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THE BEPUBLIC: TUESDAY. AUGUST 28. 1900.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS.
ADVERTISEMENTS KK 1111-
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
IfOR BALD CS18 HussoU nvc.. near Sprinc. on
inonthlv raTnenu; brand-new two-stoiy tock
brlck front house of S moms, hall. lith and
water clopet, slate roof, furnace; lot 2.125 feet
to alley: hardwood oak floors and iicture mold
lcr: terms. J201 cash and J30 per month.
KEEL.EY & CO.. 1113 Chestnut St.
FOR SALE 4353 Labadle ave.. one Mock
of Tavlor ave., or Macnolia Terrace On
inonthlv -layments. nice two-story stock-brici
front house of 6 rooms, reception hall, bath, hot
nd cold water, pood cellar; lot 235.160 feet.
Terms 1200 cash and $20 per month, lor Keys
and price see
; KEELEY & CO.. 1113 Chestnut St.
KEXNETT riace. JS20 Two-story and man
aard. containing 11 rooms; In po.d crder; pnee
SUEKRIJAX REAL ESTATE.
' A BEALTirUL tract of lanl. 110 acres, west of
city, at one-half Us value Mill tell ttte acres
and up. Lydlk. 102-- Franklin ave.
FOR SALE-On monthly pajTcents. nice new
IVi-story frame cottnge of four rooms, with lot
Mxl32 feet: situated one block fiom Sutton Ma
tion, on Pacific R. R.. and two blocks from
3Japlewood Station, on Suburban; terms, Jlw
B t.-e-1-t T-- M. Crt 1113 Chestnut St.
FAIU1S FOR SALE.
FOR SALE 230 acres on crek. ndjolnlnp Knob
14ck: 200 acres cleared and fenced; 2-story
brie house. 3 barns, plenty water. Inquire of
8. T. Ilremner. Knog Lick. 3Jo.
COUNTRY" REAL ESTATE.
FOR Sale or Trade House and threo lots In
Litchfield. 111.; also 160 acres timber land. l:i
nulre 2131 "Walnut st.
REAL ESTATE CARDS.
LOVE & SOHS. Real Esiafe.
Loan money at very lowest rate and cot to
borrower. xotariea and conveyancers. J. K.
LOVE. Expert on Real lULt. Valaes. 2J i. tn.
MONEY TO LOAN.
OX REAL ESTATE.
MOXEY to loan on real estate seeurity at cur
rent ratea. L. S. UKoTHEl.Tur-.
417 l'lne st.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
On city property: quick answer and prompt cloa
TX llAYDEL REALTY CO.. 109 X. Seventh at.
To Loan We have J1.0O0. J2.000. 3.0-J0. KO00.
J5.0M. 16.VJ0, 37,00-3. 1-,0jO. 9.000. SU.OjO. J13.
m) J20.0O0. 125.0U0 and 150,000 to loan at o per
cent Interest, on extra good security; St. Louis
tlty Improved real estate only.
KEELEY & CO., 1113 Chestnut st.
OX PERSONAL PROPERTY.
APPLICATIONS for loans on household goods
receive our prompt attention. Xew l'ork Finance
Co.. 20.-S-9 Odd Fellow a" bids.. 9th and Olive.
JOHX W. STALEY. 91S Pine, room 2U. negotl.
tea 133 to 1500 lounn on furniture: low rates;
term of payment to ault borrower: conndcnllaL
MOXHY to loan on furniture, pianos and other
food securities; on easy lenns: business sjrictly
cocaaentlal. At lbOI Morgan -.
THE Fidelity Brokerage Company. 91th Ollvt
rt., makes loanB on furniture at lowest posslbla
ratea; easy payments; no extra charge.
Montr to loan In any amount on all kltula of
.reraonal property. Bargains la unredeemed
912 FRANKLIN AVE.
MONEY furnished salaried people and retail
jnerchants without security; easy payments. Tol
tnan. room SOL 211 X. Seventh sU
STORAGE AND -MOVING.
AMERICAN StorRge and Moving Company,
231i Olive St. Packing, shipping, storage, sep
arate rooms. Teh Slain 331, W. H. Langdale.
A POSTAL to William W. Portman, bonded
farehouae, 4427 llarearetta ave., for low pricia
en moving, packing, shipping or storage. TeL
BONDED Warehouse Hy. C.
and Moving Company, 1.12-16
money ' advanced when desired.
Kinloch C 9.3.
F. H. PORTMAN. Storage. Moving, Packir-.g
and Shipping Co.. St. Louis and Last St, Louis.
Kin. D 1-847 Bell Tyler a3A Otllce.JtOlCass
LINDELL MOVING CO.. Taylor and Finney
vs!, will move furniture carelully and prompt
ly at lowest rates. I'hone Llndell C9.
EW YORK Storage Company, office. 311
Union Trust hulldlng-Move. pack, ship, store
nne lurniture in iintn.g .m.. .-... ........
RELIABLE Storage, Packing and Moving urn
rany Lowebt rates; mothproof looms. 4.10 and
Easton ave. I'hones Bell 10T1A, KliS.lD.
i KOUTH Side Storage and Moving Co.. 1901. 1903
and 390- Sidney st. Teh Sidney 245.
ABSOLl'TELY FIREPROOF New
warehouse, liranu anu -acieu
area., for the safe-keeping of lur-
Diture, pianos, trunks, valuables, boxes, etc:
careful moving, packing, chipping, etc. Money
advanced. Consign goods to our care. Estimates
tree. Get our rates. I'hones C SJC. C 1493.
R. U. LEONORI. JR.. & CO.. 1219-21 Olive st.
BIG Reduction Fifty rolls while blank paper
for 1.25; one and two band border, lOo a roll.
Hummell Wallpaper Co.. 3C06 X. Broadway.
I TVILL furnish good Quality rapr and hang it
on your walls for per room: send postal; will
call with samples. Oliver. 1404 Olive st.
WALL PAPER Here you are. I will paper
your room from J2 up; work guaranteed. i. L.
Gregory. 3927 Park ave.
ZEHNER & CO.. 1430 Papln St. Paper hang
ing, whitening and plastering; all work done at
lowest rates; satisfaction guaranteed; send postal.
ALL work guaranteed. J. X. Verdler Pieam
Carcet Beating and Renovating Co.. .Nineteenth
andWne: Lowest prices. Bell Main C93: Kin. D 70.
CARPETS taken up cleaned, made over and
laid: best work; lowest prices. Empire Steam
Carpet Cleaning Co.. 2123 Luca& Main 1181: C Sth.
" ECLIPSE-DancingAcademy opens at Uhrig's
Cave and Palm Garden this (Wednesday) even-
i-g. August 29 .
1NTERPIUSE STEAM CARPET CLEAXINQ
a-apeelal attention to altering, fewlng, relay
zatoa and renaleton, Llndell 37iM. Kln
1 V St).
GOLD, SILVER AND .ICICKL PLATI.U.
,il, INP rfJilatra and up.ilrs silverware: gold
LH.iS.n,a,c,,c?-.3",Wv,," e,,a ork;c,h lor old
4.0'U. tlUcraiid platinum. MS X. Seventh M.
fna0Ii'.I:) aV$ Rllver Plating In aU ljratichra; cash
lor old com a,,j rfn,.r; ijn -old for sale. &
Hl'lL.ft lvraue. Si;'- Tine t
siHbl.. 'H.iOS- lleas aaa Itaaclies Canollno will
destroj tliPho pt-Ms quickly and thorouKhl-. iS
ctf. otuiraiitPtd y all dealers, or money re
fuiidrtl. Samples free.
