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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1900.
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:, .ive. tnod.;r..te turns.
. - .- 'arm. handsomely fur-
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f jot aid
furnishe"
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ij'tt Park
.tort fr -it
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s-' clasa board.
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t, r i able .rl es.
F r rt t rooma. ort
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3 lir-t cla-
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1 '1 iv trF ,ili loard. H 'atu
y furntahed
!- J per ek.
rvtnj rrr prt'nMrri wily
ta?t- ijn "rwn. all conr i
WA'-HINOTO'S Ave S-T1 Alma. Urr
fun. -.e Nr!. raolr-i amilcn'-,
.f w-ilc. i.ltor to c.y accdnuijodatoi. r-a'
apato term a
WEST BEI.UB rJac US- ?i ond-atoT room.
fji rw bnari ni l Juril-hed
WEWT BE( LE PUci- -lr furr'- 3
r"-m and rr cla txmrd. by day or eek.
Jll TuHI
F-T PCL1.E Rat- JV- V tor -i -rr
r!-. 1 r" m ri1 -1 t "ar -butln
are .h b.ardr ' -imu uated
idinib ami iioMin wavti-d.
"lT'.r' " iNTtr im-iH- cr Hj girtan
roek.-i, L---red. Advltiaa jth part -ula.i li
K-a i. t yl ti'
itootni.Ti:s wuieu.
TO' - -
fM GLTUMA t-m " n'-ey fuTilahed room.
'Ji iitejuCeei'd e.ery c. -iven'en-e i.d like fwcu
y niste. prrct n uderale 4tirt Leimr
rtHHi:T 1) CLI.fifii.
"cOODFFMjOW Ate . IM-Ni-e-nwm bc-uaei
tard ful .f tr.-ea one block from lara Inquire
lloctor Hiita-e-. W Olite . cr Ml Uicuat at.
KtNNtTT Piece 1 Ta Mory and maneard.
euinli; U rooms, ui Kojd order, t ta ood
ttrani
TWTT-8-XKI St 6 Klaht rooma.
.tone fiont. water pad, etu S. i month. P
angler. lew Cbectnat at.
T. !
VANDEMEVTFR Pla-e, rei-aoie real-t.-e.
It rooms, food stable in the rear &pp y
ta K. B. V, hllteioort. IX N t'ourth st.
run cou)hi:ii t-orijTt,
WASH Ft in-Three roon-s. In rice brtr
&Qte, alvaye k pi in i.ood order Kaimo Bro.
IL E. Co 1? Cbeetnut
rrn.MsuuD iioin a.mj ti-ats roit
IIKXT.
-.CBSTIIINSTER Plaie 434-Will rert to de-tlr-kble
tenant fcr 00- ear, rice tj ier ro n. ;
li-iuse ope. I r u sp n e.t. e, 1 t , mior
tratton caout e ef nn.r e -c a4k'. i-tj- Lajula
1 airy Co . ..ja. line at
roii- m.vr ti'Aitr'tiu'ST'. tlats.
Cal'ITON. tm 8 -An elegant Bat of 5 moms,
r ar Campion Uetfhts caa. bath hot aA cola
vater, g& flatts, screened. fuitce
LFFFI.NGW EM. Ve. UK N -Second x.r.
.... pjc.-st roorra in clt, Lv, la.-y ua tirat da r
i chow the r.oms.
OLIVE 9t 3Ti L'ppr apartment, Mx routca;
fc.l coo -anlen. e. only J.7
UNAlaJfc.K tfrJS Chestnut t
ST rtAlR Av 811 ii.-J m(r At
ry an irMs or fcurtiour uardar Co.
FTODDAIU) St . filNeat f -jr-rt-o-m flat:
frt floor, water. b and bath. on btock nortb
t UaMtm ae
TOWER GROVE Avt . 1507 Thr-Ttynn flat ajn
K.lecv-s room. Sit) ier tuonU. n i--n
U.IU.J. - QUvm.
to mr nut iitsi.MCiS rucroMis.
BROADWAY. 01 t- -laode and ety baSI;
rery second ani thlriJ l jla a 4 WtJn"-iA.
I -rat uni third Thursdajr. vry iaturda and
lSaaday. f2 pt mmU-
MAir St 73 N S'ore t .t tt-ie faiiHot
cwf -sut-cellar liKht "ti thr-i t di sutUb.e fur
P aUAVGAlaJEn, l Chf-gttmt at.
crflLE. Api-ly -H Uultoer A McUaia. Sf Mi
rCLli avr.
gECOND end flark A 8c-theai: rom-
f4cre nd two floci. fut'ible for l4iardtmf l-o-
tr4 ealooa. only Vi ni mf
V UlNOAJaJi'K 10 Chestnut at.
oleto Emmm
r'tJ E A"-! TTII tT-.
Ta ror.f i-n s nL.ittH"-3
7L Cl- f r,i-- -. t t -'
VA AN' I, - s,( I
O'." f - r - ! J f T
fino. r " ni ' ir"" 1
Th ee t -s i "fft r
"rr r -- rr r. :it f1 r
-ee r nr-m -r Kith tijr.
Ttrif riHini op nil tH r
1 ! re- r p.- n t ri ' r
Call k1 n r 'j svttlt a ofi.c in tha btat
c7-e bi- Mins in p c
e In tc r'l t ir. 'I oit srond t!'Xr E
jt qutir for nti-iiam tit It. milliner
4eeale Jweir. u . iK.thmg In dty quai
ttu noma JOHN C liALeU Ae
IIIIMU 11) LO.IJ.
On I"eronl lriitenj.
AI-PMCATION'S tor loana on hotu-ehoM -roods
re.,e our iromot a'lt-ntjon Ness V. fa. FinajKo
Co :"S cud '-In, Ula.. 5th and Oll.a
JOHN W STAI.ET 1( Pine, room MJ. nea-ot.-t(-
J- tj !& 1 airis on funltur. kl rate.
t.r a ' pats-em to sut -xrrower. confldeatiaL
MOM- i tj loan a,n furniture, r, an s and olh-r
1 "d tecaritiea. on ea.y l-mSs, byslnea- strl tly
Coalidtiiual At HM Morgan eu
a!ONET furnlsht.1 Ml trie J peop'e and retail
riercbsnts stthoui s ecvntt , easy -.aimt-uts, TaV
Cann-otiSM, jilNi-a.venth at.
lli.NET Advanced far aa artes-ssalalled -Kn
pioies f -od -.tiaracter can ob'al . a -o nmo.
Tv ci "l t""1! le i--st an I e-ibam,-me-it
a n ."l h'etifore -een pc-io-e b, a-aj .jlic
John llulh.l a-il. 5ii Ccnfary bu ldine
PR1 ATE p-irry bis monee to 1 .n in fu-ni-tcre
ard finnrs a-nr. pa -n.nl' wi-ae chom
lcl tAiiiaii uu-mh .nd Ol.te ti.s
THF Fldei ti Dr k.ritre I mi-anv. '14- llia
t. -naliss lor.rs n fun.iftire at I aest posaibte
r-atca eaey ptna-nj i.w -.ira cliarge
iftDUNN
-T AAi-AAA4AAAA
ienej to lci tn ui, ro-jnt c sil kir-lt (f
Hronl prt-pir(jr li n Ui uiire-t-iae
912 FRANKLIP-1 AVE.
PRIM INU.
,.-. W STCriE 4.0. Ho and Job Printers.
a "v Third ti L. sa! ''Unks ana b.iefa J ape
tlaity in n.tn .4. ..
Jt.INL -: u-.s i, blllhaaJr. ftaten-eaU.
Eetehear. .1 j utr ti-ouaand. A. T. Vlirey, Mj
. Tae f" i
CKHS-FNT PrlntlreCotiipany. -Tn."-Fwit
ot. una co-Timer-tal b v.trk. pcpuUr fckea.
f-gd f.r vamplea
r, Pni.NTI.Ni..
irsm- t.j. 1 1
Prmtine W Brlslol boalnt-es
t .il nrjr.tla. e.nrarsm.lv
kl eha.a. I. 1... I. r .... aa c .n.l ....
. , -a- al.U.-. AI.UUIJ. at . .-.IW-. MU
( Ifflt st;
Ul'nilUIl TASIP5". -KU.S AMI M'l.N
CIL". ADlis the etamp tn-in 311 N Slilii st-. rjb
Je taa;i t i. -t 1 eu. . "a-J. th-jp
li-VJt.
k.VEPEE I s wtl c tl .
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er-ua Lies n .r . c e .t l us st t
Flftrtrti (. tits IVr Lint.
A rithi: irrjtmt'ii 1 suary fur jH-tf dl
ai-ee tuitR, dintjrK.. tc. ihrr m-x. id N.
l JAHM.Mi.N1 rarcu lat.cn. fart pum'nl In
nrk. trial t.ratfrwm anj orcHahul'ii trv "ii
v.. rk .urs. Lwicr iiurjHjy. rlnKicti V nl.
tOCTon MKUWI.N-.
Uuiej' triuli.
O'it e et . tr-ats .ill
DOCTOR ANNIE NEWUNHS 36; S llUl rt..
aMi dur ni; miun-nc it. la In m t nail I rail
or ntf. co OJrntiai. t ma rjf . tr. t l maiL
? kf7T,K Fn" K 91- hooiftti Aw.-Tlw
onl reliable plare lo the utj . rcaxnubl-
l'?.MART ARTMI-R -Onljr pt...-um krln:
fonrn"n-nt lum in irie . iy tiuvg a. t.enlt
' cation, trained nur-w ci-elleiit U1v un.nwdi
"'""'. roottwrW cor 'an i ntfct sfcu-lm irmr
SS!!:i af-twarfoll: tKatrd ..r ru. v.-nn.e. Kuir
ontem reeu.ta. ConHilutiun riw u Morgan L
, fDIK!s MrfrulatorneTfj!ir. ne r.imnlte
treatmwi. free alia K 8tT, Jk rranktln use
HDIVMi.m Mil V-tnav RVt." .atrr r. -ij
Jfo n tr h ur r t re f 'ro ra
H..n tor It, n in etiatne mtli.ut t .-naturo
ol the OtM.r sl , 1. ct . riu M -SJn -t.
J.DJR'vj,ij n a. al l a nver-'illng i-a-taur.
rem - ut j.uUiiti m-m ai 'J- 'n
6 t- 12 nour. pent atu-e from oerattun. com
ji.tj t ea'iiri,! tl. aatittactiou gu-tanteed Sii
. Fourteenth -A.
