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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MAY 31. 1900.
MERCANTILE TRUST GO.
EIGHTH AND LOCUST STS.
FESTUS J. WADE, President. GEO. W. WILSON, Treasurer.
2 PAID ON DAILY BALANCES.
4 PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES.
496 PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS.
The way Barr's are selllns dry sooJ" non
makes it worth walking iluwritimn to buy
them. All our f-ummer ;o ds have liaJ the
prices temptingly re-marked N t. but the
Lmve Ces.rve the Ljrsaii.s in such crista
HARDIN COLLEGE EXERCISES.
iiddrefes to GniiliKit.-s Tiif Honors
Mexico. Mo . May The crmmer.rrmrnt
exercise)! at Hardin College were conducted
at Hardin conservatorv in this city to
nlKht. The address In the Kraduatlns class
was eiellvcreel ly the lioverend J J. 1'or
ter of I'irst Uapte-t Church this city, l'ol
lowlrir are the names of the sraduau-e and
proficients of the ve.ir:
Graduates m Literary i-ounp-wa aiar
cedls Cha'tin. A. It.. Glenwo.i.1. Mo.. lldna
Hates Linn. A 1!. Mexico. Mo.; Mabel
Kstello Jesse It. I,. Mexico. Mo; i:v:i
Matthew?, 1! I- Join-slioro. Ark.. Majb.'lio
Claiborne Shellon. 1!. I., I-m-aster. Mo;
Virginia riorei Y-inev. U L. Mexico.
Graduates in Mule Edna Thomas Mor
ris. Sedaha M. . nieanor Scott. Monro,
City. Mo . n ra i:i II. ne Thomas I'aola.
Kas.; Gertrede t'aridire 'frump. Paola,
Mo.. palsv Wood. Windsor. Mo
Graduates in Vocal Kipre-s-Ion l.'mmi
nilzalvtl ILihl.T. Lldorailo Sprins-. -Mo.
I'roflclerts in Voie Flora Thomas, I'.inli,
Kas.; Ki'na Morn- Sedaha. Mo . Kmma
Uabler Kldonio Spring" Mo., Mary ilouts,
Kansas t in. Jk
lToflrlcn, v n SinsinR- Myra Pavls.
Charleston. Ill . -Mrs. I .M. Saunders. Me
Proficients' in Piano Kllzabeth r.irmo-.
West Plains. Mi ; Leah Kendall. Sil-eMon.
Mo.; Pearl Pirsley. Tina. Mo . Valtle
Hatcher. Xorbornc. .lo ; Lucie Clark. Uu
reka Springs. Arl;.; Alberta. K'lincll. Far
FolIo-nlnc are the honors won elunns tho
First honor., prize planee Mits Flora
Thomas. Pa la. Kis.
Second "honor?, gold medal Mies Myra
Davis. Charleston. Mo.
Third honors Mr? Saunders. Mexico. Mo.
First hon.irs. sold modil-Miss L'mma
Babler. Kldorado Sprinps.. Mo.
Second honors MI- Allie Simpson. Kldo
raJo Springs. Mo.
Scharwonhn me lal for seniors MKs Flora
Thomas. Paola. Has.
Scharwenka medal for Juniors Miss Ica!i
Kendall. Sik, ston. Mo
ChiU. cold initial Mi's Gertrude Hayner
Child. silver medal Miss Svdney Ilouts
ieaai tor ch'.r.a work Miss Stella
per. -Mexico. Mo.
Medal r r iater color" Miss May
yee.te.sev. .AlhiU Ml . HI. i2S
jiecai lor c.nerai iniprovemr--: Miss Vr
ra Mane Walsh. Topeka. K.is. "
Srerrtary Ilnnisfi Old iVoi.Ie's Ilomr-
Mrs. Anne N'cl-on writer from tsi v.Vs
North avenue Cn uco. III.: 'I am very
pleased to a-l:nonPlst the veiv valuable
curatlte morlt c: Pe.-ru-na. epr i illv in
cares cf st.-ma'-h trnulile and ...... raf ,i, '
hility. I (in -o.-is iousiv rixomaicnu it as
a Srst-class tnedirin. ."
Teia.i l.eller Carriers .Meet.
RErum.ii' s-n:t i vu
Dallas. Tex . M iv M. Tho Tcii I'r
CIers Association met in annual Miiti
Convention in Dallas to-d.iv i "K'.it..s
werepres,n ir..m I.Ulas. G.iheston. Hous
ton. Sherman. Pons. j.-rt Worth. Temple
Ccrsicira and Gro.nvllle A-Jcresso-; v e-o
'JTP!d,IW0''t'"ilstrr n'J-eary vf Dallas
and V.. O Gnme. pred.-nt of the n.o
clatlon. of Paris. A banquet and musi
cal entertainment were Kivon tho visiting
dflejatrs at the Ori-nt:t! Iitei to-nlsht
The Postma'-ers bi.it" As-oLia;ton Is to
held Ps annual mec-lns at Dallas un
Iteil Circle PI!N Assist the Liter.
Xature will do the rest The br-t liter.
ktiiey and stomach riinbin ition on tirth
Xo causea no Bnpir.K " nt lor a dose. All
urugsists, 15 cents a box.
Aeern I'oIKieinn Arrested.
Texarkana. Tex . May r.0 -The ikjIIco of
tais city to-da arresttd It. I. Crump :i
prominent r.. s.-o politician, ai.d a ntro
land leader, named Will Kims Uoth w re
rent to Jail. In the last Ku daysjover J")
w"orth of kockIs have been stolen from m''r
chants here A music-house I.st $ worth
of instruments and a millinery store w.is
robbed of twelve osi!y hats h. n the
negroes were nrres:eI som- Instruments
foucd In their ptscssioi- wire r. turne,! to
the firm. The luthorltles ar.- after 'i. rt
who are believed to lie Implicated In tho
Tie Det Prescription for M.tlitrla
CMI and i'evrr Is a liottl- of Orut.. Ta'elsi
tUl Tcnic It ij s.n.ly iron and quinine la a
Wtt3 form. No .ar uj t,aj. l'rice iOc.
Clonilhnrst Caused I'laod.
REPrnuf .spu iai.
Htyorth. 111.. M-y itt Thin nftinocn .a
otl-age cf rain In the nature of a -.onlburst
cuued sr.-at damage alons the banks of :i
smill stream close to this l)Iae. The stream
row go rapidly that In ten minutes from the
time the Jim drops of rain fell the water
had risen to th- first lloor windows of
hcuscs. People w're driven to wceond strnes
and the occupants of on s'nrv house... wen;
torced to escae as hest they could. II-tss,
eatt. hORS and hlekens were drowm .1.
Honsfs, barn.T and stacks v..-r- c.irrieil awav
There were n. uunibir of narrow es"apes
Mr. Hobli Mahrr. .ittiirnr.v-at.Ian,
TV'rites from Kansas Cltv. Kas : I am
very plad to aiid my titimomal to the
many I havo read of the value of Pe-ru-na
as a tonic. I know by personal w
Eerfence of its value. '
LOUIS C. EOHLE UVERV CO.
lDEltrAKCUP AND EMUAitERsJ
(Carriages . $3.00 y Hearses ..$6.00
Wit Cloth Cc"ket. rirst-CIi's fll!. U ar.d
GLOBE STABLE, U22 CHESTNUT ST.
TELEPHONE. MAIN U7.
BLOTT On Tuesilav Mil Z 1W at 113 p.
. Taylor, tin cf the tare T.T-trr nto
rvreral 3rSH take plaee Tliurs.)at il.if SI. at 2
P- m.. from Nett atliedral hajwl. M-rj ian-I
end Xewstead a.v ci.ues. Interccnt pmale.
IX)N"AI.I)?OXOn Mn " I". at R.t!er Citt.
