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THEEEPTJBLTr: TUESDAY. JULY 10. 1900.
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- ADAM BOTH GROCERY CO.
Tfc-s bargains at Barr's are so attractive
that the. street cars -an north. scu.h. e s.
-. . . ,. 4Tfr -10-
.u west wj ue vrtu- . . -- - - I
pers, b 2nd for Err". Sixth, vl ve and L--- 1
ccst strc'.s- 25 s a BiKd Vls-e to l k "
for lMt shopping tour?. rro-"-ably. tco.
Woman Goes to ome to Dig Gold
lor a School.
Boston. July S. Doctor Lydia Clements.
c graduate cf Boston Vntver-dty. is now on
her way to Citse Nome, where she expect?
to ills sold enot-sh to fcund a. n-w school of
pJ-.Uephy in the East. She visited Alas
ka in IS an! wa-s the tirrt woman to
t-avrse CMlkoot Paa
Befor- start .nr for Cape Nome Doctor
Clements 'ryinJacd a corrpar.y with a cap
ital c S5isV. It Is -a! e-d the Leo a-.tl
Libra. Doctur C!fanri J prt-'deat. Phil
ip Stir.! cf Boston. Alto-! Holbrooke and
Charks- JUrase,! of Ne-w York are the rnm-
Irg exp-rts. Mrs. . .Fn-r.ts iook ann;;
with htr a companion Mrs. Helen J.-nn--
n of S-attlr. The party socs pien1Idiy
equ;pi-a on the steam-r Victoria There
tire twent -five worknsen under a jears
contract t do the rough work of the ex-I-ediik
Zkot n-rai-nts i a disciple of Pro
fessor e-ber -s E. Maoki-v . whoe "nlsd
over matlir" ! Seas will be tt-H i in 'he
rclrooi the purposes to establish at a -:
cf HV. Aecord:n; to Ioctor Cl-ment.
the-a "Ideas" will assure the success- of her
nlninc venture. She sald-
"I akr! him to extrt hi mtntai power
!n aiv behilf. At flr?t ho atttinptn to
dtesiade iec. Ke finally sae his consent
aixi pronsfced o asfit me with his wonder
ful prr-er. nn I left his sfjdy I wa
m inprryj that I am new full of con
fidence. H em orily pave ra his consent
to po. but he al?o j-rtniisM me that I
would has c&nplte success I do not
fear ti result. I knew that I shall suc
ceed." NO TRACE OF THE CHILD.
Gladys Zimmer's Disappearance
Savors of Mystery.
No trace has yet ben disvered by th
police of little Glidys Ziramer. the adopted
daughter of Mrs. U Zlmmer. who ran away
front her fotor tnclhar at the Union Sta
tion last Friday even'nc a few rnicstes be
fore the time lor the derarture of the train
oc a aica they w?re to have pone to Peters-
There is considerable mystery oonBectea
with th abs-jiute dirafpearance of tha
child, as she 1 not known to hio any
frlen3s m the City. She taken from
the ChJdrets Hurae Society of JIis;-ouri,
on Ches-tsut street near T"Kenty-eipfcth
Mreet, by Mrs. Zlraajer nearly a yar ago.
and It -js iuppuse-1 at first i -at she wculd
S2.r ?f3LLte-.i:i.".?SSS; "IZZ-Z
Mrs, Zimmer went to I'tersburg Satur
day eTenlng. but is expectel to return to
the city shortly and continue the search
Sho wa.? for tome j-ars- forewoman of the
Provt-ieat Association here.
DIAZ AGA.H RE-ELECTED.
Mexicans Direct Him io Remain at
tb Government's Head.
fif-r- rt Me-r5 Julv S. The electoral col-
lejres met in the cMef towns and cities all j
ever the Republic to-day and cast their
votes for Presklett.
The returns T-ill cent In slowly from the
outlying State, but a majority of votes
for General Man. Insuring his I
fcr the term, of four yair. dat- I
rt-electlc-n fcr t
uva. Decern" -r i - ext-
The Clerlaii and cnenatire party mace
co uomlnati n t: .s ear. the only formal
nomina-.cc .--ing that of Dlg by the Na
tional Liberal Convention, held here in
The National Bank cf Mexico has raised
the discount rate to Vs pr cent. Kilns are
generally laUing- over the Republic
Pnddler. Walk Oat.
Pittsburg. Pa.. July . Puddlers to th
number of 3C) empi-oyed at llcorhead"!
jda-te sUlL Sharpstarg, struck to-day
against a. redaction of 3D per cent In wages.
The finishers accepted the reduction, hut
unless a compromise la effected it Is only a
Question cf a few days until the mill will
fcave to shut down, throwing over a5 out
Tb Beat Preaerlptlon for Malaria
ChilU ac ever Is a bolt! of Grove' i Ilr.-ltu
fSlil Toue. It is stapl; Iron as! qilrJr.e la a
rvo Kii-M ij. tmcx. m.
Frisco RallTray Win..
Oklahoma. Ok.. July S. The Injunction to
restrain the Oklahoma City Terminal Rail
way Company from building over certain
lots along Its proposed right-of-way was de
nied to-day by Judge BurweU. and the com
pany will at onco begin the construction of
the terminal which Is to give the St. Louis
and San, Francisco Railroad Company an
uptown statlDa- The read win be abcut three
Andrew Itardinc Ilanaed Blm.elf.
Jacksonville. I1L. Jsly J. Yesterday mom
lnr Andrew Eardlnr. aced T years, was
found hanging from a rafter la the bam at
his residence, e.ght mile from this city.
Family troubles are given as the cause of
Jtlchael "White a Suicide.
Jackscnvine, 111., July S This ofternoon
about 5 o'clock Michael Vhite, for many
years a resident of this city, committed sai
lde by drowning himself.
H. JI. 1VAGOXER,
Parrivtrg re-ember cf lie late Cm of
SMITUERS &. 1V.IGONCR, Prealdeat.
1127 OLIVE STREET.
Tel., Main 2840; CGSS. Si. Lonli, Mo.
DAY' AD .MGUT SERVICE.
Mr. IL H. Warocer. administrator cf tie e
tat of the late nra c Sait-irs & Wig"5eT.
win settte al; claims psrrjuajcg to aaid partjitr
shlp catale at ttelr old ;,:3c. lT OUl st.
LOUIS C. BOHLE HVERY CO.
CXDEKTAKEPJ! AND njIBALMERS.
Cm.rri8gzs .. $3.00 tiearses. ..SS.00
ar.ak Cloth Carteta. Kirrt-Ctai. Owda. 144 aaa
OLOBE STABLE, 1122 CHESTNUT ST.
SXLSPKOK KAJW f.
CODT On Pcciay, July . at 4 o p. m Nell!
Oxly, belored dausater cf Iteinrond Cody anz
tbe late Slarv Coor 'nee Fsea), anj iliur of
Inward. Mara xcd Xiu Cody, aged IS year,
and t moctbs.
Funeral will lake place from the family rl
Ceaca. No. r3 Sosth Third u-et. on Tuesday,
July 13. at ; p. xx, to Calvary Cemetery.
