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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1902.
TIMELY RESCUE OF A WOMAN
IN OREGON, ILL.
Host She Was Saved From m. Horrible
Death. When All Hope Wi Gone
The Story In. Her Own Words.
"I hope never to so through such an ex
perience again." said Mrs. C L. McDowell
of Oregon. I1L. whose narrow escape from
death is be-t told In her own words.
"I was always weakly," she continued,
"but. in 1SS4. the childbed lever In a very
severo form left me in a miserable condi
tion. My blood turned to water, and It
seemed I could not recover any rtrength.
1 was white as a sheet, without any ambi
tion and so low that no one thought I
would ever Ret welL In addition to all this
1 had neuralgia In Its worst form. My
grandmother died with neuralgia and I via.
afraid it would take me away. 1 cannot
tell you how I suffered with It for years. It
"But how were you cured?" aBked the re
porter. The best doctors could not help me and
I never thought I would get well." replied
Mr?. McDowell. "But one day I read an
advertisement of Dr. WHHanm link Pills
for Pale People and I concluded to try
them. I found relief In the nrst box. so I
continued to take them. The neuralgia
gradually j?rw less .-evcre until it disap
peared altogether mv color returned. I
gained In ptr.-ngth and now my blood Is In
good condition again "
The iillls which cured Mrs. McDowell aro
an unfiilling recinc for all diseases arising
from ii-"rdrs of the blood and nerves.
Among the many diseases they have cured
nre I i mntor ataxia, jtartial paraJysi. ht
Vitus oancc. sci.ttica. neuralgia, rheuma
tism. n-rius headache, the after effects of
the grip, palpitation of the heart, pale and
sillou complexion and all forms of weak
ness either In male or female. Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People are sold
bv all dealers or will be. sent postpaid on
receipt of price, fifty cents a box; six boxes
for two dollars and a half, by addressing
Dr. Williams Medicine Co.. Schenectady.
Do not trust the word of a man w ho says
he has the genuine Dr. Williams" Plnlc
Pills in bulk. None of these famous pill
ever leave the factory except in packages
tearing the well-known trade mar.k vim
twd "T the seven words "It Williams
Plnh rilt for Pale Tenple "
The display of Summer Goods at Ban's
cannot fail to meet the fancy of the critical
and economical buyer. The fabrics this sea
ion are delightful in design, and nowhere
are they offered In such assortment as at
Missouri's Grentet Store.
SPOUTING 200 FEET
Beaumont Oil Well "Came
With a Roar.
Beaumont. Tex.. July 11. Th Guffey
Company's well. No. 2. camo In to-day
with such strength that It wrecked the
drilling outfit, demolished the derrick, and
left Itself free to spout a 3-foot column
of gas. sand, water and oil. News received
from the Held to-night is that the well
Is still spouting with a roar that Is heard
for miles, and the wreck or the drilling rig
makes It impossible to shut It off. A year
ngo the same company's No. 1 well came
In In much the same way. choking Itself In
to uselessness after several hours' blow-out
and never developing Into a serviceable oil
Guffev No. 2 has been drilled down SJO
feet. The 10-Inch casing was set at 700 feet.
While the drill was at work in rock yes
terday afternoon there was plenty of gas
and a splendid showing of oil. It was ex
pected then that a regular oil gusher would
be brought In when the cap rock was punc
tured, and this expectation had not dimin
ished when the blow-out occurred. It is be-'
lleved the sand coming from the well is
from the 40-foot strata passed through aft
er the 10-Inch casing was set at TOO feet.
SJlphogen relieves all stomach and bowel
troubles. Write for booklet. liZt Olive st-
K. O. T. M. Meeting at Wnrrembnrg.
Warrrnsburg. Mo.. July 1L The Knights
of the Maccabees will hold a monster meet
ing in this city on August 30. D. P. Marker
of Port Huron. Mich., supreme commander,
and State Commander S. B. Anderson and
rtaff of St. Louis will be here. Every
lodge In this section of the State has been
invited to attend.
IVAJiTS RECEIVER APPOINTED
Anna M. Geiger filed suit In the Circuit
Court yesterday against the Fted Mueller
Cigar Companv. Marie Mueller, president
of the company, and Paul Mueller, secre
tary and treasurer, to have the Muellers re
moved and a new election of officers or
dered; also to have a receiver appointed for
the company and the Mueller required to
give an accounting of their management.
The capital stock of the company Is S5.0OJ.
divided Into 60 shares, of which the plaintiff
and Paul Mueller own twentv-one and one
third phares oach. Marie Mueller sixteen
and one-third shares and Relnhart Mueller
one share. Irregular management of tho
company's affairs is charged.
ATTACKED THE COXDCCTOH Con
ductor Joseph C. Patton of No. 507 Garri
son avenue was knocked from his car on
the Easton Avenue Line Thursday night
by two men who attacked him. His right
wrist was broken. Conductor Patton stat
ed that one of the men was on the car
when the other boarded It. The conductor
requested the man who was last to get. In
the car for his fare. He declined to pay
it. the fight ensued and both men took a
BROWN GLASS-July S. l?0i at St Louis, by
tho Reverend V. W. TloiM, Mrs M. J. Glass of
Butte. Mont., to Mr. C. 1L Brown of St. Louis.
GAaXPRELXe-Mni. Eliza J., relict of John
Oimptvill. In her elchty-etghth year, on July 11.
1M2. at the residence of C O. Twining, near
Tuxedo. St. Louis County.
Notice of funeral will be riven.
FOERSTEIt On Thursday. July 19. 19CJ. at 9:30
o'clock p. m.. Knlsht E.. the beloved child of
Julias and Mamm Foerster (nee Matthews)
Funeral from residence. No. 5977 Cote Brllllante
avenue, on Saturday. July 12. at 2 o'clock p. m..
to Calvary Cemetery.
KELLR-On Friday. Julr 1L 1903L at 1):1
o'clock, at the residence. No. 4IS4 West .Pine
boulevard, arter a brief illness. Marie Louise
Keller, widow of Geonre Keller.
