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THE REPUBLIC: MOjSTDAY, JULYi 16. 1900.
Promptly and earnestly expressed.
Jas. A. Reardon, President of the
Reardon Glue Co., would not take
a thousand dollars for the good
EUPEPS1A TABLETS have done
St. Louis, Mo JulyS. 1900.
Qentlcmcn Three weeks ago I com
menced taking EUPEPS1A TABLETS,
and the first dose gave me Immediate
relief. From that time on I had no
symptoms of dyspepsia, and after tak
ing two weeks' treatment 1 considered
myself cured. The truth Is I would not
take a thousand dollars for the good
your medicine has done me. ,
No one but the sutlerlng ones can
realize what torture there Is In Imper
fect digestion. I now can eat just what
I desire. Yours very truly,
JAS. A. REARDOX.
EUPEPSIA TABLETS arc always
sold under an absolute guarantee
to effect a cure. AH druggists have
authority to refund your money if
they fall. Each box contains two
weeks' treatment, and will be sent
by mail on receipt of fifty cents in
postage if your druggist fails to
have them In stock.
CAUTION Take no substitute
for EUPEPSIA TABLETS. There is
nothing "Just as good."' Eupepsla
Company, 323 Clark Ave., St.Louis.
912-914 Franklin Ave.
Our new spring itock. We are offering 500 Frock
Cfcats at tl: 1.000 Frock Ccat and Vests, made by
tome of the best tailors la tie Unite! Statu,
which we ars -Killing to cUrpcsa cf from Jl.Ti to
15; also pacta II up.
Montr loaned on an articles of value: loweit
rate of Interest.
chari.. Mnd Jo tump for boekl.t. Dr. M. Hey Smith,
epecUlilt, Holland Buiulliif, lit N. Sr-tctS St, St. Lenta.
BEN BARNETT & CO.,
Q 607 PINE STREET.
JL A Monoy to Loon
Q (y OAT PERSONAL PROPERTY.
UNREDEEMED PLEDOES FOR SALB. Business
Allf1 Eczema, Tetter or any yln and
IIIIIL blood disease quickly cured. SU
ai.nll" rERFLUOL'S HAIRS. Warts.
nUll'1 Moles. Birthmarks, years. Tu
mors Qsts, etc.. permanently removed without
pain." Any deformity of the Mouth, Nose, Ears,
Lips, corrected by a. painless operation. U
Lepldns for the. Complexion. St Louis Drmato
logical Co.. J. Wehrly, M. D.. physician In
charge, 09 Cbamlcal building.
PCHWETER'R PENNSYLVANIA RYE. .(.
Bend 13.40 and receive by express, prepaid, four
fell quarts of this celebrated Whiskey, shipped in
plain package. Address John Schweyer & Co.,
Warehouse, C. E.. Ml W. Twelfth at.. Chlcasro.111.
THE Republic Is printed with rollers made by
C W. CHUTSINOErCNo. IS N. Second at.
j. r. farisk.
THE woman who misses going to Craw
ford's Store this week must have lost her
pocketbookll Let her borrow come other
woman's and go there, where she can soon
make up her lota.
DR. SIEGERTS Angostura Bitters are
recommended to friends who suffer with
Stabbed In a. Fight.
John Randolph, a negro living at No. 237
Washington avenue, aiid a negro known as
Leg Davis, fought at Twenty-second and
Gratiot streets early yesterday morning and
Davis stabbed Randolph In the back. The
City Hospital doctors say that the wound is
serious. Davis escaped.
Men's Worsted Trousers made to or
der for fG.OO IN OCR CUSTOM DE
PARTMENT. We make to order cood-nttlng-trousers,
with all of the many addi
tions demanded by fashion tarn up
at the bottom, smell seams, flaps to
pockets, etc., etc-, etc.
. YOUNG MEN are particularly- well
pleased by the attention which wo
Hire to the many details of FASH
lONABLE TROUSERS making;.
MILLS & AVERILL,
BROADWAY AND VISE.
Slashed by Former Friend.
Harry Behrtng- of No. 1214 St. Louis are
r.ue slashed William Edler of No. 1413 Mad
ison street across the cheek with a knife
in a fight at Fourteenth and Montgomery
streets about J o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The fight grew out of on old grudge.
The boys ore each 18 years old, and were
friends. Edler, after tho fight, walked to
the office of Doctor Edgar Washington. t
No. 8221 North Fifteenth street, who dressed
the wound and pronounced It serious but
nub iiTOWBiuui uum AJcutiuK was arrested
a short Urns afterwards by Sergeant Maher
and Policeman Verndon of tha Fifth Dls
trict. Ha will bo held pending appllcatio-i
for a warrant to-day. uoa
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
5m Fac-StatUs Wrapper Below.
FH C WITirATlO.
SjS?f frP-- .af-V 'Vffitf iVV sTt-SLSE
Tsar assail asst I
GAME TO LIFE,
Man Had Been Beaten Senseless in
Fight and Was Taken to
DROP OF WATER REVIVED HIM.
Astonished Officers by Asking
Them What Was the Matter,
hut Missed a Trip to the
To the consternation of the persons In tho
Fourth District Tollco Station yesterday
morning, tho supposed corpe of a negro
camo to life again through tho action of
Serseant Thomas Boyd, who accidentally
rpllled a few drops of water on its face.
AVhcn the presumed corpse arose and In
quired tih.it was the matter the men in
the station wiro thunderstruck.
