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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1900.
G, F, UJEHRMANN,
LUMBERMAN, IS DEAD
WL tb$ pf
Dr. Large, a well-known physician of
hzva, is a member cf Potter & Large,
whi carry on an extensive Drug business
After handling Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin for
some years they report
that it has given good
satisfaction in EVERY
It cures Constipation, Indigestion, Sick Headache and Stomach
i.f SOLD BY
ALL DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Th hiRhwl mncKint loaned on Tztca?. 5la
nemds. Jewelry and all article rf value Lars
lea" a specialty at law rates of Interest. Bui
rtts. strictly confidential. Unredeemed pleJei
S." VAN RAALTE & CO.,
IS uiil 14 S. -Mb., nlao SI? N.
"1! ' N Itroadway,
i l-:i Market St.
I fiat.l-h'! 1SI3
SET RID OF YOUR ROACKES.
MISSOURI. KAIvSAs AV1 TCXAS RAILWAY
Office cf Ptirerfn er"". I Pin rjr crve
Frank K lll.ler. sj, .-.I it. sd-nt
t- LvjI". MO. Sov 4ti. 1'SJ.
To IVhezn It May (on-in
About ix m.n-hs ago t nid a cmtr-wt wt"i
Mr. v r Huj-t-nc, iunitr r e!t t- "o krnn .1
ar.i nuj Kstf-ml'itor. to ttJ lur v,trio-.. nl g
atatlons of roach", ted J"rs Mr Uu-s-ne s
metfo-l. and tl c ctetz powler Lave, been vry -at-Ipfactory
In eeery way. havtC it 3 our ari m
reeees of roet' s ctf I can fcemraJn 1 tiira
highly to any oar trcib'ea with these lcsecLs.
F E Miller. Fu -er'rr.e-nent Til-c Sen!-
Ge'z Rca-h ard ttelbue Fxt-rml-..l rs are hII
by all d!ers. on"ra. t taken o 'Id hoiej of
roacles end other Ir.s-t.t5 ani irMianie.i oae
)ear GITTZ EXTERMlNATim.
Ko. JM N. ScronJ St M. Uouie. IT. S. A.
z lucre, ftul. and ell recltl
St.tttirt ireen!:yi can,
XJtrtcteed Ii ff perniceat:.
eur,dtyp,tnleiit,trofDt. Coia!1t'cn It,, Pr M Ney
falUl. br,e!iU,l. Bolted KJ,!. .m ' 71a !-L, BULsuifc
3. T. FARIBH.
THIS wlli be the U.t 'Jay of Crawford's
Gran i (ipei.ln Dlspl.ij cr Millinery, floaks,
Pults, JacKcta. to. No matter where jnii
may have bfn ou l.ae neier tucii a ill.--play
cf gouJb equj.1 to Crawford's.
VALUABLE "d0NATI0NT0 YALE.
Collection of "Arabic Manuscript"'
Preseutc"! to the College.
Newr Haen, Conn., Sept. 14. It was an
nounced last night ly tha authorities of
Yale University thai an unusually vj-luaMa
coilPCtlon of "Arabic mauntcrlpt," tnada
by Count I-andbers, lias been 1 rraentcl to
the university by Morris K. Jessup of Xcw
Count Landbenr Is a distinguished Swed
ish collector and travelltr. hid library of
En-edisli Ilte-aturo havint; len purchao-J
last year by Harvard University. Th Ara
bic collection, which it U noped will ar
rive in this country within u month, l.hi
Etsts uf some &') mauusciiiitt. Tour-tlfths
of theso ure rare, and 111010 than iw are
They cover the whole ranee of Arabia
history and literature, and many of them
dato back to the Twelfth and Thirteenth
centuries. Lawr, philosophy, poetry anil
theology are particularly wll represented.
