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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1900.
DEATH TO SHAME,
TRIAL AS PRINCIPAL
IN THE GOEBEL MURDER.
WILD HORSES RAGE
THROUGH THE CITY.
The exca-ir. i.s of all Btlraz
lint?, te th..y alcoholic or drugs.
po-iiiv!y cured l- a new pro-
ers. Til cure i .Utcted xtlthout rain. Xt 1.
.Not a substitute'. tm :i;i antidote, and
)mtlU UP tht con-titutliio in a r'.u-1 ard vlsr
hus condition. For mil Informatlr n ca 1 or ad-di'n-.tV.H.iKXlSB.
Jlanasc-r. Naneti m HopitaU
3"il: Lyra Avenue. s-t. Ixtuls. Mo.
'Arrest od With Husband on Charge
of Circulating Obscene Matter
Through the Mails.
SHOT HERSELF BEFORE MIRROR.
United States Deputy Marshal
"Waited for Her in Adjoining
IJoom Doctor Xewland
Taken to Prison.
Galosburg. 111., Sept. IS. Overcome by
Krlef and shame because arrested on the
chance of circulatlnc obscene mitter
throuch the malls. Mrs. Maud A. New-
land shot and killed herself at her homo
i.tre this morning while a I'nlted States
Dcputj- Martial bct waiting for her In an
outer roup. For some time the people and
jost office hive been en tha trail of a cer
tain line ef improper matter that was be
in? sent threush the mail", first emanating
from Buffalo. N. Y.. later from Burllns
ton. 1 . and more recently from Gales
burs. It n:s traced. It It claimed, to Doc
tor Kredfri.'c I). Xevvland. a recent comer
to thK city.
Yeste-rday Tost Otnca Inspector K. W.
SleAfee and Deputy United States Slarshal
Tripp of I'eorta arrived here and summoned
Mrs. Nev.lund to the Test Oilice. She was
overcome with shame ami apparent re-nior-e
ar.d requested that she be allowed to
Ko to hir hrrie before beins placed un
Her request was cranted and the two of
ficers accompanied her there. She made a
strong plea not to be removed to a prison
cell, and after some discussion it was de
cided to allow her to remain In her own
home until the departure of the morning
train for Canton, w he-re she nnd her hus
band were to appear before United States
Commissioner Grant fcr a hearing.
Late In the evening her husbmd returned
from a trip out of the city, and was placed
under arrest also ar.d teken to hl3 home.
Slarshal Tripp locked the two in their
loom and stood guard ovtr them all niirht
In the morning Mrs. Xewland directed the
household aftairs a" uual, but when al
most time for the departure of the train
the became nervous and excited..
She finally grew composed, and. asking
to be excused to prepare for the trip, went
to her room. In a few minutes a revolver
hot was heard there, and the husband
and omcer found the woman dead with a
bullet through her heart, and the smoking
weapon in her hand.
She llred the shot in front of the mirror
and sank back on har bed to die, A
Coroner'6 Jury returned a terdlct of suicide,
due to despondency.
To-night the husband was taken to Can
ton for examination.
The arrest of the Xcwlands was made on
a warrant issued by United States Commis
sioner V. K. Humphrey of Chicago. They
have been conducting a correspondence
business in medicines adertlsed for female
complaints. Some of these letters fell into
the hands of the officials.
PRIEST SUES PRIEST.
Heavy Damages Asked From One
Keverend Father by Another.
Gloucester City.N. J..Sent. 1J. Widespread
interest Is felt among Roman Catholics In
the suit for J19.0W damages brought by the
Reverend Faihar Michael I. Curran against
rhe Reerend Poter L. Connelly, rector of
St. Mary's Church of this place. The charge
! malicious arrest and the case will be tried
at the present term of the CiU Court.
This proceeding Is the climax of a bitter
feud between the two prlestM, which had Its
oiigm 'n the crusaie of the Camden County
I.aw and Order League against the violators
of the Sunday liquor law In this town. A
5 ear ago Father Curran was serving a-i
curate tor Father Connelly. The latter waj
tne of the moat aggressive leaders In the
battle for Sunday closing. He repeatedly
ticcused his curate of failing to support
him In the movemert. Father Curran de
nied the charge of his superior and main
tained that he was simply devoting more
time to purely church work than to the
Relations between the two became
strained. Finally. Father Connelly accused
his curata of .threatening to assault him In
the beat of an argument that once arc-to
when mass was about to be celebrated. He
caused tha arrest of Father Curran, and
subsequently the latter -was suspended by
Bishop SIcFaul of Trenton. However, whoa
the cap came before the Grand Jury Father
ConneUy withdrew thn charee. which he ex
plained had been made on an impulse of tha
Father CTUrrnji. whn hn. hAen without n
charoa ever 33nee, subsequently brought suit
MET BY TALL SKELETON.
Villagers Declare They Have Seen
n Genuine Ghost
Bloomshurp, Pa., Sept. 13. The village of
ilordansvllle, this county. Is all agog with
excitement over the visits of a ghost which.
It is said, haunt3 the covtred bridge cross
ing Fishing Creek, at the eastern end of the
While two young men were driving acros3
the bridge a few evenings ago their horse
euddenly tstoppsi, refusing to go forward,
and showing every evidence o" fright, al
though they could seo nothing.