Tha negro. George Neill, had been re
ported murdered, as the result of a terrible
beating ho received nbout the head, at tho
hands of Fred Camper of No. 1333 North
Sixth street In a fight at that place. Tho
supposed corpse was taken to the City Hos
pital after its startling resuscitation and
Superintendent NIetert discovered a serious
fracturo of the skulL
KeviU began a fight with Camper In front
of No. 1223 North Sixth street, where they
both live, and Camper was compelled to
use his club. 'When Sergeant Boyd arrived
he found one ntgro apparently dead and
another frightened almost out of his wit?,
because ho thought he bad committed mur
der. The supposed murderer was taken to tho
station, where he tonfessed. and shortly
afterward Sergeant Boyd brought In the
supposed dead man. The body was laid on
a tablo In the station. There was abso
lutely no indication of Hfi,
Sergeant McFarland. who is In charge- of
the Btatlsn. had made arrangements to
forward tho body to the morgue and was
gazing at the supposed corpse, whlla
Sergeant Boyd was washing hU hands
rear by. Boyd chanced to turn around
and as ho did so accidentally dashed soma
water on the face of tho corpse. He nnd
McFarland were astonished to seo tha
corpse open its eyes wide, wink and blink.
for a short space, and then gaze wonder
lngly at them. Then tho animated corpse
raised itself on its elbows and said, slow
ly: "What in tha Is the matter?"
Neither Boyd nor McFarland was able
to answer any questions for a short tlma
and every otflcer who came into the station
Inspected the lively corpse.
STOP TIMBER CUTTING.
Decision Made nt'Wewoka, I.
Affects Lumber Business.
Vlnlta, I. T.. July 13. Tho following is an
Important portion of Judge GIU's charga to
the United States Grand Jury at Wewoka,
which Is very Important to the peoplo of
tha Indian Territory and along the borders
of the Territory. The charge Is far-reaching
la Its effect and destroys the timber
Industry. The Judge sail:
"Every person who unlawfully cuts; or
aids, or is employed la unlawfully cutting
or wantonly destroys or procures to bo
wantonly destroyed any timber standing
upon the lands of the United States, which,
in pursuance of law may have been re
served for any purpose, or timber standing
upon any Indian reservation or of bands oc
cupied or belonging to any tribe of In
dians under tho authority cf the United
States, violates the law and should bo pun
ished, and the law upon this subject is tot
affected by the fact that tho person has
selected the land from which the timber is
cut for his allotment. It Is still unlawful
for him to cut and dispose of said timber
until tho land has been actually olloted to
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in
need of a laxative, and If tha father or
mother be costive or bilious, the most grati
fying rceulls follow Its use; so that It is
the best family remedy known, and every
family should have a bottle. Manufactured
by the CaUfomla Fig Syrup Co. Adv.
OLD INDIAN WOMAN.
Discovered by a Census Man Al
most Buried in the Woods.
Vlnita. I. T., July 15. A census enumer
ator on Little River, Cedar County, Choc
taw Nation. I. T., found a Choctaw In
dlan woman who is believed to be nearly
100 years old. Choctaw women, as a rule,
do not llvo to a great age. This woman
has abandoned her namo of Honitlma for
that of Nancy Jacob. She was living In an
old log cabin In a little field or clearing In
the woods, half grown up with underbrush.
Only a little trail half distinguishable In
pome places leads to her house. She said
she was a grown woman when she camo
with her trlbo In 1630 from MlaalssIppL Sho
was an old woman when the Civil War
broke out and made hanaha, an Indian meal
mada of corn, beans and other Ingredi
ents, for tha bovs who fought the "Fa
luma," as tho Indians called tho Yankees.
Ladles' Minute Repeating "Watches.
Flna gold cases, rings hours and minutes
on musical gong, J0 and UM. Mermod &
Jaccard'sk BROADWAY, cor. Locust st.
COTTON CROP INJURED.
Too Much Itain in Texas Retards
Development of Buds.
Texarkana, Tex., July 13. Constant rains
falling hera throughout tha week Just past
have proven to be an Injury to both cotton
and corn. The former plant needed drousht
to mold Its buds and strengthen the growth
and rain has also brought Insects. The
corn crops now maturing will bo retarled
Solid Gold Wedding; Ring.
Newest designs, C to 120. at Mermod &
Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust.
Thirteenth District Primaries.
PotosL Mo.. July IS. The standing of
the candidates for Cocsxess In the Thir
teenth Congressional District, where pri
mary elections axe being held, up to this
time Is as follows, at shown by oillclal re
turns: Honorable Edward Robb's majority
In Iron County, over Joseph N. Burks, Is
237: Burks carried Wayne County by nine
votes. Robb now leads in tha congressional
race by a majority of 221 votes. The next
primary will be held In Shannon County,
July 26; In Reynolds County, August 4, and
a general primary in the remaining eleven
counties on August 1L Robb's nomination
la being generally conceded.
The Two Eyes Xot Alike
In all cases, and different lenses are re-.
quired. Doctor Bond, expert optician at
Mermod & Jaccard's, Broadway and Locust,
examines each eye separately and fits them
accordingly. No charge for examination.
Steel frames, 11 and up; gold, 43 and up.
Texsu Stock Dytno- On.
Bonhom. Tex., July IS. Great numbers of
cattle and hogs In this county and adjoin
ing parts of the Territory ore dying from a
disease unknown to stockmen. Some pro
nounce It block, leg. The disease is most
prevalent among blooded and Imported
Vy ?--Ji-ra.---. ytfj-V.
OFFICERS ON TRAIL
OF ROBBER NELSON.
Detectives Traced the Desperado,
to Florissant, Whore He Hoard
ed the Wabash Train.
BULLET HOLE IN HIS HAT.
Headgear Ts Found in Possession
of a Negro Fugitive a Broth
er of Charles Wheeler
Assistant Chief of Tollce Plckcl and As
sistant Chief of -Detectives Smith, ac
companied by half a doicn detectives,
armed with riot nuns and revolvers, made
a midnight excursion into St. Louis County
nnd searched several houses and bams in
the vicinity of Brldgeton and FlorL-want
parly Sunday morning In fjuest of "Juck
Nelson." the WIckllffe.Ky., train roblwr. The
effort to locate him was futile, but con
siderable Information was obtained which
Chief Desmond thinks will result In tho
capture of the desperado.