The collection was purchased at a cost of
These manuscripts, toother with tho
Salisbury Oriental collection of about iM
volumes, and that of tho American Oriental
Society, now In the University library, ai,d
containing 4,.'u bounl volume and somo
4.(ki) pamphlets, will give Yalo a position of
cralnenco in Oilental research. As an evi
dence of the value of the Landber col
lection. Professor Fischer of Iyfpslc ona
of the most dlstineulshed scholarj In Ger
many, has expressed his intention of visit
Ins America for the special purpoae of mak
ing a thorough study of these Arabic man
uscripts. Cured of Chrunlc Dlurrliorn After
Thirty loan of bujrfcrliijf.
"I Buffered for thirty yean with diarrhoea
V!Stll?uS,ti,1 naa FJ'-J.lwJnff cure.1," wiys
r.Sn,P I5- lIalJoay uf Frenca Camp, Miss.
I had spent so much time and money and
rurfered eo much that I had given up all
hopes of recovery. I was so feeble from
the effects of tha diarrhoea that I could
Co no kind of labor, could not even travel,
but by accident I was permitted to Mnd a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera end
Diarrhoea Kemedy, and alter taklnir sev
ral bottles I am entire-ly cured o? that
troubto. I am so pleased with the result
that I am anxious that it bo in reach of all
who suffer as I have." Adv.
GREAT DEBATE DECLARED OFF.
National Cirio Federation Unable
to Get Speakers Together.
Chicago. Sept. 2i At a meeting of tho
Committee uf the National Civic Federa
tion here to-morrow, tho debato on "Im
perialism." and other public quesUons,
which had been set for October 1, 2, 3, and
4. will bo formally abandoned
Ralph M. Easley, Fecretary of the Feder
ation, announced to-dav that iie bad been
Tinable to secure a properly balanced pro
gramme of speakers, representing both
great parties. Many prominent tpeakers
counted on at tho last moment declared
their Inability to bo present.
LOW KATi:S TO DALLAS.
Via 31., K. & T. (Katy I'ljer),
September 26, SS. . October 3. 7. 8. ID. Good
until October IS. Beo "Katy'B" ticket agent.
GOEBEL INVESTIGATION ENDS.
Grand Jury Unuble to Secure Wit
nesses to Proceed Further.
Frankfort. Ky Sept. Tt. Tho Franklin
County Grand Jury reported finally to-day
that owing- to difficulty In procuring at
tendance) of witnesses from a distance no
further Investigation could be made of the
Ooebel assassination, but recommended that
certain persons bo placed under bond to
appear before the next Grand Jury.
A WHEN you can get aSS.OOTan or
will pay to secure for
HARRIS SHOE CO., 520 Pine St.
SIMPLY SOUGHT TO
IIRPMSE FR ENDS.
Explanation C.iven In- Four Young
rouples Who Made tin' i'il-
Kriinasio to Cla ton.
DIVORCEE'S SECOND VENTURE.
Barlu 1 (lorow Came From South
lMkota to Be Keconeiletl to
Komier Husband Pastor
Charles's Busy Day.
t"i. . .urir and happy couples hied thtni
st!v.a t.i Clayton yesterday on matrimony
bent It all but one Instance tbo younir
folks admitted that their marriages woulJ
le a surprise (o tbelr rtlatlvet? and frlem's
A sixth couple, not so J ounq. appeared Jato
jrsfrdiy afternoon for the purpo-e of a'
tn.ipMnB a itiRil marriage .ith hoji. a cf
suc.-eR". as their first had been a failure
Allien C. and Kachel IX Gerow ore the
names the divorcees pavo to Mr. Wetz-'.
the marriage licence clerk. Albert C. K.ive
his address as St. Ixiuls. while Ilachcl K.
said that .'he had come- ail the way from
Spturfih, S I', to be reconciled to her
former hugban 1 nnl make a second
m.itrlmouial verture with him. They we-ro
rot married In i'Iayt-n and disappeared as
Eoon as the llcene was Iued.
