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THE REPUBLIC: SFXDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1000.
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paas ffaBgLPS iSftP SPSS5
9llLBsftEw3 toBa&ftS a is&sEia
Prevents Mr Falling Out, Semsves DandraJf,
Restores Prematurely 8ray Hair Is Ha'nsrai
Ooisr, Steps Ksfaing and Bestares
Luxuriant SrawHi to EveEsrews,
Eyeiasfias am! Shining
Trial Package STrss to Convince People It
Actually Grows 5Sai
vr& Stts? $! a J--
sns i-mma rvfn
Those, fho it losing t'
rwrted with the'' 1 ks t r.
bv a remedy that Is E-it
Cincinnati arm lias cono'uir.'. t' at the best
way to com lice p"o,ile tl i 1 i- e n i'
Krown on any heal i to hi tl m tiv it
find see for them'ves-. All iti of theo
ries have- been advanced to n count fo'
falllrg Lair but after all L in 'he remedy
xve are after and not to" theory People
who need more hair, or are anx.oin to rive
xi hat they have, or from sleknesf, dandruT
or other r-ai e-. ve 'o-t ih-ir ha'r. should
ut once send their rime and address to the
Altenhelm H'i al Dispensary. V. 2 Potter
field B'dg, Cinclnn. tl Onli. Inclosing 2c
i-tamp to cover postage, an I th"y " ill f"--tvard
prepaid bv mall, a sufficient free, trial
package of their remedv to fully pove its
remarkable actio" in qulcklv removing nil
traco of dandruff a"d talp diseases and
forUnp a new g-oth of hair.
WAS DaVOiD qf e-iair.
lVruIIar l'lijcht of n -alem Girl Hn-tlrelj-
Ahnt n Trial I'neLncr of n ItetiiciJy
Hid for Her
The portraits of MIa Cmm Errond show
Tthat a striking dilren'e is made In a
jicrson when the bald head I eovered with
hair. Miss Emond was totilly bald, the
Iialr folliclrs not only up -n litr head, but
uron her eyebrows htmx comp'etelv con
tracted, rot the s'en of a hair bejng
found. Of tt'UTbe, the was the object of
many experiments, fill of wMch failed, aid
the offer of a oil-known dispensary t
send a free trial of thir remedy v.js pa i
oullarly sjlurlns to h r Sne sent for th
lre trial, followed all directions fjdthfull
and soon she : as rewarded b a prow th o
hair which for thickte. qurlity an ' j
luxuriance was as rtir irnable as th rr-r-ult
was gra.tlfinK. Mi.s Emond lives In
Salem. M.its . at -.'6 Washington Et . ahd
natural! feels very much elated to recoier
from total baldness. An ltchin? scalp to
reoplo who are blessed Tllh hair it o. sign
of coming baldness, and should be attended
xo at once.
llrs. E'izi Com. Buiter. O, sajB: "The
remedy btotped ci hrJr frwn fallice out,
removed ah dandruff and stopped the itch
Freda C Grar.dburg. Djnenocd. Minn.
Ends her portrait r.nd sas ths Toso
"Xreatment entirely restored Ler hair to its
Mr I:nma Adv. Morlan, Vanltobi,
writes- " is quite b.ilj. I ut Foso Itemc
dles have Caused my luur to crow out in a
fciiort time o that it is now mer 12 inches
In length, bo t as siik and wavy."
TO IVULCOMn LSCHf LEI1.
Ijocal Mcmoerncy I'roxMrlnir for nts
Vlit Sevt YlrcJ.-.
The local Democracy Is miking extenlvo
rieparationa to give a warm welcome to
fcamud AlscUuler. l-mo-'aitc candidate
for Governor of Illl-.oi-. on iieptemtwr iu
and X. on which dati s he w ill addrers
mass meetings of Democratic voters In
?"orth aal Soath S' Leuis. The meeting
in North St. Loul on Tuesday evening will
he held unifer the auFnlces of the Eigh
teenth Ward Clv.b, in t-oclal Turner Hall.
Thirteenth and M'.nroe The ine-eting
"Wednesidey evtil-c v .11 bo held in Lcmp's
3Ir.Il. Thirteenth and Wyoming
In addition to llr Alstl-uifr. n cumber
ef local speakers will addrtss both tiiet
lngs, among; them John A Ls" James W.
1'olk, E. A. No.ii m, Ben Ciarlt, Michael
GUI nnd V. M Es'ea.
jirsic a c.iii'vio rnvTxnc.
Xiolsthlo nail ,f ilpmoirnti Is Held in
Browning. Mo . bept - Tha largest and
moet enthusiastic Democratic meeting hId
liere during the campaign was held in the
opera-hnuo last nlg'it Over 5 ) ptrsot s
w-re crowded Into tho large hall and many
nere urable to gain admittance. Clarenca
Kendrlk, candidate for Representative of
l.inn County, and Colonel II Martin Wil
liams of St. Eouls wen th sjwakers ?.Iuslc
ts furnshed by th Linneus Glee CI ib ol
twenty voices and the BrowTiins IurllDgton
Isltcirs nt Ilend'inzirters.
A. SI Dockery arrlve-1 last nlg!-t from
Feuthwcst MLrs-ourl where he haa ben
making speeches lie will remiln In the
city to-dav to reet up. On O-tober 3 he will
spoak in Muth'i Hall, barah and Manches
George Creel edit-ir of the Wefl.lv In
Cependent of Knnsas Citv, and Joe Hlian
uon of tho anti-pollco faction of Kansas
eity. were visitors at De-mocratiu Stale
headquarters vest' r lay.
George C Orchard, member of the Bx-
eutlve Committee of the State Committee,
dropped in on hi- wiv hcme from 'he meet
ing of the State Countv krk": nt Marshall,
Mo. He- announce s tverv'thlng in good shape
for the Democrats In his ccmnnmity
Judge A A. Puvon I n Clark's law part
ner, will speak at Feat us to-n!qht.
fc C Rodf ers. a lawrr in tho Enlon
Trufit hull'1 ig will speak In Portage, Si
Charles Coui y to-night
Judre Henry K Es of Kansas City atld
Colonel Gi o-pe H English of Kan-as, prom
inent membTS of tne Silver Republican
The use of "Seventy-seven," iluniig
September, October and November, se
cures immunity from Grip nnd Colds all
Dr. irumpUreys famous Specific, "77,"
iclores the checked circulation, indi
cated by a chill or shiver, the first sign
of taking Cold, starts the blood coursing
through the veins, and "breaks up" the
"77M consists of asmall-vial of pleasant
pellets; fits the vest pocket.
Doctor book mailed free.
At druggUtE, or sent for I5c.
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine Co,
Cor, William &. Johu Sts.. New York.
h&? ris $&? ?