It was also learned that "Jack Nelson"
Is Channlng Barnes, and that ho 13 a
brother of Charles Wheeler Barnes, his as
sociate in the train robbery, who is now
under arrest. The Barnes brothers formerly
lived In Austin, Tex., where their father
conducts a proiltablo grocer". Chief Des
mond last night obtained a written confes
sion from Charles W. Barnes, implicating
his brother and the Cairo prisoner. Conley,
and also learned whero tho valuable papers
stolen from tho express company' safe
In the party which scoured tho county
were Detectives Hagan and McCumpsey of
Chicago, Deputy Sheriff Osborno of St.Louis
County, and Detectives Kllllan. Murphy,
Woodilng, Teschemacher and Roberts. Rep
resentatives of all the dally newspapers ac
companied the officers.
The Search nescina.
The start was made from the Four Courts
at 10 o'clock Saturday night, and Florissant
was reached Just before daybreak. Every
officer In tha party was determined to cap
ture tho desperate train robber, dead or
Tho Natural Bridge road was followed
to tho Florissant Valley Clubhouse, which
Is Just beyond the city limits. There n stop
was made, and the negro guide explained
that it was at this point where Barnes,
alias Nobon. Jumped from the bed of the
wagon, exchanged hats with the nt-gro and
bade him good-by. The man then walked
west toward Brldgeton. He was seen In
that neighborhood Friday afternoon, and
passed Friday night In a barn near Fergu
son. rrom there ho was tracked to tho Wa
bash tracks, where it was learned he board
ed a westbound freight train.
Other information was obtained which the
police will not divulge, but they do not
hesitate to say that the capture of Barnes
is only n question of hours. Most of the
officers took up the trail at Florissant, and
have instructions to follow It.
The wagonette containing the police and
newspaper men was mtt at Brldgeton by
a negro boy named Bryance Woolfork, who
directed them to a bam on the farm of Her
man'Brockhous, one mile west of Ferguson.
The barn was surrounded and Detectives
Kllllan and Murphy, with drawn revolvers,
rushed in simultaneously from the north
and south entrances. It had been previous
ly agreed that. In ths event any one was
found, a signal should be given those guard
ing tho entrances, and a general rush should
Kllllan had Teen In the barn less than
one minute when the flaah from his bullseye
lantern revealed the form of a man
stretched at full length on the hay. He
signaled Murphy, and the two held a con
sultation. The guards and the newspaper
men on the outside rushed in. Detective
Kllllan covered the man with his revolver
and almost Instantly the sleeper awoke.
A Tramp In a Darn.
Uttering an exclamation of surprise which
resembled a shriek, he Jumped to his feet
and Implored them not to ehoot. Ho was
seized and taken ouUlde Into tho light, and
ua learnea mat ne was only u tramp
who had asked and obtained permission to
sleep In tho barn from Former Brockhous.
After this explanation had been given he
was twowea to return to nis bed or hay.
The other wagonette loaded with officera.
which had been driven over a different road
to Florissant, learned that Barnes had
boarded a freight train late Saturday night
and was not In the neighborhood. Olllcers
were detailed on his track, and at 5 o'clock
yesterday morning thoao who did not con
tinue the search drove back to St. Louis.
The cheap straw hat which Barnes wore
when he escaped from his Finney avenue
boaidlng-hccse Friday morning was ob
tained from tho negro to whom ho had
given it. There was a bullet hole through
the crown. Evidently he had carried It in
his hand while running through the alley, as
the bullet entered from the inside.
Chief Desmond received information last
night from San Francisco that Barnes had
been sentenced to thirty yearj' lmprlton
ment In California for complicity In a train
robbery near San Quentln. He escaped while
out on bond pending tho consideration for a
For more than an hour last night a rep
resentative of Tho Republic talked with
Charles . Barnes In the holdover at tho
Four Courts. He Is gradually weakening,
and the mental strain which he has been
subjected to In the last few days has had
a e",ln5 cftect on his nenous system. Ha
talked freely of the ri bcry and of the
plans .laid In St. Louis. He denied that
Barnes, alias Nelson, was his brother, bat
said they were cousins, and avowed that
Nelson, as he called him. Induced him to
go into tho robbery and promised him a
large thare of the proceeds In liquidation
of a debt of several hundred dollars
Barnes declared that they got less than
11.500 from the express company safe, and
that two packages of money, one contain
ing J700 and the other H00. were lost. He
received but 130 as his share. Nelson the
He denied all knowledge of Nelson's Cali
fornia penitentiary sentence. Barnes lost
his nervo several times during the Interview
end wept bitterly when he spoke or his
wife, who departed last night for her Cali
fornia home. He declared tht ho would bo
unable to stand the terrible strain of con
finement and would die In Jail before hia
case was called in court.
Chief Picket and several detectives re
turned from Florissant and found a mes
sage from the Chicago detectives, statin?
theV Werft Onlr thrrt hnnr fw1,rwl -i
and that his capture was but a question of
a few hours.
BARNES BOYS' HISTORY.
Father Is a Prominent Grocer in
Austin, Tex.. July IS. Channln B. Barnes
and his brother. Charles W. Barnes, wno
are under arrest in St. Louis, chnrged with
robbing the Illinois Central train at May
flcld. Ky.. were born and raised in Austin.
Their father Is a promtient grocer of thN
city, and stands high In business and social
Channlng left here about twelve years
f?0' bl&.h-is bccn hcre frequently sicca
then. The last bis former friends rnd ac
quaintances here heard of nlm wa that he
was In California. It was reported here
!ai ? waa Implicated in bank robbery in
that State and had been convicted end sen
tenced to a long term in the renitentlary.
