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THE REPUBLIC: T2XCTRSDAY, SEPTEilBEB 6. 1900.
AD.JI KOT1I GHOCEItT CO.
Thpv Form a Union in New York,
Which Seriously Affects Glnmces
of Republican Success.
ORGANIZING IN OTHER CITIES.
Strong Declaration of Principles Is
Adopted in Which the Pres
New York, Sept. 5. One Of the- most Im
portant evidences of a serious defection
from the Republican party, and one which
1-, considered by deep-thinking students of
the political situation as certain to serious
ly affect the chances of Republican victory
at the November elections, is at hand in the
formation of the Irish-American Union.
The Irish-American Union is an organiza
tion formed two weeks ago, and Is com
posed exclusively of former Republicans of
Irish birth ordcscent. who have becomo
dipsatlsfied or disgusted with the policy of
the present national administration in re
gard to foreign affaira WhilS the organisa
tion had its origin and inception in J"w
York, the principles for -which It stands are
such asi appeal to every Irish-American in
the country, and the intention of tho pro
moter; is to form a national organization.
The Irish-American Union was organized
at a meeting held In the Hoffman House in
Sew York August CJ. The call for the meet
ing was signed by such prominent Irish
Americans ah Patrick Egan, former Min
ister to Chill, under President Harrison;
I). F. Colahtn, a prominent attorney nf
New York; Patrick Ford, editor of tho
Irish World; Major Edward T. McCrjrstal,
II. C. Cannon, John D. Carroll, James F.
Hinturn, Michael J. Jennings, Timothy Ri
ordan. James1 Treacy, John McKee, Jere
miah B. Murphy, John W. Donovan, Patrick
O'Meara, all active and prominent men In
business and professional life.
At the HoUman House meeting Patrick
Eg-an was elected president of tho new or
ganization, and D. F. Colahaa secretary and
chairman of tho Executive Committee. Ue
fors adjournment the secretary was In
structed to communicate with prominent
Irish-American Republicans throughout the
country, vita a view to forming similar or
ganizations and cementing the whole Into
a national body. Tho leaders of the move
ment declare that It is certain to wield a
potent and widespread effect In the coming
The organization adopted resolutions ar
raigning the Republican party, which, in
W amiia the Republican administration i
raise to tne teachings or th party of Uncoln.
of Edward, ot hlal e, and declare It. has failed
to maintain the prtacirle. of the rounders ot ib
lUpubllc In that It hs:
First, entered upon an unauthorized and un
necessary war ct conquest and subjugation la
the I hllipplses:
Second, made Porto KIco a colony as of an
Emrlrp. establlihliiff thw novel and monstrous
doctrine that the Constitution doej cot follow
Third. revived the Clayton-Bulwer treaty, which
rrtvlcus American administrations hate held to
. be void:
Fourth. It has truckled to England ro as to
prevent a cc-cId.-at-.on of sympathy v. lth a people
strug-a-llmr to be free;
Fifth. It haa abjectly surrendered to England
1.50 saaare rntles ot territory on the humiliating
plea that the only alternative was a war with
Elrth. it has mede a secret fte-ree-neat whereby
the power ot this Ilepubllo has been turn 1 ovr
to the csb ot Chamberlain anl bis associates.
In the tace cf this record, the union pledges
icsen to unite ait lnea-Arnencans rnr tea en
forcement of the doctrines laid down in the
declaration of Independence: to oppose any form
cf Imperialism and militarism, and any attempt
to force e-ntanitllna; alliances with foreign Fow
ere; to demand an expression cf sympathy with
the Roere. ard. lastlt. to declare the TcnrtM
doctrine one of the cardinal principle! ot jitaet.
A vigorous campaign to put Into effect
frm numnfle nf tha union, and ineub'rile
its principles In the breast of every voter
or insa Dioca in tno unitf-a states, nas
been planned, and organizers will be placed
in every city to form branch organizations.
Prescription No. IS3L by Elmer & Amend,
wJl not cure all complaints, but It will cure
Republican Day In. ICnox County.
Galesburg. 111., Sept E. Tho Knox Coun
ty Fair opened at Knoxville to-day. It was
Republican day, and Judge L. Y. fflierman
of Macomb and Congressman G. "W. Prlee
of Galesburg -were tho Fiieakers. To-morrow
Is Demoeratio day.
Cotrlierd Spealca In Cnionvillr.
Unlonvlllo, Mo., Sept B. Congrepsman W.
8. Cowherd of Kansas City spoke In the
opera-house here to-day. A large audi
ence, at least half Republicans, heard his
arraignment of present administration's
policy of imperialism.
The bargains et Barfs are so attractive
that the street cars from north, south, east
and west will be crowded with eager shop
pers, bound for Ban's, Sixth, Olive and Lo
cust streets. It's a good place to make up
'or lest shopping hours, profitably, too.
Louis C. Bohle Livery Co.,
Undertakers and Eknbalmers.
rarriagea ....?.t.OO (And upwards. accord
Hearse ixu.OOf ir.g to distances.
Black: Cloth Caskets, llrst-clnsa
cooda, $40 and upTrards.
GLOBE STABLE, 1122 Chestnut St.
Telephone Main 817.
CORR1GAN On Wednesday. Eeptember 8. 1.
t $ p. m.. Marzaret Corrican. relict of the late
Jamea Corrtfiaa, and beloved mother of John F.
Residence. SUA St Louis avenue. Due notice
ef funeral will be given.
HANLT Mrs. Laura Hardy, wife of the late
Uernard Ilatily. died at her home, near rlorts
wat Mo.. Wednesday, September S. J&M, at 6:
m., sged SI.
Iue aotlee cf funeral will be riven.
. n. It. WAGOKEB,
1127 OLIVE STREET.
TeU., Main 2S40 C053. St. Louis, tin.
DAY XU MGUT SEKVICE.
,.Vr' ?-. H- Wajoaer. aulroihistrator of the w
" .J' ,ltt arm of Bmlthers Waron.r.
" ZW1 ,tUt " latm ptrtalninc io ixld partner
oIb estate at drir i4 cfnee. Iltt OUre st.
MAKING IN?,0ADS IN
St. Louis Market Attracts Uuyers
From Iowa, Wisconsin
and the Dakota.
GREATEST RUSH ON RECORD.
So Alanv Victors at the Interstate
Merchants' Association Oulces
That It Was Impossible
to Get Barnes of All.
The numler of arrival"? of vlMting mor
ch.iuts at St. Louis yesterday broke all rec
ords. The crowds In the offices of the In
terstate Merchants' Association wcro so
great that It was Impossible to tecuro a
list of the bujera.
A large number of the visitors were from
Iowa, the Dakotas. Wisconsin nnd other
Northern States which Chicago has here
tofore considered its exclusive territory. AH
of these who are making their first vUtt to
St Louln expressed them-eWe as being
agreeably surprised at the stocks and va
riety of goods carried by St. Louis jobber?,
and at the extremely low prices at which
they aro offered.
Several largo bujera from Iowa points,
who intended to visit both Su LouU and
Chicago, have decided, after scolng tho bar
gains offered In this city, to make their
purchases In St Louis without going to
Shoo jobbers and manufacturers report
that they are hardly able to keep up with
their orders, nnd packets and shipping
clerks aro compelled to work until lalo at
night on rush orderu.
All of the clothing houses report an ex
ceptionally flno trade, and dry goods and
notions houses, neckwear firms, furniture
and hardware houses are all equally busy.
Many of the visitors aro general mer
chants, who aro buying largo stocks in a
number of different lines, and without ex
ception they report that they find ptices of
nearly everything in St Louis encaper than
in any other market In the country.
