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T7TE -R-TCPr-RLTO: THTKSD'AT. MAT 31, 1000.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
LOCAL. AND SIT.I'RBAN.
Anton Ohalupkv- of No IMS South Elev
enth slre'et was flint by Pallr-e-man Hitnelc."
for falling to move, en uhn ordere.1
An Ineiirtmr-nt vva.s rcturrte-d bv tbe-Grnnel
Jury atrainst George J. Kulm-ch. Repub
lican Klre-tion CommU-Ionti, i-haiping htm
with malfeasance In oillee.
Memorial Pay v. is jipproprlately cele
brated by the dlfftrent J. A. K. posts In
Miss Pauline Hester nai attickcd by a
ir.ob at ejeyer acnuo ami Ilrewdvvav a'
she steppe ! from a Itroailuay cir. ami w.us
President Whliaker rf the transit rom
nanv reolles to the letter of Got error
Hxpertv declare prospects rplendld for the
reach crop thto seanori.
The IVwnl of Polire Commiloner' es
tcrday called on Fhe-rlfT 1'ohlman for a
nc?f of 1.00 mm to nrv.- duriiiR the pres
ent stret-ear tllttlcultics.
PIMcr Mary Ito-e Kroushton of Pt. Vln-e-fr.t's
Institution for the Insane has l"-e-n
nnrolnted a census enumerator.
Hejs-ie Hollovvay. a Ffhoolclrl. II vents
old. living at Tcnton. Mo., put a burglar to
f.lKht at her home.
fiovernor Tanner holds a grip on yousR
Mr Yolf, IJ-p'iiiliran candidate for Gov
ernor of Illinois, bv cintrolli-ifr the ',im
palpn furd, rai-J by a j-ment on State
otiictal":. IIt i planning to u--e Yates" two
comnuttetmm to c.ieat Cnllom.
Th cosraphlcal division finished the
preparations for th cen.-un enumeration,
vvjitrh begins Friday.
A r-nnsult uis taken in the -ae of James
H Gunn. administrator of w. S YoltelTs
eftate nirajnt the Iron Mmirtnln Railwrny.
Ynlerii Has from Illinois and was killed in
The Arkorsas Ft.ir Association finished
its s, ssions at Fort Smith and adjourn d.
nfter eleetjnc nflie"rs-
Ti-e National H-Con federate neunion at
lyoulsvllle. Kv, was opened vith W'O vis
iters pre-"nt. Despite tho bad weather
prat ethuviasm prevailed.
lnrtnc s pa-ty hasmadt n deal for the
Cap'tel Pvntllcate land, comprlsins evral
million acres in the Teas Panhandle.
The Police Hoird of Kansas City exon
erated the Folic Captain who nrrstel
Pemocratic primary Judces for refusing to
yrmit their interference at the p'Hs. Mayor
Reed admitted the otllrers neued by hi
A dispatch frem PrMoria avs that the
British were expected there vesterday after
noon, and that the Transvaal capital would
capitulate without a flcht.
Ix5-idon opinion Is that ere -ow th Tlrltisli
flnsr is flylns on the Capitol of tho Transvaal
Ivrucer has fled from Pretoria for Ivrcnzo
Marfjuez. and the entire Uoer defense Is In
a state of collapse.
Johannesburg is in the hards of the Hr-t-lFh
Tha surrender was effected yesterday.
Border trouble between Portugese East
Africa and the Transvaal Is threatened.
Great quantities of Transvaal frold have
b;r. shipped to Lorenzo Marquez
It Is believed that President Krufrer. now
that the war is practically over, will go
All England holds the o;'.nion that th
war 13 st an end.
Elbe. Muket, Doctor Cftvis Verify. Fra
Phillips and NVd Vv'ickes wer- tho winners
at the. Fair Grounds.
The Prince, of Wales' colt Diamond Jubi
lee captured this year's English Perry,
with Hiraon Dale second and DIsruIss II
General parrenEer agents of Western
lines have decided not. to ccntJnuej Sjo prol
ine plan on military traffic
Claims asalnst the Government for tracs
portlnc troops will probably bo Fettled on a
" E. Michel has been appointed passen
cer fifrent of the Burilnffton at Cincinnati
A final adjustment of tho Chicago eleva
tor troubles Is expected to be mado to-day.
All the scneral railroad ofilces wero closed
3 esterday af terncoo.
Care 's soon to hav a railway on a 2nv
New York. May 20-vxrlvedj Majesflo.
Bremen. May fO. Arrived: Mtin, New
York, via Cherbourg.
Gl:i5(row, Mas- 10 Arrived: Norwean.
New York. Sailed. May 23: Llvanlan, Phil
adelphia. Hone-Kong. May 10. Arrived previously:
lilo Jun Mara, Seattle, via Yokohama.
Queenstown. May 80 Arrived; Teutonic.
New York, for Liverpool.
Southampton. Ma7 SO. Salledi Lahn, from
Bremen.'iXrff York, tla Cherbourg.
Southampton. May 20. Arrived: St. Louis,
Hong-Kong, May C9-Arrlved Empress of
Japan. Vancouver, via Yokohama,
Copenhagen. May CO. Arrived: Steamer
Norse, New York for Chr!3tiarJa.
New Tork. May JO. Sailed: Germanic,
Liverpool; Kexelcston, Antwerp, via
New York, May EQ Arrived: Noordland,
Antwerp; Barbarossfc, Bremen.
During the past year tho Anhouscr-Buscli
Brewing Assrn, St. LouIe. TJ. S. A., reports
a large gain, their bottled beers alono hav
ing exceeded thirty per cent increase over
tho ear previous.
ALUMNI COULD NOT AGREE.
fleeting at St. Louis Universifr
At the annual meeting of the Alumni As
sociation of St. Louis Unlverbity. held at
the university hall last night, tho elation
of officers was not undertakun nor was any
other business transacted. Only a small
portion of the membership was In attend
ance, and those prerent wero divided as to
whether they should hold an electir.n or
wait until men a Ums as the prevailing con
ditions in tho city would allow of a fuller at
tendance. About fifty members were present The
meeting was called to order by President
D-Arcy Paul Cook about 8.M o'clock. He
huggened that. owin to tho small number
present, tho nnnual election of oIIIctb be
postponed until after th street railway
urike. when a better proportion at th
membership would be In attendance
The suggestion was placed In the foim of
n motion and put boforo the house. From
the first It seemed to bo unpopular Sev
eral speakers w re on their feet in a imm
inent to oppose the measure. Doctor R F
Kane was given tho Jioor Ho staled that
the constitution of tho society provided for
the election of officers at the annual meet
ing to be held on the last Wednesday In
May. He insisted that the constitution
must bo followed or discarded altogether
The president replied that the point taken
was purely technical and that under the ex
isting conditions In the cltv he believed it
was best to waive it. Mr. Cooko said that
the ofllccrs elected for the coming jear
would have Important duties to perform and
believed that all the members should have
a voice In thtir election, so that the best
candidates would be wilected.
