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THE REPUBLIC- ItfOIs'DAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1900.
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THE EUPEPSIA CO.,
323 CLARK AVENUE, St. Louis, Ho.
Seventeenth Annual Season of St.
Louis's Great Industrial and
FORMALITIES DISPENSED WITH.
Finishing Touches Were Given to
the Various Displays Yester
day Alany Novelties in
Tbo seventeenth annua nxpcAltlon wl'I
open Its doors to the publlo ut 7 o'clock tliU
Formality will bo entirely dispensed with,
except for a short address of welcome by
Yesterdaj was a busy day at the Exposi
tion building- finishing touches were put
on many exhibits. Tests of the airships
were made, and tho electric fountain was
found to be In working order. The livli ?
pictures. nMch villi form tho center of tho
blx magnificent water t-prav?. will repre-i-ent
the "Rock of Apes." "Undine," "Tho
flower" and Tli Siren."
Almost simultaneously with the openlns
strains of Director Seymour's band the air
ships will begin o asocial, the big engine
xciil begin to pump water li to tbe foun
tain, the wheels of aU machinery will be
gin to turn.
Tho Coliseum and vestlbulo aro hand
somely decorated and festooned in Bay
bunting, and tho wholu place presents a.
The piogramme for to-night la:
S&lMuUKS FJllbT Ul.Ulili.NT HAND.
llarerj Kat.er rroaerick Frleimann
Overture VVllllani Ted Iloennl
Trcrsrjor.e Solo tfUiln llarcnitnn
Arthur VV. DauT.
Coscert Waltz lha Wedvjas cf tho
UlcUs Jean T. Hill
Grand Selection From 11 Trovatore vcrdl
Conoudiiu with the Ml-eir
Du fer Cornet snj Buiihoiitum i
Ckzrht b'jmour and O J. Slur.
7ju to 7 is d rn.
nicht or R!Mrlo Airship.
7.SJ to 43 p. rn.
night of skyejele A!rV.p.
JV Ml'MC HALL.
;.u to s u p i.k
c. i. In &:ii p n
Seymour" First ileciment Bant.
lloreeau Toijr5 t Fleurs .
A new autr reas) .
tjecs From The Fortune Teller .Meter ll-srbert
Bvmpbony I Aincaine a itnoaa
Grand Ntllonal Fantasia
5 . to i le p. "i
night of Bhjcirle t-hl.
9.1 to i.
nisht of Elwtrie Airship.
IN MUSH" UALi.
:11 to W 15 p. ie.
15 15 to U ii p m.
aectrle FounU'n With Llvlns SUtutf.
a. a m.tlT.. nf rpnrtseniativea of all tho
principal athletic societies and colleges of
ths city, bed at ll.e Coliseum ytstoidiv
'.iinff' h.Hpc an,l nthpr r.rHciaJs Who Will
have charge of the athletic events In tho
Coliseum for the week beginning Sepumber
H were chosen, aa follows:
ItafeivB John J O'Ccnnor.
fclarter Thoma Aiken . ...
Track Judera- F X Grn. J. W Taylcr. W.
II. Fr tch tr Mark Bw ns. JPIta MrDj-.noJeh
ricld Ju4eI" VV t? re. J I e alar, steva
iixnr I. Knhnfr wri.am Schuyl r
Tl-rek epr C. IL Var.dfRat" Jrrorra Karst.
Otflire P Barlegh. VV G i:!-rresn
Scorr-WalUo, McCarso. Ctarlss stevtra, C.
V. Pei tre
Clerka of Cou-te J r lv er, IL Ia V.a Mat
ele. A thur S ecel. M F Parker
AnifU cr-F M. Whte.
Track -ietta d C It. McCtrthy, C It. Fitz
Cllb.n T J Ward
lUfcrei of VV re-ll ne-Dav IS Osterh'lo.
T... highest Amount .canrd en waten.a. dl
riond.. jenelry anil all art. elf. of value Iarza
Isant a tr-cllti at lu nln rt Icurrat. tlj.i.
a ttrtctlr ecnfliienUal Unir3tmJ pleiiof
S. VAN RAAUTE & CO.,
12 and 14 S. 4th. nlao SIB . "th St.
Fltisrc, Ctro!. anj ait rUt
d.Ki.fi a p.lijl mm
i.a.i.r.il rilrtrs min.oily .
car.dii.f'.iiilmtrirn.nt. CeniuH.tlon txtm. Ut M MJ :
tmil trtlallt, Ilollaaa Old;. Ill X.JUi bt.tt.Kua.
Tan. rcurh and oil? sa'n. ir-o'h rat li rm vd
l "lpl!lu " It b-aunr.fF the con.tlex'en. St
Vnitrt, C8 A US. art rn-'e . ens a a .
t. prnai ent.y rem e. de"c mill o t a
mnuth aea eara. Ilia o r(r-.J by flail' a;
r.ry. i- lxul Dermaioioelc.l 'o.J. im M
t . .hi alcun (a charge, xii t h-.-nical bull .Ins.
