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THE WORLD'S FAIR.
THE CONTEST BETWEEN ST. LOUIS
CHICAGO WASHINGTON AND
NEW YORK BEGUN.
ST. LOUIS PRESENTS HEE CLAIMS.
Speech of Mr. Jones Before the Committee
with an Able Argument in
Favor of His- City.
Washinotow January 8. The rivalry of
the cities of New York Washington Chi-
cago and St. Louis for the selection as the
site of the World's Exposition of 1802 had
its first manifestation at the capitol this
morning before the senate special com-
mittee on. the quadro-centennial. The
hearing took place in a room where was
hung a large map head "Why StLouis is
the place for the World's Fair" and dis-
playing a circle encircling the most popu-
lous states of the country with St.
Louis the central point. The members
of the committee who were present were
Senators Hiscock chairman: Sherman
Howley Wilson of Iowa Stanford Eustis
Farewell Kenna and Gray.
A preliminary interchange of views as to
the order hearing resulted in an agreement
that the representatives of St. Louis should
be heard today of Chicago tomorrow of
Washington on Friday of New York on
Saturday and that replies to the arguments
will be received not orally but in writing.
Governor Francis of Missouri opens the
Col. Jones of the St. Louis Republic was
before the committee today and in the
course of his remarks said :
It is the question of population which
should determine the location ot the expo-
sition and not the preference of the corpo-
ral's guard of foreigners who might possi-
bly be induced to attend it. The first test
therefore was atest of population. In that
connection he asked attention to the
maps hung up in the committee
room with circles of a radius
of 500 miles around the cities of New York
Chicago and St. Louis. That map shows
he said a population of 20000000 around
New York 20800000 around Chicago and
23800t000 around St. Louis. These figures
meant the basis of 1880. Taking the popu-
lation of the present time New York would
represent 24000000 Chicago 27000000 and
St. Louis 30.000000.
Senator" Gray Do you include the do-
minion of Canada in the New York
Sir. Jones Yes sir; and llso some of
the Atlantic ocean where there is not a
large population. Laughter.
Mr. Jones next took up the question of
transportation facilities and showed that
the railroad mileage within the New
vn. mwU T.T..U i nnn milea? within
the Chicago 65000 and within the
St. Louis circle 70.000. That meant he
said that not only was there a
large population within an easy reaching
distance of St. Louis but the railroad
transportation lacilities of St. Louis had a
very marked advantage over other
Mr." Jones said that St. Louis
had no less than six sites admirably
adapted to the purposes of the exposition.
The water supply is abundant the sewer-
age the best in the United States and the
l.T..l ..A.1.:nna omnia Thfl PYttn.
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sition was to be held from the 1st of May
till the 3lst 01 uexouer uuu no
asserted not without fear of
fear nf Dossible
proof to the contrary that during those
six months there would be a larger number
of bright sunshiny pleasant cool days in
that city than in any of the other places
tkn m.r. nroino ihpir nlnims iinon the
bunt nwo u.f..0 .-- -
committee. In conclusion Mr. Jones said
St. Louis entered upon this
competition in the faith that a
iniittaiiuiu ouu miivk0. i -
tion of her claims woula command the at
tention of the country ana win me iavoroi
congress. Should her faith prove mistaken
hnwp.vftr. and should her petition
be denied she will not retire
like Achille suiting w ms
tent but shall address herself promptly
a mnaiiiatiilv tr car. in tnnt.ion the re
alm uuuimiaivij w " - -
sources of her trade territory in order that
there may be prepared sucn a uisyiay vi
the productions of man's industry as will
-;a i nnl.;t.r fho avrtnflir.irm nf 1892 an
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Illustration of the grandeur and resources
of our country and ot its marvellous prog-
ress in the arts of civilization.
Ex-Gov. Stanard referring to the trade
features of the fair.said that the exhibits in
tended for snow ana we specuium mu uo
carried to it from St. Louis more cheaply
..1 . i fwm anv nt.hpr p.itv nf the
country because of its superior facilities of
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transportation oy wnnci uuu mu
wants the fair and it will do as much to-
1 ...ntiuini) thp exnenses as anv
other city.all things considered.