MRS .KTtin WP.rilT. nmatt r me bef-rt-n
lfiTein.nt . heforw enlni !. Kv fr mv
term, treats .r'erujir'ties, trutranteed borne,
round fir mranto -. e ! of rr.-it'.-al and
trained nqrnl-r HiTU- trr nte rra'jlatcr and
tafeRti-rd JT3 art IIS olr rtj n nr'tle
MRS I IIDTWN-Ijid - t-i i.l. Ii
crn : het pliee i- cits ha n 't' :x-a'on.
tralnW j ermine rjt !!r. ai t i i a -o-rate
oeotrtln and safety aiiri t m 'neiv t ire
Jrretruiartfea coore-ta pun -anteo,! cr n cnatKen:
lnant adVcxeil rnformatl-n free lnd.-r T. m-m-Me.
colt or w-tte. Ormtn nnd Freneti -rpoSrn:
patient- n.. t at oration SMI t-d !G rtte
JO cbll r-n rend 2".o d .(nJ ti ""titer I ub i.''.
Merm-J tv Tt c-i1 nMdtnK Sf. 1 ui-. fr boclc,,
viejr,ck if -aante-1.
nii'j.o-n riTY i-iiui'niiTV ro l.-l.
KKSNETT P"i. IS 1-T'i.i t ri aid m i i
eard cnlt.in're IX r-TJ, In gi J fder. pr CO
C !
"T tnriXT -.- sFFiihr '"jnt C tor-r
hrl. k itnr'if g I ath lt k if il I'l t r inte s,
ard. lo . boru Si5. ea K rtns
8ttK. itni, k-.i-t ron -xi.i:.
RPilTlin'i. t.. i . i m t rin i. r
of M lul- en 1 in- . ; 'i I It it-1 tl" .
wl'l be.l t.. e 4crr and ut I. tx . . Franklin.
i:i.i. i;"T'ri: roii i.nvu.
fe. TJ. mil 7T1I M) Mlllfni" -T.
Four w l cr l r- ii, n l . y I u '.1
Irr, "i)i.l . I ci I n f i r te " r a I
gk er. .Mi. , -.in-'ticn If iqui.be b ! ,
l'ltoi'cnTv oir or citi mn i.r..
"atTbIi llarK -.In-Fou' - -m lw rld t0
let- 7 nil . f n -I I. ii if' 1 t-ntil IM -e
i ler I 11,11 km-., ti. traKe ab n ce,mr tQ
-i - jno nh i .. cr -lll trJe lor r.er
ehanll Tit.e I-ar S E '.er. &!5 Chest
nut at.
r.utMS rois sin:.
I"AKV? al m.-
A tt r l ro IjCi
t i.i. M .
1 i.i, l.a"r.-,td.
r I jt.r. Ovtua-
itEVL nsTATU rvuii-. .
KVAOE lTATT. OJ1.LCT HEVTS.
LOVE & S083, flea! tsfah.
Lra money at very lowest rute and ct-at 'a
b rf me Solanee and conreiancera. J.
l.'t P I -' ii Kea' r-'a UI i- J 'la-
llOlliiEllOl.l) I.OOl.
Wan toil.
AM. k c"" 'I Iiou-ehjid i-'-. i ontent" if
Bto. s ai J at t 'a, I .11 v J. J U tall er
Hrl.d ptslaL Jtu.ar 11.. el He it
ALL kmde aecondhand ft-rnlture, atutes. oSico
dek-, . i pri--- fi.e&. atiud postal. llantaUbn,
UI l-r-nk.ta ava.
ATTENTje NCli thee Kitngert-, all ktnds. re
tiaT,,d on dt rte..t n- ie. work citarantead. tend
pmlal. JlI call VI M Hiled. 17 FranaJlJO.
FI.1Tlil.i In lilil if l.re quantlues. ate
rrc iei rt- u all I : iiiiti pa tbt- burbe-a
prll.e m cut Jc-e. fc'7 N Taiiftb at.
OUi fcatfcera. ! pay . c ber pound, send
pjtta j- Ittalatla. il N Mil- M
J'ARTIKS Je"11nlra; hoireKet ,JPS. s" me b't-
. . .n a . 1 i -Mill
( rr l K "J IM'al t- C k- f' " Iks.,. v. -
ta I .(heft p .. "iVou U S. blerenta. I'liuae
i 8ti""NT'HND fur-itur, t-totea. sto . larje
1 or small lota, bouiznt at resale or stures. sT--d
p tes aittt. b ut&aun J "Aasn at
STOVfcS. carpets and furnliare.
I posititoly
Pat l..i:ier rrtv s tnan atii ne In citt . p. ifal
tat"
ICia
ct en prompt attention. J U , CIS N. Tie
To boy some fu-n!-ure. such as iron bed, ni i-l-esit
and sfrin. cair-eta and c'ulrs, ullatl
f r hotrl pun, muat bo ia first-'U' ahap-
II KheaMlc.
lir sale.
BF.DROOM art. 0. parlor. K: aewlni: m-hin.
S-. dicefce tl. bed touitse SI. lo-Hts3 b-sl aard
trot-ts. t les. clocks, pu-ures. l.-t s. Einvtath.
COMPLTE o'jtrt or brass a-ae chandellera,
nt.M be i-d, enrap. I'-l N Comtton ate
FOLDING BED-" hn-tcn (oUinjr bed. r-lrror
frci t. nt a n... e a. "I'll, hoo b..d c-mpWa M,
ati te JM) Oltta et.
RADIANT l.cme I ar 1-cv-ai sts'e. nearly bcw.
Iu perfect order dirt chrap Cll N Ttseliih al
TO I J5 nv and aecoodhand f urettu e bein
Uful m slit .T-ita lugs tt . itnte ,'" enta
. . r. tlarae C . Z.H to .1!) Wath a-
Si PFRIOR co-.k Mute, In perfet oiaer, at
tti.aj. nt.e luker rZ N T-aelfth sl
PTOUE REPAIRS
cf all d-t-6 npmas. A. U L.UALLII6. J it---15 :".
Ihlr-i rt
"" JILMNCb CIICI.
MVN v n.M A nun who tb muchly uo
Mi tig ' Ht- w .ta t 11 fi.1 r l (i M-T-e'jf ii !
ait in U.K Cal .utntiU.i. iuake ritina,ea at1
on 10 n.u an iwr i n e ami jci Miniiin -
.th r.n.t- a -d -rtUr t. e ii. tt rwr
ti j u-c.s ned -t tim anveilnj i is V
l I a,ui- 11
v KXcF.UaxT rrriB-7 opin-pHTtnity
iiiro r a' -b. Tr . 1 1 t r wf tl - T -k
M 1 I -l . i .-iiiif over b-uvht fit
t it , uimM t ti.. .t n u.i-11 - Ut-. has hwu
t 'iii--1. t .uri-. h tk -nU buncr '
a trob.. fr ivf ei-mt 4-f h a endtcor" Thu
bupii.esa . ftf.i tJt-ahi h-J -S.-O.I an aiolttU'.y
Ca1! bai c ere J: i tie tt-aVin-g b en dj& for
trr-- ta s ire tt.k. which i-m wtii f alaut
9 ' "w "rth f dr s-tl- njtio , a-di-s ant
i'ii furi,shg, e ' . Is on f tlw ileac-csl
an! bet tei-f-et J In th Mate ll if famraWy
fc tuat'd i a fonveuiei l an1 plt-a ant r-m at
a ?i, tiaM r ta! Ui fnf of th bfr buotO
c t . i i. br y nets n the atau. iti j gvt
l tl r t'.V r-.l-4 an 1- f U tl rt 1
n -ik - a. i idea! tnttm ts fcbvesttntnt anj oi-nlni;
1 r an -ii .i si ! t po inn i'ii in a H1
t At mn (a-K-ital or oune. The inn-m ry -aiJ
1 " i-i'J in a few da, t. rt fun ntT.a
ti a -ii bv tpn aiiJ stock vaaml ed sStal'd
t.i Aiii I- r-.;ive for tb wW of aatd atVnic
o. CM-i- te I ittifl li. inu. aidre d tj the un
u. -sk: J tnt u til U m. -pt-cisiitr 25, A
I U -t r4riiir tj r!H to rent an art
all bill if not mfiki-ut in J 'U.-'-ic it of ira
i.- AU bid to t ttvc intisnied tor l4' Pr rnt
tf the amount tf the b'd. n ca ct . rt!l-l
cnck. r e to t c u lin mn t um- .r d
I - t I ir th- riaT oi tlu trastee In th- Ftrrt
Sat.o'tal '-nit of Pufield. 11 and if tut a
t "i rtur-"i H(s iaomw and -tamiu- tn-
b'xk -f -c i-Ifl. ard f r full irf mn n aj)i.
ii T T-trtk. ulth Kly alkr HvAvus
. n i te' 1 u - Sio. or an) tra'lln dry
td nan o nwfc-ea Hi" iow-i t-i l'ttti-l I.
11'. r :.'., -uie. anvd. A. G rawfora. Tra
t i tusfieU !,L
LOST AMI rOl'.MI.
laOtsT -"Ah te hulMoa, tons ears bnd tail. r.
vX'undo lu tutJiie of lee, a rearard 410
fttori-sia st.
liTj-n- ar hay hns. IS i hands hlttn. epl t
bar. !t ear4 oid. Monareli Cool Co. Second a&d
bal Jataild sit.
I'T Abot one week nt". tix terrier, brown
around hlt and head, wnsti name of Dick.
Liberal rcttard US N Tmiur third .
LOhT In Koerret-r Orand Itestantrant on
"A 1 ninKton ' trree dim. sd riru-s. Thuieday
me it hindtr a il ra-ceite h-ndu4n-i retftard b
tttiarnunt same to Komcre
STRAYFD or Brolen Th e p it Sunday morn
ing uia' 0 li. Find r wll. re eit teaard. 4i
2v ItsentieUi et
III'MCAI.
' 'HEAR rh aool cf a Krakaaer t.afi to hear
11 is to buy h b. Id o-il ly Daolet O. tunker
I1ant eomany tourteentli and NtrtTa llaraet.
-IMPCRIAIJM." sonc and chor&a: fnll-s.zo
shaft oiuslc. a. . ojyies. li Ot!. lUc dlscoua:
ki --. f eiun I. M. Lfdier. Lunaer. Ind.
M .ni.hji.;n. ftuiur vltiin and liacji nrit -
It - .. tt . re.r.ntt a epe- alt ttrnj mifr
n.n-lr J at Piacot A Eon. IU S Broad a a..
r; NOS and onrans so.-I. rented tuned, at
ot--i ni- The fcsiey Co.. M. oilve at
RUNT Ptnnos-M. It. and U per month, eli--rant
in-trum-nts. rent alloweo If purcita---!. I .
e Mn h. 1 a icfa-tu r. ! '13 Ollte et. A. 1.
W h ui.. r Met
THE old reliable I-a-nerson pun!! sold only by
Cai 1 G Dunktr I .ano 'o. ..urUioaat cvrnet
I'tnirieenth ac North Market eta.
TWO e Ir.llrr ci-gat-Lone roeloi on. mandolli.
siolln and liam. in. a al ftll "4 fu-oadttaj
Trnwiini:u
I'nr J-ale
Smith. c.i.Bt-iph tjrpe'-irlt----s.
la uls Tyi-eariter t ekartaTt.
