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THT3 KEPrBLir: TUESDAY. SET'TEitBER 2r,. 1!)00.
A, J, MAHLER ELOPED
WITH MISS DISMER,
JOSEPH W, BAILEY,
2? S3 f? "3
iZi. 4 &9 Si
TOR ROUND-TRIP EX
CI RSION TICKETS TO
ANY POINT IN
I'OR ROUND-TRIP n
Cl RSION TICKCTS TO
Married in Fast St. Louis, Though
I.ridegroom" Motlier Pays
He Is Under Age.
Eight Thousand Poisons Present at
ietiblicnn Campaign of Misrepre
sentation in Missouri Aids
the Democratic (.'aiiM.
AM P(,,N,,N IHOia?UERRiTORY.
Cn Sale Octobar 2d and IB.h, ISOO.
BRIDE'S HOME IN NEBRASKA.
TEXAN DEFINES EXPANSION.
PROVED BY PAST CAMPAIGNS.
Had Bi-en Visiting Miss F.oUon al
Kinloeh Park Couple Will
Live in Lincoln After
Addnvss on T'ending Issues Heart
ily Aj)proved iJomonM ra
tions in Honor of Al
schtiler and Todd.
H. Took Points to Pluralities
Giles ami Shaeklefnni
-Vindictive Policy Is Op
posed by .Voters.
Solid Vesiihuied Trains io Kansas Gify.
OR FIRTH KR 1'S.KTI 1HR"S rill. KT
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"THE ONLY WAY"
O' wn'o to
BOWES. Assistant Clcneral Passenger Agent C. & A. Ry., St. Louis, Mo.
SINGLE BREASTED JACKET.
.lut at This Season a Smart Jacket
Is the Thing.
Ts-e smart Jacket Is ievelsper1 in chte
bibf bnilclotta stvllshly cc-rnbined with
biiv k !.-t.
"If ' -.-k 's cM fitting nrd dispirits all
lv gra. etjl
fcb ti.ni wrh
1 r.s. The frm-
si ) e but darts, a' i
eOM-LADIS SINGLE B3EASTED JACKET.
32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 4'- 44 inch bast,
with block Tflv"t buttons The lover if?e
xn&j he straight around or dip from iHe
dart to the center front, as illutratwl.
The rclvet rcvT3 meet the turn-down
tl.Rrs In notcht-n.
The slight fu..j.t-s on the vhouMere of the
rlDse-fitllnj; aleet(3 Is aifrtxlfojted in g&th-
rs at thw HrniHPye The flaring relv;
cuff Is an effective addition
Th. lower edge of tbp Jacket, dart and
center front are nr ishf d wirh several row
Of machine fftithina tftbich forms the nrin-
lp&I decoration oa many of the new fall i
Ladies cloth. cfcv1ot. Venetian, covert
or double-faced (fiikcg are ajuropriftt'
fabrics for this mode. If made i suit
'with the skirt t'le velvet irtinra'ng may
he omitted and the ro!'ar. n"U'? and ruff
lnj,h!n tt!,. i.l In mriftlv f jiTnr .t.lx.
- ". . : : ' -." .j".
10 m.HK. tn jacKet in the medium ti
" inmin ni.- inn '.an;quBJier viinis Ol
CMuch material. The fattern, Xo". d-iS. is
rut in ?iz-s for a i'i, 34. 36. 2S. ). 4J ana
44-Jnch bust measure.
THE REPUBLIC I'ATTEnrf COUPON
ENTITX,IXG TO 0"B PATTERN,
ANT SIZE OF NO. Sn.
Cut thJi oct. ai In wltii bast raooi'
ure. Dante and address, and mall it
nlth rentB to THE PATTERN
nEPARTMENT OF THE RBPCB-
No. frtsl. Price. cents-
Any one wishing the latest style
ptterns may obtain them by calling
at ROOM 20, Second Floor, Repub
lic Building, Seventh and Olive.
PRODUCED THE BIRTH RECORD.
Controversy Over Schoolgirl's Age
Settled by Her Mother.
A enmroversv as to the se of little
JJUy Fitch, which threatened to keep her
out of school this stsion, was setUed by
lier mother's viit to the Mortuary Office
yesterday. Lilly is tmall for her je and
Mill his her "baby" Ueth, so when she
applUd for admlsl.-n to the ShloWs School
vnewan thoujcht to t- urinr the legal age
f .. and her application u refused. Her
mother took the matter up to Principal Jo
hlpii F"y anl i-uPC-Ud that the records
of tile lie:i?h I l.n..rrre-nr p-iti irf iutf.111 rh.
dispute. Principal Foy ar to accent
tha record ard Mrs. 11h forthwith set
out for the "Hd Citj Hall.
Mortuary Clerk Reher fourwl that Llllv
hod been bom at N 1U4 North Twelfth
street on February X. M Ho Rave a
certificate to that effect and little Lilly will
Mart to school this tnomms.
ftlKn n( llv?rj IIe-.erfptl03.
WDuRinwn-Gunnintr Co . S15 Walnut rt
Cbmmexcial signs for any boslnes-.
FATHER TUOHY WILL RETURN.
Itemoved From St. Patrick's Parish
Two Years -Vjro.
Father Jolm T Tsohy. formerly pastor if
Bt. Patrick's Church. No. 1 Nortlr Sixth
ftreet.whose (araoui controversy wiih Vrc.'i
Wshop Kaln two eais : attracted wlde
tprtad attention and who was transferred
to an Kastern charpe, will return to St.
Louis. He Is al present in Boston.
While rector of et. Patrick's .oiiKrcsation.
iather Tuohy was brought before the rfu
Louis pecle-i.i5tii.al court charged with
irdsmanaj-ernent i. aftajrs in hli iiarish. Tl e
Ulal was bjtterl ioniest.il. niitnj or his
partshiontrs sldiCeT with Kaiher Tuohy. The
case was decided against him and he was
iraered to another charge, but refused to
'J. He remained at the parochial residence
f St. PatrKk's far more than a year.
ij'Bal proceedings were mstii .-t-.l a.i.n-t
Mm and he was oubied b the declb. m uf
Uliil iiil i
lujlcess men. Hundreds of relipsc from other treatments reclaimed.
