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THE REPUBLIC-' SUXDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1900.
CharleVOlX and Return, $17.50
Mackinac Island and Return, $18.50
including September 12th; return limit, Sep
Round Trip Rates.
Via Chicago and
Via Chicago, iManitou, Mackinac and Steamer.
Starqoette , 123.00 I Detroit ji so
Saolt St. Marie 22.50 I Cleveland .
Wabash Ticket Office,
Broadway and Olive, S. E. Cor.
jii.nt sai'ck tiii: ni.i:n.
Broke Track Record In Hurlcm
Stake Plnoclilt- Second.
Chicago, Sept. 8. Mint Sauce captured the
rich Harlem stakea. the feature f Harlem's
card this aft moon, and for nine furlongs
, broke the track word of 1 5"S"h b going the
route In 1S1 1-3. and won eat-ed u; to a com.
' raon canter Horizar iu the ruling favor
ite, at 3 to 5 and heavll played. Mint
Eauce went to the fr nt Immediately, and
although Found was about the sedlet
competitor In the race, h could never
reach the pacemaker. All were very tired
trying to keep up and Pinochle v.-as gnmest
at the end, coming strong and beating out
Found by a length. Floriztr could nevr
get up, and was in fourth position at the
Hattle June, a 200-to-I shot In the second
race, acted so badly at the post that the
start was delayed 23 minutes. The flllv re
fused to buds; after squaring pstt" tr.e
grand-stand, and Jockey Moody wn forced
to lead his mount to the Marling point. At
every false break she would run a furlung
ana men nau to De lea uacK. Arter the loiii
delay they were rlnally suit away, and It
resulted In a strictly two-horse race I r
tween Jimincz nnd Duelist, first nnd tecond
choices. Although Jiminez is a high-cln
colt. It took all he had to win by half a
length. Weather clear, track fast. Sum
maries: First race, seven furlongs Jim W.. 110 (Wil
ton), 20 to i. won. Jake Weltr 101 (BasRinge.-),
33 to 1, second, unaetta. 107 GiImo:e 4 to 1.
third. Time, liSS Freeltnghu) sen, Trebor. Dag
mar. Sam Lazarus. Rival Dare, pirate J.. Lucky
Monday. Insurrection, The Jefferson, 01ekana,
Free-land. Intriguer. Lal'rlr.cesra. Ibmbere, Ben
jamin also ran
Second race, six furlongsJInilnez. 1!" (Mc
Dermott), II to IK. won; Duelist. Iw tWlnkfteid),
13 to 5. second. Wild Pirate. 113 'Kane). y tu
1. third. Time. 1-11 4-5. Sad. Sam Kazln. El
Canto. Mbrs Troubadaur. Monejmusv, Battle
June also ran.
Third race, six furlors-TBfn. 105 iHucl-an-an).
12 to I. won; Highland Lad. 111 (Ransom).
9 to 1. second. Chapp3qu. 105 Wlnk(MJ, II to
b, third. Time. 1:11 1-5. Mlrs Ma- Day. Si,.
AW H. Dairy O alsu ran
Fourth race the Harlem Staves, mjle and an
elrtth Mint Sauce, laj (liucl-anan), "4 to I, won,
Ilnochle. 3C7 (Qllman), -20 to 1, second; Found.
IW (Tally) 4 to 1, third. Time, l:"2 1-5 Florl
zar. The Unknown, The Lady, Boney Bey also
Fifth race, all furlongs Hlndoor.et. 113 (U'l
cba&an), 9 to 5, won, ran Durango vfi (Giimire),
1$ to 1, second: Handpre's, 111 (Tails), S to 1.
third. Time. 1:14 4-i Goeb.1. Pope Leo. Sim W.
and Caloocan also ran.
J-lxth race. mile. selling-Headwater, 117 (Uu
chanan). iui, woo. Thrive. 113 Gllmcrc, 3 to
1, recond. Star Chamber, ins (Wlakfieldt. r to 1.
third. Time. 1:40 3-i The Elector Hottentot,
tcarlet Lilly. William Ack. Refugee 1m ran.
Seventh race. mile, selling Branch, 101 U!j
chanan). 6 to l. won, Owensboro, l' )Fl!ck), S
to 1, recond. Aloha II. 95 (Itan'om). 3 to 1. third.
Tlm. l:ii :-;. Hhn Ccln, Drttie 11.. U.n
Chance, Mace), Koenig alfo ran.
' KTHELnErtT DCI'llATGU.
David Garplck Won Cliamiilau Stakes J
-JewTracU Ileeord. ;
New York, Sept. S. The last day of the i
Coney Island Jockey Club's meeting at j
Bheapshead Bay attracted a big half-holiday
crowd. An interesting card was offered for 1
decision, with the annual Champion Stakes '
of J23.0IO and the Great Eastern Handicap
of 17,500 the features. Both furnished stir
ring struggles, and more than the usual
amount of excitement. David Garrlck, at
the liberal price of 10 to 1, won the annual
Champion, beating the odds-on favorite
Ethelbert. a neck in a hard drive, while i
Duoro was third only a neck away. The
time. ZM. was fast and constitutes a new
track raconj. the old mark of 3:3 having j
stood since 1SS2. made by Hindoo, with Wi j
Unfortuntely the result of the race left an i
unsavory lechrg. s Snencer'H ride on Ethel
bert was so bi,a that it looked almost crim- i
inal. He appeared to be In a trance and
only woke up when too late to win with the
lavont. It Is hard to detract from tne
credit due David Garrici and Pullman, but
good Judges all agreed that the best hordes
did not win. Six horses faced the starter
end were sent off on the second break for
their long Journey. To every one's sur
prise Spencer took Ethelbert with his 133
pounds out to make the running, and ho
showed the way for the first time round,
with Killashandra and David Garrlck run
ning neck and neck behind him. When
rounding the near turn the second tlmo
Spencer left an opening on the rail which
Pullman quickly took advantage of by send
ing David Garrlck through and to the front,
laving at least two lengths. Killashandra.
also raced past Ethelbert on the outside and
even Duoro headed him before Spencer
made a. move. By this time David Garrlck
and Killashandra were racing away three
lengths In front. Spencer then rat down to
ride but Pullman brouitht Garrlck into the
stretch a length and a half in front of
Klllashanara. who was the same distance
from Duoro and Ethelbert, neck and neck
behind her. Hald of Ilsrlom ar.A Vine
Bramble were lready beaten. Down
miuuKu me stretch they came. Ethelbert
end puoro passed Killashandra and set sail
lor the flying leader, but all too late. Bull
man kept his mount going and lasted long
enough to win by a nccl: with Ethelbert
only u neck before Duoro. Jack Joyner
"trains both David Garrlck nnd Ethelbert
and thera was much unfavorable comment
after the race.
