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THE KEriTBLTC: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1000.
ga will prove more i
than a column L
m8kot talk. Smoke
rwll good taste
fe'? "will make
:S 3'OU friendly.
ts,;. YJK L
Is pnre IlnTfina
Tell ict.r dezler
it's up to him.
, B51TI. fLTJEi; CO.
KilllAM A. S7ICSNEY
DfetrltaJaw, St. Leu'., I
Parr's are show Ins; haniso-no line of new
roods for thi Pall nnd U Ir.ier of 1W0. Hvery
deportment Iws made oxtraordinary efforts
t prepare for tho busiest eenson in the his
tory cf BarrV. Early selection la adrissd.
THOUGHT SHHAD ELOPED.
Valentine Mueller's Anxicfy About
His Daughter Made Iler Smile.
Valentino Mueller, a dairyman, of No.
KM North Second strtot. Is determined that
no aausatcr of his shall elope If ha can
prevent it. Ho has one dausbter.Josephlne,
18 rears old. and Ml9 Josephine, has sev
eral admirers. Yednedav afternoon sh
went to visit eomo frleidg without advising
her parents W ten her fattier returned
from work nnd found l.er gone, h feared
nt cnee that sh had olcped or-1 determined
to prevent a marrlace If pos-dble
llatenln to a telephone, he called up ths
marriaco licensa office end advised Clrlc
S?llley that Josephine was under age. and
warne-2 Urn not to issue a. llcena to her. If
application for one should be raaelo Then
he called up t!i clerhs In the marrlasi
llce-riso effices at Bellevillo and Clijton
and made the neHru request of them. Front
the officials at all points ho re eived the
tissuranco that ro f cranio Muoller shouli
have a li"-ne unless her ago vas positive
ly b-yond doubt.
Then Mr Mueller rTuroed to hlj home,
conirratulatinf; himseif that ho hud out
fitted Ceip-d In the fir round. Later fie
discovered lie had had all his trouble for
nothing and that Cupid never was In tho
line. Just aVmt sundown Miss JoMphin-,
Ignorant of oil Uie anxiety she had cuu-"d.
relumed to her home. When aho was told
of the fear and anxiety h!io had caused
ene laughed merrily and assured her
lather that when she determine to marry
she would five him ample notice.
Caldv Cune- lulnrrli.
If 3. cold has fettled it nny x-ortlon of thj
bodv- and produced catarrh. It In generally
thought bj peoplo that they must suffer
on jcar after tar without any hope of
cure. This is not true, however. Pcrun.
cures such case
Vott OlDee-a j:lnlillhed.
Washington, fc-pt 30. The follo-wdmr post
offices bv been established.
Arkansas Coat. W blto County. A. B. Cox,
Postmaster; Iloosovelt. Whits County. H.
2 Collins. Postmaster.
Illinois Waldo. Livingston. County. P. V.
Indlcn Terrilor. Brushy, Cherokee Ka
tlon. J. II. ltoark. Postmaster.
iSlesourl BuHhl.erg. Jefferson County.
a:lph liush. Posunaster.
Tnxa-s Trotti. Benton County. Ij. C.
ljvtry Sinn In Mlsioorl
OuRht to know bo Globe. Seventh and
Frankllr avenue, lis tbo-o el salt Boiil
mui" iltrchint Tallor-ilado Suits at JW.
tl2.50 anil tlS. Talljra would charge ou
riouble to ruake ttera to order.
n. n. WACosEn,
BorrlTlre mrmbt'jtct U; Ivte firm ef
BMITUCUS A WAClOMlB, Prealdeat.
1327 OLIVE STREET.
Tola.. SInJn US4i CCS5. St. Lonli, lit,
AY A.D MU11T blillVWE.
Kr. II. K- Waconer. ailntlDiBirator ef the es.
tAf of the late nrm of hmithcri ft W&fontr.
111 eettl &U claims pertainlnz te ail partner
ibis uta: at their oM of See. ZiZJ OUta at.
EOTtnAKT TMirmlar. Sapternber S". 1Q. at
( l n., Jlanraret l-hrlart (nfe ORrlll)l. te
or3 wife tf Vutcr Earhart. aged ti yuirs
Pucaral frum timlly relience, Xo JH3 N'rth
Jtftron aiu, Baiurdar. Si,Umlir 71, at
a. m.. to St Drllset's Charch. thao to Cal
ry Corncter). IMoJ are lnvltd to attend.
HIREC3IMA1.-N- Oa Wo'lnear. Pfptsmbsr 19,
1. at 2") a. m.. ilaili Jliraohmann ne'
IlaborEer). Iwiovrf lf cf William lllrtcliraann
and roothor of Urilo and Maria llirv.'imann. ait.
r a llnrlcg Illness. aed ,1 tears 7 rn-inihj
asd 16 ilajs.
Funeral radar, Pptember 21. at : p ra , fro-a
famllj- rwldrace. No. HIS 3. Eleventa Uet.
IIATTON" On the afterroon cf FojUeir.ber 2'.
UN. ElittLb'tli. relict f the lata Richard Jlaxtcn.
Funeral mil ta place from rrc drnce. No.
582 Finney avenue, on Saturday. 23nd Inst., at
a so o'clock a xn., to bt Aim's Curoh. thezce
to Olvary Cemetery.
KE1X.T On Thu rhr. Pel t ember M. l'-C. nt
( j. m.. Michael J Its-!?, beloved hut.did of
Mary 3. Ilelly n-e lJU-.e), lather of Esther Kelly
and brotBor of the late Sjrr'int Jain"s P Kell),
rtroothy Ke.ly, Mrs lb riaaneiy aad' Sirs. J
Funeral from family rrlr-ee, N"o ItSSA
Ftanda etrt, Saturday. Ber-iemler JJ, at I.J0
a. m.. to Ft. Tteresas Chunl.. Uince to lll
vary Cerneiery. mnds at Invited to attend.
lcisel it as a momter of 2Jlzpah LcJfo, 3W.
A. O. U. W.
I.OII'ERT Oa Thuraaay. Eeptrmter 10, Fw.
at 6 o'cluck :. m., ilrs i:thtr Lampert. u;ed
Funeral from her !at reilience. No S9I2 Flm
street, fcunday. fc.ptemter S3, at P:23 a. m.
FlMse emit flower.
New Tora and Detroit. Mien., papers r'.ease
1IANHBK Suddenlr. oa VVedniidar, Feptmber
IS, li, Mar Maabtk (no ZImmerman, beloveil
vrtfe of Joneph llailiek nd daushter cf Sirs O
Z!mmrman, lloil ulster or Mrs Cattell. Jlr
Nlchcl, iiell Zimmerman ani Thomas Cements,
Heed 3 eara, at family residence. No. i:i;
Funeral Saturday at IS a. m., frcm family rrsl
dence. to S3 Peter and Paul's Cemetery Friends
Invited to attrn.1
NAPGHTON On Thursday, sertemb-r M, lva,
at 1 tj p m.. Thomas 11. Nauchlon. arei &,
. Native of 1'arls of Newmarket, county
Funral will take place from his late residence.
No. Ian, lliddla street on Saturday, September
a. at 2 p. m., to St. Uridset'a Church, thence to
Ieceased was a member of Branoh No. 78. C.
K. of A.
I"OSl.V V.cdnosday. fteptember 15. 19 A at S
. m . i. C 1 y Jr.. dearly beloved son cr
llr IX i, nrd Ar les Foeey. at family resi
dence. No. IttZ F.ad avenue, aftor a short 111-ne-
iTin-Tai services tTiaiy ar j o uw "
llount Calvary Church, Grand and Lata) ette J
aranuea. Serine to nellefontsiaa.
fA g CAPITAL, and SURPLUS. i
II Misslsotppi Valley Trust Ga,
L. Winchell Jfade President of
the Kansas City, Fort Scott
TO TAKE CHARGE NEXT MONTH.
