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THE KEPUBLIC- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1900.
Not the Only Way,
But the Best Way,
From St. Louis
Leave St. Louis.
8:40 a. m.
9:05 p. m.
Waba.sK Ticket Office,
Souihca.s( Corner Broadway and Olive Street.
RABBITS CAUSE OF
Alarniiiifr Mnriiility Rate at Graf
ton. 111.. Xoct'NMtates Most
Ptrlnjiest (Quarantine Kules.
Grafton. Ill . i suffering frrm a ?enoun
epidemic of black diphtheri.c which 1" be
lieved to have bci n stmUi! by the citing of
Tnbblts lilcli were ta!-te?d with the dread ;
On ac-nuni of tho high rate of mortality,
especially anions chlldier, tho public
schools have b-cr. close:', church services
have been elono axvaj with and public gath
erings of any 1.1: il prohibited
The town of Grafton is on the Mississippi
Klxer sboxo Alton. To the east aro the
far-famd Illinois pnlrle loiils. which af
ford excellent eoxer for .small same L-tst
summer and In the early f.ill these, prairies
vxcre fairly plli with rabbits Now great
numbers of them -to In. ins found dead In
the flelJs. Scxcr.il of the de.id animals
haio. been taken to town aril turned oxer
to phxs'cions, xxho. , upon microscopic exam
iratlon, declared thej had died of dlph
then.u As there Is no other know: cause for the
outbreak of tho disoas anions: the town
people, tho doctors haxe. concluded that In
fected rabbits had beer, void In the mar
ket, carrjlng the ilt-ntc into m.tny house
holds. Advice i up to last night stated that tho
most rigid quarantine of house against
3icuo is In effect, and that the phjsicians
v ere hepoful of confining the epidemic to
Its presir.t limits.
DENIES ACTING AS MESSENGER.
Frank Lowry Questions Statement
of Chorus Girl.
Frank Lowrj' of Indianapolis, who Is held
or; a ehsree of larcenj by the police of that
city, denies th.it he excr acted as m"en
Ker to earry his own letters and bouquets
to Xell'e ar-t(Mio. .i chorus girl in the
company now plaxlng at the Stai dard The
?'IrV. II nas 1,ib "ifutualion for her which
lee hln: 1:110" his ?ireent predicament, xy
the police. The utile el. -assert that he and
three other .xouths, of good famik became
petty thlexes Hint thox might haxe monev
to spend on choius clrls.
When "Miss Barstone. whose name off the
stage Is Mrs. Grace Patton. was Informed
Thursdaj evening that Loxxry had been ar
retted, she replied that she had onlj known
Jilm as a mf-jerKer lioy who had carried
her presents of flower1-. Had sent her a ring
by express and had attempted to enrage
her in conversation our she long-dlstanco
telephone. She .-aid that she had given the
ring to one of her companion-, In the com
jjanj. The Indianapolis -police 'tate that they
liave in their pos-ession a letter to Loxxrj
xxritten by Mrs-. Pattnn. In which .she urged
Jilm to send her the ring xxhen the com
pany went to (Hex (land He gave her a
ring while she was at the Empire Theater
In Indianapolis last xxcek, but It was not
satisfactory and he had it thonged. He Is
charged with haxlng stolen po-tase stamps.
which he sold. therebj acqulrlrg money to
purchaso the ring
Loxxrj- could not bellexe that she had
called fclm a messenger boj. He denlus
that he tx-cr tcok her flowers In that ca
pacity, as she stated, and said that ho
Jcnexv htr when she was a professional bl
DISCOVERIES AT M0NTESAN0.
Human Skulls, and Supposed Pre
historic Animals Found.
C. W. Bcehlcr. xxho owns a large farm
near Montenano, Mo, his made xxhat he
considers Important geological dlscoxerles
upon his land. Sexeral months ago. while
tanking a xxell. he came upon a skull, re
markably well preserxed arf to shape, and
of excel, tlonally large size. This dlscoverx
aroused Mr. Beehler's Interest, and he has
since prospected extensix elx-.
His efforts have met with great success.
Among his late discoveries are three large
skulls, rumerous human bones and the re
mains of a number of prehistoric animals.
The specimens are not petrified, but are
hardened In a peculiar manner bj the soil,
which contains considerable sulphur and
lime. The discoveries are attracting the at
tention of scientists all oxer the country.
In no other portion of the country has ex
actly tho same xarlet. of FOlidlfic.tlon been
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
resents inm the most accepfaileibrm
" the laxative principles of plants
AnoH'ji to act most beneficially.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE-GENUINE MANFD. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
10UISVIUX.KY. NEWYORK. N.Y.
iforszlzty drvgghf: - prize SQt per lotttt.
4:40 p. m.
7:30 a. m.
8:00 a. m.
NEW CITY HOSPITAL
Work Can Be Begun in About a
Month, Says Building Com
Building Commissioner Longfellow j ester
day submitted to President McMath of the
Board of Public Improvements the rexised
general plans for tho construction of the
new City Hospital.
The changes that haxe been made from
the o:Iglnal draft of the plans are Important,
and Building Commissioner Longfelloxx" esti
mates that the alterations in the plans
x 111 Increase the capacity 6t the institution
It was decided to buy a separate lot on
which to build the stables and nurses' quar
ters, which were originally Included in tho
main building. The octagonal building has
been altered from the shape originally
planned and will be built In txxo parts, and
the surgical operating rooms will be placed
between the two wards. It Is said tint the
change was sasgested by Doctors Xietert
and Amjx of the City Hospital.
Mr. Longfellow said that the plans had
been returned to his office jesterday exen
ing without any recommendation, and. al
though he had not been officially notified
that they were acceptable, he though' that
they were. Working drawings of one of
the buildings will be completed in about a
month, he said, and work on the buildings
can then be commmenced.
TRIED SUICIDE UNDER A CAR.
lieved to Be Demented.
Mary Ster. a negro washerwoman em
ploye;! In the household of Ed Butler at
Xo. 2101 Plre street, attempted suicide jea-tcrdx-y
afternoon at Jefferson axenue and
Pino street by throw Ins herself In front of
.1 Jeffer-on axenue car. The motorman
ix as barely able to stop his car before the
xxomun xx as reached.