The lEjt,rr itat - -j .. - a ' -t. -n .j s
treatnser.t, i.s ij s- l;oreusj . robust cn-dltion.
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SIXTH and OLIVE
To-1 In j I'orrrHM.
Vdnirifi-t'n. ?--pt 2. Vjt it tor Tuwdiy
ani . ji-h .
For I .itii fitlr six! vMr In western. raJa
ir tjiiii (jyrtl' n T.i(ti vIndaj fair and
ivMr. triii tuth w - -: wiJs
Ktr ArV.11.ns4. fa-r Tue-a Wedr.fwdar lr;
oxiier, F-.uthrrly -.vtnJs, t.ntlnf; vai.bl.
Kor Olc'..iicia and ini.n Trr'iory, rmin ami
c4dr Tuday end probahly Wednday, wtn.i-
Ft it I 'u, r.ns and colder Twsday Xdn?
drty fair. ccMt in eaitt yjruun, fivath tti
Kor Miaurl. fair TttM'lav ixcpt protb!y
rala In northart jortin; co!.J-r in northwest
P"Tttoii Wuauiaoar tur nl n ler. futli to
FV r Nt-bron. mln and murh colder Taeeday.
"uirj-ij i(iu, wwiiiriv wuiw, cni'uuu wi- I
- ItazMa, fIr; Mr Tuesday. WVdnrJa;
l-,fcM rain, with rodr In V-iO portttn.,
outherly winds, becoaiicg northerly.
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titf jum. 61 p.m.
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XM-xt y cioudv. Maximum tprnprature, S5. mini
mum. ltivr etas. tfet
K. J. HYATT,
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Iyval Forecast 0:&cUL
NOVELTIES WirHOUT END.
St. Leer's Street Fair Offers Them
The street fair now in progTesi at Twenty-third
and Mullanphy streets under the
auspices r. St. L-o's Church furnishes nov
elties at every turn.
There la the "American" vlllace. under
the management of Mrs Gallaeher and
Miss llaeCJInnls: then there Ii Wa.i-te.e-kee-Ko-lou.
tire "wild man from lSonazaru'
and Yum-Yum and Plttl Sr,,r on the naj
back to civlli.'.at.-iii. And ou ma) take
lh- trip In a genuine. Imported nll-the-wj
Irish jaunting cart, the onlv one in the
There are fireworks to burn, twelve-foot
balocns In the same ascer-dinK seile tac
pif-s riht up in G. with a little of cterj
thir.i ele from "Pop Goej the Weasel" to
Die V. .u ht am Rh'.-ie"
T -ulirht will t- German nlsht. when the
German Kitchen (where vervthins will re
mind j ou of Ilellevlll..) eipe. is. to sell
eten the mbjsin tall of Mtne-lcetle-dou-bchnelder.
To-morrow nleht U to c iebrate
th- union of the United States and Ireland.
Th' Hibernian baml will play upon jour
ralrlotic fecllnff". while the "llvinR head"
Iookb on in amaz! And. lat of all. beauti
ful Jap Rlrls will tea your hearts with
or without si:s--r.
The prime mover In all the preparations
ard In th-.irrjinr out of the fair has been
rurlr Gavin He has been agisted
throuchout bv Father LJi-d. Father H.irty
ii-!n: in ParH on leae of absence. Th-
object of the fair Is to pav off the debt un
the pjrochi.il -chorl. and the entertainment
.a iyme ail annual nxtur.
UNKNOWN J(ILLEJ) BY A CAR.
Struck at Franklin Avenue juid
An unknown man was run down and
killed at S o'clock last niKht at the inter
section of Seventeenth street and Franklin
svenuo by F-aston avenuo car No. 1770. ir,
charse of Motorman WHIUm Henerj- and
Conductor William Mackey. He was croes
Ins; the fctreet iliHuoruUly when th car
struck Mm. T5ie fnder saved hltn from b-n-
mangled l (lie whe.Js. by knocking
him off the track. His head struck th
pavement fnrcib'y and two deep tca'.D
wounds were mulcted.
In an unconscious condition ho was re-m-ivtd
to the city Jlospital. where -very
eft-rt possible was made to resucltate him
without aul. He died soon after his arrival
Apparently the man was about X years
old. ., f -et inch, .-j in helcht ar.d Im p-iundi
In weight. He woie a blue talico hhirt. blick
cat .... i test. t.in sh.-s lrd brown fedora
hat. Nothing that wi-ul.l lead to his Uentl
ficatli.n wais found la hie isxkets. His body
was it moved to the morgue, and tho Cor
oner was r.otifl, d.
MORE Z1QN ELDERs"dEPORTED.
Arrived at .Mansfield, O., Yesterday
.Morning, Sent Out bv Noon.
Mansfield. O . Sept. HS.-Zlon Elders Mark
A. Loblow of Chlcairo and James Watts of
Hammond, Ind.. both British subjects, ar-ri-.id
here toilay and went to a hotel
whie their id-ntlty as elders was dlKmv-
rti in.- wre inarcnea to tlie
I'riton and at noon were deported
13c It whisky, beer or any clcohollc drlnk
alolnie:yiure.br a newproce-t. wh:rh rot
onli cllmic.tes the deiire tut make-, drtik
i-c. ohnexious that it cancot te retaicecj . p n
il.c stcrcach The only treatment !:
mun.-s the ratjent- Hccorsed t'
A't-o-T J MHhler. vrti!)y knortj In tfio
TiiunKiT ."t if tlio Wfst Cnd. and Ml?s Ada
IH-mtT of I-Snpoln. Neb.. oloi)J to BeUwtlto
j , .ter.iay n:ormw; and Tver inarrlt.-d In the
.I'icrnon at Ii.ist St. !-ouis by Jus-tlce
After a phort bonymoon In St. lyjnla tlio
younR folks will go to IJucoln to Hv. It
beiri: undorstood that the bride"' fatner
will ret his n-ln-law uj In buMnesa
Yowrir Mahler Ip the Hon of Jnhn MaWw,
formerly a ?u-ce!'i:l dancl-ig master of this
city, who now lives In .Ww lurk. He- hj
not yet Attained his majority, aocordins to
his mother. Mrs". Anry. I. Mahler, who llvej
at No. MM Morgan sir.-.