Tel M ItiS
REMINTJON.
tie t . tit tf.
Cii nitrai Cuild'ee Tel M
"PiR hate LM ttpe-arters fcr rent or sal". Call
or nail cr telephone voitr tuder. r-atit.: ictl n
Kua-an etd To- 1 ik writer fcxthasge. :l i.
Ninth tt -t Lol . II
HOOKS PU'l.ll
'v - I tt r-t iljt aw ll 1 I A : CjOj
L, t a le fr i r M- iiarl t
UKVI ISTHY.
roTON Ktrm O-rtal-H .. 413 V Unwd
? .t of llh Jt , iiriiccb extraU':)? Jjc;
L'lfVi:? iJa ( -j-. a ua ua it Uaal.lt
UJj'MI SlUUIU J''JliHI-IbOUinS. ,ij i-vl- j
..u i.ipn witji ar.11 .t 1 n. im s:u iLiia 1
J!S rt t'-r J7 C'tor Otfe Drornetcr
1
itl t'Jt H'JVl" IJ1" tvni III."-" ail I"1"
. t iVirr mn ocl glrlj. Call anI n-;
I u d.o. III line it.
.1. An. I r.F.na
tll'ULl VNS
K tJ STKAn.-'. Irn Fxnert G. W spell' n
$2 up: cumiltctttcd casea a. ptctatt. Isj
cast St.
IHIISNM ikim:.
AHTlSTIf dreasroaklr. and ladlrv talltrl- n.
iPitortcfl Je'lBtm work e-iuo-l i fn-ri i -tl'ti
atlfiem iruaranti i-i . f.rm.r.y ol Itika
p. Ktl duster li lMt.ua .
111 '
im:n w ivi'i:ii.
CAS-II for uncanceleil, printed tr iddr "ed to
fal co ! ir hae tltero cfsM, mi Lit. n-a
fct naai 1 -titio e y .o . ttmo-l a. Jac .r ' bl ;.
r AMII.Y naninK 4c a t-mnd. rre K ae t,
tl i tawel, auJ table Hnn Ir. nel. -hltt- 7 .c
1juo.a lt4r) ji'i Moruan at rm.n . Ct
ivrnn -i.-iTkin n iii:n.
NVOKK l:roBin-t TVn t Kelle or f ni-
; t. ids. Nt . ni d re t-. . u ir 1
jn- i:i.i.m:ih wm.
AMI i-r u.ica-olcd (Kt i car I, .ins p. t
tt,e stamp!, t rcmini coin l.Nt. I . -t le uu
buu and Coin Cotnpar, 2rj N t i-bth .t
iioiii:-, ami vi:inri.i:s
"it ii tit cii.
KORns and t hi. Ics b.uir! t atu' .1 rn . !n
rl at. n Unit II -.-y I r hlit Puf.j - ll N
I.ltilil -t. Ti-1-h-me. Kin'c Jj A '
I101E5 and ii-h'k b Lvbt anil w 'd c. w".
trllon. llj.hi lery f hire I'uS, , :i N.
NUttb et. ile-.nttt.. Iiirujf i A !?
l'.ir ..il-.
AM. Mod, c: liu'liir-n jiii.rl on) dell t. -7
tvatfona. alo . II-;at trn k epric stake ttuu. !
iolui Tobluka. ltA N fciB
t.1 RTAIN end Kla" aonettee. drumnjer
tai.j a J dell e-y -aonu. ail k nil-, i"n i-r
tim-r. MiCabe-Bltrman Wagon Co . IJlT N 1 wat
FINE rub-ier-tire runabout S. Up nagcn 2w.
S.m l.lxh at
FINE bay hire weUM 1.5o p-Hin.t,. !
rb.ap or tiade f r eirtlr rt. rae. ti ais o.u.
m a t-arauln. I Fianlslin ate
llARNt-3. reevndhand and r. ut rock bot
tcir frtrt-.'. udglii and horet blaoketa. Bruadaay
llarres ttrre. UCCI X. Br-t?ay :
HK'l-S tit -1 borriiln. tn et'a .f oilrv
a-n -. U and ti es.-h. :o set s.nsie "aatv 1
liarnc-s JI 4. lj N T'dite nt
I.ANUAI'S At a bar--ain aetiml leconduanJ
la-ionus want Mm. rpilr- at K eai.li j.v
! 'mi Jaa. CmlnBli. Son i (..., Z 11 I
cut al.
I "NE fiood horee and light ejitlns natcon; cbeap.
j 3T." t-alrton ave
I ONE furniture car. one new laundry aa-on.
! one top bugie- . alfc gardener anj eptinc agot-s
aonn Juki, .l 10 . tntn at
bTOHM buitete. phaeto nine , ;ri me
ivoona park whk r? fa'ni ann ..ri'ei 1 1
ti.'j. na. our cv.n toa-c u s. iialn it- Man ey &
Thompson
iii'mm:5s rm t.i.i
P"iRIN 1ar. tob-ici-o and la mdry branis
w th alvintr-i on-, acod oci'lon. h--e r de u t
set. .tier pus n. as fi 4 !. vtuna i-th b.l
I.lTl H i: si b.lnefti( In c un rt t'n, ni
cil. aale . II. H !-t ph ns. Hu ce on. M.
e lOAIt -tand latntdry branch an.1 onVi t 00
ertft.r sola . rent of place "... ?1tl U jlnut t
t HRM.K crocery at. .re lor r--nt and m k ffr
!. one of the best corners, from G .11 1 1
Tivt otea, I will jbve a Uobls Iat k I--
, t-a'tsfactory reaaona far seiilnc T 47. R k'ai-l.c
, PKl'C ttore fcr ailt.
I til I I.G atre.
I H"TiTl"IlANT f'0-d pavng re-taurmt.
ticerdets aid rn-lenj. kn . c np-l qv..
1C re'taro'esa or prtc. .-, ttdii.1.1 lit
aICUlCAI
I ALL. r-rKate dlsa3 a rpe.lalte at F-anklla
1 Atentw t-ree Imeti aiy KH I .-ank' n at
! UAtaAUIA cared tmre or no pa, wrlt-j or caiL
IC HI ik bli's . T.nth and Pine.
l)i:i.NC, CLl.tt.MaMS .M1 lUaU'tlHItU.
YtM'n clMh c'-ir d iUo-S id r,t-trd nt
tv larahJe pn . ir -rij uj. l.i h- 1 lt .
arn rmi .- --v.A.'-rj-'a-naaM'Ha i i'
411.11 CLOIIIING lUM'C.lri.
FFaaVTHEIaS n'ANTKI I iv h1ei"t market
rn e fa i weight .Uo c.tri s rtnU i z I
bought. ' a3 or a'drtss M. M-.l i ..! Ji Oli.e
1IIUI1E8T cash priet-11 paid fr la j.i anl aen-
in 1 are-..
ill ot
U'n.eus can'-m tiotiinK us ail-t-
send post-tit. J. Miller tua Uolnut st Ki
' A -Li
i;i:i.i:i t ui:i:s.
BE2X!.N hares, xiit 1. 1 d v u sar.t. al right
pr - 1 p.nn. D.n.tr. C Iu.
tj lo f. t-r pair, depenoa on pedl-trc- a plras
Itlit and ore'lllabie busin--a. 1 r lu-t. an es
a. il id.'. A Hoitand. I. on lUter.l.t. e"un:.
Cal
roii s.v:.i;, t. vrn.i
'OCKER i-jani-I pu, 3. In n ! u,,. 1
atcl BU-k I. iliinii, inieit 1 1 z
I.dea d.lljo Kelin. &, l.. Nc tfa HZailae
U.WCIM"..
ATTEND I"rcf. De Honey's reciptlois etery
Tu-sday everuns. ladles, lot. . gents t- I . .
tin.y fiae-it tl wr beet nusic lctb a id O.i.a.
Ei'UPM! Danclri, AcaJ-mj Fhrit. J. l-at Ka.l
ce'-.-t parties e-try Uciineed iv oatiui, mw.
d Item., -j and etrniia-;. leaf-una vt-xy iuta
da and Friday evifiaat
rill, iatrat fad. hlrt-ualt Partvrat iTofesaor
Pit.ultc'a new and te-auuful -l.ii.cli p a.a.e.11..
Ihumday rteslas, Septemot-r -,. ; l--i.kl.t
at t nue.
I
VISIT Professor p.hnltes nsr and beau If.d
d-itic n aeaktc., .:j l-.-ankln a.r ; le-js- .
Aionddy eteelras ti per term, aeien so-eptiuiu
Thuit i-r etewnss.
IVAl.TZ and two-step tancht tn pritata l.-a---!
S3 full tertu, in clasr., t tr-fe-r !
Il.-n.y Aeadeoiy. l.lKhteenth and Olive. Ai
wa) a open
IMOiCLUS.
1'or itlf.
ClaEVETND. recent anl t.rti- hlctetaaai
Pt la-wls Welt C -', N' -. 1 t . k for
"Mor-ran l ( It plione A3 til. a4, lUnl h A 71-
f.'""M'lI-lMJ trn tls cnap expe-t re.o. liif
pi. ni ut 'tone n-j,!4-s ana landein. :. r nt
C (uinl'ia Hicjt.Ie . lvik Olite Lin-ieP 1414A
roii vi.i:, 3ii-r i:i,i.am.oi s.
A Bl'e bar-raia sale this tffee-s in IV-iuraa nnd
Frames, 1 1. t" t'llai.a t -u-, ito ta;t ns
I.dtk Art Co, "- t-rasklln ate.
.V ! bottle of t-h.j-i Ske-iet" knocks njOMjuT
to" F'-r sale by ati dro-c--tr.
li'.'T yoer eetondhacd lujllin-' materia la Irom
Ar.1e1l.an V.ie.ki-i to., Xaadeveoter a d --
1
1 n atea
DRirAlIPOtiK-Bock telU your fatur-iro-
Icilc marri-aie and lore affair. Bend ? tn
ettn-ii i:e.Uble Bot.k Corep..ny. lid I Market St.,
St. leiul
Kl'ISON" phonof-Tapha, (1 a tteek. Conro jJroa.'.
"h-i:-; Otlte at
l.L&OANT Ilnin-wlck pen) anj S yTi lald-s,
tvll or rent reasonable; ai.v i. !. of supnde-f
an hat-rd J L Fowler. S21 Market at.
FINn walnut ease four stats, deo IJeskiTtii
enter ten feet hlsh. eight feel wide i.M 8.
x.r. atiwi
"ItJR Sale Railroad photocraph ear O. Hitn
StuartNeb
FOIt fate Prlvile-rest far tit Ine dutt-hman. cane
ni.k, knlfa n 1. and nher cames at t i-n
Fair 1 r st I ais Count) . A Jdrt-e Jacob Rtu Jt,
Jr fc'tudt. HI 1
XAJESTIC f.r Rana-e Hamtle, Xa to rer
cert Ics. thtn rea- i.r c h nl.ea. at Condi n
In'. "." and TVSt Marae: at.
sj.f..vrIIAN"Ii Mlla"! and r.. I mb:easro
r . tt.e with tne rlvl.e. .t bu.'na Tha
Hrui-ick-BaH.e-fVnen ier C . . !. S Fourth
UHISXT of ei eft'onaj titja'itt one full Raj.
