tnat auout some of the largest cities of the country the abuses have been most extensive and that several cases are such that Post masters wilt not be permitted to r emu In in their orlices. NEW REAL ESTATE OFFICER. Henry S. Carter Succeeds the Late Lindsay Watbon. Henry S- Carter, formerly manager of the real estate department of the Ger mania Trust Company, has been elected to succeed the late l.lnd"ay Watson as real estate officer of the Commonwealth Trust Company. He assumed his duties eu rda j . It is intended to considerably enlarge the scope of the real estate department ot the Commonwealth Company by handling Suburban propertj and managing oltlce building". The compan has already taken charge of an additional otlice building and is figuring on assuming the management of two downtown structures. Mr. Carter lias been connected with real estate matters in St. LouIh for mure than thirteen jears. having been a member of the firm of Carter At McLanahun In the early ninetiis. Later he became connected with the .McN'alr .1 Harris Realty Com pany, handling many of its more im portant deals. He created the real estate department of the Qermanla Trust Company fifteen months ago, and has built up the business of the company to a high standard. At the time of the consolidation of the Ger manla and Commonwealth companies, the leal estate buines of the former had at tained large proportions. T. IV. fiarland IIujn Hmldencr. T. W. Garland, of the Garland Cloak I Company. es(erdiy purchased for J12.500 through J. M. Levi, the tvvo-tory. double Carthage, stone front residence at No. 5187 Raymond place, the home of H. .M. Katon. ihe house occupies a lot .r127 feet ami contains eleven rooms, hot-water heat, and is a thoroughly mod em and hinaVome residence. An. Gar land nil! o-cupy the property as a home by Fbruar.v i: The proprty had been li-ted h .Mr. Katun a week ago. and Is connleied .in unu-Mi-iIIy quick -ale. Itcnl Kulntr Transfer. lillOADWAY 2i ft., v,. . het. I-uls and Hurck cltj blocl. 3JB; Pitrk-k btanlun and wife to jRmrs K. Manvn l S IIPM-S ft., s. s. hcinr IMS It'll rits Mock 3761S: Nnthanffl Greene to frank I.unn and wlf n d i:i.l.l.-r ft ... s lift. Ta lor an Wal ton, city Mock 3T61S. i.vdia llolllnzs uorth to Nathaniel Greene w. 1 ... . CAM.EMA.V 10 ft. s. s , bet Sptlng and snilev rr.ter. city block tM: harali i Ilnke to Martha Ilarrm Hoke w. d. CHKrtTNI'T Zl ft 3 In s. B. s. c cor I-eflinKwcIl ntj block OS. Ma. tin Henri to Albrrt IlM ry . d CCMl'lONjl It . w. b . being 4313 Cnmp ton. itv lilcck :?:. a.iiihi M I,mi and hu-dtand to Jacob K. I.clcndfclvr and wlft w. d IXiit I IX1X M It. w. . l-t fharlton and O-eola. rltv block 2BS;. Jaroli P. IrflenrtM'k r and wife to r Tombridse !n-urdnce Aircncj n. d CI.MtA l ft . e F. li-Ire 137iP and 13TJ Clara ne.. cltj Lock d7V: Con corola Inctmrnt Co. 'o John II. Cinbtrre w d I CATI--!: rt. 4 In . . Im-Ihk hlcif, tTitcs. cltv block 4311: Jrs le I' Harris find htlennd to W It. .I.n-F v rl 1 i CVMMOXEAI.TH-4 ft. brlnit !nSZ I'otrmonnf tltlt )kRitl In eit blo.k GH anil inrtlv In t-OJntj , WlU'am J. ThomH anl uir to Julhn A. t;iliardt an I iff w. d riNXlY 30 ft . s. s . bet. rendl'ton and XrwslPad. cltv blork 4-W1, Marie It r. do lNnaloz nnd trwt.f to J. A Ituh and A. T Ivitta w. d ri.NNKY .71 ft . e s.. bK. Pemlli-loil and Newstrad. rlty blocl' 4"i6I: Marl' It F de 1'iraloTa and hibanl to Marie It r d rma!02a's trustee ioneaiic in tr. d IllCKOHV-vi ft. n , bet. Vlrri"la and itank-n clt block Zltl; Samiul I' Wall to Itoocrt Ro-nta-pn . d... JI.I'KBIWOS K. ?., l"-t. Ixfavette and Ocjer citv block 133: Christian II j.erman anti wire to .lonan .icnanr.n v. a JANttAtlY-lrn ft 11 In., e - . b-t WU aon