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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. SGhY 12. 1902.
I VERMONT LADY'S
Desperate Fight for Life.
llri. ITathan Heals snyai
caved Me from tbe Insane Hospital as.
IVell am Cared 31y Illicnntatlxm.
There never was a remedy so highly
recommended a- Paint's Celery Com-ix-aiid.
There uever was a remedy In
Mich universal demand. It is popular
and prized in tens of thousand of
homos, Decause it makes sick people
Paiur's Celery Compound has saved
thousands from nervous prostration and
co!bpce; it lias effected -wonderful cures
in kidaey and liver complaints; its vic
tories over rheumatism and neuralgia
h.-ive Commanded the attention and ad
miration of our best physician-. It has
cired disease when evcrrthing else has
Mrs. Nathan Iteals. a well-known lady
of "lallup's Mills. YL. WTites as follows:
"i'or ten months lwfnre I ommeneed
taking P.iine's Celery Compound I could
-m r?- i fVmt r tliA lirct fniinrt nf
my chair, only five inches from the
floor. I had nearly lost the use of my
left fv1. and I could not lift a pound
m right with the left hand without dan-gi-r
nf dropping it. Many times I wouM
lift something at the table, only to drop
it. I had a pressure in the top of my
head and a paiu at the base of the
brain, v.-hirn would leave me so nervous
that I used to tell my hubband I would
surely go crazy. I could not keep still
at night, and Sundays were just awful
lo u:". I found my whole system pro
i rated, and it took a long time to build
up my poor, worn-out nerves. I think
that Paine's Celery Compound saved
me fm:n the Insane Hospital, as well
as cur-d my rheumatism."
EVOKED BY CITY
Temporary Arrangement Is 3radc
for Supplying the Hospital
HEALTH COMMISSIONER ABSENT
Fails to Appear at Public Hearing
on Milk Inspection Bill
Measure to Be Report
HEAR SAM JONES
Xoted Treacher and Lecturer Will
Be Guest of the Assembly
TWO INTERESTING LECTURES.
FORMER G,& A, CLERK
NOW VICE PRESIDENT
John X. Faithorn Leaves Chicago
Terminals to Take Charge
of Alton's Traffic
Devotional Exercises Ltd by ihe
Reverend .7. (.1. Kleue Excur
sions Arranged for To
Dav and To-Morrow.
WILL GO INTO CAMP TO-DAY.
Camp Lincoln Prepared for Illinois
Springfield. IJL. July 11. Tha Second
commanded by General Horace S. Clark of
Brigade or the Illinois National Guard.
Mattooa. will occupy Camp Lincoln to-morrow
for a week's tour of practice duty.
The cams has been prepared for the oc
cupation ci the troops, and when the last
company arrives from Egypt to-morrow
afternoon the command will be prepared
to begin the programme for the week. It
la expected that fully 1.309 men wIU be In
Following ore the officers of the two re"I
ments of the Second Brigade:
FOURTH KsTANTRY- ROSTER.
Colonel. J. ilact Taster, SariaelieM- IJen
ISt" 2? ?$; J- Lang. Jactoonw't?;
lata H. Gtrtner. Lrbaca; itajor. Clauu JE. By
J'-7!ii-:aEf':fS:t5;?Ia.!c- -Aojatant. Elijah 1'.
t-iaytoa. anSalia: Cajstaia. yuirtermastrr.
i-i-at. b. LMckscn. Va&iaiu. Capioia. Ccmmis-f?.'?iiTrc1r'-,.-'A?rt.2Iltr'
.Tiarlalo Hugh v. Told. V-.nsa.la. Cactain In
c:i.r It I" limn r.,n ii,t.: V.'..
n l?.;frsirt. t.i,...
-urr..n tv,.. .- .r-;.. ..',-'--. -"'.'"
Ii i. . c. Jr -l,-"u. ran. ariaia. ii-
tlftayt Sur.,n. Urorce E lIHcard. lllevlllf;
i, f i IJ-''ot. Assistant surgeon. Jobn A.
. 1 -lrr Aut urn . irst lieutenant. Assistant
burjrf jit. Rl'ianl ;-hurti. dajapalsa; rirst Leu
. Ljttaliuj Adjuia-.u Lotus IJ. Washburn.
t- t- Loajj. nrst Utat-naat. Battalion Ad
Juta.it. Wait' i 11 llraugnmiin. Vsncalia Fiist
leuvnant Litu.Iion Adjutant. Cnarln M lia.-
:orr.pan A Cactaln. Rie- J. XIoit imh.
t Ueut'jiant. r"rank J. Il'c-st AranM- -J
a!aanT, Klmer Uraham. Areola.
n-pojiy t-aptain. j.jinan Harris, X-trton:
.,, i,.;-. --,rr., : . ?r.z; -;u.
i cir.parr C Girtaln. John T. Galbraltb. Car
OAnaal. . Kirt l.:utrtiant. Thomas I Ual!r.
CartX'iKtele: iconl Ueutraant. IZuwzzil 11. illl
Comrn 1-Cajtaln. Oiarles n. I?u4r. Mat
tocn. nrst LKutrnam. Ilotnnl .. LvUr. Mat
lonn. -contl Leutensnt. Harry O EaltlTrla 21at
Toca. '"oirp-inr r-CBrtal. TVlIbsr E. SatlerBelJ.
Cotnp2n G CajiUIn. John C. IlutcblEca. Kf
lingham. rirst IJciitenart. Frant 1 Talor. Kt
Ilnsham. fcwnd Iceunant. l'lililp C Dtlckman.