Mrs. V. C. Ellis of Cruston, la., who has
Jusc completed tho purchaso uf a largo stocc
of millinery In tlds city, in peaking of tho
St Louis market yesterday, bald: "I have
been coming to St Louis to buy my goods
for several jears. I almost Invariably stop
at Chicago and examine stocks In that city,
but I find that in nearly alt lines I can do
much better in St Louis than anywhere
else." ,. . j T
Miss Mabel Shoesmlth of Clarlnda, la.,
was iuu!ly enthuslastlo in regard to fat.
Louis as a busing point.
Among those who registered at the head
quartets of the Merchants' Association jca
terday wcro the following:
MIS&OUIU-Mi-s F. Frederick. Bijler; lire.
J. A. fcteln, Brumley; Jllsa I, fryor, IthineUmJ;
ills. Ora Uratidt. CaiiIoin.a; A. A. sjler. Cham
ois, . A. ilu.ld. Drexel; Hell toniua. Iukk
llle; Laura Staley, wrick, Mrs. At. LcntJ.
Adrian; Ida UUd. Adrian, tut Arfceabne-t,
Garden CMy: Da-sy Arscabrieht. Gaiden C.ty:
llattle lUldinjr, Urovtn.ug. lt. t. h, JanuJ,
Khro; Fred ei-ell. Ucnlthan; iirs. A. ISeensttln.
Watruiion-. b. ChrieuniOn. ilonroe. Ed.th Uuck.
GvMea Oiy: 51'- K- U- -.hran, oaiuvii.v,
L. Uier. Ah Oiote, P. S. Ci.enn, ltoj.ia; tr
V. WilUan-s. fcjmtstleli; itrs. A 1 Couk, Licel
s!cr tprlnss; May OiJJy. ulaseon; Mrs. TJllie
l'erry. Ulascow; Uliila tlcne. Uueea City; T. I .
Blbe. Washmstco, Uarsaret lcy, c.hamQ.s;
lattle ltoblnion. Urea; Siinnie Itublnton, IJina,
Sirs. J. W. earner. C4ilro; it iK-tiatea aan
lnton; Louise olmer. carble; T. U V7o.iar,
Caxlyle; iiamle IniJ. Prestun; iliia Ltta ltoth
FChlll. Huntsvllle: L. A. Jlurraj. ilan.as City;
ailunle Brjant tJllna; M. Arund. Cair.pueil;
A. Ltbenmeth. Waldeu. Uettle llusnei. ct-Jalla;
Wm. ilarun. Macun: ilra. J. I) Gliena, Macun;
llertle A. chicle, Carrollton, Laniil JIan, New
Madrid, Mrs. Urate itcHenry. t-arcoxlc: MUj
Mlttle foster, fcarcoife. Mis. M. K. jahaw. Kur
boiru. lira. M. riotd. Tipton; lllia L. F10O-.
Tipton: Mayme Ilrooks, lligbce; O. J. Lessley.
IlUbee; Lora Bennett, CaruUiersvllle; Claren e
ilallne. East ITalrle; A. C ltoacb. Judsoa; MIs
li fcutter. Hermnn: Miu Hind. Jupll; Mis
Molile fctuirt. Vandalla. Mies Leon Stuart.
Vandaila; Mlas l-ae ItidBenay, Auxvass; M's
Mamie Duncan. Liberty; Trixle Klmberlln. L-b-trty;
Frank; 1". lree, Lrdj'iieU; Mayme Mdlon,
UuntavUle. K. fc. Un'nt. Lduia; Mis. A. Mcn;-
eC.?;9i ,,l""'v. IV -u.4.IIr .trl, Tlrt
Iliv.. . .- .'".--..- .... -. -
jr; It. W. L-istham, Metnolie;
er.Waierly. Nthie Krop, A-di-ra
McClcllar.d. Astoria. Mrs. W.
Mrs. A. E. Fraser.
vlTla. MI-.3 Iicra
S Price, Asiona. spnia itcis, iran; i n.
Maxey Flora. Mia. Moxe. Flora: Mri. V. V.
tlcixe llaauoin. MIs Adele Knebllkamp, Lu-
iQUOin: A, It WhlLiali, Cuba. Miss lUif Uru3-
F. Dron. Du'iiuln; Ils Rattle uelgold. Peters
burg; Mrs. J. O. llctlt-no'. PttensourB. MIsa M.
1 McKce Warsaw; H. Itaermann, Carllmille;
Miss PhtrKuhl. Iieardstown; Stella Ilolnvs, Ver
mont; Mrs. II. i". Middtndcrf. Chei-trr; Mrs. ller
tha Wetzel, t.uod R"l. Mrs. Ntllle I. Zcit,
IlrOOd licpe; XI. vv. ilin. CiUlcitiuc, tk . i.
Johnson. Ashley; J J. Williamson. Ashley; Mrs.
A, Brevcrd. Dongola, MUs Kte Noll. Virden; T.
It. Watts Golden; Mrs. Watts, Goldn; E. V.
Hcotu Cartondale: Mrs. Etta Barton. Cottoii
rocmI: J. M Collins, Blue Mound; Etta it
I UTiWm fillmore-- Mri Susie Wise. le S3to:
J Mam"e Zolltr, Mrs C. Zoller. Mrav Frank Hill
ana .ura. a usoorn, iiurpnysw'ro; .tuje c.e-fceii-son.
Bali: O. C Mohlenhroctl. Oarnptell Hill;
Miss Clara rarry, AstorU, I.-iura Hencesy, Grand
Toner; Mrs. I L Wade. Efflnsham, It Meier,
Aretsvlile, Miss lTlla Uraff, Jchn Onken and lira.
Oaken, Chapln; Mrr. y. T. ltmr. Lra-juoln; Mrs.
C Craf. laquoln; Laura Jcrmtcan, Aa.; J. S.
I'atuon. btllKCIl: Mr;. II. Campoell. Mrs. Ann
V.. Ohson and Mjrtle Tayh r, t-'heUiyrllle, lira.
J. M. Jackson, tarllnvlllo; S. N. Adams, Mason
Citi; Excle O. eal. M 'lyensboro; EJIth Buck.
McLeanst-ro; O. W. Limerick, Galatea. E. A.
Kehcy Hdlnburp. Clara I Kelley, lldluburt::
Mrs. O. Ilenshi". Blue Mounl.
ARKAKSA-It J I. Knox. Pine Bluff; G. P.
Jackson. Rogers; Miss E. W. McConncll. Jerion;
Mrs. J. II Mauoy. Kureka i-p-lngs. Mrs. J r.
Maitleld, Eureka Sprir.cs: MIs Ida Micness.
Flack Rock: Ml' I.. C, Jones, Black Jbick W.
t. Hot'ertsn. Montl'-elio. Mrs. II E Hecdri. k.
Montlcello; Max Maver. Net:leton. Mlis Belle
Atkinson, Fordyce: P. Walkositr, lint Sprtncs;
Mrs. S. A. Lehman. MorrUtou; L. M. liovrMju.
l.'AI a3 Mies Nellie Pearson. E!na: Vary
Other, Holtco: Jeisle Croft. Helton. Mrs. V. L.
lonard. Panwns. O. A Goldman, Oakalotiba;
M" Llrza AndTsoi. In lependence.
TEXAS-P. iibney. Whiiesboro; ?Jarv BiVr.
Ore-n City: Mrs. llRnnah Ash. Palestine. Miss
E. Cra-ford, Center, Mrs. C B Itockum Bel
ton! Mrs. Uzzlo Anderson. CarthaKP: Henry
Ptern. Marshall: Ixyils litem, Marshall; II. U.
