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ME ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1904.
V tv a. v STRIVE TO STEM . GRAIN-RATE WAR f k I Eastern Officials Discuss Prob able Effect on Chicago ami l'eoria Gateways. KEPI BMC SPEC! KL. Chicago, rob. 16 A on ferine was held to-d.iy by "Vestirn traffic men u-Jth'a ltw ot seeing if on-ctlih.s cuultl not Ijo done to stem the t!.le in the grain-rate u.ti. Tne Gulf lines iir-ieticallj drcMcd that for the time being t:ie would not m iKu inV redUCliOlla. It v.l nlsn i?l-f..l tint all lines intereslcil would meet the redac tions made by the Alton and Burlington l o.ids. JiiMern-traBio men met and diseued the probable ffect of the cut to South At lantic ports upon the Banna' of Chic.i HO and l'eoria U was decidtd tht no cca-iftn existed for neetins the nductd ratts. Dl 'AVLIfll IOC" F" A nniTrO Crowley .-ind Moms taigelaroplanmiig a rLMTnUUot rAVUnl I to. z'tfvvt'xzzjt ILLINOIS ni.KCTHIC I.IS. f i. Miy Ho I ed in ( oiiut-riinri With i Mlnr I)e-eloilliiclll. i:i'lI!UC SPECIAL, Ilarriobuig, III reli 1C At .1 special nie.-tius of tl e Cit Council, hi'ld liere t Jilrbt. a franchise a granted to the Illi nois arid K Mucky Kallroid Comiuit- to build and operate for tnert ycirs an electric -passenger and freight line along the iirinilji.il Mr.tts, within the corporate limits of the ciu Tho propo-etf line f- to run from tills city, -with to Klis-ltcthionn. et to .Marion, northeast to Uldorado and south east to Carriei .Mills 'i he enterprise N barned b C X Sillier. J 11. JlcCoi-augbev and others of Chi cago, -hu are lnttic'ed in large zIiil. lend and --par mines i-i Pope Hirdin and Saline counties tiiuiut;h which the roiil will pas. The principal office-- wi'I be in ChicJgo Immedlateij after the granting of the iruiLhii- the represuitutles of the coni any notified the Chicago ofl'ce to -,tart shipment ot outfit. ar.il work hi this city will begin at one. nights of waj to points outride of this clt hue already bee.i secured As soon as the roid is completi tl tilt- com- ranj win estaoii-n ore-reduction works and f utories ntar tills cit. 'IIIlMv LINE V lt TllllKnCMlll. n 'iil to Ilmc Sniur nruiu Hale rriiilf-Kf- at I'lillailclplilii. Xe Vork. lb 16 Harmony of rate- in lruiik-line termor- is thriatei ed. the Uuf-falo-Xen York lines opposeil to tho Kuf-filo-l'liiIadelphia-Xw York lires h.niiij sorted notico that tr-e freight rate on lake giain for export will b rtductti Wednesday xo ; cents for 101 pounds be ?nn Hurfalo and Xv Yoik v mis reduction means an alolilion o' tj,e dllTerential initiated by the l'enn-l-J?".laJa,nd tne LehIKh Valley In faior'of I'lilLidelphla last summer and is designed to gie th port of New- York the tame pmilego heretofore enjojed by inilladel phii. An elTort is being made to confine the light to the comparat!elv Insignificant Kem of lake grain for export, but fears i re expressed that it mav spread to other j lasses of frelKht and upset the hitherto harmonious conditions In trunk-line terri- f- ss-HHBkHn -W s . v ment- whenever possible that is, alter nate iKixlng and wresinng goes. Crowi belietfs that tiigh-cl.iso wres tlers would attract a good bouse here iud lie is talking of bringing ro-ne tif (lie best known men of arious w tights to arpear on the local mat. ETHEL HOWARD. Wiio pliss Gljccrium in The I'loud Trince.' at the 01mpic SINGERS RESIGN BECAUSE ORGANIST IS DISCHARGED. TO CONFEU OV.FA1U RITE!.. l'liKMenrr Coiniuiltei-n From Ttto A Moclutlonit to Meet. At a meeting to-day of the commitee representing the Southwestern and Wcst t rn Passenger associations, in the offices if Acting Joint Agent Hannegan. it is tpected that an understandins will be leached in legard to the rates to the Aorld's Fair from the respective terri tories The Southwestern Committee lias the authority to make a final rate, while the Western Association's committer has illy the power to agree upon a rate to be I icommrndetl to its association. The following are the members of the 'ommittee: Southwestern. George Morton. A Hilton. If C Townsend; Western L. Uakely, Geoige Charlton. G. i'ernll. C.ciicnil MamiKers' Mectinir. A meeting of the General Managers' As sociation will be held this morning at X'nion Station. Jloiiilirrs lake of M. I.co'n Cliureli ( lioir OTeiiHe lit UismiHMil nC 'I heir lender. LIGHTS FORTY FEET HIGH TO ILLUMINATE THE PIKE. No Succenftor for Kenrncy. General Manjger Ilobertson ot the Ter minal Association Ills issued a circular f tatlng that for the present the position of Huperintendcnt Kearnej will be filled by the general minager. nurIiiiKton-lton Ctit-Od. It is .stated that work on the Hurling-ton-Alton cut-oft from Mt-xico to Old Mnn lue is heing pushed vigorously and the line will be ready for operation in June. PHARMACISTS' ELECTION. Annual Meeting of Alumni As .MK'iatiou of .. LonLs College. At tlie annual meeting of the Alumni Association of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy- the following officers were elected: Doctor Robert Sehlueter. prcsi Itnt: C. W. Hahn, first vice president. J. H Scherzlngcr. second vice president: W. ?tockhausen, lecording seeretarv : A. J. i'.rctcher, corresponding secretarj : Charles Gielner. treasurer, and H. Klostermann, rtcistrar. The members of the Executive Commit tee are: B. H. Voepel. Doctor O. B El brerht. Willi tm F. Kahre Doctor O. B. Wall. Jr. William II. Lamont and Doctor Otto T. Claus. Decaue their leadei Professor .lo-tpn Goeptert. oiganist at fet. Leo's Church, was requested to resign Ins posit'on by the pastor, the Reverend father James T. Coffey, the members of the choir tendere 1 their resignation in a bodi. The chuich now has onlv a bos' clioir ratlier Coffey jrve as his reason for requesting the resignation of Professor Goepfert that, huvinz plenty ot talent in ins own parish, he could see no reason for hiring outsiders. Professor Goepfert's position is being filled by M! Hunnon. who has btea directing the junior choir and teaching music in the parochial school without any recompense, while the professor received a salaij of KCO a vear for tnuninj the choir and plaving the organ on Sundavs. This salary will now be siven to Jllss Hannon. blie has organized a i.ew choir and as soon as its member;, are com ix tent thei will sing at the legulir Suu- d.tv