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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPR1
SR THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY OCTOBER 4, 1904. jiREMORSE IS GNAWING AT HIS CONSCIENCE POSTMASTER GENERAL PAYNE IS DYING WAR BULLETIN. THE HOURS, MINUTES OF THE HEAD OF THE UNITED STATES MAIL DEPARTMENT ARE NOW NUMBERED PHYSICIANS HAVE GIVEN UP ALL HOPE FLUID INJECTION NO LONGER PRODUCES RALLY Sinking Spells, Owing to Feebleness of Heart Action, Follow Each Other, Any One of Which May Prove Fatal. Suspicious Rally at 2:35 This Morning Washington, D. C, Oct. 3. Postm aster General Payne tonight is weak er than at any previous stage of his illness, save during the worst of his sinking spells, and his death, it Is said, may occur at any moment. The most powerful stimulants, in greater doses than ever, are hcing adminis tered at frequent intervals, and It will be due to them alone, it is stated, If he survives the night. Without them, it was admited tonight, that he could not live more than a few hours. ' T f1II'JI BULLETI N 12 A. M. Washington, D. C, Oct. 4. 12 a. m. The family of Mr. Payne have Just been summoned to the bedside. BULLTTIN 12:20 A .M. Washington, D. C, Oct. 4. 12:20 a. m. The family of Postmaster Gen eral Payne are now gathered at his bedside. He has had another sinking spell, and the end is believed to be a matter of but a few minutes. . BULLTTI N 2 A. M. Washington, D. C., Oct. 4. 2 a. m. At 2 o'clock Mr. Payne was barely alive, and all hope had been abandoned. No stimulants are being admin istered, and the physicans are allowin g nature to take it? course. REPORT 2:20 A. M. Washington, D. C, Oct. 4.-2:20 a.m. Doctors Grayson and Magrudcr said that the fluid which had been in jected at midnight, when the sinking spell began, is now absorbed, and that the effect is shown by the improved respiration and pulse. It was added that this is not an Indication of a recovery, but that the patient might live until morning. This fluid is a stimulant which was given to him, and to which he at first failed to respond. It was after this afilure to respond that it was an nounced that further administration of stimulants would not avail. A STRAN GE RALLV. Washington, D. C, Oct. 4. 2:35 a. m. It was announced that the post master general has rallied Suddenly and exclaimed "Hello!" to those about him. Milk was then given him to drink. Dr. Magrudcr asked the postmaster general how he was feeling, and he replied, "First rate." MAY LAST A LITTLE LONGER. Washington, D. C, Oct. 4.-2:50 a. m. Dr. Magrudcr said that Mr. Payne's respiration was better and more regular than it has been in the past twenty-foor hours, and that if tho improvement kept up he would prob ably last through the night, and that a consultation probably would be held In the morning. 1 FOUR IRE KILLED BY FALLING ORE TWO OTHERS EXPECTED TO DIE FROM ACCIDENT IN GEORGIA mON MINE. DISASTER CAUSED BY SLICKIIEAD Heavy Strata of Oil Lay Above the Mass of Clay and Ore Causing the Two Formations to Give Way by Their Weight. Carte tsvitlc, (Ja.. Oct. 3. Hy the fulling of tar h and ore estimated al 1,000 tons weight, the lives (if four men were snuffed out here today. Two others arc seriously injured aud are exivH-d lo 'lie. The dead: H. P. MOIUiAN. president and man ager of the Morgan Mining Company of Cartersvill. JAMHS HAKIMS. Jit.. Carl-rhvllle. KOIIKKT IIOYNTON. negro. Cart CI Mlllc. I' X KNOWN XWMIO Injured: Wright MilVr. Caricrs ville; Al Buford, Cartcrsvillo. Thp cause of the accident i what is known to ni nifs a a "clir.h'-al." A heavy ftrata of oil lay above Hie tins of clay ar.1 the la'trr tv wav. Mr. M"rem i well Mion be e anl ;u IVcton n1 New York. C. M. M-ircan "f Ho-in i h V-other. R a 1 1 h llarn of IWMon i m nc.dxw n l Mr-.' I.. A. Kra it fc of New Y"rk ! h -iMT. Appeals to Interstate. Wh;iit""n. I". '.. X r'.Mik ),,,..m e-T!'