' 4t .poi, Iiso!.la, Mont.t
w h 1 ir yr t s my hilr d Iron f.illin
out out til '" u i g Fc"i Krmedies I have
h i a c tiiiwth of hair that is now to
nitural l'nch '
'I rpv, , i , nncll Moscow, Idaho, savs:
"l!v 1-1 v is luld ind e'e-sy bjt since
ti-mg tie Fon lrfatrant m hair is n
fuar inches In length and Quite curly "
J J. Ais d. Cedar Falls. la , wltes. "Was
very bald but now have fine crop of new
hilr which will Foon be wady to trim. It
aiso cured dandruff "
Tho Rev II A Smooth, EwinR. Ill , fs.v
he was bald on th rown hut short ue of
the I'oso Rtmci'S proiuotd a. healthy
grovth of hair and there Is not now a
sieoi of baldness
Mrs. W. II. Provost, Greenwich, Conn.,
write: Retned'es hare stopped all ltciine
and accumulations of dandruff ' Shi was
also ba.l, but her hair has fce-n now com
r B. Chernis'v, rartnersvl! e Tex., says
the top rf Ilia head was mlrHy hill, hut
the HamIes have Brown a iin- rew enp
of hair nd ev cry oi e in town la surprised
to SCO It
Misa Lcv Paschal!. 'vYatertown. Masw..
sas her hair was thin at J Kra, but it hjs
been restored to the natural color. Is now
Ions and thick end glad to recommend the
Fso Treatment to alL
Mrs. Deborah Battans, Thorpe, Wis., eavs
when she beg.n the treatmmt sh mi en
t.rely bald and her s-aip shone like a
mirror, and now sha has the t'liikest ha r
she ever had. Recommends the treatment
as a sure cure for baldness.
Mr. Kmma Buchanan. South Il-idley
F.i Is. Ms. "Hair has grown out n lv,
' now four lncr--a Ijrs and much thicker
'ban It UT was before."
Mrs. Mary I- Smith, Los Angelt. Cal ,
sajs- "Although I am 51 jers old ani am
mplojed in r. dye house, evposed to th
b.id effects of th dye on tl e hair, the
Foo Ireafacr.t greatly improved my hair
and stopped all falllns out.'
Katherine Main. SS7 Thomas St.. Pt.
Paul. M.lnt!., entirely recovered from bald
tiesi tj the Foso Treatment.
The remdv also cures ltchln.i rnd danl
rufT, sur ngns of nnprfachiiig "oaldne",
and K-trrs th filp h a thy and visrorou
It also r-stores g-ay hair to natur'l color
and prtxlures thu k and lustrous evebrow?
and ev clash's By vndlng vour name sind
address to the Altenhc ir- Medicpl Dispen
sary, i32 Battrfit Id build ng. Cincinnati.
O. enc' sir.g a 2-cmt stuap to rover po
ti.ge, thev will tn- 1 v u nrep nd a fre
trial of their remarkable remeli.
part-, have been es--lgni the following
dates In Missouri. Nevada, Un.mar.Car-tbi?-.
Mom l. Aurorv and Springfield, be
Ein.iing iJelo'ier 1 and closlnc 0 br C
Perry S Rder of Kansas Citv will speak
In Saum a the barbecue to be held Vhctc
fen-tor IKn r Tillman of :;orth Caro
lina, who rj' billed to reak In Hannibal
Siptember i7, has canceled that date and
will b" heitd in Palmvra on that evning
W V BowkT of Nevada, one or the
Wdtng law vers of that town. Is in the city
with his wife Mr Howfcer Is ire preeid'nt
of tha Brvan and Ste'.enson Club of Ne
vada, and he sajs that his lounty eraon)
Is sure to return a majcl v of at least
2.56J for th" Liemocritlc lieket.
J D Stack. Warden of the M'sourl Pen
l'ontlars. called to pay his respects to the
Democratic State Committee stTriay on
his way home from Clevelmd. . where he
hid been cttendlng the jrvmtion cnlled
by the National Prison Congrei Mr Stark
brings encouraging leports from ht s ctlon
of the countr, aud savi tht 1 -s county
will return Bryan and Dockery winners.
BelietfH "VfW lork Ueinocratle.
John 8 Elliott, a capitalist of Boonville.
was a visitor nt liemocratio hea'iunrtcrs
ecterdav Mr Elliott Fajs that the pre
fect of Dcm ratlc eiuecess in hLs coun'y
vnis never letter than at present. lie feel(
sanguine of Brvan's elctlon lis navs tint
a few days ago he had a convrsatlon w'.'h
a Republican buF!n-a man of Nw York,
who j-aid that he felt conudrnt the Dmo
crats would carry New York at the com
ing election I'e said that Hoo'-i volt's ral
reason for refusing to be a caudllate for
the vlco prcaidencv was Ui fa.t that lie,
hs well a ether R-puWlcan leaders, r.al
lEeil that the- St?te of New Turk was lost
to the Republican part", this j ear, and he
did not want to be Identified with a losing
Ilhl t nrak for fUJiers.
St Eouls. Sept ii In this morning's Re
public I am quoted as predict. ng Mr Brv
an fl lection In the inte-view ther Ls on!
statement which 1 'id nit mki lour re
peTter Is In error when etuot'ng me a- hav
ing that "a malorltj of t"- members of
the Real Estate Exchange predict Mr IM
an s election."
I did not. nor do I, preumo to express
the oplrions of the merabus m the sub
ject, and 1 thall lo obliged if you will make
thlr correction. Olherwtf-e ihe aiticle epiotes
me concctiy. MALCOLM MACBETlL
CIt0iI.VU Lll.iv Us THE I'AllTV.
oteil .cLcro Itepnlilicnii Tires
I'roiiilsc Ihnt AIrwis l'all.
St. Joseph. Mo . ept 12. Doctor J. R A.
Ciosslwnd. m"m! er at-Hrs of tho Repub
lican State Central Coniicitte", has bolted
the party He stated publi Iv to-night that
In the futtiro he would work for the negro
race without rgard to pirtv. cropland
mid other prominent negroes are angrj be
ciuae Mayor Combe and the Republican
majority In tho Counci' have not kept tho
A mass meeting was held to-night ti de
nounce the politicians who ha 1 betraynl
the nt grots, and it was there that Cro,s
1 ii d made the "tatr-n-nt r fer-cl in Cios"
land has not forgotten a promise made by
lianna and others at the time of McKin
Ie s election. It is said that he wa-. to be
Consul to Liberia. The goods were n"ver
Ulcr Coiir I'nrnfngs.
The Big Four lines proper the r-econd
w eek of September earned pros.,. J3K 3J1 13.
being a decrease of J2ivB7 For the two
weeks of September the gross CHinlng
wore Jd.Jil.ki b-Ing n decrease of SOt'.sul t7.
Tbo IVoria and llitern Division earned,
gross the second wtt-k of September J17 -135D.
an Increase of Js.lM lor the two
weeks of September the gross e-armngs
were JJlGSSIf. a decrease of t3,2lx.fi.
Missouri Pm-tile- Stee-1 llnlls.