U r. r ' ked in 1 lal 1 1 x. ft.r is H. K ntot ky
hUi.y Houre. 17 rrani'ia avc. Et. I.ula. Sid.
cisi-irr n.ij.NiN.
J-
AUi ork guaran-erd J N Verdler Steam I
Cirpet Ileatlnc itnd R'lKivatlnk Co, N.ncte.i a
ano line, jemes. wrjcTi mil ..lata WS K.a.
D 7
t'XRl'KTS taken up c'ei ne'. nia.l-ovTr-aid
I.-l d la-s Mtrk, lowet ert.es Lmplre -att-am
C.rpet 'leanina Co t:a LtK-as Mam ll":. Oa.
FNTEI.rRlK Ftcam farret Cianln-c en
Epe-lal atimt n to t r jt. .p.ins; relit n-r
lesion and Ferdteton. I i-alell a: Kir D -U.
ST IjTlFIS Sttam fanet ( leaning t-n rf,,.
ffrft-ciass nut, at reus nab e prli.s Itrll Forest i
IM Ktnl.acb V 1-C4 as, Easton ate. '
TI1RFIJ cen's per ard stci-n eatprt e-tn'ne. '
lest ard larce t. ia, I y i.,n y,r p r ay I
Eagle Works. 1 tt. Charles St. Kill C. SU
C.OI.II. sI,.K NII NH IvE!, !'I,TI.M..
fiOI.t and -rilter platuw in ah bran. hee. ensh
for old gold ant! inter, ane gold for aula. S-e-kamp
t Knu, SI.'- 1'ine gt
WALL l-U'KIt.
UIO He.luctlon-l.fty rolls white blank paper
r JL-i ene ar.J two b.nd tot der. !" a toll
umineii Wallpaper Co., 3 ,. -jroaji.ay
fcr
llumme.
tvaiaia ratr.t.-iip-t tea. are j wjj ciier
jo r r t tr-; . up it rk guaranteed it I.
t.l-j; t . I all. a"
7C1.N li a ' " ni I'aFn"h -rirr Li-s
lnr a ni p . ' e. oil nc . c at
i ait i a' i tt n truamnte d s-nJ .o tat.
KMCIITH OI" VIHIVi.
AfJIF iiii no :tj. k or r.
j' tvi . y TurJiy i Inc at o'rl-cit
r . . .. ' .. .. t. .. 11.41. rin .11. .
N--W. Mill IlUrtlOKI' i ..uumi ,. civ Mt
ii f..t 'r-v 'n ranks jLwv, on wrd
.nii v..r-. 'n '4'im jim on ii u
irito" coTllar.y lr 'ril fliJ-i n. 11.- c-tnMd
nt. mi!a sllpt 1 lv r
... .. ....... . ..!.... IT .. P . 5
Mt-f trilllam II Melton K -f ft , s
' "" " " - -, 1
fy 04PTLE II M.t. nOERT P WAN.
53 itiiMlnc Mnb anl o v k -On Mou-
dav Mp'.mt-r i" at ! i m shsrc
'"'"rrnVlV T V. Vt ",." iTdSZ
'o- t e ia-K of nnlBit. nmtMt.d fu m.
Ai n. r' . . ure rs'f tr.1 anil W r ii. c r
c'n'lv lnnt.J SMI S miHl'.wiV, c. ' !
-" t II tlT Rbett" K o' It & S
I'tsni: ham. vnviTun i-oikif.
N'.i K ) I". re ta In fe-'tury bul.l-
X '" Mr and rnte , ha I N. I.
'lire 1 ' ur-n. ei or Worli Ii L tilutit
r-'nk at o r ntii . on Itiur .Hv t-en.m'er n
tr !'.Ii ! f in V'frllur c-.rlla"e in. t. I n
a. or, r ieiiuei.ted t. Ie pent vt.,-- are
, .! k.i me l i i n Kwi:i-, c. c I
I " i nt- K of n. .t s
roi.i i?Bi ijnnj'F .vo. - k or
P ti eta er Tile!--- i..itn; at S(
53 o- ! en rj'tTc li-ill lntllrr buM.i n.
t-ccti. Til "l e t TlU'r 11 liu-ine-n of m-po-'-in
e to all nienib-r-i. d net fall to att-nJ.
i tto-ii xel.ome
jpun n riruii c. c.
3 r inipaej. K. of It. A S
CONeiPTNrF 1inOI- NO IT. K. Of
"J-Vy P n tt . r Tbnr-'d-ii. oveplrc tt
JSSS "' He 11-ttl e em, mo nn I ra
' ixH-u- Work In rin' 'f I'n-- Tlmr
cl. lii--i'.t M rber eiecte.l t .itttnd aM
"111 I cy-ij alle In 'Tel
J. mv M IILTt-O::. C. OS.
tv I'lln-n Fiber. K. el P- & S
J lAMO'J IWOK NO. M K OF P.
r me. tn iverr Hwlncdar erriinir i- Fm
'W f '-ial H-il' Flenth a-,1 Frmklli ne
nil' Ha1! Ni- 1. Iluflne,. 'neetlntr.
It n r- rs. .'it'" r4tol' r re-int and ,lt tin-;
Th-r'M 1j -Hi. inled
trfd Tonvm-o. - r
Mi"t IT I". Bei-meL K. of li is. K4J.
T m-jftue
V
.
i iTrrr r.rFAT iarx:i: no ."; u
CjfcTf cf p ?-i ets trt HH"ti etenncat
"3S3 l?.--ian II-.lt Tn'r.'etti ari --Hi-
e .(- -et. Next Uelne d-it etenirr --i-t
nt-r ''h. work In tie ni k or 1'as.c and Ki
,t .v - to" i-. - t--'! in.-illv
UVi:ilT P FRtT-CHL! C. C.
t t I ertv.i f n. A. S
OOI OHM itoi.rKV citowjc iir-ni-: -co .-;.
t nieer, etry tr.m eipnr-f nail
iT " te.h t"n r certurv 1-1 1 l.'i-c N eth
7 "'p an fl'ir .treete tAotk tn rurk of
' i-s Vn rht si o. t reeulir 1. -"tit en on
FVduv -nt'Tber Al' m .- J
OKOWM -1-it.rited V r't 1- poi-n-l Intitcd
C U-IM.EV C r.
ITenee - Scott. K of 11 B
t..'FYFTTF IvOTHlF. NO 1S K OF
r-P n-ets V "s'ij evr. ntr Auru't ' .
at It I'Vee-t m fc I dl c oil - "tttt.
iw tl-rl.th fl r Tirk In rnnk of Ivri e' t
'VAI.TFR ! WlfTOX. C C.
I At-it: Fred Horn. K of R. i. S.
' a "" ""
j-jpr Fiv. Ha!1 if ,i
JSSj ! Uv etenlne
-V 'irt-OI 1,1 l.'l'ail. -af m . , tie I" ,
F1V Hall I! 1nd hu1H1-r m-eta ete-y
V'etor - tT-its ttil-
comc toil's-' t tYKTt-l n c 1
rnrle. - Fink K of It . S " ' .
PltlFlf JjOrtOF SO n. t OF P. i
m -ets e.e-e U'edtt'si'-iy etinee In I n
t'l- j'l 'Ine a rfiwct i'n r Ni"n
ami OI street. r)i In t'e F o 11 e
rtrk It edm'-dot etenint; -t"'m,ier r SJetn-let-s
e,-eted and rlsitors eordt til, ttltel
F V IrX)l.K. C. C. I
W Campbell K ?-- t
r rAHtf.ni faOnoF. no p k of p. !
rflavV n'' ' ei-ry Ti e d,y erentnir. hall No. 2,
"-ijsi-j, 1 M F. -l"-a hnl!nv. Mnt and Ollin
"" ll '. V. "t T e nek .f t.JUlre
t:ril-s apj v-ctors . rdltt Invited
O M f rTIIi"ci-;fj. c. e.
Ati.ft 1 ra.k J tn.n K ufUiS
rprVinR laOOCE no : k of p i
-.-'"' In im tant All n en lvrs a"e enrnes'lv
vw? i.o. t-(5 to tx present a rtcalir meel
" Injf "urta, e e 1 -ep e rr 13
Work In tie ia'k -.f I-5-- Hall No 1 OJJ Fel
lo iBi'di.K n STTl'hKV. C C. 1
Attiat: CI.r n IVIIIIama. K ofH is.
i hei cross i.or c.v. jjo si. k or ,
"P. meet, et r Wnln slay at Odd I"e:-
2 ,,u, """ Mrth .-tnd Ollee -t'eeta Net
Urdnf-dn. rejr lar s'i i anJ no k In
amplified rank of Knutot. A' k . -th'. are Intlttd. I
51 V DEAN C. C '
Alirr-d IVj-le. K III H .'.
t AilAm I.ODOE. NO. :4. K fiF P.
-R ! rite .. k in t' e rank ' latiur'
n i fieptemvr i et fftie H Hi
Broadway and Bent n V s to s aie t 1
Co-e J K. Itl.'aAII.'j'S, C C.
F I! ch!eSen. K ef R S.
ll ll.lA 1 aa..-.
"A J It Perkins. K of R. .V b
TV A-flll.NOTON LODGE. NO H3. K
of P fi tela et-rv Frldat etenlri.. ffnl
SS ',:, '' "' Teirrle. beventh and Mar- I
1 Juatr 1 le - I II. a r I
pig F Uuy lepteml-er 21 v Members are
r. t-i -lei to be pre.-enl. VisTi-jf brot ers alwa)s
w,:..in. OJXA.NT I.OCE r C.
J I Our-in-t h. K. cf R, a. 8. .104 clam ate. .
"IU' ..onliE, NO tl. K of P-MEBT3
eterv llord-tv eteiiing at 8 p m IlurllrKtia '
but utng. Xaabth nuor Kank work evry meer
Inr F J VOLMItB. C. C.
Attetst H J Cnn-jy. K of R. .. b
iv.Mr.iiTa or riTiii.u uvriniu.
-,. -! i r.niE couNmts KN'OHTs or
JJCJ rule ..oW't. t I ic l- a Lei t
r.4? i-iri.t-Kxet u tte bard meet "irt
SaOKSaal ' ft thl d I T d VI. S ti t.
W' lN.tl TKV T.
"lav"- Pup etn, C lef fir K' lclit
C Thos. S IidrrtJ. -Butreme Ht-e.idi.r
IMI.itXLO Crl" "C1U NO. M. KMGUTS OF
Ft cr Mitre, mttis re o id and four'h 1.1' I.-
tl i f e i mofitn at -t Joao'- Hall s.-ite.r.n
a 0 Ualoti rt e,ts Memhv.s. Die- be i-rvsna.
