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-"' TITE REPUBLIC: FKTDAY, JTJXE S.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Discount ra'-5 wore f. to 7 per c"Til : on
cnll ami tin. lns. Clearances S.-.:Ve.i,9.
glances. $!.. Sw York cxchanRf. JiV
discount bid. pir ai.ke.1; Ixjulsvllle. li)c dis
count MJ. par asked. chi.i.o. Wo discount
bid. par .ifk.d. Cincinnati. 10e eWouut Ml,
par uske-1; New Oile-uns. We- diseount bid,
The local wheat narket closed lilirher al
70c June. '3 ti. Juiv. tJc n. Auk.. 70",c 1).
Sept- 7U:7-.'iC No red. eurn closed steady
it JS'tc n. June, s&'.c Ir. July. '- ! S.pt-.
-"j's.li-st'fC No. 2 white.: nai.i closed at Zlo
n. June-, :i4c b. July. a-c seji: c X... :.
At Cl'leMR" wheal closed hleher at C
n. June. SyTrtc b July; earn do-ed higher
nt f.svfec li. June. S.s-c a. July. Wu Au;.;
oats closed at 21'c.lune, 21V Jul.
The loeil inarkat for stimUrd incf pork
closed steady at 111 Ti for new. J'rlrno
steam ltrd closed firmer .it O.i1?"; chelcu
Spot cotton locally closed steady.
LOCAIj AND FriMTKHAX.
Kamuel A. Smith, a profit clerk of tho
Simmons Hardware, Company, committed
FUlclde yesterday mominjr by drinking car
l)l:c acid and then drowning hlm-elf la
Forest Turk Lake.
ItuJolrh Qreb of St. Lout", whlla at tho
Tope Uiuccso works, at Venire, yesterday
sftemoon. fell lr.lo a vat of boilins water
and was fatally scalded.
Jusga A. Y. Hope of the Alton City
Court and A. L. Krown. editor of tho Ed
wardsvllio Democrat, engaged la a fUt-f!:;h:
la th Mjdlson County Circuit Court nt 11J
xvarJsvlIle yesterday raomlnj..
William Jennlncs Erjan of Venice-, a sec
tion, hand, fell from a handcar yesterday
jnoinlnc. sustaining eer lnurics.
A huckster's npn was struck yestcrday
mornlnK by an taiston avenuo ear. Ired
Grosejohasn and rred Moore, who vicro on
the wagon, wero seriously Irurt n.ml tho
vagon was damolished.
At the baby show yesterday tho exercises
consisted of sonss and dances end other
ertonalnments by tho children.
At a meeting of th Southern Lumber
Manufacturers' Association hell ye-tenlay
lt was decided to curtail the production of
lumber for ninety days because of tho stag
nation In building.
Night cars wero run for tho Srn time
p'.r.ce tho lnauiruratlon of the strlko lat
nl2ht on tho Finney nvenue lino. A four
minute schedulo waa maintained until mid
night. GENERAL. DOMESTIC.
Vlnrlnla, 1VU.. swept by firs. Loss. .
GuO. Miss Mary Crocker, daughter of a lato
New York millionaire, wedded la great
fctyle to F. U. Harrison.
night ram and a child killed In an Occi
dent on an Indian reservation, near Stock
Doctor Charles A. Eeed of Ohio wca cho
sen preriiant of the Amertc.-.n Medical As
fcodatlon. Gtorse Ar.Jrtws. n Texss farmer, was
phot and killed by Albert Sinclair, near
Thomas D. Cottrcll, a membor of Chlcaco
Eoard of Trade, attempted sulcile.
The town of Kaulkner, Kas.. -nas almost
entirely demelisv.ed by a Bevere windstorm.
As tho Indian bill-j felled to pass Con-
cress the aurcameats must go over until
the next session.
Tho State TJclvers'ty Law School eradu
stes. eighteen men anJ ono girl, were en
rolled lii tht Supreme Court ut Epeclal aes
tlon. The State University Board of Curators
met, mude ohancea In tho law department
and elected B-vt.ral new InstrjctoM.
A evere storm struck a Kansas rassen
Eer train while colng thirty miles sn hour.
AH the car were knoclto-l from the track
and throe men Injured.
B. V. Yoakum was chosen president of
tho 6L Louis and San rrancisco Hallway
Company, to succeed Daniel B. Robinson,
resigned on account of HI health.
The Taxaa railway agents are raaklmj
efforts to hare abolished th dlEcrlmlcatlon
In rates la favor of the Philadelphia coi
vontloa as ixgalnst tho Kansas City conven
tion. The Jclnt Passonger Coinmlttes of the
Trunk Lino Association adjourned Its tno
dais' cession without reachlc? en agree
Xing Oscar cf Sweden la In Farts.
General Billot, former French Minister of
"War, argued in. th Senate for a, colonial
Et. Louis played amateurish tall yester
day and lost to' New York, 10 to 3.
Thursday's wlnnert. Lao King, Duke of
llellourne. Small Jack. Found, Sir 1 Col I a
and Ned Wlckes.
Western executlva otflceru will confer with
the Interstato Commerce Commission in
Keif York to-day.
The Hoard of Directors of the St Louis
and Saa Francisco elected three executive
Employes of the Missouri PaclCc-Iron
Mountain systems tendered V.'. H. Dwid
rldge a banquet at the Southern IIotiL
The St. Loals Rallnay Club will meet at
Bonne Terrc, Mo., to-day.
Several passenger ucpolntments wero
Jnado on lines in Texas.
The old Beard of Directors and nM
officers wero re-elected nt the annual meet
ing cf the Chicago and Northwestern.
Contracts have lecn let for rut-offs en
the Union Pacific which will cost Jl.Ow.OW.
Xew York, Juno 7. Arrived. I'alatla from
Liverpool. June 7. ArrlrM: WaMlnnd
from Philadelphia; Michigan from I!o-ton.
Boulogne, June ". Arrhcd:. Amsterdam
from New York, for Rotterdam.
Glasgow. June 7 Arrived: State of Ne
braska from New York.
Cherbourg, June ".Arrived: l!!e-st 1!I
jnarck from New York for Him'iurc.
Plymouth, June ..Arrived: F-jerat IIN
niarck, from New Y'ork for Cherbottig and
Madeira, June 3. Passed: Roma, Rottrr
Ccm. via Liverpool, for San lTancleco.
Shlmonosekl, June 3. Arrived: Nulos, Sh
uttle, for Vladivostok.
Hong-Kong. Juno 5 Arrival previously:
Bremen, Juno 7. Arrived: Rheln, Baltl
nore. Ltverpool. Juno 7. Arrived: Ultonla. Bos
ton. Yokohama. June 2. Sailed: Monmouth
shire, from Hong-Kong, for Portland. Ore
Queenstown, June 7. Sailed. Rhynland.
frcm Liverpool, for Philadelphia; Teutonic,
from Liverpool, for New lork.
