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(THE ST. EOTTIS REPUBLIC: TUESDXY. 'JULY 19. 1901. -
!MiiryInnd Senator Paid to Have
Been Agreed I'pon at Xew
JUDGE PARKER HAS NO CHOICE '
Democratic Traders Decide Uiioii
a Vigorous Campaign in
Hotli the East and the
New Tork. Julj- 1R If Senator Arthur P
Gorman of Mainland will i-orsent to ac
cept tho chairmanship of tho Democratic
National Committee, there, is every I ca
non to helltva that Hie. post will he. of
fered to lilm when the new- committee
meets to o-jranlze In this clt -i week fiom
to-morrow Should Senator ConiSuii .irsoo
to tsko tho post It in probable tint ,i
campaign oomrrlitoe of i or tnelvti
m-nliexs will ho org nizeil to .isMt him.
nnd William K Sli han may 1m reciuestcd
to head this smaller committee
Tills niraiigemenl w i favored In n mi
jnritv of the Democratic loadi rs who n t
in the Hofrinaii 11 iusc tti-llit to ell-cuss
plan for the c.i'npaic.1) So'ne of tho
western friends of Thoir is Tascart of
lidlana. who ould like t" e lnm made
chairman of the tommltttt won d pr-for
to have .senator Goimnn in the ihairmin
whlp of tli I'niiik'ti t'omm'Uee The
.idmlt'od the . dvf.il iltv of having t-eii-atnr
(,orro in in th. position of real maii
nser of the i.iin-.ii-n Tid said they mrn
willim- that he n uM hio all the credit
for whatever fu- s lniRht be nehievfl.
hi.' tt.t noliiied out th.it h"th tin cinli
djtes hnl he en iho-en from tic 12ast
and urrcod th it it mniM lie well to give the
Jinno-arv THsit I m of . hulrrpiin of the Na
tional Committee to tho West.
It was made clear to all the leaden
who atleiui-d the eonforenro that Judge
Parker had m ifio up 111-, mind definitely
ma to Intorfeie in the eletion of tho
chairman ot the National Committee
VII the leaders aKreed that August Rel
nicnt should te asked to take the treas
urvshtp of the committee, if he is willing
in a"ramo the duties of the plan It w is
the unanimous opinion of th leaders who
attended the conference that the first
thins to he done wan to Ret the National
Committee organized, and in a ltlon
to inv out its work Th" earliest posslhlo
date for the meeting-next Tuesday week
ujii agreed upon
There will be other conferences to-morrow
and Mr Davii. will co to Esopus on
Wednesday to see Judge Parker Senators
Jlallov and Culberson of Te-cas are both in
tho city but neither attended th confer
"Thc meeting was called prlmanlv to cn
nhle the Democrats who were present to
rnet Mr. Davis." calonel Guffev said, af
ter the meeting; "An interchange of views
followed and the question of when the
National Committee should be calli d to
gether for the organization was discussed
"It was agreed to re-ommend that the
committeo be called to meet at the Hoff
man Houso at noon on Ju.v 2G
"There was also some talk of the date
for the notification of the candidates and
It was decided to refer this matter to the
candidates themselves. A general dtscus-i-lon
then followed as to the prospects of
the party. There was no discussion
whatever as to the selection of a chairman
of tho National Committee"
JUDGE PARKER TRYING
. T.O HARMONIZE FACTIONS.
Csopus, N. T.. July IS There may be a
clearing of the Democratic political at
mosphere when Henry U Davis, -vicc-pris-ldentlal
candidate, and others come hero
from the conference In New Tork to-night
and furnish to Judge Parker details of
the conference that came to him to night
in a fragmentary manner over the tele
phone. There are apparently complications that
are giving the presidential candidate food
for solemn thought.
While John W. Kern, during his visit
herd did not force the suggestion of
Thomas Taggart's nppolntmi nt as chair
man of the National Committee, still the
conversation between Judge Parker and
his visitor over Sundiy brought up the
thought whether the failure to select Tag
cart would jeopardize the success of the
Democratic ticket in Indian i.
The reported boa-t of Si n.ilor P. II. Mc
Carren of Hrooklyn that he would have.
harge of the campaign in this State h is
also caused Judge Parker considerable
thought. If not actual embarrassment.
Te knows that such talk is calculated to
henatc the Tnmmnnv vote
David B. Hill has t liked with Judge
Parker at considerable length over the
telephone durintr the last two das lie
does not propose having Willi im P Shi c
lian or Senator McCaircn carry off all the
laurel wreaths. The former Senator pro
pose to have something to say himself
about the conduct of the State campilcn
It is believed that the full Tammany
support for Judre Parker can he secured
by a promise to leader Murphv th it
Tammany shall name the gubernatorial
candidate and ie prmlttcd to 1111 one or
two other places.
These are demands that Murphy Is ex
pected to make as the price for real or
Rosemount will probablv be the center
of attraction to-morrow and next da for
the representative Democrats of the South
r.nd West, who are in New York to-nishc.
They are not expected to depart for their
homes until they have shaken Judge
Parker's hand and assured him of Demo
cratic vIHor In tnelr home States
SALVATION ARY EXCURSION.
Three Thousand Women and
Children Take Steamboat Trip.
Three thousand women and children, tho
poor of the city, went to Monticello es
terday on the steamer Corwin II Spencer,
is guests of the Salvation Army. They
avere mostly those to whom an cuting of
this Itinii seldom comes, and to them it
was. a gala dc..
Two bandH accompanied the excursion
ists and furnished music for them. TicK
et were given to each person goings
aboard the boat and each of these tickets
called for refreshment In the coiners
were printed "milk, lemonade, lunch and
Ice cream." and as each ono was iervd
the tickets were punched, so that all were
given a share.
Through the untiring zeal of Ensign S.
C. Isaacs there was plenty of ever thing
for ever body, hs having solicited the
refreshments from different merchants in
tho city No charge was made for an
thing, and when the boat arrived in the
city after the da's outing nearly every
mother took home with her a loaf of
hread or a cake. Fifty gallons of Ice
cream was served and almost lO.UOO sand
wiches. The children were given two hours at
Monticello Park and tho most enJoablo
day was spent by all. Every jear the
RalvaUon Army endeavors to give the
poor of the city a day's outing, nnd each
Sear It proves a great success This duv
will be a memorable ono in the lives of
manr who attended.
DIES OF A BROKEN" HEART.
St. Joseph Man Grieves Over
Son's Wayward Career.
Ot. Joseph. Mo., July 18. Grieving be
cause his son was under arrest for safe
breaklng. Robert Warner, for many years
connected with the C. D. Smith Drug
Company of this city, fell 111 this afternoon
and died at 6 o'clock this evening.
The attending physician said death was
flue to a broken heart. Mr. Warner was
45 ears old. His son, Guy, has been ar
rested on petty charges frequently.
