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TIIE -RErFBLTr: SUNDAY. SErTEltfBEB 23. 1000.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF,
Discount ratrx were T to " per cent on cMl
rind timo loans. clearances, J1.SS2 7S. bal
nncr. SW1.4I0 Ne-w York exchange. Wc
ell-count bid. 4V cU-vounl asked. Louisville.
fSe discount bid. par n"kesj. Chi. as". 2"c
lise-cunt WI. 11V discount asked. Nen Or
leans lie discount li'J. par :i"Kii!, Cin
cinnati 23c dl-cnunt MJ. I ir T-kl
The loral market for wheat clo-i d rmi-h
higher at TiS-.c bid Sept : 77 W ""' ';s"
bid Doc: 3c nominal JUi, WaTWiC No -red.
Corn closed higher at 3c bi i Sept. .
W(r bid Oct.; XtiiiSF? bid IW ; r-'o bid
Jlay, 35i'V No. 2 white. Oats el.e--od .it
Zlfec bid Pept.: 21V Wd Oct . 22S2-t0
Dec; :ie bid Mav: SU''re N'" -
The- local market for stai.dard inM pork
olereel nuh-t at JI2.7G for new. Prime etr ira
lard closed loner at JS SG KT4 Had Side.
The. local tpot cotton market closed
ijoc.u, and Hi'nrnr.AN.
The Reverend John V.'. Robinson, father
cf Doctor A. t I!nlilnon. died in Chic ico.
Mrs. Catherine Shine was severely bitten
bv a vicious Hor. which attacked her
August IJtnbersr held a celebration In
honor of tbe tv.enty-tlfth anniversary or
the besinninp: of hk work as a "" Hp
Ker. To-morrow wll lo the .Tovvlsh New Tear,
which marks the beKlnnlnc f hc ,"""
clavs' atonement In the Hebrew Church
Georfie Haas and Outline Depke of West
Ik-Neville Ina.-Tle-l In ist. le-ml In -v.ido
their children and ETWdchildrcn. who ob
jected to the match.
J-'neM Furnlsp of Maplewood. who Tver t
to Gnlvcton to -earch for the bodies of I'M
parent and two sisters who perished in
the Flomi. hap returned
The rnited nauRhtcrs of the Confederacy
wilt receive dnnatlonK for Tcxa storm uf-
fercr? at the ITovldent afocmiu.
William Mcllrine. an aged coal operator.
It ha been found that corporation' bi
such may acquire mock In the World's
Rehearal fer the Ft I.out Malcal Fe
tlal In November have begun
Rose Wilson smoked c!i;arett In bed.
tbe covers oauelit fire, and she was fatally
The corner store of the new Lafayette
r.irk M. K. rhvirch. Fouth. was laid by
members of the JIasonle r.rder.
John Kenned v. a well-known retail dry
poods man. died suddenly.
At the Ft. Louis County Fair at Crev-e
Coeur. prizes weie awaroed the winners In
the dos show.
Because his fiancee. I.ydia Reselle. wail
too youmr to wed. William Hall and tho
young lady were refused a marriage li
cense. GnNHKAL. DOMESTIC.
The body of General John A. McClcrnar.d
Tva burl"d at Sprlntrneld jesterday. His
gravo Is near the site of Lircoln's tomb.
Chairman Kdmlsten of the Populist Na
tional Committee has challenged Hanna to
meet him In Joint debate.
Fritz Wlttlc. a student at Rutcrrs Col
lege, was fatally hurt in a cane rush.
Adlal Stevenson closed his Illinois ap
yointments jts:erda twfore an audience of
2,tJ persons in Taylorville. His tour of
the State has been an ovation. He ap
pealed to the reason of hK hearers and
made many converts to Democracy.
ItallHii boy kills the man who killed his
father in Italy. Vcnsiance Is meted out in
Adorers sent out to Democratic clubs by
W J. Hryan. Adlal Stevenson, J. K. Jonts
and W. It. Hearst.
New York State Democratic Committee
prepares to prosecute liepublican leaders
for attempted bnlnrrj.
W. J. Bryan reviews ard denourccs the
record of LnKlar.d"s mle In India.
Senator Clark of Montana !. Bratlfied over
his recent victory over his old-time tnemy.
I.ircus Daly, and predicts that his State
will easily ko Democratic in NovemoiT.
Mr. Urj.ip concluded ycterday his tour
of his own comrres5lon.il district.
Four masked men held up a Kurlington
ttaln near Lincoln. Neb., and robbed the
oxpre-s safe. About tho same timo a lone
robhr went through the Pullmans on a.
Northern Pacitlc train In Idaho and K-cured
money and valuables from passtrgers.
The argument did rot begin In the Howard
trial vetcrday. as was expected. The Stato
occupied the day In the introduction of re
The transport Grant has arrived at Fan
Francisco from China, and the Philippines
with fiOO discharged soldiers
Chairman Hi.nna and President McKlnley
confened at Canton on the political cain
pajgn. Chairman Jones Fays Bryan's Illinois
dates hav'e not been eai celled.
The meeting to orsanlze a new trans
continental iMSsengt-r association will be
held in Chicaso on Tuttday.
A JJohlenger has been appointed assistant
E'jperintendent of the Arkansas Southern.
A committee has be-n appointed by the
Eastern Trunk Lino to revive the present
The Missouri Pacific will place thousands
of tons of new steel rails on its road be
tween Kansas City and Pueblo.
Tho Colorado and Southern's report shows
transactions for the past eighteen months
The Wabash will extend courte.-le.s to the
Traveling Passenger Agents' Association
after th- meeting in October.
The lines running out of St. Louis have
agreed to make cheap rates for two special
excurisons to Nebraska, Kansas. Oklahoma
and Indian Territory.
The Washington and Columbia River
The Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Taul
held Its annual meeting.
America's replies to the notes of the
Towers have ben made public by the State
The Cnlted States does not accede to
Germany's proposition for the Powers to
punish Chlneje leader" of attacks on le
gations. Russia is told that tbe United
States Legation will remain In Pekin pro
tected by marine guards. MlniEter Conger
is empowered to negotiate for peace.
The American t-quadron in Asiatic waters
will bo re-enforced b si, war vessels.
St. Louis won a great game from Pitts
burg yesterday, 7 to 6, Jones and Chcsbro
Bob Fitzslmmons. in an article on ath
letic training, says that very strong men
do not make, good boxers unless trained in
that direction. The professional strong man
Is a failure as a fighter because he is muscle-bound.