To oenator vesiuov. oiauom "v
i i: fha fTiiarnntpp fnnn ftre
genuine and can be relied up. They
imount-now to over 40(X000 and are
coming in at the rate oi yiu.wti uy.
There is no doubt of the ability of the citi-
zens of St. Louis to do as theyDromise. If
he World's fair is awarded to fat. Louis
i id Gov. Stanard in closing we will make
a credit to the nation and to the nations
f the earth.
LIFE IN MOBILE.
How Onr Cousins Across the Mlsslssslppl
River are Getting Along.
TVfr.nrT.it. Ala.. January 8 The entire day
in the city court was consumed in the trial
of Lepere Ramus for the muruer oi raunne
Diaz and the jury retired at 7 o'clock.
After being out two hours they returned a
verdict of not guilty.
Tho annual m pp. tin if of the chambers of
commerce was held at noon today. The
president. Dr. O. F. Cawthon said in nis
address that he came to Mobile in 1850
and that no time since ;then had Mobile's
nrnanaci been so bright as at present The
reports of the standing committees secre
tary and treasurer showea ine anairs u
ha Phnmher to be in a prosperous condi
tion. The bill to transfer the revenue
marine to the naval establishment now
npnrline in coneress was unanimously in
dorsed. Addresses were made by Congres-
man R. H. Clarke and Hon. a. Austin a
fine collation was served after the meeting
Froney Mitchell colored made a state-
ment today in which she says she saw
Louis Arata. a young white man shoot the
negro George Wilson on Christinas Eve
night. Wilson was found lying at the cor-
ner of St. Joseph and Adams street with a
wound in his left side. He was removed
to the city hospital and died a few days
later. The woman says she Arata and
others were shooting craps when Wilson
came up drunk and displayed a roll of
money. Wilson . and Arata shot for $10
Arata winning when Wilson left. Arata
followed him saying he was not going to
let Wilson go away with all that money.
She followed the two men and saw Arata
null a p:stol and fired three shots at V llson
who fell. Arata then bent over Wilson as
if searching him when she left
Arata is under a $1500 bond to appear
before the present term of the city court for
robbery. A warrant has been issued for
his arrest but it Is stated he has left town.
Eustine Chevalier a colored Creole died
here today.- She was born in New Orleans
in 1795 and remembered Gen. Jackson s
defense of the Crescent City against the
1 u ch. n ....i .1.1 vain in Han. Jark-
son's headquarters during the fight. She
retainea ail ner lacuiues to me aubl uu
died of old age.) '
THE KNIFFIN MURDER.
Dr. Kniffln and Emma Pnrcell Occupy Cells
In Jail The Testimony.
Tbentoh N. J. January 9. Dr. Kniffln
and Emma Purcell passed last night in
ceils in the county jail. Emma Purcell
was placed in the care of Matron Ovia in
tbe woman's wing. Mrs. Dr. Palmer who
sympathizes with her so much and has so
much faith in he innocence obtained
permission of the warden to remain near
her. She was first searched and then granted
the permission. She was not allowed to
be in the cell but sat just outside of the
iron bars. Counsel will probably not make
another application for a writ of habeas
corpus until the close of the inquest. The
court room was full again this morning.
Dr. Cornelius Shephard the first physi-
cian who entered the house on the morning
of the murder was the first witness. Cold
and stiff he found Mrs. Kniffln laying in
bed with arms uncovered. Her lips were
swollen and purple a sure siiin of. danger
when chloroform has been administered.
He could detect no odor of it or ether in
the room. He found Miss Purcell in the
next room in her night dress and shawl.
Her condition and pulse were normal.
William Raymon. Dr. Kniffln's office boy
told practically the same story as others
about the condition of the house on the
morningof the discovery of the murder.
Undertaker Asmore and Lewis Seely gave
important testimony. Edward Wilks
Druggist Patterson's boy testified that
Knifiln bought a decoction of them a few
days before the murder. On the morning
of the murder he saw footprints in the
frost on the roof of the shed.