Charles is the younger and left here a
few years ago. His whereabouts since then
are not known to his parents and acquaint
ances hero. The father of the alleged rob--,e".w5s..eaIj6?
von tnIs evening and
Asked If ho had any statement to maka
c0.?frn,,n thj Hr.e,t of his sons. He said:
-1.2 &no!r notAln? ot Channlng since he
was In Mexico. We have spared no expense
or care In rearing our children as far as
education, religious, moral and bwlncss
fftS'JI8,w.0U', K- AH 'oat toni parents
could lavish on their children to make them
son1' worthy citizens we have done.-'
Mr. Uarnes. the father, was for many
iii . "V ii kmauoau, ami naa
charge of the delivery department of the
Western Union In that city;
pining cars and sleepers.
St, Louis to Buffalo. New York and Boston.
Three trains a Oajr via Big Four. "u,"un-
.'rfr p ,iX'..i'l-Jr.i&-.-.'X'-.
Lowtit-Prked Iloute la America tor Fine Qoodt.
Ice Cream Sets
J6TA rare opportunity to secure a fine set at reduced prices from
a responsible house, where, if you break one of the pieces, it can be
replaced at any time.
Mermod & Jaccard's,
Write tor CeUlorue, 3000
Eaxrevlox -Mellea Free.
ICE WAGON TEAM
IN OBSTACLE RAGE.
Ran Away on Levee, Boarded
Barges and Jumped Over Cap
stans and Cables.
DRIVER DANGEROUSLY HURT.
Thrown From the Vehicle and nis
Skull Was Fractured Horses
Caught While Trying to
Walter Unrnhe, 63 years old, a teanwttr
for the Elscmayer Coal Company of No. 317
South Fourth street, was perhaps fatally
Injured yesterday morning In a runaway on
the Lovee. Doctor Nletert, Superintendent
of the City Hospital, sold last night after
Unruhe'a badly fractured skull bad been
trephined, that his condition was Very strl
ous. Unruho was sent by his employers to get
a wagon load of ice frcm the Ht-so &
Loomls Company's barge at the foot of
Spruce street. Hl3 vehicle was a heavy
Ice wagon, and tho team was a strong,
well-broken pair of animals. Shortly after
Unruho started down the hill to tho Levco
bis team became unmanageable and started
to run. Just after crossing tho railroad
tracks the wagon struck a pile of lumber
and Unruho was thrown from the seat. His
head struck a cobble stone, and la was
The team continued directly toward the
south approach ot barge NoJ of the Wiggins
Ferry Company, which Is moored at the
foot of Valentine street and about
twenty feet from the shore. With
out halting they ran up this approach,
turned when they got on the barge, and.
stUI going at a gallop, draggrd tne heavy
wagon over piles of rope and between cap
stans and other obstructions for the full
length of the barge to tho apron at tho
north end. Then they turned ruddenly ui.d
ran to the shore, where they turned north
Both horses tripped over a heavy rope
and chain that Is used to hold the Wiggins
barga to the rhore,
but they scrambled up
.pqln ..1 il'afftffntr th u-a pnn nv.r ihren
-."" " "" 00 - -.--
or four similar ropes, ran to tho south apron
. K U.tc A. I .nnmla haa TtlAV Ht-
tomnu.il in Inmri unon thl ooron: but It
was too high from the ground at that
point and they stumbled. Before they could
regain their feet some teamsters on the
Huso & Loomls boat caught them. They
wero unhitched and taken on ths targe,
where a number of horses are quartered.
Meantime several persons had gathered
about L'nruhe. Ho was unconscious, with
blood streaming from an ugly gauh on the
left side of his head. He was taken In nn
ambulance to the City Hospital, where a
fracture, extending several inchta above his
left ear. was found. Unruho lives at No.
301 South Broadway.
The horses were uninjured, and the wagon
was only slightly damaged.
Oar 93.00 Hoc of Stationery.
13) sheets of our "Vassar Violet" or "Sago
Green" writing paper, and 130 envetopes to
match, the latest fashionable tints, stamped
with 2 or 3 letter monogram. In colors or
gold. MERMOD & JACCARD'S,
Broadway and Locust.
WnttOT Eonplt: MatttJ fre.
ZINC AND LEAD ORE.
Increased Bales Last Week and
Higher Price for Zinc.
Joplln. Mo., July 15. The zinc ore output
last week was nearly double that cf Fourth
of July week, and was several carload3
larger than the sates, which aggregated
4UM tons. Tho lncreaso was caused by tha
restarting of a number of mills, wmen naa
been Idle from one to five weeks, occasioned
by the advance of H to 22 a ton for the
ore. It Is reported that many more mills
will be restarted this week and further ln
creaso the output beyond the demand.
The Delia 8. sine ore at Webb City was
reported by the owners told at 23 a ton,
but the purchasing agent does not confirm
the claim. Chitwood ore. on the property
of the United Zinc Company's land In
Joplln, sold above $27 a ton, on an assay
basis, the ore assaying over t2 per cent
zinc The basis was 25 tor CO per cent, with
a raise of 1 for tach 1 per cent Increase.
Lead oro was 22.C0 a ton lower, selling ull
week at 113.60. . ,
The als were 1M tons of zinc and fifty
tons of lead more than tho preceding week,
and the value wag J9.W9 larger. Compared
with the corresponding weeit of last ear.
last week's sales Weie 672 tons of zinc oro
and twenty-nine tons of lead ore less. Zinc
oro then sold at ..-" " -u via u. u a
ton. and the value of tint week was S&.375
more than last week.
