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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. SEPTEIBER 11, 1900. V K $6.00 CBNCINATI ANO RETURN BIG FOUR ROUTE, SEPT. 15. ZSSBcZX'Sfc Whoio Nations X.1t cd thrive oa diet of cereals. K yousst You kaow the -fa reasoa. Hour- jS3 Lain and pais- p. tao.G ADAM ROTH GROCERY GO Barr's are showtns handsome llnea of new rood Tor the Fall and Winter of 19i. Every department has made extraordinary efforts to prepare for the busiest season In the his tory of Barr". Early selection 13 advised. GENERAL WHEELER RETIRES. llaviup; Readied the Age Limit, He Is Out nf the Army. Chicago, Sept. 10. General Joseph Wheel er, considered one of the moit picturesque figures la tho United States Army, retired to private llfo to-day, having reached tho Bf limit of 64 year?. General Wade will he temporarily in chars" of the Department of the Lakes until General Oil?, appointed to the place, arrives. General Wheeler will no to his home In Alabama, and. follow Ins this, ho end his daughters will take a trip abroad. -Urn I tli snd Beauty." Women arc especially liable to catarrh. Every organ of her body may be affected by it Catarrh fetealthlly Invades every part of the Mvstem, making life miserable. Ad dress The Peruna Medioino Co., Columbus. O.. for a free copy of "Health and Beauty." DEMOCRATS MAKE GOOD BETS. Tour Thousand to Ten Thousand Wagered in Chicago. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Kew Tork. Sept. 10. Another political bet of JlO.frjO to J1.K0 that McKinley will ba elected was reported to tho Republican National Committee to-day. J. A. Sanders, who represented Colorado In the Republican National Committee four years ago, called at national headquarters and told of tho wajrer he bad mads in Chicago. glens of Every Description. Williamson-Gunning Co., CIS Walnut at. Commercial signs lor any business. ALABAMA LYNCHING. Negro .Was Caught After Leaping From a Window. Montgomery. Ala., Sept, 10. Zed Floyd, a negro, wis taken from Jail at Wcturapka, Us: night and hanged. Floyd tad entered the room occupied by two young- women. When discovered, he Jumped front a. win dow. Parker's Headache Powder Sever Fall To ewe Headache. Fevers and Neuralgia. Centals No Bromos. Price. Inc. Founder of the "Mark: Hanna" Club. W. H. Lewis. Postmaster at Eldorado Ffriags. Mo., was a. caller at Republican headquarters yesterday. Lol Is the foun der of tha "Mark Hanna" Club of his town which created much comment at tho Scdalla rally. Lewis Is frank. lis does not beat around the bustles, but openly acknowledges the domination of Mark Hanna. He is so far tho only Republican in the State who has been honest enough to announce openly that Hanna runs the country. For thl3 he has been condemned and Eneered at by the Republican managers who do not Uka to have things stated so broadly, especially In the heat of a campaign. Cincinnati Excnrslon. WOO via Big Four, September IS. Congressmen to Speak Here. Congressmen C. F. Cochran and W. D. Vandfver are billed to speak In this city the latter part of this week. On Wednesday night they will address a meeting at North St. Louis Turner Hall, Twentieth and Sails bury, and one at the Social Turner Hall, Thirteenth and Monroe streets. Thursday .night both will be heard at Lemp's Park. Friday night Congressman Vandiver will tptak at St. Boniface's Hall. The nest Prescription for Mnlarlo, Ch!U and Fares ) a bottle ot Grove's Tutslsss ' (2111 Tarda, It Is simply iron and Qulntns In a tasteless form. No cure Co pay. tt-lcs tCc SPECIALTIES. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES, per rtat, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TitIS OOMUJIY. WAGONER UNDERTAKING G H. B. WAGONER, Burslflnc memba-syof the late Arm cf sOTHEBJ A WAGOXER, Frealdsat. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 1127 OLIVE STREET. Tela, Main 2S40 C055. St. Lonls, Mo. DAY A.NU MGHf SEKV1CE. Kr. IL JL Wagoner, administrator of ths e. lata cf ths lata firm of Smltaers A Wagoner, will ssttls all etalma pertalnlac to aaid prtnr shlo eitals at their old offlcs. 1127 Ollvs st. DEATHS. TO-UfCISCUS-Oa Bunday. Ppterabtr . ISM. t 4:S0 p. m.. James II. Franclscua, in the nine-ty-cecona itAT of his age. Funeral from Christ Church Cathedral, Wednes day morning at 10:39, September 12. GRAT On Monday, September 10. 1SC0, at 15-0 'clock a. ra., Alice, beloved daughter of juim and A lies Gray, else of Mrs. Alary Di-Kln cnea Orady). Ths funeral will Uks plac Tuesday, 11th Init.. at ii&) o'clock p. m., from family resl Ctnes. Na U2S North Second street, to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are Invltsd to attend. Hinaibal. Mo., and Warrsn. O.. pap-rs pleass KANE Suddenly, oa Monday, September j 1M, at t o'clock a. in., Thomas Kane aged t) ears. beloved husband ot Catherins Kana and rather of Thomas Kana. Jr., and Annie Kane. Funeral from his 1st residence. W13 Bismarck street. Deceased u a member of St- Iuls lodge. No. 1. A. O. U. W. Due notice of funeral later. MCCARTHY On Sunday. September 9, ISM. at I a. ra.. John, beloved son of Nicholas and Jo larna. McCarthy and brother of Alamle. McCar thy, aged 13 years. Faneral will talcs placa from the family resi dence, i Biddls street, on Wednesday, Sep. taaber li at 2 p. m to Et. Bridget's Church: Btnes to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attsnd. pjr'ff "Si ' SPiml1 fs- .mi&a&um r?p ssssasssssW ""a i. . PEABODT At Waupaca, Wis., Sunday Bep ; Jember l. Sara 41. Peabody (ne Keith), .be s loved wife of W. R. Peabody, Y 'rtennent at Atchlsoo, Kaa, Wednesday morn i b September 15. f- SPAHR-On Slondar. September 10. 1900. at 2:3 is-Si Nellie Maud Snahr. beloved daugbur of SeztMia and th l.t. Minnl Snahr. &: Fj-nwal from family residence. Xo. 4J33 Nat- r ncga road, Wednesday. September . at VSl v' m- "lends Invited. Interment private. .- . ..v,. .u,.,,pU. ...,..,... .....-.