Oompan-- H Captain. Walter S. I-arnoa. Paris;
J.rsi IJedtfcant, V.Illlim x. Slebert. l"arU; ec
cni IJ. uTnant. Jet a O. Jacb. Pari?.
romnai I Cajitaln. C1:ar A. Clark. Van
dalla; Klrt Lieutenant, ciiltord W. SwteU Van
Cslla iki. jad Lleutennnt. John O. Rctledce. Van
dalla 1 'cirarr K Captain, Harry F. Kbbs. itotja!
Clt Kirt Lieutecant. John P. Xebltt. ISoand
c : . s -..nd Lieutenant. Arthur Thistlewcod,
'mrar. I. Captain. JoI.n O. Con. Olney;
Jln' I.uutrnast. k'.illiatn Stcllnisht. Olney.
"auai It -Captain. l-Yank IC DrMlCflle. ITr
lm Kirl Ieuttmnt. Artliur W. Smith. TTr
tna F.,T!d 1. eutemnt. Albert R. Hdtbera, I
KlrTII INFAXTRT EOSTEIt.
P rl n' laTir S. Ctilr. Sp-inKSId I.lu.
V-nai t i-mrnl Frank V Wei's. Dratur. ilal.r.
.initiiind. Mawr. Fred H.
tw. James n. WatVlCK. rcl.
tutant. rank 3 WgH Ouln.
Quartermaster GorE liarlwr.
jmrrirary. Harry T. I.jper.
VMi tj 'n "aptain. Tiap)aln. Albert T
T nert. J ktrniilic; Major, Sunresn. GeoTR
N Kr-'.!, -. SiirlnpfSeW: Catitaln. AvlJtant Sur
tron. William :v snn. Cilcico; First Utjt-n-ant.
Assl-tant Hurge 'n. eorr A. Ck-tfelter.
71111:1' " F'rst I.lu!enant. lUKallrn Adjutant.
Ititharl II Abbott. Ivte sbjrr. llrst JJ.-U tenant.
ItattKl, n A.IJutBnt. Ralrb J. OcUclter. Hills
bcre '"mp" A Captain WilliaTn C War ritts-
Jleid I i--t L.!cu:erant. Warren Ilslev. pitt
ileid & end Lieutenant. William IL St. John.
"nr.ani B Caotaln, Cliftcn C. Marner. Tay-lnntil.-.
rirst Lieutenant. L. Jan 1'crhlns. Tay
lni'le Second Lieutenant. Clinton G. Harris.
"iin'i C Captain. Trank R Plmracn.
Forinsii' !i . Ilrft Lieutenant. William II.
'" ! -incftl.:: FX-on4 Lle-jte-ant. LarM C.
1-,-apafix r-csi! tain, rrel W. Eailer. Blcom-li.ii..-i
H-it Lieutenant. Harry jr. Ak-rs.
LIoonilnH-t.in Fe -end Liutenant, Harry E. Tay
mirv lv-Maln. Ezra c. ChaceT. nill
Lorr S-.nd Lieutenant. Jotet R. "H,i.t5n.
Hlllsbor.i .eond Ueateaant. Homer A. Clot
c.imr-.rv F 'aptiln. John TrLelUn Quint
Flrt Lljjteriant H-nrr It Hill. Qulnry Rec
ord Lie-it-r.' -it. Iyslle 11 rollanIe? yulney"
n: iDi 7 Captain. Tuonia J. Slmroa. Pe
oria: nr Lteu-erutnt. rnnk W. William- Pe
tri '--ifd L'eut.nant. riaud RwiBr. l'eerla.
omianr IIJ lYank Cell, Decatur rirrt
J.e-Jieruit Lui G JIiandl r. Deeatur. Second
l.'euterant. -ir!ei P. J!ur:-ner. Decatur
. T3-rv I-Kd ". 1c1tr. JarmvlHe.- Flrt
TJeu-ant Wetle R. Janwl. JnefOntilie- See
ond Ll-ut-naat. llert A. 'an IMnk'e. Jacixin-
mwrr K "Vr'ali. .Tlin II. IVrn-. Dclai-an;
i .i-i .. t-.--n. iarrj- it. izvon. i-ieiaraa; tec
x.nA LI" t'l-o-t. John v" tee . lelaran.
r-pani l--niain RdKrt 1 vnetiell.
IVn-.j. rirt Lieutenant. John IL llenpnr.
I". ri i ,t nl j-ul. cant, pavl 11. Tuitlc.
-mn-..-n-. Jt-f.n.t.in J.,!in Raffcrtv CSifctTi:
First T.ientenant. Prl j Furrey. Canton; Sec
tna I'incnant. I. Grafton JIoj. Caatcn.
K nai t cnnnl Frank P
H f f'ti " it nrii. Kinn
Sft S,rl-. tj1. v . Major.
M r;- "atf.ir. Afllutant.
Vmff ii ' a: 'tin. Quarterm
'9F I'lttfiel'l t attain. ymn
?jl Sj-i"fl ''' rtnln. In
The contracts of Max rtlsch and Joseph
Schulcr for supplying the City Hospital
and Poorhouse with milk tere revolted yes
terday by O. P. Mallard. Deputy Commis
sioner of Supplies, with the consent of
Mayor TVell?. to whom an appeal had been
taken bv Health Comm!.lnnr- starfrinrr
The Mayor asked the Health Commission- '
er a fetr questions, and. accepting his state
ments that the milk was Impure. Issued In
structions for revocation cf contracts. A
temporary contract was awarded to the St.
