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THE KEPUBLIC: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1900.
v -.r -v" -spesy
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Discount rates wore ." to T pi-r cfnt on call
.and time loans. Clearing. Sl.trftiUI, lnl
inccs, JCWSOtf. New Yoik eh.tni; 10c
discount liW. Par asked; l.oui,- illf We li"
nunt bid. pir asked; Chlcami, loc discount
Md, par asked; New Orleans?. 10c discount
Md, par asked; Cincinnati, We dUcounl
bid. par allied.
The local vvlieit market closed sfeady at
f&& n. Nov., CTc Bee, 73SW3"i.c Mav.
ll'-STS'.Jc No. 2 red. Com clo-ed better at
5."ic"n. Nov.. 34ric n. Dec, 2VLc a. Miy. ZM
:'6'.c No. 2 white. Oaf closed at 3c i
Nov., 22sc 1). Dec, 24Hc b. May. Zllic No. 2
The local market for standard iiim iork
closed quiet at J13 for new. Prime steam
lard closed steady at TWc for list Side
The local spot cotton tnarl.it (I'i-"d
LOCAL .NO bl'nrRiiXN
1 lie ..ivv and Order Socieiv of l)es l'eres
will suspend rules and nit c t Ml" l)i in mi
Benjamin F. Ncl-on was buiied in Helle
Marriage Licence Clerl; l'i!le ml vises
prospective ouples to nroeine Hi enst s b
lore TlMnlc-Kiiing Dav
Burfrlirs-ciury oft a litillilo? ulnoli was on
ttunrd in .1 liarn.
horse was almost burled in s-oft earth
on Henrietta street.
Clljah N. Simpson. Tfi pars old father of
dark II. Sampson, succumbs to .lpoplew.
World's lilr headquarters will be op ned
in the Carleton biiildlni;. Mlti and i ill v.
-treets, this 'nook
The Illinois Soeletv will complete it- or
sanl7ation tliis Tek
Members of the llipublicaii City Commit
tee ask that all IJemotiats in Hie . uiplov
of the city be removed
Circuit Judffes are assigned lo courtrooms
for the next term
Mrs. Jennie Tviroll. vhoe husband ob
tained a divorce, arks for .i modilleatio'i of
the decree and the vutidv of lir diucji
ters. rather William Kotte. assistant instor of
Si. Mark's Chinch, leaves the ut wltho-jl
making any explanation.
Tom J Cannon of St l.oui. at Ihe Itrl
cation Consrcs in Chlr-jRo. diseu-es the
financial aspect of the reclam ition ot 'ind
Steamer wrecked in the Ixiwer St l.'iw
rence and the crew of nineteen and seven
Landslide destrovs live Vet ViiRitila corl
mines. Biff bluff -plltu open and diop- into
Monitor Nevada Is Hunched
Iloko Smith !as the South will no lonscr
follow Bryan in his advocnev of Chii igo
It was Actor Richaid Man'fleld' Mj
kiss that offended Actress Katherlne C.rev
JIIss Grey complains, in a suit for dim
?es that his ocsculalion m ide her lck.
The kiss Ls described as rude, inder nt and
Twelve men acceptable Jo both .sides have
been secured in the Mornoin murder ta-e.
Tlie Transcontinental Passenger Associa
tion closed Up sessions hie and iidjoiirnt-d
to meet in Chicago on November i.
President Spencer ot Ihe Southern talks
of thi future of the Air Line.
The Cotton Belt mav nnke an extension
soon in Texas.
Several minor changes in the operating de
partment of the Big I'our become effective
on December L
Wabash division freight agents will hold a
meeting at Union Station on Tnesia.
The Pennsylvania denies that It will con
trol the Jersey Central.
The mechanics' strike on the New York
Central ha been settled.
Frederick J. Plcard. a well-known railroad
man, died at Columbus. O.
President Hill of the Great Northern talks
of recent rumors about the Northern Pacific.
English statesmen trjlng to find an easy
way to back out of the China muddle.
Americans scale a hilltop fortress In Lu
zon and capture it in the face of a heavy
fire from its defenders.
American Jockeys won four ot the sx
races at the last day of the Manchester
Lester Relff, Tod Sloan and J. Relit stand
one. two. three in the list of winning jock
OS on the English turf for the cIolii5 seat-on.
RcifTs victory is the first in the his
tory of England.
Vesuvlnn ran a magnificent race at Tan
foran. capturing the Donraster Handicap
cleverly after running around his field.
Sam Hlldredth's Seido captured the 2
5 ear-old event at Tanforan.
New York. Nov. 24. Arrived: Campania
from Liverpool, Norge, Copenhagen, etc.
Sailed: Pretoria, Hamburg, via PI mouth
and Cherbourg; Umbrla, Liverpool.
Antwerp, Nov. 23 Arrived. Southwark,
Havre, Nov. 21 Sailed: La. Gascognc,
Havre, Nov. 21. Sailed: Colombia, New
York. Liverpool, Nov. 21 Sailed: Etrurla, New
York. Arrived: Georglc, New York. Lu
canla. New York.