Police Officer "Walsh was nenr by when
she made the attempt to end her life, and
ho promptly rushed to her side and en
deavored to pull her from her position. Sho
resisted his efforts and, being a heax-y wom
an, she caused the policeman no little
trouble, finally he summoned an anVbu
1 inca and had her remox ed to the CItx- Hos
pital. She xxas placed In the observation
xx.ird and It is the opinion of the hospital
doctors that she Is demented She g.ixe
her address as Xo 2341 Ollxe street.
At Ed Butler's home last night It was
stated that Mrs. Steer had been doing: the
xxashlng for the family for a long time.
She was knoxxn there as a most good
natured negro and xxas liked by tho family.
Xono of the Butlers has ex-er noticed any
thing strange about her behaxlor.
MRS. CRAMER SEEKS DIVORCE.
Husband Tire President of Cramer
Dry Plate Company.
Frederick E. Cramer, vice president of the
G. Cramer Dry Plato Company, and a mem
ber of one of the most prominent families
of Sou:h St. Louis, was made the de
fendant In a suit for dlxorce filed yester
dax in the Circuit Court bv his wife. Annie
Cramer. Mrs. Cramer brings general
charges of Incompatibility against her hus
band, and alleges that she had been practi
cally deserted by him for some time prior
to their separation. October 1.
The couple xvere married June. K. 1S1J.
Before her marriage. Mrs Cramer wa Mls.s
Annie Ratlcan. Since their separation, Jlr.
Cramer has lived with his narents jet X"n
S3W South Thirteenth street.
In her complaint, Mrs Cramer alleges
that her husband has associated xxlth other
women, and that he spent little time with
her. Up to the time of their separation
Mr. and Mrs. Cramer resided at No 2223
Mr. and Mrs. Cramer are memiers of the
Union Club. Mr. Cramer could not b leen
last night, but it is said that he will not
contest the case.
ENGINEERS LOSE THEIR STRIKE.
Blame the United Mine Workers
for Their Failure.
Brazil. Ind , Nox 10 Hoisting engineers
of mining districts Nos. 8 and 11, xxho haxe
been on a strike since Monday for an In
crease from $75 to ISO per month and a
shortening of the day's work to eight
hours, declared the strike off this evening
and will return to work to-morrow morning
at the old price. The engineers blime the
United Mine "Workers for causing the strIKo
to bo a failure, as the miners agreed to go
to work no matter xxhom the companx- pro
xlded as engineers.
SEDALIA BOY KILLED.
Was Stealing a Ride on a Santa Fe
Train in California.
San Bernardino, Cal., Xov. 16. Claude "W.
Collls was killed this morning at Cadiz. .1
small town 1S1 miles from thjs city. He
was stealing a ride on a sleeping car at
tached to a train on the Santa "o road.
The box's mother, Mrs. A Collls, resides
at Xo. 1109 Last Third street, Sedalla, Mo.
MORE CENSUS BULLETINS.
Population of Louisiana, Iowa and
"Washington. Xox 1G The population of
the State of Louisiana, as announced by
the Census Bureau, is 1.3S1.625. as against
1.11S,K7 in 1ES0. This Is an increase of 2UX
OCS. or 23 3 per cent.
The population of the State of Iowa Is 2,
231.K3. as against 1.911.SW in Ib30. This is
an Increase of 319,9f.7, or 1C 7 per cent.
The population of Hawaii Is 1.".001. as
?,(V1.I.n'i' lvrj-u- in 1S3fl Tllls lR an Increase of
41.931, or 11.2 per cent.
J. E. KITSON COMMITS SUICIDE.
Proprietor of a Famous Stock
Farm Shoots Himself.
Xorrlstown, Pa.. Xov. 16 -James E. Kit
son, formerly one of the proprietors of tho
Kitson Stock Farm, near Chestnut Hill,
Pa., committed suicide to-day bv shootinir
himself. Jlr. Kitson had long oecn in ill
BEGINS HIS CRUSAOE,
Calls on Mayor Van Wyck to Sup
press Vice on New York's
SCORES THE F0LICE FORCE.
Pictures in Vigorous La nonage (lie
Conditions Against Which lie
Iu cighs Van Wyck lias
Xeix Voik, Xov 1 Bishop Hi 111 P
Pott'-, Pisiidj, of the Episcopal! ill llioiese
of Xew York. to-di sent n Ii ttel to M.i.or
Van Wk 111 refereuee to xlce in this elty
:ind esptii-iHv on the East Side.
Jilsnop Potter Iirst c iIN atti ntioil to the
woil: that Is lieing dune at the pio-Catlie-ilr.il,
Xo ILij St niton street. In emle ixoring
to iirjuoxc the condition of the poor of the
East Sido teneme-ul district in xxhlch it is
He then j;oes on to tell how, xxhen two
lergjmen (ailed at the police station of
the precinct toeomplaln of the notorious
condition of alfairs, one 01 them was told
by the police Captain that he lied, and that
when. di-hearteneJ bx suUi an e- erience,
tin clergxiiiin cirried hl.s eompl lint to .1
hislier authoii in the police, he was met
with insolent derMon. The Bishop then
"I am not, I beg to sa. uiim'ndful of the
fact that the existence of xiie in n. great
ritv is practlcailv an uii-xltable condition
of the li'e of such a commtinitx. I in: not
demanding that 'ice shill be M imped ut'
bv the police or any other chll antlioritx-.
This is a task which would denand tor
it.s achiexement a race of angels and not of
Scores tin Police.
"But I appro it'll jou, sir. to protest xxith
all mv power against a eon lltion of things
In which xke is not onlv titrated, but
shielded and encouraged by tho-e xUiose
sworn dutx It Is to n press and discour-ge
it. and In tho name of unsullied xouth
and Innocence of oung gnis and 'their
mother.-, xho, though llxing under eon
uitlons often of prixatl-m and the hard
strugglo for a ll-.illliood, haxe in them
exer.x Instinct of xirtue and purity that are
the ornaments of anj so-culled gentle
xom in of the la.iJ. and before God and in
the fiice of the ciliens of Xexv York. I
protest, as tnj people h.axc charged me to
de, against tho habitual insult, the iur
slstent menace, the tinutteiablv deliling
contacts to xvhlch dav bx dax, because of
the base compllcltj of the police of Xew
lork xxlth the loxxest form uf xiee and
crime, they are subject.