PENDLETON Entered into rest July . J3.
at S30 a. cj Allen B. Pecd'etoo. Ui W !r
Ctth j-ear. Barn in Caroline Touty. Virgia'jw
Funeral from bis residence. No. teOt Ltcdell
avesue. Tusiiy. July 19. at X o'clock p. in, la
. tenaent prtvate.
WALLOF Suenly en tbe evectar cf July t.
1M0, P-l G. E. WaUof. ta tha a-fecty-founa
year cf his age.
Foneral fp?n retljenc cf hii sen. Paul G.
-Waltof. No. :tlA Cote BrllllaBte avenue. Tues
day, tbe 10th test., at Z o'clock p. ra.. to BII
fctitalrie. Iinrieaoils. Minn., papers yiecse crpy.
WIIirrLE July's. 1JT. at Gray Sununlt. Mo
J. Drocks Wblrrle. aged U years.
Was !trfd at the same place on July , IMS.
mir ,, ,
EXCESS FARES ON
FAST TRAINS EAST.
Effort to Make the Rule Applicable
between St. Louis and
DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY.
Serious Effect on Uates to Inter
mediate Points Chicago Lines
Losing Money tieneral
The dispatch from Cleveland. O.. pub
lished In Sunday's papers r;lative to ex
cess fares between St. Louis and New-
was aoi clear. At present thre are
no excess ires cn&rpea on any train.-" run- .
nine out of St. I-ouis. thoueh there is a
diffrenUal rat era.-.ted certain cart-bound
ta One of ,h Ihts the Baltimore and .
yjy.iQ ju . Jiw t leru. .las iauc a ue.iranu. a.
i said, that excess fares be charged on ail
fast trains tt New York, the same as tho .
. . . . . . . , . , i
lmp:se-1 en east-bound trains out of Chi- I
caro. The standarl time nx-d for ChicaRO-
Ntw- Y"ork trains 1 twenty-eight hours, and
Jl extra must be chirped for etch hour on
all trains maklnc the trip in lets than the
standard tinw. The regular fare from Chl
cixo jo New York is J1S. and as some of
the fast trams make the trip In twenty-Sv-
hours, they are csmpellr-d to charse !3
extra Ter the service.
Tht tff.,rt ft-ure excels fares from
St Louis is likely to caus-e much mora
friction than the excess fares out of Chi
cago. While th- arbitrations which have
settled the principle of an excess fare
for fat time have held that such a charge
should apply to Intermediate points ss well
as to throuph trains between New York
and Chlcapi'. the charges which should be
njj.de to and from St. Louis end interme
diate pc-lnts have never been formulated.
The dispute on excess farc on west
bound trains between New York and Chi
cago ws juickly rettled by the decision
cf the presidents of the lines concerned
that the excess fares applied to westbound
as well as to eastbound trains, bc-causo
the amount cf the excess was already set
tled. But If the presidents cf the Eastern lines
runninc out of St. LauIs leclde that ex
cess fars should t applied out of St
Louis, they will have to agree upon a
standard time to New Tork anl all other
petnts to which the excess-fare charge will
It is not tAely that the excess-fare nil
will ever t put !-;to effect on eastbound
trains from this city. Some of the Chl
CRj?o lined are eriouMy considering the
abandonment of th-lr fat trains, on ins to
the Inforcemnt of this excess-fare rate.
Nearly an of the fast trairs from Chicago
to New York, which paid well at the ordi
nary rate of fare, are said to be loslr.e
money under the excess-fare rule. Pas
sengers object to pa !ng the extra C and
a.aa ke standard twenty-eight hour
trcsns. leavtnc tie twenty-six and tw-nty-fire
hour trains with scarcely enough
patronage to pay expenses.
I. JL G. A. UXTKAMOV.
It I Reported the Conl.In -Will nnlld
It Thlk Fall.
Fort Worth. Tex.. Jnly S. From a cor
poration attorney of prominence in Fort
Worth the Information comes that the
Goulds have determined to bulM the exten-
slon r.r th Intcmatic.-.s! and Great North
era Railway from Marlin to Fort Worth and
that the txtension will strike the Text" and
Piclfic at Mancheiter Mills, three miles
Jrcm th. rltT- Y-? fmm 1h Vii. l.j-V a
1 the Texas and Pacific will be used
itost of tr.e line o-. t that far Is double.
ana with little addit:onal exp rse d -He
tracks can be had all the wai . For half the
d.stance there are three and fcur tracks.
This Is the line whi'-h has recently been
started north and south from Calvert and
about which there has been roro lght
doubt as to the Northern terminus WoTk wIU
not be commenced until after the fall elec
tion. CLOVER LEAK LINE.
It I. 2Cow the Toledo, St. Lonla and
IndtsnapoLs, Ind.. July S. The Toledo. St.
Louis and Western Railroad Company, a re
organization of the old Clover Laf. ex
tending from Toledo to East St. Louis, was
Incorporated here to-day with a capital
stock of H0.0W.CO. Its dire"tor are New
Y'crkers and are Jams N. Wal'aee. Arthur
IL Van Erunt, J Edward WycfcoJf and
others. The Incorporation fee was ZX.V8.
Illlnol Central Teat Car.
Within a few days ther- will be turned
out of the Burn.-ide -hop of the Illinois
Central on of the finest and probably the
best-equipped railway test cats in the Uni
ted States. It Is being built under the su
pervision of William Renjbaw, superintend
ent of michln-ry, ard Profess, r L. P.
Brcckenridtre and Edrard C. Schmidt of
the University of Illinois.
The mechanical and eogln'ering students
of this university have the free ue of the
-Illinois Central road for experiments anu
test, and In the pat few years th-y have r
adduced valuable data which have been I
utilized by the officials of the road. The
new car will belong Jointly to the univer
sity ar2 the road, and is designed for gen
eral railroad experimental work. It will be
adapted to the following porpoe. for each
tf wV4rS 4t wllf Sib an .rtBlal ttn.
ment: lleauring of train rsistanc-. auto- I
graphic track Inspection, loccmotiv- road
tets. airbrake teiis an 1 station tests
The cur Is feet S inches In length and ,
40 feet iii-er the -nt IUil & fe t -1. fr.che
wide lnsid and S feet IS Inches wid- out
fide, with an extreme width of li feet
over the ohservaticn There Is about twenty-fire
feet of working space in the car.
which will be tak'n up with all sorts of
queer-looking instruments capable of show
ing anything from the amount of drawbar
pull V the location o mile posts. By the
aid of thl car the university profeijTs, as
well as the railroad ofacials. expect to
make man- experiment which will be of
valao In operating railroads.
tstomatlc Conpler Lnr.