Hamburg1. Nov. 23. ArrlveJ: Auguste
Victoria, via Plymouth.
Genoa, Nov. 24. Arrived: Kaler Wilhelm
II. New York v la Naples.
Naples, Nov. 24. Sailed: Columbia. New
Yokohama, Ncv. 23 Arrived: Empress ot
Japan, Vancouver, for Hong-Kong.
Cherbourg, Nov. 24. Sailed: St. Louis,
Southampton, for New York.
Bremen. Nov. 21 Sailed: Ftiederlek dcr
Grosse, New York, via Southampton.
Sometimes becomes chronic, covers the whole body, and causes in
tense suffering. Outward applications, however much they may
mitigate, cannot cure. The trouble proceeds from humors inherited
or acquired and persists until they have been removed.
Hood's Sarsaparilla positively removes them, has radically
and permanently cured the worst cases, and is without an equal for
all cutaneous eruptions.
Begin treatment with Hood's without de-.
"I became the victim of a very seveie sLiu
disease. My skin was covered with small, itch
ing pimples and Iliad front one to three boils at
a tunc. Before one would beal, others would
appear. The pimples itched badly ,-ind I would
scratch them until they vvouhl bleed. I gradu
ally grew worse for a year, l' had tried mauv
medicines, but each had failed to bring relief.
Then I began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and in
three months I was cured. To-day my skin is
smooth, my blood is pure and I am enjoving the
best of health." F. J:. Smhlskr, Current View.
"Our little boy was afflicted with cwema. It
began on his head, which became seal-. He bad
chronic diarrhoea and colic. Nothing did him
any good till we gave him Hood's Saaparilla,
which made him strong and hearty." Mrs. M.
Hornby, Tyawrence, Kan.
CONRAD KRATZ DISAPPEARS
AND LEAVES NO TRACE.
It the en ih had opened nnd swallosved
lilui. Conrad Krutz of No. 3(13 Gravois ave
inio could not have disappeared more com
pletely cr mji-teriouslv than he did 'asl
Monday afternoon Although the police, lus
emplovers, and his relatives hive sought
him high and low. thev have not obtained
the lightest clew to his w lit it about or
t v n to the niture of 111- tllape iranie
Thcre are clreuni'-iaii. - vvhkli suggest
foul plav willful abstiu." and nrtldtut; and
otlifr tiicunistniitts kiuiIIi strong, whlth
Mallv coiiti-nlii t all tliiee -of llu-e tiuoiles.
flti si divs ,jt .iniet .t tul hard woik.
I hi- sfiidiris alt t",aitlj at the stalling
point Willi h mi in" that Ihev hue not
leiimd one thing ihit lluows the faintest
ra of light on the imsterj
Kratr Was tinploved as diiiii bv the I"
W l:mn Peed oniiam of No .3.T
(Jravois avenue. 11" had ht Id the position
foi tight tear-, and was tlinioughlv Irustid
bv hi- emploMis He never dianl: to tx-ti-ss
md w is a ,ieat "honii liodv "
Ills domestic rtlition- wire hanpv. and
tin le I- liardh it (07Kr littl. home In South
St Louis than tint now ociiipltd bv his
vomig wife and Ihiii tliuliliv, mollis. Iilue
.vi.l tili. William who Is Jn-i 10 months
Ml- Kial7 st- the baliv w.i- h r hus-bind--
idol, and lint lit sp nl all his 1. i-ure
litiiu- at Uonii In order to plav with him.
8-lie siv- Hit le w.i nvr .m lioiible be
tvvten hi r anil la r liu-lund; and tint lh"ie
Is no otln r worn. ill in the ra-e
Urit wtiit home lo dlmu'i at the usii i!
hour last Monti i. and earlv In the .if lei -noon
st.utoil out v tth a two-lior-i nam to
ilt liver letd to a nr'nber of t t:suuiirs.
Whtn lit. did not letiini at suj per tliie. hN
wife thought he had lm:i tlelilntd bv bus
iitsv, but when midnight .nrivnl she lie
tame aliruieil mil wtut in .seuch of him.
When Mr Clemens learned of his abstnee
1 e notlh'nl Ihe polu. an I searching turtles
vire started in aJl direction".
Late n. the night Kratr.'- tt int was found,
tied at Scvt nth and Sidt.ev stuet-. It was
leuiii-d that lite Imr-ts hid been there for
ten hoiits or more. Seme of the linkages
which Ktatz had stittcu out lo tlellv.i
were still in the w.mon. but there was ro
trate of him No one lould be found tvho
hid nen him tie the hortes. and no man
answering Ids leciIptlon wan remembtrtd
ut am ol the store- in the neighborhood.
J, ARTHUR NELSON
ARRESTED IN IOWA,
Vtiuuii M:in Wlit) Msuiiitl His
Kinplow'p's l)aii.tflii'i- Ifiin
Aftnii of Fcilcral Atillioritics.