Following are the sales from tracts of
land owne3 or controlled by tho companies
and Individuals named for the week end
ing July 14, 1SO0:
UnltOd Z. COS S30.6 20.230
Continental 242140 1.140
Oranby M. & B. Co 223,100 43.630
Mlrsourl L, 3c 7.. CO 222.3?) M.770
John Jackson !5-5?i i;-;ts
Bronkfleld - 101.310 21.4)
Joplln-Cripple Creek 102.140 4,170
Perry Lease 1.W 46.20)
Oolorado-JopUn .3j ......
lJ. Belle .
Triad M.tro t.wo
Independence 62.540 ......
Bailey & Btlckney 5K) ......
Bex Mining Co 44.1M ,6
Jarkson Junior ..... ........ 3,2 ......
Chicago Sludgs Co 2W.140 "-
North Heights Jl'Js
Middlesex .... ...-. -J.) ......
Warren Bros...... .... Jl?0 ...
Bay Bute J)''
Muncia Mining Co 2,si ;;:
Joplln Prospect 2J.S30 1,330
Olaie A Lswls J.063 ....
Klrkbrids .- 1J.J1? 8.070
Bob MOOTS 2dg. CO........ ...... 11.20 ....
Roaring Springs .... - 10,960 ......
seneca .... ...... ................ &.400 .
George Jack - 5.-?? ......
Gilchrist Porter J.-"0 9.4.0
Hpurgeon - f.2S0
Budwelser 5.43) 1.430
R. B. Cnolmcmdeley 6.32) ....
Wm. Meece- J,p) 4.SO0
Ft. Paul 2.710 S.130
Mahaska J.CJ 2.iW
Busxard .... . ...... 2,030 ......
A Number One ................ .... 40,4)
O'Keefe .... ............ ... 13,$i0
Yale & O'Brien 14.360
tonard Land I'MM
Ieeper Mining Co .4
Met onnell ......... J-.24.)
Reding A Clark 4.070
Emery ... .., . s.12)
Cor. LOCUST ST.
A rarely beautiful high-grade set of 13
pieces 12 plates and serving platter
decorated in a lovely pattern of roses,
festoon border, plain gold edge, hand
some medallion center of roses; the set
(Other sets at S11.D0, 13.50 and up to 853.00.)
Ilasner & Carll
lleckr Fharp ,
Sundry salen .. ..
Total ral 2,;s0.7 tii 3W
Zinc value Gs.'M: lead JD.m. Total JJS.&.J.
Missouri xlno fleldi JtlSTs
Iaey & Ron 121.3J)
Eleventh Hour id.:,
Boston Gt Thr 3.w
Kan Mlnlrjr. Company 60.TW
E. X. Terry ...... ........
M. & M. Co.
I'orto Itlco :...
Eldorado ....... ..... ........
J. M. Burgher
SB.8S1; lead value. Ji.CJ.
South S'de 227.34
Ualrna L. & SS 11X"
Meredith Bros W.SM
Noble & Donahue K7,IV)
Ctotsto Crusher Corn-Any 7.2t)
llo. z. & L. Con. CD. 7h&
M. L. Smith ..
(.ClllWall ............ .............
Bonanza ..... .. ..
Clary & Bnults
Illinois Lead and Zinc Company
New York Zinc Ctorcpany
Clement ........ ...... .........
John I'offe . ...
Cristal .... ........ .............
J. r-'ergueon .., ...... ....
Mevens Bros. ..... .......
l.lnton &- Jarker
C liencle ........ ...............
American ............ .... ...... ...
Merrlmac .... .. ............
O. C Monlux
Burt Stair ...
McCUnn ...... ...... ...............
E. Tobias (Iiuckhorn)
bundry sales ... ....
Zins taiue. :S.CC:
lead value, S1.20L
Wevmann b Mc4Joncr..
Rrounlte & Co
i Ik .................... ....
Total sales 432.300
Zinc. 15,144; lead. t!23. Total. JC.0U.
' SFrtni er-Pare 143.110
A r On..
Lead Hill ...
V. atucksr ..
Eundry sales .
ii V. Noble..
Ztic. tS.CSJ; lead. JIM. Total.
. tJrtnby Co. land:
oror.ogo z. C. Co ."..
oa wm :;:;;
Zinc JC.42J: lead. Va. Total'.
. , AURORA.
United Zinc Co ';
Julia West ...
Sundry sales ,
load. 14SJ. Total, r.661.
lad! VkV: tota.ri2.12s.
Total sales "
Zinc. HC-0; lead, 134; total. 2434.
May Mining Ox.
Pleasant Valley :""
Star Mining Co M,4W
Kansas Cltr 43.15-,
lSw York-Sootla ... ! t
Aunt pauy .....i:::. ..
xctal sales ,,.
Zinc. P7U: lead. 2300; total. OIL
To,t.aI ?. I)95
Zlno. 12,210; lead. 1540: total. 21.710.
Ephlrx , 193 000
Zinc. J2.t4i ' -
Total sales , .2os.10 a a
Zlne. 233.286; lead. n.rg; total. 11I7.62L
In Onr Basement Salesrooms.
Lovttt rrieee in Amt rial for Fbu Qoodt.
CHINA CUTS AND SAUCERS from tg per
doz. to 2SS per doz. Sea them at Mermod &
Jaccard's; BROADWAY and Locust.
Engine and Caboose Burned and
Engineer Badly Hurt.
Jacksonville. III., Jaly li Two freight
trains collided on the Chicago and Alton
road near here this morning. Train No. 1
stopped at the Stock Yards, and on account
of a curve the engineer of the second train
could not atop in time to keep his engine
from crashing into the caboose ahead ot
him. The caboose and engine rolled down
an embankment and were burned. Eight
cars wcra damaged and Engineer Lewis had
his collarbone broken. Seven hours Were
required to clear the track.
Mysterious Death at Hannibal.
Hannibal, Mo.. July 15. Frank Neseli
helner, an employe of the Burlington shops,
died suddenly Sunday night. The Indica
tions were that death was the result cf
morphine poisoning. Coroner McCollough
was notified and took charge of the body.