ROSTux Ste:;m Iirntal-llonms, 413 X. ltro.11!.
xiy-Nn 01 (-et!! $S: i..iinless rxtractins 2ij;
liiidKe work 3: open Sundaye until 1.
-pSTOO; Steam Hental-niioniF. 413 X. Hm-id-
,j. ."mini itciix ami ii. i. n.iues 5iu anj
yets for 7. Uorior Caw. uronrlctor.
lMcnvin t sirii..i -( T-.,i..
- , ..... ... i.. ,.iv. -i. f" inn,, M. ,-"
t tun on Ai Cnmn am! budue work a turelaltv:
terms mudcratc; consultation and exam. free.
1XICTOU (YiltD nril.es ."-clal prices and terms
to working women and glils. Call and tee me;
open d.uK. 70S l'lne st
Xew York Ilcntnl Ronma.
S09 Olive St.
I-Ftaullshed here 40 years. Do tht
best woik at lowest prlcea.
ALL private diseases a specialty at Franklin
Avenue Free Dispensary. 1214 Franklin ave.
l.OiTOli J. T. DAVIDSON. Speclalis-t on
Itheumntism, Kidney. Lung, Dyspepsia andjl'e
male diseases. 1C13 l'mc.
r AIiIF.':! Use Chicnsslrr's relish Pennyroyal Pi'ls.
jl Kc.il Nofc-t: nl.' !.t!lu'!c: TaVe hi r:h'.
Hut ooctir Ilrnccit.,r "- -- "n-p. It r.rtl..
ttT8ni'.K.ffforI-.,i..' In It'tlerhr return n.all.
'Ulchcitrr (lirinlcul l'... 1'liUadu.. 1'a.
DYKIXG, CLEAMXt; AMI ItEPAIIIIN'C.
YOFU t-lnthrs clt aned. leI and rcjiaired at i
nai-.t.alde 1 rice-: Nr-t-'Iass work. lart li.eni5
and Cltanlng Co., 1230 F1111 kiln ae. Kin. D 1W.
OLD CLOTIIIXG HOIJGIIT.
HIGHEST cash pr:ce paid for ladles' and gen
tlezrtn's cast-off lothlrc; also carpets. Call or
nn.Hf.Mai. J. Miller. i,0.' Walnut st. Kin. A 215.
E. R. STRAUt". Eye Expert Gold spectacles
..50 uti: coinplIca:-d casea u sptcialty. 723 Lo
lUstst. 4;e.veral j'ersoxal wants.
I'OrrON good for 30 days only. Cut this out
and bring to studio with one dollar and get one
dozen canlnet photos; proof shown. Hell Studio,
3212 Olive su
Jtfferson City, Jlo., Aug. 27. The following
at titles of incorporation were Pled to-day in tho
oftico of Serctary of State 1-i'fcjeur:
Interstate Coal Company, Kansas City: capital
st.uk. Jo.iwO. incorporatere .. V. Miller, llenry
!:. liutclungs, W. H. Kendall and others.
The Madison Construction Company. St. Iu!s;
capital stock. S23.UW. Incoriwator.- Edward H.
Curse. F. W. Watkras. Theu. D. Meyer, A. H.
The Mlners' Lumber Company, St. Francois
Ccrntv nled ptattrn.nt of incrcaso of capital
Hum JlO.uuu to 25.0U0.
Little Rock. Ark., Aug. 27. Articles of incor
poration of the Citizens' Bank of Duquoln were
to-day filed with the Secretary of state. The
capital stock Is ;23.t"K) of which l'.'.O'JO has be.n
suoscrlbed. The oirlcers are: II. C. Williams
president. W. H. Collier, vice president; F. M.
simith. caihicr; J. U. Ingorsoll. assistant cashier.
Sprlnglield, III.. Aug. 27. Tho Secretary of
Statu tu-day licensed the incorporation of tlio
l:ouleanI Sanitarium, at Chicago; capital
stwck, 2,o9J; to conduct a sanitarium. Incorpora
tors II. J. Stewart, W. T. SKewart and W. Clark
College City Tilephone Company, at Gales
buic; capital stock, f:!5,000: to operato a tele
hciie lino. lnconoraiors J. L. Hoopes, Georgia
A. Lawrence and G. P. Williams.
Atlas Dental Laboratory Company, at Chicago;
capital stock, 2.400; to manufacture dental su;-t-Iics.
Incorporator William J. Trumpour, Wal
ter c. Golbeck and Allan A. Gilbert.
Tazewell and Fulton County Hed Cross Medi
cal Association, at Pekin: without capital stock.
Incorporators John Wlnsor. W. T. Jones and
Tho J. liurton Company of Chicago certified to
an increase of capital btock from tlS.U'.y to 530,
uoil. Th9 following foreign corporations were li
censed to do business ln Illinois:
Sharpies Company of Omaha, Neb.; capital
sP-ck. S25.000; in Illinois. Ii,5o0.
Shoellkopf. Hartford & lianna Co. of Buffalo,
X. Y.; capital stock. a,0w.tJCO; ln Illinois. 13,
Otf. Wclsbach Company of Gloucester, X. J.; cap
ital stock, 3,&oiv.v0; ia Illinois, w.uoO.
John L. Bumb
Emilia A. Schmitt
Joseph li. Stuart
Mrs. Anna Glenn
William P. Roberta ...
Sarah S. Xelson
Jesse IL Smith
Julia U. Tuliy
Ren Ludwig ,
J. R. Daniel
Hattie C. .Mandrich
... Texarkana, Tex
.... Memphis, Term
..... Memphis, Tenn
.... 213 Lofperani'C
, Mexico, Mo
37 South Eighteenth
, 12 Division
. Pinekneyvllle. Ill
14J3 North Twelfth
j L. Dandridge
; J. F. Ray
Lulu P. Gordon
Robert E. Kostrum ....
Solid Gold Wc-llUuK Hinp.1.
Newest designs, $3 to KJ. at ilermod &
Jaccard's. JiroaiJ,way and Locust.
RECORD OK IIIRT1IS.
William and Julia Dover, 1S26 Morgan; boy.
Ckailes and Josephine Kemper. ti9 Madison;
Lrnestand Martha IIoechM, Wellston, Mo.; girl.
Alois L. and Alary Lerbench, 11 a. Seve .th;
lienry and Minnie Heclierneycr. 2102 Gratiot:
Conrad J. and Mary Redell, SJ10 X. Twenty
William J. and L. Smith, 1138 Garrison; boy.
Louis and Lililc Albright, InJs Palm; boy.
Flunk und Mary KlUse. i633 I'alin; bo.
John and Mary E. Dinecu, I4,ti X. 1'vcnly
Arti.ur C. and Julia. Liuter, 2xS3 Wyoming; boy
John und Augusta Weluiy. itiM Dlm.ir; liy.
Hein.au and Al.ce Sciuoedtr. 3i2j Magaiu;
Cliaihs and Minnie Itau, CI09 S. Ilroadv.ay; g.rf.
Frank and Hutu w ecnemcKr, 5.34 X. Jiioad
waj ; 1.05-.
JoiKpn J. and Anna Tirchler, 3313 Indiana; boy.
Albert und l.meiie Krolui, -'124 lll-maick; gill.
.. and usie White, 25r cnostuut; boy.
John and Itosa lilsltoch, 2-14 Menard; gill.
.Vinteizo and Ago-tlna Pu-Eaterri. 1107 X. Nine
Henry and Emma Union, 4.11 Shaw; boy.