and notaniral city blocks 1047 nnd 40ISI1: Mlourl Fire llrlck Co. to Thro dnre fln.Urr and wlfo w. d MANCHt:STKIt-S .. b.lnc M0 t)M Man-hectpr: Amanda Ann tFnnt et al . bv trubtee. to Henrietta M Ilrown tr'F d MAItKKT 41 ft., n . ht Flfti-enth and SlTtppntli. cltv b'nek 413 Iuls C. Bohle. by i-xtx . to Durtnn Ilcalty Co. fxtx d MAHKITT-41 It n. a b.tj Fifteenth and M-nlh. city block Ml: OIUU bohle to llmton Ilalty Co w. d ... Itr-I'HERBO.N' VI ft . . Iwinr ,VK; Mcl'hcrai-n. rltv block 4'mTA: Rival Inv c"tm-nt Co. to Susanna D Utch flpld w d FRONT-27 ft. S In by Ii ft. Vi In . ht. Third and Collins nnd Knnklln ard C-irr. cltv b'ock 70; Frederick Q. Hawp'FCn and wife to H. IladgelPi ntr d KORTH 11ARKKT-4I ft. i( In. r s, s p. cor. TttPntvflfth. city block 2346: 1:5 ft . n. a . Maiden I.an.. bet Tw.n tvMhlrd and Twcntv -fifth, cits h!-k 2145: the Anchor Real Estate Co. to the Northwestern Ileal Rstatp Co w. ,1. NORTH MARKET-11 ft. U In . a a . r- cor. Twentj.flf.th- city Work 2348; 12S ft., n. a Maiden Mne. bet. Twenty thlrdnd Tvventv-fifth. city b'ock I34: John 1. Rrinkmeyer and wife to An chor Real Estate Co w. d riNf3-0 ft. a . bet Talor and Eu- S9V 1.32S T!.4 1S.KK) Ilil. city block ssiz: KX Realty Co. to Fred A. Ranlster w. d SECOND 12C ft. "54 in . w s . . w. cor. (.400 nrooKiyn. city mock 24?: Augusta Rauer et al to John ir. Geatrlnit w. d. J2.C0O SECONO 12 ft. 7H In. w. i, i -. cor. Brooklyn, cltr block 241; William Haur to Charles E. Bauer w. d 1 SECVND 12 rt ?i In, tt. . tnuth west corner Brooklyn, city Mock 219: T. W. Klndcrmann and wife to Chas K. Rauer w. d ST- I.OUIS-23 ft . n a., bet ly-fflnanell and f5laeow. rlty block 1903: Jno EU-l kom et al. by spl. comr. to Robert I. ntzkorn part, d ,. TERRY 40 ft., n. .. nirtheait cor. cltv block isoiB: star Corulructlcm Co. to .Tam T. Smith Bulldlnic Co w. d. VEbT 13(1 ft- 4 In . . a , bet. Bremen and Farrar. cltv block 1248; Jno. It. Crabtrfo and wlfe'tp Rupert M. Allan vr. d VERNON-M ft., n. a. bet Kind's highway and Academy, city block S152 Kappa Ttcalty Co. to Pauline Ober maver vr. d . ......... VIRGINIA 2S ft., w. r. bet- Pestaloizl ahd AreenaL clt block 1457r Rosa Schaeffer and huaband to Yalentlna SchaeHer. Jr. w. d S.0OQ 3.4(0 S.cno 5.006 t,S0O l-WO J FRENCH PRELATES ANGER PREMIER. 3L Combes to Take Drastic Meas ures Against Cardinals Who Criticise Government's , Course Pans, Feb. 2. Primier Combes an nounced at a meeting of the Council of Ministers to-day his intention of taking drastic measures against certain prelates for uddnssing open letters to President Loubet, criticising the proposed law further restricting teaching by members of the religious bodies. Although no names were mentioned, it is well understood that tho prelates re ferred to are Cardinal Richard, Arch bishop of Paris; Cardinal Langenleux. Archbishop of Khelms. and Cardinal Coul lle. ArcllblshOD of I.vons. as tliei? roeonllv addressed letters of protest ana criticism to M. Ijoubct. Al. Combes also informed his colleagues of his Intention to refer the letters to the Council ot State, and made known the fact that the Minister of Justice had been charged with the preparation of a law making the criminal code applicable to prelates who publicly protest against or criticise the acts of the Government. PARDON FOR" C "r. CARTER, WHO FACED GALLOWS TWICE Career Forms One- of the Mot Re markable Clinptem In Criminal Annuls of MIsaonrl. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jefferson City, Mo., Feb. 2.