Bright Career as a Traffic llan
Afterniath, of the New Voik
Meeting Trains Into Gal
Denver. Colo. Sept. Z.O. It Is announced
that 1J. I Winchell, -vice pre.-ddent and
traCio nuuucer of the Colorado and South
western Hallway, haa accepted tho presl
dencj of tho Kansas City. Tort Scott and
Jlercphis Kallroad and will enter upon tho
duties of tha poslUon on October 13
Ken I.. Winchell is r-ll remembered in
t. I5ulj as tho sonlal peneral pas-fenijcr
ar;-nt of the Frisco Line, VThom Bryan
finyder succeeded. Ho left hero to co with
the Colorado and Southern about two years
KO as assistant to President Franlt Trum
bull of that road. Subsequently lis was
mado vie president ard traffic mansc;tr.
llr. Winchell hai tien In railway service
since 1S73. boslnning as a clerk In the o:li o
of superintendent of machinery cf tho
HannilcJ and St. Joseph, and olio servirg
as a clerk in tho auditor's oll.cu. UN next
errico wai w itb the Atchison and Nebras
ka as chlf clerk in cencral fielht .uid
ticket ofll.ee. and later as assistant general
passergcr ag-ent. Ho was next with tha
Kansas City, Fort Scott ard Gulf nnd Kan
"33 City, Law-renca and Isouthcrn Kansas
as chief clvrk, and alt nslbtant Keneral
pessencer ogent. Ha served In tho same
capacity on tho Kansas City, Fort Scott
and Memphis and Kansas City, Memphis
and Birmingham. In 1 he was appointed
seneral passtmrer and ticket agent of the
Union Pacific, Denver and Gulf and Denver,
LtadviUo and Gunnison roids. In li3S ho
Cutno to tho Frisco Line.
Mr. Winchell will succeed tho late E. S.
Washburn ai prejiclent of tho Memphis,
and his selection will tettlo a lot of Idle
rumors that have been golns the rounds of
COTTON nKI.T A.NMJ.iU
l'v lilence h 'lliut uJnethInx Lniiaunl
M; Huppea ."idt .Mauth.
2'ew Xork, Sept. SX More than ordinary
lr.tert.st la belns taktn in tha approaching
annual meeting of tho St, Louis Southwest
ern Hallroad. Hecent intimations have been
mado that close telationa aro to be estab
l.s'ied between this load and tha MUoari
Pacific, and it Is expected tluit hibultlcant
thangis will be madt in the Board of Direc
tors at tho annutil mcetliv next nicuth.
President Kdwln Goula s lormal riquost
f.r proltB, to be ustd at tho annual meet
ing, ha been dKrih'arded or politely refjsttl
by t-evernl Western stockholders. There ap
I ara to be un lndepvndent muvimmt furm
in,j In favor of sumo person or pt.re(in- not
in atli'latlon with tho present cdmlnistra
tlon. Ihrvo of the members of the board
are to to riplaeed thl ear. and under tho
,) -"ttm of voting that prevails In the St
Louis Southwestern one-third of the votes
cast wi 1 tltct a man. That is, if there nr
three different candidates any one rtceivlu-one-lhlrd
of th3 votes will bo eleoied Shoul t
there bo four directors to bo eleot a. one
fourth of the votes would elbct one of them
and so un.
Itusseil Sago, a director of tho Missouri
Pacini , Is quoted as saylnr; that u union of
that system with the Su Loi.it Southwt stern
would bo a natural outcomo of flstlns
conditions. There 13 reason to believe that
the directors of tho fat, Louis Southwestern
will, at their mtotlng next month, declara
the full 2 pr cont on the sreond mortsagu
bonds, pavublo at the maturit) uf tho cuu
poiii on January L
.NOHTlli:it PACII-IO A.M'AU
President jlellrn Intluuirca Wliut the
tiilnlnit Iti-port Will hvv.
Xew York. Sept, Iv) At a meeting of tho
Board of Directors of the Northern PJCltlo
tho annual report was approved and will
bo given out to-morrow, poib!s. says the
Tha trains agreement between tho North
ern Paclflo Ltid thu Chicago. Mllwaukeo
and St. Paul, for usa by the latter between
St. Paul ana Duluth, was aj proved and It
now only lacks the approval of the Mil
waukee's Board of Directors.
President Mellen. after the meeting. In
Freiklna: cf tho business condition1) la thw
West, said that Washington, Idaho on!
Oregon were csceedlngly prosperous, and
thnt It was entirely duo to thu earnings of
the western part of the road that th.. gen
eral showing was eo good, as tho Western
divisions sunlm overbalanced tb" dnn
cieucy In the uastern part Un tho Eastern
division the traffic was IT') cars per d.ij less
than last jear. due to the fatluro of th
crops. Tho addition of tho St 1'aul and
Duluth earnings should make r.n Increase of
about $i..v0 I'er day. If earnings for thu
next few months showed an average In
crease of lean than thi3 amount lv would
have to bo ass'gned to the failure of tho
Eastern division of the Northern Pacific to
keep up Its earnings.
oalvi:sio.v Tii-vrrio unsimnD.
Military ltectilntlona W ill ot AtTrct
l-reciloni of PHssa-nitem.
General I'assengtr Agent Bryan Snyder
of the St. Louis end San Kranci3.-o rece-Ived
a telczram last evening Trom W. S. Keenan,
general passenger agent of the Gulf, Colo
rartn nnd Kanta Pe. In which he sava that
trains will be running Into Galveston this I
It was ire fanta tea onus's irai w.s
least damagcl by the btorm and wus re
built nt onee, so that all trains could nio
it tcmtvorarllj. Mr. Kc-nan aes that
through nervico to Union Station in Galves
ton will be given to-dav, and that the mil
itary regulations now in forco there will
not affect tlie freedom of puscengers in go
ing to or leaving tho eltj.
All tho lines to Texas out of St Louis
will now sell through tickets to Galveston
They havo nlrtadv been receiving freight
for shipment ' subject to delay." it it prob
able this proviso will soon bo removed
ruTtitn or :alvi:sto.
President lllpley of the- iinta I"e
'lnlkn FnvorabI) of It.
New lork. Sept, a). President V. P. nip
ley of Atchison, haid to-day.
"All tho railroads terminating at Galvo
ton havo been for two days receiving Hhlp
ments destlnod to the city, bjth of export
grain and other freight. The damage to our
prtperty will prooioi not exceeiu tij.cuu,
ai.d possibly will not reach JIOOCm
"It b too soon to speak dellnitely as to
tho futuro of Galveston as a traille center.
Personally. I think becnuso of Its better
f..c!!.tic.3 as a "hipping point, and because of
the grentt-r number of railroids concentra
ting there. It will continue large to control
tho Gulf trallic nnd will hold Us own, and
perhaps even gain, on New 0"lcans, babino
Pass and other shipping points."
CASTi:it ai-i i:iuiatii.
Criticism of Mclliotls I'iitmiciI at
Wcaterii Presidents' Mi-cIIuk.
New York, Scp 30. The Times says. The
optimistic views of the result of Tucsdav'g
conference of Western presidents, as expect
ed by Chairman Jeffery. are not generally
forthcomlng by freight representatives and I
other railroad men here. That tho abnco t
from the conferenco of representatives of
the Northern Paclllc was more or less of an
Intentional slight, and that it foretodo 111 for '
the future of the St. Paul committee, was j
snown ny a siaiciutiii. num itmucjii .ici
len or the Northern Pacific.
"Will the Northern Pacific." he was asked,
"Join in the organization of the proposed St.
Paul Trnfiic Committee?"
"Tho Northern Pacific, answered Presi
dent Mellen. "will under no circumstances
Join in any pool, trallic committee or other
such agreement, and Mr. Jeffery has re
ceived no assurances from us to tho effect
that wo are favorably disposed to such a
This statement was made emphatically,
and as It is hardly possible that the other
roads will organize a committee without tho
Northern Pacific the territorial commltteo
plan may havo to bo abandoned.