-. -"cph and Kansas City, Mo., papers pies,. JACOB NEFF'S WIFE AND SON G5VE EVIDENCE AGAINST fi They Declare That He Has a Penchant for Raising Cain on Sunday. REPLY! 5 AfTER HE IS riNCD. On His Promise to Behave Act ing Judge Boettger Saves Htm From the Work house. Jacob Neff of No. 1111 Lynch street ap peared as the pto.'crutins witness against his father. John Niff, in the First Ditrlct Police Court, yestcnlay morning. Mary NViT: wife of the defendant, was aNo a witness asaln.-t him. The prisoner was charged with disturbing the peace. The e-Jder Neff is employed by an under taking Arm and earns a good salary. Though a Rood husband on -weekdays, his wife says that he is a regular tyrant on Sunday. On that day, according to her testimony and that of her son. he. Invariably gets drunk and proceeds to demolish everything In sight and abuse every member of tho family. His wife eald that this habit he contracted twenty-seven, years ago. Tiring of his conduct, his family came to the con clusion that a fine would do him good. On Sunday, it Is said, he came homo u-ut tha Influence or liquor and started to make things hum. It Is said ha grabbed his 11-year-old daughter, Adah, by the hair and proceeded to cive her a whipping. Mrs. Neff interfered and ha transferred his wrath to her. Jacob then took a hand in the hostIUtIes,tellins his father that he could not beat his mother. Tho father drew his RAILROAD NEWS FRGItl ALL POINTS Annual Convention of the Maxtor Car Painters' Associatii n :ii Detroit, jlirh. SUBJECTS TO BE DISCUSSED. Compromise Effected With Cana dian Pacific Conductors New "Ilmd Light" to Protect Trains IVotes. The thirty-first annual convention ot the Master Car Painters' Association will be held at Detroit, Mich., commencing to-day ar.d continuing until Saturday. The asso ciation Includes practically all tiie master car and locomotive painters In the country and all evidences point to an unusually large attendance. The headquarters are at the Cadillac, which has a largo hall for such meetings. On Wednesday afternoon a steamer excjrslon to tho Flats has been arranged by the local Entertainment Com mittee. Engraved invltatlcn3 have been sent out to all the delegates, and the affair will be run off la approved style, cupper will ba served on tha boat. The following is the lhrt of papers that will be read at the convention: "Railway Hygiene; Its Costs and Compensation," Doc tor P. O. Conn, Concord, N. H.; "The Best Method of Conducting Tests to Determine the Relative Merits of Various Materials Used la Painting Railroad Equipment. With Special Reference to Endurance and Service," F. a BalL Pennsylvania Rail road, Altoona, Pa., and C E. Copp, Boston and Maine Railroad, Lawrence, Mass.; "The Best Method of Painting Locomotives In Regard to Economy and Durability, Also tho I'roper Method to Be Employed in Keeping Paint Work on Locomotives in Good Condition While in Service," Charles Clark. New York, Chicago and St Loula Railway. Chicago. 111.: W. M. Joyce, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia. Pa.; C. A. Cook, Philadel phia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railway Wilmington, Dei.; "The Railway Master' Car and Locomotive Painter," essay by - uaiuviu ttatinnj, tustutt, t?. ah At mlnal Cleaning, Where Tlioroughly I'rac tlced, a Factor In Railway Paint Shop Economy?" J. A. Cohen. Cleveland, Cin cinnati, Chicago and St. LouLs Railway, In- dlanapolis, Ind.; B. E. Jlliler. Lehigh Val ley Railway, Scranton, Pa.: A. L. Lynch, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St Louis Railway, Dennison, O. "Can a New Wood Head Lining Be Prepared so as to Prevent Decay of Filler, Grain Raising. Etc.? If bo. Give Method of Preparation," E. A. Cole, J. G. Brill Car Company, Philadelphia. Pa.: W. IL Dutton, Lehigh Valley Railway. Bayrc. Pa. "Does the Burning of Old Paint Hav an Injurious Effect Upon the Burlacs Burnt Off or Upon tha Future Painting Applied to the Outside of a Passenger Car?" Henry Block, Cleveland, Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Louis Railway. Bright wood. Ind.; J. A. P. Glass, Tazoo and Mis sissippi Valley Railway, Vicksburg, Miss.; Robert Shore, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, Cleveland, O. "Uniform System of Freight Car Stenciling." J. IL Kahler, Erla Railway, Madvillo, Pa.- W. O. Quest. Pittsburg and Lake) Erie Railway, McKees Rocks, Pa.: R. W. Scott, Seaboard Air Line Railway, Portsmouth, Va. "Rail way Paint Silp Records and Accounts," W. T. Canan. Pennsylvania Railway, Tj rone. Pa.; F. G Schaefer, Uncellng and Lako Erie Railway, Toledo, O. Tho offlcera of tho association aro: Presi dent, D. A. Little, Pennsylvania Railway, Altoona. Fa.: first vice president. A. J. Brunlng, Louisville and Nashville Railway, Evansvllle, Ind.; recond vice president, A. P. Dana. Boston and Maine Railway, Bos ton, Mass.; secretary and treasurer, Robert McKcon. Erie Railway. Kent. O. AV1THDR.VW.VL OF T. A P. 1'oolisU Practices by Ajtents "Which Prevent Slalntenunce of Hates. Tha withdrawal of the Texas and Paclflo from tha Southwestern Passenger Bureau is another illustration of the foolish meth ods practiced by railroad, companies In con nection with the maintenance of rates, eays the Railway Review. Tho ground of tho withdrawal is stated to be a violation of tho agreement on tho part of other roads. It appears that under the rules ot the as sociation the penalty for dealing with ticket brokers is fixed at from JIW to S30u. This the Texas and Pacific claims Is insufficient, and it demands that as a condition of lt re-entering the association tho penalty shall bo made JU0. As a matter of tact, penalties unaer ins JJ9 . UltUlCl Va ts,. irvmHHi-j uatusa .aa - Than Mrf I in the .fret "Slace : hev can be ' TnnwJ'tlrtlWTOiiamivl&ct. ' S'SSS? Thca'nnof lyuectecfby law! Tho result Is that the bigger the penalty under the rule the larger must be tho transaction with the ticket broker in or der to make the entire transaction including the payment of the penalty profitable for the road making the deal. If the penalty is $100 the transaction with tha broker need not necessarily be of large proportions to render tha operation a 'profitable one in- ......... .