sei vices. All sous of rumors aie rife in the puish as a result of tho enforced resig nation of Mr. Goepfert. Hit inott i-ciio-t-tional beina that his retliement wis re. quested becanse of the oM choir's rustom to assemble in a neluhttoriwr gioceiv. vhere the women would t-ke soft drinks while the men of the partv would adjourn to an adjoining saloon. The membeis ot the choir admit all of this, it is sId. but the s.t that this fact w is well known to the former pas'or. now the Mo-t Reveieii 1 J. J Hartv. Archbi"bop of Mnnil i. Eather Coffev last night stated tint he did not request Jlr Goepfert's resign ition hecait'e of this fart, since lie was not aware of the'r prat tice, hut added that if he hitl known of it it would hive fur nished additional gruunds for de'nanding the removal of tho organist. Though all of the members ot the old choir no longer live within its boundaries most of th m did at one time live within its preclnctx and have 1m en singing in St Leo's choir since it was organize-d The members of the old choir aie. J i'n r. Hellrung bas3; Henrv Heinz, bass; Cornelius I; mer ami E Hartmen. tenors. Miss Pirdio Moyarliv. Mrs William Deppc, Mrs. Henrv Hein7 sopranos an 1 Miss Anna Iliike, alio With the excep tion of Professor Goepfert. not one tif the mtmberH of tho choir was paid SALOON OPENED IN JACKSON. Town and County Authorities Aie at War. Jackson. K., Feb. 16 For the first time a legal saloon was established here to-diy when Matt Ci-awford took out a license, paving STiVO tlierefoi. Recently the Town Council adopted a lesolutien licensing saloons. In the face of a lesi-lative enactment prohibiting s lccns in Jackson Numeious blind tigers are still in opt ration here. Ilobrrt InmrNn I'lnut llnriiM, REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Joplin, Mo, Fell 10 The concentiating plant ot the Robert Ingersoll Mining Company, two miles cat of Joplin, was totally destrojetl by fire to-night. The plant was In operation during tLe div, and tlie lire vvas banked in the engine room to-night. The mine and mill is owned by Barlow Brother and Bolen, all of Illoomington. 111. The damage Is esti mated at J10 0CO. LMOX. t OMMITTEE MKB1S "10-I. lresb terlun mitl Cuiiilierlainl Pren li tfrliiii ReiircHCiiliiliveM Arrive. Members of the committees en Oiganic Fn'on of the Presbv ten in and the Cum berland Preshj teri in charclus arnved In the city last night to hold a meetirg at the Southern Hotel to-dav The committees will hold separate meet ings to discuss a basis of union for thee two branches of the Presbv ttrlan Church In the event lb it the two committi es reach t ratisfaclorv agreement favorable reports will be submitted to the general assemblies of the two denominations It is e"t-K"ltii that a-s-emblles will then authorize the union of tlie denomination The movement to effct the union wa'i started about (no jeor ago ird a pre- iimiinrv meeting was neid i)ere last ueto ler. ( t iirrnsioiiiiirf III lluiltl ( I til house mid Furnish 'I Jekt-tM tt Nevvspnper Vlen. A ro of aie liglit- fortv feet liljh will illu-ninaie the World's Talr I'ike at night. Mich an ariansemont has lit en requeued b the Exposition Conce't-ionaires' Asso ciation ami it is a'nnounced tint th Bo ird of Dirtctors lias practically decided in la vor ot the illumination. The Concessionaires' Association Iield a mioker at tlie Planters Hotel last niiit .md discussed informally spiral matters ot common iulertst to the members. H. F. McGarvic. pre-ident of the as-ociation. stattd that the proposed concessionaires' clubhtiusie would 1c erectid immttliatelj. A -site on the Pike reserve has been do iiattd In- X B tlregg. chairman of the Board ol Concessions. Ariangements lor accommodating the members of the press of the United Males with free admission tickets to the shims on the Pike were also discussed It i'i os tinated that 1 ih.0m tickets will be re tiuiitt' for dNtriLutlon among the various iietspiors of the countrv. A ommittee to arrange for a ban quet of the concession ilres. Exposition of ficials tnd mtrilier-. tif the press w isltip potntetl. 'Tlie banqu--t will be htld in the coi ct-isIonaliMs' clubhoust immediatelv befoie the oiienin.; of the Woild's l'air. " iiiei s joi hn vi.isi' nn. St I imiIh Anmtfiir OrK.lli'lltIou Is M-iLiiiK Elnboriitr I'lunx. Amateur JouranlM's Daj at the Wot IiVs iair vas discusseil at the fourth annual banquet of lb- Amateur Journal ists' Club last night at the Brcitllns Cafe. on Itroulwav. 'Ilif Boird of World's Fair Directors has set apart Julv as the da for the amattur jouiiali'is Elaborate arrange ments are being made lor the ocevsum and main thousand visitors Iioin various parts of the toumrv are exiiectetl The erganiy uioiis wnicli will be largely rei resentetl on that tlaj are the Western IMS-. Association, the international ITe-s Assiciution and the lulled Pre 'a A.sso ciatlou ot Ameiica. In- baiitmet was,atttndtd by about fortv guests mi addltio-i to the regular membtrs ot the club lit nrv C. Wt hking acted us toastmaster. 7- Li '"k-r,t'.. ";' lh-ir subjects were: (.irnrles A eiidemutli, "Amateur Jout nalism e.i or. A. Kendall. "The St. Lotus Amatem Journalistic Club"- A M. Adams 'Amateur Versus Professional"; John N Kendall. "The Ladies" M Al mtdi.i Thomas. -Tht Gentlemep''-'c W II. Pinekert "T-e Am item Editor 'and ,e"V.,A irl,'.m '"wn-end. 'Our Super--tl-.""u" .4.,Iul iIem,'"rs "'' NAPI-um Bur ton. The Amateur Journalist and Photographer. LECTLHES ( Till! KXI'OMTION. orclsru MIs- i'im;km. or vniv. stmiiat. Cnliniiue Council to Give Hitnquct. Caliannu Council. Xo. 1201. of the Royal Arc?num. will give a lianquet Saturday evening at the Dutch Room at the Ham ilton Hotel, at Maple and Hamilton ave nues. Among the speakers will be Frank vvvman. James Espj. Frank E. Richev and Lester M. Hall Dietl tin (tip Twentieth Voniv ers:ir of Her IIiisIiiiihPk Ilenth. Mrs. Hnsel Marie Stahihut, 7", ears old. of Edwardsville who died Montlaj. is survived In seven childre.i. thntj-sx grandchinren and one g-eat-grandrhi'.d The flint ral will take pi ice to dav at 11.C0 o'clock fiom the Eden Evimjelicil Church. Mrs Ft ililhut's husband tl eil just twentv eirs to the da and hour befoie she pa-sed aw.i. . '. T. I. Prajt-r Sen Ire. Tlie Evangelistic Dtnartmcnt of tie W. C T. IT has issued a e ill