But asldo from this It was pointed out by
Only Eight More Days of toe
KieselliorstGo.'s Great Sa!o
OF GOOD PIANOS AND ORGANS
AT LESS THAN MANUFAC
MlTlIINf. ttllOMi WITH T!li:si2
I?.1 ItLVIIlNT-i "1V1PI.1 Olil)
.srii.r.s r i.i. vivui.i
miviu mttm: siiop-
They Aro elolnsr nt Half Price If u.
I'lunii tr llrmiu li Nt-eilt-el,
Dmi'l .lllvi 'I his .ilc.
A nice r w cottage upright piano gv.ar
anteod fu'ly. tretl malijvny caw , .ill
modern Improvements, former puio Ii,
tale i-rlce ;i-'" Ci -h or p metif to '-nit
Six new and thoroui,hl) miaile uprmht
planas, various malic and tinl'liu-, fo:r.ii!r
prices, 3) ajid JJJo. sale prices in. !M
to Jlv. Cash or pjjments, JIM eash, JJ pur
S viral very flno squaro pia'ic, ono
Chickciing" nrd other makes, well vsortli
J75 to J125 Silo prlcea JJi, JW and $. pa
ments to Milt.
As htaud in our announcement of this
Eale, wo aro overstocked, xpev'-lally in odd
M)les of piano- of x.l makes niio new in
ttrunients. nomine wrong with them, many
i.f the ery finest of mokts, '-onui of w! i
retail as high aa JIM. They aro all maik-d
11 plain I'nuies to c'oso out at half price,
j'nfl one-third off.
Fine nuw "Bla-lus" and other $.V) and Jrt3
pianoj being clearol out at fVH to $24i
Terms eash. or puvnieuUi 5J cash, J.v per
month, buys them.
There aro no ttner piano mido than the
new scale "Kimball." the nation olnUal
Instrument, feloi ted to adoni the bluo room
of thu hito llouae home great Dargaia-.
In "Klmballs", .st. them.
New and haiius me ' Kurtzmarin." "Whit
nej" and other J."j-) i.nd 5375 pianos, m irked
to clear out at J1S7, (Hi to Ii$7. l'ajments
Wo nhip anywlnre, during this sale, t
reliabl people on the eas paj ment plan of
I'sjd Upright Pianos "Chirkrrlng." full
size, good e-nndltkm. wc'l worth f 3; sab
price. U) Decker tz lKn, well worth .
fc.-ilo prlco $110. "Kurtzmann." only S--.
'Eim r-on," good ai cow. largest size. thre
pdali, pittnt seift top. oui;!it to bring J.Tj.
salo prleo J..". "Kiinball, ' great bargain
$15. Cuttagei upright, walnut e.i , k.
"liaabe." only flj'i An 1 several other up
rights that iavo been useii, go at Jit".) and
S175. Pavments, Jil cosh, K to 5S per month,
Fine new Cabinet organs that retail at
JjJ to $123. rill be ilesod out at J16. U to
tii. $5 cath, Jl per mon'h. buvs them.
I'sod organs, 10 to S25. Pamentn, J3 per
Attend tho yale to-duy. These K:eat bar
gains aro limited and will go quickly. If
vou can't coma during tho day, wo Mt open
evenings until 9 ji
IvILSELIIOHST PIANO CO..
tH Olive street.
railroad oillcials that in spito of all state
ments it vvaj evident that tho conftrcnc)
had again failed to accompllsn anj ttdng.
Tho appointment of eoinmittees which
are to repoit at tbe neit eonfeivnce Is noth
ing more or le-.s than proeraslinatton.' s-il
a freight olUclat. 'lho cummittt.- mis
conbiuer as mut-h as tlicy please, but when
it comes to reporting their deliberations at
the next conferenco it will b foand that no
eonciuhion has buen reached."
Another olficlal. vvlcwe Knowledja of tho
freight cltuation throughout th-j country is
very accurate, said.
Tho great ijucstlort which tha -.residents
have not arrived at and cannot t-olvo Is,
'v t.at t.hall b douo with tho luw-r-Uo con
trat is ulered laio tetvve-n tho W extern
roads ana th.ar Central TraJllc Assoeiatlon
eonneellous on busii ens originating in
trunk-llnu terrltorj, and whuh lovv-rato
contracts do l ot eaplre. until next ear
"Iho aiisir to this iuvsilon Is an et
placation why nothing dellnlte has beeen
done and why the commit! to. havo been
ordered to report at tho Decemb-r confer
tntc Nothing can bo dune until the-w
ci'iuracts have expired, which, will be soon
utter the D cetnber conference. Ono of th'j
irincipal Items of freight Lettered by theso
euntniLts i tho tremendous apple crop of
New lorlt Stale, a lori,a lart of which will
bo mov.u west at low rates"
It Is understood that ono of the matters
under d)scut.5:on at Tuesday's cor.ferea' o,
r.nd vvniv-h raised qulto a disturbance, was
tho demand that luo chlcio nnd G: at
W esiern return to th? roads too bum ot Jo- ,
tv, which, it was claimed, it had reeeivod
in excels of Its share In tho freight poll
It is s&Id that t-o road mado tno most
btrenuous eddection to this demand, and
that tho matter Is not j: settled.
n vii.ito.u) tiiaui: schools.
LstalillsbiueMt Ailincnlnl ot tlalu-tenrutui--of-Wu3
Garatcga, N. 1 , Sept. Tho L"ast-n
Itailwuy Malntenance-of-W'ay Asioeiatloii,
.. New JJiiglaud organization, of which 11
A. Haskell of Springfield, Mass , U presi
dent. Is In tesaloa hero. Walter C Berg.
chief engineer ot tho Lehigh alley Itail
road, read a paper entitled. "The tdu.-ation
of lt.iliroad Men for the "subordinate lUuus
of tho Maintenance-of-Vay Sirvue' 1
which he advocated tho estabilabme-nt of
special railroad trado tcbools, to bo de
voted to tho teaching of practical railroad
work, the eutrnnco requlie.-nenis of vvhl h
would b limltedi to a :eucrul eotnmun
'the behool should cone!t of a regular
courbO of one sear, and of an advanced
course of onn jcar. In addition to a general
course. Scholars for the rrgular ours
would bo boa direct from public seh oN
and joung men who, after a fe.v tars'
work in a shop, olllee. store or rullroad d--parttntnt,
beln to realize- that their rapid
success in llfo may depend largely on a be.t
tor general knowlcdgo of and familiarity
villi ono subject or somo t-iecialtj. Tno
advanced courso would be? open to scholars
who had completed the remaining course,
an! men whose former education and subo
fment railroad experience would eiuallfy
tt m to omit tho regular iir-n
Tne general course, consisting of lectures1
on pentral railroad nib;ects, would b open
to Hll eomers in order to spread a better
knowledge of tho general conditions. laws
and pbllo roliO governing railroads among
the general public.
ncQUi;.:. ami i.mti:ip;.
:Veiv Lines. l'orls- Miles I.nnj Chartered
Littlo Bock, Ark, Sept. rO.-Tbo State
Board of Kallroad Incorporators to-day
granted the charter of tho Dequeen and
Kistcrn Kallroad Cornpmj. Thu Incor
porators are. Han3 Ditrk and G. I Tur
ner, Kansas City, Mo , Herman Dierks and
Peter DI rks of Lincoln, Nrb. . Harry Lirge,
W A. Prater and HerLrt liierk De ,ueen;
Travis Pope. Center Point. Ark . M. P.
Allen. Holiomb. Ark.; Smithson T. W.ilMnft,
Corinth. Atk. Tho capital stock is JiMl.w)
Tho road Is to start at Deciueen and run
northeastwardly through Sctler. Howard
and Pike counties to Murfrccsboro, Piku
County, forty milrs.
Tho Board of Directors consists of Han-)
D'erki. Herman Di. rk. W. A. Prater.
Herbert Dierks and Harry Large At Mur-lree-iboro
the road will connect with the ex
tension of the Arkansas Southwestern from
Mr. AVnrfcl'M llnttrrlly Story.
George B. Warfel, assistant general pas
senger agent of the B. u O. S-W., tells
the- following story.