-- -r.:..... .v. .r t, .1.. ...; j cuara?iopwu1uc.c., " S?f?'f Si'f .Wtt I snHIHMM,wMBlvlssssssvsssusssssnssxai JOHN NEFF. knife, and witnesses said, attempted to stab his son, who proved too fleet of foot. When he found he could do nothing with tha knife, it is said, he seized his double barreled shotgun and pointed it at his son, but the weapon was not loaded. Young Neff quit the house aid returned with a policeman. The father was taken to the Third District police Station, where re spent the nlsht. When the case was called I esterday morning he had repented, but not sufficiently to may the prosecution. After Jacob and his father had testified, the lJ.-r Neff tried to explain. He laid all th- bUm en his son. who, ho said, was too olllclous and wanted to run the household. Acting Judge Hocttger impost d a fine of $10. When the defendant had been led back to tho case. Jacob took a sack of tobacco to him. saying that he was sorry, but ht was compelled to prosecute. After court had adjourned Judge Uoettgcr called Nff before him and stated the fine on his prom ise of good behavior. so dlosed would contlnuo to deal with the brokers, only the transaction would bo more extensive and the ensuing dmciallza tlon more widespread. There Is, however, another side to thl question. If associations such as tho ono in question art of value In the maintenance of rates, ery much more serious consider ation should be given the. question of with drawal than seems to be at present the case. A deal with a ticket broker may cause a comparatively small loss as well as considerable annoyance tu those Urns which refuse to pursue similar tactics, but the withdrawal from an association is tantamount to a free-for-all scramble the effect of which Is Infinitely more detri mental to general railroad revenue than any number of such deal3 as were answer able for the withdrawal. It is provoking to find that an agreement made upon good faith between roada is more cr less fre quently violated, but It Is cf a great de.r more consequence that the revenues of the railroads shall be ns nearly as possible pre served than It is that the general passenger agent shall be ablo to maintain an unrur fied spirit. If a railroad can mnke more monev by re maining in tho association, even where tho agreement may be vloiatd by some cthr lint-, than It can by withdrawing from such association, its duty Is to stay. "KI.ECT1UO HI.n M G 11T." Insertion Dei Ice for Protertinjr the Ileur Knd of Trains. An irgenlous device for protecting the rear end of trains against collisions at night bus Just been patchted by a St. Lotils np, E. B. Pope, Western passenger agnt of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, wi h headquarters here. The invent.on conl-ts of a second electric "headlight," or search light, mounted on the roof of the cab of the locomotive pointing alwajs to the rear end ?.,,h,'. l.ra,n- Therefore, he caVs It a hlndiight," and the chief object of tbe In vention is to protect the "hied md" of the train from being run into by any train that may be following It. The "hlndiight" rests upon the roof of the cab and Is attached to one end of a lever, about eight feet long, and is steadied and controlled by two parallel rods. By means of a simple arrangement of cylinders and compressed nlr It can be elevated six or seven feet above the roof of the cab ur swung nround at right angles to cither side of the cab, so that the powerful .Ight can bo seen at a great distance from any po nt In tho rear of or on either tide of the train. Intense darkness, rain, snow or fog simply render the light more prominent. Tho en gineer can instantly change the light to rtd or white, as occasion may require. By mov ing a single lever above his head the en gineer can sweep the horizon In a half cir cle to the rear of the train with a powerful burst of light, flashing it back and forth to attract attention. He can throw tha light across the country when lie Iiappeus to be stopped on a curve, lighting up tiie track, the sides of a cut. or any prominent object, such as a rocky blulf, a house, barn or clump of trees. Owing to the elevation of the lisht, and Its gtcat pawer, it will bo practically impossible fjr a rear train to get within a dangerous distance of one ahead of It without seeing the warning light. Thero are many occasions on every trip where the "hlnrtlicht" can be iird tti -re.it advantage, such as In taking coal and water " uacjung into a s-.uing incase of an f-!" ,f ifny,j"!r,nioc5U,"!. trai?P ur many others: In fact, it would ieeni th'i" Southeastern States .luring to c. once in u.se the wonder would be how thtV- but if they decide to do o. n ""Jt ever get along without lt-at least that 'a 1,:tvc to P3' fDr ,tIlr'r ,riulr,,a lr?.n!S?T": tho history of scarchlishbV on steamed , "on. No railroad would require President As the sama dynamo that suppUethe Mr-Kinley to pay fore, and none can alfonl "headlight" with electricity w'll I be tis"l to li?criminato between him and the Demo for the "hlndiight" the "vtra cost ofiu- ' cratlc nominee. Every railroad considers it troduclng the ne4- light w"l be small and QI1 honor-and a good ndvertlscmnt-to tho cost of maintaining iTnotWnTatV?! i c:irr.v tl,e VnMent ot the Unlte.I States. Wn rlh. ,.!- !' J,.!,.. '"""'" '"...'" St, TJnn'a Inure nttraCt tlltiUnailUS Of ECr- Ilght-'onheTng-rnVrTnoTher-hlnd. will be located nn UiiZ of th.S, I and lighted with an incandescent arc light, the electricity being supplied by a system now In use, which generates the electricity by gearing a dynamo to the car axlo r.nd charging a storage battery with electricity for uso when the train Is standing utlll. TO A.VVCI. A TAW Suit Urouclit Agntnvt tjii Slircsepi.rt and Reil Ititer Road. REPUBLIC SPECIAL EhrevepoM, La., Sept. 19.