Ore, Charles if. Donaldson. In lis t?ivi-fift!i
Puseral frrm ronc.s of Sm ficrs t'n.Iertikln
Ccnrpany. N'o lt'i I'lite. strst. r,n Thurrda,
S-aj" 31, et In m . t.. i;cil for-tame Omettrj.
CUAKE- Afur a i-tere 1IIn9s at th J-f-'ral
llewr'tal Josei-il H. Pr.:i., lil,..-.l l.renilcr
or Mrs, Frank IPitm.t.r. ajid zx vearj.
Funeral serviees tvere hrf.l at Va,?jn-r nni.r
taVlns partnrs v-. "lite, -trel. Weiinesii
temnir;, Hay J). !-) nt c o'cl.-k. by Msmrl
lslj., v0 jvnlKhts of J'jthias. :nnns
to Mount Ajr. I.i.. f,.r burial same cvnln.
IIOVTAnD On vreilnrs.!ay. Jlar i !?. at St.
. Marj. Innnaary. lt.or.Io i:.. .tauuhter of the
law Will j. ana Margaret C lloivard. ae.i 11
Funeral fron St. Xavier-n Church, Creir. June
i- at :C0 o'cluck a. m . to Calvary Cemetery.
KLEB On Wednesday. May 2il. IM, at 3.11 p.
.. JosfMlll V A IvlAli- Iwlml a..,. .t t'lrrnru
Ktb tneo Becker anj tirother nr tleonre. ir.rr-
mann. Ll.lla, Arthur. Oattav. AlWrt and Jwra
Puneral ISfld-iv at 2 r nl. rrierJs and rela
tors of the far.lly are lnviu-d to it'.cnj.
MADDEN' Honda jr. Mav H. 1J0O. at 11 -Zd
o'clock p. in , Thomas, beloved s,.n of John an.I
Mary Madden, and brother of Michael and Katt.
Madden ard Mrs. Mamie Hrldgeman. aged Z?
rtera jo months and 15 d.t.
. . The funeral will take place Thursday. Slut int ,
at S o'clock a :n . from f-tmily rest lence. No
2710 Clark avenue, to bt. Milaehi's Church, thence
to Calvary Cemetery. Citends are lnlt-d to at-
t tend. Deceased was a member of Home I'co-
.".tective Circle, llrancb Ko. IIS.
.. P TRICK--In Pueblo. Colo., en Monday. May
.g- ISflfj, ):iua lane I-atrick re!i t of the late
William Iatrlck. aged Ti car
Funeral from tl'e residence if M- .Tubus C.
"rue. JtTo. rsw ruclld avenue. un FrlJaj, June I.
tt. m. Interment pilt ate.
PEACHES WILL BE
LARGE AND PLENTIFUL
Texas and Aikansas Will Market
Iliindreds of Car Loads in
Third street commission ra(i:, niio have
been investi;;itins the prospect for the
crr.mns peach crop, say that from present
indications the crop will be one of the
larsest and finest on record, and lovtrs of
this luclous fruit are now assured t.f a
plentiful MippI) at reasonable prices.
It ua.s Ktnerallv biit)jioed that the late
fnsts had ruined the peach crop through
out the South and Vt. b'H a close In
tttlqatIon leveals the fact that the frost,
by thinning out the buds, allotted the fruit
to devt lop more fully, and Instead of be
ing Injurious, proved Leticticial to the crop.
The rtm.tlnmK fruit ha matured rapidly
and promises to bo of excellent quality.
P. M. Klely. who has Just returntd from
a trip through the peath-grottins dUtrict
if Texas and Arkansas. In sr-'akins of the
"Texas v. ill have pear he enough to sup
ply all of the larire W.-tern markets, while
her shipments last, and Jacksonville alone,
which is in the heart of the linest belt of
Texas, will ship out ever 4 carloads of
peaches this season. A co-d portion of the
'top Is of the Alberta variety, which is
the I .ft variety cultivated for commercial
"Xot only will the Tt-c.is crop be large,
but the crop will he universally Iar;te in
thN country this season, and every State
in the South and West will have peaches
to market. California will be the only suf
ferer on account of the large supply, as she
vili not have the ame opportunity to mar
ket her bis crop that she has enJoed for
t!i past two seasons.
'Ti to this time receipts have arrived In
poor condition, as they have been mere r
less bruised when packed, and th-se bruises
show up ,m arrival In discolored and d.
rar.d spots, so that the fruit N not reli i
ble, and dealers are timid about bu.tinff."
J. I. Pea of Van iiuren. Ark.. wN is one
of the heatiesj shippers of r-'rtsfc.ttle fruit
In tho countr.-, is in the city making ar
ranBements to market the Arkansas crop.
In speakinir of the prospects in tint St.'te.
Mr. Ilea said "Peaches in Arkansas v. ill
be plentifil and of unu.-ua'!y line (jinllty.
The buik of the crop will be of the Alberta
variety. Van Huren will becin to ship
about Julv ?', when the Texas crop has
been about marketed, ami the Van Huron
Clsjtrlet alone will ship over lift crs
Gcorsli. Alabnmt and Mi-slxippi T. ill
each have an t.n-.suillt larire ptaeli crop
th.s season, as the railroads h!te done
much to t-ncourjKo pea..h gror ii.i; m taat
The St. Imis rountv travvherrv season
is now at its h.-i.ht and ihe coun'tj never
btfore raiset a rop of such size or quality
as that nor b'!ij marketed. Shiptn. nts of
straw lorries from S: l.ouis to t.rher mar
kets f.,r the past three d.ns hive ranced
from ttn to twenty carload, a daj.
SHOE MACHINERY DEAL
Ilamillon-llrown L'otniiaay Will
Own Its Machines."
Treasurer K K. Spencer of the Hamllton
Hrown Shoe company ins been in lirook
Itn. A. V . Mnce Mav 11. completing ne.
Kotiations tor the transfer o: stock of th
h.nning Ijstini; MaeWn.. Oimpinv of St"
I.cois to thr Stand ird Shoe Maehlr.erv Cnn
piny of lirookijn He probal.I uifr-turn
to st Louis this mornlnir Th- orcmtri
tion of tin- .Mndan companj an.I ab-virp-ton
of the Interests . f the Sinning eompanv
Is Hie result of an .ffort on the part ..f shoe
m .nufaeturers to Iv-come linlcper..ie.it .if
tn- I pjtrtl Sho .tli, hinerv Comp.iv. which
until rteetult eujo.ed practically a' monon
olv of tho lusine.s vtnieli it turned to ac-
oiint by emp!olr.jf a sv.st-m or royaltie-.
Instead of selling fP machines cutrlsht
UecentlV T I. Harrv f l.rnn M-.,..
HrKe manufneturer of I.vnn shoes' who' is
a lo"Khn!lr and dlrectf.r In Him str.in.iir.i
company, put in his r.-rt.trv sets ,f that
compinv's machines with th- result ti, ,,
the I i.ited compdin attempteil to rem'ov
Its maehln. s from the far to v. An Iritune
tlon was pointed to riarry against the mm
ptnv on M.,y it. and two dats later .Mr
Spencer vent East to complete" the nesotl ,i
tions iM-tn-.pii the Sinning anl th Sf.id-'rd
empames. the liusin-s hating Ien ro'n-
The St Louis cr.rr.panv r Ivev t valin
tlon of JliO.frti -,n i K,.;k Ul. ,prtrw j)f.,n,
one-half cah and one-half stock In the
SMndar.' .omp.nv Mr f.jrnee is one of
to- to Khol It rs an.) Is a lirertnr In the
Stan. lard rom..in Sev.r..l other of :h
to. kholders are in rhe IIamIltor-r wn
Sh e omptny The trapsicttr n and 1 e liti
gation with the I'nitel conip.inv will o fol
lowed t.y the substitution of the Srandirl
machines f.,r thoe r.f the rilt.fi e .mianv
In the Hamllton-llrown establisbmn' " and
probably in other St Louis far -orle 'sine.,
th Stfndanl lmeh nes th lie iv:reh.ss-.l
fiutngnt. One result of the litigation i-vs
jie-n a reduction of the rov Utles demind.d
' . m iitf.-u f. .iiiii.aov.