Locau S. Adams of Fredericksburg, lad.,
and Joslo G Garri.-on of Hedford. in the
tame Htaie. aie fond of urpritsc-, so mutli
iMi that they ooncIkJcd Sunday to comn to
St. Louis and get murrltd without tellins
either relatives or friend-. They arrived
jtsterdi morning s-tui went to Clayton,
whore tb- waited four hours for the !Spv
rend Ioctnr i! II Charles if the Claton
Presbyter: in Chur' h M perform the cere
mony. Mr Adams said that he did Iie-t
c ire If h's marriage became p..bli'- prop
erty after thf t.evt two v ccks. but 11.'
wanted that iergth of timi to visit Ms
frienO'4 and eurprbo Ihcm by prrs-nttnff
his wif,. Ho refused to gve any informa
tion eonrcrning himself, exce-pt that he was
a former St. l.oulsan.
Albert It. Crampton of Chicago and Mies
Minnie L" Martin of No. 4J7 0 Oaatleman
avenue came early to avoid the rush. They
were also married by Doctor Charles. Jake
Anderson came all the wa from lJeni-"o;i,
Tex., to marry Mamie ISrldse.s of Cubi,
Mo. Juj-tlci Gri-eni-fe-lder conducted the
eremon. The other two couple; licensed
at Clavton vp'e Jeorge V.'. I'ohlman f
rioris.-.-nt and Annie G. lVIlard of IVrgu
Min aid Gorge tJ. Mam and Kveln
Atibuelion, both of No. tltfi Hasten avenue.
Kelifiioiia Services at Home of
Daughter, Mrs. Strebeck.
The funeral of 'William Mcllrlne. who
died Saturday, W je-ars old, was held at
10 o'clock jesterday morning at the resi
dence of his daughter. Mrs. Hlizabeth Stre
beck. No. IS15 Washington avenue, whuio
he had lived for twenty-live j ears.
A very large crowd wa3 present and tho
room in which the body was laid out wa3
tilled with floral offerings eent by fi lends.
Tno Krvervnd Isaac S. Hopkins of St,
Joi.n' M. i:. Church, South, conducted tha
rehirioiis services. The burial was in Helle
fjntaine Cemeterj'. The following were U10
pallbearers: D J. Bunek, C. C. Greene N.
M. Neeld. C. C. Bradley. M. P. Hjnsoa
and H-nrv Jordan.
Mr. Mcllrlne was born In Ireland, whrro
he lived until about fifty eara ago. when
be emigrated to America. After living In
Illinois tor somo time he moved to St. Louis
about thirty 3 ears ago and engaged In tho
lumber and coal buslmss. His wife died
twenty-seven years ago. and slnco that
time he has lived with his daughter, Mr.
Strebeck. Though a very old man, ho
retained his mental faculties to tho last
and his general health was good until thrca
months ago. Mr. McBrine left the follow
ing children: John Mcltrlno of Oklahoma.
Mrs Streb.t-k. Mlsi S. A Mcl'rine and Mrs.
1 Greenfield of Helena. Mont.; Mrs. J.
II. Itlk of Tob Jo. O . Mrs. J. T Shotwcll
or Ieadwood. S. D.. and Mrs. 11 win Van
Cisa of Denver.
Loir llute-s to Dallas
IRON MOUNTAIN KOUTK.
Account Texas Stato Fair. September ii
to October 13. lmluive. Only ONH KAIli:
lor the ItOUSU TItlI. plus 12 Tickets on
tale September 16. US. 33. and Octobr 3 and
It), good for return up to and inlcudlng Oc
tober 13. 1SW.
YELLOW FEVER AT HAVANA.
Private Advices Indicate That the
Outbrealc Is Serious.
I "Washington. Sept. H. The Surgeon Gen
I eral'a offlco of tho War Department has
no Information regarding tho epldemlo of
I yellow fever In Havana, although it Is
' known to exist, there to a considerable ex
tent. Private advices from Havana indi
cate that tiio outbreak Is serious. Tha
fever exists In tho best parts of the city
nud among Americans, who have gor.o
It Is said at tho War Department that no
fears are entertained of a serious outbreak
among the troops of the United States, as
they are outIde of tho citj, and not la lr.
The outbreak Is not unexpected, ns fever
usually devi-leipx about this time of car,
and is even worse during the months of Oc
tober and November than in the Fprlmr.
Surgeon General Sternberg does not thin!'
thero need be any apprehension concerning
tho spread of tho disease.