Louis Dairy Company.
Though the. Health Commissioner Insist
that competent legislation to authorize
milk inspection should bs enacted, ha
failed to appear yesterday afternoon before
the Committee, on Sanitary Affairs of the
City Council. Instead of participating In
the public hearing, he sent a communica
tion criticising the bill that had been pre
pared by Doctors Merrell and Chapman.
the medical members of the Board of
Health, and apparently Inviting a clash
with these physicians.
Ductor Starkloff intimates that this bill
is only a modification of a bill formulated
by him. He criticises its details and de
clines to give It his support.
Doctor Merrell explained how the bill
would Insure pure milk to consumers. His
demonstration of its practical usefulness
was heard with closa attention.
Attorney Steber represented the Dairy
men's Association and Doctor Howard
Carter, former Milk Inspector, the St. Lculs
Medical Society. Mr. Steber said the dairy
men desire a good milk-Inspection law. but
are unwilling that supervision of dairies
should be entrusted to the Health Depart
ment, because the dairymen believe that
certain officials of the department are
biased. Doctor Carter presented resolutions
adopted by tbe St. Louis Medical Society
urging the passage of a satisfactory law.
S. P. Keyes spoke from a dairyman's stand
point. Doctor Merrell said that the purity of
milk depends on the temperature main
tained and the cleanliness of animals and
receptacles. He said decomposition begins
after the temperature gees above 3 degrees
rahreihclL He showed how the bill pro
vides regulations that will require dairy
men to keen milk below' 50 degrees until
delivered. His views were Indorsed by Mr.
Mr. Keyes asked Chairman Sheehan to
hold another public hearing. Mr. Eheehan
said the committee Intends to report the
till next Tuesday, so that the Council may
pass it and send it to Hit House.
"Tho trouble." said lr. Keyes, 'Is that
inujviuuais cent want good milk. They
are satisfied with adulterated, poisoned
"We'll see about that." Mr. Sheehan re
plied. "It is our purpose to make the in
dividual buy good milk. We do not pro
pose to legislate for people who are able to
buy the best milk. What we want to do Js
to see that pure milk Is supplied to people
who are not well off financially."
President L. W. Blanke and a large com
mittee submitted resolutions from tho St
Loui, Retail Grocers' Association In favor
of pure-milk legislation. The grocers ob
ject, howevrr. to imposition of an additional
tax of J10 on each wagon and store. Mr
Keyes clso said an additional tax would
defeat the object of the bill, as dealers
would have to curtail in some, manner to
meet tho extra expense.
In his communication Doctor Starkloff
said: "There Is no nrrlin.-.ru.- ..-. . .
such vital Importance to the citizens of this
city as the milk ordinance. The one in
our statute books to-day. passed some
seventeen years ago. was prepared and
passed in the lnt-rest of the dairymen; and
it has served Its purpose welL It is and
has been a dead letter since it became a
law. and under Its provisions the health
officers are powerless to protect the com
munity from being sopplld with unwhole
some milk. Of courye. I expect that the
iru,i raemDers or the Board of Health
will appear before your honorable commit
tee and give you tlieir reasons for the
provisions that they have incorporated la
Chautauqua. Ill- July 11. Two Interesting
lectures were delivered in the Tabernacle
to-day. In addition to the regular pro
gramme furnisheil by the various depart
ment'. This afternoon the Reverend Hugh
A. Orchard, editor of the Galesburg tllL)
Gazette, lectured on "sir Neighborhoods."
MORE ROCK ISLAND REPORTS.
3Iissouri Pacific Stock Extremely
Active Pierce To l!e President
of All Xi'ff Wabash Iloads
Mexican Central Change.
i ...- - t , fr
I bssssssK?' i
B fl K
$ ' ' A
THE RKVEItFCD J A. BrftCHITT.
The autobarrist of the H'ino! M. E. Con
ference, who lectured last erclng on
The Spider and the Fl" at the Pltsa
ni .m.ns a. hii.i.s's kstate-An n-
.ventory of, the c-vtate of Charles A. Hills.
iMcd in proiiftp tfrilay. lererlbe real ei-
t in at i.oui? .mi :ew vorx. ana a per-
jcvnl estate of Ti2iS3 3 The personalty
fo.Ibt. of notes. $K.S 13: stock?. J93,TT):
lion- JiC'.fftt: ca.-h. JS.e7.0S and goods and
chat I els, 15,73.
A FnIonoai Drrjr. Still Freely Used.
Many people are brousht up to believe
that coffee is a necessity cf life, and the
rong fcotd that the drug has on the sys
tem makes it hard to loosen its grip even
when one realizes Its injurious effects.
A lacy of Karaboo. writes: "I had used
coffee for ars; it scemnl one of the neces
sities of life, A w menths ago. my health,
whli-h had bctn flow y fall ng, became more
impaired, and I Knew that unless relief
came from yome source,-1 would soon bo a
hhvslcal wxeck. I was weak and nervous,
haj su.h sick headache?, no ambition, and
felt tirtfl Cf life. My husband was also
losing hi3 health. He was troubled so much
with IndtscFticn that at times he could cat
only a fev mouthfuls of dry bread.