A Jury was Impaneled this morning and
investigation has been In progress all day,
but no arrests havs a ysv. ftccii mada.
i'g.gltig ,iTv ;
The filler is a combination of High Grade
Havana and Domestic Tobaccos.
They are appreciated by critical smokers because
this mixture produces the mild Havana aroma taste
without the depressing effect of heavy all Havana
Price, $2.25 per 100.
SCUDDER-CALE GROCER CO.,
PETER HAUPTMAN TOBACCO CO.,
Distributers, St. Louis.
Marcus Fcder, Cleveland, O., Manufacturer.
ST. LOUIS TWIE.
ST. I.OCIS TIME.
Arrivals anil flepartnre-s of Trains at
Dally. JSunday only.
tDally except Sunday. Saturday only.
ItSAturday and bunuay "Dally except Saturday.
only. ItKxcept Monday.
A I It LIXE.
LOUISVILLE. EVANiJVILLE AND 8T. LOUIS
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Louis Ulo Extre Centralis,
Mount Vernon. Mount Oar-
mel. Prlncctn, Iulsvllle,
Washington, Philadelphia and
.Ntvr York 1,Min 'siCOpri
Mm,nt Vernon Accommodation 1S2S pm 1S:lZam
Louisville Limited, to Louis
ville. Wa.hlnirton. Baltimore,
Philadelphia, and New York.. JilSpm S:0fl pra
LAKE SHORE. NEW TOHK CENTRAL AND
HUDSON RIVER. BOSTON AND ALBANY
AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Inclanapolts Exprers t7:uiam S:30pm
New York and Boston Limited. i:ul ant :4J pm
Knickerbocker Special New
York. Boston. Washington.
Baltimore and Pnllade!ph!a..-12: am :4S pm
AUcn Uivms itlO pm It M pra
-V.attoon and Alton Accommo
dation - 1420 pm t5'-Wara
Bc.t'.n. New Yor. Cincinnati.
Vitshlasion. Baltimore. Phll-
adelpnla S.-06 pm T-Jltin
Alton Leaves -IM) a. m.. 5:43 p. m. Arri.es
lew) a. m.. 'l p. n.
b. Jt o. s-w n. it.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Cincinnati. Louisville. Wash
ington. Baltimore, l'hiladrl
rhu and New York Express -2:15 am 12:4V) pm
Cincinnati. Louis, llle. I'ttts
burg. Washington. Balti
more. Philadelphia and New
York Fast Mali '1:03 pm ?:) am
Cincinnati Accommodation ... 17:16 am t7:23 pm
Cincinnati Louisville, lifts
burg. Waehlngton, Balti
more. Philadelphia and New
York Royal Blue Limited.... S: am (.55 pm
Flora Accommodation t5:5) pm ts2 am
Flora, Accommodation p.:55 ra 210:32 am
West Biden and Frecch Lick
Springs, via Mcncn Route .. 123ua 8:55 pm
nURLIGTO.V nOLTE ST. L., K. AND
. Vf. It. R UXIOX STATIO.V.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
ror iiannioai. it. a m, j.
points. Qulncy. Keokuk and
4:SS am C:5 nm
Ical to Hannibal 'T.'-A am D:2) cm
For Qulncy and North 17:50 am t:S pm
For be raul. Minneapolis, via
East Side lines. Illinois and
Wlrconsln 3 1 am 'ita. pm
"The Burllngton-Northern Pa-
clSe Express." for Knnas
City. St. Jr.ph. Northwest
Nebraska. Black Hills. Wyo-
l'uget Sound. Portland and
regnn .. -930 am
"The Twin City Express." for
Minneapolis, au i-auj ana
Iowa '1:K pm 2:lSpm
The "Netraskaclorada Ex
press." for Denver. Colorado.
Vtah and Paclf.e Coast, via
St. Joseph 2:01 pm 3 pro
Iocal to Burlington 7:40 pm S:39am
For Northern Iowa, Ft. Paul
and Minneapolis 1M ia 7:1 am
For Kansas City. Omaha. Ft.
Joseph. Denver. Nebraska.
tilorado Utah and 1'aclna
Coast: also Northwest -t :45pm 7 :13 am
For Illinois, via East Slds line
to Rock Island 9ia pm 1: am
For Dnbuiue and La Cross e-S:50 pm 116:40 am
Lt-al from Hannibal ll:00 am
For Alton Leave 7:50 a. m., dally: 221 a. ra..
dally; 110 a. m.. dally; 1:34 p. m Saturday
only; 3.00 p. m.. except Saturday and Bunday:
5) p. m.. except Sunday: i-Jil p. m.. dally; 7:40
p. ra.. daily: S0 p. m.. dally.
CHICAGO AND ALTOX.
Train. D-part- Arrive.
Alton Limited for Chicago SS5 am Hiipm
CMcago "Palace Express" :0Opm 7asm
Chicago "llldnlght Special".. . Ul:31 pm Kiil mm
Chicago "PralrlB State" Ex- ,
prfl ............................ 13:P1 pm Spns
FrrlngflelJ Accommodation .... 5:05 pro 10a4 am
Kansas City Vestlbuled Llm-
lted 10:10pra Tsm
Kansas nty Iar Exore 'S :00 am a2pni
Jacksonville Accommodation... t5:0S pm 110:54 am
rniU and St. Paul Express. ...I2:01 pm 7:2 am
CUICAtiO, I'EOltIA AND ST. LOUIS
IL4ILWAV (C P. t ST. L.)
Train. . Depart. Arrive,
Alton. Clifton Tarract and
Graf ten 14:03 am tllsm
Feorla. I'ekln and spruttmeia
Grafton nnd Chautauqua..