for a spe ill prajer meeting to be he'd at II o cloe'e to-morrow mo-ning at Xo nil Locust street The membe-s are making sp'i il efforts to have the saloons closed on Sun dav ami to drive them from the vicinity Ul lilt' tiu - 1 .11 nitiwiiu'. sli tMluentlav trv iecs. Ash Wednesday services will b- hell in most ot tlie churches to-d iv In Cith olic circles the so'einnizatinn of marriages is forbidden from row until Easter, and among manv Christian denomtn itions so cial festivities will five aj to prajer for the next forty dus For Benefit of Woinnn'w Mttiiur s,0tietv. George A. Kessler. chief landscape ar tist at the World's Fair, delivered tlie lirst of a scries of live lectures on the World's Fair for tlie bent tit of the Worn in's For eign Missionarv Socittv and Young In dus' Mi'-siou last t vening at St. John's M E Chuich, South, cornel of King's highwav ami Washington boulevard llies. lectins will be dellverttl every evenlng up to and hit hiding- March 10 Tie following World's Fall oihcials have volunticred to speak. February it! Ed waid F Hcclc. "Lxlnl it Features"; March 1. F. V. i a vim, "Horticulture and Agri culture"; March h. John C. Lcbens. "Itow !!tt to See the Exposition, Its Sculp ture." ai d March F, W.I .McGe. De li irtment of Anthropoiogv." CKNBR'iI. n'IMJ M1TK. Talk of Xen Tracks in South anil x,orth VVrlle'li Chnneen l.oeHllj. Another race tracl: is planned for the Witern turf, according to late reports, the sie of the new course being Vicks burg. Mi". XZ P. Sutton and several otht r piomoteis connected vlth turf interests have ai.nouncej their intention of building a track tin re. li. J. Cunningham, a bsokmakei. is also connected with the enterprise, 'and the moving spnts believe they will have a monev -making game. The tiack is on the direct line of the railvay. making It easy to ship and utifhlp horses, and tlie pro moters Hate that a meeting Is planned foi a pt riod just before the Xew Orleans intet and fur a few da3 at its close. The track Is to bj a mile In circuit and the pcmotcrs aseert that thej do not in tend the building of the course to mean defiance to the V. estetn Jockev Club. Tbev found their belief on the nropnects for a track at such a small place on the success of the meeting held at Birming ham. Ala . a fow vcars a-;o. The town had about 'SkWO imputation at that time, jet the avciage dai! attendance was -aid to be mere than .".i-W While Vieksburg is liudlj expected to do till well, the pio mtttrs llgjre that thtv em make a piclitable Riime out of the spoit. Talk has bttn iiuieiil for some tlmr concerning the tt.iullsirient of ,t run ning ti-ack it Graml Rapids. Mich Theie is no ordm..nce against belting In Michi gan, tlie Detioit track has piovetl a good monev -maker. Graml Rapids is a citv ot 'on-ddci-able populitien. and the pro motf is tiguie that a Held may be available lliele. It is slid tint i tiottinc inck at Grand Rapids t in leadiiv be ti jpsforircil into a running eouise. and that a movement Is quietlj on loot to effect this ti.insforma-tion Bernard J. Welltt. bttur known as Bai ncv Welle', the hool.makci. intends to de put for Kurcpe on a p'easuie toui afti r the luuniug of the American Deibv, and announces tint ho will spi lid some months on the other side of tie vattr. Weller ex lessed his views on Western lacing in a convt rsniion tlie other daj. and handed down .n opinion which -tiiiied proper. Tills i- to tlie effct that bookmakers owning horses -'ioultl not be allowed to book on laces In which then entrv starts The Metropolitan As-otlation ol tlie East has such a rule ..lready in force and ho sugge-t- that tlie West adopt some sUcn ruling He believes tint tlie bookm ikers should form an association and agree on suth a move, inasmuch as the Western Jockev Club has bv-Iaws pieventing Its cognition or bettiu::. Tbere will lie quite an exodus of local turfmen toward the South this week, an adv. .nee guard being ?pedu'ed to depart in rea liness for the opening of tlv Hot Spill gs 'eason. Amone those who will ltkelv be In the part ure the offlcials of the new track at the Spring-. Associate Judge Wa'sh ot the Vnion Jockev Club has alroadv been appointed paddock iutlge at Hot Springs, hut he n.i decline the offer. He has not vet banded down anv delinite decision on the point Patrol Judge Fisher will drpait next week. Charley Jone". who is scheduled to hold foith from the Vical pres Imixcs as caber the coining season, will serve in the same capacitv at the Springs. Many local horse mtn have also expressed their intention or running down to see tbe opening of tlie track. Judge Joe Murphj will be one of tit" llr-t to depart. Rome Respass, the Cincinnati horse man, ha-" entered thirty horses in the stakes of the Fair Association He has Dick Welles in the World's Fair Handi cap or JjO.Oo. and as conjectures on the probable winner are already In force. cick ins neen seieneti y manv horse men to turn the trick. Arguments can be advanced to show whj eacli and ever' individual entrv in the llg race should win. hands down. It 's tiii, fact whicn makes letting a possl blllti on a race track. The arguments of the Dick Welles coining, nt are plausi ble, at least, and bear repetition. The supKrters of the gre it horse assert that he has never vet shown anvthmg to rubMantiate the accusation that lie likes t sprint onls. They iy that he can go a distance, but that even If he Is limited to a mile, thev ci ilm that he can l tin the rest of the field dizzy bv getting oft in front ami then coming home easilv for the last quarter. "Dirk Wellc can run six furlongs in in ami lie cantering." said a partisan of the animal vesterdav. "He can go the mile In l.TH Even if he has done his btt at that stage, he will have tlie others so dlzzv that he can gallop the rest of the v.av. He don't mind weight and it looks as if he were the winner. "Dick's whole game will be to get off in front, rut. bis lx furloncs nt- a mil.. Jit a ttrrlile rate and then to commence his final effort. Ho can go his mile and still have enouRl. left to hold his own with the bunch behind him." RIVER NEWS. Rise nntl Fall of tbr River For 14 hoars ending nt 7 a m : su Louis. Tucsdv. Teb. IS. Mt. Stations. DanKer.Gauc CbanKQ J'ltt-LuiE :lu -I -! Parkt-rstmnr 3 0 10 T -t.3 I'inrlnnatl .... VI 'i t ' - c Lmilsulle t 1 7 -0 0 Nashville 4)0 7 -Q.i fiatlanoosa ......... 