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7TTE REPTBLTC: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1000.
enrtr R J"
a IV $ & a " Er5 So Ba
For ihe Las! Week of Kiesei-
horsf Go.'s Big Sale of
Sever Eeforo Hays Such Low Pr!c3
and Easy Terms Been Kada on
It Is a Big Giearing-Cuf Sale of Odd
Siyiss in Ail Makas, Also
To Save a Goodly Sum in tlic Pur
chase of a Piano or Organ
Attend tlis Sale.
Only five more dais of the Kit-selhorst
Pb.no pun Krt.il .'learing-oat sale of
good lii. LI os
At tt.is s ilc J "an ve onr-tblrd to one
half il.o u-ual cost of a piano. All odd
i-tvles 'it ti. w pianos In all makes, all styles
of ntw piano to be discontinued from the
new . ..tuli gue and uew sample styles are
being c'os.d "Ut it half price
Nvci iwcw. has an opportunity like this
rrct-nte'l Itself, and It matter not wuetuer
sou want theTlnein f cabinet Brand upright
piano tl ilorouehly relUble milium
tirade or tt.e Iii'V1"1" c iscd cottage up
right, vou Rill Hud what you want at this
fHle and nt prices ou will not be able to
duplicate In )iars.
Elegant new cabinet Brands. ?r- and $fc.
Mahogany, golden oak and barl walnut
cases, best of mak(J-"Hhslra" and others--9
at 1S0 to C0 cash, or payments of $25
cash, $10 per niotth. buys them.
evra! "Hoval" and other pianos, new but
Httlo shopworn, ag' nts' price. Srr. to S2e;
cur sale imces, II M, $135 anil $-l. fuhy
guaranteed: cvsh or pajments. JW or JU
cash. J7 jr m. nth. buys them.
Have you seen the -frown' piano. with
Its many-toned orrhes-tnl attachment? Nu
merous at) las to Ijc closed out.
We offer handsome stvka of new pianos
that regularly sell at K50 and Ji for ?215.
!237 to .13; terms $35 cash. $19 i-er month,
buys them. ,
We ship an where to reliable peeiplo on
Easy payments. ,
Of all the upright piano.- offered for sale
to-ilay the "Kimball' Is the most desirable
to buy, on account of Its many improve
ments; It -nill last loncer and hole! Its Un
letter than an piano on the market a
rious styles of tho "Kimball" at greatest of
bargain prices. , ,
Do lou want a good used urrluht piano.
We havo a numb, r left th it will bo closed
cut nt half their real worth.
A nice oottage upright piano, $w ; another
one, $5, and still another . "rWcT
ins?" full Hie. :i35 "Emerson." largest -tee.
liko new. tliS. "Decker .t Son." $MJj "Kov
tl." best Ihey roaKe, fSo. "Kimball." preat
Good pq-:aro practice piano? "fhlrkerlnc"
K5; "Kmerson.- flue shape. JS: another. $j.
and others. Terms. $7 each, it l-er month.
Store open evening'' until S-.
Attend the role Orl ri.o more days.
KIESEUIORST I'l A NO O
No. U Olive St.
AT THE EXPOSITION.
JTissot's I'aintuifrs the Groat Fea
ture To-Day's rrogivumne.
Tlssot's palntmgs, dihcrlptivo of the life
of Christ, contmu-' the KadSnir attraction
nt the Kxpusitlon. and the sallery Is vitited
daily by admirins thronj?i. Interest i
specially maaifested by church people and
members of the clergy, and the manaR
jnent lias dt-cl-tcd to Rive a Tissot Day. the
date hai not et been apreed on. but tli'J
plan i? to Invite all the clergymen in and
ner St. Laiuls to come in a body as
guests -f the association.
AmoaK the features yesterday was tho
tinging .rf Msw. Jjicclle IVAlberti at tho
afternoon concert She was forced to re
UK, ml to se--ral encores.
Another f. ture was the larye attendance
of out-.if-town people. ne family of tht
lurnl'lied much amusemo-.t at the eveniaK
civc-rt by Uirr.bin? Into tho .at.i reserved.
ror the Ind and carefully tnsptctlne Mi.
Fej-moar and hlb pUyers tkhlle they weie
turning out a lively ras-tlme air. To-day s
llreh The Retail Gro-ir.' GyniII?r'?
rn.l Inf-rnal-e-Ska wSma
Illjrtit of tfKy'cl-le Air SUIr.
1 Tj 2 V. it.
Right of K'.-etrlc Air ShlR
- TO i 1 M
Overture-Xl-ic Mid...?.... ........EOenbenr
?sr Tur,4U": ' ..rv.i5f,ii.
lavann' -Ficrlt lo! XIV MrlBwa
liatfv Hours in OMiu.wn . k'1
Fomks iYom unwn.. . ......... hum
45 TU T:tt P. 1L
Marsh FIrt Mls-jari Rf.nvm- StrasjHu-Ker
nertun- The Birlr ..f . s ttl. . ..... ..Itaolal
Con P-.lo Oavatina from Kjbert JJi-
Mr H A. Ertlir.
EaHle The rt He-irt ri'"js raienoerg
iSiionior 1J;I !flne Siurii Tiar!s Kuakle
tlilutl! V. M.
fve-tur 1 Isx 5es ne" .tuir
.Vccal S"Io rvtvBtloa irim i:m.ml .........vwli
I:no. Iai"-:l PA'l-rtl.
Ittrodafl-iJ! anJ 1 arart- ilf- ,.ItnHJn"f
fccesss lroin lAenffrin. ........Warner
Pressure for Money to Move Crops
Is IJeiiig Felt 2ov.
Washington. Spt. St The pressure for
currtney for movinK the crops is bestnninjr
to bo felt. The Issues of Bold certlllcafs
by tlw Treasutr at various iwlnai In tho
South and t-t. In exchange for deposits
of sold In the New York Subtreasury by
banks on behalf of their country corre
rponibiits, are already Jl.OuO.'x-J moro than
ct the same tlmo last year.
These exchanges nave reached $4.9i5.C'0.
or which all but Si-.'O.O.O lias btcn 1: Sep
tember. New Orleans liaa taken ;.t.9o.noi)
la the new- gold certuicates. St. Iaiuiu f'&i.WO
and ChitaKO 0,uoj.
Tlitou aro not the only etchanKes belns
made In New York and Washington In or
der to Jul currency Into the country dis
tricts. A shipment of fl.V" in Mnall sil
ver cer'.ifliaies has Just been madv to t-t,
JaJUis in return for an eu'ial amount of gold
com surrendered to the Mew- Yurk Subtreas
ury. HAS NO COMPETITOR.