New Tork. Chlcaro and Memphis papers please
JfCRPHET Suddenly, of heart disease. Joseph
Qulnlan Murpbey. aced S2 years, son or Mrs.
Ellen M. Murphev and brother of M. F. and B.
P Murphey. at No. 4113 Finney avenue.
Funeral notice later.
Jackson, Mlssv. papers please copy.
PLANT Entered Into rest, at her residence.
No sej Shenandoah avenue, at 133 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. July 9. 1902. Mrs. Frances
Louisa Plant, ared B years and t months, widow
of the late William M. Plant, and formerly of
Webster Groves. Mo. Interment private.
Ttmeral at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
PCHABEItG On Friday. July U. 1S02. at T
o'clock p. m... Herman A. Schaberp. beloved hus
band of Anna Catherine Schaberg (ne Sptlbrlnk).
Due. notice of funeral will be given.
SCHMIDT Caroline K-. beloved daurhter -of
Henry B. and Caroline K. Schmidt (nee Land
ztitel). ared 11 months and IS days.
Funeral will take place Sunday afternoon at
1:15. from family residence. No. 1S8 Blair ave
nue, to St. Joseph's Church, thence to Calvary
Cemetery. Friends Invited to attend.
TVHTTLOCK On Friday. July It ISM. Agnes
Mary Whltlock fnee Fahey). wife of Oliver L.
The funeral will take place Monday, the Hth
tnst. at 8 o'clock a. rtu. from residence of her
father. Patrick Fahey. No. 2SJ7 Hickory street, to
Et. Kevin's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery.
Ji'-eaJ arm lavlUi.
p &akes Rich Ice Cream 3
RICH AND SWEET.
fc" Trad ncppKsd by j9
&. HT" ROTH CBOCEHT CO. 3
DANS0N'S FOLLY," by Richard Harding Davis, is spirited and
interesting, though not convincing, and fails to indicate in
creasing strength as a story-teller on the part of its author. Other
notable publications of the summer season. Gossip of authors and
the work they are doing.
While Illchard Harding Davis has not In
"Hanson's Folly" shown the growth in art
that might be expected of a man still In the
best years of life, he, nevertheless, main
tains his position as a writer of distinctly
interesting stories. The book may be read
with enjoyment by all who have come to
liko this talented nuthor's work, which is
invariably spirited, human and full of the
red-blooded ardor that means action and
Incident as well as sentiment.
In "Ranson's Folly." besides the army
story which gives the volume Its title, there
are four other tales with which many read
ers are already familiar. These are "The
liar Sinister." that cra-klng good "ro
mance" of a fightlniT bull-terrier which re
vealed Mr. Davis's possession of something
of Kipling's sympathy with and under
standing of the brute creation "A Derelict."
the strongly pathetic sketch of a dissipated
war correspondent. In which occurs the
now famous Impressionist pen-picture of
the Santiago sea. light: "La Iyttre
d'Amour." the vivid little analysis of an
impassioned Hungarian fiddler, a coldly
beautiful and commonplace American girl
and an admirably sane and likeable younc
American lover, who "found himself at
the right moment: and "In the Fog." the
mock -detective story which was so popular
along about last Christmas-time. Of thes
It is not necessary to speak at greater
The leading story. "Ranson's Folly." does
not. to my thinking, show Mr. Davis at his
best. It 1 Interesting, but not at all con
vincing. Somehow, one does not warm
toward young Lieutenant Hanson as his
creator evidently Intended In drawing th
character. He may be all that he Is pic
tured In the way of "dash" and light
hearted grit but he seems to be posing on
every pae and In every Incident.
His feat of "holding up" a Wild West
stage on a wacer of hli own suggesting lm-r.r.ss.-'s
the rational reader as being simply
an Impossible performance on the part of
a voung army office r in the possession of hi
sane senses. You feel that he will well de
serve whatever 111 fortune might ccme to
him an a result of such an Idiotic feat, and
that you. the reader, would not be in the
least sorry, no matter what the penalty in
curred by "Ranson's Folly." And. of
mitpm It 1. fr.tat Tvhpn n reader Is, broucht
I to feel thus toward a hero of fiction.
Again, one is not at all satissled when thisi
' Lieutenant Ranson of the Vnlted States
Army finally marries the daughter of the
post-trader, a saturnine man who had for
merly been a "bouncer" In McTurk's wi
loon on the Bowery in New Tork City, and
whose past was so shady that he murder
ously shot at folks who mentioned It In even
the most casual manner. This Is a demo
cratic country, and the daughter of an av
erage post-trader may make an army of-
Author of "Tho Suitors of Yvonne."
fleer the best of wives, yet, despite Mr.
Davis's cunning In drawlnc lovable Mary
CahllL you sheerly refuse to believe that an
American Army officer would so blithely
enter by marriage Into kinship relations
with a Bowers' dive bouncer" of unsavory
record. Mr. Davis is asking too much of
us. even though he mokes Post-Trader Ca
bin rise above himself at a crtical moment
In the story.
Nevertheless, "Ranson's Folly" Is full of
color and "go." and furnishes entertain
ment. In company with the four other
stoiies between the same covers it may be
taken as proving that Richard Harding
Davis still holds his girt for story-telling,
though he does not develop it to that point
of strength and mastery of tho Actional art
which at one time seemed so certain of at
tainment by this writer. (Charles Scrihner's
Sons. New York.)
Other Xew Hooks.
Margaret Sidney has written a new
Pepper book. This very newest Pepper
story is entitled "Fivo Uttie Peppers
Abroad." and is Just as charming as the
other famous books that have preetded It In
the series. It takes Mother Pepper now
Mother Fisher the little doctor. Polly, and
Phronsle oyer seas, with Grandpapa King.
Jasper and Parson and Mra. Hendenwn.
There In new scenes and new experiences
the brightness, the wit. the kindliness, the
keen knowledgo of child nature that have
made all the Pepper books so irresistible,
are just as conspicuous as they have been
in the Pepper stories at home.(Lothrop
Publishing Company, Boston.)
"The Credit of the Country." by W. E.
