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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 13, 1902.
Let Us Do Your
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- 414-416 N. Broadway.
g Wc hrxve boufhl oul and a.re stic
5 cessors to the business of
GEO. F. HEFFERNAN.
And Indrnirdlnlr Stntlons
" B. & Q. S-W.
Sunday, July 20th,
Train I.cnves. S:OS A. M.
Gtb A Olive and Lnion Stntlon.
The display of Summer Goods at Barr's
cannot fall to meet the fancy of the critical
and economical buyer. The fabrics this sea
son are d-llRhtful In deslRJi. and nowhere
n'e they offered In such assortment as at
Missouri's Greittest Store.
PARIS DANDIES REVIVE
4 SPECIAL. BY CABLE. O
4 Paris. July 10. SU John Gaftney of
New York, aided and abcttod by JL
Iebarjry of the Comedie Francalse. 4
has attempted to restore a fashion of
the Middle Ages. They appeared a few
1 days sro at a dinner In the American
colony clad !n steel waistcoats.
'While the new garments are hand-
somtly embroidered and dazzling af- if
O fairs, the principal uso to which they
are to be put. it ! said. Is to protect
tho wearer against the bullets of un-
teen enemies; who may be lurking In
dark alleyways waiting for a chance O
for the modem knight.
On of the Parisians present at the
dinner warned the revivers of me-
diacval fashion to lvware lest Mor-
gan organize a steel waincoat trust. g
O It Is predicted that tirew -nill poon
become the rage among the Paris y
PINAFORE PLAYERS SIGHTLESS.
J'vroils of West Virginia Blind
Frliool (live Opera at Romney.
Parkersburs. "vV. Va.. July 12. At Romney
, this week the opera "Pinafore" was pre
sented as part of the commencement es
..firs of th- State School for the Blind, all
the parts in the entire opera being taken by
Mind pupils of the institution or their teach
ers. While pirt of the audience could see.
tne larger part of It was also blind, so that
with the exception of a few spectators the
ntire cast and audience was blind. The
fincipnl parts were taken by the advanced
I-uplls. while the choru parts. th Jolly Ut-ile-tars.
the Msfrs and the cousins and rhe
Mimtfl, were taken by the yungcr pupils.
tpwial attention was paid to the stage set
UnH. and those who saw It sav that the
j-resentstlon as a whole would have done
redit to any amateur company.
TJKTir MEYER July 19. 1S. at No. HS7 Cass
nenua. tit- lh Reverend F. C Kllck. M-ss
rt'Ji-.rlittf, Meter to Mr. Wllllsm F. Tleth- Wtt-r-rss
Krnrt rrueh and Emma Seibert.
IIPPF HAMILTON July 10. 13M. at No. ZH9
Mods atenu. ty the Reverend Jam1 N.
Cruf-hfr. Miss Lulu Hamilton to Mr. Normal
I'UEBLING IIIRZ On Julv J. 1JC-, at St.
Lube's Parsonage, by the Reverend Ilenrv TVal
r, Mlra Aiku llln of Waterloo. 1IL. to
Mr. Louis Ituebllnt; of St. Iuls.
CURTIS Oa Saturday, inly 12, 13M. ot 2
o'clock a m.. Mary Jane Curtl. belored wire or
The funeral wia take place. Monday. July II.
at 9 o'clock a. m.. from reildence of her s?tr,
Mrs. I P. Dehmloir. No. 4SSQ Cook aveaue. to
CAMPREI.Iy-Mr. Ellra J., relict of John
Campbell. la her emhty-elghth ear. oa Joly 11.
JWZ. at tha r-iiaence of c O. Twrlniag. near
Tuxwlo, St. Iula County.
Panoral ser-lces aonJay. July 12, at 3 oVlock
p. m. Friends may take Suburban cars t'j
Tuxedo boulovard. Interment prirate.
QREWB-AI ter a lipgerliis lllae-s; July 12, US.
at 7 p. m.. Cliorles IL Orewe. beloved hU9band
cf EIolie Qrewe.
Funeral notice will be Klvca later.
KEIJR-On Friday. July 11. 1S92. at 10:18 p.
n.. attar a brief lllncas. at her reoijence. No.
4IM Wt Pinf boulevard, Marie ljiiise Kellr.
widow of Georse Keller.
Interment private Funeral from the Cathedral
Chapel Sunday at 2:10 o'clock.
New York. Chlcsiru and Memphis papers pleass
KIICtrr.MN-On Friday July Ik VK. at 73S
p. m.. Mrs. It. D Klloulbn. af;ed C yara.
Funeral from residence. No. 3J33A McJlec av
nue. Monday Jclr It. at sal n, m.. to St. Mar
garet's Church, corner VandcventT and Russell
Deer l3s County. Montanv and IflUlsvUlo.
7Zy.. papers please copy.
"fITCHEI.T-At Denver. Colo., on May ti JM
-inl"M!tche:L beloved mother of David X. and
t.tara' H. Mitchell, aged 7J years.
sKuieral from John P. Collins's funeral rooms.
Ti; South Fourth street. Sunday. July 13. at M
ara.;'to Calvary Cemetery. Interment private.
MCCARTHY On Saturday. July 12. at 12:13
ru-m.. John J. McCarthy, beloied son of James
juI Mareart McCanhv (nee McSwecncy), aged
a- ears 10 months and 22 days.
Funeral will take place from the family rcsl
c'.cnce. 2225 Ecoff aienue. on Sunday. July IS. at
2 p. in.. Calvary Cemetery Interment private.
MI'llCIlEY Suddenly, of heart disease. Joseph
Onlnlan Murchey. aceil 32 j-oars. on of Mr.
Ktlen Murchey and brother of M. N. and E. P.
runcral Monday. July II. 1982. at S a. m.. trom
Hmne. Xo. 4119 Finney avenue, to St. Ann's
hurch. thence to Calvary Cemetery.