Fltzhlmmons advices athletes
not to use heavy weights and not to exer
cise too much.
New York. Sept. 22. Arrived: Dcutsch
Jand. from Hamburg.
QueenMown. Sept. 22. Arrived: Etrurla,
New York, for Liverpool.
Ntw York. Sept. 22 Sailed: Minnehaha.
Jondon; Mesaba, London. l.aurentl in,
GIagow , Staatcndam. Rotterdam via Bou
logne. Glasgow. Fept. 22. Arlrved: State of Ne
braska. New York.
Vladivostok, Sept. 18, Sailed: Tyr. Port
Kutehinotsu. Sept. 14. Failed: Norman
Isles. Vancouver: Sept. 20, Buckingham,
Uv-erpool, Sept, 22. Sailed: Campania,
Bremen. Fept. 22. Sailed: Grosser Kur
furst. New York.
Havre. Sept. 22. Sailed: L'Aqultaine, New
Antwerp. Sept. 22. Sailed: Southwark.
Cherbourg, Sept. 22.-Sa!Ied: St. Louis
(from Southampton). New York.
Hong-Kong. Sept, 22. Arrived prcvlou-dy:
Gaelic. San Francisco, via Honolulu and
New York, Sept. 22. Sailed: Lucanla, Liv
erpool.; Astoria, Glasgow , Graf Waldenee,
Hamburg, via Plymouth and Cherbourg;
Kaiser Wilhelm II. Naples, etc.
New York. Sept- 22. Arrived: Bulgaria,
New York. Sept. 22. Arrived: Steamer
Call for our sample book of Fall Wall
Paper at regular reducid price". Roehrig
& Jacoby Wallpaper Co.. I301-1C02 Frank
Express Safe of the
Burlington's St. Louis
Portland Train Robbed Near
Lincoln, .'eb., By Four
Lincoln. Neb. Sept. 22 Four marked men
lit Id up the epres car on the St Louis
Portlard train of the Burlington early to
day at the village of Woodl.ivvn, a few
miles northwest of Lincoln
Tho men commanded the express mes
senger to open the local safe for them and
allow the in to go through It The through
safe, which the mesfenger could not open,
and wli'uh com lined a. Inrge sum of money,
was not molested.
Th- lobbers secured a very small 'urn
from the local nfo. After going through
the aU' tho men left tho e.presg car and
The trnln left Lincoln shortlv after mid
night, and it Is supposed the robbers
boarded it at this plice
Another Morj of Hie llold-Vp
There are minv stories nfliat here con
cerning the hold-up A voting mm, who
came In to-da from the scene. -i!d the en
gineer was struck over the head with a re
volver, and that the rockets of tre passen
gers were Titled.
The railroad authorities deny this story
and sv no money wn secured except from
the local -safe. They admit tho engineer
and flr man were covered with revolvers
and wre compelled to stop the train, but
snv neither was hurt
The four robliers crept over the tender to
rcacb the engmemen. The fireman was or
d red to detach the express car from the
remainder of the train, but this he was
unable to do.
The Burlington comptnv has offered a re
w.ud of W for the appr lirti"!on of the
robbers The police ar working on the
Iitlons with Eirl LI and Prince Chlng as
tho immediate representatives of the Chi
nese Emperor. DAVID J. HILL.
"Department of Slate. Washington, Sept.
Memorandum of Ilnssln.
Chinese correspondence, September 17-21.
Inqulrlei of the Russian Government and
n plies thereto
Memorandum h-indcd to Mr. Adee by tho
Russian Charge d'Aftalres, Mr. De Wollant,
September 17. W. 10 v3 a. m :
"1. Has the Federal Government the In
tention to transfer the residence of the le
gation from Pekin to Tim-Tsin? This step
has ben recognized as practical and ap
propriate to the end, even by the Power?
which lind It necessary to leave- troops at
"2. Are tha full powers of Prince Chins
nnd LI Hung Chang recogrized as sufficient
by the Federal Go-vernment7
"3 Is the Federal Government prepared to
charge its representatives to enter without
PREPARING FOR CONFLICT.
Washington. Sept. 22 President McKlnley
has given unmistakable information to the
world of his purpose to be prepared to
prote-ct by force American inter-"is in
Simultaneously with the publication of
the correspondence describing the independ
ent attitude adopted by the United elates
Secretary Ixng handed to the press tills
"In view of the possibility that later,
when circumstances, .so warrant, the land
force In China will be mat.rlally reducid
and the naval fone In Asiatic walir.s will
be from time to time lnireased, with refer-
ence to American interests In China and
also In the Philippines, tho following or
ders have, therefore. b"en iss-ued b-div:
Tho Dorothea at League Island and the
Annapolis at Norfolk have been orderid to
fit out for the Asiatic station, the Wil
mington has been ordered to the Asiatic
station via the Mediterranc m. and will be
replaced on the South Atlantic station bv
the Atlanta. The Albany at Piraeus has
been ordered to Marllu. The Kentucky
and Vlcksburg have been ordered to New
"Vork to lit out for the Asiatic station."
There Is no doubt that this augmentation
of tho Asiatic Squadron is due to friction
among the Powers, and the desire of the
administration to be prepared for eventu
alities. This Government has watched with some
apprehension the Increase which European
nation have made in their respective
squadrons, but the need of addlrg to the
American iKet aid not -m necessary
while the I'ovvers vere acting in harmonv.
Germanv's action In throwing obstacles in
the way of the restoration of peace and
of her dispatch of four battleships and
6)C" men to the liast has deeply im-prc"-ed
tho President and members of the
Prejinrcil for . AVar.
There is no Intention on the part of thla
Gov.rnment to become enbrolled In Inter
national trouble if It can I'- avoided, but
It Is dem-d advisable to le prepared for
developments, and it Is believed that th
nations of Europe which dislre territory In
China will bo the moie .anxious to live up
to their declarations in favor of the main
tenance oi tl.e Empires Integrity if a for
midable American Meet be clo-e at hand
to prevent Injury to American interests.
It Is not understood that the ships se
lected were receimmcndcil for assignment
to China by the Dewej jvliey board, but
Rear Admiral A. S. Cronninshield. chief of
the Bureau of Navigation, who is the se
nior member of the board. wai undoubted
ly tli evponent of the Ixard's views when
the ni.at.ur of re -enforcing Rear Admiral
Remey was under consideration.
By dlriction .if Secrel.iiv Long the board
mine tfian two months ago gave consid
eration to tho naval programme to be
adopted by the Lmb-d States should an in
ternational conflict be precipitated.