.1. Aiiliur Ni-l.-oii. who llgured hi an elope
ment In till- tllv .i vear ago, is in trovbl
in Iowa. He was arre-ttd ai Guthrie (Vu
ler In that Stale e-Krdav at the lntlg.i
lion of Post Office Insreclor Sullivan, oti
a charge of running an "helr-at-liw
aginc." He was taken to Pes Moines for
a prelimlnar hearing before the Vnittd
In the summer of lS'O Nelson was , on
lected with Oakland Park in the capatltv
of st.ige manager and general utilitarian.
While ihet- he became acqu ilnted with
.MTss Annie Giuen, the prett daughter or
Henry Gmeii, proprietor of tho theatei.
Nelson, who is an exccedlnglv vvtll appear
Ins man, won the joung girl's affection and
thev became secretly engaged.
At the end of the season Nelson got Into
trouble with Gmen. Ho took JCO, which
was due him for salary, from tjie funds of
the theater, and was arrested and chargtd
with grand larcenv. He was acquitted at
Throughout his entire trouble. Miss Gruen
stood, by her sweetheart. When hi- was ar
rested s-he attempted to send money to the
Pourt Courts to bill him oyt. The waiter
whom h& used as a messenser was stopped
l.Mr. Gruen, and prevented from fultill
Ing his errand.
Later, however, sh- Micceeded in securing
NeIois release on bond. Three weeks
after his trial Nelson (loped with Miss
Gruen and they were mnrrleu at Belleville.
WHEELER GOES BACK HOME.
No Kvitlenee to Connect Jliin Wit It
the Iron .Mountain Iloltl-Up.
James Wheeler, of Gravel Pit. Ky . who
was arrested at Union Station Frlilav even
ing, was released from custodv last nigi.t
bv Chief Desmond end placed on an Illinois
Central train by Detective Tom Dwer.
Chief Desmond satisfied himself vesterdav
that Wheeler knew nothing of 'the Iroii
Mountain robbery and that he was simply a
mlsgutded individual, who had honest.v
tome Into possession of the S400 -hlch lie
had in his pockets.
ROBBED SPENCER'S HOUSE.
Louis Drulen Admits Taking Em
I.ouIs Drvden pleaded guilty esterday
afternoon In Judge Wood's court to
burglary In the lirst degree.
Drjdcn robbed Judge Spencer's residence
on Washington uvuiue. where he was im
p!ocd, while the family was out of the
citj last summer. The ;-entence was post
poned until next week.
Tetter or Salt Rheum
"When 1 first began taUng Hood's Sarsapa
rilla my body and head were covered with
blotches which would scale off, leaving a raw
surface. It appeared like eczema. After, taking
Hood's a short time the trouble gradually dis
appeared and finally the places all healed,
smooth and clean, leaving my skin as fair as a
child's. I am gaining in flesh every day. I con
sider Hood's Sarsaparilla a wonderful medicine."
Tai.mage E. Lancaster, Green Ridge, Mo.
"I had ecrema for a year, but Hood's Sarsa
parilla has surely cured me. I tried several
other kinds of medicine before taking Hood's,
but found no relief." Mrs. C. A Field,
Heart's Sarsaparilla Promises to Cure and Keoas
Who has In en nosterlous.lv missing sine
last Mondaj afternoon.
Btfoie ne reached Seventh nnd Sldnpv
slteels he had collected between $.1 and
K. but his emplovers do not billeve the
iiionoy tempted him. Ho had l"ft heveral
times that amount at home, and the the
ory is that If he h id intended to disap
pear he would not have gone 'iwav in ills
working clothes and left all lus money nt
Kratz is 32 jears old. about live feet six
Inches tall, and veihs about l:) pounds.
He Ins blond hair and mustache, and florid
complexion He wore a gingham shirt,
brownish-gray toil, cordurov trou-ers and
giav soft hit. The photograph punted
hirtwilh was taken about a veir and a
lulf ago. His wife -i- It i- a good lll.e
ne.ss, evtept th.n ,iith his hii I mus
tache ai lcmjur now.
CORN KING PHILLIPS
SAVED HIS GROWN,
Hi- Vifiiliiiioe Tltwni ieil Attempt
to Overthrow Him Dis-
cusses the Miineim-i-.
nni'i'iu.ir ervi w.
Chltago. III. Nov 21 Yoim-, Mi. Phillips
dtiected two prominent elevator llrm- in jn
attempt to undermine his corn thione.
The Appeals Committee of the Hoard of
Trade went down to South Chicago, exam
ined a big lot of corn that had been loaded
into the hold of the steamer Pabst and de
cided that tt." grain was not No. 2 contract,
but No. ?. Thei the committee s-amrled the
cargo that had bttn run Into another
-leamtr and pronounced It al-o under ton
tract. Win n the news nached the little broker
he s lid-
'Thev can't fool me. I know grain by the
feel. 1 ran tell It bv pulling mv hand in a
saok behind mv batk. If I lost mj hands
I could tell it bv looking at ii. If I were
blind us well as handlers 1 could tell It bv
smell. Say, I've stopped them. The funn.v
thing Is they have lost some good contract
torn. 'I hat stuff wa about lialf No. 2: it
was mixed with new corn. Tor a possible
gain of 7 cents a iiushel on new corn those
fellows have taken ICO.OCfl bushels of con
tract corn off the market. It Is. easy to mix
good corn with bad corn; It Is Impossible to
separate bad from good corn."