"One day last week a train on tho Balti
more and Ohio ran into a cloud of hutter
llles near Cumberland Md The air was
literally darkened by the Inserts. They oc
cupied a spaci- M-veral hundred feet In
Krgth and were fllrg In .i compact masi
Thousands of them dropped from exhaus
tion. They wcro flying in a southeast! m
toutso and appeared to be in a hurry to
g.t out of Mar land. The theory is ad
vanced that Instinct warned the lnsecu
tl.at tlie cold wave was coming and thpy
wero travclln? south to reach a warmer
strata of utmosphere. When tho train
pafsenl through tne mas of llyln Inse-cts
the front of tl.c engine was literally cov
oied with them. One large specimen with
gaily decorates! wings was found In tho
streets of Cumberland which measured 51
lnthes from tip to tip of its wings."
Pnxscncer Meetings Culled.
Chairman MacI-od of tho Western Pas
senger Association has istued a call for a
meeting of lines interested In military traf
fic and also In the form tion of n trans
continental passenger as-5cLtIon. The date
cf thr meeting Is sot for September 23 and
tho p'ace Chicago
A special meeting of the Executive Com
mittee of the Western Passenger Associa
tion has been called to tako place la Chi-
i 5 3 f tu I u m
n i i t-ivJJ a .BEe.
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Worth While in Theatricals.
A WONDERFUL NEW STORY BY TOLSTOI.
PICTURES PICTURES PICTURES.
"As Good as a AlnRazInc" Only BisRer and Better.
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A-sJm for iur liillSJ 1'lorWs.vct. SL LojIj
tu. Mo E.nl tor a 1'TOipectua
WSLLOWitlfcRE iirlf nr,d"r'Jonrir "ll'lle"!
adi Ir.lng city, e n bul url an. Icatlrn healthrul
II .'ii ear ani cornfLtrts. Oa earleo. Jersey
n ilk l'-t Instrei' Hon Terms ciod'ratc A5
dreei lltlN'i IfAl, OP WILlJUttMtKC, lit N.
fUth si s. I.-ul.. Mo
lteparetl'Ki for nil rollxtra a-d Iittft8
eriio 1. r-lsl tn-TructIon riven In all bian hei
uni coara s of itodv arransej
DRMIAVI ItNOLt, A. It.
S1T O'les st. or -:l WashlrirtjD ave
""HO." 00LLE0E OF LfiW,
rentury bjild'ng bt Louia. Bay ar.d Light
ertiui,l Call r een-l fr ealaleu.
Y.IIJ,I5I J HOPKINS, rrevldest.
U or-n S"j;errbr T tn the Ccncfn.atotIum,
t 1 fi vtt nt I'ux-U reslnrtf at a tll'tinre vA
h L-t v(-j f fin! from th school F.rr further
panlsuUr aJIr in Tl-i P'lgar Ofrlc lonzt
9 a. :n to 1 u n. after Se;tnilr 17.
1 rtara" n for all cllr? ul Fclentlfle
ixi cir'al Ir-trurtlon c'ven In all brncctiAS
K,nl v yrvtsj ,,f k jj- air-mtv-i
KUM1AM ARNOI.T. A ir.
3SSI .a?hinton a-
ST, LQUSS LAW SCHOOL,
un utriRTSLvr or wisbingioi uivkrmiy.
Next terra cperi3 Rertervber IT
Kntranre FxHralnatlf'Tis ScjiKmber it.
T . veara t urs
ltr eaulosuej ana Iafortratton ssplr to
V S CCltTlS. Dean.
A Dcrartrncntof Washington Unlerslty.
A tfcrvub. Friici hfc. I fcr plrli TPith
pri fir 'ntrrc(2wte anj a Rdcnilc derartinnt
3ia, i' t,t & ear t Kilt and upwanla r:citeS
tolltri iff jrtf.n a Hfrilt (Jradaittfs a S
mlitel to -4.tey r Itlt and Vnnsr on cer
tiTuiif Ivntrinc txarimtIori rn ptemLer Zi
K It SKAUS. Principal.
1MIO MUM.TO Al'CNUI
Knr 1 1 men t ard cxacilaatlon for HlraNs ion Frl
lj un 1 tarda y, ti)t'n!'r 21 and ZZ. AfpM
.nuts wt prrsvftt dtpl&:iiij from cliv itramrar
fcbeK1 or 'i,t:r fc'iooli cf coTrrupcnillrr crart
ar- atinilttti nUInut f lam! mtlon Trr tllus
tiitf'l cata! .rue, giving cuurso uf stuly tfrmi
t.nd particulars as to rnarinl traJnlnc arplj to
O M Avoonwiio. bir-tor
PrparR lja for coll? rr nclntiro socl ct
nn uriv'rifv'. or fcr bu-lrf. I'rlmarr dirt
mnt r.:tiy reortroiUa:ii. le Ivts be i SUVEN"
ltMS iLl or olvW Svs IMplU c.asoinf.1 S-ei-lfin5-r
24, 2S and 2C Bch.xil be&li plembr
1" WrK f-r catilruj of rt jdr.ripAl nny
iiiomlng. 9 to 13 oVlnck. AcuHamy of.lce Nine
ttttHli uni "VVaphlrirttn .ic
OIAJtl-TH I. CUHD. Principal.
Beaumont Hospital Medical
Ooiiege, SI. Louis.
Oiv a tluroueh cour of I-itrucUon. with,
ni eric clrl 1 adTart4- I'our co-rs3 ft ls
tari rtvjuirc-d of n.I -xcf pt th hKNIOll ( lAhH
f the c iim; region bludits who hM at
tinted TV U FVUU COLKJK3 cr IrXTLRE-4
tI I i ndnlttel to tM 1 tin If r prLibl
rjitdltttrs and bo ellglblfi tj Kraduitlon H
gltvn Optra hpt 1 CataleNo on appllcatltja.
A Business Ec.ucal.cn ant! tho PJace ic gel !l.
j Kirf X M
Ccmmtrcial Colhqe, Shorthand and Tele'
craph School, 303 I.'. Dronfitij , ivis.. fol.ct.
lor 'l prcci al t 3 ta.na r imili .ni inppl Leal
fct.a Loua.fl tanaa rallr1 aaJ es srs;a cScaa .Li
relMitanal meftfieh r , labia tantarep-ra. alrocrap1!.
ere tei.crapa .aratbra B-ti clerk a Inaitlena r nxcrel
.r (,M..t: J, o. iltlliauK. frca't.
rUOl HUltlJ iIecuaJlUun3;carraroimiaj
poaru, cie-ii; cauua tree; novacauon.
UttLtJliyH-S niAlailAI. UVS. Iff
Monlj.-nsry, Ala ; CtlitJlon, Tex.; Fcrt Worth, Tk j
L'lli? R'., rk ; Shrtvesorl. La. Inoorf-d by reer
enaaU and banters. lieu r-vtronto J In otrth. Eoot
repuiy, Shorttaid.e'c.niuclit 1'rinall. Bealaany
tlnv. AdilKM (itelttuirilaee) DraugHcn's College.
1TOt Wnhliisrtn An-., St. I.oula
T11K e 01.1,1:01;, llar-ihall b Enow, A.M., Dran.
1HE ell. OI. OK UNiiiMihlllNU. lil.aunj A.
EtKler Th. I) , tKan
Next lrm openi S.pteniber tT
Untranco Exaralnntlor, September ZZ and W.
( atiloKuej ar.4 lnforraatlon fumleel on ap
plleatlon. 1 Polish
enso thW mirr.lne. Tlie Eiibject to be con
I ,.rel Is popular excursions to Kansas una
Sl'IT AfJAlNST Mils. IlRIcn.