A s,i lieKliinlnir.
"A small pimple came on rny j.-.vv about
an In, h below the ear, on th- left !, f
")' face It gave me ro trouble but s!
I could not g.-t rid of it I tried a number
or remedies, but thev had no effe, t what
ever I had no Idea It was -mj thing serious
until It became verv much inflamed and
bftran to Itch and burn. The sore noii'el
bleeel a li'tle ,hen snb over, but 'vould
never entirely heal. This co:i'nueI for
some time, when mv jw b. gan to swell
with recalo.t sharp, shooting oai-is then
the Cancer lec.-iti to -t !tn, spre.vl 1 w is
greatly alarmed and depressed, and was
on the verge of nervous prostration from
tne pain urd loss of sleep I had heard of
5 S. ri and the re"nnrk lhle eure" It had
made. s ,), terminer! to gltv , , -riil -,s
evervthipg e ls had failed The effect tv-is
vvotnUrftil I cominct-ee-d to improve from
the iir.-t. an.I after taking vernl tKittles
the sore healed entirelt This ws two
vears ago. and I have seen no signs of the
Canerr since Mi he-1th Is as j-ood is It
ever was" Mr. H i-hirer. I.iPlata. Mo.
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
. W I- Hartf tt of Oakland, er-al . I- of tl.e ft
eharl.s i". l'rt.r nf iit ei-ar;
rtp.tlero: a the Lin I'll
.V .1 Is
-S n -.Kik of Mexi'f. i'... i at tli I'lnnters
Crank Y.ieng of Ixnter. e'olo.. Is reKsre.l
at th-.s. uthirn.
. Vlrcii Cot.Mins of Cair..IItrn. Mu . Is a- tho
-Mr. an.I ?Ir. amurj n, Punell of N-
iii. at ine sj 7.1, ..,:a.
K S M:liiizhlin rf Provlderre
ft. I . Is at
tl.e land. II.
-.t M s-'eiter' of JeTerc,n City
Mo.. l at tho
-Lt-I'nltM sIat, i-vn1tr,r j n
Missouri arret. .1 testerdav from V
Is ste.ving at the Southern.
I en lers. n e.f
",; h.Vma"L.,t ''', formerlv of Miswuri. r.r.tr
cf Ildlas. T.-v. .s rcgistere-i at the lli-l.de
, Th"'",1' 1 Taylor of Ilrilsejcrt. Conn.. Is at
tt.c M. Nl, hela
'"'hvard Sadler of Phlladelphli Is 'topnlng at
.Henry A. r.irarm of N'ctv Orleans l5 at the
-Mr and Mrs e A. rratt nf Lltrte ItTck.
ArK . are registered at the rmilierr..
-State S-nttorJ II. Harrison or Kella. Mo., is
at ire Licle.ie.
. -,F. C. Herr r.f Ho'ton. Mjss . is at the L'n-
.- "'. Turner cf Muscosre. I. T . is rcgi:-rftl
at the Iiclctle
-Jerome mil ef Mimjhts. Tcnn . is at th
ti Ml em.
.1 P Smith arrite.1 from Port Worth. Tex.
and irgl-tev ,1 at the Planters
A. M. Stewart cf Chicago la at the St Nicho-
GEORGE J. KOBUSGH.
i;('liiiili:tii McinliiT of llic Kin-lion
iioaid Is Chai-cd Willi ilal-
ft;is;iuf in Of I'm-.
COUNCILMAN KRATZ SOUGHT IT.
Action Grows Out of n Pactional
Fiylit in the Tenth Waul, in
Which Char-ies ()f rraud
An Indictment charsir.s fiearse J. TCa
busch. lit publican member of the Board of
Election Comm!sIonTs. with malfeasance
In office was found by the April Grand
Jury, which made its final report In Judge
Speror's court yesterday. It Is based on
evidence presented by Councilman Charles
Kratz of the Tenth Ward, who accused the
Pesch faction In his warl of comnilttlus
frauds at the recent Eipuli'Iean primaries,
and charged that the Election Conmils
slorrr favored this faction bv substituting
the nam s oT certain persfir.s to ac: as
judets in place of those regularly author
ed. The Indictment was not mad. public yes
terday, but was withheld In order that :i
capias for Mr. Kohuselfs arrest may 1
srvrd in complivncc with the Missouri
At the Kepublican primary, hud last
month to select delegates to the State
Nominating Convention at Kansas Citv. a
contest was. filed In the Tenth Ward by
Mr Kratz. In which he charged that re
peaters had b'en voted Irdiscrlminatelv In
an effort to eaf Prank Warner over I'rtd
Clemens, the Krats candidate.
Mr. Kratz appeared before the Commit
tee of Cre.IentUls at K?nsi city with lit
affidavits tif persons whose names had been
voted at the pilmaries. In the ward and
who declared thy had not visited the
polls on that occasion. At the Kansas City
convi ntion the Kratz delf gate wa seated
by a vcte t 13 to " Mr. Kratz's Ire was
arous d. howtver. and contendlrg that It
was a matter of principle he Appeared be
fore the April Grand Jury on May 10. He
charged thnt George J Kobusch had pur
posely substitute.! the nvmts of Charles
Warner and Alexinder Meytr a judges in
place tif the names lie had subnutted as re
quired bv iatv. Mr. Kratz took his aill
davits Lefore the tlra'd Jurv and ald that
KoLusch had prJctif.iIIy admitttd having
violate, the law in substituting two ne.v
names These judge-. ICr.i'z holds.
re ! I
there for the express purtiose of scu-ln
the rlef. a' of h's fltleiratlon. These . harge
were present"! to the Grard Jurt in full
anl the lndictnu-rt ,' Mr. Kobusth was the
rtsult The IntllLtment i- founded on the
spe 'Illc charge of oppression In fill, e by
the .ill-ged substitution 1 Kobusch of the
two iudgi s of li own sejectlon.
Mr. Kobu'eh was aslosl last night If a
capias h.ul I en s, rv-fd upon iilm. and he
fleclarrd it had not lie did not seem to
take the matter verb. :.sl- and ref s,, to
lielieve the In iictm, r.t h.ul been found
LJalns; him bv the Giand Jn-t He ,:!
irfd.t'd tin r, port In enqihatic terms .nif
said if such an lndittnient had lus-n ffiji.d
l.v the G'nnd Jury It was founded on
charges inspirit bv hypcrntes.
The April Grand Jury, whkh returr-.dthe
indktment against Mr. Kobusch. was t om
po.scd of the Pillowing citlrens:
William E. tSuy of the Muehsra Coal Com
panv. No t3si) Wes,:minst r jilace, Nicholas
Hell, manager Pper warehou, s. . I1U
San I'inr.clsco attn.e. Julius t" liirge,
piesident St. Louis Shovel Companv. No.
SHJ Euclid avenue, Gtorge VV. Iirown. pres
ident Hrown Shoe Companv. No i'ort
land piare. Charles .It. ctitliPert. secret irv
Pranth-Shaw Companv. N e."i. ieirtmer
avenue. Frank P. Fur.ong. m inuf.ieturtrs'
agent. No ij7 Garlleld avenue; Arthur A.
Eddy. No. Elvi Washington avmue. Walter
Hill, presiuent Amerle m Kxtliatige Hank.
No Qf-SI Llndell lioulevarti. Dincan Jov,
cotton merch-int. No. ILT .M.irvl.iud avenue.
