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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEIMTBER 23. 1000.
du&sat ,3sv& W
The grand ball of the Veiled Prophet takes place in the Cham
ber of Commerce, Tuesday, Oct. 2. "We have mounted for the
occasion a number of Pearls and Diamonds in new, exclusive and
fashionable designs, in the most correct forms for full dress function;.
Diamond Tiaras 550.00 to S5.00O.00
Diamond Aigrettes SSO.OO to S3.000.00
Diamond Brooches 525.00 to 52,500.00
Diamond aad Pearl Cluster Rings S25. 00 to 54,000.00
Jeweled I;uns; rarely beautiful and artistic creations,
ostrich lips and panel hand painted. . 550.00 to 5500.00
Jeweled Fan Chains. a. $25.00 to 51,000.00
Genuine rear. Studs, r.ets of 3 530.00 to 5150.00
"White Enamel Studs with Diamond Centers, sets
oJ3 SoO.OO to 5150.00
White Enamel Sleeve Links and Studs to matHi
513.00 to 525.00
White Knamel and Pearl Studs sets of : .. . St. 50 to 525.00
White Enamel Sleeve Links, per pair. SS.00 to 550.00
Gold Mounted and Solid Gold Po'js 55.00 to 575.00
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Pa ct1 2 H Si vS yi
JWril9 for our new Catalogue
SAVED HER DOG AT
COST OF HER LiFE.
jlrs. G. A. Barker Rescued Her
Pet From Street Car's Wheels
and Was Fatally Hurt.
SHE LIVED ONLY FOUR HOURS.
Head Woman Was a First Cousin
of Governor Stephens Acci
dent Happened in Front
of Her Ilonie.
A ret do;r waa directly rcsronsible for
the death of JSrs. G. A. Barker of No. !
Kaston aienuc, who nas struck by Chan
ning a-ienue car No. 177J about 10 o'clock
yesterday tnornlnc, sustaining Injuries to
which she succumbed four hours later.
Mr. Barker was (be wife of G. A. itarkcr,
a clerk at the Grand-Leader, and ivaa a
first cousin of Gotrr.or Lon V. Stephen.
She was sweeping the pavement in front
of her home, when the dog ran onto thu
car track. An eastbound car was approach
Ins at a rapid rate of speed, and Mrs. Lur
ker believed her pet would be crushed to
death. She ruthed upon the tracks and tried
to catch the do. Just as she did so the
car struck bxr, knocking her down and
jjass'ng over her.
Her mangled body was dragged from un
dsr the car and taken to her heme, only a.
few doors away, and Doctors Dalton and
Farmer were summoned. The dog escaped
Jlrs. Bark.-r's body was terribly mutilated
ur.d the ptijsicians saw at once that thero
was no chance to have her life. To relieve
her pains, opiates were administered. After
lingering until 2 o'clock, the passed away.
The niotorman of tne car. Ueorge E. Cur
ry of 371 fc.va.is avtr-ue. was aritaled and
la held pending an iuvcsUsauon. William
tilllan of No. iiSj Eastoc avenue na; tho
G. A. Barker, the husband, paid last night
that he had beui told by neighbors ten
the car was running at on uuuauu.1 rate of
speed, lie said that ho did not see the ac
cident himself, and had to rely for his lrr
formatlon of it solely upen the statements
T. C. Cunningham, a passenger on the
oar, eald that the car u running at a
rapid rate, and had left many passengers
Btandlng, because, appirently. it wan be
hind time, and tho motorjnn wanted to
make It up.
Tho funeral arrangements hav not
been made. Mm Barker has a number of
relatives thruushout the Statu, and until
they can be heard from tho arrangements
will not be completed.
Mrs. Charles E. Summons of Speed.
JJo., a sister of the dead woman, arrived
last night and Kill attend to the Xuceral
rrenoti Mantel Clocks
In Porcelain, Bronze. Marbleiztd Iron and
Onyx cases, tt.SO lo CSD.OX Jlermod &
Jaccard'a. Broadway and Locust.
II. n. T. Colebrntlon.
Flora. I1L. Sept. 2i The eeventeenth an
niversary of the Brotherhood of Hallway
Trainmen was celebiaied In this city to
day. There wero not les than 6.0.0 visitors
here. A grand street para: nui given,
representee the arious industries of this
city. Thr-procei.fIon was headed by one of
the UoBinson enmnei pulling a string of
cars. Judge l'hlulpi of Virginia delivered
the principal address, a. L. Collin, fceoond
Krand master, nas also hero.
Iia Vulae DIcoircrctI Dnrlji;; Absence
Reverend J. B. Ley. pastor of Uie FIret
M. B. Church. South Tampa, Fla., had an
Interesting experience when his family were
compelled lo leave on account of the eilor
fever. He tays: "Baa: September, when
ao were visited by a jtllow lever scare, my
family left for an indehnito stay in tha
"1 had. for about two jears, been under
considerable physical and mental strain,
and my nervous system seemed to utterly
give way. I had some excellent phy&lcian...
but their remedial agencies failed to reach
the case, at bst affording only temporary
"At the time tha family left my attention
was called to Grape-?.uta food. Several
things had led me to believe that my trou
bles were largely due to Improper nutrition.