The smaller craft orueie-o to the Chini
station, such as. the Dorothea. Wilmington.
Annaiiolis and ieksl.urg. will be; ts;Ual
1 valuable tor use- m thu waters ot tiie
Philippines and China, but the Kentucky
and Aibanv arc sent not because it is de
sired to lmprrss the Filipinos or the- Chinese
who are rc.ulv and anxious to treat for
lieace. but for moral effect upon Europe.
There lias been some talk of the return of
tho battleship Oregon, but It can be safely
stated that fhe will remain In China until
the trouble there is at nn end or she Is re
placed bv some other vessel.
It Is proiMjsed that the vessels under or
ders to report to Admiral Kernel shall pro
ceed as rapidly as possible. The Albany
will start immediately from the Piraeus,
Greece, and tho Wilmington from Palmira,
South America. Tho Kentnckv has been
ordered to New York and the VIcksburg to
The Kentucky Is liattlehlp oquipred with
superimposed turrets. She will, therefore,
not require repairs, but will need docking
and supplies for her long cruise. The Vick.
burg will b fitted at Boston, the Iorothea
at League Island and the Annapolis at
Boston. These three last-named thip3 aro
not In commission.
Our I'orcc In the East.
.Within a month all the ships ordered to
ONE NIGHT IN FAR WEST.
Lone Robber Boarded
Northern Pacific Train
at Athol, Idaho, and Reaped
a Rich Harvest Trom
Spnk me. Wash . Fept. 22 -Sinsle-rwndrd.
a m.i.sked robltfr held up the westbound
pass, rtB. r tr ,jn n the Northern P.ietU" nt
1 ii lni 1. this morning and stieee. did In
getting avv.iv with about JO In easb. sev
eral vv.itc!ic- and a ipi ntlty of jcvvclrv.
The robin rj occurred nfter the tr.iln left
Atliul, Main', and the lone roblier b ft the
tr.iin at K.ithilrum The hold-up w .s .vi
lli ntl .aritullv planned and was ov tired
with a cool d liberation wiiicli snow.l the
lubber thiipiuhlv nnderstooil his liulnf..
1'ntll he I. ft the train few of tin- passviig-rs
r. illzed that only one in in was In the plit.
Conductor Dunning was the onlj p r.ir
en the train vUio ottered rIous reisfine.
and a f vv shots tiom the robb r's gun ef
fecti.allv sil-ne.d the trainmen . ti
robt-T sicppi-d oiT the trail) al K.Uhdriuii
the coiiductiir ame out of the tourist car
. .i- .i .-i- .. .... -..I.I.. . Tit., lftir
aeii nun i i .ii in n.n... , , i
returned tiie lire. . lipping a piece of le.ltlur
from the conductor's shoe
No on was hurt during the hold-up, but
everv occupant of the three cars whs tir
rorlzid. . . ..
After the tnin left Athol lie gtlnrd tho
n.ir .inl of the eeonil Pullman sleeper and
ai once began operations. From bunk to
bunk he worked, waking u the Mc-epi rs
and ilemimilng their v.iluablis, while eov
et'ng lticm with a formldHble-looking re
voUir. After cleaning up Inth I"ullmins. tbe
robber cntried fie tourl-t ear. Hire the
(H'cupants began to i ream with tenor and
attracted the attention of the conductor.
lu- Tt i Vi. f.iT-n it1 ti irt nt f Ytt rii.ii'll.
He c.fiie down the aisle and the robber
backed out the ear door and llpp.d off the
Platform as the train was pulling into
The Northern Pacific officers mv J2 '0 re
ward is offered lor the c tpture of the lone
Sheriff Itr.idburn and a large posse are In
pursuit Tin robber his b n triced to I
IK.Int thre,- miles s,,uth of Atbnl. wliere he
held up a ram h. r and stole hi hore
delay upon th preliminary nefotlatlons
with the plenipotentiaries of the Emperor
Our Legation Itrtnnlns.
Memorandum In replv to the Russian
Charges memorandum dated September 17.
"1. The Government of the Fnlte.1 States
Ins not any present intention to withdraw
its legatlcu from Pekin.
"2. The Government of the United States
nceepts the plenipotentiary authority of
Earl Li Hung Chans and Prince Chlng as
prime facie sufficient for the preliminary ne
gotiations Icxikini toward the rturn of tho
imperial Cbimse Government and to the re
sumption of its authority at Pi'.eln and
toward tf-e negotiation of a complete settle
niert bv the dul appointed plenipotentiaries
of the Powers and of Cliin.v
"S. The 1'nite.l states Muilsier In Pekin
will be nuthorlze.1 to enter Into negotiations
vlth Earl LI and Prince Ching as the
immediate representatives of tl.e Chinese
"Department of State. Washington, D C,
E.-pt. 21, 1W."
the East will 1" en route. The statement
In the Secretarv's announcement that tie
"naval force In Asiatic waters will be from
time to time increns,j" aot. r.ot mean
that. In addition to the ships under orders
other vessels are to go. but that the nvn-of-w.ir
assigned to duty In Asiatic waters
will s.-dl at dulr rent time".
Uron the arrival of the six vessels or
dered to Join Admiral Remey. and that of
the colliers conveying coil to his command,
the Aslitlc fleet of the United States will
comprise two battlchlps, one gunboat, two
auxiliary cruisers. live eollicia and three
In the event of war, however, the first
move that would be made would be to effect
a Junction between th Asiatic and Paclile
squadron-. The Pacific squ idron compris-, s
the battleship Iowa, the cruiser Philidtl
phla. tho auxiliarv e-rul-er Abnrond.t, and
the gunboats Ranger and Whei ling. Tno
battleship Wisronj-in will be placed li- com
mission next month. There- are live tor
pedo boats available.
Tl.e United States has, therefore. In the
Pacific an effective lighting force of four
battleships, one urmo-ed cruiser, two mon
itors, four protect."! cruisers, eightem gun
boats aiid live torpedo boat, besides auxil
iary cruisers and colliers.
Foreign naval attaches here consider this
a formidable fleet. It is superior to that
which France has in the Far East notwith
standing th augmentation of her naval
foice thi 'i Simultaniouslv with the
strengthening of her I.in.1 force. Germany
took ni'.isuri- lor largely re-enforclng her
squadron I'ndi r orders issued late in Juno
the battleships Worth. WeNsi nbuig, Kur
furst, Frlodrlch Wilhelm and Branden
burg, sister ships l.tuniti-d in 1-S1 and 1S32,
proceeded to China and have reached their
destination. Ke.arly in August orders were
issued dire-cting that the Kaiser Frlrdrlch
111. built In ISM. be- prepned for orders to
China. Germany had in China tho armored
cruiser Di utsehland and tho protected
cruisers Kai-rin Augusta, Irena. Prinzess
Wilhelm. Cormoran Falke nnd Hel.a, the
threo last named being really gunboats.