"And, in the name of theso little ones,
these wak and defenseless ones, Christian
and Hebrexv alike, of main- rices and
tongues, but of homes in xxhlch God I?
feared and his 1 iw rexcrenced and xirtue
and decency honor, d and exemplified. I
i.ill upon xou. sir, to sue thi so leople.
xx ho are In .1 xery real xxay committed 11
jour chaise, from a Hxing hell, deliling,
deadlx. damning, to which the criminal su
pincness of the cortltuted authorities, set
for the ill tense of dceencx and good order,
threatens to doom them "
ISIslwn Potter, in conclii-don, ,us he has
no method to 'iisgi'st for the betteiing or
the conditions, these are in the hands of
the Max or He sus his letter Is in ac
tordance xith Instructions laid on him by
the contention of the Episcop il Church if
this diocese, and ho leaxes the matter In
the Maol's h mils
Vint IV; I'k Promises Assistance.
M tx'or Van "Wck at once replied to the
Bishop hy letter, in xxhlch he said he had
passed the Ill-hop's communication to the
District Attorney, and then adds:
"I xxish here to assure you that I xxlll ev
ert exery poxxei xxhlch the l.ixx has clxen
to right the xxrongs and to do nxxay xxith
the conditions of xxhiih jou complain, and
to securn a luartv and ellieient co-opcra-tion
by the Police Dcp irtment xxith all xxho
are working to do axxax xxlth public xiola
tlons of law and dccci
"I stand ready at all t ncs to assist and
co-operate xxith jou In tl's matter"
Maxor Van XVxck's lettr to the District
Attorney request"! him to co-operate xxlth
Bishop Potter and the Poliio Department
in the moxement in a letter to the Hoard
of Police Commissioners the Max or Incloses
a. copx- of the Bishop's letter and directs
the Commissioners to at once conduct a
searching investigation Into the conduct of
tho txxo police officials xxhom the Bishop
saj's Insulted the clercjTntln He also di
rects tlum to at once do nway with the con
ditions complained of on the Enst faide.
The Mayor's closing paragraph Is:
"I xxish it distinctly understood that to
this -nd I shall use to the utmost limit all
the poxxer vested in me. and that I shall
hold to personal responsibility those xxho
fall to exert themselxes In like manner."
OPPOSEITtO LICENSED VICE.
Woman's Council to Ask Melvinley
to Change Philippines Sxstem.
Minneapolis, Minn, Xov. 15. -The "Wom
an's Council finished Its work after a long
session to-daj-. Most of tho time xxas taken
up In the discussion and adoption of reports
by the xarlous depirtments. The most lm
vort.mt of ihrso was ttint from the nnrllv
I section, xxhieh recited tint It hail been ro
uorted on renutable authority that the so-
1I.1l exil Is licensed In the Philippines by
our Goxernment and protected by its offi
cers. It xxas resolved to ask the Govern
ment immediately to Inxestigato this re
port and, if found true, to abolish the ruin
ous sjstem of xlce.
A pin for the council xxas adopted, con
sisting of 11 plain gold circle supporting a
scroll, on xxhlch appear the words. "Lead.
LORD BUTE REMEMBERS CAPEL
Both Were Prominently Portrajed
in Beaconslield's "Lothair."
Sacramento. Cal.. Xov. 1G Monslgnor T.
J. Capel has been bequeathed by tho late
Lord Bute of England an Income of $300
per sear for the lest of his life. In Lord
Beaconslield's most popular novel, "Lo
thair," Monslgnor Capel Is portraj cd under
tho name of Monslgnor C.atfcsbj, Lord Bute
himself figuring in tho work as Lothilr.
Tor sexeral jcars Monslgnor Cnpel has
been Hxing in retirement at Amo. In this
REDUCTION MILL CUTS WAGES.
At the Same Time the Hours ol'
Work Are Increased.
riorence, Colo . Xox 1G The local ore re
duction mills Inxo announced a cut in the
xxages of laborers and carpenters and an
increase in the number of xxorkiug hours
The xxages of laborer", xxho nox,- reeilxe
$.'23 and Sift) for eight hours' xxork, are re
duced to $1.73 anil SI S3 for ten hours, and
carpenters' wages from rs to $2 30, with an
Increase from eight to ten hours. Labor
circles are much excited oxer the matter.
C"M1.UM"G IV Vllssoiiu.
It Is hard work. The Republic man xxho
ti.neled xxlth Dockery will tell about it in
to-mortow's Sunoav Republic, lllustratad.
Tun llrlllliint Color Sections.
GEO. H. RAMSDELL IS DEAD.
He Was Formerly Governor of
Xnshua. X. H. Xox 16 Former Goxern
or George 1 Itamsdell of Xexv Hampshire
died at his home in this city to-day of
apoplexj. Ex-Goxernor Bamsdell was 16
3 cars old.
THE WHITE MAX "WHO
"WAS !TOM:.Y BY IMltlS
In childhood xxlll be talked about to-morroxv
In The Sunday Bepublic. This thrilling ro
mance xxlll be beautifully illustrated.
Tito ilrllliunt colur Section.
FROM ALL POINTS.
Merger of the Louisville Air Line
Into the Southern Bail
NEW ST. LOUIS HEADQUARTERS.
Gein-ial Manager G. C. Smith Will
Establish Offices lleie West
ern Lines Si like a Snag
Geoit,o c Smith, the- leceiiilx appointed
Bireral in 111 igcr of the St. Loulo-Loulsxille
dixision of the S iiithorn Itailxxaj xxlll as
sume the duties of his nexx position on
Decembci 1 He is oxerlooking the line in
this xkinitj and making all pnliniinirj
anangemi nts to avoid delnjs after Nuxem
ber .'.'. fin that date the Lotiisxllle. Exans
ville and St. Louis xxill be sold at lluntlng
burg, Ind , tuiili r foreclosure pioucdlugs
and xxill be bought bx' tho Southern Kiil
xx ay, xxhlch noxx- oxxns neailj all the out
The purchase of the Air Lire xxlll open up
an enllielj now lit I1 to the Southern Kall
xxaj and will be lt;i Hint acquisition north of
the Ohio itlxer. It means tint the com
panx haj started after Xorthern business
and proposes to get Its share of the raiimid
profits in the Xorth as it has done fn jears
in the South.