Flrat Miru of Fulling I) extent
Should bo corrected by w raring spectacles.
Dr. Kond, expert optician at Merrnod A.
Jaccard's, Hroadviay and Locust street, will
examine your eyes freo of charge, and In
sure a proper adjustment. Steel irzmz, Jl
and up; gold, 5j and up.
MICHIGAN TOWN WIPED OUT.
Post Office, Eif;ht Business Houses
and Eijht Dwellings Burned.
Omer, Mich., Sept. H. The business' por
tion of the village was practically destroyed
by fire early to-day. Tho hotel, drug store,
a salcon, furniture, hardware and Jewelry
stores, a photograph gallery, the post of
fice and eight residences were burned. Tha
loss was about J30.0OJ. with light Insurance.
Tho town has no lire protection.
Patent Leather Shoe for S2.50, '
future use. Act quick.
Succumbed to Complicafions of an
Illness Which Had Lasted
for Several Years.
ENGAGED IN BUSINESS IN 1854.
Served in Civil War, Iiccoininp; a
Captain He Retained Active
Control of Interests
Charles V. I.uehrmann, president of th
Charles T. Luehrinann Hardwood Lumber
Company, died at his home. No. 3 South
Grand avcuJi shortly before noon jester
day. I In had been In bad health for fvveral
jours, but was not seriously 111 until about
two weeks ago, when he began to fail rap
Idly. Sunday night he had a stroke of ia-raly.-.is
am' remained unconscious from that
time until he died.
Mr. Luehnrann was born In Germany In
CHAP.I.nS F. Lt'EHItMANN.
I:o Iio came to tb's country with his
parents wh. ii lie was 4 tais oil. first set
ll.iu ir. ehifiri.atl Af.er a bi.r r.od
at (-l'otil. he w.ui apjrr nt i'd t.i a iMH" i
ter. at wl Mi tiaJe he w 'rktd until he camo
to Si. IaiuIs, in IsiL Shortly Jlor his ar
rival In this city lie became, an active
partner in the firm of Worhelde. Luehrmann
& Co , proprietors of the Cass Avenuo Plan
ing Mills, on Cass avenue, between Eighth
and Ninth streets. He retained his interest
in the business for eleven years. In the Civil
War lie served in the Federal Army, rising
to the rank of Captain.
In Wi he embarked in the) lumber com
miss.on business, and In 10 changed thia
Into a hardwood lumber business, under tha
name id the Charles r. Luehrmann Haid
wuod Lumber Company. He retained actlva
control of his burtnes until live years ago.
since which time ho has been gradually
turning over the cart3 of the business to
Mr. Luehrmann leaves a widow, three
:ins and two daughters. Two of ttie sons
ure conducting the lumber business, and tho
other Is at sehook Mr. Luehrmann was
prominent as a number of the various lum
The funeral will take place Thursday nft-ernt-on
from the tamily lesldcnce. The burial
wl I be in Trinity Cemticry. Services at tho
house will be conducted by the llevcrer.d
Doctor Wangerm and the Ucverend W. P.
Sach- of the English Evangelical Lutheran
Church of Our Hedecmer. Tho palluearers
have not yet been (.elected.
Correct Forms of Wrddlnjr Invitations
Are assured when ordered at Meimod &
Jaccard's. socb'iy stationers, Itroadway and
locust, 100 finest engraved calling cards
anil plate, tl 60; 1(0 cards from plate, I.
lln(eor eample$ and price), ila.led frtr.
RUN OVER BY HIS OWN WAGON.
Teamster Badly Injured While
Tryiug to Stop Runaway.