Becoming alarmed they called loudly for
sl3tance. and when some of the villagers
arrived, carrying lanterns, they declare they
eaw a large skeleton standing directly In
tt"ont of tho anlmaL The ghostly visitor w-3s
distinctly visible to both the young men In
Tee buggy as well as to the villagers, but
a the latter approached It slowly laded
When they had recovered from their
iright they came to the conclusion that a
trick had been played upon the'm. but an
jstarnlnatloii showed no etddence of it. and
the horse, quivering with fear, could hardly
be induced to pass tho spot.
Since that evening tile apparition has
been Been by several people. Its latest visit
being last night, when It nppeared to two
JutiB lrls who were going through the
roust, anu wno, although badly scared,
osscrt positively that they saw the skele
ton, which they declare was at least eight
feet In height.
The great majority of the residents of
that section believe firmly In tho apparition,
and trafilo over the bridge after nightfall
has become very light, many of the people
driving several miles to escape crossing It.
T0SSEDBY A MAD STEER.
Child Thrown Thirty Feet in Air
and l!adly Hurt.
Cincinnati O., Sapt. 13. A mad steer
created pandemonium last evening on Ha
mer street. Where It camo from is a mys
tery, but consternation followed It In Its
wild career down the street.
Little Frank Berger. who lives at No.
1M1 Pleasant street, was playing with other
children about 5:20 on Hnmcr street when
the steer hove In sight. Master Bexser, who
Is only S years old, started to run across the
thoroughfare to get away from the animal,
but his legs were not licet enough, and a
few seconds later he was hurled tnirty reel
in the air b the horns of the steer. The lit
tle fellow "was not gored, but when he
ptruck tho street again his head hit first
and two terrible gashes were cut in the
t-calp. Patrol No. 3 took him to the Clty
Hc.ndtal. where his wounds were dressed,
after which he was taken home.
Ills case Is not considered serious, though
lio hail a very close call. A number of
Third District pollco officers started in pur
suit of the steer, whl'h continued its course
over Ilamcr street. At the hour when the
frenzied animal passed along thousands of
children were playing In the streets, and
their screams followed It on its way. When
last seen by tho people on Ilamcr street
the steer was headed for Ohio avenue and
going at top speed.
DID NOT TELL HER MOTHER.
St Joseph Girl Secretly Marries
and Keniains Away.
St. Joseph. JIo.. Sept. 13. Frances Smith,
daughter of Sirs. JIary Smith, a widow,
disappeared Thursday and was supposed to
v lost. To-dav she was found by detecUves
lc another part of the city. She had mar- i
.Tied Charles IIerra. Kbe la 17 years 010. J
Jim Howard Pleaded Not Guilty Prisoner's Father Predicts
Rebellion Among Mountaineers If His Son Should
Be Sentenced to Death.
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Frankfort, Ky.. Sept. 11 "My son is in
nocent and will estnblih a strong alibi,
but If he should be convicted and s?ntenceil
to be hanged the people of the mountains
will not stand for it. and a rebellion is sure
Thus spoke old man Ilnl Howard, the fa
ther of Jim Howard, to the Keverend T. J.
Marksberry of Georgetown, a Baptist min
ister of the gospel. It Is believed to be the
old man's intention to bring a body of
tnountalncera to Frankfort In case ot a
conviction, to release his son.
The trial of Jim Howard began to-day,
both r!de announcing themselves ready.
The Indictment charges him directly with
the assassination of Governor GocbeL The
Jury is being chosen. A special venlro will
report to-morrow to complete the Jury,
Howard's attorney Is Carlo Little of Clay
County, a typical mountaineer.
Howard's companion Is Sheriff Beverly P.
White of Clay County, who has also been
Identified with the Baker-Howard feud.
Attorney Little filed a special demurrer to 1
POPULATION OF EAST ST. LOUIS
NEARLY DOUBLED IN TEN YEARS.
Census of 1900 Shows 29.655, Against 15,159 in 1890, a
Gain of 95.50 Per Cent.
Official census returns for the city of
Enst St. Louis, made public at Washing
ton yesterday, show that the Illinois annex
of the Mound City has made wonderful
Mrid;s within the last decade. The figures
ore U.C55, os against 15,1 In 1S, an in
crease of 14.4B5 Inhabitants, or 93.50 per
This record has not been surpassed by
any established city in the West or else
where, for that matter but the total popu
lation Is several thousands below the esti
mates based on recent school censuses, and
Is more or less of a disappointment. Mayor
M. SI. Stephens, who has served con
tinuously feince the last Government enu
meration, expected that his balllv.lck would
show a population of not less than 33,0)0.
His calculations were based on the voting
strtngth of the city, which is about ".OW.
The rule in large cities is five inhabitants
to each voter, and he did not think Kast
St. Louis would prove an exception to the
AGED FATHER IS ANXIOUS.
William Loose Hears Nothing
From His Sons in Galveston.
Tha Btorm at Galveston has been a source
of considerable worry to William Loose. 70
years old. who lives at No. . Colllnsvllle
avenue, Kast St. Louis. Ills two sons. Will
and John Loose, havo lived in Texas for
the last three years, and about a month
ago removed to Galveston.
As nothing has been heard from them
since the storm the old man is considerably
worried, as the two sons arc his only living
QUIETER DAY IN COTTON.
Market Closed Firm at a Few
Points' Further Advance.
New York, Sept. 13. Cotton futures
opened Irregular to-day. with prices up
from 4 to 17 points. Later prices eased off
for futures, but spot cotton touched lie a
Kurope continued to buy the fall and
winter months. Reports from Texas wero
of the most gloomy character and from
other parts of the cotton belt came stories
of reduced crop estimates, tardy picking
and a late crop.
Tho mark3t e'esed quiet, but firm, the
recessions being due to realizing sales by
UNION VETERAN LEGION.