3 V PARISH
LITK II CMS.
BUTTEUICK Patterns. Fashion Books
ard Delineator for October are now In at
(awford'a; they are to be found In Main
ulsle. Juat opposite elevntore. First floor.
DR. SlEGEnT-S Angcwtura Bittern feed
th nerve cells ana restore vitality. Advu
lirVJ IS II
ROMPED AND PLAYED.
Annual Picnic of German Kiangel-
ical Aluui of De Peres H-!d
at Jhieliifs firiiM'.
GAMES FOR THE
Prizes Given to Winners and Those
Wlio Were Vanquished Were
There were about lO.fX) persons at the an
nual picnic of the orphans of the Germain
Evangelical Asjlum at Des Teres in fct.
Loul- County. The ce'cbratlon was giver.
In tlo bus Grove and began about 10 o'c'o.k
yesterday morning. It Included ov oral address-is
In the n.orning and gahies for the
ch'idrc-n in the afternoon.
Apparently the drop In tho tlcrmoinct-r
did not eifect the attendants, for the
t-rounds were crowded with old men td
,. . ..,.. , i ,1... . .
women, jouug ladloa and children from the
b-glnnlng of the picnic un'il long after ,
dariL Tho picnics for the orphans are ..1
wavs very popular. Tho proceeds go to
the maintenance of Die asylum.
With a tons by those who wero assembled
In the urounds lh nfrrlr fnrmr.llv lirnn .1,
19 JO o'clock In tho morning. The Ilev eren J
Itlchatd Kretschmar of Cmrnaus Church
Tnade a long addres. which was cpe Lilly
directed to the orphans. Tnen the mala
choir of the Trinity. Holy Cross. Cmrnaus
and Z'on congregation ars a choral undei
the direction of I'rofts'-or 11 W. C. Waltke.
Afer the religious sirvlcts the children
were allowed the freedom of the garden and
the larre ai-sembly of grown folks seated
themselves to their luncheons. Despite tin
fact that It was vcrv ool t,o far out In
the country, much hilarity prevailed.
Imin.-dutely afttr the luncheon hour tho
games for the orphans were inaugurated
under the direction of F Albrecht, the su
Irlntendent of thf asjlam.ai I .Mlts Louise
Kr.ius. the matron. Th" joungsteis raced
and Jumped and skipped the topoand play
ed ball and did all sorts of wings that wee
umusiug to them. Each successful contes
tant was awarded a prize, but every child
participating in the games was presented
with a little gift.
The things that the lltt!.- mothorless ani
.atherics creatures mi mid to bo eager for
wero the little rras ba!!o. m. nf mnnv nin
which some generous s,ul lionht fnr ih.m
There were about 130 chi.drtn in ih. .-..i..."
and each got a balloon.
At 3 o'clock In the afternoon there was an
address by the Reverend Adolph I'oppe of
Spanlffli Lake. Mo., and another song by
the male cnoirs of the four coiiereirailr.ru
already mentioned. 1'rtsident Frank Go-
j::.; ;.i-i i . ""ue "' "u
Ins.luitlon In the course of the ve-ir f...r I
i . ''""" uooui iue worK dJne bv th
"' iota"- u.u a iiert by the
State Dand, whfe mcmlwrs are in
iang : men who b. lr,.i t.j ti St". Iranian-
Vt, u ,V " lr ' Uli-r " can s haertr
...1 . rhlld,ren returned to the alum aoout
Tuti1 ,an,tef;!ng!CkCr3 ""
Anniveisary of the Founding of
New Sweden Observed.
Stalwart Swedes with their wives nnd
daughters and their American frienda jes
Hrday celebrated the two hundred and
r.ej-ecu..u anniversary of the landinl of, ,irc he will speak to-day. Ho will return
th? Swedish pioneers In Dfdnv.are Buy I to Hrlleville. 111., Wednesday and deliver a
with a picnic at OfenMein's Grovr ticucli.
About three thousand persons w.re rrc- I "
ent at varous times during the day : lid , Incipient i:e Trontilo
oftTrno"nihfIW,!;lir''sUn?.addri"',s J" th: ! s!louIJ n0' bo neglected. Doctor Bond, cx
ntterno' n trj Charles Hill I n president of . , , ... , r . ,.
th9 Swedish-American So.Ictv. i!nier whos.s ,,crt optician nt Mcrrnoi & Jacccrd's,
auspices the plrnlc ai given Tlu-re were Urotdwny und Locust, will examine jour
c.v. - . . '
m ..mi i ' -;ra"s 'n wnieti both tho ...yes fi-o of charge and guarantee a cor
men and wom-n pa tit pit.d. and there was . j, . , .... r.
a dance In the pavll.osi in the. afternoon and rect n""" ' gla-ses. Mcel frames, Jl
rtooui i.vn funjects or the Swedish Kins
live In fat. Lou's, but onlj tv) of these be
long to the Swed'sh-American Society, as
It i3 Inrl nd to exciUKenes-. Ilut most
of th Swedes In the -l;j were tha guestd
of the society jesterday.