-Charles R. Carter of Lawrence County was pardoned to-day fiom the State Penitentiary after having served a ten-year sentence for murier. Carter's case Is one of the most re markablo in criminal annals of the State and was well known to Mlssourians ten years aso. Carter was twice sentenced to be hanged and at the last minute was commuted to serve twentj-five jears in tthe Peniten tiary by Governor Stone, and is now free by the action of Governor Dockery. Carter and another man were indicted for tho killing of Robert Crockett in Lawrence County in 1887. The evidence was purely circumstantial, but Carter W'aS found eillltv of flrst-ripe-rpe miinipr. His case was appealed to the Supreme Court and he was sentenced to be hanged. While in Jail aw lilting his execution Carter shot his Jailer and escaped. Ho made his way to Oregon, and there es tablished a reputation for integrity and good citizenship. He became a member of a party which made an exploration into the interior of Alaska and came back the hero of the ex pedition, having saved two members of the party from death by carrying them on hts back to a place of safety. It was four years later that he was dis covered in Oregon and brought back to Missouri to stand trial again, his appeal having been dismissed from the Supreme Court. He was found guilty again and on ap peal the Supremo Court sentenced him to do nangea. Kerore the law could be car ried out Governor-Stone in 1831 commuted carters sentence to twenty-five ear, which, he stated, was practically a life Imprisonment. There now- remains grave doubt as to Carter's guilt In the first place, and he al ways stoutly maintained that he waajn nocent His alleged accomplice, Kenton, was tried and found not guilty. Carter was one of the oldest prisoners in tha State Penitentiary in point of service, r.nd is now 42 years old. gov. dockery'regrets failure to get ziegler. Declines to Dlacns Case, bnt Crovr'a Friends Ilellevq. Ilr- will Con- tlnne to Flicht. REI'UUI.IC SI'ECIAU Jefferson City, l!o., p'eb. 2. Governor Dockery had little to say to-day about the refusal of Gov ernor Odeli of New York to honor a requisition on him for the return of William Ziegler. wanted here for al leged bubery. He stated that lie regretted very much that Governor Odell did not see fit to honor tho request made on him, but did not feey Inclined to criticise the New York executive for his action. Attorney General Crow being in Califor nia, and his assistant, Mr. Jeffries, in Chicago, attending to the Chicago Drain age Canal case, it cfjuld not he learned here to-day whether the case would be dropped or pursued further by the Mis souri attorneys. The Attorney General has a dogged per sistence about him which Is unpleasant to tho man he Is after, and It is thought by his friends here that it will take more than one refusal by Governor Odell to cause him to quit. Ilirtlutionlh Manet Hint. A very pleasing birthday gift would be a olid gold Signet Ring, carved with the correct birthmonth flower Carnation for February and engraved with initials or monogram of the recipient; J.1 each at MERMOD k JACCARD'S. Hroadway and Locust. ICE DISABLES FERRYBOAT. rassenjji'i'.s on Craft in Ohio Hir er Panifj-Sirieken. Cincinnati. Keb. 2. A ferryboat plying New Richmond. O.. and California, Ky., while crow ded with pnssengers, was stove In by the ite to-day and in danger ot sinking. The lasscngors were panic stricken. Before the boat could be run ashore It had drifted two miles down the river. It was found that the huge Ice lion that crushed the boat's sides had acted as a raft to float the vessel. To Lecture on Divorce. TIio fifth lecture in the Young Men's Sodality lecture course wil Ibe delivered at Sodalltv Hall. No. 15 North Grand ave nue, this evening at 8.30 o'clock. The sub ject Is "The National llvll of Divorce." The lecture will be given by the Reverend Bernard J. Otten. H. J., of