Officers Elected and Gettysburg,
Fa., Selected for Xext Meeting.
Fort Wayne, Ind., Sept. 13. The national
encampment of tho Union Veteran Legion
to-day elected the following officers:
National commander. General W. R, Woo
fers, Philadelphia. Bo.: senior vice mm.
lngton. D. C; surgeon general, Henrv
Klemme, M. D., SL Louis; quartermaster
general. Thomas J. Hubbard. Philadelphia
Kxecutlve Committee Benj. D. Miner. In
dianapolis; Alex. S. Oliver. Sandusky. O.:
Thomas J. JIacGinley, Philadelphia; B. N.
Woodruff, Brooklyn; J. J. Sheppard. Louts-
Gettysburg, Pa., was chosen as the next
the. Indictment. It rilses the question of
"a party unknown to the- Grand Jury." ad
vising the defendant to do the shooUng.
The court did not pass upon the demurrer,
but called to the jury bo pe.tit Juror No.
1 of the regular panel. Howard was for
mally arraigned, and the Indictment read to
him br Clerk Ford.
"I am not guilty." coolly answered How
ard. Attorney Franklin asked that the court
pas-i upoa the demurrer filed by attorneys
for the defense. Judge Cantrlll did so, over
ruling It. The defense excepted.
The following Jurors were conditionally
accepted: Rodney Hawkins, James McDon
ald. Washington Cn:tc;htr, Mas.in B. Lucas,
WlckUffe A. Moore. Cahrin Hjydon. J. S.
Wilson, Fred Stafford. William Baker. tm
Lewis. Marine Webster. All are Democrats
and farmers. Calvin Haydon was chal
A special venire- will be present to-morrow,
when, after other challenges, the Jury
will be completed.
rule. That it did Is probably accounted for
by tho large percentago of unmarrleel rnen
who find employment In tho many large In
dustrial Institutions within the city.
When the Industrial census 'Is completed
Kust St. Louis will, no doubt, be found
very near the top of the list In ratio of
growth. Not only has tho city added plant
after plant to Its colony of manufacturing
enterprises, but the municipality has been
busy with molern improvements. Miles of
streets have been raised above high-water
level, almost every large building has been
elevated or reconstructed, and a magnificent
new City Hall stands on the site of tho one
that was destroyed by fire.
Betwe.cn the years 15S0 and ISM the city
grew only 5.5S4, or C3.13 per cent.
The population by wards, as shown by tho
present cersus Is: Ward 1, 1,043; ward 2,
4.S3; ward 3, 2,164; ward 4, 4JT5; ward 5,
5.0G3; ward 6, 4,235; ward 7, T.M3.
HERE AFTER PEYTON.
Slayer of Ilohsou to Be Taken to
Sheriff C. W. Jackson and Chief of Pollco
James Nclon of Sioux City. la., arrived In
St. Louis yesterday with requisition papers
for Frank Peyton, who has confessed thnt
he murdered John E. Robson, a Sioux City
contractor, in his ottlce December 29. 1S09.
The Sioux city officers expect to leavo
with their prisoner to-day. He Is under
sentence of three months In the Workhouse
on a burglary charge, and is held under an
JSOi) bond In another case. Judgo Clark of
tho Court ot Criminal Correction will to
day pardon Idm from the Workhouse, and a
continuance will be entered In the other
case. Peyton has become very nervous of
late, and Is anxious to leave his cell In tho
BIG FIRE AT PORT HURON.
Milling and Elevator Companies
Lost $225,000 Worth of Frorwrty.
Port Huron, Mich., Sept. 13. Fire at noon
to-day destroyed the entire plant owned by
the SIcMorran Milling Company, the l'ort
Huron and Northwestern Elevator Com
pany and D. SIcMorran & Co.
The loss will reach J223.UX): covered by
Insurance One hundred and fifty thousand
bushels of grain stored In the elevator Is a
LATEST RETURNS FROM MAINE.
Fractieally Complete, They Give
Hill a Plurality of :j:j,2t..
Lewiston. Sle.. Sept. 13. Returns received
from all but two of the 521 cities, towns and
plantations in the State show tho follow
ing vote for Governor:
Hill (Rep.). 73.1.-W.
Lord (Deni.). 39.011.
Rogers (Pro.). ii07.
Lcrmond (Socialist), 4.
The Republican plurality Is 33.243.
Illinois Mllltlo Orders.
Springfield, 111., Sept. 13.-Adjutant Gen
eral Reece to-day confirmed the following
elections In the First Division. First Ship's
Crew. Naval Slllitia of Illinois: F. A. At
kinson. Jr., to be Lieutenant, Junior grade;
Wirt A. Stevens, to b ensign, and Cecil
Page, to be ensign.
Honorable discharges from the military
service of the State were Issued to Seaman
C. a Babcock. First Division, First Shlp'a
Crew, and Seaman Martin Ebberson .
2ffit!rtto. Krst Ws cwr "klval
Herd of SS Leaves the Stock Y.irdi
and Takes Possession of Streets
in North St. Louis.
POLICEMEN ON A ROUND-UP.
Number of the Animals IJecapinivd
After a Lively Chase and lie
stored to the Owner No
One Is Injured.
A h rd of eighty-eight Imr.-is. cech lient
on trying to run fa-!er th.m the horse net
to him, trew a portion f N rth St. l)uls
into a pjnie ycMerd.ty nlttrroon.
