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THE REPUBLIC: SATTJEDXY. OCTOBER 24. 1903.
TWO GAMES SCHEDULED FOR
THE LOCAL GRIDIRON TO-DAY.
Christian Uiotheis Oppose Illinois Collejjo and Hifjh School Heels
Manual at Leaue Park Washington l'lays at Galesliurg and
Smith AcsMlemy Visits Alton St. I.ouis rnivcrsity Has No
EO O .
LINE-UPS IN TO-DAY'S
C. II. C-JlCKsOWll.I.n :VM1
.... Right guard
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................. ..Right half
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... run back
O Obcar Marrfccttl....
Left end ....
Left guard. ...
Center . . ..
, Rlsht tackle
Two caines are arded for the local Grid
iron this afternoon. Illsh School and
Manual beins schednled to meet at 1.-acu
Park whilo the Illinois College of Jack
Mmvlllo clays the Christian nrothers at C
B. C. campus Both matches seem of
Hlch and Manual will furnish the first
Ksme of the Interscholastlc scrlo!. the
contest belnc the first real try-out that
Manual has had. Bob IeCron has been
roachltur the team this season, and he be
lieve that they will make a cood show
Inc Their solitary came of thto season was
the match with the Bist Side alumni at
East St. Louis. tl.e contest windlns up in
a dispute oer a ruling after Manual had
played all around the opro"lnK team. On
their ehowlns of that occasion they hae
a Rood chance to-da).
High School. howcer. flKures as the
probable winner, although Its margin of
advantage is more in team work than in
Individual pliv.rs. Its boja hae shown
good form throughout the season, and
ha t ! be i-r(-d against. As is usual
at the hil th an" in good trim, h.i
irg work-1 n-t tntl &ince the niien ng
Managr diua has secured League rtK
for thf came and the kick-off will take ,
place ab 'Ut 5 clock
In the B C game tho Illinois College )
NOT A SHSM M&S&SE,
It is natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when rheumatic
pains are shooting- through the joints and muscles and they are
inflamed and sore, the sufferer is apt to turn tolinicaentsand plasters
for relief; and while such treatment may quiet the pain temporarily,
no amount of rubbing or blistering can cure Rheumatism, because it
is not a skin disease, but is in the blood and all through the system,
and every time you arc exposed to the same conditions that caused
the first attack- you are going to have another, and Rheumatism
-will last just as long as the poison is in the blood, no matter what
you apply externally. Too much acid in the blood is one cause of
Rheumatism; stomach troubles, bad digestion, weak kidneys and
torpid liver are other causes
which bring on this painful dis
ease, because the blood becomes
tainted with the poisonous mat
ter which these organs fail to
carry out of the system. Cer
tain secret diseases will produce
Rheumatism, and of all forms
this is the most stubborn and
severe, for it seems to affect
every bone and muscle in the
body. The blood is the medium
by which the poisons and acids
are carried through the system, and it doesn't matter what kind of
Rheumatism you have, it must be treated through the blood, or you
can never get permanently rid of it. As a cure for rheumatic trou
bles S. S. S. has never been equalled. It doesn't inflame the stomach
and ruin the digestion like Potash, Alkalies and other strong drugs,
joints and the sore and tender muscles are immediately relieved.
Our special book on Rheumatism will be mailed free to those
desiring it. Our physicians will cheerfully answer all letters asking
for special information or advice, for which no charge is made.
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LOCAL FOOTBALL GAMES. ;
Duckies Con den
.V. Harmon Munson
R. E. Harmon
Unci up as a pretty Kout opponent. Cap
tain Brockhouso Is leadlne the men fr m
Jacksonville, and the UtlnR squail will
have a dtt'nct margin in weight" over
Doctor Toilil s team
The C!irilan Brothers squad has been
hard at work, and lis practice with the
High School team has done it good. Dor
tor Todc" expects t win this afternoon's
match in spite of the weight he will ha
giving grrat to h's opponents.
Jimni) Rlordan, captain of the eleven,
has recurred from his Injury, and will
! liark tn the came to-lay He will plsy
at full Iick. Tl.e gamo is set for the
college c impus at 3 IS.
SMITH AT ALTON.
Smith Academy kocs to Alton to-day to
play Shurtleff. t?mith has the better
chance in this match and will probab.y
win the game. The local eleven has been
doing good work at Ppnrsman s I'ark and
their heavy line should give them tho
advantage when Joined to their team
In spite of the fact that Smith Is a
scholatit team, the Snurtlrff .-l-ven will
probablj liaie no margin in weght. Siz
ing up the respective work uf the two
teams. Smith must be given the better
Vahington I'nlversity plays Ijmlard
Colli ge at 5ale-liurK Washington's
dunces have Um piking up in spitt of
the fait that no t Idul n htve lie n m ide
tn the svud F-h"itl s huk in his" o J
place and will ariar t -i'av
As a renult f W i lineilV ' ath St
Ixuls I'nlversl v has t gatr e f r ida.
but will J -iy te Worn ourg turn next
DTTABLE TO SLEEP AT KTGHT.
Sidnay, Ohio, August 26, 1903.