Paul Dillon nrove with alacrity and de
clared with vehemence that, technicality or
no technicality, the constitution stood and
that an election of officers should be pro
ceeded to forthwith. The gray-haired mem
bers with cool heads saw that some serious
disagreement might occur and nfter n whi.
pered consultation among thrm Doctor John
H. Simon mado a motion to adjourn. The
motion was carried.
122 Help Wanted Ads
Printed In to-day'H Rrpubllc.
HE PREFERRED DEATH.
Doctor Scott Was Charged With
Imitating a St. Louis Product.
New York. May DO. That Dr. W.E Scott of
No. T25 Fulton street. Brooklyn, was driven
to pulelde by business enemies is asserted
by his friends. He killed himself by tak
ing puro chloral hvdrale in a hotel at No.
207 Washington street Monday night.
Doctor Scott was to have been arraigned
In the Butler Street Police Court tc-day to
answer to a charge of having put on th?
market an imitation of a disinfectant
manufactured hy a St. Louis concern. It Is
supposed that he determined to kill himself
rather than undergo tho disgrace of ar
raignment in a police court.
HAS LITTLE SUPPORT,
Senate Exported to Table Motion
to IJeconsuler World's
PENNSYLVAMANS IN CAUCUS.
Their Proposition to Friends of the
J'liroha!' Exposition Latter
Now in a I'oitinn to Dic
The TtrpuWic Pure-ltl.
l(:!i S: and iYnnavlvaiiU Ave.
Washington. .May r Senator Gallincer's
motion to reeonsid r the vote by vvhioh the
Penat adopted the I-nuisHna Purchase
World's Fair amendment as. a part of the
sundry civil bill is the unfinished business
before the Senate Fnder tor rules the un-
thiKhed business Is liid before the Senate at
Z o'clock e ich day.
V.h-n Senator Galllncer's motion is
brought to the nttentlon of the Senate to
morrow for action, a motion will be made
bv onie frierd of the Fair to lay Senator
Galllngfr's motion on the table. The voto
will !lcn be taken on this motion Neither
Senator Cockrell nr Semtor Vest has. any
doubt as to the resmlt They arc confident
that the motion to lay the Galllnger motion
on the table will prevail by a good ma
jority. So fir as known the enly Senator beslls
Senator Galllngrr Fpeciallv interested In the
adijtion of S-nator Gnlllnger's mc-Jlon for
reconsideration is Senator Penrose of Penn
sylvania. Senator Penrose has an amend
ment which he is anxious to have made a
pa-t of the sundry civil bill, nnd for this
reason will support Senator Gallmcer In his
fight with a'i the irfiuence which he can
Semtor Penrose's amendment Is one
making an appropriation of S;ooX for the
I'hilad'lphl.i museums Senator Gallinger's
amendment, the ruling out of which ves
terday prompted his fight rn the Iiiiistana
Purchase World's Fair amendment, is an
amendment making an appropriation of
J7W to defray the expenses of a com
mission to Investigate the conditions with
regard to Oriental trade. The objectt n
whlrh has been made to Senator Gallln-j-'er's
proposition is that the work which
ho desires the commission to perform is
work which can jut as well be perform d
by the Amerlrin Consuls now rfsidtnt In
Pennsylvania's (Ineif lp.
This morning the Pennplvania delega
tion In the House held a caucus and de
cided to fight the Wo-ld's F-alr amerdmeit
when the sundry civil bill reached the
House, unless the fritnls of the World's
Fair amendment In tho Senate consented to
the adoption of the Penrose amendment
making an appropriation for the Phila
delphia museums After the caucus th"
Pennsylvar.lans sent word to Mr. Seth C hb
of their Intentions Mr Cobb'n reply was
that before the Pennsvlvanians sought the
old of tha friends of the Wo'ld'.- Fair to
help them In their light he thought It
would be proper f' r them to make Mr.
Dalzell and General Bingham of Pennsyl
vania desist from the efforts they have
been making to prevent the consideration
of the World's Fair measure in the House.
The friends of the World's Fair are now
In a position to dictate term. The Penn
svlvanians hove been brought to reali7e
this, and this afternoon .Mr. Hanna. th" i
manager of th FhllidelphW museums. ws
telegraphing to Influential men in the dis
tricts of Mr. Dalzell and General Bing
ham, urging them to have th-Ir representa
tives come out In support of the World's
Fair, a-s on their support of this measute
depended Philadelphia s, only chance of win
ning her fight for the museums' appropria
tion. TIio Senate Coup.
Tho ;reat coup which the friends of the
World's Fair executed in the Senate yes
terday was the clnVf topic on the House
side to-day. The moral elli-ct of the SmiH"
victory was undoubtedly greit. That class
of members which is anxious to be arrayed
on the winning side of .-very big prrro-t-tlon
was Influenced from antagont-m or in
difference to the World's Fair movement
to Hupport. The defeat of tho Speaker in
his fight to prevent consideration of the
World's Fair bill was acknowledg.il even
by his closest friends. None of them had any
hope that the Smate would adopt the G-.l-Knger
motion to rt consider. All regarded
it as practlcallv certain that the I-oui-dana
Purchase World's Fair ame-itlm.nt will be
a part of the sundr evil 1 ill. as the bill
will com.) to the House. Tin-. 1 lug the
cas a vote upon it will be unavcld.ihle.
The fact that the atn"ndm nt passed the
Senate without division and v.ithaut debate,
and tho further fact tint T' m'nl-rs of
the Hon" have slcnd the petition to the
Speaker for the consid ration ,f th. I!ou.