The time limit whifh the Interstata Com
merce Cummlsslo.n. together with Concress.
nas piacea upon raiiroag companies tor tne
ei;;:pme-it cf cars with the regulation
coupler jxpi6 the first of next month. At
present tbe railroads doing an interstate i with correspt,nder.-e to the Associated
builness are putting forth every effort to ' jress from Horiulu unler date of June 00.
comply -vith the interstate regulation, and j The aataori'lcrj in the island are endear
it is thcught that when the law goes Into I orlng to make the Japan labo- riottrs
force every railroad will be properly i und-rstand that they miwt respect the law.
e-quipped. j t Siirecklesvllle a r.umtscr -f Jpa"e-
Ilegarding the export trade of the Atnerl- J -who bad mail-: an attac k upun a coa'.taker
can yl of car couplers, .t was said that and attacke-d a number of officials who came
5? far the attempt to introduce them In i to his rescue, were convicted and fined 5
-urope ba not rt-sul'eu in success. In
C. P. A. at Pnl-ln-Bay.
The regular monthly meeting of the Cen
tral Passenger Ars&ciatlcn wl.l taks place
to-morrow at Put-In-Bay. C S. Crane, gen
eral passenger agent of the Wabash: J. JL
Chesbrotich. assistant general passenger
agent cf the Vandalia. and R. M. Allen. -slstant
general passeiger agent of the
Louisville Air Line, left here last night to
attend the meeting.
Sew Tork and Ottawa Case.
New- Tork. Julv 9. Judge Liccmbe of th.
United States Circuit Court to-day denied
the application of John L. Henning. a judg
ment creditor cf the New- York and Ottawa
Railroad Company, to intervene in the sJlt
In equity against the railroad company, by
Alanson T. Enoa. The order also denies an
application asking that tbe order appointing
Henry W. Gaya receiver be set aside.
Illinois Central and Iowa System.
Fort Dodge, la.. July S- Captain J. II.
Merry of the Illinois Central is here per
fectins the details or the sale of the Jort
Dodge and Omaha road to the Duhuqae
and Sioux City and Its lease to the Illinois
Central. This will round up the liUaois
Central and Iowa Sys tem.
Road Tkroaaa the Andea.
Khoxvllle. Tenn.. July 9.-3. P. McDonald,
a KnoxvUlo railroad contractor, has Jost
Mexico, however, the general tendency of i u ,s understood that the plantation man- ,'il' ." " ".'.' '". . '"j -. jw, Si,- ii,ii."tii J-ander waiters oi .
the linn f. in ntnnr American mthnrf. In ' . v.U. n-i-.. rf. .irfl f- rmH-. ,.1 , thelarge fct-y and idJolnLig bu'lilnys -..-.v. L'cation"! W.
railroading and a fairly large market has Farther with the' strikers. They have In- i? r'S JllT' ,", f.'.f )i'. 1"S?1 "Pentecosta! Pw.
been found there. P.u-;la is also adopting Crea-ed the men's wages beyond contract " V7.CL. ' 'J ' UT;U. .'t TTZ-'Trii'"" -v B-verend rioa vv.
American couplers on Its trar.s-slberian Prtce from JU t? SI. a month, and th- -,; " .... . . :a?roW w il Ct P."1": ..-, -..
wuwu, jananese cuauur iu te uisc-i-ieiji-. .-
I been arfl the contract to build a ra'l
' read In Ecuador for the Kcuid -t Asoca
, t'.-n of Shetland- The contract price 1 J1S.
I ('. The road will be 30 mile, in length
and will exUnd from Guayaquil to Quito.
I rhrrtr-ch the Andes Mf-"-it:iIn
Sfi Relay Ilriiot M-etlne.
The Eat St. Louis Relay Depot Associa
t!on. of which C. r Parker of the lilinois
Central I chairman. will meet to-day In
the office of General Manaser Turner of
the Vandalia in the Century building Plans
the new structure wlU t sibi.lteJ etrf ,
taken for letting tbe con-;
racts as toon as pi.ssioie.
Meellntr of iothTclrrn I,lne-
Tt.e Southwestern Paenrer Bureau and '
-.e Sou'hweftTn Mileace Bureau ate
I booked f-r retra'ar meeincs t morr"w at
1 hiilauarters in the Union Trust bu.ldlnc
j The lradinc subj-cts to be d!.euN.-d hale
I ttn announced already in these columns.
reronnl noil Current Nute.
J. X. Seale. uperinteri3ent of tr importa
tion. J. V Clark, iruperlatcnltnt f' th
Jackson division, and Harry "r'cr.de. u;-r-lstecdent
of the lobile divslon of the Mo
bil and Ohio, are In the city.
Vice President anJ Gr.eral ManapT
Rarns-ey cf the Wabash hat cone East for
General Pa."rcer Acent It TV. Wake
ley of the Burllnrton his eone to Wiscon
fin. The rfcular bimonthly tneetlr.c of the
Southern rre'.vht Comrritte .11 tak" plac I
tf-v at ihe Chicjiro iVsch liotl hair
man Cfcie ie:i ctre lur cuKaco tunuay
v .- - . . '-- . .-- - ,
-Comrliers cr rate sbet? In tn trr-orj
r-t !. cter-n latiFT AAI:1n will
- ---. s. ,,.. ,... ,. ,, .k. ,a.a
ci'erks will hold a meetinc the nrxt day at
Hotel Ryan in the same city. They -will
arnt of the trio at r-an An'on'o. i -X
and E. M WJotead. f-isht ap
e !f!q0?r:trs ?"TV ,l;te!M?Jv .
The bocv of the late Jadce J-hi A.
v.-llhams of the Federal Court a: Little ; 1'
vvl; Ark.. Wit Denver eterdav after
noon In a Mfe-iuuri 1'acffic spt Hi cr in
charce of Judc W E Hetmnerway Judge
Williams was spending hl vacation in in"
mountains and pnssed away sadd-nly of
hcurt fa .lure.
Ml Katv of "Katy Flyer" re-own h
at last been induced to ca-t aside her tbree-vear-old.
antejuated c-tura and tion a
jeliow robe that I strlct.y in style It
was brevcht about by a lady stenographer
in the Pullman otScts In fe l &i n jra"n
building, wno called up Gfersl lx;:ner i
Agent Barker over the i-hune ar.1 su- '
Kefed that it was t!r.i- he gave "Kuty ,
. . -...-... rTAi. te- . biHimnp i
permission at home Mr. Barker in'tructe-l ( iiprovcrr.er.ts. Fur booklet with full laior
the mo-Jlste wno hardier the M- K.4T. I it or, n11r-ss , . .
paint pot to bring "KatV up to da; Ue..d- I a. K. YANCEY. Prrililent. Mexico. Mo.
g.ar and ell. Tne work now pro--es-!..; 1
-lcelv. thanks to the lady stcnoerapr r
E. S. Orr. general agent -f the Balti
more ard Ohio Southwe-tcrn. I in Boston.
laymater A. C St.-r.e vf tl-e Son has
resigned, to take effect July 11. 11" will be
succeeded by H. N Iai e of the account
ing department. Mr. Stone began work for
the Soo when he n-ad started, and in ad
dition to being paymaster. h is alo as
sistant secrcl.rj- and treasurer cf the road.
The tctal gros etm.ngs cf 'he TiIai:o
Great Western for the ear cnd-d June 3".
were Ii.ti.C5. a Fain ever the frvvluus
ear of 1Sjb.7s3.
SUGAR TRUST AT WORK.
Another Raise of Price (Vts
Public Five Millions.
New York. July S The Sucar Truyt made
another dip inti the ptke't of tie Aairnean
hcureholdtr to-day when It raised the price
cf sugar to 6 cen s r. pound who.esale. This
i the eighth raie it has made in the price
since it obtained abselute control ol the
market two months ago. It tt- n beat the
ArbuckUs and other . -jr. pe tit.ws, li-tu a
tate of submi!on. It dli nut allsw them
to rise from their kne-r uctll they slimed
an lion-dad agteemcai permitting the trust
to I.x the reaicg price.
