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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1900.
Free Trial of a New Home Cure No
Pain, Operation or Loss 01
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homeT speedily and surely. There Is no ope
ration, no pain, no lettlns? of blood, but a
Suck relief and a rapid. W?1 &&
fs such a brilliant discovery, so Different
from the worthless 8us,pcnsorles and up
norters that every man hould sena ai u"
For a"ree trial of the method to y be
gin curlnc himself In the privacy of his own
writing to Doctor W. S. nice R.
se e&vm.s- i'ede z$?
free trial of the method that will enable
every sufferer to cure himself at home. Do
"ot fall to write at once, arlcoccle Is a
very dangerous aiseasn.
BIG FOUR ROUTE, SEPT. 15.
Harr'B are showing nanasomo ..." ",'-"
Ajbdr for the Fall and Winter o : lScu. Lverj
-Sdepartment bus raaue eiiwi""'j .-""-to
prepare for the bUblest season In the his
- i tf-.riu ecit'nn l.- advise a.
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.WACARTHUR'S CASUALTY LIST.
Host of American Soldiers Have
Died From Disease and Accident.
Washington. Sept. li-The War Depart
ment baa received the following casualty
list from General MacArthuf.
Manila. Sept, IL Adjutant General. Viasn
lngton. The following deaths have occurred
elnce last repart; .. .
Dysentery June 33. Company E. J-ot-tieth
Infantry. Jjmes W. Sears; September
7, Company 1. Thirty-seventh Infantry.
Archie k-lllott; September 2. Company B.
Thirty-ninth Infantry. Winnie Johnson;
September 4. Company D. Sixteenth Infan
try. Quartermaster w;rpeant John l.eiss;
September 1. Compacv E, Thirtieth Infan
try, Edward li. Hegel; August 22. George
W. Scott. Company U Eleventh Infantry.
Kdnard A. Hotdden. Troop D, Lleventh
Volunteer Cavalry. James F. Kauffinan;
August S. Company K. Twenty-fourth In
fantry. William Lvsle; August 16. Theodore
E. Garvin; August 1. Company D. Thlrty
flrat Inf ntry. William F. Braedeler; August
25. Company M. S-xth Infantry. Cook Ed
ward E Knderson. August 26, Company H.
Forty-seventh Infantry. John W. Walter.
Paralysis of heart August 30. Hospital
Corps. Frederick Hyner.
Diarrhoea September $. Company L,
Twenty-second Infantry. James llarsrave:
August 5. Company B. Thirty-first Infan
try. Corporal Rudolph Walters; August 25.
Company L, Forty-fifth Infantry. James
Typhoid fever September 3. Company II.
Thirteenth Infantry. Thomas II. Breeding:
September 7, Company G, Twenty-fourth
Infantry. John Taylor; September i, Hos
pital Corporal Harold Whltting: August 17.
Company E. Thirty-first Infantry, Car!
uieu irom wounas rrceiveu in ucliuii
September 4. Company D, Thirty-ninth In
fantry. Corporal James T Dowdy: Septem-
Der i, company x. iniruew im&niry, v.or
poral William M. Lash.
Malarial fever September 7. Company B,
Twelfth Infantry. Henry R. Brock; August
15. Company F, Twenty-third Infantry. John
Pneumonia August IS, Company K. Thir
tieth Infantry. Henry C. Shearer: Julv 25.
Company G. Thirty-eighth Infantry. Fay
Variola July 12. Company I. Forty-fourth
Infantry, Corporal Samuel J. Overton; All
rust 31. Company C. Thirtieth Infantry.
Corporal Sam A Hall.
Asgaris lumbr,Blde August 27, Company
M, Thirty-eighth Infantry. John Walls.
Pyaemia August 23. Company M, Eigh
teenth Infantry. John M. Dowring.
Intestinal obstruction August 17, Com
pany E. Tweny-third Infantry, Sergeant
Drowned August 22. Company G. Twenty-fourth
Infantry. Ernest King.
Killed by comrade July 31, Company H,
Twenty-second Infantry, Corporal Joseph
Nephritis September 4, Company- A.
Twenty-first Infantry. John J. Qulnn.
Dengue September 2. Companv I. Forty
firt Infantry, Corporal Oscar C Hopkins.
H. L GIVENS KILLED.
Democratic Nomine for Sheriff in
, Carrollton. Mo- Sent- 11 H. !. Glvens,
the Democratic candidate- for RhpHrr nn.i
onj of Carroll County's most prominent
ute.ia woo Kiiipa lo-oay ny tne acci-
ental dlscharr of a trim In hl rtwr. hanfl.
He was attempting to climb a fence, when
the gun was discharged, the shot tearing
away ono whole side of his head.
FAVORS CREED REVISION.
Mattoon Presbytery Acts on West
Mattoon. 111.. Sept. 13,-The Mattoon Pres
bytery, embracing twelve counties with the
most conservative Presbyterian congrega
tions In the State, to-day decided by a vote
of II to 8 In favor of a revision of the West
minster creed of faith. The Reverend Gar
rett Snyder of Taylorville was choen mod
erator. The next presbytery will convene at
Louis C. Bohle Livery Co.,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Prrlue ....f3.00i And upwards, accord-
Hearae 0.00 f ing to distances.
niack Cloth Caaketa, firat-claaa
eoods, 10 and opnardl.
CLOSE STABLi, 1122 Chestnut St.
Telephoae Main S17.
ACKERilAN Wednesday, Septembw U. lMl
at ( p. m.. Hy. Ackerman. aged U.
Notice or funeral later,
BECKER On Thursday mornlnr nt 1 o'clock,
Henry Becker, beloied husband of Lydla lleck
er. ne Toenges, after a lingering Illness, at th
ags of Zi tear and 2 months.
Funeral will take clace Saturday. September
15. 1S00. at 1 D. m.. from family residence. Xo.
18a Warren street. Friends Invited.
CAS-Jamea B. Cas entered Into rest Tnea-
say, bwptember U. 1900. at Battle Creek. .Mich.
Funeral Friday. September It, from the Church
of the Unity, corner of Park and Armstrong
atenues. at 10 a. m.
Kochcster and Bodua. K. T.. paper please
KIBURZ Our dear beloTCd brother. Prank.
cled suddenly September 11. VM. aged It reaxa
Funeral Thursday, September IS, 1909, at 2 p.
m., from residence, No. tXX Miami street.
TOMMERSON Suddenly, at Carrollton. Mo.,
Wednesday morning. Frances, beloved wife of
Robert E. Tcmmerbos. re Shanklln.
Interment at Carrollton, Mo.
O'CONNELL Entered Into rest on Thursday,
September U. 1900. at o:lt p. m., Lorretto O'tXn
nell. beloved daughter of John N. O'Connel Jr..
and Nellie CConnell (ne Ktapletca), aged 2
years and I months.