One ratent Jledletuo tVIilch Ilni the
Field to Jnclf.
A prominent physician was recently
tsked wn it was there are to many
.'blood purmers." "nerva tomca" and mt-ai-flnes
for every 111 eicpt ouo of tho most
common and annoying UisedStS. viz, piles.
He rejlieo, there aro two principal rea
sons: Jlrst. pliysiclaus and peopio in g n
eral have thougnt fur ycara that the onl
Jiermanent euro for piles w-as a surgical
cperatlon. and that medicinal preparations
ere simply palilatlves utid uot a. cure for
Another reason Is that piles, unliko man)
ctber diseases Js In no tense ui iinagiuary
trcuble. a sutforer from pile very
much aware or the fact and for ihi
reason the few pllo saUea aaid ointments.
etc. hae be-n short lived because the pa
tient very soon dlscoveied their worthles-
He continues: However, there Is a now
'lie remedy which, judging from lis popu
arity and .xlent of its saie. will soon tako
ha place of all other treatment for pilo
Jt has certainly mudo thousands of cures In
this obstinate diseaso and its merit, reji.-ai-fdly
tested, has made it famous among
jihyslcians and whereter Introduced. Tho
Jemedy is bold by druggists e-verjwhtro
tnder name of ryramid 1'ile Cure.
It Is in convenient, suppository form,
Coropo.-cd of i.rmltts astringents and h.al
Jng oils, givts .minedlato relief In all forms
H piles and a ladical luto without resort
tu the knife and without pain or intcrfer
tnce with dailj occupation.
Oce strong recommendation for the rem
td la tliat It contains no cocaine nor
fcplum and is absolutely safe to- ubu at any
Ono of the suppositories is applied at
right. Is absorbed and the cure Is natural
It permanently cures licl'Ing, Meedlne or
ptoirudlng piles, and i the onl remetly
except a dangerous surgical deration lliai
Vill do so. ,
AH druggists sell a complete treatment of
the suppositories tor S" cents and the 1'yra
ir.ld Drug Co. of Marshall. Jllih., will mall
fiee to any address a little book on cause
and cure of piles which may bo of asslst
ttace in chronic cases.
. uMI f
EIGHT KILLED IN
Tornado Struck Monistown With
out Warniii";. l.eavini: Heath
and Desolation I.ehind.
STRANGE FREAKS OF THE WIND.
Lifted a Ham and Set It Down on
a Sa'oun ".Si Wliieli Sixteen
IVrsons Wen (iiithereii
Seven Were Killed.
UlnneapolK ilinn.. S-pt. 21 - A sp.-.-l-l to
the Times from Faril,alt Minn, snvs:
Miucer delalU have u ri-ehei here of
a terrible ntaMrorhj- which vlsltd the villain-
.if Morristown, ten miles west of Ka-i-bault,
shortly tWo:e S o'cluck thto v"dng.
The village was struck by a tornado and a
barn was ratred in the air and dropped di
rectly on top of I'-iuJ U.itzke s iloon. wh- re
sixteen people took ref.e from th.' t.tnrm
The sttlotm (oIlapH.nl anl all lis ot t.i an.s
were buri.'d In the deb-Is.
Kight d.ad IhnIKs and three Injured i r
sons have been taken from the niln-' Tuc
JAKH WEA KR. Jlf.
FRANK 1'ITMAN of VT.terill.
II. 3. WAIT.
IJiWIS PITMAN. JR.
A barn belonging to R. I. 1a-pilell, wl1"
lives on the outklrt of the tllage. w i.-"
the first to lie destroyed, and it was ik '
the freak features of the storm. Th- barn
was picked up and carried a bloeis. l?i uig
the floor uninjured, with two nor-' st inil
inz on It. The building .i- c-tihcl.
From here the torm Jump 1 a block to
tho saloon of I'aul iutzke it-fore it it ached
the Uatzke s'a imn it jumped over a two
Mory building All the eiiple killed and
Injured In Jlorristown were in the saloon,
liaving hurriedly taken refuge there when
the storm was seen on the outskirts of the
The building was raised fmm Its founda
tion and crushed like an eggshell. Before
the building f.-H thr.e (teople managed to
escape. The other thirt--en were found in
the list of dead and Injured.
Several barns Here oestroyed. The first
fatality occurred btfore the village was
CRAWFORD'S FALL DISPLAY.
New and Artistic front ions In
Capes and .Millinery.
There were such bewildering displays of
finery at the fall opening at Crawford's on
Sixth street anl Washington avenue jes
terday that the women who flocked In all
day wfte In a quandary about choosing.
All the departments were prettily d-eiratid
with roA-s and smllax. and other autumn
dowers eni eloped the bright iloctrlo globes
'la Ihe second floor, where the Jacket,
cloak and millinery departments are- lo
cated, there wre Jut crowds of busy
shoppers. Anion.; tho ry latest of fashion
able gartntnts was a ladies' tailoi -made
gown, with a Mouse braided and stluhed in
many folds lth satin. Th-si.ug skirt was f
steii gores and had graieful tlares at tl.o
lottom. Tho little belt was of atln a:'i
tli- neat little pockets In the blouse were
covered with satin patches.
And there weie tight-litllng, low-bust
SSebellan tallor-mado rMicni. aim some w.'h
the latest squarr shields with slMeen but
tons In front, trimmed with French (ov
ert and having seven pUats. Their prices
range from JIJ.ro to $37.r". Beldes there
v.ere bo cats, which slop- to the waist
In back. Irteal of falling Ftraight as fash
Ion decreed last sea n. The very nob
blest sleeve Is call. 1 after U Hung Chans
It Is made entlrtlj of mirror ve.vet and
folds back. Th-re aie automobile coats,
with silk embroidery, anil 2"-inch Jackets
which took as dashing as anything In the
In the showcase on the Washington av-t-:iuo
side there I a display of attractive
millinery that ner fails n. catch the wom
en's eits. At ..riuus times v?tcrdav the
sidewalk was bei.Iy c-ngt sted. Tnere were
numbers f turhans. one had a gilt rim
with gold nnl chenille t-lmndngs and
brown panne The gilt band was laid in
many folds. The creation was crowned
with brown and cream pium-s Another
i.as of gray felt with white tlk fold and
gray and white plumes end .irnfunwit".
ir.e of the attr. Tive things in the win
diw was a real minx walking hat. nimmcd
with real lace and natural paradise and
rhinestone oniumi-nts. and there were
some Imported hats trimmed In black and
with white n, aline and blatk ostrich pom
poms. The most striking thing In the window,
however, was the figure ilrap.-l In a cap.'
of 1 lack pelisse elmir. trimmed with
ohen.lle. Ilie collar was a h-Kh MediL
The turban to inHtch was of wnn- malin-.
with cords of b!n k ch' nille. n:.d a long.