The abtence of the family gave mo a good
opportunity to try the neu food, for It Is
perfectly cooked and therefore required no
work on my part.
"So I began to make two meals a day,
supper and breakfast, on Orapo-Nuts and
cream cr milk, and had nothing ele. I con
ilned myself to ihe proper aiionance. not
overeating. The Improvement was marked,
almost fiom the In si, inv digestion was
bettor, bleep became regular and restful,
and I began to gain flcsli. I could soon do
work wilii less latlgue and more satisfac
tion. "My nervous system has been wonderfully
improved, and to-day I weigh more than I
have ever weighed, and find iny strength
equal to all tho responsibility This Is not
all. On the return of the family Grape
Nuts became a regular article of food at the
morning hour. The children ate It and Im
proved. "My wife, who was nursing an Infant dis
covered that after she began using Grape
Xuts regularly, for the first time In many
years nature'w food supply for the baby was
inlequate, without resorting to artificial sub
'erruges. Grape-Nuts food not only carried
us through tho sickly season, but has been
a. godsend to our entire family."
b -a r
3,000 engravings-mailed free.
BOODLEfiS MAY 8E
CHECKED BY COURTS.
2few York Democracy Invest i-
gating the Republican Plan
LARGE SUMS ALREADY RAISED.
Leaders Hold a Conference and De
cide Upon Prosecution of All
Persons Who Try to Influence
Voting With .Monev.
Kew York, Sept. Z:. "I am seriously con
templating a call to the State Committee
men for a meeting to devise some pUn for
3reventlng the uhe of tho blued money
wrung from the trusts by the lUpubtican
cumihutrn manager. I have reports from
most tiuxwui'Jiy sources that ii ese man
agers have r-iaed the iargeU corruption
fund ever iniploved in Xcw York State for
the purpose of debauching voters and buy-
ins victory for tho Republican national and
SLte tickets." declared Clialmian Frank
Campbell of tho rhmo. ratio State Commit
tee to-day. Continuing, Mr. Campbell sa.d:
Tho reports submitted at the itepubl.can
State hcadijuarteis from tlu cuairmtn of
the various county cotnraiitets during the
last f.v daya have been so .Jltoouraging
and indicative that the trend In every dis
trict is toward Bryan, that the conductors
of the Republican campaign have bom com
pelled, as a Iinal retort, to deiend upon
"it may bo that, in order to make certain
that this plan shall not suceted, we iliall
decide to employ lawyers and detectives In
every town and election district. The Dem
ocratic Stalo Committee v. ill not lo.cr.iie
fraLd. Its member txiieve that, wiih an
honest ballot ami fair count. Bryan and
Stanchfleld can and will carry tli.s & ate."
That the Democratic Slats campaign
manager. have discovered a Republican
plot to buy victory for McKtnley In tho
State of New York, became evident at the
coi..-luslon of a long conference at the St.
James building htadtuarters to-day. Mr.
Campbell, when he mane the statnum
u.uoied. had Just departed from a meeting
attended by Campaign Chairman McGuire.
Richard Crokr. Klliot Danfurth. Senator
McCarren. Chairman John B. Shea of the
Kings County Democratic Executive Com
mittto, and others. To them such conclu
sive evidence of organized plans for fraud,
particularly in the rural districts, was sub
mitleu as to cause a request that the State
Committee be summoneu to rm't in this
city within a short time. Chairman Camp
bell Is yet to tix the date. He mya he will
announce It toon.
Meantime each member and chairman of
a county committee has beta Instructfd to
report to headquarters the localities In
which the "boodie" has ben. or la being
fcent. and when it ij contemplated to sen!
it Jubt before election duv.
When Chairman Cauipbell said "tho
largest corruption fund ever employed In
New York" he had In mind the charge
made before and after the eb-ctlon of 1SH,
that between tUj0.v. and o&OO.OjO had been
raised by the Republicans to Insure the
Btate to McKInley. Mr. Campbell would
not estimate the amount of the K'JO fund
for publication, except to say that It wou d
certainly exceed that of four j-enrs auo.
when, uj alleged, as much as A was paid
openly for a tingle votf, while lloanrs
were bought In "blocks of live," ten and
twenty for from FtO to $25 per head.
Farmers, who had sufffrod from poor
crops, or who hal had big mortgages levied
on their property, were offered their own
prices for remaining home and restraining
their natural desire to voto for Bryan.
Chairman Campbell concluded his state
ment by saying:
The people of this State shall hava a
chance to vote fcr whom they p!eas if
the Democratic State Committee has any
thing to say about it.
"I wish to eay that the story to the effect
that there are dlfferencca a to party
policies and issues existing between Mr.
Stanchfield, our candidate for Governor, and
Mr. Mackey. candid Ho for LI. ulenant Gov
ernor. Is absolutely false. It was conceived
In the m nd of a reporter fur a Republican
newspaper, and Is utterly without founda
tion. The story was spread to Ferve Re
publican purposes. Mr. Stanchfield and Mr.
Mackey are thoroughly in unity and will
Jointly put up a brilliant and aggressive
FIGHTING NEAR MANILA.
