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THE REPUBLIC-: SUNDAY. JANUARY 25. 190E.
All Patterns 10c
6, 8, 10 and 12 rears.
2. i, 6,ifciOJ2aU4pi
8832-I.ADIES, COAT WITH SKIRT.
32 31, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inch bast.
"hi: scrc job fill ix toik
"THE REPUBLIC'S ORDER
" f?nrt io rents (or.o idlver dime) to The Republic Pattern Department Republic
building for EACH ?w crn ordered, and lnclos, this blank properly filled out with
?-S"r narae. address, bust measure or ajre Tor each pattern ordered.
?Xo.ra. Girl's Dress, Price 10 cent. Agn years
No. &S23. Ladies' Blouse, Prico 10 cents. Bust measure Imhes
N0.SS32. Ladies Coat. Price 10 cents. Bust measure inches
Ko. $840. Girl's Apron. Price 10 cents. Age years
No. SS30. Ladies Waist. Price 10 cents. Bust measuro Inche
So, S81S. Boy's Overcoat. Price 10 cents. Age jcars
.si POST OFFICE
STREET AND NO..
WRECK KILLS ONE PERSON,
Bonthern Freight Train in Smaso
Up Near Mount Vernon.
Mount Vexon, I1L. Jan. . A. disastrous
wreck occurred on the Southern this morn
ing Just east ol the city limits. Freight
train No. Si westbound. coUided with Ave
or six cars that had been left on the side
track, but had been set In motion and were
running down grade, meeting the freight.
Samuel Embreo of Princeton. mL. seed
about 5. was crushed to death. A. C Tay
lor of the same place received might burns
and bruises. The engineer. Sheerer, escaped
with slight Injuries.
A TEXAS WONDER.
BALL'S GREAT DISCOVERT.
One bottle of The Texas Wonder. Hall's
Great Discovery, cures all kidney and blad
der troubles. removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions, weak and lame bacKS.
rheumatism and all Irregularities of the
kidneys and bladder In both men and women-
regulates bladder troubles in children.
If 'not soldby your druggist, will be sent
bv maU on receipt of Jl. One small bottlo
1? two months' treatment, nnd will cure
anv case above mentioned. Dr. E. . Hall,
sole manufacturer. P. O. Box 29. St. Louis.
Mo Send for testimonials. Sold by all
druggists. Office. "331 Olive street.
Roodbouse. III.. Aug. 23. 1301. I have used
Hall's Texas Wonder In my family, as well
u for myself, and heartily recommend It
to any one that Is troubled with kidney
8. M. HANNAFORD. J. P. and F. A. E..
DiY. . B. of I El
Each All Patterns.
eSSS-LADES VELVET BLOUSE.
32, 34, 35, 3S aaa 40 irci best.
BB30 LADIES' FANCY SHIRT WAIST.
g 34.36, .3SjLga,40inch.bc5t., -"
4, 6, 8,10 and 12 years.
correct rovr office aimiresjs
A NATIONAL BANK FOR PANA.
St. Louis' and Chirauo Capitalists
Fana, 111.. Jan. 21. I'ar.a is to have a na
tional bank. Persons from the "fourth Na
tional Bank of St. Louis and th Fort Denr
born Bank of Chicago have been .Sere for
the last week looking over the Ileid. They
havo procured a lease on the McCoy build
ing for a period of two years, now occupied
bv the link Dry Goods Company. The bank.
It is said, will earn' a JlfcMXrt capital, and
G. F. Balnbrldge of Morris City, 111., will
FUNST0N WILL BE THERE.
General Will Attend Kansas Day
Exercises at Topeka.
Emporia, Kas., Jan. St General Fred
erick Funston. stationed at Denver, ad
vises William White, president of the Kan
sbs Day Club, that he has applied for lcae
of absence and will be present at the Kan
sas Day banquet at Topeka, January 23.
General Leonard Wocd, who Is to be one of
tho speakers at the banquet, has written
Mr. White that his subject will be, "Tho
Reason for Reciprocity."
Chester I Long, who is about to be
elected to the United States Senate, has
also accepted an invitation to speak.
Damaging Fire at Cairo.
Cairo, 111.. Jan. 21 Fire broke out in the
large grocery store of Conant & Ilennie at
10 o'clock to-night and completely de;troel
the building and content". The stock was
a large one, as the store did a heavy re
tail business. The Hail'iiav Lumber Com
pany, who suffered bv Are two weeks ago.
had offices established In the second story
of the building, nnd they again suffered a
complete loss of their new office fixtures.