World's Fair bill, convince m.'fiv of tho
lukewarm or Indifferent m ml r- that th
World's Fair bill has niw semri-1 i I-ml
which. In all probability, will make it a
winner. Stnv m'mlicrs who would stand
hy the Speaker upon any issu,. where th.
outcome was in djuht will be quick to
turn anav from him h never it 1 evld-nt
that his pim'r Is to be overthrown. Pre
dictions were not nan'ing to-day. that the
Speaker himself. s mg hiimiliatb n riar
Irg him in the fac. would abandon his an
tagonistic poll, j
Even If the li"ii-. -h,i,.l vote to non
concur In the Stn.it- am-ndment for the
World's Fair, the fri nds of the measure
be-licvo th'-y will win out. A vot.- to non
concur would mik- the ani'ndni"nt a sub
ject of oonfercu.e. Th- Senate enf.-rees
on the sundrv civil bill will be s--n.iti.rs- Al
lison of Iov.a. Cockrell of Mis-sou i and Cul
lom of Illinois All thi-e of them are
warm frRnds if the I.juKiana Pmchase
World's Fair m-.vem lit.
Tho H-nivc confer.-.- will be Cannon of
Illinois, Hemeivvnv of Indiana and Mclln
of Arkansas Cannon. It l-die-tod, will
oppoM the motion to concur in the first In
stance. As chairman of the Committer on
Appropriations' he may fiI that he will
have to tak- tht stand In order to prevent
criticism from those who have sought to
get other new legislation on the sundry
civil bill Hemcnway of Indiana is thought
to be frle-ndl). Mcltae of Arkansas is
counted upon as a fri.-nd of the amend
ment. His State (Arkansas! has shown
great enthusiasm In the World's Fair move
ment Governor Jones of Arkansas was one
of the principal advocates of the World's
Fair bill before tho House special commit
tee. Caniion'H I'iKht.
How far Cannon of Illinois will se5 jt t0
carry his fight In conference Is a question.
Every member of the Illinois delegation ex
cept himself and he was not asked, for rea
sons of proprtotv has t-Igned th. petition
to Speaker Hncrson for consideration.
More than that nearly all of them have
signified their Intention of voting for the
appropriation of Jj.vW.OOO when the vote is
taken in tho Houe. With four of the con
ferees friendly to tho bill, one of them a
Senator from his own State, and with his
colleagues in the House anxious to vote for
the proposltlem, Mr. Cannon Is not In a po
sition to make much of a fight, even if he
Such being the condition". Governor Fran
cis. Seth Cobb. Corvvin Spencer and the St.
Louis Congressmen. Messrs. Joy. IJartholdt
and Pearce. are fe-eling to-night that their
chances of ultlmute victory are first-class.
Governor Francis and Messrs. Spencer and
Cobb to-day had a long conference with
Senators Cockrell and Vet. Tho Senators
pointed out to them the few chances of a
slip-up. but at the same time expressed the
opinion that the fightirg chances were now
considerably In favor of the bill's hucccss
Governor Francis and Messrs. Cobb and
Spencer to-day received a number of con
gratulatory telegrams on the success of
their efforts. Senator Cockrell also re
ceived o large number of similar messages.
J..&JH- W-. ..-
':S,. eije.' " -it4'"K:r"; CI
FRONT ;.TE OF PKKIX.
Tlie ' ISovers" who hive beer inlne.I b- part "f the .Min. In army a"d some of tho
imperial hm so troops are reported ma-sod at the gites ()f Pekin. preparing to at
tatk the capital
Ceintlnnpil I'rnm Pnge One.
his opinion, in the fact thit among the
Chin-se there are- "large numbers e-f in-
flamni ible persons."
The H..-rrs are a new organization. Sir
Hiilllila) never heard of it during hi- twen
ty 3 ears residence In China. Its members,
he savs. hate all white men.
Iindon Mav 31 -The Dally Mall has re
ceived the following from Tlen-Ti-ln. dated
"Heavy fighting has taken plice between
the Imperial troops and the "Hovers" at
L-il-Shin-Hi-SIe-i lut the result is not
known h. ie Railway traffic at Pfkln has
be- n r. sumed
'The for. ign settlemert here Is sufficient
ly prnie-cted by the Amerii at. and Jap.ir.--
tr'ops which have been linled. Conse
quently th exeitement has abited."
;i:ttHA. IIIIIMi M.IHV.
Itcrlln. Maj ."!0 Ke-garellng the ellsorders
fome-ntcd In the "Hovers." a high eilficial
of the German Foreign e Kfi.-e said to-dev
"(Jerman e-ltizrns hiv. ft jet been at
tacked ti.rm.inv. therefore has b-en fol
lowirg the le.id of ?rance in diplomatic ac
tion, her c'ti7.en- being more immediately
affected. The case will be otherwise if the
German legation at Pekin Is attacked "
When nski-el If it vvrrc true trat If) Ger
man m.irlncs had Jolntel 10ft Frcn h ma
rine's for the rescue of the imperile'd Itei
glans. the oiiieial replied:
"There have been no cills for marines It
must have he-en civilian Germans, acting
upem th.-irown resiKitu-lhilisy "
The- Foreign "fllce uttrihutes the trembles
in China to th- hostile iittitu o ..f tl pres
ent Chinese G-eic-iinv-nt towar-1 f-ireigni is.
mi iii:i:i( v.s kii.i,i:i.
Washington. Mav " -Not a word has
been rece-iv-d at the State or N.iVj ilepart-in-'tits
from anv of th. oiliclals In China
sine e tenia) s report from Milliter Con.
ger Communication bj cable Is still o)n.
so it 1- assume i ;,y tiic oflunls her-- thit
there has Ixe-n no se-'ih e- ehei-gc in the
s-ltuation. r at any rate. non affecting
Amerlcstn Interest. In 1 u-t. these interests
have s- far not he-en .ilrectlv attack, el .lur
ing the- present uprisirg bv the "Itoxers."
and State Department !'i- i il- ellrcct att-1-tie-n
to the f-ie-t up to this i. me the mas-a-e-res
have been confined to the native "hl
tiins. No- a single American iltiien has
be n killid so far as Is known. If the slt
mtion' were to continue on this bis ;t
might be difficult to find ground for such
arbitrary action as the .anding of I'nit1
States marines, in the Chinese cipltal. but
as Mr C-'tme r's reports so t-Iearlv ineli'-ate 1
th- nppreh. nslon that the d.-vo'.ij ment eif
the "lloxer" iiprici:.g would involve the
Je-opardv of American life and proper!, the
State Depai tine nt could no longer m-gVc
his warning, hrnc- the eilspati h of marines
MISSIONARIES IN DANGER.
Lir-t of Those Working in DNturlit-tl
I.ot'iililies of ("IiiiKi.