, "llAiI.nic trotre a nelLome
"ll& I Wc.N ti. tN. Chi,f t'lr Kr.lcLt.
refer If. Sunn, iteejicer.
6T I.AVR5VfB OTOOI.r-3 CnrNTIU NO
Knlgtta u Father ilat its tnet-t. -irst and
thlil il rda-,: ol taih mi th. nt M-hl Halt.
laf ti t al n strtt "tlt-n t ttr-. please It- -.ro.eul.
u.tipx 1 1 others ttele-ome.
'Ne. T HOST. Chitf Sir Knuht.
Jno J --Vulti. Reeordtr
mou w;i. anii ii) im;.
AMLR1CAN fci rao ant Moving Ct. ill:. Oll.v
f t 1 a ti sho p r., a era e sihi I. -Ouliu.
Til Main 1 w II Uincdale. President
.-. POSTAl. to W V I-rfiian, lomlel wsre.
lit o. 4427 Martrarctta for low price on root .nir,
pa..i.g. ship, uia or etorage T-l T1 r U.IM
II PORTMA.N. Storaite" Movtme. Packi
end bntpi. na; t - M L' ol? and Eaii-t -t. I. ui.
Kin V U.. "3eil I. ler a?A. O'tlcc, ;Wi c"ats
NEW "IORK Storace CVnipany. ofBce. HI
Tnti n Trj-i bulio n y.01 pa k, lnla, stur
Sne furniture In private lootii-i- 1'njne Main Ki
tfCI.IAPLE Slcr-j-ie. Paekleg and Movtiu Coin.
trta 1 Lciest rat.-, nurl'itu iof rtaitiia. tin .mi
4.12 Laston ave Phones Hell 171A Kin .-r4l'
-"i TH -ids !t-iru;e and Motlnr Co. Ufl. !'J3
and l.-t. b.iine) u Tel MJney -i
c ;-, ahwili ti:i.t firi.ii:(ii"1vw
JIQiGS Warehouse Urand ar 1 Laciedi
ate. fcr the -afc-ket-.'na of tur
tllor pane., trunks taitia -iei lauxea. e'C
esiefui mntin-c paekine sri.p'g. rtc Money
adtan--rd c-nlm (ro:- to oui tare RsilmatJJ
lice Uet jur --te. I inas r VaC c i--L
ft. ei. -.ai.-j.NUiU. JIL. u t-u . zzii! u.ire st.
IIIIIC TION.U
IIAIK'R Ruatnesa Academy, fur youm? I.nllra
end srentiemen. $ a Thomas st , da and stea
ms giaauuar sehcol .ail oem-nereial brancnei
taught.
I UlbSOt III Co t-e s Uiw. t tntu-y bulHmir
I Cab or send for cats cue Un. J. Hopin',
ptt-sieent I'ay and c.bt s. bools.
l'RI".A1 les-sk-in. hoi-tisnd tyiv.wrtt!n. o-j'y
exelirite -bo'thittid r i.l In !ty fni'il. t.
cour-e. 1. sloneit mrtr 1 u.ed. Inte.tisaC-.
liarnet, "i UatrhlULt a ate
i s iiici.iini.iiF.i'.s viniriiNiis.
oFFIc -. of ilerubli Uirillinic Company. St
Louts, s r trr N ti e I bei't- given
that ll.e a it. i tl u.tei ns of the st tf, il .its
of Tre Hepi.i it huilulnir C icwn) w il U- h.::
at lu ofnee i the company, ..-wmhii bul dint. '
ftt. iaiuis. Mo . on Tu. eitai !-- trmbtr .a 1 n.
at 9 o. lock a m foj tie eicu, n of dl.et trrs
and tl iran-tacitc. of ait.ii ol....r i-uuh-ii as i
... a .nna h.l.uu ll. 1 ,1.1 I I
. uu VV...K aa. ...a ,. aw- ...
Ff-Tl J A -LiE. President.
J. I. Van Ularto-i crttar-,
I ST IXL"I& Sept. Id. l The annual mtetlng
of - atockhoititrta) of tl' Con I' Cairan l'rlnm.c
Cobiiany fir :te elet tiun of three tilietors to
eeiie during the ensuinit ye-r and for the i-a .-
action of such other bJ-tress aa may -.tt t-e ly
come be. -re toe m-'t ng ld he Mid at the fl. -j
. of ire ctai-anv. fiictti N' Third t . m. Umiit
I Ma. n the first day o Ortob-r. I'M, at 10 a tn
i CIjN P ll ItllAN. Pr.sl.ltnr.
C I'. O'Fallon -rcrun
SISTERS IM TEEN'S MISSING.
Villiaiiis (.i.'l- K'nii Away After
.Mother Found Love Lettei-.
Viola nnd Annabel Wil.lanv. -ist' r, 1,
and 14 ie.trs old, it-pectlveiy, have di-ap-I-ared
from the home of iheir moiher, Mrs.
Maggie Wood', at No. 2&a Olive street.
The left home Saturdaj morning, and
though the mother lias been trying by ev
es iiit-aiis to locate tin in. . has not yet
f-ucteedtd For the .a-t month the gir s
were supposed to be worklig al the l.Ianke
Candy taetoiy. bJt ir his t-en learntd
that tnatead of working tn-y wtre siiendlng
their time at pa.es of amu-ement
Mr? Woods has been eittplojed at tha
Hi-t'l Cartil HeEtauraiit. and on Saturdiy,
about S in ihe morning, sre taw her daugh
teis paeslrg that place the called to them
and asked them wn the were not at work.
Thj aid ti ev wtre jast going downtown,
bin th. trotntr no'iLt 1 that th-.y were
dri .'I in tltir b si cio'hes and she cr
dvr. ti them to go h- me Tnet ssarted to d3
.-o an p, ,i i ii-en d.scottred that
M 'a 1 1 t-.o t tiers n her liand She
I fj
i?f MAIM'T LOr-CE. NO. . K. OI P .
WVni'i' even Elu U) e.tnni- at i
""-&., t c. k arp at I u' d Hall fomh.u-:
" .or. i MM i a'xl Variet .reef ilt-
. t ruialil, Ir.vlled and ti,.il'a p t' d
- - aa.a. . . .. .' . . a a.- .-a rt
ti... t. e-.
sKcnirr mcictii:s.
.cii:.nt riti:i:
A .Ml
ALCKITUD 'IASns.
COP-NKKSTONH LOIKin. NO K3. .V-
. F & A M n:ultr roTmunlcitlon Mai
V JT : y enirr Sm terrier 17 8 oclrok. at
'r Grand Awru Ma on c Temple. ir.in.I
.iM.l Pint .! ai vii-ib f.r? Ira f Tlj 1 1
i,iu,t- ctrJlali
M. W. Smith!
a .., ,
ak . "M ,M
"Vlrttcr Cvrillal'r laelromM
II X 1 ClIJUll.M.Ul, W. M.
M. IV. Smith. Src-etary.
A , G:C MP WAJIIINrrtOV T.XIP NO.
TS 2T A ' ." x Jl -t-rat-I rcmTOil-a'lon
r ' a Oil i ril.ilji rvtnini. hept titter
- t M. jor.le Tinrlo Cran.l anl I'n-
n jirnue-. t.,rk In K A .licrre llrmtr, ate
turn -t'y reiuioted. and -.Ifltur, fr.itemally Ui
itej t, attend
Hrrn I'lhcu ecreiav.
A TTSKA I1D0.E. NO 4 A. I &.A.
TcV- V at. 1 communication thl . 'Mond.-ii)
,V .lenl-i; Fcp'emt er U. S o. lol. c-inT
' ' t 'KMh i" I i"iu:ikl'ii airnue Work l
Mel! r llivltod
wit Founx. v
A 1 .ip-i Klclntiif "ecretarr.
M.
Mlr-airi'I LJ-JHOK NO 1 A P Jt- A
" M -titj communicatlrn nt CoilntMan
TjJT "' Orand Atenue M.-i.onl Temple on
'Vi iii.i--,rv Septrail-rr 3". T-S-i i in 1" C.
ileif -e M"1ilirH reO.Ue.tt-1 to Jttend. VlsltlnT
lrtth'en fraurna lv irvl iL
t.iu-'.oiiY s Mii.u:n, tv. m.
J In II. IVeni. ec-l-try.
"a OtVIDE.VTM. IjODtli:. NO 1C X. F.
yi A M Itemilir co"nmuil.ailcn at
Jy Cr-ir.il Atrnii Ma'onlc Ten.ple. IMi
' e ' IMki uvi etenlr-r t-tttenbi r 17. ct S
..I .k Woik In T C dei.re. Vlsltms brvlh-r-11
otilti'y Intlti'i
MM. M I'OUTEO-A W. M.
A V o!l"r Sctretary.
KMClirs imll'I.AHS.
fiSt' t-T Ilt'I3 CO.MMANIiEltV. NO. 1.
JTw Knli"ita Terc-llar -t ted ccrtlate lt
Zr iJI. nclayl at s o'clock p m Orand
w!iri" iitil tinrev ateni es r knltfhts v.tl
pu t' N" ATEItIItC-iK, C-injcun ler.
I: If (Mlf-iiL Iltorder
iiMtoN-, 01 itLWi u:ni:.
Xlnrh i.n.1 Olii rtrts Trr- tan
dlr.-ili frt ta IntTlrr-M-i r.imn S OniUol n.111
T ik n " I nibt A.ia!-ltion cf TeTJinry nJ I
jt- 'i. (urnreF lb line nr Knivni are ir
Uri it . .ilt"-i JOIIK UKEUTS Ui 1 Marshal.
iu t la, Hill liar n of Keccrii,
tl ril!rtf n bullt-alnc.
IIO.I. AIIC.MI.
(.HAND COU.NCIL. MI?-OL'RI
R .1 Arc-iun. !l-:ii ltlind '
rjijdtj; eroiji wei 1 me to wa
tt s triTii.. I theen iii'l nemler-i
fi-r. .Toad I- J t ni-flR, (1. n.
'"lis- B. Co.. CranS Secretary.
J!- CMiA.V.NL. COLVCIL. NO IMI IlOTI
SET- Ai.an.m. meets second and fourth Men
l7rZ? 'if of each month at It-e Hill Hall.
'' Mn, le ana ll-rnilltun ae., al p. ro.
13 tins brulkera Intlinl tn attend
J a l.G-Jfc-US. Il.ge-it.
It A McCirdy. eeceiary
TcT CWU! LANK COUNCIU NO .
.,i Hi al Arr.Ti.m mens flr.t and third
IPa Mondats of tain no th at hwi Und Hill.
-cFl " arde.,rier and Flnnty atenuei.. A cor
dial ai-i.o.iic 1, extcnlid 10 all tUiUr.fc
fciia local zscnibtrs ct lie order.