In two cargoes were 2J7,0tX) bush-Is of
corn. Only four more dajs of trading in
November corn remain. Thurdav is a legal
holiday and Ir!day Is the Ian dav of the
The promised contract corn has not jet
appeared. There Is no higu vet of thi
threatened break. The rain of vesterdiy
has cheered the 'o;ing man There wis
very little trading In the pit to-diy. At the
close the price stood at 4" cents for Novem
WATCHMAN'S VICTIM DIES.
.Joseph Manninir. 14 Year Old. Suc
cumbs to His Wound.
Joseph Manning, the 14- ear-old bov who
was shot bv Private Watchman John Vc
Carthv In the Terminal vard ThurIuV,
died at the Citv Hospital jesterdav moin
Ing. ' "
Tim fim.ir"il llt lift fenn. C VI.U.1..
- ... ."..- . .. .... ..v. uum .it. is it:tiuiiis ,
Church at .1 o'clock Monda afternoon, the j
pnuuearers oemg all selected from among
the bojs with whom he tled to rell papers
at I'nion Station.
The wntchmin who did t.'ie shooting Is now
hell nt the 1'ourt Courts pendim; the ver
tllct of the Coroner's Jurj. The Inquest
will be held to-morrow morning.
SALOONMHN'S BALL-The Henevolent
Association of Saloonmen nnd Uirtenders
will hold thtlr annual ball Thankpivlng
evening nt Uhrlg's Cave. Messrs. Hight
and Hughes, who hnve charge of the vaude
ville part of the programme, have arranged
an excellent programme. Valuable prizes
will be awarded to the most graceful
ihe Pro ml a a.
STANDARD IS SET
FOR FUTURE SHOWS.
New York's Most Successful Kvlii
hi I ion of Ilorses Conies
to a Close.
BANNER NIGHT OF THE WEEK.
Quality of Ihe Attraction, ('onsi.hi'
iiiil the Number of Entries,
Ne.v VoiL. N.iv 2i The sKle.-ntli annual
exhibition of the National llor--e Show As
sociation was brought to a cloee shortlv be
fcre midnight to-night at the Madison
The exhibition, nceoidlng lo the expres
sions of the management, has betn one of
the most successful ever held In New York.
All the old hor-e enthusiasts who mualiv
reclon back from the dajt of the first horse
show week In 18S.1, concede the undoubted'
success of the show just concluded The.
crowds have been enormous and the quility
of the show Itself, considering the large
number of entrlen. has ben well-nigh pei
fect. The entries, too. the eperts siv.
have been second to no other shotv in the
history of the asoclatlon-both In quiutltl
ard qirilltv. .
Ttccords have been established tint wilt
serve as standards for future exhibitions'
and a mvv enthusiasm has been arout-ed
and from the horseman's point of view th
science of breeding and training horses has
been materially advanced.
As Is the cutom. the list night of the
show Is alwavs the Innner night, and, as
the programme presented was or the cham
pionship varitv. the va"t audience at the
garden applauded vociferously v.htn I lie
evening's performance was begun with 111"
judging of harness horses After the prizes
wue awarded In tills i la's, the single har
m's hor.scs. championship aspirant', wcte
brought In two classes-horses not ( ced
ing IS'-', and the second-class. hor-es exceed
ing 15 The two classes of pairs of har
ness horses were then Judged, and the six
teenth minimi horse show was brought to a
t (inclusion bv the Judging ot hunters and
First I'rlie Awnrrtii.
The following first prlres were award, u:
Class :ti Hair-bred hackneys, stallions, )-vtar-old
or ovr. regltond In anv
lecognlred stud book, shown with three of
their get, the get to have been bred In
America; shown In hand and by side of
saddle house: Fashion, blk stallion, with the
following get: Mack Ventw. Delight and
American Conildence. Inhibitor, I'rcseou
Class ffl-Shet land 'ponies in harness not
ext ceding 4G Inches, .t-j ear-old or over.
.Irsi, Rkewbild, mare, William Sampson.
Voungslown. C : driver, .Mls 1'Iorentv
Class (ift Horses suitable for cavalry
.service, geldings, not under A vears? old,
from 15 1 to IS hands high, required to be
sound, well bred, gentle under saddle, free
from vice, with free and prompt action;
weight not lefA than 1T0. and not more than
1.17). Knlpa, blk gelding; Charles S. Smith,
Clas 121 Offered bv the MurravsHill
Hotel to stallions, marts or gelding: trot
ting or pirtly tortting. bred for road purposes-
Conformation, action, stvle. tolor
and good mannern to govern; .shown to
imiabouts or to wagons: Aktamont, ex
hibitor and driver. J. W. Cooke
Class 116, for best ponv In harness not ex
ceeding 12 hamlB, to be driven bv children,
and appointments to count Hubyk, bav
mare; exhibitor and driver, Mls Madge Na
than. ('Its 100. horses sullnble to become hunt
ers, light weight, up to carry 1IZ pounds to
hounds, conformation to count 50 per cent,
quality CO per cent Susette. gray mare; ex
hibitor. Sam Wlllett". White Plains; rider.