the 't. lui.i University. Father Otten has c-nrefjlly consulted the verv latest sources on this question, and his review- nnd examination of the legislation on divorce In the varloJs States of the Union will be a feature of his address. Inanraucc Company Dinner, The Citizens' Insurance Company of Missouri entertained Its agentsi and divi sion managera'at dinner last night at the. Mercantile Club. Representatives of the company from nil parts of the Country were Drescilt. This was the first insurance company organized in Missouri. Fine Writing Papern. Two-tone and Highland Lawn are two of the latest in fine writing papers, in quiet, refined tints and beautifully finished. MERMOD & JACCARD'S. Broadway and Locust. To Vote on Amendment Tneadaj-. nra-uuLic special. Jackson, Miss., Fell. 2. The lower .house of the Legislature appointed next Tuesday as the date for taking the first, vote on the amendment for constitutional prohi bition. Each faction has a large corps of lobbyists at work. The Senate to-day passed a bill to prohibit nonmembers from wearing the emblems of secret societies. The Senate has confirmed the State Board of Dental Examiners and State Board ot Phnrmacy appointed by Governor Vnrda man. t. CASTOR I A Fwlirfairtsiild Wilton. Tha KM Yti Han Alwajs BsHgh t CAREFUL BUYERS Must not fail to take advantage of the VERY LOW PRICES We are now offering on FINE TABLE CHINA, SPARKLING CUT GLASS AND ART WARES. Unless you see the wares, their style, their quality, their smart ness, their value, their newness, you can have no adequate idea of the advantages which our dis count sale affords. We recom mend an early selection as SALE ENDS SOON. Mermod & Jaccard iZelry Broadway and Locust. See that all our Meats i NOTICE! The are branded nreakfnat llacnn n OBllfV C MTlpe una lnu" Rt" BflHI 1 1 t, and flrat-vliiH srnaranfeed. JEREMIAH MURPHY PKG. CO., 2315 to 31 Morgan Street. PHONE8: SELL-BEAUMONT COAL MINERS TO MAKE NO MORE CONCESSIONS. Operator Believe That Both ldr rlnte Reached Last Offer Tliey Wlll Make ut Tills Time. IndianapolK Ind . Feb 2. After another day 'of argument, no agreement has been reached by the Scale Committee of the joint conference between tho miners and the operators of the central competitive d'strlct. The operators have abandoned their spe cific demand for a 1T per cent r auction in wages, but Inlt upon "a subst.inti.il de crease." The miners, It is understood, have decided to abandon their first de mands and will agree to a compromise, rerewing tKe present scale and conditions. .'"Substitutc Scale Committee of -dxtcen haft been appointed, consisting of two operators and two miners from each of the four districts. Botlu operators' and the miners believe that, the two sides have come down to the last concessions that they will make at this time. The general belief among the operators i that the miners will mike no further toncesons, and that even if their ofilcrs nnd vale commiltcemtn should report back in the oST miner de!gntes from the four States, who are bring held In Indi anapolis, a reennnnerdaiion that a 3, 8 or 10 per cent reduction m wages be accept ed, the recommihdatlon would be lost on a roll-call vole. OfTIcIils of the miners il.ilm this evening lh.it the operator of Ohio. Illlnrlq and Indiana hive ngre" i lo their propo-llion to renew th p-'-s"U scale, but that the operators- of rer.n--U-vanli are making vigoroua objection Wntcli ltetinirliiBr. Our repiir department is In charge ot cxrertp. and all work-repiiring ch-inlng. regulating-Is fullv guaranted. Reason able prices. MERMOD & JACCARD'S. Ilro-idway and locust. Shorthorn HrecilcrV lluiiqm-t. REPUBLIC Sl'KCIAL. St. Joseph, Mo . Feb. 2. Three hut.dred breeders of pedigreed stock and their friends attended tho banquet of tho Cen tral Shorthorn Breeders' Aocintion at the Trnnlt Hotel In South &t Jo' eph to night. The contention will close with .1 buslnc-s scs on to-morrow. llni TllLlt nrry Penrnon. I'nriioncn. itnrrnt.ic special Guthrie. Ok.. Feb. 2.