Wiiber r Parker, real estate. No. 4IJ7 Pace
avenue, Walter D. Sinimoi.s, president Slfi
nmns Hardware C miar,;. . No :'l t
lufirelaml pi.ue, J.ihn II Spun r. impair
ment manager Graham Par- r Companv No.
rj.2 U.stmlrster place
Mae fif 'h. meir.bf 's of the Grind Jurv
said la.-.: night thai sUfIl.'i .it ett.i. ,-.,. , , l
In en presfute.1 t.galnst .Mr K.ibu-.. h to
w irrant the In ling t.f tin lnli tnit-nt o-i
h. liargis m.nle b; Mr. Kratz. and he
though) 'In in.itlir had b.fii silt.s tlior
blishl b, f le the at tmll had been taken.
AGUINALDO SUPPED AWAY.
He A"Jiiiu ".Viitrgre.s, Out if M.-ijor
Manila. Maj "J) -Major Mirch's bittillon
of the Thlr;. -third lie gnrent has arrived
at Ap.irrl from Kenguet. aft. Ihe hard-s:
if mountain trav-ling. The men were ex
hausted and ragge I I-tvlrg fo'tovvel ier-sii-tetitlv-
on the put posed Agulraldo trail.
They Iml several encounters with the in
sorgents. but found no slqn of Ag ilnaldo
Lieut. mint Jens i: St.-di- of Compinv
L. rortv-ss.yenth Volunteers, eommandlng
a coiiting inrtv !n the uitthern part of
Albaj Province, hid several engagements
with the Insurgents In which seventeen
eif tl e enemy were killed, and twnty-three,
inclu'lmir a Captain, were captured
SIt explosive 1 oralis and .1 number of
valuable Insurgent documents also fell Into
the hnnls ef the American. The scouts
burned the town of Vubl. the !:ead.Uarter.s
of lh' Insurgents.
Sergeant llricklev was killed during a
plight fug-cr-vent near Iligao. Province of
.VII. IV. ve-steTdaj.
Scouts of the Thirty-sKtii and Thlrtv
fonrth regiments hsve captured thlrtt-two
r'lics aid r10 rounds of ammunition In the
TOLD 0FA JOBBERY.
I'eiseli W.intnl ;i Warrant,
lull II Wsl-. ICefnseil.
MIss Hattie Peisrh. who Ixurd with Mrs.
Charles Ilavenoort at s. 11J1 St. Ange
avenue, j-esterdav reported to tne poll e
that while -l.e was abs-nt from her room
Saturday evening, bep.teen 7 and s e.'clock.
Jewels valued at $.-.( .mil in In money were
taken from her trunk She said a voting
man who lives :n the same house had taken
them, and she wanted him orrest-d. She
was referred to the Assistant Prose'Ctitlirr
Attorney, who toll her she did not hive
sullicienr evident e
When she missed htr propertj- she went
to the yo'ji: man In epiestlon and demand
ed tint he return It She said he told her
that he did not have It. but knew who did
He ai,i i,e would take his revolver and
make the fellow return the prooert'. In
half an hour l.e returned with the Jewels
and JTV of the ir-jret, .iyins; thst the man
had lost the .-est of il X nrrests have
Poison In Peitntoes.
The public is bercir.ltig vrlte,i o'er the stlte.
nient recently made that potatoes eoieain a ?
ton called rnlanln. It is announced that netr po
tatcs contain nrarti less than old or imt
that those tthlch hate comrrenrej to sprout are
quite danerou.. This may be true, but it
reeirs odd that pccpl hate l.trel and thrived fir
centuries upon them an.I that their danKer has
Just teen discovered It Is safe to as-ert that
any one -tlth whom potatoes d not airree has
stomach trouble, an! any tn. who has Indigestion.
dTSPT'la. MIIoune. or kldr.ej wealir.e.s n-eds
Hostetter's Stomech Hitter, at once. This meil:ci5
es more than premise, it rures Th- difference
between it and the hundreds of Imitations that
hate sprung up Is that the l!itt s cures per
msr.entlv. -thlle the others only rellete and this
lean the v;t!m Worse than errr Avoid substi
tutes and Insist upon hating the genslse. Try it.
Oreat KntiiiiMasni Kvinn-d liy the
Fifty TlioiiMiml 'i.sitor
BAD WEATHER NO DAMPER.
Conmiander Oordon Uereived With
Continuoiis A pplsmse Judge
l'ea;aii on the Stand The
Iuisvllie. Ky.. May M.-Surrcur.dfd by
waving banners beirlng the fiery cross of
the Confederacy, listening to the cheers
from the throats of 3.i men vvhc wore the
grav. and confronts by the waving hand
kerchieft of hundreds of ladles. General
John P. Gordon. Commander .if the Pnlpsl
Confederate Vetetan". to-day formally
opened the tenth annual reunion, which, in
point of attendance. Is already the largest
ever hell since the Inception of the order.
All things combined to make the occasion
a success, with the exception of the
weather, which was about as disagreea
ble as It well could be. All through the early
hours of the morning rain came down In
streiks. In many cases partly spoiling the
decorations with vvhl h the buildings are so
profusely covered. I.atrr In the morning the
sky cleared, and there was it promise of
line weather, but Just before the hour it
for calling the convention to order, the
clouusj rolled up. hung over the city for a
f w minutes, und then let loose their hold
and fell Into the streets a square yird at a
time. All during the meeting the rain fell
Despite this drawback the opening meet
ing of the reunion was a great success, nv
11 M Ihe hall was well lill.nl. a portion of
the Georgia delegation headed bv .1 drum
corps, came marching in. making the l.ulll
ing ring with martial music and calling
forth eli.ers from those asombled In tho
nan ine uep gallon carried a large Con
federate flair, which It waved with jells and
Ilrbrl Veil Heard.
A vet'ran from Georgia waked the crowd
to genuine enthusiasm when he came in
earning the old battle flag of the Third
Georgia Infantry. Scarcely had he taken his
seat v.hen the band struck up "Dixie." Then
came th old rebtl jell, and It came with a
fire and vigor that never was surpassed
luring the dajs of the war. "The i:.-nnl
lllue Hag." "Mv Maryland" and other
ooks in me war time followed.
me p.atfjrm b.sde Genirn! Povntz
Gtiicral Mmon II. liurktier. the Hev-
v. .vt. jone. Honorable J. II.
san of Texas, the only surviving mem-
of the Cabinet i.f .lefTri.i. Ikit'iu- o..n.
'"' ". 1. taPelt. General J. II West.
!rnl Thomas v. llullitt. Colonel pen
nett H Voung. the Heverend Ciirt.r Helm
J. nes. I in, tor 11 M Palmer and othet-
All through the night special trains ar
r.ve.l wltli elegeate.s to the reunion. It Is
estimated Ihat at least l'i.i mu le bite
an'.ved since ysterd.iv and that the num
ber of strangers within the gates f LouW
vlll Is near Ui.ttM. So far the.e his not
been the slightest trouble in handling the
Maj, r Genera! Pnvntz. commanding the
Ketuel:v oltWon of th- Confederate Ae:
eians. called the r, urion to or.br at I
uiilon Hall shortlv alter lr ', lo,-k. Alter
the ,Ieo..gy had been sung bv the as
sembly, which pa. ked the great hill t. the
d,.crs. the IS. wild J V. Illiam J.m,-, ehap-la'n-in-cliief.
made a sh rt prater, and then
General P.itntz Introdiieed .'later Weaver
of Iajulsvllie. vtho welcomed the visitors to
Addresses eif Welcome.