New York, June 7. Sailed. La Bretagne,
3Iavre; Kalter Friolrlch, Hamburg, vii
J'lvmouth and Cherbourg; Bovic, I.lver-p.-ol;
Barbarossa, Bremen, via Southamp
ton. Rotterdam, June 7. Arrived: Amsterdam,
Ken York, via Boulogne. Sailed: Rotter
dam, New York, via Boulogne.
Liverpool, Juno 7. Sailed: Cambrian,
Jlontreal. New Knglat.d, Boston.
Lizard. June 7. Postee: I.i Touralne,
Xcw York lor Havre
Ilreme'rhaven. June 7 Arrived: Saale.
New York, via Cherbourg and Southamp
ton. Ltverpool. June 7. Arrived: Germanic,
Sfcw York, via Queenstown.
HOTEL ROBBERS CAUGHT.
Comes Iloiibc Clerk Ituconized
lliia mid Called the rolicu.
K.msas City. Mo.. June 7. The rotlr
who held up the clerks of the Co.it-s Hotel ,
on thu night of May 2i. hocuring JiOi) north !
of money and Jewelry, vias jrrcsted to-Jaj. ,
John Ijwib, ono of the clerks, who were j
robbed, s-aw the man in the Ftock yards dis- '
trict and followed him until he could call I
The prisoner answers the description of
the lone bandit who has recently held up
tho occupants of several Pullman cars in
the vicinity of Kansas City, St. Joa-'tili
IJnrlnc lie Iat I'lfly Venn
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Sjrup has bccn
used by MILLIONS OF MOTHERS lor
their CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING
v.lth PERFECT SUCCESS. IT SOOTHES
the CHILI). SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL
LAYS THE PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC,
and Is the best remedy lor DIARRHEA.
Alc for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup.'!
FIRST CARS OPERATED AT N1GRT OH
C(nllruil friii I'nci Our.
to labir iitinna. The-e wre Chirlcs Ra;s
'ialo f Cmijiary II. Il-Mnaii Kt-nobaeh
and lej Itr.iun of Cim;p.in M. S T
I '.ut n and Ci.irlci JIcCIo iand of '"ompiuv
1. J. E Y.rizlr i ..f Company C. F V. . Itea-'er
of 'mni..uy No 17. and Ireil F.ihienhaitz
nud Mieh.u-l Mi ljuald of Company No 5:'
W. M FKzerulJ tf I'oinpyny i, wa-i di--ehargtd
fur an Infra, tlun of rules, and
1kiI Hlrtn'ti n iK-eoun: of illness.
No ni ii wtre sent out fr 'm iht barn!:
yctrda. An nrder wai r..-lvd In IV
tr.ornii.g for tld-t a.iditli'iml run nt n h
of ttie e'leven iHjwer-iiouses aliti ur hln !.
but this whs; coumerm in'lt d laur.
"o!one! "ave!ider h.is not ! ili.'p'ei th.
city In two dl(rlti. a ltMd-.l mi lis
Y'eu'ii-J'.. but ia arrai'ge i to 1 1.
Colvn.l Ilnldurr. with the rank t f it ijor n
oommaixi "f ne district, and has appln !
Major A. j Kenne't. who was of Hi- lrs'
Rtgmi.nt. :'. G. M.. In ruiiim.nd of ill.
other district, with the rank of Major.
Deputies were vvora In bj Sh-rtu Pohi
:nn for the jioste jesterdaj a- i dlons
o. V. Iludf a. Jm' II li';uir..
J J Tai.-ls. I'aJ S-lni mi.
e'ilnt.jn L vv h:t:-:-icre. llarr 1'r.na.
J..im II ivtl n. I. II ,.,ra.
i M V Ji,mt ti :M:fe
Altretl .-.oh'jt-itwr. Jullu- L I.
e ex lIItiori, Jr. Aithur T. juM".
(lltair 11 I(uh. Kalph larl.iH.i!.
J. J !tjn. Hirl v. It m i.nr,
1ju-Mfl elrihira, Andn-n llauer.
Jrvm l not in. A I'aten'lt.
tirl liluiu-lfnc. A!f I-drmaa.
Joi a , ! r. Jr . J.in VI lUon
Jl'iirj uirWIuv Juha K I.uiIt.
l-:r teiLWniar.T. M.lnrt J Vll-Hjn. '
-ttr. tt I- 1m), l'erc) eni.
Tia:m.T Miller. 1...I.I Atrann.
t.liltijjn eluoUwln. l'lt-d A . hi-ellr,
f W' '.-?. ! S. Kl.-hardn.
. v !;. k.r.5. Allwrt J. Tn.ti.
TV' J.1 '? . J''ha - An.lr.
h,bert 1 I vrls. Jr,hn I vrj th.
rredT e-aho. VWIiblUrci..
VUll 11 1euJfnteln. -Men JL Owner.
It .vl.rrls. j, hn-. i"
,IU,n,I,T," It.e!th. Jo-in VV Grrfa.
t'uuob;ih rhiiaan. M j .Wn.-i.hrk.
!l-?i,Tt:'nt- "'I- JUttsjn.
W-l.,mf' llran i1n.e.
J. vv y.cj-h'1. J' " Jran.
It W. illnr..rd. Henry c. trot t.
Will J. MonlAnd. i"hn A . Metturt.
Harry Altnun. , " laldui.
VV 15. CanrlPtAeL O'.tcNoun
li. i tr utt. J IXntin. '
II L" Houvr. Hetijaraln J KIfr.,
Itr e CuluIe Fr-il imkhc.
III FIrn. " 5wk- I 11yr,
R. ci i::i!borr.. HI t;lit-a.
1' Leane.Jr., ll-rir ll(rknh,.
XIarrr c' i.r:w, II II ArnsTrnp.
lil T 1Jit. VVii:ia!-i -'chulle. Jr..
nilllsn VV Ater. J.ihn tiedrrlrk.
IVm. A. iVlmll, J M MciVjrmlok.
IIllaiaT5.un'r.wn. Chanu llarnti!.
llnl-ert u. Uulraul!, .1 ji iTun.mrnj. Jr..
i:vJK K Wnent. James It. MUrar,
J.ohIi vi," ,,!arp- MaUoIni MjcNtb.
!v.T. E.nx?1.'"i- tharls lun!san. :
ilvln J. VV!ilt. jb:i k a-
L'j1j llie'oni. A w llrtrnltj
P k.J?-'' Alfml i: 51. ller.
't Ct- .'lUHlAforf.
Ki3fi lMe"rV2. a.
Rutert AbI S, '.J,'"''''
J. c Manoadui-. iv,"0'
Anton P. lUrnist-or. J.raRk. V. .'.rf
Albut A KlrK. J-' Jf't
111. hal li Moe Tartar, ;? t birr-'-r-
.ar John-on. II I-e-chmnn.
j-. yn i.e.t. e harlts Broa V. ea.i.