Class S4, polo ponies, not over 14 hands 2
Inches, up to carrying 200pouiids; must have
been used for polo Chunk, brown gelding;
exhibitor and rider. C. It. Snow den. Phila
delphia. lol( Vonlea.
Class 83. polo ponies, not over 14 hands 2
Inches, up to tarrying 150 pounds; rt.sl
have been used to polo Columbine, b-own
marc; exhibitor and rider, Samuel Wlllctts.
Class 113, pairs of horses, shown before a
private omnibus, horses to count 50 jui
tent, omnibus and appointments 50 per cent;
hor"es nnd all appointments to be the bon i
tide' propertv of exhibitor The Spider and
The Fly. bav geldings; Philip Lewis Hohn.
New- York City. '
Class 0S Horses suitable for ehargjrs.
mirp.i, stallions or geldings, trom 15.J to
Ifi 2 hands high, not imler 4 vears old:
Finn. Kenmore, bav gelding. Exhibitor and
rider. C. L Haile, Lexington Ky.
Class 14 Horses and bent appointed roid
ilg: ritt. Abtomont. bav welding-. Kx
hlh'lor and driver, J. V. Cooke, Philadel
phia. CI.ts .1 Champion saddle horses; horse3
not to exceed 15". having taken titst pri?o
at anv previous show: rirj-t. Lady Leona,
black mare. Inhibitor. II. K. Peters, JCcw
Class Ts Champion saddle horse, open
nnly to horses eceedlng 1S.2 hands: Kirat.
llowager. bav gelding. Kxhlbltor. la-muel
Class Ifi Champion rrize single roadster;
open onlv to homes not hiving first prise
In any previous show: Tirst. ISosela, hay
mare. Exhibitor, lohn I Hanson, New
CI is in Pairs of horses, mares or Rcld
Ingr. driven by ladies and shown lo phae
tons: First l. O I. and II. .. bav marco.
Uxl Ibltor. Mr. it. r. Carman. Hunting
ton. K I.
Class IT Champion pibc to pairs of road
sters, open onlv- lo horses having taken
llrst prlro in anv previous show: First,
Altlmont. bav gelding. Exhibitor, James
W. Cooke, Philadelphia.
CALEDONIAN BANQUET FRIDAY.
.n Unusually Attractive Pro
The forty-ninth annual banquet of ihe St.
Louis Caledonian Foc'ety will be held at the
Planters Hotel next rrlday night. Novem
It will be the most elaborate function of
the kind In the history of the organlra
tion A :eature of the evening will be a gonr
by Ebenezer McNeil, founder of the society,
nnd still nn active member. Another fea
ture will be the piping of Alexander Rob
ertson, whose bagpipe, tartans and stalwart
figure have contributed to the enthusiasm
of many a similar gathering.
The menu Is Scotch, with piquant dashes
of Tiench; and the ll"t of toasts embraces
themes as widely divergent as "Auld Lang
Sjne" and the "World's Fair." Withal, the
banquet will be notable for the bringing to
grther nround the festal board of prominent
bt. Loulsans in that happv lrame ot mind
lor which the Caledonians are far-famed.
Following is the llt of toasts and
' ihe Caledonian Socletj. the Day nnd A W'lia
Honor ti nfpone by j'lcvtornt J. vv. oick.
sue. Hcotlana lei,' by J. U. Oranu
:totlanu iit?iruti!e tjy mc iten-ind JTrank.
VV. snreo;. D. D.
s-olu jhcicil Never Be One JJkc You," foj
Donor Will (. Campbell.
Scotch juuiciurv" jverponse bj Judge hhep
uramauc teadlns "Othello's Address to the
Semite!.' u) Ullllai.. Mutcioth
"Ihe Queen of oreal Bnlaln. The President of
the United stales ' lieeponte by the itevcrena
btanie A. icva. V. V.
Ittti have me siucen, "Amrlca," by the as
sembl. "America" nespone by Congressman Richard
ftuiu otar-Spangled "Banner," by George T.
.Mlesouri" Response by D. r. Dj er.
Solo- The Ja jtlgg," bj J. D. Oranc
"Hie lress and tne World's Fair" Response
b ,1. A. Graham.
Solo -Ring uut. Wild B-lls." by Doctor Wilt
' fct. Louis" Response bv W. M. Reeds.
Solo' t.teen Grons the. RaFhes O," by Ebene
"lne Lassies" Responses by Harry Dlodgett.
Solo Here Rotes Oleam," b George T.
"Slster SocletIes"-Re?pon-es by President
Knights of m. l'atrick and President New Eng
Finale "Auld Lang Sjne." by the assembly.
The officers of the Caledonian Society for
J90C-1501 ire: John W. Dick, president; Jas.
Wilson, vice president; John Monteath, re
cording secretary; William Murdock, flnan
r" secretary; William P. Grant, '.feasurer.
BANKRUPT DIAMOND PALACE STOCK
STILL BEING SOLO AT TRUSTEE'S SALE.