It was then i.2 per W pounds. Raises
have ben made at Interval, since .ty 3.
Each ra;-e vu at the rn of one-tenia o.
a cent a pound. Kavh raise of or.e-t-nth o.
a ceit impo'-d a pro. s lax of tw . uiin
the sugar U"r vl this country, who con
sume i.tH.(WAI pounds a rar.
A raise from . to ptr liO pounds Is
eejuiva.er.t to an arbitrary lax upoa .he
tru. -ridden people of th.s country of $-
Already the susar barons, by ?".
their mor.rp)ly. uraw mre than ..
a year :.i j tne American i-rojHe ever and
abvve h-g.tlmate pntiis Part of this
wealth Is represented by steam yachts. bi
diamonds and palace. ,.
The so-called -independent rehnerles,
the National, the Arbutklrs and the Jlc
Cahans. all raised the pric cf sugar to-
cay in acc-rdance wltn tne irusi s omvi.
' '" "" .".: '. rr -----. ,.i
announced a diwaena oi m i-r "". """.
with monev obtained from the sale of this
stock. In other words, it eve back to Its
stockholders half the cash tsey subscribed
that is. tssumlnc that the price was at
par. The comivany also pays dividend, of
I. t cent.
The sugar barons are by r.o means satis
fied wiUt present price.sIt Is sa.d Tbey
w-ant to put sugar up t . cents, which iw.ii
be a rirse of 1 s-W c-nt t p Jid. u Ith
sugar at 7 cents tre trust wold tax tht
American people I.-..va tsr more than
they did when it w as J.2a ctcts. on Ma -last,
IDLER'S CREW IS BLAMED.
Yacht SNiid to Have Gone Down
With ails Set.
Cleveland. O.. July S No attempt ha
yti pten made to recover the bodies of
Mrs. James Corrlaan. her throe duhter.
niece and granddaughter. who were
drowned by the c-p;iz-ng of the acht
Idler -f this frt last tuti.roay afternoon.
A terrific gale blew all day ester da y
and coatirueu until late this aftemcon.
iDuklr.g it ltrpossible for tugs to ;i near
the scene c-f the wreck for the purpose of
making a search. A party will g out to
the wreck with divers to-morraw mcroing.
Captain Mat tin Creole cf the steamer
Ogemaw, which was close ;o the yacht
w;n-n it caped. says the accident was
entirily Inexcusable. OToole said to-day.
"There was plenty oi ..arainir ol
approach of th saral!, and the Idler
. eiftden the st rra r.11 richt if P
tions had been, raadv Not a jard of her
CanVaS .43 S..u'.fV. .JU.c.ri. utl .
went our she had her mainsail, staysail
and two Jibs set. There was no sea to
speak of. c- titrary to the assertions of the
crew, and if sails had ben taken In there
would have been no trouble
-A ic...ler schoo-ier tnar and a Httl
naphth launch we-t through the squall i
without d'fiiculty Thtre wrs no m-re I
rcas- n why the Idler sbojld have cap-
. - V. . - . ir--t r v . 1 i fn-. rtxT.i '
MZCU lal-a ' r.n . -.-..
nr-i-ir.ini .- ,.iiv i u- ,iUu-,
OFFlUALb MUb I ti t AfVI-MIL-AJi.
Governor Dole Turns Out Subjects
of Foreign Powers.
Ean Francisco. CaL. July 5. The Bio
Janeiro, twenty-eight dajs from Hong-
Kong, v.a Honolulu, arrived here to-day
1 -ach and costs.
though every otl.er demand of the laborers
ha been allowed. S m- ! the plantation
managers have oecid
tt.n nm work theT i
t;i, iLve ,h nr
tions. Other managers are abcut to take
the same course.
Governor Dole ha dee'ded that subjects
of toreicn i-uwris cannot noii onirr uno-r
l'- . . -.. . - . .
I tbe government i tne Territory c "-;'-
ana iii-' -v.. "... .- w..n.. u-
Trnnavaal T.naa of Life. ;
Moralist are discussing the terrible low of
Hfe broueht about by tbe Transvaal war. Tet ;
here life sacrjic j cor a r-arpoe lor an
bsnest principle, which will prcbably result j
In rain ta the whole world It wsre b-tter to i
preach against the se-d!ci aactiSce cf life. '
Thouaani of pct! all over tha wld auc- J
cumb to aiimecv wrjea raicnt easily iive
been checked m the Ugtnning. r.Tsppa
carrlea vB more pcuple than are kill! la wir.
The use cf llestetter'a Stomach Bltiera at
prcper time woaw actually re rcmy tires.
Cbnstiratlnn may teem a little ting. bot It
InrarUbiy devei-pa into aoraete're worse, and
tte locrer it Is allowed to run 11-- aM--r It 1
to cure. The Bitten cur- laj!iiestci. rowtl
patloa. dyspepata aril btllousnn... It d.ea ii
naturally and pemactntly. without shocking
tha system. It is eoo-1 for eveoboy. You will
find It at axy drug store.
Tnrt MM-arn sL.irar i.eii..i .k" . t -.....
rK.,.i...i, -Mz-vi Jnrinr the tteht -t tr.e . right of ail other persons
Havemtyers issued trcasur' st n k to ob- 1 fcund on any oirer rolls a
-!. .tV.w. rn nn n.sizi. iu-ii& I a znav nave s uiauru i
IVIU I It.t. IIOISH- P.X5PT HAI.U,
tE, ,;ur, t, .- a limited n.ictr lt j
tztcticn" acd cite.
calTade fiSS cr Skl nrolcn tor
N -.th and Oirt r uttts.
Tot r-nsi- lJl. rmli LIU C..r.rth n.rif. Art.
liX UrniD'iw.C sBr;i.a, imwiu
Wjii;V BAU)SIJ PCMISAr.T-rer Tome
3l iiiw. Trrot-Slri'Pt.e.;. IxoiIa
-jeai-ioih V;ier of Irrfula. I c;t;-t dl
zcw z -fa fr'a'" nr "em tpomtnies!.
,0tt(ie-spatftsffai3nfr!nr7,-ti.. Term raol
trie" Puw: eoier Kiyt 3ie : fjrcsn:rBe.
. clX jrn LArrlw iui
ir-v e bnt tee 1
A- . KLLl-AUL. A. AU eru Jwlioinr.l, I1L
ril.tr "-- V.'-rli tea- -e:. Tt vry
k-.:"gtri' Te.Tii ? "-! Sod Jr et-
ii iv iioriinr school ron
rrrt'f-A'e aJa ts tJ bt r.-.rn e.-.-J'S.
Ai Afe !". s ' 4rl "iwtera Ur.ruirs.
r-- s.-t a ! cat.:w s.iir.5.- ili
V' riM II Hs. rttt-li- 2 -i.ilhiBgt-3
WtLLUia JEWELL COLLEGE.