Army Officer's Dark Picture of
Denlson. Tex.. Sept 22 Lieutenant A. J.
lace, lato cf the Sixth Infantry, U. S. V.,
arrived here to-diy direct from tho Philip
pine Islands. Lieutenant Lane states that
when he left there fighting was going on
almost to the pates of Manila. Ho ex
presses the conviction that the ln-nirgcnts
can never be conquered. Larire bands are
operating on alt the islands. A new leaso
of life seems to have been given them. They
are fighting more desperately than ever. H
does not think that the re-election of Mc
Kinley will result In a collapse of the re
bellion. It will require a large standing
army to hold tho Insurgents In chock. He
declares tho Insurgents will never submit to
American rule, but are capable of holding
a n n h n a s Tfi s a
Nought by jleiTirk, WaNh &
Plu'lpsal Seventy-Pour and One-
Higlith Cents on Fht Cost.
THEIRS WAS THE HIGHEST BID.
Stock-Taking AVill 15ein To-
-Monow Inventory Is i:.
pertvd to Show J lot ween
150,000 and 2U0.000.
lepers wre sixued yesterday alt. rne
by which the stock of tfce E. Jaceard J. w - I
elry Company will be transferred t-. t'-.
Merrk-k. Walsh and Phelps Jewelry V:ti- I
pany a soon eh an Inventory of tho proi- j
irty can be made. To bind the tr.ii".!.
tiT. JlOaiO was paid down by the pir- '
chasers. The remainder will be paid w'leii
pus-session la given I
N gotlations Tor the sale were conducted '
b Joseph Wcrne, tiui-tee in !iu.u!dari-ii .t
the Ja.-card comjan. and Ilarrk-on II.
M.rruk for the pureha.-f r. Tin. purcha-e
pi he Is 7ii cents on the dollar, upon tho
bas of first cost. It Is thought that the
stoik will inventory btlwecn Siaf.CJu ami
Fur more than a year past the business
community Sins been awaro of impending
changes in the business of the K. Jacr.iid
company, and its retirement from the fteld
is not a suriirie. For almost half a cen
tury the house has bten known as one of
tho m-.st prontineut in its line In the coun
try i:ug.ne R. Cuendet, who assumed the
rresHeiicj of tho company about a year
i-,-1. was recently removed bv the L'nl ed
Mate Court, and Joseph Werne of ly"i.
viih, Ky.. was apnouited receiver. .More
recently Mr Werne vaa made trustet In
i;uidatii.n. and t,inoe that time he ha- be.-n
actively at work to eHect the sale of tho
stock as a whole. A number of bid w.'re
Ioi;etved. both irom local and out-of-lown
houses, that of the Merrick. Wal.-Ji
riulps comjiany being the highest.
Regarding hL purcase, II. II. Merric k.
president of MerriUv, Walsh .'c Phelps, taid
last night: "I have been to fully occupid
wlih oilier matters that I have not bc n
able to foim plans for ihj future as jet.
Wo learned only this afternoon that our
bid had laeu accepted. I cannot t.iy
whether wo will remove the Mock to our
present store, or our stock to the Jaceard
"We will begin taking stock Mondav
moriiing. and me woik will be done as
rapidlv as iHsable. Atti'r that is accom
plished 1 shall be la better pusitlon to uy
wii.il We will do."
t ashincton. tcpt. Ktirtcaji for Sunday and
ll.laij Ra:n cuaday, loaday fair, fresh
Arkaute r air in -eteni, rain In eastern
juirnoii Kuiiu) ; lonaay lair, wind mostly
oiabotna and Indian Territory Oncrall fair
suiiay bnu ijonoay; aoLiuTiy wiuae.
loa Fair ana Haimer :iau; Monaay fair,
MihHiri 1 lr Staiday, except Mioner In ex
trcDie fcuuiUtHEt poru- n. warmer in eabtern and
buutuera purtiou, tacay fair. uuieri wino:.
rt-iiraia rair 1iuch; warmer la caMm
poruib. ior,aay fair, tuutherly tvinls
lkaruafc tjeii4fiail fair si.nia) and Moiiday;
St. Ijutr, Jlo.. .Jpt. Ii 1).
.j a.Ri. : p.m.
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UirevitoB of wiud
Velocity c fwnu o .,
wh.er at 6.i a. in., cloudy; Kt c p. n.
cto.,d. yiaxiuium teoijiature. .4, mauruum
lecuperature. Ikj. itiver Maao. b. feet.
It. J. IIVATT.
Iicsl Forecast uinclaL
Departir.er.t of AcricuUure. YltutLrr Bureau
M leeicl'ual bti;iiutlonii recri'.el at bu ltul
beptemtr it, 2MW. at bu,s I in. loel tltc. aul
p. m. freient)-:hth uieiia.an time. o-eration3
taK,.u at the Swtnc siiun.est cf lloie at all atA-
Matlon.". Ilr. Bar. Tp.Mx.Pre.Weath(
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tmbuiim- S Z.Vi t,i 72 .1 cVm i-
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Cfwrjcnile S 3.i S IS .... CItar
ivrivic K .ll 7 7 .... Chair
I'uebl't SB a. 74 .... Ca-ac
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Oklahoma Hi: . 73 "t fluu iy
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l;i !. u NW i- 71 Hi .. . l"n!r
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"Indicates predpltatlon li-apprcclaLl.
-Tliundtritorm. ., .