-A guit wai filed hero to-day by citizens of Red River Parish for annulment of a five-mill tax for ten year, voted In 1S53. in aid of the con struction of tho Shreveport and Red River Railroad. Petitioners allege that two-dm-portant conditions stipulated In the grant of ths subsidy have, not been comp'Id with. The road ensaged to build to Coushatta. malting that place the terminus, but hits extended far beyond that point. The rail road has also failed In its agreement to keep a steamboat in tho Red River trade. Will Rnlld Sanitary Cars. Owing to a conviction that the railway coach, as at prerent constructed. Is uiTjant tal7'tj2e """Kernents of the Chesapeaki and Ohio and of tha Big Four road-j havo decided to experiment with a new kind of carriage. Orders hava been given by both companies for the construi Men of coaches which shall conform as n. arly as rosslblo iu mo iBwiiuiieiiuauwia ox trie Railway Surgeons' Association. According to tho view of the latter, there are many things in tho modern coach which might tend to catch dirt, and filth and retain it. and also many secure hiding places for a thousand ani ono disease perms, Tho plainer tho build Inside and tha less decoration and finery a coach contains tha better for thobe who travel. Conductors Did Xot Strike. A settlement has been reached between the Canadian Pacific Railway and the con ductors and trainmen of the Ontario and Quebec divisions This settlement is 4n tha nature of a compromise. The men expected more than they nave been offered; the com pany has git en rhoro than It. at first pro posed. 'For instance, the senior freight con ductors receive per iuu miles JiiO, instead ' J2-50- as heretofore; the yardmen are riven an increase of 13 rcr cent, but the Passenger conductors, brakemen and train- men. who also asked for an increase, re main as they were., the company not being able to see its way to give an increase at present. Passes for Presidential Nominees. "I think ihe- Southeastern Passenger As sociation merely wasted, words in resolving not to furnish free trains to the presiden tial candidates mamng campaign tours. :,,h a nrJminent Western naasenier official uusinessmen. nunurcui rcicpses irom otner treatments reclaimed. The inj' ry that tt-v nervous system sustains Is aIo Itmlnated b' this treatment, and tbo patient Is vbced na!gorousaniI robust condition. t'oisu!tliinn free a frso-n.1 ore prcf-rreit tm letters of Inquiry an swered M--mji'IV!d io irUrniiulir 1HEP4QUIX MMUNB CO.. Dft. r. Hi: tlwtlci! E'r.. t. Ij:i. '., r Dfpt 1'. II4J 5j!a St, Euui( ty, ". sowesiwoii rnimn-nntriii i awMpi sJMIaj1,tMnjMjjji hwim SCHOOLS. WESTERN &I!HTAuY ACADEMY, Upper Alton II!., ESTABLISIIKD reputation. Limited number. Thoroughly equippsd. Kxcelleat location. Convenient to St. Louis. Owned and managed by teachers of long experience, who take personal charge of the cadets and assume personal responsibility for their care and instruction. Ask for Circular. ALBERT M. JACKSON, A. M., President. R MISSOURI MILITARY ACADEMY I &j?9iVi.j''."1'$ 1'1 e"T ta!li31s;f, mvArrn, firs.tlrallr Crrsrsf. 100 mertm. IrSh '&'A&v:l i rr-ii Mil n n. t t..r-ic.i r wis itd!.i aiiiurr ci s.a Tho nev. barracks are cciaileteJ. Kow ready BU??CHS H2LL IVIILsTARY ACADEMY, ggj."SjSK'5t 10O large trees on campus. Kino rqulpaents. Gymnasium T6r3J feet. Experienced and s;hol srly teacners. Person il tralnlcg and csre. High testimonials. No tetter at any price. Ask for catalogue and views. Special facilities for SMALL llOYiv Owns ept. 11 COL. 8. L. STIVEtt. Ph. D.. Dunker Hill. 111. !7V lJSTiXJ&jElJEi. IVE YILLB. MO. O.dessaal m-)t iJ "a 1 ftoo.y X'A H Jjjra arjDjratUa far Coilez3or Baslaen. ISesjof home ciro M!Iita-r D;Dartmentrea- wSaiiv zat ladby both Stita aal 0. A G37crameats- Col. T. A. JOHNSTON. A. n.. 3upt. SCHOOLS. MARY INSTITUTE. A Department of WashlnitoT L'nWerslty. A thcriuehly rade! schoct for girls, with rrlmarj. mterined! le and academic departments. Vupl'3 of u yars t Sse and upwards reeellfrl. O 'Ise pn-iarattan a sd laity. Graduates ad-rnl-ted io Wedesley. Smith and Vasar on cer tificate. ntnr.i examinations en September 25 end 2C. S-c.lcoI cpsns e,trmt er :" n. II. S11AU3. Principal. SLIIISIIIIIBSCIL 1SUU IVAMIIAGTO.V AVEM'i: Knrollmer.t and examination for a3mll4n Fri day and Saturday, si plutr M anl ri Appli cants hu present dijloicas from city grammar rchou's or other chools of correspomlinjr grades ere adnJtteil without examination. Tor Illus trated catal.'Kue. etiinsr ccurse of atuay. terma and particulars as ta manuil training, apply to C. M. WOOUWAllO. Director. S&HTH AGADEHY (WASHIGTOf rxivniisiTY.) Trepares beja for coliese or scientiSc school of nny university, or for business. lYimary derart tnett. recently recrcar.ird. receives bojs SEVKM TEAKS OU) cr olJtr. New Purlls clarslfied bep-temh-r It. :5 and :?. Hch'Wl t-ecins September tt. Write for ratalofiue cr are principal any morr-irg. 9 tr l'i o'ciji-k. Academy of ace Nlne teentb and Wathinjton ave. CHAKIJCS P. CURD. Principal. A Business Education end the Flacs to gel it. JONE Commercial College, Shorthand end Tele- friph School, 303 !1. Oroadsij, onUlSri toJnti or all prsrtical rsilor.. rnnnlti .nd .ipptl. bgtl cei. 1 nates, b.ntt. rArA..! asd t rrrtpti tffices ta prul.oitl ni.nw ' i V I okfcr.pi'- t-enofftab-rt, l-les-satt cpcratvri .id r l.fki rotlt on. prorured UrOrsdsuu J. O. JSJHJLSUt, Prea't. nOPITtflMC? CUAKANTHEDrxdcrreixon rUuiilUhO sol3CC3d.Uo;curUrep&id; beard, tlfr-n:csulce free; no vacitloa. '' DRAUGHOS'S PilACTiaL CIS. faf&ZSi l.Uuis;H3sl;IIIs,T5n.:Sarannih,fia.: f Meilctr.sry, Ala.; Q::vi:'.en, Ttx.; Fcrt Worth, Tsx.; Utile Rest' Arit.: Shrs-.cpcrt. U. Ipacrsed by mr- rniats atit rank's. Ireerd. Shorthaal. urns. Auurrs t16 ' Benton College of Law, A. n. Cor. FrnnLHn niid Cranil Avcs., ST. I.OLIS. 3IO. cvcii.vRccc;invt: niiiv Tmnrnnx LILrUi!Ltflian ""t-i in INSTHlCTOll?. Thrte years' course leaatng to depiee of 1.1 11. One year's cour&e leading to degrev of Lt. M. Htudenti