15y nttemptlng to slop a runaway at :
o'clock ".estorday afternoon at Newstead
and Duncan avmues, Joseph Schlcrath of
No. CIS Manchester avenue was knocked
down by one of the mules attached to tho
w.scon. run over and perlously injured. Ills
injuries eonsist of five broken rlb", tvo
sculp wounds and internal injuries Docti.r
G. W. Hav rst.uk of No. Hal I,aeledc ave
nue Mild that his patient was In a eerlous
Schlerath Is employed by the Hanner Lum
ber Company. Yesterday afternoon his tca.n
of mules woj standing la front of tho com
pany's clHccs at New stead and Duncan ave
nues. They Lecarne frightened ut u pasuir.j
stnet tar aril made an attempt to run
awa Seiileith gratb-J the brl ilo of oi.o
of tho inuleb and was trampled bv tho ani
mal as h Tell to th ground. Tho vvhcul
of the heavily loaded wagun passed over
his body. Ho was removed to tils homo in
in crabulanco, accompanied by Olllcer Craig
of the Eighth District. Tha frightened mulej
were stopped after they had run a dlatanco
of two blocks.
LOW ItATES TO I) I. LAS.
Yin M., IC. Jt T. (Katy p'ljer),
Beptcmber 2-j. 5S, 50. October 3. 7, S. 10. Good
until October IS. See "Katy's" ticket agent.
LAMPS READY BY "NOVEMBER.
Streets Cannot All Be Lighted Be
fore That Time.
Tho entlro resUence district of the ci'y.
according to tha statement made yest-r-day
by D. J. Prendergnst, general Fuperln-tcndo-it
of the Welsbaeh Street Llgh lng !
Company, cannot bo lighted beforo Novem
ber 1. no matter how desirous his company
may ba to brin fulfilling lt.s contrut In
toto and regardless of whatever efforts it
may make to rerve tha public ot an earlitr .
Hy October 10 he hopes find expects to 1
have mora than half of tho ll.ew lamp3
,CJ? aItl'0"Sh ho will not give more
definite estinvua of the number and will
maca no positive etatoment. "Had my
company been awarded tho lighting con
tract on I'e-bruary f, by tho Municipal As
sembly, or In nny other season but UiK"
tialfl Xlr. lraml.mnn .....!. ,,. -- t.
or the city would hnvo been lighted oa
-Our contract does not oblige us to com
mence llghUng before January 1. We we-ra
very eager to finish our work in two
months, as that would have been an envi
able record, but we were unable to do to
because tha glass manufacturers had
trouble with their emplo3 and could not
supply the globes."
i e na,uhha lamps will b located In tho
w,?., i5-1" 1',n King's Highway
boulevard and the western city limits, For-S-.L
,?r a,:d t,"! southern city limits,
loo ,vu.) polea are in position and the
lamps will be Hghte-d at the rata of about
M each day after the next Installment of
globes arrives, which will be about Octo-
fca?...1'oren Park w111 be ''Bhted with 2S7
naphtha lamps. There are now about 2.700
gas lamp in ue.
c wcl'hach Lighting Company will
r.?e more than 110 men to attend to the.
lighting of tho lamps and to keep t.N-rn in
good condition, so that the service will not
deteriorate. A special superintendent will
be emp'oyed to supervise each district of
That bilious taste and los of appetite ars
cuickly cured by Hood's Sareaparilia. ar'
i.-'.i--.. .?.-;. . -'.
r t .; w
m Ladies' Tailoring Department
We Make Ladies' Clothing
lo Order at Popular Prices.
wmiiiwi mnnMini r ' r - i nrr n iiii.iniiiiniii iiw.ihwmbj -t' '
Case of JoM'ph Kiely Laid Before
Detective Keely, nt prercnt acting Acc's
anr Chief of Dete"tlves, mad.' upph a'ioT
jebterday for a warrant charging murtl r
in the first degree against Joseph Kitlv,
who is said to hive confes-el to the killi'ig
o' Emergt ncy 1'olletman Uuman IC M.i -Itae.
Assis-taat Prosecuting Attorney Ju. n
son said he wanted time to look t' e nnt-e-up
Ixiforu Issuing a warraut. Ha wild ho
would read the tran'a'rlpt of tha evlden o
at the. Coroner's inquest.