Mr. Sprng-ne Snysj
Style and service attract p ople to the new
Colonial Restaurant, Broadway and Locust
k Wifo-Open Letter to that Great Army of
Weak Men Vise Have Been Hoodwinked
and Defrauded by the Infamous
Rascals Who Disgrace tho
Mr Dear Biothkks: More than 230.000 perm
neat cures daring- tfco past four years prove that
mr "Wonder-Workers' are a God-tend to Teak
men everywhere. There is not a case cf Men's
Weakness or Nervous Troubles of aaj kind any
where on earth tno matter whether caused by over
work, abuse or worry; and no muter v.httbrr tho
man be old oryouas) that "Wen ler-VorkeivnII
fail to cure quicker and at loss expense than anr
other reuiedy mada anywhere in tha world, if
limply used (at home, at your work) one tablet at a
dose three times a day. Ther c:rsd mo in less
than one month'-? time, at the ace of forty roar
years, when I, like 3 on. lacked thctiiulity without
which a person is a man onl in name, and after I
bad ben nearly ruined by the frauds and fakir
who disgrace the medicine business. Dear in mind
that I am the only man in the v. otld in tlm business
who has solemnly som that the medicine besells
tared himself, and that the currs of all who buy
it will be held sacred forever. Cure.. Varicocele.
lamthetams Geo. S. Beck who is hated by
v-trr Free SkEple schemer, FreftPrescriruan fakir
and CO.D. fraud in Amnca.becaue of the manner
in which I have exposed their (t stamens schemes.
Their only object in making 'trce" offers is to
cet tha names of men who are vitally re ck. o that
tbey may harass them with their impudent letters
Dd lying, filthy circulars: and I ncrf again chal
lenge all of these poison distributers to thoroughly
tlft aod test 117 charges cf villiany and fraud in
anycourt the mayselect. lfyoiihveh-danydal-Ingt
with them you know that my charges are true.
I beg to assure yon en my boner as a man that
do matter whether you are married or cinls, old.
young or middle-aced; or no matter whether your
weakness or nervousness is caused by over-work,
t jo frequent indulgence In IsgUtmate pleasures, the
practice of secret vice or the eicesi- use of
strong drink or tobacco, the use of my "Wonder
Workers' will search every cene center of ycur
body, renew every tissue, develop eery organ,
strengthen every muscle, invigorate every function,
and brine to ou a perfect and pennacext restora
tion of nerve strength and manly iror. The rea
on whv "Wonder-Workers" do this is be-iuse tiiey
aro a Puro Ncrv Food and Tonic an a because
they do net contain any phosphorus, or Spanish r3r.
er any other of the poisons that make the vile nos
trums rnt out by the frauds and tiuack-iso daneer
ous to human life. Jt is perfectly safe to nee them
tt any time or under any en cumstancc?, tnd their
use will not fail to restore natural jtrecith and
vigor without stimulation in old or vouv.
Because of the wonderful merit of :nv "Wrndr
Workes medicine, I ha-e built en the 1 tr- :
mail-order medicine bushiest in the". crid in less
thin forr years, and hae been r jmplld to re
move from my eld quarters at 4M S Msrl:t St
this city, to 41 and 13 K.st Man Street, the
largest be sin 59 building in Si'.iazacld, in
order to properly conduct my ennrmc s bn;ine4.
If yon order Wonder-Workers,' r-.eitioi tin
rsper, the publisher cf which is hereby author
ized to publish mo as a fraud and scoundrel if '
fail to do exactlyas i asree with any c fits read-
Tho price cf 'WcEdcT-WoiIr-cs' is cnlr
Dollar per box. always rasa witn order; bverres
at your expense, it vill cost 5 cents trj lift lUti
from express ot5co. If you fend Sl.lotopay piik
Ing and postage, I send them by mail prepaid.
thus saving you tea certs, if yon hate 2v doubt
about mo, write to any Commercial Ajcney. tho
First National Bark of this city, (tha Lank cfvhich
lion. AaS. Busbnell, Ex-Go- of Chi j, is Presi
CteaU cr to any of Tic-, airicnds '.- Sproe-eld.
CEO. S. BEQK,
A and 40 Main St. SPRiMCFtCLO. Cc3
NEGRO MOB SEEKS A NEGRO.
Rumors of LiiiUiatr 'aii-i Exi-ite-inent
aL Owcn.sboi-o, Ky.