33 0 ." -" t Pier. nc 1ft 0 2 t -0 - Ichr.ontlllc 211 '-a -0 Z K..Ti!le 3j ii io s '1.4 st. Paul 14 ) .... Frozen Dubuque -J5 0 .... Frcztn Dair.nort IV 0 .... Frozen KeoI'uJ 15 il . .. Frozen Omaha IS 0 .... .... Orafitm zt 0 n -0 4 tvarsac Citv -MO 7; I HoG-nllle Si i 6l -0.1 Herr.-ann Jill C . -el St Luuts 3110 111 "III Cm-ster W0 3 JS t'ftlro . . ... 45 tf 22 ", 0 7 Memphis . ...SO u 1 ' r, Utile Itotk . . .. 'J3 0 4 5 "0 1 V ick-lmrir " 0 il s - 2 siirevli-t . - ? II " " Sit tl buns ... It, 0 7 J -0.3 itlte. -Fall. m fig KHYPTOK" The C.ew Invisible Bifocal Lenses. An announcement-of extraordinary interest to all who require different glasses for distance than for reading:. ( -f ' i i:i)Am il rowik. Ij.h1 Korecjst OfticUL ICittrr Forecnit. The rhcrs In IH district will fall !.! Cur ins thi- next 'J I,ur Itiicr iii: HaInri. Hctt r 1111," r-teril.i5 rnarkpii V I fit, irrtli tilntr a ri ct ) of a f"t in n h nr liii"lm"f jlcns il' Lee jcsen'a nH tlull. V..i'h.i told nnj rlt? 'lo-DnjN Weather. I'crilj rloud and wortnT lU.rr RInllo Hrcrltlcs. Tlie fontfr.ur.i coM weither jrstpr.laj RTin fcrcej th tP3nier CTistPr and (lrr Hal to remain .it th wl arf It t now rxprctl that Tt uttrmpt III lie male to end thm out until ii-xt wk Captain T II IMI I rllotins on i Mil ited transfr nt-amer pljirg between Hakman and roIumbti' - CMptnin IS'IH Williams of (alro was among the Cillers nt tip II trbor room V-tuln nurd Ilmton :natpr nf tin? tpani r rhtf-r. has return-i from I'aduc-Ui, K Nut fr mam 5fai". old rhfrmen a. ha tr-or btfH ft miKh lit In the ilier blow ah as thre I at irrunt aiUln Martin Micna! f fat Iynil 1 l" iilnjr iu LiuwUMe. Jw lie in tr.leaxcrinK to jutciaif a smill tftwboit- -Th. murln pn?Irrp at Ciiro Ime decll-;d to In-f th cal for iranfers boat" to Ji n a inorir rhar't Vn MfiHrifT. for many ejr i l kiKiT.n liter lltr inglnrer committed tuk.tic QL Qu1ik lit. NOT LIKE THIS. Tlie e-1 n in s j !ili':ir:ini o tintl iii.iii ulijoelloiiiililt- ff.iture's of till.' dill stjli lllfoe'ill show It .lliovi- linvf liifii iliiuc .iw.iy irith :n "Kritok" Uio ni'U invisible 151 fui.il I.etisi-s. ($ NEW -A, JUST LIKE THIS. A nvar anil r.ir le'iis in tngio funic vvitlmut enteUs or line . To the ontsiilt-r tliey look like the nrilii'.iry sin-iie focus ' i,-l.i-Tti the vve.trei' they :tie tlie most lTfO( t I'tfot.ils ever linnlueeil. "Kryptok" Lenses are made exclusively by Aloe's in the State of Missouri, and cannot be obtained anywhere else. Ask to see them or send for descriptive circular. mA eBBy!ajW LOE'S 9 OPTICAL AUTHORITIES OF AMERICA, 553 OLBVE STREET. KODAKS -EHCISEEHIHC INSTHUMENTS-ARTISTS' MATERIALS Ilv Te'l-r-jraiill. KKI'L'UI.Il' -I'B'IAI. llr.-iuM . Tnil . IVb 1' Til,' llvt-r lwtj .ttnls n '. frt .i'i tbr .rauc . a its tit ft in In U'l "4 hmir rtu- i'steri. le KOt aJJ it 11 -o a ni for Ahlit l.hc 'lu,'rt ,' ls- fur 1 rlafs I'olnl. Ill" J W. llatkln 10- MkJrsat Ittver. tli Delta for Mrkaouri; anil reid IIut'M aro all loaded anl nltt leave ti nleht if lliei tan set creni of reujtaliut". Til" tiiJvbn.lt Charlcv i:-otn that iw-ped here last smmUv vtllh a Me low tf roil for Ne Orl.in KTounle.1 Iv Iht.- of mal at I"lnii Oi A niilta lto here, nils morninc and ha' telecniDheil h-e for help Receipts liv river lo-.iav were IM) Iml.s cottoti and -.140 saeks cotttn seett ralucili Kr. Ih 15 The aauise reads to nieht IS fett ami lis nr Weather jerv cold and vviml from the north. IJlck Iowler to t'airo it s a ir Ilonk'n from lvanvlll at 6 li m and lift at s v. n Uelave.1 In bad nmthfr and "hort crem. Code, from the Ten r.ee Itlver and Memithis. ce out in her nl ice to innrrot" Considerable li e lias'illK here lo-dai. mutlv out of the Wana-li. anil lleiv nude N'o tlonaire liInic dene ind verv little Interference vtlth navl-atiui Ilarrett an.l ton of lumtier tin frori the SIIKtinul ot noon Lo cal packets In ind out on time ,,,., cluster III. 1-eh. 10-i:auft i feet: tat!on nij Weather fair and cold Ice -tuaticn un- Grand Tower. Ill l'eh 16 -Ice I. heavier to dav Cairn ri-ada 1 1 feel and rl"i-K. VVcatlier elnu.iv ainl co'd. . . ., Burlin-ton. la 1 eli lb The present sine of th titer i- 4 ffel - licliet alioveio -water mark, falling VVeathtr clear aid tiller. Mtr- curj- i below thi morning: ,., I'lttsb'irs. IM . leb. Ill River 6 C ft. falling qt Daiis I.land earn. 'lear. co'd Whtelmi. . Va I'eti IB.-River S feet 8 inche falline Clear: verv cold. Cincinnati. O I'eb 1 -Hirer 11 feet, fall inir I our tlenartiire- ir.ear. cold. i ..i-. tit K-, i.i. is niver falunir. In canal 5. on fall's 7 3: b-Itivv locks r 3. Clear "-SS. 11.1. Feb Il-O-US- 1- M fisjt a fall of 1 in me ua-i -t nuui- .v,..j ..- Ct-.iIro III, Keb ll River sttuge reads "3 S. holn a rl-e of S .lurincthe la-t 24 lo Weather eloudv ml told The Charles Iirown arrlte.1 from the Urnr MIsl-slppI at i a m vtlth tow of eniptj ceial barge- she .Ie-arte.1 ill. the Ohio nt 4 a m The Exporter i"ed from Hie ft per e"iio to ti-e letter Vl--bulipl at 7 l in vtlth tmr t f t ml The Man Hichn-N passed fn m the Upper Ohio to the Im-r MI--vlfslppi nt 7 il m with empties. The nick TVmler was In ami o it on time. The ijanett arrli-1 frori the iwer .Vllljslrl I t "i m with tow of lumber she cleared for the t rper Ohio nt 6 a in The I!aer arrived from tne t-....n nt.l.i t 1 ti nt nvansvlllf. Ird. Keb Is ltiver "IS rislni; itnL. kstatc Tit x-ri:n. CHi:ilOKKK-4 ft I'i In. . s. - e. tor. Louisiana, ulv bloek ISs. lilward II Ilroekh.us ami wife to llenrj A. PRETTY MASQUE DECEIVES CLAYTON POLITICIANS. Ifier Ituvlns: Mmi I'.tvor itml Sut- lie-r Itir tlrat'tive- .'fiirf" SIkiihI tt I uihhmU Ilt've'fiK IIun. ,me bid hirdij tead3. Calves of ary we's'it or rteh did n.t "liotv an larticular change. TKXV'J .VM) IXDIV.V STB'JR-s. 44 ri ir. ir ni l V. I'M. 1133 1177 . 1177 1114 7;u . Gf... l'r 14 1 At. l'r , 1W)...J! li) " J". 3 1) 3 f . l-7 41. .PI17. 1" .. -74 . 7., . 'is... &3 3 : "t "3 . 3 W Xo. At. IT ..1W3...5I I" 61. li... 4... 3 ' 133... 