11. J. IITATT,
fical rorecaat Ofnclal.
AMERICAN RAILROADS BEST.
International Railway Asciatiou
I'aj.s llijrb Tribute to Them.
I'arls. Peiit. ZL llany prominent Amer
ican rallro.:ii mon are here attending tho
FC"rioti of tho internalliiml lUiluay Asmo
cutioii. Thpy n-e maklnrr a rtrong effort,
with Kood chances of succeM, to have the
next met-tlns In America.
M. Itandln. Mlu.il- r of Public Work.
In i'pe..:inr the cur.crca, pild high tribute
to the adnn-ed Mai.' tf railroading In the
Lnltfd St.ius, baling thnt all the roctnt
iiiprovpmrnts ad'.ptfd in Kuropo came
fmm America. He lurther wild that Eu
ropean count;le mlRht well under-tnnd
that they were behind In the matter of rail
road Irnptovements and should awaku to a
realization of the fact, taklns pattern after
the United Statea.
WANTS TAYLOR'S DEPOSITION.
You t soy Granted an Order to Se
cure Same Out of Kentucky.
Frankfort, Ky., Sipt. 22 On motion of
I J. Crawford, atto'tie) for Henry Yout
trj Judge Cantreil entered an order this
afternoon, permitting the defense to tako the
deposition- ot ex-ionnor W. S Taylor,
ex-secretary ot State t hrles Kln'.ey and
ether fupitlvts from this State, to b u.-vd
ns evidence In the trial of Youtsey at
Georgetown In October.
The Kentucky Criminal Code provide- that
the dci-osltlons of ptr-ons outside the State,
who refuse to attend as witnt.sse, my be
taken by permlsiun of the court. Youtuy's
nttornejs are conltder.t that Tailor and
rinley will consent to gie their deposi
tions. AVciIillitK Iiltnt!on.
Correct forms, finest material and trork
manshtp, nt Merraod & Jaccard's, society
BUttloncra, Broadtvay nn-i Locust.
)) riXefor tamplti anil prices.
Overflow llertlnKo of Dcioocrati.
Hed Bud, 111., bept. 02 Tbe Democrats
opined their campaiKn to-nlcht at Prnlrti-
a pniall town four miles east of hero, and i
over M-) persons turned out to hear A IX
lties., nominee for State Representative;
Jtoy Aldln, nominee for State Senator;
Judfie Wilson, and other prominent speak
er?. The crowd was fco large the hall would
not accommodate it and an ovcrllow meet
ing was htld In the open air. A liryan and
.lchuler Club of S members was organ
ized. llf-liiilili.-iin Clnli in Mrrllllr.
itnPL iiue s.'Kt 1 vk
Steelvllle. 111.. Sent. !2. Tile .toniit.ller .
of this city to-night organized a club with
ClClltV members Jam.S GlIUvndA fu -irft!- t
dent. Albert Glister U secretary and Henry
i. wm ucasurcr. I
i i i i i i ii i 1 1 i ii i
isAMfl&i o. siA8rn otmr nra m
Mi m DfiiiCh mmL yys H
Svcccioors to II 'A l.V
f n ? T 3 R V If
rs u m
.'A hs . H
1 ' J"T siZZlJJ
The Prices of the G-hole Quick Meal, set up complete, are
$28, SSI, $34 and S37.
They tvill bake better and quicker, and last longer and consume
less fuel, than any other range.
I also sell all the best Heating Stoves for hard and soft coal, such
as Wilson Heaters, Moore's Air-Tight Heaters, Radiant Home Base
Burners, and a large variety of cheaper stoves if you want them.
Remember, I have five floors full of nice new Furniture and
Carpets, Lare Curtains and Portieres, and everything you need on
terms to suit you.
Small bills of 55 or more sold on
time as cheerfully as larger bills.
FLATS AKD HOIKES FURNISHED
COMPLETE IN ONE DAY.
Don't fail to see my beautiful'
Dinner Sets and Lace Curtains and
Iron Folding Beds.
TESTIMONY HOT IN YET.
State Introduced Rebuttal Evi
dence in Howard Trial.
Trankfort, Kv.. PePt 2i The eidenc in
the case of Jamos lioad was not con-cl-nl.
.j tu-dij. hi w-os evpteted. The pros
i'uuo.1 oor..-uir.i.a the entlte day In its re
li'if.al tistlmony. with the cxih plinn of one
witness, who was put on tho btand this
nfteriiouu for th- de:ti.se. This was Hob
ert Craft of Clay Count), who identified a
picture of llowaid. which he said nan
taken In October of ia-t jear, and which
ph"wed that Howard wore no motistacho
or l-fird of any s. rt at that time.
linn a o,l ti.-tluiony for the defend.
In kn of trM t-.-tinw-m of !.tIt'e- und
other v-.itnii- .-s, who t -tui.il that the man
v.ho jumped vor the 11 u fence of the
Capitol t;rouiid at the time of tli- shooting
of tlmernor U.wbtl wore a mustache.
Tile prosecution made. ep inroads on
the defer., i In tho tc-timouy this morning
by Introiuelnc a numUr of other wltnms.-s
who swor. that How-ird wa not In the
Hoard of Tru.u- Hot I at tiie time of the
s.'i.'otlnjr, n3 . t -(ilKd. and as others who
t.-Mil!. ,( h. hi iK-hu. ha.i 'ii id Anions
tho-e who teMitltd .! to who were In tho
hotel taitc i the time and who also sworo
that Howard wai not thero were S. T.