Funeral will take place from family residence.
No. lin Blddle street, en Friday. September 14.
at 333 p. nv. to Calvary Cemetery. Interment
Headquarters cf the Rlue and Gray.
No. ICOe Locust Street.
St. Louis, bept. 13. 19X.
The member of the Blue ard Oray will assem
ble at the Church of the Unity, ccrner I'aric and
Armstrong avenues, Friday, b'eptember 11. at
le o'clock a. m.. to attend the funeral services
of our Ute comrade and Lieutenant, James It.
By order of JOSEPH BOTCE, Captain.
E. O. Robblrs. First Sergeaot.
Membera requested to wear only the badge of
1 UNDERTAKING GO.
B. H. WAGONER.
eurvtvlng membeiA-of the late Arm ef
IJaTTHERS at WAUONEK, President.
1127 OLIVE STREET.
Tela-, Mala 8S4U C053. St. Lonli, Mo.
DAY AND N1UUT SCUV1CE.
u H. H. Wagoner, admlntatrator of the ea
tale'nf the law llrra of Smlthers Waonr.
rTu JJttl all claim pertainto tp -aid partoer
Thtp JaSu at thtlr old otnet. l OUra aw
FORMER SECRETARY OF
SENATE DIES A PAUPER.
Colonel H. E. Peyton, Once a Prominent Figure in Democratic
Politics and Aide to General Lee, Passes Away at the
City Hospital Picked Upin the Street.
Colonel II. E. Peyton of Texas, once ex
ecutive secretary of the United States Sen
ate, and Inspector General on General
Robert E. Lee's staff In the Civil War.
died at the City Hospital yesterday as a
rauper patient. Ho was received at the In
stitution last Wednesday afternoon. His
body now lies on a slab at the morgue,
whence, unless soon claimed by friends It
will be taken to potter's Held and consigned
to an unmarked grave.
Colonel Peyton was 63 years old. He was
born In Virginia, and was a member of one
of the best families in that State. In hU
time he had held many positions of honor
and dignity, and was blessed with a fair
portion of worldly good. In his oil age.
however, he had more than the ordinary
number or adversities, and, broken In health
and fortune, he was compelled to reb upon
the charity of a great city to llnd a place to
Colonel Tcyton. when a young man, en
listed in a Confederate regiment and roo
from the ranks to a place on the staff of
General Robert E. Lee. Afterwards he was
executive secretary of the United States
Senate, and also secretary of the Demo
cratic State Committee of Texas. He was
personally acquainted with every man of
prominence in Texas and many other
States, and batches of letters found among
his effects testify to the high regard in
which he was held by them.
Hntl to Leave IlcerVw !!otl.
Several months ago he came to St. Louis
j In the hope of obtaining employment. At
I me unit: ui uis arrival iw uau some money
nnd stopped at the Beers Hotel. His days
he devoted to the task of seeking employ
ment. Each day brought disappointment
and. at the same time, a depletion of his
funds, which were finally completely ex
hausted. Colonel Peyton then gave up his
quarters at Hotel Beers, and on September
4 registered at the Central Hotel at No.
I 410'i Market street, paying 15 cents a night
for his room. Saturday night, September
, 8. he could not pay for his night's lodging
ana begged it as a charity of the landlord.
P. H. Gaynor. On Sunday he departed
from tho Central Hotel and nothing Is
known of his movements from that time to
Wednesday, when he was taken to tho
Mr. Gaynar said yesterday:
"I am almost certain the old man slept In
tho streets. He had no money to pay for
lodging anywhere He was the mbst Intel
ligent talker that ever came to my house.
On any subject he could converse fluently
and intelligently. I knew he had seen bet
ter days, but he never alluded to his past
and I never broached the subject to him.
He complained of being In bad health and
said he had come to St. Louis to take the
GROKER AND HILL
TO WORK TOGETHER.
Empire State Leaders Depart From
FOR BRYAN AND STANCHFIELD.
That Will Be the Rallying Cry
of New York Democrats, and
a Whirlwind Cam
paign la On.
Saratoga. N. Y., Sept. li. All tli biff
Democratic chiefs departed from here to
day, determined the moment they reach
home, to dun their coats and roll up the
biggest possible majority for liryan and
Stevenson and Stat.chlleld mil Hacliey.
itlchard Croker ent back to New York
brim full of confluence that the majority for
McKlnley above the Harlem i'lvcr can be
kept within liA.X. and that that majority
can easily be overcome by that for Bryan
and the State ticket In Greater New York.
Senator Murphy went alons with Jlr.
Croker. He was quite as sanguine as the
Tammany chief, arguing that now that tho
country Democrats have a candidate of
their own choosing they might be expected
to reduce the normal Republican majority
in the cornfield districts to Infinitely smaller
National Committeeman Norman E. Hack,
together with William P. Mackey. the can
didate for Lieutenant Governor, returned
jubilantly to Buffalo. On the way there
they Intended to visit John 11. Stanchlield,
the gubernatorial nominee, Qt Elmlra, and
arrange the preliminaries for the whirl
wind campaign they propose to conduct,
Hill Store Tlian l'lenicd.
And last, but by no means least. David B.
Hill, who held 151 votes for Coler In the
convention, went back to Albany more than
pleased over the nomination of his former
bosom friend and law partner for heat, uf
the ticket, and prepared very noon to go
upon the hustings and arouse the voters
In his behalf. Senator Hill had intended
going to New York to-morrow for consul
tation with the campaign managers, but he
received a message from llr. Stanchlield
that the gentleman might be unable to
reach the city until Monday. This may de
lay the Senator's trip until next week.
Thtn. In addition to conferring with Stanch
field. Mackey. Chairman CJinpbell and Cam
palgn Chairman McGuire. Senator Hill will
consult with Chairman Jones and Vice
Chairman Stone of the National Committee
about the tour he Is to make for Bry.'n
through the West. HIU Is to give all the
limn ho ran nosslblv EDare to the canvass.
He Is anxious, however, to devote the most
of It to this State, because he believes he
has more personal and political intlucnce
at home than elsewhere.
Not a lilt Crestfallen.
Hill was partly amused and partly pro
voked to-day when a friend apprised him
that enemies were circulating a story that
he was crestfallen by Coler's defeat and
that he would sle but lukewarm support
to the Stanchlield ticket. With a. deal of
warmth. Senator Hill replied:
"Senator Foraker once said when asked
if he teally intended supporting the Mc
" Do you think It necessary for me to
take the oath of allegiance hourly In order
to prove my loyalty V
"I might answer thc?e rumors In tho
same way as to Stanchlield. I do not think
it neccs.-ary for a Democrat who has al
ways voted and worked for his party ticket
to swear loyalty every lime no is a?Keu
about it- Stanchlield lias been my lifelong
friend. He knows and eery true Democrat
kr.ows that I shall exert myself to tho ut
most to tecure his election. My services
are at his command for whatever purpose
he may require them."