IJack ostrich plume. The ;..t is sold at
Male Impersonator to I'.e Tried in
KBITBUf SPKCT M,
rarkersburir, W. Va., Sept. :i The
bale-aa corpus procet-JIngs In tho case of
Kills Glenn, tho male ltrpersonator, who
has attained widespread notoriety because
of the sensational features cnnnecteil with
her arrest, was disposed o." by Jtide .lack
son in the t.'nltd Slates Circuit Court to
day. The petitioner was present in female
attire. Th re was a wonderful change In
her appeal ance since stie arrived hro In
Judge Jackson 'aid. when the case was
first brought before him. "I felt that the
prisoner should be discharged for tho rea
son that It appeared sho had been kid
naped from Illinois."
Tho case hae been somewhat delayed
because of the serious l!ln.-s of the pe
titioner, and It was not until after h. r
recottry that It argued and submitted.
Mie was released on bond and has kept
faith with the court by making her ai
peantnev this morning
Relieving that she will receive a fair
trial In th" State ourt. i: l.s ordered that
the Marshal of this district deliver her
into the eustody of the Sheriff of this
C'lunty. there to be ilfult with as the
Judge thinks right and proper.
lb rn at once eavo bono to appear for
trial in the Criminal Court Tuesday.
FORMER CONSUL IN TROUBLE.
Leon Hard Arrested at Ilnmburx
for Misappi-opriatiii"; Money.
Hamburg Sept. 21 Leon Hard, a Joriner
United Statrs Vice Consul here, was n n
tencd to-day to Ufteen months' Imprison
ment for misappropriating 23 .) m-irk. pan
of an Inheritance which he teeelvi'd for
two American women.
DR. PRESTON B. SCOTT DEAD.
Was I'residenl of Confederate
Army and Xavy Association.
Ioulsvlllc. Ky.. e-pt. 21. Doctor Preston
B. Scott, president of the Association of
rhysicfans and Surgeons of the Confeder
ate Army and Navy, died so-day, aged S.
John II Corlies,
Of Council lUulfs. la., writes: "t am a firm
believer In l'eruna. For three jears I suf
fcrl with severe trouble of the kidneys.
A course of l'eruna entirely relieved me of
all pains, and I am now in excellent
Caledonians Surprised J. W. Dick and Presented to Him a
Suite of Inlaid Mahogany Furniture.
President of the
T . lint. h I ' '-iv ' J tt Pi K i r "
Mi in of tin- "il. I i Ian S. hi v .-. tti
'h't.hnn fni a - ir;Tfs, t.iiiv t. r -1 'r-l l
him at his home. No. 51U- Vernon a nue,
Tne -'sariirlse" was lenderel by fellow
members of the society, and the-y left a me
nu nto of the event In the shape of a hand
some leather-cover d, lnl:ld mauogany
"den" suite, beautiful drapery and a stir
ring pit ture, "Scotland Forever." repre
senting the Scotts tlravs in their m mor
able harge at the battle of Waterloo.
Whl'e Mr. Dick was surprised t a cer
tain extent knowing nothing of the plans
urtil a few hours Iwfore they were put
in.o execution his wife was a pirty to the
se, ret, and had superintended the prepara
tion of a dinner which was served in the
parlor and .lining-room. Roth riv-tns were
handsomely decorated with Scottish, Amer
ican and Hritish flags, and with roses, car
nations and smlla.-;. Tliero were just fifty
of the roses, and they had lis n distributed
by Mr. Pick's daughters, Mls Ida and tiny
4-vear-old Uertruile, who. with Mrs. Kick,
as-ited the Cab donian's president In re
ceiving his gue-ts. Miss ISertrude claimeil
and was grant.il :i prominent part In the
pnieeedi'igs on the ground that she was
"ju-t two ilas older than her father," her
blrthd-iy having oecurnd Saturday.
The presentation of the suite was made
by Doctor W. A MrCandloss. and In tho
course of his speech he referrt -1 to Mr.
Pick's, ago a.s "that point In the life of a
MISS BARROWS NOW AN ASSISTANT
IN EAST ST. LOUIS PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Miss Hcssie M Harrows of Alt.a Fits.. 1
residence sulxllvlslon of liist St. Louis, is
now second assistant librarian at the K .st
St. Louis Publl: Library.
Her appointment was made at the last
rae-tlnK of the Library Hoard, and she lock
her position yest. rday. The uj pi uitme-it
1 generally c.insidered as the bi.st th
hoard could make.
Miss liarrowa Is a graduate of the E-t
St. Iouis High School. After her s-ra iu i
t!on she undertook the studv of flocutl- '.
and t'i-atriial vrork and app-ared hum" '
ful:;- In -veral heavy plays Ibr ta'i i.
in elocution Is of more than lot., I rtnw.
She has spent much time In vatu.us llbr -ries.
a:id thuu has become familiar not oiilv
with the work- of the various authors, 1 r
al-o with the technicalities f library w rk
V.'hen Miss Myra Gray resign. 1 htr p 'sb!
in the library to be marrle.i, many appli .i
tlons were laid before the Library Cotr-l
Some cf Ihese had wele-htv indursem- n-.s
Mist narrirwss appllcatbn men iy set-wh-et
sho could do.
Sovera! weeks wet spenf bv the mftnli-:
of the Library Hoard looking into the m : -Its
of the various candidates and ttie . s
Ion wi.s unanimously reach! at the la
meeting that Miss Harrows shouM be a-,-Iiointed.
Miss llarro?.-? was kpt busr ji st.nl iy
receiving tho con&ratul.itlous of her
SPECIAL SESSION CALLED.
.Mayor Coiivene the Asscnilily to
Approve Street Lettinys.