Her Ilnsljanil Said (o Ilnvo Fatleil to
Xovc York, Sept. Vf) Thomcs SI. IClnfr,
who w.t? appointed re reiver of tho I'lttsburB
nnd Western ltalirmil fompnny by thu
United btatc. Circuit t'ouit of Pennsyl
vnnli, and Jam"1. T Ter-y have brouRht an
action In the Supreme- Court of this county
usulnst Cithenne 0 Ilrleo, n odmtnlhtrat
rlx of the- i-stato of her husl.and, Calvin S.
llrlce, IVe-lcrick 1. (Jlcott, Wnt. A. Ite.d.
.Henry W. Cannon nnd Oeors T. Ilaker to
re-cover JK-OfJ commissions iirhlnc out of 11
tleil In the purohao of several million dol
lars of bonds of the llltburB nnd Western
Juef;;.t I!Ichoff to-.iy crantcd n. inotlort
to btrike out tho names of Messrs. Olcott.
Head. Cannon and Ilaker from the num
inons and complaint at p.irtle-3 defendant
In the notion. Thej h ive never been terved
with tho jwper-., Mrs llrlce beln; tho only
ono upon whom service was mide.
It Is contended tint the action should h-
prot-e-enited solely nsalnst he-r as the per
gonal reprefentatlvo of her husband. t-;oti
tho theoo that -ho Is liable Individually
nn-1 for hli undlsrlo-Mt-d principals.
Tho basis of the suit Is a letter written
bv Mr I'.rlte In which he promises to pay
tho money as a person ii obligation as coin.
mission, provided e-erlaln bonds aro told.
JIr Hrico In her nn-wer denies any knovil--1ko
of the transactions, and declare thtt
tLe aKrcement disclosed was for llr. King's
l'rrvnnnl nnil Cnrrcnt Aotra.
-Arslfctant General Tasnger Agent D.
llov-crs ot the Chicago and Alton returned
to luadiiuarters estorday after a trip to
Columbus. Indianapolis and Cincinnati.
A. K. Itobbins, superintendent ot tho
nufTiIo division of the Wabash, was at
William n.-ennelly. traveling pasenger
ogent or tho Louisville Air Line, has re
turned to headquarters after an extended
Tho Chicago and Alton has Just 1-sueel a,
hinlome brochure descriptive of Its new
St I.011IS passenger ticket and freight of
fices. It Is also distributing some very
unique vest-pocket folders, containing time
tables of trains to and from St. Louis, Chi
cago and Kansas City. Ono striking featuro
of the brochure la a view of the tieket oltlco
with its handsorro mahogary furnishing.
Hehlnl the counter is Assistant Ticket
Agent ISett.s who. In Jirry Hunt's absence,
has an open C i A. folder, explaining to
Oeorge- Mur.son. po-lng familiarly on the
other hide of th counter, the many beauties
of "The 0.ily Way "
Tho new- double track of the Illinois
Central from Iilton to Cairo will bo com
pleted by October 13 Work Is now being
puffced on the r.cw passenger depot at Ful
ton. SO yards north of the present depot.
Tho track is beirg r.ilM.-d four feet higher
In ever, part of tho city.
J4.1.00 to C'llrnfrn nl Urttirn,
Katurdav. Rnntrmher 22ad. Tickets srood
on all Illinois Central trains. City ticket t
offlco Xo. as North Broadway.
4o0 Tissots Pictures of CHRIST'S LIFE.
Sylvester's Mississippi River Painting";.
In COLISEUM 1
1 to 2 p. m
3to 4 p. m.
fM5 toTMbp. c
8 15 to 8-15 p.m.
lEYHOOR'S FAMOUS FIFTY.
Mo 5.i"p xn.
U 4.1 to 10: IJ p. ra
ELEGTRSO FOUHTaiH with LIVING STATUES.
: to 3 p. n.
4 f b p. m.
T-4ito8 tip m
5 lb to lu:l j p ci
HOPKINS' HiglOleiss Vaudo villa.
Adele Purvis Onrl In her Man clous Electric Globe Dance,
Morris' Dog, Pony ami Cat Circus. Tilt's Marionettes, Etc.
In AxTMFHT F,sh T,ak3- Maaaograph, D;ep Sea Uhers, Immense Mineral Exhibit,
III QMOLHIl.il i Dogs ft,,,,.,. Luette, MalJoftbcMooc. Etc.
Admission, 25c; Children under 12,
I'cIIowtaa: are tre ippo'n'ments of .pScpra to
far aas'cnej ty tfe uerno-r&tlc but. (.cntral
iioxuraiiu: v v.: FifACKjjnxinD.
Werain, Frlilar. S.pt. ;i. I p. m.
eceoli iMturdav, Sept. J2. 1 p. m.
llLmansl!le. 3io-day, et. ft, l p. m.
lo'iln Cliy, 1uelay, t-ept. Z., 1 p. m.
fi-hed Cay, We-lnevoay, rert. .6. I p. m.
V, .ndx.r. Tliurei; iv. t-ept. :7. 1 p. m.
Illtbee- FrIJjy. trt. iS. t p. in.
W-Ilsvlll... Mtunljr Pept. S3. 1 p. m.
Wentgoicery eitv, atJrda. oepl. . 7 p. m.
Jlui:..lo. Ot.t l. 1 o'elock.
Cor.way. Oct 1, T:M o'clwlc
v If ana Oct J. i o'clo- k.
fenti.r;. ect 2. 7 30 o clock.
JtrtadRav Oct. I. 1 orkek.
jmion. xt 3. 7 Si oMock.
""Far Sprtnsi" O t. S, 1 o clock.
Illoujlanil. Oct. J. 7'W o'clocK.
rv'ebo. Oct 10. I o'clock
I10NOUADL.E A. II DOCKKRT.
FprtnslelJ IrWay. Fept fl. 7 p in.
vvajiesiiile. Haturday. f--pt. :i 1 p m.
eYoeker. Satarday, tept. i2. 7 p. m
HefTalo, Mcnday. Hejt W. 1 p. rn.
Vt I'lalcs Tuealay. tept. 2-, 1 p. rn.
Willow fcrnr.ne. llirMlay, tt;t 2. 7 t ru.
Av. VV eilne ay. hept. 18. 1 p. m.
llaitvill.. IburtOay. sevt 27, 1 p. m.
Ma-saeld, TI)Ur.la), Mpt J. 7 p. m.
Ah 5rovi. 1'rlJay Sept. 13. t P rn.
lCnorrocer, gaturda. t-ept. 29, l p, ro
be Jul la, Saturday, be-pt Z. 7 P m.
If-tertmn Mto.)n. eVt. 1. 3 p m
Jerferym Ctr. Hon lay. Oct. 1. 7.W p. m
OJln. Ill . TiiesiJa-r. f)ct. 2. I p m
Jerfyville. Ill vveure-E.Ii. Oct. 3, 1 p. to.
t-t Iulp. WeJa'iJay. Oct 3. 7 p. m.
Troj. Thumlav. Oct I. 1 p m
I-brry, TMirfJaj, Oct 4. 7 p m.
Cl-irksiiiie, FcMay. (t. I. 1 V rr
Iul!ari. I-rilar Oct. f, 7 p. m.
Vandalla. Saturday. Ot t. t. 1 p. n.
HO.NOltAnLB J J. KUSSELU
Tharer, Monda. Fept. 21. 7 p m.
VAese. I'lalrue. Tuesday, bcpl la, 1 p. to,
ThnmaHMe. Wedn.w3.iT. Eept. M. 1 p, m.
Alton. Tlmr"l.y. S-pt 2.. IP. rn
Ucnlphan -Jatur-iAy tut. 3, 1 f n.
HON'OKAIlLn JOUN A. LEE.
Ieepaler. Faturday. Sivt. 22, 1 p. m,
tbayer, Monday, ept. 24 7 p m.
Wet Plalna. 1"ur3av. r-rpt , 1 p. a
Thoraaa Hie. VVednedai. i-ept 23. 1 p ra.
Alton. Thuryday. Sept 27, j p m.
Xicnlphan, Paturdaj t-pt. i", Ip m.
liaNOHAUI.E il. IX IIBN'TON.
Olterville. 1-ridjy, bept, 71. 1pm.
lluaf-llvtlU. tulur.laj. Sept. 2.. l p. ra.