'Jackson. Miss., papers please copy.
ODERSrnEI.P Suddenly, on Julv 11. 1S32. at
Sep. m. Edward II. Oberschelp, beloied brother
of August W. and Anna Fchulter (nee Ober
:hIp). axed 44 jears 9 months an IS days.
(Funeral from residence of brother. No. 1S"S
Monroo street, oa Monday. July II. at 2 p. m.
"HITTER On Saturday. July 12. 1SC2. ot 3:4 a.
ra Irop3ld Ritter. beloved husband of Maitde
lena Ritter (nee Reckart) and our dear father.
BTter a long Illness, at the aire of O yfara .
rapnths 2S days.
Funeral Tuesday. July 15, at 7:20 a, m. from
fm!ly-4 residence. Blssell and Walker road, to
Jte!y--Cross Church (Raden). thence to Calvary
(jrmetery. Friends invited to attend.
ri!)i!RERG On Friday. July 11. 1C2. at 7
SrlocS p. m Herman A. Fchabrc. blovd hus
liand of Anna Catherine Schaberc (nee Spelbrlnnl.
Funeral from residence. No. 2701 Washlncton
ivrnue. Monday. July II, at 2 o'clock p. xn.
PCHMIDT Camllne K.. beloved daushter of
PVrry'It. ind Caroline K. Schmld (nee Innd
settei). -aged 12 months and It dajs.
Funeral will take place Sunday afternoon at
lfis. from family residence. No. 1J2S Blair ave
nue, to St. Joseph's Church, therx-e to Calvary
Oemeteiy. Friends Invited to at teal.
WinTlOCK On Friday. July ll, 1S02. Agnei
v.n- Whltloek (ne Faaej). wife of Oliver I
THe funeral will take place Monday, the llta
&sU?iat S o'clock a. m.. from redience of her
f.ther. Patrick Fahey. No. 2SS7 Hiikory street, to
L. jfrjjrin's Church, thence ts Calvary Cemetery.
rcn are Invited.
FOUND THE LARGEST
METEORITE ON RECORD
It Weighs Fifty Tons and Would !
Cost Fifty Thousand Dollars
to Get It to the Seashore.
PROFESSOR WARD'S DISCOVERY
Twenty-Eight Men Employed to
1 It Out of a Corntieid
Pieces liroken With
Chicago. July 12. Professor Henry A.
Ward of thN city, who has returned from
a visit to Mexico, announces the discovery
there ot the largest m&terolto on record.
This gigantic messenger from the skies,
which Is so big, says Professor "Ward, that
It would cost CO.000 to brfnr It to tho sea
coast, weighs about fifty tons.
The announcement of this discovery has
been made by Professor 'Ward to an Acade
my of Science. His account before the
academy was tie first presentation of his
discovery to the sclentflc world. It was the
intention of Professor Ward to prepare a
paper fully describing and setting forth this
Important topic for the society, but as It
was not ready he gave instead an informal
Professor WanLftated that he had just
returned from a Visit to the West Indies.
South America and Mexico, and that while
In Mexico he found what he went after
a giant meteroflo.
Large Iron Formr.tloni,
"You know how many meteorites have
been found In MexicoT" he iald. "Why
they are so large and of Iron formation is
xshat puzz.es. Some have said It Is due to
some special attraction of the minerals la
Mexico, but this hardly eems possible to
me. owing to the rapidity with which the
earth revolves, and If a. meteor were at
tracted to a given spot, the velocity of the
earth's momentum would throw It far from
this point of attraction.
"To me It seems likely that the explana
tion Is- the dry atmosphere of the country
the meteor Is not worn or decomposed. Still.
It is an lnterestong question what has
caused this meteroic full which has no
"Tho same question might come up in
regard to the construction of the meteor
ites, which aro all of Iron, there having;
befn only two or three of Mone found. In
Arizona and Kansas the meteors found axe
all of stone. It W ery puzzling. The Mex
ican Government has been very liberal In
bringing together these meteorites, which
are grouped before a. building In the City
of Mexico and handsomely mounted, soma
JOo.ooo having been appropriated for this
"1 had heard a rumor of a. very large
meterolte in the country bordering the Gulf.
Those rumors were so uncertain that they
made a search for It very tmptlng. so
having a month at my disposal I deter
mined to set out and try to seUJe the ques
tion once and for all In regard to the exist
ence of this meterolte."
Search for Meteorite.
Professor Ward gave a very interesting
account of his expedition in waxen of the
mammoth meteorite. The first thing he did
was to hunt up a photographer to accom
pany him. and this mattyr cave him some
difficulty, since he was afraid he might not
find any ono in Mexico willing to undertake
the expedition. But after finding hs man.
arrangements were quickly made.
They made the journey partly by rail,
then along the seacoast and tho volcanic
region, disembarking at Collma and tra'
eling by tnuh around the volcanic moun
tain of Collma. He described this volcano
as emitting sudden and silent explosions
of vapor which rise In the air like a flower.
He traveled about nlnety-flvo miles from
the coast, and finally found the meoT1te
about which s many rumors had reached
the .scientific wr. some declaring it was as
large as a ship. It was found In a culti
Professor Ward engaged some twenty
tight Mexicans to dig it out for him. paying
them 75 cents a day. which was double their
regular wages. It took them a day and a
half to dig around the maw and expose Its
base. It rested on solid rock, and had not
this rock Intervened It would have disap
peared In the earth. Professor Ward de
clared. There was absolutely no soli be
tween It and tho rock on which It lay. All
tho surrounding soil had undoubtedly come
in since the meteor fell, and if this were
to it will carry its fall very far back In the
Iast. the speaker said.