M L. Holt. J H UlTf
1- 1 lwa, llarrj' arrell.
V. O. Elcan. A J 'ook.
DEPUTY GERNEZ RESIGNED.
CLief Ciunpbfll IJeleasi-iI it Con
ductor lie Had Arre.-ti'l.
Conslderabl excitement rwrurrtd at
the Fqur Courts at 1 ') ocloik je erda
afternoon, when Deputt Sheriff John A
Gernez arretted a condu tor on a Califor
nia avenue car at Twelfth unl Clark ave
nue for carrying con.-ea'e.! vteipons. and
Chief Campbell immediately released the
Two or three cars verp blocked at th.
point, and a law rrowd wa it.itlii.resi
about the cars. Gernz If-ft his ulliee at
No 1113 Clark nvenue and walked tn the
scene of the trouble. When lit- arrive.! he
tajs he saw the conductor eiraw a revol
ver, lie lmmedialelv arreste.i him. and
started for the Central District holdover.
Chief Campbell met Gemez and the con
ductor, at.d directed them to Kit to his of
fice Ah soon ft' all wero In the Chii fa
olllce. Chief Campbell asked Cercez why
lie hid arreted the man
"Ijr rurrjlr.tr concealed weapons. Ger
nez responded ,
"Turn him looe." dire-ted the Chief.
"I won't." replied Geri.ez
Yes you will." ttd Chief Cimj.bolt
With tliHt he grabbed Gernez with one
hard, nnd vtlth the other pu!ld the con
drctor out of Gemez's prlp Th.n lurninit
to thu conductor. Chit t Cunpbtll told him
to ko on about his business G.-niez re.
inaiced fnr a t-hcrt tlm-. and tif-n left :iw
Afterwards lie fader.-J his r--MKnat!on
ab a member of th- po .-.
POLICE FIND DYNAMITE.
Some of the KxploMve Wail H'-en
riactil riiiler "ar Tiaiks.
Twer.tv-five fcticks of djTianiite were un
rarthisl b tho police and .1. t.etive de-
.. i... i. . .. u.iL n.n.
tiarirr.eiiis ye-iei'aj. j-..- .-v..-
ffi.t..l burl.-i v.-id-r the Kji.ip. avenue ctr
tracks at Eauuii and Valid, vent, r ave
nues bv Polifemtn tlibson and Moore.
Tv.entv" additional stl. ks wre found by
Detectives Sh-vlin Mid Fred In an aban
doned the-J ut liroi.lwav r.d l.aea.l
Htreet In the lmrns!l.tle neKl.bjrh.iu.l of
the power-house f the Southern Electric.
The dwiainlte found on the I. iston ave
nue tracks had be-n mnde Into a bomb
and idtivsl immediatelj under tiio rail
Had u ...r pas-ed . v-r it at the time thn
cor.veonce probabl would have b en
birwn to atoms ... .
The t'sr.atn'te wnt all btsmslit to t rat;
Campbea's otli. e. The . hi.f i.ler "rdeted
Det.ctlve ItarMtKti.n to t ike the "rb-lv"
Jo tho river and throw it iivvjj- ''""';
ton went down to the rvr bo.r.l.d one
of V Wlwm Tern" boat- ard threw he
Hxplorive Into the river The defs live till
not advise tne captain of th ferr of the
dar.geious nature of the pantiirfe h- 'r
rled until well out from the Bhore Then
ho told him bis mission. H..rrlnrit..,i says
the next thins to pnr If followed, nn.l tho
captain .made'" a vigorous kl k on "simr
his boat- for any puai purpo-c. Ho aciui
Fewer ()lisiuetioii Are rlaeid on
the TrauMt Tracks.
Street Commissioner Varrelminn -5-ys the
anfaivim to bis .itpar'm.nt eaussl by
the strike sympathizers placing oUstriic
tlom oi the tracks of the St. Iiuis Trint.it
Comr.ii. ba.s about i-e.is.-l
"I prtsuwe that whin the papers- made it
plain to thim that tiny were .simple dolii;
Fometbii'C which the tli.tiln had l
jy to have undone." s-aid Mr Varrelmann.
'thcv s-aw the foil of their way Now th
principal method risortnl to bv these sym
pathizers of the strikers to tlht the str.s-t
ear cump-anv and prevtnt tit.- op. ration of
It.s ears. Is win cutting I would Ilk" to
:ulvie them that this .ilvi is a prK-tslure
which re-oils upon their own h.iids I
have ro doubt that the street ear company
I? keepi b track of all these wire-cuttings
and tnut oie dav the city will Is' pn.seni.sl
with a liil for the payment of the evpense
nf r. p.ilrtni: them. Thfn the claim. If It .s
allowed, will come out of the po -k. ts of the
tax-pavers just as did the epon of re
moving obstructions from the tracks."
UNION UHEWIRES CUT.
r.loekade of 'sirs Followed Crowd
About 7 c'clock last nisht the wires on the
Fnion line were cut i..-ar Sixte, nth an I
O' Fallon streets There were it number of
cars stopped, which were strunt; along from
Tenth to siivti.nth Ml rets
In a shoit time a larice crowd had ftntli
ered and the policemen on the cnr-. not In
Inir able to disperse tho crowd, telephoned
tho Four Courts and a snuad of mounted
policemen v.. re s-ent to th- ccenc. The
rrowd vva dispersed and after a. short de
lay the wire was repaired and the cars
moved without further Incident.
THREE SUSPECTS HELD.
Miss Pauline Hester Failed to Iden
Detectives Frcse. FltzceraM and Gaffncy
yesterday arrested Philip Gasterlck. need
22. of No. 2331 Bismarck street. Georco
Fuchs. II vears. of No. 192" South Tenth
street, and Rudolph and August Arnspercer,
MEMBERS OF THE
I 'I "I III 'HI .IIMIU'IIUHI I 'llllll ITII II I HHI'IITITW II pi III I !! ! illllltlj
sts It ' t lfy- (i??fc-tT3ivjgttl"a
! : j -;;, ; -' t
William FiM K. A. Faust. Fml
brotl:iT", artl I? nnJ 16 etir?. of No 1?
Vlillllh 1. ., , . r. ,.
"'nil iiiiui rilir,
The polite are of the opinion tt at tl.e-e
men imi part tn tht assault on .".uss i 10
line Hester at Tenth and eicer at m.e
Wcintsiiav. May 5K Toej ill .Itsi...d.
l.i neve'r. that tu.'y anlv'd n the m ei.e ail
ei the assault h ol t ikt-u pl.u
Miss Heser wns t.ikii 1-irc- th m,-i in
Cidef De-sniunii's olt.e-. but oul 1 not id. n
ti Jiiiy of them. Ire i.'i- e laiin. h.w-
ver, that they have, i- iii evide-n.-o
ncalnst tho men and wnl apply for war
rants. SHOT IN A RIOT.