.Tefrscn el baturda. bept. 22. 7 p. ra.
ll.llaboro. Mj2d.i. Sei t 24 1 p ra.
I)e ?cto. Slon lay, Fe.t. 24 7pm
J'ted-niint. 11lffdj. sett ii. 1 p. ra.
I'oplar llleff Tuesday, rept. 22. a p. m.
Mkiston, WerneHlij, ept. IB 1 p. m.
lluomSed Tlmr.da. t. ". 1 p. m.
iexter, ThursJay, r-eit. 37. 7 p. ra.
Milde-n. Trllay. Sept . 1 P. tn.
Oenilh-rsvllle Saturday, Sept. 2J, 1 el ra.
Newlonla, TrMaj, IXt i. 1 p. la.
JUamon.l. 1'ilday. eXt S p in.
J plln. Saturda. Oct. t. Is m.
M ntevallo. ittnday. Oct f. 1 p. m.
hhlaon. Hon-Iaj 'ct. S. 3 p m.
l.Utral, Tueida. Oct , S p. m.
J Moa Clt W- lrettay. Ott w. 1 p. m
(Jrens Ciuct. Tf-urfday. Oct 11
Marii-cvlll. t"rl'!ay, fJct. 12. Ip m.
Mount Nernc.i. rtlday. Oct. 12. S pe m
Sl'ne-tt SitunU. ict IX p la.
hvrcovie llrvnd.iv. O. t. Hip m.
I'leree City. Slondlj. Oe.t II. I p. m.
h.neca. Tu.Jav O-t. 1. 1 i. m.
yeeaho. Tufat-l. Xt 1. if p. m.
tMUthwe.t e'ltj, Wednesday. Oct. 17. 1 p. rn.
Kcl. Vedreeaay. Oct. 17. a p. in.
limar. Ttiurrdav. Oct. 1. 1 p. ra.
CU County, ITIday. Oct. Li.
l'-ivie. Count) Katuxilny. Oct. 28.
Washburn. Monday. Oct. 21. 1 p. ra.
lllrly. J'o-.daj . Oct. 22. 8 p. m.
Carl Jnnrtl n. Tue.il-ej. Oct, 27. l p m.
Cartervllle, lue-dar. tvt 3 Ip n
JVerfield. Wednendiy, Oot. 24 1 p ra.
vvalker. Wtelr-eMay. Oct. 24, I p m
5rarjby. Haturdvy, Oct 77, s p re.
hch.ll City, Monday. Oct 29, I p. m
Brcraceh. Tuedaj, Oct So 1 p m.
Metr. VVedr.eday. Oet. fl. I p. m.
Molts City, Thur-ilay. ov 1 S p. m
Faeter. llday, Nov. 2, i p m.
Nevadv, Satunlay, Scr 3 1pm.
Owl-nan, t-aturday, TCov. 3, S p. m.
Jcplln. Mondvy. Nor, 5, S p. m.
IIONOrtAULB D. A. E ARMONt).
Collins, Friday. tpt. 21. l-JO p. m.
Itoatoe. Fridaj. 1-ept. 21. 7-2A p m
TatTvlIle. Saturday. Sept. 22, 1:M p. ra.
Itt-ckvlUe. Faturda. Sect. 23 7'SO p m.
Versvlllea, t-eurday Sept, 19 1 p m.
Mi-ntroee, TBeiJiy, Oct S, l.)p tn.
, Porpufater Tuesday. Oct. 3. 7. p. ra.
Calhoun. VVedneaday. Oct. 2. 1-30 p. m,
Mndeor, WcdncFday. Oct. 3. '.30 p. m.
Hitberlvnd. Thuraday, Cjet 4. 1 p. ra.
Icton. Oct 4. 7.2U n. in.
I-vtour. ltldij. Oct E. 1 p n.
Jt!rjvlll. t-rilay. Oct. 3, 7.JJ r. m.
Colurr.l js Saturday. Oct. fi. 1 p. m
llolden. baturday. Oct. 6, 7.35 p m
I!O.N'OltA'lI.E V. 8. COWHERD.
I'lerce. City. Friday. Fept. 21. 1p.m.
hprineneM. Frl !aj. yeft 21. 7 p. m.
iar"hflel 1. aturda, ert. 22. i p. ra.
Aurora. Saturday, cepiember 22. 7 p. ra.
HONORABLH CHAHI- CLARK.
Sturgeon. Friday, hept. 21. 1 p. m.
hjiHullint; Miring!, fciturday. pt. 22. 3 p. a.
oacno-vl. Mo. &aturda. rypt. 2i. 7 p. in.
HteeWllIe. TueeJay. fce;t. A 3 p. m.
t.iba, Tuee-Jay. Sept ii. 7.30 p. m.
Red ltlnl. Wedneiiay. Sept 26, 7:30 p. ra.
Clevesvllle, Tfcurrday. Kit 27. I p. ra.
t)wenii:e. Thurselay, tit. 27 7 JO p. m.
llartraeliter'a btore. h"ri'lar, Sept. SI. 1 d. m.
Jkurbin. Friday fcept 2b. 7-30 p. m.
Sullivan, bn-urdiy, hept, 23. 1 p. m.
Marat UI Tuerday. Oct. 2. 730 p. rn.
IWcif-i, Wednesday, txt. 2 1 p. m.
lllur s-prings Wcdria-lay. Oct. 3. 7.20 p. m.
M.-lbvvllle. Oct. 4. 7 p. in.
KahoKi, Oct Mp in.
Mo-ltlcello Oct. 6. 1 p. m.
JOnnett, Thur-day. Oct. II, 1 r. m.
7'ejw Madrid. Friday, Oct. 12. 1 p. m.
t-narle-trn viturday. f-ct. II. 1 p. ra.
Ilentcn. Monday. Oct. 1. 1 p. m.
HONUHABLC P. M. COCKRELU
Doeelli.ff Green. Friday. &ept. 21. 1 p. ra.
andalia, fcaturday. iiept. c. 1 p m.
Fulton. Monlay. t-ept. 21. 1 p ru.
Columbia, Tuesday, tepi. 25. 1 p. rn.
Fajelle VVedn-vday. ert. 25 1 p. m.
lloonvllle, TLureday. bent. 27. 1 p. rn.
Manhall. Friday. H-or. 2!. 1 d in.
eiaceola, Sturda. wit, -J 1pm.
llldeirado, Monday, Oe.t. 2. I p. m.
htockton. Tuesday. Oct. L. 1 d. m.
elreentieid. Wednesday. Oct 2. 1 p. ra.
Mrnint V ernoa. Thursday, Oct. 4, 1 p. m.
Aurora Friday. Oct. 6. 7 p. ro.
Caa..lll. Saturday. Oct. t. I p. rn.
I-armlnton. Mcnday. Oct. 8. 1 p. m.
Ste llenevl-ve. Tueeda, Oct, 3 I p m.
Fern v Hie. Wednesday. Oct. 19. 1 p. ra.
Jaekr-on. Thursda. Oct 31, 1 p. rn
Cape, Girardeau. Thursday. Oct. 11. 7 n. m.
Marble- Hill. Friday. Oet. 12. l p. ra.
IVederlcntown. Saturday, Oct 13 2 p. m.
IJnn, Me-nday, Oct. 15. 1 p. m.
Jefferson City. Tuesdiy. Oct. 38. 1 p. m.
TOLD THE POPE HE MUST DIE.
Negro Woman Kctuins Fiom an
Odd Uision to Italy.
Chattanooga. Tenn, Sept. X). Annie
James, wife of llarion James, a wealthy
and respected negro of Eutaw, Greene
County, Ala., has returned, from Home,
I.aly. where- she went In May of this year
to warn Tope I.eo XIII of his impending;
death. Mrs. James while attending a ser
vice at her church. In the- early part of
last 3Iay. fell Into a trance.
After recovering from the franco tha in
10A.M. tall P.M.
10c, under 6 Free. Belgian Hares.