Beau Gallant won the Grat Eastern get- I
ting up the last stride. Four horses finished
heads apart amidst great enthuIasm. Dub- i
lln was second and Far Rockaway third. I
Colonel Padden made the early running and
Far Rockaway led in the stretch, but Bull- '
man s strong finish landed Beau Gallant tho '
winner. The balance of the racing- was
spirited. Bullman riding four winners out of
four mounts. Summaries: 1
ri race, Ave rurlonja. sclUnr Tolamon. 10?
IT. Burns) 4 to 1 and S to 5. won; Mauga, 7
Gannon) io to 1 and s to 1. second: BaUel'M
iOJom) i to I and 5 to 2. third. Time. 1:00.
pStJ'?"10."' .Lr,.";k' VetT3 u- Th Golden
rlnee, I-unctual illnyMi. liounteoua. Mrateijlit.
t?J '-B?i' E3?iell. Walter. Tonlcum, Trlaaitlan
and Golden Hay alM rax
Xt?n? rac8' Belen furlong Modrlne. 107 (Bull
m,"1;' ,1.'"V1 3 1 1. Dn; Lady L'ncas. S
lUt?.'- W.J A ani o 1, second: Belle of
nlingx'b. '2. 1IenT). 30 to l and 4 to 1, third
?.?&. I5 3 ,n"e ,r Tro'. Ronton. John
i Emce. Intruahe and Mr. Jersey also
Autpllght, Beau Ormonde. AUrd Sheck. Doctor
-ttThiST' P""- Colonel Padden. Cocroy and Lady
mT?Hfrth rac'. ,h Annual Champion, two and a
tn a."r 11-Davld Garrlck, 13 (Bullman). 20
i,,,,UJ to 1. won; Ethelbert. 133 (Spencer).
a., i""1,0"1' second; Duoro. 11 (R. Williams),
flr. If?.1 V L tbira- Time. 3A6. KUIashan
jj. AUld cf Harlem and King Bramble also
miil2?Tjxce- sfeplechnae. about two and a. half
Old rl?lf '1-, I62 (Veltch). 5 to 3 and 4 to S. and
ti??!nlr?.re' thr Grt Eastern, six furlongs
?? Oallant, 105 (Bullman). 19 to 1 and 4 to
J. won. Dublm. 1U (McCuet. 12 to 1 and 6 to
. second; Far Rockaway. 131 (It. Williams). 4
tO 1 .n.t ft In K h- .... . nJ!i
Ideia nr: iv: 'arr). 4 to 4 and ; to it), ran a
- R i1''. Captain Plersal. :SS (D. Canavan).
?' tact nJS to ' tnlnl- Time. 5:33 1-S. Nona-
' fliK m?? vene ana count javarre aiso ran,
llaS2.T$e- one and sixteenth miles, selling
Won fSw. oliniHI. J to iimi vuv.
E5 t til ."""pensation. 133 (Spencerr. 12 to 1 and
Ft i.r? h SWond: Alslke HO IMII..I 6) to 1 nnd
?.tgr ttWrd. Time. 1:47. Big Gun, Prrstidlglta
j rar and Ten Canai.. .i
Cloalnar lv II.mIIh.
LS:4jiS'i?Bi M!nn- s?Pt- -ThU wa tha closlne
- iHuoiloet and a faJr-alicd crowd wit
Here is a splendid opportunity
to visit the lake resorts at greatly
reduced rates. These low-rate
tickets will be sold until nrf
Wequetonsing 117 50
Mackinac blind 18.M
Harbor Springs 4. n.30
resreil the cents. which were well conte!d.
S:iK clasK, trotting, ru:se Jl.ono Mabel On
ward won econd. third and fourth heat Time,
3"17s4, 3:174, 3:3l4 Oonntanero won the nrt
heat In 3:17, Flashlight third; Jojmaker fourth.
Jjhn U and CUora abo started
tVnotatIcn 2:13 race, nurse tt'W, Partfe won In
ttralKht heat" Time, 3:W. 3:16 Alrha W tnd
llalmey L. divided tcond and third mjnt. Par
ltt.do aIo .tarted.
comoiaticn 11 trot. rure t-iv uart Aiirt,m
won In straight heat
,t. Time. .JSt, 3?,. Juno
T. and Clematlc divided second mone.
Itunninc. Cve-eishths mil. heat. rurw 3
Kaster won: Melody recond: lMragnny thltd
K'nc Oance. Gulnera Loohlel. Tnppet and Qjeen
lUKent alo ran. Time. 1.-01V,, l.U. l:m.
KtinnlnK. mile and an rlchth. purte 3,V Oouin
Itty won: Zambia, second: rzarowltz third.
Time. 1:59. Cragauock, luck Talk and Mlf Ite
rent also ran.
Fle I'iiTorltea ut Wlnilsor.
Delrolt. Sept 5. F.ve favorites came home In
front at Windsor thW afternoon, and the tarco
holiday crowd pteer.t hal an rxceilent IItp with
the iKks. The track vtA- fast. Summarles-
riret race, selling, slz and a half furlong.
Come Qul-k. 107 illoss). 9 to 5, won; Xlna H. L..
H (Hicks). 4 to 1 second. E'tlll. 13J (II. Wilson).
J to I. third Time. 1.31 Finem Re.pic. Char
lej hane, t'hanton, Dourterswitel and Dltertlse
Dent alpo ran.
S rd race, sedlnr, fle furlongs Mne Chip.
104 Hlck). S to 5. won. Sarapamp. 3 (Wonder
lyi, 7 to 2. Keo.i!, Cupa. S3 (Mlctaeli). s to 5.
tMrd. Time 1-03',. IVrtcr II. Vlntte l)-Or.
Doricr Moore ard John lTake also ran.
Third rice, selling, mile and a .Uteenth Her;
rneucia. S3 (Hicks). 7 to 5. won: Jete Jarho, irti
(McQuadt), 3 to 1, second: Fannie Taylor. 1)3
(Castro), 10 to l. third. Time. 1:471,. In-lnce
5-o Xonrl. Vlrcie O. and Onoto also ran.
Fourth race, selling, six and a half furlorrs
The Tory, if (Wllllami), 4 to 1. won. Earl Kon
so 107 ti!ebrtvn). 4 to 1. ecord. Prince of In
.'.'a. 1H (Hl-V-i li to 1. third Time. 1.31',. Tri
une. Kldeiu. Full Drss and Gecrte Lebar also
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs Compas.