Mi. Mahler, when ajked for partlfulara
of her nan's ma-rla4re, expreseed eurjrla
ind paid she had not epe-ted the ceivmony
to take iilaeo for Fome months to come.
liut It 1h all rlKht," Kaid thp mother "I
they -were enKatrnl. and I am nro
AIbTt rould not hai plcki-d out a mjro
rhnrmlns Kirl for his brtde. They were to
have dined lth me yir.terd.ty. but did not
come, and I h-"..l no u ord from there. I sup
pov they wanted to Keep their plans to
ihemstlve until after ttday.
"I wan not consulted about the elopement,
but I cannot s.iy I am tnurh surprised, be
caure they are so much In love with eaih
"I did not object to the mateh In the leant.
and ntn sure there was no objection from
Miss Dlnmer's parents. Her father runs a
larse hotel In I.!:icoln. and has business In
terests in Alliance. It is understood that
Albert and his wife will go to L.incoin. and
that Mr. 1'isnxT t.111 ?tart him In a guod
bui!nus there. I do not think the detail.-
have been a'ranKed."
Mi.s DIsmer liaa been nsllins Mlaj
Audrey Uolton of Kinloeh l'arh for the last
nu..iih or so. and Muhltr rt.iyed with
friends In Ctbanne durtnc his mother's
Fiimmer .sojourn in the Kdt- The young
folk-s wero thrown much In earh other's
socletv, nd the courtship profsrssed rapid
ly. When the elopement was decided on
Mis JJolton waf taken into the secret and
accompanied hr sueat to 15e!. vllle In the
capacity of bridesmaid and sulde. At tho
marriat.e lirens? ollKe Mahler Rae his age
and that of nil Intinded an 22. According to
hl mother he Is 2i and Mi wife a year or
NUGENT'S AUTUMN OPENING.
St vie and Heautv Lavishly Dis
played at I he Jig tore.
autumn cpcnnur at th B.
& Rro. Dry Goods i.mpan's j in n of the meeting, and he introduced Con
was one ut the most attractive i:rtian Ralley a "the only ni-in In Con-
eientH nf the dnm'.iicn shr,rmmr district
-,- ,, 3
.ii inc r.oors or tne mammotn
... .. . ... ..
establishment on Broadway. Washington
avenue and at. Char!- street were huge
reception rooms, bright with color and bril
liant with animation, from the opening of
tho business day until Its cloe.
It Is doubtful IC a more beautiful display
of sljlUh fabrics and garments wa3 ever
made anywhere in the Wet AH the new
t-hapes in cloaks, capes, dresses, rklrts and
waists were shewn in all the new colors;
all the handsomest of the things In jeneral
uo In the houe.-hoId and for the adorn
ment and comfort cf woman were tlaicd
cn review for the UousanJ.-. who thronged
The second floor, perhaps, claimed the
createst amount of attention fri.ni the visit
ors. Here the hats and c.lo;k and suits
are displayed. It Ih wonderiul how many
new sijl-s and cr.lcrs are shown. Red .
rich. warm, brilliant red is one of the col
ors that will be moat popular this jeai. and
n numb-r of tine Rirmei.tj are shown In
that culor. One of these in the "L'Aiglon"
cape. It Is of red broadcloth, with a hlirh
turndown, stitched oilar edRvd In sold.
The other edgts of the cape iieif are raw.
It Is this cape that has b-come so famous
in 1'arlh from the nloptlon of it by Sarah
Bernhardt In her plat. "L'AIslon." It
comes in all colors. Then there Is th
"L'Alirlon" hat. a Inndsom-. dashing cun
fectinn. with a flat shape, from which lt-es
n puffed pompon. Tl Is. too. Is In all color.
A Ruciai blnuj.i hult of pelible ehi-viot
Is one of the pie es do resistance of the dis
play It 1? elal.i.rattly trimmed In silk
'hhiu, iuiu Ken ran v irt-sents a nobby, sty
Ilh atpear.ince. It lias tha new illshup
sl-evs. and proml"s to be one of the
fireat-st success, s of the s-aaon. Another
handsome garment 1 1 thlj department 1 a
t.Iiet hluue trimmed gauiilj In tllk braid
and sold, with hue gold buttons and a net
Jabot at the front
The new "Chuvofr I.at attracted n full
share of the attention of the visitors to tho
milliner' department, which U In charge of
Mme. Reynolds, one of the Inst -known and
moi-t successful ml llnery artists In the
t'nlted H'atee. und whose (tcljle services
na.v u-vil eii ureu i) .ugent s 1 hi re Is a
decided prer-renco f'ir browns and reib; In
millinery thU fall. Ju.lslng from Nugent s
display, which has ong since omi to lei
regarded as a correct forecast of stvle
While the millinery and tlo-ik depart
ments were the points of ihe a -ate-t at
traction at Nucent'F opening, :h did not
by any m-ans montpjltz- the attention of
the crowdc Th re was much of Interest
In all the departments and each floor had
Its full share of visitors
The head. of the cepartments stated with
gr.-at unanimity that it was the mon suc
cessful oponlng that Ind ever been held in
their experience Th.y eald more Interest
was shown In the oipls and mere dis
creet enthusiasm wis manifested than at
any similar event that they had taken part
-xui-ni n nriT wnmrw wero among
most atlrurtlte of the m.inv attractive i
plajs. Nuaent's nrlles- 1'self on the ta
wlih which its show wlnrtown are drw
.-ugcni s wot wnnows wern amonir the
and Its reputation was fullv sns.i . '
VISITORS AT THE HOTELS.
-Ir Hell of Orejlbe. Mo . Is at the 1,'n.le'l
-Jame. Tipton of Jlulla. M. ., nt th. M(ywr
-K M Smith of Jejan. M I. t ll Planters.