About .l-l) o'clock, just :i4 the children
were going home from school, the maddened
animabi swept up V-r nir n :iemie at a
brenk-neek pace. They had stampeded ard
brukin loo-e from an inelosure i:i the sto.'k
yards at the foot of Itrcmen 14 venue. Ef
forts to check their wild r.iee were In vain
They ran tt on Bremen ncnue m frr
as Twentieth "treet, wlnre they separated,
scattering in eery dlrect'on. From tnat
time until late Iat night there continued a
genuine Western round-up. In which mem
bers ot the police force had excellent op
portunists to display th-ir horsemanship.
Small bunches of the herd were repeirted
captured from time to time in the after
noon and evening, until nt 11 o'clock all
but twelve of the truant horses were ac
counted for and returned to tho owners nt
the stock yards. Thews twelve were said to
be en Jefferson avenue, but tho search was
given up at 11 o'clock, to bo continued this
morning. SKteen wore captured at Main
and Dorcas streets.
No one was injured by the hnrse-j In their
mad flight. Just nt tho moment the henl
passed Eleventh street, however, several
hundred children wore pasdiKr the corner,
having Just been dl'-inl'sed from the Clay
School, but a block away. None of them
was Injured, as far a" the police were able
WOULDN'T BEAR MOVING.
Kaston Avenue House Collapsed in
the Hands of Contractor.
The house at Nc. 4031 Eaiton avenue,
which was occupied up to Tuesday by Mrs.
Sarah Howard, now reemblcs a shaky
"loan-to," and thereby hangs a tale.
The house Is a or.e-storj framo buildlpg,
tho front part being old. while the rear,
which Is uted as a kitchen, wa added more
recently. The lot lying Immediately west of
the Howard rcslderce Is ownd by a man
who recently decided to build a house
thereon. He employe.! a contractor, who,
upon Investigation, found that the founda
tion of the house occupied by the Howards
rested several lnchos oer tho lino to thu
It was decided to move the house back,
and with the aid of Jackscrews this was ac
complished with the front part. But when
me uiiempi was mane to pui tne Kiicnen
on stilts thero was trouble. After beins
raised n few feet It toppled and fell against
tho front portion of tho liouso and both
The plastering fell in large quantities and
pictures and furnituro were mlxd up In
discriminately. No one wai Injured, but
Sirs. Howard was compelled to gather up
such belonging.) as she could and tnko u;
temporary quarters with her father. Thom
as Brennan, who lives a few doors an ay.
ARRESTED IN MIDRIVER.
Detectives Ciillen and Shaw Effect
ed a "ovel Capture.
Special Officers Cullen and Shaw of tha
Filth District can capture a man on water
as well as on land. Yesterday they dis
covered Sllchael George, who was wanted
for a cutting affray in the Fifth District,
in a skiff in the middle of the river op
posite Bremen avenue. They went after
George In another skiff, and compelled him
to row back to the St. Louts side, wTTcn
they placed him under arrest.
George was wanted for cutting Joseph
Basel Wednesday night about ! o'clock.
Basel and Georgo quarreled at the foot of
Ange-lrodt street about money matters.
Guorge drow a knife, and stabbed Basel, In
lllctlug a serious wound In the right .side.
He escaped at tho time. Basel is at the
City Hospital In a serious condition.
George Is 4 years old and lives at tho
foot of Destrehnn street. He Is a laborer.
Basel Is a fireman. 2i jears old, and lives
at No. 4244 North Broadway. A warrant for
assault to kill will be applied for against
SAYS SHE WILL PROSECUTE.
"Wife of 0. A. liorden Secures War
rant Charging Abandonment.
A warrant charging abandonment was Is
mieil yesterday against Orlando A. Borden
of No. 701 North Seconil street on the ap
plication of his wife, who lives at Hotel
Garni, Jefferson avenue nnd Olive street,
Tho couple came from Cincinnati, and Sirs.
Borden is practically without frienda or rela
tives. "Sly husband left me about a j'ear ago,"
she said last night, "and ilnce that time I
havo been obliged to shift for myself. Wo
were married In Cincinnati four years ago.
Sly husband brought me here, where I iim
absolutely a stranger. I intend to prose
cuto him. Wc have no children."
A reporter called nt Sir. Borden'a rooms,
but could learn nothlns of him further
than that ho slept there at night.
3IASS SIGHTING IX SiOnTHE.ND.
Larsce Crowd Applauded "Roasts"
A mass meeting of the Democrats of tho
North End was held last night at the Nortli
St. Louis Turner Hall, Twentieth and Salis
bury streets. A large crowd listened to
speeches bv Congressmen C. F. Cochran
and C. D. Vandlver and Joseph W. Folk.
It was late when Congresman Cochran ar
rived. He had spoken earlier In the even
ing on tho South Side. A good crowd
awaited his arrival, however. All tho speak
ers took the same general topic, outlining
tho principles of the Democratic party, and
e-xplalnlng the situation In both State and
SIcKinley and the Republican partj- In
general wero the recipients of a great deal
of "roasting." Joseph W. Folk spoke at
length on the evils of the cit.v administra
tion, and urged tho voters to be careful at
the polls this fall. Congressman Cochran
dwelt more on the situation In the State
and national politics.
SENATOR SlOltTOX ENTHUSIASTIC.
Says North Missouri Will Show Larue
Senator John F. Slorton of Ray Countj
was at Democratic headquarters yesterdaj.
He Is enthusiastic over the outlook In North
Slissouri. He declares tho laboring men aro
flocking to the. Dockcry banner in great
numliers, and that tho Republicans in con
sequenco have lost heart In the campaign.