-re1 "T'' rt d - In t-rteni Fed' r-i"ti f l'"r. ta li -d . 'h 'ti'- if" ?' -rfi'H : ''I' a r-n lla't I'-t'T-t iTiii,,iii IV part 'f V- rfi-'-Ti' t't!'al ! uit'f .-: in .-.er r '! -r '. 1 y. - !' "'' ,,r ..)..,,. 1 r- i...-ii;- l D-'t,!i' n" ;if r ' 'I'i'.ti r tw-n i n 'ra?.- :' X' wilW 14. CIVIL APPEAL. Court at Galveston Opened and Octo. ber Cases Put on Docket. Galveston, Texas, Oc'. 3. The court of civil appeals was formally opened at noon and case.-i set as follows: Oetobe. 13, Gulf, Colorado and San ta Fe Uaiiway Company vs. Holers, fioiii Harris; Kolifeldt vs. Jones el al lrt'tii Galveston; l'rugla et al vs. Tex as anil Fori Scott Railway Cotnnany. from Jefferson; Eat well, administra tor, vs. Koesler, from Harris: Hillings s. Matlegc; Conrad el al vs.Her ng el al from Fort llenil; Smith et al vs. Lean, from Tyler; Hart vs. Tyrc'.l ct id, from Jefferson. For October 2: Priest vs. Priest, from Tyler: Cummings vs. Yellow Pine Oil Compaiy, from Jeffc son: I!url;ett d Parties vs. Hrewcr, from Nacogdoches; Parnett & Matagorda Co. K II. & I. o. et al: .1. M. Andrews s Matagmda county, from Malagor la; C'ty of Houston vs Kinnogan, from Harris: Central Asphalt and Kenning Company vs. Manning, f on Jeffer r.in: Peterson vs. Peterson,, from Or-t-ligC. . f GIRL WRECKED TRAIN. Put a Bolt Nut on the Track to See it Smashed. lUmnoke, Va.. Oct 3. IrctocllvoK today arrested Susie Loving. 1',-ycar oh' white rtI. at h r home mar Hun low. W. Va., charged with w f king a Norfolk and Western paswtiL'er train at that Hint yesterday. The train vas wp-cMd by ctriking a lo"t tint piari on the rail. The entitle and lairciue and mail car wre derailed ptid wtnt down nn emlntikmeni. T;ie rEin--r. ftn man and mail H k w-re all more or im ilijurwl. I,ut ti'itii- of ih,. t,,"i, is' r a hurt. When r r.i-n-d Hie Kirl adnii'ted h-r irnilt and j id ld put "tie rut n ti- tra'k j'tM for f in. to ! the Ira n fn.a'h tt- Fire Ceitroyed Russian Village. Kt p4erl.urr. f1 3 Th- iPa-" .,r ;vmi.li in "iTb'-m f(u-'in. !. w I ' liv fir'. Five t,ipii 'r-l f; m ate wrhont h ;"r or f'-d jM,, tti fil bat--ti mrl- j ii-r-'iurtr 1"T 'n:ir-'i'a' :i" Tta Curlers. i n f'ta d " i. n "r. Ri-win i -iiipi I. miinrtiV fUt'.'s: ,'. S'i)rt. t f-ivMH . ;rnI ' f ! I, .Ml FIERCE FIGHTING AT PORT ARTHUR STORY OF HOW THE JAPS TRIED TO CORNER THE RUSSIAN WATER SUPPLY. ASSAULTS AFTER BOMBARDMENT Valor of Japanese Amounted to Fa naticism Battalion Annihilated In the Trenches They Re fused to Yield. Che Foj, Oct. 3. 3:2U p. m. A pri vate letter received here today from l'tvt Arthur, dated September 23, giveg further details of Hie light Iroin fcki'tunber 3'J to 22. Tie attack began with a heavv bombardment directed nuaiust nearly a:l the Russian outposts and many of the. main roils. Toe shelling of tlio tvt'eubts protecting the water sttj) ilv of Port Arthur was reinentlous. Mid the night of September 13 found litem l educed to mere heaps of dourM. Tlu- purlsons of the reuouois ni-jru-iip'jn r treated -afely to the main foriilicr.-'ons under cover of darkness. At I o'clock the same afternoon ll.e J.i.ianeie as-sault on High'lPll besm. Tae p'nit of attack never varied. First, u bombardment, then an assault, and vlitn repulsed, a liombordmnat again and another assault. The Ocs per.ilo (leUrinination of the Japua-'Ke to cap.ni'O this posilion amoun!.;.l to ;nr:i.ieiKii!. (heir efforts never c":s lli;; dn-Ii-.B le.in days. Gin b.i if'ion of Japanese, h.wlng re'..