RITITUC fpcn I
Owensboro K., Jar.. 21 A tr!erl-,''',e
message from Livrrmore saT3 the town i
In a wild "-tate of excitement to-niv;ht. A
mob of IV) nerces lne K.t.hcr. i a'ld s.iy
they are il'ttrmin d t har John Jor.e,
Jones went to the liou.-e of Luther Tal
bot t and assaulted his wlte. Ada T..lbott.
this inornlne. He beat l.er aim jst into ln-s-enibl'lty.
and then left Llv -rm' re N'--roes
from tie eointry coil, ct i &rd a--pistcd
the oiticir.. in icourii:g t!.e count y
A mc'ssie sas thtt Mirshal U'-own of
LIermore .lrre-teil Jon. -. .-.t Mruud-, fie
miles below Li tn-or. tu-tilcht. Tin n
Kro will be m .bb. d if uroucht t- Uv. rrnor .
The leailern of the ui't s.i they w II iir-..k
In the jai. if tbe i r.on r is inufi :a 'le
jail at Calh rjn, the c un" tent, ten ir.ues
STUDENTS JOIN "SIGMA MU."
Fraternal Hocieiy Introduced at
tin- School of Aliiu-.
Imila. Mo . J-i'i ;j i;,.mma XI Chapter
of the i 'Tia Nu f'itrit: in., nutatbd
at the Si h oI cl Mines .-.l3. Joi.n P. tv
of Kanas. division inspector: C WJnnen
of Davenport. Ii . vire legent and inspi'c
tor general. Abncr lllrneym. deleitale from
Rho Chapter. L"niersit of Mis-ourl. and
Dinlel Sieck. delB.ite from Ileta Mil
haptfr of Pmversitv of bwa were pr.sv
ert anil prtrforinfd the ceremonies. Twe
students were inltlateil In arc rdance wlta
t'ie trrm cf the charter iranteil by he
ilrand Chapter while in pes-'-ior re"ent'. at
7ndiar.apoll. ir This Is the Introduction
of f'aternuies at the School of limes.
THIS IS BAD FOR SPRINGFIELD.
Tax I.my for Carnegie Library Is
Declared to !l- Illegal.
Sprlnsfield. Mo.. Jan. 24. Jude Neville,
In the Circuit Court here to-day. held that
the tax voted by the city to maintain the
t'arnecle Library Is illegal because tho levy
exceeds the debt-makinc power of th city.
Mr. Carnfcle had already riven the citv
J.'.0r" of the l.-fl.-yo asreed uron fir a build
ing and the sum has Leen spent.
Laborer nun Donn by Train.
Rolla. Mo. Jan. ""i Warren lyavltt. a
man "li'i't w yesrs of nee, was run over
b a w sti.omid P'iseo freight on the wtst
irn limns t Rolla this mimlns and In
lantlj killed. He had bem in the emplcy
of the Fiiro. He leaves a wife and three
Bond Sales at Xctt York.
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1 Total sales of bonds to-diy Mere ILllLW.
J. L Green Explains Reason of
r.nan Recently Negotiated by
CONSTRUCTION WORK NEEDED.
I'laii' to Relieve Yard Conesti.m
at l'ilt!-ljurr by Additinnai
Vanl l''aeilitie and
Philadelphia, Jan. 21. First Vice PreI
dnt Jolin P. Green of the I'ennyl.inla
Ki'l'njil i-iucd a statement late to-day in
w ei : h .-.iv.-t that the $5.O0.n negotiated
i . .N.'w York jeterd.iy is for Immedlitu
use in ..irrjlnir on the rontrtiLtlon work
n . 1-Tl.r way and planned on the I'enn
i aiia hne The loan Is temporary.
p ne ff the authorization of the increase in
c.i! it.il tu be aiked of the stockholders at
the annm 1 meeting in Marcn.
The pruiosed construction work Is neee.
aij. the statement -a-. In oraer to relieve
tlie trade eonK-tion both UaM ami West of
The p .ns inelud" additional jard facilities
and soound. thinl and fourth tracks where
they are needed to Irins about a free raoo
nint of tnitlie. Thlnl and fourth tracks
w.ll hi i onMructed bttwten j-everal points
in the middle and TlttstiurR divisions.
e ..f 1 ittfliurs tiKre is a lari;e amount
of doul.e traekinB to li done en the Fort
aie. iieeidtiu and Pittsburg and l'an
tn vr ii v r.
Unci. Inlmid alil to llnie Hid fur In
terest In nntn le.
i:i pi i iji's-rniTAi.
''h'eago, J in 21 It was reported here to
dt that the Pock Island Interests have
in ide a bid for a half ownership of the Sin
ta Pe sjattm. and that the effer Is likely to
1- aovptrd. A tneetuis. It is said, hij leen
artanff' d for Monday In New York at whK'h
it is hop'd the deal will be consummated.