Dynamite Wan Psrd.
Professor Ward gave the size as thirteen
feet on--- IncH in length, six feet four inches
thick, and Ave feet four inches wide, and
the probable weight as fifty tons. The out
side -was well preserved, the absence ot
molrture in the atmosphere preventing de
composition. The pittings were finely !
tnbuted all over it. There was one large
By using small sticks of dynamite Pro
fessor Ward was enabled to separate sev
eral large specimens of this meteorite,
which he ileclased to be beautiful In forma
tion. The great mass will probably never
be removed. He estimated It would cost
something like K0.OZ to get it to the sea-
But the dlscocexy, says Professor Ward is
an exceedingly valuable one. In settling
once, and for all the existence ot this me
teorite, and is of special Interest to scien
tists. It was stated by Professor Dodge,
president of the academy, that Professor
Ward possesses the largest collection Oi
meteorites cef gotten together by one In
dividual, though tho latter says it ranks
fourth in size In the world.
BISHOP HENRY POTTER TO WED.
Wealthy Mrs. Alfred Clark to
Marry Venerable Divine.
New York. July 12. The authorized an
nouncement is made to-day that the Bight
neverend Henry C. Potter. Bishop of New
York. Is to marry Mrs. Alfred Corning
Clark of this city and Cooperstown. X. Y.
Mrs. Clark is well-known as a most gen
erous dlrpenser of her wealth for good
causes of all kind. She is one of Bishop
rotter's most promls.ent and philanthropic
parishioners. Mrs. Clark is th widow of
Alfred Corning Clark, who. for years, was
head of the Finger Sewing Mnchlne Inter
ests, and who left a large fortune and four
sons, one of wkom Is Lieutenant Robert S.
Clark. Ninth United States Infantry, who
served with that regiment in the Philip
pines and China.
Bishop Potter Is G7 years old and was
bom In Schenectady, N. Y. He is now In
Parts and is to return In the fall. Bishop
Potter was first married In l&i. Immediate
ly after his graduation from college. His
first wife was Miss Eliza It. Jacob, who
died In July of last year.
For some time before Bishop Potter went
abroad there had been talk of the necessity
of providing a coadjutor or assistant for
him. The work was getting too heavy for
one man. It was said, and It was asserted
that the Bishop's health was suffering In
consequence of the strain Imposed upon
Doubtless those who advocated the nec
essity of an assistant did not contemplate
such a one as the Bishop seems to have
had in mind. There will bo few of tho
parishioners, however, who will not agree
that Mrs. Clark is likely to be a coadjutor
of the most efficient kind.
park nit n AcaiAjr.
Salem. 111.. July 12. George N. Parker, a.
prominent young farmer, residing two miles
south of this place, and Miss Mamie Bau
man. daughter of ex-Alderman Jacob Bau
man of this city, were married at the Bau
man home at fc o'clock to-night
Butler. Mo.. July 12. James E. Sterns
and Miss Bartha Dyckensheet were married
I. O. O. F. Lodge at Marshall.
Marshall. Mo July 12. Grand Master A.
H. Hanlev of District 73. j. o. O. F. of
Wanamaker. this counts'. Installed the of
ficers of Marshall Lodge. No. 1E9. last night.
He was assisted by Past Grand Mnster Doc
tor A. Wheeler of Miami. The officer
are: J. D. Jackson. N. G.: C Ireinnd. V. G.:
J- D. Fristoe. secretary: Henry Lowenteln.
financial secactary: John W. Rose, treas
urer; 4. M. Patterson, chaplain. Mr. Han
ley Is S3 years old. has been a member of
the order over forty years.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo ...-.$21.00
Glenwood Springs, Colo 31.00
Salt Lake and Ogden, Utah 36.00
TICKETS ON SALE JULY I TO 13, INCLUSIVE.
The Wabash Line Runs Magnificent Through
Sleeping Cars Between
t. Louis and
Leave St. Louis
Arrive Colorado Springs
Arrive at Pueblo
Ticket Office, - - fc
Rise ami Full of the Rivera
Fcr U tour, ending 'at 7 m. .
Stations. Danier.Gaiar; Aan5?:
Parlien&urs 3.0 1..0 ?.
Cincinnati . W-0 M-J jj-
Nashville ? "J r
rhiittnoosa M.o J. 'J-J
nornce 16-0 j-0 -
JorinvmtlUe H- ' -' 2
Kian.vllle i.o .z -' J
bt Paul - l.o 4J .o
imbuque l.o s.s oo
raenport Jr-'J . ;?!
iws Moines Rapids .... S-5 '1
Peoria ...... ................. 11.0 .... ....
Orafton ...........-..... 23.0 ?--i -. :
Omaha - - '! iS'l
Kana. City a.O . Z
Boonvllle " ;- J-;
Hermann .- -' 1 . ".s
St. Louis -I- J-J
"hel'r 39- ,,-s "-S
c-Sfro 2 "J
MempbU - a 0 SS.X -0-1
IJltle Rock ZJ.U .. -J-J
Shrevport t?- J-J r?-i
Jim- Orlrans - 15.0 t.t ..
R. J. HYATT.
Local Forecast OfflclaL
The river at Bt. Louis will rise until to-raorrow.
River and Business.
Harbor gMiea yesterday marked 3.S feL ln
dlratlr.c a rU ot .1 of a foot during the last rt
Business along the river front was up to tna
average, offerings being plentiful.
... bt. Pul
City of CUftoa......
Grey nacle .
W. IL Grapevine....
City ot St. Loula...
Spread Eagle ,
Belle of Calhoun...
Qulncv .St. Paul
fcpread Eagle Alton
City of Providence Monteiano
River HlfiHo Brevities.
The steamer Grey Eagle broke her shaft on
the trip In Friday nlKhl while opposite Ste.