A few months ago I was feeling weak
and run down and unable to get sleep at
night. I fnlt extremely had. and also had
rheumatlo pains in my joints and mus
cles. The medicine I used cava me only
temporary relief at best; soaeeincU.S S.
fcisnlv rscommonded for such trou
bles, I began its use, and aftor taking it
for some time was welt pleased with the
result. It did away with tho rheumatic
pains, gave me refreshing1 slsep and
built up ray general system, (riving- me
strength and energv. It is a good medi
cine, without a doubt, and I tako pleas
uro fa endorsing it.
R. T. D. :fa j. S. 3. BOUGHTON.
but tones up the general health, gently
stimulates the sluggish organs, and at
the same time antidotes and filters out
of the blood all poisonous acids and
effete matter of every kind ; and when
S. S. S. has restored the blood to its
natural condition, the painful, feverish
Wednesday. Manager Murphy postponed
the game to that date upon the faculty de
ciding thtt ii must be held over.
This leaves but the two games locally.
Western and Blees were to have met In
the second game of the Inter-scbolastio
at Alton to-da). but the withdrawal of
the former institution from the league
has nece.latcd tilt match being called
EASTERN COLLEGE GAMES
Eastern colleges arc getting down to
the harder games of their schedule lale
Is to Way West Point at West Point and
tho military team should be able to make
the collegians extend themselves. Ilar
ard is carded to oppose Drown at Cam
bridge. anl this also promises to I a
rather rough struggle for the crimson
Trincetcn Is to oppose Dartmouth and
Pennsylvania Is to line up against Colum
bia at New York. Eastern writers hao
been asserting that Penn Is too strong
for Columbia this year, and that the
New York college, is itoomed to defeat
to-day As Penn Is thought to bo about
as strong an eleven as there Is in the
East, th's seems likely.
Wisconsin Is to meet ICnox to-day and
Mkhigan plajs Drake. Northwestern vis
Its Cincinnati ami opposecs the University
of Cincinnati Chicago and Illinois tie up
lr what Is probahlr the contest of most
Interest In the series, as the work of the
trams in this game will Indicate the trend
of football affairs at Chicago.
Hooters , Ilamtilers .
Fcores on tl Mrtxler alleys wetc
Names C M. t I 3 i Tl At
nipprUIR ... II l 31 5 K 1M 37 J-5
lioaih . . .1 II t: II 41 xt: tizi
MnrM ... 4 l tz M it O 41 3B 41
S-tirxlnt'r . I II C S II H X ll
UiMhllM ...3 3S K K 31 38 J-S
. s irs sc it i ij :u :i: :
Gi . .
H CI 1. 1
C SL 1
3 3 I I Tl At
. I a 11 i;
M SI a ! :-J
37 C S Ml tj 1-i
31 3J . 137 3-i
.. Tl 33
... I K II
4. m 4 34 W I ,
J (I ! S H 31 ID :S
Totals .. . 3 7SI 1S 113 KB 1S W hti St I
nllonnlm S, Westerns ).
Scores at the U.stem Kuwipg Club weic.
.Xaaw M I 3 3 I i. TL v
XritfKT . ... ; I. i; li 31 M 31 44 1 i
Kan s 4 J M II i: U i 1-1
KCUMX .. i 14 b II It ; 1 II 1-J
lW ... i li k II H II 31 l-a
llitt intent .. S 31 IT I, 3. u SI 3 It 3-3
Totals .... 33 IH Hi 1 HH 311331 11.7 li 3 5
HDitci- Hn,;iitr I. Karl b. SjUkix S, Lruc
. IvUI. SS.
Name M. 1 3 3 I t Tl AT.
J to.aott . .11 X 41 13 II 37 ZM It
fwa 9 II a u Jl c M
t"Bd O X X li M
lhlua . . . I II 3 M X II HI II M
cTulerKks . . a u II K K :M c IS
Tetnl-J .... 333 1U 19 3M 111 3H 2ZS 1JS 11 U-2S
lUoutcJii-. ecbott J. i.,n 7. liaiiua i.
FitOrtKKS l Total. 31.
ItOUIM; CM II LEACLE.
Clilcknsnvts 3, iin(lniiis 2.
Scot at the M I.juU Rowing Club were:
Name. f M. i - 3 1 s TL AV.
Illln"! j m 34 M i li, 3a
;i'l S ) h 4 s, M IK
i- ! .. . m i, 3 s lh :i
KujI.t t (I If S il il K M
7tal W I3K 314 IS ) l't 3t; Hi 39 7-3J
lUrdirars-Klr.drs i. y. MeJtr i. KocKr K.
Name C M. I 3 3 I s TL At.
II Vw I II t h II SI il ZL 13 3-i
i'"i i .1 : a i) k 11 ii 11 u
t .w ... j y i. i, ii a n at u
u Iticuais ... 11 lens 11 in ij 1
lil'S-T . . 11 3 .1 11 1; u 3, m 13 i-s
T il .. .3S 1. 333 3K 331 IK Mi I 13-3
HilHlicaiM-Lj-nuwr j. y. )u l. G IUt.ll
a: 3. Il.-cr J. Tuul. 3i
La Toicaa 3, Ildas 2.
Scores on the Itoral alleys:
Names c. M. I 3 3 I ( TL At.
I'awwOT ... 6 j, i x K 3 U 2 41 1-S
l,n .... 3 tt W li 31 II n lil-S
hubnrll . ... 31 a l 4j ii Jl 3U II 3-i
Utabam ... . k i 37 41 31 4; 311 1
T?,aTl- "'?J' '" MS 3 iJc It I7-2S
rohmu 3. Graham - lotaL 17 ""-
Names. c M. 1 3 3 I I n At.
