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TT?E HTCPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 6, 1902.
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THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE
BANK, with an experienced and
unchanging management, solicits
the accounts of corporations,
firms, banksand individuals.
G.W.OAKRELP.
President.
J. B. WOESTMAN.
Vice President
CAPITAL, $600,000.
We Offer for Sale the
St. Louis Co. Park 6ft.
St. Louis 4$.
St. Louis 3.6oft.
St. Louis ..25ft.
Cass Co.. Polk Township, 5ft.
German Empire 3ft.
xfffgrereaa. nsnot-JUiBJ:
1 Colonial
TRANSACTS A GENERAL TRUST BUSINESS
AT
BROADYAY AND LOCUST STREET.
MONEY TO LOAN - - -
ON APPROVED COLLATERALS.
DEPOSITS SOLICITED.
Savings Department Open Until
i 7:30 P. ffl. Mondays.
H L S. MITCHELL, Secretary.
Donovan commission co.,
(INCORPORATED.)
GRAIN. PROVISIONS. STOCKS. COTTON.
Orders executed on 1.000 bushels Grain. 50 barrels Porlt. 10 shares Stock. 3 bals Cottoc
Writ for our book of statistics and Dally Grain Letter mailed FREE.
317 TIE ST-
.PROSPERITY.
COPPER BASIS, ARIZONA.
Late strike Indicates large gold values In addition to copper. Price 39 cents per
share. May bo withdrawn from sale. Dividend; payable In July on all orders received
by July T.
1 J&PCAPITAJLOL
- 1 rURPJ-USAMDPEOFITS
Acts as Executor,
Administrator,
Guardian,
Curator,
Trustee,
Agent and
Attorney-in-Fact.
COMMITTEE OH TRUST ESTATES.
C A. FlnkelnbnrK,
Hobt. S. nrooklnaa,
John F. Shcpler.
Daniel Oatlin,
Iattao TV. Morton.
Henry O. Haaratlcte,
Jobs Ti DutIc
Hlthcst Rates of Interest Paid
on Deposits.
Safe Deposit Boxes, 55 Per Yeer.
I Botti Transit and suburDOB nn
K Pats Our Doors.
;
f t 67. . I" agiwfli
s5
Write for sample copy special
THUNDER MOUNTAIN
Edition, including
FREE MAP
C. S. HUHfl J Cl!51l, IDS Felt n Si. Xfw Tori.
Bcorlcs; 4 to I pr cent par annum
FOR SALE.
S 35.-O0O Baatnn nornt. Mn 1A.9A !
J5?'?5 9v f St. Charlta. Ma. water 4s.
? &xS.ui. UI- Hltb School 4.
5a Sr Dv- "uis. in., is
JlS.000 Klnloch Telephone Company 6s.
J10.000 SUt. of JallJco. MeUooT icold U.
Wi. 0. LITTLE g SRO-
nrVESTMENT CO
HI AND 3U N. POURTH 8T.
Deal.ra In municipal boods. local ttocka. bonds
and note Orders; at other axehanees promptly
executed try prliate wire. Uodt to I-a.
Phones: Klnloch A 1516 Bill Main it.
Tfeelt'a IJank Clearlnsrs.
Tsteniay, cleartcs-hccse ttnnt stowed
euxrlnxa. tll.275.eS0: balanca. 2,CTT.Sss. citar
ten fer tha weak wara lls.Ki.lU, compared with
IXiW
FINANCIAL
TAHJIS SCHMIDT.
Cashier.
LOCI? KRAEMFR.
Assistant Cashier
SURPLUS, $200,000.
Following Choice Bonds:
Clark County 6ft.
Dade County 5ft.
Scotland County 4Jft.
Denver Improvement 6ft.
U. S. of Mexico 5.
Swiss Government 4"c.
avtfTrrr. "j t-i
C H. SAMPSON. President
C53G3OT
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Allmt nm &EW Xl WkJiSkW
mil"i TruJ
Company J
Security Building. St. Louis, Mo.i
THE NEW OIL FIELD
BOULDER, COLORADO.
The Boulder oil fields In Colorado are
rap'dly forging to the fronL There aro
I about 250 experienced oil drillers and
contractors from Ohio, Pennsylvania
and California in the fie!d who have
brought their tools and trunks and are
prepared to stay. The public generally,
not even the people of Colorado, hare
as yet been able to grasp the importance
of this discovery. The demand for high-
grade oil Is increasing all the time, and
the discovery of a fine grade of illumi
nating oil at Boulder has solved the
problem. Experienced oil men see In it
an opportunity for malting a great deal
of money. Within the past two weeks
many new derricks have been com
pleted. TVe are now offering; for .ale trraa
ary atocU of the Richmond llonlder
Oil Company nt 5 cents per alinre.
This company orrna very vnlnalile
property In the proven diatrlet, nnd
1 .icIIIne thin ntoclc for develop
ment purpose, only. Write for pritn
prctn. to-dny. Addresa the nnthor
lxed aitenti,
Laclede investment Go,
707, 709, 711 Pine St.,
St. Louis, Mo.
A Myndlestte has purchased the enormously
rich copper mlnra of the Alcnanr Cap
per Company. Xevr Mexico, and property
la now free and clear of d-bu and now o3er a
limited number ot shares of tha treasury
rtcck at 35 cents, par value JLO). fully
paid and nonasseesable, for development pur- 1
rKrtes. We have the ore that lls" and will
eoon be payins large and permanent dividends
Samples, expert'a reports and smelter return'
can re seen at our ofnee.
1.1.1.... .-. n.11,
Company. Sole Asente. TCi Carleton bulldlne;.
..uu.. . u. vuv. ,
"GET THE FACTS."
Oil Investors Journal.
The truth and noihlnr but the trutn
concerulnr, the Beaumont r.ld and ether
Southern oil Ilelds. Arrurate reports on
all companies free to subtrrlbera. Send
M cents for e-mos. trial fubscrlptlon Ad
dress OH In lei tun Journal. Beaumont.
Tex.
STATEMENT OF ASSOCIATED BASKS.
Loans Sliorr Increase of f 17,01 1,100 In
Five Days.