may have ilay tmnloment Hnd attend mctit lecture Diploma admltn to ths bar of Mltecuri. Next e?'on begins peptemter 10. Woo. For cat.sk gee. call (Z Ct,mmcn.lil building, or scdref.s Oeo. 1 CcrlH. nean.. Culver Military Academy (on Lake Maxinkuckeo) CULVER, INDIANA. Only a limited number of vacancies in this well-known school to be filled in September, iinrollmcnt for past session 242 cadets, l-'or information, or handsome illus trated catalogue, apply to Col. A. F. FLEET, A.M., LL. D., Superintendent. j cstordav. "I do not believe either Presi dent MriClnley or Mr. Bryan contemplaus traveling in special trains through tho cVtiVs where hh to rpeal:. which mtans business proportion, the rall- r-n.i. Miiii ..rrnrti to nav tho presiaentiai nominee to vUit the principal cities of the country." Norfolk anil AVcMern Anuual. Tho following balance sheet is taken from the annual report of tho Norfalk and West ern, wiilcli has Just been lasued in pamph let form; Assets l'sfO. ISM- Increare. Co-t road and equip- ., ., tc. ., , , . ,. . meni ..!-.. -"i ..,.-,. "i-r Capital eipenjil's. :..i.5Ja 402.03 J.ti3.'3T S'luiltles, in lieas. lnestmnt In other companies Aetets tecelvabie... Mat. and supplies.. Cash .... illseellaneoul I."U4. 0 1,7W E3K.M3 k5,80 1.38,;t J.ttC.TH 1W.1W 3M.OJ2 frJi.WA 75.3(5 1 !.i: ts7.727 Mm.sis tS.SJ7 Totals .... 1 t.rilltlr. ....ltl.0S3.7S J141.t5S.94S J1H.SI3 faniai nock J Ss.ww? .?.' -..."-- funded l-bt W.to.ao 4fi,711.Sflil J 1S7.7W ( i:qul!.ment Ilcna zij.) iJ.rrt) llo i i:r on oonas Accounts jrM" Taxes accruel ... Petternmnt fond .. Iteserve funds Prom and loss kur plus M.'.Wt l.f'll.Hl V.o.V'i tW.4 1.81 1. Ml e.sv 16.443 '"iilV.J7S i.:i.Ka . ' J3.r4J i rrf'SJ -kli ' B57.53 Totals .... Decrease. ..ll4i.OSS,7a Jlll.tS3.9U JX4i3.SU Personal nnil Cnrrcjit Notes. A special meeting ot the Exe-utlve Com mittee cf the Western Passcnuer Associa tion will be held in Chicago to-day. -J. Francis Loe. general agent for the Canadian laclflc at Chicago, was in the city yesterday. u.,. w riM-s nresldcnt and general manager of the Sew York and Ottawa. Is I . .. f. rn 4Fi-sirs A1 iranatnl in tne city. air. iiijs ;,.". "J- o. manager of tha Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis. R. W Stutsman, traveling passeneer agent ot the Chicago. Peoria and St. Louis, way In the city yesterday. J N. Templeton has been appointed traveling freight agent of the Southern, with headauartcrs at IJttle Rock, Ark., vice T. C. Tipton, resigned. There will be a meeting of rate clerks of Oklahoma and Indian Territory lines on September 23 at the headquarters ot tho Southwestern Passenger Bureau for the purpose of compiling tha new rate sheet ordered by the general passenger agents at their meeting hero last week. D. Bowes, assistant general passenger agent of the Chicago and Alton, haa re turned from his trip to Indianapolis. Vice President and General Manager Russell Harding of the Missouri Paclnc has entirely recovered from, his spsll of sickness He- went from Toledo to Put-In-Bay and i expected home- to-morrow. A meeting of freight traffic representa tives of Western trunk lines will be held in Chicago to-day. Tha Central Passenger Association will lie It whltKy. beer or any alcoholic drink, ntsolutelyiured br a uew process whlcn not onlv eliminates the desire but makesdrlni: so obnoxious that it cannot 1 o retained upon the stomach. The only treatment which im n'tine the txtllent. Knrtorseil hv leadlntr OUBED YANCEY & FONVILLE. Mexico. Mo. fcr uo. School opens September JO. - vr .jr.-t rv Sonooii, nrosioraas nit' Acuds-nyla Mlstrarl. Thar- SCHOOLS. KiniCWOOD MIUTAnT ACAnEMY-Bosrtlnj school fcr boja an young meat prepares for col 1'Ke or for buiiaeu. large, brautlful rroonds. Nineteenth etbool jeac beplns frpt. li Send for catalogue. Col. EJwsrd A. lial:bt. Ulrkwood. Mo. KILITARY AGADEHY ,t-t....'if iSlTlinarV Tennessee. ForroonrUiJIes. FnUI.IU C.or.e with ktn.lc. Art. r.lsrutloa, saoto -3. Oertilcitios to Welle.l.y ini BsIUWoaan's Collexe. 35ta jetrSept-SO. Cstalszus. THK li.MVKKSITY OF NOTRE OA3IC, Xotre Ilarae, Ind, Ths 5Tth Year Till! or.n September 4ta. 1305. Catslrtiru Tree Adlress ItEV. A. MOKnifcSET. C S. C President. Individual Instruction. Preparation for all collfget ard tdentifla chools. Special Instruction rlren In all branches and courses of uudy arranged. DEN I! AM ARNOLD. A. M. SSi; Olive tt., cr S32 Washington ave. M8. eOLLEGE OF LAW, Century building. St. Louis. Day and nltht rchooL Call or sen.! for catalogue. WILLIAM J. HOPKINS. President. EDGAR SCHOOL WjII epen Septetrber S7. In ths Conservatorlura, rft Ol.vt- rt Papi'.s tetM.ng at a distance uill b- conveyed tn and from the school. For further particulars adJreis Mbi Kdgar. Ortl-e hours V a. ra. to 1 p. m. aner September 17. HQVJ TQ STUDY ART We give la our illuftrated catalogue FREE valuable reformation and advice to those contemplating the study of Art. 8-nd postal for catalogue. I!AIUY C. IVES, Director. ST. LOUIS SCHOOL CF FIKE ARTS. St. Louis. t,lo. HQSIV3HR HALL. DAY AM) DUARDIXR SCHOOL FOn GIRLS. Certiilcat admits to Uit Fjutrrn colleges. Advantages in music an.t modern language. Opens kept- Ti. For catalogue address Misl Martha It. Mathenr. Principal, OS Waihtagtoa touluvard. Bcaumcnt Hospital Radical College, St. Louis. Cl9 thoroush coutm of Instruction. wHh tupcxior clinical sdvajitac?. Four ctriTftn cf lee turts required of all xcpt the SENIOH CIASS if the camlnir res!on. Studnu who have at terll TWO FUL.I COUfiEa of LECTURES wl 1 bf admitted to this cla undr rrecr.bf?d cuiiditiors and t eligible to rraduatlon. fes b!o OW33 bpt. 18. Catilogue on application. GENTHAL COLLEGE, FAYETTE, MO., Founded in 1857. t'tandard echolarshlp. unsurpassed In ths Westt Sl.ovi in bulIClnss and endowment: libraries. Irburatotles, gvmraslum. athletic grounds. Young men rind board. Including light and steam hat. at Cuprles Hall. Jus: finished, at a cost cf J2S.. s). at i a week: superior tralnltg sSered wom en at about