In Am.rlcan mission clrclo? In London It
Is said that the inter.-sts ciiletlv concertied
In tho dlstuil-e-d districts of China an
American. It Is p.lnt.d out that several
important Amerl"an mission stations with
wennen among the members eif their ssfiffs
nre at Pao-Tmg-Fu. where- the missionaries
are re port, d te. be- e-ut off.
Among Americans In the district at pres
ent threatened by the "Roxcrs" around
Pekin are the Reverend Harry E. Ivlug
and Mrs King in charge of the Methodist
mission station at I'ao-Chin. and th- Rev
erend Nehemlah Hopkln. Mrs. Hapkins and
Mr I .innic HIrjglns Ho)k!ns. who were
transf. rresl ro that post. The Reverend
George- R. Invis, Presiding Elder eif the
dlstrli t. was nut of I'ekln. and at nni of
the mo adjicent stations at the time of
thte fperteel eiisturbstiices. Mr. ami Mrs.
Rurton Revpolds of Florid i. who are not
rnlssionarie-. wen- nt the station.
The Reverend Mr and Mrs. King are
both grulii.ites of Wesletan Fnlverslty and
ev.-ll known throughout the cliurch The
Reverend .Mr and Mrs. Hopkins hive Ion.r
been in the field.
Among the In Pekin are Miss Alice T-r-re
1 eif Xe vv v, ork. pre.tes.sor in the university;
the- Rever.liel Francis Gamewell an-1 Mrs
Miry Porter Gamewell. formerly eif Ruf
fale., N. V.. th- Re-verend Kdwarel K. Lovvry
and wife- the Reverend Gi orge I.ory and
wife-, both f imllifs of Denve-r, Colo ; the
Reverend Illram H. Lowry and wife. Doc
tor W II. Curtis" ami wife, the Reverend
Fieel Iiavner and wife-, the Reve-re-nd WiU
lim T Hobirt aiul wife-, the Reverend
.lanie-s H. Pke and wife, tho Reverend
Marcus L Taft and wife. Mrs. Mary I.
Harrow. M. I . Miss Rachel R. Renn. M.
D ; .Miss Crouch, r. Mi-s Gllman. Miss
Gla.-e M. 1).: .Mrs. Jewell, Miss Shocklev.
Miss M. Ida Stevenson, M D.. Miss Anna
A Steen-, Miss Terry. M. D ; MNs I'rancls
C Wilson and Miss Fllie G. Young.
At Tlcn-Tsln are th" Re-verend FrcdTle
Rrovvn and Mrs. Agnes Harker Rrown of
The- Preshjterian Hoard of Foreign Mis
sions has a mission at Pao-Tlng-Fu, whle-h
it ex-cupl.-d in 1'Jl. The missionaries sta
tl T.ed there are the Reverend J. W. Lovvtle,
the Reverend J. A. Miller. Mrs Miller, the
Reverend F E. SImcox, Mrs. Sime-ov. Doc
tor C. Vardley Taylor. Mrs. A P. Liurie,
Doctor Cortlandt Van Rensselaer Hodge
and Mrs. Ho.lge. Near H.OM visits were
made by natives to the dispensaries of this
mission in one jear.
The missicn also maintains a church at
Man Chen, thirteen miles from Pao-Tir.g-Fu.
The American Hoard of Commissioners for
Foreign Missions also has a mission nt Pao-Tlng-Fu.
The following missionaries are
stationed there: The Reverend George E.
Ewlng. Mrs. Ewlng. Miss Annie A. Gculd.
Miss Mary S Morrill. Doctor Willis C.
Nesblc. Mrs. Nble and .Mr. and Mrs. Horace
The- Ilrf Prescription for Malaria
Chills and rntT Is a bottle of Grove's Tat-les
Chill Tonic. It I slmrly Iron and qjinlne In a
Ubtelefs form, o curer.o pay. I-rice Mc.
Thonina l:. llnrrett'et Election.
Thomas E. Barrett, who was elected a
member of the Stato Judiciary Committee
nt Tuesday's convention at Cape Girarde-au,
declares that his election to that position
was not th- result of any compromise or
concession. Ho says that he was a candi
date for Committeeman nnd was elected
b-cause he had the required number of
Jfew IVannsh Train.
ave St. Louis 11 JO p. m. Arrive Buffalo
7:E0 p. ra., after June 3.
BRITISH AT PRETORIA.
Cnnlinneel From Piikc Oar.
London ten elavs ago, telling of a Rritlsh
spv learning from them on the-tr pass.ige
to Amirlc.i that they had no Intention of
returning to Africa created no surprise- here
The lnite-il States will see- a te-nuontloii-
Influx of them in the next few months, and
German West Afrlra will rec.Ive- many of
them. They are arriving by the tralnloid,
scn.e with their valuables, others without.
HISTORY OF THE WAR.
I.rief Siiniiiiiirv of the Unities, am!
the it to Kngland.
October -War e'eclaicil by timers 01th).
Mate-king les!e-ged (12th). Natal Invaded.
Rritish victorj at GIrncce (2"th. Ictorj
at Elatidslaagto Cist). Victory at Reltfon
tela (24th). Yule Joins White nt Ijdysmlth
Clh). Defeat at Nicholson's NVk CeUh).
Novcmbe-r Cape e'olony Invadcil. Iidy-.sn-ith
isolatcel tld). I"irst of army corp ar
rives, nfih, dlvlin mobilizes! llrltlsh vic
tory at Rclmont (23). Victory at Enslln
(iT) Ruller arrives. Victory at MexMer
I'eeemlier Gatacre drfe-ated at Sternberg
(Mthl Methiien l-'iten at .Mag.-rsfnnt.-In
ilith) Rulle-r defeated at Colcn--o (15th).
Roberts apt-olnte-el Comminde r-in-Chi.-r.
j Iils.istrous sall from Mafeklng (Kth) Gen
eral French victorious at Col-sburg.
Januirv Rocr attack on Iidysmiti fallel
(fithi e'ompiny of Suffolks capture-d Rob
erts anil Kitchener arrive. Hullcr's second
attempt to relicv" Ladysmith. Spion Kcp
taken and ahindonel ('",l-2;th).
Fehruarv Third attempt -f Ruller nt
Vaalkrantz falls Cth-Sth). Robert-'s id
vanie Into Free State begins 12th) Klm-
l-e-rle-y relieved (t.'.th) Cronjo surrounded
and captured lSth-27th). Colcnso fccupled
by Huller tfiithi I.idysmlth relieved (Jithe.
Msrch Aelvpnro teeward HIetemfonteln.
r." prejmsals by Rocr Presidents iT.th).