Held n Conference.
Senator Hill before leaving for Albany
had a long consultation with S. S. Taylor,
the personal representative of Mr. Stanch
field during the contest for the guberna
torial t.ominatlon, and the man who for
mally placed him in nomination. After It
llr. Taylor said:
'Senator Hill will work even harder for
the election of Stanchlield than he did
for the nomination of Coler. He would
have been for Stanchfleld from the be
ginning, except that he was committed to
Coler afler being assured that Stanchfleld
was not a candidate. When HU1 iimmli
a man his support he gives It with all j
his might and with all his heart. Mr '
Stanchlield is particularly pleasing to
friends o Senator Hill In m fMfaarn "tr
electric treatment In the hope it would re
store his health. While here he never did
anything except to go to the Planters Hotel
and the Southern and scan the registers In
the hope of finding the name of some old
frirtid who. In his hour of adversity, could
gie him a helping hand. He found none,
lion ever, and had to confess to me he could
no longer nay for his room."
Colonel Peyton was found In a pemlcon
sclous condition nt Seventh nnd .Chestnut
streets Wednesday and was removed to tho
City Hospital. He lapsed Into unconscious
ness shortly afier reaching the hospital and
remalutd In that condition until he died.
After his death papers were found lu hla
pockets which disclosed his Identity.
Among thete papers were letters of In
dorsement and recommendation from Henry
Wntterson of Louisville. Senators Culber
son und Reegan of Texas. Judge A. S. Fly
of Texas and a large number of editors
and publishers of that State. They were
aildressed to ex-Governor D. R. Francis
and ex-Governor William J. Stone, request
ing that they aid Colonel Peyton in ob
taining a position in connection with tho
St. Louis World's Fair.
In 1S32 Peyton was chairman of the State
Democratic Committee of Texas.
The following letter from General Robert
E. Lee. dated Lexington. Va.. December 12,
1SS3. was found among Peyton's paper
TO WHOM IT MAT CON'CBRK:
Colonel It. K. Pes ion. Insitor Ofneral of th
Army cf North uxtnla, w?rvel uion my r tafT
durlne the latt thrw jean of the icar. Dunne
that time of tilal and F&cntlre he proved hlm5ti
a true aold'er and an Intelligent, conscientious
a d .fflclent officer. He was as conspicuous for
ca.lar.try on the 11-1J as fur flde.lty, and Ills
rci-onlb!e dutlon In camp. I cheerfully recom
mend Colonel l'eton to kny friend? of mine he
may rnjtt in the U'w a a gentleman tthoe
character and untiring e erjry r.111 make hlrn on
acquisition to any commui Ity with whose tor
tures ho may choose to unite hla own.
ROI1BRT E. LER
In Peyton's effects were lound letters from
J B. Gordon of Atlanta. Ga.. to William
Hearst of the New York Journal; from J.
Hellly Gordon of San Anton'o, Tex., to
Colonel B. F. Toakum. president of the St,
Louis and San Francisco Railroad.
A letter written by J. B. Armstrong, vice
president and general manager of the Cor
pus ChrlstI and South American Railway,
dated ISSO. states that Colonel Peyton was
at tho head of the lirgest developing com
pany In Texas.
A letter from D. R. Francis. In reply to
one sent him by Peyton, stated that as soon
as the World's Fair Committee had accom
plished something he would try to procure
work for Peyton. More than a dozen other
letters from persons In T.exas were found.
Doctor Nletert has communicated with a
number of Pe ton's correspondents In the
hope that tome of tbtm H1 claim the body.
and they are all going to work to make his
Chairman Campbell of the State Commit
tee left for his home In Bath to-day "We
have nominated a winning ticket." said Jlr.
Campbell before departing. "Stanchtleld's
nomination mightily phases southern tltr
Democrats. He will poll many Republican
votes In our section. Hill, Croker Murphv
and all of us are now pulling together for
Bryan and Stanehileld. And when the
Democracy of New York Is united it almost
Invariably achieves ictory."
EltllOIlS OF THE AllVlIXISTHATIO.V.
Theme- of HiithuclHRtIo Mrrtlns of
Democrat nt Lrmp'a Hull.
The Democrat.c campaign on tho South
side was Inaugurated, under the auspices
.. ... - - - .. tui. uHw-iiibiif aiiTuuiii-ai us aw t-urtuisit, a iiuiai j uejini i-
pi inq -Mnth Ward Club, In Ltmp's Hall ment, recently reoreanlied. receives ls BKVKN
last night, when Congressmen C. K. Coch- TKRS OLD or older. New l-uctls class'.fitd Pep
ran and V.. D. Vandtver addrpvl nnu nt temlxr ii, IS nnd 2i Sjchool begins September
tho largest, assemb.acea of v.itPr v,r
gathered In that hull. When Chairman Hilly
...B. miucu uiu luccuiiu iu oruer ana in
trouueed Congressman Ct.hran every seat
In tho place was occupied and standing
room was at a prunlum.
It was an enthu.s aatlo audience, too, and
rlpa tor an oiiblought on tho enemy, as
was ev.denced by the cheers which greeted
the appearanco of tha tpeaker. CoiiKitsrf
man Cochran, appreciating tne temper or
Jil3 hearers, poured withering bioadsides
Into the Republican "iLadera of murule."
and elicited laariy outbu..sts or app.ause.
The Epiaker chose for hl subject the er
rors of the national ajraln.stratlon, point
ing out the evil consequem.es of the po.Icy
of Mark Hanna and Hie pluto.rats, and tha
giuve dangers which now oeet tne Ktpjbllc.
Jlo warned his hearers that the present ten
dency of the (jovermnent was toward im
perialism, which, with Us twin evil of mili
tarism, ho detiuunted as unamencaa and
antagonistic to the principles Lpon which
the fabric of the Kepubllc 13 based.
Congresin.un Cocluun was one of the first
mir In public life to foresee tha present
jicrll which LOnlionts tho Kcpubllo. Two
years ago, in his speeches In the House, hu
called attention to the fact that the Repub
lican administration was fast drlttln?
toward Imperialism, and declared that that
?ucstion would be the paramount Issue Lo
ure the country In the next national cam
paign. Congressman Vandlver followed Congress
man Cochran, and evoked another outburst
cr enthusiasm when lie mounted tho plat
form. He spoke for over an hour, devoting
lOOSt Of llU tilllU tO dlSfMlKSlnn lit Hid Inu v
and tho evil consequences which they havo
precipitated upon the country. The Jtepuli
llcun party, he taid. was the party of tru-ts,
and ho besought his hearers to crunh tha
party which had made trusts possible, us
that was the only practical solution of tho
Hen 1 Clark and Frank A. J. lllller also
spoke, devoting their remarks mainly to
State and local lssties.
nOOSCVHLT IX SOfTU DAKOTA.