I'rnco and It. C. Qroom. proprietor and day
dirk, respectively, and ltobert and Willlatn
1iJP''. ... . , . ..
Statohou'o Krounas and allowed to view '
tho sc oe or the trapedy and other points
of Int-n t In connection with the case. I
The def.m will inrroduce sorw wit- I
m - 9 In rbuttal Monday. The teotimony
Intr tluCL'l will 00 mainly with a -view lo
breaking down the teitlmonj of Uowman.
Gainc-j and others, who Identified Howard
a- belnir on the SStatehoUbe grounds on tho
mornlrt; of Januury 3u, and also to further
Impeach and contradict Stubbletleld and
other Commonwealth witnesses.
At the afternoon sflon of the court
Hubert Triplet testified that he was In the
Hoard of Trade Hotel at tin time of the
shooting. He rtcallid several parties In
the hotel oilire at tne time, and was posl
tle Jim Howard was not there.
It J. fc'idwell was Introdtictd by the pros
ecution for the puriKise of Impeachlnu; Wlt
nes 1'oor of the defen-e. He testllled that
Poor told him that while he was at tho
Tloard of Trade Hotel on Janunry S). short
ly nfttr the Assassination, a man whom he
afterwards learned was Jlrn Howard, cam.)
in anil wanted to cet in tne cellar of the
hotel. Poor, in his testimony denied hiv- ,
!ni- cun MX., ,,.,1 .,, Hn,-
...n .-. ... ..w..u ,11. .ft V." J .
l. Pence, proprietor of the Hoard of
Trade Hotel, testilled he was in the offlc
of hit hotel at the time Goibcl was shot
end that Jim Howard, II C Itnblnson and
r V. I'oor were not in tho olhce nt that
Unique Ceremony at Salvation
A hallelujah weddlnc. In which Charles
J. 1'nce and Maud 31. Montgomery, soldici-3
In the Salvation Army, were the contract
us: parties, was cel!a;ed last nlsht at S:3i
o'clock ut the birra ks No HI3 Franklin
avenue. The coreniot.y was i?rformtd by j
jiujuuiiu iiree who ucrive.i u HtK ago
Thursday from Hartford. Conn., to havo
entire control of the army In thl) city.
Tho only distltiguiitiK mark of the
brido's costume wus a broad cro-s sash of
white organdio which hunx gracefully from
the left shoulder to the floor.
Tho weddinn prcs-ent was collected from
amonp; the spectators. Then both bride and
brldcKroom gave "cxrerienccs." Hut he
Ki3sed her according to custom. This was
follow ed by remarks from Adjutant Trudg
ton and Captain Lena Linberp.
address bv lira. iSree.
uno ot tne teatures 01 tne evening was an
Tho celebrntlon will bo continued to-mor
row with meetings at 3, 5 and 8 p. m., when
Mrs. lirco will again speak.
Ttran nmt .Steven-ion Clnb.
Columbia, Jlo., i?ept. 22. Tile Democrats
of 31urrav, Boone County, organized a liry
an and Stevenson club to-night with a larco
enrollment. These officers were chosen:
President. D. K. Crockett: vice president.
William Berry: secretary. Wesley Sebas
tian; treasurer, Martin Btlrd, t,erKeant-at-
trma TUnm., nrulmn Thn .i..i. ...j. ,i.
dressed by Georire H. Baruett and Curtis I
T U B-iynSlo
A'oh- Located at OurScvr Store,
Our New Fall Ooods Just Kecelved.
TWICE AS URGE AS BEFORE.
Hanan'.s Shoes for
lioth uicn ntid women
Princeton" Shoes 2 f5
guarantee tl-.em to be the IJcst Styles, Best
Hut Wearing 51ioe on Carth.
Ji 1. M WS
Qu Q& Mi
IlLMUTII IfOC CO..
f "5" f?5 E?" s33 S3 IK
m m f
i &t. rn
Sells the Geiuiitu? Quick Meal Steel
Range, which has no equal anywhere,
on payments of
the balance weekly or
I will also sell these Ranges on credit
to people outside of St. Louis.
t.a.- m .iJi. HWd1
Ill-f nml I'nll if thtr IIIrr
Kcr tl.e tn'nii-f tir h itra ri.-iric at 7 a. m.:
fct. LouN. Satbr.i..v. SVrt. Z2 I'.i
Danker. Gaurc Chanar.
l'arhe'aburB . .....
Jhnom IHe ,
1 Mohw Hap!J
Z- r.. fipBvcEit.
fsr"r In Ci-S'.
Tho MlaaiMf.pl at S't. I'ula l rl.-n.
Hirer nml llnJnris.
I lfirbnr num rsltfr.l 6? fft hcr yter-
iu'i-Iikwh a-tlve llBc.lptj m'jleratly h'a-y.
Outixmnd off rincs l.rllt
Weatli.-r.'l"ul an.! 'howfry.
pi.inev . .
rity rf M-mph's
V. II. GrareiriG
Orejr Kagl -
It C Guntxr
rrttv of Paducali..