Earlj-, Sulphur eprines.
BANKERS' ANNUAL MEETING.
Convention to He Hdil at Uich
Tha twenty-sixth annual convention of
tho American Bankers' Association will be
held at tho Hotel Jefferson Itoof Garden.
Richmond, Va.. Tuesday. Wodnei-day and
Thursday, October 2, 3 and I,
President Walker Hill of the American
Exchange Hank of this city, who is presi
dent of the association, is arranging to
havo a large delegation from this city at
An address of -welcome to tho State of
Vlrctnia will bo delivered by Governor
Hoge Tyler. Tha delegates will bo wel
comed to the city of Illchmond by Mayer
Richard M. Taylor, -and Virginlus Newton,
president of the Richmond Clcaring-houi
Association, will alo deliver an address of
welcome to tha American Bankers' Asso
ciation. Candidates for offlw will be selected by a
committee composed of delegates from each
State and Territory. On tha second day
the general condition of business will be
discussed. "The Treasury and the Money
Market" will be the tjplc on which Ellis H.
Roberts. Treasurer uf the United Slates,
There will be a debate on "The Financial
Future of tho United States" on the third
The officers of Iho American Rankers' As
sociation arc: Walker Hill of St Louis,
president; Alvah Trowbridge, president of
the North American Trust Company of
New York, vice preildent; Myron T. Her
rlck, president of the Society for Sving3
of Cleveland, O., chairman of tha Execu
tive Council: Georgo M. Reynolds, cashier
of the Continental National Bank of Chi
cago, treasurer, and James R. Branch of
New York, secretary.
Breckinridge Jones of the Mississippi Val
ley Trust Company, and G. V. Garrels.
cashier of the Franklin Bank of this city,
are among tba members of the Executive
NEW OFFICER OF MANITOBA.
Lieutenant Governor McMillan to
Begin His Work on October 1.
Winnipeg, Man., Sept 5. Colonel McMil
lan will assume the duties of Lieutenant
Governor on October L
ill ill I
Eighth and Locust Streets,
PAYS INTEREST AS FOLLOWS:
on Bally Balances.
4- 96 en Tims Certificates.
4 eis Savings seeunis,
Lerenzo 11 Anderson,
Geo. Warren Broun.
James W. Bell.
James G. Butler.
I j. 1. Duller.
II. Grirsedii-ck. Jr..
C. II. McMillan.
ivter A. O'NcII.
Western Military Academy,
UPPER ALTON, ILL.
"The Western AliliLiry Academy is certainly a model school for boy-?. It ii
a pleasure to inspect such, schools as this, where such care is taken of arm-; and
pccouternienLs and where such p tins are taken to do thins;? right." Kxtract
from report of Capt. Win. II. C. Bon-en, Fifth U. S. Infantry, to the Inspector
General, of inspection made June 11, 1900.
ALBERT M. JACKSON, A. M, President.
KEKTUCRY MILITARY INSTITUTE
(LpV' A schoil for cnllrtnn an3 the ions of cAntlenicn, prepintory enicolleciate, f
ii?J&li: le4tnp to (.etfTtwi, tot rlini arlrr hrnt. jraia&te commit. oned by th (State, j
VvtjUVV 'Jnorofihbtatpi-uftcIubMlofthIititot. Conntry I&c&liou. tiujajr4r. 1
?54 IIIa.rtUlonreqat. ( . .V.irori.i:i..sail. Km 1 U JTndon,Iy.pl
"" iM mi shijwh lUiiMiiwiWaiwiwi. .im .mw.ti mi mi mii-i
For lilulirr rilnrallnn of Ynnne Women nnil Ciiri. Modern and progre?sle.
l'reparatorj anl c lltte tourr-. tnuI art. elocution, plnslcal culture. Flflj-lxth annual ses
sion beli;s Ec-pt 6. 1W. Fsnd for U ustratei catalogue IflltAII IJ. t.IIOl I, I'resMcnt.
BUNKER HiLL FiSiLITARY ACADSJViY, 'LT.mliV, 'cln st
lOOlarso trcrs on campus. Fine equipments. (Jymnaslum ;j3J toet Kipcrlenred aad schol
trly teacher Personal tralnini; and care. Htea testimonials. No better at any price. Ask for
catilcguo and views. Special facilities for SMALL HOYm Orirs-ept li
COL. S. L. STIVEU, Th I., Bunker Hill. 111.
Ooernmeatsuperviflon. State commlssToRi tnirraduaies. I'reparatlon fnrtTnlerslll
and National Acadftnlss. COL SANDFORD SELLERS. M. A.. Sapt, LEXINGTON. K0.
T?: -FnJaPJEij 3i. iRExxTjaJEFL-z-
BOOXV1L.LE. .MO. Oldest anl most
jranari'.ioa far CMlea or Isusloejs. Uestot ho-ne care Mllltarr IsDsrttnsntrja
alzol Uy both -t Jt3 aaj LI s. Govcramoats Col. T. A. JOHN'STOV. A. ft., Supt.
Completing Details for Reception
The General Committee of Arrangements
for the coming annual mcctlnc of the St.
Ixiuis M. K. Conference, South, met jtster
day forenoon at No, H14 Locust street, and
perfected In a measure the work of the va
rious subcommittees. It is understood that
thero will bo about 21 regular conference
delegates, and also a larpo number of vis
itors. All theeo will be in special charge
of the Committee on Assignment to Homes.
Yesterday tho General Committee decided
to fax Thursday afternoon, September 20. at
4 o'clock, as the time for the conferenco
visit to the Meth'.dUt Orphans' Home:
Wednesday afternoon, September 13, s thn
time for the trolley ride to Tower Groo
Park and Slmw'a Garden. It wns further
decided that tho pai:or3 ot tho churches cf
the city take up a special collection next
Sunday for the purpose of defraying Inci
dental expens.es Incurred in these outlnga
nnd otherwise. The commlttia adjourned
to meet next Monday at 11 a. m. ut the
The General Committee on Conference Ar
rangements of which the Ileverend Doctor
I. S. Hopkins is chairman, and A. U. Whit
aktr la secretary. Is mado up of the fol
lowing subcommittees: On llcetlns Train3
on Monday and Tuesday, and Directing to
Homes or St John's Church, L. It. Hakes
and the Reverend J. Sttphan; for Wednes
day, the Iteerends J. btephau and J. II.
Harly. and Slessrs. L. It. Eakes, J. G.
Achutf and J. W. Lyon. Committee on As
signment of Delegates to Honus. Doctor J.
W. VauBhuti and the Heerends J. H. Karly
and J. Stephun and Messrs A. E. Whltaker
nnd James I Carlisle. Committee to Send
Out Notices of Assignment to Homes. Doc
tor E. I Standlee. Committee on Railroad
Kate. Charles Cunningham and tho Rever
end J. Stephsn. On Y. M. C A.. J. W.
Lewt3. On Iagea and Ushers and to Assist
Doctor Hopkins in entertaining at St
John's Church. E. J. Senseny. Committee
on Entertainment. Charles Cunningham, W.
5 Baker, A. L. Whltaker, Murray Curietun
and Sam KennarJ.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES.
Tho nnnual business meetlnjr of the South
em Epworth Leagues of tlm i-lty will ro
held at Cook Avenuo M. K. Church, South,
Thursiay evening, September 13. Tiiere will
bo the election of ollicer.s for the unsulng
year, and action will bo taken In regard to
the organization of Kpnurth Chapel into a
church. Tho joung ladies fif tho Cook Ave
nuo Church will servo light lefreshuients.