-O. O. Lewu of lln.). iil. , at to- Plant-
-1. II. Hulver of liox-.siil'. Mo., u es. tii tm-
e -K- r- N'colds cf Austin. Tex 1, at th- U.-V
,, -' T- Osrra of Oxllattr, Jlo.. I, the IJa-
j, w- Atfams cr Cr.trali, .Mo., N at tbe Wn-
cledl' W' SBSUh K1 City Is at t La-
Klwanls of JUrtln. TnnM
Is at tb-
, Is it tht
Ls at the
Is at th
, la at th
Is at the
is at the
Is at tha
Is at the
, 1 at the
lUrry K. W.s cf -sfc3id. Mo
. -F U Pirrow of llclvll city
J N. Prawn c.f Rcustcn. Tra
.-J v Walker of FEytterflle. Ark.
J C Stew-art
Wefcb city. Mo.
J. T. Miller of Jndlaa Terrltorr
-C I. Wlrth of Mlla-aaikT-St.
Willlan Seyrvwr of ?tur-n
Ft. Nicholas '
."" S ii?rtln ' Bronsnr, Kas., a Moce-man. Is
at tbe Meer
.3?r' rf,nd. M w- ,!- IncalU of IMeton ar
at the Planters.
, -"-.Jl r'P'i aa t-ttorney. of J.rftrnon City,
1 t the Laclevle. "
-Phaip eurmrsiharj of Ixw.,km. Eaglarsl. Is
a the f-t ricno!aa.
J. N Fleming anl Mr neralnit of rAwcns.
Kes are at the Laclede. '
rM7''lIra, ,Mn,e lr" "araiaa of Kanns
Clt are at the Southern.
D r Butler an.l J P Emmerwa cf 1U1
r. -n Ark., are at tte Snuthem
Tbe Rest Frescrlntloii fr .Malaria,
f r ,1.,!'?ni1 FeTr. I" a hot-Ie cf Grove's Tasteless
I. 11 Tonic. It is slin.'y irr- and ou'alne la a
i-itik-u fona. .No tvjre nj pay. Jilc JOc.
KKrrrtT.To sphci a t.
Shelt.ville, in. Sept II The llryan nvi
Jortty In this count of 1,9.1 in 1SS0 mt not
high-water mark. IVmocrats In this beau
tiful county Imagined tliat they never again
could equal the tflorkmi ieorl of 1W Now
they ar certain to exceed it by nt leuot
2CX and if the accea-Rons from Mr. Hann..'s
party continue In the ratio of tho IbM two
months, the Itryan ind Alschuler majority
In Shelby will be &().
I stoo-1 on a tret,t comer this forenoon
and listened to one Republican lellln:; an
other the reaion for the radical changes.
"If our tVIIers," !! ld. "only Iiad Fensc
enough to say nuthin' We'd b all rteht.
P'.cK Yates and Jed?e Hamlin talk right.
The flag and the pointer with a little ride
fwlpe at the full dinner pnll ard how much
the Republican party has don for the la
boring man. Pacli speec'.es as them don't
hurt us. It's darned foolishness to try to
nuko fellers believo there ain't anv trusts.
and ILinna ought to have more sense thnn
to try 'it. The Democrats have Kit the best
of u on this fnreicn war business, and tliel
can talk any of our feller- to sleep "
"Dositoned If I don": hate to swallow tho
pill this jear myself You kno'.v and 1 know
U Isn't what Abe Lincoln would a stood fer.
This thine of Jedge Hamlin not salnfr a
little about the D-jclaration of Ind pendeneo
end an -erlrgr Wilson on them Abe Lincoln
stories. I don't like."
I thcight, as I jotted down what the hon
est Lincoln Ri publican was savins, that h
wjs sli-lr utterance to sound philo.-ophj,
and that ho had uncon-cI.ji.!y stumbled
up'in the l,ey to the R publican position.
His words will bear a second reading. Judse
H-mlin. l:-publfcan candidate for Attorney
G-nerol. lives In i?helbyllle. and to-day his
I mocratlc opponent. Mr. Todd, met with
an ovation as enthusiastic and hearty as the
ore given Mr. Bailey or Mr. ANchul-r.
Todd's speech nai splendid, aid tho who
h.ard htm will not fotKet him on election
d-iy Hundreds of voters surrounded htm
after his f.n eh rititl fimitnif rhtm wre
many RepuLfica, who .red Mr." Todd
Eleh; tliMUanl person. were In town to
day to ste and hear ihe apon'.les of Democ
racy. I know the Democrats of feelby will
think thli statement an injustice, but the
fa'.l that the crowd was condemned Into
fpnee of four block" on the btiMne- street
ard In the old seminary lot cave the impres
sion lh.it LVv ucr-vrtu were I:: town, lint
fu '." " vi.i3"'"1- a.n.a "'." '" fori
tun inieie.i r-neicn m lilRlns in me 1"U. s
After the fntnous bin four quartet of Di-ra
i 'rate of Shelbyvllle had sunc a requiem
to McKlnley and Hanna, I'reeHent Tom
M'nor of the B.-y.in "lub presenttsl the ven-
fnt'ie .imice Anthony Tnomton an chalr-
'.-' J"ee. .r i-iaiiiwiitiei. Wllicn
.r..mp-1-ir in,- ne.rie tn ,h, p r...
; j - . ,..w,. ...... .--k
I ranturuux yell.
while the touthful Tei.ii
fc'atesman blushed like .1 schoolbo).
ll:ilIe'M S !,.
Mr. Bailey briefly referred to tlio trusts.
C-VJtir.g his speech to Imperialism.
"1 there :i Republican within our.d of
mv voice." he shouted, "who will agree with
tho leadr of the Republican party this jear
that there are no trusts? 1 see none. Re
publican "talesmen who are honest and not
mere time-serving pulitb tans would stand
up and admit that the do exist and are a
. eat evil. Such nun. If th-.y were alive.
wouM. untied with the Democrats supprett
the trusts. But how can you epct the
R publicans of to-day tt help us when their
Kreat leader. Mr. Hanna, Hays there am no
"If ther- Is a Rrpubllcan of Slielbj Cou'i
ty who believes Mark H.tnna's statement,
th-n I could pase -ounterfeit money on him
I could sell him gold bricks.