We concVuded that coffee was slowly
rrfsonlss 3 and stopped It and. used hot
filer. e if it somewnat ueuer. uut it
rnsn't satisfactory. Finally, we saw Pos-
fum Coifee advertised, and bought a pack-
face. I xoiiowou airections tor raaKing care-
fnilv. allowins It to boil twenty minutes
after It came to the boiling point, and added
cmm. which turned it to the loveliest rich
lookirg and taetlng drink I ever saw served
at any table, and v e have used Pcslum ever
Snrc. I iialncd five pounds in weight In as
many weeks, and now feel well and strong
in every respect. Jtfy headaches have sane.
ac1 I am a new--wenwn. My busbaruTs 'in-d-'seMtm
has left him. and he can'now eat
"W -!-? " Xamt given fcy Postum Co..
Jfcttfcfc t?fc V.
CELEBRATED GOLDEN WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Spencer of
Mount Sterling Entertained.
Mount Sterling. IIL. July IL-Mr. and
-irs. h-dmond Spencer observed their fif
tieth wedding anniversary at their home
tvin ZZe born. va rfarcd ln ths coun
ty, in whose schools Mr. Spencer was a
teacher for more than thirty years.
Tile event wns oeth-.. t. .V..
at the SpeneeT home of all' tSefcchlldn
and many relatives and friends. cn,,Qren
Former Governor Tnjlor'a Danshter
-iope. to Knoxrllle, Tenn.
Xashvilie. Tenn., July ji.Mla Emily
Taylor, eldest daughter of ex-Govemor
Robert Taylor, was wedded secretly at
KnoxvIIle last night to Doctor George T
kInsmaS.' a 7UnS ph"slc,an- and a distant
'rJ,?iwas.m.uch oPPOtlon on Governor
Taylor's part because of St. John's habits.
A few diiss ago St. John sued two Knox
Jjiii K,?lbIersJ0 rcover COO lest at rou
lette. hen this story came out. Governor
raylpr forbade him to the house, and told
his daughter to forget him. Last evening
she eloped during her father's absence and
is now Mrs. Ft. John. She Is 13 years old
and the Reverend Doctor J. A. Burcbltt of
the Illinois M. E. Conference, the well
known auto-harplst. lectured this evening
in the Tabernacle on "The Spider ani the
These lectures were preceded by a num
ber of Interesting exercises, which began
with the devotional services at 8 o'clock
this morning, led by the Reverend J. G.
Klene. pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church at Jerscyvllle. This afternoon at
1:13 the Doubt Family Orchestra, of Chicago
gave their second concert, and Miss Eliza
beth B. Hall of St. Louis appeared again
as reader. Following the concert Editor
Orchard delivered his lecture. The lecture
was a description of a trip made by Mr.
Orchard through several States, during
which ho made a careful study of the va
rious neighborhood manners and customs.
Some unusual scenes ln American life were
depicted, and the various influences of
heredity and environment wero shown by
lessons drawn from real life. Contrasts
were also drawn between a Harvard com
munity and a backwoods community, the
work of J. Plerpont Morgan and a cobbler.
and an employe of the United States Treas
ury Department and a farmer.
Sam Jones wilt arrive to-day for a two
days' stay ot Chautauqua, during which
time he will lecture and preach. This
afternoon he will lecture on "The World
SS.ltis: and tho World as It Ought to Be."
The Reverend Doctor Burchlst will de
liver his second lecture before the Chau
tauquans thlsevcnlng. taking for his theme.
The House That Jack Built."
IHf ' . E. Dussuchal. superintendent of
music in the SL Louis public schools, ar
rived yesterday, and will have charge of
the music instruction at Chautauqua, pend
ing the arrival of Professor M. Edwin
Johnson, superintendent of music Instruc
tion In the East St. Louis public schools.
wno win take up his duties In a similar
capacity at Chautauqua on July Zt.
George H. Daugherty of Ottervllle. III..
the treasurer of the Chautauqua, has been
appointed Postmaster during the assemblv.
and MIs Addle Terry, also of Ottervllle
has been appointed aslptant. The Pou
Office has been established in the Piasa
Manager W M. Sauvage of the Temple
Theater at Alton, with Mrs. Sauvage. Is
here for the season. Mr. Sauvage wilfhave
the superintendency of the gates during the
Several excursions will be given to Chau
tauqua Saturday and Sunday. One of the
el?.51 7rL,I.be,,.haI.Klv?n D" the members
f..bt-ei?hn s M- E- Church at Elwards
l,n, T"?. P'"0''. the Reverend Doctor C
O. Kimball, is spending tbe season at Chau
tauqua, and as the congregation will have
no preaching service In their house of wor
ship they wai Visit IMan.i nn,! ,a.e :,
J,.ne eThey. wI" come to Alton over the
Illinois Terminal Railroad, where they will
take the C. P. & St. L for Chautauqua.
S. M. Fellon. president of the Chlcaco
and Alton Railway Company, yesterday an
nounced the election and appointment 'of
John M. Falthom as lce president of the
Alton. In charge of freight and passenger
Mr. Fithern. who Is well known ln SL
Louis, is president and general manager of
tho Chicago Terminal and Transfer road.
He will remain ln that position a short
time. During the year 1E5S he was presi
dent and general manager of the St. Louis,
Peoria and Northern Railway.
He returns to the Chicago and Alton as
Its vice president, in full charge of th
road's freight and passenger business,
twenty-nine jears after entering railway
service as an entry clerk ln the employ
of that same company.
John Nicholson Faithorn was born In
London ln March. lSJi From February.