1M (Castro), nen, won, Leila liarr, Vf, (Kos). 2
to i. -cnd. Doctor Grace. M (Hicks), K to 1.
third Tire.". 1-uT1;. Holly Wagier and May
Cherry also ran.
P'xlh raee, lz f urioncs Set oy. 103 (Aker), $ to
J won. Glad llat-d. S (Hicks), 10 to I. secord:
Jnllj Pose. S5 (M'chie's), 3 to 1. third. Time.
l:lt'i To'e. Ilowinl, S., Dc!t, ITetty JtOjie
and Hey Salazr also ran. '
JOCKEY miAGCI'.Il TO DEATH.
Foot CnnRlit In Sllrrnp Tlirotrn
Marlon. III., Sept. S. George, the 16-year-old
son of Richard Crisp of this place, was
dragged to death nt the fair grounds race
courre to-day The bov had been excrclsinsr
Happy John, owned by W. D. McCowan,
ard was leating the track for his stable.
As he pas-ed through the gateway a wooden
bar that had been cirele'Bly left protruding
two or three feet struck the horse In the
side, caurlng him to shy suddenly and the
boy to lose his balance and fall. His foot
caught in the stirrup and he was dragged
some 200 yards and his body was thrashed
Into a mass of flesh and broken bones before
the horse could be -topped. His head was
badly crushed by striking the corner of tho
platform over the stock well.
Knee HoraeN Sold.
New York. Sept. . A number of race hors
In training and thorouKhbred jearllncs. the prop
erty of James It. and W K Keene and other
owners were sold to-day In the Faslg-Tlpton
Compan'6 paddocks at hheepshead Uay.
T!toe bringing $7ijand over were as follows:
Doublet, ch. c. 3. IV Domino Lucy Wallace;
Doctor . W. Street. $1,300.
DanKerous Maid, ch f.. 3. by St. Ionanl
Hand Maid; Doctor S. W. Street. ILK).
Tilt, b c, 3. by Tournament Ceiito; Doctor
S. Street. ;.
The Itesent, n. it.. 2, by Domino Royal Gem;
William Ivkesland. 11.100.
Br. f.. by Chorister Otronella; J. It. Carr.
lroperty of Serodlnike Mlllstrea, 1 r. h.. S. by
Quicklime by Montrosa. F Welner. J70O
Washington. ScpU 8. roiecaat for Sunday an.l
Oklahoma ard Indian Territory Partly clouJy
pfnday, probably hower and tiiuniierftiurni?
and cvoler In altcmoon. Monilay fair; ar.able
Arkansas Fair Smduy and Monday, ecnt
hot at nUnt cr Monday; winds mostly east
erly. iiHnolF Fair; cortinued warm Sunday, Monday
fair, not so warm; itght frch lu northeast
Iowa Fair in eastern, probably showers or
ttundrstorms and cooler in western and central
l-Oitlons Sunday. Monday fair and variable
MiMouri Fair Sjnday, -XCT"it probably thun
derstorms and cool-r In western portion. Monday
fair; not to warm in east and B-outhtrrn "onions;
trly winds, becoming arlabie.
Xetrjska and Kdiuaj Showtr and thunder;
cooler Sunday. Monday fair, art able wind?.
St. Louis, yatunlay. Sept. 8, lfr.
, bwl a.m. C:-3 p.m.
I Therrncmtter, dgr ..". .;i $,
Kelatlve Humid.ty W 4J
xirvnon ui wina 2itz M-J
Vfloclij ot wind 3 ft
tatner at v a. m., cltar. tJ:5i p. m clar,
Maxim am tempratuie, V0. minimum temira
turt, 70. Hitr stage, 9 2 (ecu
It. J. IIYATT,
Local Kvrecaat UtilciaL
Department cf Agriculture. v'eather Bureau.
Mtt(.-ottIcslcal obseivnnoaa received at fct- l.oals
bepten.ber a, liv), at :s p. m. local unrc and
I p. xn. sevemy-llfth nteridiart time. Observation,
taaen at the same moment ot time at all statio.is.
Dlr. Bar. Tp.Mx.Pre. weather.
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Rapid City ...
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...B 29.86 H 93 .
.SE 29.90 92 96 .
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SB 29.78 fcS M ,
.SW 33.8S 74 78 .
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68 74 .02 Cloudy
indicates precipitation Inappreciable.
R. J. HYATT.
Local Korecaat OWcUL
, A'eiT Teiai Corporations.;
REPyifLIC SPECIAL. ' , .
Austin, Tex., Sept. 8.-The following char
ters were Hied by the Secretary of "State
The Nobles Bros." Grocer Company of
Amarillo. Tex.; capital stock. $39,000.
Tho Caldwell Grocer Company of Ennls,
Tex.; capital stock. .600.
CAPTAIN RICE AND
HINKEY IN THE COIN,
Veteran Owner of the Veteran ltev-
enue and the Honest Jockey
Scored in the First Uace.
BAKER FOULED NOBLEMAN.
Alice Turner Came to the Koscuo
of the Talent May's Had
Hide Let Orris Win
An excollent crowd and fine weather
Wes-cd Kinloch track yesterday. The racing
was in good order and in most cases tho
right horse scored.
In many ways It was a notable day.
Starting with tho find race, the remarkable
things began to happen. Hinkey. "bloomink
hold 'Ink." a Ed Fryar calls) him. won a
race. Then Captain Rice got a bit of the
money with Revenue. It Is many, many
days since "bloomink hold "Ink" and the
gallant Arkanan have been in the money.
"Hlnk" was so overjocd that he almost
fell off his horse. Al Lone, nt the end.
Curd Glllock gave the talent fits In the
record race when he beat the favorite. Tony
I.epping. in a gay gallop. GUIock warmed
up badly and seemed lame In front, but
when he thundered down the stretch he
looked like a race horse.
Ren ham was much the bet horw In the
third etent. Had he not been he would not
have won at nil. He wn pocketed at tho
stretch head, nnd Fallehy gae him a poor
finish. But lie was lucky and pool, and got
through there by s tvlng the public a lot of
money. Madlne. well liked, ran a ery bad
race here, ami the ride Crowhut gave EI
Canty never will got him much.
In the fifth event (here was a bad foul,
which Judge Burke failed to see. In a hard
strugsle down the Mretcli Mathews tried
to get Nobleman through on the mil. Mai,
on W. J. Baker, swerved Into Nobleman
and threw him out of his strld,- about two
length". Though May Is hardly good
tnough of a rider to be able to iiuriKoely
foul a horse. It did look like an Intential
foul at that. Others "aid that Mathews
gave Nobleman what Katie gave 1-cr false
switch a quick snatch but it looked as If
he rode a hard race and to win. Anyhow,
the foul was there, even if the Judge did
not see it. Baker won by a neck in a hot
drive. He was meant all right.