, ,, I- E. OETTrS. Regent.
J II. Dunn. Secretary.
ei COVPTON IHLIa COUNCIU NO. K3,
rTJ-a ' XAi 'rc-ini.m. meets Prst and th(rJ
'2rAJ " "! of each tnn.-.th at Anch. r lla.l
c rrer Jelf r,in and Park avenues at s
p is M..iiti(f btotnera fratie-itlly In.lted u
-Itetkl C. O FlSt-lIflt, Rrsect.
1 II Frederick, fccrrtar-..
.$, Ill.LMAK COINCIL., NO So4 ROTAt.
;IX -s ai uir. n fen rtRJlatly on the e o-d
'.J'-jJ"' 1 ml t" rh ll-nda a cf each mo ti at
".e.t I'rd Ha 1. I'nney and Vanlctenter
ntenurs Vlat'rn curtil'illy we , oine! and rleas
kill .ttrr alntd 3. It HIIACKE.N", Hs-nt.
v. E. Nenci n. Stcrttary
KMIIino aM LVOli:- OP M.CUIUTY.
SEt 1 RITT COFNCJU NO fil. K. t I OF
s m. ets eterr Mo-dny et rlj; at S o clt-ck, at
I" cc ix Hall J.ff-.--.n nndCiss ateiuc? ilem
bere aie fti.jesia-o! to aittnd A cordial ttelvOin-i-M.ndvd
tisltit brotliers ard sisters
P. F. ULlMUTII, P.
I". r -ard-r, K.S
cusile 11-irt F. !--. No. 15"-A Laf.la street.
ItOYAI LHAUli;.
C HOI Ala IJiAOlF. tT. LOUIS
t-IvA7T Count 11 No. Ia. rre ts ett-ry Rr-it and
fi-a- third Mnnda of the month In Il!.a
?. Hall, llohand bulldlt c
:i! HKllaL KlllKDUlNDCn.
.uls O. ALrtaSt. fc'cnb-".
ROAl. I.FAOI I- 3i3UTH SIDE COUNCIU
No b"i. meets ettry second and fourth Monday
tf the m ntb in Antho' Hall. Park and Jeffersoa
.1. ets At ilci s-Aaaaicil, Arcnon.
.1 A rhUlltl. Scribe
KOAI. la-AOUK. HAMILTON COFNCII..
No lui meets tin tlr-t sn I third II in Uyn of
eath n .int.i al Ia-e Hill Hail, Maple ajld liaim
llton attnuts.
C V I)NGFEI0".V. Archon.
I) c IVr-. Settle.
i.i:;io of iioMin
l.XCKU-IOfl COIINCIU .NO 17. LHOIO: OF
li ior. nt.-ts first ar.d ihlra rut-da)h at Turner
Hail. No 3Ht La ton a. .cue Mtzniitirs aad vt-i-itors
reuuested to attrlid
J A CAI1R01-U Chancelisr.
J P. Farrlr,ton. Iletofdtr
ltMI. Ill's M i.ihi: OI-IIO.NOIl,
lii.lM. P'lANCH lAJDGn. NO. SI. K.
t of II -Hvku t -r-tet-'tti lift anl third
'A Mondats at Cr.ifii Hall. K-uthwcut cor-
i .'J ner i.roau-ea) an i Ii nton ttrtct. All
Kindnts of H'Sior are lntitf
I'l In 1 C JON"l"a. Llttttur 43j) McPl'craon ave.
Ptjton C Jjri-e. lic-orier. 4jJ CM 1 Ft liven a
lUlidllla
."tnscni.LVNiioi s.
MlbSOCRI lOFN-CiU NO. XI. V. M. I.
tnt'la otir. Tue-day eterlng at V. M I. Horn-.
No. - laJ-e lou.etHrd. Roin-i open et.ry
".r.iia and runda; VUaots ttelcotne. -aiker
tj rtembt'ra and friend t trnj row etinlni;.
, M J ilAi".iL.TO". Prtslueat.
y Wfiaer. ci ne-nondii z becrttar.
aked vtiiere tht c.tnie from. nnd. on re
calling no n-iitiii. she seized them. The
gills then ran uway and have not been
set 11 si'lte.
The letters were directed to Viola Wil
liam?, und bole the address No ati: North
Ughleenln sireet O'le was signed A I.
Ttiomas. and the othi r J. fulloin Uarns.
The writer of one urgtii Viola at.d her sis
tir to run cway with him and another man.
Kirne-. in i is lel.er, halt! lie wint to Cairai,
HI , ev. r ti.tv, nnd, conseq jently. it is t-up-pi.se
J that lie la In business at that plaee.
A fiend of Mr-. Woods saw the gills
"-.iidoA morning on I'r.tnklin avenno. They
tun ii.id ci long lilntk skirt? They are
tlMi'i'hurs of Mt. Woods li a first mtr
ria.. O'urge Woods, a S-burban nioior
inan. is the stcpf.tthcr
CHINESE STRANDED.
liroulit to .Meico Under Contract
Flockiiijr to the Herder.
i:bpi"bi.ic -ti:cia
1.1 I'aso, Tex., Sept. IS. Chinamen by the
dnzons are Hocking inio Jurea", Mexico
f.ttn all parts of the Republic, and many
.it.- dai! i rideavorit-g to t iHer the United
M jte-j Several who nrnved in Juarez to
d.ij tell .t piii '" Moiy of their experience
In Meut Tl et state nearly l,&w of thei.
nail" nlllv were tamo-d at Tamplco several
moii tin ago lit labor contractors and went
to wrrk on tin- wluirfs of the Mexican Cen.
tral lloa J there, en I its dltferent extensions
In th- InlTior Tl.t v.ete to work a cer
tain length of time lor tne company It, con--li'tint-on
of th-ir Ir.inaportation. ttnd at
tht r.i of thai le-rlod were to get $1.2 per
d.ij with eteady posillot:-. When the tim
o tlmr fre ct ntni i p rtsi last week they
were all Uts"h iiget', j the works wern
(Oinptete.i. and all it ft penniless. They -e
no", sirinded a. d -'-iturtd over the Ue
piibiit and ar muklng their way slowly to
the United -itates tiordei.
to tv the TEitiirroRir.1.
Ivuu.iis Cil mid 1'iirt Srull Oliieials
nu lnaircllrt-r Tour.
Oklahoma Clt, Ok, Sept. K. The Kansas
Citv. 1 ort Scott and Memphis Hallway H
said to b- preparing to build t-outhwest from
Miami. 1 T , through tiie Indian Territory
and uklfhotna. Three weeks ago an of
ft. i.il of the company said the company in
tended building as won .is poss.b.e.
K it Hammond. t,eneral superintendent,
natti'd here to-day In his private car. ac
coiniMnled bv tevtn members or the Jleni-phl-
Rulroads engineering corps. Convev
anccs wre I Ircd lo leave heie to-morrow
f. r a trip through Northwestern Oklahoma
and Indian Territory. Oklahoma City is
worklt'-J lo s-t the Memphis line to offset
tin Guthrie Kmt Smiih and Western,
whi'li is pr paring to build from Fort
Smith, Ark., to Guthrie.
Atlomcr Crow's llrlef Vlall.
ttorney General E. C. Crow arrived last
night from JefTeison City. Mr. Crow de
parted on the fast mall on the Iron Mobn
iain for B.oomfieid. where be will epeak to
das Mr Crow will i-pt-nd ine entire week
in Southwest Jliswnrl in campaign work.
He will pei.k Tuc-day at Poplar lilult.
Wednesday at Itonton. Tiiursday at Bls---'k
and Ftnt River. Friday at Potosi and
Saturday at Ke tue.
ra--aji- -T I-Ul IS LOOAU Ol"NOI NO.
Vvo f 1 Arcttrl 0--ler liaroni of Kttnny.
IX'Jvf metle mil hill a regular mectlni: at
y.-i-. f t ocl-KH Thuriay eeninr. bcptem-
Pj 3" -" Bt ,hlr Sn- -,JJ
l.7 IM'-i-as" bulldln-c. k-.ut!itart correr
SAYS TRUSTS ARE
ILLY ATTACKED.
lUiuM-vrlt Would (mb f"ninliini--
lr Tuhlirity jinil Tax
;i tii hi.
HIS LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE.
Iiitk'l-einlt'iit (!i't-riuiii-it for Fili-
linos, Hi- Ilui-I-iivs, Woulil l!e
:us Wi-L- ah tlivinjr l.Hicriy
lo Apache luiliaii-.
Oyster Ray, I-. I.. S-pt. 1. fiovernor
noosevelt's letter ccceptir:- tile Kepublican
nomination for Vice I'm Idem las raalliil
to-day to tho chairman of the Xotlficalioii
Committee.
In part, it It aj follows:
Denouures Demorrne'.
"I feel that this contest Is by ro mean-
one t:ierelj'betw.-en itcpublican. and Uem- '
ocrat. We li.ne a right to apiieai to all
toort citizen, who are far-slahte-l enough
to see what the honor aid the iitte-t of
tho nation demand -fu put Into practlto
tho principle'- emlxidied in the Kan? Ciiy
ni it t rnry uniil,' -nn it .- t a . -! (--i ad r In ihu
nation: for liu.1 t.latform t-liiniH for reoe.-
tion and di.ordi.r. for an up-ettinj;
"... .- . 1
iiz 01 our
Ili:.u cl.-.l fJMe.:l which uuuU mean cot
oni yreal -"unerln Lut the aDanuonm nt
of the mtloti goMl fai.h. and tm a pol.e
a biund which would imply the dishonor of
the (Lib and an uuv.ortr.y ti.rrcr.uxr ot our
1 utional likht-.
"it.s suceetis would mean unspeakable hu-
anlll.llnn ,n an..n a..n...l A ....! nn..n..a
iiiiuaiiuii .u iiitrii yiuuu ui iiiejJ ivujiu-.
tol'.l.u a.C aJi.ta. i.i.tnlri'a ran.. I ..urn. ?1 ta I J
denlrous ofeeurin-; tL weifar-, of 'their
fellow -cillzcr-. Thcicfore, tie hale a r,nt
lo appeal to ail good mn. North and
South. East ar.d West, whatever tleir poli
ties ma have Leen in the past, to stand
with Us, bec.iiise we stand for tne pro-,er-It
of the cout.lry and for the renown of
the American Hat-'.
The suct'eMj of the party reprebtntini;
the principles embodied In the Kir. Clly
platrorm would liring about the Destruction
of all the conditions necessary to the con
tinuance of our pro-ie'rii). 11 would also
un"ettlt our whole- governmental steni,
a. d would therefore disarrange ail the vast
and delicate macitinerv of our complex in
dustrial life. Above all. the eQltt would be
run out. 10 our finances.