Rritish Victory at Popiir Grove (7th) Rob
erts enters Fre-e State Capital (11th) Clrm
nts nnd Catacie enter Cap- Colony. Plum
er driven bick bv Mafklngs h-slegers
J-.ul-rt dies (2Rh). Rritish disaster at San
na's Post (3isi).
April Rritish force c.iptured at Redders
burg (31 ith) Villehols-Marenil killed In
battle He.ers besiege Wepcner (th 2111)
Carrlngton reiches R-lra.
May Roberts Irf-ing" march northwarel
(1st) Rrandfort occupied fM). 7.tt River
crr-sspfl ("tb). Kreons-tad occupie-l (12th).
Ruller elrlves Roers from Higgarslierg
Mafeklng relieved (17th). Roberts leaves
Kro-ns; id for Pietorla (21st) Crosse-j
Rh.-nnMcr River (21th). French enters
Transvaal (21th). Robert. three- days later.
Johannesburg and Pretoria occupied (30th).
Cost rf war:
Approximately, the war In South Africa
has cost Great Rrltaln In men killed In
action cr"": elle-1 from wounds. 0"0. elled
from ill-ea.se. 2.STA; captured and mlFSlng.
4..V); -le-k and wounded. 10 Total. :i.250t
In money-ln eight months- $S7i.ihv.v.
DOESNT BELIEVE IT.
One of the IJoer Knvovs Discusses
News From Africa.
Roston. Miy . Mr. Fischer, the chilr
rrati of the Roer elelegates to this country.
was seen :-t the popunr concert lo-ntgnt by
The Republic representative, nnd wo
shown the dispatch from Pretoria raving
that Kruger had fied; that the army hid
been dlsmlss-d and that Roberts would bo
in Pretoria to-night.
"I have scon this dispatch before." said
he. "and while we, of course, cannot say
anything at all about this, still I am not
yet prepared to believe the truth of th
rressag... As to our staving In this country.
It depends altogether on our Instructions
from tho executives."
SAYS THE WAR IS OVER.
London Times Also Compliments
Anierican Consul Hay.
Ixindon. liny 31. The Tlmes says this
"The war Is practically oyer. Ily this
tlmo the Rritish Sing Is living In Pretoria.
Mr. Kruger has fled and is ero this half
way to De-lagoa na.
"Mr. Hay. son of the United States Sec
retary of State, who holds the ollice of
American Consul nt Prctorle. and who. In
that capacitj. took charge of our Interests,
thoughtfiill) insisted on a speeial step for
safeguarding the largo number of llrltlsh
SENATE'S NEELY COMMITTEE.
It Calls I'pon Uffii'ial.s for Informa
tion. Washington. May CO. The Senate Com
mittee on Relations with Cuba to-day held
Us first meeting under tre resolution direct
ing an Investigation Into irregularities In
Cuba, but took no action beyond the- adop
tion of a number of resolutions calling up
on the various elepartments for information
hearing upon the points covereil by the
Follow ing is the text of tho resolution,
adopted by the committee, covering the In
formation to be asked of the Secretary of
"That tho chairman be elirected to call
immediately on the Secretary of War in
separate communications for the statistical
and other Information required to enable
the committee to make the investigation
and report to the Senate ordered by the
retolutlon of May 2ti. l'jt The Ilrst com
munication to call for the Information re
quired by tho second clause of the resolu
tion as to re-ceipts in Culn, the second com
munication to call for the expenditures re
quired by the third clause of the resolution,
the third communication to call for the
statement concerning public works and the
contracts re-quirel by the fourth clause of
the resolution, and the fourth communica
tion to call for the statement ns to person
al property Intrusted to any olllcer In Cuba
called for bv the fifth clause of the resolu
tion, and request the Secretary of War to
furnish the facts called for In parts from
time to time as the department may bo
abla to ascertain and arrange the same, a
and to completely furnish all tho Informa
tion as soon a practicable.
The general expectation Is that no visit
will he paid to Cuba h.-forc next fall.
TRYING TO SAVE MONEY.
ISristow Comliines Cuban Hureaus
A Significant Assertion.
Havana. May .".0 Although. In eonse-qu-ni-e
of thr Decoration Day functions
the- post eitllce- and th. oillces of the Postal
Department wero clo-eel. jir. Rrl-tow and
tlie- iri-i.e-cte.irM were- h ird at work until a
late hour. Mr Hrl-t.nv amalgam it'll the
mom y crder anel regl-ter bureaus uru'er n
hlef thus effi.-tlng :i reduction of SZ.V
in expenses 'J h,. appointment bureau was
nl-o reorganizes!, an 1 its expenditure was
ie-luc el JI.O.
1. 1 I.ueh.i. eli-eusslng the extravagance of
K-tes C RathlM.ne. .s.iy --jir H.uhhoii
had higher authority than his own for e very
eent he expctideel. bin, owing to pirtv
lot ally, he ha.s k. it itii. t unele-r Insults It
is not likely thit he- will uhinit much
NEELY COMPANY CLOSED.
Warrant of Attachment Fs-ucd on
Muncie. Ird., Miy M -The Neelv Print
ing Companv. which was e-stablished l.v
'haries F W Neeiy of the Cuban Postal
Se rvlce now- under arrest on charges of ex
tensive .ml.e-zzlement in tint elep.irtir.cn'.
w.-.s close .1 lo-elav by I'nlteel States Alar
sh .1 Fe.Ie v of Indlanipol's. acting n a war
ran of atla. lime nt Issue d on the petition of
....- V.'J .-. ....I. in
The closing of the establishment throws
fifty me-n ejtit etf ernnlovm.nr It ts nll--.wl
th.-ir :;.-- ree-e-ntlv dispos.d of the pre.p- I
erty to Themis CampU-Il of Zmesville. I
i. and (General Manager R. II Cowan. In
order to prevent confiscation by th- Gov- I
e-rrment Mr Campb.il savs. however,
that Ne-clv his a half Interest In the es.
tnbllshmenl The matter will be -f-tlt-d In
the- Federal Cniiit at Indianapolis.
GOVERNOR STEPHENS'S LETTER
He Favored Phelps for Dcl(gate
Neva'la, Mo. Mav SO A e-ter received
here by a prominent citizen from Governor
Stephens. Just l-fe.re the Vernon County
Convention to select delegates to the two
State conventions, and which has Just,
b en ninde p'ibik. has aroii-rel a great ileal
of e-omment :unong Deini--r:its wlio wat-h
the progrr-s ,f State polfte-. It hid be.-ti
supi .1 that Colonel Phelps was no ionge-r
a eanei.il.ite for e.eli-gate-at-I erg.-. Tne let
ter 1 as fo le ws.