OIi an. Wednesday, Oct. 17. 1 p. tn.
LjllfornlH. Tnursda. Oct 15. 1 pw ra.
Veisalile-j. I"rl;j). Oct la. 1 p. m
Gallatin. Saturday. Oct -e, I p n.
Ilethanj. Mon lay, Oet. 22. 1 p m.
Aioany, Tuesday. (At. 3J. 1 p. m
Otant lty, VWcesdjy, Oct. 24. I p m.
Minvllle. T.iuraij. Oct. ri. 1 p. ra.
I utisboia:. rlday. Oct. S. ip, m.
StaysvUle Saturday. Oct 27. 1 p in.
llO.NOltABLB E. C CllOVV.
I'otosl. Irllay. Sejt. 21. 7 p m
St. lAjls, vvtat Lad Cvllseura, : S p. m , Satur
Oij. Seju 22.
lolloeK, se(t. 2i7, 1 p. m.
I'ojnton, s.pt -ti, 7 p. m.
Mllai., s.lt 27, : I. m
II Mn. Saturday. Se-pt 2. 1 r. ra.
h'mmiot.k, Oct 4. 1 fl p. In
Auxvas'-e. tKt 4. 7 2i p. m.
HON'ORAIILU DAVID OVERM1 LK.
Trtnvon, Septentr 2:", 1 p. m.
HOXOILAIILK J V l'OLK.
Tavlor ani iuu Saturday, sept 22, t p. m
Suelal Turner Hall, lblrtentr. ucd vlunt ,
atie-U. Tue-eiay evenlrg. Sept -3. S p m.
HONORABLE T. I'. MIX HI
Vanlal'a, Saturday, S-pt. 22. 7.30 p m.
HOXORAHLE K 31. KbrLS.
St. cniariea, irid., spt. 2j. 7 p. m
HONOHABLU JAME3 (TOONEr
Ednarjs, Friday, bept. 21. 2 p m.
rotlnibrrs. rlday. Spt. 21, "jo p m.
lTe-ston. baturday, Sept. 22, 2 p ro
HerrnUare, baturnay, rept. 22. , 20 p. m.
Wheatland, Monday, Sept 24. 3 p in.
Weaabl-fcU, Monda), Sept. 21. 7a p. in.
rittsouraT. Tueiday, E-:pt. 25. 2 i- ra.
l'oli. Tuotday. sept. 2, 1-Z p. m.
l'leasar.t Hope. VVedneJy, sept. . 7.30 p. ni.
MorrlsTlIle. Thursday, Sept. 27. I 30 p. m.
birnkSeU. i'rida), se-pt A 7.30 p in.
W alnut eirov e, suturday. spt. A 7 i p. re.
Ash Grove, Monday, Oct. 2. 7 30 p. la.
siiinct.cld. Tu'kday, exit. 2. 7.20 p. m
I air t.roe Wednesday Oct 3. 7 m p. m.
MrafTord. Thursda), Oct. 4, 7.JJ p m.
JlHi'.r. Frldav. ext. . 7.30 p. in.
Uumansrllle. Saturday, pet. t. 70 p. m.
Fairfield. Mend it. Oct b. 2 p- ra.
Urai, lUnJa). Oct. . 7. p m.
LaMcnK. Ti.eday. e)ct S. 7.3J p in.
HO.VORAI1LB II. MARTIN WILLIAMS.
North Salem. Friday. Sejt. 21. I r m.
lronlii. Friday, s'ept 21. 7 p. in.
Iicledrt. Saturday. EerL 2, t p. iu
Me.dvllle, Saturday, sept 22, 7 p ra.
liri.ofc.n'-IJ. Monday, Sept. 21. 7 p. ru.
Hamlin n. Tuesday, Pept. 23. 1 p ra.
Cameron, Tv.et2a). tVe-pt. 2i. 7 p. m.
ltlchT.end, Wednesday, Sept. 76 7 p m
Salllj.rj. Thursday, bept. 27. 7 p. m.
Mtberl). Frl Jay. s-pt. Z4. 7 p. m.
Wtl.svaie. s.tureUj. be it 2C-. 7 p m.
HONOILVBLB A. If. KALLME1 Elt.
St. l'e'.ers, fat. Charles County. Saturday, Sept.
" HONORABLE CHARLES JAMES.
St Co.rlw. irtday. Sept. 21. 7 p. m-
IION'ORAELE A. IL BOLTE.
Irrp's I'ark, VVolneaday. bert. 2C, 8 p. m,
HONOR BL17 12. A. .NIKWAK,
Urap's I'ark, Vednesday, Seit 2H s p. m.
HONOltABLE 32. if. lllCHliO.NlJ.
bturgeon, I rlday. bept. 21. I p. in.
'Ix-J. Sattrdav. Sept 22. 1 p. m.
SB..NATOR H. k T1LMAN.
Treaton. Wednesday, Sept. 25. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE IT. A. NEWMAN
Pexter, Tuesday. O-t 35. 7 p. m
l'cp.ur Bluff Thuii,day. it. IJ, 7 p. m.
Gieenville Friday. Oct . 7 p. ni.
Hiram Saturday, Oct. 20, 1 p. m.
l'attvrsein. Monday, Oct. 23. , p m.
Iejer. Tuesday. Oct. 23. 7 p. in.
l.rar.JIn VV ednelay. Oct. il 7 p m.
willow springs. Thursday. Oct- ii 1 p. m.
EMorado sprlnffs, Saturday, Oct, 27, 7 p. m,
HONORABLE SAMUEL ALSCHITLER.
Ivmocrst'o candidate for Governor of Illinois,
will speak st Ua following: plaees In St Louis
Sept. 2J and 24:
Tueselav e7nlnr. Sept. 23. at Social Turner Hall.
Thirteenth and Monroe streets, et 3 o'clock.
Wednesday evealcr. Sept ii. at Limp's Far,
HONORALLn BEN F. CIARK.
Social Turner Hall. Thirteenth and Mcaroe
stre-ts, Tuesday. it. 25. S p. m.
SENATOR F II. FARRIS.
Hrnnynn. Thursday. Sept. 27. 1 p. ra.
New Haven. l"i-lda), bept 2S. 1 p. m.
ally 1-ark. bnturdeey. Sett 2S. 1 p. m.
honorable james. r wadLill.
rarrUni-lcn, S-itJidar. bept 29, 1 p m.
Ebeneaer. 1'rldat, Oct I. 1 p. in.
HONOR.VBLE EDWARD ItOBB.
Frelerlcktown. Si.r.day. Sett 24. 1 p m.
Mine Ia Mott. iiondi). Srt. 24 1.J) p. m.
trandlru Tuesday, sept. SO. 7.39 p. m.
"Van Buren. v cdr.epday. Sept. 20. 1 p. ra.
Wtr.rna. Thuraday. Sett 27, 7.30 p. m.
Eir.lrnce. IrVlday. bpt 23. 1 c in.
illrch Tree. Friday, bept. 2a -fQ p. ,
1'alH.il. Saturlav. Se.t 2J. 7 JO p, m.
Marshil'ld, Monday. Oct. 1. 1 p m.
Seymour. M.r.d;, O-t. 1, ,JM ;u tn
llartilllo. TuesdJi), Oct. 2. 1 p. m.
Mitur".eld. Tue'la). tct. 2. 7.2u p in.
Mountain Grove Wednesday. Oct. 3, 1 te ml
Houston. Thursdav, O't. 4, 1 p. m.
Urklng. I rlday. Oct S 1 p n.
balem. Trlday, Oet. 5. 7J- p. m.
HONORABLE 3IORT JOl'RDAN.
Vandalla, Saturdiy Oct. . 1 p m.
HO.NORA1IIJJ W. S. ANTIltlNT.
TertU's, -Saturday. Sept. 22, 7:30 p ro.
HONORABLE O if. AVERV
Moscow Mills, Frt.!l. Sept. 23. 7 20 p. m.
Ne ..ond l. Wedn-slay, sept 26. 7 JO p. m.