Thp Reverend Doctor T. K. Sharp, jiastor
ot Wagoner I'lace M. E. Church, South,
will preach the opening sermon at the Mar
gin Instituto, . at Kredericktown. Mo, on
noxt Sunday, and his, pulpit hero will In
filled by tho Reverend Doctor J. D. Vincil.
Tho Union Mission tent meetings at Kix
tecnth and Pine utrcets are being more
largely attended and th interest Is greater
than was anticipated by those having the
meetings In charge. Last night the Rev
erend O. W. Roue of Iowa preached, and
to-night tho Reverend Mr. Hall, pastor of
the Congregational Church of tho Redeemer,
will preach. Tha attendance thus far has
averaged about O.O, and about Beventy per
sons hae professed conversion to date. Tho
meetings will be continued until next Sun
day, and possibly longer.
Tho young ladies cf St Hdward's Catholic
parish will give a euchre and hop at Rin
kel's Hall Wdnsday evening. September 12.
Valuable prises will be distributed and re
freshments will be served.
Bishop Granbury will preside at the meet
ing of the St Louis M. E Confcreni-e,
South. nMch will convene at St. John's
Church on September 19.
The Reverend Chester Birch i conducting
a series of evangelistic meetings nt tho
Memorial Tabernnclo Presbyterian Church
this wek, which will close next Sunday. Mr.
Birch Is a forceful speaker, and his cornet
rendering of gospel hymns Is conceded to
bo of the highest order.
1 round trip, via C. P. & S. L., Sept Sth
and Sth. 10 day limit Leave Union Sta
tion fc:18 o. m. Olllce, 205 N. Fourth street
Telephone Main 1612.
NOT READY FOR TRIAL.
Henry De Shields Bound Over to
the Grand Jury in Lebanon.
Lebanon. Ilk. ScdL 5 Preliminary trial
was waived thla morning by Henry De
Fhiolda. who Is undr charge of afsault with
intent to kui, navicg ueen a party to tho
quarrel Monday night in which his brother.
Pete De Shields, was shot and killed by
Barkeeper Henry Koch. He was placed un
der bond for appearance before the Grand
Jury at its next session.
Price Cnrreat'i Figures.
Cincinnati. O.. Sept. 5. ftice Current jys
there is continued moderate marketing of lioss.
althougn torpa-hat larger Than a year as.
Western packing S25 0.W. compared with 31V W
the preceding week and ISO.OOO last year. From
March 1 the tftal Is 19.W5.0"j, asalntt W,COj.C'X
a ear aso. Prominent places compare as fol
lows: Cities. 1900. 18S9.
Chicago st 3,IU',i1 2,z7j.0V
Kansas City :..... l,2,0i) L310.O)
Omaha 1.M3.0O) tiw.ovi
Pt Joseph snooo -2XiM
fr't Louis 7sj,uw 7-HW)
Indlasapclls twS.O 6JS.0.0
Mllnaui.ee ?il.') U'l.Oi)
lUnclntiatl 2U,C Zrj,0
Ottumua ZrHt.i xri.OQa
Cedar Ranids SifriO iw,"")
Hioux City , 3TS,XV S.u
fct l'a-ol ZOM J7.frW
CorwI't II. Spencr,
John S. Sullivan,
1). D. Walker,
Geo. W. Wilson.
IVstus J. Wade.
Oldest and larnst V
military school la
prosprau Hjts1 A-ad-nT It Missouri. TSor-
COULD NOT STOP THE WEDDING.
Judge Follows Kloping Daughter,
but Does Not See Her.
Quiney, 111.. Sept 5. William M. Hollo
way, a prominent young business man of
Canton, Mo., and Miss Julia Garnett, daugh
ter of Judge B. II. Garnett of Uwlng, Mo.,
nn eloping couple, were married hero by the
Reverend Mr. Stine of the Christian Church
Judge Garnett arrived In the city after tho
ceremony had bten performed and tho
couple had retired to the Moecker Hotel,
whero ho left a note for his dtughtcr with
the c.'erk. Tho note read an follouh:
"Dear Junlc: I calkd to see you to-night,
hut ou had gone to bed ctrlier than usual,
fco I shall go home In tho morning alone. J
V5?.1 J"oul' bo with year poor mother to
night Remember my prophecy in that you
will regret the step you have taken to-day.
I nm. "YOUR POOR FATHER."
Judgo Garnett, who is one uf tho best
known men In Inis County. left the city
this morning. He said his daughter was li
years of ngu, and before leaving homo had
made nil arrangements to go away to board
ing school. She had never intimated any
thing about peflng married and had always
been an obedient girl.
...Fr0 "'0 Kom ttnd bride it vvai lesrned
that they mt by chance at Canton three
weeks ago. It was a case of love nt first
sight, and their meeting hero was arranged
by long-distance telephone. She came by
train and ho arrived by boat, both nettlnc
litre yesterday morning.
After arriving hero the joung wormn
changed her mind about getting married
but th young man, who Is 23 years of ago!
pleaded with her until she finally gave her
consent late last night The couplu left to
night for Chicago, where thev will spend a
wtek before settling down In Canton.
VISITORS AT THE HOTELS.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Hammer ot Portia. Ok.
are ot the St. Nicholas. "
J. R. M. Patterson of Gainesville, Tex..
Is at tho Planters.
W. P. Griffin of Galatia, 111., is ut-tho
O V. Vernon of Emporia, Kas., is at
J- V. Jones of Cummins, Ark., Is at the
-J. Hlrsth of Guthrie. Ok., is nt the St
Louis Hellbron of Texarkanu. Tex., is at
TriI-u Brown of Cassville, Mo., is at the
, I"- If- Weaks of I"ulton, Ky., iB at tho
11. W. Gavs, Jr., and Mrs. Gayj of Ot
tawa. Canada, ara nt tho Southern.
V: .", Q"!eg of Littlo Rock is at tiio
W. P. Hhelton of ICennett, Mo., Is at tho
Q. C. Boyd ot Mount Veraoii. Mo., is at
Senator S. P. Davlsson of Catncsville,
Mo., Is at tho Laclede.
E. W. Kelly of Nuslivllle. Tenn.. Is at
W. D. Caldwell of Evanaton, 111., 13 at
tne St Nicholas.
S!g. Francesco O'Reilly and Luis I., del
Barra of Mexico are at the Planters.
G. Jaeger of Rich Hill. Mo., I at tho
J. K. Berry and Mrs. Berry of Dardl
nelle. Ark., aro at tho Laclede-
A. Helm, a Jefferson City merchant. Is
at tho Southern.
M. W. l'lelchcr of Port Scott, Kas.. Is
at the Laclede.
-Paul R. Davla of Klrksvllle. Mo., is at
?0.00 Clnrlnnutl and Return.
September 15, via Big Tour train, will
leave Union Station tM p. m. Through
sleepers urd coaches. Tickets Broadway
and Chestnut street and Union Station.
ACCUSED OF BOLD THEFT.
ilissouriau Wanted in Lamar Ar
rested in Indian Territorv.
Lamar. Mo.. St. E Deputy Sheriff
Lease arrived here jestcrday afternoon with
G. W. Miurgrove, who Is charged with hav
ing stolen a horse and buggy from the pub
lic squaro In this city in daylight Wednes
day of last week, lie was arrested near
Inltfl 1 H- nn.l t.c .V.u n.Ic.1 ..... ...
' In his possesion. Musgrove came here two
m.wua &, turn iia.xiieu i.u us juuiung ior a
dairy farm. He was shown over the coun
try by a real estate farm. A woman who
ho said was bis wifa was with him.