Genevlet. She was toned up by the Chester
and teg Alliance, arriving yesterday rooming.
The City of St. Louis was chartered bv the
Eojcle Packet Company and departed yesterday
afternoon for Commerce In place of the Orey
The Cheater arriied yesterday rnomlnic front
Cape Girardeau and departed In the allernoon
with rood patronage.
Pilot llarrv M. Eldrldjce broutht in tho
Dewey yesterday from ilemrhis. The boat was
recently purchased by Captain Sims, owner of
the Hill Cltr and Hill be placed In the St. Loula
P. J. McCiean ot the Missouri PactSc Rail
road and his ramllr were passengers on the
The Columbia arrived from Chester and St.
Marys yelen!ar mornimt snd departed in tho
afternoon for the return trip.
Captain Samuel Coain. agent cf the Cin
cinnati and Loulivllle Board ot Unaerwrit'r.
who baa been lsltlntt St. Louis, departed lost
nlclit for Cairo.
The Columbia took out a party ef thirty ex
curslonlLs to Mcntesano who were left behind
by.thH City of Providence.
The Bald Eajxle arrived from Peoria yester
day morning and departed In the afternoon on
Judge Thomas R. Whltledge. brother cf Cap
tain R. J. W-Jtledge. United States Steamboat
Impectnr for this district, was a passenger oa
The lleile of Calhoun departed yesterday
afternoon fur LouUlana irlth cood freight and
The Grapevine departed en a wheat trip,
but will return In time fcr her regular rua in
the Missouri River trade Tuesday.
William T. Cottier of Chicago visited Captain
I. H. Drown of Harbor .'o. Si jesterday In
quit ot Information of Captain John Gero. who
was a beat owner and captain in ISM He was
killed in an accident and his hlrs believe he
left a largo amount ot money in one of the
Tfce Sidney arrived from Iturllngton yeste--day
morning and departed for Keoknk In the aft
ernoon. She took out If? excursionists.
R J. Perkins, grand secretary of the Asso
ciation of Pilots and Masters, communicated with
Captain R. S. Drown of Harbor No. U. request
ing information regarding the new corporation of
pilots recently organized In New Jersey.
Captain Prank Farnsley, master of the
neater, writes tnnt the boat departed from Cairo
en rrute to the lower river. Itlots Ford and
Goodrich tock her out.
The Qulncv arrlted yesterday morning from
St. I"aul and will depart this afternoon J tne
return She took out a namUr of excursionists
Th Columbia brought LS-! sacks of wheat
vesterday from points between Chester anJ St.
The City of Clifton arrived from the Ten
nessee niver yesterday morning with a good
Jrlp. She will depart on the return to-morrow
Pilot Harry M. Kldrtdge. who brought In tn
Dewey, departed last night for his home at
The Cape, Girardeau will arrive to-morrow
morning from Commerce and depart in the aft
ernoon for the same point.
The Soread Eagle will make her regular ex
cursion to Alton to-day. departing at 30 o'clock
in the morning.
Pilots Partes and Gibbons took out tn City
of L Iv-.uls yesterday evening on her trip to
The broken shaft of the Grey Eagle is to be I
replaced at once, anu it is fxp-cicu ac n
plnced in her run In a short time.
Burlington. le. July IS The. river Is S feet S
Inches above low-watr mark, a rise of 14 Inches.
WesthT fair and slightly warmer. Root i In anl
out? Eloise from Fort Madison. Helen Blair
Paducah. Ky.. July U. River gauge reads
18 feet. The punhlne from Memphis arrived
jeterday evening at t o'clock and left for Cin
cinnati at 7 o'cloelc The Joe Fowler arrived
last night at midnight from Kvanstllls and left
on return at 4 o'clock this morning. The Dick
Fcwler departed this morning for Cairo. The
John 3 Hopkins from Evansvllle will arrite at
ii and leave with dispatch on return trip. The
Tennessee ts receltlng good trip for Tennessee
Rlttr. She will gtt r.rr at 7 p. m The Mary
Stewart Is delayed on account of burnt buller.
but will get away to-nlglit.
Vicksburc. Miss. July IS Th gauge- Is 17
feet, a rise of 1.1 feet Delta arrlted and rleared
for Memphis with h'g passenger trip. Captain
Noinnd gate out FrM. A. Blank'a name to bo
changtd to VlckJburg
Chester. III.. July II. Down beats: Cape Gi
rardeau. : a. m.. City of Sheffield. J . m. Up:
Grey Eagle s lt night, fbester 11 last night:
City of Cilfton 10:31 last night. Clear and warm.
Gauge. 17.1 feet and falling
Cape Girardeau. Mo.. July II. The Peters r
dawn 10 a. m. The Cape Girardeau down 11
a. m. The Russell Lord up with four larges of
ties &: p. m. The gauge reads IL3 ftet and
Grand Tower. Ill, July It. Robert Dodls down
late last evening. Cap- Girardeau down at f
May not be all that Is meant by dytptpsia I
now, but It will be If neglected.
Tfce uneasiness af'.sr eating, fits of nerv
ous headache, sourness of the itomacb, and
disagreeable: belching may not be very bad
now, bat Ihey will be If the stomach Is
suffered to grow weater.
Dyspepsia Is such a miserable disease
that the tendency to it should be riven
early attention. This Is completely over- ,
which strengthens thewhole diets tire system
'FOLLOW THE FLAG"
9:00 A. NI. Dally
ll:OOA. M. Next Day
10:35 A. M. Next Day
11:50 A. M. Next Day
- Eighth and Olive.
OHI THE ITCHING!