Eve c.itivu Department, State- of .Mis
souri .lef!ei-..on (It). Mo. April 12. lf-0
I 'ear sir Aft. r having fail. d to serve- von
in th.- one favor aske-el of me. I fe, 1 a ei-ll-
e.eev in writing vou at this time I hop.,
however, th- seed sown will xcl bring forth
fruit, but niti-t confess mj own imp ill. n-
nnd eli-appotntiiHrt As .,u know mv
fit-nd- hav- been urging ir- for one eif the
tour el.l.gat.s-it-Iarge t., the National
Democratic oi.vention. I hav- gone int..
combination.- f r or against no one- I have
tal.cn It for grantee! for s-.m- time that ex
Governor Stone will he one of the dele
gates, also. Colonel Phedps This is uliout
tin- onlv favor tie "t.ltrel ever askeel at
our hands We have fn-iml hi'n often
"ui:e handy als.ut eonv.ntlon times." our
frleniLs g. nerally like- to have him around,
owing to th mary favors he has to distribute-.
If jeur e-oun'y would Instruct tor
him as well a- for Governor Stone and mj -self.
1 think it w. uld 1m a good tiling In
m.mv w.ij- Tl . re i ne re-..son wliy the-ex-G-.v.
riuir should Iraki- w ir em the riil
rouls, just as we arc e rtertn into a great
campaign, nor Is there my r-asoti wh he
should try to elrav. the party grnerallv in
to his prlvato quarrels. W.- may need the
railroad vote- this fall There are. as vou
know, some thing like- 3h,("j read employ's
in this State, the majority of whom ar-Dem-srats
The seleetion of Ph.-Ip- und-r
the cirmunstances would not be bad poli
tics If it wer- not for th.- close relations
existing betw.-n us I would not write you
the lett-r If ye. u agree with me I would
appreciate anv work veu miy do In veur
eounty along the-so llue-s. our fri-nds at
the capital are el-eply intercsfel In the suc-te-ss
of Captain A ( . Allen for State Audi
tot I think bevond any eloiiht he has su
perior fpialificatlons to any who are run
ning against htm. If jcu can assist him
his frlend.s will remember jcu. Very sin
(Signed) I.ON V. STEPHENS.
RKpritijc srr.t IAI
Jul tin. Mo , Mav 3 -The Stephens letter
was written te Irvln ("lOrelon.
In re-plv t an Inquiry regarding the let
ter, e.overneir Stephens sent the following
"Jrffcrson City. Mo. May 1 -To the
(Jabe-. .lopll-i. .Mo The letter is a personal
ore. but Is authentic I have taken little
e-t no Inte-rest in any cf the- contests this
year I think the tiglit on the nitlro.nl em
ployes s unfortunate for the party, and
personalty ::t no reason why Colone-I
Ph. Ips. If a candidate, should not le a delegate-.
(Signed) "I.ON V. STEPHENS"
To-night at the Democratic primaries cx
(Jovcrnor Stone was unanimously ir.elorsed
for Natlon.il Committeeman and delrgate-at-large
to the- Ic moeratie Convention.
"ahir.-tm. V!.,y uft Portca.t for Thur.dv7-
Arleans. l"rtly el.u.ljr Thur.Iaj . Friday
fr.ir. vnatlte eeln-ls
OKUlioiiia and Indian Te -rttori- I-robanly
tliumierst. rms and cooler Thursday; KriJay
flr. varlit.I winds.
Indiaai Ilertly cle.u.ir Thursday, with siow
tTH in Huthera portkn; 1-tlJay fair, llht to
fresh vanebie wind.
llllncts- l"irtly cloudy Thursday: PriJay fair;
Ilrflit lo fresn varlalle nlnis
b.-.e-i-deiierally r.ir Thjrs-lay md Kn-lay,
Mie-wHiri !ari!y clotily Thurslay; pror-ably
recti, ret! showers. It.Uy fair. varlolc winds.
St. Louis. May Jft, 1.
t9 a m. 6J p in.
Itammrtcr. inches :.eJ j.jS
1 herincn-.e-ter, -le-pree-a 70 P
flew pe-lnt. ele-reeJ M
IMieetli-n of wind N K
Veteslti of win.l e; :)
WVatherr at e:S3 it. m.. part ck-u-iy; at $ 55 p.
m. ti u.l Mjxltnum t.mpr-i:ure. . mini
mum le minrrature, to. Itivr, l-.i f.et
T. J IIVATT,
local Pcreeul ejlllcloS.
Pe rartne-nt of Agriculture. Wcaira-r Itureau.
Metcor.-Icglral observations recelted at t. Liuls
May W. wj). at 6 p. m . local tune, and p.
m w-rnty-aftti m-rtdliln time. Ot.erv atieni ta-k-u
nt tho saxtid moment cf tlme at all station.
Ktatiboi. lir. lUr. Tp-Mi-PrfsWeothrr.