Thousands ef tons of steel rails are pass
ing through hire fcr ue :n relavlnc the
track of the Missouri Picdic b twin Kjh
sas Ciiv an J Pu Wo The new rails ueitrh
seventv-tive pounds to the jar'. ui d are
displacing lighter rails It is the inte-ntkm
to lay. as toon as possible, the entire
stretch of HO miles with new jit-
, RAILROAD NEW
FB8R8 ALL POINTS.
Mi-Cling of Western Lines to Form
a Tr.-ui.cui!linL-Mtnl rassen-
SPECULATION AS TO RESULTS.
St. Louis Lines to Give Cheap Ex
cursions to Meet Competition
Colorado ami Southern
All lines Interested In forming n new
transcontinental passenger association will
Lave representatives at the uieetics to be
lick! In Chicago on Tuesday.
Tho Committee on the Organization ls
said to have made good headway. Vice
Prc-ddent J. C. Stubbs of the Southern
Pacific said that ho hi lb v d this t-econd at
tempt to form such an j ssooiatton woull
be successful, s.s the Sa ta I e had agreel
to go Into a final conference on the bub
Joct. President Ripley of the Santa !'
conllrmcd this liv b rajln; Uiat tho dif
ferences between that lino and the other
transcontinental railroads had been settled.
cnJ tiuU tho Santa Fa had withdrawn its
The Comiaftlco on a lb arrangement of
Perientagen in the Immti.uun Pool
vvluh consists of John Sebi-tlan, general
passenger agent of the Ibxk Islind. I. S.
Eusils. general pattonqtr &t,ent of the
Burlington; H. C. lovvncnd, general pas
senger agent of tho Mlesaurl Pacific, and
E. K. MuLeoJ. chairman of the Weiiern
PaBt-nBer Association. uceedtl In mak
ing a (satisfactory eettlemeit of tho differ
ent es In re,;ard to thee percentagej bc
twe'en the varinus lines.
Chairman Jettery, president of the Den
ver and Eli Grande, said that the progress
made by these committers was h!ghl sat
Isfictory and that ail matters of db-pute
6..U1 existing would be settled at Tusdav's
AJ1 kinds of messes aro made as to the
lucky man to be elected chaliman and aUo
as to the location of tho new association.
A prominent passenger official of this city
ls Inclined to believe that Ihc- new body
will practical! be an adjunct of tho 1et
trn Pas'tiiger Association, though osten
sibly mixing a. Kjaiate firporaiu exist
ence iis an n!' cf this, ne sas the
executive oiilcia - Chalrm in Maoleo I
li-ue a "hurrv cm t. r 'lue.aaj's meeting
and have v.rtuih p.aced him in charge of
the organization ot lae new association.
Svnio surpri.es, however, may be developed
at tha meeting.
COI.tlK.VUtl AMI .NOCTIIHIIV
hovviiiff Jlntlo In the Lust Report for
Tho annual lejiort of the Colorado and
Southern ceivcri- ti.e twit' n incith' op
ctaiiona tince Januarj 1. 1VSK whir, tho le
oigamzed compan i"lt uir its hn"3 In
U-e tc tl )iu net earnings f" ualavor
&!' aftecttd by the nnried price if ma
terials, ani by lnterrup'.uii ol ttB.hc ly
the breaking ur the oj.-o Cr-e.k uam at
Denver, on May 3 This U'soster ve recked
sis. miles of I ne ai a c.ued sj-.pt i.--ton
until lly o. most of tfic trallie. on the
L-acHi'It and Gunnison di visions
Of the evmpaio s uss-t a cuunt. President
Trumbull remarks: ' It has deemed Inex
pedient thi:3 far to d -pose of any of the
5cuntiv'3 in Uie trtasuiv, and as it was
dt&irab'e, for rrudcntlal reaiairn, to mair
tKin tae cash resources of the company at
as high a Ic.el as possitle a car tiust was
arranged for the -si tandard-gauge cod
cars and tl.e fifty narrow-gauge stock cars
above referred to. As thee cars were re1
ceived so late in the tttcal ear. the vvnola
amount of tliO deferrsd payments, as well
a-, the cash ivajmeiit tJi) per cent cf prin
cipal), was charsed to new equipment ac
count 'ihnt portion of the deferred nnrnc"-t
whkh represents interest will Us charge d off
fn'm vear to jt ar heieartt r. against income,
un'il the maturity of the last car-tru-t
nule. Mi 2j, 1!u The loeoiuotives wen:
paid for in os.sh, two or the vix having been
ic.id for out of eejuipment nnical fund "
Tho tew company relve-d from the Pur
chasing Committee $leij.i?ts cash, and oth-r
arsrts in exc ss of liablliti"s, b "iiics snur
Ities of a market value on June SO last of
Jiii-iii tifh'r irce.p.s of tho eompany
during the eish'ecn months ct its existence.
Including SSm 7S0 Ini onio b il me for thi
rtrjod, ear trusts issued, and -ilo of rele
prapn line bioum. the total nv l liable
a' cts up to S-.4 s.!!l. Improvements x
P'tditurcs wete J.'j5.iH1, new -ouipin nt est
J'.".i73, bonds amounting to ilfl.Mi vvn- re
tired, pud a dividend of ; pe r cent in first
preferred stock '..a-s paid amounting to J17j,-
The average numb T of mill s operated ls
l,:u. aixl f,ioss taiiuni,3 la-t car wct i.5
71J jer mile, and nt i amines $7 C per mile.
Some eif the Le-.ucl Lines 'I hat Will
Cliicago. Sept. e I"irthe- consolidation
cf the chiiago, Burlin'tun a"d ejuim sys
tem is to bf effet'd at t li- a tnual nice ting
of tho stotkholC r In this elty NovemliT
7 At the meeting iat war nil of the lines
leased by the eomiueny in Ilii.iois v. era
bought in and raaiio a part of tho Burling
ton proper Next month the seeral aux
iliary' I'"i s leased and oiierated by tho par
ent corpcratlon in low i and Missouri will
be merged with the greater system.
Notice of the intended .-umgamatlon Is
given in the following call for the, htock
r.olders meeting tent out bv Chalrm in
Huimevvell of the Board of Dliec.ors "To
censider and F.ct upon the epilation of fur
ther consolidating the r.iilro.id progenies
of thU company in the btates of Iov.a and
Missouri ly approving puichases by the di
rectors of tne rai. roads, properfiea and
franchlse of all the railroad compinies in
the bald Slates wl.Oso lends anj properties
are no,- held by this company minor base '
Following are the lines In Iowa and Mls
bourl that wilt be taken under tho Burling
IvHnsa-i City. St. Joseph and Council
Hannibal and St Joseph 217
Keokuic and Western iTvS
St Ioui:, Keokuk and Northwestern 41
Chicago I,urllr::ion HnJ Kansas faty ...VS1
Chicago, Fort Malison an 1 Des Moines.. 71
In some caes the- mileage of tho rotds
given runs a trille over the distance, tilii. h
r.i yes the total of tho line s roadi to b-3
iKiught over 1 "W Tlie lot il mileage of nil
l.res now leased by the l'.iirHngton ls i.S-U
which lfnvei alxiut 2u miles of eontroliel
tracks to be taken In. It Is understood that
at the Ftockholders' me ting in xt vear all
oilier leased tin. 3 in other State-.i'wlll be
The move will mean considerable to the
Purllngton company In a financial wav an I
will e-crientrate i's sj tem in n ve.v ad
vantageous manner. It villi r suit In .. la'ge
Having in Hied tharges and mors economy
In the operation of tho system.