A siiecinl sessioti of the Municipal A--bkiiMj-
for mt Friday .iftern.ion was
i-al'ed yestenl-iy by Major Zieg, nheln. at
the request of Str.'et Commissioner Var
relminn. The object of the meeting Is to
have the City Council approve the let
tings for certain street Improvements whien
Mr. Varrelmann desires to have Uniched
The streets to bo Improved aro I nlon
lKiuIevaid a.tween Delmar boulivard and
1-istoii avenue; Jefferson iventie- lietwe. n
Market stu i and Washington avenue;
fowa avenue bctw.en Magnolia avenue and
Sidmy t-tret. and Lombard street fiom
Fourth str.et to llroadvvay. The Lombard
str.et omtract will not come before mo
Council. lvause the ItaKir.1 of I'ubllc Im
provements, at its last meeting, njecttd
It is 'understood that no other business
Is. scheduled Cor the sis:!.-!! s.ssioa. The
( ity Council Is the only bodj rtsiiilred to
approve the ln.nds and lettings, but ;he
House of Iieg:ites hu also bfeii sum
moned l-cau.se the Charter does not pro
vids for the cotivetdng of one brunch with
out" the oth. r. The Municipal Assimblj,
after acting on the si-.sial business, prob
abl will adjourn t'i nvet on o.tob. r 9. the
date set previous to the adjournment for
the summer vacation. ,,
Mnv-or X.-egenheln's ,nptnes in Is
suing the Munitions tor the assembling d
the Munlcljal Ac's, mbl.v to Indorse omd'
and contracts for ordlnarj street Improve
ments was senerallv contrast.sl yesteroay
In the City Hall with his aparent lack of
Interest In municipal affairs when the
lighting question was pending, a vitally lm
isirtant measure, as rn-tntly demonstrated
while- nearly half the city has reposed In
HIS NERVE FAILED HIM.
Shot His Sweetheart by Agree
ment, but Couldn't Kill Himself.
Hamilton. Ontario. Sept. 21 G'-orgo Pear
son, the companion of Annie Grit.in. who
was shot and kllb-d I-it night while driv
ing from Watertown. has confessed to tne.
murder, and U now lodged In Jail
He sajs that he shot Miss Grlllin twlco
tlmmch the head. Pearson at first paid
that two men driving past In a rig had j
done the died, but, on being closclv fjues. j
tiomM by the police, he broke down ami sain
that the girl and be had made up their
mlnd.s to kill themselves, and he shot her
and then attempttd suicide, bu. his .nerve,
. Hit k.
s 'i1" 'iiu n whrre the -hadfVs lirt 1 eIn
i o. i t.-wirl -be (asr H, viied tho
s. ntim.ni i.f th gui sis wh, n he ciapred
Mr. I'l'k on the slnulder and told him ho
might be sure that the remembrance, hand
some as It was. but jmrlry vohed the
friendship that his fellow Scotchmen felt
Mr. Dick .was preiarlng to r.ply when
Doctor l'orteotis tarteil ihe sung, "i'or He
I a J.rily Good 1'ellow." everybody t x
ctpt Mr Dick Joining In. and It was not
until the son; was endul and three rout
ing ch. ets had followed It tint he was
allowed to proceed. Mr. Dirk opressmi his
appreciation of the hor.or done him In a
eb-ver little speech, and then Invited the
Cahdonlans to tho dining-rooms. The
guests marched dovvnsbiirs to the tune of
"Jolly Good Fellow."
After the dinner hid ben thoroughly
dUiUK-cd, a few short eochi. wtro nuue.
Those who were present we-ru:
IKx-lur W. A. MoCand- I. C. Rlnkle.
I'ss, J ins M its'ash
Join- cirint, I.-xaniifr M ll'unrc-
w il. I", rtrisjs. t b. Hocensen.
r. i -r M. !iob.jn. 1. 1 Irtcr.
I K lUrrl... ennrad lludke.
Jime;il!.in. 31 p. Una.
V. e (irant. lilwsrd .N McKay,
J..hn HentiMt'i, j K L.ten
lVt.Tj.Orey. I MrKa;
J. ha ilaellr Ilob-rt Dlek.
Ji hn Al.-.m.!cr. Jr,mi" JI Mitrrrlar.d,
Wiillam Zlardoch. J A Graham
V E l-wniMroa. J il Durham.
J A Anittrs4io, 1'ran Ames,
Jfcires Wtl .n. Gtittrt Ames,
31 JClrkwt.nl. ;orpe Smith.
Mls..s I'.i.SMI. l'.AKIlOWS,
Apjiolntcd Stsv-oihl Assbtant to tlie Kast
St. I.mi.s I'lilillc I.llinirr.
The Case Against 'Jiiif Howard
(iocs to the .Jury.
i:i:i I'lti.it spueiAi.
Prankfort. K . Sept. 21. The, trlil of
"Jim" Howftrd f.r the murder of William
Goebel has In en productlv. of some !n
ti resting and sens-atioral tetvtlmony, but the
Hin-. was eap;ed to-day. vheri one of the
alibi witn.ss.", swore he had talked with
Governor Gocbel sine.- lilt, de-itli. The wit
ness vas John Told, a merchant, anil broth
er of J. McKeazle Todd, (f.ivtrnor Taylor's
private secretary. His testimony In re
laittal w..s relatively unimportant, ami he
was pa.ss.t.1 fur crms-c..am!r.ntIon.
The attorneys for the prosecution asked
but one tiucstton of T.hM: "Did ou say to
Representative C. A. Nelson and Doctor A.
S. Dinion within the last week that you
had talked to HUP Coebel since his death?"
linked Atlorney Willlnirs
"Yes. yjr: i have talk.d to him and told
tl.tm so."' answered Todd. "Ymi rju) stn.id
aside." sab) Attorney Williams.
The witness Is a Spiritualist.
The ease will go to the Juiy to-morrow.
Carles Little, Howaids atlornej, :n liLs
argunivnt this afternoon prespd for hts
client the iM-lief that Geeb, 1 was shot fr m
the oll'.ce of the Secretary of State, but
that Howard was not guiltv. biendlng ujsjn
the alibi evidence to at dull him. 'ongres
man W. C Owens closid the ease or ,he
defense to-night, and Judge Williams will
conclude for the pnfcutloq to-moTow .
Judge Cantrlll gave only two Instructions
to the jurv. In substance, as follows:
"First To be found guiltj If the Jury be
lieves Howard fired the shot, or. If he was
present when Youtsey. Uerry, Howard or
othtr-. tired the tiiot.
"Second The defendant cannot be con
victed on the testimony of an accomplice."
WILL USE STEAM COAL.
Hritish Warships at Halifax to
Halifax. Nova Scotia, Sept. 21. Owing
partly to the scarcity of Nova Scotia coal
In Halifax, an order for 2.OJ0 tons of steam
coal has been placed In Virginia for Im
mediate delivery for the use of the Brit
ish warships making their headquarters In
The partial failure of the supply of Welsh
coal for tho Navy has also caused tho
admiralty to direct experiments to bo mado
with other coal.
ftt -s.?iSJSif ' & c&
IN THE CITY.