Then came a series of shirt welcomln"
addresses. Colonel Thomas W. Itullltt e-
tendtd .1 greeting on behalf ..f th.. n.em-
bers of the lioird of Trade. The Peter
end Carter Helm Jones spoke for the Com
ntn1.1l t lub Atttla Ce. for the I'inanee
Committee of the reunlm; Judge Hazlerigg
of the Supreme Court of Kentucky, on be
half of the Kentuckv division of "the Con
federate Veterans. The last wrl.-umliig ad
drtss of the el.iv was delitend llv Gen, r.il
Simon Kollvar liurktier. who spike for the
Confederates of Kentmkv
Colonel ISernett II. V'eiur.g of ibis cltv,
chairman ot the Iteunlon I onimlttee- pre
s.titd the building to the veterans in .m
General J. dm I! Gordon. Comm.ind.'r of
the Pnued Conf, der.it Veterans, re-p.iti.l-e.l
to the address of e'olor.I Vou-g. tlen-e-ral
Gordon was reielvrd vlth enthtisiast
! , heers is -... !i wis received with
great applause at iresi-iient Intervals -
As Genera! Gordon resumed his seat. Gen
eral Pojntz, In a neat lutro.luctorv spe'ech.
brought forward the Peverend it M.
I'.ilmer of NVw url. atis. who delivered the
At the conclusion of the nddress eif Doc
tor Palmer the- meeting adjoiirnetl for the
day. after appointing Committer em Cre
dentials and Itesolutiims, wblch are to re
port to-morrow morning
The State's lying west of tif MIs"?lppI
Liver are more largelv representcl at the
Cenfeelerate reunion than .mv otheis, e
c, pt Kentuckj-. Tennessee and Georgia. Mi-eve
url ins mav he si-en em evej-- hand Ar
kansas has sent several camps Pine Hluff
aloi.e has thirty men with the Second Ilrl
gade The Teans swarm eterytvhtre like
bes. At the .Missouri and Texas heidepur
ters at the ciy Hal! there has Iw-n a Jam
all on. and Ihe appro ich t the Ark.risis
heamunrti-rs at Fifth and Main str.ets is a
m.ttt.r nf .lltiicultj
Hesplte theexces.ive heat, followed bv two
hard rainstorms, the tisjiors from across
the great rlve-r have deported (heinselvs
wen ihe doors eir private hom,s hav
be.-n tlirown opm lo th"m and manv are
being e ntertalnesj there as guests
There was but one mishap to the delegi
tlon during the, day. S. C McGulre of
Hardin, H.ij- Countv Mo. who wis a mem
ber of the Firt Missouri Cavalrv- tltinng
the war. was taken violently III atthe Mis.
soiiri headquarters! it the city lull to-elev
Cojonei John II. Hancock, in chnrge of the
beailituarters. had him convey,,, to the City
Ilcpplml. where prompt attention was given
to 1 Itn. and he- whs soon revived. His ail
meuit ressembleil iinstrok,.. m, kin-nun.
James McGulre of Liwrcnce!,urg. Ky , is
also In the cltv attending the reunion, but
the committee, has been unable to locate
Itifleletifs r die Day.
Genera' J. If Heagan of Tet;i". the onlv
nrvlvor of the Confederate Cabinet, ar
rived this mcrnlng and registered at the
Texas he.ideiuarte-rs In fh ity Hall. He
iind Mi party were nftertvards escorted to
the ressldence eif Malor John II I'lrtle.
vt here Judge ite-agnn will be entertatn'd
A Moral easel was t--et up early this mor.
ln,r at the Arkansas headquarters In mom
my or rnomas c Hlnuman. General Hind
man survived the war. but was shot by an
unknown assassin while sitting nule-tly In
hit home at Helena. Gj.. In Hw. The
Hsassn levele-d his gun through the crack
cf the door and rwapeii. Tie- frame of the
memorial e-nsei is wr"athed In smllav. and
the bodv of the design U a ("onfi-derate (lag
be.tntlfullv and accurately worked in art'
Ilcl.il flowers. A portrait of the deceased
General, framed In black, was placed ;et
the base of the enel.
Colonel James Powers of Sltielv-Sit, S
C anl Captain H C. Hcgerx of
Tetas arrived th! morning to vllt their
s-'ster. Mrs. Jl.-ery IS. Clay, anel their
niece'. Mrs William I.. Lv-cns of llrst street
during the reunion There Is an Interest
ing little storj" to be telle! In conne-ction with
this announcement The Rogers brothers
ore natives of Hourbon County. Kentucky
Thev we-re gallint Confedenile seddier". In
deesl General John C. Ilreckinrldge slid
"Little Hiram Pogers. vtho was 11 mere bcy
ein my staff, was one of the bravest men
I ever saw."
After the vtar the brothers seoirated. One
went to South Carolina and the other to
Texas Last night nt "hatta-,onga. Tcnn..
thi'.v met for the ilr..t time In thirty years,
to come to the reunion together, anl It is
certain no old coldiers In the citj" to-day
will have .1 happier time than tnese two
John Stlth. a Texan, while standing at
Sixth and Mali streets, felt a tug at his
watch chain. He looked around and saw .1
strange man going avvnj- with his gold
watch. He grabbed him and handed him
over to tlie police. In court tne stranger
gave his came as John Smith of Cham
paign. III. Judge Hacklej- thought the
Champaign youth was too effervescent. He
gve htm STrti and six months. In default
of money for the line he went to the work
house. At Pritnte llonses.
Among thne whei are being privately en
tertained as the guests of friends and rela
tives Missouri and the Southwest arc nut
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought lias borno .lie signa
ture of Chas. If. Fletcher, nucl has lieen made under his
pergonal .supervision for over IfO years. Allow no ouo
to deceive you in this. Counterfoils, Imitations and
'.Tust-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger tko
health ut' Children Experience :iraiut Experiment. "
The Kind You Have Always Bought
J nt!e toppled if
AD4.H ROTH UKOCIinT CO.
! A DAY.
BELL TELEPHONE CO. OF MO.
lacking. Arr.cnc the guests of Mrs. An
drew Mroaildus Is lieu Collins of Texar
kana. Mr. Henrj' A. Meyer and MNs Lily
Meyer of Vaji Huren. Ark are v.lfti Judge
I. U I!urr.tt The ISev.Tcnd J. Js. Hltner
of MKsourt Is with Henry Hatcler. A. Pal
lard of l"ort Worth, Tex.. Is the guest of
J P Al.-ar.,lfr eif Arkan-as is with Mrs.
George rt. Urovin, Judge Alfred Kdwards
e.f Texas is nitli Ceilonel J. W. Itotvle.s.
Jai o'o Williams of Arkansas with Capiat:.
J T. Games It M. Hughes and famllj.
San Antonio. Te with Mrs. John W.
Hut;hes. Captain c. W l.l'eae. Helpn.i.
Ark. and ixicler Climbs Kh irt. Little
Itoe-k. Ark . with ri.seo.. Hindm-in .Vir and
Mrs Jam: of Wentzvlllt. Mo., wl'h Mrs
J W Jacobs
Mr. and Mrs. IS. J MeGowan and
Warren MrGow..n. .Wvada. Mo., is with
Mis Lrcma Wvcoff. 1'nrini r overnor
Hector eif Little lSoclc and Mr. Uogis of
.Missouri with Sir I-owrv.
Judge and .Mrs John II. ISeagan eif .u
t:n. l.x. with Major Je.hti II J'lrtle Judge
S I". Grimes. Cuero. T.-.. with Joseph IV -tes
Cedoii.-I and Mrs r- P I! Morse,
Houston Tex Ml .s Lam a Franklin, spoti-.-or
for IJiik How man Camp. Texa.s. Miss
Kva Tubhles. Te-vas. maid of honor Mt-s
Julia Maj- Mor'e, Texas, m.ild of honor.
an.I Albert Mm e, Houston. Tex., are with
Mrs Iiudiey S lle-vnolds and .Mrs. s. (--.