JIOItE CUE VI' EVCL'RSIO.NS.
M. Louis Lines v ill vit.,.t antes Pnt In
by Illinois imiprtltors
At a meeting of p isper.t r n presenlatives
of St. Louis .lues vest-r ay morning It was
fgieed to meet the late put in In Illinois
line's for spei !al excur- oj - u lCansas. Ne
braska, Okl ihorr.a anl Irdian Territory.
The dates of thee exuis ons are October 2
nivl IS. For all polrts In Ne:iri--ki and
Kansas, a blmket rate. 512 fcr the round
trip villi be chargea, ami to 1 ointa In Okla
homa and Indian Territory a ra'e of ill for
the round trip All tick ts will be 'old
sibe't to tlie usual conditions governing
' home-seekers raes.
ATIU L TVl-orilErAE.
Large Pnrtj for ICanxas City 'Will
Leave St. Louis 'Jo-Mgrbt.
I Tho National Tvpothetae special party
l from New ork. St. Lou.t. anl the fcoulh
will leave f . r Icai-sa- Citv to-nieht vie tlu
Burlington Route 1 ' is party will occupy j
1 three special slee,xrs. u.el.iding a club ob- f
servatlcn car Kn rout" thev will be Jo ned 1
by the panv frain Chicaun .-tml a soetl.tl '
Typothetue train will b made up of dining
I cars, sleepers and club cars, which w.li
reach Kansas tltv after breakfast at 9 a.
m tleneral Pasngcr Agent Wakeley will
accompany the party.
Till t nn Out eif Cnurl.
Chirngo Ft 1 1 2 The ch nee of "larrcnv
a In If t ' m 1 bv l N't w 1't 1 said to bi
n to-n or ttrttui tick' snlpo.-s agaivst
Cimmi"1-'' inr I nalj if tni ntral P.ib-
strger Association ard three cln-Ks of iti
. Joint agency, was thrown out of court yes- I
I terdoy by JuU JXaxtln at tha Harrison ,
3 W S 1 ijjen
EyitJ& W i M IM Ul W l'
3 Gtair Loads Mr&. I Entire Stock of Edinberg Cabinet Co.
Cor Loads to Come. j Not old goods marked down, but
2 Car Loads Alt-oeidy 3old newest designs and first-class make.
Quitter O-. nooie-a-.c class doors.
tool.casc, la-,s 'loori
Mahocacy Tialsh Itool.casc, la-,s 'loori
THESE LOW PRICES ARE MADE THAT YOU MAY VISIT OUR NEW STORES.
POSITIVELY the FRESHEST and LARGEST STOCK of FINE and MEDIUM GOODS in TOWN.
.5r. AH i ii wsioVMf . ' rft.'iv"i&o u'-s- -er
a )sis"' &?msmmim?r&sz$mu,
Stie-t P btiiiin, and In dLsir,.c-Irg tin
dt fend it Is lit d'clned tb'y shou'd p o -cute
Ncivritter lor Malicious prusi eution.
V. ieb.-lf.Ii Will i:tcnd Courtesle.
Secretary and r. iurer Sidnty an Du
ell ef tha lnivetln Passeiit.. r Aems"
A-K-ia!io'i of the L'nlttd Stati 3 his rt -ecivcel
wori' that tie Wabash Railroad
v. HI be piea3ed to take care of the trivei
ln pissen'ir ngnts ind their families on
the retu-n trip from Ntw lork to Chti ago.
St Louis and Kansas City alter the 0011
clusloi of the annual n.eeting at Old Point
Comfort u 1 thel they wnl he ppsstd
o furnish ai-y special ervne d I-ed Th's
net on tho part of th W iba-h svstem
phases tho agents greatly, end it Is con-slst-mt
with the policy of the icad.
In fei ehnripnlile Mileage.
Thepresert form of Interchange ih!e mile
age use.' iiy the trunk 111! 's Is sail to bo
unsatisfactory, omih to the lo-s In local I
earnings thr ugh manipulation an I ri a-
of the ii'ile.ii:t A committee C'tti-istlng of
l'asserger 'lritHc Manager Mai tin of the
linltimure and Ohio, and Ceneril Passen
ger Ag nts Wool of the- Penney Ivan. a
Railroad, ! of tht Lackawanna and Ive
of the Lehigh Valuy. has been appolntel
lo investigate tho merits of the dilTereut
forms of mileage now in its-' and report on
rtnlillnuei's rVevr Poslllon.
Little Rotk. rk . Sept. "J A. Bohllnger.
late trilnmastir of the Arkars is ellvlMoli
of the Iron Mount 1I11. wi'S appointed s
nstant supetinteiulent of tS' Arksns s
S uihern to-day 1 he road runs from tZIdo
r inc. Ark . to Ruston, Ie.
t W Thompson, who recentlv reigned
the n-lstant freneial iinnaiiinp nt tb
Chi t : nv, ok ahoira and fluif Rs l-oaa. w is
ti ilae appointed lo s 1 coed S j; Dill in as
chn f cle rk to Supi riiitendcr.t J. D. Moore
of the Arkansas nlvMon of the St. Louis.
Iruii Mountain aud Southern.
Washington ami Coliiintjlfi Riser.
U all 1 W alls. ,iin.. Sept 12 At a mat
ing of the tiu-tees and sto kholdcr3 of the
WaFhlnMor. and Columbia River Railroad
yestiday the following tic. ortieers were
eletlid Piesidfnt eharles S Mellen; vice
president, Joseph MeCnb-, secretary, Ueorgo
N. lrle; chief ergtneer, J O Cutler: as
sistant s "ereiary. It II. Hell, ti.asurcr, J.
G. Cutl.r; auditor. Rowland Smltn.
s, I'nul Annual Mretiiiztr.
Milw.'ulci. vl. Sent s; Tli annuil
rreetlng of the ChleaLO. Milwaukee and St
Paul Riilroad oih ils was held In St Paul
to-dav. tho only change in offhirs being thiv
tlfctijn ot Janies fl S'tn'th of New York as
director o -ueceed the lat C II Koster ,
sit nunnrefi tinmsanti --iiares 01 siock weio
represented All the eld offi',ei- were re
elected The places of first a"d second vlco
pre"ldent remain vacji.t The meeting ad
journed late this arternoon.
Personal nntl Current otrs.