FlnD.Kan ... 4 33 19 IT I 39 II 33 li J.I
llele . . . : II a M 13 It 31 I"S II
item ... t ; s :. u 11 m mi:
Ilanaer I S II II 17 17 li 5? U 3-i
M00J IS n W SI II 47 ra 41 3 S
Totals JS 17 333 3M 735 in sJ p 4 u-a
lUiiJirilHnnetaii X Hohtrie S. Rein .
Iaanr 3. Wo-l. Total. U.
Imperials 3, T. 1. JL'a 2.
Name C.)t t 3 3 I i TL At.
J-lt 13 14 1 S3 S K7 3J 3-S
lluglKs 3 II M 13 II IS 17 23 II 3-S
" .... .. m 11 j. -- ' 3
iiniw 1 i i m a ii 13 nz
Lytt 7 r; w 4) c 3 z u
llelMg E 11 IJ U M 17 H 3.1 II 1
. 1 as 3 i
Totals . . j is a at aw si! si m 41 in
llandleare llortett 3. lluslna 7. Hlcbes J.
Linott T. Total. 31. ib" .
T r M-'a
Name c. M. 1 3 3 4 S TL At.
MMie 4 a t u :j ;i i.
lUtbcate .... 7 W 3 41 47 SI 3W 43
rl'V'y i k x i; i; a n m mm
ll-Uvrrr ... 41 43 31 43 45 41 3 41 3-S
rlls Hi II U H U II C 39 ti
Totals siiaiMariaaTijis iij-s"
Ilinolcarf-.-ione -. Bathata S. McCoy 4.
IlatHEier 7. Total. 3L
I'rnrla 3, Mlkodas 2.
Sevres on the Royal ollerj:
Name. C. M. 1 S 3 4 t TL At.
Kara i xa u :i li i; DM
liarron 3 to n m 39 M 313 u 3
JU " S U 31 1 U in 9 14
Lierker .... SMU il II a h -17 0 ; s
UrUrrkamp .1 a a s( 1; t, K :u tlri
Touu 37 im 331 at at :k :ii 1111 i.-t
Haocit4 IUsea X. Uarron . Tllley J.
Delkeskamp 3. Tvtal. 11
Nam. C. M. t 3 3 4 C TL At.
HobW 3 41 31 43 V, li M 3 43 44
a u Mryr. 1 II 37 1; 7 a is 11 1 S
w'iin,.. ; ?i ? i o m 3-s
tI.ri.IHnc .... S C t! I! w i! II .1. H
Tfui! ,J'!'2aS j5iiiss c-s
llandleaitf-llals 7. A. c. Mfr . Voelkw
s. Zaan L Tutal. 74.
J L'.MOn LEVIS L E.
umcc 5Ien 3, Illnlloa 2.
Scoies on tbe Acme alleys:
Narats. C. M. 1 S 3 4 S TL At.
.! . .. . S H M 4? U ST 7 37t il 4-4
MilltT . . .! 11 47 St tl H M si l -s
Ji.hMon .. . I 11 a 11 g u II S4 il 1 i
l-rfuer I b ; M si 11 :u 3-S
Uanin li li il K IS x li M 41 i-i
Touts ... U 71 37S 3t a 7SS 757 IX Z I 7i
Names. C M. 1 3 3 4 TL AT.
IL ? IMn. . ) 91 II U II B SI : 11
ciaratxas M N 3t il 17 14 49 3J9 i
tailKls ... 7 Ji It U 41 U 3M 4114
i-ilnoniaa .. I r 4 a u .J it stt S3 3-S
Lecktr . ... It 63 U 47 31 3W 41
Totals .. - 139 as as at as iu? 1713-3C
nrllnncrs 2, S. A. T.'s 1.
Scores on the Urand alien:
Name I'. K. 1 3 S TL At.
V.twlltr 4 : Hi IS Sit 110 1-3
ttrul. 3 S 1. Ill 111 ; n3-3
Hancock 3 IK m 10 , w ia
Itaun . . 1W 171 173 ill IH 3-3
ietrn 3 7 IH US UIM 1M 1-3
B ,3W 7 MS 37S 111 -li
a. a. 1 p.
Name. 11. K.
2 Tl Ave.
liugaes 3 2
Kngel 7 S
Slitj.ey S 4
Whlmey 3 S
lit 3IX 177 IX. 17S 1-3
liJ 1M IK lit 1M 3-3
3 143 UT til 171 3-3
141 1U la 4U 117 3-3
13 It) 171 IW 1M
Totals 15 3 tt I3S 773 3431 1(1 1J-1S
Kearney Sleet Closes.
Kearney. Mb . Oct. 3. The SliuHsIppi Val
ley courrias meet ctosed this evenlar wllbovt
a wiener la Ih all-are stake, and tae money
was divided. This was necessary because of
uck of time and the supply of Jack rabbits
ruzxlcg short. The Dm ues of the all-ax
ktake were run oX. the wieners being u fol
luws: luxy Cjtos. ownen IloSman & Loarea. Law
rence. Has . Noltoem UlUI, ileoowa & teed
cr. t- Louis. Trump luand. L. y iivteu.
lenver, louts Tnuy. nuw Allen. Victor, la..