Moirte Mr rr.d Mis IS J Polk. Little
Hoik. Ark.. viMi Mrs. W A. ISobInr.
John W. Tailor of Kansas CISV Is visit
ing John P t'tarl: Judge A. W Mclvir.
.Mts William lSeeves and Miss Alen t
Heeies. Cniiitvell. Tex., and Colonel W. P.
Woeidv. Kotkdde, Tex . are with lien-tor S.
l: Woody Mrs. Singleton Wilson. Pinrk
ntyvlll. 111., vlth -Mr. Trevar II. Whaj'ne.
teem nil V M. Cut kr, 11 anl daughter of
Missouri are v siting I. K. Williams. Mt-
.1. II Ilolawav of Sprlng!lI,l. Mo. with
Captain and Mrs W M. M.irrnitt Do t if
.ami Mrs J I) Fields. Manor. Tex., with T.
N" Williams Miss Croons of S: Louis with
Mrs. w II Webb General It. C. Gofan of
Arkansis with John Caldwell Davidson
inorg thiee who I1.1v" b'en assigned to
places wlieT homes have been ojened are
members of Wrap Tis Gerer.il M M Par
sins, of Jefferson Citv. Mo. with K T.
Haildov. A. W. Williams. Missouri, with
Mrs !" M Smlck. foil- e-anips. l"nsou.
Ml! iretl !". John Pelh.im. John A. Ilud-on
and I'pshur CountJ". all from Texas, with
Mrs c Tieon. members eif Camp Confede'r
,ite Survivors' Assoilatlon of South Cina
thau I T. with Mrs M. I). Thompson,
MNs Ida I-ips!ey. Ind-pend-nr. Mo. with
Mrs Giltner. Doctor and Mr Fields of
Manor. Te . with Miss Fowler; M. S. Mer
Inethesr .ind five friends. Parngould, Ark.,
with Mrs. j. Southard
tjeneral ISee-ves and staff of Camden, Ark.,
a total ef twenty-live, are at the. Fifth
Avi.ue Hotel; G-neril McCoy and staff
with loo othe'r Arkansas vet, rnns. ar- at the
Pourlein Housi General J M Arnold end
Captain W II. Ieickhart of X..wp..rt. Ark.,
are at llufers's Hotel, and Jame-s Gordon
I.inkford and daughter of .Marshall. Mo.,
jr. at the St Cloud Hotel
Throurli Sleep.'rs, and Through Dining
ars tie New ,frk and llosloti, via the Pig
ST MAUL S KirrK A strnvltrry f.'le tt II
be git en tor the fiuild of l. Mark's etoirch
next Tuesla. fr,.m 4 to U p m.. eai the recttiry
urounds. No lei Washington bijulcvard.
IOHN N.VCVLLI MISSING -Ie.hn Nacillt. J)
years ..1.1, bus been missing from Ids home at
lr1- North i:tphih stiy:. -inop MtnUi
Police un req'JitfJ yrvtxtiay to ma I. a
search fur lilm.
JV'Y MI?!NC -I.NK MONIJAV Tim poM.
Iiatf l-s-ri avkM t lick for NI--h-la- 1itk U
j'.ir-s .M. .f No lis N-irt.i .uttt-mh tr---t
TI. l'v Iclt th- Kju MonJjy niornlni: t. ew
t -r!i.K I, catfhtnR h rll on -i pMllr- -R-agoa.
1n o tti n nut hi us !' tn vt htm.
MHHAHY STATION OlIAJvCITlio I'trtSiC
Ibr.trr rt.tti"n. t-lilWi -fta--fornixrrl-.- lm"vtM at
jif.itt -tpil N-tra-ka a-"nii-?. han Itrn re
nnttl to th- store ? tli I . Mj-r Iru
(ornuun.. at Iifai--ttt a n'l "alifonit i aini:.
oti't'tlo-'i- anj d-iA-ri3 "111 ! mttJ- tlail-r
MiTir .vih:.iy m;.i:iTiON r.fTtim
r. tr- la-i- of lo f .Smith A-aIinv tiiil le
Klun v the frmsli.til inI t--ah-rs nf the ln-
iiiti:i.n at ttn a.lt-rny hall. lr i-1.it nlhr
Th p.nnii'ss fir I hi xi-tun ar- t.i l til
JJtJun-s Jam- Aull. William K. tith ;tvn
fani(rh-ii. tmis-r I tiirrt-sn. William S iianl
Ine- 1'11-t if J.-hnson, lo-lnjan Klntf. Ionl-ia-t
II I-ii.11p. rortcr MHrqif. Willi mi A
i'iUvT. Kslniri It .-il.trtt arni VIhta, t Tr y
WOMAN STXItlinii-IJHI-' Smith ,Z No 2:S
IVplar Ptrt futir.l lIn In h-r t-l at
2 . lock .-? rl.i niurninR, Mrr'tlme; from a
w.jurnt In thf If t ljrra-;t hr aM tht a iieirro
h.init-il Jttlinr.i ha-l tal;lrt,l her. Hrf -vas
i"erjt n tin- lty IJin-fitetl. where her .r.m.i-tlon
ums tri'rtiini,etl nt -s-ertouf I p-n liiiierili;atl n
It ww fTin-l that he was -stabtl In a Unlit
with Itancy la flue in the alley In tie reir o
N - --Hjuth toinl ytreet. He made his i-itil-.
nu.iG.-: f.WK oi'i:.vixr;. Tiie .ninjr t.t
liie new luvillnn at I'lirlK'S vV-if "Till 1-t- ele-
1 rated this- eteninv nlth a j;anl-n euchre rart.
mwler the ju-irttvs of Imma ulate toiici'flori
l'arl.h A nutnlHT vt aluable prizes HI !--llftrU'Hte.1
am-.ni; the winners, anmrtkr them a
Knurn tickf-t fur tl.e .peia at i hris. in on
lrMa eenlng, under the an.e autMre.( a rto
fert will he len at the avt. in which Mr
aii ntuil-fif.jnl and ther5 if the I'lnlR"" -"ive
i-ra .mpHiiy will t.-rV.e part The UuMnjeln.
i liu utll render "Voun-j larhlniar.''
I'ltF:Tr.N!)F.I HNCMKHATOH- A man pre.e-,t-Inp
tt le a vni"i' enumerator has t-n ctll
1m nn fmnMieit in the Wet Kni. a.klnz f.r the
lur.n f all the nieruhept of the family uho
ha.e dil within the Ja-t ten year. Se-eril
wonifn whom ho hi a;ipniacheI, anI who w-re
putU-'oil- of h identity. iue--itiMiej him rIoelv
and wri:n(-r frr-m him the reluctant admlion that
he wa an aCs-nt for a puMihintf hcue wteh
wa Mlltnc meimir-aN and thit he wanted the
names f,.r th- cnMance of an ail-stanr. whi
w-ouM 'nil later ivlth -.imi'l- of the niTrmrials
to ulli It sutcrliition".
IN THE COUNTY.
V mrriase liecn'e teas lued at f"I.vton tes
ter lar to ent-t Kersieck and Mamie jtorsh rs
t-ctr. ef central
John Rc-roW plead aulltv jesteiday n .lu.tne
;r-er.sfe!,Vr's court at faytcn to a chame of
assaulllnn Alfre.1 Lef'bim of Webster Grotes
and was ti ed JTe nd costs.
lie li'entwocd, Clayjwv and St. LuuU Kail-
SQUIRREL OATS J
11 Make 1
toM& uiUdUIBi 3
IM THE CITY.
The King of All Talking Machines.
The Zetn.o-pbeine Is a n"W t pe e,f the
Gram-eel hor.e. We offer It In three sl b-s.