Cltv of Shefliia Hambur;
Columbia - Chester
The bodf of Joseph Schulti. third clfrk of
the burned War Ual-. nlll be takm to Salem.
III.. t!. fjmllr ho-ne t-dav for burial The
Easle PacKct Company forwarded a 5-fi.ot anchor
dtce.e-M employe aste!l. .Captain illunt-r Her,
ol rt'itvere as a token ot ti. teem in which me
jenitiiis will areoon ny uhhiiiui '""" "
ilm wrlth th i!r
fat. lula Government cf:iciaN arc urplr all
pilots anl 5rearnt'ua.iaren thruuth the ownet anJ
lillut.' fuoitUci to use rrwiter care to paf'inS
th buoj r.at'd bttwecn P L-u:s nml New
Orleans as Kutiea to th hanncl. A number of
thtfe Ki:idc Lae teen run down fcnd ruinl.
Ti cost SU will, thnut the labor of ptactng
thtm. an3 their Jest rue tkw la rrgarMti U3 care-
Itlot C r. Nellie ot Cairo returned to hi
homo there last mcht IK nai one ot the pi
'ota vho bpjucht th Fenl Herold here.
-0puln Harry V. itiot.ikl visited the rlier
front 1 ttJjy to bee th iamiCfs wroji?ht by
tl.tf rt-cmt fir.-. He stated ihtt the War fcJgle's
2 l:day 1:1 oir.'.n was pubjt-ct for 3kU One of
th niol k.cffsrul boat that ever entered tu
Jjoulfl. he said, n-is laurtihed en Trldar and ar
rived here on Friday Ti naa the Lucv Eler
tram, which ran bt-taeeii St L uU onJ Keokuk
In the Mxtlett and mad or half a million dol
lar lfre fhe ! csme to old for uee
TTie Chester lAn lea' th CH of Padueah
to run Kn pia'-e of tt Cierukt uutil that bfiat
Is nadi I r ue. it U oinutM tlut th :m
irMfnurt uoik and rrpairi nnw b-inp made on
th Cherokee will be cn i e'ej within 111 day.
She will lh.en re-enter the Chtrstcr trndd. In the
rreantlm tho Iiiucan will make trlya oa tfc
Coniunnr9 u?U4l schedule.
Th 1'adurtih cleared for Chester last even
hie', largely patronized.
Steamer Grey Eagle cleared for Commerce
and Cape Glrsrdentt with bij; patrcnace yester
day. 8he will axrUe In time to depart again
iitmdiy mentnK, rec-eUlns dally.
The CUy of Sheffield cleared for Hamburg
and CUlhnun CVantv In charse of the Carrier's
rrew yesterdav. the nlll ply that run rejcularly
under the Calhoun Packet Compn-a manaE
ment for he preienu h cleared with hevy
The Columbia was out for Chyter and way
points with a hl manifest titerday In addition
The Bald KagU cleared for the Illinois njrer
w-Il patronized. The Mioses Abrunw. daUKhters
of Captain James Abramp, dereaed, were pvis
Fcccers and w;il make the round trip.
Steamer W- H Grailne went to the Mla
nourl lltr on time. U'lng a Kco-i buMncss.
I'apUIn William Ihe. mter of the CHy
f.f Memr-hls vent to Cape Girardeau on the
Jrey Kaie yesterday. He nras accompanied by
Mrs. 1" be.
Th Hill City Is reccirins to clear Tuesday
-. Siiz.iz arrired and iesartcd on Uma.
i rf -Z.'-r-MU II'U . If 'iJ'T.'
"Thfi ffnra nf fho Town
Look where you like, but come
here before you buy. This mes
sage is for boys as well as men.
will your money go as far and
nowhere else will it buy equal
ly fashionable and well-made
-.-.. a ti v vtu t ii ( n a 1; 1
2jra Xis? S3 Sh2k28ikS E
OurUlsplay in East Nave, Exposition,
How vie furn.sli 3 Rooms, Parlor,
and Kitchen, in elegant style for
. Ueiryng & Grimm H. F. Co.,
1 SIXTEENTH AND CASS AVENUE.
REG EN ERATO K
Ackiwwledffci. to tft
for On Kt or M.KACHED UAI R
Iftnlb rr ami lu Lnroo. It J
cli-aa. .IorW and rataril. eUT
applleil. abi-oloti-lT hirmlf, oJ
nrclrce. any Sat!t trrno Black to
thf l!ibl"t.4li BloBde. Batting
do, cot aff-t It: irfiiclts curlliir.
airtl one a'-pltcatloa lasts snonlO'.
5.iipl tii-your hair color! ana
returned Irce. rrlracj-aasured.
Pole icaaaiaetnrt-ra as il patsatMj.
'.1PRUL C.SE.HICAL MFU. CO.. 2: V.2USUtw York.
... aau & lu. . r. uroajKJT;
h ''lug ''o W i"blnplrn v nrd Cth
1 nie.I l.y JL Ptc-D. tli S. Broaduar.
. anJ 1
clearing for ICcofcak. wltn rcanjr rassengfrr3 and
moil renerai Fhow inc".
Th Km Ie dtpnrt to Mmih9 TaesJar
Tne tty cf MrrphU aalvM from the Tn-
2ac In that Umle. SU was T.ell patronls3.