.lohn (lOellinj; Womidi-d While
Slaiidin;: on a Car Platform.
While Man lius em the re-ar pi itform of
.1 north-lsjun.i l":,i..n lli.e car J hn GwUm-.,
a photograph, r, ." je .r old. of No. Mi
M. ur.? stres t. vtas rhol mid sttuusy
v.ounde-d e.sterday afterneion at Fittee.illi
aim Chambt-rs strcts. Tho City Hospital
l.hv---i fans say that Goo-tlli-i; piobcibly wi.I
ule within t went -tour bourn from the re
sult oi His injurs t p to a latt hour ltit
nldil iiia as ailant had i.ot been appre
hended. At the hospital last nlRht Superintendent
Dector NIetert saiu that G'sjtlmg via- too
weak to make axit st u ment.
Hut four i-ara wr- tij er.u.sl on the Union
line j ebterday. 'ii.e eonduclurs vveTe or
dered Ij turn in th.ir cats at the sntN.s iv..
lure o clock, but a blockade oe-curied
hrtly after a oVlock at Sixteenth and
U'Fall.-i streets, and It was Iie-ie's-siry to
uraiaon several nn-aiN of mounted pollc
betore the c-ars cuiid be moved. The" riot
ei.mmenced In earnest alut S oVlevl;. vvh. n
th- vara be-an to move. At this time th
crowd was augmented to probably ;.) per
Th' y vtere se-attere.1 nil n Ionic the ear line
from Fift'-enth ami Chami ers stree-'s to
Sixteenth street nnd 1'ass av.nue. When
tre ears start. ti moving the shuotins btvan.
The mounted police tlrt.l in the air and
those in the crowd commenced shooting In
to and stoninjr the ears.
(jelling vtas M.indln,: on the tear plat
form of one of the- ears whn stiuel; b- a
bullet which prohibit will ciu-e his de itli.
II- was ::t on.-e rtnu.vtsi lo the City Hos
pital and placed on the oper.itint; tabu The
physicians at once disc-, i red h .t he v.a-.
siifltrint; from a seve'e lnienist htmorrhaKt
lino it was with muih dlrtieuliy tli.it it was
utoppfd. The mounted otlbers llnully dis
p rteil the crowd and the ar were run Into
In eonneeilnn with tl-.e Goetlintr slievittlng
three-ai rests wer- made lus: nU;iit. Thejin
as J. Farre 11. H irr.t Jone-s and James
Smith, all emplot.s of the transit company
nutl residini; at the Fnion line sheds, wero
the onlt or ciipanis of the- cir at the time
tne shoouui; ei'inm' ne.-.i. tih'l lie police
think that ore ..! these ihre.- men hre-1 th
shot vv niili stru It i... ihii,- Th v.ill be. J
held pcndlns lnv. stl(,.it..j;. '
THREE WARRANTS ISSUED.
Ht'fciniaiits ('hari;i'd Willi 'o:i
jiracy in Federal Court.
Wirr mts were Issued by I'nlTed States
Coinmisse.ii.-r .l.-inus Gray ' est i. lay mo-a-in
aK.itnst Aivu-t M ly. Gtrj;e Se-hm-fder
ami William Ureter The warr-ints c-lurxe
o-ispiraet. It is alleK'd that the inni we
nie'rnbers of a en.wd which p'aced olnnr-ic-tines
in the trieks of tho llroadway lir.". !
over which mail cm are run The men '
lent Ikivlnc ni-lualL placed the olwtnic- i
Schneider nnd Irjer. who are bakers, j
are mere Is.js Tlev say that they went '
Into the crowd and .'Iseharsed pistols for
the purise o: friKlile'ninK It. t-o as it would
move xrotn In Irort of the piaee where they
vtorKeix I ne were new in i.." leon.i.
I Lit r In the l.v Louis Mb. rt signed the
I bond fclld the bojs Were released.
STILL IN LOUISVILLE.
J. M. Slillt-r. Transit Apenl. IIat
lo.i'iville. Kf. Jun T-J. M Mll'er. the
.ieit ef the pt ! lus Transit i '.irnpaiiy,
wlrtv iT'iris to riiKai;.' notm-.lon ereipiotes
in yui-vllle were tei-ipc.rir.lv t.'ook.'l !..
rcpres iii.ii.v.s or onion InHir a- relate-I
In to-day'' Id public U .-till in the eitv.
lb. has adwrtl-ei that hU lieail'iuartert
are nl the Air Line ti kct olti c. nl Third
ai. 1 Miin -tteels. and tint he Is stili after
ir ot' rlneii.
At the Air Line o!l!ce tt was stated that
Miller had not Ixen th. re and that he had
not established arv hcidiiuaritrf lie ha-I
is-en in tho nelplilMirhoeHl. however. It H
kni.wn that lie still Is looking for help
Miller's first hediu irtert In Ixiuitvllle
v.ne at No 12S We-t Jelt-rscn strtt. The
m.ito. men'- union has taken no action In
tho Matter 5 el.
INCIDENTS OF THE STRIKE.
Iloscoe Ilrn'b r-nn, in ears old, llvinc nt
No 371'. Nor h I'.roaiwa, was arrested '--terdav
afternoor bv Kllei r.s MaRtilre and
. ..- .1... ...r.i. r. ...!. .... i.a . i.n.
. I'uo eji iik u'iiui 1 'i-m. 1 oil iiit- . iinii;.-
I ol pla. in reu ks on tli.- tracks of the Mo'ii.il
I Cliv line on Ninth street between Cass
iittnue aoci ' 1 biioii Mieet .v ttariaiil win
be uiplltd for.
Adam Miller, 13 tears edd. living at No
1G1C Ci'Talloii i-tret, w is arresioel We dnes-
1 ly afternoon at ." jjoVJoeic en the tharpre
of Ihrowii. sumes at ear No Uu? of tne
I'nion Ilr.. Sixtee-i.ih i.nd o'K.illou streets.
A chari;. of H-lin l.lnx the pe-a e. was, ti
lt red DK-'Inst Mtl.er
Se-we r Commissioner Iiermmn complains
tlni sli.ee the strike was .starte-i ,-ind til'
police were- withdr.'.tin Irom tneir resjnlur
bc-ats to protect te street ears, a number
of sewcreovers have iitn stolen, lie slates
that if the strike ii not soon settled or tho
patrolmen r turned to thiir regular duties
the tb'evts who are plundering; the 1 ity
will slal eveij sower cover thero Is to
Did ,oi Men Hie Petition.