Kiehard Femck. vho Is in tho iintenti
nry. Fcrvlng a ten-vear cent' nr t r tbo
ipurd- r, prohsbiy will tie p.vd n ' An f'
f rf Is on foot to obtain exicj ve c tn
ency. A Fctv Lnrs OSIei's for llent,
Slnglo or en suite, on n-iond an J third
fliors of the Mtrmod &. Jaceard building, '
Itroadway and Locust. These t oms have
larae swinging plate-glass v.i..vv3 uit
able for vvholcsalo or retail business.
Mary Russland Has Not Seen Him
Since Her Infancy.
Chief of Police Campbell received a letter
jesterday from Mary Ilussland of No -.0
Wea't York street, Philadelphia, Pa.. le-
Questlng Information of her fattier, Frn-ot
Itussliind, and four sons, from whom si.e
was separated In her itiftmy.
bhe ?ajs sho was born In Lockport,
Worthlngton County. IVnnslvanla. tlr.rtj
llve 5 cars ago. When she wa.s an infant
she fays her father and hl.s four rons camo
West, leaving her at Iejokport, A f.w
jearj afterwards she heard they had bat
tled on a farm conducted hy his two broth
tr.s, near St. Louis. Sinca then she has
heard nothing of them.
RUN OVER BY HIS OWN ENGINE.
Conductor Olmstead's Leg Ampu
tated After Accide.ut.
Ed Olmstrad. conductor oa tho. "pusher
at Pacific, St. Louis County, was run over
by his own engine Sunday and his right
leg was cut eff above the nnklo. He was
taken on a tpecial train to tho Missouri
Pacific Hospital in this city, where it was
decided that amputation wna necessary.
Just how the accident occurred is not
known. The pusher was on a siding wait
ing for a through fi eight to pass by. and
when It did, the conductor called to the
nglneer to back up. Tho latter obeyed,
and knows no more save that in another
moment Oldstead cried that ha had been
The next Prescription for Malnrla,
Chills ani Fever la a tottle of Orov's Tasteless
CMU ToeIc. It Is elmr'r bin and quinine In a
taitele farm. No cure -na ray. 1'rk 0c.
Mrret I'nir 111 Keokuk.
Keokuk. la., Sept. 51. Tho rrogramtno o
the Keokuk Street Fair, Stptember 55 2,
follows: Opening day. 5S; Democratic diy.
with speech by Carter Harrison, 26; Itepub
Ucan day. t Itrt parade. 57. carnival ils.y,
with two street weddings, "ft, travelly;
IANHRNS NOW THE PROPER THING
, EN DARKEST SOUTH ST. LOUiS.
Absence of Street Lamps Causes the Revival of a Custom of
tha Good 0!d Times.
v f v
Down In the southwestern portion of St.
Louis, which Is In a state of Inky darknotw
thtso nights when the moon Is not out. the
residents escort their visitors t and from
tho street cars with Email lanterns. A
stranger happening down that way on Sun
day night, thought that he had a Fevero
attack of katzenjamnur. be-causo rver
whera he gazed he saw bright lights dancing
In the air and flittlrg nbout the streets.
When ho made a cautious InveaUgs-tion.
however, a cheerful voice sang out: "Don't
you want to get in tho wake of our light?
South of Magnolia avenua and west of
Grand avenue the streets aro like hills and
dales. On every s'de there are nice, soft
cliy banks and regular forests of tall weeds.
For theso blessings the residents of the
region are wishing that the city government
mlsht be tried In the nether world, so that
It might receive its due.
Persons were afraid to go to vielt down
there at night, and tbs residents Buffered
eto ra til -rd rvsr$
jFi tV.nV "Ci.A sse IS rj! ?.l 11 '" M'
m Htsi &-jM, ffii
TtIZ ORIGINAL WORQE3TERSrfr'fi
QBEWARE OF IMITATIOIS
Cencoissems all ov-ertho world vill tell ysa thatrSsirp ITisS, Meat?; Gmt, Gravfea,
Lobster F3hds, Wc!f h RarebiU end til prepared dishes are rasde mora sppetiria?
mid digestible if Sarortd with Le3 aid Perries' Saseo ; thi Since tha orisiail
Worcwtershire hss beta rrrovrisr; in popnbr f3vcr for ceneratisus.