Norrls. is the last number of Applcton's
Town and Country Library series. It Is a
story of English life which has to do with
the love passages of healthy young Rritl&h
ers. It makes excellent summer reading.
William Henry Carson did so well with
his flnt book. "Hester Blair." that his sec
ond, "The Fool." should command tho at
tention of tho novel reader. The title de
scribes the weaknesses of a man of tho
world, who would win a girl's heart after
she has been discarded. The story Is well
told and has mest to do with society life In
the East. (G. W. Dillingham Company.
A pamphlet entitled "A Reply to Profes
sor Bourne's "The Whitman Legend. " by
Myron Bells. D. D-. Is Just out. An attempt
of Professor Bourne of Yale University to
deny that Doctor Whitman exercised any
political Influence by his famous Journey
East In the winter cf 1S12-3. has created an
active controversy. This pamphlet Is a
reply by the ablest living authority on the
History of the Pacific Northwest, a man
who has practically devoted his life to col
lecting historical material and makins a
thorough Investigation of Northwestern his
tory. His reputation for painstaking
scholarship and scrupulous accuracy to
The special reports of Professor Robert
T. Hill of the United States Geological
Survey, and Doctor Israel C. Russell of th?
University of Michigan on the recent- vol
canic disturbances In the West Indies are
published In the current number of tho
National Geographic Magazine. The ar
ticles are beautifullv illustrated by pho
tographs taken by the authors. Professor
Hill nad Doctor Russell were of the special
expedition sent by the National Geographic
Society to study the cause of the terrible
disasters in Martinique and SL Vlnccnt.
The reports of the other members of the
National Geographic Society expedition.
Doctor Angelo Hellprin of Philadelphia and
Professor T. A. Jaggar of Harvard Uni
versity, will be published in an early num
ber of this magazine
The Century Company's popular little
Thumb-Nail Series will have added to it
this autumn three new books: Tennyson's
C. Stedman; Sheridan's "The Rivals," with
0 9 4 . O
m 9 ii i. i A
iMargaret Todd. M D )
Author of "The Way of Escape."
an Introduction by Joseph JefTerson: and
"Thoughts of Pascal." newly translated
from the French by HcnJ.imln E. Smith.
Tho designs for tho embossed leather blad
ings of thee jhw Thumb-NhI1 books are
! said to be peculiarly beautiful.
John Bach McMaster. author of one of
fhe lest-knuwn hlstcries of the United
States and n professor at the University
of Pennsylvania, will soon issue his biog
raphy of Daniel Webster. omo of which
ha. already appeared In the Century Magu
I Mr. Speed, who writes on "Tips and Com
I missions" In :i late number of IJpplncotfs
I Magazine, true to his Journalistic training,
has. treated such a variety of subjects that
it Is hard to say that he Is In any sort a
' specialist. He brought this fact out him
self in that some time famous paper of
his. "The Confessions of a Literary Hack."
which appeared anonymously in The Forum,
pome six or t-evtn years ago. and promptly
set the literary men of England and Amer
ica to disputing as to the truth of the
confessions and the Identity of the con
fessor. Mr. Speed has also been an editor,
having had charge both of Harper's Week
ly and Leslie's Weekly, lx-side editing the
American Magazine some fifteen jears ago.
He lives- most of the year in the hills of
northern New Jersey and is cry much In
terested In gardening and horse breeding.
He has been an extensive traveler and ha
broadened his experience by living In the
countries h has visited, not belnjr content
with merely passing through and looking at
the people through hotel windows.
Doctor Horace Howard Furness, the ed
itor of tho Variorum Shakespeare, of which
tho thirteenth volume. "Twelfth Night."
has Just been published by J. B Llnplncott
, i-ompany. u now at work on what he calls
, a "two-horse trick." That Is. he Is reading
j and annotating two plays at the wme time:
i "Anthony and Cleopatra" and "Love's La
I bor Lost." Of the latter, he says: "It Is
tne naroest of all to handle properly. Yoa
know It was one of the earliest works of
the poet, and, like a lawyer's- llrst brief or
a minister's first sermon, he tried to get Into
it every blessed thing he knew." With these
completed. Doctor Furnfss will have fin
ished fourteen of the plays, his latest pub
lished. "Twelfth Night." having rounded
out the even dozen, all of them one volume
In size, except "Hamlet." which occupies
The story of Rochambeau's coming with
his. fleet to the aid of General Washington,
and of the part which French diplomacy,
courage and money played in the success of
the American Revolution, forms the core
and motive of Miss Rive's novel. "Heart?
Courageous." Mme. Kochambeau read the
novel and sent one of her husband's suite
to ask the young Southern authoress to
call upon her. Miss Rives, has accepted an
Invitation from the Comtesse to visit her
In her home In Pari.
The publication of Mr. John Kendrlck
Bangs' new book. "Olympian Nights." ha
brought to light some good stories of the
author, among them the following: One
summer. Mr. Bangs, having promised to
send some new books to his family In the
mountains", and having forgotten It until the
last moment, hastily entered a bookshop
on his way to the depot and nsked the
clerk, a stranger to him. for some good
summer stories. It was a warm day. and
tho salesman took only a languid Interest
In the customer. He offered several books
not sit all adapted to Mr. Bangs's object.
Finally he brought out some volumes of the
right sort, and among them was a copy of
"The Pursuit of the Houseboat."
"So." said Mr. Bangs, promptly, "don't
show roe anything of Bangs's. I can't read
A belated gleam of friendly Interest
flashed Into the clerk's eyes. He leaned
across the counter. "To tell the truth." he
said, "neither can I."
How many Americans, know that the first
exploration for the route of the Panama
Canal was made by H. do la Serna as far
back as llZTMS? Many different explora
tions followed, and suggestions from variou'
quartets-, but nothing definite was done un
til' De Lesscps formulated his famous
scheme. This was opposed by the United
States. Americans then wanted the canal
to go through Nicaragua, and this plan was
favored by General Grant In 1S79. But noth
ing was done Says Harper's Encyclopaedia
of United States History: "In 1RS1 the peo
ple of the United States and France sub
scribed large sums toward a French com
pany, headed by Count de Le-sseps. of Suez
Canal fame, which announced Its Intention
of cutting a canal through the Isthumus of
Panama." The subsequent financial catas
trophe to well known. In 1S39 the l'anama
Canal Company of America was Incorpo
rated with a capital of $30.O.0CO. It was
then estimated that It would cost IlZLduO.-
000 to complete the canal.