GIVEN RIGHT OF CITIZENSHIP.
Governor Stephens Influenced by a
Petition for an Ex-Conyict.
Jefferson City. Sept E.Governor Stephens
has granted a pardon to Charles Gouttahd,
restoring to him tho rights of citizenship.
Goutiasd was tentenced In 1S95 to two years'
Imprisonment In the penitentiary for at
tempted burglary. He- was discharged Au
gust 54, 1K.-5, under tha three-fourths law.
At the request of "a number of citizens of
St. luis his disabilities were removed by
"I really can"! begin to tell the benefit I
derived from Hood's SarsaparUla."
I'reparotlon for all rollers atl pclcntlflo
ftcfcooli. i-pwtal Instruction sUen la nil brtnclies
und courses of itudy nrrnrLsed.
DGKI1AM AU.VOIaD. A. M.
2-l7 OUvo St., cr jS Wachlnstun ae.
. COLLEGE OF LfiW.
Century bull ling. Pt Louis. Day and night
school. Call or send for caialocu.
WILLIAM J. HOPKINS. President
THL5 LMvTlHSITY K .NtlTIlU DAM15,
Motre Dntne, Ind.
The 67th Year will open September 4th. 1500.
Catalogue Fre. Adlresa
ItEV. A. lIOltRH-fcEY. C. S. C President
KITtKWOOD MILITARY ACADEMY Boardlnit
fchnol for Loij and young- men. rrepares for cri
lege or frr business, large, beautiful grounds.
Nineteenth chcol ear Lcrlns Pept. i:. bend for
catalogue. Col. LdMard A llalsht Klrtnrood. Ma.
Forjoana-liSles. Falll.lt. f'aanenltb Made. Art.
IISitAfomsa'aCollec. 35tbjearbept.0. Catalesue
MISSOURI MILITARY ACADEMY
Nw bulMinps; rampus 100 ftt?re; molel school
homf . faculty of mn not tnyv Specialist j
fmm bfst rn o!s of Am-rlci anl Kur"p-.
The nc t arracks are ct mpletfil, now ready
fi-r ube. bchocl orw-n l-i'T temtr to.
YANCEY A FUNMLLJS. Mxlo. Ho.
HOW TQ STUDY ASiT
We give in our illustrated catalogue FREE
valuable information and advice to those
contemplatingthcstudyof Art. Send postal
for catalogue. 11ALSEY C. IVES, Director,
ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.
St. f.Otl3. Vfo.
A Repartment of Washington University.
A ttorouEhly (traded school for girls, with
Jrlmary. Intermediate and academic departments.
Iiplls of 6 yearn or age anl upwards received,
college preparation a specialty. Graduates ad
mitted to Wellesley, Rmlth and Vassar on ccr
tltlcat. Entrance examinations on September 23
and -9. bciiool otena S-pt. mber 37
ti. it. bt.Ai:3. i-rjncipai.
JSOI) WAblll.NCTO.V AVi:.M!n.
Enrollment and cxainli.at en for atmlsaion Fri
day and batunlay. a pttmber 31 and zz. Appli
cants whi present diplomas from city grammar
Kchools or other hools of corresponding; grailes
are admlttt-d without eiamiratlon. Kor Illus
trated cataligue. giving course of study, terms
and particulars as to manual tralnlnz apply to
C. M. WOODWARD. Director.
A Business Education and i!ie Place lo 3d it.
Commercial Colego, Shorthand and Tele
graph School. 309 N.Broadway, jM(V, itojenti
for all prctl'tl to!nei pmiult. vnd inpplUj boil
cri fcoarrt tank. r&ilma4 od trltf graph offlcet n.
IT rVllicnfcl men wfttt reliable botka,e?pr, ctrtiaf rpi.
r tPlrrpti ojrerolur andr'crka. TctUlca pro:ureJ
Wr O'tduuci j. Q. 1SUH3IKK, iroa'U
Opens the 63id
Tear Sept. 37th.
siBsiiio(r Superior faculty.
English, Latin, Greek, German, 1'rench, Music,
Science, Art, Physical Culture. For lilnstrated
Prin.. Godlpey. 111. fetsMJBi.MIl 9
rUunlUilO aM conditions; car faro paid;
coaru, tiv-tu;cauug irec;novacauon.
UlHLOnU-l a fXAtlitAL BUS. T2
Honlsoner, Ala.; Qilrcston, Tex.; Fort Worth, Tax.;
Llttla Rock, Ark.; Shrtveport, La. Indorsed by rner
rtaots and bankers. iSeH patronlrr-d la South. Book
keeping, 8hcrtaand. etc. taught by inn 11. lb-irln anr
tune. Address (it either place) DraugSon's College.
Benton College of Law.
N. V. Csir. Franklin nnd Grand Ares..
ST. LOUIS, 310.
PVPL'!WR;PQinH nwiY TimiTKKN
UfUl..Mi,WIMM W... fA
TIrt years course Iradlca; to 3ere cf 11. D.
Ore tar's courfe Ir&iltntf to tSgr of L.L. M.
Mulau may liax iay employment and atteni
ntcht Ifctnr Diploma a 'I ml is to th ar of
MU?ourl. Kcxt tthslon trrlni Mptcmbtr 10. 190.
For catalogue, call 0? OotmierclaJ building, or
ecUresji Ufa. L. Ccrlls. Dean.
(on Lake MavinVuckco)
Only a limited number of vacancies in
this wcll-kuovvn school to be filled in
I'.urollment for past session 212 cadets.
I-'or information, or liandsoinc illus
trated catalogue, apply to
Col. A. P. FLEET, A.M., LL. D.,
Endeavors to Break tlic Effect of
Scliurz's Recent Hejiroof.
Washington, SepL 4. Secretary of the
Treasury Gago has published a reply to
Carl Schurz's recent open letter, lie admits
the facts ns (stated by air. Schurz, hut
raises another pceelblllty attending Bryan's
election. He says:
"Even the pofuibllity of danger thould be
avoided. It U a familiar fact, und one alto
gether too --iuch In evidence, that an ad
ministrative oRlcrr tilled with hatred and
contempt of a particulur law- can, by per
verse ingenuity, practically nullify its oper
ations. You roint out In your letter that
If the course indicated by n.o in tho Inter
view referred to thould bo contemplated by
Jlr. IJryan, tho Itepublican Congress whl h
meets in December next cou'.d in advance
restrain him by now and more effective
mandatory provisions. Tno propoeltion that
In cane of Mr. liryan's election the present
Congress can tlo his hands to that he can
not glvo effect to hU expressed Intention
appears to me to be fallacious. It woull
refiulro now legislation by a party whos')
policy would have bten rejected by the
people through their last expression at tho
polla. Further than this, the next session
will expire by operation ot law on the -Ith
of March, 1WL Tho free allver minority
would be Justified by their constituents in
using all the resources of dilatory proced
ure to prevent such legislation, nnd against
such tactics afllrmatlve legislation such as
you eugseit would bo probably Impossible.
Can anybody doubt that Mr. Bryan would
urgo action by his friends In Congress to
prtvent the further strengthening of the
policy which he denounces as criminal?
Your remarks upon this point rcem to in
dlcato that you rely upon ths exerclso of
the power already conferred upon the Re
publican party to prevent tha country from
experiencing disasters which Mr. Bryan, If
he can. will bring upon us. Hay I not sug
gest that the way to secure safety Is not to
take power from those upon whom you rely
for protection and confer It upon thoso
hoe action you may have good causo to
HOARD WAS A SURPRISE.