-Suiu.ern capital, lwake n. jcslttt, llutle. Mont.,
isiaik lioy. tame owners, Wuue Hat. llutciiln
un i. Lorn, laiaoi. Kas , L&rd Uutte. L- f.
uarteia. OeoveTjOrace Ureea. IL lluuier.
I-Titnd. Neo.. Charmuig Tbuteht. Iliake
amita. Rctte. Klcx of Demons. Caarles Mal
coun. Tort. Neb.. New Wrinkle. Drrant & llul
It. Harlan, la.. Krlfco Laa. H. it. KeUcsr.
uiuaore Cltj, la.. Laucnlnc Water. J.
IL Crawford. SL Loan. Alwaya In lYont.
Charles Malcolm. Tork. Neb.: Ladr Bird. L. F
Iiarttls. Denver; Ta.k to Me. Eurcr.s .Neare. SL
ly.uli. Raxzln baxzle. Joan Andrews. Iiarr
oak. Kas.. Cllmore Girt. E M. Kelloir. Gil
more Oty. la.. Lord St. Clair. C A. Harurove.
Ooaha. mow Alert. James Robertson, stroox
nty. Kas.. Confllenoe. Blake Smith. Butte.
Cloudburst. 11m owners. Ladr Alle. Charlei
li Root. New TJcaland. Minn : Srotleu
Ueacty. John J Lavln. bt. Loula, Sweet rvn.
E. M KeHore, uilmore City. la.
Tho grtattr portion c the oconlrx rats bcrs
will go street to Oklaboma atT. where thy
hate their does entered in the Waterloo Stake
A llartarove if Omaha, whose Prairie Bird
won the All-age fctake lat rear, retains It far
another ear lr reason or the stake cot tlng
run orr Ths new tulutlty ru. which was par
rhaied by subscrlpilon Irnm the sportsmen of
the omintrr and which arrived from ht Louis
to-day. cos to Wllwn H Allen. Victor, la.,
owners of Pathfinder.
BASEBALL MEN HOLD LONG
AND ALL-NIGHT SESSION.
National Association of Professional
Lcngnrs Tied Lu an Consll-
Since early jutcrday morning- Ihe Na
tional Aov,lallcn of Professional Base
ball Leagues held a secret conclave to dis
cuss the probable amendment to their con
stitutions in the main parlor of Ihe South
ern Hotel, and from present indications
the delegates will remain behind sealed
doors forsit least six hours longer.
Ktom the muffled sound heard In the
corridors there l a sharp nght within, but
wn.it the lio'i" of contention may be is .1
seem that remains with I hi iHenates.
So Intense Is the conflict on the adop
tion of a new constitution tlml will align
with the Cincinnati national agreement
that tho first main floor of the hotel li
deserted to far as the baseball men are
The only other rumor of any Importaneo
that leaked through the secret was the
proposed amalgamation of the Eastern
League and American Asecs'lalion. srW
all the delegates from these oraanlzatlons
who were approached on the subject
stated thtre was nothing In the rumor.
Intern league di legates wish to go on
record as being pnfty 1 no plots ag-ilust
or In fav or of any of the organized bodies)
William Phvle. wIhj made sensational
charges of crookedness in th Southern
League failed to make an appearance,
and tho opinion of the delegates Is lhat
Blllj's" talk was mere Idle mouthing.
The meeting to-day will probably i-eille
the question of the conMliuti'mal rights
and tho drafting rights of players but ut
an earl hour this morning the various
minor league delegates present were
haggling over these questions with no very
remote nrotct of settlement.
The delegates, however, havo pledged
themselves to harmony and the outcome
of the mt-rtlng will probnMy see an am
icable adjustment of .ill differences
icstenlay afunioon the delegates were
the gin sts of Ihe World's Fair Compan).
and a'l expressed their opinion tliat the
big show would be a, success.
KESbLEU BEST -WITH nEvOLVEIt.
Led Practice innd In Cliestnnl Mu
tton nt Target Practice.
Tractlce at the new revolver range In
the Chestnut Street Station was resumed
lost evening. Doctor Kffcsler heading the
Ust with a total of Si polrts out of j. pos
sible 1I W. M Longworth was second
with a total of S3 and Wll'iam Bauer was
third with a mark of T&
Patrolman Sidney Sears scored but C.
somewhat to the ?urrtl.-e of those present,
who looked lo see him lead the squad.
Sergeant Ureon made other n-ores
were. Ilenrv Kree. 71. ". v. liauer 71;
W. C. Ball. $: Paul Krese. M. II. ! Tif
fan. 61; Hoy Krese. K. M Summrtield.
: 1. C Thompson. 55; Sergeant Gllmore.
IS: Doctor III irk. K
Three members it.d a pltol at Ih'Ir
practice. Chris Miller Foonng 7S. C. C.
Crow-man making 3b and Von Kink scor
Miorlslop TluLcr Is Starrled.
Kansas City. Mo . Oct Ta-Joeerh Tinker,
ibsrtrtcp of the 0lcas Natleral League base
bsll team, and Miss Ruby Mecown cf this city
were matrted here last nlshL and detotted
at once tar CaUfurnla n a neddoig trip.
Koolbnll at I'oreat Park.
Two tacked Ifims will play a game of Asso
clatKc foethall to-morrow raomuic at Forest
I'ark The garni will be called at s o clock.
Westminster II, William Jerrell O.