I-onnilrd !!!. Liberty. .Ill.sonrl.
lieM endows r.l r-"t iirr.iy tt-aed cob
4. f y ,.,1 ct . ..?-" .- -r.-ir-.tir- iw
!- ! rrr j- -' ' ' ' r.-ai-c - '-n. r-t
c'ltese rrrmr.- .-on : '' ,'- tl .
al.nr .-t. 'i-.!;' tteani ha- . .rgu-.j ca-e,n-.i.
uri jf.-eJ c- i-re Fi l.t . S lo
.r v- I- -r -ataKr--. ai.--
'Tr gkAns i- u ij u . rrw.dgt
MISSGU3I K'UTAHY CADEIKY.
HiF 1EW SULMICS.
rnmpar. One Hundred Acre.
Huntir.z. Sn:mrtmz. Hshlnz. lioatin,..
roroltj- .if ?iecinli-t a umnl pf twelve
leading Mi.ltary School and Lalvertltl'S.
-r; ..,-- . .oral r ri.tatl r. Aloaern
Benton Go'lege cf Law.
. E. Cor. FrnnUHn end Grand Ave...
ST. LOU?. MO.
FVgKIFfi SESSIOSS OHLY lHm.
F-T ianl-t.f, an tt l.n.icr.t
.. fii .. 1 t iru. w.
Not ire Itsued l". the Dawes Coin-
Vlrita. I. T.. July ?- The Daw-s Cora-m-.son
have given out th? following notire
with reference to the Coramls-ion's w,rk
in enro'ling Clierokee for Seal allotment.
"Heals of famine may enroll the mem
bers ..f tlnlr famdtes and minor children
who make thMr tomes with tnm. i"ii.rtS;
lans m.ij ennll the.r watJs. Thi Wf.r. Jt
done, prepiratory to making fina. roj.J.
Cherokte cmz'.ns ur.der prv u-ors ; c . tne
act of Congre-s approved Juae r. .!-S ;
Teat in making rolls of citUtnship .
the several tribs, as rvqalred by a w th3
C- mmis.-.on to the Five Cv.liiM Tr.bts is
authorized and directed to take the roll of
C.-jen.kie citizens of 1 inot laciuo.ns
Frredmcr.j as the only ro.l Inttnoed to .-tf
conhrmed b this and prtcedi: g aits o.
iv-ngresj!, and to enroll aU jhts-jos now liv
i.. n..c .,. at. f.iund on i? id ro.t.
and all deseendants bora since the date of
sa--d roll, and aU dtceodai-ts bom since
the dat cf said roll to persons whose
r.arats are found thereon; and all persons
Hh'i have been enroHed by the trlbil au
thcrltie who hive heretofore made perma
nent seflemect it tlw Cherokee Nation
whop; parent, by reason of their Cherokee
blood h .v been lawfully admitted to citi
rei ship r." the trlbii authoriue". and who
wer- iritors when the.r paivnts were so
and they shall investigate me
wnose namtT are
rd nrai- all surh
tnerror. by fiaJd
or without authority of lir. enr"liing only
such as tny have lawful right thereto, and
their desceniai ts born since such roll
were made, wi.h such intermarried white
I-r-ons as may be entitled to citizenship
under Chrokee laws.
"It sbil make a roll of Cherokee Frecd
rren In strict compliance with the decree
of the Court of Claims rendtred the third
day of February, ei.nteen hundred and
"SJ comml'kn shall mske said rolls
de-vripllve of the i-rcns tneron. so that
they may be tl.eteb lueMirled. and it Is
authorized to take a census of each of said
tribes, or to ai..-pt any other means by
thTj Je med nt-essary to enable them to
make sa.th rolls They shall have access
to all rolls and trords of the evral trie,
and the United State Court In Indian Tet
rttory hall have Jurldlcllon to compel the
officers of the tribal governments, and ci
todtm of suen roll- an-1 rei.rds. to de
liver same to .i:d romrals--Ion and on their
refusal or failure to di so to punish them
a for ontetnpt: as alao to require all iitl
xti of ald tribe and p-rsors who shxtjid
be enrolled, to arpear Itfvtv said commis
sion fr enrollment at rmch tlrr Ar.d
places as mi be 2xd by said coram' gs.
ard to - force o'oedicnce to ill oth-rs .-"n-ce-ned
so .far as th. sprite may be ne -sary
to tnatK snl-i conimSs'-.cn to mke
r. "s as h :L-.n repaired, and to pur.!h any
one who may In any acanacr or by any
means obstruct said work.
"No iwron snail be enrolled who has rot
I herf.ofcT removtvl t and in good faith
I f.-itl-yj in the Natlos in watch he claims
1 c.t znship
I -The rv.is s .-ie. when approved b;
l "ie Secretary of tt Interior, shall be .Inai.
' '-' i-.vm- ..-.- .. - -,-c .-uiiu
ther.on. ullh tsx-lr de.rfndsntii liirrffur
to tnetn. witii s.:cn jfetsciiu as ma..- in-
n-nran--. aerordtnit to tribal taw. sv.all
aln- iEtitute the severe! tr-bes wnich
"The memb'-r- of said commltan shall.
In pcrfnrralrg all th -lut.es tnjulred of
tlieaf Ijj- ian-. bve authority to administer
oaths, examine wl'r-es-. and end for per-s-jns
and papers, -J anj person who snill
wilfully and in cwinaly make nnv false af-
nua-.ji or oat, to jr. mi;nii r.-vct or mat-
!-, ,-.,. -.--,K f . L Va -.!.. --
I--.. - .--!. ii j ,1 --. -.ii no. v.U.lll12IU:
4r r' aitrr ocer 'borizeJ to administer
oath. to any athdavlt or other faptr. to be.
i nieu, nr oam maer. miuf ram rimmisMon.
r-.Ta-j w ueemen gui:t ui t"-r;ury. arst on
cvnvlctlcc Jhall 1 jxmlshed as for su-h of
fense." The Kllm-r l'nctory In Alie.
v.. ...- - 1 TT-.2 X ee1 - . 11
Or.- y-sr urte Ki!r 'c dcre cf L M;
PJ-Se. -17: ,' i-r'L & ,TCff
v.t sk t: rt-rj r-.--'- "' -- -
The fire which destroyed tbe ln-wnse I I-,rcja;'i.ras,niV. Itev.rend M. D. Bab
Swamp Boo: medicine pant cf Doctor Kll- ' cock on "SoclM Problems the Uterature of
xner ; .o.. juiy j. K-immw disastrous
jj!c i.as crr,.-.--. in t micnaiicn.
x.owerr. ijj- rviirr-ezs j-r-jnoj i.nsir.es
next moralng. though not at the old stand.
w bl-h is a h. ap o: tnol.lere.1 :. vh.le
tne nrcme- we.e yet pounng wti.r on the
burning Cbenaagt stfet establishment the
turners if. arrangins to Co business
. o .- v www.
, . , . .
Industry might not bo
men:, through the our-
That this steal
crippled for a momen
be tnrnlnir out PwanlP Boot, the crrat KM-
cey Itemedy. in qi.antines ct about C3WJ
!h full cap-iclty of
times that amount I3 b.
o cr inree weeics
trior than four
b pro"iuced. Tbe
1 ,1.11..- .Z.-C U...!..... .W. '" .- i.UV. ,.1 IUU3
.MWM.. jn...J fn. MM'n FTfn .vl.t .k...
i in no wav l- Inlcrfcrea wun
On the oid site, with adjoin1
1 f.t-, . !. V- en. em'twV-i
PT Pf, y
t I'tra ti.i 1111 t ii atua -a.k-
erected Immedlr.telr an absolutely fireproof
sx-stcr -tructure. plans for which have
( Uea UttiTiy ccmpleted.