August and Augusta llofmiirc, llobnugville:
Thomas and Peail Washington, 11.1 Michigan:
Antonio and Angela Caravello. nil Forster al
Domi.no and Rosalia Leavoll, tu 1'rankltn:
Lawrence and Annie Daley. .721 Chestnut; boy.
Hen and Tn.rcsa Uiueggenunn, 35.) Ilingliain:
l"rank R. and Katie Gcps. 5312 Michigan; boy.
.Tulius and Mary Willy, lsh) S. Twelfth; girl.
1 Mua!p and Hosle Lapiuolo, .13 Frarklln; boy.
1-uuis and Emilia Mazzoiil, s2i X. FourtePth
boy. Giovanni and Josephine Palmcri, n;3 roister
Lorenz and Bridget Gadland, 914 Christian; girl
Max and Mary Franzel. 341 WllmlnKtun; loj.
rted and May Lowe, S233 X. ltroailway; girl.
James and Mary Graham, ls S. Itarrett; elrl
Charles W. und Sarah WarnhoIT, 2234 Frank
urban and Anna Wichmann, C21 Xorth Fif.
1-ouls nnd I-tiura Fisher. 331(i Caroline; girl
J. P. and Cora Maynanl. 4755 Labadle: girl.
Henry and Annie TIemeyer, n Victor; ijov
Xtck and 1-oulsa Schick. 1'704 South Ninth: girl
J. J. and I-ou!sa Frazer, 1417 Warren; boy.
Terry and Kate Keaney, low Theresa; boy.
T. 1. and Bessie L Rates. 3."iJ Vista; bov.
Bert A. and Lena Smith, 321 North Grand;" liy
O. D. and Anna Van Lewm. 2701 North Ninth;
Fred and Ruth Markham, 2503 Slattery; girl.
William and Emma !, Relmann. 2iil South
Charles J. and Emma L. Hezel, 3127 South
Christ and 1-cna Kaszholz. S"slS Mead; boy.
George .1. and Clara J. Rufle, 3741 South Jef
Fred and Georgia Conway. 4401 Evans: bov.
F. and Louisa llolke, 3721 Arsenal; boy.
Salem and GHela Gosey, fiO'j South Leonard;
Gabriel and Kathl Goehl, .007 MenanI; bov.
James and EllziiLcth Espy. t,u26 Horton; girl.
William and Ella Waggoner, 35CM Papln: girl.
George E. and Lily M. Crowell. 3624 St. Louis;
Samuel and Sarah Cunningham, Female Hos
S. and M. Johnson, Female Ho.pital: slrl.
BenJ. and Bessie Norton, Female Hospital; boy.
James and Belle Edwards, Female Hospital;
Mr. and Mrs. A Fischer, Female Hospital; girl.
Oliver and Fannie Russell, Female Hospital;
Harry and Xellle Anderson, Female Hospital;
Edward and Eurelia Wajdle, Female, Hospital;
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
ACME UODOE. NO. 219. K. OF T..
r.ints everj' Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock
sharp. Iturllngt.in bulldlas. U0 Olive
jas Min 1. orK in ranKs always on nana.
Visitors cordially Invited and members expected
to nltend. JOHN W. SHEVLIN, C. C.
Attest: William II. Melton. K. of R. fc S.
t ATTENTION. Silt KNIGHTS OF RED
v.,?t., "'i .s Conipriny, No. 4. Eery member
vsjyujnleil at drills. Must prepare for l)e-
IJ ::..,'t. Au-:iist 3S. Tine is sdiort. Co:i:o
.ti:d in Jl.om. Visit. us welcome.
, T. J I. KEEFEIt. Captain.
I'. P. Jeaett. Itecoider.
. , . .rA?J,.;tJ HALL MONITOR ''.ODf.K.
"it " . K- of ' Mret everv Tlmr-vliy
,?sa V,"",'"f- ' Vnlury liuildinc. "loth tiior.
i-ih-. .' 1 ' " riink "4 '"r """-t meeting.
w T .. ,,5EOIICM t: K.JtJKHS. C. C.
COLUM!SI. W1VIK NO 1 K OF
-tJw' T,!. "rrv TU.-S.I. y evenillK at S
J-"-Q ';lk ' n-tle iPu .vr,trV nnji.'tr.i:.
ir-ii!) floor, hall No 1. Ni-th and -H!v
M,'i'..i!i ,".'".',. '"-i A"P'" "-' "rk In rani: ..f
KniBht. ,1 inemlvn. lerniestnl t.. attend. Vis
it, ns hmilieis wl..i.me
t r- v. ,;T'"'"N' " J4fHUL5.E, C. a
Denpsey. K. '.f R. A S.
3- CO.NVIDnxrH"T.or)GK,N0T'.21. IC. OF
S '?.f;'Ptt,.H'v,I S'Venteenth and Ca.
JVIIIto F,bor. K. pJ : mmmil- C- r-
v, ,.I,AMfJN IIHGIJ. NO. IS. IC OP V.
v-sfe' ?-rn ,1 T.'-TtY ,'""--liy evenlnr: at Fr.i-
VZ? Ll xt- ,vI",Tn,h nn'1 rranklln av
Jlrmbers are re..u-teil t hf present and rl"lt
Ing knight." cordially invited '
EnaverVte"- n?m'' Tt "f " & A- 375A
.- JhTVRr' cnr-AT LOPGK. xo. 270. IC.
i-T Ur.L'-oolr':Ty WrrtneJay evening at
- ilrJjr1 v- VKS , Thirtieth and Olive
r'r.,t"rr.,'lv k i,U!!,Vv!rf r'"p- vl"l"" welcome.
I r.trr.,.h Hoiinm- p FRITPCHLE. C. C.
. R. "f R. .
00tPEn .l,I-I'PN"cnowx UHKIE. NO '
-T? .' . .rtrf rrl'lav evenlnr. Hall No.
r v.tU,n .' ', nA,'. nnr" ''nturr- building. Ninth
k. V-j&K '"'I "ve vtreei Work in rank nt
'" l..-'r"! at -rt regular ronventlon.
orown. ree'ed: v,s1,a:!l;!il.n,; -
RenrycFc:tK nfj-. t nACT- C' C'
S LAFAYETTE I1DOE. NO. 32?. K. OF
I'. !.. -s anrsiav evening. Augui i-
. t Kurllni-ton I'Ulld'ng. Slo Olive treet,
tighth ft- n. W'.irk In rank ef Knight.
WAl.TEi: 11 vvn.i'., . v..
Attest: Fred Horn. K. of R. & S:
S. MISSOURI LODGE. NO 2. K. OF. P.,
v.v'i-. Elks' Hail. Holland building, nieets ev-M"-.-
er Friday evening. Vls-ltors alway wel-
c me. JOHN J MYERS, C. C.
Chas. C. Fink. TC. of R. S.
t CASTLE HALL. ROBERT E. COWAN.
V No. 151, K. of r . Wet Hall, Century
'ST brtlld'ng. Ninth i-nd Olive Streets on
"i Mon-Iay. Septemlrer X nt S p. m. sharp,
work in tMe rank of T'ace. Visiting knights cor
dialb Invited. SAM S. HARRISON, C. C.
Attest: Harry Roberts, K. of R. ,t S.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 304. K. OF P.,
meets everv Wednesday evening ln Cen
tury building. Ninth and O'.lve streets.
Work ln tho rank rf Knlrht and vote on
amendments tn the hy-liws W'cdnesdav evening,
August 22. Members cxrected and visitors In
vited. F. W. FOLK, C. C.
T. W. Campbell. IC. of R. S.
PREMIER LUDwE, NO. 24?. K. OF P.