"If we are to pro-per the cupeer.cv of this
country must be based upon the gold dol
lar worth M) vent--. Th stabilit of our
currency has never greatly incrtase-d b tiie
Ckcellent llnancial act patseii by the last
Congress. Hut 1.0 law can secure cur
iii.antea agr.ir.st the effect of unwL-e and
disastrous nianaKttnent In the hands of un
friendl admliiiatratcrs. No rartj can eafe
Ij be intrusted with the manjt-emeiit of our
national affairs unless it accepts as ax.om
.'itic tho trutns recognized In all progres
ciio countries as essrtlal to a sound and
proper -;ieni of ilnance.
Inn lie Allbc-k on Trust.
"One of ills ecrlobk problems wlih which
we uie confronted unuer the cond.tlons of
our r.i d 1:1 inaustral c hi lz..t on tn that
presented by the .iieut bus ties? combina
tions, which are gti.erally kno.tn unuer the
name or irusts.
'n-?13' , , , ,
roblem is an e-tceeUg!j- dtflicult
the dilhcuit is Inime.iscly aggra-
"Tiie 1
one. and
utctl b honest, but w rung-headed attacks
on our whole industrial sstem In the ef-
fort tj remove some of the evils connected
witn it and b the mischievous udvice or
llllll (l llll aIi?i..- itntlls ..-. 1. I-a II as A-s rs St.. ar-t
men who either thrak crookedly or who ad
iitnee remed.es knowing them to be Ineffect
ive, hat deeming that they may, by darken- 1
Ing counsel, achieve for them-lves a spurl-
ous reputation for wi-dom. No good what- '
ever 1 suben.ed by indicrlmir.ate de
nuncailotl of eo p rat.or.s i-es .a.l. and of 1
uil ronns of .r.du.-.t.ial comb nation In par
ticular, dhd when tins puol.c deau.-ici.tiion
is accompanied hy private membership in
the great. corporation-) denoim e-1, toe effect
is, of eours , 10 (,l.e an air of msinceiliy
to the vrl.Oie movement. Xeverlheles-t, there
arc real abuses, and there Is ample reason
tor striving to remedy tnese aDU-es. A
crude or .1. cat si ered effort to remedy
thtm wouid either l-e ab--olutel without annual exports to us, sugar amounting i"
elleet or tl wouid simply do damage-. " J r-r-rroflO fiui.s and nuts JJ.'iK.U'W and cocoa
"The first thing to do is to find out the ji,it,'lV The British East Indies, the
fads; end for th s purpo.o pJb iclty a- to Nethejlan"'s. Venezatla. Argentine Republic,
capitalization. piolilK. and all el-e of im- jr .jpt (nicstly cot. on and sugar), the Ihi.ip
portanco to the public, is the most u-el'il i, isianat. ipraciically all hemp and su
meaure. The mere fact or th!- publicity Jr and Colombia each tent us less than
would in Itself remedy cert In e. Us, and. a juoi0.l"Xl of agricultural exports anncall.
to the Gthr, it wouid in some ckcs point Measured by their avenge for li-u-lSlv, the
out ihe reraeule-. and would at lean enabln leading atticie? and groups of artlcits of
u, to tell v.hetj.er or rot Ctrt-ln proposed our agricultural Import trade ranged In the
rcmidle-s would be useful. i following on.er: bugar. corfee. bides and
"The fcta.c acting In Itsco'.lectlve capacity
'.Iectlve capacity
o facts and then
surts aa i.isdom
. ...
ttouiu mu.s nrst una out mo
he able to take such mcusu
dictaitcd. Much can be dune Lv ta-catljn.
Even more can be done by regulation, by
close supervls.on. and tbe unsparing es i
s'on of all tmhtaltli. destructive and anti
social tUmenl) The separate Ft.tte gov
ernments can do u gretit deal: and vvhe'o
they decline to co-operate the National
Government must step In.
IJcfcnse- of .llllitnrlsin.
"The iaiJl'tl between what Ji-fferon did
ivlth Louisiana and what fs now being done
in the I-liilippin-s is exact. Jeffersjn, tae
author of the declaration of Independence,
nnd of the 'const nt of the governed" doc
trine, haw no ircong.ulty between this and
the C-"taUIihment of the government on
common sene grounds in thu new terr.Ury;
and he railed nl tae sti klers lor an impos
sible arp'ieatlnn of his pl.nciple, saying,
in language which at the present dt ap
plies to the situation In the Phiilpplnts
without the change of a word, 'though it Is
acknowledged that our new fellow citizens
art as vet as Incapable of st lf-govrnment
i- eoiiui eu, )ci some latiit.ut uriug tnem-
selves to susicnd its principles for a ilngid
moment.' He Intended that u.tiraat. iy self-
cniiaren, yet some canr.ot bring Ihem-
guvernnieni pnouiu oe introduced tnroush-
out the territory, but only as the diiTeren 1
pans became tit for it, and no saoner. This I
1- iu-it tho policy that has been pursued. I
Ptl
rras complete self-govettimtnt introdnctsl
ior a number or je.trs; in one part of it.
Ihe Irdlan Territory, it has rot et b.ien
Introdiiied. iiltLough ne.irlv a century has
tIapMl. Over eiiormnus triels ot it. In
cluding the various Indian re-ervation-,v.i h
a territory in th,. agi,r. gate as large as
that of the I'hll'pplnts, the Constitution his
never et "followed th ting": Ihe army offi
cer and the rlvlM-in nisnf nrlll .turH.. tm.
thorny, without asking the 'coru-ent nf the
governed.' Wc must proceed In tho phiiip.
pines with tho same w .e eaii'lon. taking
each siietesi-ive step as ll lietomes dfsir.tiilc-
nnd accommodating the details or our policy
to ii-e iietuuar t.e os Ol rile situation UUl
as oon as the present revolt Is put down
and order cttabH-hfd, It will ur.d luhtedly
be po-siblei to give to the islands a larger
measure of self-government than Jeilerson
orli-lnally gave I.i'Us'ana.
"The only certain way of render nc It
necissary for our I.cpublle to erter on .1
career of 'Ml ltarism,' would be lo aban 'on
the I'hlllriiin-s to their own tribt . unit at
1 the same time either to guarantee a nt h e
government among the-e trib s or to gutr
antee them osaitist tjut'ide in'- rferet ce.
1 A far larger -iray -nould b. re ulred to
I cnrr out any such pol!- than will be re
I Quired to secure order under th- Amen .in
I flag, while the pregt nee of th s Hag tu the
uitiitis is reany it" onit possm e security
against outside aggre'slon.
Ifoveriiiitent In I'hlllniiitiea.
"The whole argument aealrst Irt t Id nt,
.tit-j-tiiiiej a jtoucy 111 tne 1-11111 pines t"
fd-tici -absurd when il is cenc tied tent vt,.
1 thould, to quote the '."a"siiagt ol the Kan-
ras Ciiy platrorm give to the I'hii'prl s
tlrt a Mabe fonn of goitrr.ment.' If tiey
are now entitled to Independence, tVy are
rlso entitled to decide for themselves
whether their government shall be stabl'
or unstable, civilized or .savage, or whethr
inev suaii ii.jte au tt.eiiijiirjik ui ,iij,
while it is, or course, equau 1 viccrt th t
under such condition' we have no right
whatever to guarantee thtm against out-d-ie
Interference any more than we have to
make such n guarantte In the ca-e of the
"Joxers (who are merely the Chine- .inal 1
gues of Aguina do's followers). If we have
n right to est.lblli). a stab'e government
in the I'lands It tiecnsarily fo.lotts that It
Is not only our right but our duty to sup
port that goicrr-rnt until th nat.v-s
gradually grow fit to sustain It themselves
IIi.w else wi 1 It lie stable'' The minute we
leave it. It ceases to be stable.
"It must be remembered always that
governing thise Islands In the Irterett cf
the inhabitants, may not necessarily bo to
govern them as the Inhabitants at the mo
ment prefer. To grant self-got crnm nt to
i.umn nnd.r Acuinaldo would be l.ke grant-
ing felf-goveromti.t to an Apache reserva
tion Unuer some ocai eint-i, anu tin. 13 tt'j
more aucren oy tne lac, mat tne riiipinoa
flhfA?".
trained and employed in the Un ted ftatH
Army ana nave rcnuereu siitnai -cr o-e-thtreln;
Just as the Pawnees dd under the
administration of ITe-ldent Grant: Just as
the Stockbrldgc Indians did in tii" tlajt of
General Washington, and the friendly tribes
of the Ms Nations In the days cf I're'idem
Madison
Filipinos anil Inill-ina.
"There are :.ow in the FrMtsI -ti' con-
I raunltlej' of Indlnns which have ntHanced so
I f 1- that It has been poaslb.e to eratod-
ftln ra as a nhol-? in our poll ilea jtstenru Ei.
Hit- numbers of In- trloe Incoming Unit"l
Stati-s cillzciis Tliere are other communl-ti.-
nht-rc the hu!k ot tlic tr W are stri too
I IM fc.r It 10 be jioisihlo to take such a
fc tp. jiiere are lii'.iivuii.ii- inotu-; in--A11.11.
he . I'awr.ies lroqu .. S.oiit am
ttiner irlbuJ. ho are now L'nitxl Stau-i
ritlzm-", and niio ar. entitled to t-tand. ami
do bland, 011 an abnoluto cnulty ttitb ai
"i.r ctilztTiH of pure white blood, lien t.'
la linn bloKl are row siaI-x In the arm.
.1 I lutt aid In Concres and occupy hi 11
In-Ition bo h in the bn. in ss and Ihe pohtl
' al world, llieie is faerj ttason ...
r.) bill a.i an liidi-.n, or a y lo.l of Irdi.in-.
lx? ma lit tor self-i,o.ernn)-nt, le or U
h.iul.I bo gnimed tht full'-st equality niti.
the Wle-. Iiut there would be no ju-lilic: -tion
t.hate.t-r in ire.ttlt); this faet a. 1
reason for abamloninff the v.ild tribes to
work out th ir ral il -triiotliMt.
"l' li tlj In' Sinn.- reasot :ng appil s Ir te
1.-. oi the I'lnliijt .. To turn ot r II .
NlaintH to AkuiimIiIu anl l'is loiI.iit.r
would not Ik t g -. I'xoi rninont 10 fr
1-1 idlers; -.. tr no ein im-l.im.. wouli. I
ni.-;..nt) 1 hi., jfaln ell-overnnieDt They
Woiild iirnj 1 be put at the mero of a .-.!-otcate
of Chinese half-breeds, undtr when
t-urrup'ion would t!nurih Tar more freel
than eer It t.oun-hei under Tweed, whll
IMiir.nKal oppre- n.n woull obtain to a nt
sree only poali)Ie under such an oligarchy
l'ours truly
"THEODCI.C l:OOsEVEL.T.M
AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS.
Value and Character Keceivetl 1
tlie United Stales.