A few days ago he entered the store of
ft former employer and. according to his
confession, opened the safe and took &o.
It was Immediately following a visit to
Central Pol'ce Station to see him that the
adar Warner became HI and died.
HAPPENINGS IN ILLINOIS CITIES AND TOWNS
SELLS FOR $268,00
Largest Real Estate Deal in the
Ilihtorj of K.tht St. Louis
PURCHASED BY P. J. SOUCY.
Sale Efferteil br Leo .1. Schenr
A. W. MorrNs Was the
Sole Owner of the
Leo .1 cherrer. an F.t "5t Iiuls real
estate ngnt. ve-trrdn con-mninatcd one
of the largest ml estat" de ils In the his
tory of the elty l t'te transfer of Lincoln
pi ice. consisting of fUt-two acres, platted
intc 13 10 fro'it feet, from A W Morrlss
of I.banon to I'rosp-r J Snucv of East
St Iyiuls for 2'j1.(i The purchase mnnev
was paid vctenlav mid the ded will be
terorded s)irp time this week
Lincoln place lonMsts of s'xteen blocks
divided into .". lots it lies between State
Mr.-et and Illinois lvenue and Alexander
avenue and the Ile't Kallroad For years
It lias h. en the tilzgi st single p'e-c of
real estate in-nl the limits of East St.
Mr Morris with reveral others, nc
culred the trait about fifteen vears ago
He gradually bought out his as-ioclaten,
and. with tixes anil improvements. It was
btatt-d visterdy that he had Invested a
total of about JlflOOO In the tract.
Trouble over the pric.e to bo paid for
switching facilities for a prospective pur
chaser of a large piece of ground abutting
on the railrout is what led indirectly to
the mle of vc-itM-Jiv Man attempts had
lspii made b Ua-t Side real estate men
to KCt a price for th. tract from .Mr Mor
rlss, but without success He had arranged
to plat tho ground and intended to begin
selling building lots yisaerday.
In a St Iouls railru id othce about two
weeks ago Mr Morrlss .end Air. Scherrer
met to attend to some businefs Mr. Mor
ri3 was sptaklng about the trouble he had
nad in getting si. itching fac litles. and said
that he wlslud the whole thing was off
his hands .Mr Scherrer asked him for u.
price The next da, armed with plats and
tlgctcs, he sought Piosper J. Boucv, an
East St. Louis capitalist. Mr. Soucy
thought that the deil was a good thing,
and negotiations were opened immedlate
Iv. which resulted jestcrdaj In closing the
CHMtCKI) -Willi STi:LI0 MILK.
Drlieri for Dairy Company- WkIva
Ixaminiitlon Held to (irand Jury.
George I oles nnd Herman Mares, drivers
for the Lnion Dilrj Company, yesterday
waived a preliminary he iring before Jus
tice of the Piace ilcKane on a charge of
larceny preferred uy C M Forman, presi
dent of the .East St. I.ouis Dairy Com
j.an. They were held to tho Grand Jury.
Mr. Forman. says that he has had many
cotnplalnts from persons living in ono of
the residence districts that money, milk
and crenn were being stolen early in the
morning before the customers awoke. A
trap wa3 set and .is a result Coles and
Mares were arristed. It is said that they
ran tho same wagon They deny that they
i iook raiiit mat am not belong to tnem
! Germnn Celebration Plans.
, The committees having In charge the
German Day celebration In East St. Iouis
1 will meet at their headquarters at St.
I-ouis avenue and IVghth street this even
ing It is stated that the final arrange
ments are to be made at this meeting The
, celebration will be held in September.
fjro Plttticrmnn DroiTim.
, William Moot, a negro, whose home la
in St, Louis, fell into Dead Creek, near
East St. Louis, while fishing yesterday
morrtng and was drowned. The body was
recovered ind removed to Benner-Hrlch-ler"s
morgue, where Deputy Coroner
Prlel ler h.ld tho inquest yesterday after
noon. A verdict of accidental death by
drowning was returned.
sliiiilnc Society ' Outinir.
Members of the Scranton Singing So
cietv of Scrnnto. Pa., which won tho first
I prize In the singing contest at tho World's
I Fair !at week, were the guest-s yesterduv
. of Messrs Haynes. Uramlette and Gregory
of the East St Louis nnd Suburban, on a
tour of the Eai-t Side line..
Ilnst t. I.onls Items.
Mrs James Delmoro 1 visiting n Sparta
Mm 3 Jordan will entertain th Peieclta
Club members to morrow afternoon
Mrs n P Williams is in Nokomij. 111.
Mr and Mrs r. J. Johnson and daughter,
MIs Ituth. ore in Colorado.
Mrs W. n. H-ckviIth will entertain th
mentiiTi of the V instunley I'rceby terlan Cti
cle Thursday afternoon.
Miss Lillian .schaub ts vlriting In Farm
Mies Maud- Taylor is visitlne In Carhon
Mrs w O Ryinld has returned from a
vWt In Loultillle. Ky
KILLS A FARMER.
Harvester Falls Under Animal's
Hoofs His Ihother Seriously
nurt in Effort to Rescue.
Albert Wu'ideillch, S3 years old, a farm
er of Twelve-Mile Prairie. St, Clair Covn
ty, was killed ard his brother, John, was
severely Injured by a kicking horse. The
Occident occurred on the Darmstettcr
farm, near Freeburg, yesterday morning,
while the brothers wcro assisting Mr.
Darmstettcr In harvesting hay.
Tho Wunderllchs had been helping Mr.
Damstctter for several days during the
hay harvest. Yesterday morning Albert
Wunderllch clambered to the top of a
load of hay and started to drive off. Ho
slipped and tell between the horses and
Before he cochl escape one of the nnl
mals became frightened and kicked him
in tlio abdomen and on the head. John
Wunderllch. v.lio saw the accident, ran to
his bi other's assistance, nnd lie, too, was
kicked Ills left leg being broken
Mr. Darmstctter was In another part of
the field but ran to the assistance of the
Wunderllchs When Albert Wunderllch
was taken from under the wagon he was
dead John Wunderllch was taken to his
home, a few miles distant.
Albert Wunderllch was married nnd
leaves several children His widow was
a Miss Ehret. well known in Belleville.
"HIGH LICENSE" FOR ALL
SALOONS IN BELLEVILLE.
Council Votes In Pnvor of nverr
Dramshop Paying? 1500 a 1 ear.
By a vote of S to G the Belleville City
Council last night duc'ded In favor of
"high license" for all saloons in the city.