Important Ail members are t-rr.es.tly
requested to be present at ieul.ir nieet
Inir Thursdav evening. August 23. Work
ln the rank of Es'iulre. followed by a smoker.
Hall No. 1. Odd Fellows' huildinc
11 GEO. E. STL'CKEY. C. a
Attest: Chas. E. Williams, K. of It. & B.
?r TARAGON I.ODGE. NO. 53. K. OF P..
V-f.- meets every Tuesday evening, hall No.
5Jf 3 odd Fellows' building. Nlntn nnd
" Olive street. Next Tuesday rank of Es
culrc. Members and visitors cordially Invited,
quir O. M. RUTHERFORD, C. C.
Attest: Frank Johnson. K. of R. 3.
""; RED CROPS LODGB."NOl 54. K. OF P..
"-. meets everv ivoincsciiy at una 1 euov.s
v-SrTITall. Ninth aid Olive streets. Xext
WeJpcdav. regular sissnn. .vu Knign.s
are Invited. M. F. DEAN. C. C.
Alfred Poi le, K. of P.. & S.
ST. LOUIS. Ma.Al'G. 6. IJOil TO THE OF
fictri and brother knights C'h"valier Iidae, No.
70. Knigh's of Pthlas-You are hereby ear: estly
lequested to assemble nt Castle Hall of Chevalier
Ledge. No. 70, Knights of I'ythlas, on Thuisday.
Aicust 2S. nt 1 o'clock sharp, to attend the fu-n-ral
of d-ccascd brother knight. Edward
Vcughn. Fraternally jours In F. C. R.
RICH. H. HAUGHTMN C. c.
Attest: I)Uls W. Soigenfrel, K. of R. S.
tVATtASIt LODGE. NO. 248. IC. OF
' r., will meet Tuesday, August 2S, at
thistle nan, i.roaaway ana uenvon, ui o
n'rliirlr. Visitors nre welcome.
J. R. KELAHAX. C C.
F. II. Sichleben. K. of R. & 3.
ij- walnut lodge, no. 2ss. ic of p.,
wvAy meets every Thursday evening nt s
NgW o'clock sharp at Druids' Hall, southeast
cornr Ninth and Market street's. Visi
tors cordially invited and members exacted.
WILLIAM WASSMAN, C. C
W. J. II. Perkins. K. of R. & 3.
WASHINGTON LODGE, XO. 133. JC.
cf p.. meets every Friday evening, west
TCA Hall, .Masonic -ewiue, oeveain aim .w---
ket streets, fouitii tloor. Business meot
Irer Friday, August 31, 190.). Members are re
miestcd to bo present. Visiting brothers always
wel-orie GRANT LUCE. C. C.
J. P. Dummich, K. of II. . S.. 3101 Clark ave.
KMGIirS OF HONOR.
-,-, COLLallJlA LODGE. NO. J7S7, K.
it' II., meets second and fourth Tuesdays
V-T'V Mieridan Halt. No. -Mil l'lanklln avui
All Knights if Honor invited.
CYRUS W. HEAl'lE. Dictator,
JJ3 West Belle place.
A. W. Winter. Reporter, Room 4CJ Odd Fel
pp,-7 SCHILLER-LODGE, NO. 4CW. K. OF
ffiO1.1l !! meets second and fourth Tuesdays at
yi-V Oaus's Hail, Fitteenth and Cass uvena..
"iA'AII Knights of Honor invited to our
HI-R.MAN MEITZ. Dictator. 1323 Monroe street.
Wm. F. Klankc. Reporter. 2914 Bailey avenue.
BARONS OF RUNiMYMEDE.
ST. LOUIS IX)CAL COUNCIL
No. 3, Ancient Order Rarons of
Runnymcilr. will bold a regulnr
meeting at o'-irelr Ttiiircliv even
ing, September C, 1500, at their hall.
No. 4 Odd teilows" building, soutu
ei.at comer Ninth and Olive streets.
ivvo canaiaates to be Initiated,
smoker and recitation. Visiting Sir Knights are
, JOHN WEERTS. I5rd Marshal.
Attest: L. A. Hall, Uaron of Records.
601 Fullerton building.
Hetty A. McKovvn, C7 years, SI3 Semple; cir
rhosis of liver. ' u
snehUd'nbUitI51Im;Uln ?0 yC:,r3' n21 M"!"Ran;
William Wright, 33 years. lM Gay; nephritis.
David Hogan. .S years. .111 O'l'-aiion; nephri-
Lydla A. Pepmillcr. 7 months, 2313 Sullivan;
congestion of brain. '
I). V. Dean. 70 Se-rs, Insane Asylum; cerebral
Mary J. Kramer, 49 vears, 3L'32A Lee; paralysis
McCormack, G days, 2113 South JelTersen:
John II. DIetz. S3 jears. Poor House; senile
Lizzie Jennings, 20 .ears. Female' Hospital;
Ferdinand Aegcrlcr. 50 years, 710 South Second;
cirrhosis of liver.
Mathilda Gelscl. 40 years. 2133 South Eigh
Josle Vierllng, 7 years, 2304 South Broadway;
Theodore Martin, 42 scars, 2923 Lee; heart dis
ease. Dora Bucseneyor, K jenis, 291S South Thir
William M. Itun.an. .0 years, 50S9 Westmin
ster; consumption. '
Susie. Sens:. 39 vcais, Female Hospital; con
gestion of brain.
Charles Brllt, 3) years. Poor House; pneu
monia. lienry Bretano, 61 years, 4377 Delmar; heart
William Hamilton, 42 jcars. City Hospital;
August Mueller, 9 months, 637 Bittncr; menin
gitis. Anna D. Morgan, 3S years, 2C13 Lifayette;
W. II. Rubins.!!. 41 years. 2013 Olive: nephritis.
A .1 1011 Tinenbauni. 9 nionths, loll Wash; ga3
trircnterltls. Gottlieb Gockenlvaeh. 7S years, 2530 Natural
bridge; senile ilc'.ulity.
Minnie Weber, 1 day. 3305 Ralley; Inanition.
(Justav Ganz, 47 years. 1305 St. Ixiuls: uiaetnia.
J." P. Eggtnann, 31 years. City Hospital; In-art
Thomas Murphy, 60 scars, 20S Blow; shock and
J-"rcd G. Klein. 19 years. 2526 Wyoming; con
sumption. Sophie Haupt. 61 years, Colllnsvllle. HI.; ma-
Hurt B. Kauffman, 2S yearn, I'ortsmouth, N.
Mary Roiran, 1 month. 123G North Tenth; mar-
Josephine Sarbcr, 53 years. St. John's Hospital;
Catherino Van Pelt, 6S years, 4133 Cottage;
cancer. ..-. ., .. ,.
lverno Gray. I year, 13LA Dellodiamont; men
ingitis. Max Knapp. 50 years. 310.) Gravols; congestion
Edvvard Vaiighan, 26 years, 2709 South Seventh;
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
RULWER 23 ft.; Anna Sorber to Caro
line Schneider ntc. d J 1
BACON 23 ft., n. s.. bet. No-th Market
and Montgomery; Lucy Jennings to Bir
bara Ilraun-w d 2,100
CAHANNI- u it.; Charles Dixon to Ella
Manning-w. d 1,00")
CITY BLOt K Lot 16; Wm. 11. McDcr
mont to Wra. J. Gorsuch w. d 050
CLE ELAND 50 ft., s. .. het. Thurman
and Iiur-nce; Arthur Marshall to Edwin
Xorrls w. d 930
CHESTNUT 40 ft.; Clare Addis to Jacob
' Stocke w. d .' ,.... 10,000
DOLMAN 25 ft,: Margaretta Mautss to
Magdalena Wedeklnd qtc. d ,. 1
ANCIENT FREE AND
CORNERSTONE LODGE. NO. -ii. A.