-eale. into a valley, wore expu'd to the Uussian shrapnel fire, and were almost annihilated. Eventually the Japanese succeeded In nlacing one field nun and two ma chine guns in position, but owing to the flr0 from the inner forts they were vrrv Insecure, and when Podor rosky and the vo'.unteors charged, t'he tide turned against them. One bat talion, composed or two companies, was annihilated in the trenches which they refused to desert. Another de tachment, was driven into the Uussian enangloments where Captain Ry chaff'H force was wailing and com plete,l its rout. Two other al tempts made by the Japanese to take the po sitions failed., FiERlW 1)1 SENATOR HOAR WORCESTER, MASS., DOES HONOR TO ASHES OF THE DEAD S fATESMAN. EULOGY BY EDWARD EVERETT HALE Four Companies of Infantry and a Bat . tery of Light Artillery Stationed in the S'reets A Concourse of Bared Heads. Worcester, Mass., Oct. 3. This city today bowed beside the body of her foremost citizen, Senator Hoar, wlrlc the state of Massachusetts in a large rr.envnr. HvnniHtliiy.cd with the city in lu r Brief. The services took place al the Chu ch of the Unity. In harmony with Gie unostentatious life of the Senator, and In accordance with his v.ishoK, (here was no laborate cere mony or display, though the great love of the -ople of Worcester and of the commonwealth Induced th fr.m-ll- to suhordinatc ihcir own li-clinm .nid admit, in no far as thr- very hin ted rapacity of the Inii din would al 1 w. a general attendance at the fhiircii and to ticrnvt the lody later t i lie In Mate in the city hall. Kev. Hr. Kdwa-d Kver tt Hale, cl f;p lain of ho C. S. senate, and lif long friend of Senator Hour, cm In tel prver at the home t t.( f.irp 2 o'cl-K k. Only tn mt: r of the immc fiiitP hfechoM and a few fe -igiilK ti tn Tided thin b'rt f rvlec. Tli- Ic lr v th-n iuM in h" k'-nrn by .ie pill b'-arer aid the r-'ea n "r ,.rTi'i 'i tb' Oi'irrh f 'be I'lrtv. Fon- -o?niin;'- of !?ifji-rv lihtfrr 'f licl.t i'ltv iifiT rre-r- (.)""' 1 n ih- "r"'' " th. K,lie. itl ! tlT'l-' lltl'K-e-rIV IT-irt to fin'ro! t-'ae-t r'. -1 ver -v in W're--" r A. b'r t,iii.i"-! t.i.r- f.i h -d t'.'l fii: l,'-d T- 1 v of ' ' ; I " :i fl - kl-rt i t4i'!l '- f " t " fl - r- TTthfl 'iTte Jl ! . 1 1 ,. j,f ,1,1 !: "I ! t : '' Hi't ft.nt x tm " f r-'rti . , .' !- --. r i "'' ' , I t It- !Ii ' ' f fr- t; ) Small niitMiHi lights ronstltulo tho Bum f Mt acilvltlen reMirt- ed from tho vicinity of Mukden. Tho Japaneso uioukiuio oi I on Arthur o effocllvo that Cen. KtoesHil htm been unablo In In form war oflico at St. IVIersburK of i ho Ritual ion there. Tho ro- port of the arrival of tho Uussian armored cruiser Payan of the l'ort Arthur sijuadroit, at Han- chiiii bay near Shanghai, him uo official conllrmalion. RATHER DRY DAY LOR WAR NEWS ST. PETERSBURG PRESS COMMIS SION ADJOURNS WITHOUT REPORT. QUIET 18 SUPREME AT MUKDEN Littlo Late News Is Received From Port Arthur but BHf Advices That Leak Through Brings Tid ings of Japanese Repulses St. Petersburg, Oct. 4.