1S7J, to September. 1SST, after entering the
railway service, he remained with the Alton
ln the frelcht department, tilling various
capadtitsv the last position being that of
chief clerk of the general freight oillce.
From the last date to May ti, ISC. he
was auditor of the Southwestern Railway
Association- May 13. -lASa. to April L 17.
commUrtoncr uf the Western Freight As
sociation, and Northwestern Freight As
sociation: tp October. lSii. successively com
missioner of the? Western and Northwestern
Railway Freight Bureau and chairman of
the Western Freight Association; to Decem
ber 31. 1S92. chairman of the Southwestern
Railway and Sleanuhlu Association and
commissioner of the Western Freight As
sociation at St. Louis. Mo. From January
1. 1133. to December 1. 1SSS. Mr. Faithorn
was vice president and general manager cf
Street's 'Western Stable Car Company at
Chicago: during 1K3 and liJo. also general
manager of the Wisconsin and Michigan
The announcement ln SL Louis Is also
confirmed by George H. Charlton, general
pas-vnger agent of the Alton, from Kansas
City, who Is there attending court.
ADVAACK C.lns MiW REPORTS.
Rock Iilnml. C. Ar 11. S. and Illinois
Central Mo. I. Corn Crop.
New York. July 11. Rock Island scored
a sensational advance on the Stock Ex
change to-day. and all sorts of rumors were
afloat concerning the property and given a--t
reasons for the advance from IS?- to lio.
After touching the latter figure, the stork
reacted to 1 closing with a net advancs
One of the rumors current, but which
could not be traced to aft authoritative
source, was that the Rock Island contem
plated the purchase of a steamship line. Un
Intimation being that It was the Mallory
Line, and planned reaching Galveston
Another report current as accounting for
the strergth of the rtock wan that Rock
Island is interested with Illinois Central in
tbe aCOUisItion af Chlrnirn find T--0.n. it.
Unols. and that the latter would be operated
-. .mc te.1. juiliu.
In well-lnlormeii ninrterN thj, neTf-je
was said to be due to manipulation by the
uestern clique, which controls the propem
ar.d which is ln a poslUon to mark it up or
down at will. There Is. end for a long time
has been, no bona-fide public buying of the
stock, and tho remarkable manipulation
1e?tne5ZrI sInce he control of the property
changed hands has succeeded only in mystt-
. 7. i .. f,""1 "u cvoKing comment not
at ail flattering to the manipulator.
eS.'0?rtJ,rac,3c.a"0 bare! 'i the ad
vance to-day and was cxtremelr actUe.
nearly 1WOJ shares being traded In a
aa,nn-H2).Rock Island. The advance In
Missouri Pacific was said to bo due to the
Improvement in the condition of corn In
the States which contribute to the roads
I Ha-Ha Ha f Sl I
I the latest saying? MvF' 1
Everybody everywhere is saying it! ) P" jJL I
H The mint is working over-time to $$ Mffek I
M make the nickels fast enough J JL &-J I
j to keep the people saying f-f JJA I
g The best Ginger Snap Xvty l i I
jH JfATIONAI. BISCCTT COSIPAICT. Z"j '' B
tlie new Constltuticn's clauso prohibiting
tLe use of free passes Ly State and municl
FHI5CO A. A IvT APPOIATSICVT.
1'renldcnt Campbell Anrue Hinckley
nper Islni; Knclnecr Contrncts.
President James Campbell of the Arkan
sas and Choctaw line of tha Frisco System
yesterday appoints Captain J. l Hinck
ley chief engineer of construction for the
Frlvco. s-uptrt ising engineer of the Choctaw
antl Arkansas Railway.
A contract has b-en let for an extension
of the Arkansas and Choctaw from Asb
dotvn to Hope. Ark., thirty-three miles. A
contract a-so has been lot for the building
of a spur of the Frisco from Scullln to
Sulphur. I. T. Control of the Arkansas and
Choctaw will cause the abandonment of the
.Irect line from Sherman. Tex.. It is
thought, to Ardmore. I. T.. the Frisco hav
ing purchased a line from Sherman to Ard-more.
"FOLLOW THE FLAG."
$20.00 Hound Trip
ork, Atlantic City,
KATV TO CULIIMZK OKHUOMA.
Company IVjII Urine 4..U0O rindland
er lo America.
Gutnrle. Ok.. July II. Information wasi
filel to-day at the office of the territorial
secretary by a representative of the Mis
souri. Kansas and Texas Railroad Com
pany regarding the colonization ln Okla
homa of ail or a portion of -tifrO Finland
crs who are coming to America to live.
The information states that GJ per cent of
them will be able to purchase their own
Stop-Over at Detroit and Niagara Falls,
Ticket Office Eighth and Olive Sts.
nioomlngton. IIL. July IL Harvey J.
Boyer and Miss Emma Walker, both of De
ralu' came to this city to-day and were
n,!6,'?01 A3F-r,3uly . A. O'Neal
and Miss Lucille Bandy were united Thurs
day evening at SSO at the M. E. Church.
South, the Reverend J. W. Smith, iistor.
vmuauus. .ur. u.M-m is stenograpner and
bookkeeper for tho oil mill, and Miss Bandy
It the daughter of the present Sheriff.