Minister Left 0,000, of Which lie
Said Xothiiig Before Death,
La Grange. Ho., Sept. 5. The Reverend
Or.n 8. Jones of Granger, northwest of
here, who died recently, was an eccentric
character. Although he lived to the ad
vanced ago of SO and bsd been thrifty, no
one suspected that the old man had aniagaed
any money, for he kept no money on deposit
or -nas it known that he had any invested
or on InteresL His son, Hiram, however,
for some reason, came to the conclusion
that there was money secreted about the de
ceased man's premises.
So he got to looking for the supposed
treasure, and has now been rewarded by
finding In an old chest a cigar box full of
money in all over 15 000. Of thla amount
K0 wns In silver, iL&0 in gold, and the re
maining amount In greenback
Some of the greenbacks found were of a
very early Issue, one bearing tho data Feb
ruary 23, 1352. Therefore, it is probable that
Jones had been accumulating tho amount
from that time. ....
The old box wa3 tied with binder twine,
and tha money was crowded k tightly
therein that when the cord was severed tho
box lid flew open and a number of the bills
that were on top rolled ouL
No one knows why the old man did not
tell his relatives about the money before he
The neat Proscription for Malaria,
Chllla and Fever i a botOe ef Orove' Tastelasa
Chill Tonic it 1 aimr-ly Iron and quinine la a
Ustelus form. No curt-no pay. rlc Ma.
I ollowlng are the appointments cf rpeakera so
far iienej by the Democratic btata Central
HO.N-OKAIJLE Wit. J. BRYAN'.
St. lame. Saturday, Sept. 15. 8 p. ro.
HONORABL': I). W. SilACKLEl'ORD.
Ilvrnltal. Thurdav. Sort- U. 1 p. m.
I'olla. Thunday. Sept. 20, 11 a. ro.
Warsaw. Friday. Sept. II, 1 p. m.
f'seeola. Saturday. Sept Si. I p. m.
irunwnsnllle, Slo-day, -ept. It, lp. n.
t.old'n City, Tuesday. Sept. 3, 1 p. m.
fv-hell city, Velnes4iy, Sert. :. I p. m.
Windsor. Thureda'-. Kept. J7. 1 p. m.
llliroce l'riday, bVrt. IS. 7 p. m.
vVellsvllIe. Saturday, Fept. 19. 1 p. n.
Montgomery City. .Saturday. Sept. 15. T r. m.
llONDRABLC JOHN' l ALTGELD OP ILLI
NOIS. Joplln. Tuesday. Ser.t 11.
fcprinirfleld. Wednesday. tJept. It
HONORABLE A. SI. DOCKEUT.
Korsvthe. Thursday. Spt. 8. 1 p. in.
trark. frM-iy. s-'ept. 7. 1 p. m.
Lebaron. Saturday. Kelt. f. 1 p. m.
Milan. Mcntair Sept. 10 11 a. m.
Kmlthvllle. Tuesday. Sopt. II. 11 a. m.
lirootfleM. Tuesday. Sept. II. 7 p. m.
Maon rtty, Wednesday. Sept. It 1 i. m.
Moterly. Wedne.1ay. Sept. 12. 7 p. m.
Hann'.hal. Thur5ay. her I 13. 7 p. m. I
St. Joc.Tjh VrMnv Rft, 11 7 ti. Til.
Maryvllle. Saturday. Sept IS. 1 p. m.
Janneu TueMuy. Sept. 18, 1 p. in.
Illchmond. Morula v. Pert. 17. t p. ro.
Steelvlile. Wednesday. Sept. IS, i p in.
J'uba. Wednerlay. ;5ept W. 7 r. rn.
Rolla. Thur-tlay. Sept. SD. i p. m.
SprlnrfleM. rriday, Fept :i. 7 p. n.
Wayiesvllle. Saturday. Fept. 12. 1 p. ra.
TO kep, Situr.li. sept r2 7 p. m.
Roffalo Monday, --rt. -. 1 p. m.
u'.t t'lalns -lutw'ay. sent "i. 1 p. ro.
Ava. Wtdne'.lay. Stjt. C, I p. m.
llartvlllo. Thursday. Sept. IT, 1 p. ro.
Afb Orove. I'rl.Iay. Sept. fS. 1 p m.
Ituller Sstnrdny. Sent 29. 1 p n.
Rich mil. Saturday. Fept. 23. 7 p. m.
1IONOR.U1LE J. J. RCFSCLL
Bllllnes. Monday. H-pt. is, 1 p. m.
JJalena. Tusday. Sept. It. 1 p. ro.
Forsyth Wednesday. Sept. It 1 p. m.
Gainesville. Thursday. Fert. J3. 1 p. m.
Ava. rrldar. Sept. 14. 1 p. m.
MnVM. Friday. Serf. H, 7 p. rv.
vVlllow FprlnCT, Siturdiv. Kept 15. I P. rn.
Thayer .Monday. Sept. It. 7 p. m.
Wert n.Vrj, Tursday. Fept a. 1 p. rn.
Tliomsfvlile, Wednesday Sept. :. 1 p. rn.
Alton Thursday Stpt 27. 1 p. rn
Doniphan. Saturday. Sept. 3, 1 p. ro.
JIONORAllLE JOHN A. LEE.
Hlrhlandvllle. Mon'Iay. Sept. 19. t p. rs.
Raler.a. Tnedsr. Sept. II. 1 P. ID.
Fcrojthe. Weilnes-Iay. Kept. 12 1 p. m.
Gainesville. Thursday, bept. IJ. 1 p. m.
Ava. FKIay Sept. It. 1 p m
ManneM. Friday Sept. It 7 p. m.
vVIIlow Fnrlnrrs. Stiturday. Kept. IB. 1 p. m.
Thayer Monday, Sej t. 21. 7 p. m.
ve Plains. Tuesjay. Sept. 25, 1 p. m
Thomasvtlle. Wednesdsy. Kept. 26. l i. m.
Alton. Thursday, Kept. 27. I p m.
in!phan. Saturday. Sert. is. l p. m.
HONORABLE J. . WILLIAMS OF ILLINOIS.
Lebanon, Saturday, fept- 8, 1 p in.
HfiNOIUI'LE M. E. IIBVTYJN.
Warrensl.iirg. Sept. 7.
r"tnton. Saturday. Sept. S. 1 p. m.
fhell Ina. Mnndiy. Spt. 17. 1 p. rn.
'almyra, Tudar. Spt. Is, 1 p. m.
lldnnn al, Tueedny, Sent. 19. 7 r. rn.
I'leaaant I1IH. We.lneidiy. Sept. 1. 1 p. m.
Illeh 1IIII. Ihuredav. Serf. 20. 1 p. m.
'Itlerville Friday, fept 21. 1 p. m.
ItueselHtlle. Saturday. Fept. 2i 1 p. m.
.T.fferiin Llty. SHtunlav. f-ept. 22, 7 p. ra.
II ll.troro. Monday, Sej t. 21. 1 p. m.
! Foto. M ndjy. Sept. 24 7 p. ro
fledmcnt. Tue-ilty. Sert. 23, X p. m.
oplar Bluff. Tuesday. Sept. 2Z, 6 p. m.
Slk'STon. Weine.rty. Sept. 2 1 p. ro.
Bloomfle'd. Thursday. Fe-t. 27, 1 p. ro.
IVatfr, Thursday. Sept. 27. 7 p. rn.
Maldfn, Friday. Stpl 2S. 1 p. tn.
Caruth rvll Saturday. Sept. 25. 1 r. rn.