Fulton. Mo.. Oct. a The semicentennial ex
ercises at Westminster CoHes cloeed to-day
with a fnotball came betwein Westmlnst-r
and W Ilium Jewell The larteit eronii ever
at a local football game. 3m of them Weit
rairster alumnL saw Westminster win a stub
bornly contested game I y a scure of 11 to f.
Turner-McClelland Ilout Off.
Tacema. Wash. ot a The twenty.roond
bout rchedulid to tako tjare here to majht be
twein Rufe Turner and Jack McClelland has
oeen eai ed orr. Mayor Campbell having girrn
notice t-iat he would nut permit th sxbl to
like t lace
McKINLEY HIGH SCHOOL
COURSE OF STUDY ADOPTED.
Neir Slnndlnrr Commllieea of Board
of Education Appointed and Illds
fur rurnlsblngs Illaeusacd.
At an adjourned meeting of the Board
of Education yesterday afternoon the
course of study for the McKlntey High
School was adopted and new standing
committees were appointed.
Ths Committee on Instruction Is com
posed of William G. Moore, John A. Har
rison and K. I Magoon: Finance Commit
tee. William Taussig. Ellas Michael and
C. TV. Johnson; Building Committee,
Messrs. Lockwood, Colnon and Taussig;
Committee on Supplies, John Schroets.
Robert B. Dula and W. P. Clarkson.
Tho course of study for tho McKlntey
High School embraces manual training,
science, mathematics, history, business
course and languages. The course tn man
ual training for boys Includes bench work
and carving for the first year; woodwork,
bench and turning lathe, pattemmaklng
for tho second; metal work and forging
for tho third and machine work for the
The manu-il training course for the girls
embraces sewing, fitting, laundry and
carving, for the first year: dressmaking
and millinery. Venetian and other metal
work, for the second year, cooking and
domestic economy, nursing the sick and
first help tn accidents, for the third year,
art crafts will be taught the fourth year
The bids for furnishing the Mckinley
High School were discussed, but the
awarding of contracts was deferred until
Monday next. The matter of furnishing
the High School pupils with luncheon was
alo dlscussd, and deferred until another
GAME BROKE UP IN A RIOT.
College Hoys Cease to Play Fool
ball and Uegin General Fight.
Lexington. Ky- Oct 73. A riot resulted
from a game of footbnll between Ihe sec
ond teams of State College and Kentucky
University on the tatter's field this after
noon, breaking up the game without
either side scoring
Fully 3W students. Including the first
teams of both colleges, were mixed up In
the affray. A dozen boys received "black
eyes" and abrasions of the skin.
Professors and older students finall)
separated tho lielllgerents; after fifteen
minutes of hard lighting, and the State
College boys withdrew their team from
Bad feeling has always existed to some
extent between the two colleges and was
aggravated by overxealous students trying
to get inside the chalk lines to-day.
Official Forecast Announced for
To-Day and To-Morrow.
Washington. Oct 3. Forecast:
Illinois Fair and warmer Saturday and Son
day variable wind, saltucc to fresh south
Msiourt-Falr and warmer Saturday and
Eastern Texaa-Palr Saturday and Sunday,
winner In the Interior, fresh north winds be
Ntbratka and Kaniaa Fair Saturday and
Sunday, naimer SaturcUy.
Arkansas, oklaJ-ooa and Indian Territory
Fair and warmer Saturday and bandar.
Western Texas Fair SatuidaT and danday.
Iowa Fair aad warmer Saturday and Sua
Sustained Concussion of Brain.
James W. Walr of No. 311 South Jeffer
son avenue sustained a concussion of the
brain In a fall from a car from which he
was attempting lo alight at the corner of
California and Ann avenues at 5:15 yes
terday evening. Walr was picked up un
conscious and carried to a drug store. He
was then reraoTcd In an ambulance to ths
YV. T. 1. row n Shoots Down Hod
Uaney in a Corn Field
Xear Norwood, Mo.
END OF A YEAR'S MAN HUNT.
Dead Man Indicted by Federal
Grand Jury on Olmrjie- of I.e-
ing Loader of Gang of
Springfield. Mo.. Oct. 73.-C. IT. Baney.
who km charged with being the leader of
a gang who purchased goods from whole
sale hou-s-s under fatso statements, was
shot and killed vestcrday morning n-ir
Norwooi?. Mo., by W. T Brown, a special
United States Deputy Marshal. Baney
was wanted on a Federal Indictment. Mr.
Brown arrived In this city last night at
midnight and made the following state
ment regarding the affair
Ttie kl'llng occurred eight miles east of
Norwood. r ght County, at 1J o'clock
yesterday morning In the edge of an oM
field near the former home of Rod Uaney.
I had been watching for the fugitive from
Justice for some time.
"When he appeared I commanded him
to surrender, but he refused to comply
with my request. We both began shoot
ing. After several shots had been ex
changed IUney fell, mortally wounded. I
had a double-barrel shotgun and the con
tents of It struck him in the body. He
lived fort-five minutes after he was hit.
After being h .t Baney never uttered a
wonL I turned the body over to bis rela
tives and I r lends.