In the c. urw e.f his addre-s about tho
nuercpi to tounci tne sw-dl-n itojal Colony
In DWawaro bu. wbbh vas named X. w
Sweden. Pre.l lent Ha line said that tbe tir-t
1 pioneers came over In IS S In two small
v(shs accornpan.il by a warship, and they
. imuiiuoi v.. c-j..u ciiii-...ua. io unn.tr 01
.... i.ri.iiij yuern. ii.il w;e preu.iiorv In
dians und the phlegnui 1c Ditteh. whom
Irving in sciit.,-d in h s Knlck.ilioeker hi
I tor brsan a tvrte'i or p.tty wars on tli lr
noighhors ard finally reduced " the royal
co cni oi sweacn io a uutcii .lip. ndtney
In 16C5. The penilemen In charge of jis
terras's celebration vvre: President
CbarU-s Halllne of the Sivp-Jlsli-Anvrlcin
Sncietv Vice l'risid pt HJ.Imir. I. mluji;
Stcret-irj Gust Dahlberg and Treasurer P.
Dr. Ii.irtmao was the lirtt physician In
the I'tiited States to accurately describe
rystemle catarrh. Ilia rcmed), I'eruna, the
only tj'trmlc catarrh remedy yet devised.
Is row known ull over the civilized world.
CAME HOME ONLY TO DIE.
Prodigal Drowned mi the Day of ,
II i. Met urn.
llEPV BMC SPECI AI
Sharon. Bn.. Sept. li William Young
disappeared from home fifteen veurs ago.
at th a:c ot 11 vcars. 'On Friday he re-turn.-d
and a family reunion was tcld rt
th- house cf his father In the afternoon
v.imu; wer ir battling lu the lieuaiuu
River and ai drowntd
CASTOR I A
I f r laiauts uua CiaiCreii.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tho fi( s(Ts i "
J Signature of CsyTji
DAY OF BEST FOR
BRYAN IN ST, LOUIS,
Democratic Leader Attends Serv
ices at Centenary Church and
DiiH'h With Uis Cousin.
DEPARTS FOR GALENA, KAS.
Crowd at Union Plat ion to See Him
Off Accompanied by Politi
cian: Web Davis Goes
William J. Bryan rasscd a quiet day In
St. I.ouli jesterda,-. It was lib flr."-t day
of rcu after several weeks of constant
Tired and travcl-Ftalued. ha rrarhed St,
Louis Saturday, having made a half dozen
eiwihvs In .- many different places that
!iy. Ilr. was fatigued greallv after the
big meeting at the Coliseum. l-a.-.t night
w-tu n lie stepped on the tram for Galena,
Kiis. he was feeling partirularly refreshed.
The rest he had m-luiiO, in St Louis cs-
. tenluy was bcntlicial and lie showed it in
j every action.
Mr. Urymi roi-e. rather Iato jcalerJay
morning-. Iio left St Nklulcs Hotel and wa-
driven In a carriage to tho rcildonic- of
Doctor M. Duight .leumr.g.4 at No. 41ul
Washington acaue. who is a couMn of tho
Dcirwcialic candidate for I'rciident. He
lomaliiod there until alicmt 11 o'clock, when
lie atttrded CeniLiiary Methodist Church,
South. In company wlih Doctor Jennings's
family, air.'llrsan Is a I'reabi ttrtan. but
CHILDREN.!111 order to avoid attention ho preferred
to attend a place of worship whtxo it was
not Known he would bo present.
Ilr mi uf .Centrum'? Church.
The Crjan p.irtj occupied ,i rear pew and
attracted iktle aitcntluu. Several mtmhera
of the congregation rtcegniitu him befoie
ervIct3 were over. -Mr. Uryan paid close
attention throughout the wrmon. Af ler tho
1 tervlces Mr. Ilrjan, accompanied bj Mrs.
Jeiinu.g- and clii.dien, wre dilven dire 'l
to tho Jennings home. Hire the Liuuly
party was complete. Frank Jennings of
Ceniralla. III., a cou-in of .Mr. Uran. and
also Doctor Jennii.g4 and .Mrs. J. L. Daven
port of St. Loui-1, alM) a cousin, were pre
feiit, Mr. IJrvan uimd at the Jetiniiitr
homo and later took a nap. which la-ited
long Into th aftirnoon. iio retumtd to
tht- St. Nii-homs Hful about U otiO.U anl
goi his baj,ga?e iiad fur the trip to in
lenu. Sivcral travtiing men aided upon
Mr. Dryan. Webcter Davis and .Mr. Ho an
had a conversation in tho latter's room.
i. ...... , ... . .... ,.