' Now . 1 want to make a proposition. The.
av.rage Republican voter is as bonet as
the avtrage Democratic voter, but he I not
qi.Ite a smart. The Democrat don'l belitve
that high taxes make pro;.rIty, and the
R. ublioan does. Te trouble with the Re
publican Is' In IiIh head. His heart Is all
rbht. I don't expect a Republican to tinder
stand this idea, for if he did he would be a
Mr. Halley then discussed high taxes' with
an (loquence and logic that captitattd tlio
crowd. When lir declared "All Lincoln Re
publicans are Democrats th! yiar." tho
crowd cheered again and again.
"We are all patriots and Imperialist"." h-
contlrueJ," and th-re wns another demon
stritlon. "And the Dimoerals are the
patriots who have charge of the Declaration
cf Independence, the Constit ition and the
"It Is expansion when the flag follows the
Constitution and wlun the Constitution fel
lows the Hag. The two are one and ins-p i
rable. Without the Constitution w have no
Hag to Hymbollze this mighty Government.
i--T.pansion means huiifs. not colonics; citi
zens, not subjects. When the Democratic
partv acquired territory It acquired It for
the purpose of carrilng It Into sovereign
Htat The Democratic Idea of expansion.
and the only true docttlne, was exemplified
b Jenersun and Jionroe ami Folk. Do-'s
Hanna or Mr. McKlnley prMiu to mako
Stitts out of Porto Rico and the Philip
pines'" Cutitinulng. Mr liilley ridiculed tho Han
na plan of forming colonies, and the Mc
Klnley policy ot governing Porto Rico. He
w.n followed by Mr. Todd In a speeUi
ejual to that of toe brilliant Texan, and
when the audi-nce understood that Mr.
Todd was the opponent of Hamlin, they
throw In a number of extra yell
Tliotlnanil. Greet Alschuler.
. Alschuiir arrived at S o'clock and
was met b 'he entire popul ition and th"
Ye.ntlvllle. SuilHun and Shelbytilie ban-Is.
He n-ver will receive a more nthui itic.
greeting. Tne tlnus.'itids prient in th- .I.iv
remalnwl over to see and hear him sptak. i
ana nis sieecn was a poaenui enort
There w re fireworks In front of th- lead
er office, and big delegations from Sulli
van. Mattoon. Windsor and Pana Mr.
O'Donnel! candidate fur Seen tary of State,
preceded Mr AIs' hul-r to-nieht The day's
dolnes provtd hond ptradventure that irld
Phe'lj is awake
Mr. Holler wlil speok at Hlllsboro and
Mi Alcliuler at Mourt Vernon to-morrow
r.f-errioon Mr Alsihuler will speak In St.
Lculs to-morrow night.
J L. Pb'KF.RlXG
ENGLAND EXILING PRISONERS.
Odd Storr Told bv a Dutch Heir
Vho Js PeunilfSs.
HEPCBUC PECI At.
Denver. Colo.. Sept. 14. The heir to JIwJi
C'. a hero of ?plon ICop In the Boer str.;:
gle for liberty, hungry and Ignorant of
American customs and the Erwliah lan
guage, is in Denver and says he Is the
victim cf a remarkable scheme of the Brit
ish Government to dispose of iu prisoner
Thomas FI-ec. a l?-year-old Hollander,
reached IVnver with tS, but had Lcen h r
onl two dajs when he mu robUsi He ,-nd
tweHty other 18o-r prisoners, according to
I"isrec's Btory. were brought to the I'nlted
States In January from Delagoa Bay in the
hold of a dirty vessel, and ach with tj)
they were left In New York and told to
shift for themselves.
"I was sent from Holland last year '
fight for tho Boers." -.iid Flgee to-day. "I
.vas in only one engagement; that was
Spion Kop. Soon after that I was cap
tured." 1'lgee's home Is In Hauler, near Amsti r
dam, in Holland, he :s. His father. John
Hgee, died several jears ago. leaving to
four sons and two daughters $lf.5.(jo each.
Some of Fliec's countrmen living In Den
ver know Ms family well, and are convinced,
after Investigation, that his story is true.
Roosevelt 1" "Wsominij.
Cheyenne. Wy. Sept. 21 Governor Roose
velt s trip to-day Inch; 1. ! the tawni of
Raw Ins. H-inm and L.traml. Th- sjie Iil
brlr.g the Republlc-n vl.e preshientl il
candidate arrlvel hers at 5 o'clock Ho
mfia a lengthy speech to a good crowd.
The campaign of misrepresentation wh, li
the managers of the Republican party In
Missouri have planneil. and which nil the
Republican candidates and public speak
ers, from Joe Flory down, are now carrv
Ing out, will. In the estlmntion of Demo
cratic leaders, prove a boomeiai.g that will
crlppla tho Republicans. That Is the opin
ion freely expressed by those In chariw of
the Democratic State Headiitia t f. bae.l
u(n facts which hive come un-li r their
own personal observation and re-enforced
by Information brought by observing Dem
ocratic leaders 'n the various sections of
"The reports that are betas sent out from
the Republican pres-s bureaus In New York
ard Washington." said Sam Cook vester
dny, "to the effect that Missouri Is a doubt
ful State, and that the Republican mana
gers are making preparations to Invade the
State with a strong corps of spellbinders
In the. hope of reclaiming it to the Repub
lican party, are very flattering and also
very soothing to us. The fait that the local
morning I'.epubil -an organ is publishing
tees., rumars and reports In a spirit of
vindictive gleo Is an added miction to our
cup of satisfaction, lcause we know bv
past e-xperltnoe that whenever this organ
engages In a carapulgn of this nature It
has Invariably bad the effect of arouslcg
all the latent enthuslsm among the Demo
crats of the State, with a result that has
proved so disastrous to the hopes of tbe Re
publicans that I marvel tney have nut
gained some wisdom through their repiated
failures In this direction.
"For llluatrat'on, we will take the situa
tion in tr.e Firit Congressional Dt-tr.ct in
IK.;, when Gile-s was making the race for
CoLgress on tho Democratic tliKet aais si
tho Republican candidate. The local Repub
lican morning organ at that timo waged u.
bluer nht uaiiist Giles, and the lnnii
crats of the district, aroused by th ar.Imos
itj di--pja.V(.d in the articles publisned abuut
him. rallied to his standard and returned
I ' Xen dvul
him u. winner by a larger plurality than
tin his suc-
i-ssor. Lloyd, made tho race later, tne jsi-P-r
udopied the same tai.tlcs. and, after
three months of savage warfare, was hu
ii.ill.ited as ueiorc, th Drinucrat roiling
up a plurality of mure than .'nt aalna;
tne Republican lundldate.