one-half Ira cost In female collects, l'or catalogue acdress Prest. li. Craighead. FOREST PARK UNIVERSITY Orcns September 12. Rc-c!tal 2 p. m. by rrofs. Krofcer. iVLjws. Ashcroft sand KunkeL Pres. Cairnn at horns dally to enroll pup 1. C?r- tincates accepted ror entry Aithout e-imtnation. POUR FUtE SCHOLsAUSHIPji In CoUff to fc awarded to graduates from our High befool. Mary Instltuf and llcsraer Hall. tpedal attention tven to pupils falling to pss ItlRii Stliool exnr". LAdies CIa?es in Mdee Gymnarluni. i Opens tho 63rd ear Sept. 37th. Superior faculty. EngH'h, Latin, Rrcel:, German, Freach, Music, Science, Art, Physical Culture. For Illustrated "life- SESSIftBY held Us regular monthly meeting in Chi cago to-morrow. C. F. Parker, general agent of the Il linois Central. U expected home from Wis consin to-day. II. V. P. Taylor, assistant general pas Fenger agtnt of the V.'nhaph, returned to headquarters esterday from Ontario, Can ada. Tho friends of Assistant General Freight Ardent W. It. Peabody ot th MLsrourl ra cihe will regrot to luarn of his bereave ment In th loss of hlh wife, who died at Waupaca. W1b. Tho burial will take placa at Atchison, Kas. Wabash earnings for the first week in September were K&.334.2I, an Increase of $,W7.4 over last ear. W. G. Knlttle. traveling passenger agent of tho Big Four at Dallas. Tex.. U In tho city. He haa Just recovered from a severe upell of sickness. WEDS LOVER OF LONG AGO. Though Age lias Overtaken Them, Their Hearts Are Still Forid. RHPUBLIC SPECIAL Lexington, Ky., Sept. 10. The marriage ot Nelsou Hamon, aged HO. aud Mrs. Elizabeth Hutton, aged C3, here yesterday by the Rev erend Mark Colli?, at the Broadway Chris- tian Church, consummated, after many years, a betrothul of childhood days. When young Hamon taught county school in Scott County, and Mrs. Hutton. then a Miss Stn- tord- was one ot nts a'rest pupils, they be- j iittii? wij,cu, uui luvcra Quarrel sep- uiuieu mum uuu axuiion came between them. Both were married and lived hap pily with their helpmates, rearlnjc Urge families. Some years ago Mr. Hutton's husband died. She was not left an estate, and she secured a position as superintendent of the sewing department at the asylum. Hamon's w'lfo died a few jears ago, and after a time ho located Mrs. Hutton. A correspondence started up between them, which resulted in tho wedding to-day. JUDICIAL CONVENTION. Hrpubllcnns Will Jleet at Jefferson City To-Ilay. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. 10. The Rcpub-, llcan State Judicial Convention to nom inate a candidate tor Supreme Judge and name candidates for the St. Louts and Kansas City Courts of Appeals will meet In this city at I o'clock to-morrow. The basis of representation entitles HI delegates to sit in the convention, but a much smaller number, with proxies, will transact tha business. Judge G. A. Finkcnburg. Republican can didate two years ago. will be nominated for Supreme Judge. Wilson Cramer of Cane Girardeau. It is understood, will accept the nomination for the St. Louis Court of Ap peals. For the Kansas City Ctfurt of Ap peals nomination there are two candidates, N. T. Gentry of Columbia and W. TC. Am ick of St, Joseph, member of the Fortieth General Assembly from that city. Great victories over disease are dally won by Hood's Sarsaparilla. POLITICAL. roliowlng are the arpolntreerts of speakers so far ass gned by the liemocratic Stale Central Committee: HONORABLE WM. J. BRTAN. St. Lulr. Saturday. Slept. 13. J p. m. H'WORABLK D. W. SIIACKLKPOItO. Hsnnlbal. Thursday. Sept. IS. 7 P. la, Pella. Thursday. Sept. M. 11 a. m. Warsaw. FVday. Sept. 21. 1 P. rn. Osceola. Saturday, slept. S. 1 p. m. llumanvtlle. Mo day, Sert. :. 1 P- m. fJo!dn Oty, Tuesday. Sept. ij, 1 p. m. Sehell City. Wednesdar. fcert. 2. 1 p. m. Windsor. Thursdnr. bept. T7. 1 p. m. Jllgbee. Kri.l .y. sJept. JS. 7 p. m. Vellsille. Saturday. Sept. M. 1 P. m. llontgomery City. Saturday. Sert. tJ. 7 p. m. IIONDItABLn JOHN P ALTGELO OF ILLI NOIS. Joplln. Tcesilay. Sent. II. Sprinrti'ld. Wlneaay. Sep II. IION-OItABLE A. M. DOCKCTIT. SmlthMlle. Tu'eday. Spt. 11. 11 a. ra. Proolceli. Tuesday. Sept. 11. 7 p. m. Maeon fity Weene'iay. S-ep'. li. 1 r. ra. Moberlr. Wlne'day. Sept. 11, 7 p. m. Hannibal Thureday, Sert. 11. 7 p. m. FU Joph. Fjld'y. Sept. 14. 7 p. m. Maryville. Saturday. Sept. 15. t p. m. IJnreue. Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1 p. m. R'ehnrtnd. Mcrdav. Sent. 1. 1 P. m. St-elvllle. Wedresdav. Sept. 19. 1 p. m. Cuba. Wedn-sdsy. 9-pt. 19. 7 p. m. Bella. Thur-dar Sept. 20. t p. m. FprlnrrleM Frfi'ay. Sept. 21, 7 p. rt. Waytesvllfp. Saturday. Sent. 22. 1 p. m. Crocker. Fatu-dar. S-pt. 22 7 p. m. PbtTain. llcndav. S-pt. 24. 1 p. m. TVe.t rialns TU's'ay. Sept. r,. 1 p. m. Willow Sprlncs. Tuerdav Sept. 23. 7 P- m. As. wdn''ay. Sept. "2f. 1 p. m. llartvll'e. ThurrSay. Sent. 27. 1 p. rt. Mansnld. Thursday. Sept. 27. 7 p. nx. Ah Oro-. Friday. Sept. 2'. 1 p. ra. n ntrn. Saturday. Sept 2J. 1 P- m Hdalla. Paturdar. Sept. 2. 7 p. m. Centertown 1'ondav. Oct 1. 3 P- m. Jefferson C'tr. Jtoni"ay. Oct. 1. 7rfO p. m. Mnckoevvlll". I.'l.. Tuedar. Oct. 2. 1 p. m. St. Iill. Tttesdar. Oct. 2. 7 p. ri. .Terse-ille, 111. Wednesday. Oct. J. 1 p. m. St. Lou!. Wednesday. Oct. 3. 7 p m. HON-ORAHIE J. J. RUSSELL. Otl.r.n. Tuefdny. !ept. 11. 1 ". rn. l"orsvth Wednesday. Sept. 12. 1 p. m. 03ln-vllle. Thtrr-dav, Sept. 13. 1 p. m. Ara. Frldav. F.pt 14. 1 p. m. JfanafleH. Fridav. Sept 14. 7 p. m. willow Spripes. SatU'dav. pt. 13, 1 p. n. Thav.r Monda-. Sent. 24. 7 r. m. Weet Plsine, Tjeday, Sept 21, 1 p. m. Thomarl!Ie. Wedriar Srt. 2S. 1 P- m- Allen. Thursday. Spt 27. 1 p. m. Doniphan. stnrday. Sept. 29. 1 p. m. HONORABLE JOHN A. LEK. Oaleni. Tuesday. Sept. II. 1 P. ni. Forsith' Wnlresday. Sept. 12 1 P. m OalnesviMe. Tnur'dav. Sept. IJ. 1 P- rn. Ara. Prldsy Sent. 14. 1 p. m Horlngfleld. Fridav. Sept. 14, 7 p. m. Thave-. Monday. Sept. 54. 7 p ra. W-t Plslns Tursdar. Sent. 23. t P. rn Thomssvtlle. Wedresdsy. Sept. 23. 