', ","' 7, , l'"u" '"'"-''
I ahntr of :o. iooj i'agu avenuo taught Mr.
i.r. , . ,h. i.,,.,. , ,lo ,,.., ,..,
,ul, a ,,rlalu lD Mr. ilrjati'3 regiment dur-
nig tho bpamsh-Ainerscan vvar and he had
walud patleiuly around tho hotel all day
for an opportunity to shako I113 hand. As
ho did so tears of joy started into hl ey .
Mr. Ilrjan look Mm to his room on tho
" una, "'i uj " "" tev erai m n-
I'almer w.i t-nillliig with Jo
frond ut Lnioii Mutton.
Mr. I!rjan und Heoster Davis wcio cs
cortid to Union Station at 5 3D by a portion
of the lUceptlon Coinimttee of the commer
cial travelers' organization. Chairman
James M. Jump. Jonn .V Lee, ohn It.
Hoodie. Coionei J. F. Adams and 1. N.
Shelby wtie m the rally. At L'nion Station
the earri.ts drove up to tho ean eutranco
to tho -Ml.iua.i, whuo tho part allgnted.
l'recedci b two i)licemLii. with his arm
linked in ilial of M. T Duvli, number of
the Deni urallc State ommUtu fiom Au
rui:!, .Mr. I rjaii uba . Momd t.oun the Mid
Wa) Tht. ciou.l at the station a.n a l.iro
om. I e .pie stopped, ami. teeing Mr. Dry
an, ciuuoed arouuu, but thu puce set by tno
Ioil(enien wa too swltt and U-fore the
crowu was awaie of it .Mr. Lrvan had tK.cn
whUked Inside tho iron railing. As ho went
through the gate a mikhiy ihttr went up
from the ciovd. which had tolloAid hint
us Mr as It could. After he had boarded
the trim people endeavored to locate him
and the crowd Iln -1 up agulnst the iron
rat.lu;; for a bundled feel or more, a. dozen
Sl.enka Ht (,'uleiin To-l)uj.
A party of prominent L' mocrats from
Southwest Missouri accompanied him to
Joplln. Amoi.g them were M. T. DavU of
Aurora ana .ilbeit liarbre of Jop.in, both
members of tln Democratic btnte Coinmll
tt. Juuge It 1.. ;.hjUo and K.nmctt New
ton of springhWd. Cornelius Hunch, editor
of th, luiiliage Democrat, William Sapp,
Galena, rm.mt.ir of tno It-cptlon Commltua
Hni1 of "' "' "' Iatit Mate Committee of
.-"... .- . .-n- i.. o..u ,. ..,
I nc.ps of farthagf Mr Urj an expected to
rcacli Springfield about 5 o'clock tins morn
lng, where arrangements had Ucn made to
have h.m deliver a live-minute -peecli from
tho rear end of tho train He will al'o speak
at Aurora. Carthage. Webb City and Jop
lln. lie w.l Is Op In Gal'na for a few hours'
thl ino.nlng. wheic be sp uks to-day From
trjrre lie wi.l go to i'lttsburg to speak und
then make Ills v.av to l.is homo In Lincoln,
I!ef.r- bis departure la-t right Mr Bryan
npres-ed aiatllicition fit tbe result of his
vl"lt to St little He was particularly
pbd"Ml to have ben nble to talk to so many
traveling men. as he found here and glad
to mi'l hurdreds of th;m personallv
Webster Davis departed over the Wab.i-b
A 4k ..'a1, tr f.v .t-lm t 1 - . mm. m. All
. ? vt-ivifVi i.t-i iiiiiL iijr riccijri. 111.
.,u uji. fioiu. u.m up.
Conditions in Ixindon, Berlin Jintl
London. Sept. 1-3 The London Stock Ex
change developed no Impor'ant movement
last wi;, but the general situation was in
The easv settlement and the
Mi.siaciory news irom Koutn Africa, to
gether with a bafer l.llng regarding
China, combined to streiigthm tho tone
of market. The advance In prices estab
lished r.t the b-gInniiiK of tho week, how
ev.r. w.ii not entirely miinlalni-d, the pub
lic doing but little- nnd that little almost
entirely for Investment,
Berlin. Sept IS. Prices eenerally de-
cllTd last vteek. although the IJuurt-e was .
-..in u.i rniir.' ariivi- iiiun usual. . pes
mlirle nne char iflrl7ed the market due
tu the German loin, the rising discount
rates and the disappointing reports fiom
Industrial centers. The Bourse li not
pleased with the loan. Nevertheless gov
erimrnt threes galmd (-Iishtly upon the a?
Biiranco that new Isfiics would not be nec-es-ary.