If not. r.r.d the bid ii rejected, the Hock.
1-ljr.d will at once proceid to sjcure a route
n iis own to the Parifl- Coast.
T! .' ItO( k Island means to have sueh an
ouilet. and has decide 1 that its future wel
fir demands that It place itself In posses.
tin of one with the least possible delay.
It Is not the intention if the Rock Island's
l id be accepted, that this should bo any
trerger of the two systems Interested, but
f-r ail traffic purposes tha closest relations
will exist between them.
The reason Given for the nock Island's
aei.on .n the matter is said to be Its dis--a:
'."art. en with the treatment tho South
ern la if.c road has given it ur.dr the nr-ra-qtm-nt
now existing between these two
Should tha contemplated arrangement be
tween the nock Island and Santa Fe go
through it will necessitate the building of
an extension from Santa Rosa to Albuquer
que to connjet tho two systems.
Rock Island traffic destined for Califor
nia polntn will then be turned over to tha
.-ar.ta Fe at Santa Rosa, and Santa Fe
t line turned over to the Rock Island at
Ulluiils ami One Ml.ionrl Hond
to lie llullt.
Srrlnf.ed. 111., Jan. "I Articles of in'or
poratlon were tiled to-dny wliu ritcrotary of
itte Rot by the Hi-tern Illinois and St.
lmtJ Railroad Company, with its principal
offices li.ctted in Chlcaso. The capita!
stock ef the corporation is fl'?.0 and 'h-j
object Is to construct a line from a point on
the Si.tie line between Illinois and Jnd'ana
in Iroquois County, through the counties of
lroquoiH. VermlUon. Champilgn, Douglas.
Voitine, Shelby, Chriftian, .Monteomery,
Hond, Md-ounin, lI.idl.son and St. Cialr. in
liisi at. Louis. The incorporators and first
biard of directors are Edward H. Senff,
Jonathan '. Reeves, John .1. luck. Frrd W.
Krchn nnd Harri.wa F. Jonek, all of Chl
eiRO. Articles of In-orporntion a'"o were filed to
diy by tin- Has Pid Terminal Company,
with its prii i!.il ofnets located at liist
M. Lou, i ejpitil stock Is SI.r") anil
Hie objeet is o onsiruct a lire from I"att
!st. Loats to its suourbs.
The Incorporators and fl'st Hoard of 1)1
ri etors Include: .Inmes .1 Rafter. Fred
V. Kraft. M. 1! Fall in. Thotnc. Hanlfati
and Charles R. Carroll, all of List St.
A t ilrd line licensed lo-dav to incorporate
Is the e hlr.iRo. liiujarapolls and St. Louis
RtUwav ;ompun. with Its principal office
1 'iel at Mattofn. The eipital stock i
5",i it The obje- t Is to construct a line
irorn a point on th line o the Cairo, in
cfriims and Ch.caso Railway, near Hid--boro
m llontgomery County. siuthwcM
eny throu?h tne counties nf Montgomery,
llicoi.pl'i and Madisan to a point on lh-
line of the ame railway ncir Mitchell. In
Madi.nn County, IIHnnic The inc irporators
and drt Beard of Directors are Meiv Ua
I". Innlls and C. K. fchall. Cincinnati; J.
1. Layriz. New York City: Hadley Baldwin.
(J M French. I, S. Hose and V. M. I)aun
of Mattoon. 111.
11IM. Till: liITlltl"ri OFFICl !..
Former Superintendent Dnnlop finest
of Terminal Heads of Depnrtnieuts.
1h- heads of the depe.rtments of the Ter
minal Railroad Association giue a banquet
last night at I'nion Station in honor of
the former superintendent, K. Dunlnp, who.
after twenty-secn years' serxice, resigned
a few weeks ago.
About forty-fcur of Mr. Dunlop's formor
buslr.efs associates attended. The tnblei
were decorated v.ith carnations and ferns.
Speeches wre made by the officials, all of
whom expressed rczret that Mr. Dunlop
should no lonser be numbered In their
ranks, and to round off the affair in the
happiest manner a handsome album, con
taining pictures of the officials of the Ter
minal, and an easy chair were presented to
the guest of the eenlns.
Mr. Dunlop. in response, th-nked his
friends for tho frequent evidences of friend
ship which they hud manifested for him.
rot only since he was their coworker, but
-slr.ee he had Ieit the Terminal service
Amonc those present, were: V. X. Reeder
er. J Vendllng. J. J. Fox. I), nreck,
Iioctor McCandless. F. E. Bolte, F. Swine
ford. J. A Mithewson. 1". C Uirle. J. D.