Miss Stone's third paper of her experi
ences with brigands, which appears In the
July McClure's. Is ce-talnly the best part
so far of this extraordinary narrative. It is
devoted entirely to the birth of Mrs. Tsll
ka's baby anil the events of the first weeks
of Its life In captivity. It Is a story that
only n woman could write, and as Miss
Stone has written It no one can read It un
moved. McClure's. however, knows always
how to go Its best one better, and at the
end of the article Is. the startling announce
ment that In the August number Mrs. Tsll
ka herself will tell the story of the com
ing of the "little brigand."
Harper & Bros, have given permission to
Frauleln H. von Brocslglc. Berlin, to trans
late Into German the exquisite story.
The Grandmother." by Roy Rolfe GUson.
author of "When Love Is Y'oung." In the
American Novel series. Mr. Gllson Is a
young author who Is rapidly coming- to the
front as a writer of peculiar skill In pictur
ing the best side of everyday life and ex
periences. The nscendencv of the Scotsman in Eng-
land and America has gone long unchal- '
lenged. His pre-eminence in the possession
oi most, oi ine vuiues nas been generally
unquestioned, while the late vogue In mat
ters of Scotch games. Scotch dre-ri ard
Scotch dialect has completed his triumph.
It is. therefore, a shocked and astonished
public that leams of a publication, soon
forthcoming from the press of G. P. Put
nam's Sons, under such an Impious title as
"The Unspeakable Scot."
Anions' the poiltloni that Henry Wallace
j Phillips, author of "Red Saunders" (Mc
I Clure. Philtlps & Co.). held durln? his varied
) career In the "West was that of a fee'er
t In a stamp mill In the Black Hills mining
1 "Distinguished myself In mill by falling
down pen stock forty-five feet, landing on
the wheel," writes Mr. Phillips to a friend.
"Sat down en the whctl. but notl.'ng else
wlthcomfortfor. some time. Head hit a
joist. The mine was a bunko game Black
smith filed up gold pieces In attic to make
clean-up look well when stockholders camo
around. Miners fired off salute of dvnamltc
to Impress visitors. My mother came out to
the camp and started a Sunday school. My
brother pr.d R lianjo furnished the tnuiic,
helped by the Swede wife of our carpenter,
who knew none of the words of the hymns
an few of the tunes, but did the best she
"My mother asked one small boy If he
knew what God was, and lii rcrtled. 'Ye,
ma'am a cuss word.' and seemed surpruwd
that a lady should us such language. Rut
as long as w have missionaries In China,
what's the oddsT
Another novelist Invndes the ranks of
successful playwrights. Mrs. Patrick Camp
lell will produce here next season a play
entitled "Aunt Jeannle." written by E. F.
Benson, who -wrote "The Vlntase." "The
Capslna." and other clever novels publlshM
In this country by th Harpers. Mr. Benson
Is also known as the author of "Dodo " He
Is the third son of the late Archbishop of
Canterbury- He has traveled extensively In
the course of archaeological reseirch. and
Is tho owner of a fine collection or antiqui
ties. NEGRO HOME CLAIMS
PREACHER IS FRAUD
MonPY Collected by It. E. Tlnnt
From Troiiiinent HiiMtiess Men
Not Accounted For.
Since March 5. the police believe. R. E.
Hunt, n negro Baptist preacher, has col
lected nearly 1.CA. osten?bly for the St.
Louis Calorcd Orphans' Home. Of this
amour.. It is said by the home's attorney.
William Farmer, only 71 has reached the
On the preacher's list are the names of
many men and companies from whom, it is
charged, he collected sums ranging from II
to C Detective Wilkinson, also a negro,
Attorney Charles Nagd caused Hunt's
detention. He gave the negro $3 one week
and received another call only a few days
later. He subscribed again, but. thinking
It unusual consults Attorney Farmer.
They ascertained that Hunt was not au
thorized to collect funds for the home, ami
Chief Desmond was requested to act. Ho
Hunt has been In trouble before. Once he
took a horse In St. Louis County and a
jury at Clajton gave him two years In the
Penitentiary- He returns to the city after
serving this time and hung around the oil
Courthouse, marrying negro couples who
AH went well with the preacher until he
added a divorce branch to his matrimonial
bus-Iness. The Federal Government called
upon the preacher to answer a charge of
u?lng the malls to defraud. Hunt's answer
was unsatisfactory and acain he was sent
to prison, this time for thirteen months.
On the list of those from whom Hunt Is
charged with obtaining money by false pre
tenses are the following: O. I.acy Craw
ford. 15; Mcilart Pulley Cfmpjnv. fl; tne
George D Barnard Company. 13; D. M.
Houser. ; Charles Nagel. J5; W. A fctlck
ney Cigar Company. S3: Rice. Stlx & Co..
J3: A. Moll Grocer Company. X; Ru-Iolrh.
Hertz. $".ri; the Columbia Buggy Company.
J2. and The Famous. C
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Johnson
says he will Usue warrants against the
rteilacrd Ilntes to the Writ.
The special rates made for the B. P. O. K.
Grand Lodge meeting at Salt Lake Cltj,
August i: to It. und the Knights of Pytn!a-
meeting at San Francisco. August 15 to 22.
apply through Colorado and Ltah. via the
Denver ami Hio Grande and Klo Grande
Western. "The Scenic IJne of the World."
passing the most lamous points of Interest
in the Rocky Mountain region. Yuu should
see that your ticket rrudr via this route In
order to make your trip most enjoyable.
For rates, dates of sale and free illustrated
literature call en your nearest ticket agent,
or address S. K. Hooper. G. 1". & T. A.
Pension for Southtresfcrncra.