ArsentTiii". Saturday. Oct . 7.20 p m.
IIONOILM1IJ7 JAMES A. REED
I jn-onte. Saturday. September 22, 1 p. rn.
Jame-eirt, satunlny, s'eptemt-er 2
I-xlngt-ri. Saturda. Oct 6. 7 30 p. m.
l'latte City. Saturday, Oct. 20. 1 p. m.
IluNORABLE JF.fF I-OLL.VRD.
Jamesport. Saturday. September 23.
HONORABLE IIEN'RV A. KERSTRINO.
llaplevrood. Saturday. Sept 22, 70 p. m.
IIONORATJU: D. A. BALI.
Hlle. Trldav. Sept. 2J. 1 p. m.
Bcsworth. I-ridav. Sept 21, 7 J) p. ro.
Jto.-U. Saturday. Sept. iJ. 2 p. m.
Carrollton. Saturda). Sept 2. 7.3 p m
IIONORAllLn rRAN'K V. WALSH.
Lament. Saturday, Sept. 22. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE W. D. VANDIVER.
Jllddletown. Thursliy. Oct. . l.a p. rn.
lie-Il:lnner. Thurs.la). Oct. I?, ) p. tn
Nv Florence. Friday. Oct 1?, 1 p. m.
Joricsburx, Frl lay, Oct. 1. 7:30 p. m.
3lesico. Saturday. Oct tu. 7 vtf p. m.
Local committees n tb lespectlve countl. ar.
reeiuested to ae-4 that metlnp3 are properly ad
vertised and that all necessary arrangements are
wade fcr the speakers.
J. it. SEIBERT. Chairman.
J. II. Edwards. Secretary.
form her husband and others that tho
Lord hd spoken to her. saylnc that Pope
L.O would not live much longer. She de
clares that the Lord dlrecte d her to com
munieate this fact to the F'cpe.
Her hufband. Marion James, owns a flno
plantation near Kntaw, and is prosperous
He l- rottrd as b-lng worth over Ja,voi. He
Is well liked by the white people of tho
community where he lives. Upon Insistence
of hU wife, he provided her with sufficient
monev to make the trip to Rome, and -ho
le-ft lTutaw accompanied by Mrs. Nancy
augnnn, colored, lato In Hay. She was
lerled audience with the Pope, but com
municated with him throuKh an Interpre
ter. A Ilellable lleatiache Cnre.
rarker'9 Headacho Powders have tooJ
the test: they never xaii. mee, iu c
fi, A, SELKIRK & CO..
AUCTIOIM and STORAGE
Reru'vr -.! eTrr Saturdiy at wsrehou"-.
XS3-10--2 Chajtetu ave. f-a.. In resldene-e-a
rect3ltT Main office. 204 i: sixth st. rhon.
V.'iII ycj be ray kind good
fairy and tike tne to
.".filter Matinee Saturday.
a nunawav ass
SUCH GIRLS, SUCH .MUSIC.
SUCH FUN, SUCH COSTUHES.
You may never sec again.
Seats new on sale.
In Sol Smith Ifussell's .treat play.
"A SACHELCaTS ROUlANCE"
ICegtiiar Jla'lnee Saturday.
Daniel Frohm3n's Gcmpany,
Forratrly cf tha Ly -n.r now Daly's TTeater.
Mon, T-jes . 171 NUhts Wed. Mat
. "THE MANEl V ER3 OF JANE.'
Thsr.lay Nlcht ..' THE AMBASavDOR."
Frl. t-t Sig'-i. Pat Matlce
. AIiLriLb V.irlU.V WHEKI
Reserve ycur eeats nove.
(X)NT!N-UOl'3 V VVDEVILLE.
lxra 1 thl 10 0 .tally.
James o Barroa, 'r Navn&CO..
1 tn Lancaster Ca. Pearl Andrew..
John IJ Carrp. lirns-W altera Trio,
Cam i n..Maik. JUl Teul l"Tic.
but'l i l'rcas n, Leon and La Mart.
W ' 'ism Focte sti n r Eml.
l'r.nk d. Ida Wllliimx The Klaodra-ne.
IS S5 KOc.
Orcres'ra chair (.-eeerv ed C daya ahesj). Wo.
Only. 13 Mlnutet' RUe.
KIHLQCH PARK. TO-DAY P.ah or Stilus
Wabash tralas leave Union Station fcr Kln
1 h et US p in. 10 p m. (Saturdays cnlt),
1 41 p ra. I-aT tict of 01 v street at llavi a.
m.. 10 p m. 1: ,p in and LIS p. in.
Suburban trains leave Wella Station every Cve
Aflnilsjloii tnttii(l!iisr r.iiind trlr oyer
ttabcish 1!:iIIt.:i, Vl.UO.
.IKalIJ-K'?- -' - V" -ill -V.
For Iter Sake.
son. Mat . Set. 22- "At 1 Iney Illdite."
... XlM'EISTATl ...
COMMENCING SUNDAT MATINEE.
TTTT. CrH.SkM7 H.Tt73B"5T
Th- I Imlt In Biace I"roJjctlors.
XS -23 OC-SO.
". ts on sn:.
CV3!atI-,pf Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
2sc2.tiaM The CONV!CT'S ii?i; rni.
iCday Xt. ? st A Unme?p3n Ilemrt.
The Home cf Kolly. Two I"r&llci Dally.
JOLL.Y Gi7?ASS W5DOWS
In two It v"-t!fiilly eLiRe-l Bu-lesn-es.
teiol.i:.!- I'l.vtT: i lovvS.
Next A'tra tlcn -Ken Ten L'urles.iuers.
OSIcb of the President ot the
Hoard of Public Improvements.
St. Louis. SepL 3. Iu0.
Sealed proposals for tho jeubllc work her,
lnafter mentioned will be received at thsj
oltice of the Hoard of Public Improvements.
Itoom No. :w New City Hall, until 12 m.
NINTH DAY Or OCTC-BEIt. IJOO,
at r.hhh l.our they will be publicly opened
und read, viz.
Letting No. 639s. For the construction oS
sewers in Ito-k Spring & wer District Num
ber Nine. mbr tclnii: 1.1) ftct of 15-icch pip
sewers and 2i fret of 13-lnch plpo sewers.
Iltposlt required $155.
I'ropeR'ils must be mnde on blank fortn9
furnished by tho Board cf Public ImBrove
inents. The rteht to reject any and all proposals
Is expressly reservtd.
Plans, bpeclllcatlons and forms of con
tract may bo s,,en at tho olllee of thai
By order of tho Board.
E. A. nrCRMArTrT.
Presldsnt Pro Tm.
Secretary I'ro Tcm.
FRANK O. CARPE.NTER
has had a Jong and xxeccd!agly
ensacing talk with LI HUNQ
CHANU It will fc one of
Twenty Notable Features
in next Sunday's Republic ex
clusive brilliantly illiLtrated.
Postal Talsgrapti Gable Co.
Slain Ofllor, Lmelede Balldlnar,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
100,000 Mile AVlre, S.OOO Offloeai.
We rronld laet plensed to bandla yas-n
TelrKrnma. Try na. TIeriaoiie MaW
WlLLIA-f P 1ICLME3. H. J PIEKNEITH,
EsTAI5I.l3HET IN 28IJ.
Missouri State Mutual Fire ani flarin
Office Na. II. Coesuiut fcu. St. Louis. Mo,
Tel l.ell Mala 2171. Tel. Klnloch A 1MJ.
1-ollcles At. Writ tea oa Either block or UutuaJ
J. B. C Ijicss. Ausustus Neillertitrt.
U 1) Walk.-. Her n C Haarstlcsi
Jas W. UelU il K. O-thweln.
Jaa. IS. KaJme. Wm. F. Homes.
F Drug Store
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
1T2C N. IIIIRTUCTTH ST.
Cbntlnuet. to s.rr an appeclatlner public rlt
rrt-cless hand vrerk, ualrff n ehe.mlcau anj
havlcc lately aulcpted Locvestlct flalsa. rtarma
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