3 7 ll... 3 S , CO.. . t.l) 17 CS... 3.4.) feet: $ it In . n s . ami Ilertl-oltl. In Un- clt M-Kk 4SJSIS: to United Impiove- ! DOCTOR COFl CURES Prostatic Troubles tcrmanently ci-red no matter how lone -tandlnt- the tilEeate, In from 5 to "0 days. Stricture cured in 15 dajs. xv lth out cutting, pain, drugs or detection from business. D8SEASES OF MEM Private Diseases cured In 2 to 10 diy. without tlio use of poi sonous drugs. Nervous Debility Cures quick unci radi cal in 2D to 6" da -. by mj own famous methrHi. Varicocele Cures without cuttlnc In from 3 to 10 diys. Blood Poison Kvery vestige of poi son removed from as tem without nid of mercury or potash. fTonsuItatlon is free nnrt Invited, and in nntiilt!nr, me. inu nvav be sure that nothlns that science'ean devise or skill perfect has bctn-left undone to afford jou a speedy, safe and permanent cure. vvitiAE. me in run connaence. explaining; vour irouoies.ns iny appear to you. ana receive oy return man mynonest ana cannia opinion ot jour case. lt OLIVE STRKET.'STf. LOliliCAMO. rlf iiuuii; so, in va a p ". ounua-ii, y 10 - only Wasting Weakness Time of cure, 10 to to day.s. by my original, very simple remedy (used exclusively by rnc. AM Mono -'Wo tie Exftctti uniu a cure is niucica. ' J you. and receive by return mail m: I DR. COOK MEDICAL CO. o. H -J Nii:s i)iii!i: imii.i: u:.. (.unliiit'r nnil Cnrtcr u C'lnxli I'ri.lnj !:v filing :U tlilvvnukcc tScor-so G.'rtlinei and Kid C.irlti are s-heiluleil to liox in .Milwaukee ne.t I'ri tla evening, the contest twins the most promi-lne; ended In that elty foi the last few 'rasons. Gardiner has alrcadj reached the plaee-. and is now training. Carter is In New Vork. Gaidinor U iitl to show signs of his battle-i w 'th J'ramy Drlscoll nmi -r-.i Cole;.- the lnrmer IlKht-lieivy-weislit chaniiiior. s eves being discolored and swollen, r.-d his mouth badly cut. It is Miior.illv eoneid"tl tint his nputation tlld int prtillt to anv extent bv his vietnri. . over thf tvo lighters, as it was ts..mi,t that in should hue -on mucli more tie- He is now being handled bj Emil TinlP, who will be iecollectod here as having bandied Vr.ngcr nnd Forbes -alien Ihosw flshtcr put up two of their best bouts Tlilcry spoms tu have the facultv of getting a man into shape to go a, route and 't Is believetl that he .-.n mt.. Girdlner round Into -haiie without much illllicuity. lienny Yanger nntl Eddie Ilanlon imy gct toRetliet in a siv-rnunil bout at Clii engo. a elub of tli.it city having offered a pure of J2.0W Ualon is still in the East and. It Is said, is anloub to battle some good man bc'oro a club In this section of the eountry. Yanger is also anxious for another Hi nt the sole fighter who ins ever received a decision over him Their lirst encounter was a twentv-round draw, their next bat tle a tvventj -round go. resulting in ""an ion's favor and fought September 23 Hst lloth fights were contested In Sin Fran cisco Exactly vvlnt Kind of a verdict Hanlon could lcok for in a Chicago club Is a mat ter he doubtles. will reflect on before en tering Into any deal What looks better for him is a light which will likelv be offered to him here Charley Haughton of the West End Club "tated tome time ago tint he would like , iu m lieu in.' tit. ... .tint it mey agree to Knottier battle the local institution will prooably be a bidder. No bout lias been arranged for the new club to be kic-atcil on I'ranklin avenue uea Aitcoij''iiiuu &ut:?ir out jacK I lil"M7IIAl. SHOOTING ITKMV. rolleeniitn I'lillllpx Mndp llritt Itovol. vrr Score Practice nt llobrinnv illc. Ill levolvcr practice of tlie Sixth Dis trict squad jtsterday Patrolmun It. Phil lips led the division with a total score of 112. while Patrolman Ball, an expert of Inst vear, was setond. with 10?. N. Phil lips w. is third, with a totul of 1X. Other scores were: Dovle, tin. King. T9, Dunn S7; Ilciike, 62: Sergeant King. 92. Tlie Seventh District squall will practleo to-morrow. i J 'old weather Viiid a strong vviml pl.ivctl havor with the scores shut on tlie Hnb ringvllle range Sund-iy. some good marks btlng made, at that, by certain experts. Flank Kurka showid up as usual iiml did some good work in spite of the condi tions. On tlie twent-flie-rlng tarket at 23 vanl. lie shot several scores, tho lowest being IS" W. P. Ilocsslcr did good work at the distance, his lit t m irk being 20i points, as opposid to Kurka's 207. Cap tain Citecj did only fairly well at the lonj rangt In it special match between Doctor K7s- I r and X Matin's, shot sevtral tlajs ago, some food wurk was done eonsider ing coi'ditlons under which they con testetl. Doctor Kessler made four scores of 2im. 2M, 221 and 2W. while Jlatheis scoreu ia, 2ir. J'J4 anil as In the shoot of last Sunday, several mem' eis made scort s of live shots. Their marks were: v. Bauer. 101: 12 Eckst-dc, ai, Aitnile. Wt, V. r. Rots-ler. 101 In the miteh of the lemalning contestants, the following scores were made, r Kurka 113 Tj2 1ST 107 vv. r. itoeier i" :ii ids .o; K l:Jstdet . ...I ISC i: 1'. Creecj 171 177 170 Secietarv John 1. Winston of the Springs alley Gun Club has issued a list of events for the trap shooting tourney. scheduled for West Bidet next week. Commencing Tuesday, February 23, the events will continue through Friday, Fcb ru iry 26 Targets and live birds will be used in nltern ition Events for tlie first day are the Pielimlnaiy and West Baden handi caps at targets, while a special live-bird handicap will be shot Thursday at flftv piseons. THE WEATHER, Official Forecast for To-Day and To-Morrow. Wathlnffton. Tel. 16 Forec?t: Missouri "lou.lt ard warmrr lncIat, pmbahlv followed bv nov-. Thursda, fair. Nildip In wrst nortlon Illinois IncraHnx cloud!i"- anil not ro cold f-dnpoilay; unow and colder In north and now In uuth portlcn at nlsht or Tliursdaj; cat to uth--at wind. Increalnjp In force. Arkansas armer and cloudi Wednesda ; probablj rain Thursda, fair; colder In west lortl m Iowa Inrreaslnx cloudiness and warmer "Wednesday, with tnow in afternocn or night. Thursda. probahlv fair, with colder In east IortIon Western Texan Fair 'Uedneda; colder In extreme wet portion Thurtla. fair. Eastern Texas Italn cdnedaj, except on the coast fresh pouth winds, shlftlne to north west b Thursdaj. Nebraska Snow "WedneFda warmer In east portion Thursday probably fair. Kansas Rain or snow ind warmer "Wednes da Thurda. fair colder. Oklahoma and Indian Territorj Cloudv and warmer Wedneidav. ,Thurda. fair; colder. special riter bulletin: Earnings hate been Issued for a marked riw in the Uoper Sacra mento. Yuba and American rhers of California, Mennrtl Street Fropcrt Sold. George J. Wanstrath rassed the deeds for property Nos. 1C0S and 160S Menard street jesterday. They are fine tno mcat market on the first floor and the remainder In flats. In the rear Is a --table. I-ot 40x103 feet 6 inches to an al ley. Sold for the account of Jacob Gnersens to Joseph Macner for $9.20") cash. The purchaser tvlll occupy the property. lWnkhaii"- d cia ic-;2S rt it; ft. s2 iu . n doll f FiibdiwMon, -UiKL-t I-iind o nieni i o w fi Dr-hTftniMN JJ It ) In. s . bt. Twntv-fri-l and I'lorl-int. oit blnck lit?) also jt ft,- F.nrar. bet Twn teeowl .ind Plorivant, citv Mock ,?. iifii-.t schiit rm..nn. bj t-x-cutrlx. unt!illed one-Ixtli Inter t er 'n d . DI.UMAK-r-0 ft . s . l--t Lake- and Lnion. clt block ;u-0. William I. i;ra anl wif 1 fi'tt-e. to Iu!