"In tho Ll-:.th Congressional District,
when tlure was an clevtiun to choosa a
i.cctssor to iiland. the Republican sheet
n.alie an especially tndUtne
I !H,..si.fnnl te.. H.n.v.r.llr
t-enulng a special correspijndent don into
the district to conduct the tlgnt. As betorc,
the only eflect was to arou-.e the Derao-
j i ruts to renew d activity, and Judge Shack
I leford was return-d a winner b the largest
plurality ever Known in ihe ai.str,ct-j-li-mt's
plurality, tho last time he was
lected, was 2,sU. t-nd Shnckleford's was
Z KJ Could unv bi-tler olijit ieston ie
feivtn of the immir.M- be&ent clone the
Democratic party by the antagonism of the
"For these and other reasons, the Demo
cratic party leaders In Missouri will glad
ly welcome the threatened invasion of the
State bv Republican spellbinders, and will
lie igjieciall thankful If the local Repub
lic an organ launches out Into a vlndu tive
campaign to re-enforce Its policy of willful
pirv-rsion of fa-ts relating to the Democrat!-
Stale ad.nlnlstro.tlon. That paper's
ciur--e of iiersistent prevarication, which Is
Itlng selulously folloued by Joe Flory and
everv otner KetiuliHean rnn.lltln.M nn mill.
( lit speaker. Is making thousands of votes
!ur tbe iemocrif;. 'J he Democratic voters
throughout the Interior, while confident
that Missouri is solidly and safely Demo
cratic, are angered and exasperated bv the
tret dacious statements boin circulated by
the Republican organs and speakers, and
are being aroused -n a degrie of energy and
activity that can only re-.ul: in piling up
oie of the biggest majorities in th- htate
s'iie It was reclaimed from Republican mis
nKMsTiLvrniN couu iiuisiv.
More Tlwin 1 OOO Voters s.re Dnlly Iln
rolletl Xrtslce lo UellnfUents.
The registration of voters continues In the
olhces of the Hoard of RIectlon Commis
slcners. In the new City Hall, at the rate
of more than l.'v) per ilay. More than
". names had been recorded up to the
t 'o-ee of ntislnesR yesterday afterncon.
Vot, rs may register at the City Hall up to
ind Including October 6. and It Is safer to
enroll In advance at the main olllce nther
tnan to wait for the precinct registrations
l'f-rsons not lKm in this country and aile-js
who have not recently been naturalis-d.
are cspenlallr urged to visit tho City Hall
and have their names er.tertsl In the books.
Tho law prescribe that every perin
must register prior to the presidential
election. r lose the right to vote. Th-
duty may be tierformed in the City Hall up
to October 6. Tho precinct re'slstratlons
will occur on October 9. 13 and 1. when
citizens will enroll In the rreclncts In which
they live. The only reoourae for thoso who
do not register by October 16 Ia "to the
board, sittin? as a court of appeals on
November 1. 2 and Z. Whosoever falls to
register rellaquijhes his right to vote at the
une point should be particularly borne in
mind, and that Is that there Is some danger
if iosinK a vot by niovlns to another pre
cinct before election da The law Is that
must live In the State one year.
in the city slxtj das and m ,he prelinct
twenty days. A r!n may rr.ovt Into .1
new precinct and retain his right to vote
even if the twentieth day falls on oleotlon
;irrriM. iiu.uiv fir roosts, l:in
Mercliams- l.euiie Clnl, Preparlni;
lletnlls of Heceinlon.
The Executive Committee of the Mer
chants' ly-aguo Club, having the re-ctptlon
of Roosevelt in charge, met yerrterdaj- aft
ernoon. L. P. Aloe pre-slded arwl Qg, Frey
acted an secretary. Among those present
W,?r", S.. il .i""i-1'- Theodore KalbtelL
t harles Wcnnek.r. William Ilahn. H 14
Baughinann. iilram Lloyd. T. J. Aklrwi and
II. -. urt.nr.ur. I Inal artantrsenu lor tho
meeting will be completed ai a meeting to
be neld Uednesda.
Rop-evelt will be met at Last St- Ixuls
on the evening of October b by a receution
committee ol tifly. He will Le escorted ie
speak at S o'clock on the nlghl of Octol-r
at the Coliseum. A committee cn finance
composed of Charles Wenne.ker. ThecSort
Kaibfell. II C. Gr-nnerand Charles Carro.l
v.Ul have charge of the cllstribtuloa of the
IIIs'M.im; i-, ci ry iiikici:,
Itejillblieini Caillpnliru On Lis ely Con
test for I'roliHle .luilge.
The Republican candidates f(jr the nom
inations on the city tkket are ecrross. d
In a vigorous campaign hustling for sup
port at the City Cunrcntlur. The principal
light is over the office of Probate Ju1.rc,
for which there are half a dosen aspirants
It is understood that Senator Charle-t
Schweickardt is a candidate for the place
having withdrawn from the race for State
S-nator because of the opposition he trndj
within tho party ranks. Another bit of in
formation comes In the shape of a rumor
that Louis Alt. who Is also a candidate
f'r the same office, has thrown duwn th
Riunt'-t of defiance to t'-e Mayor and b-s
c .-.. Mr Alt l-i training w.th the Ka 3
Wcnceker crrwd on the City t m-mittc-
in his efforts ti land the nomination.
F. .Vi". JJrocA.maa and Mr, Wlndmuller arc
.-1. cuius aiiu win remain at a hote-1 to !.
designated later, ur.111 the next morning!
when he will be driven over the citv niTi
scorled to a number ur ri.,iw nf. "..1
If i BiSCUtt W0M sisXcrprodxxMtl
if If m Ej -& sk af &&
bi I& JSf H MKIBI,Sa Bel 40M m
1 3 i8itr S M W 1 P WK. 9
?k Sold by all grocers. All pncketl in the wonder- MA
t&j& fal air tight packages. SeEb
SfVT ,ssVV ' vm-N. NATIONAL AvS.