Bv the purchase, of the Air Line the
Southern Itallxxax will haxe 7,20m miles of
truck. The Southern proper now Ins G.IJ9
miles of tract igo in addition to the Ala
buna Great Southern Itailroad. from Chat
tanong . to Meridian, being part of th
Queen and Ccxenl Koute. ! miles; tho
Xorthern Alabama Uailxxnj, from Florence
to Coreloxa, Ala . 107 miles, making a total
of BhiiJ miles. The length of the Air Line
from IxmLnlllo to St. Lulls is 271 milts,
xxith four branches, as folloxxs: Huntlng
burg to Exansxllle, fortj-sexen miles; Lln
ojln Citx lo Ilocltport, sexenteen miles;
Lincoln Citv to Cannelton. txxentj-txxo
miles, and Ifuntingburg to Ja-per, sex en
nille-s. making a total of ."Ml miles of tiack.
This-, added to the i.s'; miles In the South,
nukes the total of 7.2W) miles.
Bx the acquislton of the Air Line tho
Southern Itailwaj xxill pass through txxo ad
ditional States, and will touch a third. TI13
States xxhlch It will traverse are Kentucky,
Virginia, Xorth Carolina, South Carolina.
Georgi i, Alabirm. Tennessee. Mississippi,
Ind! ma. Illinois and Missouri. The pur
chase of the road xxill also glxe the South
ern entrance to more important gatevajs,
St Louis and Exansxille. in addition to
Louisville. Cincinnati, Memphis and Green
ville. The company will then have a direct line
from St. Louis to nearly e-xerx important
city In the South. General offices xxlll bo
established In St. Louis.
Snntn IV Vt Inter Sen let nrtween
C'liivnKii nnil Lon Angreleie.
Tho Sinti Fe has issued a highly artlstls
pamphlet descriptive of the "California
Limited." xxhlch runs between Chicago and
Los Angeles. It has been decided to run
three trains onlx-, trl-xxeekly Instead of
daily, dming the month of Xovcmber. Thej
xxlll leaxe Chic. go Tuesihijs, Thursdaxs
and suturdaxs, and xxill leaxe Los Angele)
on the same xxcek daxs for the period
named with the folloxxing equipment: Buf
fet smoking car, Harxev iHnlng car and ob
servation sltvping car betxxeen Chicago and
Los Angeles: double draxxlng-room sleeping
car between Chicago and San Diego; double
drawing-room sleeping car between Kansas
City and Los Angeles Pomplete datlj scrv
ince to both Ixis Angeles and San Trancls
co will be in lugurated e irly In December.
A noxel feature of thes(. tialns will be a
dally list of leading stock quotations, which
will bo furnished passengers each after
The California Limited will haxe connec
tions at I-i Junta from Denver, and at Los
Angeles for San Diego and Santa Barbara.
It will be tho fastest train to Southern Cal
ifornia and oxer the shortest line.
The obserxatlon car contains ten sections
and a liamNomelv furnished observation
room Tho buffet smoking car contains a
spacious smoking and reading room, with
buffet. Both these cars are supplied xvlth
current periodicals and siuioncrj.
All meals en route will be serx'ed In the
dining car. under direction of Mr. Fred
Harvej". Xo extra faro xxlll be charged on
tho California Limited ltegular llrst-class
tickets only are reeiulred.
The descriptive pamphlet is a gem of the
printer's art. eacn page being produced
from a lithograph plato on tinted paper. II
Is prnfuselx Illustrated xxlth engraxlngb,
xxhlch closelj- resemble etchings. Condensed
time "chedules and diagrams of cars form a
useful appendix to the reading matter.
STIllTIv A s AG II X.
Chicago nnil Eastern Illinois n Fac
tor In soulliTWHfiTii Truffle.
Another striking illustration has lust been
furnished of the commanding position now
occupied bx ths Chicago and Eastern Illi
nois road on the Southvxe stern rae situa
tion, through Its close traffic arrangements
xxith the St. Louis Southxxe stern road This
position is such that the Western roads can
no longer afford to ignore its existence In
the consideration of their rate problem.
Thev recently refused to malt" either a
one-faro rate or a late of one fare plu- 1
for the round ttlp for the International
Llxe Stock Exposition to be held In Chi
cago December 1 to S. Though the South)
xxistern Pnssergcr Bureau, xxhlch might be
legardid us tl.o Initial lines In the matter,
agreeil to make a rate of one fare plus $2
for tho round tr'p for the occasion, the best
the Western roids would agree to make In
th2lr territor.v xxas a rate of a fare and a
third for the round trip, and the-y an
nounced that thej- xxould put that arrange
ment Into effect
Tho Southxxes.tern roads haxe notified
their Xorthern connections that If the' ad
here to their orUInel Intention nothing xxlll
remain for tlum to do but to give the Chl
c igo and Eastern Illinois a monopoly of
the traffic from all points where It Is pos
sible to do so. This notification did not fall
to have an Immediate effect.
The present condition of affairs xx'as sub
mitted to the consideration of the Western
loads bv the chili man of tho Western Pas
senger Association, who has resubmitted
to their vote the proposition to make the
late one fare plus $Z for the round trip
fur the occasion. This rate will undoubted
ly be made. Should the proposition be neg
atlxed some of the Interested Western
reads xxlll doubtless feel compelled to take
independent action In the matter nnil this
xxill compel them all to fall into line and
make the rate.
itniuinr n. ham ill nnn.
Vina Renrriil Attorney for the Ilnlll
111 ore ami Ohio .ontlnvtHlrrn.
Mai sh ill. 111., Xov. 1G -Robert E. Hamlll
died to-dav at Phoenix, A:iz, where he
vxent a few xxeeks ago to rtgiln his health.
For j ears Mr. Hamlll xxas a leading attor
nej' of this cltx, and for txxo xeirs past
he- h is been general attornej for the Kiltl
more and Ohio Southwestern Itailxvit- Com
pinj', xxith hcnilqu titers In Clnclnn itl, O.
The rem ilns will be brought to Marshall
for burial. Mr. 11 imlll was prominent In
political circles and In ISM he xxas the
leader of the gold Democrats in Illinois.
He xx is A j ears old. born In Alabama, and
xxas giaduated from McKendree College, at
Marshall. 111. He practiced law theie until
IW, xx hen he xxent to Springtleld. Ill, and
xxas associated with John M. Palmer In the
practice of law
OVTUIIO AMI Vi KNTEIIY.
Milking: Arrangements to I'nrt-lianc
Sexc-rul Mure Colli .Mines.