Great Britain and Russia n.cessarlly have
tho strongest fleets in tin- Far East, und
should n.-ce lty nrlse Great Britain ean
draw on her Mediterane.an force to aug
ment her Asiatic squadron. Japan's force
will not be as strong as that whlih tho
United States will have in the Pacific, but
It will possess the advantage of being close
to its base of operations In easa of trouble.
Naval oflicers belli ve that if a conflict
should come the United States will not bo
alone, but will find the fleets of other
nations rctidv to move along parallel lines
In preservation of the principle for the ob
servance ot which it Is contending.
HOPES WE ARE ISOLATED.
lJerlin JJn: a Premonition of Amer
SPECIAL BV CABLE.
Berlin. Si pt. 22. (Copyright. l?no, by the
New York Herald Company.) The
Schle-slche learns that before Count von
Buelow's note was dispatched an exchange
of ideas took place with the Ambassadors
in Berlin, with a view to sounding them
anei no objection to the principles set forth
was then made.
It learns from the best sources that the
French reply arrived last night. It gives
Its consent as regards tho main points,
only making certain reservations regarding
matters of detail. Austria and Italy had
England has not et answered, but her
agreement to the proposals made Is not
It Is hoped here that the United States
will be isolated if it dissent.
The Tascblatt In a St. Petersburg dis
patch s.ijs tint Russia has sent a reply
to Berlin, principally agreeing, but Indicat
ing that wearisome difficulties would be
caused by negotiations for extradition.
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE HAS RAISED
MANY THOUSANDS FOR RELIEF WORK,
Secretary George II. Morgan lias compiled the following list
lerted by the Merchants' Exc-hangc for the sufferers by various
orgarIz.itli.ii of the Exchange, showing a tut.il of Si.l,4iK:
lve. For surferer bv lire at Portland, -Me
For destitute in Georgia ami Alabama ........ .
1S67. For -l.stltiili- In Southern Slates
For suiicrers bj velluiv rcvir at Ni v tirlenns
1S71. Fur suiferers bv fire at Chiraeo
Ii7t. For families ot llieinen killnl -at fire. April 1
For suffinrs bj rclm -it ColliiiMvllIe, III
l&So. Fur sutfi ring poor in Inland
For sufteleis bv rvclone.it Marsbtielil. Mo
For sufii ti rs bv ct lone at Savov T. ...
lor sufti rers by overtlovv of Miss sppj ;:iver ..... ........
For siiM.-rers bj iv.Ione at llrow.u-svlllc. Mo ,
For surf, r. rs bv overflow In G rm..iiy
For sutf.-itrs bv overllow at bbanme-liinn III
I'eir sutierers by overllow in American Bottom
Fur tin- pour of St Louis. "Minnie
ir i Net nf sutierers bv drought In
For re 111 f of stiifturn bv e.irthqti ike
I or n In f of sutierers bv vi-iun at tiabio- Pass, lex
1S. For re Hi f of sutfi n rs by cyclone at .Mei.nl .rnon. Ill ....
For relief of sutf-rers bv vellou Uvr nt Jacksonville, l'la. ,
1TO. For n II. f of sun", rers bv- flood at Johnstown. Pa ,
2SW. For orphin nsvliiin at Hounton, Tt .. sale of bale of cotton
ISM For Oinledr rati orphans' Homo of Missouri (take sold)
JM'i For r. II. f of stiffen rs bv okiIIhv of Mlssii, River
1VJ1. For lellif of suifireis by cvc-Ioiie at Ibd Bud. Ill ..
It.-ll.f of stiff, n rs bv cviIoiih at risen. Ti
Belief of siifTirers bj ijiloiu- at lloi- Ark
Ri lii f of sulf.iets by storm cm Gulf I'oi.st
155 K.l-if of sufferers bv- drought til Nebraska
UK. Tornado. St. Louis, May 27 ,
IVm',. Tornad . Denisoii, Tex .... ...................
1S?7 Flood rili.f eivirilow Lower Mississippi
v. ellow f. ver In Missb.-lil
I'M nv.rllow at SliavMiri town. Ill ..
Cloudburst in Steelvllle, Mo
Pub of .olton sold for lenellt Filled Stat.x Hospital fund
G uno of bas. bill for benelit of Fie-di Air luiul
Yi Iew fevir In South .......
1K Tornnlo.it Klrk-vilie. Mo
Titas Hood relb r. Brazos River ,
!?. Ti xii relb f. tidal wave nt Gilveston and vicinity
STILL DIGGING OUT BODIES.
Sixty-Four .More ('oi'iM' Found in
liuins in (Salvi-Mon.
Galveston. Tev . Sent 22 SKty-four lo.l-
ies weie recovered from the Galveston
ruins to-day, fouitcen being taken from
one building nt Tvventv -second and Beach
streets The temporary hospital, which wan
established In the United States Custom
house d.rectly after tho storm, was to-day
closed. There have been only fourteen
deaths pince the storm, directly or Indlrect
Iv caus.d by injuries.
Trains are coming in with passengers
regularly. So much track has been washed
nway by the storm or Is still strewn with
wreckage that facilities for handling
freight trains nro limited. Threo freight
trains, one entirely of cotton, the other
two of general merchandise, havo arrived
Advertisements are printed to-day calling
for 2.C) men to clean the streets and WO
teams. The work is now ur.d-r control of
contracsors. l.abor Is sr.trce.
II. ginning Tuesday, the Relief Committee
will discontinue giving supplies, to families
of able-bodied men. This move Is expected
to affe't many n-groes, who are now draw
ing from the commlss-iry, and who are un
willing to work so long as they can pet
It will be a month before the whole city
Is e'ear, but each day shows marked ex
tension of business
Steamers are arriving for freight, and the
wharf front will be clear of wreckage In
three dajs. There Is pli nty of work ahead
for all longshoremen Next week will show
e-ommerce moving upain rot fully, but suffi
ciently to war-ant tiie hope that October
will sec tradic handled as usual.
STORM DAMAGE"! S HEAVY.