"Itanty had been hiding out for more
than a jear. I have been watch.ne for n
chance to capture him for the lust two
months. About ten ilas ago I learned
that he was In the neiiihborh md where
he was killed and watched fr him diy
and night The dead man -reparoled from
Ills wife tome time ago and ' bivll liv
ing with an unmarried woman
"I watched the house of tin- woman's
father and b ths nvans eound i e'ew
as to the locatl-.n of End Bin.-.. Ills love
tor Ihe woman raued him to llnetr in th
neighborhood I saw her I ave the hou f
and shidowed hr movements to a point
where she met Kane) "
Rod Raney wis wanted at Itubey. Texas
County, for working Ihe frathlu'ent mort
gage scheme, and also at Walnut BMg.
Ark . on a Mmllar charge At Knlx-v he
went under the name of W. T. Frledley.
while In the Arknrsas town he was known
as M. H. Wakeman.
DEATH DUE TO OLD AGE.
Timothy Regan Lived Here Half
Timothy Began, a prominent member of
PL Bridget's I"arhh. died esterday after
noon at 53ft o'clock r4 the tiomo of hi-1
daughte'. Mrs. Thomas Noonan. No. 121!
North Nineteenth street He was SO years
Mr. Began had been sick for two weeks.
Old age was Ihe cause of his death.
The funeral will lake place to-morrow
afternoon at ! o'clock In St. Bridget's
Catholic Church, and the burial will be In
Mr. Regan was an expert carpenter, ami
worked on many of the okt buildlnES of
the city among them the Four Courts
and the Federal building.
He was born In County Cork. Ireland,
and came to this country when W ye-irs
old. taking up his residence in New Or
leans He livid there ten sears before
coming to St Louis. Mrs. Noonan Is the
only surviving member of his Immediate
CLAIMS HE WAS ROBBED.
Traveling Salesman Reports Loss
of Money and Diamond.
W. II. Smith, a traveling salesman. last
night reported to the pol.ee of the Central
District, that be had been held up and
rubbed of a diamond ring and JW. by a
man of whom he coukt give no descrip
tion. Smith told the police that be believed It
was tn the neighborhood of Sixth and
Market streets that the robbery occurred.
He said he had visited several saloons In
that vicinity und was confronted b the
footpad Just as he came from one of the
The police discredit Smith's story aml
allege that he was Intoxicated whl c In the
station reporting tbe robbery. Smith Sus
been a guest at tbe SL Nicholas HotsL
His home Is in Brookljn, N. V.
egro Clllam llronght nack.
William Glllam, a negro, charged with
murder In the first degree, was brought
back from Cincinnati. O. by Detective
Andrew ttordon la.-.t night. Glllam. It Is
alleged, shit Charles Burns, n, negro, dur
ing the progriss of n dince tn William
Lee's Hall. No 4--0 North Ievee. a year
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NEW RAILROAD PROPOSED
FROM CHICAGO TO SOUTH.
John II. Walsh of Clilengo ntlinal
Bank 5nld to He President of
Chicago, ill.. Oct. 2S. Formal announce
ment ami semiofficial confirmation of a
new railroad line lo Chicago from the
South has Just been made The new road
lias not been named, but It will bring a
Chicago connection ami outlet for what Is
ran officially listed as the Southern In
John IL Walsh, president of the Chicago
National Bank. Is president of the road
and In financial circles Is regarded as the
lacker of the enterprise. Main of lh
propoevl route from Terre Haute. Ind . to
Chicago were riled yesterday at Terre
Haute, but do not Include all of Ih- route
From ttiose fika and from other sources
It hi Iear,.ed the new riad will start from
Terre Hum.-, the iiorthtrn terminus of the
present line, cross the Wabash River a
lew miles north, near Clinton, ami. skirt
ing its west bunk for twenty ml.ej, will
croe- lnt- Illinois in Vermilion louniy
ami run thence nortnwurd, aimost paral
lel with the present Chicago and Eastern
Illinois to the Chicago Heights. The
Southern Imiiani now runs fr m West
port to Terre Haute w.th branches. In
all. It has I5S miles uf road. Several
branches are In course of construction
'Ihe road as It now standi taps valuable
rnnl fields and stone quarries, and with a
Chicago line wou.d prove invaluable In
the matter of st n and coal li pments.
John It Walsh It president. James Walsh,
vec president. I.. A Walton treasurer,
and Char.es F Welnland aud.tor.
Neither ITrsMent nor Vice Pros dent
Wath would dlMuss the Chicago project
to-day further than to s-iy that map had
been tilled for a imrtkii of the right of
Illir and I'nll of the Illrera
Tcr 31 bouts endistr at 7 a. m.:
St L-IUIS. Friday. OeL 33 16
Stations. Uaraer. uuc Ciuoire.
rifsbure 3t- SA - ;
ParkerslHirg tit S - 2
Clnelanatl 9 " - 3
IswlsTliU, 3S.S 4.1 - 3
Nashville . 13 -0 1
rhaltanucgl M 0
Flounce ISO J '
JchnsonTin 31 3 -0 J
KiansrUle 3 - I
Si. rani ll 13 -s
IHrtsem. U9 13 1 - 3
Davenport 15 4 HI J
Ke-ok. -0 .l ll
Grafton SL W -9 1
Omaha IS 9 . .
Kan.ee Oty 31. .f -
ll.nrtlle 3.1 7.1 -1
llernvimi 310 S3 -S3
St. Lnols 3418 US -9 1
Chester - " H.9 - 4
Calm 15 1 17.1 - I
MennMs 33 II 3 -n 4
Ultle Roek 33 9 12 0I
Vleksiy.re I' J7S so
Wirere-swt 2S 1 -l
Nw Otteeai K. 4 1 CO
KDWAHP it 1HUVIE
Iral Fornast OIAclaL
The rivets la tbe St LmUs dtftr'ct will falL
ejeest that there win e a flow rse In ths
MhwiK'lpt4 north ef the month cf the MlasourL
Illver and Business.