-1:20 a. m. The war commission adjourned to night without Issuing further news from tho front. An Associated Press dispatch from Mukden, filed thero at 10:30 o'clock today (states that all is quiet at tho front. There is intense inter est here in developments at Mukden, but tho public and apparently tho au thorities also ate utterly in tho dark as to what is transpiring. Tho little news received from Port Arthur comes from abroad, but that little is satisfactory, in as much as it records a further repulse of tho Japanese attacks. Japs Strengthen Advance. St. Petersburg, Oct. 3. A dispatch was received today from Gen. Salta hoff announcing that tho Japanese have strengthened their advance posts at Fengtiapu, 1C nilles southeast of Mukden. Elsewhere, bo added, there are no developments. Outpost Fighting. Mukden Oct. 3. Thero have been a few small outpost lights but other wise the situation is unchanged. Tho Japanese are activo west of Mukden. The Russian cavalry forces are strong in that direction, their horses""iiI splenlid condition and the roads are good. Tho Japanese have been re inforced. A Shanghai Hoax. Shanghai, Oct. 4. Investigation shows that there is no Russian man or war at Cut.Iaff island in Hong chau Hay waters. Tho report that tho cruiser llayun had anchored oft Ouulaff island is a hoax, wllack..! ,3n st i of l'ort Arthur was Russian Volunteers. Che Foo, Oct. 3. The volunteers re ferred to by General Stocs.-ol In the proclamation he Issued after the des peratu lighting which totk place be twecu September I'J and Ti, were made up of regulars called uixm to take a high bill which had been cap tured by t lie Japanese. From semi-official nmrces It is learned that the attack began on the l!th aloii); the whole line, and lasted four days, various positions changing hands many timer. Utd Hand Grenades. The hib hill mcntitmcd was a very important itosilion to the Ku-sians. The Japa.icse attacked rceatodly day and nitint, finally K-ciipymg the ix'fi tioii on the night or Septenilier Ti. af ter "lutTertug many evore lo-sef.. 'I ho attempt to retake this bill being ex tremely haairardoiiK, lielii ral Ktoessel reuwl l give OTdem. but called for volunteer. Kvcrylxdy called uHn n-fonded, wh'nnKn a rciiiM'c ti'tnilK-r of men M-lected. IJeti- ! tenant V' : ky and Cat8ln Sy liaff I leliriK them. Soldier and offeT alike rarried rietii'li - Ir xplosive 1 helti izhlns from two to t-ii I trnindsi. hich thrown lir tiand. anfl with thf they attacked the jat anKe tT"imr fi-tifi'-a'ionn and lrov- latter Irotn all their jr-i-i tiifi-. S' veral minn were pl-r-led flnriiir h' t'tw ral t.aiti". rnv ee : X,Tt. (.r-- The !t'l-1-itis -aletlte tin f al JMifi-ii- l'rw-. fo- the f 1 ;t ia' fit "-.vis ' ;'''' m 11. I C-A''r Day t F '. j S' le 1-. 2 A Itit-re tinrnVt 1 tA S' V"rl"-r fin ,r.eV 'lav th - '' rtvi 'if N V'ir'- ' . ." Id l i, f . , !t.,,f r .,, 1fl 1.. i n ' t.r id-t ' tiMn 'rt- - "I . , rn 'vrr V.' ! f '''' lytifi anil f-r'- il'fit F'lrT'- r V'c-1 '-y r t' e .. r.. HOKE SMITH ON GOLD STANDARD GIVES CREDIT TO CLEVELAND FOR MAINTAINING IT WHEN IN JEOPARDY. THROWS LACiNE INTO KO0SLVLL1 Says it Was the Silver Bought Under the Sherman . Perchase .Act That Precipitated the Panic of 1893. Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 3. Hon. Hoke Smith, secretary of tiie Interior hi President Cleveland's second c-ahlnet, sK)l(c on the Issihm of the campaign tonight, ills audience entirely tilling the Academy of Music. Mr. Sniitii, who !s a native of this stute, was en thusiastically received. Ho was In troduced by United States Senator Overman, who made his first appear ance berore a Charlotte audlenco since his election. Mr. Smith said: Tho Democratic party, during tho first sixty years of the last century, was almost continuously In power. Its record was not one of oppo'ltlon, but of construction. In lHUti Thomas Jefferson nrcserved tho cold standard : when it was first in Jeopardy. Under Democrat