"Thero Is no question that there will be a
general desertion from the Republican
ranks this fall," said he. "From our stand
point we havo caue for groat rejoicing all
along the line. The prospect for an ln
ercafied Democratic votn is the best In
J'oars. The farmers are particularly awako
to the ev.Is of tho trusts, and will help
ndminlstcr to the Republicans a severe
drubbing. The State ticket is making manv
Democrats, and 1 believe we will have a
much greater majoritj- than w- had four
Dockcry at Hannibal.
Hann.bal, SIo.. Sept. 13. A. SI. Dockerj"
ami Doraey W. Shackleford addressed an
Immense audience at the Park Opera-house
In this cltj- to-night.
The house seats 1,200 persons, an(j jt waa
not half large enough for the throng that
applied for admittance. The speeches were
strong anel unanswerable, and the hearty
iiuuuse tnaicaieu mat ui ieopio or iian
.j. luuiVa-cu imu ..... i...jv Ul 41111 i'
are in hearty accord .with Demo- I
HOCK CHURCH LAWN PARTV-A
lawn party will be given on Friday on tho
grounds adjoining the Sodality hall of
Rock Church for the benefit of tho new
ichoul of the parish.
OILHOUSi: BURNHD-An oilhouse of tho
Bell Telephone Company at Vandevcnter
avenue and Frisco Hacks was destroyed by
llro lat night. The loss is estimated at
1W. The origin of the lire is unknown.
liee were asked jesterday to locate
Llndley, 11 years old. who lives at No. 1701
O' Fallon street. His brother. Percy, said
that he think.s Willie- h..s gone to East St.
Louis. The boy has disappeared from home
INCORPORATED-The II. 0?tter Grocery
Company je.Merduy filed articles of incor
poration with Recorder li.ihn. The paid-in
capital of J10.Wi is divided into lfj shares
of $1(0 each. Henry Oetter holds ninety
four shares, Annie Oetter one and William
A. C Halwe five.
MUSICIANS TO CELEBRATE Tha Slu
siciam,' .Mutual Be-ncilt Association will
cele-l.rate Its fifteenth anniversary at noon
to-day at Its headquarters. No. V)i Market
street. An interesting programme has been
arranged. Refre-shments will be sere-d and
Professeir Sejmour's band will give a con
cert. REIT BLICAN HOUSE-WA RSI ING Tho
formal nous -warming of the St. Iuis Re
publle.in Club will be held this evening at
the club headquarters. No. 811 North Van
devcnter avenue. Addresses on the issues
of the day will be made by Slajor Wllli-im
Winner of Kansas City. D I. Dyer and
Geeirge I). Reynolds of this city.
LAWN PARTY AND KUCHRE-The
young ladles of the Visitation Parish will
gnu a lawn party and progressive euchre
this evening on the lawn adjoining the pa
roehial residence. Costly and beautiful
prizes will be given. Dancing will be en
Jojed during the entire evening, and will In
no way interfere with the euchre.
FINED FOR "SIASniNO" Walter H.
Bennett, a young Iran who board, on
Washington avenue ne-ar Fifteenth street.
was fined Vi) in the First District Police
Co-irt yesterday morning for "mashing" in
Union Station. On Wednesday evening he
sat down by the side of Ida Fe'Chiin, 15
years old of LIndenwood. St. Ixiuis County,
and tried to engage her In conversation.
Stephens has honored requisition papers
In the case of James Murphy, it prisoner In
Jail here, who Is wanted at Edwardsville.
III., on a charge of grand larceny. Circuit
Attorney Eggers holds several warrants
against him here. Eelwards Marshall and
hnwiinl t. Mayo, who are wanted on the
same charge, have been taken to Edwards
ville. ANOTHER EDITOR .MARRIES V.. Gor-
flon Kara, editor of thn llentno Wnrshnv.
Is married. He followed a precedent estab
lished by the editor of the Bunceton
Tribuno a few weeks ago- Sir. Ka;p with
his bride, who was SIIss Slabel Johnston of
Boonviile. arrived in St. Louis yesterday.
He Is stooping at the Laclede. The couple
will spend their honcjmon sightseeing in
JOPLIN ORES AT THE EX.-A fine dis
play of zinc and lead oro from the mines
around Joplin will be made at the Exposi
tion. Five tons of ore specimens have al
ready been shipped. The collection was
made for the Jonlln Commercial Club, un
der the (supervision of f. O. Frye. It will
be one of the I.irge-st displays of Slitsourl
minerals ever exhibited.
SIXTH STREET I.MrROVERS The
Sixth Street Improvement Association mot
yesterday afternoon at the IJndell Hotel.
Owing to tho absence of several members
the meeting adjourned early. Plans for tha
Improvement of the street were discussed.
General satisfaction was expressed at tho
Improved conditions that havo prevailed
along the street since the association was
BICYCLIST INJURED-E. L. Wells, who
lives on Kentucky avenue near tho SIls
sourl Pacific railroad tracks, fell from his
bicycle while crossing tho tracks at noon
jesterday and received injuries which the
doctors nt tho City Hospital say may prove
fatal. Wells was unconscious when taken to
the hospital yesterday. Doctor Nietert said
he was suffering from concussion of the
REUNION OF ENGINEERS-Company A
of the engineers or the Third United States
Volunteers will hold a reunion at RInkel's
Grove on Sunday afternoon. September 23.
This will be the first reunion of Uie com
pany since their mustering out on Slay 17.
ISM. Tho company saw service at Plnar
del Rio In Cuba during the Spanish war, H.
Linton Reber then being Captain. Tho
present Captain is S. L. Crecillus.