TUl'Clv BY LIOIITMXG.
Farmer Fatally Injured Ilia Wife
Alan Was llnrl.
AntUr. L T.. Jul 9. Last nlbt durins
an electric stcrm art old man from Arkan-
sas named Seba.tian and wife were struck
by lightning. They saw It coming. It
1 , , , ... .,, ,. fir- rv. .., M.
1 '"."' "nc u" " ". " " ,"' .
th in cuaraelrr. ar.u as i. etoea mem. .
reeroed tt burst, stnxicg me oiq man on
the shoulder. Jt tore ms clothing lrto
string? t- his feet, ripped one shoe open t
the tje. and split the other to the hceL Th
case of his watch was melted, but tho
-cr.rlr rttrt nt strtTV. SetiEtlan is UCCOn-
sclous. and there 1 DO chance for h re-
covery. His wife Is not so badly hurt and
fM ....- nrAr
MERCANTILE TRUST CO.
8th and Locust Streets.
PAYS INTEREST AS FOLLOWS:
2 on Dally Balances.
4 on Time Certificates.
4 on Sayings Accounts.
LOP.ENZO E. ANDEP.SON.
GEO. W.U1RES BROWS.
JAMES W. BELL.
JAJ1ES i. BUTLEH.
Ix D. DOZIER.
c r GACSS.
H. GUIESEDEICK. JP
C H. JMIILLAN
PETEU A. 0"NEIL.
WESTERN MILITARY ACADEMY, Uppar Alton, l!l,
ESTABLISHED reputation. Limited number. Thoroughly equipped.
Excellent location. Convenient to St. Louis. Owned and managed
by teachers of long experience, who take personal charge of the cadets
arid1 cssurne personal responsibility for their care and instruction.
Ask for Circular.
LIBERTY LADIES' COLLECT
. -,-. -.(. i Iadlnir Lillrice
ir lllr Hutl
ra.-... - .. .- . -
AMERICA i MOZART
v::vit?awi nf:i riV. TKfr...
inMiu"- ixiif "-
For hleher edneatlon of Y'oTinB Women irncl filrK Modern and p
Ua begtis S?!
H. t. 1. fcead for U.ostratM
Svnodical College and Conservatory of Music
Fcr Tcung Ladle. Elegant l-v-atian: Faculty specialists;
steam heat: electrls lights. For catalogue address
RZV. T. P. WALTON, Prest., Fulton, Wlo.
(331-LIMDENWOOD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN-1930
ST. C1IAIII.E. MO. 2l 3lllea From St. Lonla.
F,',r niwifi'aalCol cr--lTri rat -v - viro&g FacuitT of experierre-lTBjcher.
5cS.oolV.Maj!: and Electron fTeo. Olf-rf I7.-S. Dirrcrar. -tajt.aa Jetitafrr. beictlful AIlBOd.
eraVcivenier-ets. Her .J NIivOLLb.D.D..LUa.Prt Trutee. M. H. BLASEIt. IH.D..Prest.
rsr Tr7r;T;-j izi. MixiiTiiaiv Schooii,
nr.nvvif f P Mix 0-.dtaid tait
. .. x-- .. m Rn.'..i. 11. i-jr reru- M
in... I . - . . n
a I. I sera in-3j j-iuu , v-. .-; -- -
jXfj Lgliiwj wy c-u.u ;ww -- W
iffi Wenlworth Hililary Academy
?8 rv-nrni!.3-rrtioa. f-t!cooinii-itrr-iMn. rTraucnf..rVn!Tershle
SatoalASlerSra: ML SaKCFOKD SELLEPS. VU .. Swt. LEXIXCTOK. ITO.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
cealeJ pror-ol will be received until 1
received until 1 j
i . i- -n Mcndav July 1. i.v. a 4Ii
o vb.k p. ra . i)i .. . . .. . c,h.
T.O at mi
, e;rtbe B-trdTf Tmteerof th- Suth
trV HUnc!s Stale N-rmal University. Car
b ndale. Il.mtis. for dep wtu pump -. e-
.. . t.i ii..... Aii,.- ftf ermine
ard pump and attachments, f. o. b.. Carbon-
dale. lillnots. ana m-sv '""-'"" "" . in
wcrk and onnevtior-s fitted necesary to go
in wrll acccrdlag to specifications.
Separate b'y will be r-celvcd for piping
tank and fountains far fresh water upp.y
froni well to bulUmgs as ptr specifications
Plans to be seen at the "Sice f the Boird
rf Trustees, or at the ode- of C VT. Kapp.
a chltt-'t, 15 Washi-gton street. Cblrago.
Th -v-ard reserves the right to reject iy
cr all b!df. . ,
Ad,rs all coa.-ajJc.t!on,ctRohu
Sec'y B:crd of Trustees, Carbondal?, L
Postal TeieppliCaljle Co.
Main oarr. Laelcd. Balldlns.
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
4C0.09O Mile Wire, S.OOO OCee.
W ;on!d be pleaaed to handle Tint
Telesrara. Try m. Telephone SJnlB
READY FOR THE Y. P. S. C. E.
Programme- for the World's Con
0rr ?rrrdrr ef The Ariatrd Tr.
Lcndop. Jcly 1 The programme of She
Wo-'u's Chri'tlan Ende.vor Onventlon. to
trf held at London July II -IS. ha a sprink
ling of distinguished spiakets from the
Untied States. Tne W-iid-s president I
Ilevercsd Doctor Francis E. Clark cf B&s-
The meetings will be h Id at Al'xandra
Palnce. In a large tent provided for the occa-
.... . ... i ..n w.ih . vtrsrer rt.tin
fri.a T .1 ai. ;al p. tn. rrMay. July . 1
K"vr.d Trsncis E. Clark and wif -nd ,
John Willis IUer. th" gvJieral cr-i-.-y.
will rcriHiial tc tte aaaiessea oi weenmr.
! H N 1-tthrop cf K-ton and Miss
Eisla Travi of Brightor. Mas., will u dv-r
addrtsses fcunday evening. July li. whin
Heverend 1-oct. r Maitbe D. Babcock of
New Yok will preach the sermon.
Aldre-s wlli b delivered Monday. Ju.y
... i .- ..k .t ...a 1 tT.-it. Ii.vr.
1 .;A?k..!.. m ck,u"n f TnneVa m ' r.im-
' the Twenihtli Century"-. BIhop B. w Ar-
rett ef Wllber
rf?ce. O.. on "Abroad." under.
Ihe Missionary OuUook". Bv- j
Nourse c New York on "At .
. head ..f
, -,i nwrt
Home." and T. B. EJ Jy of Auburn. N. T
j on .-Abroid."