Cnstletinvn. WnlcrtoTvn and Itedtleld
Visited by Hliu.
Watertown. S. D.. Sept. 13. The, special
train bearing the Iloostvelt party stopped
for 11 brief time at Castlewood, where Gov
ernor Hoosevelt addressed a large crond
from the rear rilatiorm. At Watertown, the
next stop, a considerable demonstration had
This small town Is bltuatcd In Coddlncton
County, which enjojs the reputation of hav
ing haut more men to tho Spanish War rel
atively to tho populitlon, than any other
county in the United States. In the Court
house Square the first shaft that has been
raised In this country to the memory of
those who died In Cuba and the 1'liIIIu
plncs has been erected.
The meeting was in the open air. and
Governor Roosevelt was followed by Gov
ernor fahaw of Iowa, senator Nelson and
Colonel Led Stover, After a stop of an
hour the train proceeded on its way.
ood Crowd nt Itedtleld.
Rcdfield. S. D.. Sept. 13.-Qulte tt demon
stration took place here on tho arrival of
the special train bearing Governor Roose
velt and party. Redlleld Is a small, typical
pralrlu town of 2.000 neonlc hf 'StriM
larger number gathered In the Public
Square to do honor to the distinguished vis-
1 lUHi 1 00 u y
The features of th iwkn .. ..-
parade- and a hundred or more children,
comprising three-fourths of the members
In public school who had beS nffwhale
around the platform, and sang the "star
Spangled Banner" as Governor Roosevelt
mounted the steps to make his speech. A
Mop of only forty-five minutes was made.
mtYAX AT COHJ3IHC3 TO-DAV.
Leave for St. Lonli. To-Xlirht Speaks
In East it. Louis To-JIorrow.
Chicago, Sept. B.Tho sun had scarcely
risen this morning when Presidential Can
didate Bryan boarded the train on the
Pittsburg and Fort Wayne Railroad on his
way to Fort Wayne, ind., where he spoko
From Fort Wayne ho goes to Toledo, and
thence early to-morrow morning to Colum
bus O. He does not speak at Toledo, but
he is down for an address at Columbus to
Frldjy nlJht he will proceed over the Van
dalla Line to St, .Louis, where he wll! de
liver an address before the traveling men.
In that speech he will use as his theme
the so'lcltous inquiry of King David 'Is
the young man Absolom safe?"' '
Before cros'lng the Mississippi, llr. Brvan
will speak In East St. LouU, Saturday aft
ernoon. Sunday night llr. Bryan will cross
the State of Missouri for a brief tour
through Southeastern Kansas. He gees
first to Galena. Kas.. speaking there Mon
day afternoon, and at Pittsburg, Kas lion
da v evening.
Tuesday will be spent at Fort Scott and
Armourdule. and Tuesday evening he will
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lr UrtUwues j. G. I'.OlUltK, 1'rtVt.
T U0 1 1 I U 1 1 U &! conditions; car fare j-uid ;
board, ltll; catalog free; no vacation, sr ,-r
DRAUGHO.VS PRACTICAL CUS. fevrJ
Montca-nerv, Ala.; Galmtcn. Tex.; Fort Worth, Tei;
little RocV. rk.:ShmerorUU. IndcrW by tr.er-rhintsanlRvk'-n.
Rest pitroitztdlrtSonUu Boox
fpinc, Shorthind.etctiuiht ly moll, llr-ln any
time. Address (at either place) Drairghon's College.
Preparation for all coll'jtcs a' d scientific
schools, fpecl.il instruction riven in all branches
and courses of itudy arranged.
DUNHAM ARNOLD, A. M.
3C17 Odve st., or iifi Washlngtun uve.
HO. COLLEGE OF L'W,
Century tmlMlng, Ft. Louis. Day and night
school. Call r eiul for catalou?.
"WILLIAM J. IlorKlNS. PrMldfnt.
Will oren September 27. In the Conervatorlum.
!C31 Olive st. I'uplls resld-nic at a distance will
be convened to and from the school. For further
particulars addrexs Miys Kdsar. Oltice Lours
9 a- la. to 1 p. in. alter Stptemher 17.
1704 WlislilnKton Ave., St. Lonls.
THE COLLEWE, Marshall 3. Sno-. A.H., Dean.
Till: gCHOOI. OP EXUIXEE.K1NO. Kdmund A.
Dngler. l'h. V.. Den.
Next term opens September ...
Entrance Uxamlnatlcns. feptcmber !5 and .
CitalOEues and Information furnished en ap
plication. lon and St- Joseph will be covered in turn
From St. Joseph Mr. Bryan will go to
his home in Lincoln, and for a brief time
will visit several points In Nebraska.
QUITE A CONTRAST.
Republican McetliiK Selected
Miners Heard Ucinocrats.
Pana. II.. ScpL 13. Elmer Perry, Demo
cratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor,
and J. B. Ilicks member of the State Cen
tral Committee, addressed the largest po
litical gathering of the year here this even
ing In the City Park. At least 2.50O person"
were present. This meeting was the op.oi.ng
of the local campaiun. and, although it was
not widely advertised, people came from all
Ilia aujdttrill luuuu;.
I Mr. Perry's spetch was continuously in-
terruptea oy &vPiduse. u .ccn. iw jih
pcrlatlsm and Mark llannalsm brought forth
great appiauwe. ....
His remarks on the Pana trouble, two
years ago caused general approval.
As a counter attraction, the Republicans
had as drawing cards Thomas Sherridan of
Taylorville and Fred Foxworth of Mowca
qua. nnd, with music and fireworks, failed
to draw a crowd of over 300- The remarkable
features of the rallies was that not a coal
miner was present at the latter meeting.
All the Republican candidates for State
offices on the Republican tkket will be in
Pana on tho night of October 8.
ANTI-TRUST LCAGUE FPU IHtY.VX.
Olilclal Indorsement Was Iasncd Yes
terdny. Chicago, Sept. 13. The American Anti
Trust League, with headquarters in Chi
cago, to-day issued a public address official
ly indorsing William J. Bryan for Presi
dent and Adlal E. Stevenson for Vice Presi
dent, and pledging them the active support
of the league.
The statement describes the present ad
ministration as the friend of the trust and
Colonel Bryan as the "uncompromising foe
of private monopoly."
Linn County Rally.
Browning, Mo., Sept. 13. A largo delega
tion will go from here to Llnneus next
Tuesday in a special coach to attend fco
Linn County Democratic rally. The pirty
will bo accompanied by the Browning B-ir-llngton
Band en route A. II. Dockery, can
didate for Governor; Congressman W. H.