Prices Spttm. J."iO and i'ZU T "e differ
ence in price is caiisesi j,v stile iml finish
of the machine ALL of THK.M AISI1
I'KIJI-KCT .MACIIINLS. and will give you
highest satisfaction. There ,ir no Talk
ing Machines nrid" that will equal them
'I lie 7,ein-o-iliiae TALKS. Other ma
chines tr- to talk.
Write for elreulirs. fully ile'SCrlblnrr Ihese
If ton l.uj- en., you will rever regret It.
11. ic. ni i::t.
There. 5!S Xi.rtli M iln Sfeet.
Main 1-02IM. St. Ijiuis, Mo.
State of Missouri. City of St. LouN. ss.r
In the Circuit Court. Cltv of St. Jyiuis.
April 1'tr.m. ltr)
Fridav. .Mav- is. i-a
The Citv- of St. LouH vs Minoie Herv.' Iz
ft il. (Xi. :C13A.)
The .Marshal e,f the City e.f St. Louis, hav
ing made r. turn upon th" iimnKii;. lss-u,d
In this cause, that the defendants! Gilbert
H. Toms a lid Dora Tom-", his wife. Louise
Cemger and F. II. i'oisr, her husband, can
not be found Pi the City of St. leiuis, ami it
ippenrlntr to the s n ? i tl n eif tne Court
from the rilldjvlt this .lav tiled her-ln that
the resid. m of said defendants 1 un
known, and that thej- do not reside within
the State of Missouri.
It Is ordered that suidMefendint-- b" no'i
fld that 1 civil action has bevn commencel
against them and others, the eibjeet and
general niture cf which is to obtain the ap
pointment by this Court of three elistinter
ested ceimmlaioners freeholders of propcr
t.v In said City eif St. Iviui. to ass-ss the
e'amages ninth the etwnersi eif the propertj'
sought to L" apjiropriate.1 and o ndemn'd.
under author'tv of tirdlr.arce No l'siii of
said City eif St Louis, approved June .'.
ISTne, enlltle'd "An ordinance to establish and
open nn alley in citj' block No. 4iv;," may
severallj- sustain bv reason of the nppr
prlatlon and e.imle mnatlon of such real es
tate bv the city for establishine?; and open
In: s.kid alley, and for a judgment of eon
tlemnatliiu of said propertj' for the purp--es
nfores.iel. ard that the twentv-ninth daj' ef
June. IC". hast been tlxd for the hearing of
An I It Is further ordered that a cot.j
heree.f t published aee-ordlng to law in Th"
St Juls Ilepublle and We'stliche Post, the
iwspaiers publishing the journal of the
Asstmblj- of ihe said Citv of St. Loul.
A true eopy from the rnord.
Witness mv hand ami s, :1 of the Circuit
Court Citv of St. Louis, this, twenty-first
vlav of .Mav, i:j.
(Seal of Court.)
r, ad. rnnnlner lsttv.en Prentwi . .1 ana I"eeif.,,a.
Isnnt. throutth e ,atte-i. was opened t - the pill.
Iii jesterdiv The Ilrst ,la a bu.ln.ss v. ,. rustl
ing Thej lime f r m e'tatr. n to .sixth and lesoit
streets is slxty-fite minutes Ye-l-rdir the ca-s
only ran from Clayton t.e reellsllam.nt leitms:
ea. h terminus everv thlnv minutes liy a st stjt
ui.lat President Turner exj. ts t.e hare t-e ruM
e'nniplete.l to Prentw.s.l L,si nlghr a enmpli-ir.-rt'irv
trtlley petlv was irlt.n I.t the .-.imtsintr
t.e ftie snp!. of e"itt"l. 1'ive nrs vrtre ptaeed
e,t tl'rir srti--. nie isirty tt, ut to the ,!!
l.n flaiden. ttliere -ats l,a.l le-n resort ej tor
Nithin Spiriii" ef No. PHI N rth Six'h
Jtfes-t, the. 14-vear old y..ut!l. the w.es a-rest,
v e'kivt ji Tues,ia ,.-t a ,-Iuirge e.f seatin vll
Ireni Mrs i Ii Wolff Jt t.'rlai made a con
tee.lon admitting ttitr he h...l taken the morw-v
rnl had hidden It under t Im-h. It had fceei r
eoteresl tfo:e this however. It Sheriff K. rrli
!Pil Vllen VVenal-r .-plritj"' tr'al was set or
June Z.rd his lerd placd at 5-W.
exT Wnlins.i 'I'ritln.
Ijave St. Louis 1 1 J p m. Arrive Ilostc.n
lOH a. m. second morning, after June .
Three TlmusHnil It.illots.
Georgetown. Tex.. Mity 2V The Twentieth
Senaterlal Convention. representing the
e nntli's of v Illlninson. Iravis ntnl itm
: nett. adjournel from Uurnett to G-'orge-
town vestenlav-. Se far .T.nik) ballots have
leeeii taken, :in. ine uea'iiocK it unoroKen.
Wlll1.ims.in .nut Iturnett countless tote-,1 IS
feir W" D. Vctt. Travis. PI Tor Judge Von
GOOD NKWS TO SUFFER URS
FROM STOMACH TROUI5I.KS.
An Absolute Remedy for Dyspepsia,
Indigestion. Loss of Appetite and
I'e.'fect digestion Is the coriect assimila
tion of to.. 1. each element lindlnir its prop
er destination in t'.e system If In any
munner this has been interrupted, tne
value of an honest unslicine becomes a p.
jiareuit. Hspecially K this true when the
medicine Is callable of sitimul.itinir and plv
ini; tone to the appetite and rejJores the
Kttpepsla Tablets promote eliKi-stlon and
correct all Moinarh disorders. These tab
lets are prep ire',1 In a form which neither
illsturbs the stomach nor injun-s the sys
tem by fre"quent use. The oultkiiess with
which patients f-iln flsh whip- taking this
melltlne Is substantial evidence that tills
remeely Is tertain to i-trensthen and nour
ish the constitution.
This medicine Is the result of repeated
evperiments made by a specialist i!unm;
years of medical practice, and was made
at a time when the- Inv"ntcr had ample
opportunity to test its effects upon himse'f.
The experiments were based upon the
theory that a vigorous system Is .ibsolutely
ne-cessary to restore s'rensth. The result
was the preparation neivv hiiatvn as L'lpcp
sla Tablets. The pectJi.sr curative charac
ter of Lupepsla Tablep: has le-come per
manently established, and Is oftere-el to the
public under an AHSejU'TH GIAISAXTKI-:
to produce Immediate relief from attacks
of dyspepsia., indigestion and all forms of
storiarli troubles, or mom'y will Le re
funded. All elrutjirlsts sell Hupe psl i Tablets. The
sucfe'sR of this remedy has tempted otliers
to offer substitute for sale. Many of these
have been e-xamlned by the inventor eif
Kupepsl.i Tablets- and all of them have
been founil delicient. Those w-antinir a'l
absolute cure for dys-pepsra and stomach
Irreirulantles should be careful to ask for
Eupepsla Tablets nn.l s e that they are
Klveir. nothlnir else If they are not t be
had from your druse-ist vou can Ret a box.
or two weeks' treatment, ellrcct from the
inventor bv sending .".il cents in postage
stamps to Kupepsla Companv, jj: Clark
avenue, St. Louis,, Mo.
. . SELKIRK GO.,
AsJCno and STORAGE
.:':u.12:."", """ Situnlay at warehouse
jrvciukv. ilata ufate. a, A. SUth tu P1ijb
m jm. m
KaciaS bec:in; at 2:rw sharp, rain or
shine. Ae'tnis.-ioti, indudint; Orand
Concert 1.3- Seymour'-- First Regiment
oi-j nlm: mm vv l-vlnino. jl-.vk 5. "
Till: si.:M-,:fl iipkii CO.