Stleklev. c. F Smith. F. H. Haskell. J. J.
Raulch. H. W. Frauenthal, C H Carson.
M W. Wucrpel. Jr.: T. D. Stlckney, n. &
Oilpin. E. A Chenery. G TV. Sneli. G. H.
Fel"s. 1. O'Toofe. F II. Manger, J. Collins,
L .I. Olllces, O. P. Pnllllps. J. J. O'Rrien,
H. E. Harrison. F. E. Rentley, J. J.
Howard. C. Hurllnsame, H. Llhou, C. M.
Warner. T. X Gilmore. E. A. Kolbe. G. H.
Steinberg,-. J. S. Charles. W. M. Steele. U.
o.m.y QOiyriov of nouns.
I'lissielnnn lleinlr of Savlnc 3Ir.
Ilnrker, WIn Is Crnilanlly Slnklnic.
San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 21. The condition
of James Barker, general passenger and
ticket acent of the M . K. & T., continued
unchanged to-dav. and. in the opinion ot
his -ihjstclan. it Is only the ouesiJon of a
few- hours until death ensues. George Mor
ton, his chief clerk, at St. Louis, arrived in
the city to-day.
CIIA.-U-E IX OPEHATIXG DIVISIONS.
St. I. on is nnil J?nn Francisco Circular
Issued Kffeclc To-Dny.
Effective to-diy the Frisco announces that
the operating divisions will be as follows:
Eastern Dlvlsion-St. Louis, Mo to Mo
nett. Mo.; Salem. Chadwick and Aurora
lj 13 n c ri p
Central" Division Monett, Mo., to the Red
River! ua Fort Sm"h; Bentonvllle. St. Paul
nnd Mansfield bran hes; St. Louis, San Fran
cisco and New Orleans Railroad (Ash Jon n,
AWes.ernCnDivfso-Peirce Oty. Mo., to
Ellswo"h. Kan.: Joplta and Galena
branches (Oronoeo. Mr... to Baxter. Kas.
via Jonllni- Carterville branch (Empire
Junction lia" to Carterville, Mo.); Tucka
hoe bran'chlj & G. Junction. Mo., to Carl
Southwestern ""." i. T. to th' Red ,
Law-ton. Ok; Sapuipa, x.. to u. iteo.
Xnfihel?; niv"sion-Kansas Oiy. Mo. to
sirSui. So. vU Tort Scott. Kas.; Jim-
Age is 114
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MR. ISAC BROCK, B0R.V IN BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N. C, MARCH I, 1755.
a?e is IH yearn, vouched for by authentic ncoril. He says: "1 attribute
my extreme old age to the use of l'c-ru-na. ' '
Horn before the United States was '.
Sa- twenty-tno Presidents elect
Pe-ru-na has protected him from
all sudden changes.
Veteran of four wars.
Shod a horse when 99 curs old.
Always conquered the grip with
Witness In a land suit at the aze
of 110 ears.
Heliex es Pe-ru-na the greatest rem
edy of the age for catarrhal diseases.
Ask your druggist for
sas C.ty. Mo. to Sprlngfiell, Mo, via Clin
ton, Mo . Edward. Kas., to Alton, 1 T : Ar
cada, Kis. to Cherryvale. Kas, Glnpl
branch (O rani. Kas . to Carl Junct! -n Mo :
Ccal Branch (P. ii C Junction. Kas., to
Weir Citv Junction. Ka-i: Kirn 1 1 HI
branch. Mnckle Ciu-Off illaihie. Kas, to
Southern Division Springfield. Mo . to
Memphis, Tenn., Current Rncrand Luxora
ACCEPT COMI'A.VY'I srilEII! I.E.
Grievance (Toitimlttee of Alton Fire
men tjetlle HlfTereiiccs.
Bloomlngton, 111., Jan. II. The Grievnnce
Committee of tho Chlcapo and Alton fire
men arrived hnc to-night from Chicago.
They acceptrd the revised wage schedule
offered by the company. It dees not change
the rate of pay fir freight engines, bjt
gives slight advance on passenger firemen
on switch engines In St. Iuls and Kansas
City arc allowed an increase, other sta
tions are unchanged
Objectionable rules providing for wlpins
of engines were moditied. the company to
clean all the engines of larger tpe. Fire
men of foreign roads desiring employment
will bo granted transportation when
vouched for bv any employe of tne com
pany. Other slight clmnges were made.
The principal object of the conference aside
from securing more wages was to secure
a signed schedule. This was accomplished.
I.onls-Sont liiTestern Compnny
Texn to Mnl.e Imprn- emeiits.