Te R C Juntcr pot away for Napier Tvlth
a. rifc-1 Lreu nml a mia.btr of iiaU&nKr-.
Insittr lUrrla. U. i N.. of the Klfteentt
7rt.ttK-ui" mtrtct. reycrt thj lullu r.ff
rhn In 1'nitnJ states Uirht b-tr-een lv
tVamwitl ImaM vtn hsh(.. avKe HeaI Pevll
Inland. ii.tnionl board euMlftlml. Ilim'mn
T-whiad mo-l ilo"-n yaM abo MuciMn
Mrir.Hf. novfl kwri 12 anl; opposite GUI'S
1'olnt, dtr.irt n'l Nanl pftarHhJ; prolto
h.,r Vrik.n?..n 11ilnuvl N arl rTab1ibe4. OP
j -Ml pAnitx-nlx I-riniing rl barrel, horizontal
uiuy ct-jblislied; loot Wilkinson Island, moved
up SW anl-.
Cal-o 1U.. Popt. t2. The rir- n" .1 of a
f.Hft durlnr t(i laM S ho'r. Tie f mse read
$- feL Tho weather Is ml'd. clcuiy and threat
trJiw riln iorh.c table rain fell 'U't r.lpht and
Hi aftrrnon. Tht Muruartt. from the lwer
Mttstlppl. orrtAl at 9 'clck last nlsht with X
Vajgw ezch of llunber and loffs. she departed
south at & i m. Tfce T IL I)als. from tha
Lowr MlisfclIppl. arrived at 8 a. m. with 2
bariCf cf lumber. The Wabash from Padueah
us?fd dotvn for the Loner Mississippi at 1:30 p.
n. The rrtte. from the lower bend, arrived at
4.S& d m. uith 1 bare en -h of lutub-jr and Kks.
ero wtH return y.'Uth durtne tb nisht. Ihe
IUh It ! dut torarow irom Memphis.
('I.UH1 T.wer. ill , rf.pt General Kins
tionn t & a. in, Lnitl states cnKboat up at 1
v m. The General KU-ff arrived up at 6 p. m.
v.Uh 1 bfciite of MtuDe ai.d w ill clean boilers here.
the ret- rta that the drtdseboat at iUlabridjre
has bn rcoied out and u belw the channel.
The channel It filled with barrr! and has been
found 9 ftet fcr a ?inslt boat ard 7 feet for a
tow. and iw feet wide. City of Clifton down at
7.JJ p. m. Gaur rcud 7.3. a r.te of .2 in th
la&t 24 hours. Weather cloudy and vartn. with
Memphis. Tcnn., Sept. Z2. IUver marks T.1
feet on the Kaure. a fall of A of a foot in twen
ty four huur Ueather clonJ and Vruxm. with
TAitis Tr. lAtctlle oland cleared at & th.s
tvtjnlnr for Mckjburg wiih pood trip. The 0cr
pta Lee d putted at & this evenlnjr for Caro
with fair trip. The Peters L 1a due to-ntght
from r-t. Loul to leae to-morroi at noon on
return tilp. The local packets will arrl to
nlRht wltn biff cotton trips and leave on Mon
day on return,
Chester. 111.. Sfpt. 22. niver r!!ns: cause 4.Z
feet. Wentr-cr cool and ralnlnp. Itoits up; Uar
jfter at S last nie;ht. ftoats down: W'illam R.
Kins: arriif-i with two bmjt's of rock at 7 last
ncht and departed s uh at 6 a m.; City of
Ciiitcn. 7:50 a. ni. Tender In and out en time.
X'aducah. Ky.. Sept. 22. Uiver iraus:e read 1.8
ftt, and rlirc J D. IlIrharuon to Cairo at
C.li a. m. II. W lIuttortT to Kvanstlle at 5
r in- Tennevee left at 7 p m. for tfc Tenne
ee Klver Wiatli-r cloudy and ralnintr.
nurMnjrton la.. Sept. 22. The rUer ha rln
cne incn pint e the lit report and Is now
3 U-t 7 Incwe aboe tow-watr mark cf 1S6L
Th W J. Youn In and tut from Danport.
The KItde In and out from KeoxitiC.
Warsaw, III.. Sept. 22. Cause r-ad 4 2 feet.
licit Kit Carvm and Gyjey pa need up; Sil
ver Creeent In and out on regular time. Cloudy
and ra nine
Car- Girardeau, ?Ja, Spt. 22. Weather, rain
ing sinte noin. Uiver rtlrig; cauce ctands fi.3
feet. The Grey Eacle due down and Itees Le
Iulsvllle. Ky.. Sept. 22. PJver falling; 2 feet
1 inch In canal, 2 feet 11 inches below the locks.
nurture. Pa-. Sept. 22. P.'.ver H feet and
stdtlonar. Weather clear and warm.
nvansvllle. InJ . Sept. S3. IUver 2 feet and
falling; Weather ctouJy and warm.
ClnctnnatU O.. Sept. 22. IUver J.3 feet and
rising. Weather clear; mercury 70.