Cowherd cf Kansas City and E. IL lUcu-
and 822 NORTH SEVENTH ST.
Excellent Mixed Tea, Sing Me m p
Chop Tea, per pound TrOC
Fancy Brazilian Coffee, fresh ja
roasted, S-pouud package OvIC
2 Barrels fancy 10c Breakfast
California Claret Wine,
Bright golden Sherry Wine,
' MaryIan,l Re1 Seal Rye Whiskey, jr
8 years old, per quart 3C
Henry Savage Landor and John
Bass,famous travelers and descrip
tive writers, will have brilliant
contributions direct from China in
next Sunday's Republic.
BUNKER HILL MILITARY ACADEMY,K.tra
10) large tree on campes. Fine equfpments. Uytannlum 76x3) feet. Experienced and schol
arly teachers. Personal training and cire. High testimonials. No better at any price. Ask for
cauloguo and rie-BS. Special facilities for SMALL UOYi. Opens epi. li
COL. S. L. STIVER. Ph. D., Bunker HIU. HL
i( inpiritua f
ogaiied by both Sti
.Hi. HJsCFJaiJbt. IVCxxjXi'A.Ti.ir SoHOOii,
MO. OUost vtI int
Followln ar th appointments of spaakera so
far ats Kned by tb Democratic bUt Laatxal
HONORABLE WM. J. BRTAN.
Pt. Louln. Satu'day, Sept. 15. p. m.
Kansas City. Sept. IS.
St. Joseph. Sept. 13.
HONORABLE D. W. FHACKLHFORD.
Holla, Thurrdiy. Pert. 50. 11 a. ra.
Warsaw. Fr day. Sypt. SI. 1 p. m.
rceola. atuday. ept. i2, I p. m.
Humansvllle. S!o day, Sept. il, I p. m.
Oa dn City, Tu.day, fcept. w, I p. m.
S-hell C.ty Welnesday, Sert- 1. 1 P- ra.
W nd-cr, 'rhursdiy, fcept. 27. 1 p- m.
illche", Frldiy. Sept. D8. 7 p. tru
Wellsville. Sjturday, SM. . 1 p. m.
Montgomery City. Saturday, Sept. M. 7 p. m.
HONORAIILE A. M. DOCKERY.
Ft. Joseph. l!diy. Sept. H. 7 r. m.
MaryilUe, Satarday, Sept. IS. 1 p. m.
Llnneus. Tuesday. Sept. 11. 1 p. m.
R'chmond. Slonday. ert. 17. t I. rn.
Eteelvl.Ie. Wednedaj. Sept. IS. I p. re
'"Lis, Wednesday. Sept. 19. 7 p. m.
Holla. Tliursday, Fept. 3), 1p.m.
fiprinsfleH. ITIday, Sept. 21. 7 p. m.
wayiejvllle. Saturday. Sept. 3. 1 p. rn.
frocVer, Saturdsr. Sept. :2 7 p. m.
Bt-ffalo. Monday. Fept. W, 1 p. ra,
Wet Plains Tu ay. Sept. 1". 1 p. ra.
Willow Sprinire. TneMlay. Sept. 2S. 7 p. ro.
Ava. Wednesday. Sept. !, 1 p. m.
HaitvI. Thursday. Sept. IT, 1 p. rn.
Mansfleld. Thu-eilay. Sept. 77, 7 p. m.
Ah CroAe Krlar. Sent. 2. 1 p. rn.
Warrensbnrg. Saturday. Sept. 23. 1 p. rn
Sedalla. Saturday, Sept. SS. 7 p. m
C'entertown Mot-day, Oct. 1. 3 p. m.
Jefferson City. Monday. Oct. 1. 7:3 r. ni.
Plnckner1lle, III.. Tueday, Oct. 2. t r. rn.
Jerseyville. Ill, VTednesdiy. Oct. 2, 1 p. m.
St. Lonli. Wednefdiy. Oct. J. 7 p m.
HONORABLE J. J. RUSSELL.
Ava. Trldsy. Sept. It. 1 p. nv.
M.tnfflM. Friday, Sept. 14. 7 p. m.
Willow Sp-lnn, Fafjrdar. Sept. 15, 1 P. ra.
Thaver. Monday, Stpt Zt. 7 p. m.
West Plains. Tueday. Sept. is. 1 p. m.
Thmasvllle, WedneMav ept. 25. 1 p. rs
Alt n. Thut-day. S-pt. 27, t P. m.
Donlphin. -ninIay. Sept. 2. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE JOHN A. LEE.
Ava. Friday, Sept. 1. 1 p. m.
Sprinullcld. tVlday. Sept. II. 7 p. rn.
Thaver. Monday. Sept. 2. 7 p. m.
West Plains Tuday. Sept. 25. 1 p. m.
Thnmaviile. V.'ednes.lay, Vert. 25. 1 p. m.
Alton. Thursday. Sept. 27. I p. ra.
Doniphan, Saturday, Sept. ti. 1 p. nv.
Nevada, slordy, Sept. 17, 7 p rn.
Fayette. Tiidav. Sept. IS. 1 n. m.
HONORABLE M. 1Z. nES'TON.
FhelHra. Mundiy. t-pt. 17. 1 p. m.
Palrcyra. TMeedny. Spt. l 1 p. m.
Hannllal. Tuejday, Sept. IS. 7 P. rn.
Pleasant 111 I. We.fne.diy. Sept. IS. 1 p. m.
Rich HtlL Thursday, fept. 2u. 1 p. m.
OttervH. Frday. Sept. 21. 1 n. m.
Rusllvl'Ie. t-atLrdav. Sept. 2i 1 p. rn.
Jeffer-nn llty. Saturday. Sept. 22. 7 p. m.
H Ils'-oro. Monday. FcrU 21. I p. m.
I Soto Mon.Iiy. Sept. 24. 7 p. ra.
J'ledmcnt. Tuesday, frept. 25. 1 p. m.
Fop'ar Rlnff. Tneday. Sept. 25. S p. m.
M' s o-, Wetinef y. Sept. 26 I p. rn.
Bl orr.fie d Tburdav. Sit. 27. 1 p. re
lvtr. 7hurs ay, Se:t. 27. 7 p. m.
Mald.n. Friday. Sent 28. 1 p. m.
Canithrvllle. Saturday. Sept. . 1 p. m.
HONORABLE D. A. DE ARMOND.
Freernan, Tliursday. Svpt. 13. 1S1 p. m.
Relton. Thuiailay. Stpt. IS. 7:) p. ra.
Harden City, Friday Sept. 14. V31 p. ra.
Crelshton. Friday. Sept. 14. 7) p. m.
I'rlcii. Saturday. Svpt. IS. IA1 p. ra.