The Vo-ichc Zeitung expr.-ie surprHA
t! at the nrueced of the loan are to lie
transferre-1 lu r. through l.llla if -chang.i
ln-tt.nl of gold; and it Kurrnlcs th.it thl3 i
will be fiierllng exehangi' v lilrh the Itfcli-.
! Innk will retain In portfolio to fU in .
T'iln'giand! for.')r"vontlns sold cx-
Uoliar hills, however, would serve thf I
fame purpose." fail thin paper. "Inafmuch
as the- tionnin banki owe large yuuvs In
Am.rlca. causing a coi.tant fear In the
Ge-rm-'n monev market that the Fame will
I'rivat. !l-ount roue gruluallv during the
week, reii-hlng 1 yesterday. Tbe week's
. rise was ':.
' I'K-lli'h Vliiulcl I Iim'Uv
Jlu I'orr- Iain, lire ize, Marbhized lrun and
Onyx care? Jl.V) to irow Mormod & Jac-
card's. llroad-v.Ky and leun
KTAIIEED IN TIJH BArK-IInry Deter-.,
a -aloonkeip-r. ai No l; De Kalb
' ' . 1.1 .- ' i r -
j evening t- -..!,. i.. u:mu. Hiu:e ...
the alley behind No. K0 Trudeau streit.
Deters refused to give any Information
about the cutting. The wound is cot se
rious. Solid Gold Wedding nines.
Newest designs. to m. at Slermod it
Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust.
"I.onctt-f-iced Haute In Atntrizh
for Hoc doodt."
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Itpleeei la handsome s ik-iicid
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J. 000 hnics. flailed Free.
TO RETURN TO WORK.
Allied General Are llapidly 1 to
storing Order in the
ALL LOOTING HAS CEASED.
Greater Part of the Armies Will
Win ler at Tien-Tsin Company
of Fourteenth Infantry Itcs-
cued From Boxers.
OrsrieSit, If" by te AfsocUleJ Is.
l'ekin, Sept. 11, via Taku. Sept. It Th
allied Generals were, In eoufeience four
hours to-day. the principal topic being how
best to encourage tl Chlneso to return to
work. It was agreed that looting ehould
ceaso and that foraging parties should htrn
afcr by accomranled by un officer, who
should give receipts for all mipplits taken.
Thf question of wintering at Tien-Tsln
was brought up, with a view of ascertain
ing. If possible, the attitude of the nusian.
General Llncvltch admitted that most of
his troops would winter therp.
At the Japanese Legation It Is not believed
that the man who claims to have killed
liaron von Ketleler Is tho actual criminal.
Tho Japanese bellcvo that he has been paid
to accuse himself by tho Hueelans In order
to discredit 1'rlnce Chins. Thu Japaneso
fivor I'rlnce Chins: and thu Russians LJ
Tho FUth United States Cavalry will leavo
to-morrow for tho Western hills, where la
located the summer hou3 of the United
Two thousand Germans under General
Hoepfner have left for Slang-IIsang, a
walled city ocruplcd by Holers, who re
cently attackid a party of German soldiers.
The city has one gun.
AMKitic.tAs nicii:n nv iNcnn3.
Copyright. 1?"), by lha Aocltd rrest.
Tien-Tsln. Sept. 14. via Shanghai, Scrt. 15.
A llrltlsh signal oftlcer reports a sharp
ensasement between u company of tho
mmod i Mmmu
DROVE FOR A MILE THROUGH
BED OF RSVER DES PERES.
Journey Made by a Party of Young Men in Search of Adven
tureNarrow Escapes, but No One Injured.
James Hipgin. a plumber, of No. TWa
Manchester avenue, and three of hli
friends, set the pace Satunlay night so far
as extraordinary exploits are concerned.
Tho party was out for a drive, and.
moved only by a desire for adventure, they
took the tied of tho Des Perea lt.vcr In St.
Louis County for a road nnd followed It's
tortuous, uneven nnd muddy course for
nearly a mile. They forced tho horse,
conveyance nnd all. through cliy. over
fallen tree trunks, through water, van ins
In depth from two to five feot. It seems
Incredible, but horses, wagen and the four
occupant wero not In tho least the wore
off for the Journey through tho crookedeat
river bed In the world.
The party started early In the evening for
a, drive- along tbo Manchester road. It vv
a Foclal quartet, which stopped at tho
vnrlous roadhouse for refreshments.
Tho farther tho party went th morn
Jovial It became, nnd finally the members
br-san to suggest alt wrts of whemes that
might offer amusement. They drovo
through plowed field-, attempted to maka
their unfortunuie horses tcale. fences and
ev jived all manner of other adventures. Fi
nally this Bort of fun bejan to grow tirno
and the quartet began to cudgel thtlr
brains for an experience that promised an
escapade lxth original and thrilling.
i in: itiVKit iikd.