Neiw Y:k Vv 3t'.lti ts .J .... Olou-ly
PhtladeliJiia W" W.IJ 70 7 .... Ciuu ly
vajhln-rtc.n SI2 30.1: 7j 7S .... Fair
Norfolk ...!ii; 3, 1 74 n .... Clear
Charlatte hK "M.li 74 M K-lr
Ja. kvinvtll fee' 30.16 74 tl near
Atlanta HB J '.12 7S t; Cloudy
MortRorwry ......Nvv 3)a 8 76 E6 .... Clouly
VI. k-t.urg SB :. 72 M .CS Cleeuiljr
New Orl-ana SB M.04 71 52 .11 Cloudy
Utile- Hock NVV 2JS1 72 W Haiti
5alet.n S ."J S N M I'atr
I'alrntn'i ...NVV 3i.uJ 78 M . Clear
M.mphls .... ....Fn 2e.s 76 7 ,C2 Clouly
Nashville ..SB 3.vS 7 SI 1. -arty
T. tun o--a ,...SH 2u.ll 7 SO Clnu-ly
Iusil!!e SW 30.1 64 VI1.H Italn
IndMnipr-Ila S 30.-j 72 7 CToudy
(T ctan.nl SVV "KM 72 7 .14 ClnuJy
1-lltsburs SV 3-)04 76 SI Clouiy
I-arkrrsburg .VV 10.10 74 7S .12 Cleudy
Hurrah. SVV VJ. j 4 72 Fnlr
Clrv.tan'l S 30 02 70 75 .02 I'olr
:rend Haven. .. -SW I; j 72 72 .. . Pair
Mar-iuette i: ) 54 M 7a .c: Pair
chicigo sw :.: 76 w .. . ciouiy
Iv.tuth NVV M.-M 70 76 .... Ci'lr
Dubin-re NVV 2S.W ft m . Pair
Iaveniort .. ...SB 20 7 -.; .01 rnouJy
SJ Paul NVV 9.M 74 W .... Pair
I).s Vlnlnes .. Ni: M 01 7? f2 Cloudy
SerlncRe-W. 111. .. S 7r 'rt 7( K .... Pair
Pt IXUls K 75 w 76 2 . .. n u!y
cairn SB 3-V-l so l.v, Cloudy
Srringtl'M. Mo i: 2s 'O 7S 7S .... Pair
Kan-.n City .. .NVV 29 W 71 ' . .. Clrudj-
e-lraa n 2 " 74 n e'loudy
Hill n N 31.4 7 76 Cir
Ill-marck SVV Ifl "2 72 7 ... f .ear
g- vrf!l NW 21.14 v, ot . niir
Catfiry B -- 12 .' .f Pair
llivr W 2a -H '6 70 .... Pair
JleVna NVV '-'. KZ 61 enoirfy
ltai-ld i-lty B 2.v 71 72 .... Cirar
N' rth Platte .... "K : -2 71 2 .... Pair
(Tieyenn NVV 21 7 7S 1 .... Cli-ir
Penvrr PR 2J."4 0 4 .... Clear
li.sii-- City Calm 2.'2 74 $4 .... Talr
Oklihom-a Nil 21 '-o '2 f6 ... Cloudy
IT; rao E n 7S 0 M Pnlr
Ahiien" NVV M M S4 .... Clear
narillo ... n r ( w
i;nn I .lunctitm vv rj 76 f6 "2
Salt Like NW 75 2 2 2
r.dlr City PVV r 1 TS 7
S?nta Te SB 23.10 70 V
Indicates Inaprre-clable preclpifntinn
ty-a! Porecast Ofliciak
PATRIOTISM'S NEW PLEDGE.
Pemocratic Clubs Requested to
Pnlcmnly Observe July Fourth.
Washington. May CO. IV. It. Hearst,
president of the National Association of
Democratic Clubs, had a formal conference
with the principal Democratic leaders In
Washington at the Metropolitan Hotel to
day regarding the plan of campaign to b
followed In tho approaching presidential
struasle. Senator Jones, chairman or the
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She has a wealth of picturesque woodland, deep forests,
balsamic atmosphere, cooling Breezes, blue waters, be
sides the Region of Lake Superior the whole a pot
pourri of Nature's kindliest handiwork. Spend your
vacation in Alinnesota.
A finely illustrilcl and carefully compilcl folder, dcscriritt!( Minnesota's
woddcrftil l?kc region, free and available after June lct, at City Ticket Office,
liurlttiRton Koutc, S. W. Comer Hroailway and Olive Streets, or sent hy mail by tlis
(General I'asscnscr Agent, St. Louis.
Pemocratic National Commitfe: Rrpre
set.tative lllchanlson. Icm 'cratic leader in
the- House and chairman of the Congres
sional Committee. Judge Chauncey K.
Ilia. k. Ileprese-ntatlve Slaydeii and others
Il was arced that the Democratic Na
tional Committee. tr-e Association of P-m-
K-ratic Clulw and the De-morratic Congres
sional Cam.aign Committee should work
At the close of the corference President
He .r--t i'sued the- lollr.wlng statement
"To the IJe-mocratic Clubs and Soclttles
of the Lrltcl States IJecent e-vents In the
hUte.ry ..f the I'nue.1 States tolnt to the
aipreeaehlrg arnlversarv of th" birthday
of th.- nation as a day that should be ecle
1 rated with spe.ial fav.ir t lit- jear There
are tho'c in ln rati, n vvho seek to create-tile-
Impre ssior that the Amrncan p. opl--hav.-
outgrown the ir 1' ve for the just prin
ciples of Government expressed In tho
Declaration or Independence and are readv
to surrender their moral leadership among
nations in order te gratify a newly 'Kirn
instinct for lmpe-ri..l power, fourel.-d on a
colonial sjstem. All the 1). moeratie clubs
nnd societies are earnestly re-eiuested tl
assemble on tho Tourth of July, and all
patriotic citizens, regardless of past party
affiliation, are urge-d to Join with them in
a new- pledge of fidelity to the nopublt"
as the fathers made it I.et the people of
the 1'nlted States unite In their various cit
ies, towi-s nnd villages In a demonstra
tion of the confidence they fee! In the form
of Government under which th nation has
grown to Its present greatness The dan
ger -vhich threatens the country is real
and lnmlneri. it seems appropriate-. ul,-, .--fore,
that citizens who believe that the
fore mat Citizens wnn nl!ve eiiiee iii-
le-c!aratlon of Independence is not merely I
nn academic document should me-et to
gether on this day and give voice to the
national sentiment that all nv-n are created
free and equal, anel that there must be ro
subject colonies under the American flag.
"V. H. IIKARST.
"President of National Association of Dem
ocratic Clubs "
134 P.onr.liii Plaros
AdvertU-eel in to-day's Republic.
C. M. DONALDSON'S FUNERAL
lie Will l!e I.uiital in J'.ellefontaine
l.oide IJis Wife.
The furrral of Charles -M. Donaldson, for
merly of this city, who dieil last Sunday In
Paker I'ity. Ore., will take plae- at 4
o'clock this afternoon at the Central Pres
byterian Church. Harrison anil Lucas ave-HU.-S.
with the lteverend lector Carr of
ficiating. Tli" Iiody will Irf- burltd In the
Donaldson lot In He Ilefemtaine.
Charles II. Donaldson was born In Ten-rr-fca
In ls.13 ami came to this cltv when
about 23 jears old. He entered the otflce
of one of the leading cotton brokers of the
city, ami ro--e rapidly in the business final
ly "he leg elected general manager of tho
Cotton Compre-ss Company, a peisltlon
which he held for several years under the
Peirame.ro ndT.lnlstration. Twelve jears
ngo ho left this city fe.r the We-s-t. He mar
ried a MNs Kerloy of Texas while engaged
In th ceitton business, but she elled in this
city about two ears ago whllo here on a
visit. Sho vvas burled In the lot at Delle
fomalne. and It w-a3 the often-expresed
wish ef Jir. Donaldson to be burled beldo
her. His body was In conse-eiucnce shlppe-il
to this citv by friends upon his eleath. Al
though he has manv friends In this city, he
haa no living relatives here. He was ejulto
a political ilgure in the West in the last
campaign, being an enthusiastic advocate
of the stiver ticket and ran for Congress
In p-fe.; but unsuccessfully.