Up to this time the saloons of Belle
ville havo been alios ed to choose whether
they would do buslmss under ' high li
cense" or "low licence " In the former
case the llcen'e co"ts V) dollars and the
dealer Is allowed to sell all kinds nf
liquors. For the "Ion license" the dealer
pays J1j0 and permitted to sell onlv leer
and milt liquors Th -re ire now In the
citv IK iiloons. ot which l!tv-clsht are
"hig license" and forty -ev en, "low li
For some time thcie has been an etlori
among the citizens to h ive all -alouns pav
the hichebt license possible This has all
the time bom 01 poed bv the South Illi
nois Liouor Dealers' Assoc! ition. and last
night thev vigorously protested igalns
the proposed action ot the C uneil The
noisure was passed after a spirited de
bate MADR IV UOMHIMir CITI7.r.V ,
City Coniicll of Ilollrvlllc Confers
Honor on General Osterlinns.
General I" J Osterlnus, a former resi
dent of Belleville, was last night honored
hy tho citizens when, through the City
Council, thev voted hltn an honorary citi
zen This is the onlv degree of honor In
the gift of the city Council nnd General
Osterhaus Is the first man on whom it ins
been confe rred
;eneial Oftcrhaus Is known to the Amer
ican people through his sltv ice" to them
in the Mexican and Civil wars lie his
made his home in Germnnv for mauv
3 ears and is now visiting the I nited Stat-s
He will visit Hi'llevill" In two weeks and
he the guest of Colonel Cn-dmls Ande.1
Durlrc liU vnsit he ill be met hv- a
ceunmltieu f-om the Council and the honor
vi!l be conferred with appropriate cere
truny Tlollerlllr Vrfii Notes.
Mm IVrdlnano Kohl ei returned to hr
l-on li Kaii'n Oltv after a is't in IMIevUle
Mrs M Dnnlolt is entrrtpinlnc Mr and
M- A Hnns and dauhle- of Newark, O,
an 1 IUj's Man le Jones of 'hawne o
Jlr and Mrs Janlt H-vchrlt: haio returned
from Hot tprinas, Vrk
Mrs A .Innps filed suit for divorce rister
uay troin samwl Jones '
Tie Mlstrs Vo-i aelwickn. I!a Smiifr and
r'i-be'h itrant d"pertr(l yestcrdav for in
Tiaa Ctiautauqi a.
Jersey v llle ots.
- Oenrse Itand his soli hl farm nertspart
of Jeisyvtlle. to - D Pattron of Carroll
ton. Ill for SSeM
J N" Bngll'h returne-d from Tiara Chau
tau La 111 vixterdav
J Jj. tympstfad of Or-lcarn. Tex , li a
vlltor In JerpcyvllJe
-Mis Hebert Miyr of Murphy 6Kiro. III. Is
a vlHitor In Jerspvville
Lew ard llurke has retumnl from Jackson
The City Council will hold h irclal mt
lrg this evening, at which th eralnHnco pro
violnK for th r reposed street paving will be
ST. LOUIS COUNTY NOTES.
Articles of incorporation of the Clay
tor Argus Publh-hing Company were lilctl
In the Recorder's office in day ton yester
day. The company- is capitalized at $12(inO
The stock Is divided into 1.2i0 shares and
Is fully paid up Lee Barton of Clayton
holds u99 charts James E. Hereford eif
Ferguson 1. E. W. Banister of St. Louis
I and Pendleton W. Page of Ferguson 1.
Justice I. W. Campbell yesterday is
sued a warrant for the arrest of IJ. B
Meyer of Clayton on a charge of disturb
ing tho peico of Pauline Mever. his di
vorced wife. The alleged offcn.se happened
Marriage licenses were Issued In Clay
ton yesterday to Daniel Hamilton of Ta
como. Wash , and Catherine Rellly of St.
Louis, and to Merton It. Whltmer and
Effa P. Phillips of University Heigh".
F. M. Wolf filed a suit In the Clayton
Circuit Court yesterday against John
Scott and Patrick r. Walsh, contractors,
and the St. Lou'n Belt and Terminal Rail
way Company for ) damages. He al
leged that Scott and Walsh, in excav atlng
for tho railw-ay company, used such ter
rific blasts within 1.&I0 feet of his property
that the walls of his cistern were cracked
and all the water leaked out.
Judge John W. McEIhlnney of th
Clayton Circuit Court yesterday extended
the time In t n case of the State against
F. Seymour Barrington in which to file
a bill of exceptions to August 18. Barring
ton 1 charged with th'e murder of "Jim"
McCann. a raco-horsc man. was convicted
and sentences! to be hanged. It is thought
trat the appeal to the Supreme Court will
be perfected September 1.
The petition of John Bcherrer for a
license to conduct a saloon at the inter
section of Ktzel avenue and the Wabash
tracks will be heard at a special session
of the County Court to-morrow. A remon
strance has been filed against It by citi
zens in the neighborhood.
The petition of Charles I.amott an I
others to extend Sutter avenue southward
ly throiiKh the Delmar jaca track to Del
mar avenue yesterday was dismissed by
the County Court, as the petitioners had
not appeared for several months to urge
Sheriff Hencken yesterday filed his
quarterly statement In the County Court
tor the period ending June 30, showing the
collection of ll.X4.Tl In fees and the ex
penditure of J35J 60 for salaries and other
necessaries of his office.
Tho County Court yesterday rejected
tho petition of E. J. Ilanley et nl for per
mission to lay drain and sewer pipes In
Six bids were received by the County
Court yeste-nlay for the contract of paint
ing the Courthouse. The highest was J5.
!)85 and the lowest, made by H Kraemer.
was C"0n The awarding on the contract
DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS.
Funeral of Henry Pohlmann
Takes Place To-ilorrow.
The funeral of Henry Pohlmann, CO
years old, of No HOS Mississippi avenue,
who was for many vears engaged in Hie
liquor business in St Louis, will take
place from the residence to-morrow sfter
noon at 2 o'clock. The r.evcread Doctor
Otto Hansler of Trlnit Church will of
ficiate Burial will be t'l St Pctrr s
Three years ago Mr. Pohlmann was
stricken with paralyeis. the resMl of a
heart malady, from Ahl;n he had s llier'd
most of his life, and sn,c tnat time hi
was not engaged in aetlvj btsincsv.
Mr. Tohlmann leaves thr-e sons, Ed
ward Frederick and Henry 1'oiilnnnn,
and thtee daughtets, Mrs. cairi Fedder,
Mrs Elli lileser and Mis Lourlne fol.l
mann. KILLS ONE, WOUNDS ANOTHER.
Negro Wields a Knife in Fight
James Katz of No 703 Blddle street was
fatally wounded and Max Illrshowltz of
No. 115 North Eighth street stabbed In the
back yesterday afternoon by Charles Wil
liams, a negro, living at No. 1302 North
Ninth street, in a fight at Katz's house
over the sale of a quantity of rags.
Katz was cut across the abdomen and
died last night at the City Hospital.
Illrshowltz wan stabbed in the back, his
wound not being regarded as serious After
the cutting Williams escaped.