Xew York, X'ov. JG Tho Xew- York, On
tario and Western Hallroad Companx-, one
of its directors sajs. Is arranging for the
purchase of several additional collieries
conveniently near Its line in Pennsylvania,
the acqeilsltlon of xxhlch mines xxlll. It is
expected, Increase the anthracite tonnage
of the companx next jear bj' about one
third. It is under ,tood that the mines about
to bo purchased, together with those al
ready owned by the companj', xxill assure to
the Ontario and Western a minimum an
nual output of 2,000.000 tons of anthracite. In
addition to the 500,000 tons usuallj- recelxcd.
Kootennl Vnlley Extension.
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 1G. Great Northern
(IE INTCDCCT Tfl MEN AM
Wi MMM I kllhV 1 IV lllbll WNfti 1
1 1 Do Not Scatter My
I do not treat ill diseases, but I treat
J men, MEX ONLY, and cure them to
stay cured. I have recently treated
a scores of stubborn cases for some of the
most prominent ard Influential men of
9 St. Louis and xlclnltj-, and not a sln-
gle failure nor an unpleasant result has
9 been reported. What I haxe done for
others I ran do for jou. My specialty
X Is fullj set forth In the few plain words
J which follow, and which are xxell xxorth
the careful perusal of all afflicted men.
T Under mv treatment this insidious
a dl-eate rapidlx disappears. Pain ceases
almost Instmtlj'. The pools of stagnant
J blood are driven from the dilated xcins
y and all soreness and sxxilllng quickly
? subside. Ex-ery Indication of Varicocele
soon xar.ishes. and In Its stead comes
the pride, the poxxer and the pleasure of
perfect health and restored manhood.
Mx cure dlssolxes the Stricture com
pletely and removes exerj- obstruction .
from the urinary passage, allajs all ln
llammatlon, stops cxtj unnatural dis
charge, reduces th- prostate gland,
cleanses and heals the bladder and kld
nejs. Invigorates the sexual organs and
3. 00Oe !
officials announce that the nexx- Kootenai
Valley Uallroid. running from Bonner's
Terrj-, Idaho, to Kustiock, Brltl-h Columbia,
will be-ope-iud bj November 2.") This g.ves
a new direct route from Spokane to Like
Kootenai, with dally trains each xxaj-, con
necting xvlth the lake steamers tor the
Sloean mining district, ltegular sc-rv Ice over
the Spokane Falls and Northern from this
city to Xclson, British Columbia, will con
tinue, but the Great Northern Is expected
to give tho new route preference on Koo
ST. LOUIS JOINT AGENCY.
"Will Be Entnlillnlieil at Lnlein Station
1 niler Certain ClrcamKtance-t.
The St. Lulls Association of General Pas
senger and Ticket Agents met Jesterdaj
at Headquarters in the Fullerton building,
with Sec-retarj C. S Crane In the chair.
Ihe question of a Joint agency arrange
ment at St. Louis was discussed, and a
resolution otfered that xxhen the Sebastian
form of ticket Is used to St. Louis, the tick
et agent at Union Station be appointed a
Joint agent to handle the return portion of
The question of facilities at Union Station
for ticketing passengers and checking bag
gage xxa.s discussed, and It may he that
some steps will be taken In the future to In
crease the force somexvhat. Definite action
was not taken.
.1. J. lllll'ji .Xexv Position.
St. Paul, Minn . Nox'. 18. It xxas learned
to-daj- that James N. Hill was elected presi
dent of the Montana Central at a secret ses
sion to-eiaj at Gre-at Falls, Mont. This is
believed In railroad circles to be one of the
rteps in tho plan of J. J. Hill, president of
the Great Northern svstem. to relieve him
self of the burden of the management, tak
ing for himself the chairmanship of the
directorate. Louis W. Hill wa'i a few daj-s
ago mnde president of the Eastern Min
nesota Railroad, and It Is thought President
J. J. Hill will retire in favor of his sons
from the prcsldencj- of the Great Northern.
The Great Northern election Is now one
General Agent A. G. Magulre of the Great
Northern saxs that some person or persons
are soliciting advertisements for a publica
tion, purporting to be called "The North
west," to be circulated with the compli
ments of the Great Northern Itallwaj-. Thej
linvo operated In Milwaukee, Chicago and
other large cities. Their plan Is to solicit
advertisements and business cards to be
published In the alleged xxork. and all firms
represented are promised a number of copies
of the production. Thev- collect from J5 to
J10 from the firm and this 1-t the last heard
of them. Numerous complaints from In
dividuals nnd business houses that have
been xlctlmlzed hax-e been recelx-ed.
Stllnell In Wichita, Km.
Wichita, Kas.. Nox-. 16. A. E. Stilwell.
president ot the Kansas Clt Mexico and
Orient Killway. arrived here to-day to trj
to persuade the people of this county to
xote $110,000 bonds to build new shops for
the Orient road, which will run through
Wlihlta. The election Is called for next
Tuerdax-. Most of the farmers oppose vot
ing of bonds.
Corrnrdln Goes to Mrmpbli.
Nashville. Tenn . Nox-. 1C R. C. C.iw
ardln. Western passenger agent of the
Nashville. Chattnnooga and St. Louis Rall
xx aj, at St. Louis, was to-daj- appointed
eitx- ticket agent at Memphis, to succeed A.
J. Weich. resigned. The appointment Is ef
fective at once.
I'rraonnl anil Current Xolex.
All the St. Louls-Sprlngtleld. Ill , lines
Inxo concluded to abandon the cheap Sun
ei ij- excursions after December 1. On No
x ember 17 and IS a 75-cent rate for tho
rental trip xx III Ix put In betxxeen Sprlng
Iklel and St. Leu's.
D Miller, xlce president ot the Great
Xorthern, xxus in the cltj- jesterdaj-.
II. C. Townsend, general passenger
agent ot the Missouri Pacific, and G. A. A.
Denae. land commissioner of the Iron
Mountain Route, returned jesterdaj- from
a trip East.
D Boxxc, at-sislant general passenger
rgent of the Chicago and Alton, returned
to headquarters yesterdaj-.
Rate clerks of Oklahoma and Indlin
Terrltorj- lines put In another daj- at the
Southern Hotel figuring on the new rato
Frank L Harris, general agent of the
Mobile and Ohio, was In Calio, III . xester-elaj-.
He Is making a prlx-ate Investigation
of the m-ster!es of the loop. He will pre
sent a alagram of It to John Mlllspaugh of
Some of the railroad passenger depart
ments elo not agree to the plan of com
piling a sheet for Interline party fares.
The meeting that has tills end In view has
been called for at Chicago next Tuesday,
and xvhile all of tho lines will be represent
ed it Is not at till sure that all of them
will go Into the bheet.