New Tork. July 5. The statement of tha Ae
sodattd Banks fer five days and for the weeic
ending to-day shows:
Loans. J9lu.a3.2-M, increase. I17.011.4K.
Deposits. ti.KtC.SM increase. CSIS.1C0.
Circulation. Wl.ta.50: tncreasa, K27.trVj
Laal tscd-rs. y;e,3.): decrease, itcn.130.
Ppede. J173.lis.vi0. decrease. m7.7(M.
Reserves. 2L.;4S.0. d--reaae. JilSJ.lM.
Kererre required. 13a.en.s7S; increase. 1704.S3S.
Surplus. 319.CSt.73S: decrease. t2.SS3.C5.
The New York Financier this week says:
The offldal etatement of the New York Asso
ciated Banks last week showed a decrease of
13,if.10 In cash, of which JS17.7 crfist-d of
srecie and JT.471.4M cf leral tfnJers. The late
ment doa not agree ia this respect with ifco
esUrsates. which were based upon tbe traceable
Boidnrnu of money durlcs; the week. Indeed, a
dlsacreement was looked for. because toe esti
mates Included only the chances for the bank
weeje up to inursoay roorciug-. wniie me omctat
Tbe loans were Increased n7.cu.40o. This wis i
larxely due to the fact that the additional cant- '
tal aad anralns of the National Clt-r RanV witi.h
was paid In cash durlnc; the week, was promptly
loared by the bank, then sugmented tit item
of loans sbJ rat or less affM-fln i ....
of loans reported by the basks.
The deposits were Increased by Ctlx.130. This
sunocnt Is less by tU.0H.SM thaa the "n cald
FINANCIAL
i i i ii i '
MrttjiQTf
Hi
SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT STS.
Capital, S2, OOO.OOO. - - Surplus, Sl.500,000.
Acts In all Trust Capocitlos for Corporations and Individuals.
Loans Money on Roal Estato and Collatoral Security.
Bonds and Invostmcnt Socuritlos for Salo.
Complotcly Equipped Real Estato Ocpt. Safo Deposit Vaults.
2 INTEREST
On Chert ittonnts (frtdittd TIta?bly.
-OFFICERS-
A. A. B. WOEIMIIiinE. Pr-fdent.
GEO. K. DURAXT, 1st Vlc-P'es.
r;EO. V M'l.Kt: 2.1 V -I. & C.un.
J. H. Arc MEVER. 3rd Vice Pre.
r'lAS HAVII.tii.V. Sec etary.
Jl I.U'S i GAHREI.L. T.a-urer.
II S CAL'LFIELD. Alturnej.
DIRECTORS
Wza. Duncan.
Geo. F Durant,
Hen El-vman.
C Marrjuard Forsier,
Jullu Garrell.
cti:i". Hamilton,
Geo. W. Lubke,
I- It. Llackmer.
Chas. R Wake.
1. H. Urovsn.
E. II foir.n.
H S. CnuIVId.
John N Drummor.d,
Henry Dunrker.
fir In t ! ,vr.i' of ' - I the C raf of
,. j Tli a r r-ii i t f th t hn c-tl-
j( f ; " ; TTi -r iiitl" tta .'tly
! i ' h ii r.boi fi-tm ' c f de Nail-al
t irK o be .-h f ti.i n f ( nw ft k.
t t ' - wa uf u t ii-t n lu 1 i id e V
, it ..-;. Th rr . i t .m i w -r3l
( : .j. which sura a.ji J i . ? i1S ! s
r i in utIuj rert". wPi i Jirra n t an 4
t St tM.7.. ai tt
it w s li-1! C5t
1 Tn- daily " 'as
M ' fl l f Ihtr li
tee corri-,.:j : nc late last 3 ear
ac of bank clailncs durlnc tfe-
'i!v airaze of JI.&rt.-) in Ui rrvKu wtk.
Tlv Inrroae saj Urp.ly uue to fi Juiy dls
bu Per-iU9 anJ also trir City Uonk's -terattona
m ctinnectton li; its Increase vf capital. aloe
n rM to TT. nzrplcs r rv of t-. tank.
th u?h r.-fu-ri apj-ars to Le amii for all rr
lu'rtrwm. ien thjURb ihcrf t.iuld l a fif
th r -tluftlon in tl-e current urtk a ihr rrault
of ccui forti to Kraro-. T1k-s rxpwrt siu
liK l to vur. bcau- I'arln i n"w lncr-alpn;
l:- si k ot j-oM in t-xprtai n rf tie rrnrr n
o at. .ut Htt-.' r.f j'j r-r .-r:t into 3 r---" -"nt
ritt- The tMnsr.J for !: at Paris was list
'i rert-ttJ in ih ileiUner in cirhnoze at
I'aru on tni!on to n franos i;: cuitiro9. xnl
it i ;p-liab: ttat l'aii- w II this unk Jra
S M from New loik. itidiiwal hnc- for
ri:muit nll. !ecr. I partly vXft by n-
c i ti f K!onJlk roh2 thr-.uch &nay fftc
cr.K. t-oznparirc th- rtanrr tn Joan 6 th
ttnncirxil toinky. It 3DM-ar that aIx lnalltutlnns
ra.nM j 1 5. .j (..-. 0f nhrh th Cttv aon haj
. ne r.-t n - ce v e'Klt wnm
Jl wm4 xte n-y kvj a dereao cf C-
"Hi th fTrt Nat na! i3 . 4 arvl th West
em ll. X The laixfut caia wr- b Ihrrt
banks, which fcJwucd a total of $7.1m9.6aC
Tin- HnnltK.
Npw Tcrk. July 5. I .Siettinc xcharj;
pi .-ilr.il a: Jl.;4 (or drrjuru anJ at Jl.ii'; (or
Gi .leva, pew-t..! IUM SI.VhiI 4,94 ; commrr
.1.1 i.illi !1.Stft.U il.-i.cim dullarn 1'-.-.
i m .nnatl. . Jal i il.j - 3'sTC r c-nt.
Nvr York exchange fMr Clrarlnie. M.4S1.1W
.u Yric July S Urcoacra S2MT.hO. bal-a-vf.