PRICES SMASHED, SLASHED AND CUT BEYOND RECOGNITION.
I MUST RAISE CASH IMMEDIATELY TO PAY. CREDITORS.
E. H. OPPENHEIM, Trustee.
WHY THE PEOPLE WANT
Because we have been selllnc them right
A )ears and the) know- that thev are all
' Therefore the rush and lim to get Ihce beautiful goods at the i
Bankrupt Prices, which are 2 "ncl ' titan
Rlne lik cut, Tlffinj a.ttliie.
Ft utth Trnnsvual k m ititi; or
wcith Jt no
The nle In rtlM gull mouiulng.
ntrtli M..7V f n Tt
liunlirtipt I'rlee yuilJ
f linfr Si lew nanlnii Iilc i ut,
tv itti em raid. nib, turiiielke ur
JlHlihe cnt' rs. Mirronn led ,
nnll "ileciel rrancv.nl (lem-t
or bj pearls, open .MtlnR.. res
nlnr diimonl vort v tnvi. T
si7s at th-0 IIinl.rtipt l'rl' :
Pie 1 llankmpt I'rhe . 5:t.(HI
We 2 Ilinl.riipt I'rlce 5 1.(111
Size 3 lianhiuiil l'rl. i 5JM
Tlie rftri In Renulne Ilimjri in
r.irmer rrleea $10 (.). J12 V) in.l
Ji; n lldil mi I Pi nt"
f l.fill. IftlAHt ..r.l 8T.SO
51.' ") 7.-
l.ln? 111." cut, iet with Trmii
t;in, i libt or i-m raid w ir-innli-d
worth J2M CC,
llankrnpt l'rlre.. . ..Viij
The im In SOI.tt) COLD mount
ing north t: v pq nn
bankrupt Price . . .. tJOiUU
1 (Wl P.rftnohe- of all kind- of P.lt
"terns and tyli-Aorth fre.ni A.
lo f'.'r) llankrnpt Ql fl
JOc to . . .
l.OOO Ijii3I"s nnd Gents' r.nlnt-a WutIfiiI
asortntnl worth from $2 (M
to 510 00 llankrupt pric
from TX tt
1 2W beautiful solid gold Son rf Pins, set
Willi Transtaal ui-iiii anu .h.i.-. -i u-
nrecious stones neauiuui, cuu i
I, cuu ui .
worth from $1.00 to
115 W-at ll.Wl to .
THE DIAMOND PALACE,
OLD MAN DIES
j'jtnly Suppo.spd 1o V Tlial of
-Ilonry Xipraeycr of St. liouis
Noie VoiiihI in His Pocket.
An did imti. supposed to he IKnry N'le
raecr of St. lnl, wjs found uncot-scloii"
jpsterdTV ninrnlns on tlisi fnrm of Henry
Koch nt the corner of Van'algct .md Sip
plngton Barracks roads In St. Louis County.
He died about twenty minutes after ho- was
taken Into the Koch home Coroner C K
Armstrong of AVeh'tir Oroes decided at
tl0 inquest Hut the old in in d,ll from Ink
of. food nnd epoiure.
He was ncatlv cl.id In .i dark .suit and
dark- fcdor.1 hat. He wore a tvh'.if ioi:.a
dot shirt. In hla pocket were fi (enti-. a.
knife, a piece of a German paper, and nn
Ipsi.rance periodical. The follow Iiik note,
henrlnc the signature Hirry S. Harmon, or
Hamon. wan amons his effetts.
J'Mose .lasper: I-nr I-'rlend-l'lease Khf
bearer. K. Nlemeer, einrlojment, .mil
When Koch came out Into his nrd ester
dav morning about "-"0 o'clock he s-aw the
body of a man under n tree In the orchard.
AVhen he and his brother ln estimated, they
fonrd the old man. unconscious. They toolt
him Into their home nnd tried arIous meth
ods to relvo him, but he died In a stupor
about twenty minutes later.
"ft Is RtiPBOied that he wns In search of
work, although neither he nor itnv ot tne
persons mentioned In the note which was
found on his person are known In the neigh
borhood. The J"ody awaits Identification nt
Parker Bros.' undertaking-rooms In Webster
The Wabauli Glve Tlinnk,
And will sHe everybody a chance to take
a. Thanksgiving excursion on Its Hue to
points east of the. Mississippi Tllvor ut rate
oC one-and-one-thlrd fnro on November 27.
2S-and 2. Return tickets will he good until
Hecember X Ticket office. soiithe-iBt corner
Jjroadwaj and OHc street.
' VICTIM OF A COLLISION.
Eincht Hurlert of Oakville V;is
uu Down l)y ii C;ir.
.Krne&t HartTt of Oakvllle. JIo , while
driving a wagon south on Broadway, near
President street, jesterdav afternoon, was
knocked from his vehicle In a collision with
car No. S of the South Broadway dltllon.