- M)lndlr 1rute-s f-e"l KlOKIAN"T 130 ft ' -. belli-; 3Jjj ricrl-i-i.ni, iit bl.trk 2101. Frank H'w deeker et al to llht-lmin- Sm hnett Sivve. uiuiidrd thit--fiurth lnterc-t w il ri.t-R15---lNT---3rt ft . s c . lxt Union ard ollije. cit blovk 33. TherF i AIctch an 1 hutand t Jaco! Mo ls-kv n d.. C-HND-S ft A In . v .. bet Von IMiuI ami Wilr i-itt bl-vk 2;. Daniel G. -dlwr. b, tr . to Francis M Oall - tr d . .. . OHAM) 3T. f t . n rt l-"lr(; No. -1421 south Grand cit block IV. Henry II. I -ei.fer ti Mir la I IVlffer t d (REFR 3 ft Tl In . n l--t. ,V. tad and 1ai-r -it block 3f.is. hirle-- K Dunkerlev to Ulsab-th Allen w d JKFFKRsOX 2. ft . -. r . iKinis No. 3b. onth Iefferon. citv bli k 1711V. At--uKt V Daue and wif- to H-vnrd Nufer and wife w d LKUIL r ft 11 In. i. bet Marcu and Talor. ritj block 3711 John . Holme t and wife to Otto I'Uinan o.t' d . i.ATOV-V) ft., n f . n - cxr Ueiu innnt. i Itj blocks 9-i harlf A llt man to ImiKlai Hut1 dine Hill an 1 Hotel Co w d . . .... IKI hT--fi3 ft . n -.let Kurrn,! and I irtpenth. cltx block 25 Jinu reellni and wife to Th-o.lote Hcni- nieiman l .ir w u WNTON JS ft 1 In n J- . 1 t. Fmih and n-trlvant rlt block 3T-:. lohn J I.utz and wife to Ht-nrj Stick fort w d MOHUlsOX ;5 ft . n bet Nlnt.i and Tenth. clt block 467E G-"-l"re-, am1 wlto to John I Iiobrileit and wif w d . . . ... MKNItI-n ft e ".bet Carroll and Julia. cit block 25- lacnb Ooeruens ard wife to Jo-ph 3Iacner .tnd wif w d . MIU.rkl'Ul)T-; ft h. bet. Itl-ilr and rourtenth. cltj block HE". Ma rsa rt tbft K ulnee. b t rute-. to Thermo Ktilre tr 's d NO niONT-12 It 2 !:. bj 111 ft Z In . south of Oelinar, in United State fi.Me-i 37S slmoi ui Itaalte and wife et al to Christine Stidle qtc. d NO FRONT J ft 02 In . north of KIneberr tnct 1 S urvev 37S, Pchuchminn nealt Foinnan. to Cuban lal Ala! Comrant w L NO ?RONT 12 ft 2 In b 111 ft. 21 In fcotith of Dolmar In I. sur .pv i78. Christine Stolid to -Imon Van Haaltn nnd vlfe et al qtc d NO FRONT-1- ft 2 In . nou.h of Pelmar I iiri -7S; Mtrl tcheu to Simon a.i Ilaalte ct nt. ntc. d NO FROX r 12 ft 2 In . outl! of 'elmar. F ? sure-, 37S simon Van Rnaite et al to llari'- -.heu w d 0'FI.T.O-1M ft 6 In n t. h mz 1U1 end 13 3 O Fallon. cit Mock J2M; plo 13 ft IU In . n. o Fallon n e cor N Internh. cit block 220 I.orenz Wllhftm and wife to Frank Wllbe'm-w d O FAM.ON-.1o ft in. n. . binc 1H31 and I-i1 O Fallon al-so 13 ft 7--In on north Fldo O Fallon n. e co-. Mnet--ntn clt block 2. Frank WIlhelTi and wife to Iorcnz Wllheln and wife w d SIIERIDtX 71 ft 11 hi n Iw-lnc 203-11-13-13 Sheridan clt Idcrk 1V.J. t nnrle Wlccins tn AuclaUb- . Har nftt w d HIENANPOAH V ft a , bt Thur-inn.l-"ui--ard and Klentm. clt Hchk -,"26 e'ler Mercantile "o to Au-u-t II shaver, d . TWKNTIKTH-M ft. w. . It. Iirem-n nnd Iirrar, cit. block llfi;. harI-R Sthnuck et al to Lculs H. Hmpl mann w d TENNFSSEK 2S ft., w. -- . lt SI Iney and MocnoIIa. c!ti Mock 1I: Fo'kert H. Tolker and wife to Emll Maier WASHINGTON 34 ft." 2 "in". n"f-"." b-inV No 43S VahinRtn city bock -15.16. f-amuel T. Fultcn to Albert Majcott w d WEST TMNK 32 ft. In . s s beim; No 2M Vft Fine citv hlo-k TTfi Ann'e Maud Tlodeman and husband to Hcnrltta Bull w. d :,xo 91 2.50J A tart of Clajton polltlcum v.ho at tended the annual maquerJde ball of the Crete Coeur Farmer"; Clnh .t Cret.e CfM-ur Mondtt nlht tro thp ubjtrtt- of tnnrHiVnM- ndicule anions; tliair a--oci-ate ei-rd.iy .h-n a fjimtr from that place repcrted th.it the had b-eix dupeil bj a natl who had i Ire; sod as a noman ard Krpt up tho deception until one of them hid pjid for "her" supper The Clayton party consisted of Charie Autenrieth. Jude JVed 1 Kertli. Justice I W. Campbell, Harr.t Sohneoko. G. A. Bode, Hduard Wilkie and J B. Mueller. It N ;aid that some of them led with one another in courting the "lotely dim eel by bujincr her sodt water (,4-he" re futed beer), caramels and chocolate bon bon. Autenrieth distanced hs rhals, hotteter, whm the supper march tas an nounced and they trailed behind him and "the lad" with Jealous ejes. The marker- dofftd thtir di;guies at the supper table and a loud laugh went up from the assemblage tthrn the joLe va- di-coered. t-ali lorn by Car, Abe BaiUt. 5) jears old, who lite In i.eon.ud. Te , but uho is attenclinRr the WahinKton Cmer-lt. was struck by an ("istboatitl Marktt .tiU f-at earlj je&ter daj morninB t tbu corner ot 'Jwentieth and Mark t tre t- He wax taken to the Citv Hospital, w-lu.ii- Doctoi Bruen Htated that, while the scalp bad been torn badl. he did not consider th wounds were te-rlous. EYanvi Hie nt Mercj of Fire. REFUIIL-lf "-l-ECIAU CtanstHle, Ind. FcK 1C W Hh the new waterwurk- closed don becaue of aeei-dt-nt. and one id the two ordinary sized pumping bolt1 torn from its moorings bt Ice. but a -imll nipplv of water is being furnished thH cit. There reallt is a water famine. Ktan-ville would prohi- bly be at tne intxey or u. oic nre. outlook is far from reass-urlns. .l&v . 3 v. 131 3 Ot W. . 2 . 733... 2 27 IS . 3 75 l0 2Ci 32 iZZ. . 2 25 MINED, tt . 611. . 2 2- hi;lU. Is ..1207... 2 tl 1. K20... 3 thi 2. . S 3... 2 5tl bTGS OXEN". CUA-Eb 1 . lToft . 31...1112.. 1. . 7'Jt.. 201 2.11 The 4 7C-) . Ct.fOO 2.2W S.30O station Master Fox Called Ann. Station .Master Tox returned Sjndaj tnornlnc from Crown Point, Ind . v.nere he accompmied his wife, owing to the -orl-ons Illness of her mother. Mrs. v. A. Northrup. 