JK.UT.33 Kor tiw .k. KaaFe. 11.
3:..C:l. tnlane.-3. ISMH.Sli. TuUI deaiirzt
In th- L'nltBl Italia f"i tie Tretlc. JLH;.:t?.iil.
on lccrue ol 5.T tr i.r-t o.r laM year.
I l.-v.-m. Jo.y C Uaehanrrs Kl ti H.. llac.
it v. t-j. tor uxe necK. excuans. f.-...?u;
1.1 n. . S.l.riiulS
.:il'rrh Ja. s. Cl'arlncr. j:i J.t: Ml-
bt t2.fl3.Di y-tr the :-. ol'arlo?. JIM -
JS..1E. balance. li:..Ii S 4 M n.y laid pvrceat.
nnr -IIer. '
Nen York. July l-r l.ir 5K.C pr ounce.
Ir..l. n qslct at Z.'.J ;tr ounye
Treuaury Statement.
Wa&hlnctoo. jui .iaakUile cah balance.
Inii.irtx and rixporta.
Stir Tork. Ju.y i. Kir"" "f rM from New
Ttk. for the eis enil. js ttnja v.-re IW.a; of
rllvr. &.r""S. Impo-ta of ft.a. tM.l: of til-
rra! mrtrtitJ for tee vieife were valued at
i.j4.ra.
THE WEATHER.
Official Forecast -Viinounced for
To-Dav and To-Morrow.
Wa-hincion. July 5. Forecast far Sunday an!
Uando :
Illinois Fair la ra-itii; howera In nsnh por
tion unda. Monday. Knorra and co.tr;
fr. h aoutrc5t uritls b-c m.ng no:tne t
tastm Texas Fair aJ n.. t.nr.d a rn San
& Iun-a. Iait. .-i..t ptvoably b.mersanx
cok-r in extreme north iMt.ba. ficb o-tti.a.t
niiids on the ccaft.
0.shna. Uuian Tir.rltory and Westrm
Texas tair Sunday and Mor.tla.
ArXacax l.ir and na.in Sunday. Monday.
prutui snomis and cuofr.
MiftKHin Fair In east, hourri anJ coder ia
rvi trtlon Suikuo M'rflay. fair, .xctpt
stiouera an coo.r in ent poitloo.
I
Locnl ltcport.
&turajy. July C 1.
Decreta.
Nbnnai temperature. TH year.. .S
5it.n temye.ature to-day SI
LM-artuie for tn day
Departure kice Jul 1... ...... ............ ........IX
lai.rtute aiace January L... .
laches.
Normal preclpilitlcn to-dxy 12
freiipiiaLoa o-cy j
1Hiiui for the day -.11
fi-initure since July 1 .IS
L manure atsca Jaouiry 1..... .1.14
lUri. -rail.
R J. HYATT.
Local Forecast OSlcial.
Guvernmrnt Iteport.
Iwpartrceai of Asilcuiure. Weatber Bureau
line. rokwca! obMivailksa reetited at at. Luuls
July 0. IMC. at 6u p. ra local time and I p. n.
mrnty-tUUi n.n-klian umt Obnratlocs raal
at tre sura tcum.nl at an stallo&s.
felatlona.
Dir.Ta ill.It.-Un Wrath-r
Abi.ei.6 .....
Amatt.lo ....
.'.ttazita .....
IdMoatck ...
IlurTaio
t hariatte ..
. riatinuKa
Unclrnatl ..
Ueteland ..
CMcawu .....
Cwunibus ...
Cairo
Crejenao ...
Concordia ...
...br. 91 .... Ptvlouay
..MV M St .... OMSX
:XV a 'ji .... VI cloudy
-Stt" 7s S4 Clear
.S1V
.0 72 ... It cloudy
t SJ .3 louly
: : .14 Cloudy
M SI .... Clear
.. m:
...w
...sv
ai Ccar
l rS
It i-ioody
..JiW
s rt
.... it cloudy
.... Pt CtOady
.... It cloudy
.... Cloudy
.... ciovdy
.01 Clear
.... Clear
.... Pt cloudy
Cloudy
.... Pt coudy
.... Clear
Pt cloudy
..a a tz
C3 C
$4 IS
,...
8
itu.utn
,.NE
zs ts
l3tuue ......... ...d M t6
ltrnpurt a M W
!). jjuioca h 12 It
1 Denver
.N ii .i
rJOC City
r3 t'aso ....
Fort Smith
Galveston
Orand llavrn .....
tOrand Junction
Huron .............
AiAvro
Helena
Indianapolis ...n.
Jacks-.nvill.
Karua City ....
laulsvlUe
lender .......
...si: M
.5W M H
S M II
.b'K i
.OS Clear
MV 7S 0 Claar
K K tt .U Cloudy
....Sc: 7t 22
Cloudy
....v a (4
S K .,
....SB ti M .,
s as..
S SO 9i ..
....W 3 M ..
...SV K
ciouay
Cloudy
It cloudy
Itcajdy
.... t.iear
.... Itdou3y
.... Cloudy
.... It cloudy
.... Clear
.... Pt cloudy
.... Clear
.It It cloudy
.... Clear
.4S It cloudy
.... Clear
.01 It cloudy
... Cl.udy
... Pt cloudy
Clear
... Clear
.01 Clear
... Clear
... Clear
PtelMiJy
Cloudy
... Cloudy
Ptelaudy
Clear
Clear
.04 Claar
... Clear
... Pt cloudr
Mntromery .
ilemuhli v IS w
Msuquttte SV it st ..
Medina SW 41 72 ..
New
lotk ............... .W 74 &1 .
Norfolk W :) SI
N. Orleans S !) M
Nashville S II it
""" Jiaiic n ii
I M...
W M K
Oklahoma ...
Ililailrltila
Pzlestica
Plltshurc .......
1'arl.ersburtr .......
Pueblo
IUpl.1 City
M. Paal ..........
Shreitport
Sp intfleld. III.....