Sb&s - . - fil 3tUi 1 .-, ,VJIA?4V -IrfBsTt
P- ,, " ' .Ilt . msSf
ifc,'.: J .' You must ' b-'iyr-ar:S
V Milk Biscutf ,' ai ant ifm&
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msas?tSSftl1kS-'. s -s-irT
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nctivelv r.g-'.cl. a ifco-sl" t'; ir wsrk a
been qjp t
ELEVENTH DISTRICT PRIMARY
I'ursuant to ihe call of th- majority fac
tion of the RIeventh Congressional Commit
tee, at the meeting held last Monday night
at North St. Louis Turner Hall. Twentieth
and Salisbury strets. mas meetings weie
h-ld yest. rJav In the fourteen wards com
posing the istrict. There are only two
avowed 1 and. date.: for the nomination -J
Frank M. rrvman and Iat:ick O'Madei As
Mcrrjman has ulreadv filed a list of del -gations
with the Board of Klection Com
missioners for a primary election, to b3
held uud.r the auspice" of the board next
Frliiay, and j the nui ineeting. wero
cal.ed in the interest of 0 Mailer, ihe lat
ter had virtually no opposition and c.
delegatiors were elected in every ward. In
only one ward, the Kightevr.th. was -h-'-e
the semblame of a contest. There Merry-man'-s
friends, through a ml-appren-nsir.,
cast three votes for Ii:m. while aJUJ-y
received 172 vote.'
The delegates elect e! at the mass meet
ings will pre-sv nt their credential to the
convention, which will be held this morn
ing at II o'clock in North St. I.out-4 Turner
The convention will S'lect O'Malley as th-s
congre"--duial undidate. but its action vl I
mw prol.aWv be e-ontested In the courts
bv the Merrvman following.
L'p to 2 o'i Iix k this morning reports had
b-en received et the committee r-eadiiuar-ters
of the res-ilt-. of the election in cnly
eiht of the wanls In the district. The re
ports from the other sis outlying wards
will be handed in to th- chairman cf th
convention to-d:i. The following are the
1 11st VI irit- J. hn 1. KanPHran. II. Nnlker, D.
Murphy. H. Itulek-n. T. Bu-lteman. Mat Han
iivn. D. T rrick. I Enlns. ! Bruno. ,1 Iu
ker. J Tlmermari. The ch. irman ut the meet
ing was y x ilechjvr. Jr . and tb s-creta-T
U-orge L Duek-r
S-rend W ard John T .v Henrv Merr;an,
H.nrv stale. Frank Fr-eseii-yer ,lu- il Htmar..
J. s-nh K-Il-y, Nii-k Rc-nier. John Vtalsh. Jams--P
BrlsUne. Sov was chairman of tbe meeting;
ar.d F.r--'ar- ecret.nr
IMret s ard e3-'re IV. Arlng. Jam.s J. Moore,
Jrn GjlTn-v. Wlllljm lli'ji-. I'.ll I!nres. J
llr. I..iik. 1'. J B-lg'r li V Carroll Thomis
Tuck-r JiJin Li-neh. iliiries jl i-helby. I.ihn
Inire .tohn I'urs. lank M.i'aithv. Arlng
vt as chairman ftnd Mivre ecr-tar)
FiKbteenth Warl J hn II. Sullivan. B. Ierael.
Jr. Jarr.-s B Imtton. Fred VVilllan. Jo--ph
I.et. James p. lo-lr T. T Cavan WHIlara
HiTes was cl-alrman and Joseph Weber s-cre-tirr
Ninet nth V ard Fug-ne Riney. Jacob fs-r-rrei.
lle -jre Horn. Vi IMatr. I-asntr-IHer I"hll!p
Ai:.---. csrlea T Eildr, O nrtil Ilt.-me.-i,e.
eeiver V f ...h. John F. Durrlnir was cnair
niEn ind Mr Joseph Hrady ,m retary
1-st. ntv Hrv; War-! IVsrtor T. F X Carroll.
John M-w .en M- Birmingham. J--hn Fav, J l
1 r1nlmai Th-jmss et llrl.-i. Walt.-r K1I,
"Nrniis TalTy, VV II. T rrey. W J Ftren-.r.
Isictcr rTarroli ;r-s4deil and Thirnas O Lirtcn nas
Twenty-sixth Ward James H Ie. Iil R
llii ks. John Ians Tholes 11 Illhan. Fatrick
Mcorer John VV" Wha'-n. M T sw-erey. Mar
tin II Tayl r. Wlilum licuth, John I" Kelh.-r.
Ar hl A l"ai-v. Tim ivnnr., Janes Flt2ar
aid M. T swefiee was chairman ar.d William
J Hartley -es-retsry
Tweity .lg-h Ward LiwreLce Derin, Joseph
I. e'orrlvan. Alex. l"vrraKh, Jo.ej-h Fur-r,
Thomas Mellermett J Hn F. Hen-e ey Wit
ter XnnIneara lotan was chairman snd evr
rigan was eecretary-
HKKIIIMiTIIN GI IV IIII1M:,
Recovers From Illness und Is Heinle
to llc'siinic Carnpiilirn. 4
Jce Herrlngton, Democratic canlld.ite for
Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner,
who has been seriously III for s-vcral
weeks, surprised and delighted a number of
his friends over at the Itmocratic Slate
headquarters yestirdav by dropping In to
pay his respects. Mr Herrlngton. nlth-jUjh
not entirely recovered from the effects of
his illness. Is fully convalescent ami rap
ldlr regaining his former II. sh and strength
"I feel ilka a. four-time winner." he said
in response to tnepilrle. "For a tim- some
of my folks thought I was getting ready to
tile my naturalization papers with St. I'et-r.
but I dl.ln't think She party could spare me
Itt Missouri, and I concluded tn stay here
awhile longer an! do my feliow-citii-ns
some good service as Railroad Commission
er. In a few days I will be as fit a- I ever
was In m life, and I proio-e to make ray
Republican opponent be the dead one In
Democratic! Ciimm!tle-e Confere-nee.