When the came to tho bridge over th
lUvcr l-s Peres. Just beyond the intersec
tion of the Creve Coeur brunch of the JU-i-ourt
Pacific Railroad, the wititrd Idea was
forthcoming. The stream itself la ntarl
dry a the result of tho present drought
and long atretchej of It are perfectly void
of water. At ploces lha bottom U gravel.)
and smooth and makes quite a good car
riage path. In deprtss.orj. howeier, there
.: .nil '..t.i"-ia-a " :;- -?
MCamirrv'Jr naj tinKs. ti..v.--u, rci
and all manner of obstacles.
At the bridge an off shoot from the road
leads down to the river, and traveler!! along
the highway frequently water their horses
here. So tbe descent to tho river bed was
easy, and after a very short while tho
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Sextuple Plate on the wearing
eteisp on 6
if' rl. . IhH
TWO HUNDRED SUICIDES.
London. Sept. 17 I a. m. A Shang
hai d.spatch sa:
"Chinebe officials estimate th-it M.
0"X dlsbamltd Chlne'e soldiers, by the
blmplo cxpeilient of turning thMr
coats, managed to remain behind In
I'tkin. The dispatchts confirm the
report that In uddltlon to Hsu-Tun,
(uarcil.in of the heir apparent, Yu Lu,
Viceroy of Chi-LI, and Wang Yl
Yung, president of the Imptrl.it Acad
tmj, with two hundred members of
ofllcial famillis. committed tulcldo
when the alllta entered I'ekln."
Fourteenth Urlted Stalls Infantry and iM
lloserii at Mo-Tao on tho road to l'ekin.
Tin- Americans tnado a gallant stand, and
a d-tae anient of Bengal Ijr.cers. near by,
hearing tl.f firlnir, came to their rescue and
charged tho Boxers In the rerjr. The Chi
nese wero routed. leaving iM dead. The
Americans had no casualties.
The Germans report un engagement with
a h".ivy force of llovrs west 1 1 l'ekin yes
terday (Thursday). Tho German loss L Bald
to l.avo been tvvent.
Indications now point strongly to the
withdrawal of ull the Towers irom 1'ekln
The British have Issued an order pro
hibiting the selling or renting of any build
ing within the limits of tho British con
cession. General Fuktshlma 1 hero arranrrlns 'Kin
tor quarters tor the Japinese troops.
Tho Germans are pouring Into TIcn-Tsln
nnd all -atlonalltlcs are Ecramulln; for
One British batfrv anil two hundred Aus
tralians have arrived.
Ilocklilll HIT fnr I'ekln.
Mr. William Woodvllle Rockhlll. Fpecl.il
representative of tbe United S:atej in China,
has left for Pektn In an Interview before
leaving he said he lld not expect to remain
there more thtn a few davs.
LI Hung Chang Is nt Taku on a BusMan
vessel. It Is not believed that ho will come
dTyrli'it. 19 0. by tlia AoClatc4 Presi.
Tien-Tln. Sept. 13. via Shanghai. Sept. 1."..
Th Russians, It 13 reported hero, nre
rapialy pushing troopa Into Manchuria,
whre all Indications point to extensive op
erations before th? arrival of the winter.
They have su-pended work on the rallrotd
to l'ekin, which add to the complications.
It Is bcl'tvcd that their object In this is to
compel the other Bow era to consent to th-j
destructlm of I'tkin
The Tu-I.lu cxi edition hart returned to
Tien-Tsln The march back was unopposed
and It U reported that the Boxers huve re-
horse- wero recklessly headed down th
Etream. Illgglns and his thre" companions
urged the animals en. knowing nothing and
caring coining as to where they were go
ing. Almost nt the first they r'ungnd Into n
pool of water that rose nbove the wagon
bo.v l;ut tho adventurers were undaunted,
and this wa.i forded In safety. In the few
minutes tucceedlng the lirst plunge, It be
came evident that the drive would furnlih
nn experience fully varied enough to (.atis
fy all the craving tho party had for ex
citement. HIM'.WI.Ks OVKKCOMC
ni ui.Mi 'i hi: mtivf;.
At oviry step ditliculties presented them
selves. Hero a great barricade of brush
woud was directly In their path. They
forced the horses up the bank of tho river
nnd went round the obstacle. Again, a
broken tree trunk lay In theMr path, but
this was comparatively easy, and they went
right over it.
In this manner, facing nelf-lmposed dlf
hCLlllta of every description, of which ab
solute darkness was no small Item, tho
moit extraordinary of driving parties made.
Its way through a mile of cr-.k. It t ok
two hotiri to make tbe trip, but from tho
jolnt of view of the occupants of the wagon
It was two hours cf unalloyed blh-s.