Heavy Kains Continue in Northern
rtEPrniJc srnci i
Dallas. Tec . Sept. 22 Heavy rains con
tinued to fall to-day. lrcreasing the dam
age to cotton and other property. Fully
oi.e-half the public bridges in Dallas Coun
tv have been swept away, entailing many
thousands of dollars of loss to tha tax
pavers Some losses have been sustained bv E11I".
Tarrant. Kaufman and other counties In
Dallas Cit the loss has aNo been tieavv.
A'derman Callahan, chairman of the
Streets and Bridges Committee of the City
Council, said last night
The streets nnd bridges or this city
never before sulTcrcd such seve-e loss as
thev have bv this storm. Mani br.dpes
In the suburban districts will have been
swept nvv.tv and those lett standing are so
weakened that the-y will have to be rebuilt
Long stretches ot streets, most of them
macadamized, have been dug up and washed
awa as If by plows and scrapers It will
cist the cltj munv thousands of dollars
to make repairs to the streets anl bridges,
and the work must 1 done at once, as the
State Fair will be opened one week from
MORE GIFTS7R0iMST. LOUIS.
.Money Colleote.l Now Amounts to
Subscriptions to the fund for the relief of
the Texas storm sufferers now amount Jo
J7.". TO .".7 Of this amount $37.332 f.l was col
lected b the Merchants' Exchange and tl
2.:i5( bv the- Interstate Merchants- Asso
ciation tlllts continue to be :?cnt in.
William c. Little vesteniay ic-ei lved a
cablegram from Mitchell Scoit. who I- now
lli He run, Germany. in..ruciiiiK un- uiii. i
to forward lll to ej.nvesieoi iui ouu no
the ii-llef work .
M a nt etlng of the Merchants' Ex. h luge
Rmcf Committee vestrrday it was. voted to
seed an .idtiitlun.il f.iv to G,.lvc-stoti. The
committee authorized the clinirin in anei
treasurer and the Executive Committee to
attend to all further matters eonnectesl
with the fund. The committee was advised
bv James Stewart Co of this city that ho
had contributed J."") directly to the Relief
I'ommittee at Galveston, also that George
D r.ntnar.l U Co had sent 51"0 direct.
A total of KII.SW.93 has been sent to Texas
bv the committee, leaving .a bal.atico on
band of 42.HS.-. II.
The- Unitv Dramatic Club will give a pro-gre-sive
euchre for the benefit of tho Gil
veston sutierers at No. 911 Vaiidev enter
avenue Tuesday evening. The entire receipts
will go feir relief. Donations eif clothing lor
the sam- purHse will be- received at :ne
s ime address.
Subscriptions received je.sterel.ay were as
xierchnrts Kxi-lnnpe- Taires Taussig. & 11
V.V l!ak.-r Produce imparl. $1) Aukui Oat
Hank N -te .an. I LltlisKraphlng Cumiuny. i.
e lrIes .Ni.gel. YJI Joint L Waj. Ii. Ito-inth.il
l'.i-r AT Mtlor.ry eomian. fi Cishr an i
Ia., $1, e harl.-s st-in Co.. Ho, Hrvan Vs
i'hristle. $J1, A D t.tlem.in. 41. 1. II H.nva-(1.
41 II MfK. 41. Itv e'ron.r v eels. A.n
thur Johnson. 2.. ce-nts, ltob M. onw-. 41. 11. John
son 41. e Iwrles Hinker 5i vnt. kit. ben uf .Na
lional HuIhI National M.s k irds. jj.11. eNv.le
lirummnM Srt cents. A Jl C, 'Jt cent-.. Natl. n,il
M k anis, BI , 411. Klrkwo..! lpworlh 1-jhuc.
Interstate M.-n h-snts' AssorlstionBrll'-h lire..
f. -. jl. te-.irh.rs H-idsrii School. lhnu-a !:
IuMi. . ii.. .nipuc Uob. rt-. Jolins n .V. Band
shie i'o J4i 1. 11 J Brum. eni.loe A K
shapleich Il.iriliire I'onii-anv. Jl" elencral
inimical (.'r.mpanj. J"-. A. e" Hausinan or
llermnnn-IOie nitre Oit Iathrr ('..inpunv JM,
nh thuth Heput-ll.. 41. .mr'ejes ly!t Aa
knkl Mircontil ComiMnv t " ". emplojes A
Haas &. son, JlS.Se) Tctal. 1217 M.
U. D. C. TO AID NEEDY TEXANS.
Members Will Keceiw Supplies
At tbe lat mcetinK of the Marcarct A.
Met'lure Cbapter of the I'liiteU Kaushterf
of tbe Confe ilcacy It was elecbleil to c-ill for
ilonationi of hnu-n'lmM KeiexN for the be ne-rlt
of the lleioti turferers of tlalvei-ton, the I".
I), e" unilerfiklni; to forvvanl them anl to
attenil to their rtistrilmti-in.
The prctnt call Is for article nf a nature
which can be furnlheel by the housekeep
ers of the city and the following articles aro
especially mentioneii: Mie-ets, towcln, cuiw
ami Kiuccrs. knlve. forks, classes. oeM
illshes. bovvN. licht cookins utcnMK plate.
tin or cranlte ware, or In fact any article
which is ne-eileil in i hourhold except fur-nltun-
All donations will be promptly for
w.irileei. The I'rovl.lent As"oci.itIoii of Jso. Ifs3
WashinKton avenue ha pl.ieed two rooms
at the dh-pos.il of the members of the chap
ter, who will be on hand to-murrow and for
one we-ek thereafter.
Mrs. George Morcan and Sirs. I. O.
Kobert will be at the Provident Association
rooms to receive donations to-morrow, and
of the amounts col
cakimttlcs since the
,!..I.!.."..J. i.a7i i"
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... ."."'..'.'. 2sniin
Palmer Christmas luxes'
at Ciiarlestoti. S. C. ..
on Tuesday Mrs. Trnnk G.aier.nle will have
The- Daughferi of the Confederacy wish
to brtve it umleri-ood tluit the work they
hove inaugurate-.! In lH-lmlf of the storm
"offerers Is not to le e.inilned to their or
ganization, hut th. v wll appreciate- the ef
forts of nn; one who wishes to participate
in tho charitable work.
RELATIVES NOT FOUND.
Krnest Furnis-, 0f .Maplewood Is
Home From (.alveston.