St. laiuis
pnnineld. Jio....
h-dt l.iko
Santa Fe
t-an Antonio
S tt 9J
Nil M M
Sr: si a
.....MV M W
SW K SO
....NW SS 74
. NW M 74
S13 H S3
S t
SW 4 SJ
s t: ;
S S3 M
SCO
.....SW 79 73
SE H S4
sax
tviclubutic
.. Ptclonly
tJ
aahineton ..
....NW M w It cloudy
S SI Id .... Cloudy
Wichita
IU. -Pall.
Indicates trace ot rain.
Thunders tarros.
R. J. RTATT.
Local FoTast OScUI.
CROPS RUINED BY HAILSTORM.
Tremendous Loss Sustained in Cen
tral Nebraska.
Omaha. Xeb.. July S. The worst haU and
rain storms of the season visited Central
Itebraska last nlcht. doing a great amount
of damace to crcps and other property. At
Grand Island the hall practically destrojed
vegetation over a strip of country seven
miles long- and four miles wide.
In the city few plate-class windows were
left -whole and trees and shrubs were de
stroyed. Corn and unharvested small grains
w-i beaten into tbe rrcund and are a total
loss Great rleces of Ice unworthy the name
of hailstones fell In some places. E"an
i,rceK. jvrancisi. .inner ana net I'cln:
were oUl'r towns that were visited by the
alorm.
ADMINISTRATOR FOR PERRV Es
tate Letteri. of edmlnlstraUon were crant
ed yesterday to Lewis Perry on the estat
of Mrs. Ellxa Jane Perry, which Is valued
at 111,705.
ii ii i i ' i i " i i ' Hi" ' I I I i im
KlK
-im
TROST
CO....
Oa hilars r$! 03 cr lore.
II. E SPRAGUE. Trust OMcer.
KENT JAIIVI5. Uond Oilier.
II FiriSTBIt. I-oan Olllcer.
DAVID P LEAHY.
Msr.asir Real Estate Dept.
GEO. P. r-OTEE.
Manager Safe Deposit Dpt.
J. II. Aug. Meyer,
John C Roberts,
A. O. Rule.
J. Wagoner.
W. It. Wells.
Thos Wrlcht.
A. A. H. V.'oerhelde
RIVER NEWS.
Itlte stoiX 1'nl
Tor Si hours ecdlnc at
FtatH r.a.
Iai,ur ...
l'aricrLurr;
tlminriMtl
Iuuisille ...... ......
NahI.I ............ .
Chs.ttD ca ........
I-lt enee ...
Johnni.lIU ...........!
KvaJitllIe ...... -
M Iaul
XHibunu? ...... ........
Ivckuc ...... .
Icf Moines
JeTrta
Graft oo .. .........--
I'ncha. ........ ........'
Kan City
Xloonrlll- ................
of the Itlvcrs
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T-rittfr ...
Clro
iltinithis .
j I-Jttlr I lock
Vlckbuix
1 sntevrp rt ...
1 NVt Orleans
I Xtlta. -Fal!.
It J. irTATT.
Local Fdrecast OISclaL
niver Forecaat.
Tie Hlver at St l'a will falL
Klter nnil llunlnro.
Ilsrbcr gius y.jterday rcarkfd 31 ft; In
dlcaUnc " (all of .3 fot derlec the last 31
Iwurx.
Utulcua alocc the LTe jetcnlay waa nor
op to the averaje. onlac to the alrosit gieral
fcolhUy
Weather generally fair.
To-I))' IVenther.
rrotiahly fair.
Arrived.
Grey najtle
bta&ty
ipirai nacl:
liiM lu.
Chester .............
CVIumWa --
..Cnniseree
.IlurlJuloQ
AifJi
l-o t4
Cat GlrarSeiu
cat-r
Ueynrtcd.
SUlcey
Ciey Eagl:
KnVuk
......... CJmn.eic.
........... .iciest
Lou.f.a..x
.....ivoita
Ait'ia
.Cap Glrat3rau
(AjIuoida
t litlit bi CSilhwcn,
j. ...j jj'e
Cocattr
Departures To-l)ny.
Erread Easl ..................-..Altcn
City of ProTldeoee iloaterano
Iltvcr Itlalto Drevttlcs.
Th-s India Giiens was chartered yesterday
and will t-e placed In the wheat trade below at
Iaiuls. maniac a trip each day. She will 10 tut
tsta is. nice. Capiali Abx. Iausocl wid be
toaster ard Frank 1 e:Uns clerk.
The Cheter arrlied jeter.tay from Cr-
Girardeau aaJ departed tn the eltemoon on tr.
return he trvuctit in 4 sicks ot wceat and
3Mra.Irbed l.ea.
Unre Ujn :7.iO b-osliels cf wheat arrived in
Ft. Luui yestcrda Ow nc to smal. number of
boal In the trade, nwi of It cam by rail.
The Colombia arrived fjfro thestar and St.
llary'e with a -(v trip, the biwueht tn l.io
sacks cf wheat ant a heavy mixed carso On
the return tr.p ke took out 4) lOval pas-jneera
and 13 round-tritpors.
CapUln Jams S Smith, who la at his farm
near Pulaski. Ill-, was pilnfuliy Injured by t- ,
lnx kicked by a mule last week la a letter U
Captain Drown ot Harbor N". 31. Car-tain Smith
)i he did net mind tbe kick tnucn aa lei X
lotred to cite up a nsnicc tnp oy tne incur
rence. The Belle of Calhoun departrd for Lotilsiina
yesterday afternoon wita Cd p.troaae, srw
took out 43 cab.n passensen.
Bexlr.MEic ti-mo-n.w tta effica cf the Co
Iumb.a Packet company wl.I be located at the
te lin whanboat. at the foot of line street.
Cclcncl Hunter lien Jenk ns. r-re al ij-nt. rvr
merly had his cf 3.e at the Ul.mond Jo Line land
lsc A rrzular meettnc of Harbor Ko. 33 will be
Lcld to-morrow morales;.
The steamer little Colamb'a, now at Her
mann, will ba tTCUKht to St Iiu s a-;d plan-1
In IL Missouri Rltar trade with the Q.-apvln
and Kennedy
The Crey East arrived frm Commerce yes
terday morale and d'partel la the afternoon
en the return trip with (rood ratrcnace.