ic rule our territory Hprcnd Iroin ocean to ocean. Our manufac' turesgrew. Our commerce prospered. Hut our system of taxation did not roster great monopolies, nor take money from the masses to cnrloa tro few. Our tariff taxation was for revenue, with only Incidental protec tion. Wo adhered to constitutional government. Wo conducted no wars of conquest. We regarded inter national lav Eulogizes Cleveland. The masterful and patriotic service or President Cleveland makes the only break in Republican administra tions for the past forty years. We may well compare the record of the Democratic party uncicr ho Democratic pan y um.u. i...t tho jnpnUon of tll0 politician, :ieveland with the recout or ine 1 1 j-, Kl,(,y H(i(1 (() ,mvo ,, roIIIIl!ll UWay publican party miner Mr. Harrison. i..uiy ' . V u ...V t.. I until after the statue iiiniuition uau 1h tlIUI,(,,i) to B nlu control both land left the treasiuy ; '"!,. ollt ,i,0 Khtlng deal. Hy a )M,ilLioHl p-irtloH and put hia men In ft siirp ua on hand or -1mH(.fl(.llution, Ktdley mild, he came ,,. tll0 imlllc will bo Just as gull He had pa d on tno lmo'"-.! too soon and was arrested. lv u 1 ,n torlnv. Such la tho hold Mr. Oievel, IVk'l Willi ....... ...... ,v .- :(;l,!)1i;. He had pain on mo I"""";.!.,.,.!, too soon and was arrested. debt $3S4 34M!9. ''ViTe to office in March. 1811.1. ho round 1 10 surplus squandered and appropria- lions already made for tho enduing year exceeding the revenue provpi' to the amount of $tl0.000.00. , Ti1 1. i.is......u h.,, 1 ulrendv nretiared tho, n l" .:... "V.,1,,.1, ttielr plales tor a ih,... ''--" " Hdministrallon .mid . " ,)fts a,y. 1 Km ev dn I nlnlralloii as eveeei I'u Liu: " the Cleveland administration 10 amount, of $sx:t.ooo,oon. The Sherman Act. .... . .......Iclrn. During -ir. nam.,.. lion the Sherman purchasing act wan passed,, rnder this act four and on. half million ounces or s-iver 1, n.'" were monthly ..laced n tho na. otial . ,n. eire..l..tlo... either in the shape of nver i r ... m.... cerlillcates. t.o.ore ' , of financial Judgment had roal .c i even . he stiver ..ois n en . ,y the niand-Alllson act were Jwi' l,it.g tho gold standard The It .MalH , of our currency with depreciated si - even the silver ilolia-s provi...... vei uoiiais cHine " : from a administration. This disorzanlzo.l the finances of the country ami pre:.;, Hated the panic of IWCI. The Cleveland admlnlsl rat Ion . . .. ..1 .. .... ,,1, L I rr ... t lie til ,ne nniTinn" I"111 " n ., nut an end to the coinage .,f de- ,,,-ectaicd s'lver ""n'- ....lldale l.lm by threes of assassination thorourh stitdv or our count .... 11. ...ctorv need -iirlttB no fear to th -and when tins had no effect, we laid rt, The Kooceh of Mr. TtiH,He 'i-lt pit 1 iitltr: the nomination for iif-l- leli' xa ron--ervtivo. It mi t. rl- i.o r-ime from Judse I'atl. ' ...in.- of ce")tance wa mule lil r the n.rinh Plder. In t li H:;IIIm I prosecin to.is. or if tie dl'l not n is he followed ti'a poll-itr 01 FtoseveH Sett th- Pac! I,. h, litter of accept, 1-c, HiKeeve'l M-t . the tiace for Repu ll- . , 1. t.a.. .f rf. If. ri tli:i.l'l'nc. in nil- rnni- ! r.ta and r.-lf afw-rtloti. .-taiM Ti5 I , ... r '.ini? for lilrnwlf and ?inrf. . 1-t.,- anvtTiine ealnt M- ' TI tbh bi fancr .iggevii. !t 'ta,t-i the !crrfwra'ic f, li i-T.ee to the rill .t.T,:.,e ; ttnr,. ttit 'he nmrw cti.r ,.-. l'i e s'mI i-turda-d ! ,f iK-d" H' y. and he ref-- t.t . lie, of our ti'atforrn ot, I V .:-.;. H f ir?-ffnl In t l . -f j , -, .. .iK ln-s'inn. tn 1'". In". -.. tny ri- of 'e peil.Vi in ; ;.t- f.,,- al out 'o 'K- V:i'ed, --1 - r f it.! o t tr I"- ''- r"ti t.