Krnest Turniss or Maplewooil lias re
turned home after a fruitless sCarc), at r;ai.
viston for trans of his father, mother
and lliree sisters, who wotv. Iti .i. e i.- ,t
, the- tln.e that the r.cc-nt eii-.istrous hurri-
, i-aoe vising it. ne e-ntertains no doubt
in.u ms relatives who comprised e-verv-niember
be-si.l. s him.se if of h's Immediate
tHinllj, have pirlshed. and that the bodies,
unidentified, were burned in one of the
many futural nvres or were wus).c,i nr
Into the Gulf ard lost
Young i urni.-s arrived at Maplewood late
IYIday night. Vc-terday his plans for the
future had not been perfected, save, that lie
would probably have this cltv. His uncle.
II. Culver, wao liys In Palestine Tex., n.
companlnl him north to assist In the work
of clearing up affairs In this city. Furnl-rs
thinks that he probablv will accompany
bis unelu back to Palestine.
CHINESE ELUDED ALLIES.
Three Tboii;iiid Kscaped From tiie
fopv rlfrht. 1--C0 The Aso-!ateJ Tress.)
T.iku. S.-pt 3-riur thousand Russian",
nrJ Oermans and 1,0-5 Trench troops, with
a detachment of Austrian marines, bean
the attack upon the IVi-Tanj; forts at day
light. The attack was ani.vcre-d briskly
from the forts, the bombardment contlnu
lnu until noon, but it was noticed that tho
forts did not replv after 10 o'clock.
The allies sent forward at noon to discov
er the reason or the cessation of the firing
from tha forts and found them deserted,
th re- belnsr only four dead Chinamen with
in the walls. The allies were much cha
grined, as they believed they bad the place
completely surrounded, maklnc escape lm
posilble; yet over SAi men got nway In
bro.ld daylight. The I'rui-gian artillery nro
had proved effective and the forts were
The Ilritish and Italian commanders had
declde-el to Join In the nttack, but their
troops had not arrived In time.
Tho entire line between Ticn-Tsln and
I'ikin now thovvs reinforcments were head
lnc for the forts.
Thre-e members of the allied forces were
killed and lly were wounded throuRh th"
explosion of mines laid along their line of
i:.m:mv loss om.v kivi:.
Washinton. Sept. 2. The Navy Deptrt
ine nt has rei eive-d the following cablegram
from Admiral liemey
Taku. Sept 21 Pecretarv cf Navy,
WahlnRton. Force of ICusstans. Germans
and Austrlans advanced on Pie-Tans: forts
lat nljrht lire opene-d by Chine-se and
kept vp .ill nlfiht at Intervals. I'orts evac
iiated at this morning, lurope-ans hoisted
their colors over forts at 11. Twentv-tivo
KussHns and Germans reported blown up
bv mine. Information from Commander
Wise, who followed troops Into forts, only
live Chinese killed.
(SlSiieel ) TtESIEY."
CRITICISE GENERAL CHAFFEE.
Foreijmers in 1'ekin Condemn His
Uefnsal to I'unish I5oxers.
SPECIAL I5V CA P.I.T:.
Tlcn-Tsln. via T.iku, Pept 19 (Ccpyrlprht.
IW, by the New York Herald Company.)
The Emperor and the court are .it T.ikutiK
I'u. to the rortli of Sti.in-SI. General Ch-iffee
cot'slder-e that bi" work w.e. e ruled at the re
lief of Pekin. and be refuse! to take the
imperial palace whence he Empress Dovv
afrcr .end her Ministers plotted destruction
to the fortisners and Christians while tlffty
llstcne-l to the bombardment of the lega
tions. There are reliable reports tbat n frroup of
large temples, fourteen miles west of Pekin,
Is full of Iloxers, who cscapeel from Pekin
after klltinir and burnlni; for two months
Manv notorious leaders are there'. They
are de'flint and have plenty of munitions,
and are raldlnc xlll.ices.
The- American General refused co-operation
with the British to punish these cut
throats, and General Chaffee's attitude Is
condemned by all who favor permanent
VIEWED ALLIED ARMY.
Americans March in Keview Be
fore Von Waldersee.
Fhanchil. Sept n -ricld Marshal Count
xon .ildorsec. romander-ln-chief of the al
lied forces, reviewed r.,tvj of the forclcii
troops to-eLi; .
The Itenir.il Iincers furnished a field
marshal's ecort The troops mareheel past
ill the following cnler Germann, Prench,
volunteers (comptieel of Americans, Brit
ish. Fr.-nch, J.lpanee anil Germans), Ben
gal I-uicera and other Indian troops.
Ti-iiih nluntcer llriivrriieil.
CT.riTa.ll hPKC I ils
Sin Ansclo, T.. Pept. 2i John Kelley,
a member of Companj H, Tlilrel Texas In
fanlrv, vvhieh srrveei In the Spaub-h-Ameri-c.m
War. was drowned at .Menardville to
el.iy In the S ins.iba Itiver.
Guard Your Health
Look Out for the Weak Points.
That feellnK of debility, depression nnd
want of cnersy: that sle-eplcssness; that
poor appetite; that pain after catinjr, should
be promptly attended to. Hood's Sarsapa
rllla will clvo lelief ami will prevent tho
nervous, prostration, chronic dyspepsia and
other serious diseases that woulel follow a.
persistent neglect of these sjmptoms. It
Is the s-ifcitu.ird of health as well as the
surest remedy for disease.
Is America's Greatest Mcdldne.
HOOD'S TILLS cere all llrer Ills, r; cents.
To points in Nebraska and Kansas the very low round
trip rate of $12.00 from St. Louis will be mads for tho
excursions of October 2d and 16th. Round trip limits,
twenty-one days. Ticlccts good for stop-overs in "Ilome
seekers' tcrritorj-," within the transit limit of fifteen days
SoiiiR to destination.
$12,00 from $. Louis io points fn Nebraska and Kansas.
$(4,60 from St. Louis fo Oklahoma and Indian Territory.
Tickets at above rates arc not good in sleeping cars.
Xo tli Vets oM to ponti Insl ' of a tHrty-flv e mile hrrit of tho 31l50url River.
Tor il. tads or thife Uomscekers excursions airly to the City 1'asf lgrr Agent. BJrllngtoa
rirute. . tv. -or. nreadviay and Oitve wrert. ht L.-UK. .Mo.
iai UIII 3 ifU'lll IQA.H. toll P.M. Ill I
ot cmcDi-c. 4 TlssoVs pict"rcs of CHRIST'S LIFE.
I bfiLLttlltb Sylvester's Mississippi River Paintings.
In COLISEUM (TWO A3RSHIP3 FLY. "
lVll )7&?rMttM ATHLETIC CARHIVAL-nd4p
IZZIZZ (SEYISOOR'S FAiOOS FIFTY.