BUIrstown. Saturday. Sept. li. 7:M p. m.
Eldorado springs. Monday, Sert. 17, 7:5J p. m.
Fllley, Tuesday. Sept. Is, 1:S0 p. m.
Jerico. Tuewlay. Sept. 18. 7:20 p. rru
Cedarville, Wednesilay. Sept. 1. l:W p. m.
Areola. Wednesday. Sept, IS. 7:20 p. m.
South Greenlleld. Tharsdav. snU 20. V.Z9 p. ra.
Everton. Thursday, fept. 20. 7:30 p. ra.
t'ollins. Friday. S-pt. 2L 1:20 p. m.
Rovoe. Friday. Sept. 21. .: p. m.
Tabervllle. Saturday. Sept. 22. I p. m.
Rockvllle. Saturday. Sept. 22. 7:30 p. rn.
HONORABLE J. II. WHITECOTTON.
Clarence. Tuesday. fpt. IS. 8 p. m.
HONORABLE W. S. COWHERD.
Iluntsvllle, Wednesday Sept. 12. 1 p. m.
Mcterly. Wt-lnesday ept. 12, 7 p. ra.
Fsyette. Thursday. Sept. 13. t p. in.
iSlasEonr Thursday, Sept. 13. 7 p. rn.
Slater, Friday. Sept. It. 7 p. m.
Callatln. Satulday Sept. 15, I p. m.
Liberty. Monday. Sept. 17. t p. m.
IJnneus. T'icsdav. Sept. IJ. 1 p. m.
Sheldon. Wednesday. Sept. 1. 1 p. ni.
Lunar. Wetlnerday, Sept. 19. 7 p. m.
Carthaye. Thnrsday. Sept. U, 7 p. n.
ritrco city, Ir.day, Sept. 21, 1 p. m.
SprtnKfleld. Friday. Sept. 21. 7 p.m.
MarsbnM. Saturday. Sept. 22, 1 p. m.
HONORABLE JAMES A. REED.
Maysvllle. Friday. Sept. 14. 1 p. in.
Muryvl'Ie. Svi t, , 1 p. m.
HONORABLE CHAMP CLARK.
Old Monroe. Monday Sept. 17, 7:20 p. m.
Wlntleld, Tutsday. Sept- IS. J p. m.
Ellsbury, Tuesday, Sept. IS. 'CO p. m.
Wet Alton, Thurwlay. Sept. 2u. 70 p. ni.
Sturgeon, trlday. Sept. 2L 1 p. m.
SpEUldlng Sprinrs. Saturday. Sept. 22, p. ra.
Steehllle. Tuesday. Sept. 2o, 2 p. m.
Cuba, Tuesilay. bept, 25. 7.20 p. m.
Red Bird. Wednesday. Sept. 28. 7:50 p. m.
Clevesvllle. Thursday. Sept. 27, In. m.
0en"vllle. Thuraday. Sept. 27. 7M p. m.
Hartmelster's Store. Friday. Sept. 23. 1 p. m.
Bourbon. Friday. Sept. 2S. 7ao p. m.
Sullivan, Saturday. Sept. 29, 1 p. rn.
Marshall. Tuesday. Oct. 2. 70 p. rn.
O-lessa. Wedneday. Oct. 2, 1 p. m.
Blue spring. Wednesday. Oct. 2. 7:30 p. rn.
Shelbyv'.lle. Oct. 4. I p. in.
mond will bo the orators of tha day. A big
parade composed of tho delegations from
the various townships will be a leading
feature of the day. Three brass bands will
be In line. It is expected to make this ono
of tho greatest events 'n tiio history cf
Linn County Democrats.
Democratic Meeting; at Fayette.
Fayette. Mo.. SepL 13. The first Demo
cratic gun or the campaign was fired here
to-day when Congressman W. 8. Cowherd
of Kansas City addressed a crowd at ths
Cowherd at GlasgrofT.
Glasgow, Alo. 5pL li W. S. Cowherd
opened the Democratic campaign at this
place to-nigt wltr a splendid address to
an audience o 00 voters.
UNCLE SAM NEEDS CLERKS.
Examinations for General Land Office
Washington, Sept. 13. The Civil Service
Commission Invites attention to the exam
inations which, will be held throughout the
PosfalTelegrapli Gable Go,
XIala Offloe, Laclede Building-,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
400,000 Mtlea Wire, 3,000 Oracea.
"' would be pleased to handle yon
Telnriau. Try m. Telephone Mala
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
1726 N. THIRTEEXTH ST.
Continue to trrrt an apprecKtln public wit
Brtt-clats hand ncrk. uvlcg no chemicals and
having Ijtely adcj.ua Domtatlo Oolao. Fioc
WIUJAU. HOLMES. H. J. DIEK.NEIT&
ESTABLISHED IN lSlj.
Missouri buie mutual Fircani Marin;
OZice No. t CneMnut fu. at. ijuis. Ato.
Ttl 11.11 Main 1TT1. T.L Kinlucb A Ktt.
l'olicua ATv Written on Ejlatr btwa or Mutual
J. E. C. Lucaa. Auutns NrdJfrhut.
U U Wa')i. Utnrr c. HaartlcX.
Jai IV. Ucll. M It. Orthneln.
Jaa. K. Kalme. Wm. F Home.
pro-iieriun Bti-A'adSTiTti Mtstoorl. itsr-
fr Colle or Business. Be?t of homs care Militv-r ueaar'rn""-
Stit nl U. i Oorerimem. Col. T. A. JOHSSTOV. A. ft.. u?t.
Kahoka, Oct. 5. 1 p. m.
Montlcello. Oct. . 1 p. rn.
Kennett, Thursday. Oct. IL 1 p. ra.
New Madrid. Friday. Oct. 12. 1 p. m.
Charleston. Saturday, CcL 13. 1 p. ra.
Benton. Monday. Oct. U. 1 p. ra.
HONORABLE WEBSTER DAVIS.
St. Louis. Saturday. Sept. IS. TJ p. m.
HONORABLE D. A. BALL.
Blackwater. Saturda. Sept. 15. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE FRANK IL FARRI3.
Curttcelll. Saturdai, Sept. 15, 1 p. ra.
HO.NOitAiJLE F. it. COCtOU-LL.
KeytesvlUe, Friuay, Sept. 11, 1 p. PL
carrollton. saiuiu.y. bpt, li, 1 p. m.
Ivirksvi.le. Monday. Sept, 17. 1 p. ra.
l-dinc4ur. lAicsuay. &epu Is, 1 p. xn.
Aieu.pms. Weuueauay. cept. VI, I p. ra.
Knoa. Thursua, bept, -u, I p. tru
B-jul-ns Uicen. rnday. Sept. a, 1km
aaui.a, sturoay, bept, a. 1 p. m.