A number of Jir. Donaldson's friends
A MOTHER'S STORY.
Tells About Her Daughter's IllnoBi
and How Sho was Roliovod
Two Letters to Mrs. Pinkham.
"Mrs. Pixejiam : I write to tell you
about mr daughter. She is nineteen
years old and i-s flowing all the time.
and has been for about
three months. The doc
tor does her hut Tery
little good, if any. I
thought I vvoulel
try I.ydia H. I'ink-
I ham's Vegetable
Compound, but I
want your advice
before beginning its
use. I hare become
very much alarmed
about her, as she is
getting so weak."
Mrs. Matilda A.
Mill, Macon, Ga.,
May 21, IS'j'J.
" Dear Mrs. Pixk-
, ham: It affords me
great pleasure to tell
yott of the benefit mv
daughter has received from the use of f
Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com-i
pound. After beginning the use of
your medicine she began to mend
rapidly and is now able to be at her
work. Her menses are regular and
almost painless. I feel very thankful
to you and expect to always keep yonr
Vegetable Compound in my housa. It
is the best medicine I ever knew. You
have my permission to publish this
letter if you wish, it may be the means
of doing others good." Mns. Matilda
A. Camp, Manchester Mill, Mmob, Ga.,
e F" JTS SP P1 Ask , I
E" IS w3 S21 r oac I
1 i a 9 f of oue i
j Colbf- I
? Buttonc-3 no charge Hi
O.V OUR WINDOWS.
AND PINE, 1
THE W000S AftD WfiTERS
will act as pallbearers this afternoon, tho
who will --erve in tm c .iiv. Irir.g S A.
Ueirls. A. c Stewart. I .-tor K- ifsnvder.
Sl S I.arde r K K- vvl. r ua.t Collector
of the- Port Ch.erl. H. .-mith.
Adeance Sle-e-iie-rs tee Michigan.
Illinois Ceritr:il will r r .. s:-- i.il through
Isle-eper tej Petosk.-v I'n. av. Jul.- 1. which
will le-ive st i,m ,,n tb .i-' 'u special
at 12: noon e'lll at tie k t e -il . for par
ticulars. Hegular servi-e- vvi'i commenca
nlKiut June Is.
RACE WAR IN K1RKW00D.
riiincM' .'Hid Xcjrrocs I'ijrht Out R
T - Chinese and Fume e.f the negroes la
Kirtw -lexl e-nengrd tn ' rer.-l s rife vester
day afternoon It is tru. hat the chlncnu
p..pulatlon eoiwtsjs nf but tw.J m- "t -Jnrt
Sing anil Jin Sing-but thesr two have art
Intermin ibl vocaluIao of eptH ts at their
e-on-natiil. and. 1-id.s. whe-i it comes to
kicking and 'cratchlrg they are esjual to
a elizei. Africa-s
The ncgrries aeicpted s-luggirg- tactics ani
th Chinese eventually retreated to th
The trouble sff-ms to have arisen
thrrurh race anlmrvsity J-m Sing and a
negro nineM Je.iinseu wer abusing eacii
oth -.Th.-y beet freucntiv done this I-
fore without coming to a flcht. Put on ttl
e.ccasirn blows s-iccH-.led epithet. John
r--ii i... .-u n i--i. -mi jii-i .ti.ti u;ii. ei.iixeiurte
s-nd failed te brc i!t aw av Jan jumped on
son iarde!i a left em Jir-i and Jirn clinched
.Johnson'.-, lo -k and It looked as If the negro
r. es In a bad wnv- Pi.t hia friends rallied
to his rescue, and nw-n a half dozen ne
groeos and tr- tve Chinese wer" mixed in
an Indi.-e-rimlnn'e pile, s.;reoc!ilns and
shouting, kicking ami pulling h Ir.
Jlarshal S--.-r.-st was notlftVU of tho dis
turbance, but when be appenreel thes r.e-g--iM-s
retreatcel. anel Jan and Jim, after a
great .leal of talk, manage I to ceinvlnco
him that they did not desrve to b ar
restee!. Traveler- will find thit seas'ekness. car
sicknes.s an-1 other dlsturbinces from travI
are prompt!- averted b eiringelne" pevvT
dcr before starting, repeating every four
WpCoj anil O'D.iniie-ll e Itox.
lA-nn. 3!as. M-v- "0 Tie K f'and Club
has sjgn.-d Kid M--C v -e- ln.r S 've. O'Don
i.elt fifteen round- en the - .en.tig cf Juno
7 JlcCoy wir.d hu bo epl.i.n ? trom Chi
cago YOU CAN'T TAKE
AND KEEP SJCtt
if it's ITcail.iches, lackacbcs,
Jtlieunintism or Dyspepsia
that trouble jou.
Sold byalldrnsjis... PrcparexIorlrbyThs
Dr.J.H McLein Mr i i f 5t Lm.Mo.
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
1T2B .. THIKTKK.XTIt ST.
Continue" to rr rrrfclltjrr p-iM!e with
dret-tliii hand wcr nil no r'le-mioels n4
htrtajr !atel d'-yitfl Lme.tte flatX Poa
mn,iA;.r r. HOLirtsi. n. j. precMam,
USTABWiJIlKD IS ISO
MIssoBri State iilmuat Fire and Marias
Oif.ct Ko. IIT 7ittit Bt . ht. Io:. Xo.
Ted. Blt Xaln ITTL Ted. K:nioe A JOJJ.
I-oitete Ar V.'rltte-n on Either Elect er Itu
I. It C ru"". Auruti.s 5-f:-!erhul.
D. D. WaTke-r. Her- C. llnsrttialt,
Jn W. De-ll. y. H. Orthveln.
! & Kaime. V"rc- P. Ilvenei.
Postal Telegraph Gallia Go,
Main Ofllee, I-evelede Ratldlnc,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
400,000 .title-. AVlrv, S.OOO Oaieicn.
We would b plmil to hsudU root
Trircruia, Trr ns. Telrpherne. Mutt
A Thick Little Book
Is Ordinance No. 19,991, ro
vising the General OrdU
nances of the City of St.
Louis. It is just from the
press, bound in paper and
convenient for reference.
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