Janjes Parker, general pnsensrr agent
of the M . K .t T . returnetl to headquar
ters yet, rday from New York.
r. .V. Bill, general passenger agent ot
the Hot Springs road, wr,s hete yesterday.
-in! President and Gfneral Manrtger
Russe.l Hard.ns of tl.e Missouri Pacific le
turnei yesterday from .1 trip over tho
Th" annual report of the Alchlson. To
pes a and Santa re shoiv- lor the last tl-cal
yfar, gios earnings of Jt5 2Ki'7s. an in
creas" of 7I'.i;:' over 1W- Ihe net earu
in.;a were $.n"...J1.4. a dfH rease of M6.1IC1.
Iho net Ineonio of tie" load was 59.75 S.,
an inerc3s of $;.SS'',37?. Tho surplus Is
Miss Morton, youngest daughter e,f
Papa' George Morton, eh'ef cle.k In tho
p..ssenger deiartment of tl.e "Kati," ar
rived in Ft. Louis just 'iiroe menths ui.d
twenty -0110 days tuo late for tha census
enumerator of A. 1 llivj
W. C. Stlth, freight traffic manager of
tbo MIs-,iurl I'acllic. has returned from tin
New ork mectiiiji. General Passenger
A sent H C 'lownsend Is tspcctctl homo
r. J. McLean, chler clerk in tho gen
eral manager's, oirica of the Mlvt-ourl l'i
ctllc, who yvent to MmneaoIls to attend
tlie funeral of his wife's sister, returned
chaliman C M. Pratt of tho South
t estern Passenger Bureau has returned
from .1 trip eait
Tho St I-ouls frbnds of J. .1. Tonlin
ron. master mechanic of the Metlein
Northern, will regret to learn of tho death
of his wlfo at &.an Antonio. Tex. on Fri
day. Nearly tery mho of the main tracks of
the Peiins j lvi n'a lines west of Pittsburg is
now protected by wne fences. Tho woven
wire is so arranged that nothing larger
than 11 rabbltt can i,et through it it gives
the engineers tho asuranco of a clear road
led. ui.il they are nu longer afraid of run
ning Into a herd of tatilu at night. 'Iha
wlro Is ralianiicd and will lat for man
ytars. I tactual tests have il'monstrati d
tho fact that it will stanl for twenty yens
or moi if good iost. mo provided. Over
4.000 miles of wire fence has been erected
by this company.
Th extension b-Ing constructed from
Rowdie to too Mtsnurl lUver of the Mil
waukee 13 now completcfl, being forty -one
miles in length aud being fuither Wtsc
than iinv otn.r lino of tho Mllwaukeu sys
tem Track laying on the Albert Lea and
Southern Is now well along from I.yle to
Glenvill,-. and It Is corrected the rails will
bo laid to the latter place this week.
Michael Grillln, v. no has been secretary
to Assistant General Passenger Agent
Bronson of Ihe Big I our for .1 number of
years, has been appointed aHsistient cliy
ticket agent of the company, sueccJlnjr
John Powers, v. ho go s to the lb-ck I-laml
Mr. Griffin has Leen with the Rig Pour for
11 number of years, and Is well titled for
his new position.
Assistant General Pasengcr Agent C L.
Hllb-ary of the Big Four h3 returned lo
headquarter, after an ete.nJed trip West,
It is now pretty wel understood that
the Des Moines and low a J-alls will sup
plant the Duluih and New Orleans in its
line from D-s Moims to iJiva I al's. as for
must of the dt-tin p it will rover the same
t rntory. The apparent co.lap-e of the Du
luth and New Orleans has given a ntw im
petus to the forr.'er line. E. S. Ullsworth
of Mason City ls at the head of the project.
It ia rumored that still another edition
of the "Mfsage to Garcia" Is about to bJ
Ii.flicted 011 the patient 1 cadets of railroad
literatuie. It will contain pictures of Gar
t la the man that took the aiis-age to
Oarcia th man that wrote about the man
thut took the me-sage to G ireia. and the
man that made the man that wrote about
tl.e man that took the message to G.arc'n
Ihe train reports show that the Royal
Blue train of tne Baltimore and Ohio In
tho month of August arrived at Cincinnati
but once late, then only twenty-live min
utes having been detained by a freight
D I Roberts, general passenger agent
of the Brie, has been appointed arbitrator
t si ilk a dispute ret,areling the dlviiona
of pasinger rates trom Princu Kdward
I 'land to New Hneland points be'ween
the Intercolonial Railway on one .side and
the Canadian Pacific, the Boston and Maine,
and the Maine Central on the other side.
?m k &ih
U - Ris v;i- W la-
CJuarfred Oat liooi. asc doable glass doors.
-'-sis ""-812, ea
S rrt Bo-,.cas ej inches e-Ide, oak or ita-
ej inches e-lde, oak or ita-
t hocany fl 1
PR3CE3 ALWAYS LOWEST QUALITY HIGHEST.
n-n mm ct'w
t j rr ,t . - 1 11 sj--js
tii jrrt--- '-
I IN THE CITY.
nirHRE T ST TrilERAS-Oii Sun
day. Sep.. taber 3), a eech'e will be g veil at
St Tere at w.1 ool Hi1! on Gland avenuo
and Nor. a Market street.
BLUR PObT nrciIRR The Woman's
Reliif Corps of Frank I Llair Post. G. A
It. will give a progri sive etielir" pirty
Mondav afternoon. St iitembT -S, at Blair
Hall, Nj 17W Market street.
SODALITY nrCHRK A p'ogresslve
euchre under the auKplees of St. Malaehy'.
1 fling M-n'. Sodalltv will b" given in the
sirool hall, No as Clark avenue, on
Wednesday ev filing. September 38, for the
beneht of the Parish As-ociation.
BABY ON' DOORSTBP Charles Jordan
of No :JV. St Charns street found a white
male ir.tant about three days old orj the
front steps of his homo shortly before mid
night I'ridav. The millce were rmtitied and
the baby removed to St. Ann's Asylum, at
Tenth and O Fallon streets.
riNGERS CRrSHED-rrank Whalen of
No. IxOr Cnoute.au avenue, a machine hind
In the Mi dart l'aient Pulley W orks at Po
tomac and DeKalb s!rietes. rot to of his
fingers caught in a rot wheel yesterday
morning. Before h" eould etrlcate them
they wt ro so badly crushed thit amputu
liou was nece'saty.
MFNTAL SCIRNTISTS ORGANIXC At
n prellmirarv r.!"-tlns of the mental rti-intl-ts
in the L nlon Tnut bulldli g last
evening a umponrv or.n-'Zation vas ef
fected and tho following odieers were clct-
. Chaunian, Mr. J Kr'ckson: anirg sec
retary. Mrs I, A. Borges Another meet
ing will be held net Saturday evening.