-Governor lcrun to-day granted a pardon to Han Pear son of Oklahorra Countv..wbi was sen tenced to two years aim a n.m in im- '" ritorlal Penitentiary at ln"'ng forgery.' February 8. 1001 for Hoy Slabbed Companion. ItElTBLIC Sl'KCIAL EvHnsville. Ind.. Feb. 2.-0!ivrr P . dn t, atnhhi.d James RcbfK-ttlill. ge, S aged 8. to-day, innicung a uangerous wnunti. Pago says' Schoettlm r.nd several other hnvn triefi in roost nun uiivi- nii " fire r.nd he acted in .self-defcf-e. boys are sons of prominent pirents. The Convocation nt Stnnnlhnl. RBI'UBUC SPECIAL. Monroe City. SIo., Feb. 2. The Hannibal convocation, with the Reverend 11. V. Btarr, rector, and tha Reverend K. P. Little of Hannlhal dHn. Is in session al St. Judo's- Church. The Reverends T. A. II Burk. E. P. Little. F. C. Berry. G. V. Preston. H. Vt Roblnon and Homer V. Ctarr are present Bishop Tuttle of St louls delivered an addrei this afternoon. Federal Grand Jorj'a Short .Scaalon. The Federal Grand Jury held a short session yesterday morning. Ahirt.int United States District Attorney Nortonl Is at Mncon. Mo., nnd will return to-morrow, when naturalization frauds v. Ill again be taken up by the Jury- H is ex pected that the Jurors will finish their Bears the Signature of W$&t NOTHING SWEETER OR MORE WHOLESOME THAN MURPHY'S RED GRAVY HAMS AND BACON St. I.l "RED GRVY" Hams, nnil Dried llecf arc tnlld-cnred. t aeiecieii ny competent irmprrtori In every resnecl. All branded and 181. KINLOCH-D 171. work this week. Important developments are exptcted when the final report I made. ontlnn)iona Confirmed. Washington. Feb. 2; The Senate to-day confirmed tli following nominations: John Towler of Massachusetts, Consul General at C'he-Fon. China. Postmasters: Ml-souri ciaience r. Zelsler. Iiunccton: Wil liam B Osterwald. Kestu. Jai-.e. M l'reed man. Mielbvvllle. Iaac V MclMierson. Aurora; annuel R Durham. Piedmont: Thomas L. Hcw den. Slvhlmore T sa. l harlcs II. Pone, lieaumont; II. M. Chcldon. Heckport. WIIITB-STEC1IMAN LUchfleld. Ill . Feb i Mr. Clnrl. .1 White of Venice nnd Ml" llunnah Mechman of this city were married here this morning. j JL WHERE !S THE SLICKEST Man's Shoe Shop in Town? THE Royal 902OLIVEST. WHERE IS THE Hole in the Wall? THE Royal 5(0 OLIVE ST. Where more pairs of Men's Shoos are old than In any other one More In town. WE ARE IP IN FRONT With tho smoothest line of $2.50 SHOES Ever turned out factory. THE ROYAL, SIO una 902 Olln St. II T QUICK MEAL STEELRANGES RINCEN STOVE CO OUR PATTERN DEPABTMEHT AH Patterns 10 CenU All Pattern 92W-I.ADIES' SHIRT WAIST WITH $ yroKB- 32, !!. 36, 33 and 40 inch bust. S20I-MISSE5" SHIRT WAIST WITH . TAXCY YOKE. i 12. 11 and 16 ear?. Indies' Shirt Waist With Yoke. No. 9200. Fancy hlrt waist- made In two fabrics -how dlrterent tones of the same- color in piefeience to "-irons vontrasts this sea "jh. A charming example Is given here, developing in gr in albatrti--. with pale green cloth for 5"ke and trlmmlpg band of dirk greii velvet. The foundation Is a glove-fltted feather boned lining that clones In the center front. The bsek is plain acrcss the houlders nud .ill awn down cloe to tha belt with tiny plait-- In the center. Full fronts aie gathered at tne upper eds;e and arranged on the lining at a. square joke ik-pth. They blouse sllght I over a velvet belt. Tne.voke i straijr .. bak i.nd frunt, forming a deep cap on the "-letves. It has a