The mil brought them to the North and
South road at Tuxedo. Here, also, a road
Iads down to the river, and as the horseb
showed signs of exftaustlul , and as the
hour wa. late. Hlgglna and bis confreres
ft tho river for the solid n.aduav.
illgglns was seen jesterda) bv a He-public
nan and he told the Etory as above. He
ald It was goud fun while It lasted, but
;hat. taking everything Into consideration,
and If il came to again driving in a river,
be, w .Id ih'o t. si re-am bc'itr adapte.1
' . ; - - t.l ri ' ! I". .
would rra: '-ve tht- names of hi- mjan.
Ions, for he said that their wives would
give them a terribie scolding for bavins
part in such a fcolhardy escape. He said
that he did not care, tlnce ho was unmarried.
The filler is a combination of High Grade
Havana and Domestic Tobaccos.
They are appreciated by critical smokers because
this mixture produces the mild Havana aroma taste
without the depressing effect of heavy all Havana
Price, 32.25 per 1CD.
SCUDDER-CALE GROCER CO.,
PETR HAUPTtVIAN TOBACCO CO.,
Distributers, St. Louis.
.Marcus Feiler, Cleveland, O., Manufacturer.
I am now ready to receive payment of CURRENT
KfcVfciNUE TAX BILL for
All persons paying same during the month of Sep
tember will be allowed a rebate on their CITY TAXES
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum.
CI1AS. F. WENNEKER,
Collector of the Revenue.
MEN'S TAilGiBiJlDE 0L0
All Our Manufacture,
Jolts SIO to S25, Overcoats SIO to S25, Trousers S3 to S6
5LLS & AVERILL,
:3H.03L.X"00-uA.Tr ATsTOO 3?HvT03.
tired In force to a village thirty miles up
the grand canal.
The Arnerlcaus did not participate In th;
burning and looting of Tu-Llu, and this
caused considerable comment among the
The Sixth United Slates Cavalry, It Is r"
ported h.re, nave been ordered to camp at
Yang-Tsung, up the Fol-Ho,
RUSSIA SEEKING LUMBER.
Inquiries Indicate Extensive Mili
tary Operations in China.
Seattle. Wash.. Sept. IS. A well-foundt-el
rumor has been going the rounds of the
large lumber firms operating on the Eour.d
litely that a representative of the Russian
Government was Investigating the cost and
the probabilities cf quick delivery of CO.OW.
0J feet of lumber at Vlafiivostock.
Tho Cnn Inquiry was received by a large
mill In Tacoma a few weeks ago, and early
In the month came a telegraphic notification
from San Francisco to another large mill
that the Russians had come to this section
to Investigate tho facilities or the mills for
turning out the product.
It Is ealj trat all Inquiries have ben
baed on the rrqulrement of speedy delivery,
which will probably be taken as having a
most Important tearing upon tho war opera
tions In the Orlnt.
It is even reported by one Informant that
the grade of lumber arked for Implies that
It Is to bo used for military encampments,
as though txtcnilvo military operation
were In contemplation.
PLOT TO KILL MINISTERS.
Tuan Would Have Slaunhteretl
Theni Kn Route to Tien-Tsin.
by joh; r. n.ss.
SPECIAL DY C.nLC.
Pekln, Wednesday. Sept. 5 Copj-rluhr,
H. by the New York Herald Company.)
The murder of Raron von Kettelcr on June
1?. by Governmet.t soldiers In th mail
street, prevented a general rr.asmcre of all
foieigners here, as all the Ministers except
Iliron von Ketteler had agreed to accept i
Chinese assurance of protection for their
Journey to Tlen-Ttin.
It Is now known that Prince Tuan had ar
ranged for their annihilation en route.
Mr. Harry LelKliton
TIa3 returned to hH former position at
Mermoil & Jaccard's. Broadway nnd Locust,
where he will be glad to eee hii friends and
all Interested In flno Diamonds. Watched.
Wedding 6llvervrares, Jewelry, etc.
SOCIETY LEADER A NUN.
Wealthy Yonng Lady Abandous
Gay Social Life.
Nsw Haven. Conn.. Sept. 16. Miss Helen
Vailr, a society leader of this city, has
left the home of her parents, her own j
church and friends. She has given up tbo
K iscopal for the Roman Catholic Church.
Sue lias quit the luxurious home of her t.i
t!iT. Daniel Vaeder. the arms manufac
turer, fcr it convent, and she has el.-serted
a caj society life for the b.ack veil.
Mi-s Vatutr Is U jears old and an Rt
trirtive blonde. She was cducati-ei at the
.irisloeralU; Uo'-emary Hall In Wulllneford
and at the Dominican Convent. LouHvlile.
S' e left tie latter place two veara ago.
Several vveks ao slio- determined to enter
a convent- Sler parents oppesod her wish, .
but finally relented. She gees to Join tho i
T.. ....... 1... ,.. .., I A. Iu. I.I.. ,
Aillii.icait uu.v.a ui lAimn.i..;.