The W. n Orspenee d-partel yesterday
afternoon for Mlssiri Iliier pints with aro
carvo. The KeaneUy will so cut oa tbe eame
trade Tutslay
The Bald Katie arrm.I from I'Mrtr eterday
and der-arted in t afi mwn on return. Sae
toclc out a number uf rxejrlaaltF.
. Tte ttn ad dele will make her regular San
cay excursion to Alton tada. csartinr at a JO
In tbe lutrn.nc-.
Capula Ceorye Belt was a caller upoa Colo
nel Hunter lln JenU.ns jeiurday.
The SUn departed for Keokuk esterday
afternoon w.th a Urjce number of excurs or.1 j:s.
, Tc Cape Girardeau will artlve this motnlac
from Cairo, btlajlnt la the exsurrtou she toll
out Thursday. .
D r Telesrnpbu
REPUBLIC SPECIALS.
Cairo. UL. July .-Th river rca, .1 c a foot
cunn the past ii hours. The caur. r.M. rT
J.t- -J"1 "'"her la clear axid very nana.
"lb. D-.c Fowler arrtcd at lau p. mf wlta a
fair UI8. locl-dinx a Ur. ctnslgaioeni cf 1
wheat, aha teturr to Padaoah on tima. The .
Atalun. rrom iiemphls wtin a fair trip ccn- I
siit.r of cotton, .taws and sundries, arrived
d-3frAecfforncn?nat.,la!',J3oBTn!
Oty ot Clifton, from ou Louis, with a rood
trip, cotuiauns mainly of wheat aid mlicel-
laneoca merchandise, arrtied at 3:50 and harms
done hut intie tuineaa, departed for the. Ten-
ntasce Klirr at 430 p. ra. lbs letera Lne rro.n
: SlSSS EJM I
Tha lleaier. from Cincinnati, arriied TiTeSt Tt
4J9 p. ra. gb will leavo fer Caruthersviile to-
rnorrow monucc. Tbe Peters Lee is du rroaj
Memphis.
,' Hi!hl7esn-' JaIjr t The river here stands !
rira TtTi'; a0arrir5 Hi,"" Ult
lVfmASnslsCSiyAarrt,0ny.e7n3;
Ruwell Lord, from fthlle Rlv.r, with a toV
cf carsea loaded with railroad tjes, pasted op ,
at II a m. for St, Louis. .
New Orleans. La.. July J. Weather mnt-r i
. rittsbnrc. Pa.. Julr S River 1J.4 feet
Inc. Clear and hot
fall-
Wheelln. IV.
Inches; falllnx.
Va
July S. River 1
4 feat I
Clear and hot. i
Cincinnati. O.. Juiy 5. River X.Z feet
lnr. Ocar and not.
rls-
Loulrvllla. Ky.. July 5. River falllnc. In
canal. 20 feet 1 Inch: falls. 1 fee s fneh-
low loexs. J4 feet Inches. Clear and not.
Lvacsvtlle. led.., July L River falllct slow
I)': 13.) feet. Clear and warm.
Chester. UL. July S. Down bcts: Peters Lee.
2 a. rn.: City of Clifton. 4 a. ra.; City of Fhef
Held. 4 a ra : Chester. 11:33 last nlsjht. Oar
and warm. Caere 15.4 feet and fatllns.
Paaamh. Ky.. Jul J. River caute reads 17.S
feet. The Dick Fowler left for Cairo at IS
this momlnr. Tbe John S. Hopkins arrived
from Evansillle at !: - m.. left en return
trip at 1: p. tn. The Ssary Stewart left fer
Cloleonda at IM n. tn. Th Tennessee left for
the Tennessee River at : D. m. The Avalon
Is due from Memphis at IV o'clock to-nlcht.
Burlinrtea. Is-. Julr I The river is 5 feet 5
Inches abc.e Krw-water mark, a rise of 1 Inch.
"Weather fair and continues warm. Beats la
and Oct: Klotse. from Fort Madison: Helen
LiMir (rom Aavenjsin; .-uiocy aue op to-nlcht.
Dubuque expected down ta-morrow.
Grand Tower. 111.. Jul S- City of Clifton down
at 7 a. m Gtr of Ehefneld arrived riown ..
t a. m. and departed for St. Loals at 19 a. m.
Peters L down at V 30 a. m. The raute reads
SZ.: feet and stationary. Weather clear ani
J warm.
I Cape Qlrardeau. Mo.. Jnbr S. Weather fair.
iuTcr co siana. me vpe uirarseaa trp com
Cairo st SSu a. m. She haa been tosdlns wheat
st Commerce and lower points. She Is due tip
for St. Loots tc-nlxbt. Tha City of Memphis ,
dawn at l-JO a. rn.
1
CT.Y" .u VTj u "wa- cK3Durg: im- mat mere was fomeimnc; in.Ke that he
v?. i v !?." . . . i na1 cut as ffec'ua ly as if he had used a
w?. . elb?IX; Mis- J.Blr ir0.15?? as-s l't. a pair of shears upon it. Thlnkinc that he
S'and-eJVLfi .! umethfi.e aml-s th unfortukat
STEAMBOATS.
SPECIAL .NOTICE.
On and after Mcnlar. Jtry ".. t-:r C&lumMa
Kill trinaart busm s r-. in L.rw wan. to nt,
lit XTKlt LE.. JI-.SKS. Or. A(.cCt.
EAGLE PACKET COMPANY,
The OiiI Slile-Uurel Mrnncn Pot
CA? GIHAHJEAy, GUMMSaCE
Anil all Ian- -a- -., . r t.fii f.i r
!- l-
Ai'i- or;:Kir:.t
M .nla anj
Fxica.,9. I p
st- :uy
Oji-. j III.
m
1UVJ1UE. W'in mIo' at! S'atur-
ltOLnJ Vr.p to Coni:irc. $4 wi.
icnuaia.;
Itocrd Trip to Care Ctraf.au. JJ 0 I B.r:r.
lking a .ie umI ifva a ::urla. x
ctjDfe.p o j at .j. a Twr. nt- t nc try
t-tr jj. : u'l.ja -r itn s: ! u-u: Mot
Ii m-rnl'i; K'tind tup. UKluUirK meals acd
Lnth. rl.lll.
illinui. i:m:it.