F. & A. M. Regular communication Moi
day evening, September 3, S o'clock, at
Oraml Avoniif. Vtaollio I'eiMTilf.. dalll
and Finney avenues. Work In E. A. Degree.
Visitors cordially welcomed.
I.T. L. ERMATINGER, W. M.
M. W. Smith, Secretary.
A GEORGE WASHINGTON I.ODGE. NO.
-TlW '. A. F. & A. M. Staled coiiimunlcatlon
JJ at S o'clock Tuesday evenin-,-, August 2S.
V at Masonic Temple, Grand and Finney
nveiiites. Wirk ill the E. A. degree. Meuitiers
nveimes, ninn ill llie . ,im". .... ...... ...
.arrestly requested to attend iitnrs frnteriMlly
Invited. W. L. REYNOLDS. JR. W. M.
.- lil.liVU IU lll-li.-l'l.
OKKfJOI-V Miu.i:it. w.
Jn.in II npenii'. iSccreinry.
OF ODD FELLOWS.
---.!fe COSMOS-DE SOTO LODGE. NO.
-r-i'i3S'i' 9". I- 0. " '''" n,e,,ls this (Tuewlay)
5S-fvS-? evening, S o'clock, hall No. 4. eighth
"TtltH$r ftnor 1 Kid Fellows' Hall. You are
ltoor Odd Fellows' Hall. You are
re'iuested to attend. A. WINTER. N. G.
John cicgg. aecreui'jj
!..-.. HALL W1LDEY Ioibr No. 2. L
-S-dS&S" O. O. F. Wlldey Ixidgc .tiect3 every
u. U. I'. vviioe xyuuse ueci3 cverj
: n-ii-ain. evenlnir at S o'clock. !mlt
--j. .M-r-i-. tub u.fttc pvvn 111: L K n eincx
VM4i- ISO. 1, SOUiitv 'Jiiitri .sunn, alio
. nr , AJ1 Vgtn- brothers are mo?t cor
dially invited to attend. Members earnestly re
quested to be present. Woik every meeting. Per
..-.!,- m.-n ii m.niw nt ti
V.UW, -I-.U. . ,.,w ,, ... ... ..
C. H. Adams. Secretary.
LACLEDE LODGE. NO. 22. I. O.
SmSfi. O. F., meets in hall No. 4. Odd
flK-W i..aI1,...u IviiMini. Vlnil. ..n.l nil...
Ar.tfi"- streets. Hist and third Tuesdavs of
each .month. Work In the degrees every night.
Visitors fraternully invited.
M. F. DOUD, Noble Grand.
F. C. Sode. Secretary.
uv,.. 1 jvn.r. 1' .111, t ir 1 l.ulULi,
lfi.No. 13S. i. O. O. F.. mecTs to-night
f?rat fi o'-lock In hall in Fraternal
inimL, m Tin.' -...l.o. tn.ti
-- . J--,-- ..V .. 4. ... ...... ,1, , t.nri I1.IJ
-t'l..,'.. liiiltrUn.. norllnveftf pnrfla. T-l ...nn.l.
stuet and Franklin avenue. Mem
bers arc requested to att.nd.
HERMAN HOEGE.MANN. X. O.
Robert Williams. Secretary.
u.. wixoEXiTNii iyinrrrTvfi "t F
3)jJi O. O. F. mets every Tuesdav even- 1
-S-S-HcS Ing nt Fraternal building. Eleventh ;
sbtiM and Franklin avenue. Work In de- I
prees. .ah visiting nreinren fraternally wel
cmncil. A. EPSTEIN. N. G.
D. Block. Recording Secretarj-.
ANCIENT ORDER OF
ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. 1. A. o.
I'. W.. meets regularly every l'ues
c .iv evening. 8 o'clock, Delabat's
Hall., southeast corner ltroailway
nd Elm street. Visitors fraternal
EDWIN KOLR. M. W.
P. H. Arbogast. Recorder.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.
KNIGHTS OF FA1 HER MATHEW.
SUPREME COUNCIL KNIGHTS
of Father Mathew, Cfrlcs 1S03 Locust
Street Executive Board meets llrst
and third Fridays. S p m.
DANIEL O'C. TRACY.
Supreme Chief Sir Knight.
Thos. S. Bowdem. Supreme Recorder.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SLCUMTY.
TARK AVE. COUNCIL, XO. 707. KNIGHTS
and Ladies of Security. Attention, members!
Council will meet the first and third Tuesdays
of each month at Phoenix Hall. Jefferson and
Case avenues. Sisters and brothers of of sister
councils are cordially Invited to attend. Ry order
of I H. STEELE. President.
Attest: W. II. Adams. Secretary.
LEGION OF HONOR.
ALPHA COUNCIL. No. 1. LEGION OF
11..... ..,---, junnH unit fourth Tllen-
-ir .i.... 'w-et i-nri itnll V.indt-venter and
-N Finney avenues.
FRANK 1;R1CHEY. Chancellor.
A. A. Bryden. Itecoruer.
.n,..... rnnerrT. v-n T. OF T..
$ will meet 'IMesdny evening. 2Sth Inst..
iSW at Occidental Hall.' Thirty-fourth nnd
'PX olive. Otlicers and members are request
cd to "ttendbnit.s G Tjylx.c,oy chancellor,,
lie, Bowman-s Hull. Eleventh and Locust
reet?" third iloor. Members expected to attend
and visitors cordially Invited pe3ldent
Frank Malone. Secretary.
GRAXD COUNCIL, MISSOURI
Hovul Arcanum, 309-311 Holland
Building-A cordial w-lcome to visi
tor", friends, brethren and member
from abroad. L.J. MEIbLIt, G. 11.
Chas. B. Cox. Grand Secretary.
8J FOREST PARK COUNCIL. NO. ..,
;)? Royal Arcanum, meets the nrsi aim tnuu
p,v-t Tuesday evenings 01 eacn momii at nen
$ . H..1I nurtiieast coiner I'rathcr and
Mancnester avenues, at o'cIock. Membeis are
requests to attend.joV.sltors conUally l.rvl.ed.
W. A. Brasher. Secretary.
-T MOUND CITY COUNCIL. NO. 743. R.
c)? A., meets in Holland building. No. -R
t5A North Seventh street, on first and third
fc Tuesdays, at 8 p. m. A cordial welcome
to visiting brethren and alt Arcanuiiiites.
CARL II. WITTE. Regent.
Attest: John T. Walsh. Secre'-ry. 12S Olive.
1201 Lincoln Trust nulldlng.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
Court Cote Rrilllante. No. 933, meets every sec
ond and fourth Tuesday of the month. Bowman s
Hull, northeast corner Eleventh and Locust.
GEO. AUTH. R. S..
1337 North Lefllngwell avenue
EOLMAN 23 ft.; Magdalena Wedeklnd to
Margaret Mauss-qte. d 1
ELLIOT-40 ft. 11- in., n. s. bet. Cas
and Howard: Rhoda Radall to Minnie
Randall vv. d 40)
&ILMORE 50 ft.: Isabella McMHIon to
Andrew Allmendwjer vv. d U)
GILMORE 00 ft.: Louise- Kleerneler to
Isabella McMillan qtc. d 4)
KENSINGTON 50 ft.; Penin ir Really Co.
to Napp.i Realty to. w. d l.-'W
IBAD1E 23 ft., 11. s.. Let. Viuegrcve and"
Limbdln; Wm. Pe.gen to Roger I'eeney
w. d 1..0)
MARKET 5S ft., n. s., bet. Second nnd
Third; Harriet Patridge to Cornelia Field
qtc. d .Wt
MAl'LH-.O ft.: James Holmes to Julia
Cornwell vv. d G.750
NORTH MARKET 33 ft. 1 in., n. s., b. t.