The T-nth IMstrict Iiemocratic Confr-i-slonal
Ctimrnitlee held a conference at the
Laci-de H-tel last night preparatory 10 bt
ginnlng an active campaign for A. H. Bolte.
1 micratic nuiulriti1 for Congress. Thr
committee has le-en Instrumental In obtain
ing the two dates for Mr. Alsehuler's .p-pearanc-e
at lamp's Park Weslnesday nig .t
and at Valley Park Thursday. The advis
ability of holding a big raliy at St, Itoi.i
f.iee's Hall was discussed. At the meeting
Me-s-rs. Iage and Marshall of St Lou'
County. roctor Dunlgan of Franklin Crnin
ty. Chairman J. F MeIerirmott. Secretary
A. J. Meyer and Treasurer J. A. Kenned-.
of St- Louis were pn-s-ent.
Fourth U.ird llntler CI11I1.
The James J. Butler Club of the Fourth
Ward met at No U.i North Ive- yesti r
day evening ar.d elected the following offi
cers for the ensuing year: C. H Moone-v.
president; W o'Keef... vice presklent. J.
Ilerce. second vice president. W Moon .
third vice president. O. 1. I"attTon sec
retary , Kugeie w. McCuIlen. treasurer: Al.
J. Higgins. sergeant-at-arms and John Mc
Carthy, assistant sergeani-it-arms. V
committee of six wis appointed to -e that
all members wer- registered. Tre club now
has & membership of 175
Florj-I'lemlnn Club Meets.
The FJorv-Flemin: Campaign Club of
Webster m-r last night In th- Bristol build
ing. Colonel F M Merrett Judge L-n Ras.
situr and 'ongre-sman Richard Bartholdt
Wc-re among the speakers.
Alse-hnler ami Tod, I Speak To-MkIiI.
Ch-i.rjrjai f IV-t receive-1 2. telegram
yesterlay fr m Chi -ago, announ Ing that
Famu. 1 A"sch-:Icr. Dcmicratlc canlidate for
Governor of Idlno..-. nd Judge Tcdd, can
didate for Attorney General of tho Earns
Wf7a'"e-i5'. -c T
.Dose? one DETafrer
each meaf .
A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN
t cftea distref rf by Cn?
. tv..41. 0.-,V. Use's-
tx&)?iry Imnnrisl Hair Cofranoratfir
S-i!wariaelitil. Any shade from Bias k
f-e&Sto tie Ugliest Ash Blonfle produced.
tT" -$zZ-Jr votors are curacie. x-aeiJl apju-eu. u-
" aowteiy Daroleee. sample oi na-r coi
ored free. Corrwpondeaoe ooolldeatlal.
WrTElU. OILMItt!. MF0. CO. 22 Vr. 23i Su Hew York.
'I bv Rabo'eau & Co.. 700 N. n-oartwaT
Ul fl --1 l r'c C-i , Washington ar.. a d th
st anl ar; iej tv M. Ftersjn. K2 N. Brca-iwr.)
State, will arrlvo in tbe city this rooming
Both candidates will speak to-night at Ci.
meeting to be held In Sc-olal Turner Hal!
Thirteenth and Monroe streets, under tl
auspices of tho Klghteenth Ward Dem
cratlc Club. To-mcrrow night they will a-3-elress
another large meeting In Lemp'9 Hal'
Thirteenth and Wyoming streets.
limit Club to .sleet .-ntnnluT.
The "Hunt Club." which was formd re
eently in the Twenty-Iirst Ward for the pur
pose of supporting Clem C Goodwin for the
Stat Legislature, will meet next Saturda
night at Hunt's Hall. Jefferson avenue and
Wash street. Dennis O'Brien Is president o"
the club, Charles M. Hunt secretary nnsi
Nicholas Fleming sergeant-at-armse
sennlor Ilerry to S,,.ai jn Mlwnnrl.
Senator Jarr.es S. Berry of Arkansas ha-l-een
assigned by Chairman Ecib-rt of t" -Democralio
State Committee to mike .
series of speeches In Missouri early In Or
tober. A telegram was received by Chair
man Selbert from Secretary Berry eter
day. announcing his acceptance Tha elates
and places will be announced later.
t.e TK RelL manager of the Republican
Cuniialgn Bureau. Is at heme in Newton
County for a few days, looking up the
fences in that locality, which appear t
be badly In need of some attention.
Demecrats cf tho Tenth Ward will
meet to-morrow night at Sohultt's, Hall.
Gravols and Ohio avenues, from which
place they will march to Lcmp's Park In
11 body to attend the Alschuler meeting.
Badges will 1 distributed.
Pohn R. Green, clerk cf the Supreme
Court, arrived last nlsht from Jefferson
City. Mr. Green Is especially Interested I'
this campaign in both Ray and Cole coun
ties. He declires these ar counties bound
ties Ho declares these counties are bound
129 Hoarding Places
Advertised In to-day's Republic
RESPONDING WITH SUPPLIES.
Daughters of Confederacv's Relief
Work Already Fnder Way.
The ladlep who cave charge of cillecting
clothing an! hou-ehold supplies fv the
sterm sufferers cf Galvesr.on were, at the
Provident Asoci ition y. sterda rr-rn!nr
and received quite a quantity of contribu
tions, all of wrl'h were very acceptable.
As the necessity H great, the ch rltahl'
pe iple .if S?. LouN are urgesi to send I"
whatever snpplles in til nature thev e
spare at one- to the depot or the Provider!
Assoedalifin. No. 1S3 Washington avenuc
as It Is the desire cf tte I idle F make rt
.hipment by express tv Tuesday evening
Ar.v kli 1 of go. ds hat arts urfu In fur-rl-h-ig
a hn i" will 1- nccrptiMe. except
fnrn"ure, which car.r.f-t be handled In this
Jt was Voltaire who said:
"People whose bowels are
freed by an easy, regular move
ment eery morning are mild,
affable, gracious, kind. A 'No'
from their mouth comes with
more grace than a 'Yes' from
the mouth of one who is con
Such is Voltaire's testimonial
to the value of Ayer's Pills.
J. C. Ayer. Company-,
PractVa! Ci-m.'s, Lowef., Man.
Ayer's Sarap irHIi
Aja't Aroc Cure
Arer'i Hair Vijoi
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