HCIin OF TRl'ST-The c Lang Shoo
Compny of No BIS Olive rtr.et v.stt.uai
gav- a . halt. I deed of trust f..r .1 1 Si'i to
li.rnard '. ialmunds. irti-t' '..r u, J .htt
Meier Shoe Company and other crt 'ttor;
COM US in:LI RY THK CoRiinhr Cur
oner I Jod h. id an Inquest j.st r lav n j
IskIj of August Sehmlttgen, wlo was sh '
b John Combs In a light at th. f f
llr.meti av. nue Satuplai iiIbIii '' mb
was held on a verdict of homb ; '
INCORPORATED-Articles of in. .,rp'"-1-tlon
were til. .1 m .erda.v with tie lb- or i. r
of D. .sis b the Ootljear I;ubor i' iinp.iu.
The- concn has a paid-up tapital of S-.V-o,
divided into 2T har.s ,.f $ii. .-a. b
Tlmothv .Mulfoid holds I share John M.
Miller I. George 1! Theimpon 2. Fred, r-b-k
Sbejiktni 121. and Frcd.ruk S. Mluott
POKER GAMi: RMDHD-lietetl-.e Mc
Grath and elbvrs Hart and (iCoimtll :. 1
. il a ixi'vcr gam. la the r. ar .it .Mor-ls
IVinl-rg'.s sc loon, Flghth and --h
stret ts. last nlg'it I". .nberg. Phil i: mm n
of No 2ttn Iltilger s:.,,i, and II try
Sivartz.r of Tenth and olive strte.s w re
WARRANT FOR IloTKL-KEriPKR-s-slstnut
Prosecuting Attorne Johns in .s
pued a warrant yesterday agaitist WHlnm
13. lilam. proprietor of tiit Umpire llot.l
at Re. iiui'.nt and Olive streets, ihargmg
him with k eping an luiiuo-al re... rt I he
Hi'iplro Hotel was raided bv tlie (Mdlee Sat
INQFHST OF FIRICMAN O'liKiKN-Deputy
"oroner Drechsler oimn..,id an in
quest jester.lay on John O Hr!t a. the fire
man who was killed by a fall off a ladd T
nt the fire at Twentieth and Morg.n streets
Thursday night Recatise of the rush of
bsine-s in th. Coroner's otliee tt was n c
esary to eon'lc.tie th. hearing until to-lay.
RORKRT VIRN MISIN1 ueust Men
Cf No Jl? Kspelischled street Jesleplay re
ipi ste.1 tho police io search for his son
Rooert. 15 .-.irs old. -.vho .bs.ipp arcl f- ra
home on e,ne---daj. lie is te-crited .s
lM-ing smrll for his age. has Til t la ...d
gra.v eyes Uri-n la" t s-.1 lie ,r i ila-k
s. ick suit, blue calice. shirt and brown Fe
QFAHItKI.KD WITH MOTHnil-Wnlion
Howard was lined J1)M in the S. . ..nil ' -tret
Police Court ..s,rd,ty for elistieb i g
Hi- pe-a of his mother. .'Irs ll.scle How
ard, of No. ls; fair street, lb w-.tid. Il i
ill. gesl, r'Uarr. led with his mother Sunday
evening, and threw a btmp at her. Mrs
Howard pleaded wli'i Judge V.'lsiiz-nus not
t. send her son to the Workhouse, but tho
ourt woulel not stay the linei.
GASOLINC STOVi: UXPIiDF.D-Mrs.
Ruby Line e.f N". HIT North SiMeeinh
strict was almost deluged with lire jest, r-d.-ty
morning 1 y the e! !o-..ii: .. her gaso
line .sluve. Adolnh Tdeilv.s. who lives at
No. 1711 Wash str.-el. turml li. tl'r alarm,
then retur'nil and selzisl the lUiulag st ve
and can led It Into th y-ird. I.th Mrs
Iine -ind M lives e-seaoesi unscath .1. The
lain i g. b. tl. building and furniture
urroui.ted to $li
SALVATION ARMY FRoTIVAL The
Salvation Army headquarters at N". HIS
1 r..:'iKli:i avtnuo are ielng decorated m
preiaratlon for the annual eelebration of
the Harvest Festival, which will t.k place
this eur from S plumber 29 Io O-ioler .'.
On thin occasion. It Is tho custom nt the
frlen-is of tho army to make contributions
commemorative of the season, and eif its
jiiii-a! ceiei-raiion. I'ounry, gar.ten prot
ue. fruit, even live stOek, wilt be dis
played In the barracks.
TO GIYH RXHIRITION DRILLS In
prtp-irailon for the eomteiitive dri'l- which
nre to be held in th.- Coliseum n-t we.k
the Drumine.pd Guards, who are known as
Company D. will give an exhibition drill oi
I rldav evening nt the Armorv Captain Ld
II Murphy commands, and the IJ. utenants
are Idl p Somniers and Joseph Fnr.ir. The
Naval Millll.i. Section No. 1. of Missouri,
will give an exhlbltlcn drill nt the Armory
to-night The me mliers will be In uniform.
They v. I!! participate in the- exhlliitlon drill
at the Coliseum.
WANTED IN HAST ST. LOFIS-Tom
Williams, a n- grei, arresttsl in the Fourt.i
District on a charge of l;!ng a ftiv-ltlve
from justice, is linked tip at the Four
Courts He Is eal.l to be v anted In Faist
St Louis for cutting otto W. tzei. He savs
he will return without requisition pai.ers.
Wetzel llv.-s at No 101 Courtland place
Last St Lo.ilz. He is foreman of tlie Sil. a
Works and because ha discharged William -s
rue time ago, tho n gro wavi.ud and
stablieel him las: Thursday evening.
PHOT HIMSKLF ACriDRNTALI.Y-Prn-bitlonarv
I'mmlinan Alphonse Geraghtv . f
tho Ninth District Is cuitflne d to his home
at No. s5 Ca-i avenue with a gun.shu
wound In the right leg. While at supp-'
Sunday evenlnr. be attempt' d to chang
his n'volver from his hip ixcket to his coat
pocket In doing so he let it fall to th
floor It was iiivcrargcd and the I .ill ph-rced
his right I. below the knee. He walk u
to the Mullnnphy Hos; lial. where the
wound was dressed, after wh'cli he re
turned to his hvrrv.