1 p. in. Alti. Thutrday. Sept, 27, 1 p. ra. Hon'p'ian, Saturday. Sept. s. 1 p. m. Nevada, Mcrday, Sept. 17. 7 p. rn. Fayette. Tue-'i-e "0t, is. 1 n. m HONORABLE M. E. BENTON. FhIMra. J'onlay. S-pt. 17, 1 p. m. Palmyra. Tuesday. Sent. 1". 1 p. m. Hsnnlral. Titeedsy, Sent. U. 7 P. m. Pleasant Hl'l. Wednesday. Sept. 19. 1p.m. lllllshoro. Monday, Sent. 24. I p. in. aj- roio. .icnnay, rsej.i. 21. p. tu Piedmont. Ttieday. Sept. 25. 1 p. m. Poplar Bluff. Tuesday, Sept. 23. I p. m. s-MVes-o-, We.tneso'sr. Sept. : 1 r. m FloomnVfl. Thursday, ge-t. 27. 1 p. rn. rxtr. Thursday. Sept. V. 7 P. rn. italden. Friday. Sent. it. 1 p. m. rruthervllle. Saturday. Sept. 2S. 1 r. ra. HONORABLE D. A. DE ARMOND. Archie. Tuesday. Sept. 11. 2 p. re Everett. Tuesday Sept. 11, 7:30 p m. llerwln, Wednesday, S?ept. 12, 1:20 p. m. Urexel, Wednesday, Sept. 12. 7:30 p. m. Freeman. Thursday. sVpt. 13. 1:3d p. m. Blton. Thursdav, Sept. 13. 7:3 p. m. !srd-n City. Frfilay. Sept. 14, 1:2) p. m. Te!hton. Friday. Sept. 14. 7:3a p. m. Urlch. Staturday. SVpt. 13. 1J0 p. m. Blalrstoun. Saturday. Sept. 13. 7:30 p. m. Eldorado Springs. Monday. Sept. 17. 7:0 p. m. lllley. Tuesday. Sert. 1!. 1:30 P- m. Jerlco. Tuesday. Sept. IS. 7:20 p. m. Cedanille. Wednesday. Sept. 19. 1:30 p. ra. Arccla. Wedr.e-d7- Sept. 19. 7:30 p. m. South Greenfield. Thursday. Sept. IS. 1.-3 p. ra. Everton. Thursday. SVpt. 29. 7:30 p. m. olllns. Friday. S-pt- 21. I'M p. m. Rocoe. rTiday. Sept. 21. 7:30 p. m. Tabervlll. Saturday, Bept. 22. 1:3 p. m. Rnckvllle. Saturday. rVnt. 22. 7:33 p. m. HO.S'OItABLC DUDLET G. WOOTEN OF TEXAS. SpringHeld. Sept. 23. 0 p. nt. HONORABLE J. H. WHITECOTTON. Jtacon City, Wednesday. SVpt, 12. 2 p. ra. Clarence. Tuesday. Sept. IS, J p.m. HONORABLE W. S. COWHERD. IJnneus. Tuesday. Sept. IS 1 p. m. ' lircokfleld. Tuesday, fcept. 11. 1 p. m. HuntsvlUe Wednesday Sept. 12. 1 p. ra. Stcberly, wtdneday, fcept. 12 7 p. m. Fayette. Thursday. Sept. 13. 1 P. m. Ulargow ThursCay. Sept. IS. 1 p. rrt. Slater. Prlday. sept. 14. 7 p. m. Callatln. Saturday Sept. 13, 1 p. m. J.!trty. tnnuay. Sept. 17. 1 p. m. Sheldon. Vtedneslay, Spt, 1. 1p.it. Xaimar. Wednesday, Sept. 19, 7 p. m. Carthage. Thursday, SVpt. 20. 7 p. m. Pierce 4'lty. rr'day, Sept. 21. I p. m. Sprinsneld. rtlday. Sept. 21. 7 p. m. Marshileld. Saturday. Sept. 21p.m. HONORABLE JAMES A. REEP. Emlthvllle. Tuesday. Sept. 11, 1 p. m. Maeon City. Wednesday. Sept. 2. 1 p. is. Audrain County,. Thursday. Sept, 13. Mnysvllle. Friday, SV-pt. 14. 1 p. ra. Mrj'Mlle. Sept. io. 8 p. re HONORABLE WJf. If. WAtLACE. Macon City. Thursday. Sept, 13. 1 p. a. HONOR AEIJi CHAMP CLARK. Gant. Thursday. Sept. 13, 1 p. rn. Sturgeon, I"riday, Sept. 21. 1 p. m. Kennctt, Thurtdar, Oct. 11, 1 p. rn. New Madrid. Friday. Oct. 12. 1 p. m. "harIton. Saturday, Oct. 13, 1 p. m. Epeuldirg springs. Friday, sept. 14. 2 p. m. Benton. Monday. Oct. IS. lp.ni. HONORABLE WEBSTER DAVIS. Macon. Wcdr.rsdy, Sept, 12,1 p, m. bt. l"juie. Satuiday, Sept, 13, 7i p. m. HONORABLE D. A. BALL Macon, Thursday. Sept. 13. 2 p. ra. BUcknater. Saturday. Sept. 13, 1p.m. HONOP.AULE FRANK U. FARRI3. Crtlcelll. Saturday, Sept. 13, 1 p. m. IIONCltABLE JAS. T. LIjOYD. Macon, Wednesday. Sept. 12, 1 p. m. UONOHABLE F. M. tTOCKRELL. Paris, Thursday, Sept.- 13, lp.m. Kelesille. ITida), depu 14, 1 p. m. Carroliton, Saturaay, fcept. 13. 1 p. m. KirksMlli Monday, Sept. 17. 1 p. m. Lancaster. Tuewiay, fcept. Is, 1 p. in. Memphis, Wednesday, sept. 19, 1 p. in. Xahota. Thursuay. .pt. m, 1 p. m. Bowling Oreen. Friday, Sept. 21. t 1. in. andalia. Saturday. spl. - ip. m. lulton. Munjay, bept. 24. J p. uu Cotum&U. Tue.day. bept. S, I p. c. Fayette, Weo.ne.day. sept. al, 1 p. m Boonvllle. TLursday. Sept. 27, 1 p. ra. Marshall, ITlday. fpt. 2J. 1 p. m. usctola, Saturday, bept. 29, 1 p. ra. Eldorado. 31onday, Oct. 1. i p. m. biovkton, Tuesday, Oct. 2. 1 p. ni. Greenlleid. Wednesday. Oct. 3, 1 p. m. Mount Vernon. Thursday, Oct. 4, 1 p. ra. Aurora Friday, Oct. 3. 7 p. m. tauvllle. Saturday. Oct. t. 1 p. m. larminxton. Monday. Oct. s. 1 p. m. Ste. Geneieee. 'luesday, Oct. 9. 1 p. in. l'erryTllle, Wednesday. Oct. W. 1 p. ra. Jacsson. Thursda. Oct. 11. 1 p. in. Cape Girardeau. Ihuisda). Oct. 11. 7 o. ra. liarfcle Hill. Friday. Oct. 12. 1 p. m. Fiederlcktown, Saturday. Ocu is. X p. ra. Unn. Hon J. y. Oct. 15. 1 p. m. Jerteraon City. Tuesday, uct. 15. 1 p. ra. Ok an. Wednesday, Oct, 17. 1 p. ra. Calllomla, Tnursday, Oct 1. 1 p. m. veisaiues. r nuay. ici. 1-. . v. ra. Gallatin. Saturday, Oct. 2J, 1 p. m. bethany. Monday. Oct. H I p. n. Albany. Tuesday. Oct. 23. 1 p. ra. Gram Clt, eanesday. Oct. 24, 1 p m. Uarjvllle. Thursday, Oct. 2a. 1 p. in. l'lattsburg. Friday. Oct. 2..l P. in. llajsvllle. Saturday. Oct. 27. 1 p. ra. HONOKABLE E. M. RICHMOND. Linneus. Tuesday. Sept. 13. HONORABLE E. a CT.OW. L'Tlch. Friday. Sept. 14. 1 p. m. Clinton. Friday, bept. 14. w:30 p. m. Calhoun. Saturday, pt. 13. 1 p. in. Wlndior, Saturday, Sept. 15, " p. m. Hloomile.d. Mbnaay, bept. lr, 1p.m. Popilr Bull. Tuceday. Sept. IS, 1 p. m. Ironton. ednesday. Sept. 1 1 p. 11,. Bismarck. Thursday. Sept. 20. 1 p m. Flat lllxer. luesuay. cept. , 1 p. ni. Potosi. frldsy. Sept tl. I p. in. Fe.lus. Saturday. Sept. 22, 1 p. m. HONORABLE SAM It. JEFFRIES. Palmira, Tuesday, Sept, 25, 1 p. in. HONORABLE JAS. R. WADDILL. Marshfleld. Monday. S-pt. 17. 1p.m. ; IIOXORAULB II. N. I'HIIJJI'S. 1'Vederlcktor.n, Satunlay, Sept. IS. 1p.m. HONORABLE DAVID OVERMTER. Maccn. Thursday. Sept. 13. 1 p. m. Trenton. SeptemWr . 1 p. m- HONORABLE C. A. WINDLE. Macen. Ihorsday. Seit 13, S p. m. HONOKABLE SAMl'r.L ALSCHULER OF IL LINOIS. St. Louis. Tuesday and Wednerday, Oct. 25 and 2C. HONORABLE C. F. COCHRAN. Jefferson Club. Tuesday. Sept. 11. u. m. King's highway and Easton ave.. Wednesday, Sept. 12, t p. m. Twentieth and Salisbury sts., Thursday. Sept. 12, J p. m. Lemp's Part. Thirteenth and Utah sts.. Thois day, bept. 13. 