Washington, Sept. IS. Mr. I "rank II
Hltchcixk, chief of the section of forei-.11.
marKtts 01 the Asneultural Department,
has pn pared a bulletin showing the vaij,
and character of our agricultural iniport.
from earn foreign country for the five itical
yearj, i.u-i it shows thai our agricu.-
torl Irapoil. bateiin ai,o annual ".alu
- flT Jl.I "4-0.1 .11V nf Uh nh tn
more than one.lialt
-"".-. "
were from tropical -.outlines. Ilrazll, tl.'i
leading source of our colfee supplj. tent t J
II per cent of our total agricultural irn
pona the United Ki lgdom comin n-t
witli :.Z per cent, but the tmporls Irom
llal. lil.e thot-e from Herman.,, whica
raimed lourth, were In coii-kKrabie part
reeened by tho'e nalIor from ulher coun-
. .
triOS.
.Cub:? a' the third country. sti;ar run
nlmr her oerceniase us lo 7.5 per cent
the total. Japan and I hi. .a were fifth and
3.3. I.. respective." The 1 hll pplne Is anii
"-nt U3 l.J per cent of the total. lirazilV
exports to the L'nl ed States av. raged !.
llb7 a ear coffee exports alone amount
1. g to J-S 7wCit. and being iwo-th.rd of -Air
to.al cotfee imports ine United Kingdom
svr.t bs annuauy 34,Ln."3."e of when wool
averaged iir.'.'ii.i-.'G a ar and hides and
t-klit irls-HOb egeiable ilcis a,grcgateu
IJ.3i7.vo In annual Value, cution. rnoi ly
tfcyiilan. making up il.3ui.i) of thtt
amoiiiil rcatheis, ol.s. (mils and nuts and
suar were other le.idma liem-t.
Cuba's agricultural exports 10 the Lnltetl
Sta.es averaied F-'a.ldi.irf in annual value,
of which sum $sjiGiaj0 was pa.d for sugar
and w.a.l'.0 for icbavco. Kru.ts, pri..c pail)
ti naiu-, nuis. hiues, skins anu moli--es
v.re the other unities. (Jermany fetit us
!a!l,tVi" annual, of which ila:-)I.ii0 was
f-uar. Hides and skins umout.i-.ti 10 $1.
&mj0j. and wlnts to H.IVOaI. Kice. bristles,
coffee, hops. 101 aico, oiis. ha.r and un
Lot.Ied mdit liquors ul-o were senl from
Germany 10 the cn.ted Sates Japan M-nt
us li.j.!lO unnuall, s.Ik average 51
S'.j.V). lea tl.1la.MJ and rice Ji1.t''X)
Ch.na's annual total was li.ilf.i3i. tea
aic.at,e Ji.-. oji). 61-k J.Z7.0.0. wool Jl.aH.
C i.ioes and ski.-s 1..au. and prepaitsl
opium M.tjU. ltice, sunar. coltee and
vegetable oils were the other article
1-ranee tsid us annuady JllrfoJ,. wines
averaging ii.MS.rt. ol wntch t3.Jot.tkO worth
was In tiie form of champagne. Hides and
skins average Jj.i'w.u-u. woois i;., -"-
Sl.in.wJ: fiulls and nut il.i9l.txu. vegeta-
If'.' 0i.a is "CaojO li.tludlng tlSl,uw worm of
i 'ile otl Ifc0u or wine lees Wii.COO and E.
A Hc. (, m 5i mid brandy loJO.OOd.
I .,-.. &eJll U5 i5.ai,H5 worth per year.
I , ,a ' f 8i.k j;.5ij. trulls and nuts JJ,-
;- mciuuing lemons H.SJ-.txw. and oranges
T ' . a-0 . C l J to'n .
Tf . . . .. 1.... ! l.-a. T.Ja t-al". ...
aOtilalAW, Ur,O.S or nine iee- a..-"-.-.-. ---o
ble oils JaeSaOW. hemp IH-o.tA.-J and cheese
Ihe Dutch Ea: Indies supplied as $11.
5&..tt annua!l. of which I1IJ51.X was paid
for sugar ur.d .Hl.OtO for coff.e
Haw ails exports to us averaged Sp.t-.N-UJ.
of which sugar amounted to JUl.-.uuO.
Me-ilco sent us lU!.') IW. made up princi
pally f vegt table fibers t5JjlJu. coifeo
tt.lTi."0i. hiacs and skins l.t.ri.J. catti-J
Il'Ja7-oO and vanlla beans JaU',tJ. Canada
teni annua ly 110.143 211. Including live stock
S--.17C.i-f. wheat ll.Jaa.i.0. hides and skins
JT'J... .v. 1,-jo lft"7lil and KOOl KSi&H.
TL 'iirii-.h East Ind.es averaged I10 0i5.su
' klns. wools, siIK, vegetaoies. noers. iruit
hklns. wools, silK, vegeiaoies. !"";
, -nil nuts. tea. tobacco, wines, vegetable oil
! und live animals. The products mentioned
1 . .--. -x---'faaia aStft - a-.at -n t -VNT tflT.l
comprise In value nearly w per cent of our
total agricultural preut.e-.j.
THE WEATHER.
To-Iaj"" Forecast.
"tVa'liint-ton. fcepu 16. loiecast for Monitor anl
lli i "is--Falr klo.-day. coo'er In extreme tout-i-
ci- po i.ou. Iu as lair, tie h nortae.y atnl
Ar-jia I air ilonuy, cool.r in southern and
' east rn poit.oas. lueay fa.r, north to eai
Sl.sourt-Falt, continued coo! Moctuy. Tues
day fair, with ItsaC." itntperatuia; norvneriy
w Inds.
Local Itcport.
S-. Iajul.. JIo., FepL 1. vy
C-Sj a.m. tJ i. in.
1rometer. Inches ."SMS ! II
'jrfrinoroeter det-Ttes -
&i
Iiew ls1 nl. desrt-ra 4?
4
IMrcct.on or ttina ...... .....
n sir
ii.,-:,,. ut Ktai
PVv"c'ther at
,. caj, Jiii
m..-clrar. at 6 P. m
nart cloudy. Maximum tcmi-tature, .;; trmi-
t .. a..n...a ... - I. 1 1 1 1. .1 .ttaA 4 faet.
'""" '""" ft. j Hi-fj,
Loral Foret si OlnclaL
Gntermiii'-il Report.
Department f Asr culture, Weather Pureau.
Meteoro.Oe! al obser.at.oris re.flee.1 At bt Louis
!-it Is i"-J. at t.55 p m local tin- aai
I P Ol. SettOty I'ltU IIOI..H UlUt va.- l.aa., u
taaen at tue Mime u.Oti.e.it of tloie at alt st.tlona.
r-.taUicos.
-Ne lork .
1'hi.adelPtiia.,
IVashlnzton..
NOTfolk
lilt. La. .1p.Mx.Pie '.leather.
... 8 IJ 71
. Clear
,W J.7 71 M .... Clear
.. VV .7S
.... S Ml
dear
... Oar
... C!-ar
Clear
... Cear
... Clear
... I'ltar
... C!ar
... Cloudy
... Clear
,0J Cloudy
... Clear
... Cle-r
... Cloudy
.. Fair
... ci-sidy
... Clear
... Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Charlotte
w n.s-i J H .
Ja-fcwniiie..
Ai!.nP-i-rv
vi-k-,"l-?
j.-cw Orleans
i.tti uxk .
. ..NlC S Vt S2
....NW S ."i 41 & .
.V S Itll,
..Calm at l M .
, s -; m w.
m; ijvt 71 .
-1 : si .
t.ai.trston..
Slemnhls
.. N 3 0s
ts
Nashtllle . ..
Ciiatianoo-a .
lautsviile ....
Indianapolis ..
1 tnclnnatla. ..
1'lttsbt.rit . ..
I'nrketsburg .
Ilulfaln.
Cleveland.
ilratTv! Haten
Marituette.. ..
Chi. ago .
I ttlnti
!uatiue , ..
Dutennort.. ..
4-t S'aul . .. ,
..NW M fti
7
.NW 8 J .
... IV 31 l t! 7 .
.nw j w a tx .,
NW l i- 7; .
...NW T) K M 7. .
,.NW "O.S S6 76 .
W
M.-lI 69
Zt'Jl (I
... SW
....NW
.....N"W
. .NW
,sv
.. ..
....NW
... NW
N
-riu u ir.
cioudy
.M ll 41 .78 Rain
Z' t)S aZ y. .... rair
3t.- It S Clear
.It.lC
al
Cl-ar
-.I II (I
. Clear
Clear
,. Clear
.. Clear
. Fair
Rain
kl.SI SI
Ies Moines
at' -5
ll tl
4
"--1ngfieW,
St. laallis..
Cairo . .
111.
Ji
... NW
11 a
IV
l ? 7)
KorlnirteW M
.N 51 IS '1
.N - :4 48
. ' loudy
' Kn-os City
6- .Id Clear
Omaha..
N A
Cear
Huron ... .
Itlsmarck.. ..
C'Aw-eile .. ..
t alcary.. ....
HaVTe
Helena .. ....
Rapid Cltt .
North Piatts
.N Jft 4 5.1
.... Ce.tr
.. Clear
... Clear
.0-1 riouJr
... Fair
... Clar
.... C.oudr
.... Cloudy
.. . Clear
eiou-ly
... . Ci-ar
Clon.17
Clear
... Clear
... Fair
... Clear
... CV-tr
Clear
SB .4 So 51
JI
;4
sK "
i
...U 30 l 1-3
N 3K il
.... SB M 4H 41
... NK 3 54 Z
...NW .S2 W tX
SK MIS H M
N 10
K 10 I .
. ..n so :t is m
' cheenn
tienter.
Pueblo. ..
n .ice Oty,
OkIah.-n.-i..
la Paso ..
Abilene . ..
Amanllo . ,
-alt Lake ..
.Nt; "".;' w
...He:
E .5
ot!
...E
.... 17
H
l
MIS 74 74
:.7- a
-artn le
-sR . M 78
Coady
Inalltates preeipitatio. inappreciable.
Ttuiidcrsierm.
R. J. HTATT.
Local Foreca-t OltljUL
Cnthollr Church Dedlcnled.
nrpfuue .-PEC1AI-.
Wentztillc, Mo., SepL IS. Tfc dedication
of Pt. Theodore's Catholic Church took
place to-day ot Flint Hill, three mile?
north of here. The services were eonductt-ii
hi Verv Keterui'i Father Muebisiepen. .
G. assisted by the pastor the Reverend
rather A. J. onbrun.and a number of vl
Itlng priest--. A special train was run from
c. . i -i la...,.!, tu rt n a nf thai finaat
taU.1, section of the counts
CotlonsertI OH Plant Horned.
Houston. Tex., EepL 15. The Merchants"
and Har.ters Oil ConnT-any. one of the
largest cottonseed oil manufacturlni anJ
rcjinlr.g compnic In the South, was to
day destroyed by fire. The Ics is estimated
at between ZZAriQ and tK.O.0t- insurance
fJ"'S,3i. Three hundred and fifty men -niil
le thrown out of einplotmenL
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