THROWN FROM 151'GGY -While Mr. end
Mr- Nahola.5 S hrovder of Net 22(C South
'I.V'lfth 'treet and th.-lr little (.rani hill
vvr. driving In Toer Grove Pirk yeter
.' v af ti rn.n their horse 1cRine 'fricht-
r I vel.ile Mr Sehroede- vvas out if the
1 -si : '.ting a gl iss of water. The :rlm.:l
sw.i.e s'li'.bnl.v to the right, up-.ettin
i rig and hi.rllng .he .h upa.-iu to th
- .in t .Mr- S'-hree-der'sark' w is snraln'sl
. J -he . ,s bi-u-.t. I al)o-Jt the body. The
31 . Ii h.ld v.-.-is uninjun.l.
e-APTI RF.D A WAT-CM THIF-Frank
! i. rs of No. 11'. Ce.lar street is kK-Ked 1'p
at tt.e Four .."rts . n a w a. rant ch,.rglg
him with robb rv In the first devres- Il is
ill. gt 1 that he im Id up Jo n Kmst. -i tlr
in n at the Ciij Ins.-iv lum. at I o'clock
-.- av Morning i-:rnet was walking In
Ci'i' -tr.et nei.r Rreudway. when a man
,is . d him v..iat time it was. Krnst pulled
.at hi- wiap'li 'o -t. Forthw'th the mm
sii'ttch- d f ai'd took to his li els. polic
inaii Kceiini overumk the fug.t've at Third
anl iMir streets. The wulch was lit his
FoiGRT OVFR A II T-Wllllam Few. a
in gro. 21 v.1..' ol.i, .mpluved as a rousta
Ismt em a wli:.flKMt own.-d by the Missis
sippi Valley Tr Ulster f.n:pan. is at tlie
Cm Hospital suffering frein several dun
g. rous stab won. ids liillic-.d veertlay atter
O" n by .1.1'itlti r nee-. i n imcd Marl.'.n Rol
lins, who s now under arrest Ko and
Rollins wire lio.h em.ioitd .-i the whstf
boat The foretmn of 'In lioat, Jhr o Con
mil di-.'harged Fox. ind be crab!s. (Vi'iiti
llell's hat and stati.s! up iwl, ;.. Roll. as
cave tl.ase ar.d caught r"e at Live and
Lira str.et. V fight is'tw.vn the two ful-
IN THE COUNTY.
Dramshop licenses were issued at Clay
ton yesterdai to J. A. Meyers ,yf l'ark. Wil
liam Z.,ST of luiidv.ln. llenry s.0hnstz
meer of Sismlsh I.;ke and W Inhilm llros.
Judge Thomas F. Ackcrman lieadeil a
delegation of citizens from Glence that
appeared before the County e-.oirt vtst.r
ela and asked that the reward for the mur
d. rtr of Mrs Eliznb. th Sm.th. tvho was
rhokcil to death on Septemlier 9 at thit
plii'e. be Increased to j!ii. Thev said thHt
th" !on!e of that section of the numrj
Were still thoronghlv determined that )'r.
Smith's !ajtt should le brought to Justice
and thought that ai addltt..n:il i.-unrd
would lie futthir Incentive to tho'e who are
now working- on the ease
Fr.sl Rrl.e and Homer Hayes, two Hald
wln youths, ot lute, a .-euftle Sun.liv hit
the possession eif a revolver. The utaion
was discharged and a bi.II.-t lodeil in
Hrkc's left leg The Injury Is v.- seri
ous. Krlte 1 the s. n of a w.althy iner
ehant tn Baldwin.
llenry Marshall and John Clifford were
committed to the County Jail esienlav for
shooting craps. Thty were arr. sud at De
lb ellntnont Sunday afternoon after a run
ning light with Constalle Timme.rinncn
mill aulicc oi tne teuce William li Oiler. I
In which sivcral shots were ftrhniiFmi I
The Republltan Ctamty Central Com
mittee held a meeting in Clayton jesterday
and completed arrangements for the cam
paign In the courty this tall. Two rallies
will be held In each township as follows
Ronhomiae Township, Manchester, o. tuber
12. Ktrkwond. Novemltr 3. Central. Mrat
man, November 3; Webster Groves, Octo
ber 22: Carond.let. Kas-.b:ium. Ot lober 27;
M'hlvllle, Octobtr 9, Merarr.ec. Grove, o. to.
b-r 2ti. Alleiitem. Octoler 2H: St. Ferdln-ind,
Ilrlilxeton, Ocol..-r 17; Ferguson. Oetoltr
31. Precinct meetings will be held a Rig
Rend nnd Melrose next Saturday night to
elect Central Committeemen to succeed A.
K. L. Gardner and I'M Hencken.
Edward M. Tallls obtained a decree of
divorce jestcrdiy in the Ciavton circuit
Court from his wife, Man M. Tallls The
c. uple marries! May 2. IMd. and separated
June 13. lSun The plaintiff's allegation was
that his wife married Peter Rlngheim in
Macon County. Illinois, on November lfUsv,,
ard had not obtained a divorce from him
when he was marries! the second time.
The wills eif George Renneberg of AI
lenton, Henry Nlebrugge of Altheim and
Henrietta Frlese 0f O'Neill vvero filed In
the Clayton Probate Court yesterday. Mr.
Renneberg left 11 each to his daughters,
jjm Wencler. Ida and Louise Rennoberir
niiTimTT-rnmni-ji in ai. nm
I The Burlington Route has been a steady pioneer
in the opening of the West. Of its S,000 miles of
road, 3,600 miles have been buiSt west of the Missouri
i River. Its new Guernsey, Wyoming line opens for
I settlement and increase of values a belt of country
150 miles long, viz:
1. A vast grazing area.
2. A 100-mile stretch of land now under irrigation.
3. A mining and industrial region near Guernsey,
In the development or this new country history
will repeat itself. It is another chance for the man who
seeks independence. Excursions October 2d and lGth.
riptive mat'er sent free upon application to the General Passerger Agent, Eur
lllip'"., 1! ,ute. till line Str.-i t. St. I.ouis
For merchant or mechanic skilled,
Every want is quickly filled
With a Republic
taki: Yon: als to n::ari:st dkfg storz
and his s ,n Rudolph R nneberg. and a
tlf'--ere homest,,(d to another son. George
L. nneberg. on eo-iditl' n th it he assume an
Iriiebtt vines, of jl.uu and pa) H.au to his
u oth. r. Ji hauna Ktnr.ettr;. Mr. ?Jiebru'--ge
I ft hM of his prop, rtv to his wife.