71 jer-r- old. Ycterd tv ho re cti! ed ii mt8J-aj,e announcing Mr. NTortli-riip"-- death. Mr. To. departed for Crown J'oint a,?ain la--r. night. Fnther ('rlmmi'linunii In Huiidnran. The Ueverend rather Joseph Grlmmels- man. S J. protlneial of the St. I.ouls Frotlnec of Jesuit-, is now in Belize. Brit-I-.U Honduras. Ifrlting the Jesuit institu tion then- The Jesuit Fathers av that l'ritlsh Honduras is thn safest Ootcni nmt in Central America and free from rtAolutlon. Their order has five princi pal rsUKnces there and a large colkge at Belize M i.nE-yrocK siaiikbt. n(he Stiipl aiodernte Ileef Cttle Mtrun IIKH Itunge HiKher. NATIi: CATTLE Ik el fa.e-r- Tlie total re Uts of cnttle were modrrate. b-irg t Climated at atx.) ueo. i-ut a fevt nund.cd .aij.er thin ie iriti j( .w wwk a. wnuj tn- t. das rc tmty t.ta4 v.v-it nt-ju, a-.-iir.st j.u Tor ti me Itnou -h-t wek. Iwj llsnier titan the cvn--M.namx i-t-rtm last )th. me p4-oiHjriioti vf liitnc tat-Ie .u inud'-taie and 1 s Inun'nut tne totit !uh-I eMimute t r tne a 1 iacio-r rtiiUala on ui ido at .uut 2.WJ nau. affainc r ui wtvit. imirt tar int we?k bui 3Wj. i.i.l ham i --ii it-.itd. bnowins a Uw.rea- l1 if) nead with la-a w.ek. but cuaoiueiaute jarRer thun the same purled a ear a so. a gtin vi .t'-1- i-iil i'in bnwn Tiiin wete Iai In aiming anad It was near 11 f-LKHk Lefo.p tnir- was aiM) tiling lik a x.itaol" iiutm-cr on hatid. arnl ete-n tnn but a Miiail tottiun of the estimate had arntrd lu tis wt-re out as boon as tani- were in a.i I w?re leadv bk.Ur, nd it took but a snort while alter lite catue ttp- rtideJ. tc ure lh- wttt to tm scales Qutlitj -tnowed Ponu iii uvcfint anl tnere .-.m a iniKh let-t-r r-L eaiatln cf tne fc2"t tu kk)1 clas--i of Httcrc. vii whicn -ab tne beat reuuest, witn saits ui to the nm.n nutir on bu-.ii giades lull lo- nismr than M-nda. Altnoush. tnu better kinds anoueii tne mvsi adta.it e gneially, ine Uium utile in Ii tante wtre Vtc hlcher. trade eontinutd sOod thruush tte Utter pirt cf tne oy on un at me 1ik. hisner bH-?i. rtitd v.hlie tbW aatance ltowfU mc-xt plainly - tne letter cla-t'. common to medium kiuu-i Ii I lace i-hw-i tis mutn There wie stld a few tattle Iwck at u lite hour. IJKKF AND UFTCHCI; fcTUERS. Xj. At i'r. X At lr N.- A. IT 31 1 . -J JJ...lo3... 9 J) o ..1J-- .4Ji jt ,i-i. it) -n i4n . iw t-(..,lot- . 4 hj -iJi" 4 t !.. 12.2... 4 w J . 1-J. .4m I'I -3-1 U .11.6 Uli 11J1 1 j J4J 4.0C) 2W HnlldlnK Permit. General Intestment Com nan v. tn bulll a two-ton brick butldlnir at 39S1 to 3X0 Easton avenue: S10 QM. K A Penxler. to build aone-story brick at gQi Minnesota atenue: S2.2ZS Daniel Waldren. to build a two-story frame at G03 Oxford atenue. 52.000 W. A Harem to build tpmnorary frame atorcs on De GletertlUe, near De liaUriere: H3.0CO. w 1 U . 4 .u 1i.4 . 4 . t.utcher Cattleowiuj, iu in litems cf trains tne trade was er qu tt iiuung ths uni hi urs. ijiit bujer-t wne out cai. tad a 0on J-i uUefiliKs I eau to b aiJ-l. tntj tvei nctite cenipctaois ard tn-.it t.a a f uri ht-altli tne to th tuid-. liujei -nuwtd riri-nt- ior lUtters and mtiiuiu cows. nd tlu ihij-t.e-,nt n tt-td i decent t h.o-Mi kid and t-ti HKli irauai wus atliv-. t tiruflt, -r.t,f Wtth ixt-iiflori H a Jn-w.ng Ji(tl . h (fnei. nr l-raw Looil tow arm tatlnfts tl d nut inert with at rnucn latti aint tiiowra none tf ihe aJ anc wniij m-xtd lots tf h?aj netftis an J oijws w-ie il'o "- !-!. wltn id u hiRlit-r. le lafei l alt j! tta? di taa fully as aitlte hh ih .i rn ns tralf p-nd fuli as h Kh Caltes trousnt aovu -tt:aii riifb HLII'KKs. rto At. V No At lr 1 . lUb .$1 2... 6i... J4.1) 1... jb.. 3.ij -... 3.1 2.10 3)... .-- - i' - - W ow and helftr: 1j . ivfc... .. Irf... Ifj! .. 2.Sj COW l...L-... 3.0 lb ..13tm... :) 3... S .. 2 15 VJ ,.11.6 .. - -) iu.. iZ... 3 00 ... biU... 2 Ut lVr head lb . lrt -t c- 26... Ov 7tf .. -67... S,"i I-rlc per I0i p-jiind. , 6i i7... i r HOG1- Another larse sMpmrnt of hoc t.t1 r-eeUti altbouch not i man were on nt au on Monday. .ut the at erased a little Un ter In quallt.. there rot beini; near a? man IU and lights on fale. A total of 6-V-vt hn I wa on snle at th- flte principal AVe:c-iu mirket The market open! riow. dull and drass but outide irformation. which njalli Hfia ences the tra le, wa In seller fat or. anl th ret abtait to -cure hlsher irlci. Hut en ve rither "low bin-ieis. and did not wtnt to im. ant atance, conetiuently but l'ttl- tri Un, w u done the Hrt two hours after the ma-k : opitI. Harl Bals of all decent ho- resari--It- i f weight, show a flight impro.ment oter Monda. with the best butchir and i k-. Ins kinds belns about To hlcher. JJahi'. ' sootl. also sol 1 a little higher, but trashv kind? on the 'oathwest or ft order were a .low sale aa eter. with prices Irrccular. Aroun I rotn there was monlife to the tnule and tr market a little better than the open ins Tr cke-e wa about stead with the general tradr Good butcher and hextj hrs Mjld at 2C!r&' ;:, fair to sooI medium weijrnt and packers $7.IiTi3Vf: Heht aboe 1 Mr averute H ) 3 I7li- liehtt u.dtr liJ lb, aterae J4;4. pis under l-" lb t 14 r" and roushs nnd culls at 541T4 60. The mik of the hos- welsh'r I'fi U- or more sold at J-kIOQj 27-. again.-: $VrV? Mondiy. "HI.'KP-A ro-hI literal number of heep at ifvcd and all of them were for sale. A s-od iruportlcit cf the vfftrln rane In lUe In th dai Cor-equcntl but little biuim was tnnacted nn the earlv market All butes tv re out when the market opened, anslou fr buiine7, and the enrl arritaN sold promptly at sood str"ng prices if -ml table for mutton purjoses, .but tnoe that were thin In fle-di were not w-mted. aid It took hard work to pet rid of them Tlie offering Included a. sood manj Mexlt-in and A extern het?p and jear-lin-f- fed in MI-oirI. The late trade- was net qtitt u pood a the opening. HORSES Th Iiore market I maintaining Un marked actlltv and is rullnt: steady anl fullv in line with, the cinditlons lat wek. Iluvi-n are numerou-s fnin all quarters ant are but ins briskly of all chutes. There Is a tartfcuHrlv sood demand on Southern ac count for sood. smooth chunks and handv little drlters. but the request from the Kast for sood to choice chunk and. heiry hon-ea U nlyo art lnirtant factor In the market. Aside from these tbre are --eteral other out letd notablt som- demand on early soring ac count, which Is fervlns to dispose tit medium anl In termed ii te offering at good rice! G-n-eralli the mirket ! in ten. satisfactory con itltton and ita principal feature Is Its actirit. Tu-sdas supplt amounted to about 250 heu I and did not appear to be eiuueh for the de ii and. Oter W hrid will be offered Wednes day Hor- quotaticri Hentv draft, coromen to aood JI'Vfii Heatt draft, cholc to extra. lStf?p Chunks, fair to good i.2. dunks, choice to extra ISi'lJt Farm chunks 1Zilvt Southern hor-. plain to goo.1 .....' bi j Poiithern horse, choice to cxlia 1omi2 southern drivers -.... rV.. ltMili Harness horse. ." 