Fultuii. alouuay, bept. u. 1 p. ra.
Columbia, Tueuay. bept. 25, 1 p. ra.
l'.ytue, V ednexlHy. bpt. alj. m.
Bwuuviiie, luutsoay, bept, z7, I p. nv
Marshall. Frluay. pt, :l, 1 p. ra.
Oftitou. Satuiuay, b.pu -9. 1 p. ra.
L.doraao, Aiuuuy, uct, I, i p. rn.
biixutun. lUfcoa, Oct, A 1 p. ra.
Urceiuicid. Wednesday, Oct, i, I p. ra.
Mount Vernon, 'jnuruiay. xjcu 4. I p. el
Auruia, tiloay, Oct, 5. 7 p, m.
cauville. batuiua. Oct, t. 1 p. ra.
lrminion. Monaay. Oct. s. 1 p. ra.
bte. Oenevieve. 'luebday, Oct. 9, I p. m.
1 errjvlile. v edncsday, Oct, 10, 1p.m.
Jackson. Thursua, Oct, IL 1 p. ra.
(.ape, Oirardcau. 'lnuisdaj. OcC H. I D. m.
iiijule I111I, Friday, Oct. Iz. I p. ra.
1.1euexlcKion. batuxtUy. Oct. u. 2 p. m.
lun. Monday. Ovt, U. 1 p. m.
Jracrsun City. Tuesday, uct. It, 1 p. a.
uii an. vv ednesday, Oct. 17. 1 p. ra.
cl.lcrula. Tnuisday. Ott, Is. 1 p. m.
eisaules. Friday. Oct, 1, 1 p. ra.
Gallatin. Satuiday, Oct. 2J, 1 p. ra.
Betnny, Monday, Oct. 22. 1 p. ra.
A.Lau. luCMlay. Oct, S3, 1 p. m.
(jram City, Wednesday. Oct. ;4. 1 p. ra.
iarjvillr. Thursday, Oct. 2j. 1 p. m.
1-Uttfburs. Friday, Oct 2S..1 P. ra.
Maysvllle. Saturday. Oct. 27. 1 p. rn.
HO.NORAtlLE C M. 1UC11MONO.
Llnneus. Tuelay, Sept. U.
HO.NOitABLE E. C CROW.
Erich. Irida). bept- 14. 1 p. ra.
Clinton. Fruay, bept, 14, J.iO p. m.
Caiouun. baturday. bept, 15, 1 p. ra.
Windsor, Saturday, beit. 15, 7 p. ra.
lilouUicld. 4ionu.y. bpt. It. 1 p. m.
PopUr Bluff. Tuesday, bept, li, Ip. ra.
Irunton. Wedneeuay, bept. Is, 1 p. ra.
Ulrcarck, Thursday, bent. 20, 1 p. in.
Flat Klver, luesday, bept, 20. 7 p. m.
l'otosl. tridaj, bept. 22. 1 p. m.
Fctlus. Saturday, Sept. 22, 1 p. m.
HONORABLE SAM U. JEFFRIE3.
Paluijra. Tuesday. Sept. IS, 1 p. ra.
HONOR ABLE J AS. R. WADDILL.
MushttelJ. Monday. Sept. 17. 1 p. ra.
HONORABLE H. N. PHILLIPS.
rrederlcktown. Saturday, Sept. 15, 1 p. ra.
HONORABLE DAVID OVERMYER.
Trenton. September 26. 1 p. ra.
HONOR.VBLE SAMUEL ALSCTIULER OP IL
LINOIS. St. Louis. Tuesday and Wednesday. Oct. S
HONORABLE a D. VANDIVER.
Twentieth and Salisbury sta. (.Turner Hill).
Thurlay. Sept. 13, 5 p. m.
lamp's Parw Thirteenth and Utah sts.. Thurs
day, bept. 13. 8 p. rn.
bt. Ikjmfacv's Hall. Friday, Sept. 14. t p. m.
HONORABLE THOa E. MULVHHLL.
Twentieth and Sal-shury sts,, Thursday, Sept.
12, II p. ra.
HONORABLE J. W. FOLK.
Taylor and Claton. baturdiy, Sept. 22, I p. ra,
HO.SOILVULE T. 1'. IUJCKY.
Vandalia, Saturday, SepL 22, 70 p. ra.
HONORABLE F. M. ESTEa
Boerker's Hall, s. e, cor. Twentieth and Bls
sell sts.. Friday. Sept. 1), 8 p. ra.
BlHinarck. Tuesdar. Sept. lj. 73 p. n.
St. Peter's, fat. Charles County, Saturday, Bept.
22. 73) p. m.
HONORABLE- JAMES COONET.
InRTrood, Monday. Sept. 17, 7:30 p. m.
hralthton. Tues.lay, bept. Is, 7:30 p. m.
Lincoln. Wednesday, Sept. 19, 7:o0 p. ra.
Edmonson. Thursday. Sept. i). 2 p. in.
Ouroc; Thursday, bept, a. 70 p. ra.
IMwjrds Friday Sept. 21, 2 p. ni.
Crosstlnibers. Irlday, Sept. 21 7:30 p. rn.
I'reston. Saturday, bept 22. 2 p. m.
Hermitage. Saturday bept, 22. 70 p. ra
Wheatland. Monday. Pept, 24. 2 p. ra.
Weaub.eau. Monday. Sept. 24, 7C0 p. ra.
Plttsbure. Tuesda. Sept. 25, 2 p. m.
Polk. Tuesday. Sept. 25, 7:30 p. m.
I'leasant Hope. Wednesday, Sept. 2. 1-M p. m.
Morrlsvllle, Thursday. Sept. 27. 720 p. m.
Ashxrove, Friday, Sept. 23, 7:30 p. m.
Walnut Grove. Saturday. Sept. . 730 p. m.
Sprtncfield, Monday. Oct. 1. 7:30 p. ni.
Strafford. Tuesday. Oct. 2. 7:30 p. m.
Fairtfiove. Wednesday. Oct. 3. 7:30 p. m.
bprrasnela. Thursday. Oct. 4. 7:3 p. m.
Bolivar. Friday, Ocu 5. 7:29 p. ra.
lumanvllle. baturday. Oct. 6. T.ij p. in.
Falrrleld. Monday. Oct. 2 p. ra.
Warsaw. Monday. Oct. 8 7:30 p. m
IIonte. Tuesday, Oct. 9, 7:20 p. m.
HONORABLE H. MAIIT1N VTLJJAM3.
North Salem. Friday, bept, 21. 1 p. rn.
Ilrownlns. Friday. Sept. 21. 7 p. m.
Laclede. Saturday. Sept. 22. 2 p. ra.