HONORABLE W. S. COWHERD.
Tvlrksvllle. Thursday. Sept. . 7 p. m.
1 dlna. l'riday. Sept. 7, 1 mil
f-hiuicothe. Saturday. Sept. 8. 7 p. ro.
Milan. Monday. Sept. 10. It a. rn.
IJnneus, Tuesday. Sept. IS 1 p. m.
BrookHeJd. Tuesday. S.pt 11. 7 p. ro.
Huntsvllle. Wednesday Sept. It. 1 p. rn.
Mcterly. WedneMay Sept. 12. 7 p. in.
Tayette. Thursday. Fert. 13. 1 p. rn.
tllaea-ow Tliursay, Sept. 13. 7 p. m.
Slater. Friday. Sept. 14. 7 p. m.
!allatln. Saturday bept. 15, 1 p. m.
Utierty. Mor.ay. Sept. 17. 7 p. n.
Rheldcn, Wednesday, spt. I1, 1 p. rn.
Iiinar. Wednesday, Spt. 1?. 7 p. m.
'artha-e, Thureday, Kept. 20, 7 p, ro.
rierco City, Friday, Sept. 21, 1 p. rn.
Fprincfleld. Friday, Sent 21, 7 p. rn.
Marahneld. Faiurday. Sct. 22. lp. m.
IIONUILVDUS JAMES A. Rt'EP.
Stnlthvllle. Tuesday. Sept. 11. 1 p. ra.
Macrn City. Wednesday, Sept. 12. 1 p. m.
Audrain County, Thursday. Mepu 13.
Mta-yvllle, fcept. 15. 8 p. n
HONORABLE WM. II. WALLACE.
Macon City. Tbureday. Sept. IS. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE W. A. ROTHWELL
Laddonla, Saturday. Sept. 8. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE CHAMP CLARK-.
Washington. Saturday, bept. 8, 1 p. m.
Oant, Thu"d. Sept. 13. 1 p. rr.
Kennett. Thursday. Oct. 11, 1 p. rn.
Nety Madrid, Friday. Oct. 11. 1 p. m.
Charleston. Saturday, Oct. 13, 1 p. m.
Benton. Monday. Oct. la. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE WEBSTER DAVIS.
Macon. Wednesday. Sept. 12, 1 p, m.
St. Lcuis. Satunlay. Sert. li. 7i4 p. m.
HONORABLE II. A, B.MJi
niaekwater. Saturday, fccpt. 15. 1 p. m.
HONORABLE FRANK II. KARRIS.
Curtlcelll. Saiurdy. Sept. 16, 1 p. in.
HONORABLE a K. COCHRAN.
St. Lou'a aty. Sept. IJ. 11, 12 and 13,
HONORABLE JAS. T. LLOVD.
Rclllrger Springs, Callaway Ccunty. Thursday,
Eept. . 1 p. rn.
Laddonla, Saturday. Sept. 8. 1 p. rn.
HONORABLE W. I. VANDIVER.
St. Iiuta Clti. U U and 1C
HONORABLE F. M. COCKRELL.
Tails. Thursday. Sept. IS. 1 p. m.
l.eytesvllle, Friday. Sept 14. I p. m.
Carrollton. Saturday, Sept. 15, 1 p. ra.
Kirkevllle. Monday. Sept. 17. 1 p. m.
laincasler. Tuefday, Sept. IS. 1 p. in.
Memphis. Wednesday. pt. 19, f p. m.
Kahoka. Thursda, Sept 20, I p. m.
HumIUk Green. Friday. Sept. 21. X p. m.
Vandalla, Saturday, Sept. 22, I p. rn.
Fulton, Monday, Sept. 21, 1 p. m.
Columbia, Tuesday. Sept. 25. 1 p. ro.
Favette, Wednesday, bept. 31, 1 p. ra.
lioonvllle. Thursday, bept. 27, I p. ro.
Marshall. Friday. A;pt. 21. 1 p. m.
Osceola, Saturday. Sept, 25, 1 p. ro.
Eldorado. Monday, Oct. 1. I p. m.
Stockton. Tuesday. Oct. 2. 1 p. m.
Oreenlleld. Wednesday. Vet. 3, 1 p. m.
Mount Vernon. Thurbday. Oct. 1, Iff, ra.
Aurora Friday, Oct. 6. 7 p. m.
Caesvllle, Saturday, Oct. , 1 p. n.
Farrolrnton, Monday. Oct. 8. 1 p. m.
Ste. Oenevlevs. Tuesday, Oct. . I p. rn.
renryTllle. Wednesday, Oct. M, 1 p. m.
Jackson. Thursday. Uct, 11. 1 p. ra.
Oaie Girardeau. Thursday. Oct, U. 7 o. m.
Marbl Hill, l'riday. Ocu 12. 1 t. ra.
l-lcderlcktoivn. raturuay. wet. 13. a p. rn.
Linn. Monday. Oct. 15. 1 D. ni.
Jefferwjn Clt. Tuesday, Oct. IS. 1 p. ra.
Oltan. Wednesday, Oct 17, In a
California, Trjursday. Oet. IS. 1 p. ra.
Veisallles, Friday. Oct. Is, 1p.m.
Uallatln. Saturday, Oct. 23. 1 p. ro.
Eethasy. Monday. Oct. 22, 1 p. in.
Albany, Toe-day. Oct. 23, 1 p. in.
(Irani Clty.jVednesday, Oct. 24, t p. ro.
Maryvllle. Thurwlay. Oct. 25. 1 p. in.
1'lattsburg, Friday. Oct. 5. 1 p. rn.
MaysvlUe. Saturday. Oct. 27. I p. rn.
HONORABLE E. M. RICHMOND.
LInneus. Tuesday, bept. It.
HONORABLE E. C. CROW.
Ijd.Icnla. bept. s. 1 p. m.
Balllrger Springs. Thursday. Sept. . 1 p. m.
Frlch. l'riday. sVpt 14, lp rn.
Olintcn. Friday, bept. 14, 7 la p. m.
Calhoun. Saturday. Sept. 15, 1 p. ra.
wmasor. baturas. a.pv. jo. i p. ra. .
Iiloeuvfleld. Monday. Sept, 17. 1p.m.
1'oplar BIi.ff. Tueeday. bept, IS. 1 p. m. j
Ircnton. Wednesday, bejt. 19. 1 p. ra.
Bismarck. Thursday, Sept, 20, 1 p. rn.
I'oto.t. Friday. Sept. 2L 1 p. m. i
Da fcoto. Saturday. Sept. 22, 1 p. m,
JUDGE FRANK SL ESTEd.
Aullville, Thursday. SepL 4, 1 p. rn.
HONORABLE SAM D. JEFFRIES.
Palmyra, Tuesday, Sept. II, 1p.m.
L al committees In the respotlve rou-ul-s ara
requested to e that meetlnas are properly ad-vertlie-t
and that all necessary arrangements ara
mads for the speakers.
J. M. SEIBERT. Chairman.
J. II. Edwards. Beerttary.
RECEIPTS OF TAXES GROWING.
Third Day Showed f20S.780.10, an
Increase Over Tuesday.
Thn third dav-'s rush to nay taxes was
larger than that of Tuesday, yesterday's
receipts aggregating 38,780.10, nearly J5V
000 more than the day before. Tbo receipts
last vear on tho third day of collection wero
JJIS.7C0.-SJ. bhon-inc en increase this year ot
The St. Louis Trust Company tendered
the MBBcet amount yesterday, a check: for
J15,C8 67. The Lindell Hotel Company of
fered tho next largest check, for JU,WL7.