Thlpjierattire Is on every bottle
I TO-DAY. f
8 QUICK MEAL
i BP-i'ie i.v--itTHT:.eT-vtWtgyli rj
arersMAft -mi"! jL-ay.1
rs-etii. TWO QVAUTIES
men s day with clos.r. ei
er s tow. I'r - i hoi ,s 13
durir- tao we
r i -s. :?. Crock
b''' nal rcun jn
Ftiiu Miikic Iloim.
Apcnts for Taj Stella, S raphonlon. Ite
fiina and thn finest Swiss boxes. Merrnod &.
Jaccard's. Broadway and locust,
SHOT HERFATHER IN A RAGE.
Killed Ilim for
Leavenworth, Kas.. Sept. 24 Anita Lutz,
age-J 18, shot and fatally wounded her
father. John Lutz. near Lansing, scuth of
here, because her father had sent her bro
ther ar.ay to school.
One bullet lodged In th abdomen and an
other in the right breast. Lutz will die.
AT CHATTANOOGA NEXT YEAR.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men Adjourn To Day.
De3 Moines, la., Sept. 51. At tho cession
to-day of the lirotherliood of Locomotlva
Firemen. Chattanooga. Tenn., was selected
frr holding the next meeting In 1SC
The two weeks' Fession will conclude to
morrow. ltrne,r Aenmed of llatortlon.
ItEITBLH"' hi UCUAK
Hannibal. .Mo.. Sept. 5J. John T. Hethcr
lln, an attorney c' Ashley, was arraigned
before United States Commissioner Moor
to-day, charged with having charred an
exrt sivo fee In obtaining a pension to"
Mlile F. Conlry of Tike County, and was
bound over In the sum of J.''.
r3T r "Sbv
actual Isolation until some bright joung
man hit upon the lantern idea. He hap
pened to see a small, handy lantern In the
city and ho bought It. When he returned
homj late nt night he lighted It and found
his way to his house without the customary
bruise he alwajs dressed before he re
tired. Some of his neighbors saw his lan
tern, of course, and when they knew all
about It they determined to provide Uiem
srlves with duplicates. Therefore, tho next
night there weto myriads of small lanl-uns
bobbing about on the streets.
Au enterprising storekeeper on Osage
street got a dozen of the lanterns and
placed them on tmle. There was such a
rush for them on Sunday morning that the
dealer had to invoke aid in keepnig the
peopl-,' quiet- Some very bright youngsters
are thinking of organizing a regular laa-t-rn
brigade to escort persons to and from
the cars at certain rates, like the link boys
In London do when the ton settles on the
V-t .- Hujntrfc "VciVre
(jfii TWO QVAUTIES ;")
JOZZVUHCAirs SO.VS. Agents.NeirYotJc
The filler is a combination of High Grade
Havana and Domestic Tobaccos.
They are appreciated by critical smokers because
this mixture produces the mild Havana aroma taste
without the depressing effect of heavy all Havana
Price, S225 per ICO,
r(nnrsp!rrs- i e a ps r t .
PETER HAUPTF.1AN TOBACCO CO., & I
Distributers, St. Louis.
Marcus Fcder. Cleveland, O., Manufacturer.
I am now readv to receive payment of CURRENT
REVENUE TAX BILL for 1900.
All persons paying same during the month of Sep
tember will be allowed a rebate on their CITY TAXES
at the rate of S per cent per annum.
CHAS. F. WENNEKER,
Collector of the Revenuo
Refuse Substitutes Get Genuine
, , ,.t..,. CHEAPEST
-..-vNaP because BESf
rJfTL-CJi for Floors fine!
tffyW I vi''.,i.... I.',
Makes old floors
U'rr tile cement
5?Color Card IJree. Address
516 Walnut St., St. Louis.
THEY NEVER FAIL TO CURE
Headache, Fevers, Heuralgia, etc.
CONTAIN NO nnOMOS Prl-a JO Centa.
En-cgtcts wdl rJer tacm for joa.
HAYNES WAS EXONERATED.