Wm. D. Van Horn gave unimportant
testimony when the inquest was adjourned
till Monday' when Prof. Conwall of Prince-
ton will gi ve the result of the chemical an-
alysis of the stomach.
H0UTHOF THE BRAZOS.
Differences Between Contractor Wilke and
Houston Tex. January U. A few weeks
ago the syndicate which is securing deep
water at the mouth of the Brazos had a
meeting in this city in order to come to
some agreement with their contractor Gus
Wilke who made a quarter of a million
dollars out of the Texas state capitol at
Austin. Wilke was not conducting the
work as the syndicate thought it should be
done and they were anxious to buy him
out and finish the work themselves. There
was a difference of $25000 in their figures.
After conferring here for two days
they adjourned and have met in Chicago
where .everything was satisfactorily
accomplished and the work which has
been suspended for some months will be
resumed. The teredoes (worms) have
wrought considerable damage where the
mattresses were not covered with clay and
weighted with rock and a vast amount of
work will have to be done over again so
that it will be another year before deep
water will be secured. Whereas had the
plans of Engineer Corthell who built the
Mississippi jetties been carrsed out there
would now be a depth of twenty feet across
Saturday there were thirteen feet of wa-
ter. There is a twenty foot rise in the
Brazos and there must be now from six-
teen to nineteen feet scoured out. This is
the first big rise in the river .since the jet-
ties were built. English capital is thinking
of taking hold of the matter and the report
of the engineer who came over from that
country and investigated matters is. anx-
iously looked for. Deep water at the
mouth of the Brazos is no v regarded as a
certainty and would now have been ob-
tained had it not been delayed by the
differences between the syndicate and. the
THE HIGHER COURTS.
A Fall Bench Present in the Supreme Court
The Court of Appeals.
Galveston Tex. January 9. The su-
preme court met today. A fall bench was
present. The following cases were sub-
mitted: Hunter vs. Southern Pacific com-
pany" Dewitt county; International and
Great Northern railway vs. E. Garcia Webb
county; Von Rosenberg vs. Cuellar et al
Webb county; Rio Grande and Eagle Pass
Railroad company vs. Juan Ortez Webb
county; Hubbard vs. Cox Fayette county;
Andrews vs. Andrews Washington county;
The Baldridge & Courtney Bridge com-
pany vs. Casterelle Washington county;
Prescottvs. Lenn Goliad countv; Moor vs.
Giesecke Washington county ; Engel et al
Schlarken Washington county; Hetman
vs. Gasausky Washington county; Zeiss
vs. Pughaust Washington county ; Mann
vs. Wallis & Co. Washington county; An-
na and Charles Graham vs. Strume. Wash-
ington county; Snowden vs. Best Dewitt
county; O'Connor vs. Lenn Victoria
county. Justice Slayton not sitting.
Cases set for a hearing: Houston vs.
Killough Burleson county January 21;
Bluntzervs. Dewees & Hunkle Nueces
county January 28; Lynchberg vs. Cohen
Washington county January 21.
Motions granted Lott vs. King from
Nueces County motion to amend brief and
motion to perfect record in same case ; dis-
missed. Zeiss vs. Pughaust from Washington
county; appeal dismissed.
Court adjourned until 10 a. m. tomor-
row. COURT OF APPEALS.
Court met. Presiding Judge White and
Judge Willson present; Judge Hurt absent
on account of illness.
The following cases were submitted on
briefs for trial :
Nichols vs. Max Nail company Webb
county; Haine vs.C'Oonnor Webb county;
Healon & Co. vs. Caldwell Bros. DeWitt
county; Smith vs. Roberts Bell county;
Heller vs. Garcia Fayette county; S. A. &
A. Co. vs. Hunter Bell county; 6. A. & A.
Co. vs. Miller Bell county; 8. A. & A. Co.
vs. Mayfield Bell county; 8. A. & A. Co.
vs. Fox. Bell county; McGuire vs. Glass
Submitted on briefs for both parties
Lawrence vs; International and Great
Northern Railway company from Webb
county; Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe com-
pany vs. Jackson from Washington county ;
Bucket vs. Srott from DeWitt county;
Southern Pacific Railway company vs.