Deputy Collector Alt says that owners of
small property holdings are more noticeable
this ear than In former years on the first
days of collection. The rebate of 3 per cent
Is worth procuring-, cor.sidsring that tho
tuxea must be paid at some time. The re
bate may be obtained any day before Octo
btr 1; after that date tha full face of tho
bill will have to bo paid.
To Finish Floor, and Ilorder.
To natural wood effect. Oak, Cherry, etc..
use "Floor-Shine" Enamel Floor Colors.
Hook and Color Card Free. Address Floor
Hhlr.u Co., Ut. Loots. Bold by dealers. Don't
take a substitute.
RESPONSES ARE COMING IN.
World's Fair Subscribers Kcady
With Their Money.
Responses to the request mads to sub
scribers of the World's Fair funds for a
portion of the first call of 10 per cent are
beglnnlns to corno In. vesterday about J3.WJ i
wan received by the treasurer, and it is ex-I
rected that this amount will be increased to
JWC before the end of tho week. Tho J
committee desires this much to aailst In the 1
woriC OL pusmjiti me .uystiii'iiuii v. ,vw,-
000 to completion during this month or early
"c II. Huttls .chairman of the Commlttea
on Reorganization, and acting chairman of
the Finauce Committee, i.s busy tcrutlnlzlng
llsts and getting everything ready for tho
lars" corps of canvassers which It is pro
posed to put to work. The general cor
respondence continues heavy, and the dally.
h. A. SELKIRK & GO., "
AUCTION and STORAGE
Resular sala every Saturday at warehouse.
1MS-10-12 Chouteau are. Sales in residences at
specialty. Main ofSce. 204 N. sixth f- Phonal
To-Day Rain or Shine:
Wabash trains leave L'nion Station fofr
Klnloch at 1:15 p. m., 10 p. m. Saturdays
only), 1:45 p. m., 1:15 p. m. Iavo foqt ot
OIlvo street at 110 a, m., 1:C0 p. m., 1U3
P. tn. and 4:15 p. m.
Suburban trains leave 'VVclla Station cvera
Admission. Including round trip over VTa
bash Railway. IL00.
"A NIGHT IN TOWN."
Priee. t. Mc. 75a and Jt..
Igular Matinee Saturday.
SOc, 75c, SI
"THE DAIRY FARM."
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
No rrfonrumce on gat. afternoon
ta.W i)tiib UlUl Wv-VK.
1 rC A HI IJ-
m - a -mm sssssr-
Nleht Prices. 13. js. to sns rL- '
siTiuEsiTCEiur.lA STRANGER IN A
fcun- Mat.. g?pu Itusco & Holland' MInttrcXi.
Frr.m 1 till 10:53 Dally X Stops N'o Walts.
V Ictory Bateman and HIldsThorrss
Harry Meslayer. and Lou Hall.
Todd-Juda-9 Family. Mile. Almce.
Masmllllan A bhlelds. Fcur Mlltons
W. T. Huston, Frsjartyftljivlr-ia.
Tt,el.sne, (Parley Richards,
Pat Shea. The lire wcr..
Th Unodroms. Mi.ns. Aclnlo.
v . XOo 2 So aoo
Orchestra chairs (reserved tn advance) 5
Tsro Slims- Dally. nnln or Shine.
ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE BILL.
10 - BIG MEW ACTS - 10
Admission to Grounds Fra Seats, log and 26a
THE LADY SLAVEY. .
Ne-w Biks. Nw Specialties. Now Costumes
Nest "Evansellse" and "Girl From Paris." "I
Seats on sala at Bellman's, llCt Oily at,
As Cool as a Dip la the Sea. 3S Xolselesn Tans.
?iif on m mm Rin.Tg
Sunday Mat. Nest "Midnight la Chinatown.-
ALL STAR COMPANT.
Admission to grounds free. Reserved Feats 10i
FALL HARVEST MOON
SUNDAY. SEPT. 9th.
STEAMER CITY OF PROVIDENCE,
leaves 8.30 a.m. Iteturns 10.J0 p.m.
Itound trip. IS) jnlles. 25c
The- Home of KoIl Two Frolic. Dally;
Merry Maidens Burle squirt.
Headed by Jolly NELLIE HANLET.
Coolest Place In Town. I
Next Week European Sensation.
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
ira x. THiKTEE.'rrn t.
Cbctlncaa la serve, an atipreclatlnv pualte srttli
Crst-cla. hand orK. using ns cheralaals aaj
havlns lately adopted Domeatlo Quia a. Faasaa"
Tiler rii.V. i
WILLIAM F. HOLMES. H. J DIEBTMZtTH,
sATABLISITEf) IN Utl.
Missouri State mutual Fireani Marina
OSVee No. Ill enwutut at., tit. Lou la. Mo.
Tel liell Main ZTTl. TtL Klnloch, A
FoUciea Ara Written oa Elthtr tftuck or Mutual
1. B. C. Locaav Auxuaru. Nsdderhat.
b V. Walker. Htnry C. Haantlck.
Jaa. W. L'ell. M. R. Orthwsln.
J as. E. Kalrce. Wm. F. Hums,
Olllce of Jury Commissioner, I
Courthouse, St. Ioul, Mo., m: I
September L 1900.
The Jury l!t for the ensuing; year ha
been mado out, and la now open for live
spectlon. Any rerson claiming legal tx
emptlon from jury duty must produce conv.
petcnt proof thereof to tha undersigned?
within twenty days from date. "No person
whose name shall havo been placed upon
said register of Jurors.and who shall neglect
within the period prescribed hv said notice
to claim exemption from Jury duty, shall bsj
entitled to claim the benefits of such exemp
tion when summoned as a Juror." For that
purpose of determining such claims I will
be In this otneo dally between t and J3
o'clock tn the forenoon, and 3 to 8 o'clock)
In tho afternoon.
GEOllOK P. 'U'BINBUENNEn. j
Jury Commissioner. )
Postal Telegraph Gable GOf
BJavla Offl.e, Leaoled HtUldlaar. j
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS
400,000 MIU. Wlra, 3,000 Ofato..
We would b pleased to hamdl ya
Trleajrnms. Try a.. Teleshoa Malat
THE Most Remarkable
ment Yet Recorded.
Next Sunday's Republic,
Is ts. tut of auajp a ft
Imofliial Hair RaciNrafsr
waico isataaoy reatere. hair t
oowr or aaaa. umznaiv,
IsttTs. tie hair clean, soft and
h-re A PPTjfjATION WILL
AU .. ii.Hh1.Hf hd,JAn,.
bead for pamphlet. Prrrsor awttat
WPERl AL CB DUCAL MTQ. Ca. U W. W SL. Nw .,
Sold by Raboteau ft Co., 7W jr. Broad wsj
Wolff-Wilson Drug Ca. Washington ve. and (if
at,, and apjlled ty SL Fateraoa, 101 N. Urcdwa
return from Eastern and lake resorts ot
enthusiastic workers adds Interest and eru
thusiasm to the movement A party o
about fifty wUI depart to-morrow for thr
National Convention of. tha Laundrymen'l
Association at Buffalo. They secured ye
terday a supply of World's Fair buttons anl
literature, and propose to talk up tho Louis
iana Purchase Centennial Celebration vers
freely In the home et the Fan-Americaj
17.O0 -Macklnacr nnil Refurn SJT.OO.
Cheapest and last excursion of the sea.soa"
via Clover leaf Route, September 10. Hal
fever sufferers' opportunity. For particular
address W. J. Scott, U. V. h. G03 Ollvl
atrcct, SL Louis. J
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