Washington. July 11. Pensions have been
gianttd Southwesierners us follows:
Mlnourl William Dillon. Kansas City. 55;
Thomas Cilhrlrh.t. draU. Lnie. M; John - Ixin
in.ii. 91 Ldult. 19. jor- IC Waters. Ctrl Junc
tion. ; 1-rrdrrlcSt A. Morgan. Ilamsonvlllr. ;
Henry thuhanan. Aurora. . William i l'hil
M. Ktit. Jb. John c. bcaitaft. hrtu. Ji:;
lwx.n ilclanlcl. Rich Hill, ii:: tTanklln Uartxr.
Malta JJer.d. III. ln!l C Hna.-nly. Vicky. IN.
Adam Atmercdt. St. I.uul. : William J. Null,
Sheridan. f. Dunlel LrHla. Adrian, lit; KJuarj
1. lturrotra. llomnoale. Si:. Jmmi A. W'arrrn.
CSitlhaKr. 1; Alex Item, aiatble Hilt. Ii:;
S-amurl & Johnran. Wrtl Plains, tJ; William
Eajllnxtr. Jamrtimrt. . Ilonan V. Krrrpacn.
Ancrnon, Jj; Iorotna L. Lcnikr. l"yrrooni. ;
Vary 11 btraxciian. (iarencr. l; Uuru Adams.
1. Louis. . Naancy C Coainey. Tunas i:
Sarah J Jump. Uoudsun. ii: Martha ArnoM.
HuthlandTlllr, 41. ilary Ktrti. Montreal, jv;
Loulee llot-plnm St. I -mis. IS; s-aliie Watrrr.
Kajelte. IS. Anna Maria Auer. WVston. it, AI
mlra . Cros. St Joi-h. Is; lfaaC CouMcy.
llar Crvek. JK. Itschel A. Davidson. Lathron. H.
Arkansas William J. Walker. UrthrL " 1:
James Hill. Luna landing. U. James Dlckerson.
Helena. ; David w Turner. LIItl Rock. M;
Daniel Payne. Tuckrrman. 11: Captain VVucds.
falarm. Jlo; Carthatlne Kerry. Gratelly. JJ.
Illinois James Cox, Morris, w; ittls w
llurh's. Iilei:le. 1: Ilenjamln. Williams. Cross
Roads. M. (horit V Lastourn. itiicaco.
bumutl V. Mc(Vlln. Ipata. ill; Jam JoneeT
Creal tsprlnrs. J3. Isaac S. Uosirell. Mount Vsr
non. Mb; Danll W. linlmea. Chlcaxo. 1; Louis
Prick. Grayvlll", Jtl. Jonn A. Kndrrs. IMmfleld.
112: Hugh McManus. sxildltrs' Home. IJamlll-.
110; Georst llrophy. National Horn. Iantllt.
119. Valentine tlrauel, Ltbanoi. Ii:; Jutin VV.
llurton. W'aldron. Wm. 1 Kllsh. New 111 Kurd.
J10. Peter Uermann, JSprlnffltld. jk. Henry J
Varrer. Carrot HI, Sdward Linrlol". Kanka
kts. 1U: Wm. H. Ward. Imn. it:; Joixpn Jau
nty. Undsey. 11; Htnry Wwiemeler.. Hinrklry.
!:. Jarne C. McKnlcht. Lovlnajton. Ilo. lloirt
Morcaa. littsdeld. JS. Wm. s-mltn, dead. Qulncy.
JH; Augustus Aroarcnrr. Marshall. JW: auzusi
Nardcl. Kdwartlsv Hie. Jl; Win. H. Macy. To
Kunds. it; litsar Inrrsm. Ncntcn. Ji); Hannah
U. Moore, lair bar). U. Armadlta Wood. 'l
llmrton. U: Isabel! Calvin. New Crand iThaln.
JS: Sarah II .slft. Ottawa. Ji;: Mary lies, j
illcniana i-aric. si; jiary tau, t-air-o. a, rancy
J Smith. Qutncv. is, minor of llanry Hicks.
Mount Vernon, ill.
Indiana Cdsrard A. Jernrcan. Mlshan-aka. H.
Jr-tm bhlnolt, Sclplu. K. Abtanam Williams. In
dlaruitolls. IS; lUnderron Oloson. W'aasn. i:
TVllllMm THm,r. Hanover, ii:: Leander VVtxldrlL
Grrn" Pork, it;; Ilobtrt Lartrcn. Ciry. iU.
icmriius hrrncn. wesi iisinon. j. jo.in ---
(iurnatn. i.reenciuii'-. . cuuuci u. auuirr.
pyracose. Jll: Iv! tlamblll. Dugr JS. J. hi
;. Tasce. r-omnpors. ; cuurva amita, jam-sj
toun 110: IWnljmln K. Van Antwerp, lteivlil-
Jl: Geortre W . Porter. Cl eland. JW; Slnvm
strouss. e.anett, JJ. Juana ueiterr. LAwrrnce-t-urc.
si:. Amanda M IIiaRttt. InJ.aruroils. Si
Sarah J. Torrence. West Mlddlttown. si:. Han
nah Miller. Cnzllfh. SS: Julia A. liensai. V ,n.
crnnes. U: I'hebe A. Warrick. Jacksonville. JC
Kansas John Barnes, national Jlllltary llcm-.
Leavensronh. St. Richard Ilees. National Hnme.
Lratecsrcrth. S: -Stewart A. lienner. Abilene.
SV; Gardner O. Howe. Stockton. JU; Pylrejfr
Davis, council Orcre. S10: John W". Lamb. Chau
tauqua. J. Joseph C Bllllnts. lTtscrtt. SK;
Joel E. Oji. Arkansas Clly. SK: Elijah M. John
son. Cnlumbns. SIS' William Waddle. Host-dale.