The announcement has been sent out
from Buffalo lh.it William Kellej-. Jr.. the
general pissonger agent of the Great Gorge
Route, has deckled to retire on December t
He 1 as been In charge of the passenger de
P irtroent of tnat property for the last few
j ears and has made a conspicuous success
A negative reply has been returned by
the members of the Western Passenger As
soc latlon to the application of the Omaha,
Kansas City and Eastern road for mem
bership In the association's inte rchangeable
mileage bureau. The Omaha. Kansas City
and Eastern refuses to become ,i member of
tin- Western Passenger Association.
President Casatt of the Pennsj-lx-anla
Railroad will probablj- spend much more
of his time In Nexv York than formerlx-.
The company Is furnishing an entlrelj- new
and private suite of offices for him In the
American Exchange National Bank bulltl
lnsr, where It noxx has cxtenslxe headquar
ters. In addition to the tvetx e pissonger
co c .Co ot tr.e Zi.he.-i , e. u .e i
bv the Big Four last xxcek. the older has
ben: Increased to Include four p trior ears
and four combination cars, all of the most
The old light of Chicago and St. Louis
business men against the railroads, xxhlch
irxolxes the complaint that carload and
less than carload rates from St. Louis to
the Pacific Coast are relatlxclj- unjust and
I ear more against the snipper of less than
carloads, has been rexix-ed, and on Decem
ber 10 there will be a hearing before the
Interstate Commerce Commission on mat
ters concerning the contention.
It Is stated on reliable authorltj' that O.
P. McCnrtj-, general passenger agent of the
Baltimore, and Ohio Southwestern, xxlll be
made general passenger agent of the entire
Baltimore and Ohio sjstem on January 1.
By this time It Is expected that the B. & O.
S-W. will have been completely merged In
to tho B. & O. system.
THE SKITTISH WIDOWER
Who tried to set himself back some thlrtj
jears has Inspired
GEORGE ADE'S FABLE IV SLl.VG.
Tho Sunday Republic to-morrow.
Two Brilliant Color Section!.
r -4 KVjr sS, -O
W. A. cook, n. D.,
COOK HEDICAL COHPANY,
610 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo.
restores health and soundness to everj
part of the bodx affected bj- the disease.
Specific Blood Poison.
Mv special form of treatment for this
disease U practically the result of nry
life xxork. and is indorsed bx- the best
phjsicians of this and foreign coun
tries. It contains no dangerous drugs or
Injurious medicines of anx laud. It goes
to the verj- bottom of the di-ease and
forces out exerv particle of Impuritj-.
Soon exerj- sisn and sxmptom of roison
disappears completely and forcxer.
The blood, the tl-sue the flesh, the
bones and the whole sjstem are
cleansed, purlhed and restored to p r-
00Q,K(x4,4 0 M
ST. LOUIS TI.ME.
Arrivals ami Departures of Trains at
!Ra,,!v- ,. ttSatiirelay and Sunday
tn.iily except Sunday only.
i u'j ejuir. ii-.xi epi jionaay.
I .thaturdax-onlr. n.alle mwhi Satnn'nv
louisviltp nx anvii.i,k. anp st.
iui-ine i-xpreF cmrnua.
Mount Vernon. Mount Car
nel. Tricceton, Louisville.
XX jIiliKton. I'hllaiMi ila and
Xxx York RCSam 'tWpm
Mount V ernon Accommodation. t5 35 p-n tS:lC am
Lflulsville Limited, to Louisville-
Phllxdi-lph'a and Nexx "lork . 3-15 rm 7 Ot am
LAKK SIIOItK. NEW lORK eTKKTRAL AND
HUDSON ItlVElt. nOsTON AND ALBAVY
AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
Train D.part. Arrive.
Indlanipol! Express t7 32 am 5 31 1 m
Ne-xx Ye.rK and Boston Limited 8 3)am & IS rm
Knickerbocker special Ne-xx-"iorlc
inltlmore- and Priladelpnla . 12 0o am -43 pm
Altcn Expr'a ..l-SOpm f 4 2) pn
MatteKJn and Alton Accommo
dation ?l23rm 9:Mpm
Bgmoi. New York, Cincinnati.
XXashinmon. Baltimore. I'hll-
a leJpiitiL R 05 pm .SO am
Alton Leax rs 'W a. m . 5.C6 p. m. Arrives
tS 0) a m . 1:44 v. m
BLRLI.GTO HOLTE U.MOX STATIOX
II. A St. J.
Snints. cjulncj. Keokuk and
orth 2.55 am 6 55 pm
Local to Hannibal 7.M am !Mpm
For Qulncj- and North tT 50 am t8 -o pm
For St. Psul. -Xlinne-apolls, via
East Side lines. Illinois an I
Wisconsin 8 SI am j.21pm
"The Burllngton-NorthTn Pa
cific Express" for Kan.a
City, sc Jo-eph. Northwest
Nebraska. Black Hill- VX'jo
mlnsr. Montana Washington.
T'cset Sound. Portland and
Oregon 3 W am 6 .58 pm
"The Txxin Cltj ExpreB" for
Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Ioxxn "2:05 pra 2:15pm
The "Nebra-ka-Colorailo Ex
press" for Denxer. Colorado.
T'tah and Pacific Coast, via
Pt. Jorph 2 05 pm
jjncHi xo uurnnKipn
For Northrn lova. St Paul
and Minneapolis '
For Illinois. X It TTn.f KM. lfns
. "7:4 pm . am
7:40 pm l,Mam
to Rock Island S.01 pm -40 am
For Dubuque and La Cnxsj. .. 8.01 pm 6.40am
For Kansas Cltx-. Council
Wufrs. Omaha. St. Joeph,
D.nver, Nebraska. Colorado.
Utah and Pacific Coast 9 00 pm 7 19 am
Local from Hannibal n (Ham
For Alton Lcaxo 7 xo n m . dally: S.21 a m.
dallj: lt.X a. m . dallx : p. m . except Sun-dax-;
Sfp n . exr.nt Pundiy: V51 p. m , daily;
7.4-) p. m . tlallj : 8 01 p. m . dallx-.
eST LOWS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.!
Train Depart. Arrive.