Tler Tex . Jan 2! The ?t Louis Siu h
western lUilwaj l mpany of T as met
here to-day in special ses'.cn and pav-ed
a resolution grnnti ig the compa-i tho
lowr to borrow J-'iCiM'-id with w'-ie'i to com
plete the road into Dallas, and for depot
I ettermetits in tint c'f.. The p it . j. nt
neerul hourK in the city, and lft thu aii
err.oon for Waco in Superintendent Green' i
special car. The following officers were
present: Freight Traffic Manager II. E.
Farrt-11 of St. Loul. Flret Vice Pres'dent
W E Green of Tyler. General Trtight and
Passenger Agent J. V. L"hsne Several
other Llreciora were in attendance.
I. A St. I Hond Surtey.
Jacksonville. 111., Jin. 21 Several surveys
have Just been completed for the proposed
extension of the J. A St. L road from this
city to Concord a distance of nine miles.
The J & St L was purchased by the Bur
lington a few months since us a coal road
and the purpose of the extension is to con
nect with the imln line The coal now b
Ing sent out for the Burlington over the J.
Sr St. L. go" over the Wabash eight miles
nnd the tolls are considered too heavy for
First I'nssenscr Train's Trip.
Sikeston. Mo.. Jan. 21. The first regular
passenger train on the St. Louis, Memnhli
and Southwestern Railway was run from
here to Cape GIrnrdeau and return to-da
Thirty of the leading business men and
citizens of Cape Girardeau came to Sikeston
jesterdav and remained oxer night In order
to be the first passengers on the new- load
It was officially announced to-day that teg
ular pissciiEer service between Sikeston ar.d
Caruthersvllle will be Inaugurated Febru
Ilallviny Notes and Changes.
The Southwestern Passenger Bureau
announces a rate of one and one-third fare
to the biennial convention. Head Camp C.
Wojdmen of the World, at San Antonio,
Tex. March iu-u. to appiy trom points in
New Mexico ar.d Arizona.
W. L ltaney has been appointed freight
nnd ticket agent of the Vandalla at Kemp,
HI., xtce Otis Watklns, resigned.
SI. Schulter Is appointed Industrial com
missioner of tho Frisco, with office In St.
It is stated that G. H. Slyer, superin
tendent of the Sapulpa division of the Tris
co, will be uppolnted superintendent of the
Fort Smith and Arkansas division. He Is
succeeded by Sid Rainey.
Tho .survey of the Mexican Central In
Texas has been practically completed. It
is said that the route of the extension will
be across the eastern border of Laredo, so
a? to be in touch with the International
and Great Northern.
Experiments' are being made by a tele
phone company in Massachusetts of using
the rails of a railroad track Instead of a
wire as a means of telephonic communica
tion. It is said thata the experiments wero
The Kansas City, Mexico and Orient has
Uiat.7U 4)ts. su.3.,arf ,s. wsus.1. w. --e--. ---
and coal enrs with the American Foundry
and Car Compary.
Effective Feb.uary L W. J. Jackson will
assume the duties of general agent of tho
Chicago and Eastern Illinois.
George C. Conn has been appointed gen
eral agent of the Peru Marquette, with
headquarters at Milwaukee.
Teamsters I'nlona Mny Consolidate.
Amalgamation of Interests will le dls
kikcciI nt ,i ioint meeting of the Team Driv-
placed an extensive oruer lor box, ptocc
! ers' International Union and the Teamsters
National Union at Columbia Hall. Seven-
teenth and Wah streets, at 2:20 o'clock thU
offlce from both bodies will
be present and an interesting meeting U
Escaped the Terrors of fVIany
inters by Using Pe -
','.'s' .;: - - "r -3is.5
I Is.i3 r-o k a eliizm nf Mi finnan Coun-
tv. rex i i u I ed f. r I'l ears. For many
i it-, h. rcs,!,i at Losqui- i'alls. tlghte-n
, mile w st of '. but now 1 ves with his
I son-in-law at Valley Mill. Tei
j A short time ao. bv request. I'ncle Isaac
came to Waco and sat for his picture. In
' h's hand he held a stick cut frome crave
I of Gt :.. ral Andrew Jackson, whit 'has btcn
I carried by him ever s.nce. Mr. Brock is a
i dtsnifti .1 old gentleman, showing few i-1
of deerepltu1 His fani !) Hible is still I re
served, and it shows that the date of nis
birth as written 111 jears ago
Sire.i i f w words from this remarlrabie
old pentl ma-, who I is had 111 jears of
ertierienee t" drw fr-m, would be Inter
esilns as w 11 as p--nf,iab!. A lengthy bl-
a free Peruna A Imanac. Every druggist has them.