Johnson & Wimbish from DeWitt; J.
Ochetz vs. State from Fayette county.
Motions to dismiss overruled Coleman
vs. State from Victoria county; Harlen &
Bro. vs. Caldwell from DeWitt county;
Skidmore vs. State from Bee county.
Motions sustained and appeal dismissed
Dick vs. State from Gonad county; Mc-
Guire vs. State for use of Bee county from
Cases submitted on brief for state Lapaz
vs. State from Uvalde county; Hellon vs.
State from Andersori county: Pond vs.
State from Bexar county; Williams vs.
State from Bexar county; Hayburg vs.
State from Bexar county.
Motion to dismiss - submitted Shaw vs.
Steele from Nueces county.
Following habeas corpus cases are set for
Saturday: Paul Schulze from Harris
county; C. M. Haymers vs. Nance Hsy-
mers from Hayes county.
Court adjourned until Saturday.
BLOW TO PIECES.
TWO PERSONS KILLED IN A BOILER
EXPLOSION AT CUERO AND ONE
FATAL STABBING AT HOUSTON.
A Bomston Girl Charges Her Father with
Crime and Outrage "Four
. of a Kind"
Cuero Tex. January 10. This morning
the boiler in the Cuero Brass and Iron
foundry owned and operated by Mr. John
Lewis exploded killing outright Mr. David
Biown proprietor of the Gulf hotel an
Henry Deans and seriously wounding Mr.
Perry Ward all of whom were in;the build-
ing at work.
Mr. Lewis' residence to the rear of the
foundry was badly shattered and.his wife
and one child injured.
Deans was blown across the street'a dis-
tance of 100 feet.
The boiler was carried up and through
the building falling over a hundred ;yards
A Fatal Stab.
Houston Tex. January 10. About ten
days ago two men working on the Aransas
Pass about seven miles from here came to
the city. One of them was named Brock
and was formerly a clerk in a leading gro-
cery house here. .
The men after imbibing too much whisky
quarreled and Brock cut his partner with
a penKinie. rue wouna was not consiuerea
dangerous but today the man died from
its effects and Brock has been arrested
charged with murder.
CHARGED WITH OUTRAGE.
A Houston Girl Has Her Father Arrested
Charged with a Heinous Crime.
Houston Tex. January 10. This morn-
i ulina the 16-year-old daughter of
Jacob Meyer a well-to-do German who
owns two stores in this city made affidavit
before Justice Holland charging ' her
father with incest and rape. The
tale she tells is too terrible for public print.
The young girl is possessed of more than
Meyer has not been living with his family
for some time and his children are looked
after by a housekeeper. He frequently
visited them and it was during one of
these visits that according to the girl's
story he committed the outrage charged
The father is locked up but claims that
his daughter is half crazy and does not
know what she is talking about.
"Four of a Kind."
Texabkana Tex. January 10. The fol
lowing telegram was received here today:
Ingersoll Bowie Co. Tex. January 10.
Mrs. Page of this town this evening gave
birth to four daughters. Mother and babies
doing well. P. 8. Parker.
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roods we ouakabtek to save you from 10 to 100 per cent: Hose Socks Ladies' Muslin Underwear' tnioi.
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x.uiuruiuenes outuuuery Dtispenuers uurnng xongs nai packers K.mves and Forks.
and necessary articles you will find at THE RACKET STORE.- Will receive
purchaser in New York all bought
D Y' 'MY (
And All Diseases of the
a chance to recover tone
THROAT AND LUNGS.
It Is pleasant to the taste
and does not contain a particle
of opium or anything injuri-
ous. It is the Best Oough Med-
icine In the World. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price 81.00
per bottle. Dr.Scbenck'sBook
on Consumption snd its Cure
Druggists. Price 25 cts.
mailed tree. Address
Dr. J.H.Schsnck A Son PhtlA.
m. .apnucu Tf.iicie ouvenns ana r-trypuan
wish to buy. Are alwavs GLAD to
goods and prices. '
Sauter ft Halleck
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