FEARED A CHARIVARI-John Zclp. a
grocer at No. 4- Uncoln avenue-, and Sirs.
Hattie Gandek were married at Alton J'es
terdav afternoon by Justice Francis
Brandcw eide. The marriage was the second
for both bride and bridegroom. They told
Judgo Brandewelde that thej- went to Alton
to wed becauso the- wished to avoid a
charivari. Thej- returned homo after the
wedding and the charivari, they expected,
did not occur last night.
TO ISIPROVE SIDEWALKS-Actlng
Street Commissioner Hemenway has the
full force of Inspectors nt work In inspect
ing sidewalks In all parts of the city for
in-; iiuijsje in isr-uuiK oruers eo properiy
owners whore sidewalks are deemed un
safe to construct new sidewalks. Sir. Hem-enwaj-
says the city has been otllged to nav
so many damage suits for accidents tnat
havo occurred In consequence of bnd walks
that the City Counsolor has demanded that
every effort be made to have walks Ira
Proved. FIRE CHIEF JN COLLISION-Henrj'
Schoppe. an assistant lire chief, stationed
at engine-house No. 25. and Ben Shelb-, a
fireman, while responding to an alarm of
fire in the ciders buggj- j-esterd.ij- after
noon, colli'led with car No. 212 of the North
ern Central division, at Twentj'-second and
Blddle streets. Tho buggy- was slight! j
damagetl. ar-d both men wero thrown to
the stioct. The car was In charge of Con
ductor Frank Hawey and Stotorman Chris
RECOSlSIENDED FOR CLERKSHIP
Nathaniel McDonald has been recommend
ed by Jumes 1L Graj Clerk of tho United
State.-. Circuit Court, for tho chief deputj
clerkship of that court. Tho recommenda
tion was made In form to Judge Amos
M. Thaj-cr jesterday. The matter of the
appointment of a new United States Com-mii-Bioner.
which office Is at present held
by Sir. Graj-. will not be taken up until the
return of Judge Elmer B. Adams. Ho is ex
pected here about September 26.
CAPTURED CLOTH THIEF-When Ida
Wolf. 15 years old. employed by tho West
ern Corset Company at No. C7 North
Tenth street, entered the basement of the
factory Just after the noon hour yesterday.
she met a burly negro. He was in the act
of carrying off several bolt3 of cloth. Her
cries frightened the negro. He fled, with
tho employes In pursuit. Officer Coyne of
the Sixth District was passing the corner
of Eighth nnd Carr streets when he saw tho
fugitive and arrested him. Ho gave the
name of Henrj- Hall.
DUEL WITH REVOLVERS-Hcnry Har
rison and Frank Griggs, two negroes,
fought a duel with pistols last night In
Barney BeikeVs saloon at Twelfth and
Slorgan streets. Several shots were fired
and ono of the bullets struck Henry John
son, a negro, in tho right side of the back.
Tho principals wero not injured and made
their escape. Harrison lives at No 1IU
Carr street ar.d Griggs at No. 70S North
Twelfth street. Johnson's Injuries were
dressed at the City Dispensary and are not
CUTTING AFFRAY-James Conley a
coachman, living at No. 3738 Pine street, U
at tho City Hospital under treatment for a
stab wound under the left arm received in
a fight with four unknown men In the allej
near Thirteenth street between line and
Chestnut streets. Shortlj- nfter the affraj
John Shuara of No. 3726 line street was
found at tho Citj' Dispensary, where he was
having a knife wound dressed. Ho admit
ted having been with Conley. Walter
Shaw. John Rclllj', William Quintan, James
Shiels and James Barry were arrested and
locked up nt the Central District Police
Station pending investigation.
HOUSEKEEPER HIS BENEFICIARY
The will e)f Violin Cook was filed for pro
bate jesterday. He left his possessions In
cluding the furnishings in the premises at
the northeast corner of Sixth and Carr
streets, valued at al-aut JIOO, to his house
keeper, Leathe Jefferson. Public Admin
istrator Wllliaim C. Richardson, learning
of Cook's eleath some days ago, took out
letters of administration. Tho will being
found later, the letters of admlnstratlon
were revoked and tho will filed for probate.
Leathe Jefferson was named as executor
without bond In the will, but sho declined
BANKRUPTCY PETITION A petition
In voluntary bankruptcy was filed yesterday
In the United States District Court by
nenrire. W. KurtZebOm Of No. MIR Rnrtmpr
n..An..A n.Aalldn. rt .1.A MnnnJ fl... U.wf I
-l-l.. j- .,. .,iu muuiiu Nlljf U4IU- I
ware Company. The schedule accompanj-- I
in tho petition shows lUblUUes araounUag '
to J3j.73C.jO. against Jl?.133 assets. The
petition is filed by Mr. Kurtzcborn as an in
dividual, and has no relation whatever to
the firm of which he is president. Last
night Sir. Kurtseborn. when s'n by a Re
public reporter, would not dlcus the pe
tition further than that It had no bearing
whatever on the solvency of tho Slound
City Hardware Company.
CHARTER ANNULMENT CASE The
hearing in the case of the State of SIl.s-i-ouri
against the Contir.e-ntal Tobacco
Company to annul its charter in tho State
was to have been held hdore Commissioner
J. P. Butler of Jlilan In the office of Bovle,
Prle3t & Lehmann jesterday. The plain
tiff was represented by Attorney General
Crow nnd Assistant Attorncj- General
Sam Jeffries. Messrs Rnjlc, Priest ic
Lehmann. attorneys for the trust, asked
that the bearing be postponed, oving to the
absence- of Attorney Fuller of New York,
who Is the principal attorney for that cor
poration. Sir. "row protfsted against an
other potpar.eme nt of the case, but Judge
Butler adjourned the hearing until Novem
ber 3. at which time it will e-ome up at Jef
ferson Citj-. J. 11. Duke, president, and W.