Maybe Ccloncl Chinn made a bad play
when he set McGinn down for his ride on
Pakcr last week, but it is not apparent that
he did. May's ride on this horse was so
good that one cannot help asking. Is be
imrpoi-eiv or naturally lncomiieiit" Raker
will bear watching hereafter. McGinn. Mc
Cnnn and others have riddtn him too often.
Mr. Benson's good mare Alice Turner
saved the plavcrs when s-he won tho fifth
nice In good t le from Malay, who ran a
In the final event May. who rode Baker
so well. Iot the race for Sprung by a try
bad ride. Orris and Sprung vtere at It an
eighth out. when May let go of the horse's
head. Sprung stopped d.-ad. Then he came
again when .May took hold of him, and ran
OrrN a hard race to tha wire. Sprung, with
a good ride, would have won". Little Waldo
gae Orris a nice ride.
First race, pu .e $.0). 3- ear-olds a"d up a art.
(tiling, six furlongs Al Lone, 113 Hlr.kr.vi. 4 to
1. won by ftur Itnytl-s, Dor-thce. lu (CWnrar).
7 to 6, second, Revenue, HO trov), 15 to 1, third.
Tine. l..;2. eljOe. HO (Fallehy). Kuby ltiky
lu7 (J. Jen s). Jack Willis. 107 (Irven), Al St kei.
Iu7 (llav); JIo-s lto.e. In) (Van Djsen). fcl.key,
Ivl (Grand); Domlnls. .01 (Howelll, and Heeler.
177 (Ltimtnick). 'tlzitshed as samed.
Second race, purse jtoo. 2- ear-old , six fur
lores Curd GUIock. Ill (Dcmmlck). 3 to 1, won
by two lengths, Tony Ltvping. Ill (Van Duseu),
even, second. Slerrlman. Ill tOrov.hurst). 3 to 1,
thiid. Time, 1:154 Marcla Dent, iwi (May),
Third race, puis" 1100. 3-year-.Id and upvvar'
selling, six furlona; lienham. :07 tFaliehv-i. 3 ti
1. won by three lenxtM; Klndied, lwi . Wtl
do). 4 to L second. Ed L.. U: (Van Lmse. ). b to
1. third. Time. 1:15. LI Oaney, 110 (Crowhurst).
Marie G Drown, ljj (May). Rushtlelds. lw (J.
Mathews)- Mona 15.. 1)7 (Domlnlck). Iris, 107
(W. KIley), and Majdli.e. Iu7 (Honed). linithed
Fourth race, purte $4-10, handicap. 3- ear-olds
and upward, six and one-half furlong. J.
Iaker. 94 (M05). 'j to 3. wi.n b half a lensib
Nobleman. 1C9 (4 Mathews). 2 to 1, .econd, III-Ivoc-ker,
93 (I)omln.ck). 2 to 1, third Time,
1:214 Hi-Ko.lw, 93 iCochran). Majrg'e DaviD,
HI iff. Waldo), anj I)rd Neville. li)4 (W. Klley).
hnlshed as named.
Filth race, purse SO), handicap. 3-year-olds
and upward, one and one-sixteenth roller Alice
TLr-'er. 94 (l)oinlnick). even, won by htlf a
lenrth; Malay. 103 (Cotum), 3 to 3. jeconl; Eu
,erla S.. 85 (Cotbran). 1J to 1. thlrj. Time. IMS.
Joe Di-uehty. SS W. Ualdo). also ran.
Sixth race, purs 14f. 3-year-olda and upwarl,
relllrg. one and one-eighth miles Orris. 95 (W
Waldo), tt 1. won by a length. Sprung, ss
(May). 2 to 1. second, Govvmor Poyd. 10 tDom
Inlci), 9 to S, third. Time. 1:57 Ladas. 105 (W
Kileyi. and Gilbert. lj (Watson), flnlshed as
Frlipo Sfukm xtiid I'tirnea
San Francisco. Cal.. Sept S -The announce
mtnt by Prlnte Poniatowskl of the plans cf the
new fcan Fralic.sco JCKke. Club for the comlnz
I winter reastn hns tteatel genera! Inteiest among
1 creeroen and others interested In nvolr.K.
. Italuh Toztr. the raclni? e-rttarv at th nw
arsociation. had the folloivlrg to say regarding
the stake;, and purses to b uttered.
Tlier TV til be alJOUt JJ.700 per day disbursed
tc cwrtr throughout the meetings of the clcb.
e.veut-tive days in all. Every Wedntfulay there
will be a stake, where the added mney is J750 or
upward, and every Saturday du.lng the meennits
cf the San Francisco Jockey Club a stake wlii
be contested for ranging In value from S2.5i to
"Tho r-rlneipal stakca offered are: The Amer-
1 lean Handicap. SJ.k'o added, n mile and an
I elshth; the (Sold Vase :l yJ and a gold vase
1 valued at JL'iOO added by the club, one mile, both
of these races be.ng for 3-year-o ds., a mile and
en eighth. 51.500 aided, th Chrlfltmaa Handicap,
for 3-year-uldn and upward. J3..KI added, a mile
and a quarter. Jutenle Champion Mike, for 2
j jour-olds. (l.iCO ad led. -ven furlong., the Win
ter Handicap, for S-jear-cid and upward. JlOoO
I added, a mile and a iuarter; the Eclipse Slakes,
, for 4-year-olds, a mil" ard three-quarte-e. 81, "WO
Aflm . ttin C 1 1 ft-. m I SViL, . 1. -- fillip
a mile and an eighth. 82.500 addel. the California 1
jjtriy. ror -vear-oms. a mile and a quarter,
' s.00 added: the Srrlng Handicap fo' 3-5 ear-olds
ard upward, a mile and a half. 3.fA) added, and
ine threat iTiai snaae. tor 3 ear-olus, live tur
kngs. $2,500 ad Jed."
HARNESS HOUSES AT THE FAIR.
The Axxopintltin Expect In lime the
Itc.t Snlky PnllrrM llcrr.
A four days' trotting and pacing meet will
be one of the leaning attractions of th St.
Louis Fair of 1. A programme of three
races eich day. three heats out of llv-. has
been Issued for Tu sday. Wednesday. Thurs
day and Friday of Fair Week. I'm set of
J for each raceTwIll be divided and shoull
attract an excellent class of trotters and
pacers to St. Ixiuls.