Arkannas and Texas Express
(xla Cairo) S:30am J 21 pm
Arkansas nnil Texas Fast Mall
(via Wsmarck and DeltaX ... S.37pm IMam
n. Jt O. S-AV. RY.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Cincinnati. Toulsxille Wash
ington. Baltimore. Philadel
phia and Nexr York Express. 2.15 am I2:40 pm
Cincinnati IiuIkxIUp. ntts
burir. Wahlneton. Biltl
morr Philadelphia and Nexx
"iork Fast Mall S PS pm "7.50 am
Cincinnati Accommodation 17.16 am 17.2S pm
Clnclnratl. lyiuisxllle. Pitts
burg. XX ishlngton. Baltimore.
Phlladolphla nrd Nexv York
Rojal Blue- Limited ':iam ; 5S pm
Flora Accommodation tjlpm ts.32nm
Flora Acccmme-datlun tl.55 pm tl0.32am
VVe-st B idrn an ! French Lick
Springs, via Monon Route... s:20am '6 35 pm
CHICAGO AND ALTOX.
Train. Depart. Arrlxe.
Alton Limited for Chicago 8-2tnm. 5 '.9 pm
J'eorla. "Xlton Limited" IS 3S am
fhlcasn "Palace Express" 3 0Xpm 7 2S am
Chicago "Jllitnlcht Pp-cial ' . 11 31 pm 7 ".7 am
Chicago ' Tralrle State Ex
press" 12 01 pm 3 2ffpm
Springtleld Accommodation .... 3 05 pm in 24 am
Knmas Cltj Limited D.IDrm tis am
Kansas Cltx- "Missouri Stato
Express" IMam "CJipra
FprlnKlli-M Local t Warn
Jackponxlllo Accommodation. . 13 03 pm 10 34 am
CHICAGO. IEK1 AM) ST. LOUIS
RAILWAY (C, P. X ST. L.)
Train. Depart. Arrlxe.
Allon. fjlltton Terrace and
Orofton 11 03 am ;3.1i pm
Peoria. I'-kln, Stirlngfleld and
Grafton Express 'SUSam TSDpm
FprtnBfleld nnd Orafton Mall... 14 3o pm "10 K am
fcprlnsfleld ami Grafton Special j6 Z$ pm : Vt am
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Northern Illinois Express
s-prtngfleld. Free-pert and Du-
nuoln 7J2am S:0Apm
Clitcago Dajllgbt Special 12 JO pm b 44 pm
hprlm,tleld Accommodation 4.15 pm 7.24 am
cnlcago -Dluntnd special". ... 'S-Wpic "7.21 um
Faducah Mall and Express
Xlurphjsbrro, Caruondjie and
Marion '7.3C am 7.21 pm
Nexv Orleans l'-st Mail-Cairo.
Memphis. Jackson, lenn , and ,
Texan Exi resi, Nashx 111c,
Atlanta and Jacksonxllle 5.35am ,:24pm
St luls special Catio, Mem-
' phis and -se-xx Orl-ans S 20 am 5 1C pm
Accommodation -Xturpnj -boto.
Marion. Cairo, fcpvri I """',..-...
ejlu.ter 14-2jpm tH.32am
Marion and Ureal s-pr ngs . .. M'ipm H..2am
Nexx Orle- ins Umltesi i alro.
iiempbts. Dixt- l-ljer. ah-
vllle, Atlanta and Jackson-
vl'le Fla S 41pm 7.15 am
I... II. A. ST. L. RY. (IIcuiIvrHon Koute.)
Train Depart. Arrive.
Past Mall Oxrensboro. Cloxer-
Pvrt. Loulsxllie nnl the Eat. S 2Sam . :16 pm
J.ntun Lx;ire"s Oxxensboiei,
l loxe-riorl. Louxllle and
ihe i:at "8 3pm . :20 am
Train. Depart. Arrlxe.
T.i" Fast Mall to Llttlo
ibjck, Texarkana, Italia-,
1 ort Worth and Abilene 3 03 am "7:33 pm
Df-lta. Columbus and Cairo
Express 'SCO am 8.55pm
Fast Day l.xprts.. Hot Springs,
Dallas. Fort XXcrth. Austin.
han Antonio. Houstii nnd
Oalxeston 2.21 pm 4U!;pm
Texas Mexico and California
Hpcclal-Dallas, Fort XV orth.
LI Paso. Ljs Angeles. Gal-
xeston. San Antonio and La-
redo "silo pm 7.23 am
Memphis and Hot Springs Lx-
press '8.37 pm 7.00 am
Fourth Street and Chouteau Avenue
De Soto nnd Bismarck Accom
modation 5.30 pm 8.35 am
" ST." LOUIS-AND HA.MI!AL.
Train. 2.e'"lrt- Arrive.
Matt and Express JJ.lOam JU.-lOpm,
man ana .express i, -js .in 411:111 pm
Mall and Exprcs i.:pra t7:Wpm
I Center Them on My ! F
fect health, and the patient prepared
anew for the duties and pleasures of
Mx- cure for xxeik men stops every
dram of xigor and builds up the mus
cular and nerxous j stems, purifies and
enriches the blood, cleanses and heala
the bladder and kidne-.-. iiulgoratcs
the lixer. rexives the spirits, brightens
the intellect and, afaoxe and bejond all,
restores the xxasted poxxer of sexual
Many ailments are reflex, originating
from other diseases. For instance, sex
ual xxeikre-s sometimes comes from
Varl- o- ele or Stricture, innumerable
blood and bone dl-eases often result
from contagious taints In the sj'stem. or
lihjsic.il and mental decline frequently
follow impoter.cj'. In treating diseases
of anj- kind I alwajs remove the origin
I cure tho cause.
One personal xislt Is always preferred,
but. If jou cannot call at mj- office,
xx rite- me jour sxmptoms fully. Mj-bomc-
treatment bv correspondence is
alxxajs successful. Address W. Af
COOK. M. D. or COOK MEDICAL
COMPANY. blO Olixe St.. St. Louis, Mo.
TfiE - TABU.
TOLEDO, ST. LOLIS A WESTERS.
-rTra,In- - .. Depart. Arrlxe.
Tol-do and 2exr Jork Express. .12 am 5 58 pm
foltlo nnd N-xv York Express. '7:15 nm -7:nnm
ST. I... K. C. .Xx. C. It. R.
"bT. LOUIS LINK."