Sir Ita!d I'ikI f..r ' r-a ana all way land
Irs. Vlet:r.ef.j.ti tj a.tj. . p m.
tUuiuU II V. I.KYHE. Axeat.
! St. Lcais anJ Teanssssa Riv:r PasXet Ca.
, (Jreal Teiinenoer lllfr Ilonte.
Excursion Season Now Open.
i .? - i ur ti tti'iii;
r ! . puol 'ilp.
win i- wbwuj- f..: of m
trel. U-i!crlir. J-r S. t ft P
n . for Oajr irr'lcu. c in. Mrt ,fl.. I
C-eah acU all lar. dki on ronst Itirer. to
UatrU-u. Ala-
JNf FL M FSNGALE. AlCt.
P&on Main 4A n1 a lit.
EXCURSION
TO MONTESANO AND
N. M. G.
EMCAfflPfflENT
"5tr rttr of rmrljice will leave Putviar at
f i. ? 1. Td-Iiv IM A!n -H rrrat
f efaam tattle- : anJ I . Thur4ay n 1 Fr-Uy.
t 9-M: Satur0a-aplc Training soh.J- J p rt.
. . . . . . .. . . ..
: jUKirj trip lexc r' raiQruai. ac, eni..iren n-ti.
price. Muele by nrst Krf-ltn nt Umn.1 and V"o!l
rath's Oreiieatra. xce!9t luzth and cafa ser.-.
com ii hi i.cKirr roiiiv.
Fart frefeM and fin pae3K-r aceomrdatlosi.
Th onl) n-iraur te. Ger.vie M Mar) a an-I
Chetter pa art
VTEAMEIl COM IIHIA
Iar.. er Tu.la f" .r. i aid Saturday
at 4 p m (tori l-u l.'r wr(lat.
llbund trit. 13 i - lu tlri.' n.. jrI nod.
III'NTKH HK n..iv ..rwial AKfCt.
rnorw Main !(... K rl rt A T.i.
LEE LIKE STEAMERS.
To alemphl. $T.lt Itoiinii Trip. lM0
IncliKli- z Mai .txl U-itn.
Fer Criat"r. Giand T-w-r "jre 3irarnaa.
Calrc Mempbiy. Il.na. G vrcv.'l.. Vicksbu-s
and Xtrlz. takin. .i-ishi twf all nay UuMmica
this pte of w i m and latuiisca en Axaa
.a Kjrr to I' r. Hlutf
Rs Lee. Tu-daf July S. i p. St.
I'ttr I-. Fn.Uy. July I. E p. ra.
ri.u ..iMrfbuil. 'out r l.t. rt.
Fbenr. Malr lMC Kmiocc. a VA.
Vf. E. Albltx Ctm. Ast.- V. It Connor. Ctx
Asr.
St. Louis - Chester - Gaps 6!rard32'j Line.
DAILY SERVICE.
STll. CITV OF MIEt-TIKLD.
TVill ttvf Kharfbcat. f-t of Pine rtreet. Me--day.
Unlofkn and K-t.la. at 4 p. ts. for
tltanJ Tower and all lan.ica.
hTH. CI1ITEII.
I vein liv Tun.jt Thurwl-v- ..jl atMisT. at
I 4 p. m. for Jr- Oira.--'au ind all prirx-lpai
i IrKHnx utrk im- lm accomnKidatuxa.
, j'ticres. Mam l an a 113.
JOHN L .A l1ALE. As'tlt.
rrrEn siississiri'i.
DIOHDJQUaHSTs-HHRS.
A dellchtfol thrr an: f mr dayV cut re
Ft I rn n llirbjrs it zi-rf,
' r.le..'. t ... aaa ll,..,k.l
t - 1- uu sa,. is:i lUII
Oj.u K.cckulc N&uvcm. Fcrt iLdi-
so3 aM Dura ,,'us;
.Mi:ii:ii SIUNHY
Lrivea Tuesday. July t, at - p. in.
FOR StTPAUL
Anl Interrre ate P !n
Tlt. Dl III Ql I- u's-lay. JuTy S. 4 p. ra.
STn. Ql'IACV, Sunday. July 1J. 4 p. jn.
Fnsi T-harftvat. fa.t cf Wahntvn ave-ue.
Phone Main I7 I P l -K Oen. A
Sfesn.er Osile of Calhoun,
The i-nly regular Cal.ian i1un;y pa-k-t li
wharlbat. , t oT I ul At v 1 dcelays anl
Saturdays at 4 r n f j. Calh un County Ur.l
inre. roucd trip S3 i' Kx -r -n thr 'sn tn L. a
ltana every Sat-.r ' y I: und t-p, it. in. 'as.nz
meal-srd 1 t-i L.Ri.N' E MA. TONAI.D
l"hoae Ma.n SJ1 General ,snt.
S5,0fl0 PAIHT13G
BD1HEB BY BOY
Careless Messenger Cut Canvas of
Yoseniite Valley Picture
Into Strips.
REPPTSWC SPECIAL.
San Francl-co. Cal . July 5. Thomas IIH1.
on of California's mest noted Unfv-ape
palntfr.s. now st h a tud!o In Wawoiia. u
vtunnetl by the nrHirt which he reached
him of the almost bopelf rst mutilation of hi
preat canvas. 3 of the Taeiil'e Valley. All
h knows cp to dat Is t'.at a boy with a
saw and a dvslo to make a pafKfnc box
for a small pliture roaiu; d to cut eight
ho es in a. straight line acr m hu u ture.
v.-hlch would have takn,f.(r) to purchae. I
"Word of this lni-X"Uiifc, aa.l untr.ward ac- j
clder.t reached H.II from the Kabiohn-K3n- I
nedy Art Company, the emp!oer of tbe '
coy. nnj tbe custodian of the picture. He
has as yet taken no action in the matter.