. nr Clarke, as p-esidmt. wilt deliver lc
' - ,.. Tnvit.iv Julv tr u whieh
I U....1.1. .... - . --T -- -'- -..
annua aauress iu-s,a. juiy i. hi misu
tlni- Gecrge W Coleman of Boston. Mass-
' nJU art as leader, and addresses will bi
, .,1 t,y Reverend W. V. McElveen. Bl'op
ew Jerar en "Tn-s
Shaw of ItDjtoa eci
its Arpllcatlon an-i
tompkins oi pni j-
tl. nat." and Reverend John S. Park -r. I
and closing words by Rvernd Reuoct
t Tr.m cf Brooklme. Mass.
' Th S-:h3Jl of Method. Monday. July 1.
i will be conductfl bv Reverr .1 C. E. Eber-
man. Ge-rce W. Colman will be leader of
the Quiet Hour Tuesday morning. The
School of Metnoaa win tie conducted
Wednesday morning by Professor Ames
Wei's of Boston T. B R'.iy will be leader
at the Tent Mlxpah Wednesday. Roll call
Wednesday win be by Reverend FranrU
Clarke, John Willis Baer and Reverend Dec
tor James L. HU1 of Saltra. Mass.
Lafly Henry ttmei-ei. wprias president ot
vvome ,5";-f?Sgrac' """'
iTI-. American headouarters will lo In -he
central section cf the western picture gal-
rv arrangement has been mad for the
convenience and comfort of the visitors,
writing ronms. free typewriters, a photog
rapher and even a tor.scrUI departm nt,
r- l.-e b-a!quarters ar.d ambulan e being
p-ovided at the convection building.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
J ctalla and Fever la a bottle of Grora'a Tasuieas
cfclll Tenlc It laaimply tron and quinia. la a
tasulen form. N -net no pax. Prsre Mc.
ah. reKrt w-UT be rr.ad? Julv V bv T. van i : .. r i nit - I Kcsofba, wia.
Patten "f Vermont and T. B. Eddy of Au- ' ui it tvTTTACr Ojtk; STlNWra. I t,tter eli" ef peot;- ff.
" - t- -. t.i,'.... .t.n l... 1l- -TS TO TItOE WIinNO TO EKJOf i .1-. .-arimi. -rcun-a 4 aeroa):
num. .- .",""-f -,-"" ".'. r- um-r urn with tt DrtvacT of tb-lr en i I7.s. ' vii.Mns views ana brex:
uevtt w ..- . "a"-". """ I T " aiut.cut :tt. J-iTnc. 'A bo-aekeping. Sroltioriiir U. lck cr elL
r-nnnil CJ ntt-uuiKi.y v.. ... vuiiiich-." . tfc -'. HI.4S:CHAItD S, 1IAOKR. I
COP. WIN II.-SPENCER.
JOHN S. SULLIVAN.
D D. WALKER.
GEO. W. WILSOS.
FESTVS J. WADE.
M. JCKS0S, A. M., President.
Lnlvcrftltlrk of America mail Kroir.
J.-. . mm m. ,. 1.
nr nz 1
"'. - ::r.. .i t... .. , n . .. -..,.
Modern and progressive.
tur-. nnr-ixtii acsust s-
calalag - jc HlltAM U. l.KUitJ. iTwwriii.
rrcs "rg ilitv A -aaeniT la n.oar.. ioor-
i-r D-psrtra-nt rec-
. Gevemm-avv CL T.
- - - zir- r -
A. JOHXSTON, A- .T., 5ort.
Kp:Czset Sew BalKlajt.
Sthi c ilnv.c. Ar: snJ Elocu
t a. Prcrorc fcr Us vervitie
iri r!rr id ' ii i i
stttcat.t litr-' 'rcntirj tirtstiai
fU-rr. tiltltU. I.
Ollest 14 UrrtJt
n-illtarj- tchtel la
vviLLiAMT noi ies. n.J nirKN'Errz.
1 res-iert. tvert rr.
E5TAELJ ISHTD IN -.
Missouri State Mutual Fire aril rtarlae
Insaranc Comn .
j -.. jj .. t-ctet.t St.. St. Louis. Jlx
Trl ieii am ;. 'i- -. iv ,--. ....
iLn., i urim rer suc vieni:
K. R. Ors'r-f lc
y . r. 3ic.
;. E. C Loci.
1) V Wa;kr.
' ,.. ".- t-.ti
, jaa. E. Xai-e.
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
1T2C -. TmRTEEXTH 5T.
Oatic to rre aa aprr-clatlnr p-llv- wiUj
Cni-thn ranJ isrv. .;ln no cheralcata act
taIS tetely aitpt3 I uat
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed r-rccoals will be received ttntll 1
oViock p. mi Mcndy. July IS. K. at tb
ofli'-e cf the Board cf Trustees of the South
ern liMnoU stale Normal Unlv rslty. Car-
i bonOale. Illinois, for tv.e removal of present
wood base board and S or (inciuamg aeaira
lng material underneath), ccrrldor floors,
and the rep.a-irg of gruut ;. according to
pla.-.s atd sp-ciSca t!-js for foundation of
marble tile User. All labor and material
requred to be furnished by contractor.
A.s . as epsrat" Item, the letting cf
marble tiie Ccor and replacing present wcod
bae boarl tmarble t be furnished by own
c - on cirs at Carbond'-'e. Ill ). aU other
materials and labor requped to be furnished
by contractor, according to plans and speci
fications. rian and specification may be seen at
the office In Cerbf da e. IIL, or at the ofSce
cf the Vermont Mi'ble Co., St. Louis. Mo.
Thv B'ard reserves the right to reject any
cr aU bids.
Addresfs all communication to
E. J IN'EP.-KILU
S---y Board cf Tr-'te'S Carbondale. 11L
Vlrslcla a. acd iisaeB. At-otla CStj. N. i
n.-st-cu aa nxom .3 enry CtuUL Wnw
V tsacales kJ special stri'ut ntsa.
S. S I'HOESC..
Veranerlr rt ISrtrla. Ota ro.-ir CcrsfJrt.
iVALDORF - SXORIw,
ATLANTIC CITY. S. J.
Plrect.y ca o-eaa fr-ct. cenictel with board
walk capac.t. f- Mri.-tir n--pr if la every
ease Ann ef crr.!-rt acd Iuaurt--H.ej. ew
raa.iag.rr.eot. Erer arritrwi. Bet and rcll
m. anj frea talh 12al - to (U-Mt Jtpcoi
I acd ea sjtte. IjlaSag roc -a ca trp crr
ov.il irr ocean. Sr-dal rates w July al.
iuo.let. Harry Bjttnvxa.
NEW LONDON, CONN.
13a. ii.f 1-5 r.71 WT
C ii HO L li J UMv
Fort Criswoid House.
Ccmfcrtab'e. wJ-iirt b.:.. pitronlied by
OELtQllTFkL nMI'l.VATHiX OF SEA
SUOI1K JVN'l fj NTKT LIFE."
r.ilr--- racfctji-. fcshlnc ty-autiful oacacl
amied rxada for dilinr and tncrclmc. arr-plt
r- .ra rur tennis ana cniJx. tiM5iai
Fishers Island, Rew Ytrk
A CMARMINQ SEASIDE RESORT.
SEVEX 51ILE AT SEA.
Tbrea H-sura by Rail rrem Nr Tk City.
Th-nr fit. Minute by gteamer.