PRICKLY HEAT and
Quickly relleted and cured by DIAMOND EC
ZEMA C1"RE il (H. Your druggist or at oar
store HENRr 1IEIL CHEMICAL CO, 213-ilt
S.uthrourthS. St Louis. Mo.
a. m. Peters Le down at 8 o, m. City of
Shefliell arrived down at I p m. and departed
for St Louis at S p. m. The gauge reads u feet
.3 and railing. Weather clear anJ warm
Warsaw. Ill . July li Gauge reads 13 s feet, a
rie of ; In Zl hours Weather clear and warm.
Vixen and Silver Crescent duwn and up.
St. Paul. Minn.. July li Steamer Dubuque
-ame In at & and left at s this evening, bee
brought in l."0 passengers unj took out 130 Many
of her downstream iasenjer wer teachers
from the N. K A. Cunvt niton.
Cairo. Ill, July li The rltrr fell 4 of a foot
in the past II hours: the. gauge reads 1 1 fet.
The weather Is fair, tery warm and threatening,
with Inulratlcns favorable for rata. The Joseph
11 Williams from LtiuUMllt with IS boats and i
barge leaded with ccal and 3 barges leaded with
steel nils wueJ down for New Orleans at
a. m The T II. Davis departed for Crown Point
at daylight far a tow of lumber. Tne Wash
Honshell from Cincinnati with 11 barges of steel
rails arrlted at 1 p. m. Her tow is consigned
to this port and Belmont. Hr.e is cleaning boil
ers. She will return light to loulivllle to-night.
The Dick Fowler from ladurah arrived at ::!
p .m. with a good trip. Including a large, lot
of wheat She n-turned this etenlng. The l'eters
lx arrived from St. luls all p. a She. dis
charged her usual quantity of freight, added 3)
tons and departed for Memphis at t p. m. wltn
a fair trip. The Rees b, from Memphis, the
Allco Brown and Harry Brown from Loulsvltlo
are due. Captain Jchn R. Marsh, representing
McGee S. Co. of St. touts, li hers to-day en
route to St. Iouls. II come down from Padu
ckc. where he had been negotiating for a tow
bat to bo used on the lower Mlsourl River on
Memphis Tenn, July U- The river here stands
1 feet on the gauge, a fall of .1 of a foct la
the last II hours Tne Kate Adams arrlted this
tenlng from Arkansas City and returns Mon
day. The, Beater with a tow of empty barges
passed down this morning lor the lower bends,
wbere they will b loaded with larnrer for the
Ohio River Receipts to-Ul. 1 sacks ccttcn seed.
Pittsburg. Pa. July li-Rlter 1L4 feet, fall
ing. Clear, p'easant.
Wheeling. July IS. River U feet; falling.
Cincinnati. O . July It River feet; falling.
IouUville. Ky.. July li River falling: in ca
nal. S.I. on fails. 7.S: below Ivcks. II fett. Clear
E vans rl lie. In-L. July li-Rlver U.J: falling.
Clt r and warmer.
New Orelans. La.. July li Partly cloudy-; rain.
Departed: Imperial, the Rends.
SUES TRANSIT C03IPAXY Ansnat
Buren filed suit In tho Circuit Court yes
terday against the St Loula Transit, Com
pany for I10.0 damages for injuries al
leged to have been received by a wajcon
which he was drlvlnf; on Florissant avenue
March K last being struck by a car.
EAGLE PACKET COMPANY,
The Only Side-Wheel Slcriciers Par
CAPE GIRARDEAU, COMMERCE
And all way landlcgv Leave whorfboat, foot ot
Vine f Str. CAPE GIRARDEAUrMooiarsJ and
Fridays, s p. xn.
Str. GUEV EAGLE. Wednesdays and- Satur
Round Tr:p to Commtrco. t.oa, I iBcludlaz
Round Trip to Cape Girardeau. 15.08. Berth.
Making a special excursion on Saturdas. eg
chnnrir.g boats at Grand Totter, returning by
Str. Cape Girardeau, arriving at St. rouls Mon
day muroln;. Round trip. Includlcs meals aad
Elr. Bald Eagle for Peoria and all way load
ings. Wednesdays and Saturdays. 1 p. a.
i fccne Main TO.
il. tv. iexiic Agent.
COLU31I1IA PACKirr COMPANY.
Fort freight and tine passnger accoramoilatloas.
The only regular St. Geneiv at, Marys and
leaves every Tuesdar Thurs.1ay and Saturday
at 4 p. m. from Lee Line wharfboat.
Round trip. O. including meals and room.
Hl'NTER HEN iKSMS General Agent.
Phone Main 1KB; Klnlxrh A n.
St. Louis Cluster - Caps eirardaao (Joe.
STR. CITY OF SHEFFIKLD.
Will leave wharfboat. foot of Pine street, Mon.
d")".. WednesCays and Fridays nt 1 p. m. for
Grand Toster and all Undlnga.
Will lave TueWays. Thursdays and Saturdays at
4 p. m. for Caps Gtrordeau and all principal
landings Quirk time, best acreraoodatfena:
Phones. Main A an.1 A Hi "-"-man.
JOHN B MASSINOALU Agent.
St. LodIs ,n. Teiinesses Rlur Packet Co.
Great Tennessee Illter Route.
Excursion Season Now Open.
Str. CITY OP CLIFTON".
Only ill round Irip.
Will leave wharfroar, foot of Pin
street. Monday. Julr IL at S n.
m.. for Cape Girardeau. Cairo. Milropolls. I'..
tcrah and II landings on Tenne.se- Itlrr. to
Waterloo. Ala. JNO. E. MASSENGALE. Agt.
Phone Main A and A Hi
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
Ta Memphis. eJT.OO Rouud Trip, JJ10.00
Including Meala and Berth.
For Ckit-r. Grand Tower. Cap Glrardeaa.