GIRL IS FATALLY
I Jiii's, Her Hair.
Evansv.lie. Ird . Jan. 21 Mi's Katie Lahr,
j danshw-r of Jacob I-ahr a grocer at the
corner or Ligr.rn ana i-oweu snecir, who
fatally burned lo-daj.
She had b-eri ua-h.ng her hair ar.d at the
time of the accident was dry.r.g it l.'foro
tho stove in the kitchen. Thero was no
one with her at the time In the room. WWIa
the was teatel In front of the ttovo holdms
her hair a v.-'nd gint c.tuvd the flumes to
hoot forth frcm the tovc and her dress
wan 3oon a li'azir.g mass.
The young woman at once selred a bucket
ot water with w iileh she drench-d herelf.
Failing to extinguish the flame, she picked
up a tablecloth and wrapped It about her
Miss Lahr'.s screams brought her mother,
who wa.s in the back yard. Th- mother
threw a blanket about tho girl and a phy
sician was hurriedly summoned. She was
urc-msclcus when he arriv.-I and has been
In that state since It is renreJ sho lnhaleu
the Humes Miss Lahr Is l years old and
prominent in social circles.
Gt-rmnn Oriilmti's Hospital Benefit.
A cor-eeri fr tii fcenrfit of the German
Piofs.ar.t r.p"i -s H sP;.a fUn,j has
b-en mrangel for tne ev -a"g cf February
i:. at the odeo.. Among thoro who will
are caused by an unhealthy condition of the kidneys neglected,
and can be absolutely
by tckin?; the only recognized rure for all forms of kidney disease.
r;g a to a &-
Ti- r r i Burchmnre. No. 87S Huntington Avenue. Boston. Mass.. says: "In ra
work or jin logv I find there Is nothing as beneficial as Warner's Safe Cure. It purl
ti -ne fc i i iriv s eut the poNon from the Eystem. It given support to women
in : "- vis -as s with which they aro afflicted. I am a loyal lndorser of
Safe iun . ti a -se I know It is a great medicine."
IF ifj D0U3T MAKE THIS SIMPLE TEST:
Put snu' nonlng urine in a glass or bottle, let It stand 24 hours; If tien It Is cIoudyr
or h.- i ! k 1 -r sediment, or particles float la It. your kidneys aro diseased, and 11 ,
not atter vj to at orce. your life will bo cut off with Bright's disease, diabetes, uxlo.
ru - na.
ograph!-aI sketch i gien of this remari-y.
able oM man in the Waco Times-Hera'S. i
December 4. 1!3 A st'll more pretention-!
b.ography of thix the oldest living man. II- I
lustrated with a double-column portrait
was git en the read'rs of the Dallii Morn
ing Xews. dated December 11, IS?', and al-D
the Chicago Times-Herald of same date.
This tentmarian is an ardent friend of I'c
ruiia, having ufc. d P muny years.
In speaking of his good health and cc
trtme M age, llr IJruck sajs:
"After a man has lived In the world as
lorn? as I ha-, e he ought to have found out
a grtat mary things by experience. I think
1 have d-i-ie so.
"One of the things I have found
c-ji to my entire satisfaction is the
proper tiling for ailments that are
due directly to the effects of the
cliamte. For U4 years I have
withstood the changeable climate
of the United States.
"I have .iiw- ys b- -n a ry healthy man.
lur, of j.ir si'-ie t to the little affec
tions wh 'i a'e dj- lo sudden changes Ja
the i llrn.itt- and t mprjture. During mv
I.ng life I ha k-own a great many reme
dies for couj s cj.di and diarrhoea.
"As for Dr. tiarlmsn's remedy,
Perur.a, I have found it to be the
best, if not the onlv, reliable rem
edy for these affections. It has
been my standby for many years,
and I attribute my Rood hctlth and
extreme old age to this remedy.
"It exactly meets all my requirement'.
It protects me from the evil effects of sud
den changes: it keeps tne in good appetite;
it giies me strength, it keeps my blood In
good circulation. I hae tome to rely upon
it alrrost entirely for the many little thin:?
for whii h I nee 1 medicine
- hen epidemics of la grippe first began.
to make their appearance in this country 1
was a sufferer rrom this disease.
had several long sieges with
the grip. At first I did mot know
that Psrunx was a remedy for this
disease. When I heard that la
grippe was epidemic catarrh I tried
Peruna for la grippe and found It
to be Just the thin."
Tor a free book on catarrh, address Th
Ttruna Medicine Co.. Columbu3. O.