- imrtt I- reuo''i" 1" . . o n-1 tj,- t.wv r- M r - ,.,,., i -, t - - fn'rrr ! r?iii'rt' .r . , ,-,r l-iin ill fl'ii!!' 'T. T ' a !. 'tl?e ti' t.''r" f it. -f.'wet ti- t'-t dh' .t.'v a t ' r -ifci. ) !! t-- Pr'''r fi "h-r pari- GRAFTER KELLY, OF THE ST. LOUIS BOODLE COMBINE, MAKES A CLEAN BREAST AND SQUEALS ON STORY OF JULIUS LEIiMANN'S BIRTHDAY PARTY PROSECUTOR FOLK, WHO COULDN'T BE BLUFFLD Votes in the House of Delegates Were Gold Certificate! and Were Worth From $5 Up. Boodlers Had High Code of That Honor Whicb Pvails Among Thieves and Reli&locsly Whacked Up St louls Oct 3. In a written con-j high code of mornls, and It was con ,' . ', .. r-i.nrino w Kcilev slilcrcd extremely dlbhoneHt for mem- ression toiiay. v.m... speaker of tho house of delegates dm lug a period In the lire or mo ooouiu combine relates his story of that com bine. Ho declared that a prominent' local politician promised himself that 'for various' bills, according to tho val tho next circuit, attorney would be ue of a franchise or prlvllego given, "all right" and promised If they would Vo hardly ever received loss than remain firm, ho would secure for them $1,000 for tho combined vote. We contlnuanco until the new circuit at-.considered it beneath our dignity to torncy took office, or pardons arter-.tako esg than that. On one or two lenity unjn. , , occasions, though, wo got as iow aa ward. ' $50 each for our vote ami aomo oof He declared that tho politician salt! 'tno )oyH (no $5 cat.h nlt w0 wore tho new circuit attorney for which of-'ashamed of It, becauso the price waa ,1 ,otinn. orn tn tm nuiiln bv 1 so small. m;u imiiuiinuuu. - - jthe Democrats today, "would bo hiH man The Accusing Conscience. Kelley declnrcs he refused this of- -j u M.iu .irtiiiiiin ier ana uiui nu m" - t tMO l'"yn'0I "f " wciiHlnfc conscience 10 um-j um iv.;.n...io " 1 his wife and to do what ho can to! make atonement to tho public and u prevent other men from following ho path which ho declares has led him t0 ruin. , Kelley declared that tho politician . ,, .ir(,n f r,w, .....i hn 1 payed him $15,000 of $u0,000 and ho promised him 10 keep away from tho grand Jury before which ho had been j subpoeried to appear after .lonn v. Marroll returned from Mexico and turned slates evidenco in the city lighting deal. He went, to Europe by way of Can ada, taking the name of Jamoa Hog'iii , nmi;iiii;i Uehmann's Birthday Party. eonfesslon Kel- In the course of h s f.onfcHB I . K loy d(,.tnii.s a story of the city lighting !(oll of n ,o0dler fund f $47,r.OO !fllvlloiI between the nineteen mem - ber.. or the combine at Jellun Hon- ' ,, -. i,lril,day Party. Ho declares hat the politician mentioned gave h(j ... u ,i,, i,n , it to I-ehman's house and that ho ine.e .i.niMu,.L.-a In the course o Ms confession r or - mer Sneaker Kelley said: "I know ; 1....... -...I r-... l... irom my own mhii"is.i statements made to me by both sides ! -' ;v ,,, , be - V 7- .DnsHed tnat oouy of a centurv unless 'A was palj for. , f(lir exposure and punlah 1 mPnt for tno reaso that we d'd not ,,,, , 1 , . ,, , kf(,w m(ut 'of tho .minana and manv of the . nil'an(,,,.rH ,)f St. li,u!H would as- Hl(;t ))R a f((rn)(.p ,,,,.,.,,. ' ahowetl some slwis il startlnu arter us, but he was bluffed of. Could not Bluff Folk. When the present prosecutor (Cir cuit Attorney Folk is meant) com- j m,.nr,., wr ,1Hj WP tried to Inllm , all Boris i.r trapK fur him without 'success. Then so-e decided that the best plan mould be to Ma:' a lo-wspa-per a.nl libel hm so fiercely aH to drw bis fire l.y taking in, his lime In , inliuenee woun m- ''' "- stroved. Althoimn we couiu nnn nothing af'T a thorough search 10 make an attack on l.llx-ls were ilellh- ..,,. nn ,r ,,. roe of 'aff.rtinB preM-nt ment. The plan was I. .1. 