Twenty-fifth and Jefferson; Valentine
Henkel to Wm. llcnkci '. d 1
ROSALIE-30 tt.; Charles Miller to Eliza
beth Tilllngham vv. d &))
RO.-ALIE le ft.: Elizabeth Tilllngham
to Alice Cameron vv. d 50)
SHIPS COLLIDED AT SEA.
Coasting Schooner Buck
Down Crew Saved.
Hoston, Muss., Avg. 27. Clinslnc a runa
way schooner to save one life, while water
poured into her hold through a Janscd hole
in her port bow, was the part the sciiooncr
City of Augusta played In a drama of the
Tho runaway outsailed her and sank, hut
the lone sailor left aboard cut loose in
a boat and, lacking oars, tore up :i seat
and made a pair that kept him afloat until
the Ashing Fchooner Jmllquc picked lilm up.
It was tho coasting schooner Hattie Mcfi.
Buck that went to the bottom. She was
bound from New York for Hangor, with
cement, when, on Friday night, about
thirty-five miles cast of here, the Au
gusta crashed into her.
It was dark nnd misty nt the time, and
tho men of tho Buck declare they know
nothing of the presence of tile other ves
sel until they saw her bearing directly
down upon them. A moment afterwards)
they felt the crash. The Buck was seen
In time by tho men of the City of Augusta,
but Captain Adams declares he had no
expectation of collision.
Xo sooner hnd both vessels come together
than the Buck swung down alongside tho
Augustn, and lier crew, except one sailor,
numbering five men. Including the captain,
jumped aboard the Augusta. They had Just
reached tho vessel's deck when their craft
extricated herself and filled nway and
started on a lively gait undor full sail. A
thick fog then set in and the vessel was
obliged to give up her search for the Buck.
The captain and five members of tho
Buck's crew were landed hero to-day and
then set out in the tug to search for their
missing comrade. They returned to-night,
reporting failure, but, meanwhile, the lone
sailor and Jacob Brewer of Newfoundland
had been picked up by1 the JucVgue and
landed at Gloucester. "
.-...-.. -r. -. l-f Vii 1 A T7 ,f.
-Pa A. M. allMl communication Tliurpu.iy.
jf Aucrust 30, nt .:"-rt P. in., Corlntliinn
r Hall. Masonic Tt-mrlc K. A. ri"Kr.'f.
Htalvit cimitnunlcntion Foptfrnlfr C M. .M. le-
I .-.,-.-. n-i. -f.n rl rv t P (1 .ITTI V IVlIltlO' llfrin-
!".---- - r
FROM ALL POINTS,
Completing AiTJinpcnu'iits io I.nild
Klectric HoacT From JFcrvoy
City, III., to St. Louis.
CONFERENCE AT PANA TO-DAY.
Line to !! Shorter Than Any of
tiie Steam I.aihvays a1., K. &
T. Land discs Frisco
I'ana. III., Aug. 27.-J. Smith Burton, John
Kiefer and other representatives or the
proposed electric railway line from Hcrvey
City to St. Louis will be in the city to
morrow to consult with the Business Men's
Association In regard to the construction
of the Hue from this city to St. Louis.
The original lino was survoyed from Shei
byvilie and a right-of-way secured through
the farming community, but the township
of Shelbyville failed to give anything. It I
now proposed that the line run in a direct
line from thi city to St. Louis, being four
teen miles shorter than the Big Four route.
Tlie Business Men's Club will exhaust every
means to have I'ana on the route, Shelby
ville having apparently dropped out.
On an air line route rrom Hervey City to
I'ana the line will traverse the best farm
ing country in Central Illinois, passing
through tho broom corn country, as well
as the greatest corn bolt in the Prairie
State. It in a foregone fact that the road
will be built. The report that the Vandalia
lino is engineering the deal is vehemently
denied by those interested, it being claimed
that line is independent of any railroad cor
poration. The construction of this lino has revived
the scheme to construct the St. Louis and
Chicago line via Morrisonville. a village a
few miles west of this) city. Just what the
outcome of the deal will be is hard to sur
mise, but it Is a foregone conclusion that
another outlet from this city to St. Louis
is only a question of a short time.
INTO NEW ORLEANS.
Ilarrlmnn Syndicate May Extern! the
Kuiisu.H City Southern.
The Harriman interests now own the con
trolling interest in the Kansas City South
ern system. It is reported that this line
is to be developed to the limit. One rumor
has It that the road is to be pushed from
its nearest point Into New Orleans. This
is for the- purpose of affording a grain out
let for the Harriman people from the Kan
sas City district. , ...
Bv such a move this syndicate would, to
a very large extent, absolutely control tho
export grain traffic from the principal
Western points to the important ports on
the Gulf of Mexico. Such an extension of
the Kansas City Southern would in no way
interfere with the grain traffic of the other
Harriman road, tho Illinois Central. Tito
latter has a lirm grip on grain traffic from
the northwest by its Chicago-Omaha line.
This business is taken over the Central s
main line at Xew Orleans.
It is iigured to turn the Kansas City traf
fic to the Kansas City Southern for New
Orleans delivery. The latter road now ter
minates at Port Arthur, Tex. V hile this
port inot to he neglected it will be devel
oped more slowly, or rather allowed to
work out its own salvation, and the traf
fic taken to Now Orleans, where the Cen
tral's maguiilcent facilities will bo used.
EMPLOYES IN PRUSSIA. '
How AVorktiiK Hour Are ncsnlnieil
on All Lines.
Tho following rules govern the working
hours of railway employes in Prussia:
If the duties require unremitting exer
tion and strict attention, the daily average
of the hours of labor of station agents, as
sistant station agents, telegraphers, switch
ing foremen, overseers of stopping places
u;id switchmen shall not exceed eight hours,
and the duration of a single task shall not
exceed ten hours. The daily work of rail
way guards shall not exceed fourteen
hours. They can, however, be extended to
sixteen hours on branch Hues with little
The daily hours of labor of the train em
ployes sliall, on the average per mouth, not
exceed eleven hours ualiy; a single task
shall not be over sixteen hours. Lous hours
shall onlv le required if they are succeed
ed by proportionately Ions terms of rest.
The rest shall be taken at home, and as
far as possible shall be during the night.
The daily hours of work for the locomotive
employes, taken by thu average per month,
shall not exceed ten hours, and shall un
der no circumstances exceed eleven consec
utive hours. The same provisions as to
rest apply to them as to the train employ
es. If the work of the switchmen requires
uninterrupted hard work, the average per
day shall not exceed eight hours. Every
person steadily employed in the train serv
ice shall have at least two days ot rest per
month, 'ihe period of rest of the train and
locomotive employes at their respective
homes shad not be less than ten consecu
"KATY" LAND CASES.
Large Number of Suitn Dismissed by
K a 11 sax Federal Court.
I.cavcnworth, Kas., Aug. 27. Judge
Hook, in the Federal Court to-day, entered
decrees in the suit of the Government
against the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
Railroad Company and about 1,300 land
owners, to cancel the patents granted tho
railroad company, dismissing the suits
against the defendants, except those in
Allen County. This relieves Do per cent of
thu defendants. The Allen County cases
will he passed on later in the week at To
peka. ST. PAUL COMMITTED.