If you do not derhv.0 prompt and satisfac
tory results from the use of Peruna. writa
at once to Dr. Hartman. glUng a full state
ment of vour case, and he will be pleasea
to give vou his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President the Hart
man Sanitarium. Columbus. O.
participate are Mrs. A. D. Camnlncharn, P.
G Anton, Professor Edwin L. McDowell,
George n. Carrie, John A. Rohan and Pro
fessor Charles Galloway.
Slldtrlves Are Awarded Diploma.
Ten midwives were awarded diplomas at
the graduating exercises of the St. Louis
CoIIcgo of Midwifery. Xo. 3614 Xorth Elev
enth street, last night, Tho graduates aro
Annie Hageman, Emily Belmer. Annie Cow
gill, Annie Viola Berrian. Mario Kinf-, Lot
tin Pressnell. Mary Tockebery, Kathorin.
Oberfelt, Emily Targel and Emma Llnsen
raann. ISAAC WEIL.
r.T-rrriL'c special. "",
ST Joser-h. Mo . Jan. it. I-aac "Well. 72 ya1
old plcaeer cl ithler and merchant of St. Joseph. '
al?a In th Ctlcaj-o Hospital cf Mercy at 9
e.'cleck th!3 raornlnx. He leaves tares. clauirMir ".
Had four sons Mr. Joseph Lorte. Kansas Cltv-rrr
Mrs. X". LccncU. Carthage: Mrs. A. J. August.
hU Jo"CTh. Edvrla Weil. Konsna City: IrvtaKi
Oscar and Ecn P. Well of P-ls city.
r.npUBiJC special t
Columbia. Mo.. Jan. 21 Paul Raybocm, s. -"
etuIr:t in the academic department of the Unl
verslty of Mlsaojrt. whose homo Is Arnletos City,
Rat.s Countv dll her to-day In Parker Hos
pital. He had ben sick for bat a few darn. He, ,
wu a J-ar.ler academic Th funeral services WU1
t-- rrnduc-ej at 1.20 to-morrow afternoon. Tha
members ef the Boarding Club, to which he be-s
Irced -will conda-t ths jrvleee. after which th '"
body wilt be ahtpped to his home. -cs-
a ww Miirnrr"
dAi - it uukc
ac-iii poison or otner compucauona.
ir, after you have made this teit, you hav
any doubt in your mind as to the develop
ment of the disease In your system, send a
sample of your urine to the Medical Deport
ment, Warner's Safe Cure Co.. Rochester. X.
Y and our doctors will analyze It and
send you a report with advice free of charga
to you. together with a valuable book de
icribing all diseases of the kidneys, liver,
bladder and blood, and treatment for acti
All letters from women rend and answerexVij
bv a woman doctor. All correspondence laj
strictest confidence. .
Dr. Leo Vogel of Rogers Park. HI., saysf5'
"I have prescribed Warner's Safe Cure for
diseases of the kidneys, liver and bladder,
and am well pleased with the results. I Unci
It drive.3 out the dlrease germs: It Indscesi
sleep and sharpens the appetite. In my esti
mation it 13 the only absolute cure for
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, such as
Bright's disease, diabetes, rheumatism. Gall
stones and uric acid poison."
How many a poor fellow suffers untolct
agonv with pains In tha back, gout and
swelling In his limbs, and does not get at
the seat of the trouble, the kidneys! HenI
the kidneys so they will perform their work:
properly and you will have no gout, rheu
matlsm. diabetes. 3right's disease, irall
stones. inflammation of the bladder, eczema,
scrofula, or liver complaint, all of which
are caused by diseased kidneys Do noti'
neglect your kidneys If you have any of
these complications, but take. Warner's Safe
Cure. It will cure you. h
Warner's Safe Cure Is purely vesetablfL"
nnd contains no narcotic er harmful drugs. '
It U free from sediment and Is pleasant to
take: It does not constipate. It kills tha
disease germs. Warner's Safe Cure has been
prescribed and used by leading doctors for,
over 2J j ears, and Is used in many pxoml-
ncnt hospitals exclusively.
Warner's Safe Cure is what you need. .
Tou can buy it at any drug store or direct,!
two regular sizes. SO cents and tl a bottle. '
Rofuso Substitutes and Imitations
There Is none "Just as good" as Wamers.T
Insist on the genuine, which always cures.'
Substitutes contain harmful drugs which Iu-t
jure the system.
Beware of so-called kidney cares which atij
foil ol sediment and of bad odor they arjf
positively harmful aod da not cure. ost
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS more the bswd
gently and aid a speedy curs.