Itarbr gaoges yesterday matk'd 11 J feet.
IrcVcatlBC a fall of .3 ef a font In II hours.
nuslness alcnc the Levee yesterday aa mod
erate Weather fair.
Fair, with riling temperature.
Pell, of Calhoun Caraeun Coartr
Stacker lye Memenls
.Dced Basle . tTommerca
Cars Olrardeaii Cerameree
"tseker Lee - Memphlf
IteMe cf Calbnin Calhoun CountT
llaW lele r!X5
-iread Eaale Keolik
K'daer . ..... ..... .KeosllS
Chester" Cape Gltardeau
Hirer Hlallo Brrvllles.
The nelle of Calhoun arrived from Calhoun
County yesterday Lilnclne In I.WI harretii of
arpte-. H sacks of wheat. 71 barrels of elder.
barrels of Oah amt IH paekaaes of sundrlr.
She will depart on the return this afternoon.
-John Clemens, who died WednesdiT at the
Cltr Hospital at th are of M years was the
father of Captain John Clemens, well known t-n
the rlTer many years ajo before he retlre.1 t
accept position with ths rtostmen's Dank,
where be remained until his death.
-The Stacker Lee arrlred. TeJterday from
Memphis with SS.e'0 feet of lunher and con
rlderable mttej frelsht She will depart on
ths return this afternoon.
The Car tltrardeau came ur from Co-i-merce
yesterday momlng with a cood trip of
freight an 1 taMenxers. She will depart on thi
return this aftemoen.
-Cartaln Joe McCulloush an.1 Captain Archie
Miller took o the towlat lolar VV". f xt
a tow of Iocs ftom Lake ProTMenie. tXO miles
below M. Louis
-The Polehtn arrlTed from Bile's rnlnt es
teniaT with 3 lrBe of Iocs Her ollota rar
nlshed a report of the channel to Harbor
The r. Imls de'eirafes to the fpper MLs
kwlppt lUver Conrentlon held at larenpoct.
la . Wednesday, returned Teiterday.
The Sidney of the Wanocd Jo Line wilt
arrire from BurMngton this morning and de
parts to Keokuk In ths afternoon
-The towtwat HeaTr? aT;T.'',. '.n Slf Trt'l'
daT from the Hwer river. Captain niter Har
poM la In command
Th Chester will be In this merntns; frorv
race OIardeau and departs on the return la
-Tae Bald Eagle Is due from Peoria and
d'Phtts on the return this afternoon at I
nt-pt rjLic srEctALS
Calm. IP Oct 33. -lUrer gauge reads '17 T.
howi-r a fall cf I durtrg the last 34 hour
Weather cloudy and colder The Peters Lee
arr.vcd frgm St Lculs at i a. m. and departed
SEASES of MENIWrf
Consultation Free at
Otnee or by Mall.
fer Memphis at 3 a m. The Tolar WaT
panetl frum ft Louis to th Lnwer Mltslaslppt
it 1 C p. m. with 3 npti'9 The Joe Fowler
wan In and cut n tiro The S H It CUrk
arrlrfn from M. Ixuls at 5 tv m. with & loaded
barrf. will clir for Nw OrIan In the
mornlnic. The Ken! Hen .Id arrlv-d rtom 31em-t-h!
at 4 p. tn. fehe will clear for Memphis
to-nlRht. The Vivian arrived from the Upper
Ohio Ht 7 p. m.
Cape Glranlena. Ma. Oct 3. The Cieter
down at S it in , up at p m The Peters
Lee down at Z a m. The MIliIppl up at 4
p. m River faltlnjc Weather clear and cooler.
Grand To--er. lit. Oct 21. Stacker L up
at 7 JO o'ckKk lat nicht lvteron down at
11M sl m IoIar Wave down at 5J3) a. m
Cheer down at i a, m. S If. If CTirk dowrx
t J H a. m. Bearer dovn at t 39 a ro. J. M
rurhtrnan down at 3 J . m The eaojca readi
I 0 feet and fiilUnc. Weither clear and cool.
M-mpbl. Tenn . Oct. 23 The river here
FUriis II 2 feet t. the caue, i fail of In
the last 24 hotirs The Lotus Sim arrived at
2 P. m from Ft IvmN with 2.4ti rackJce cf
rmrrharHiUe f- thl t,Ic nd rturnd at 9
r m nlth a fair trip The Itohert r. Le de
rarted at SJ9 p. m for Ashport liece'pts by
river tevday were c httln cotton S bac ed
cotton and 3.MC acl of cntton need.