Katz and Williams were quarreling when
Illrshowltz, seeing the negro draw a knife,
interfered. After cuttlrg Katz, Williams
turned upon Illrshowltz and wounding
If your gums are soft and bleed easily,
harden them with SNITOL TOOTH
POWDER. All druggists. 23 cents.
TO BURY HARVEY FEUERBORN.
Funeral Arrangements Have Not
Arrangements for the funeral of
Harvey Feuerborn, 39 years old. of No
313 Texas avenue, who died Sunday, have
not been completed
Mr. Feuerborn was president of the
Teuerborn Notion Company of No. 919
North Broadway and was one of the lead
ing business men of North St. Loui.
Mr. I'euerboen was at one time presi
dent of the Southwestern Mercantile As
sociation. He was also treasurer of the
Republican Citv Central Committee, rep
resenting the Tenth Ward. He was re
cently nominated as an elector.
Mr. Feuerborn was affiliated with th" A
F. & A. M. and the Royal Arcanum He
leaves a wife. Mrs Caroline Feuerborn.
a daughter. Amelia, and two sons. Harvev
and Wl'Iiam rcuerborn. and his father
and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W.
HIBERNIANS WILL OPEN
CONVENTION THIS MORNING.
Arehlilsliop lileunon Will Deliver the
.tilurt-as of vVcli'ome In Mimic
The Natinn il Convention nf tin Aniluit
Order of H'berri'iis and the I. idles'
Auxllllaiy of that ore inizition will be
iruiuuratid this morning with i solemn
high mass at St Patrick's Church In the
presence of the Mo't Ri". eiend lohu J.
Glennon, Aichblshop nf St LoiiN His
Grace will No deliver the address of wel
come at tho first session of the coaven
thm In .Music 11 ill at 1 o'clock this after
noon It is estimated tint about 2.0eo num
bers of the organization will be In St
JAMES E DOLAN.
National President of the Ancient Order
Louis during the next thiee days, though
only .Vi'i are reiulalv accredited to the
convention nnd about 130 to the auxlllarv.
Canada Australia. Mexico and Ireland
have also sent frat'TU il representatives
who will attend but take no part in the
proceedings A lone' dolegate from Ha
waii. D. J Crtghtin Is a duly accredited
representative from one of the latest ter
Toe dclejatrs will form at tho head
quarters, l.indell Hotel, at 9 30 o'clock
this morning and march from there to St
Patrick's Cnurch. at Sixth nnd Blddle
streets win re services will be held
Among tlie n it'onal officers who will
attend the convention arc James E Do
lan. Syracuse, X V, president; James O
Sullivan. Philadelphia, vice presidi-nt:
James P. Bree. New Haven Conn sec
ret try. M J. O'Brien. Richmond. Ind.
trenurer. hl Grnee. tho Most Reverend
Archbishop John J. Gli nnon. St Louis,
chapliln. Patrick J Haltigan. Washing
ton. D V . editor National Hibernian, and
P J O'Connor Savannah. Ga . J T.
Keating Chicago' Willi im F. Cronin. Bos
ton, and D. J Hennessey. Butte. Mont .
LOSES LIFE IN TRYING
TO BOARD RUNNING CAR.
Ralph Cnrrlfk Misses Ills Hold nnel
Mistalna Crushed Md on Eastern
Trying to bo..rd a car which would not
stop for him co-.t Ralph Cspj., 0f xo
353.1 Easton avenue his life last night at
the corner of Marcus and Easton avenues
Carrlck grasped tho rear plntform as
the car swept past nnd was thrown
against the step with such force that his
right side wab crushed. He. died at the
Citv Hospital shortlv aftei his arrival
The car was In charge of William Pen
nington of No S.061 South Seventh street,
who was being broken in by a regular mo
torman As it approachesl Miinu avenue going
east Carrlck waved to tie motorman to
s'op As the eai was j,oug to turn In .it
the she-Is at anile venter avenue, it con
tinued on its vvav v, itliout slacking speed.
Cartick was s vears olel anil unmar
rleel He vv.is emploved as an electrician
at the World's Fair
JOin DOILE'S KVTRV RUFIHKII.
Hirer Gelillnir Will .i.t Or UlovTeel to
Mlnrt nt Fair Grounds.
As a result of the antics of John Doyle
while at tho post In the last race yester
day. Starter Dade announee-il that the
further entries of the Fizer colt would he
reftr-icd. Inasmuch as Doyle has proved
a disturbing factor at the post in ne.irlv
evcrv- race In which he lias started, it
looks us If no injustlo was being done
bonie time ao after Dole had created
his usual row In the flel 1. which was llne.j
up before the stand, Starter Dado nut him
on the Hchuullu; list. Initio Se-eler was
sent to the leairhr with tho colt every
morning nnd to the starter's burpriv.
John Doyle was peaceful as a lamb. When
tried out with other h.ul actors he carrlid
himself In a most equino fashion and was
willing to break sldew lys, to f ice the
barrier, to stand with ills nose agalrst it
or to elo anything else that was askeel of
When It came to a regular race, how
ever, all this was changed Dole was as
a roaring lion seeking whom he might
kick He was all over the barrier at once
and wore out the patience' of starteis and
public alike. Mr. Dade notified the lTzcr
btable that the next time he failed to be
have as quietlv at the post as he- uil In
practice that he would he lwrrcd
Judgment descended ye-sterdav. Sailer.
In wl ejse limits the- hor- had been, peace
ful and eiiili t while being schooled, could
elo nothing with him John wanted to
run things himself. He did it so effectu
ally tliat it was the last race he will run
at the Fair Grounds.
Jeickey T. Knight v as set dow n for the
hilanee of the week for his ride on Arch
Oldham vesteroay. and It looks lis If the
case wojld heir further probing. Arch
Oldhnm could and should have won, and
was best nt the v eights, conditions and
distance OUlh.am was favorite in the
b- tting, had n ce.inmpnilln: lead an eighth
of a mile from home, nnd then, for some
inexplicable reason, was taken to the
streak of lumpy going which prevailed
down the ce-nti r of the track Inasmuch
as he hud shaved the Inner rail tuinlns
foi nome. there was no excuse foi this
In the Rime race O ly Adelaide, who was
well played. Dulled up Lime, but managed
to finish third
Jockev Plunkett got into trouble in the
second nice by &irriinr Rosecourt wide
as he came into the stretch Plunkett
bore out with Leilv Idns, on whom he
had the mount, and this forced Roseiourt
to the extreme outside. He was set down
when he retarned to the stand. Rose
court won regardless of this mishap, as
Dean brought 1 or up along the outer
rail and got home first by a neck.
TO Sl'EM) CVCMVC ON THE PIKE.
Ilela Thetn IM I'rnternllj- Will lie
Guest of Lornl Memlie-rw.