S30: WiUlam McDonald. National Home. Leaven
worth. U: Soothe Collins. Concordia. i; Man
ley II. Kush. McCraclen. JS: Klcharrl OdelL Mc
Phenon. S3U; James L. lwln. Tcpeka. JU:
Charles Fmlth. Ok HI1L 111: Georxe Hiker. I
lolt, J; James C. Oliver. Preston, nj; wmo'l
It Jolly. Manhattan 814. Isabella Hayner. lTes
ton. J: Iteteca . Llihty. Urort, JU; Mar
nsret K. Gordon Manhattan. 112.
Oklahoma H In Warren. Stillwater. tS;
Georre L. Wilson. Dane. 130; Oscar p. Roberts.
Cashlcn. J: Georpe M. Storktcn. Kutler. SI2.
Texas John J. Porrell. Auslln. SM: Charles
Tocne Park Sr-rlnaa. U: James J. Dowdy. Basra.
ii: Charles II. Smith. Houston. H.
Washington. July 1L Army orders were
Issued to-day as follows:
Second Lleutenint Harrr Graham. Tsifnty
accond Infantry, rs -elteved from further neat
ment at the United Sta" 'leneral IlosDlial.
TTashlcKtca Rarr:ks. and erdcrej to Join hla
company. He Is raa:cd to meiiiha tlcklutvs.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo ....$21.00
Glenwood Springs, Colo 31.00
Salt Lake and Ogden, Utah 36.00
TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1 TO 13, INCLUSIVE.
The Wabash Line Runs Magnificent Through
Sleeping: Cars Between
St. Louis and Denver, Colo.
Leave St. Louis 9:00 A. WI. Daily
Arrive Denver 11:00A.M. Next Day
Arrive Colorado Springs 10:35 A. M. Next Day
Arrive at Pueblo M:50 A. M. Next Day
Fountain Spring House
Tr Ideal .ummer resort hotel of Wisror.sln. Ex
cellent Cuisine Superior Service Nsw Ortll
Rooms. Newly EqjltP-d Dathlnr Etat!tshtneEt
Superb Orchestra -Al Outdc-r sti-orts.
Famous ttcalth-tllt Inz 1lner.il Springs.
J. C. WALKER. MANAGER.
OPENS FOIt 5KAPOX OF IWJL
PNMKIt NEW MANAC.RSIKNT.
Ct'isiNi: ant' sEisvun; i Nf-:rElJ.ED.
SPKn.M. It-VTES FOR JI LY
For rate-, diagrams. Ef . A-Wress,
W. IRVING DAV.DS, Proprietor.
A SUMMER'S OUTING at
combines rest, pleasure and health. World
famous sprlnc, rsh!nr. rMJn, fl.hlsr. coif.
tnnts drtre. B teutiful Use In th count j-.
Splendid hotel, at price, to .cit ererjone. send
fnrrieOTirtlre rraiplilrt w'.th full particulars.
TV. It- r'KWIF-. eesesteHuta..! Bus, ltulili,m.
FALL TERM BEGINS IT SEPTEMBER. liJ.
STATE 1MOREVIAL SCHOOL,
Sixteen tlerartmcnts. 1.203 students during the year; 404 teachers, first term of
summer school, i-ccond term of summer schoo1 opens July 21. regular session
September 9. Warrensburg. on account of the famous l'ertle aad Electric Springs,
is a much-frequented summer retreat. rTtTr unnuiT cir -
lor catalogue, address STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Kesdtuotiy MUMasy institute
Fifty-seven years devoted to the bnslness of tnoletlni; boys
Into manly tneu. Kacli boys disposition smd points of
nrsknris or strenctb. form the teacher's special study.
CHAKACTGR of flrst consideration. Jlllltary Ufa promotes
physical, mental and moral grovrth. Grndnatca comrnls
sloned by the State. S300ycaj. Send for Illustrated catalopte.
Col. C. W. FOWLER, Supt., Box 16, Lyndon. Ky.
WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE
its mile, northeatt of Kan.as City). lst endowed, best equipped, most larsjely attended collere
for younc men tn Missouri. 30 lntructors, l Lulldlrcs. S scientific labontories; rymna.lum. ath
Setlc field, water srrrks. steam heat, electric Hchts. For caulorue address President J. P Greene,
cfltce It. Ut-eitr. Mo
HOWARD-PAYNE COLLEGE, rAYErIfe0R1.
For bliclier ednrntttin of Yontti; Wnmc n nml Girls. Modern and progressive. Prepar
atory and c l!er courses music art. eljcutloa. phs!cal culture. Flf ty-elcllth annual
eeyfon beirlns Sept i:th, WZ Send ftr Illustrated catakauc. II1IIA3I D. (JISOVKS. Pre.
Baptist Female College
'AND MISSOURI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. "
Foandil tii. Htronr. progressive faculty. Well equipped taforitory for Sclesce worr. IJter
ary worElnebarceof rnlrerslly cradnates. A mo.1ern ('onservatory of Music Art, and Elo
cution. Handsomely Illustrated catalc-cue. Edsr. W. White. Prrs. Kotert N. Cook. B. Mnrr.
BU N KER H ! LL ffiy.Ty
Hunker Hill. 111. No better home and school for
any ooy at any price. College acd business prep
.ration. Writs to ColS. U Stiver. A. M-. Th. D.
JX- inKWOOD JIIL1TRY ACAIJKJIV.
- Larxe. beautllul tm-und... Numbers lim
ited: Instruction Individual, niorsl tralnlns cf in.
hlshest. ITepares for col.ece or busln.ss. list
sear beclas 5ep: II 1VC Send ftir cataloc
i.'ol. Etlnnnl A. llnlslit, KlrkivooU.Mo.
A Home School for Trrenty Iloya.
C3iaiterel ISSt complete ciulpmertr ln.llvl.1u.il
preparation for ccl'eee cr business; family life an 1
pernsl sut.erv'si n fir bovs over yeais of ase.
John n. Welch. A. M Prnrlpal. CclumbU. Mo.
WORLD'S PAIR COLLEGE.
Collf te A Coll. rren.
ANNA SNEKD UIRNS. St. LouU
Weniworth KilharY Academy
Odd! and iarcest ml lury school ti
Central Wen Gov't sup-rvuion and
equlprrent Army officer detailed.
Col Sanford Seller". M. A Sup't.