seam on the shoul der In order to lit closely over the sleeves. The waist f.ctens invisibly unuer a. broail hot. plait of ilnth. with a band of velvet in the center. The co'lar 13 trimmed with a scalloptd protector. Full Tiult iltives aro nmingeil on a fitted li"Inic which is plain at the top. They ait; gathered at the lower edge and. attached to walloped cuffs nvc: which they droop smartly at the back. The collar, yoke .Ind cuffs are finished with bands of velvtt and machine stitching. Shirt waists in this stvle are made of French flannel serge, ladles' cloth or any of the striped "walstipgs" that are manu factured erressv for this purpose. When only or.e fabric !' used, the trim ming portion-" are heavily machina stitched or braided. To n-ake the wait In the medium size will require three jard" of material 36 int-res wide, with one yard for trimming. The pit tern. Xo. 821.0. is cut in ize.s for 32. 31. 36, 33 and Id inch bust measure. MIres" Shirt Waist With Fancy Yoke. Xo. WM. ?t Hsh rhlrt vvaMs ror winter wv-tr are mnde of two fabrics: In different !ndes of the am color rather than strong contrasts. The illustration shows a smart effect produced In pale-blue la dles' cloth, trimmed with velvet In two tones of blue. The foundation Is a glove-fltted feather boned lining that closes In the center front. The lining- may be omitted anil the Waist adjusted w-Ith shoulder nnd m9 imilW Bffll'ml ' I trf a v mlSmll iSmaff 'I ti i il 1 fwmfMM, MEWm underarm seams. The hick Is plain from neck to belt. The walt closes with large turquoiss buttons and buttonholes worked through a broad center box plait. Two backward turning tucks on the shoulders are stitched down part way. and provide be- ' coming fullness over the trust: this blouses slightly at the belt. A drop oke is Included in the neck seam with tho collar. It has two pointed tabs back and front, nnd one on each .shoulder; the points being fastened with buttons and edged with long silk fringe. The collar is rrovided with tiny tabs to match those on the yoke. , Onc-plei-e bishop sleeves fit the arm j clopoly from shoulder to elbow. They are very wide at the wrist, where tha fullness i.s arranged on fancy cuffs: over which they droop well at the baolc. Waists in thl3 stj le arc made of flannel, serge, cashmere, challl or velveteen and wnen tney are not trimmed with another material the yoke and collar are finished with braid or machine stitching. To make the rhirt waist for a miss or II years will rpqulre two arrti of ma terial 35 Inches wide, with three quarters ot a yard of trimming. The pattern. No. 9204. Is cut in sizes for misses of 12, 11 and 1$ years. riie Repabllc'a Order Blank far Above Patteraa. Be sure and fill In your correct post office address. Send 10 cents (one silver dime) to The Republic Pattern Department. Repub lic building, nnd Inc'nsc this blank properly filled out with -vour name, address nnd bust' measure or age for each pattern ordered. If both patterns are wanted send 20 cents. No. 3200. Ladles' Waist. Price 10 cents. Bust measure Inches. No. 9304. Misses' Waist. Price 10 cents. Ase -...years. Name Post Office Street and No State )erm(ffioYah - InanrtsPnrt,Soft,WhlttSU asa a tMintlral template k con Ecmibb and Tatter, lb. IS. auOntalt aim .1 UttnfaJ unit fOtlin 1 niarl fvimufiisr Ltsto, Vtm Mm . ftmalet, Badav. Soft K.' uu j.d. UM 'rifh EDKKnTslM rVkatm Ikt et kin 1 lanuedT oM br Ornflk. , - - - " nZxZLTZZXl VFZV!""!. Portraits amfTtiUwumiab e.Ti. .L.T, r .. maWM aWWW aaW' Ve Bw tU BKMatA.ato-r AI.K ais ! w" '1 U V I, ,1 n J 'A lrM :.3.g:ftt:.aW3 SfeCJ'''n..iTji;t3-'.. -y; t-.--- Wfri -r"-! ' -r HfU.. -''.- '--?-' -'-s jC . , -t j . -.;"?r .y-ff-'t V:Vffl$-'K 'ii 1 "