The atory is this: Hill sent this notab'e
paititlnr; lo Uuflalo for the Pan-American
lvxpi.aitIon, wh-te it attracted the Krrate.-t
admiration. At the close of the exhibition
Hill ordered the canvas taken from tha
stretcher, rolled and j.nt to the Rabjobn
Ivenftfcdv Cnmnanv It kac v. ii t. v.9
distinctly marked and du'y dellrereil. Rab-
John & Kenn dj awaitlnc orders fron
ISfriE&S?,9"'10 l """ otkro"a
c atorebOUSc.
Several dajs apo Foreman Olsea told the
delivery boy. James Li I :-n. w o a!so do
chores, to make a t-x for shipping a small
nalntlrir Tn lnur b.vn. t.,.. -.... k..
:-VnxbUe'?ov
W"uEht that he could Improve on his vr..rk.
aa ono siJe of U"-e box was not atwirh:.
H looked rxound for more materia.', un t.
seeing a ions box. eirht inchts deep by
eisht feet lone, concludfd that half of It
wou!d " "- vhai be needed, ami.
" 'l ? 'IL'eH?0"." r.at rretU:
Ur w?" ." ae7;or,1n8:y Proceeiled to
raw lt ln two- Crasn went the saw
throuch one side after another, and whn
the box fell in halve? the !or discaverel
Dor began to read tee directions on the
cox ana inve-tiKaie tue fz ro'l of canvi's.
"When he reported to the foreman he hud
no Idea of the enormity of Ida roltak.
He was sat.s.1td that all was not well ru.
he had no idea that he bad cut holes In a
P.(C0 canvas.
This accident Is particularly pitiful In th?
llrhl of Ilill'a fallns health He has al
ready suffered thre- atrokts of paralyis.
and lt Is doubtful If he will be strong
enough to paint so larsre a picture aealr..
The painting which has come to crief bears
the date of IsSS. and is taken from Artit
Point, showins the whole sweep of th val
ley. It was first exhibited outside of the
TVawona studio at the Bohemian Club ex
hibition two J ears a?o.
SPEED OF TRAINED DOGS.
Grevhounds Can Travel nt Rate of i
t- t . -i- -i r. , I
blguteon lanlS a Second.
Greyhounds are the swiftest dogs known,
and scientists ray that they are the swiftest
of all four-footed animals. Tm.'ned hounds
earn travel at the rate of e'ghteen to twenty-three
yards a second, which Js about the
speed attained by a carrier pigeon. Thse
dogs are bred for speed alone. Every other
consideration la lost sight of. and only tbe
machinery that makes for motion and en
durance Is cultivated.
Foxaocsds art also Terr Kit travelers.
Zi'.rl.'r'.iSt.'Vli.'IV-'i.T.U,-. S-Ji:
ilflas filo 1 a
if
AS AN INVESTRIIEiyi
1 fj
I tsl
This C rap-inv Is novr too vr'l known to need exrlatatlcns of Its merits. What
the ' K. ty ' :.- done and what the "Kat" Is doing Is the btst vrouf that as an
Investment -Katy" stock has ni equal.
NO ROOM FOR DOUBT.
. i-
In the first place, this is one of tre oldest companies at BeaumonU
5-ond. It wan rrroni; th" Rrt companies to own a Rusher.
Third. It hs kept on drilling gushers as th"y were ret-deL
Fourth. It owns three times more land on Spindle Top than asy other company
of l'k rapitaliztttlon.
Hfth. It 1 payfcitr tn largest dividends of any of the twenty-one companies
that have paid dividends to date.
Sixth. It has paid these dividends from actual earnings.
i
IB
Seventh, as Ion? as Spindle Top and the Texas Oil Field holds out it will con- S
tinue to pay dividends. tt
Eighth. If you don't believe this, you may go to Beaumont at the Company's 2
expense and find that t is better than represented. Many have sone and Invest!- 4
Sattd and found It that way.-and none ha-.e gone home without Increasing tholr j
Investment. j
Ninth. If you wish to do so. you can borrow 19-per rnt of the purchase price of 3
'd
,4
I 5
z
your stock. This Is better than can
o&tate.
Tenth. "Katy" stock will earn for you as much In one month as you can get a
In one year ly depositing in a savings bank; besides, jour original investment will
enhance in value. j't
BOOKS CLOSE JULY 8th. A
In order to participate in the July
your raa on record by July Sth. The
The remaining pcrfr-n of th July
share. Tou may make rerrvst!:ns of
close of bus'ness Tuesdaj, July Sth.
fin g C r"i E 3 V3 ! sflJUt?A5?
ineoyriE, LMtiw-j itiy s&am usl, ya,
Suite 14 Laclede Building, St. Louis, Mo.
I'lione. KInlnrh A 170S. General Offlero. Renmnant. Tex.
it :v
tzscizzzzzk:
WORK
THE FIUST CCVTK.1L I'UJT OF THE
P.ATBONAL FIBER & CELLULOSE CO,
Located at KANKAKEE, ILL.,
50 MILES FItOJI CHICAGO.
Ele-ren acres, situated on KnnUnkre Iltvcr (with ISO feet river frost), on
THE IMJI.WA, ILLINOIS A IOWV RY., II.LI.NOIS CENTItAL IIV.,
DIC 1 RY nnd ICAMCAKEE .t SEECA itY..
lliese fonr railroads tapplntr the center of tbe crcnt Corn Kelt.
This location elves ns the advantages nf Chicago freight rutes to nil
point, clienp fuel at onr doors, an Inexhanstlblc supply nf pure wuter, nnd
lirlnc In the heart of the Corn licit, enables ns to e-stntillsli deplthlnir.
plants at convenient points to supply this Central I'nlp .11111.
WHAT A GREAT WEALTH PRODUCER
THIS XE1V IXDCSTKY CHEATED AJD OWSEU BY THE
NATIONAL FIBER & CELLULOSE CO.
Will become ran best be indeed 1y vrhnt It Is Koine to supply, vlx.: onr
Kreal paper Iniluatry. that will otherwise have to depend for pulp on Can
ada. Accnrillnic tn the census reports of 10OO. the paper Indnstry of the V.