JInrtert thought he was only .sllghtl in
jured and his wounds were dressed at the
South t'lde Dispensary. From there he wint
to the residence of George Crone. No. -"317
S6uth Broadway. Late In the afternoon, his
Injuries became more painful, and he was
Tcmoved to the City Hospital, where his
condition wis pronounced strious by Doe
tor Nletert. Superintendent. The phslclans
Will cure nervous troubles. Are you afflicted in any way?
If so,, consult an Osteopath. Consultation free. Call on
DR. W. H. ECKERT,
708 Commercial Building, St, Louis.
Consultation boors 2 to 4 p. m., except Sunday. Graduate American
School of Osteopathy at Kirksville.
hereon Olive St. fur i
we claimed In r them.
ai (covered. Lan be
' ammonia, exactly
bet ire the tMure.
nrecious stone, has
,. Willi; jfO, ,
' Vi'' .1-J.W.J 'j
. J7Ija.TJCMirf . ff
l.inii. Clua-. like nit lire-.
ni in lcrllieent rinK. with
ru't. turquoIp or Kenuin.' Ilun
p.irim u.ii centTs. siirrnuniUl
bj unill. ierfctly iritchml
Trtni nl tiiir of rare .ti.ilit.
(.ui t 1. dirllril: it must I
seen tn b miprrcliteil j.ot.in
GOl.r mnjntlnu oten ttJnc
l'apulinll. c.f Hnet illimoml
frunLiirt like cut st with Irll
liant Tnimaal gems a hauty
appears to be worth Jl& In
Iln" aoM.fllled mounttnK ir
riinted nortlt J10 W CJ Cfl
iiunkriipt Price )fi3U
worn t; ly; VIV Rfl
Trani.-ial Rim Sun! Ill cut a
inaanlfnetit. i1twi.sh "E-fjiet tut
Item. In rolnr pure white Stll.lli
e.OI.D (llamond monntlnxs. .it
the fotlowtnir. prices:
Trannl im himi or F-nrf Tin
in SOI.IIJ-tiOID mountlnc
K karat riqnkrtipt Price.. ..HI. (in
ktrat Binkrupt l'rlce...ll X.ll
1 karat Binkrupt I'rlce...!a.iu
J'S karat llankrupt Price. .r,
Z kirat llankrupt l'rice...x:t.(lli
IK karat I'jinkmpt Prlce...l:t.SI
T karat li inkntpt Price ..X I.iil)
I k-irat Rankrupt Price.. .4..(l
t'j l.arjt Bankrupt Price.. ..Vtll
Tliee prices ore one third what
tliej are w(.rtfi.
Clit.ier Itlng-llko cut witii i;ni
iril.I Hubv or Tnrqn.ile cnltrM,
pnrronni'ed li sm ill slei led
Tr.intaal (JemH;op.n work, tz
nlir ill mien. 1 ettln? In'olld cell
ni' unttrp cgiikb In three ilrej.
J 7 'j) ie IlinkTupt Pruo !.'!.ll
lln 1.0 l?e ll-inknipt J'rlre 1M.IMI
II.' V) fctz Hanlimpt I'rlie .S.'.llll
With flenulni lltlnirlan Op.il
r-.ntin iitn.ilnd"d by Tranxwial
i! tnf -
. . .. Ki:,r.u
Rlne like rut. H with TransiTl
t.elii. eiqrae.I bnd. ujr
rint'il roll filled inoiintlm;
worth $1 ;' nn.
I'ankrnpt Pnce 30w
The nrni' In olli.niM inountlnr.
Itine like rat. with opal rnbr.
timniolse oremeraM center, sur
rounded by small Tranaal
Gems: reamlers etd shell
mountlner warranted Hie year
wears equal to solid cold:
worth J3.00 7C
Hinkriipt J"rlce V"'w
(i CQ 76
. tf ui I v
-..IW) fairs Link Cuff Puttons
r.nrtli less thin rA
mam 7Sc and Jl ("0
JUnkrupt J'rice ,
;.W Mick nnd Scarf Tins,
from We to 3 CO
from 10c to
A macnlflccnt collection of Fobs. Jeweled
(. omiis. the most lieautlful of Hair Orna
ments. Necklaces, etc , all coat same
fcHe-lwav Bankrupt Prices.
Mail Orders with fie cash or P. O. order
will receive prompt and careful attention.
To insure safety in mails send 10 cents
extra for registration. Address all orders to
nt the hospital declared that Hartert -was
forecast for To-Day.
Wnsliineton. Nov. 24 Forecast for Sunda; :
Missouri ltnln or enow In eastern; fair In
western portion Sundav; colder In southeastern
pirtkn: Monday fair; northerly Inds.
Illinois Katn or mow Sunday; colder In ex
treme southern portion; Monday fair; northerly
tlnd. hiBh over northeast portion.
JnJln Territory and Oklahoma Generally fair
f-iin.tny and Monday; northerly wind.
Arknna (Jenerally fair Sundav- and Monday;
colder in eastern portion.
Kanns fralr Sunday and Monday; northerly
St. Ixiuls. Nuv. 24 1900
6 J a. in. (. 59 p m.
Hflrotnet-T, Inclleii 29.a4 23.3J
1 1 erinurmter. dert:es 4? Z'i
tier. point, deirree 4t 37
Haln. inrhs H S$
elorltv of wind , II 18
Katn 17 .19
Ulrertlnn of vv I n.l .. SB N
Weattirat ; a. m. rain: at 6:Cs p m . rain.