Calre. Memphis. Helena. Greenville. Vleksburg
and Natclex. taklnK (telglit Ur ult way landings
this side cf New Orleans end landings oa Arkan
sas Illter to line Blurr
Rees Le. Tuesday. July IS. C p. m.
l'eters Lee. Friday. July It. S p. m.
r'roiu wnarftxai. toot vt olive t
-Phonea: Malt 1)S: Klnlocn A 73.
W. E. Albltx. Com. Agt.: D. M. Connors. Osa.
DiAMOHDJQ LINE STEAMERS.
Meals and Berth included.
Every Saturday to Keokuk,
Iowa, and Return, S6.OO.
Every Tuesday to Burlington,
Iowa, and Return, S8.00.
A delightful three anl four days' outing.
Fcr IYrp!ct"n. Hamburg. Mexlers.
CUrksvlUe. Iullana. Ilannlhsl
Qalncr. Keokuk. Nauvoo. Fort MaJl.
son and Rurllneton.
Leatcs Tuesday. July IX 4 p. m.
FOR ST- PAUL
And Intermediate Points.
STR. QFINCY, Sunday. July U. 4 p. m.
STR. IILULQL'E. Thursday. July 17. 4 p. m.
From wharfboat, fJOt cf Washington avenue.
Phone Main IH7A. I. P. LUHE. Gen. Agt.
Steamer Belie of Gaihoun,
Th. nnlr r.Fulsr Calhoun County TMLket. leaves
wharfboat. toot of Lcust sU. Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 4 p. m. for Calhoun ccunty land.
tegs; round trip J5.W. Kxcurs.on through to Lou
isiana every Saturday. Round trip. SI. Inc'cJlng ,
i . ... ..S-V ! Mli S'rkvT . r
Phone Main S3. Genoral Agent.
St. Louis and Hermann Pscket Co.
Leaves foot of Carr street Tuesday.
Jnlr 11 It I a m.. fcr Wa.Mne?nn.
s.er Tlaven. llermann. Jefrervan Cltr.
Sandy Hock. Giles and all way landings.
Phcn Mala S, General Agent.
GREAT g CROWDS
oiun anun a-r a JTANnSTILL-IT'S POMPEII NOW.
Production Superb-Fireworks Wonderful-Ballet Beautiful
Effects Startling Satisfaction General.
This Is Hie senulne Tain's "Last Days
of Pomp-.'IP ami positively clones July
IX. Kti-p Illfliio. of J)etIaI nlrTllts.
lIffi-ri'iit Jifplays every porfonuauw.
TKarraiP wDtsEimsiri:oiHBBv DiiiTrnas:r.T.
m 1T12-"Z- ' T It 'he I'ompeit Gailen. Weil c-d Ills Concert TT'Tg-F! sV.1
J- JAJ J.JTJgl- J. Itinj .si.KiUti ML" West ,n an.l Mr Whl'e- -
ON LAKE SUPERIOR.
Purett water In the world No milarto. rtsh
lag. yachting, theaters, phtnled whlteBsti. Cool
all summer Write Consolidated Land Compocy.
DEVIL'S LAKE. WIA Cool, no mcjult3-s or
malaria: beautiful scenery For psrttculars ad
Sv MES. S. E. KIRK. KlrkUnd. Wis.
"PLIMPTON HOTEL Vtcl Hill. R. It
Overlooking liay and Ocaa Fine Music Hall and
Orchestra, Elevator. Only house with 'et',r
lights. Xr bathing beach. Golf Accommodates
). Booklet at Republic Bureau. C. A. Stone.
Mgr.. Watch Hill R L Hate of Palm Beach.
NEW OCEAN MOUSE,
Allen Alnslle. Edward R Grabore. ProprKn.
WILL OPKN JL'NE 14TU.
Greatly Enlarged. Forty Prltate Baths. All
th Latest Imps ivements. Everything New.
Booklets. Republic Bureau.
GREENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Tho "OLD WHITE" Sulphuo. open June IS.
Faacjus for Its sulvhur baths. MoJern Improve
meots. with private baths. Orchestra of 15
pieces. Terms, IIS tn til week. IM to 1J per
month Write, for Illustrated booklet. Address
HARRINGTON MILLS. Manager. Greenbrier
w jlUr CMiytim q.-,n"a
IDEAL SUMMER RESORT OF "EST
Facinr ilocatawa Ray. fifty rods from Lalm
Michigan, on Per Marocette Railway. Dally
atcamers to Chicago and Milwaukee;. FJectrio
Une to Holland and Grand Rapids. Excellent
beating, bathing and fishing.
M. A. RYDER. Proprietor.
Sleepy Hollow Resort
South Haven, Mich.
When tho summer son is baking humanity
evexywbere else. Sleepy Hollow is fanned by
cool breezes from tha inland sea. It has in
comparable advantages. Its wonderful Clverj.tr
ot natural beauties rcikes it a dsllghtful suramtr
home. Plug-Pang. Tennis. Golf. lUlhlsg. ate
On ths- north short of Lake Erie; on hour's
ride-train" Ditfoit. th most besulirul sumfner re
sort on. the great lakes; nine-hole golf UrJes.
bathing. boMtrng. ttshlng. dellghtrul dilves. :&.
aad no mosquitoes, superior accommo-atlini;
many Improrements; I jpular prices Open arx.ut
June IS. For particulars address tho prcprtetor,
W. P. Beyer. Hotel Ste. Claire. Detroit, Mich.
CONSIDER. THE ATTRACTIONS at
before yon decide on your plans for the summer.
It offers what eve ryooois seeking, tho maximum
of comfort and pleasure without extortionate
expense. Finest resort in the northwest.
Superiorbolels. drives, rowing, beach baUitag,
golf, healthful waters. etc tree bookies tells
all a boot it. Writs for one today.