.'.".tyifi, . ELECTRIC FOUriTfllli with LIVIHO STATUES,
kusichali. BOPKiNS' High-Glass Vaudeville.
--eT- Adeic Par-ls Onri in her Mar-cIous Electric Qtobe Ounce.
9 15 to pj.i:. p. m. Morris Dog. Pony and Cat Circus, Warren & Blanckard.Etc.
's InRAFMFNT r'1 r. .aoifip, B(p &j Dlvrn, Immeate Mineral Exhlbtt,
ill unOL.flll.il I nojrJ poaleSt i.une,te. Maid ot tbe Moon. Etc.
Admission. 25c; Children under 12,
MOW IS THE
Come Early and Take Advantaga of
Dinner Sets of wi) useful pieces,
decorated in colors, gold lines on
all pieces, regular price PC PC
JS."0 per set; this
; veek..ij)ui Uu
Dinner Sets of 112 pieces, decorated
m colors, full gold trimmings.
rejrular SlU.oO set
this week at.
Beautiful Dinner Set of 100 pieces,
American China, decorated in
rich colors, sold regular- CQ RP
Iy for $13.50; this veek..O JiH-J
100-lb Flour Cans, sold everywhere
for S9c regular; our price fft
lor llonday only, each.-W?C
The Enterprise China and Glass Co.
(Send Your Mail Orders)
MARKED BY ANARCHISTS.
Life of King Alfonso of Spain
srnciAi. I5V CABi.Il
Tan-, svpt SI vCopj right, lio. by W.
It. Hearst. V l'e.unjr Kinir Allonso ofripaln.
now 14 vears old. is slated by the Anarch
ists .i tl.elr next victim, and warnlnss
to thi1? e-aeet have bee-n rexeived by the
rn-iH.i ViArn j ti ill nu in' I'Wuf TneriiitAp
j '.- lie IV , elei V14 4t W Vjllll At f1 V-t-W
Melville in Ivindon. with the result that ai
. .i .,....i .. .. .
luKemer wv tiii-iuii i.ieeduiiijii-4 iiaver uce.ii
taken tor thee protection of the royal lad.
precautions that are most Irksome to him
and vvhl'h be strongly re-sent.
That this 1'- car-old monarch, tvhoe des-
IMJli.ll .1I1U I..IUJ111J ti.ie.- 11UL lllllll JT..V
extende.! levcnd the Itlnlt" of hli nursery
and of his vchoolrocm. should have been se-le-cted
a the next victim of the regicldal
activity of thei Anarchists is In no sense
CONZni.MAX At ralknstln lro Tnunii". Ger
rtiar.v. on trtdHj. eritembr si. V". William K.
Conieimin. be-lovesl tirotfcer of Mm, C. V. Rii.,y
al.d TheopMlUd Ccnzelman. In Ms forty-fifth jcar.
PA11.VL.N" On Patur.laj-. Peptember H. lv, at
in m . William Richard Ouhtrtan. beiovei yen
ft . II. nnd JulU A Dhm.m irie v'enith),
at tiie pkc or le ers 3 months an't 4 ela.
funeral fie ni f jmilj resi.ieoce. No. CiZl North
Grand avenue. Moi-i.y. Se7.t1.mN-r TJ. at Z V rn.
IlITCIiroe" On KiWji Sptrrrbr :i. ts.
0 ,v p. n , John C. llltclieocic. beloved husband
of I5:tl it lll.ehcctlc li eo Izatt). at the aje of
ZZ ea- and 9 menth
Funernl vx tit tk place from family re!dnc-.
No rsil flattery tpt. Me-iday. freptemW 24. nt
tUW r ra., to the Church tf the Heorcarlzed
Ijitter-D.vy Salcts Itcks. n ttreert end Uso-v
HAANETr-On Patufday. Ferfne S. 1V0. t
1 o'clock a. m., Kdllh lore Ila,inI. blovd child
nf e'harlc-e. r. nnd Kthr llaanul (nen Mnith).
apcl 2 5 ears 6 months.
The fun-rvl will fiVe place Jlonday. Feptrnber
24. at I o'clock p. n., from family r-st lence. No.
4722 elreer avenue, to llethanta Oraetery. I'TIcda
of the family are lnvlt-d t- attend.
Jt'NOKGN'N-On PaturCay. Pfptmber . .
nt r. a ni . efter a tee, ere lllnf. Frink Jacob
Junskem. dear. b-IovM m of Jacob and Cor
nelia Junpkenn enee Wander), and dear brother
ef Maria Junskena at the as of 11 menths
an-1 & days.
I'un.ral will take place from f imlly rctd-nce.
No. 2o South Ssventh street. Monday, beptem
lr 21. 1W". nt 2 r ra, to S? I'etcr and Paul's
eTiurth. an.l thence lo the same named cemetery.
KFNNKDV S-iddenlr. e,i Faturdar. September
22. lieio al s o'cI-m-v. a m , John, beloved huband
of HIM Walsh Kennedj
Tte funeral will lake place Monday. 2tth Inst .
at 2 o'clock p. in., from family residence. No 1125
llavard avenue, 10 n George's ciiurch. Pendleton
avenue and Olive etrett. Please omit flowers.
MOeKREK On Thursday momlnjr. September
50. !!. at 8 o'clock. Koriert II. Mockbce of llo
rlne Statlen, ilo.. aged 67 jearji.
I'uneral took place l-Vlday afternoon, Septem
ber 21, from tho family residence to y.lon M.
11. Church and Onnetery at Ilorinr. Ho.
MnilRK'f-Jennie Trarl Jlerret. at her father"
rrMdence. en Tl.jrsday. Septeml-er 20. ljoj, aped
Funeral at 2 p. rn. Sunday. September 22.
firm her lite resident e. southeast corner Vaa
dev enter and Pace avenues.
Itl'ECKINO On Saturday. September 22. 13V.
at S r m . after a Itnirerlns illnes. j.ja Itueck
Irir. ta loved daughter ot 1-uisa Kue-ekit'S. nee
Yu Rrn-vten. and e,ur dear tlster. aced Z7 years
2 months nnd 22 elavs.
Funeral en Tuesday. Septerclwr 23. at 2 p. m.,
fr.m the residence. 2512 i-Juuth fc'econd street.
Frle-n la lire Invited t attend.
TJOHI.N'sON In ndcap.. 111 . September 22.
1"". the Reverend John . l!oblnon. father of
Doctor A. C. RoLln-on.