Gray Summit. Mo.. July IL Doctor
Thomas J. Horsley and Mis Nannie May
of Robertsvllle were married at the resi
dence of Charles Woods, brother-in-law .of f
ine onae. me iteverena s. H. Pollard of
delating. They left to-day for their new
home ln Oklahoma. Doctor Horsley la a
rising young physician. late of Gray Sam
miL Srns THE CITV Otto Dlerberser
filed suit Rgninst the city In the Circuit
Court jesterday for S9S2 alleged to be due
him as calary as inspector in the rjtrcet
Department. He avers that he was em
ployed from 1W until last Februarv. pnd
was entitled to a salary of ITS a month, but
did not receive that tttm.
MR.S. MARY YATES DEAD.
She Wi the Mother of tbe State In
Gallatin. Mo.. July IL Mrs. Mary Tales,
mother of State Insurance Superintendent
Yates, died late last night, aged C years.
On month ago. Mrs. Yates- was stricken
coverJS rS ' TOZn WhlCh he n'" re
rhlbfT.'1 S"isiVnd4lT HT' Yates an "
iSL ihe t1'?3 ln ,he county in which
tS m"or"' In,ermcn wS1 made her-
311L1VAt'KEB TO THE COAST.
"Will Build Independent Railroad to
the I-ncltie Ocenn.
Chicago. July 11. The Tribune says:
Everything Indicates an Intention on the
part of the Chicago, Milwaukee and Sl
Paul Railway to make good its threat to
extend Its line lo the Pacific Coast, unijil
pro. er consideration Is given to It by tbe
K' -ortnnestcrn systems concerned in
nMd has protlded n.M.O) for such an ex
tension, an I its construction forces are
now In the field. re
e,AVhen ,,he s-, rauI rec'lved 'Rhat it did
not consider fair inm.ni e.e. .. ,,"
ir?i!U-,.ie0,!:om.em''rKPd' lt announce.1 It.o
intention of building Us own lines into the
ortnwest. The announcement is under
nSr hJ,ve bten considered nothing more
than a threat by Its competitors and lit
tle consideration was given it.
In the meantime, the St. Paul provided
the means, which was not a illfflcult thine
for a. roaa in Its financial condition to tin
Lnglneers were sent Into the Northwest
and active preparations-made for the carry
lng out of its plans for an extension to the
1 "Bet Sound country. And now it Is lj
saw that the survey has been completed
from Evarts to Roulder. MonL. and from
Boulder through the Rocky Mountains to
IlllnoU Coal Railroad.
Marian. IIL. July IL-Attlclcs of incorpora
tion of the Ohio River Owl Hall-ray Com
pany were filed in the Hot-order's office In
thu countv to-day. The n.ad Is to extend
fr.m a pt-ict on the Ohio ILer at cr rear
liosieiare ami ran northwest throusth Har
din and Pep counties and i.v Hartiburc in
faline County to a point at or near Ma
rion In Willlum-on Countv. and from liar
risburg in Saline Countr c Galatia. In
corporators are: f- liins 15. Hu.b-ird. Ct.
Wood ward Wheelock, Elnin D. Vice!ock
of New York. J. It. RUekmsr. John W.
h.tw. R. Si Marsh. WHI'ara Gregg and
Gtorgo c. Mugss of HarrUburg.
Went "Virclnln Central President.
Baltimore. Md . July IL Within a few
weefcj Wlnslow S. Pierce. leading counsel
for the (loultl srstem nn.1 imr i.l.tl
president of tho A-tern Maryland, will be
made president of the West Virginia Cen
tral anil Pittsburg Itallroaii. as part of the
pkins for uniting these roads on the East
rrn out.et for the Wabash F. S. Landsleet.
new general manager of the Western
rar.glnK for the extension of the comtonv's
sheps there. He starts over the West Vir
ginia Central to-morrow on an Inspection
!rUr- ". ,was ,irni here yesterday that
the Goulds are endeavoring to secure con-
cenmtag ,iikbOUlh '""-r'vaau line as a
Absolutely and poItlrely guaranteol to cure Eczema and Skin Diseases, from what
ever cause. A neek'n treatment free ln our o21ce or by mall. Wc have never had a
failure. Consultation and advice free.
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CARPATHIAN MEDICINE GO,,
King's H"gf.w5j and Otlmar B:a!tiird.
3IRS. 3IOLUC ntXOS.
,.VinI.ta' r' T"' Julr U--31". Hollie Dixon
died In Muscogee. I. T.. last night. She
was a resident of Greenville. Darke Countv.
O- and her maiden namo was Mollis An
derson. Her health had failed her same
J cars ago, and she. !c company with her
brother, had started from Ohio to San An
tonlo. Tex- believing that tho oxenand trip
would do her rood, hut .- mnn -- ---
reached Muscogee, ihe was found to be in
j- vuuuumii. one -win o DUrid In
Green Hill Cemetery at Muscogee.
CAPTAIN IV. C. SLOAX.
e-eSi?1, iIo- Ju "--Captain W. C. Sloan,
president of the l'eople'a Bank and a promi
inent cltlien of Imboden. Ark., died at the
F,ot -fiIs on-'i-eaw. J Waiter Towle. in
Potosl. Mo., this morning. He was 3
years old. The body was taken to his old
nome In Smlthvilie. Aik.. to-nlgh; fcr in
terment. MRS. GEUTRCDE RUSHER.
Mattoon. IIL. July IL Mrs. Gertrude
Rusher, aged a years, died at the home of
her parents. -Mr. 'and Mrs. OdelL near
Lema. this morning.
BEX L. QUARLES.
Clinton. Mo.. July II. Ben L. Quarles.
pioneer resident of Clinton, died of paraly
Hs last night, aged 76 years. He wan
Countv Clerk here at the outbreak of ihe
Civil War. and also from 1SS2 to 1SS0,
CHEAT CENTRAL'S PLANS.