I'W lincst engraved calling cards and bet
copper plate, only its), at Mermod & Jac-
card's, Hroudway and Locut. society Ha- '
tIon-r9; Vt cardu from pUt. Jl. j
K ritcfor tin pl't. JJilfJ (re: J
GREETED BY MINISTERS,
lloosevelt I'ai-Sfd the Day Slinking
GI'iiiHvi.. Mont.. Sept. 15. Governor
Rocsevclt'j special train left lll.mar.k this I
rrcrnlng for Miles Ci'y. & miles distant, t
There was no speech-making during tho
day, but l here was some hand-shaking with
tl.e lopte along the touts.
At New Sahm two Latberan clergymen,
with member of their congregations, were
. i- ..-.-nn " greet the Governor and
At Dickinson a str; was m;de for an l:our
to wait for the parage of a heavy freight
train that had the right-of-way In the op
potdlH direction. Here were the pastors of
the Eplcopal, the Methodist and Pr-sby-tprifli
ihtirrh4 with members of their con-
gresations, who were preenled to Governor I
Th FjetS'lVft I... nl .'1 ...n.--
lartj. b they atcor-ollc or inn.
pcsit Trlv curd by a new r.ro-
C-C5. Trie cur Is tOueted utaurut ran. It li
Nol a salmlltuli-. bat nn nulldole, anl
builds Lp da censtitj In. to a r uu ard vlrcr
cu" cordltton. lor full mrermatlcn cat cr al
dieG li KOOhK. Uaaer. 2tarvn.ra IIrUU.
iilS Lucas Avenue. St. LojIi. Ma.
Pretty Busy Now.
Many patrons waiting to be measured
i for their full suits, but wu will be busier
later on. Tbe best work, the freshest
goods-, qntl tho lowest prices draw tho
You cau't afford to pet alons vrlth that
old Milt; we can't afford to let you. It
will pay both of us to do business to
We think our fall suitings arc the rwt
tlest ever woven. Come, and see whai
you think. "Esaniinatlon's free."
MacCarlhy-Evans Tailoring Co.
S20 Olive. Op?. Post Office,
17 r. eOHAKNAN
Car-f Carcclc Uife? D? D- "Vegetable CxnXSn
rr ilTtiy cur- eiToui PfMiltT. e mln) U kiM. Lol
UthooJ vr aor tvi't ru.ttti trern ootiful trrort t
txttcto f-omtrtJlo tetn(tln la tietr4 ccsucHr
dertivvX Is lh M LanU rPj- lot er frtTTrt w
?u Btrtr tHt4 In .mif? Ij- Worn Cn- PHc, !
Itollart trial pick am, Oat XoIUr, flaQtarnt m ihow that it
Sin.)7 UI 0 " tHaf ft '!trit nld o! bfDf C
A IlnHAWof. .Vv. C71 .Morrin fitr-tt. tt IrUJ, K
5T. LOUIS PROVIDENT
ITSa JV. THIHTRKftTII T.
Oont.ir-e to ! a pp'cU.ttnj public wit
flmc!i hand or, Uklnt na h-mtcal a
hli ir-Z Uttijr tulJCttJ Xomctio Co2j&. P&ob
yor crar bait a oaatury t popular raaiSr fra.
pcrtor 10 all .nh.n) IL0 physlclana In Karopa
aaJ Amrtra. fcr tha (rompi and cornpltia cara
t.; lio& .tannine or (tctiit caaca of dvranacoKav
cf cbt uriaarjr vfrn -n rithtr hi At all driK
cut. Uc tioitla of caculaa.
CLIN CO. Par1-
W1LJ.IMF HOUilES. IL J D tKNtUIfc
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Missouri biaie mumal Fire an J Marlsi
orr.ca Nu. '' canuiui eu. ol Uuuia. ti
Tal 1.11 Main ZT.l. Tab KUlocS A IWj
i'ollclaa Ar VV nttaa co Eitiar glut or XUM
-'. B. C. Lueaa, Avjuitca NedJrrtisv.
O U Walker. Hcnrr C Haarillck.
Ja W. tall. It. R. 0-thtn.
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GRAND NATIONAL PRIZE OF
16.S0O FRANCS AT PARIS
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1 Btrara. ar J a wtikiawl tr-ni uao if th v.
I t,it-rf 't; lriribartiartiia
ai-vaiafroM. La.rtpr. Mm ;aJi Trou'.lv
T- ibrt 1 MarUI Fpfi lto".
3'.lalA-xct rlTTa nrr' in io. p-1"-ninadtic
alii c el.rirl'f a aMl srita
lia IboJ. and IreliiJ op taa mtre tyileai.
Pari j 1 ZZKueurooot.
New Vark I E. f ocft'a & Cs., 30 1. WStra Si.
Roosevelt on the alatlcn platform. Quite a
large number of the citizen" of the tan
generally were also at the station to
The day was clear and cooL
i .DosefoneDETafter I
each meal. I