1 ... , ,,n .v tTl.nil.l-rM ,ii , i,--fi 11 ..... . .... ;f fhe hoiiM- o' di legmen 'dictmcnt tor lMFIIinc. tail .inder tn tijr prom , lm-nt financiers if S' .o'i', who hy th're feared -t,n'irc and ml... rai.. th,. mr.rif-v '. L VO.es vrre n. Of the -.,n,t.-ne. K'l.y had thi- ti " " ' .... , .... certi l.ieriKimted M-veral rears an. v: "We ne-r ibo'tght t im-n-. ' , , . . ine a bill i' f whi't. anv miti y e..nld t- ,.ed .n,'eH e were U e..O., m h, y -old d.f t-rrr-11 for .ir X' n. We m'. al.u. it twiirf ,,nie--hn: In the ,(Tier rn in t,t.in f I ke war and VaH con I -,,a,ine r ;. F'ark-r, r-i-r f'ir Jb Line me.tit.1.'. at ftat.-t .im- anl ,,,,.,,,.' , Th,. r,rei,ers "" "ri" m,"h . iv-.U "i r-ive f.,r our te, I.r a niart- ty t'i'e t, mi..ifie. Th'ti e v.ei'i -wt h'W- h'fie ro ut "! e the eomMle in t tutd eifTifid'tie to ' -he tri'i f lliiw irfi' rr-!r twrave n th I nioti' y. AniM t i:r lv. e bad HIS PALS . 1)pr of )0 roni,,ll0 to BC.Cpt bribe nimlfiy witliotit dividing; It among hlu .fellows. A Sliding 8cale. Vo had a fixed scliedulo of prices .... .....!. l .,( nnrltf lilies, both Democrats and Republi cans belonging to it. My experience has been that boodlers line up ac- (cordlng to their own Interests and not under narty alandards. 1 .... , ,,, U Rt (m() ,)()h t,)0 Donlocr(lUc nml 111 mu iiuijt'iiij' ..t KepiiDllcan parties usually uoiiiinaio men to go to tho house of delegates Tor the money they can make out of It. "Kach party may vote for his own f,l)ow Jhvr ))1H) tlmt gct(J u orve8 lnoso wi1() roij tri0 city franchise. I bellvo that, th! has been tolerated In b'U l-ouls becauso ho many of tho large corporal Ions of tho city aro mixed up (n )()()(1lMK ()I1(J way or anothor The wmH of thcBo corporatlotm used to , httiU It less tronblo to buy what they 1 waiitcfL than to elect honest men to the hotiso of delegates. "Thero arc many other things lean anil will toll later on. but tills will do now. This, in brief, is my story and the confession of infamv. I believe. ;t.h,IKii that 1r tho people of St. Louis aw ttl,H man (a romIl0t politician on the community though, it seems helpless. If 1 knew anything I could 1 ( )u())Io ()f lh,H cJy nn), U)o I)0()l(o of tm Htlll()i t tn0 noreHsily of putting a 'stop to this corruption. I would gladly do It. Is Willing to Do Time. "I am now mifTorlnK tho penalty for , disgrace. I don't want (() i)mt).h )(t , (,f wunt t)j Boml(1 tf)a alarm of the public an 0110 would do to . 1 , , " ... .. " " " H.. l"M nut" UTO m wo could elthr get 1 cont iniiaucn until a , npw (;n.t Born,.y was elected-that jmt in. audour 1.11 NO .HNIIIISMeU ...I WOI.III IIM'UII guilty and stay In jail until next Jan uary and he would se that we ara pardoned., I have determined not to l,o under Tils dominion a:iv longer. I sbll 'tideavor for the rent : my life to 11 tone for tho wrongs I lave done, on." shill have more to say later HAVE MET IT FRIGHTFUL COLLAPSE OF THE GREATER NEW YORK HOME ' OIL COMPANY. m CHARTERED fOR (2,000,000 Sold Under Foreclosure by the Re ceiver for 200 Sale nclude4 Everything In Sight, from Lease to Monkey Wrench. Ni-mrk. N. J, tn-t : -The Crri'fr . X . u. -.-.. II. r . ,1.1 ... ....-.. rn " ieini m- - . na'.m. t i.rr.- n. All ,. I,: d f-r'iiin fro. it.t a"l l ntnw t n fornla "d T'-i e-- !i-rM-d "f. The l.nri-Ti r id re'Te-eti' j ,ItiM 'ff "f bold tn tb j -n pa' r.