"Will Build Betn-een Snlt Lake and
Coo Bay on J'aclfie.
Portland. Ore.. July lL-The Oregonlan
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of tlje Empire Construction Company yes
terday, the offer of L D. Kinney, trustee,
cepted VVT Cent f " ck wis ac:
It was ogree.1 that the ramalnlng O per
?fii.or Ihe capital clock should be offered
Portland Investors. The amount of the
stock Is JLWU.CWJ. For whom Mr. Klnney
is acting as trustee does not appear, but it
li said the trustees are of an interest
friendly to the Great Central Railroad
Company, recently organized here, to hiiiM
a railroad between Salt I-nk and -.
The Great Central rtillrrnil hmr -i
held a meeting and cave orders for th con
struction of a 510.COO wharf at Coos Bay
.tu .i nine vl ruiiruaa ieauing inianu from
IV. I". AVortil. I'alr Office.
Tle?.nin'c.-l!m w,lh ,ho Wsrn Union
Telegraph i ompany . new tel-graph ami
cable omce In the Shippers" jut! Traveler'
Lxehange !n New York City. Lmp build
ing, the company announces from New
Jork that it will estab't.-li a pot nk-e. a
bureati of general Information rel.itinc t-
hotels, travel, etc.. with a department cl--oted
to Hi- promotion f the Iulinn.t
luira.in' i.-vpostuon omnany. with writ
ing rooms, meeting halls, and accommoda
tion for luslne headquarters. Tlie an
nouncement further states: "The public
neel give itelf no anxiety regarding the
Wetern I'nion's facilities for receiving
and handling all its business throughout
the I'nlteil State'-
IIitiinn nnd San Antonio Strike.
El I"aso. Tec . July 11 All the emnlcves
In the Galveston. Houston arnl San Antonio
WANTS MORE MONEY
FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS
President of Hoard of Education
Advocates Amendment Allow
in" Two Mills Increase.
tton of the publlc-schoot system of St.
IuL ami en'iance the same by a most con
scientious d'seharse of the duties they
have voluntarily assumed."
Other speakers were William, B. Ittner
and J. J. Smith, chairman of the Arrange
ments Committee of the Jackson School
branch of the Patrons" Association. Sev
eral delegates from the other school asso
ciations were rresent. At the close of the
meetlne refreshments were served. E. C
President John Schroers of the Board cf
Education at a meeting of the Patron"
Alliance of the Jarkson School, last night,
corner of Eighteenth and Madison street,
strongly advocated the passage of a con
stitutional admendment proidlivz for a
higher fax rate for rvhoo! purposes to ex
tend the free-textbook system throughout
the grammar schools, erect icw buildings
and Improve many of the old schools,
which, he says, are badly in need of re
pairs. Tre amendment." sa'd Mr. Schroen.
"will .tilcw the Board of Education to levy
ii. igeuwnuj. iiouton ami can Antonio I ,, i . c mill fnr o-hnni mirtxes. The
Railway shops here went nut on a strike "OIn '" b mm ,,?c J mrJHKf:
this afternoon. It Is reported to-night that h,rcnt ,a ra,e. '" ,'1 to mlUs ana
. h . IT.... .... ..... c .. i- . .Via ft.Arie.t tf 1 .Tite?i tJin iniM n,if tntenil-
shonmen at Hcu.-ton
struck this afternoon.
and San Antonio
Mexlenn Centrnl Get Reegaie.
Topeka. Kas.. July IL It is reported here
that C. F. Rcsseguie. until recently general
superintendent of the Santa Fe. will take a
like position with the Mexican Central some
lime this month. Mr. Resseguie refused to
confirm or deny the announcement
NOTES ANII APPOIAT3IE.VTS.
NEW MEXICO MM. SURVEY.
Mrginla. IIL. July 11. Harry Thompson,
aged S3 eam. died at Weldon, la.. nd
will be buried here to-morrow. The de
ceased was a son or the late N. B. Thomp
son and until recently, a resident of this
city. His widow, nee Llla Hall, and seven
children survive him. He has two brothers
William E. and Doctor Sylvester Thompson.
and two sisters. Mrs. Sylrester Joirso.i and
Mrs. Nellie Ednards. all living In St. Louis
MIM. KLIZABETn STOUT.
Jacksonville. 111., July IL Mrs. Elizabeth
Stout, aged SI years, died here to-day. She
had been fifty years a resident of this city.
Sorreylner Party Alone Itonte of Tro-
Ioed I-'rlnco Pacific Bond.
Santa Fe N. M-. July llv A large survey
ing party Is In the field for the Cimarron
and Taos Volley Railroad, making a sur
vey of a line from Taos to Ojo Calient and
from the tatter point northwest Into the
Canon Laro. striking the mouth of the
ctnon on the San Juan River, thence west
along the river to Farmlngton and through
Arizona to California. San Diego being the
A road built along the proposed survey
woatd be tne shortest transcontinental line
by VO miles, and would pass through a
good timber, coal, mineral and live stock
country as well as sections of the richest
fruit and agricultural land In the South-wcsL
RAILROAD OFFICIALS RESIGN.
Vircinin Larr Prohibit Officer of
State Itidinir on Free Passes.