Independent of the regular prog'amme
President Aull has been In communication
with George H. Ketehum of Toledo, the
owner of the champion stallion. Croesus,
winner of the stallion championship itot
long ago, trotting a mile at Hartford, Conn.
In 2:0P;. and he has also written to Henry
Hamlin, owner of The Ablxrt. with a rec
ord of 2:(CVi to wagon. The object Is to
arrange a special match race for KIg Thurs
day of Fair Week between therp nrv lout
hits of horsefksh. Such a race will attract"
the attention ot tne entire country to St.
A race for the 2-)2 pacing clas w'll be
arranged. Joe Patchen. Searchllcht. Coney.
Anaconda and John R. Gentry will be ex
pected to meet In this race, and It will prove
one of the trreatest side-wheel events ever
held In the United Plates.
Superintendent of Spe?d A. K. T. Hoffman
is enthusiastic over the propects of the
coming harness meeting, and asserts: "As
it will follow the Springfield. III., ami Terro
Haute. Ind.. meetings, we are bound to have
the ljest class of trotters and pacers obtain
able in the West."
The following Is a programme of tho
Tuesday. October 22:33 trot. tCOO: 2:11
pace. 1590: 2:21 trot. KOO.
Wednesday! October 32:33 pace. fXO; 2:13
trot. J500; 2:18 pace, &00.
Thursday. October 42.-25 trot. $300: 2:0i
pace. $700; 2:11 trot. H00.
Friday. October 5 2:24 pace. J300; 2:1S trot.
$3; 2:10 pace. toOO.
TGAII LOWERS TRACK nECORD.
The "Wilkeavrood Marc I'nrm Mile at
Forest Park In 2il7:t-1.
The track pacing record for 1S99 and 1900
was lowered yesterday afternoon at tho
matinee races over the Gentlemen's Driv
ing Club track at Forest Park, the honor
falling to Teah, bay mare by Wllkeswood,
owned and driven by "Bert" Hoffman, sha
pacing the second heat In 2:17s4.
The second race on the card, what has
been named the "split-heat" feature, fur
nished the greatest contest of the after-
MAN'S MAIN MALADIES MASTERED
I Do Not Treat AH Dis
eases, But Cure All
I made tip my mind, soon after grad
uating from college, that no one man
was great enough to master the entire
field of medicine ami surgery. Many
physicians have tried to do this, but
they have met with results usually dis
appointing to themselves and often dls
utdroiu to their patients. For this rea
ron I determined carl- in my rrofts
slnnnl career to contlne my practice
sLrlctly to a single line of diseases, and
to originating and perfecting cures for
them. I therefore treat only what I
am absolutely certain that I can posi
tively cure to May cured VARICO
CELE. STRICTURE. CONTAGIOUS
IH.OOI) POISON. NERVO-SBXUAE
DEBILITY and all reflex complications
and associate diseases nnd weaknesses
of men. To these maladies alone twenty-three
of tho best years of my Hfo
have been earnestly devoted, and on
them all my faculties are concentrated.
My consultation and operating rooms
are thoroughly equipped with every sci
entific apparatus, .Instrument and device
essential to the most modern methods
of practice, nnd my references, both pro
fessional and financial, arc among tho
best citizens of St. Louis and vicinity,
who have been cured by me and made
happy. I want every afflicted man to
fully nnd freely Investigate my treat
ment. I ue no Belt. Specifics, Free
Samples. Trial Treatments, Electro
Medical Combinations or similar devices,
which do not and cannot cure diseases
peculiar to men. My education, my ex
perience, my conscience, condemn all
such quackery- I treat each case sepa
rately, scientifically, closely watching
It and carefully following its symptoms
with varied remedies through every
stage, and stake my reputation on the
result. The diseases that constitute my
specialties are mote fully commented
upon below, and are well worth the
careful perusal of all In need of medical
Whatever mity he the cause of Vari
cocele, its injurious effect is well known.
It depresses tho mind, weakens the body,
racks the nervous system, and ulti
mately leads to a complete loss of n-x-ual
power. If you are a victim of Vari
cocele, come to my ofllce and let me
explain to you my process of treating It.
You will then not wonder why I have
positively cured more than TOO cases of
this dire disease during the past twelve
months. Under my treatment the pa
tient Improves from the very beginning.
All pain Instantly ceases. Soreness and
swelling quickly subside. The pools of
stagnant blood are forced from the di
lated veins, which rapidly assume their
normal size, strength and soundness.
All Indications of disease and weakness
vanish completely, and in their stead
noon. King Mack, from the Spelbrink sta
bles, and driven by Mr. Edwards, won first
money after losing 'on heat to Angie.
owned and driven by, James E: Kenney.
The clasilfled pace wasanother split affair,
which was won by Drextcll, Jr.. owned nnd
driven by Doctor H. J. Dlonyslus. the first
heat going to Dollle McGregor, owned by
W G. Eversole and driven by "Bert" Hoff
man. The fourth race was a very tame
one. in which only two horses started, the
winner being Monnutta, entered by the Col
tnau Stock Farm and .handled by Frank
Teah b m (A. E. T. HorTmnn)
Al West, Jr.. b. k (liuia spelbrlnk). ..
Time i-.Wi. 2:17i.
Classified puree trot: .,,,,.
King Mack. b. g (Louis Spelbrlnk)....3
Ana.e. ch. in. (Ja E. Kenne) 1
Lucanla. C. b. m. (J. M. Uattle) 3
Hay Uatts. b. h. (L. Petersen)....
IVtlUesgold. b. h. (Coleman Stok FarmM
Tlrre 3.83. 2:23"4. S:. 2.S-''.
Classified pace: ...., , ,
. 1 1
urexien. jr.. en. w --...l "-.. : . r
Dollle McGregor, or. m. ivv. '' r-'''"''
Hilly Stemman. br. m. (P L. Hannlgan)..J
Hoxir. b. g. (Loals Spelbrlnk). .4
Katie H.. b. m.. (vm. I.oekain) 5
Time- 2:35. 2:2H. "Sf-
Mon.nutte. b. m. (Colman Stock Tarm)..,
MvrtI Mrague. ch. m. (Owen Shannon)
ume-..w. -..-7. , ,-.
Clem Weick's trotting gelding. A. W. Har
per that, under the careful management of
Al Dunn, has neier been beaten this year,
added two more races to his list at St.
Charles last week, and Is being put In condi
tion for the Fair Grounds races during Fair
Bruce Byrd. who usually drives the Ever
sole entries, met with a slight accident this
week, and was unable to get into the blk-'S
yesterday afternoon. ..,..