Members of the Beta Thetn Pi College
fraternity, who ho'd their slxtv -fifth an
nual convention at Mcramec Highlands,
will spend to-day and to-morrovr even
ings at tl e Exposition To-morrotv a 9
P m they v ill make a cruise over the la
goons In electric launched The excursion
will he in charge of Edward T. Miller,
aslatid hv Doctor H. M Moore. Paul J.
Wood, W C Barker and It M. sphev
The trip will be enlivened hv college
and fraternity songs.
To-morrow night will bo spent on tho
Pike, the party leing In charge of G F
A Brueggeman. tne St I-oui3 atihitect
assisted by A. H Selimeeltje. v. A.
Wheeler, W. O Gatewood and H. S.
Durant. The Betas will sathei at the
west end of Maihlnerv Gardens at f "Jl
p m. and thence preiceed to the Pike,
where thev will visit the srinciDdl con
cessions. The evening will end with a
-smoker nt the Tv roleall Alps.
ill" vi"itlns members en me lratermty
will lie the guests of the St. Louis chapter,
of which David R. Francis Is president.
SECOND EFFORT TO
Sol M.iycr and MKs Koso Hirst li
Klope to Alton and Aie Mar
ricd bv Justice Nathan.
'I liu irle-el in the attempt t- mil -neral
months ago Sol Maver of No 4-lt.i West
Id lie 1 1 ii.. mid Hiss Hum Ilirsih .1 ligh
ter of Mr and Mr". S Hlrsch of No 3120
I'alrmount avenue, rin a.vav and wen
marrnil at Alton yestcnliy .iftiinmin
The couple wire- iinae compin'ed on
their romantic trip, and when the j a rents
of the bride were Inloinied of tin mar
ila,e last night they expressed surprise,
hut stiled that forMveues-s awaited the
young nridal eoupli
.Mr Maver and Miss Ilir'ch. it is said,
have be ii -v.it tin-iris tor s.-veral years
Last Jintiarv t.iev unit to LisiM Louis
with nit mieui.oii of i on g iiiirrletl. but
their plans were po'led bv relitlves.
listenliy morning Miss Hirscli in
formed her fam.ly that siio w is going to
th- vorlds Pah to sj nd the elay -Mr
Miycr wo Is a traveling s ilcsiu.in ioi
th Rosuithal-Slom Millinery Co up my
told Ills tmiloyers th't hi v ould bo busy
during thi d ly with niit-of-toii e ti"
le iners They let no o ii' intee the set lit
nnd the ceremony hail alreadi bmi pei
icnneel at Alton by Justice N.ilhaii bo
rne the viet leaked out The irlegr.i.n
vs uti t to an intimate friend of the
bride gioum and h. oousidred It tej good
lei ke ep
Mr .ind Mrs. Mayer aie csp'Ctetl to re
Urn to St Louis to div and the hi icle will
preib.ibly accompanv her husband mi his
tup through tl e 'nuitijcst within th'
in xt few weeks He is a member of s'v
ill local clubs, while the hrlle is vveli
known in Jewish oclal circle -
HI Its '! IIVK .AI. I'nOGIIMMK.
1 rn Tlionsnnd llemlie'rs nf See'rrQr
elrr to Malt he- Knlr. -s!
'I lio royal purple villi wavo over the Ex
position grounds next Tuesday, Llks D.iy
The committee of the nxiwj"ltlon which
is now- attending the national reunion u"
the order In Clnclnratl expect to peneot
arrangements whereby uppruxi.ii itelv
10.0"J of tho bucks from all sections of lb'
country- will visit the Pali
A commltte 0 from St Iuls Ixte No
9, in cotinneetion with the Committee em
e eroinonies., has arrangeel the following
At ' Itr .1 m all of tho visiting E.ks
under ercort of the St Iuis Ixdse Mo 3
will assemble at the Elks room at tl e Hid
land building. There they ni enter auto
mobiles and tally-hos aiid prtu eotl In
parade order to the Patude Ilmninc
where thev will be Joined bv a mount tl
escort of 3Y Boer civ airy, under com
mand of General Ben Viljot-n
The parade will move through the
grounds to the Temple of Fraternity
The ceremonies for the dav v ill bo held
at the Temple of Fraternity Immediately
upon the arrival of the parade, and ad
dresses will be delivered by President
Prancls, the newly -eh cted gland exalted
ruler of tho Elks and John II. Holmes,
exalted ruler of St Louli Lodge, No :,
after which a reception will be given to
the Grand Lodge olllcers and visitors At
12 SO p. m. a Pike parade arranged espe
cially In honor of the Llks. will march
pant tho Temple of Fraternity.
In the afternoon, beginning at 6 p. m .
a competitive drill will be held on the
Plaza of St. Louis between uniformed
companies who participated in the parade
at Cincinnati. A handsome -Worlds Fair
flag, propcrlv inscribed, will be awarded
to the -victorious command. A special Illu
mination of the Cascades, Collonade of
States. Festival Hall and tho ejrand Basin
and Lagoons has been arranged for the
Elks and will liegln promptly at 9 p m.
GUAIIDS CUMOIUX.i; rOR LAKM1RY.
Wagons lloiirliiK Fresh Linen narreil
nnel Famine Threatened.
Paper collars and false shirt bosoms
probably will be the proper thing with the
Jefferson Guards for some dnys to come.
Either this or the guards will have to
pocket their dignity and consent to bend
over the tub and ilo their own washing
There Is n dearth of fresh linen among
tho nattv guards, and all becauso their
Iacndrv has not been delivered. At pres
ent many of the guards, especially- those
who have onlv- two or three chansee. are
going about their posts jilth their tunics
tightly buttoned up to hide their lack of
a "biled" shirt.
The launJrv wagons bearing the frehlv
done bllis and tuckers of the guards wcro
refused entrince to the Fair grounds sev
eral days ago and have not since eutere-1
to deliver their snowy burden The
wagons wore lofusesl entrance because
the laumliy cnmpmy would not pay tho
p'iot'ie fee of So cents nn hour required
on till vehicle,, which enter the grounds
The laundrv refused to pav this fee on
the ground that It cannot afford to do so,
and maintain the present price of launder
ing tho guards' clothes. The guards are
not willing to pay the increased price re
quired bv the laundry in case it pays the
In the meantime there Is a heap ot soiled
linen waiting to be washed, and another
huge pile of freah linen waiting to be ele
llvered. and the visible supply of clean
shirts, collars, cuffs nnd other necessary
articles of wearing apparel is steadily be
The situation Is expected to reach a
crisis soon, as mnni ot the guards are
wearing khaki which needs frequent
washing, nnd they declato that sooner than
submit thev- will go on post a la Igorrote.
with cap sword and belt
to i,i:rn in: o iicdu'ew.
Trofessor Lnfuyelle Will Ilnntrate
Ills Itrmarki lth sterenptlron
An illustrated lecture on "Budapest." an 1
"The High Tatra and Its Surroundings.'"
by Professor Victor Lnfayetto of Buda
pest. Hungary', win te given In Recital
Hall, on the second floor of Festival Hall,
at 1 p. m to-day.