Coroner Held Shooting of jfaguire
Washington Ilaynes was exonerated yes
terday at the Coroner's Inquest for tho kill
ing of Francis Magulro last Wednesday
Haynes Is a St. LouU Transit Company
roaf oierse-er and Mtgulre formerly was a
motorman. Wednesday evening Magulre
became Involved in u dispute wltn n motor
man named Stone. Ilaynes attempted te
net the part of per''niei1'er nnd a second
tight ensued. In which both Megulre and
Haynes exchanged several shots. Haynes
was wounded tv.lcu In the left thigh and
Marjulre was killed, five bullets entering his
body. A verdict of "self-defense." was re
turned. one deaTejTagajnst many.
Claims That Combine Broke T'p
His Coal' Business.
A transcript was received yesterday st the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
from the United States Circuit Court of tho
Western District or Missoarl In the' case of
Samuel Hartman, against the Central Coal
and Coka Company and othtrs. Hartman
SMOKE THE BEST, ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
IT COSTS YOU NO MORE THAN INFERIOR BRANDS.
F. H. KICE M. o. CO., MAM-'rACTUHERS, ST. LOUIS, JJIO. UNION MADE.
The eTeesMre tie cf all t!n
lant. La ttey alcoholic or drrv.
resit velr cured tr a new cr
fr.. The cure I effected wtuioul PA ru It U
Not a substitute, bat on antidote, arl
t ' ij vp i cc stltutloa to a rr'.utt and vts''
ous cenit-ti. For full Information cat cr
e!-e tl II IIOOSK. Manager. Nartotism HorrhaL
I0!C Lucas Avenue, St. Louts. Its.
The renl xrrtrtti of
ourll.O .rinca com.
pared Trllh ulher
makes I. NS.flO. We
are the. largest maVers and
retailer of rcen' J.1SO
t aoe In ttie wor i. VV
make nl tell mors S3J9
ioes Itiaa any ct .er two
xnauaf aaarera in tne L. 6.
1 Thy do yoa p ay 5 f or
suocs wncu you can
THE KEASON raoro W. L. Doselas J3Z0
l'io- are sold then any other make la beejnia
AKE THE UUST lOIl MEN.
Mle of tbo Vt Imported
antl American leathers. Tbe
workmaaih'.p li unczcellel.
Tha tv!e Is e-iu.ll to $S00
eiaoes of other jnukM. Ill
fit like custom taa1 shoes.
They will out-rear two pairs
vf other makes at the tame
price that haro no reputation-
You cin safe 1 j" recom
ftend them to jonr frlead.
They pls?v eTtrrbody that
vears thero. tjPOOJjM wearer
Sent anywhtre for 33.75.
. L. UUUULAS of'
CO . Srrtkton,
CT I niTf? CTT"Vf-.rt.
3.50 SHOESJa'SS v, ,
r ri r rj r i'
m. a t s.
V1B Tr,V.l 9
let -stnl I ?v
C . i,i ' LiasJX JSfc
619-621 OLIVE STREET. A
IVliLLS & AVER1LL. i
Broailwsy and Pine.
Bell Mala 2197. O Klaloch B SIT.
Send a postal or telephone and wa
will call at your house for garments
and return thera to you prompUy.
Suits chemically cleaned and pressed,
JifJ; trousers. 10c. Impairing ani
deing done at moderato charges.
Hull Ores 5ults to rent for $2.30.
Is a coal dealer at Kansas City, Kas. Ha
nllegt 1 that tho defendants, comprising
several of the largest coal dealers In Kan
sas City. Mo., combined together, form
ing a trust. One ot the conditions for mem
bership, Hartman alleges, was that no firm
a member of the comblno should sell to a
firm not a member. Ha alleged, that by
these means his business was broken up
and asked for I13.W0 damages. A dectsloa
was re-turned last April In favor of Hart
men. LoTT-Ttnte excursions
Via MISSOURI PACIFIC ItAILWAY and
Il'.ON MOUNTAIN P.OLTE
To points in the West. Southwest and
houthenst at half rates, plus Ji for thu
round trip. Tickets on sale Tuesdaja Oc
tober Ind and lth, livO.