15fJi-4- MPIKS Hec-ipts of mules are now running exieptlomllr light. In linfl yvltli the unfatot able conditions which ere pralllne In tlm market Tuesdaj " uppU did not number mr than 3) had. which. lakn with the suppH r--telied on the first la of the wetk. coniprit. a total for the two iJajs of Innlly JV head The market Is c-ertalnlt leprew-d on accmnt oC the lightness (f the southern t-emand and th quietness which has been forced tm the general market therebt. The heatt decline in rot ton has ciused a halt in Southern actUiH. and .i general cortractlon of, at thitv which, bow eer, will no doubt 1 l 'on It temporart. hut It 1 still hat ins Us effect. alucs ire not changed, from the let el of last week. The llshter re ceipts seem--il to hate arrestcil the de line, m I a fair measure of actitlt Is noticeable on thi comml'-slon market at the priors of a wc-'c ago Healers are doing Utile l-uihe. In contrast to th- h-ntj trade two vp-ks ago. an d are regulatlnir their purcnapea according! J. Mn'e quotatlcns; 14 hands, extreme range CO W& its o 14 hand bulk of ales 7" wt K5 0 1 HU. band-, extreme nnge.,.. 70 0di?lJ W 74-i hand, bulk of pal T5.iil'-i.M 15 hanl, extreme ranpe S5 O-virlAi i 15 hands bulk of valcf -FW1M 17-j hands, extrem-- range Ill On'alo-i -,t 1SU hinds, bulk of sale 115.0C4Lfl.- let, hands, extreme nnge I3i ow 150 w iC'i hinds, bulk of sals 135 Cu'al5i if J. ..12V) . 3 SO 1.. K?) .. 3 14 I. . VH .. 2.75 2 . I2t... 3 45 J.i.IliU .. J.W 3... 16 .. 2 to 3J.-. DM .. 3 15 ..... ... 3&J Xo At. Tr. 1...10i2...J3 7 22 .. 619... 3 1J 3 .. 7w... J.r 10 ..1j62... 2 11 2 ..1135... 3 25 7... M1... - Nl ... blO .. 1 ! 1 . 'ivi... 3 25 1 .. 6W... I.m 2... 74U... 2 ti MIXIID IIL'LU?. TolU to Speak at Libert 3 RSrUBMC SrEOAL Uberty, JIo Feb. 36 Joseph W". Folk will speaic in xauerty aaiuraay 1 l-o. 2 trf VCAI. 4'ALVCS. 5... 116 .. 7 1... 13-) .. 7 W 4... 137... M 1... 1W... 6 .5 4... Wl... 6 73 5... 126... 7 C-J 1... IM .. 73 2 .. 103... 6.W SOinilfc-RN CATll-t- The quarantine mar ket open -d with only a small portion of the total supply In The bulk tf the anlvals were rack and up to tho noon hour had not put In an appearance. The early suppl em it race-1 around 3S car, principally a decent lot cf steers, on which trading was acttte and steady to stronff. A few bulls and., cows almsold as well At a late hour the receipts showed "but 73 cars and 1.834 head, with a. considerable amount FtlH back. Trade at the c.oe was fully as good a early, and in some Instances whera cattle just suited were a shads higher. There m, sjbjq) lymnHfliiiti oa cunaTncr caitcs, with It- lelegrnph. Knias Citt Keb IS. I'nttl- Heceitd 13 '., Inrlud'ng 4 southern?: mirket "teid; exi.jtt and dres.p( beef --te-rs l0ilic higher. $1 &f 5 25, fair to good strong, $3 SCO 44; Vest.ni fed teers tteid. $2'if4.1); stovkers and feti t teid. ?35il: Souten steer steady, n 2 &A Southern cows J2 J5fi2 SO: native cows l.7 JTfiO. mtite heifers $X3.Wl; bulls Meal. J2 75G3 63. calrei ISft Hogs Krceipts !--.VJ market "i?rl0:r higher: clel weaj: ton 22'i bulk of Files IK SOCiS 13; h-avy Ja.l'fu' r22--."pickaRes $555 17. pigs and lights $7 90 shee'i Ilecelpts m market Mtid ti strrrB. nitite 'amb- S3$f5 75; eptcrn Iambi . 0. fed ewts $3 501(4: Western-fed tear lincs JI5 ii. stocker and feeder $2.ssrt" 15 South St. JoiHph, Mo, leb.,l.-rOan;e-.I!e-relpis 2.119: ta3v to strong; natltes t V)t 3 2.. cows and helf-m U "i-li4.13; -tockcts nnd af-ders J2 5fi4 13 Hos--R--eeipt3 8,111; mo-; 1 5c hiicher Ileht I CSfl : mediu-n an I I eiw 14 Mi5 ll-;. She-p Kccelpts 1.-. stead.: lambs Jfi; jcarllngs J5; wethers SI 3i. -wes $4 23 . New iork. leb. 16 Bee,e- Receipt, rone, n 1 tradlns to tlat ; dresr(l beef slow, at 7JMV' ter Hi . with a llttl- extn beef as high -11 S-,r Cables quoted lite cattln a shade higher nt t' rril-t ii-r lb, drefsetl welcht; refrlserair b-ef unchangetl. no exiKirts to-qv - alts -Iteeelpts 3.6. steady jnli--t f07- 'fI t?"! it l,&3 a few extn. at $3.25. ro silen nX barn innl nr Western raltcfl. citv dressed t eftla un- chang-l at ---zl2'-r ner lb. Sheeo and Iambi Reef litis 5,320; slow, but s'eidv for loth sheep and hrnhi- cemraon to prime sheep tjt G3; Iambs 6 l(-f? S7'5; dressed mutton at 7frfle T-r lb : tlrsetl lambs WDUct Hogs Retelptt 4 317 nMut Mtealt; primo State lions JVfit. "htcaco frtb. 16 -CattI-- Receipts 4-mo; n--t-lte ind steadt; got,l o r-rlm- HtePr5 $iwfr3 7. pc-o- to medium J7.5,f?4 1- tockers ind feed rM ?2 2ft4 23, con-f Sl.COffl 25; infers 25 4 71; ejnrers .0i5D. bulin $iS4 10. ralie- Ji3nfi7 65 Hogs Receipts to-dav 3" to morrow 40 "00; strong tOj3c higher; mixed anl butcher $"tr5 37H: good to choice heaty J5 3-W -45: rouEh heat. S.3i75S3; light ?4Vi"-2i; bulk- of sales $5W5 2-V Sheei-It.-celpt r.frtO. market steidt ; lamt- stead ; east ; goo-I in cN Ice wether St-fiT4 C-. fair to choice, mixed. 5XVKJI2-I Western sheep Ctft5: native lamb" $13 73. Western lambs $4 7TS 10. 1)r Goh1ii. New York. Feb 16 The dry goods market 13 Iractlto at lirst hands and buer are -not In ttned to operate except for actual need, hut efforto to secure concession are generally un successful. Jobbers, hoi-.ei.er, report a 'O"" tlve day and buyers wlllln? to place free eiders fcr desirable merchandise. Ilrled Fruit. Vew York Feb 16. The market for evapo ratrat.pf & eay. with demand still Ileht and rather moro P-'--t0t'lf0,S1?" a" nuoted at 465c; orlme at S-iS4c; choice at sufiSt- fane? at 67c- Tnine3 iw firm, with joblSi d?mand(good. and uppU J SuJ TimfffMi. Ouotat lona range from 3'5c to 6Uc acconling to 5?. .tf2 "M USSIVS rhoice quotea ai "-. " v"-'-' " " -, choice at 'imc: fancv p 11- Washlnston Feb 16 tallablc cash lalanca J2.?8S.13H; gold JKf.C2.SC0. m vi & .--w -"Si-. ' i ? rt.te- 4i, . yvv4-sv- '-,.' i-, ? 3-J?i.fr yvy rtV-.-.uyV--.H-;rvt--.'- -l-i-i-C5--i .?r-Jj--. &rQYli.i&- &m -A &