A new feature has been ndded to rext
Saturday's programme. It will be. for road
hfrses to runabouts, half-mile heats two In
th'ee. trotting, owners to drive. This, in
addition to the three regular races, viz clas
sified prize trot for Lucanla C, Ray Bates.
Angle. King Mack and Wllkesgold: classi
fied pace for Drextell, Jr.. DoIIie McGregor,
Billy Stelnman, Tom R... Governor C.,
Jennie Grattan. etc.; classified trot for "Vir
ginia B.. Mjrtle Sprague. Monnutta. Grace
lirreniiri Fnlr Closed.
Oreenup. lib. Sept. S. The twelfth annual fair
closed here to-day with the largest attendance
of any dav but one In the history of the fair.
Owlna to the broom corn harvest and busy sea
son with farmers, the exhibits were Unfit In
all departments. In the freti-for-all trot tj-jlay
Hay Chief won. Henry Clay second, and Tra
vIMa third. Dst time. ?J. Ira D. won a half
mile dnsh; Dean Swift won a half-mile dash;
I.nag won the mile and repeat, and Major rj
kertdge won the mile daeh Pally Brian won the
county hBlf-rolle dash.
FROM MASSACUC.SETTS Tl MEXICO.
George Purkr, IllcyclUt, TakliiK a
Georgo Parke, a bicyclist, who is travel
ing awheel from Stoneham. Mass.. to Mexico
City, Mex., passed through the city 5 euter
tlav. He hns covered 2.v27 miles since his
start on June 15 nnd will head for Cairo
upon leaving this city.
Parke I- a comparatively young man and
is a printer. Ills he-ilth failej him the
early part of the year and he determined to
recuptrute by taking a long trip on his
whfel. Tho results have b(en excellent up
to date and from his bronzed face and
sturdy appearaneo no one would Imagine
that his Journey wots tn quest of health.
Parke says that he has taken It easy on
tho trip und has had no difficulty In cover
ing at least twenty miles each day. usually
Increasing this number to the neighborhood
of thirty miles. On one or two occasions
when the weather has been line and tne
roads good, he has made century runs, but
as there fine streaks or road were mostly in
the East where hK health had not alto
gether como back to him. he was unable to
take advantage of them ill.
He expects to leave this city to-day and
will rde easily without trying to make time
In this hot weather. He is in no special
hurry but would like to make Mexico City
within six months of his departure to sat
Isfv himself and his friends.
For costume he has worn the regulation
bicycle suit with low riding shoes and a
light nannel shirt. He wears a broad
brimmed canvas hat. He will go through
Texas and will skirt the coast for some
time and will then follow the line of the
Southern Pacific Railway.
Bright') Disease Cared.
Catarrh of the kidneys quickly leads to
chronic Bright's disease. Peruna should
be taken at the appearance of the first
symptoms. If taken In the early stages of
tho disease Peruna is sure to cure every
Santa Fe Extension Approved.
Austin, Tex.. Sept. 8. The Attorney Gen
eral to-day approved an amendment to the
Charter of the Gulf. Colorado and Santa
Fe, providing for an extension of the road
from the eastern terminus In Liberty Coun
ty to a point on the Sabine River In New
W. A. COOK, M. D.,
Chief Consulting Specialist of the
COOK MEDICAL COMFY,
610 Olive Street,
come the pride, the power, and the
pleasure of perfect health and restored
It matters not how long you have suf
fered from sttlcture. nor how many dif
ferent doctors have disappointed you, I
will cure you Just as certainly as jou
come to me for treatment. I will not
do It by cutting or dilating. My treat
ment is new, entirely original with me.
and perfectly rainless. It completely
dissolves the stricture and permanently
removes every obstruction from tho
urinary passage. It stops every" unnat
ural discharge, allays all Inflammation,
reduces the prostate gland when en
larged, cleanses and heals the bladder
and kidneys when Irritated or congest
ed. Invigorates the sexual organs, and
restores health and soundness to every
part of the body affected by the disease.
Men. many of you are now reaping
the result of jour former folly. Your
manhood is failing, and will soon be
lost unless you do something for your
self. There Is no time to lose. Impo
lency, like all sexual diseases. Is never
on the standstill. With It you can make
II1TI 1 1 1 1 tH
Rise and Fall of the Rivers.
For the twent-four hours ending at 7 a. m.:
St. Louis. Saturday. Sept. S, 1""0.
DanK-r. Gaufe. Chantre.
It ttitversuurR- ........
Keokuk - -
Des Moines llaplda
R. J. IITATT,
Local Forecast Official.
City of Cllfion..
. . Peoria
John K. Speed
It. C Gunter
City of Memphis
William II. Grapevine....
The Mississippi at St. Louis will fall.
River nnd Uuslness.
Gauges In the harbor marked 9.2 feet j ester
day, showing a fall of .7 in twenty-four hours.
Traffic active and heavy, the outbound boats
clearing well patronized.
Weather clear and stlahtly cooler on the Levee.
Forecast to-day. probably showers.
Captain II i Farnslej, well known here,
is now at Cairo.
The John K. Speed got away for New Orleans
with n big trip.
Engineer J. J. Povey and Abe Rue have
arrived from Cairo.
Steamer R. C. Gunter cleared for Naples with
good patronage. Including a rumbwr of people
Captain Hunter Hen Jenkins- visited Altun on
bvstn-sa, making the trip up on the steamer
Steamer Rees I.ee cleared In the forenoon
for Memphis with a cabin register of forty
and good freight tonnaRe.
The Columbia departed for Chester and Inter
mediate points yesterday with large conisn
menta and a trip of people.
Steamer Grey Eagle departed for Chester anl
way points with a big caigo of both Irelght and
people. She got again Tuesday,
Steamer St. Paul arlved from Hurlington and
departed to Keokuk with a passenger trip of
seventy-five people and her freight-
Steamer Carrier discharged over 3.000 bags
of whiat and departed esiordav afternoon on
her return trip to Hamburg and Calhoun County.
The W. H. Grapevine went to the Ml'sosrl
River loaded down with St. Louts shipments,
lb boat la proving a moaej-maker in that trade.
Clem Nolle, formerly of the Diamond Jo
I. ne. ht. Louis, went to Memphis by rail yester
day to accept a berth as second clerk en the
steamer Kate Adams.
The Raid Eagle cleared for the Illinois Paver
and Peoria, taking out a heavy cargo and her
regular passeng-r patronage- The War Eagle
clears to Commerce Monday evening.