The use of the name of Mr i'harles W. j
.UUelll to i-ie (Kltlloll ol iiusllle-ss in n t
okliii. Governor Stephen- t" call out the
xniiilli v.a- authorizesl Mr Nupent was I
out of the Uy at the lime th- Js-titlon v.a.i ;
clreulatesl. and ts still i-bsent IIi rtpre-j
sentattie in Si. laiuis stales thit Mr. Nu- !
s.-nt not onl did not sii;n the paper, but
lid not auin.iriz- a:iv iin,. eie? 10 elo se for
him. anc the lirst intiniat'on he ncelve.1
that he was amo'iR the bat of signers wns
the appearance of his name in tho public
Clinrirod Willi Wire CoIIIiik.
On a charge of cuttins w ir-s tn the vlcln
ltv of SeVe-nth and La Salle streets !:it
nlcht the following arrist" v. ere made bv
Oilicer Gulon of the Third District Thomas
Ucynoldf. William Ki.iihK Joseph ntter.
Frank Worth. Auirust Nichols and Gecrtre
HUT. Several arre-s; In i-onnectiui v!,vi
w.rt tilt tins wcte made in Nor"- St Lo.ns
The iMjIiee sav that live wire-s were- spu .er
lnit all nlonn tlie Fnlnn line in the Fifth Dis
trict from early In the evening un'l late
hour last nlchu No attempt waa made lo
xn air tho wires until daylight.
V. JirohUn ami Jlt-nrr Trorlirht.
USED ON FOLiGE.
Oilii cr V. A. Cuates. Ono Vicjini of
.Miiriou Assailant, in a
TWO OTHERS WERE WOUNDED.
ratroliiifii Michael iiihoons and I!.
.1. I.oland Sliot lov:i While
tinciliii"- Kiot. on tin
Thrco polhe-ir.cn were shot last i.Uht
while assisiinK In (lucllini; riot in tlie Fifth
and Sixth dbitrlctst. Oi.e- of thin, ('ffleer
William O. Ciatcs of tile KUblli. was prob
ably fatally wounded at the corner of Glad
1; -vv and Kossuth avenues; anoth. r. o:M er
j: J Itoland of th Foiirlli IiWirict. w is
shot In tr.e lift knee at Sixteenth and ciss
avenue, and (i:tlcr Michael Gibbons tf the
Llhth District was shot in the ncht lejr.
bttwien the ankle aitel the ktite. while do
Ins Mrikt eluty at tin cornee of Twen'y
llftli and AiiKellcii streets. 1 if the three-, of-
:1c r Coates's e-ase ii Ceensleleiretl tile- niost
AUiit ij.3rt .'. lock last nlsht .1 riot call
was turned in al the Sit til Ulsirb t Station.
from the- corrnr of Grand and Kos-uth ave
nues. Oillcei.s C'.ntes, Carroll and Welsh
roineiHltd In n patrol wagon. Thiy foun 1
x crowd itathereel at tilauttuw and Kossiitii
avenu-s. and the driver of the wason sl.iwcsl
up. Just an the ollicers were about to
aliaht for th puntum; of dispersin; the
(rcjwd. o:Hoer Coate. who was sittlnK 011
the seat with the driver, threw his arm.s up
In th- air and e-cL.tin.-d.
"For G.fs sake, ealch me. Carroll; I'm
Hi -r ' it's fell hack into the wagon
isiiej w is vt uiii b Carroll ",.-I-h .-i-sis.. :
in the removal of (Vales lo n. it 1 t .In.,;
More. ,i lirst it was thoiicht that . '.s
hud Is ell Mn.e it bj a llVe V.,te lie- d -i-
arently unc-on.-,' 10 .s (s i.rother o''i-e:-
inn .t..i nil eoai ,111,1 found a small s-r.ain
ot ol.s.i ti.. kliiij; d.wii his ba.-k. Th. v at
jne eleslllft that he hail Is .-11 ?l...t .11.1
-uin'!Mjne .1 an tint tiianee ('oales -a is ie
niotesl lo tin 1 iiU.ii line ear sheds . t jC...--.-Hiili
and nli.ir aveno - l'hvs.'ians wre
Hunimonid .end lhe i.tutiouneed th- olllec r .s
wimn.l dangerous after a Mipt rli.-i.il i-.am-liiilioii
'lemiH.raiy treatm. lit wjs ralinin
Isltresl ami )o was mikivk! to his lion- at
No :.& Clark av mie I i.ector Olive r Camp
bell ol Nee. i.ll North C miplon avenue was
ealicti and drt -sesl tie- wound. He sui.l tn.it
11 Would pioi ,.l.lv prove fatal. Th- Imlb t
enireI Inn liatelv bettenh the lett shoul-
de r-biade and rani;.,! upward Apjsiie ui.y
it had bteti find l, soi:). ..:.. stainiui' in
th- M.rcs't No arrt-st w-is made m eonne.c
tloll with the case.
A -t nli.ir lea tun of the shooting was
tlt.it tin one hijrd the report of the lille ,r
r luli-r. notwithsian.liiii: the fact that It
had e-iMeiitly bei ti lire-el at do-. rane It
was piiKKe-sl.sl b., mat.y of lh .it the
s-.ne ot th. shootlnt,' that tho bullet vvlih'i
will probablj cost ( mice r Conies his life was
litisl fro:i; a Getmau stv-" Tescliln irun
siieh as ale used bv .oaehcrs on lltiltsli
ami German preserves It is claimed that
the Tesehin icim shoots with the aec uraev of
;. rule, vet makes no rport whatever, and
the smoke I hell in the ln.'it.-xine of the
KUTl until rile is, si I.'. ,,n . l. VaKi
The -lusiuiu of otlli r .Michael Gii.lHir.-4
che-urred at the mrmr of Tvv iitj-fltlh .ml
Arifelii-i s'reets alx.ut '.ioM.sk l.i-t uli;ht.
II" tt is siamiin on tile fun I pialf jn-i t.f
1 iiion line car No. "17 juddt lily be dropp-si
to the i i.-tt l'.riri The moloriii in on lliu ear
had b aid i o shot, and h- was at a l.ucs
to aeioiiut for the manner In which the
oilicer had been injur"!. Ho stop" ts! the
tar, ami several olio r otilcers who were In
the ne Ishborhood assisted In the removal
nf Glblsms to tli" e-ir sheds, where Doctor
Cample-ll diseovtri'd it small wound, not
larser tiian that me.lo bt a ---caliber rllle.
in hi-, rlsht lK Wtw.eii the knee an i the
iiiikb- Ttie o'il.-eT faid the wound was very
painful, nnd h was removed to hi home.
No il-1 rctre-it nvenue.
in account of the dancer of blood jml
Minint: and the Inability of the attend!!
physician t lo find liio bullet which induct
in litiiier It. J lloluid'-s knee aleoul 'Ol
nVbrt.lt list iilulit. wide he wis doin
cuard duty 1.11 1 n-.on line c:-r No ?,. ihe
ease Is eoii.-l.leieu serious The oilicer vvaa
shot while tne ear was p.i-siu'- SKtrenth
.ir.d Cm avenui He tt is removed to his
home. No. Oil o'F.Uion street.