W. B. rUAME. Seey etr. IU-.il lul, rrleXs, VU.
OPENS FOR SEASON OF li
L'NDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
CULSINC AND SERVICE UNEXCELLED.
SPECIAL RATES FOR Jl'I.V.
For rates, diagrams. Etc. Address.
W. IRVING DAVIDS, Proprietor.
BUNKER HILL RggSSKZ
Bunker Hill. IU. No better horns and school for
any coy at any price. College and business prep
aratkm. Writ to Col S. L. Stiver. A. iU. Ph. IX
Hosmer Hall 2
A Day and Boarding School for Girls
College pespsrstlea peelsllr. Certificate, admits
to best col !. Ores Sect. 3. irS.
Address MI9 M. 1I.MATUEWS, PrlselsaL
Western Hilary Aoa
Catalogue and St. Louis
COL. ALBERT H. JACKSON, A. M.,
ttie 2803 XjiCDOTTST1 SZ?-, St. ZjOIUs.
Ap?nT Thr only rotUUc t'aro for Mqaor Drlnklnc, Morphine and othfr.Vnr
f irV colic XJrtJC Vilnr. Arurst2iciilB. Tobacro aid Clinrtlt e addlctloa.
Cw tmtmt Ut 1rn f - l.js
The Summer Home of Polite Vau-1eville.
EVERY ACT A FEATURE.
Matinees- Sumlay. Wednesday, KcturJ-iy.
Take Tlironisb. South Urondtvny Cr.
S23to Mew York
B. & O. S-W- j
9:00 A. H. 8:05P.M. 2:05 A.M.
j (lib and Olive and Union Station
LADIES! $500 REWARD SSSSiSySSSaS
l-stnokizy trom oar csase, ray meeualy rsgul.tor
fttl. to reilrss. a.ii. usrsuess. vegsara.sor. uow
lone sat'preieed. 18 reward for oar otoer re-nctfy
sdTcstlvd tiist wllre'J.ee oa latx DB. JICXSOV. XL
CO Si"- 1 (Cese.UM) r.M rf CsUtl tso,oca
- - --j
Dq You Ever
stop to consider tho
present efficiency ot tha
mmnmred with What it
was before the"POSTAL" A
Of 5t Louis's
The finest, most 'oreously mount
ed spectacle anil elaborate
iirvworks ever seen
in St. Louis.
Ttip riDC en Baltimore Bay. Mich. Farm
IIIL I in.Jj resort, ideal spot for rest and
recreation. Large, airy rooms and flrst-clasj
ont Send for booklet A. K. Tlllotson. ti
Montcalm it. E. Detrolt.MIch;
the ROYAL FRONTENAC
Frankfort, Mich.. Entirely New and Modern.
Will Clprn lt First Sessun JlLl 1st.
COOIJ-1ST SPOT IN JIIUIIIOAN.
Music. Dancing. Beating. Bathing. Flihlcg.
Horseback Riding. Oolf. Tennts. Etc.
J. R. Hae nutl V. A. Ilrant. Lesieei.
AUo Lessees Park Hotel. Hot Bcrlnis. Ark.
l.CW feet ocan front. 1-1 mile sraeious porch.
All corrid-rs li feet wide, lebby laraM: ballroom
0x50. Orchestra II Pieces. Every modern com
fort and facility. Suites with private bath. Kates
IIS to I oer week. Redu-tlen during July. Writs
for booklet HORACE M. CAKE.
Also Hotel Normacdle. Washington. P. C.
SAYLOR SPRINGS, ILL,
tuvrnit. triTrns ITNSL'nPASSED.
j Plain. TnrkSh. Medli-tted Vapor. Static and
Faraaie liectric naics ana ji"-t'.
Expert attendants of both s-xs constantly at
hand. II.ghtfut locality. Everv facility fcr
rest, recreation, recuperation and enJoymen
the most rerfect and de-lrahle. affording
first-class city service tn rural surroundlngo.
Rates Very Reasonable. Booklet Free.
Ada""fVSAHAGER GLEHDALE HOTEL
Famous Minora! Springs,
Beautifully located en Clinton River, near De
troit and Lake St. Clair. Excellent Ashing, boat
ing, driving and cycling facilities. The health
glvlrx witters from the-e far-famed mineral
springs hate a world-wide reputation for tne
cure of rheumatism and kindred ailments.
A handsome booklet with photographic views
and full descriptions ot the Baths. Bathhouses.
Hotels. etc may be had free by mall Address
F. R, EASTMAN.
Charnb-r cf Commerce. Mount Clemens. Mich.
Slit Boolerard as4 Lake Skers,
la the finest summer and whiter betel eg
the Great lakes for families, tourists and
transient guests. Has nearly a toco feet
broad veranda. Built of stone aad
premed brick. 450 Urge roosruw All out
side. Ho courts. Purabhcd throughout
in mahogany, ko private bath rooms,
jut a minutes by Illinois Central Ex
press from the shopping- and theatre dis
trict of the dry. Cool la rammer, assay
from the city's dust, noise and sax&r,
Gstt, tennis, boating- aud frthtng.
Send for Handsome Hem
DnCITIflWCMay deposit money la bank till
UolllUnOpositlcn Is secured, or pay out
of salary after graduating. Enter any time.
Entitle? IlldK Cor. Oth and Olive Sts.,
St. Loots, Atlanta, Nashville,
Montgomery, Little Hock, Galveston,
Ft. Worth (Catalogue free.) Shreveport.
Schools of national reputatlcn fcr thoroughness
onl reliability. Indorsed by business men.
Iluinr tnrty. llockkeep'.ng.etc. taught by mau.
Fir HO p. College catalogue, cr !W p. en Horn
StuJy. ad. Dept W. N Draughoa's College. St.
references on application.
Sup!., - UPPER ALTON, ILL.