Colored stereoptlcon views, many of
them copied from the masterpieces of Hun
garian painters showing scenes in anel
about the old Hungarian capital, will bo
The programme will be interspersed with
barytone solos by Doctor Victor Illy, a
Hungarian singer. The lecture will bo In
English and is under the auspices of the
Bureau of Music. This will be the first
ot a series of illustrated talks by Professor
WIIERRV rMII,Y REUMO.
Will fir Helil To-VTorrovT In Hnll of
The Whorrv family reunion will be
called to order in the small hall of tho
Hall of Congresses at lOJO a. m. to-morrow.
The Reverend William A. Wherry'
of Teeumseh. Ck , w ill preside The first
number on the programme will he nn ad
diess of Wrtlconie bv Joseph "Wherry, for
mer City Register of St. Louis, who will
welcome the members to St. Louis Fol
lowing Mr. Wherry's address will be Im
promptu speeches and reaellng of papers
bv prominent members of the family. Aft
er this a permanent organization of tlie
Wherry family will he effeeted and a
time and place set for the first rigular
In the evening from 8 to in an informal
reception will bo given to the memhers of
the family and friends nt the Missouri
CRITICISK PAIR OKKICUL.
Germans Think I'zpnsltlon Shnnlel
Pay Expenses to .Judicial Par
liament. "Berlin. Julv IS. Some irritation finds ex
pression in the newspapers hero because
the management of the St. Louis World's
Pair declines to bear the expenses of the
International Judicial Parliament.
It was assumed here, on the basis of Ex
position publications, that the expenses
would be borne, and the newspapers now
speak of bad faith In asking the Judges
to take a long and expensive trip at their
own expense, to discharge a purely hon
orary function. One newspaper points out
that the expense of the hundred German
Jidges amounts to at least $62,000. Other
newspapers suggest that the above emt
ome shows the Germans acted too hastily
in accepting the invitation to exhibit at
ChleafcO. July 18. Flaxseed was up 14c
with Southwest market! again to-day. No. I
North estern was SI H: No 1 tl 15; Jnly was
SI IS. and Stpt SI la bid. Receipts were four
cars hre, 44 at Mlnncapoil and Z3 can at
MANY ATTEND CONCERT
AT FOWLER PLAYGROUNDS.
I'oeir i hlltlre'fi eif lloth Spxrs nnel
Ilnlr llotlie-rs i:Jt. the
Tint, thousand rsnns tho poor chil
dren nf St Louis and tier mothers en
joyeil "Hand Concert XUht at tin Fou
ler playgrounds, beventii street and Rus
sell avtnue list evening
Mlss,.s Id i Pavoy ml Kitherin id
nf the- Civic Improvement !- a-uo were in
cli irge of tin evening entertainment
linterns vv.re hciu over the grounds
lending to tin in a very pleiant i fft et
Ilaiiii 'tin i rt Night is 'hi t.'lit to
whli h th. thiidr-n look forward mo-t
cagfilv. a tie n are only three lonctris
given du'-ins the .c ison The st 1 rtin'is
i lay til list nielli were lho-f de ir to tilt
heirt ni i i hi! 1
Ontrilly the i hildren of different mn
plav at dim rent t'mes on tin plav-iruiinds
the girls in the morning limit r the super
vision of Miss Pivey and Miss Wood and
the boys m the afternoon under thi suptr
vision of S I'hlllipps anil Allen Gim
ble but list .vonln both boys and girN
w.re at the mn nt pi lying gam-s and
having a ood tune generally
NEW SCHEDULeToF SALARIES.
ltiiral Mail farriers Ketone In
rrraM' From -luh 1.
Washington July 1' The new silarv
' schedule for rural m ill carriers has h. en
(completed The now schedu'e app its
from Julv I
'I he last toncioss raided the maximum
salary fron J.o to STL'il a voar it was
found tint the maximum retiue v tvun-tv-feiui
miles long nnd to carriers on
routes of this length fjiiumbcrlng ahnii'
12 ''. tlie maximum salary wVl be paid
The s ilaries of c.irni rs nn routes Minrtt r
then the m iximum w is tixed r depie'ing
JIS for each mite less than tweutv focr
Tlie net result hns lioen th it slUhtlv
over two-thirds of th" - bene fnreo if .1
Ui rural earners have le-rtiitd increastj
of tV't a vear in their nla'ii
PAPER HANGErILLS HIMSELF
D.iiiM'l Hoffman Commits. Suicide'
at Hi Homo.
Daniel Hoffman, a paper hanger c
roars old committed s ildd at his home
No HH South Second street last night hv
shooting lnm-elf through the head He
was takii to tlie e t Hospital where he
t'ieel 'vltloi.t roc; ih lag consciousness
H' had been 111 f -i -evera, vears While
his wi'e v.aQ p- p. r ' s lpprr ho wnt to
tne pore h In the rear of hi home and shot
He is survived hv hi v.ielow and six
AFIIIC-X PI CM HI rA!li:it-SV.
Cliuse tniatetir Pliolosittphrr nml
1 r J to lleslruv Little' IllneJs Hoi.
Tl fir worst enemies could not truthful
iv accuse the African pvgmles at tho
World's Fair of vanlt They have no
Itching to po"e before the camera or to
i see their photographs in the newspapers.
. In fact, they are camera-shy an: their
snnnking natures annor mo tnougnt ot
put licity for their features
At least one came ra tlend had a forcible
reillzatlon of this peculiarity of the sav
ages brought homo to him vestcrd.iv. He
hid a nice now camera and was eager to
use it. Walking about seeking whom he
might "shoot" he crossed the path of tho
Struck bv their dwnrfishness. he stopped
Focusing ills little black box on the Htt'e
black group ho quickly puhed tho button
and started bllthclv- on his Journey, con
gratulating himself on having acquired
a nice addition to his stock nf World
Fair seen 3
He had not gone far. however, when he
was startled bv a veil. It was the war
cry of the Ndombes Iooking back ho saw
the pygmv colony in pursuit, and ho took
to his htels The pygmies, unincumbered
by civillzition s clothing, outran him and
si07ed his camera
Ilo nulled it away from them and put on
extra te im. with the pygmy tribe also
running He beat them to the Indian trad
ing post, a short distance awav. Tlie little
Africans followed him there, and for
awhile there was a battle raging about the
little black box
Tho salesmen at the post elispersed the
little sivages finally, nnd they went awav
fuming and threatening destruction to all
little black boxes in future
iiiti:h roniTi:ns oiiserf: ijvt.
vllnanurl Court Prcntn Rinjt: (o Pnst
High Uiineri'r . A. Brown.
E.xercles f,,r Pnited Order of roresters
Day were held in tlie Temple of Frater
nity at the Fair at 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon Doctor K 11 John'on of St.