After h.r death. tH a. r -s of land in Illi
nois i. Ims-;ii. -.tlesl to a .-on. William Nle
bruege. on ct ndition that he piy fl.i to
tl.e ilul.l-.il of Wilhtmina Relnke. To an
other son. Joiei R. Nlebrugte. Is lie
qtieath. d 19 acres of lanel In St. Louis
Coun-y n c i d':! b 'nat he pay $U0 to
the hlldrer of Wlth.'lrnin.i Ittinke. To his
il imthter. lfotl.v Reinke. he besmeathe.1
sisty ... i.s .-.f la-id Mrs J-rie,,- divldeil
her pr.ip.rlv b-'etn h.r .laughters, Mary
Wehm.ier anil Anna AJlbe;rt.
BARON'S PECULIAR WILL
Son Ketjuiivd to l!e in rnited
Slates,' Employ Five Years.
Ha hinsu,n, Sipt. 21. Representative
Greuvennr of OM... during his resrent vi-lt
to Luroi. had oe-casion to investigate on
of the in. st ineiiitar uill cases that ever
came t his notice as a practitioner. It
mv. ves the ai.-isltion of an estate valued
at h.i".'jW and an ancient German Itaronei
e. The iKir to thin i rop. rty was known
a ft.v ,veks age. a.s a watchman In tho
United Ct-nsiiH oiliee.
Fredtruk von Aiuegge was born in Ger
many tturtv -eight jv.irs ago. lb- was t 'e
onlj son .a l.aroa voa Mi.tgge. and, i onse
qu. r.tl, the belt to ihe I'nniei.se ancestral
.slates. He started out to see tne world
whe a II years old and visited in liurope.
tlnaily shipping as a cabin boy on a vessel
I. cud irom Liverpool tor South Africa.
In the meimiuie the old llaron m'ido
every iifort to g. t his boy to return home
and after three tears of wandering the
. ung man dis i.ie.i to settle down. He te
l .men to his laih.r.s . stite, but he seien
bes-ame rest 'vs. mid- r restraint and again
lett Gcritiaiiv. and. according to his own
stittii.ePt. went to India.
'Ihe. father had. in the meantime, tried
to keep irai I; of his boy nnd always as
sisted him tlnanckvlly. A second appeal was
Made to him to return home. He ubetcvl
the ple-a of h. now aged father. Alter
remaining at hoire for about a year, he
sudil.ni left for Ainrrlea.
He t-uveiisl irom place to place In the
I'nted stalt s. and while In Ohio alsmt four
v.ars ago ne met Repre-entative Gros
vnior. who became areatlv Intcrestetl In
him. The n-sult ef tins acquaintance was
thit von Mugge seemed a po-itlon In the
l'lterur 1 ep..rtmint. He retained the isi
stti. i. until the organization of the Census
Lari.it:. when he was tra.isterrtd aj, a
Raron on Mu-gge ellisl In the meantime.
He learned that hi.i soli was in the servic"
of the Goverrmer.t of the Fr.lte il Stale-, and
bell, v.d that his runuwav had settled down.
In mil.ine his will he s.ipui.tcl that when
the son h.d remaineil in the servb-e of th -Govtrrrier.i
ti ' live enrs a 1 of the ances
tral .st. .le s.houi.i r.vert to him.
o.i MU'Kce, so it is stated, a fristuent
ly re-j rim.-rol.-.I wm'e In the Interior De
Isirfirent. and vas only retained there
trr. ugh the mflu"ue of Mr. Grosvinor.
Aft. r IhIc transferred to the CmMis of
tt' e hi is mi 1 to have been guilty of
br.i.'ii. s of ..Iscipliue and wis finally dls
ca.irged. His oai friend. Repn-sentatlv
Gr svener. immedi ite.j- ebt ired for him a
position in the .nt. rn il Ibverue strvl'e.
ai"i he Is nvv staiKired In n town la Ohio
Ri res. ntatlw Gro-venor savs at the e-c-p;ra.n
of a yeer more he will have fillf !
tn. I'Sjuirements o. the will antl will then
come in.o iHtSMSsI.u of tho estates In Ger
mane. IN HISTORIC WATERS.
Naval Maneaveis: to Work Out I'e
feiise of Xarra;j-.inselt I lay.
i.m eei i pppiai..
New York. Sept. 21 ?Caval maneuvers to
wor.i out the tlefe:e e." Narrag'insett Ray
will li !iM In historic waters this week.
Th first overt act In the great drama
which sepan'ted the Colonic- from Great
Pittatn was cemniltt.il at Newport In 17t3.
in the iles.rucli.tn of his ltritannic MaJ
istv'w armed sl.e.o. lberlj.
"he harbor if Newport was etccupled by
itriti-,1 stps fa- severitl e-ars previous to
tietual hosiiliti.s tor the iuiiose of enfor
cing the levcmie' laws and sustaining the
aiitn.it at "f the Kirg over his rebellious
subjet ts. Put after the de.-trti- tlon of the
ship l.ibc-tv. and as the ho-tilit.v of tin
e'olonlsis liegan to develop, the number of
sills increased and a' last a whole sauad
iiiii under Admiral Wallace was stationed
in th- b.
Wallace threatened to tiro uim the town
unl.ss the Inhabitants suptilie I his shls
with ; ravli..ivs. Tne Hritish Admiral had
I session of the hnrlsr until the spring of
177S. v.l i m a fbit of American galleys and
the erecti'-ti of batteries on shore com
ix lied him to ltlve.
ub(q..i nttj another ISrltl'h tleet came
tn Nevvpeit. but lound II Imjiosslble to
bto'k.nle the !ort, and so the Am. rlcati
ftlv.it' s and pilvattsrs at anchor here man
aged to tsai 1'here weie twelve P.riti-h
ships of fie- 'int and two frigates in the
lia) In November. I7TS. Tne English sent
1 arties up tne liver to destroy American
boats inu succeeded This li. t was driven
off l.j a Pre li. h fleet.
The Kt'ghh guns comman'leti Newisirt In
I.iee-einb r. 177 s. The Frin-h lbs t. which
had Ik'cii driven to sea In a great storm, re
turned to the hnrbor dlsab'ed, but would
Hot enter un.br the guns of the Itritlsh.
7ine hundred dwellings, besides vv nrehou-.es.
Were destroy il bv the Ellg'lsh.
Grt-tt was the Jov ..f the Ncwieirters wh-n
a Frein n lleet aiuh' red in the bay In July.
lTSv. after the evactitlon of the town by
mi.ui itvrri.i: acciiirnt.