11. SIcAllster. secrctarj-. of the Continental
Tobacco Company, have been cited to ap
pear at tho hearing to give a reason why
the trust should not be barred from doing
business in the State.
IN THE COUNTY.
Starrlage licenses were issued at Cla--ton
jesterday to Louis F. F. Jodd and Paul
ine Bucher of St. Louis and to Henry Otto
ami Caroline .Minna or Last St. iuis.
Sirs. Jimes Westboj- of Andalusia.
Rock Island County. Hi., wrote to Recorder
of Deeds Es-sen jesterdaj- inquiring If a
marriage u.-ense had been Issued In 1SI7 or
ISIS to Samuel Btirgoyne and a woman giv
ing the namo of Margaret Vaun or Vaughn.
As this was before the- city and countj- were
st-parate-i Sir. Ess-?n referred his Inquirer
to the city marriage license office.
County Clerk Helmerlng reveivexl a let
ter yesterday from Charles SI. Gamblln of
Larlington. Kj-.. in w hich the writer wants
to know If he Is heir to a fortuno In St.
Loui.s County. He said that his uncle. lien
Jimln E. Franklin, had enlisted in the Slex
ican War from Hopkins County. Kentucky,
and on Its closo returne-d to his native
State, but shortlj' afterward he emigrated
to Slissouri and settled on bounty land.
Some twelve or fourteen j'ears ago, tho
writer saj-s. the Sheriff of St. Louis County
wroto to the Sheriff at Earlington Inform
ing him that both Franklin and his son
were elead ar.d that his estate was at tha
disposal of the legal heirs. Gamblln claims
to be one of there, and saj-s that he only
heard of his uncle-'s death a few daj's ago.
Mr. Helmerlng looked up the records, but
could not find the estate to which Gamblln
FILIPINOS ARE CONFIDENT.
Laujrh at Threats of Americans to
Pursue Them to the Hills.
Washington. Sept. 13. The Postmaster
General has received from F. W. Vatlle,
Director General cf Posts in the Philip
pines, copies of two undated proclamations,
one bj- tne American I'eace Commissioners
and the other bj- the Insurgents, issued
presumably just before the last mall left
the islands for the United States.
Tho American proclamation was of a
pacific character, but warned the natives
that thej- had nothing to expect from con
tinued opposition to the American occupa
tion. It promised free transportation home
to all insurgents who surrendered their
arms .ana directed the confiscation or all
money nnd hemp belonging to the Insurgent
Government. The natives were notified that
tho American soldiers were expected to pay
for everj thing they obtained from the Fili
pinos In the waj- of food and supplies, and
requested the natives to report anj case of
looting or extortion to the nearest military
The Filipino proclamation issued in reply
to this announced that for a period of ten
daj-s amnesty would be extended to all
Filipino Fples In the employ of the Ameri
can forces ir thej- presented themselves to
the Insurgent military or civil authorities.
A single exception was toade in the case of
one Slarcello Ablnsay, who waa denounced
as an outlaw beyond the pale, and a re
ward was offered for his apprehension,
dead or alive, while the death penalty was
pronounced against any one found In his
tumpany an me time or nia capture.
The proclamation further declared that
all the threats of Americans of pursuing
tho insurgents to the hills were Idle, as the
American forces were short of food and
ammunition, and had received no re-enforcements
for many months.
SEARCH FOR B?SCHAWACKER.
Anxious Wife Reports That lie lias
Been Missing Since Sunday.
Sirs. B. Schawacker of No. 321.1 Missouri
nvenue called at the Second District Police
Station j-csterday and requested Captain
Schroeder to locate her husband, who has
been missing slnco last Saturday. There is
no clew to the man's whereabouts, nor is
anj- reason assigned for his disappearance.
Several times during the last four weeks
ho told his wife that he was working in a
white lead works at Slain and Lombard
streets, and everj' day he would leave tho
house as if to go to work, returning about
5 o'clock. When ho did not return on Slon
da SIr9. Schawacker visited the lead works
in search of him and learned that he had
never been employed there.
Previous to his announcement of his em
ployment at the lead works, ho had seemed
despondent, but Sirs. Schawacker believes
that he was of too easy-going a disposi
tion to attempt suicide. She can give no
reason for his deceiving her as regards his
Hchawacxer Is 5 reel 4 incnes in nengnt
and weighs about 1Ci pounds. He was clean
shaven except for a sand.v mustache, slight
ly streaked with graj He was dressed In
a blue sack coat, striped dark trousers,
whlto shirt and light felt hat when he left
homo last Sundaj-. He Is 4i years of age.
CROWDS AT BELLEVILLE FAIR.
St. Louisans in Evidence Chrysan
themum Club's Party.
Yesterday was big Thursday at tho Belle
villo Street Fair nnd the largest crowd that
has ever attended the carnival was pres
ent to witness the flower parade and fes
tivities. It being St. iouls Day also, a
great many persons from this side of tho
river were present
Under the auspice of the Young Ladles'
Chrysanthemum Club of this citj-. a party
of young folks will attend tho cnrnlval to
night. The trip will be made In a band
wagon. A string band will furnish music
and each member of the partj- will bo
armed "with a tin horn. The wagon will
bo well stocked with refreshments.