A NEW YORK VIEW.
What Ihe Herald Sa. of St. Louis
and (loveinor Stephens.
i:i:i" iiiji" sium.
New York. .Im.e S -in an tslit. rial leader
thl- in.irr.ni.-. the New 'iork lleril.I j-ay.
"The strike of the SI. louts street e-ir
cmplotes is a montli old to-elo. and .ov
ernor .Slephens's al rit.il on the scene last
evenlm.- and the sie ps he li.i tukeli aro
the hrst indication he has civeti of an in
tention to el.-al vpli the .llrUculty."
(The Governor vtas expected, but did not
come). . J ,
" soo.1 putt of the dty under mob
rub. v.cnieti perpttratlni? assaults and
leadiin; stilkers lo the iiowllnRof a m;;.
em 'Cnlra.' the word- It'", 'strike strike,
for home and ehtl.lr. n!'-the sliuation his
liee-n Krowliur daily mere s.K-estive of th.
saiis-calotie upri.-ing that inaugurated tho
1 .i .nil I ievo'ution . . , .,
tailv-1. 's tomiiietit .n the events In tho
Frei.ch city morr than a centary aso
Shameful ..like to eovcrnor and kov-frre-l'-appll.
s with singular npti:H to
the- seems in the Am. rle.m eltv to-day. It
anv- of the b nl thteel heathen to whom we
send mlsslonariis should, after captarlro,
:t hostile (Ity. proceed to tear the clothes
from hc-pb-ss wonun and stone them
inked throiiKh the stmts what a howl
of horn r would co up from all Christen
!.m' Ilut the Chi'stian Govern.jr ,,f Mia
seiurl In.- s(on ,. of the chief cbles in
the Fnion. boastful of its c -lliir. and rn
bsbtenn'e nt. ni-d. the - '- "'' 0"-ra?-.
r.i'hout Interfe r. nee.
TI e .Ity m whleh th- s outraces are pcr
petr.ued proposes to hold :i fful imposi
tion of the arts of (Ivd'z ttlcn. and eon
press has Jut vote.1 for the purpose S.,..J.
(m) of tho put lie money! Hid' ','!", Ir-decd.
that Governor Stephens should besin to
show that he has some s-nse- of responal
iXU tot win to vl eo. The feeble uUa
Muslin Under w car.
Our Usual Alidsumincr Sale
Women's Silk, Nainsook, Cambric, Lawn and Muslin Undergarments
will begin this (Friday) morning at .S o'clock.
The goods for this sale have just been manufactured; the early
days of this sale will, therefore, show absolutely fresh goods.
Cotton, per pair, from 25c lo 51.00
Cambric, per pair, fro:n 25c to 53.00
Silk, p;r pair, colors white, pink or blue,
from S3. 50 to 59.00
I!a:i(.-i.iai!c Drawers (French), p-r pair,
from Si50 lo 59.00
Cotton, each loC to $1.00
Cambric, Nainsook cr Lawn. . -SoC to 56.00
Silk, colors white, pink or blue.
from $-:." 0 to 57. o0
H-ind-madc Chemises ( hrs-nch ,
from 51.50 to Slle.00
Muslin or Cambric, plain SSc to 51.50
Trimmed in lace of handsome de-
-i";!!s 51.00 to 525.00
Trimmid in embroidery 51.25 to 57.50
Silk, black or colors $5.00 to 545.00
AVE you a friend on the Posse Comitatus? You may find some
thing about him in the capitally illustrated feature on this subject
in next Sunday's Republic.
The Sunday Republic's Camera in
Kansas City, vhere the National Demo
cratic Convention vili be held. How the
Convention Hall looks to-day. See the
excellent half-tone pictures.
You'll find cut all about "Bobs," who
saved England's military prestige, in next
il-.it lit ws w ililnir for the rij- autliofl-
tn.- to call upi n him fur .isis:,lllt will not
tele.. I'niraiii .unl v mure in .rtiun em the
I I'ert ef Ule- IT3i.lllc-ll.il .Ultllorl.le" .111" I ih
. .. . . 1 ..I.... . I. d !.. .... ,!f.,v
iVTllir III u ;u' --sin,. .i-- eti-i ,.,......-
I.ltioll eif tUrlHlle-nrr CVeiuM llllVe irrVentel
lilt' .l.se:u lit evcl'ls. VV-IllC'l 1' tv lirJI.Il.
iisijrnef UI..111 the- en .ml 1-t-.'' in I j-lvdi
.1 -ritiiis l.l.'tt lo Hit- -11.; of lalMir."
The' Heril.el S Kilt Ull- I.e-imilH ejf till-
1 lrlkt'ri tt-r-- re.i- naii'-1. .inl is jiscjs.-ri 10
hold Hi. ivraimny r sm-cll.li In .art for
. the- irt t-e'itt ir.iubl.- The c-j-i- f the .itrili
I . .. I11 vvt vi-r. has l-en jircju'iii'i J ley rioting
. .1 :. I.I.Msi.-h.-l. Jti'l tli lle-riii! Manif- tin
.mih .ri-l.s for failure- to an !.roniitiv a-
(-iiliii-; Loth I.J ileivcnitir Me'i.heiis .in.1 ti'
muttl i.il authorltlf" a ele sire- lo knji liaii'ls
. if for f. ir of tin- r.ulis ihiIUIi ili in the
1 inniiiK let tim:.
MrtK'l. ! it Mr:i llnllrt.
A tra Iiiilli-l. e-vlcli'iitl) liri-cl at car No.
S7 of the Southern UIxMric ellvioloii of thee
transit oniteaii) vthllo It was passins near
Kl.etisin in s ;-t)f. ftruck ilmt Kmm.v
riida of X.i ":..J4 Minnesota nvcnnc in thej
elf of tho rlfcht lea. 11. r Iijnrv l con
flltrsl siiuiit i:ilicr Wall of ti Thir.l
litrii t e 1. ts el tli- man who vta-t suihks1
to hate- iti .1 the hot at.il !lr. cl four times
at inns Th fugitive- fsfjipifi
Possibility of :i I'lisi-o liothain
Now York. June 7. llnctor .Mlcim.l! Pupln
of foliinibia 1 nlvrrtlty hait arum-eel fM.1111
tl Irs akin to a srn--ailon iemoiii; clis-tricidi.s
1 the aiiiioinctniein of .! rlme-nt-i the
s:ie-ccs of vthl. h have niaiic htm ioiiIleIe-nt
ol lie'tni; itliie to e-oiit-. r .e t a ti.inall:intic
! le'til.oiu- or loin; lan.I-line' tcie-:iho!i- circuit
In nit ai:rf .f which . n-i'iis lit "Seiv ork
aitel Si;n l-Yatii-lntj eoulil iipe-ak vtitli one jii-
tellur With lcrfetl t.lse-.