I. nut Attempt to Complete the Organ
ization 'sn Kntllc.
Chicago. Au. 27. After repeated at
tempts to formulate an agreement, Lie St.
Paul Committee has given up in despair.
The last and llnal meeting with organiza
tion in view was held last week, when It
was decided to give up the attempt. As a
result a report will be made to the presi
dents at their coming meeting in New York
September IS. to tne cltect that withodt
severe orders from the various heads of
tire roads interested no solution of thu SL.
l'atil situation will be found.
Why (ieorge Henffoi'tl IlenlKned.
Thoae who profess to lie acquainted with
the inside fact of the resignation of George
H. Hertford, as general passenger agent of
tho Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, tell
a very interesting story. Its chief interest
lies in the fact that it Illustrates the part
that the New York financial concerns are
taking itt tho management of the railways
of the country.
Mr. Heufford, it Is claimed, failed to ob
serve an agreement that was entered into
hv the St. Paul with New York Interests of
oilier lines. He. according to reliable in
formation, broke the commission agreement
and was so aggressive in looking alter busi
ness for Ills company that the New York
interests who were behind the commission
agreement demanded Mr. Hcafford's resig
nation of tho St. Paul'M management, it
did not come in the way of a suggestion,
but certain banking interests insisted that
this enterprising and popular general pas
senger agent should retire. In the interest
of tlnancial police tho management of tho
St. Paul conceded the point.
Sneeil on Frelcht Tralnx.
There ha.4 been an order issued on tho
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway
governing tho rate of speed to be main
tained bv engineers with tho new consoli
dated engines. They must not run faster
than a mile In two minutes when tho en
gine Is running light or when hauling a
freight train unless under very urgent cir
cumstances. This appears to be a most
sensible order, for tire high speed demanded
of freight trains Is not only unnecessary,
but is expensive in many ways, both In re
gard to quantity of fuel burnt and In en
gine repairs. The heavy locomotive de
signed principally for hauling efficiency is
very badly racked by the speeds frequently
demanded of It.
To Cntch Dnsit and Cinders.
A Birmingham, Ala., inventor Is. making
a trial of a cinder and dust guard for rall
way coaches which la said to be quite effi
cient'. The device occupies but a small
space, and when attached to the window of
a coach or sleeper gathers ia practlcall all
of the dust and cinders and deposits them
in a pan underneatli specially prepared for
that purpose. The cinder arrester is a small
rotary brush that readies across the bottom
of the window and is kept constantly vi
brating by the motion of the car. At either
side of the window is a curtain attached
to a roller concealed within the wall that
catches the dust and cinders, wiiich are
thrown downward onto the roller. Only the
curtain nt tho front side of the window Is
pulled out. thus preventing tin obstruction
of the view. The device is easily operated
and can be regulated to suit the speed of
tho train. In a test made between Birming
ham and Atlanta recently the device caught
113 per cent of the dust und cinders.
Friaco'H July .Stiitoiuonr.
A comparative statement of the actual
gross and net earnings and operating ex
penses of the St. Louis and San Francisco
lor the month of July is as follows:
hir). 1-1. Increas...
GrnH earnings.. ..J7L',tr:.17 5r;i,i5.i; Jt.l'i.47.7.:
Operating expenses 417.S01.5J 30.li7.33 41.1CI.1
Net earning:'.. ...;:34,iSI.; Sl?3 :K.i2 lt,K::.ll
Mlleago operated.. 1.6.-.U.03 1.3S3.39
Meet 1 11 ir nt Fort .Smith, Ark.
Fort Smith. Ark.. Aug. 27. Traffic men
representing the different railroads running
Into this city. Including the Choctaw and
Memphis and the Kansas City Southern, will
hold a meeting here to-morrow.
C. .T. Neeilhiim Nominate)!.
San Diego, Cal., Aug. 27. Concressman C.
J. Needham was nominnlcd for Congress by
thc Seventh DLstrlct Republican Convention
Personal nnil Current Note.
General Passenger Agent James Barker
of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas is ma
king an inspection trip over the line.
P. S. Hays, traveling passenger agent of
the Mobile and Ohio at Cairo, was in the
R. M. Allen, assistant general passenger
ngent of the Louisville Air Line, has gone
The 31., K. & T. brought 1.200 excursion
ists into St. Louis from points in Central
ilissourl. They left for their homes last
Tickets for homeseekers' excursions to
the Northwest which have heretofore been
second-clasa will be made first-class for the
two excursions to be run on September 4
and IS. The rate will be as usual, one fare
plus $2 for the round trip.
George Morton of the 31., K. & T., com
piler of the Texas rate sheet, has returned
from the Texas meeting.
C. L. Grlce, assistant general passenger
agent of the Burlington, has returned from
a trip to 3IIchigan.
Western lines have granted a rate of one
faro plus 2 for the National Convention of
Christian Churches at Kansas City on Oc
tober IMS. Tickets will be told October 11,
13 and 15, with a return limit until October
F. A. Bell, general pasenger agent of
the Hot Springs Railway, was here yester
day. W. H. Able, traveling pasenger agent
of the Chicago and Alton nt Dallas, Tex.,
was here yesterday, on his return from Chi
cago, where Ire had accompanied a G. A. It.
excursion party from various points in Tex
as and Arkansas.
Fred Tompkins, secretary of the St.
Louis Traffic Bureau, has gone to Lookout
Jlountain. Tenn., where he will attend the
conference of Southern Railroad Commis
sioners. R. G. Thomp.n. passenger and ticket
agent of the Wabash at Fort Wayne, was
T. F. Godfrey, passenger and ticket
agent of the 3Iissourl Pac fie at Omaha,
was at headquarters yesterday.
V. H. Bissland, chief clerk in the pas
senger department of the 31is;ouri Pacitic.
has returned from a trip to Jlichlgan and
II. C. Townsend, general passenger
agent of the 3lissouri Pacific, who is out
on the road, will attend the meeting of
transcontinental passenger representatives
at Glenvvood Springs, Colo., on Thursday.
President Benjamin Norton and Traffic
Manager Whitney of the Toledo, St. Louis
and Western, were in the city yesterduy.
E. J. Waugh has been appointed travel
ing passenger agent of the Colorado 3Iid
land, vice .Malone Joyce, resigned, with
headquarters at San Francisco. The ap
pointment is effective September L
President Felton believes In booming
things legitimately and the officers under
him are working on the same line. About
twenty-live of the handsomest and most ex
pensive passenger coaches ever ln service
on a Western road have recently been
turned over to the Alton for use betweeen
Chicago and Kansas City. Thousands of
new freight curs are also being bought. In
uddition to the fresh equipment several
hundred thousand dollars is being expend
ed in physical improvement of the system.
C. Clifford has been appointed general
agent of the Union Pacific at Cincinnati.
It is said that William Gibson, general
superintendent of the B. & O. at Pittsburg,
will be made superintendent of transporta
tion at Baltimore and Thomas 31. King will
be made a vice president.
J. A. Lafaye, contracting agent of tho
Illinois Central and the Yazoo and 311ssis
sippi Valley railroads, at New Orleans. La.,
was a visLor at the 3Iercltunts' Exchange
yesterday, ile was Introduced by John K.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES.
Ualiy at Compton Heights Chris
tian Church sext Sunday.
The Compton Heights' Christian Church
has arranged a special rally service for next
Sunday. In the place of the usual morning
services, there will be a joint meeting of the
Sunday school and the church, beginning at
l:3o o'clock a. m. Special music is being
arranged for the occasion, and there will be
a number of short addresses.