Meadvllle. Saturday. Sept, 22. 7 p. m.
r.val committees In tne respective &untl. ar
j requested to see that meetings are properly ad-
vertued an.l that all necessary arrangements ax
I i.:aU for the speakers
1 J. JI. SEIBERT. Chairman.
J. IL Edwards. Secretary.
United States during the fail of 1304 for po
sitions in the General Land Office.
The commission states that it has here
tofore experienced considerable difficulty In
securing a sufficient number of ellgibles to
meet the needs of this particular service,
and It therefore hopes that all persons who
feel that tbey are qualified will make appli
cation for and enter these examinations.
From the ellgibles resulting from the ex
aminations it is expected that certificates
will be made to the following named posi
tions, and for similar vacancies as they
Burns. Oregon, clerk. S1JG0 per annum;
Walla Walla. Washington, clerk, male;
Bozeman, Mont., clerk; Missoula, Mont.,
clerk, male; Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, clerk,
male; Clayton. X. M clerk, male, and
Douglas. Wy., clerk. JM0 per annum each;
sr Paul. Minn., clerk, female. 160 oer month:
Miles City. Mont., clerk, POO per annum;
Santa re. ?. ai., messenger, jjj per an
num; clerk. ll.OOO per annum, and clerk,
SIAO per annum.
W. C. Ryan, letter carrier at St- Louis,
has been promoted from SUM to JSJ0. .
W. P. Slcwart of Kansas City has been
appointed an observer in the Weather Bu-
ivAi-tnr s. O. llarr. Walter Pentruite and
C P. Brow a have been appointed members j
A. A. SELKIRK & CO.,
AUCTION and STORAGE
Rrmlar ! trerr Saturday at watrbous.
ms-10-1- Cho'jtrau ara. Salra In resident
p-clsttr. Main office. 304 X. PUth it- Pnona
To-Day Rain or Shine;
Wabash trains leava Union Station for
KInloch at l:Ii p. m.. 130 p. m. (Saturdays
onl). 1:43 p. m. Leave foot of OUve street
at 11:00 a. m., 130 p. m.. 15 p. m. and 4:15
Suburban trains leave 'Wells Station everT
Admission, including round trip over Wa
bash Railway. tLOO.
As CoM as a Dip In ths Sea. 2 Noiseless Fans.
Sunday Mat. Next "Tha Convict's Daasatar."
Night Prices. 15. 25. 2J, M and 7a
I. Hits Ts-ltrrs.
(44 stats, t'.t.
Rusco & Holland's
Eun. Mat.. Sept. 15 'TOR HER SAKE."
Prices, 23c. SOc. 75c. SI. tn A T -
No performance Saturday Afternoon or Bator
NEXT SUNDAY SIGHT,
In Sol Smith Russell's Great Play. "
A Bachelor's Romance.
Sata on sal now.
Reserved Seats Now en Sals.
No stops No WaltsFrom I till 10 ao Dally.
Ezra KendalL Frederick Hallea and
caror ard Herbert. Moll! Fuller.
Joseph A'leln.arn. Fisher and Carroll.
vYart.nberr Bros.. Constantlne Sisters.
Grant and Grant, Lando and Loreaxo.
1Er.uy Monkelth. The Lamotnes.
Baby Gladys Th Ktnodroma.
Mat. and Night, lie. 20. SOo. Renrd. Wou
IO-IUSS1I BH HI'S TROUPE OF .BIBS
Last Cms next Sunday Afuraooa and Brsaln;.
Last Four Days of th Season. Zsdlrur Next
Sunday Night, Sept- 18 Ravlval by Reqoest.
Thursday. Friday. Baturday and Sunday.
GIRL FROM PARIS
Same strong cast sam big production.
The Horn cf Folly.
Two rrelle Dally.
COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN.
LAST WEEK OF 6EAON. BIO VAUDEVTLLS
HARDINOANDAHilU. MlXB. OLIVE.
PUTE BAKER. nARTINNETTIB BROS.
AND A HOST OF OTHERS.
Admlss'on t eroucd fres. Beats 25o ssd 18c
To shows dally.
TO FLOUR DEALERS.
Offlco of Commissioner of Supplies.
City Hall, September 12, 130O.
Scaled proposals will be received by th
undersigned, to ba opened at his office at
12 o'clock m. of
MONDAY NEXT. THE 17TH INST.,
for supplying the Poorhouse and House of
Refuge with flour for three months, begin
ning on the 26th day of September, 1300,
and endliig on the 2otb day of December.
1SW. The flour to be "clear" In quality and
equal to St, Louis Merchants' Exchange,
standard for extra fancy.
The estimated amount required during
the aforesaid three months is as follows:
For the Poorhouse. 1.400 more or less bar
rels Inspected "clear."
For the House of Refuge. 20 more or less
barrels Inspected "clear.
The flour Is to be furnished In weekly
Installments, or in such quantities and at
such times as may be required by the of
ficers in charge, and must In all cases have
the St. Louis Merchants Exchange Board
of Flour inspectors brand thereon, show
Ir.g It to be "sound" and not "inferior'" to
Separate bids will be received for each
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tlHed check to the order of the under
signed tor tlGO as a guarantee that In casa
of Us acceptance the bidder will, within
five days from the award, enter Into con
tract ard tile a bond In the sum of 11,000.
with two or more good and sufficient se
curities, to be approved by the Mayor, for
the faithful performance of his contract.
The flour is to be in new kiln-dried bar
rel, round hoops.
The Commissioner reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
All bids having any alteration or erasure
thereon will be rejected.
Printed forms and any other Information
required will be furnished on application at
Bidders are invited to be present at ths
opening of the bids.
FRBTJ C. MEIER.
Commissioner of Supplies.
of the Pension Examining Board at Chick-
The commission of Doctor Albert Merrill
for member of the St. Louis 'Board of Pen
sion Surgeons was forwarded to him today.
GERMAN METHODISTS MEET.
St. Louis Conference Memberg
Gather at Burlington.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL . ...,,.
uurltnston, la.. Bept, 1. iu-uj . .....
of the German Methodist Conference of the,
a. , .., ..t.-j, ' Mfflnriini rmrt'on or.
Iowa. Missouri and Illinois, pper.ed with
devotional exercises, led by Bishop Hearst
of Cincinnati, who spoke of the prosperous
worn 01 tne cnurcn.
,... .ti.- nt TTnn iinn Herri, of
-..r-t' . o. on adilresa In resDonsa
to a hearty welcome. Mi-eteen candidates
lor the ministry were tiiuimreu j-uj
nesota. Missouri. Mississippi and Illinois.
To-nicht Froressor Dieiiei ui wuuui x-i;o-
ant aaaressea tne uocSaia u v"
inn Tn.mnrrnw ths reeulaT business Eex
Eton will besln.
wf want ads.
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