Union Express fdHily
Sattiritflx ana ;nn..x
Union Expre-ss (batllrdav'.-imf
Sunlaj only) 7.00pm
Cr-xe- Coeur Like nnd Union
-special li-unday onlj ) 7.M am
x-?iS!.n'r- , . ITiart. Arrive,
x-nii 1 Si "ommcdatloa... t7.10am tlOJMam
.?2 i?ri vwnimeiIa:lon... tS-am tS:15ara
v alley Park Accn-nmodatlon... 13.M am tl-25 Dm
Texaa and Kansas Mall, for
Carthage. Joplin. Wleiita.
Arkansas Cltj. Oklahoma.
Pal.as. Calxeston anl Fort
x-.-iirJhi.oVi;"; 43 am 6:10 prr .
I'icino XoSri;nI?,0'J'u,on tl:30pm t6:45km'
IX Accommodation jl:10pm JlOSSom
v?iis5 ,,ark -xeeommo.Iallo-1 .. 16 11 pm 15 55 pm
vMiiS Aeeommoditlon 13-J4 pm 17:45 am
Velley Park Accommodation .. 17.10 pin 17.00 pm
Texas LlmltPd ixe-ttbul-d). for ' ""
Tureka Sprlrirs Port bmlth.
i.nnls Cor!cana. Austin. San
Antonio. Houston and Gil-
E,p;...-f0r-v.ni,a; "vm 7-M'"a
Oklahoma, e-arthag. Jcplli.
VXIchlta. Burton anl th
""'' '3 00 pm TSara
L. A. N. R.
Fast Mall Exar.sxllle. Nish-
xiii. Birmingham. Mont
gomery. Chattanooga. Atlsn
'a. Macon. Charleston. S c :
Mobile. Nexx Orleans and
Jacksonxllle. Fla !-"! am -lSn
3ouIner.a'eSxpV.A..CCn0Uxa'n0.n: '5Slm 4'
si",;., Na'hvllle Blrmlmrham.
?i.m"- JJ'w; r'exn. Thom-
asvlll.. Jackson-.llI-. Palat-
ka. Ocala and St. Iv-.ersbjrg.
- ' . . 'l-vpia 7.ra
.MOniLE AMI OHIO"! '
South'. social 5, A"lT"-
Northern fcpeclal I ". I" .';? ?. .VcOpm
West India Flx.r. im i'li i
MLrnhx-boro. Sparta. ChiVtV; P Atam
and p.rrr Accommndatloq.... 11.50pm 1115 am
MISSOURI PACIFIC R ILWAY.
Fj.fjlall J"311- Arriv.
Iical Express ... . """"""H -?m mZ5
Kansas Cltx-. St Jcieph. braa" -Oapni
na and Southern Kansas Ex-
huig'ton" Accommodation.::: ilJS nil SS
bt Jo-eph Joplii. Wichita and '"-,rn' t'-s;'an
Kansas Limited. day tiiOpm 7i0am
c?J? "' c0an Express .'10 10 p 7So am
f m e S,0". Tke tra!n" '"" UnIi Station it
tvk Ttni" elo, . m ' J,3? P- IP" u S" P- -
vk""-. si" v" ,sinn.am.,6:"
a.m?S Vandexen-er A-.enu Station at t:3l
'Dally. tExcept SundaytSunday only.
3L. KT. Jt 1
Ji-iierrson Ilty. Collimb.'l !-
ualla. ainton. Fort Scott
expk" and In3Ian TfTTitcry
rlVX 'rfaiVa", SrZi: S:I5-,m o-
S,rn.Ve?aad!StFor?XP0U '5-,SaIn ,lin
and Dcnl-on Express S.15pm 7:41ara
ST. LOlIS-PEORlV MSB.
(See C. P. ,xV St. L )
ST. LOUIS MERCliTNTS-lminGE AID
TERMIXVL RMLWAY SCBCRUA
rr . t 25 n m.
VA II A I, IA L1E. '
xKaUW, f Pittsburg. PTODSyl.
TrainiT-No.. 21 and 21. Nexr DCP"t- "
York. I'lilHd.Iphin. Baltimore
and XXaslIniitr.n Special .''3 44am -fl-IOrn-i
Indlanapoll- and Nexx- Tork o.ivepn
Locnl S-niam .t rui M
e olumbus and Eastrm Express :17 pm '7-12 Sm
Vandall.x Accommodation JJOpm s-is?m
Indianapolis anl New York -s.Ii.am
tsS-'K!,, 1135 pm -) 40 pm
Fast Jl111 2.40am 1:44 am
Contine-ital Limited Detroit Depaxt' -rriv.
Macara Fills. Buffalo New
York and Boston S.OOam -l-lSiim
To'edn. De tr.dt. Niagara Falls. ''vvam "-15 Pm
Huffalo. New Yot nn.t Tt.
Toledo, New York and Boston"
Midnlclil Limited n.trol
S JO pm 7:15 am
2.45 am S.IEam
Buffalo. Nexr Yo-k and Bos
ton ... .... 110pm 2.00Bm
Toledo Local Express IJiam 3:45pra
Kanaan City Line.
Kansas City Fast Mall...." " .l"Srn Sr.
Kansas Cit.- Limited 10:13nm ri!2.
Pattonshur? Express SCOnm esiftn
Cannon Ball-Omaha : '7:30 Dm -einS
Ottumxv.v and Des Moines Ex- '-iu'In ''"
oliumxxa"and-"Dey"Miey M "
L"r"ed -, ; - -7.30 pm 5-3ara
West Moberly and Kansas
M;.j-cai-::::::::::::::::- f-g :j5
Eest-l)ecatur Local..." ." JsES.Ii -A.m
Decatur Local (Sunday oay," tMpm ...'..."
Snburban Trains. " ""'
I'rom Union Station
..2:13 pm '4 05 pm
4.20 pm 3.40 pm
.. IS 30 am
Ferguson (Thursday only)....
From Ollxe btreet Statinn
. USOpm 100 pm
Bjjon :::::ass. H-aS
S2!2h r.n"l- SJOam t6:4Uaa.
Klnloch Parle ............. ., .x-n. .a
FeTguson , 25.43 nm 15:25.
Ferguson -SSm n2V!:
rirluion (Saturday Gnij-y.V. U30 ?S i3
Easthound Lcavo Elchth anfl nnH ... .
exc.pt Sunday, s . C-VI.-x's :?0-3 rFnt
m.l2. t-43. 2.46 1-01. 5.),sl;7i"-1)-
cniyJt'efm' ,S,a- &"it&
, ., w...j-, ,.W( MIIJ n.