DOCTOR SNHED TO SPKAK The nev
eier.d Doctor Frank W rnecd will addrcs
the audience In th Coliseum nt the Llo-!-tltm
Tuesday evening, at 7 1". o'clock, on
tho "Objecs of the Retail Groctrs' Em
ployes' I'nlon " He will urge the public to
co-ip'raie with the clerk3 In procuring
earlv closing on week days and strict com
pliance with the law to far as Sunday clos
infr la concerned.
FOUND DEAD IN A ETARLiT-Heriry
Stone. 03 years old. employed as .1 stable
boss by John Garrow. at No 307 .South
Sixteenth siet, was ioc.nu ueau 111 n"- '
of tho stable al C oMock yestenlav morn
ing A dead wagon was called and the bodv
removed to the morgje Heart failure Is
supposed to have km the cause of deJtn.
An lmiuost will be held Monday.
INCORPOKATLD Articles of Incorpora
tion were fill 1 yetterdav with the Recorder
of Deeds bv the 1" W. Vufrierhcirie Commls
rion I'ompanv. The oapit il rtock of Hij'")
is divided into ISO shaie.s of U"0 e ich lVid
erlck W. AufJtrheltc holds i4 shares. Albert
Q Vonderhetde S3 and Frank Walter Auf
ilerkeido i-i. The company will conduct a
general grain ard conunl-slon business.
WEKMAX.N'fl LIABILITIES The Ilahi'l
tiCJ of the Joseph F. Diekii.ann Seed Com
ppny. which filesl .1 f haltel deed of trust
last Tuesdav. aro S7.1.M .. according to the
s'a'ement made by Ihi tlrm, Instead of
1-2 IdiW. as announced In the papers The
latter figure was , ntered on the press tile,
but investigation of the t'eed shows that
the liabi'lties do not exceed V.M2A Tho
elcricnl error wa3 male by computing the
11MS of n"ts with the Ilnbldties, the deed
Itstlf dlff'-ing In form from tl.e oidm.lry
chattel deed uf trust
COLLEGU PICN'IC-The pujplls of the Per
kins & llerpel Mercnnllle J"allge had nn
outing yesterday at Crescent, -Mo, on the
Frisco R..llroad. A s.eclal Car was pro
vided, and the party left Union Station at
S 43 a. in. and returned at C.lo p. m. Tno
thirty or forty young women of the com
pmy Fjr.t the ii-iy viewing tho beautiful
scenery in the neighborhood, boating, etc.,
v 1 lie tl young inn not occupied ics gal
lants hied themselves to obscuie places in
tlio viciutv ai.d patiently milled tor some
of the tinny tribe.
TRAINING SCHOOL WORK Tho le'
rons at the Women' i Training School, No.
I72S Locust street, for the ensuing week
r.ro as folloivs- Monday and Thursdav at
9 a. m , plain sewing: Mondty. Tin sday.
Ihursdiiv and Friday at 9 a. 111 and Tues
day and Flidav nt 1 30 p m . dressmaking:
Monday nnd Thursday at 1 30 p ni , milli
nery Classes In lookkeoping Will be held
on Tuesday anil Fru' iv at 7 p m Ste
nography and typewriting every day at 3 p
m The 1 ookln- sehool, laundry work an!
household nanigtment will bgin tl.o sec
ond week In October.
AN EXPENSIVE. ROOM R r El'lott. a
nlr'.ppor In th rite, from Putblo Colo .
applied for a 100m at the Oregon Hott' at
No 171D Market r're-f, 1bo.1t 11 o'clock Fri
day rilfl'L Locis F lns'ine. tho clerk, told
him that nil the rooms were rented with I
the exception of a double room, with two
beds In it One of the beds was occu;.!-"L j
n.tnilm tcld h'm to 1,-ive the" door un
locked When he awoke In the morning, he
found that J-'O bud been taken from hi.s
Pixhet. A retort w.'s m .de to Manager Ely
of the hotel but the money was not re
cover.d El iott was unable to lean who
vas asleep In the other ted.
MOTHER SAVED HIM-Chnrles T.
Hesss rrother s.iceel him from th Work
house yesterdae Hess was arrnfgnetl In
tho Flr-t District ( olice Court yesterdiy
morning charged with disturbing the jn-aee
of John Doe, who lives nt Seventh street
and Clark avenue Doe said He-s slipped
two chll lren and he lnterftred Hes. he
t ild brcame abu.lve .and Polleeman Mans
field of the Third District was called. Judgs
Sidcner Imposed a fine of SJ. After court
was adjourned. Mis Hes., who was in
strumental in her son's arrest, phaded so
runcMly with Judge SIdener that he stayed
the lino upon tie promise of good behavior.
A FLAY HOLD-l P play hold-up In
the Tenth Police Dlstrl.' came ni-r result
ing scnou!y Friday night. About 9 o'clock,
while Policeman Walte wa3 standins t the
comer of Finney nnd Taylor avenue, two
vo'thr men ran up to him anl said they j
bad been lulu up at tne Isjini or a revolver
by a boy about 14 years old, who had run
In front of the olllcer a moment before.
Walte chafed the bov about a half block
Into Lewis place, stopplr-g him by firing a
Fl ot In the air The boy gave litw nnmo
as r.nr' n Shirl'y and said he lived In
Rugbv place The two boys who mule the
complai it William. W aluli of No 0 Fln
nc aveni.o and I dw rd Burr." of No, 4.o
Fairfax avenue were loadtd Into the patrol
wagon with Shirley and taken to the police
Elation. There they all claimed to be school
mates, and said thev were onlv fooling. No
revolver was foynd on any of them. Captain
Glllaspy believed the boys' stories and re
IN THE COUNTY.
A sreclal train will be run on the Frisco
Railroad next Saturday from Valley Park
lace s z" douute d'C ijjarlcr okorma- I
ueavy carveu ljcorfc-scs quarter o-k or ma-
Jco(C"SCS quarter irk or ma-
rpjB y jk ii
6 1 i
il lilee-illtigr Piles
'I li'lf llr. Snittf. lines enpf.
SW. foil 11 it 1 11 pc testimonials as
",i't eared six to weven years,
ir-rtd for 10 Venr.
St Lrjai , Srnt A. 15T
Ir ?r vy sn'ih
1m- .-!i 1 h I Mst that I win troubel fo-o-
Tt.N I r-. Wit.i th- 1'IL.i - At t m", I
n.ff rt-o ri in memenr jnl c n Thrt re
trt s i ,Tt I ffu aliut-t lntupici -pil fr m at
tetiilin-; t my buslrtv- whlni r'n'iretl me to l
n mr f-t t of tli tlm fiuxin the dy I
fuffeiil e t..1-Mp loss J blj 4 almost -rty
da I hs 1 irt ir-afi of a yurniffil opatlfln a
I h.icl lfeii tudl that tat vt i tli n iur 1
T3S r rtmmi.:p 1 tt r... h.iIn- tw.ti Inf. rtnil
1 tht jou uu.'tl cure Rct"! Iii-jes -.th ut ar
ri ir-rT wpw i tiiita on ou. aim vi trai
J in tnlv th tlmfj, and cure. J ne with ut m
I jmf " lit . fr. rn mr huFines It Lis ni t
t- fi i: u'tib :,n,t. Tiir'aii-:, and
H'Wf li U NO Rl.rl KN OF THK 1 KOt'MI-fc.