The Southern Methodist ministers met yes
terday at No. Hll Locust street. Reports
were heard from the pastors present, but
the aggregate accessions were only five.
The question of the coming of the annual
conference was informally discussed, ar.d
prcgresii ln thu matter of entertainment of
Extensive arrangements nre being made
for the Epworth League outing next Satur
day. Tho plan Is to meet at Wellston about
1 p. m., and take the Houseman line to the
3Iarvin Camp Grounds, where an interesting
programme. Including games and refresh
ments, will bo tendered. It is the purpose to
have every Southern Epworth League In
the city largely represented.
The Reverend Doctor W. J. Breaker, sec
retary of the Homo and Foreign Baptist
3!lsnionnry societies, returned yesterday
front an extensive tour of the State. In the
course of his itinerary, the doctor attended
seven district association meetings. He re
ports large attendance. He will leave again
to-day, and in this trip will attend the Little
Bonne Femme. .Mount Pleasant and St.
The annual convention of th Christian
churches of the State will bo held at 3lober
ly. Mo., September 17 2u, and present Indi
cations are that it will be more largely at
tended than any previous convention. Tho
annual general conventions, which include
those of tho American Jlisslonary Society,
the Foreign Jlissionary Society, and the W.
O. B. 31.. will bo held at Kansas City, Oc
Professor William A. Webb of Central Col
lege, 31. E. Church. South, was a visitor at
the minister's meeting yesterday. He re
ports a bright outlook for the college for
the fall term.
Tho Reverend J. C. Cromer, pastor of the
Fountain Park Congregational Church, is
expected homo this week. He will 1111 his
pulpit next Sunday as usual.
The Reverend A. Llchtenstcin has removed
Us evangelistic tent from No. 4300 Easton
avenue to Park and Ohio avenues.
The Southern St. Louis Presbytery will
hold Its next meeting at Dardenne, 3Io.,
September I, at 11 a. in.
St. John's Catholic Church will give its
annual picnic at Crcve Coeur Like next
Sunday. The train will leave Union Station
at 10 it. m., and will return at 7:30 p. m.
Dancing, boating, fishing and all kinds of
athletic events will comprise the day's
The Union 3Iission tent meetings at Six
teenth and Chestnut streets' are being large
ly attended, and a number of conversions
arc reported to date.
DEATH OF DOCTOR PULLMAN.
Deceased Milii.sl er TJrother of the
Late George M. Pullman.
Baltimore, Aug. 27. Information has been
received here of the death at Camp Royal
Weeklv, Thousand Islands, of the Rever
end Doctor Royal II. Pullman of this city,
brother of the late George 31. Pullman, the
palace car maker, and of the Reverend
James 31. Pullman of Chicago. Uist week
Doctor Pullman was stricken with paraly
sis, and it soon became evident that he
could not recover. The end enmo Sunday
morning. The body will be brought to Bal
timore for burial.'
Doctor Pullman was 74. years old. A on
and daughter survive him. the former be
ing George H. Pullman, secretary to Clara
Barton of the Red Cross Society, and the
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Bloo..
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
rsr;S 1 nc Ktaneys arc your
" t j - .t ft
Diooa purutsrs, insy in
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of crder, they fail to do
their work. I
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid ia tho
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, ar.d makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart i3
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries. 1
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble. I
If you are sick you can make no mistaks
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer '3
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty- s
cent and one-collar siz
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
Hone of STOmp-Root.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
latter 3Irs. Charles E. Smith of Evanston.
Doctor Pullman was born at Auburn, N.
Y., being the eldest of a family of ten
children. He studied theology, and. ln 1333.
entered the home mission field of the Uni
versallst Church. In the following year ha
was ordained a full minister, and labored
in Northern New York with much success.
He built two churches there, occupied the
pulpit of the Universalist Church at Peo
ria. 111., from 1S67 to 1S72. building the finest
house of worship in the town during his
pastorate, and then took the post of gen
eral secretary qf the Universalis!; General
He displayed great activity and Instituted
popular religious meetings in various parts
of the country.
In 1S77 Doctor Pullman was called to tho
Second Universallst Church here, where ha
attracted not less attention than he had
done in other fields. Since 1S37 he had lived
In retirement, being pastor emeritus and
given charge of such services as his physi
cal strength permitted. He at one tlmo
ran on the Republican ticket for Congress,
but was defeated.
FILED HER OWN PETITION.
"Woman Didn't eed a Lawyer to
Help Her Become Bankrupt.
New York, Aug. 27. 3Ir3. Mary 3Iott
Gage filed a petition in bankiruptcy In the
United States District Court Uiere to-day,
the first instance of the kind la which a
woman has filed a petition of the kind with
out the aid of an attorney.
3Irs. Gage first called at the court about
six months ago. She declared that she had
no money to pay a lawyer or fees and that
she wanted to mako out and file a petition
in bankruptcy. She called several times
after that and each time learned more about
the mode of procedure. She induced tha
clerk to give her a blank form of petition
and blank schedules.
Sho was then furnished with an old pe
tition and schedules as a guide, and with
this data, she prepared a petition that was
entirely acceptable to the court. Mrs.
Gage's liabilities are placed at $3,033.
CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY.
Anarchist Literature Found on
Houston, Tex., Aug. 27. Two young men
from Heading, Fa., are held here under
charges of vagrancy. When they wero
searched a large quantity of anarchist liter
ature was found on each, among" which wera
many newspaper clippings noting tho doings
of anarchists. One clipping was) found which
gave a list of the prominent people who
have been assassinated by anarchists during
recent years. One of the clippings found
held the theory that Governor Groebel -was
assassinated by an anarchist.
WORKINGMEN WELL ORGANIZED.
Bryan-Dockery Club Has Member
ship of Twenty-Eight Hundred.
Tho Bryan-Dockery "Worklngmen's Club,
before which A. 31. Dockery. John A. ,
Sam B. Cook and others will speak to-night,
has a membership of 2.S00. Charles H
Haughton of tho West End Club Is presi
dent, Charles II. Bange Is vice president.
Patrick Moran Is treasurer. S. C. Jolly Is
secretary and J. J. Ryan Is chairman of tha
Jolly and Moran have been identified wlth
the street car union during the recent
strikes, the former as president of tho Sub
urban Union and tho latter as the chair
man of the strikers on the Northern Cen
tral division of the transit company system.
Ryan is at the head of the State Barbersf
Union, whilo Haughton and Bange are well
known labor sympathizers.
Decatur Chautauqua a. Success. '
Decatur. III.. Aug. i7. The Decatur Chau
tauqua has so far proved a success. To
day was W. C. T. U. day and the prin
cipal speaker was Sam P. Jones of Gates
ville. Ga. The Seventeenth District Con,
vention of the W. C. T. U. is being held
In connection with the Chautauqua and was
opened this afternoon hy District President
31argaret E. Crlss-ey. The others who tooh
part in the programme were: 3Irs. Flora
Sims of Urbana. 3Iiss Bessio Gllman o
Warrcnsburg. 3Ir.". 3Iary T. Bedell of Mounj
Carmel. and Mrs. .Martha J. Smith oi
Latham. To-night an address was deliv
ered hy Airs. Lenora 31. Lake of St. Louis,
tho vice president of the Catholic Total
( Abstinence Society ot America.
T. 31. Morrow AcdlloriOilly Shot.
Tulsa. I. T.. Aug. 27 J. 31. 3Iorrow wai
accidentally and ptobably fatally shot ln th
head about twelve miles north of this placj
to-day by John McAll.ster. 31orrow is man.
ager for the Tulsa .Mining Company al
Picrco City. 3Io.
The two men are friends and were oul
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