Bishop Robertson Hall.
kt'i.cup!, rstaUnr.ru ;;. uoatdmi; and cr
echoot fur slrls. Keopena U. V. September lo,
ii. imlu n cr.Tv lr uitirmrnf tfjir.tst?
S. Cornrton ae.. M. Louis. Mo. AsK for pris
nrE QSOJ5 T,CT!C3TTSS3" S!3?.- -fc. Tinmst.
p pp'T The only-Positive Cure for I.lquor Drinking. Morphine and other "r
ZTZZZjTv cotlc Irur C.lnjr. Atsraitbenla. Tobacco and Cigarette addictions.
coRxcroiDTirt vd tosciTiTiov romDcrniu
tirC UH. CT. XI. XSXjV-UVJ. Z'isyxlolan. and akZasxassKsx-.
Itsae TrvstaiMi tw T.esr ass aesrsitses!.. Isl S4 imc OiUre teeck.Mw Us4tU lis.
Sick leaie f r tli'-e months N granted Cj
taln eaarlcr II. w'wl. Trreniy-8rt lntamrv
Lieutenant e .l.-n'i Wi llam t'orr.esvs. Deouty
l"a-rna.ter llenerat. bavim; rrtvd at San Fran
cisco. ! onlere! to Ocjver ror dutv a dlit
Pavtna:er rf iIk iienarrment of e"oIir.ia-
The foIklrc ar'lcntnnta tn reclnvnta cf if
flcers recentlr pr.imid are announced.
Oolonel John Stri h ti tne Twentr-sevehth
Infantry, fnlcael Wil'arj I Itocers In the Thir
tieth Infantry. Utti'enant C ' nI C A Wil
liams to the T'"i'y-cthtT Infantry. Lteu'cnsnt
C. 'cr.el Marlon P Jl.iu to the 1-v.ntv eec ir.d
Infantry. Major Jsm. Marey to the Kl.venth
Infantry. Captain .V ". fjrlcjr to the F'fteinth
Inftntry. e'artaln J. . VjrLlx- to l.r Fiurth
lnfantrv. faputn t II. l-'r'ies ti the mteenth
I R'B'C BEERS 1
1 Guaranteed Pure. None So Good. I
M 3QLD EVERYWHERE. j
"FOLLOW THE FLAG"
Eighth and Olive.
Ohioags Beach Hole!.
Ten mlnuu- from hart ef city; no dirt and
iu iiu,ii' nn iu.eard ana laice.
street boulevard. Chicago
e-d frr tlln.trateit bnoklet
the ROYAL FRONTENAC
Franifort Mich.. Entlrelr New and Modem.
Will Ottrn It. rirt cni.n-JLi.V lat.
CUIII.KST SPOT IX MICHIGAN.
Music. Dsncirir. Bcatlnr. Itathtcir. FIshinr.
Horba k nid nz. Coif. Tennis Etc.
J. It. llnc nml ('. A. rtrant. Lessees.
Also Lesses Fsrle Hotel. Hot Sprlnxs. Arlc.
STOCKTON HOTEL Sffi.
1.0O1 feet ocvnn front. t-S mile spacious porch.
All corridors K feet Ide. l.by tSJsV); ballroom
SiMl Orche.tra H piece. Every modern com
fort and faclllrr Suite, with private bath. Hate
J1S to jr. per week. Reduetlcn during July. Write
for tMklet IIORAI'K M OAKK.
Al Hotel Normandl. TVjshlnEton. D. C.
SAYLOR SPRINGS. ILL.
MINERAL WATEHS UNSURPASSED.
Plan Turkish Mdl-ite.! Var-r Static and
Faradlc Rcrtrte Baths ar.d Masssse.
Expert attenlants ct both sxe constantly at
hant Iellchtful Iwnlltr Everv faciutv for
rest, reereiilon. recuperation and enjej-ment.
fi most perfect aid dtdratle. artnrdlnc
flr.tlas. city service In rural surroundings.
Rates Very Reasonable. Eoolclet Free.
AddreKMlUKncD RICUnBIC UHTCI
Escurslon rate, on u. & O.
S W and ecnnectlnc r a.is
(Founded 1849), Liberty. Missouri,
5 Missouri Military Academy
Model School f jr rentlemer;" ns. Experienced Fsculty of
I'nlsersityllraduates. Delightful home. Nohailnc SiciU
rlulnbnne!-ei Athletics. Oymnancni. .tslalorlum-Lake.
Address e .L W. V. IIN'VILI.E, iU Mcllea. Mk. fl.i IT
MAItY 1IAIJJWIN SHMINAHY For Toudk
Ladles. Term UrtnsSept.4. 1K.1. Locatedlu
hhenandoah Valley of Vlnrtnla. Unsurpassed cli
mate, beautiful ground" and modern appointments.
2M s tudnu past session from States. Terms mod
erate. lnplla enter atir time. tcnd for catalogue.
, MISbilU WEIMAK.Frln..buaDtoo.a.
Hosmer Hall fiiSS
A Day and Boarding School for Girls
CVtlece seepacstl.M a s.Ult.. Csxtlflcata admits
to bM colleee Ora P.pt- 3. OS.
Addre.. ill.. M. II. MATIIEW". Prlaelpsl.
370iTeirb.clcsS.pe.3J. UMrsry Csarsss. atssls. An.
Eloevll.n. Csrltnosllso to VT.lle.Ier. B.lttmere Woca
sa's Coller. fM.ttT.10. Mil and tsaitl, sllnxts.
Jor CstsUf y S scdreu J. O. BtAMTOH. LUOBsi 4-41.
PfitJITIfi!WQiI:,T' deposit money In bank till
a WJl 1 IU is O position Is secured, or pay out
cf salary after Kraduatlns. fatter any time.
Emlllc Hide- Cor. Oth und Olive- Sts..
St. Lonls. Atlaulit. Nnahvllle,
.HontKiitiicry. I.lttlr ltnck, Gnlsratan.
Ft, Worth (CutaloRue free.) Shrervrisort.
Schooi of national reputation for thoroushnesa
and reliability Iiidrrsed by bulreis men.