Alton. Clifton Terrace
Alton Clifton Terrace
Alton. Clifton Terrace
Alton. Clifton Terrace
14:56 pm 10 5 sm
nrftnn sn fThaUtauaUS...
Alton. Clifton Terrace and
t:45 pm tttSSpra
Ton-do and New York Express s-,12 am
Toledo and New York Express 7:15 pm
LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAT.
litam 4 pm
Cotton Belt Express
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Valley Park Accommodation.. 17:10 am 1 10:50 am
Valley park Accommodation.. tM am 13:15 am
Valley Park Accommodation.. t9:00 am 11:25 pm
Texas and Kansas Mail, for
Crtha6i. Joplln. Wichita.
Arkansas City. Oklahoma.
Dallas. Oalvcston and Fort
Worth ................... S:45 am sflaopra
Valley Park Accommodation.. tl:30 pm 16:45 am
Paciao Accommodation 21:10 pm 110.23 am
Valley 1'ark Accommodation.. t6:30 pm 5as pm
Pacllta Accommodation .154pm T7:45am,
Valley Park Accommodation.. 7:10 pm J7M pm
Aex&s ..iiuiveu 1 1 vauuuicr, itr
Eureka Fprlnge, Fort Smith.
1'arts, Dallas. Greenville, En-
els. Corslcans, Austin. San
Artonla. Houston ard Gal-
veston Silpm 7:20 am
Western Express, for Vlnlta,
Oklahoma, Carthage, Joplln.
Wichita. Burton and the
West O.-OOpm r7-2Sara
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Northern Illinois Express, "
Lltchnetd, Springfield. Free
port and Dubuque nstsm "7:45 rai
Chicago DayUgbt. Special U:so Dm -i-M t. "
Chicago "Dlamord Special" .. J:io ra 7a4 inJ
Fprtngfleld Accommodation ... 4:15pra 10'46am
SOUTHERN LINES. i"-wm
New Orleans Fast Mall. Cairo.
Memphis. Jackson. Term., and
Texas Bxpre .ISIam 7:2tDra
New Orleans Special Cairo.
Memphis and New Orleans.. 1:0! pm S.l nm
Marlon. Cairo. Sparta and
Chester ......................... 1445 pm 111:22 ra
Marten and Crea! Springs ... 4:SSpra Hd3am
New Orleans Limited. Cairo. m
Memphl-t, New Orleans; Dixie
Flyer. Nashville. Atlanta and
Jacksonville. Fix. t:44pm 7 :16 am
Their Strike at Houston, Tex., Be
Houston. Tex.. July 15. The strike of
the telephone girls took on a more serious
aspect to-day. This morning a number of
strikers sympathize congregated around
the Exchange building, and when Manager
Thomas of the exchange arrived he was
attacked, he says, ty members of the
crowd. Mr. Thomas fired his pistol Into the
A.P.I V..,. ..A A, . 1...K,. .
UM. mu ut.c nds uuru xnomOS W3S
afternoon a young man. who
CASTOR I A fettMstiMta,
Texas Fast Ial! to Little
Koclc Texarkana. Dallas.
Fort Worth and Abilene 3:05 am -7:23 ess
Delta. Columbus and Cairo Ex-
press 3:00 am 1 35 Dm
Fast Day Express. Hot Springs.
Dallss. Fort AVorth Austin.
San Antonio. Houston and -l
Galveeton 21pm t-JSfta J
Texas. Mexico and California ii
Special Dallas, Fort Worth. -
El Paso. Los Angelas. Gal- M
veston. Fan Antonio and La- S
.redo S:lJpm 7J5ata s
Memphis and Hot Springs Ex- Jt
pre-ji 8:27pm 1M sra 9
L. & X.
Fast Mall. Evansvllle. Nh-
vllle. Ulrmlneham. Mont
gomery. Chattar.ocga. At
lanta. Macs Charleston. 8.
C: Mobil-. New Orleans and
Jacksonville. Fla. J:7S am 7U pta
Mount Vernon Accommodation '5:00 pra :CS ars)
Southern Express to Evans
vllle. Nashville, Birming
ham. Mobile. New Orleans.
Palatka. Oeala and St. Pe
tersbnrr. Fla lapis faWsra
L., II. A ST. L. RV. (Henderson Ronte.)
Train. Dessrt. Arrive.
Ftat Mill Owensboro. Clorer-
Iort. Louisville and tbe Eait 1.-J$ am 7U(pa
Es.tem Express Owenshoro.
Cloverport, Louisville and tha
Last S:t5 pm 7J0agi
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Traln. Derart. Arrlvs.
Fast Mall .CMnniasipa
Local Exprers ,.6sm "tiOOpsa.
Karsas citv. Ft. Jcserh. Oma
ha and Southern Kansas Ex-
piess 5.-C0tua f:lJpra
vossingTon accommonauon... t d pm Tl
S-. Jiwi h JoDlln. Wb-htt and
Kxnsas Limited, dally. s:10pm THH
Ktrsas and Colorado Expres.10:10 pm 7:10
treve, Cflp IJllr. train. 1..VA TTnfon fit!
at 60 a. m.. 9:15 a. m. ttlSO p. m.. ai,
m..7!0p. n. -
Leave vandeventcr avenue at 112 :J p. n.
Oak Hill trains leave Union Station at 16:48 a.
ro.. "10:10 a. m.. JIS4 p. m. and t:U p. m.
Kirks, ol trains leave Union Station at f7:0.
m.. tlsr p. m.. J1S0 p. m.. ti p. m.
LeLve Vandeventer Avenue Station at TU341
Dally. tExrept Sunday. JSunday only.
MOBILE AND OHIO.
Southern Special l2s am
wet India Flyer S :00 pm
-aiurrnrsooro. sarta. cnesier
and Percy Accommodation... 1439 pm tll:2S am
M., K. A T.
Train. Dermrt. An-trs.