I ererful! r. trmenil itfr" with Iictal IJ--atrts
to c n-ult jou. uur t:uH.
U'M 1l ST? RC?.
With Uarf a4:n-lTi.Kltrkic Dr" Gomia Co.
Lughth arhl AVashington ave
A Case of ?a cnrmr lurifUusr Cured.
St. l-au.. S pt 4, IEC.
D- M. NerPm -h
pear t-t1- I -! nM vith an ac'-a it 1 ca ft
Vl i i i ,r.''eir ufTe.n; f j. ra ArJ
!r.. .t ir ii n. n rei ef la 1 t ai tl"
ir fa? in mo jrar- as a' ! cjrrj m
tin.! i i ih r I n anj I hav i-j 1 no re-
j turn oM j dlfu. r lhi,f I im orr TO ears oil.
DR. H, BEY SMITH, Specialist,
CHI o Hours 9 tv in. to i r m. Sanaa
to St Louis for thn arcommo i itlon of the
fci Louis Lt-mucriss who uu d the rally
and baibs;ue o be iven by tho Democrats
of th..t place r. xt Saturday
The Hazel Illll Improve nent Association
pave an enturt ilnment Friday evening In
the few Lincoln School, which ha just
be n ccmpleted The eatertainment was
Vr-11 att naed and was for tho benefit of a
udewalk fund. In addition to the regular
programme addressee were delivered by
President James M. Taylor end Charles J.
A murriago Hcenss was issnee! at Clay
ten yesterday to Wvllo A. Day berry of
Welter Groves and Clara M. Lehmann of
Mexi o. Mo The couplo was m,rr(ed by
Justice Gree:vflder. l'ountr Day berry Is
only JO yais old and his father accom
panied him to the Clayton marring i llcen&o
ofiice to give his consent to the Issuance
of the license.
The Exe-cutlvo Committee of the St.
Iuls Countv Democratic Central Ci mmit
tee met at CIvtoii ye-tenlay to outl.no a
plan of campaign and also to fill two a
cincl"s on tne county ti-ket. Ju.-ige Wil
liam F. Pilster of Crove foes wat selected
for Associate Jui-tlr- of tl e County Court
In the Second District to fill the vncancy
caus-1 bv the res'anntlon of J W Evans
of Klrcv... d He iry Iluerm in win had
been nominated f. r Pu' He Administrator,
itl'ii resigned, and Joe Ft ndren of Floris
sant was selected for the pi ice Although
the Republican malo'Ity In the Seevral Dis
trict is ft". Judgo ilister Is confident of be
ing eld t d. as a largi nuraU-r of Repub
lic in- hive nnnounc d the.r Intent oris of
F ratchlnJ' rn 1 Ker'h, th" Rcpi bile in ncm
Irce on a r .at of his eonnectiuns with the
Fen c.'l Th commltteo will meet
again ne"t Saturday
TROOPS RETURNING HOME.
Trniis.rn.rt G runt Urines Firp IIihi
tlrotl From Cliina and Manila.
San Francisco, Sept 13. Tho United
States tran"iKrt. Grant nrrived to-day
froni the Philippine, and China. The Grant
brings homo over C'3 discharged o!dIers,
Including ncnrlv KN nick anl wounded.
Sha will prcbabiy remain In quarantine
Missouri Mllltln. Orders.
IIKPCBLP be- c I U
Jefferson City. Mo, Sept. 22. The Ad
jutant General to-day Issued tha following
The fodowln enlisted men of the First
Regiment Infintry. N. G. M.. are hereby
ills, harped the f-rvlce of the State. Cor
poral l"rank . Rrailsby. Company H.
charge of resld-r.ee; Private Frank W
Ham(!on. Company II, ihai'ge of resllence;
Private John Howard, Company It, change
of residence. Corporal Ueij. V Niehlng
hatis. Company l!. change of residence.
The following enlisted men of the Second
Regiment Infinity, N. G M, a-o hereby
fllv harjitsl the Hervlce of the fatate Private
G I.. Davn.poit, Company D. er.ane of
residence, ITivate It. F. Ke'.lams, ( oinpany
D. hange of residence. Private II. J.
Ramly. Company D, change of re'ideuco
So much of Par iv, S O. 21, A. G O,
Scp'ember H), 19 Xi. as refers to the tllschirge
of Prlvnte " li. Dow end Edward Nlchol
eon. Company E. Second Regiment Irf intry.
N. G it., la tiro interest of tho tervlee, is
h re by re-.eihed. ard 1'rivutes Dmvv and
Nicholson s-land dntcharitcd on aciount of
evp'ratiun of enlmlment.
'Ihe rrslnnalion of Itobe-rt M. Wilon. Cap
fain Conipany C First Regiment Infantry,
N G M is acieptcd an of this flit"
lirigadier General II C. Clark, command
ing First Hrlgide. N G. M.. will at once
older an election, to fill all vacancies oc
curring through the operation of this or
Ntv Tattle. II year, tflt rMldwln; bran
eldu Jo rpa II. Bshultz. II year, foot of Vine;
Welfh. 45 jrr, t North Main; phthisis.
r.?i. Wttsta, 21 ytarj, tjj llojpiial;
Annie R. ritster. 43 yesrs. 1215 bouth Third;
hy di ii it arUitis
Iawrence J. Lvnler. T trs, list cvilli-s- cya-
eOintttan Ifimbaen, Z2 year. Gootl SAmarltaa
Hlchard 1 tmntin. tt years, Poorhoure; os
titis. Cnarles Ilopkln. & Tears, foot of ltonen;
Luusa Mattrwa. Z2 Tara. 4IS) Kenserly;
puerpfilcc anti als,
jAiiieu caillakan, 3 yars. City Hospital, ty
phuld Urlcs rrj. years City Rcwpltal, phlh.,s-
V. illiaii tcltrine. rr years, 1 Waaiilnjtcn;
iieortte D. ICcch, S5 years, 311 Wisconsin:
l-'ier Lan.jrt, 74 yeara. rS2I line; car
bunc.e list. 11 r Jlcrri". yt. JSJS Cote ltrllbant
typ! la '
J !n F. O Brl'rt. M years City Henlul; ac
cljent st,.hi Latr.a, 9 months. Fourth and Cerre
gastroi)t0rUls lli'nrr J. Ulnn'nger. 43 years. 1T18 Seuth Ninth"
Katy H etiwti. 9 tnaatbf. J5 lyxlnitcn;
Henry His. .of. C3 years sn Ors, cancer.
I rank M.iKtjmen, i weeks, 4J at lerdlrand'
r cl Itntlrr, 15 days. 711 Marlon; premature
Wit. C D. Rc, fi years. tKS Warntr
(rnillly Francis MMrulra, 7 yeara. Cemptoa and Man
Quarter Oak took case. s:n;!c glass door.