I.oul. high physician of tlie Court of
Missouri, welcomed the visitors, and pre
sided Tho programme consisted of piano polos
by MrR G W. Schneider and Miss Annie
on der Ahe; two violin solos. "Air for
G String." and "Ma7urk.i" by Hubert
Bauersuks- vocal solo from "II Trova
tore." Uy .Miss Mabelle Hild; reading by
Mr R H Johnson, and addresses by
II Ij Southworth and S C. Olmstead.
At tho close ot the programme a gold
ring was pnstntcil to W" A. Brown, past
high ranger of the Missouri Court, by T.
II Ilervei. high ranger of the Missouri
CourL Tho ring was the gift of members
of the Missouri Court In recognition of
J The me'cting was closed with the union
j song of the oruir.
TO MPPI.Y FAIR POSTER1.
Association x in Aid Chief of Domes
At the meeting of tho Executive Commit
teo of the Executive Commissioners' Asso
ciitlon at tho New York building, yester
day afternoon it was decided that the er-g-in'z
ition and each individual commission
arrange to supply- posters to attract vis
itors from the different States and coun
trit s Tho details of the plan will be de
cided upon at the meetins of the associa
tion at the Oregon building to-morrow aft
ernoon. The action of the committee was basetl
upon a letter from Chief of Domestic Ex
ploitation Reeves, requesting the aid of
the association In the disseminatlcn of
billboard posters over the million miles
of bo irdlng donated bv the American As
sociation of Bill Posters
The Philippine management has offered
to supply 2T.",000 posters The concession
aires are arranging to extend their aid In
the blllLoard movemint, and it is expect
ed that a complete and effective system of
tislnc the million miles of billboard space
proffe'red to the Exjiositlon will be ar
ranged in a few days.
OrES RTER1 TO TIKE III LIFE.
Private In Hospital Corps necnmen
Despondent Over Illness.
As tho result of elesponeiency over Ill
ness. Albeit E Hannlngton. -II years old
a private in the United States Hospital
Corps stationed at the World's Pair
giounds. attempted to commit suicide by
ciittmg an artery in his left wrist with
his poeketknito last night
Serge int Kollmever and Corporal Mizcll
eif tlie same detail found Hinnlngton In
l.ls tent, the blood flowing freely He was
taken to the him rgency Hospital, where
the flow was -topped Tho physicians
t iy the man will recover.
Vll'VIOItl I. si:it(I I'OH KIltliKR.
norrs nt the 1'nlr Commemorate
Dentil of Feirmer Presleleiil of
Services commemorating the eleath of
the foi me r President of the Transvaal.
Onm Pul Kruge r. were conducted last
Stindav in the Boer War camp at tho
Tlio services nttr,icteei tn.inv of tlie resi
dents of the Fall
General Hn J Vlljoen m de an address,
in which ho spoke of tlie sterling char
acter of Omo Paul and said that in tho
history" of South Africa and the Boers
his name wlh live forever
llntfer nnel Cheese.
New Tork. July IS Uutter firm; street
price", extra creanierv lTi-SIT'.c. official
prices, creamery, common to extra. IttilTijc.
btate dairy, common to extra. 12Q17c: Western
factorv. common to choice, llefle Chf-ese Ir
regular. State full cream, small Thlte, poor to
Cl-V-iKO. tuly IS flutter steadv: crenm-rtes
17 I71C : dairies lltflV". Chee.c easv, "VTrSiie.
Philadelphia. July 15. Uutter steady; fair de
mand, extra western creamery IV; do nar
bv rrlnts 10c Cheese steady; fair demand; New
York full creams choice to fancy. S'hSJSc:
do fair to rood PiSSc.
str Xvmird ill Inf (nm root cf Kn-iH-im
me Vi -fciiiv ,rui r?t i p m. t r
U cWitrutPi Hfr-irarn JcfT rsen ltj. ban ly
ST. UOU3S AND HAMBURG
PACKET STEAMER LORA
Will I.h 't of W.tlnut -iner TuTij".
Thurnlajs and aturJ3 it 1 p n fir 't
Point llamturp Mw.a'santall i ' indinj,-
JC H.N rirttll. ,llt.
Phin- Vlii ;i 2ut N s nimyfy-i!
I SPECIAL EXCURSION!
Heals ap.d bertfi iacluded, eirery Wei. ?.nl
Sat. to Keokuk. 12., anl return, $8.00.
I r KroUllU. In..
Leaves eirv elit-s(ju1f at ) -.ituriiuy Ip a
roi: sr. in,. vn.
Sir Iubuq le Hiursay July -l 4 o n
str fat t'tui sundae July -lip in
rvii t -it eaI i.istuii a.
rsone Vain - t,.v ISA f I.' -k en Act.
STR. BELLE OF CALHOUN
Will Irnee nlntrft t t I ef tnktt elre-t
IumUv thu i!u ji i 1 sa Ur ' t il t ii n , '
'h illuUiiua Utt 1' at HuiiilMiri. Slez'fr s
aninhetiv landinj Vlut-i mi Ui Iiir atsartl
I e. lo O' K Aknt.
l'henf Kelt Vmn 1 K i II V
EAGLE PA0K5T G8MHY
bt- lup'tiliinl iu evu Mom Atnl bri Jpm.
-r -i io 1 "-i M k im tIitHer
r ItaM Kaklf '! Inui hi J '-at pm
r r I'pctia ami InierLTrrltjte V ln'
-tr i.rs Uefr J and at 1 f tit
Main rl KlnliNti 12'.' II W Lt l. A?
ST. LOUIS AND TENNESSEE
RIVER PACKET CO.
Excursion Season Now Open.
S iat. & river 6 i?tttea moun'aln ceiir
cnl J IS for routvl titp in liiJi ic n.t-N n I
Itrth "-t-'-l- It t tfT.ph will la
w lutrft l f r f I'm.- -t -ri la Jul
nt 1 l in for -i"- -i-x i- p fc-t Mnr
Chter Vittnljsric ( rfj. Oirnnl-au C-lio
Lf'a.lU'-ah an I a'l ir -an lini, n ihf Umj r
La id and ltnn ri.rn to Walprlo. A i
Phones 4-A an I I1Z
INO K. M SrNf.AIK AKnt
i.kr nr MrMi:n
One Wily . $7.
Itoutiel I rip. .-?!-.
Hviinsvllle. K!; Louisville. !HI: t in
I'lnnnti, 11. IMtlsliui jr "H!.
ileal ant ti-rlh in wl'fi '"iieai fr.'cht aTt
parens"" rate, to elieeier e;rai d r it ui"
Olrarltsii iatt 'Irmibi- Ifett-ne Hit
I'rrel llerolil. I'rlilnv. .Inii Z'-l. ." I. V.
sprhiK- VIcksburK I i"' Iltuf ml utile It a k
sirAiii:r; lbi. Tue-jiav iij is r ii
Prom tMiarftoal fet if nli.t M
Phone- XI nn ls".i KlnltWi I'S
Vm n. Altiltz Com Ant t M Connors Cei. V.