IStinir Muily. Hookkeeplnic.eti:.. taucht by malL
rVr IM p. College catalogue, or 10 p. en Homo
Study. d. DepL W. N.. Uraushon'a Collcsr. St.
Indian Territory Court Terms.
Vinlta, I. T.. July ll.-Judse Gill has
made a new order fixing the terms of hold
ing court In the Northern District of the
Indian Territory as follows: Criminal
term Vinlta .second Monday in September:
Tahleejuah. flrt Jlonday In October: Mi
ami, third Monday In October: Pryor Creek,
fourth Mondav in October: Salllsaw, first
Monday In November: Clarcmore. third
Mondar in November: Nowata, fourth Mon
day In November. Civil terms Vinlta. first
Monday after the first Tuesday In Decem-
L ,1, SELECiBK 3 GO,,
Auction and Storage.
Kcsnlar3le every Saturday at wanshoan
and pcne-ral of3eci. IfiS-lO-li Chouteau am.
Ni!-s In rcIdencesa pe-clalty. I'faono Klnlocli
Samuel Gans. Manaccr. 711 anil 718 Washing
ton Te. Auction allx of salva;o aerchaa
UKe. Watch for special notice.
A A. SELKIRK. Auctioneer.
This day at 10:30 o'clock, at our warehouse. w
vM sell a lireo and varied collection cf prima
FLHMTCUE. CARI'ETS. STOVES. ETC
A. A. SELKIRK & CO., Auctioneers.
5T. LOUIS' NEW l'I.EASCRE r.V3.
HAilULAN'S PARK, Laclede and Grand Atst.
Advance sale Bellman's dally until 5 n. ra.
AX ALL SEW STAR PROGRAM.
Itr.Iy Van, W re erman . Great lars. Huxa
Statu n anl : rence Modeca. Jessie CouthouU
Klve N. s.e.. et
MAT1XKES OAILT Admission l? Grounds Free.
THE BIG TLACE ON TUB HILL.
"COKE AND LOOP THE LOOP"
Two performance dnllv. rain r shine,
AdmKit-n x- crounds ftec. ravi.lon. 13o and
tSe Ilewrved .eats. 50c
Next Week- Nat Wills. Lockhart'a Elephants.
Other Ble Acts.
Every Ntsht at IS !-ai Mt. 2JW.
Scenic Kallivay. t)!d Mill Wheel Steeplechase.
' ,r oneway, lunft ejnnieeii i.t y except Satur
day. Restaurant In 'itta.c i:.'-ie- rrats at
i". A. H R Special. Sundaj. Ju'y 13 "A
RUNAWAY GIRU "
Oreve Ooaur Lake.
Unlcycle nccentriiuw. Comely .er?bats.
FRITCH'S POPULAR CONCERTS.
Ths Summer Home of Refine,! Vaudeville.
World and Halrir.- T m Mack
Matinee. Sunday We.ln.Ma'- Satunlay
Take. Thnugh tmth Hrrxdnay "Vir.
WEST END HEIGHTS GARDEN
Choutea.ii av. car direct, others transfer.
CONCERT AND VAUDEVILLE.
Afternoon and Xlnbt.
Pren nnd I'ubllc l'raise tle Place.
3IAT. TO-I1AY. 2.1c.
T1I-XIGIIT. Sc & Sllc.
May Howard AI Fresco NUhts Burlesque
Vaudevilles One-Act Farces Art p-ses Orches
tra Concerts A Lareer. Lonser. Better
Show nnd .llore for the Money Than
Any Other In St. Louis.
Sf, Louis vs. Brooklyn,
Game Starts at 3:-l5 P. 31.
DELMAR RAGE TRACK,
Cornmencino; at 2:30 P. M.
Admission, Including Brand Stand, $1.03.
DELMAR JOCKEY CLUB.
TBi's List Af pear Ertrx SaturtUy.
9D AVTirl CDC Am. and European
1 KAVELCKO Hotel Booklets Frca.
St. Louis Office,
Or New York Offlce. 3 Park Place.
Hotels and Resorts.
A. P.. Amtrksm Plaa; E. P., EanptaaPUa.
. .- a Unlit Bonnier
J. P. A. O'Connor.
Rnefnn .. (Baot Bay)
American Plan, i up.
Boston iro'aIt'.So'u'i: Hotil Brnnswlsk
Brooklyn X"&1' Hotel St. Ceorgs
Fire Island r
riwJ." Fire Island Hotel
Harragansett m2L BornsWegS&
Poland Spring &,-, ?,?& Poland Sp'g Hiusa
LADIES! SSOO RDiFS?S
her: Miami. Kcond Monday In January:
I'ryor Creek, third Monday In January.
Criminal and civil terms Vinlta. fourth
Monday In January: Salllsaw. first Monday
in March: Nowata, third Monday In March;
Claremore. first Monday In April; Tahla
quah. third Monday In April.
Guard Shot .cKro Convict.
Jefferson City. Mo.. July 11. Assistant
Yardmaster Kd Tlllon of Nodaway County
shot and probably fatuity wounded Henry
Treadw.iy. a nesro convict from St. Louis,
at the Penitentiary to-day. The negro wai
sent up from St, Louis ten years ago for
murder tn the second decree.
He refused to obey Instructions of tho
guard and attempted to take away the
guard's cane when shot. This is the second
negro convict shot by a guard at the Peni
tentiary during the past month for assault.
Commonwealth. July H: Mrlon new. July
3: New Ecaiand. July 30: Commonwealth. Au
gust 1- Saloon. KZ and JS) upnartt. according
to steamer; second salocn. ICtG: thlrd'clasa at
Boston MEDITERANEAN Serrlca.
Gibraltar. Naples. Genoa: Cambroman. Acjust
IU. Heptember ZT. Novemfer s; Vancouver. Sep
tember . October U. November 3. Saloon rites.
tn upward: second saloon. IV. For steamer Usis,
etc. address Dominion Llns. Bostoa. or J, JS
Brady & Co.. ig pine St.. St. Louis. Ua,