Commencing to-morrow, the steamer Colum
bia, now plying the Chester trade, will clear
from the Diamond Jo wharfboat and will re
ceive there dally, departing on Mondays. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
I The City of Clifton arrived from the Ten-
nesee Itlver wi n jtk.uw ieci ui lumuer. i.w
begs of wheat. 00 sacks of peanuts and a.
cargo of sundries. The boat also brought In a
big party cf excursionists. Steamer City of
Memphis cleared In that trade last evening.
The Clitton will return Wednesday evening.
The collier Caesar, en route for Chlra, has
arrived at Colombo.
Germany, France and Russia are .scouring
the Pacific Coast for transports,
From present indications United Stales coal
eporta thla year will amount to more than 320,
OUO.Ott). Great Britain has paid 60.000 marks for de
taining the German bark Hans Wagner In South
Incoming stcamshlpa due at New York to
day are: The La Hretagne from Havre: Neustrla
rhe Japanese liner Futaral Maru has been
reported wrecked on the Island of Mindanao; pas
sengers and crew saved.
It Is how thought that one section of the
Southern' Pacific" new wharves, at Oalveston will
be completed by September is. In that event
Slorcan Line steamers will begin running between
Galveston and New York at once,
Cincinnati. Sept. . River S.f feet: stationary.
St. Louis, Mo.
no compromI. Either you must mas
ter it or It will master you. and fill your
whole future with misery and Indescrib
able woe. I have treated so many cases
of this kind that I am as familiar with
them as jou are with the very daylight.
Once cured by me, you will never again
be bothered with emissions, drains, pre
matureness, small or weak organs, ner
vousness, failing memory", loss of ambi
tion, or other symptoms which rob you
of your manhood and absolutely unfit
j ou for study, business, pleasure or mar
riage. My treatment for weak men will
correct all these evils, and restore you
to what nature Intended a hale, healthy,
happy man, with physical, mental and
sexual powers complete.
Contagious Blood Poison.
On account of Its frightful hideous
ncss, contagious blood poison is com
monly called tho king of all venereal
diseases. It may be either hereditary
or contracted. Once the system fct
tainted with It, the disease may mani
fest itself In the form of scrofula, ecze
ma, rheumatic pains, stiff or swollen
Joints, eruption's or copper-colored spots
on face or body, little ulcers In the
mouth or on the tongue, sore throat,
swollen tonsils, falling out of the hair
or eyebrows, and finally n Ieprou3-Iik9
Fair; mercury S3.
Wheeling. W. Va.. Sept. f. River 1 foot S
CvansvlIIe. Ind.. Sept. 8. River 4.7 feet: fall
ing. Clear and hot.
Louisville. Ky.. Sept. 8. River falllrg. 3 feet
2 Inches In canal; 1 fjot 2 Inehes on the falls; 5
feet 6 Inches below locks.
Warsaw. III.. Sept. 8. Gauge reads 5.6 feet:
weather clear and hot Boats: Qulncy passed up
at 4 p. m.. Silver Crescent in and out on regular
Cape Girardeau. Mo.. Sept. 8. The city of clif
tcn up last night. The War Eagle down at noon,
clearing lor Commerce at 3 p. m. River on a
stand. Weather tot
Chester. II!., Sept. 8. River falling; gauge 6.9
feet: weather clear. Gereral H. L. Abbott up
at 5:30 p m. William It. King up at 7 a. m.
War Eagle down at midnight. Tender In ana
out en time.
Paducah. Kj.. Sept. 8. Tha gauge reads 3.7
feet and Is falling; weather hot, Dick Fowler to
Cairo at 8 a. tn. John S. Hopkins from Evans
ville at i p m. The Button! takes her place In
the Evacsvllle trade. Tennessee to Illverton at
7 p. m. The little boat Eur-ka sunk, lying at
the wharf. Bob Dudley from Clark-vllle.
Memphis. Tenn., Sept- 8. River marks 4.5 feet
on the gauge and on a stand for 21 hours.
Weather cloudy and hot. Temperature, fa de
grees The Lucile Nowland left at i this even
lrg for Vicksburg. and will remain In the trade.
Tne Peters Lee left at 5 thle evening for St,
Louis with fair trip. The IoVs.1 packets will ar
rive to-night with good cotton trips.
Grand Tower. 111.. Sept- 8. Genera! King down
at a:(o last night and passed up at 2 a. m.
light. City of Clitton up al 12 last night. War
Lagie down at 8:3.) a. m. J. Y. LockwooJ de
parted fer Crystal City at 2:20 p. m. with twelve
can of coal. Rees Lee due down. The gauge
rcaJa 10 4. a fall ot .3 tn the last twtntr-four
hours. Weather clear and hot,
St. Taul. Minn., Sept. 8. Steamer Dubuque left
here at 4 o'clock this Vternoon for St. Lou!.
Burlington. la.. Sept. 8. The reading of the
river gauge shows no change In the stage since
last report. The water la 3 feet 34 Inchea above
tow-water mark of 3SS4- Weather clear and
warmer. Boats up Douglas and Satellite. Down
Nertune and. Climax, with sixteen atrtngs lum
bsr: Ottumwa Belle. The steamer Qulncy will
be up to-night on the Itst trip of the season. The
W. J. Youn- and Klolse brought In many pas
Cairo. III.. Sept, 8. The river la stationary:
the gauge reads 11.2 feet; the weather la clear
and hot. with Indications favorable for rain.
The Wash Hocshell departed for St, Louis at 6:3.)
a. m.. with two barges ot lumber. The Dick
Fowler arrived and departed on time with fair
trip. She brought down 230 sacks of wheat to
day. She will come down with excursion to
morrow. The Peters Lee from Memphis, the
T II. Davis and Margaret from the Lower Mis
sissippi, the Rees Lee and City of Memphis and
lighthouse tender IJly will be due to-morrow
from St. Louis. The Condor will leave for the
Lower Mississippi Monday.
GOLF TOinXA.MKXT nESL'LTS.
Horn nf Plttaburn; JVon the Opens
From Hunter of .Mngam.
NIag.lra-on-the-I.ake. Ontario, Sept. S.
The Niagara international golf tournament
was continued here this afternoon, and the
winner of the opens was B. S. Horn of
Pittsburg, who defrated C. H. Hunter of
Niagara. 1 up and 13 holes. The consola
tion handicap hs "d for first place, and
the tie will b2 played oft Monday. All the
othe.- events were concluded.
Mrs. P- W. Wrlgnt TO 2 69
"Visa Carter jJ 14 3
Miss lltseell 9
Jtlss Fleischman J 3 i"
Miis Dickson , JO .. .0
Mis Scott J? J J
Mre. Irvine J 63
Jilts IJeddomo ' jj J JJ
Mrs. ftumard ...i " JJ
Mrs. Douelas .......................... o- js r.i
;il.s K. FlelHchmann - 86 18 68
Mls . Wright W Is t
II Lansing ? ,?