Iiorlor l'tipm lirst in.nlp Knott n the ivsnit
of his js.-iime ins in a paper vthic h he rcu.l
recentl at the American Institute of i:!e.-trl.-al
i:-iclni-ers in fhilailelphla. The title
of his t.itr vtat "TclephonIiiK Over Cable's
11111I I.oiiK-1'lstane-e Air I.'nf-." :i mathc
xii.itical iiljstract of which has leeeti puh
lislieil In recent numbers ,f the Kle-ctrlc.il
Itivlevv Dim tor Itipln aiertfil tint he ln'1
eleviscil a cable for transatlantic telephones,
tnklni; th" ortiinnry ocean tuU- for elerl
"It Is not ocean telephony, however." Haul
Hoetor I'lipln. "that is so important. IxtiK
lanil-lme work Is e-ommereiallv very desir
able anil important. The limit may ut pres
ent be mil! lo be l."n) miles, or Hlmut lh
ilt.stancc from Now n:k to St. I.011N. The
two ohm nr mil" e-Irruit be-tvteen New York
ami CliiraKo ct"t $.0.n. A dr. till over
which Meli ceulil be- traiismlttnl In the
pri-sent way iKttteen New- Ytrk nn.l San
I'rancisco wotiiu cost fiv lime as much
"1 am conllileiit th.it I e-oukl under ike to
hullil. by the -.M tif my rsis(anct- t-ciN. d
Hue IiaviiiK a lesistance of four ohms to the
mil" between New York utul New- Orleans
ami make It vvorli."
RECITAL BY SIEBERT TRIO.
To I5c tiiven Thi Kvi'iiinjr ;it ''it
tral ('hri.stiiiii JluinIi.
The PIc-I.erl Trio. conststinB of ihe 5II.es
It-.se Slels-r an.! Ot i.e y le- I'rez anil -Mr.
Kunlce Wickwlre. will Rive a vocal recital
tills i'Vniii(r at e"VntraI Christian eT'hurcn
ten Plnnej avenue near Uranil iivc-nic. A
nroirrammo of solos, duets ami tries, re
fected freitn standard ope-ras ami tilt w-ira-t
of reconli'sl coniitosc-ts, haa been pre'imit'd
for tb occasion.
Ail of th- -inters con'tilutlr.K the trio
have .ipis-ared In public before, l.nt thlv
will be- th first f.ecasioii on whleh th "
will do concert w-nrk tog' lh-r.
The Central Chrs-.tl.in Church !s locate.1
conve'iilintly for p-rMns who e-nn ue tint
Suburban car- ami 1 directlv on the Iliw
of the IJncbll system, the Kinney avenu-
division of which will be In operation tu
nlRM. FRANCHISE REPEAL LEAGUE.
IJosolntion Urjies Jliinieiiml As
hPiiitily to Act.
The rranchlse Hepeal l.easue met las
nlKht nt the West llr.d Coliseum. Harry
Itinckmorc. president of the r.ulldini:
Trade. Council, i-i.il temiir.try ehaiiman of
the leMRiie. prtsld:d The! attend.in. ' vvas
2.C"). Senator i:. I. Slont 1.. on :rff.---haum.
c A. Kitchen on.'. H. Martin vll
llams nd.Jresresl the meetinc. A resolution
was passed declaring that It Is the duty or
the Municipal Assembly to repeal all fran
chises held by the tran-it eompony. A
lnesetir.c of the league will be held Satur
day at 'Walhalla Hall to lerfect cTiuxAza.-tlon.
DRT GOODS tllWIMM'.
Special Muslin Underwear Booklets mailed
DUNKARDS PASS THROUGH.
T-Iii J!outi to lvjiiis;is .fur Tlsi'ir
."oiiYi'iition in luili'iim.
A Iar,o iart of the rellslo-s se unonit
at l)u- Kards pass.j u roucli tlie Colon Sta
ll m I. st itU.'it en ii.ui. to K .: s us n a
Special ear They ll.l'l leetll 111 .ttteil'i 11 CO
..ii me eonvtnuuii e-I tntir i nurcn. vvnie-u
' was l-.elil lat we-tk at N rth Mancii -tc r,
I lm! . and ,-i mm Ii larser party arrived fron
' ti.tt p Int than the- loeal agenls 0 th
lmeit lure luld ctpee tern. In eons. o:enee
ll 1 e-came n.s-t ss,ti-j to attach a special car
to a lat.- .-ib:ih train Amoiie the imrty
wtre li M. H'olrT or Kansas Cit. ICas.; A.
I. .Miller of Ui th. Km. . A. J. V'.l-e of 'em
it Sprlnas. Kas.: 1. J. l'rice of West
j.halia. Kas.: Jacob lonir of llaila.s Center,
la ; S. M. loUKhlicr of low a and Jo.-eph
Keith of lle.lmesvllle. la., and ab-jUt siAtv
The members of the jmrty attracted rr.ii"!i
attention at the Station on aec-otint of the
similarity and i.et-uliaritv of their narb.
' Th' vtere e e.-tu'iie-el alike" In Iiii.eh hats.
vMele ci iiiilrj trousirs ami coats which for
the most part were fastened in front bv
sirliiK.t Instead of buttons. Thee n.mevh..l
les.nie.bij tzt- accepted j icturv's of Keeers.
liias-iiuii-h as tliev ne irlv all had floviiiK
beards, evcept the younetr miilTs of the
partj. Nearly all the cle'eKalts were ir.n
of 111iv.1nc.si ai;e. . their app. ar.iiici v.!is
cpilte patri ue-hal. The vt.re firtatly d.
liKhtccI with the vhec.vinir tlulr se-ct made
:.t North Mani Iicm-t. a little town of .ilvut
4,ue Inhabitants, tvnich Ihty lairly s'tampcsl
with thtir d.lfs Its. Twenty thousand of
their denomination atteinle.l the nieeti'i
me Si inlay, when excursions were run bt
the "-Hllroids. nn.l the p- pi.- eif the- lovin
1 were nam pusn-ci to i.eii iiie nmlUin-u-I
tine of the pirtv. A I Miller. . the
oroine r e: e inn .t;c.l' nor I . 1. ailllT or
Mount Morr.s. Ill . anil Is a IcaiiinK llsht of
th- seet In his own seetl of the oounirv.
He M..ted last nn,ht tnat It t.or aft. ci
b..rre Is of torfe. to supply the delegates
for breakfast .1 lily .vn.l that .1,ee" ! mds eif
iss'f was the customary aim tint of dlnne r.
The Inhabit. 'ills .f North Manch. str. a -corlinir
to his story, had to have outside
assLslanci! in the e-atrliiR line to enable
lh m M feed the memljrs of tho conven
tion. HANGED AN ELEPHANT.