Newport. R. I- Sept. 21. Midnight. Ore
aecid-nt iwcurreel to-night during the sham
battle of the American warships. The tor
that the use of
l--EtEvr during pregnan
cv robs confinement of nil radn and danger, and insures
safetv- to mother and child. This scientiLC liniment is a
trrvt.Anit to alt tcimitn at the tietr of their EIQIt Critical
ordeal. Not or.l does Mother's FsinjeD carry woman safely
through the perils of child-birth, but its ue gently prepares the
system for the coming event, prevents "morning sickness," aad
tther discomforts of this period. Sold by all dragaiits at Jto jr
bottle Send for f ie booklet to Tue Bkadhluj ItJ.cuLa.roa Co ,
flOilS A lilS
St. Iuilsi. September .1. 10.
To Whiim It May Cone, rn Know Yo:
That by virtue of the iower and au
thority in me. the undersigned. Henrv Zlo
genhein. Mayor of the City of St. l.ouis.
vested. I do hereby call the Municipal As
sembly of said city li. siieeinl session, to bo
held In th. respective chambers of the
branches of said Assembly, In the City Hall,
in said Ciiv .jr St. Leiuis. on Fridaj. S p
tember 2. ll'H at the hour of five o'ebw k
p. m.. for the punn'-e of consi ! ring and
a. ting ujkii such matters and objects a.i
shall Is; siss-Iai stated to sai.1 Assembly
wh.n nssemh!, ,1
I In witness whereof. I. Henry Ziegenhcln.
-i: vor oi ti'e t it t oi -t i -is, nave nere
unto set my hand and caus:u the .itllclal
s.a! of s-ild Ct-y of St. Louis to be a'llied,
attest, d by Henry Hesch. the City Rt "ter,
on this, the 21th da of Sentemb.r. IWO.
(Seal) HENRY ZlEl5ENIIF:iX.
Mayor of the- City of St. Iuls.
Iiti I1 Ciron.ff Inrir Ir H Vreit:t'r CaratlT"
Vuf'tlrpI cure .Nertotii IVbU tt. rcirtf Aaks. LjM
iUnh.x-I r tnr ilc rrtuIir r Iroia utiful rrtr at
ritr'Ji fronitoto en la oeaml rvoatutlr
itrrtiMi In lis ?t Lout pa pen ioi tTfr f rt rri n-J
ha ite'er f!let n .nrirT th Wrt tc IVlm. Fia
l-I!r5 , trUl natkar. Oj ' IWu ar. iSeiTI to i!icw thit th
lUcd j-will Ual! tint ) .rt,Md -Is on br Dr.C
A HOHWNAN, So. !' K-TJ fmt, it- LsVtelA Hft.
pedo boat Stiletto, after torpedoing tho
Massach'is. Its and while In the beam of
that ship s searchlight, rah Into tne dock at
Hir sit -ti was curried away, a mm was
thrown overlx-.inl and the boilers vrcro
thrown out of pl-.cc
Health Officials Vr;e l.oilinp: and
Filterinej of Water.
Health Commlsisoner Starklr,ft to-day
wlll mail a communication to all the physi
cians In the city asking then to report to
tho Hoard of Keulth each new cafe of
tjphotd fever that may come under their
observation. Doctor Stnrkloff Is of the
i opinion tliat germs in the drlnklr.g; trai. r
are tne cause ot ire noiai ie in rtr.se in
the number of typhoid fever cases in the
last sit months.
"All water rhould be lulled and filtered
before drl.iking." Is the dtcti ra of the
Board of Health. City Chemist Telchmann
and Doctor A. X. Rare id. the baterlolo-
sglst. aie also ennvinceel that tne Increase in
j uphold Is caustd by the Impurities in tho
water, due io tne ( nicago sewage, wnirn
is conveye.! to the Mississippi via the Illi
nois River. Doctor Telchmann and
Chief Sanitary Olh er Fraicls stite there
have been twice as many typhoid cises ev
ery month this vear 'han lust year.
lector Starklort proltably will issue an
adttre.". to the public ud vising that water
Inie'-ded for virilizing be bolle.1 and filtered
and stat'.ne the nest method to guard
agilnst tjrho. 1 In September seventy-four
cis..- were retorted to the Hoard of Health,
and this month there havo been ten deaths
LOW RATES TO THES0UTH.
IJailroads Offer Eceptional Advant
ages for Loii"; Excursions.
Chicago. Sept. Ct, The Chronicle to-morrow-
Following the !?d of the Western lines,
several of the Southern roads are about to
Inaugurate a period of cheap fares for
long-ditfince excursionists. In the matter
of dates the same- time limits have been,
chosen by the- South, ni roads as by tho
Wt stern October 2 lb. The rate Is much
less than usual!) made for e.i urslo is, being
on the lmsls of Jlf, for the ro-Jnd trip.
The roids announcing the cone, slons ara
the Illmo's Central, tlic Eastern Illinois, tho
Alton and the Wabash.
The 31a rate to N-v. Orleans is less than
regular fare one way less than th Mardl
Gran conctssion. and should prove to bo a,
great temptatiJii to travel, although it is
early for Southern winter business.
ILLINOIS STATE FAlll" OPENS.
Special Illumination an Attraction
of the Capital.
Springfield. 111.. Se pt. 21. The school chil
dren of Illinois formally open, d the Illinois
State Fair to-day. coming from far and
near. To-morrow the candidal, s on tho
county nnd congressional tickets will be at
head'iii ir'ers to meet visit irs. Judge Yates
will i a visitor nt grounds Thursday, and
a reception will be tendered him at Repub
lican headquarters at 1 o'clock In tho after
noon. To-night the city is ablaze with light. Spe
cial llluinin..tiois will continue every night
of fair wik. T"-morrow- night a pyrotech
nic display will If given in tho Capitol
grounds The electrical carnival pageant wilt
occur Wrelnfsday evening.
rnrl.cr's Hendaclie Powders Never
To cure Headache. Fevers and Neuralgia.
Contain No Hromus. Price. Ivc,
Internal Rccnii Collections.
Washington. Sept. 21. The August state-'
ment or the collections of the internal rcv-e-nue
srows that In the month the receipts
from all sources amounted to J2S.2s,71i.
which Is an Increase over the month of
August last ye-ir of RJ74.7IL
Is an ordi-il which all women ai -reach with Jaaescrtratl
ft-ir, for nothing can compare with the horrors of child-birth.
The thought of the suffering and danger la more for htr. robs
the expectant mother cf alt pleasant aaticipationof the comirs
event, and casts over her a shadow of gloom that cannot be