13 P. Fischer 97 1 87
E. 15. Howard J? JJ
S O Greening 1 1 J
E. Dlckscn - 93 9 97
A. C. Fobcu J 87
W. S. Jenny Vn it 91
Men's driving competition, direction and dls.
UnCe: 1st. 2d. 31. Ti.
r Hunter J;; " J ?!
B. s. Home " 172 ?)
". Wright 17 7 171 4
1). Dawson 1) 14 4
P. I. Creerar 1 33U
F. It. Martin 182 .. .. 12
It. O. Dickson 1" 1"
j H. Bums IS) .. I.. &
P. G. Wtilet 1 M W K
C O. Howard ..: 1M .. 154
Judge Ermatlager - ... " Jl
If. E. Avery 13 1 !" 4(3
E. Dickson .. 170 - 1;0
E. P. Fisher 1'8 .. LS 24
Indies' driving competition, direction and dis
tance: . ... mM ,
1st. 2d- 3d. Tl.
Mle. Dickson '-. S" J? .--. 1W
Mlsa Deddoroe H J Bi
Mrs. Wright -SI 3j0 K 37a
Miss (J. W. Wrltht 102 K .. 1.8
Miss blser tT7 lw
CLEVELAND HAS DECLINED.
Will Not Be a Member of Interuu
tiounl Board of Arbitration.
Washington. Sept. S. Ex-President Cleve
land has declined the President's appoint
ment as a member of the International
Board of Arbitration under The Hague
Ex-President Harrison baa accepted the
I Treat Hen Only, and J
Cure Them to Stay
decay of the flesh and bone. If you
have any of these or similar symptoms,
jou are cordially Invited to consult me
Immediately. If I find your fears are
unfounded. I will quickly unburden your 4.
mind. But if your constitution Is. in- f
fected with this virus. I will tell you T
so frankly and show you how to get rid
of it. My special treatment for conta- "r
gious blood poison Is practically the re- .
suit of my life work, nnd is Indorsed by .
tne best physicians of America and Eu- r
rope. It contains no dangerous drugs or
Injurious medicines of any kind. It goes
to the very bottom of the disease and
forces out every particlo or impurity.
Soon every sign and symptom of blood
poion disappear completely and forever.
uiuuu. tne tissue, tne flesh, the bones X
and the whole system are cleansed, purl- Hr
f.ed and restored to perfect health and
the patient prepared anew for the duties X
and pleasures of life.
In curing an ailment of any kind I
never fail to removo all reflex compli- X
cations or associate diseases. If the case T
Is Varicocele, the weakness caused by
It disappears. It It Is Stricture and has X
developed In Prostatic. Bladder or Kid-
ney affections, the injured organs are 1
a I restored to a perfectly healthful con- ?
d.tion. If R is contagious Blood Poison.
any and all Skin. Blood and Bone dls-
eases arising from the taint are entirely
and permanently eliminated from the t
system. It It is Impotency. the many
distressing symptoms following in Its 2
train and Indicating a premature decline -(
of physical, mental and sexual power j
are totally removed and rapidly replaced 2
by the youthful energy of robust man- t
hood. Hence all resulting Ills and reflex T
complications, which may be properly
termed associate diseases, and which, in
fact, are often moro serious than the
original ailment that gives rise to them ?
all, I say. disappear completely and T
forever with the cure of the mala mal- 2
Most cases can be treated successfully 3
at home. One nersonal visit t.
but if It fe Impossible or inconvenient
for you to call at my office, write mo a
full and unreserved history of your caste.
Plainly stating your symptoms. Physi
cians having stubborn cases to treat are
cordially Invited to consult me. I mako
no charcf fni- i.rivo- .. .
- . .a.v kuuiisej, ana inve 4.
o each patient a legal contract In writ- ?
Ing. backed by abundant capital, to hold
for my promise. Address all communl-
cations to W. A. COOK. M. D or to the
COOK MEDICAL COMPAN M0 OUve f
street. St. Louis. Mo. j?
J n : 1- wl" 7T changed to that of "Lurline "
cV-gmp?nyf'T"t'lry t $?T
tStr?m?r,G.1iET EA?LI7! ,a Irc of Cherokee.
Tt-JSSlur ""nJKJ" landing, leaves Tuesday,
Tt"??a3 -""- EVnr t i p. m.. from Eaili
Packet Company's wharfboat. making excur-
Ii?,5 J"9 t,nI2S.1? "If- ,n''," "11 berth In
eluded. HUNTER KEN JENSIN3. Agent-
LEE LINE EXCURSION.
Memphis and Rs!ur Onlr $12,
I5CLIUIXG MEALS ASD BERTH.
Bteamer KKES LEE leave rrldaya at i a. m.
Steamer PETKRi LF.3S leaves Tuesdays at
5h..rK Memphis and all way landings, takls
freight for Helena and Friar's rotat and Ar-
JJIH.. VlvJT ,0 Ml" B,Jff- Pboce Main 46A
and Kinloch A 112. Wharfboat, foot of Pine at.
J.MJ. E. MASdENOAUS. Agent.
r vn o Ufi,.t,ViV,
- VU.JVH, et. .Marys ana all way land
Ej, . 8TR. COLUMBIA
c,.., ?""" Jioreaya. Wednesdays ana
bo.? a?Ti,.H s - m : '""- Diamond Jo whSf"
& ar-'d"bfnnXfnUcrfu0d,,edra,e "' nmi trt
.Phone MCE-NCB aACDOA"- "".
PAfll.g l'CKET COMPAHT.
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Str. ST. PAUL
Leaves Tuesday. September 11. 4 p. m.
To B!rlint9i, li., anJ Rsturn $7.50.
M.0I.0I,. la., mi leturi $6.09.
Includlr.tr moalu and berth.
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DUBUQUE leaves Wednesday, September
12. 4 d. in.
Tef. uin 21 (7 A.
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ELESTISEK cllY OF CLIFTON
Will leave wharfboat. foot of Pine
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u. m . ror Care Girardeau. Calm.
Paducah and at! points on Tennee River ts
Waterloo. Ala. Excursion season now -pen: only
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Phones Ma.n (-5 A: Kinloch A 112.
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St. Louis and Hermann Weekly Packet.
-' Str. W. II. GRAPEVINE
Imot foot rf Cherry St.. Saturday. Sept, S.
at 5 re. m.. f-r -Washington. Hermann. Jetferaoa
City, Woltf" Point. Rocheport and ail way land.
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