- rt:, .-.tj .- .,1 i-rims 1 in-j
Jtr::c ! s-Tl DS-.VT '
The Republic Bureau.
virie-d information of Hotels and ISesorts
r,,'' "' -'t The Iteputdl-'s Information
I uteau. Service cf tli- iiureau absolutely
ex si r
e.r . - I
i1,1'."'.","''1' ' '"'at". IIy furnishes!.
r a; .t tin 1. or. I. rg Dt-,nd s una
11 T. s-l "Itle jn.1 r.nKw.n'
re in m, If r full d.
I n r. 11. Harti. "Il
Jij.lison atr.. N'ee. York Ciry
Camp Lake Hotel,
. ....tie i.nue, tv isennsin
VJrt;n!,'1 av "' P-each Atlantic City. N. J.
J . ,'"V, 1 -n . """dem in every detail. Writs
:-r rt.jKl-t and ry al spring rates
... S S. CIIOCTI-S.
.rcrmerly cf Hyge'a. un Point Ccrrfort.
AVERY niinCM HOTEl.,
South Haifa. Mich
The mj; "hirmJVg resort on Lnkt
Michig- n. Hnl.-ruf I ?rd improved Accom
modations for ""of) gues's Delihtful cli
rnati. S-fe Jlathlng llxccllent -aIlir.0',
Fishing. K' .
ilatei, ..(Hi t tft.'.oo Per tVcck.
Write for Ilookkt.
THE THOBHDIKE, M"g
DcUzhttully Located on Xcrrazsasctt Bay.
Hxte-.. it imj-rt-vemenrs; thoroughly renovated,
ner. lur diuie. etc. nn June to eictober.
P. H. CHESTER & CO.
HOT SPRINGS. VA.
Aevv Hotel Alpliln. caiiarpy 1.7): ntes. SiM
to il.lo per day. :. per weejr ami uinards.
L. C ALPIII.V. grtprletor.
THE 3URFS.DE. '
'te'. Cine Ann. Mass. Salt ea hreejea;
aLt i s
IraTr I t
I. ex elpnt CUL-lne; seftel for lllns
i't. P II Sawyer. Proprietor.
Slsspy Holfow Resort, . run,.
A first-clars family stnirier resort, situated etf
t' e high lnk ..r Like Michlsn. Fine samly
lsa h. 51. r'ng certlv Into the Itlte rr.sTtrlne- nf.
bat'uac ills g If links, baseball, tennis, cro
eiuer er nIs. j inss and a thousand shady
le.- .s. n rH a a , f..f enrerfjlnments everts
evening tu's.ne uix' c.l..d. Kjr particulars ad
rt- s,- ,.tv u;;f vf "south Haven. Mftb.
SAYSROOK POINT, CONN,
P'lnest Cnlt Cemrse on the Coast.
Or-rns Jyne j Ih -ns en suir tntn prlvat.
bates. NV.tiv ele .rated thr utthoat: elevator:
trjuipass.d golf ourse; maCadsm roads, tail.'
Ine b.r ards. tnr.. b. itlrls. linthlns. nshlai
Write for P istnteil b" kt.r
J. II. CHTKIKI,D. -H
Hotel Jeflesein. tnlon e.. Aevr Vorlc.
MnilM:!IXCI XKCK. Ms.
T7in' Jinf l. Flmt IoraiIwi on the North 3hr
K -""tv r i m ha raa vier Sj-cLi ntr for Jun
t'-ntl for iiiijlxjtl,,.c c'rrueir E- U. Hrown. Froi-w
Groenbriar White Sulphur Springs, 7
VIT VI(.IU. f
p.int of rrs-.-31.11. f r th bt rocity of th NortM.
s uth. n.i-'t .m I M-t. J! ' -ror cf nrrcr-a
n-fnt fr r t pr.t-t n Ncx nine-hole goir course
int fr Hlu-tr.-it-.! broklct.
IIAIUUNUTON 3III.r.S5. MiD3ffir.
WnST .END HOTEL AND COTTAGE"-'
Slfaatd on 1 1 - ftclrj: re.jx '
Cetttnire tepen Snturilnr. June !. '
Hotel flepelis Tlirirseliiy. Jnne St.
Jfew Iwrk Of.'iee JU pr adtriv (Tteeir. TSt. .
W. i:. IIILIIItKTIt. 3lcr.
CfWiSVIM,!?. oT.mo. JV
On north H -re of Iike Krle. Ontv an hoi7tii
r-'Ir- f- m Ie-T-... tie mc--t '-eautihil Summer
I.e. rt n .? i eat Lake. Ilathlcr. boatinp.
I'jlKinjr. e- If ! nri- etc
Su eriar a. comn--Iatlon-,i. V pular price!. Olna
hr i:-- ,'tej bo ler. ferr-j etc.. addrvi ;h-
pr .nricT ir. John 1". Antt--lcl Jt tV.. itroix.
I Iff II.
The Switz rl.ind of the West. Siluateertft ,
the r & S. XV. Kates from JT.CO to) Jlinrj
per week, $ii to JJ.J0 rvr day. Tl'rito foe
LookKts to W. II. I'CAUU Prop..
Devil's Lake. Wis. .
FJshsrs island, New YirJc,
A C.MARMlNti SEASIDE RESORT.
m: i: -viii.iis at sr.t.
Tfcr 11 nrs hy JU I Krnm New York City.
T"Vlj f.re Minutes l.y Meipve
JIKETINti VI.L It.VV iUCPKKSS TKAIN?.
OI'K.NS .ILI.V 1ST. '
rvTHINe;. KfiitllN.:. SAII.IN'r:.
MI "sir. I'eVSINO l.IVKP.V. t:nnis.
Fur Illustrated e'lrenlar. aduress. .
A. '1'. JIAl.IL .Maiinuor.
NEW LONDON, CONN.
Fort Griswold House.
Comfortable. Trilkejt hotels, patronized fy
NIt'K p. pie. cfterinK
"A Dr.r.ir;ni,-i.'5t. j".iii:invtiuN of sea-
TIOP.S AND C'OlNTItV LIFtV
llathinir. tsehtinir. fViInff. tseauttful miead-
amtze i risid f.r driving and bltrceenc. ampl)
cn.'r.t.s f r tennis and croepjet. well-aprointed -
t it tArr-TAr:i:,s nrrErt many ixditcb-
J1KXTS Tt) TIKXi: VVIStllNS TO KNJOV
sriUIEIt I.IFK. wan the pflvacv ef their omi
heme, w thitit the InconTenfv-nce ,.f hejti'ekeeninK.
Ctrtulars. ltLANCHAUP & IIV.Ct.lt.
THE STANDAnt IIIR COLORINO
Mr Oray or IMeached Hair. Is it clean,
durabre and perfectly harmless Hair
V l'r -t; The cnkirs nbtalned ars
pert ' ra'ural. Letves the- hair,
. rut If a!, "e'ep and slossv. Sampl '
of huir colored free. Privacy assured.
Send for l'aenphl-t lalPEBIAI
e.'IIE.vr 3IFO. ro. -.V JM 9t -ir-r
an! acplle.1 br M Petersor. ttti N. B"wav.
"rr'.U'!.-''?'1" l'y ''"' Co.. TH B'way. nd
AVniff-vv ts-at iiivz co.. Washlnstoa vaao. -ss
P ?. iSSk rVQB iSS&l
C5RI.GLL JQHUSGH'S MIHST RELS,
r,J V ', "';' ' l-.'".!' Plr.t I-ar -H'ec'i-
A I nit irttl ftmny Mitr.mer eevitt la Smitr-ere-
M A l,."".,'""1 Wcw. enorthl Ceod
liI. is h aetre ei ,, ,.r ,, ,.,
f "' T-l ""'', ,r'"n"'- rtf r.as.naU Te-J