Norfolk. Va July IL N. M. Osborne,
general agent of the Norfolk and "Western
Railroad, resigned to-day as one of the
Water Ccmmliloners- R. B. Cooke, gen
eral agent of the New York. PhlladelnMi
and Norfolk Railroad, resigned as a mem.
ber of the Board of State Insane Asylum.
K. H. Wright, general agent of the Mer
chants and Miners Transportation Com
pany, will resign as a Water Commissioner.
D. J. Callahan, general agent of the Nor
folk and Washington Steamboat Company
will probably resign the police commision
ershop. Thorns- W. Shelton. railway eoun
srl. has resigned as a member of the Board
of th- Virginia Military Institute, other
rtsUxalloss are expected all on account of .1
Denver. July 11. The Denver and Rio
Grande Railroad has agreed to an ndvance
In wages of it telgraphers from JiSO to r.O
per month, according to position.
S. A. Hughes has been appointed gen
eral Immigration agent of the Frco. with
otllce at St. Liuis. The txltlon of cm.
errl agat for the passnger department at
ini point nas ceen aoousneu.
The Atlanta and West Po"nt Railroad
Ccmpar.y and the Western railway of Ala
bama announce the appointment of Joieph
P. Htllup as general passenger asent. wish
headquarter. at Atlanta. Ga.
J. A. Michaelson has been appointed
traveling passenger agent of the Duluth.
South Shore and Atlantic. Grand Rapids.
John G. Fanner has been appointed dis
trict pasenger acci or the Rock Island,
with office at Cedir BarMr. la.
Jtl.IlS nOI'HItEU'S AVII.L Jallua
Bochrer. by Ills will, filed for probate
yesterday, left SI each to hi four rhiMrn
and th- rest of hi estate to his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Franz Bochrer.
the Board of Lducution does not intend.
under the new amendment, to levy 6 milis,
but only so much of the additional 2 mills
as is necessary to provide means for carry
ing out the work as outlined before.
There is no city In the t'nited States
where the public schools have made such
an advance in the education of the masses
a our public schcols. wh.ch Is mainly due
to the fact that politics Is not considered
In the administration of the school af
fairs. "The present board Is nonpartisan, com
posed r.t six Democrats and six Republic
ans, No Janitor can be appointed ilthou:
an examination, no teacher can be appoint
ed without meeting the necessary require
ments, no promotions can take place ex
cept upon merit and length of service.
"Our schools are looked upon to be tbe
most up-to-oate model scboots ln every re
spect, ana the citizen or b. Louis nae an
reason to feel proud af the new school
buildings which nave been erected by the
"While St. Loui may be behind other
cities In a grat many things, it is an in
cisputabie tact that our public school sys
tem l universally recognized to be the best
tnanjgcd in the country.
"Wei have n moral right to ask the peo
ple of St. Louis tor an Indorsement of our
work. and. for this reason. I ask the
Patrons' AHIsnce of this city to appoint
a committee for the purpose of Joining the
Roatd of Education in it efforts to bring
about the adoption of the constitutional
amendment. Such an expression of good
will on the part of the citizens of St.
Lout would encourage the members of the
iirti ui raiuuiuuii in continue inetr en- r
dcaors to add everlastingly to the founda- I
WILL RECOGNIZE BOTH WINGS.
Governor Davis of Arkansas to
Fifzhr. All Republicans.
Little Rock. Ark.. July IL Governor Jeff
Dai is to-day announced his intention ol
accordinsr recognition to the insurgent wing
or the Republican party In Arkansas In the
matter or dividing time In Joint discus
sion and also in the appointment of Elec
tion Commissioners, "iesterday the Demo
cratic State Central Committee arranged a
Joint speaking tour for Governor Davis
with Harry II. Meyers, nominee of ono
Republican wing for Governor. The other
Republican candidate. Charles D. Greaves,
wa Ignored. Goxernor DavL said to-day:
"I don't Intend to take two bites at a
cherry. I want to fight both wings at once.
I don't care to campaign parr of the tlmo
with Mr. Meyers and part of tho time with
Mr. Greaves. The efforts of both aro
directed to the destruction of tho Demo
cratic party la Arkansas. I have absolutely
no Interest ln their fight over the pie coun
ter, but if either or both desire to meet
me In Joint discussion. I will be glad to di
vide time and I shall invite Mr. Greaves
to do so."
Th- Hound of the Baikervines.' th
latest and best Sherlock Holmes story by
Conan Doyle, will begin as a serial In next
CONTRACT FOR ASYLUM LET.
Work on the Violent Insane Ward
Will Be Commenced at Once.
The contract for three additional build
ings for the new Missouri Insane Asylum
was awarded last nlsht to George E.
Mathews of West Plains, Mo. The bid was
$C3X. This embraces the violent Insano
ward, the storehouse and the barn, which
will be uncsualiv large.
The Board of Commissioners has for two
days been In session at the Laclede Hotel
going over the contracts, which will be hur
ried to completion, because the need for the
asylum L great. The establishment is be
ing constructed on the pavilion plan, and ln
every way Is a model one. patterned after
the latest methods ln Insanity treatment.
Farming will play a part In the outdoor
course. The commissioners departed, for
their homes last night.
The wonderful woi k of the Mergenthaler-Horton Basket Machine
Exhibited af 1013 Olive Street
3,000 People View the Work Daily.
EVERY OXE IS WELCOME-
Shares advance from 75 Gents io $1 per Share July 14.
BANKERS' FINANCE COMPANY. Subscription Agents,
C. T. LIN LEY. Manager,
507 Union Trust Bldg., St. Louis.
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