8 p. m. HONORABLE C. D. VANDIVER, King's highway and Easton ave., Wednesday, Sept. 12, p. m. .wentleth and Salisbury sts. (Turner nail). Thursday, Sept- IS. p. m. lamp's Park. Thirteenth acd Utah rts . Thurs day. Sept. 13. S p. m. bt. Boniface's Hall, Friday, Sept. 14. t p. ra. HONOR.BLE TH03. li MULVniILL King- highway and Easton aves., Wednesday, Sept. 12. S p. m. Twentieth and Sabsbury sts., Thursday, Stepi. 13, s p. m. HONORABLE J. W. FALK. Kins'" highway and Easton aves.. Wednesday. Twentieth and" Salisbury sts., Thursday. Sept. IX S p- rn. HONORABLE BEN F. CLARK. Lemp's Park, Utah and Thirteenth sts., Thurs day, Sept. 13. S p. m. FRANK A. J. HlLLER. Ivtmp's Park. Thirteenth and Utah sts., Thurs day, sept- 13, S p- m THOS. L. ANDERSON. JR. Twentieth and Salisbury sts., Thursday. Sept. 1!. J p. m. HONORABLE T. P. RIXEY. Vandalla, Saturday. Sept. 22. 7) p. m. HONORABLE F. M. ESTES. Boerker's HalL . e. cor. Twentieth and B!s eell sts.. Friday. Sept. 14. S p. m. Local committees In the respective counties a requested to see that meetings are properly ad vertised and that all necessary arrsngemenu art made for the speakers. maa wr i jj, BETBERT, Caalmaa. j. K. Edwards. Becrstary. AUCTIONEERS. Msasssissaisassi' fi. . SELKIRK & CO., AUCTION and STORAGE Regular sale every Saturday at warehouse. 1SCS-1S-12 Chouteau ave. Sales In resldenres a specialty. Main office. 204 N. Slitn st. Fhona s'.i- v"i. AMUSEMENTS. 6-RAGES-6 KINLOCH PARK. To-Day Rain or Shine: Wabash trains leave Union Station for KInloch at 1:15 p. m., ISO p. m. (Saturdays only). 1:45 p. m. Leave foot of Olive street at 11 n a. m.. 1:30 p. m., 1:55 p. m. and 4:15 p. m. Suburban trains leave Wells Station every five minutes. Admission. Including round trip over Wa bash Railway. $1.0). COLUMBIA COXTINLors VAUDEVILLE No Stops No Walts From 1 tlU Md Dally. Ezra Kendall, t'aron ard Herbert, Jceeph Atielmarn, Wart-nbrg Bros., Grant and Grant. George Connell. Frederick Hallen and Mclllo FullT. Fidierand Carroll. 2 Constantlne Sisters. Lundo and Lorenzo. The Lamotnes. linoy Gladys Tiie Klnodrome. Slat, and Night, 13c. 23c. 3K-. Reserved. Me. Matinee! nrantsiaT. CI1ANQ1 Satariar. Night Prices, 15. 25. 25. M and 75c Rusco & Holland's Iiti.ie IVtiitiJlj. tMi te.tt. He. MI-'ISTELt. Sun. Jlat.. Sept. IS 'TOR HER SAKE." "a! VMDlr OXLYMAT7EB ULT Iwl rlv wcdsesoa y. T1-T in Prices, SI, 75c. 50c, 23o No rerformancs next Saturday afternoon or Saturday nlcbt. . , Next Sunday TIM MCRritT in "A Bachelor's) Romance." HAVLIN'S. As Cool as a Dip in the Sea. 53 Noiasless Faas. Iltf . BDIH6HT-C11HI01W. . ?i!!..c&. Sunday Mar. Neat 'The COcvJcfa Daughter." FOMSTMW HopiiBs Puilloa. HIGHLANDS IO-H1SS11 BET lll'S TROLTE OF 1B1BS-IO ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE. Admission to grounds tree. Reserved Seata Ita and 2c. STANDARD. The Homo cf Folly. Two Frolic DaCy. EUROPEAN SENSATION BURLESQUERS. COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. DELM AR. latintts Shi., Wtd., Sat. La-t Week of Season. Ending Next Sunday Night, Bept. IS Revival by Request Tues. and Wed., I Thu FrL and Sat.. EVANGELINE j Girl From Paris Same strong east sama big productions. Seata at Boliman's, 1191 Olive. LAST WEEK OF SEAON. BIO VAUDEVILLE BILL. HACDlNdANDAHMD, MLLE. OL1VH. PETE BAKER. riARTIINNETTIE BROS. ' AND A HOST OF OTHERS. Admission to grounds free. Seats 2Sc and lta. Two shows dally. 5T. LOUIS PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION LAUNDRY 179S X. THIRTEENTH ST. Csntlrjosa ta serve aa appreciating pubil wtt rst-elasa haad work, uslcs; no cnemlcala aaa having lately adopts Domaatla ftalak. Tbaaa Tyler s7IA. Postal Telegrapli Gable Co. Mai at OB, Lelaa BaU-Uaar, FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS. 400,000 Kllea -Wire, S.OOO Oflloa. "W ttomI ats pleaaasl ta bavaals ya TelearrasBS. Try aa. Telephone 18 63. WILLIAM F. HOLMES. H. J. DISKNaXtsa, President. aasmtary. ESTABLISHED IN 1I4. Missoorl Mate Mutual Fireaal Aarlat Iasurancs Company. OUcs Na 711 Chestaut, at.. St. Loula, Ko. Tl BeU Mala 277L TsL KInloch A Has. Policlsa Ara Written an Either stock or Mutual Plan. DIBXCTOiUs. J. B. C Lucas, Augustus Neddertmt, D. D. Walksr. Henry C Haarsttek. Jas. W. Kell. if. R. Orthwsln. Jaa. B. Kslma, Wm. T. Homsa, TO FURNACE CONTRACTORS Office of the President of tha Board of Public Improvements, SL Louis, September 11, 1308. Sealed proposals for the publio work here inafter mentioned will be received 11 ttt office ot the President of the Board of Pub lic Improvements until 12 m. of th SIXTEENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, J3C0, at which hour they will be publicly opened and read, via: . ... For rurn!hlna; materials, tools ana labor and repairing; three boiler furnaces ct tha Four Courts. Deposit required. $15. Proposals must be made on blank forms furnished by the President of the Board of Public Improvementsi. The right to reject any and all bldl Is expressly reserved. Specifications and form of contract may be teen at the office of the President of the Hoard of Public Improvements. E. A. HERMANN. President Pro Tem. IRON CASTINGS WANTED. Office of the Commissioner of Supplies. City Hall. SepL 10. 1S09. Sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned, to be opened at his office at 12 o'clock m. on FRIDAY NEXT. 14TH INST., for furnishing the Street Commissioner with castings. In accordance with drawings and specitlcattuns on Ilia In the office of the Bridge EiiRineer. To be delivered and unloaded at Grand avenue and Gratiot street within two week:;. Certified check for JlflO. payable to the undersigned, must accompany each bid. Call at Commissioner of Supplies for blanks and further information. Rids must be In duplicate, free from all alteration or erasure, and to both the orig inal and duplicate must be attached a copy of this advertisement. AH bids havlne any alteration or erasure thereon wilt be rejected. .,.... Tho Commissioner reserves the right to reject any and all bite ft jiejer Commissioner of Supplies. 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