Hound int. J4 w, WeaU cj.a t.erth li.clul!.
Will jea-c wlirtbcat, lout vt licust -.. rC--3ayr
lhurBda and baturdaj at 4 v m.
for Cap Oliardeau ard way landing
Pcon Main 13U Kinloch 13 1
TM. l. IEMTOV. AxfnL
Rise nnd Fnll of the Rivers
For 24 hours ending; at " a, m
t lnil" July 1'. 1301
Stations Dancer ejauce Change
Pfttburg ....: o : -
I'arkersburg .. . 2s n s 3 -1 -
CInctnnati .... W0 if S -1 '
Ixiutsrllle JS a T s
ahvlIle 40 0 IS -ei-
Chattanooga 33 0 - 'i
Floren" 15 0 It ' 1
John-oavllle 10 "
i:varnllle Si n 11 T I :
St Paul ft" i -"
Dubuque 15 0 s 7 -i' l
Davenport 1 0 6 s
Keokuk 1.0 ' t " '
Hannibal 13 J s
IteurJitown 11 0 n -"
Grafton l It t -'
Omaha Is 0 1" "J
Kan.au Cllr . 1.0 1. - .
l.IaBiw . 1- ) 12 4
Itooavllle ...... . . . . ,
Herman . : 1 IT 2 -0 J
M LoUlu 30 0 n s
Chester Si i 1S.S -r
Calms. J5o pse
Memphl 33 0 21
IJttto Rock 3) US . "
IkksburfT 40 31 j ,1-Jh
shrereport 0 W. --; t
New Orleana K 0 11 9 -" i
Rl -Pall. .
EDWARD II BOWIE.
Local Forecast OfScfaL
All rlTtp. in the Bt Uiuls district will con
tinue to fall rapidly- durtnR the next 24 hoars.
Rlrer and Iluslncss.
The harbor rauito yestf rday rhowfd 21 4 ft.
Bustnera alons the Lev fe yesterday was eok.
except that ra.ieiKir bustnfs. as Is mually
the case on Monday, was very poor
The weather rnu fair and extremely hot.
Pstr and continued warm.
B'lle cf Calhoun . . . Hamhiirc
Spread Eagle Grafton
II ild Basle -.- ch-ste
t"aps Girardeau comment"
(Chester Cape Olrardeau
Mlcrobo ... Jp'S'",
Purchase ft Taut
StacKtr Lt Memphis
Corwin II. Hr'ncer Bicur on
City of lTovidence Excursion
India Olvens Lower Mllsfpi I
Spread Eagle U'G"0'i
Cape Girardeau Commerce
City ot Savannah Tennrs-es River
Corwtn H. s-p,nCer Excursion
City of Providence Excursion
Arrivals 1 o-Dny.
Grey Eagle ' ?n'
fcprcad Eagle Grafton
Snread Kagle .. Oration
Chester Caps Glrardenir
Stacker I. e Memphis
llald Eagle Chester
River Rlnlto Brevities.
All boats comlrg into St Louis yepterdav
carried good cargoecs of wheat. About 10,e)
sacks in all were landed.
It I" expected that the Phtlllpps Ttros.
will arrive tn St Louis to-day or to-morrow
with their new harve-t boat, the Blanche, bh
will run to Mozter. majilnc alternating trips
The Cheter came in" yesterday from Cap
Girardeau with a geod trip of freight and .1
fair lift of passenger She carried e-everal hun
dred sacks ot new potatoes, fane will depart to
day. The Stacker Loo. which arrived yesterdav
with a good patronnce, .ncltidlng 6 ou0 sacks of
wheat. Is now receiving freight and passage rs
for her regular trip to Memphis, faho depart
at 5 p. m to day
Hie Citv of sauniuli cleared ye.terda,v aft
erroon fir the Tennei.ee Hiver carrying a goott
trip ot freight anii p List ngers sj,,, wni rneei
the Citv of Memphis mar Ca'ro. The latter
boat is elite her- 'ihur'day
The Kald Fagle will Knvo at 4 r m to-day
for ejhestfr and sn Mirys Her cargo yester
day tnclude-d l.vii wrl.s of wheat
The India Glvens is doing a good business
In thi fct liul County who it trad" sh. iuk s
a daily run of rfty mllen down the river. SI j
carried about 3 Om sichi yesterday
-the Grev lile vill arrlv- to-dav freni
l'eorta with a coe-t trp of passengers, fane will
b- out to morrow ut 4 p ni.
The Iira will nnke threo trips to Mozler
this week, departing Tuesday. Thursday and
Tho pleasure' boat Mlcrole arrived here Pun
dav from Chicago -.h- has on board a cornptin"
of eicht irson. who will remiln several dvs
to visit tho Filr Tho lat U anchored at tli-ft.-ot
of Itarti n lreet
The GaUareo. from Ii e-rose. an the 1'ur
ehasi from sj Piul. eaeh nrrlied yestereiay
with Worlds Pair eiciirMionlsts
Kannas rlty. July 14 Wheat lower; July
S:Hi. sept Tvl.JlTc. I we. 7jS;siic: cash No.
2 hard 91ft!!?c new oM 'm No. 3 new SStrSKr.
old 3:c; .So. 2 nsl Ssft'fc. No 1 s:iiD4o. t rn
higher, July 4v"(,e .Sipt lsi,c. IT 41!4e'; cash
No 1 mixed 5.ra32V', No I ..I'lulVro, No. 2
white Wisr, No J 3Io Oats steady; No 2
whltf 40'i42c. N'o 2 mUeei JSc Hay lower,
iholte tlmotliv J3"iibi il'; rh )lco prairie Xf$
10 Uye steady at sjo Receipts Wheat 12.Siij.
com 7.2W), oats .. r."i. ""hlpnieuts W heat 10.
k". corn. 17 60t; oats. mine.
Chicago, tulv 1? Cash ejuotatlons were al
follows. Flour was quiet, but firm Wheat
No. 2 s-prirg sscfiil 01, N'o 1 3i('jc Corn No.
J 49C-C No 1 vellow vai'G0;t.c. evats N'o 2
42!.c. No. 3 white (Ciill'io Rarlev Ojod feedtng
2Ji 18c, fair to e hoi o malting 425rV0c. Heedj
I'rlmo timothy C-i, clover, contract grsd".
flOTIl I"rovt.lons Mess pork. p"r hbt .
12 MI 13.90; lard, per lft) lbs . Vi WttH sfli; short
ribs sties (loose) J7 23.7.t: short ctsr
sides (bvd , Xl.zyi? SO. W'hl'ky, basis of hteU
X r-&rv??vvz-tfrA ) Tf-i - r x-s'
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