Vkkburjr. Mis . n 23 Giuce 17.5. Illrer
h ui a Manl. t'ear and much cooler The
American cleared for Carolina. The Cordlll tie
rsarted for Natrz. The Ite- Pr'tchard for
azeo ami th Elk for lar' Ben.1 The Chal
n.ette due from New Orleans. The Uelta due
Chester. Ill Oct t2 Gjiti,-;- 13 t and fattlnr
Weather fair and e I The Chester down at
Up m. The J M. lteichtm.in p3ed down at
Mam. The B-aver and trw at it a ni Th
Slicker laee up eatir this mornlnc The Ches
ter U due up
BurHncton. la Oct 22. The river Is tl fet
J1-, trches. Abnvc low-water mark, a rtue of 7H
Inches 4-Irr let report- Weather cl"r and,
wurrrer The Elo!e In and out from Keokuk,
The Nautilus went north, the Rob Roy aoath,
rJucah. Kv Oct. S3 The rauze re ni a ten
th! extnnjr at ? o'clock &-S feet Weather
rlear and rm jne ItTwIr to .!ro on time
i-fCMi Backets in ami out on time iiusinet
Wheellrr W. la. 0"t. 2S. River i feet
Inches fftlHnc Clear and cold Down Ben
Hur. I'ark rebric. XI a. m.; Bessie smith, Par
ke rbufr 3 pm.
IyiitivlIio. Ky . Oct 3L iCirer finite in ca
nal X? feet, on falls 1 7. t-Iow leeks C3. tIear
Kvannllle. ind . cvt, 22. -River falllnt; 8
feet Clear and cooler
ritUh-UDc. !-. Oct, 3. River 4.1 feet fallmr.
Oear and coW-
New Tork. OcC 23. Erjn-neelpta to-day ?
672 caser The- market showed a very flnn
tone at full limits ae to price on fine, frend
eRC. of which th avlUb! supply waa light.
with the sreat bulk of the vHble stock can-H-tlrp
of weak thrunicn rocd that would
prvpeiijr crad k thirdf. but which receiver
asked 21tf22e for with iccaMiral pales Very
few of the reirubir packlmri from the Central
Weet hwed en GKh new laid tn them to
trine .r 21c Morale ewgn moied steadily,
with outside flrure tciched en fplally fancy
early Aprtl. which hare apparently ben held
Kick for the prUc Itefiit;ra.ton first. 2113
21 V Other quotation unchaneel.
Chicaro Oct 2J- Kcrs stody at mark, caaea
lQolu-'fM lc p4r ha.
Karv-w. City Mo.. Oct 23- Ears flm. Mla
9ntTt ard Kantas cae returned lIHc new
N. 2. white wood caes ln"lu Jed. 19f
I'hlladrii'hU. Oct. 2X- Eaes mm ard )
higher. frh near by 27c !, off da Western
ESc. H off oVil toithwetern 2lj25c.
Ios off, do. wthern 22927c. loss off
Hotter and Cbeenc.
New York, Oct. 23. Butter Receipts 5.5H
pkra.. firmer creamery l4fe22c btate dairy IS
?S2rV heee-Rlrtri 3.314 pkc. , aulet. State
ull cream faruy email cnlnred and white II He.
Urce ,- il ted and white It1
ilea ro Oct M Kutl-r etea-y creamerle
I--7 -iiirt 9 liaise "here easier, daisies
V .vll twins I)'-. .upk Arjr lean lie
IMit a 1U i j t 23 l ut rr t-ndy fa'r
demand e'ra Western creamery 21,xC. do.
near-b. t rtnt 2u ht;e jutet but stcaJy;
f Y rk full crs-ar-1 fi IA dJ chel
li do fair t coed UStU1
little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
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to ttXe m stsz.
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lou i: it Mississippi.
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
ft 7 TO MEMPHIS
Je- AND RETURN.
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Cairo. Mrmpnlf. Helena. Friar's Point, areen
sllle, Vlcxsburir and all war Undines: Also,
lasdlrrs on Arkansas Riser. IncIudJitT Pins
STACKEK LKE. Eatcrdar. Oct. SI. IJ noon.
REKS LCH. Tuesday. Oct. ST. i p. m.
PBTER LKE. ThursdaT. Oct. JJ. p. ra.
From wnarfto.it foot of Olive st.
phones Main lOCCA. Klalorh A Tl.
IV. E- Albltz. Com. Art. P. M. Connors.Ctn.Art.
(larladlas Steals lad Ilcrth.)
Leaves Taesdnr, October ST. 5 p. ra.
From Diamond Jo wkarftoat. root of Wathlnr
toa avenue. For ll.mpMi and all way polnta.
Phsne Mt'n I44TA Frelrht received dally
St. LojIs, Ctiaslar, Caps Girardeau Lias.
Leaves Tuesday Thursday sad Saturday at I
c. m.. from wtsrfb at. foot of Locust sL. for
ear Olrardeai. ard iniermedisl landlnrs.
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dliti colnta ever Men 'ay and Friday l).o.
STEAMER BALD EAGLE.
For Pe rla an.1 all way Undicrs. Wednesdays
and Saturdays. I p m.. from wharf boat, root
f VIM St. LSITHE. Annt.
Pbones: Main SJ. Vlnloeh irsic.
t PI'EB MISSISSIITI.
DIAMOND JO LiNE STEAMERS
For llamhurx. Mailer's. CUrsivllle. Loulsl.
ana. Hasnlhal. cjulncy. Keokuk.
Leaves Saturday. Oct. It. 4 p.. tn.
From wharfboat. toot at VTashlnrton etc.
Phone. Main IHTA - P H'SK. Otn. Alt.
ST.L0UIS& CALHOUN PACKET GO.
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Leaves wharfboat font of Locust st" eviry
Wednesday and baturday it I mi. tar Ham
burr. llotlers and all Calhoun Coonty land.
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