Jefferson City. Colorado. S-
caua. Clinton. Fort Scott.
Parsons and Indian Territory
Exprees 9:15am Jrtlpnr
Fo-t Worth, Dallas Waco.
Taylor and Austin Expre-s.. '3:14 pra 7:41ara .
Fort Worth Dallas. San An-
tnto and Galveston Express, jas sal tripos
Stdalla. Nevada. Fort Bcott
and Denlson Express 3 :16 pm Mlaia
ST. LOUIS AND IIAXSIDAL.
Mall and Express
Mall and Express
t7:10 am $11:10
. t57 pm
ST. LOUIS-PEORIA L1XE.
(See C. P. St. L)
ST. L. K. C t C. R. R.
"ST. LOUIS LJNE."
Train. Depart. Arrrrs.
Union Express (dally) 4:40 pm 1:3$ am
Creva Coeur (Sunday only) .... 9:2) am l:!4pn
Creve Coeur (Sunday cnly .. 6:0) am 75 am
Cres Cbeur (Sunday only).... 15pm 6:56pra
ST. LOUIS MEHCIIAJiTS- RRIDGE TER
MINAL RAILWAY SUBURBAN TRAI.f
Es rt bound Leaves Eighth and Gratiot Streets
Except Sunday. 4:20. :1. 7:37. (at. 10.-05, 1131
a. m.; 120. i:m, z:s, . b:l. 64. s:a p. m.
Saturday and Sunday only 11:41 p. m. Sunday i
only-64. 1M. 1:12 a. m.; il pTm.
Leave Washlnrton Ave. Except Sunday. 4:14.
tat. 7:41. S:55, loss. il:2J a. m.: 12 3. l-.U. 2:50.
4:04. 8:14. 63. tM p. m. Baturday and Sunday
nly 11:45 p. m. Sunday only 4:27. 7JS. 10U5 a.
m.: 6:25 p. rn.
We.tbound Leaves Granite City Except -Sunday.
8:15. 7. 3:14. :2S. 10:43 a. m.: 1:10. 1:11. s3
4:33. 6:44. 5:53. 7:12. 9-17 p. m. Saturday only 4J4)
s. m. ounuay oaiy d:o. v ae a. m.:
Leave uadlson Erxcep
92. 10:46 a. ra.: 1:1
p. ra. Saturday onlv 4:5
6:41 a. p.: 1:07. 4:04 p.
.. 2:40 am
20 end 21. New
York. Phi ladelthla.Baltlmore
ana asmngtnn special
Indianapolis and New York
3:44 am :4pni
uocai ...... .... ...
New York limited ia0pra
Petoskey sad Mackinaw Lim
ited ...... .... ...... ........ l:M pm '
1 lias pas
loiumaa aoa .usiern taprsss 1:13 ata 1:13 pm
..uu.11. AccunuQDU.iKm . ,yonn SU6 1
Indianapolis and New York
Express 11:25 pm :40pm
Fast Mall j:4o am 1:44 sra
Conltnental Limited Detroit.
Torlc and Roatim 4im T.-cm.
Toledo. Detroit, Niagara Falls, "
Buffalo. New York and Bos
ton Express 1M pm "Ta am
'wu, .cn iui. wia iMjvwa
Fast Mall 2:45 am 2:
Midnight Limited Detroit.
nuffalo. New York and Bos- -4F
ton .. ..... 110 cm 20 sfn
JO am S:tS pm
Banner Exm-ess Chlcsi-a 8?4a am et-xi nm
Banner Limited Chicago. -:ts pra 7:lf am
Midnight United-Chicago....!!:) pm 1UA am
Fast Mall CMcago 2:45 am ..........
Kansas City Line.
Kansas Cltr Express 9:.S am 60pm
Kansas City Fast Mall 1:1S pm 1:50 am
Kansas City Limited 10:15 pm )am
Train. Depart. Arrlvs.
Csnnon Ball Omaha 1.30 pm 7:0O sm
Otturawa and Des Moines Ex
press 1:12 am :Oipm
Otturowa and Des Moines Lim
ited 1:30 pm 6:50 sm
West Moberly. Kansas City
and 1'attonsburg Local 845pm 11:10 am
Moterlv Local 6:05 pm 11:10 am
East Decatur Local t4.rs pm U. am
Decatur Local (Sunday only).. 6:15 pm
From Union Station
Ft. Charles ttl-30 pra ttlB pm
Klnloch Park ...... .......... t6:lS pra .........
Ferguson ...... 2:4S pm 4 pra
Ferguson ........ .40 pm 5:40 pro
Fergu'Cn tl. sra
Ferguson ...... 210:22 am
Ferguson (Thursday only).... 11:30 pm 13:50 pm
Ferguson ttilO pmtl'.tM in
fiuni wi.? .inn o.aiion
Nt. cnanei ......
,11:90 am 1-30 pm
.. 15:40 pm T7UJJ am
... Niltpm 9:lam
..6:43 am 16:10 pra
, 2:6a am t: am
. las pm 10: am
.. 23:45 pra 19:2$ pm
.. 160 pm 30 pm
had escorted one of the new telephone)-'
Kins 10 ine exenange. was attacKea ana
severely ceaten shout the head and faca.
Get Oar Estimate oa Palntlns;.
Jas. S. Dowllng & Co.. house and sign
S-tintuiK. u fTansuin avenue, 'inone.
Transit Employe Attaefcett.
Charles Harris of No. 4428 Finney avenue,
a conductor for the St. Louis Transit Com
pany, got Into a fight with a crowd ot men
at the corner of Jefferson avenue and
Chestnut street at 230 o'clock yesterday
morning. He attempted to draw his re
volver to defend himself, but was disarmed
by his opponents. Harris desired their ar
rest, but could furnish no clew to the
tLV., 4f.. "- , ,- . J-,t1i