., nltli nn insrsted capital of ssiTO.UIIO.OOO. and employing; oser 50,000
pcuple. produced over 2.1G7.T.S3 tons of paper. 1
THIS I'ltODCCTIOX REaCIRES THE CLEARING OF
1,135 Acres of Forest Trees Every Day for Pulp,
Or -tl-tlT.' ACRES EACn TEAR. As the devastation of onr forests hits nl
rea.lj proxtrrssrd so far as to become n nntlonal calamity, It can be seen
bow soon tre wonld be at the mercy of Canada.
The National Fiber & Cellulose Co.,
For the manufacture of Pulp for Paper, Feed anil Cellulose Products front
our enormous cornstalk waste, will be of the greatest public uood by fnr
niahlnic capital a highly remanerntlve Investment, labor new fields of etn
plojment. und nKrlcnllure- new prottts by Increaslnir the revenues per acre
from S4 to ? annually.
For fnrtberlnK development -worlc a limited amount of stock Is offered
AT ,52.00 A SHARE rUllZ2!S&ru'ad UNTIL JULY 24,
ns progress In preparation will necessitate a further advance to :2J0 per
share.
LEVDING DAILIES AXD TRADE JOURNALS THRorcnOCT THE COUN
TRY COMMENT HIGHLY ON THE MAGNITUDE OF THIS INDCSTRY, THE
GREAT NEED IT 1VILL SCrPLY, AND ITS SPLENDID PROSPECTS.
Former allotments of stock have been oversubscribed anil so will be
this small onr.
ACT AT ONCE. If you wish to secure this splendid Investment, -which,
will soon command a price of "10.OO (par value) per share, or over.
For descriptive Illustrated prospectus and subscriptions address
SANFORD MAKE EVER. Fiscal Agent, 84 Adams St., Chicago.
1-3 . fr
Bocks of the Company for .he 3
July Dividend
CLOSE JULY 15.
Dividend Has Advanced
100 IN A LITTLE OVER THIRTY DAYS
ON THE
BilUlMT OIL EXCHANGE
We challenge all competitors to show as
good a record.
Buy Dividend NOW, while you can get
it at One Cent Per Share.
Send your order to
LEWBS H. SCURLOCK fc CO.,
Suite 194 Laxlede
W
R Our Weekl
eekly Market Letter Just Issued.
cclnt: at the rate of nearly eighteen yards a
?n.2-,. M Du-"l:r- he nt.ed.Kr,??1c,5.5!:
the ped ci anmaU that little fox terriers
tnttlns alone with their masters who are
driving cr rld.ng a blcjclc cover mile after
roi'e without a touch of fetlgue or distress.
Many .-mitral" akin to dogs show even
prenter endurance. A wolf can travel flfty
or sixty miles in a nizht and be ready for
a similar Journty the following night.
BIG GAME IN OLD MEXICO.
Stirring Hunting Tales Told by an
Engineer Prom Coahuila.
nnpurtLic special.
Mexico City. Mexico. July a A civil en
gineer recently returned from thn hacienda
j of Jlmulco. in Coahuila. an immense prop-
er,y ntalnln5 over sauare kilometers.
eUs some stirring tales of shooting wUd
game. Antelojci abound, but great care U
nccesary In approaching these wily crea-
tures. owing- to tneir nabit of always plac
ing one or two on guard while the rest of
the herd is feeding. The sent.nels. faithful
to their duty, remain with head erect, peer
ing and snlfflnff to the four points of the
compass, and give a swift alarm the mo
ment an enemy appears in sight.
v.Vr.h.i,ii .Mk;. . cio I
.-dHSb7h ia?Sii, ?Id b?s'uaz!?' eaTa'
lr.g cp wltlt a number, one of the hunters
I succeeded In kllllnc taa and dismounted to
;sot. tong since a party or young men wero
FINANCIAL
JHUajfJJi.UC'IW.m:
WU'v
be done on ordinary dividend-paying real
dlvl.vr.d. you must buy vour stock and havo
dlv'r: nd of 2 per cent will be paid July Kth. y
allitment will fc sol I .,t rar-ten cents a f3
sic-k by letter, phone or wire until the
ja
f MR TEVflP rtBI tB i"5
;-rwi?Ty-qF?ryirrT'a.Li: trra?
BEGIN
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IHBUSTRY ST&
5H 8 HaW-3
fi
BIdg., St. Louis Mo.
tjenera.1 Ulltces. Bea.umonf. Tex,
secure it. As he approached his prey a
dozen or more Javall that were hiding In
Ihe tall grass attacked hlro feroctously.
and one fastened his tusks in the hunter's.
hee!, hanging on like srim death. The
others came to their companion's assist
ance and the brute was killed, but the
tusks were sunk so deep into the heel that
the hog's Jaws had to be pried apart witni
a gunbarrel befi.re the man was freed H
Strange as It may seem, tbe wound closed fl
quickly and with no serious results.
On this same hacienda are both wild dogs H
and wild burros, the latter being remark-J
ably swut ana r.aru to taxe. too dogs f:
are v,na brutes ana tmcKiy covered with
extremely Ions, coarse hair. Some tlnnj
n. n ft nun was ciiiirht nnrl trtm. .a
v-lopins into a tine watchdog, but though
II
every euuti i.i.uc iu secure a mats
for him it has not been possible.
It Is not generally realized tnat the mona- C
tain lions of Mexico will attack a man, v
but several recent encounters show them to
be as dangerous for men as for beasts. One
of the moros In a recent hunting party had
cut one nana, ir.e stump ot nis (eft arm )
bearing witness to a lenioie struggle with
a lion he bad shot and then approached.
klaliinn sYa (Su lna ilnnrl u.ll.
ii
i,U.Us.l..rS .""- IV4.W.C r aj u7UU. fc !TJ 1 1 1 iXll rtiJ
who has hunteO in the State of Sonora tells l
et certain nr4ncr rhrA tn mjn ..
Vukatssi IrtllAis hi? atnn Wlts. OwnnlTie ts -
thr night These brutes follow a man for
mile a, like the panther, lured on by the
human scent and hopes of finding- an op
portunity to spring on the traveler. A
poriuiuiy to spnng on tne traveler. A t
mountain Uon was recently klUed ln CIch-
oacaa that measortd thresi maUrs fttuatia i
ta tin "s ictsi uora c t
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