Wbelinr. JtUer 4 inches, and falling. Clear
Kuln the sight. Ilaivo proper lenses ad
Juated by Dr. Uontl. expert optician at
Mcrmod & Jaccard's. Broadway and to
cusL ITCVMINATION TIlCU. Steel frames.
H und up; golJ, $Z and up.
Ttto Jfejirocn Jluu linivn br n Train.
Clarksburs, Mo., Sept. 22. E. Johnson
and Jake HarrUon were rtm over by a train
cast of town one and on-half miles last
nlKlit tthile returning from the fair at
Board of Education, JIM Papln. achool: Jl,.
Ueruvu.-Eancllcal Trinity Cburca. 31U Is'e
ctto. vorso&aet; J1.W.
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MWM M W
Will buy any standard moke range
A -4-HoIe Range with
top closet, complete,
TO SEE IT.
HAGI.K PACKET COJIPA.fY.
Btr Crer EagK r r Cat G rari&u. Coisara
and Ml nay ldnvl.zuts 1' clan and Friday. 8 p.
m. fcr Illinois IUver. fcir '.aJ 1 Uasle ror ria
and ln!rrnn-diatt point. Wednesday and 6aiur
days, 4 p. m.
IIL'NTKK BHN JUXKIKi?. Geo. A.
Thcn lialn Si
Chcter. St. Mary, anl all way nuiS'
V 3TIt- COLUMBIA
Saturday nt 3 r a.. from Diamond Jo waarl
bcat. niki s 'jca-i'm rat of 51 round trip.
meals a d terth Includ-ti.
I--.U:nN Z MACDONALD. Af tnt.
rhOT M M7A.
FOR NEW ORLEANS,
Hernials. Helena. Greeavtlle. Vlcksbcrs. Kat
cez. rayon Sars, F-aton Itougo and all wmjf
Jandlrgs touih or Memhin.
T. n. Slrr. Mnst-r. Oeo. Firr.. clerk, leaT Lim
lively Tr-rsday. i-femter 2Tih at ft d- m.. firotq
whlr'boat f ..t of t 11 e flreet. Ticket of to la
ter ot'onal Wat. io s ar.d Tranit CcmpasX
will be 'onr.-d en tb!3 steadier.
I'htco ilala 1.5. JOttS BiniX
LEE imi EXOURSlot"
Kemphli snd fioium Only SI2,
IVCIiLIIIXG MEIU AXO BBRTIC
Pteamtr Itnns Icn leaves Tuesday at t p. ra.t
rteamer I'TEIa 1.KU leaves tYUay it t A
Memphis and all war landings, taktaa
tor jieiena ana tnars rani i-tiom
Main 4A and Klnloch A 111 wjiarfSoal. foot ei
Ptrarcer CITY Or rADUCAII. In plao e
O.eroi.ee. to C"eet raj way Luidirfa, laavstt
Tuediys. Thuradajs and Patu.-i"ays at 3 p. m.,
frcm ttij-! fa ket Corapaay nharfcoaa, mJc
lrc arurs)on rato ot n round trip, nuala aod
Lena Included .
iiL-rrxnn ben jErnaxa. A-nt, "
"ST. LODIS AND. TENKESSEE RIVER PACKET GO.
FTEAMER OTT OF SiniPHIS
f wni leave wharthoat, foot of Plna at.
Monday. SeDtemlxr it. I d. d.. for
Chester, Orand Tower. Cape Olrardean. Cairo,
radacah and all points m Tennessee. Hirer to
Florence. Ala. Pboa's Main 4A and A Hi
Dl09 JO UKc STEWESS
For Itairb'irir. IIL. CarkTllle. limlsiana. naa
nltal, Q4"ncy. Keokuc. Nauvoo, Fort Madison
Leaves Taesday. EeptetaSer S3, i p. m.
TcL Main S447A. ISAAC P. L.U3K. Gen. Art.
CLOSE CONTEST FOR QUEEN.
Miss Rubv Lawson Is In the Lead
EfRnrham, 111., t?pt. 22. Interest la the
contest for a queen of the farmenV fair,
which Is to bo held In thi3 city October J
to C. Is Increasing. Mis3 Ruby Lawson,
iljUKhter ot Postmaster R. F. Lnwson. Is
In the lead with 1.613 votca; MIra Julia
Austin, sf-ond. with 1.C00. and JIlss Mamla
Jacobs, third, with MS. The contest -will
close next Saturday night.
Mr. Harry LelBbton
Has resumed hl former position ot ilennod
& Jaccard's. Broadway and Locust, where
he will he glad to see his friends and all,
Interested tn flno Diamonds. Watches. Sil
verwares. Jewelry, etc.
KILLED BY A STREET CAR.
Paeking-IIouFe Employe Run Oven
in East St. Louis.
Tatrlck Lannan, an employe of tho Kelson-Morris
Packing Company, whose home
was at No. 101 SU Clair street. East St.
Louis, wan run over by a car and Instantly
killed while attempting to cross the tracks
of tho East St. Louis Street Railway Com
pany at 9 o'clock last night. The man had
no relatives In East St. Louis and very
Httlo Is known of him. He was about 0
I2x-Mnor Martin fur ConKreM.
UtlCA. N. Y.. Sept. EL The Democrats
of the Twenty-fifth Congressional District
to-cay nominated ex-iiayor iiarun ot ib
city for Keprescntative.
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