- . ' .ri w r--- ?. UMfll IU,
Kvery Tnesilny nnd Thursday for
Alton nnd Plnsn.
Etery 'Wcdnesilny nnd Trldny for
rcrranally conducted by officers of Co
lumbia Kxcurslon Company. Round-trip
, Kc: children half price. Leavcrt Olive street
220: returns k r- " livery auruay ror
Jlontcsano 9 JO and 2&X
Si. Louis vs, Brooklyn.
Game Stnris at VUM) V. 31.
MXTII Ilia IVEKK CnilllK.'sCINU
M.M1A1, JILY 13.
Bl'IILER-KEJirLE-niPINf: WORLD'S FAIR
Evenings -Matinees Wed. snd Sat.. ZM
CVMILLiv text CA.1IILI.K.
il L SELKieK & GO.,
Auction and Storage.
Kejrularsato evpry Saturday at warebOOM
and peueral office. ltOt-10-12 Chouteau tsl
SiK-s In residences a specialty. Phono KlnlocH
Sarnnel Gans. Manager. 'Hand 718 Washtsj
ton ave. Auction sale of salvago merchaa
disc. Watch for special notices.
A. A. SELKIRK. Auctioneer.
Auction Sa.Ie of Groceries, F.
tures, Was'on, Elc.
Monday, July 14th, 1902.
CommencInR at 10.20 a. m.. we will
the above stock, viz: Staple aad K.i..
Grocerieg, I0O pounds Tea. Counters, She.
lng-. Scales. Fine Iluttcr Rox. Cash Ilea -ter.
Fine Batcher Kox. Butcher's Flxtuit-.
etc ; also Wagon and Harness.
Terms cash. A. A. SELKIRK & CO..
AT 3755 LACLEDE AVE.
ALCTIO.V SALK OK
Fine Furniture, Carpets, Etc.,
WEDMl.W.tV, JULY 1ISTII, 3002,
ConinionctUK at 1050 a. in. we will sr'!
the entire furnishing of aliove flat, t -.
KK-gant parlor suit, tine lirlc-a-brac t -lnet,
lace curtains. ivnrt!tres Axmlns;t;c
anil velvet canets, elepnnt combination
folding bed. bedroom sulr, betltliiyr, slde
bcard, extension table, dluing-roora
chairs, jras fixtures, china and glass
ware, raupe. 2 il. gnu muse. Radiant
Home heatinjr stoves, kitchen aud laun
ilrj" outllts. The sale i a Kood one and
well worth attending. Flat for rent.
A. A. SKI.KIKIC & CO..
Terms Cash. Auctioneers.
3.37 Lucas Ave.
Entire Furniture, Carpets, Etc., of a
10-Roorn House at Auction
THURSDAY, JULY 17.
Commencing at 1330 o'clock sre will sell Parlor
Suits, good Cedrcom Sets. Chairs. Tables, Lac
Curtains. Dtnlng-Koom Furniture. Home Com
fort Range, ete. All la good condition.
A. A. SELKIRK CO.. Auctioneers.
1808-10-12 CHOUTEAU AVE,
RE6UUR SATURDAY SALE
At our salesrooms every Saturday morning at
iOCO o'clock. In these weekly sales we dlspc.se ot
Immense quantities of Furniture. Carpets, Stoves
and ether miscellaneous goods and articles. Our
location la central and the attendance of buyer
A. A. SELKIRK '& CO.
6-AH New flcis, All Siars-6
Beginning This Afternoon.
First Vaudeville appearance In this city.
HENRY E. DIXEY
Of "Adonis" ram. la his delightful specialty.
HAL DAVIS AND INEZ MACAULEY
Otferlnr nsr comedietta. "The Vneipected.'-
M'PHEE AND HILL
World's Greatest Triple-Bar Artists.
Clever Juvenile Character AcL
Latest Instrumental Jfovelty.
Th Dashing Serlo-Comlc
liatlnte every day at S:30: nights at :. Or
chestra concertx at 7:00 and 19:30 at Caesar.
Beautiful Hectrio Fountain display nlghUy.
P. W. Comer Forest Park and World's Fair
Grounds. Chouteau Ave. Car Direct. Others
Com. Sunday Mat- July 13.
Character Change Artist, the American Girl
Who Captured England.
GftEAT SOUTHERN QUARTETTE,
Singers and Comedians.
SEYMOUR tfc DL'PRE,
3 KEATOSS 3
Papa, llamma and Buster.
Sincere and Dancers.
KORGARTV Jt DROIV.V,
, Ragtime Dances.
Singer and Comedienne.
Admission to Garden Free. Includes
Herr Granntln nnd Alma Ketlora. Th.
Elephant on Illnh Wire. Mojara Falls
In Fireworks Over lake.
Concerts by Bauer's Orchestra and the J10.0W
This magnificent garden can be secured for
picnics, gatherings, ete.
IIBXKT SCHERF. Manager.
D BEAUTIFUL F
1-n.Vleht !1S-Kst. Mat.. :0.
SPECIAL PRODUCnOX-One Week Only
n nt the I
scenic railway-old milt. wheel.
band concerts daily ex. sat.
restaurant in deljtar cottage.
Reserted SeaU at C A. R, R. Office.
Sunday Night. Julv 9v-BfiIIKMIAN GIRL
Monday. July lt-FRENCK FETE GALA PER
TAKE ANY CAR,
THE BIQ PLACE ON THE HILL.
COME AND LOOP THE LOOP.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, Rain orShina.
The Happy Tramp."
Lockliari's Trained Elephants
Phenomenal female Barytone.
And Last Week of
The Popular PONEY BALLET.
Admission to Gronnda Free.
Pavilion 10a and 25c.
Reserved Seats, SOe.
Retail Druggists' Assn. Benefit. Tuesdaj. Joly H.
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