The partj' will be made up of the follow
ing j-ounsr folks:
SUsses Katheryne Sullivan, Ruth Atkin
son. Slnmlo Greeley, Nellie V. Griffin. Nel
lie DuFour, Sladio Kclley, Nellie Donohue.
Slarguerlto Dockerj'. Dolllo Reynolds. Slln
nctte Wulze, Slav- Weihel and Rose WelbeL
Jlessrs. John Hlgglns, Ted Deters, Joseph
Laux, Charles Parker. John Slurphy, Dan
iel Griffin, William Slacale, Edward Ham
mcrsteln, Clarenco Noonan. Clarence Sta
tion. Ed Martin and lly. Williams.
REVISED NAMe'aND BY-LAWS.
North St. Louis Business Men "Will
Also Help Texas Sufferers.
The North St. Louis Early Closing and
Business Slen's Association held a large
and enthusiastic meeting last night nt So
cial Turner Hall, corner of Thirteenth and
Slonroe streets. Frank Brod was chairman
of the meeting and Albert E. Glauber sec
retarj'. Reports from the various commit
tees In charge of the picnic given recently
were received and approved.
The revision of the by-laws of the asso
ciation occupied the attention of the meet
ing for the greater part of the evening. As
a result of the revision the namo or the
association was changed. The name hence
forth will be the North St. Louis Business
Fifty dollars was subscribed during tho
meeting for tho relief of the Galveston suf
ferers. This Is but a starter. Slore will be
subscribed as soon as the lists can be
passed around. Twenty-eight now- mem
bers were enrolled, making iho total upward
Jefferson Citj-. SIo.. Sept. 13. A baby
show that has set the town bj- the ears for
a week occurred on the lawn of the Exec
utive Slansion this afternoon. Forty ba
bies were entered.
For bov over 1 j-car W. J. Chambllss. Jr..
son of W. J. Chambllss of the Secretary of
State's office, was awarded tho first prize;
boy under 1 j'car. first prize. Jack Hogg,
son of Sir. and Sirs. Ed R. Hogs: girl over
1 year, first prize. Kathrj'n Dallmeyer,
daughter of Sir. and Mrs. W. A. Dallmeyer;
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DRESSY SEPARATE WAIST.
Frcuchy Design for a lindice of
Mousseline and Velvet.
Slauve ladles cloth. violet velvet and ivory
moufellne are here artistically combined to
develop an attractive waist in bolero effect.
The glove-fit:ed lining of white taffeta Is
fcathcrbonetl on the seams and darts, open
ing in the center front.
The full front Is Included in the shoulder
and undcr-arm seams of lining anel the fit
ted girdle of velvet Is also arranged on the
The bolero Is adjusted with shoulder and
undcr-arm seams and the back cut up to
show the girdle.
The lower edge of the front is of unique
pointed shaping. The bolero is outlined
BOaS-LADIES' FANCY WAIST.
32. 34. S6. 33 3ad 40 inch bust
with a narrow velvet band and large Jew
eled buttons are decoratlvelj- applied. Tha
sectional velvet collar flares stylishly and
displays the plain stock beneath.
A shoulder draperj- is fastened in front ot
the sleeves. It fails' In soft folds and Is
caught to the bolero wltn medallions to
match tho buttons. This drapery may bo
The two-piece sleeves are close flttiny.
slightly bell at the hand, where they are
finished with a band of velvet.
Attractive waists in this mode may bo
developed In Venetian. Lnnsdowne. poplin,
covert, dlagcnal or broadcloth, with silk,
applique, crepe de Chine, chiffon, panne or
velvet for trimming
To make the waist In the medium size
will require one and three-fourths yards of
forty-four-inch material, with one yard of
twcntj--two-inch material for full fronts and
three-fourths j-ard of velvet. The pattern.
No. S0S2. is cut in sizes for a 32. 34. 36, 3S and
40 Inch bust measure.
Any one wishing the latest style
patterns may obtain them by calling
at ROOM 20, Second Floor, Repub
lic Building, Seventh and Olive.
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED.
Ladies' Auxiliary of Sons of Vet
erans Completes Its Work.
Syracuse. N. T.. Sept. 18. Tho Ladles'
Auxiliary of tho Sonn of Veterans com
pleted election of officers to-day. aa follows i
Treasurer, Kate Hardcastle, PnUaaelphlft;
secretary. Sirs. Julia A. Slonyhan of
Rochester: chief of staff, Nellie P. Hertt.
Canton. O.: chaplain, Roso White, Waldo
boro, Sle.; Inspector. Leonora Illvcjo. Bris
tol. Vt: mustering and installing officer.
Jennie SIcBride. Patemon, N. J.: judge. ad
vocate. General William Slonyhan, Rocl
BIG TRUST REACHING OUT. 5
Standard Oil Company Seeks Cone
trol of Cheshire Salt Trade.
London, Sept. 1 1. It is reported from
Norwich that the Standard Oil Company Is
trying to obtain control of tho Cheabix
AVhat He- SnlA to Ilia Street heart.
That he would po to the Globe, Seventh
and Franklin avenue, and buy one of thos
handsomo suits that are being sold at tSfS.
r.0. $li50 and $15. They are J10 and W
Illinois Democrats Organise.
Mount Pulaski, III.. Sept. 13. Tb Demo
crats organized a township club here to
night, ntxnlng it "Tho Bryan-AIshuler and
Caldwell Club." Lawrence B. Strlmjer of
Lincoln made an address before a large
Uttle Liver Pills.
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