MEETING ALt DAT EXPRESS TRAIN'S.
OPESS Jl'LY 1ST.
MUSIC CVS1X0. LIVIfRT. TENNIS.
For Illoetrateil Circular, al-trisa.
A. T. UALU, Xanizer.
north mtct et Lake Erta. an no-ir'a rt.
from U-trelt; the most heantlfal Surcrcr Itescrt
cc the Grrat Lake. Nine-hits gilt links, bath-
leg boating, carucg. c
suprtor acccmmocattona. Popular pncea. Is
&or pen. .
For Ututrated bnokiet, terras. etc address th.
r--rit3ra. John F. Anttdel U c
1 L SELKIRK A CO.,
AUCTION and STORAGE
Keeuiar Ml .rerT Batordar at
BC-l'j-U Choc:n t. 6a's la
gKlalty. Xaia taoa, $U S. SUA
Leagut Park ChamplwsWp StriN.
St. Louis vs. Boston.
Game starts 2 a) p. ex.
Six High-Glass Racts.
Racisj begins at 2:33 o'clock, rain or
shine. Admission, including Grand
Concert by Seymour's First Regiment
Daily "Girl With the Anbura Hair.'
A&siskic to OnrjcJ. 1 : Renrred Seats K.
Next Week I'oSlct P.:ief Association BeseSt.
TWICE rAlLT t : VXD jsa.
KAIN OR SHINE.
Xrclcdlv Carrotl John?3. Lew Sally. Dn Atl
rx.a. Frrf WrtT!. Al iCacarS aid Jotn P.
R'-r. Vaaderiil- !-ifil by IJrcas ana Ntna
anj t&a Ksoa aty Quartet.
SPENC--R OPERA CO.
To-sianr. sou-E.nt at. satvroay.
CHIMES OF NORMINDY.
Feats ca sale at AaTs. 52 Locust, acd Oiter-ta-
Bro . tits Wasaington axe.
rCI WLM A r-Maim.Y- sunday.
LKIbIVIMIX WED. and sat. oats.
GIRL FROM PARIS
S ihe Sfiawar riaitanee acd steeple Chasa.
Adracce s-ale Bol.ma& Bro.. tict Olive it-
Traction Coapaay Electrlu
Carv leave Eat End of Elds
Bridie every li ramulcx.
ECreossat Park. Vaudeville nightly and Saa-
Prlester's Park. Beautiful picnic grotisds.
Kotlpp Sanitarium. Two free concerts Sunday.
Belirville Fair Oronad. Pygoalloa aod Oala-
tea nighti; tii week.
CONCERT AT THE CQTTIIE,
0 to ll'JSd p. re
Tbe Republic Bureau.
Fnll rari;u!ar concercln all So
Resorts surpUed. Circulars, booklets
vine J information of Hotels and Ra
cay be bad at The ilepubiic'9 Information
Bureau. Service, of the Bureau abvolBtalj
free. HOT SPRINGS. VA.
Jlew Hotel Alpnln, capacity UP: rate. Sinj
to B.M sr CajF. J1S.00 per w-k aad upwaran.
L. d ALPBIN. Preprletar.
Acd :e Cettcga Acccx.
TVater itiu. Lcy lla2. nar Southarastoa.
lioi-ra llsuua, aj improvement.. Oao. A.
Grunn. Qr-r ar3 Prsrnetcr.
SICEDT Hal.'cw Resort,
5outh Kavca. fUck.
A Crst-clau family soman' resort, attsated
th bl(a tank n! Lake -tieblgaa. Fin. aaaaty
beech, slcplr-r cently into tea laae. larartas aua
bJthlac. hu grlf links, baseball, tencia, ex
cuet st.'S. aa-i-Ei and a tireusand ahadr
cooks Hot acd cth-r entenaloments rrerr
Ten!nr. Cuta-ae unicelld. F;r particular. S
aresa giee?y HaM.w. -Jo-jta HaTen. lilcX
Grttfibricr White Sur-Hw SpiiHSt
rterrs.-itatiTe reiirt cf the South. Opes
June iz. Jl5.4 is improTssunta; new eewera.-.
plncttlrg irct.t. irtvate tiatt and tclleta; r-
... n- .C K J
ti p.ec. farscua sarpejr tatiu
ctcr-bde rlf course. Z.TN jarda: prcnnaloaal
la charge. Write for .ln-lea rJel.
UARItlXGTON HILL. Macateav
KAYE'S PARK HOTEL,
On beautiful LAKK GENEVA, the faTOftt
rararcer rejert ci W'-cwJa. nj open. Tw
rtrs' ride rrcra Chicago via CL a N. W. Ry-Eae-llent
table, mrrlied p abTindacee wtrh,
rrll. rrrm and fresb Tea-ftiblea oirect ron
Pirk Farm. Writ far circular and forUMr
""Ka'rV.rark Hctli-J'oeaevl. ,
MAItnLEIIE.vJD 5ECK. MASS.
Ore- Jane L Finest loiatloa en tbe Nortli abar.
Every rccratai ocean view. 'pjcU. rateaf-r Jan.
Send fcr tscrlrtl eltrular E. O. Brews, rt-a.
Hre-ytMri C.-st-elass Pjites reasonable. Aa
lieal "enracier JiMet. located en the afcora. at
L Sti h.iin ard Maratia Par. near MaOana.
M' a. O i yaftlnr. Siiii'J.s aal bathing. raltT
H'jciaa to aad from Chieaas. For terms at
ireaf MP- L A. RYDER.
nc nu Ruixc, n.i.
DeHtbtfutlr Lecatri en AaiiJjsaaYBJ
CrpaslU Stwfort. .
nea-mn.i-.ur. etc Of-a jSJ CO
rv-s End cf Keitncky.ATtBoa,
City. . J- .
Tre re-est an see cf the f-iit irpomted by.
t.a "? ct capa-tty X-) abuMly to
rroef tx.Ut cf itcsie and brtca: 'eT,taT.?;
trte Vgru. it-" h- rocTO i5 . .
iuTie aSd with, bot and cold bat bat apaclal lata
fwr July: UoHiet nulled, u. L Flnca.
6RARD ATLAHTIC MOTEL
VlrriaV. are. aad Beach. AU4ct:e City.
rvth rear Cir-ic'ty ; wwuiaur
a..wgg.taCtaifc. E. Qe.
Tbe Meal Reaetea-
A sacttartam of
h'eneat crada. far
; cool awmraert;
Cpen from J era to September.
a laTCtal'V aiaaaaaviiaas.
U b till J Ilajin.ts-I.
KUTAb Tie Irvs-rt
Tea miles belaw .-viaaara xau. -- --
tano. tAJlF Iteto-ssqv. tins aa 1K25
leads a&l clnitr jatha. BUCX UA j
INOT UKACH BACHING. RATX3 KEAbOI-
ilo&Ec n tcit laa ' .-
.- -n.. i. nnen for the season ot :
r teen thoroughly remodeled. The culJ
SSry department ls now flrst-dass. Ratea,
Js. JIO and JX? per week, under new mi-,
agtment. yuXSK 8. KRJkASL lUc.
3 miles from St. LouU.
L. & N. R. R.
! Wasbinffton JlinepalSprings
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