Due notice of funeral !11 be given.
ST1TK On Saturday, fe-ptember 22. lino at
(um p. m. Mary W. Stltfi. relict of the 'late
Jlorriwin Mith, at the residence of her dauchter.
ilrs. c T. Hanson. 14-11 Ad-lalde avenue.
Due notice of funeral -will be clven.
VAN" SICK-On Saturday eve-ins, September
22. 1W Klla Van Sice, wife of C. Is Van Sice.
Pue notles of funeral -will bw given.
I'or other IJenlli Notices tee Paso
Seven, ot l'art Ttto.
of the Season,
10c, under 6 Free. Belgian Hares.
TIMS TO BUY!
the Great Bargains Offered This Week!
English Porcelain Dinner Set, 114
pieces, flow blue and mulberry
decorations, gold trac- PfP 7C
ing; a perfect beauty for ul Oi I 3
Silver Steel Tea Sooons. ree-nlar
price :J-jc per dozen;
at this sale, each I C
Table Spoons, same quality, sold
regularlv for 50c psr
dozen; this week, each.
Japanned Coal Hods,
15-inch; for each ,
White China Salt Boxes, J Q -
worth .'55c each, at. 1 7v
520 FRANKLIN AYE.
surprising to thoe who have studied th'tr
m.-thods. Their object is les to punish
than to strike terror and create a sena
tion. Tew public men In France have been
more absolutely harmless, klndlv and Ken
erou than I'resldent Carnot. who was be
lioveM to b- without an enemy. Vet he was -
slain by Cearlo. linpreg Elizabeth of
Austria had spent her entire life and for
tune In relief of suffering, yet he was
murdereel by Luchenl. Klnir Humbert was
the most penerous and strictlv constitu
tional of all crowned heads, jet lie waa
Killed bv- IJresci.
Ceimptroller Dawes In Feorla.
Peoria. 111.. Sept. 2Z-tTharIes G. Dawes.
Comptroller of the Currency: IV. T. Ab
bott, formerly of Peoria, but now of Ponce,
Porto Rico, and Judfre, A. D. Holmes of
Chicago addres-ed 3.CrtJ Republicans ot U)9
tabernacle in this city to-nlsht.
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
IlfiUSECIRr. WANTEP-Oirl for rne-al bon
work: small famllyArplr 372; Olive ft.
"(X)K VA-ANTiao A woman to cook and utlit
vvith vra-hlrir and Ironlnc. 2632 Tine, st-
IIOl-SEf!lRi. WANTHIvIa cot-1 rlrl for ren
era. hou.evvork.CaII at once. 2121 JUclede ave.
TRAI-FIC MNAGnR-Man with twelve yso
rallni eiperlen. e want? rosition m traffo
rraratier jrshlpMni imere't. 11 21. Republic
ROOliMATK IVANTErv-roune iaiy fTtov
desire, roommate: i-econl story: C cd board:
pleasant home. 2ilf Delmar. ' - -
r-7"R.C 'y-: SSTe-JClceiy fumi.na ram,, m
. ---" .a,,.i.j ,ur .'tie or iwo jre l.
' & 1 r ic-niMwmur rurnlshed front
room, sinsl- or en suite, furnace heat: IS and
JW per month.
OLIVE St.. 2T41 Second flocr newly furnished
n"2- ?m h'at: ith or without board: for
adults; all conveniences, rriv-ato family.
DELuMAR Ave.. MIT-Brleht flct-Soor room,
with sood board, for two adults: KO.
EXI-EIUENCED teaeh-r wln"Etre private las- '
mns at h.;me. 0.1c per hour. 2S1T feimar. f
n VINTENT A v-. 2oi -Nice corner flat: fonr
e'lS- '.-"h. laundry, all Improvement. Inrralre
H-5 N lir-vdway
TiT'iS-'V'- '"".. novelty and weddlnr
ctrds. !'! for 2c- ' 2A-. 25. 12c. Send 2c for
pirnpeu-Cfcj.ervJcerrlnn(rCo . 1207 Olive st.
RESl'EtrTAIlI.K nvomfne-houv with 1 or 12
rooms, lo nto n location. 1. 14. Repuhlic.
iySi"'X'5TOJf s':,e" s"3- OorneTTindeTnte?
-Hotel, comfort ible, rooms; with or without
t-oard, convenient to cars; caf- connected.
rZl!11" St- , S--N"ceJyrurr.J?-J room.
r.rtIl.s)r. for couple; alro one for llcht hue
keepinc on j.c-ond; shed for hove and wason.
RADrANT Home bard-cnal. .e-burrier" nearly
2"15li!5r;y'!2.y'af,'r loidav. 4-ViI Morgan.
:ooi s.condh.md Mcjcle.
,.KO?-,?Hif "r Trade Hilly ROat for boy's bicy
cle 4..13 Morgan.
nei", printing press.
K23 N Vandev enter.
OIRfi vVANTEn-Glr! 15 jear-. old to assist
Ir. general housework 23 J Sheri la-.
WINDOW DRESSEIt WANTED-nr-t-elas?
window dreer. muvt have ute and crglnal.ty:
ni-ie tt. d Ign nnd carry rut new idea", a spl-n-did
opportunity lor the right man. Adrtre... giv
Ing references nndj-perlence-e. y isr. thl ofacr.
MKOl NIC vVANTEn All round m-chario
jva.ite.1 to take charge of bicycle, electric and
lock.mith business or Jin as partner, er N'.
l.rTCIIMC WANTEU-Yoimc; German butcher.
wlo understands hl- buineaa. 1J03 Cars ave.
WOMAN WANTED-ri'erly woman In family
of thrr... c,xi home for right party. Call iloo
3V 352-i lo ifile.
lOeiKKKEPKR WANTKI-At Mayfleld Sani
tarium. fir?t-clas tokkeeper, capable of doing
itenographlo work. Call Monday.
OI.IVE St.. 1105 l-'oirnlshed front room: ecuth.
MNGKIt sevvlnc machine vild and rented:
easv tenna; repairs, part, oil-., needier for all
kind" machine? Slrger Olfice, lOi; Vandeventer.
near Finney. Klnloeh C 12.a. Open evening".
SEvVJNn 3Iachlne One Singer. 3; on" Do-n-.e-stlc.
17: one WMte. Jl; cne New Home. JS; all
Improvement" and guaranteed. Strser OfBce. 10U
Vandtventer. near 1'inney. open evenings.
QLAUS piano for Bale, cHeas. 1ST. laioa
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