FineSolIdMalioany lloolicase.heavy carved
I'ermniirntlj-, vrllhont knife or siir
Kleml operation. Ur. M. rj Smith
Trill ncrepf any ense of iillen on nn
AllfOLLTB (.UAIlAATIli:. Protrii.l-
art - rellevrd by the first treatment.
tti itnflpnl nprmnnonllr ti tiltti,l. IK.
osldeiicr Notice that these eases have
niul all arc wcll-knim n bnsiriens men.
erd I ui( you I appreciate reef you har
fciven in. X can certainly recirj uti J ym 0 n
tuCeiers from ilectol Diseases. Jt ?1 iiVy,
Cnrril of a Vnlnlvl Pinnrr.
6t. Iwuls, fcept 4, 1T
Dr. M. NevFmith:
Icr bif m cured pv of i rainf i! tlrctal I1
e (Aral PisuTPr that ba4 trntured me fur a
rurrber of nek Without trw u- uf Ui knife or
turgical lnterfrenre toj cfect-(3 a rnnaaent
cur-. I am n.oat icnttefui fo the relief thit you
have Blei ni I treiy ani cheerfjll rcoiiinn'l
50ti ti thore su.TerlrK lixfie llmftulir
I G DL'tTY TraveUne b-aln-naa.
Xl Mrv 61 ell av
Another Ca- t Uar' 5tantl!nc
noniot'B illll, Mv, March 21. 153V.
Dr. if. N'ej-Fm.th.
Dear Fir I want ta tell you that 1 am eitirelr
ct.rei of the I v3. l v j j.rj n t tak a tbousanJ
dollars for what you hnv d' ie for nw rax
ao. If 1 haJ JioTn what I lo ntm I rrjM haT
ct'levj en yu tnateaj of euTerln .ta I did I mufc
f-i ajatn th3t I am entirely curd. and fr-I alTo
pt e imp new rcn. I would dM tvry pe
p n s "'lig wil. ril3 tD call en jou and net
suffer lorttr. lours trui.
Prep. Dauphin irtet, R nnof Mill. Ilo.
sit'lTH W)0 HOLLM IllILnlfl,
-II nrth bevenlfi St. hi, lxtnls, 3lo.
y, to W J a. n RstabashM in I'M
HAS PLENTY OF MONEY.
E. ). lliggius at the Cily Hospital
E. R Higgins vho was found wandering
tbout the Lnlm S'at.e'.n about 9 o'clock li
nn a'm!r3 wav, wns taken to the City
Hospital wl.e-e he will le held for f b
servatlon as to his mental condition. His
ftrae-i actions on the Midway attracted
alien ion to lilm and he was arrested It
was thought that the man had been drink
ing, but an exam nation at the hosolial
l failed to re. cal any tra.es of liquor He
miiton in a uraciiing iasmon ana said no
had no home.
I" an Inside pocket of his rt was found
a bee k for XSH. drawn In ravor of E R
Hlggms of Marengo. la . a. barJvl-ook In
winch Hlgsirs was credited with Jl.iuO In
the Pink of Marengo and a railroad ticket
to Mareng- He s,id that his name was
Hleg!": and tnat the cneek checkbook and
railrvad ticket were his property.
ACCUSED OF A SHORTAGE.
Officer of Select Knighta of Amer
ica Under Arrest.
Qulncy, 111. Sept. 12. Fred W. Thumaa
was nrrestd to-dny on complaint of Joseph
Dlederich of Chicago, commander of the
Grand Legion, Select Knights of Amrtca.
of v. Men order Thuman was grand recorder
K.rd treasurer up to last March. It Is
charged that re ls hort In his accounts
Jt.'O'. Thuman went to Jail in default of
J.-.IX.0 ball. The Fidelity Surety and Deposit
Company of Maryland was on Thuman's
bond, which expired before the alleged
rhortago teenn'e known. Thuman was
formerly a member of the City CounclL
YELLOW FEVER SPREADING.
Seventy-Nine Cases Arc Nor Re
ported From Havana.
Havana. EtpL Ji The latest reports
eeow the exUtenca of seventy-nine cum of
yellow fever In Havana.
THEORIES ABOUT FOOD.
Also n Ferr Facta on the Sanr Snbject.
Wo hear much nowadays about health
foods and hygienic living, about vegetarian
Ism and xnuny other fads alons the same
Restaurants may bo found In the larger
cities where no meat, pastry or coffee t
perved. and tho food crank Is in his glory',
und argune"ls and theories galore advanced
to prove that mcit was never Intended for
the human stom chs. rd almost make us
be.leve that our sturdy ancestor who IWed
fourscore yeaia in rooust health on roast
beef, pork niul mutton mest have been
grossly ignorant of the lav. a of health.
O-ir forefathers had other things to do
than formulate theories about the tood they
nta a warm welcome wa extended to any
kind from bacon to ucortu.
A healthy appetlta and common sense are
cxcc-Ient guides to follow In matters of diet,
nnd u mlxeu diet of grains, frulu and raeata
ls undoubtedly the best.
As coiiij.aitd with grains and vegetables,
meat furnishes the most nutriment In a
highly concentrated form, and ls discsled
and ts assimilated more quickly tnaxi vege
tables and grains.
Dr Julius Rcmmson on this subject says:
"Nervous peibins, people rtn down In health
and of low vltatltv should eat meat and
plenty of IL If the digestion Is too feeble
at hrst. It may be easily corrected by the
regJlar ue of Stuart's Dyspepsia lublets
after each meak Two of these excellent
tablets taken after dinner will digest sever
al thousand grains of meat, eggs or other
animal fjc.l In three houre. and no matter
how weik the stomach may be. no trouble
will be cxpirlened If a regular practice Is
made of using Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets,
because they supply the pepsin ami diastase
necessary to pefret dlgt.tlon, and every
form ot Indigestion will be overcome by
That large clas of people who come under
the head of nervous eiyspcptlcs skou.d eat
plenty of meat and Insure it proper diges
tion by the dally ur-e of a safe, harmless
digestive medicine like Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, composed of the natural digestive
principles pepsin, diastase, fruit acids and
mits. which actually rcrform tho work of
digestion Cheip cathartic medicine mas
querading under the name of dyspepsia,
cures are useless" for indigestion, aa they
have absolutely no effect upon the actual
digestion of food.
Dyspcps.a In all Us many forms Is simply
a failure of the stomach to digest food, and
the is'nsib e may to solve the riddle and cure
the dyspepsea la to make dally use at meal
time of a preparation like Stuart's Dyspep
fcia Tablet, which ls Indorsed by the medi
cal profession and known to contain active
All druggi-ts sell Stuart's Dyspepsia, Tab
lets nt Euc for fail treatment.
A little booklet on cause and cure of stom
ach troublo mailed free by addressing F. A.
Stuart Co.. Marshall, Mich.
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