Sport Tut to Ui-iUli br a .Mcirirul
isratiiM" sri:ri r
ll-iliimore. Md.. .lime 7 Sport, ihe T.lc;
elephant of the IJostoc k Ji1lm.1l hotv w ts
hanueel ly the neck until he was de nl at
1" !" o'clock thl' vtniiii; a' tin Hi I-
fte ifiht y tiiL-. Ne ally S." ;.cr'oin w Hi Css0,j
the e-e cuiiitri.
The announcement that Sport vrouM cml
Ills daj em th" KaUo,, .es m oe vts
terla. when phyiians who had !. en "ut
teu.lini; him since a r-eent .ut id- nt. which
alfes-tnj the creaiun's pm. . lame tn tne
Ce ncliisien that his usefulness w.n it an
en.' and that it would I-. inl buman 10
snuff out ihe sjiirk of dfe that rtmaine-1 l.t
the icicrui i.i"'-i.uiut anlmu)
The r. w.s that t-pe.r would r.av to lie
Killed was a ureal shock to liosto k. the
ovemr. but h- m.ide all arrir-t.em nts to
have the execution commoted siici-e-s(ujv
Asents of the Soiitty for tlie l're-vention
of Cruelty to Animal- were onsulted, and
Ihty 10-opcratctl to carry the affair to u
j-uccesful issue. It vva.s at Iirs-t elesinncd
to ijoi-oin the brule. hut there vvaa some
question where a suilielent amount of poi
son could be obtained. Then It was pro-rose-d
to electrocute the creature, but his
hide was so touch that nobody wji able
to say whether a nutliclent current vvas
oblali abl- to carry out this plan.
Finally the Northern Centre! IVtilroad of
fered a thirty-ton wrecking elerrlck. mount
ts! on .1 Hat car. as a means of execution,
and this offer was accepted. Crowds
swarmed the freight ards and jrazeej vvl'h
interest from the tops of cars, fences .-it:.l
In mhlsirint; tehsraph poles anil homes
Several lopes were adjasted to Sport's
nk and he was droiis-d from the bis elr
cus car vierf h" had sjtent his Illness. The
elephant trumpeted loudly ami then l-el-lowe-d
In ptln as the rope tlKhtened. He
striiculed to free himself, hut at that min
ute a Mrnal was irivcn. a man opened a
st.-.im valve coverninir th- derrick enslne
and poor oil Sport, upon whose ample back
thousinds 'f t hlldren In all imrt.s of the
land have ridden, was hoisted elear ofr thu
There was a series of mighty tremors ever
the- nnmmoth fiamt. and then all was still.
Sport dlesl from stransulation. After hans
lmr half an hour the Itody vvas cut down.
At Jfevr York Hotels.
Nw Tork, Jus 7-QsttI eKxlrata to-ajjr
Cotton, from 50c to 52.00
Cambric, from Si -00 to SS.OO
Silk, colors white, pink or blue,
from $8.00 to 522.50
Hand-made Gowns (French ,
from .52. oO e.0 i? O.UvJ
Plain Cambric 2oC
Nainsook and Cambric, trimmed in lace or
embroidery, front 30C to $5. 00
Nainsook, French shape.froni $1.50 to 59.00
Silk, colors white, pink or blue $3.00
Plain, Muslin and Cambric, from.42c to 75c
Fine jjrade Muslin and Cambric, trimmed
in lace, from 75c to $1.50
Trimmed in embroidery, from.-75c to $2.50
Ludwig of Bavaria vs. William of
Prussia: Read of their differences in a
well wrought article in next Sunday's Re
public A St. Louis beauty's new country
home will be pictured in next Sunday's
Include, the following visitors from tha
St I-ouU-K. C. Kerens. X. It. Weed, FJ
II. Brltton. A. S LKyizc J. C Morehead.
J. I. Uussell. Waldorf. M. Asher. 11. Sellir
man. . K. btiefe!. I Letup Imperial; if.
KniEht. C. E Merry, Manhattan; J. H.
.Me earthy. IKirthoMl: A. T I'trklr. Keth
trl.iid. IX Ji. C.arke. Cosrr.opoUt'n: J. -V.
ejoodwir.. Criterion. A. F.tller. MarlbcrotiKhJ
A. S Mcrrr. -a. t"e -im!n-te-r; A. J. .Mitchell'
Murray Iti.I, M. 1. Wcife. II Jnun. '
Kansas Citj A. H Holmes. Murray Hillj
X S. Uora.i. Fifth Ave inc. J. A. llnnle-T.
HoIlanei.J J S.vofiotd. Imperial; E. Stock
har it. Starte-vai t
Sprlii:tl. Id. Ill -S Mcverstcln. L MeyerJ
Mem. Cosmopolitan. Miss IC I'almiir, St? .
TORNADO AT MIAMI, !. T.
SVYer.lI lVisons Wore Blown Into
!:::iCHiJC Pi-Eel vl
Vlpita. I. T. Junr T. The town of Miami.
I. T. was strnck by a tornado at 32-
'c!oe-k this moria it.. Several lives are re
ported lost ami (treat damasei vvas .lice to
jiro;erty. Thomas Skinner, who cumpeel
near the town, was sleepinc; tn his wa?on
when the waston was hurltsl Into the Nfo-.-I'o
IMver Skinner was blown against 11
tree :mJ Instantly killed. Several persons
were blown Into the Neosho Kiver, but
were re -. -it !. the river iH-intj low.
The hn-aia't Church vvas completely
vtis-ked. and the lari:e liviry barn -f
rl.'.nford I'lmlit vtas .iesttoeel The loss
In the lawn Is est 111 ited to exce-d $!..
Teltsrap'i wires weie blown dov.-n. heavy
Joss, s in !' .; barn- mil hay alone tho
storms puti .uavtpiw. a ftvv m'.Its frot
Miami. .-.s. iiTe I a .e-s ,,r time lurjis.
and at leM'ma, all the barn were blotva
'I 1A Mk ". 1
li E 'iS fe il n
irn vo:t Tinv-p? that nnst-tmfes Mrtrr-
criiiii couj;!i which will not lie
"I have used three bottles of Dr.
ric-cc's (Joluii Medical Discovery
since my corrc ,oi!cleuce v.tth you."
vrr:tci Sir A V. Xovotuv. of New
York, X Y.. (Kov 1,37). "I feel that
Iatn in uei (1 of no more medical as
sistance Ticti I started to tike your
medicine I Itac! a regular consumptive
couc;h. of which I vvas afraid, and
everybody cautioned aud warned cte
concerning it. I vvas losinjr wei;ht
rapidly, was very pale and had r.o ap
petite whatever. Xovv ay condition is
changed entirely. 1 do not couch at
all. have Rained eislit pounus in
vviijjht, have recovered iny healthy
color, and my appetite is enormous.
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