Mnxtnium temperature, 42 dearees. Mlnlmuui
tenii-i.iitire,r degrees -Her. 12.1 fet
It. J. m'ATT.
I.yol I erecast (JftMul.
Deiiittnient of Asrlrultrre. Weathr Bureau
Metfjr.iIosIcHl ol.setvatU.ns tecelved at SI. Ixiuls
Sn mher 21. 19W. at 6 s p. m. lcal time and 8
jt. in eeventy-inui meti.liun time. Observations
taken at the came moment of time at all station:
Stations Dlr. liar. Tp MxU're. leather.
Vlok.tiurs . . . ,l ntl In R .10 Coudv
I.'ttle Jloik . . NW J9.94 tt) M .32 Cloudy
Vlemphln ...NW 29 VI :.2 CS .54 Kaln
.Niislllllle .. NW 23 SS u 72 .b2 L.-OIldy
ChHitanisgu .. .. h ii.s) c 72 .IS Rain
lulvllle N It S4 W t.11 1.72 IUI11
InillunapollH ...NB 29 ) 1 40 .72 Rain
(.Inclnnntl . . ...VB 29 83 41 4 1.14 Italn
I'lttbllrc . .. NW 1.94 41S 4 .26 CotlJy
1'irkershiirK . .. .NW 2) "i 44 CO .12 clear
Grand Haven . . ,.'K 10 it 32 32 .OS Snow
Chicago Xi: S) W 34 2S .14 Itatn
Dul.uquc X 30 26 12 34 .t4 Cloudy
Davenport .. . .NK :.21 32 28 .JO Snow
Des Moln-s N X) 34 31 31 .01 Cloudy
Snrlnetlrlil- 111 N W 02 16 35 .20 Kaln
St Urols N 39 10 li 42 .... Kaln
, Cairo NW 29.9) 46 G6 .84 Cloudy
ai.diigiieiu. ,vio. ...iv iui 41 si .11 juhi
Kansas City .N 33.26 3u 36 .01 Clotliltr
Omaha NW 31.31 12 34 Clouily
North n-ltte NW 30.41 34 44 .... Clear
le-Wder SW 3).4 1) 42 .... Cle-ir
( heenne W J) 5S 26 .. . Clear
Denver SB 3i).iV) 16 46 .. . Clcur
Jtleblo St: 30.44 40 46 . . Clear
Dodge City N 30 40 36 4b .mCle-lr
Oklahoma N 20 20 36 40 .02 ltaln
Comordla N 20 42 32 ''S .03 Cloudy
H Tato N 20 ?0 51 t ..Clear
Ahllrne ... .NW 1.34 46 .'.6 .. Clear
Amarlllo N 30.42 4 46 . . Clear
Grand lun. lion ... .i: 3-1 36 44 . .. clear
Salt Like . . ..K 30 44 4S 43 ... Cloudy
Cedar ( Itv ('tlm '9.l 44 44 . .. Cloudy
Snnu l"( NW 31.22 30 2J .. . Uar
M" .pr.k ..lc.9 ....03 . ..:; jl ,.::o.Icm
I'reclplfitlon Inappreciable. -Below zero
J.oeal Forecast Ofliclol.
VI tk. Ilolililus at the Hospital.
Iri Annie Ilobblns was sent yesterday
moriilng lo tho Clly ITospltal for observa
tion. She had begun to act in such a man
ner as to make It Impossible for her hus
band, A. ir. P.obblns, of No. 4465 Greer ave
r.re. to .linger keep her nt home. On last
Thursdiy she went to the Four Courts and
told Chief Campbell a tale relating that her
husband was dead mid that another man
vas puslug in his plire. When her story
received no attention "he. left and v-e"t to
Union Station Here her actions were so
trnnire that they struck Ofllcer Knsslng.
who ls stationed at the depot, as those of
en ir.snne wotmn. He deralned her until
l.cr relatives were notified, and took her
WHAT THE TRANSVAAL GEM IS.
It Is unouestlonablv the nearest aporoach to a diamond ever i
ciranad in .toBo sna vsier. aiconoi. or even
like a diamond. It Is harder than any semi-
no artlliclal oaCKinz, na an ine lire, uie ana
brlllalncy of the diamond and it warranted to retain Its brilliancy.
Solitaire TransaalGem Earrings
(like cutsi. in screws or drops
1 hese are stones ot the. highest
mnllty. 3I-facet cut. brilliant and
ttiwless and well e-trn the title.
The ncirest approach In tho world
to i irenuine diamond.
Transvial Oem Solitaire drop or
cnw Kirrlnqs in SOLn-GOIJ
i kartt nankrupt rrico...l.OO
kirat Bankrurt Pt1cp...1 .5
1 Ivarat llankrupt lrtce...S.iiO
l'i karat Bankrupt Prlce...XJ!0
2 karat lnnkrupt Pricc...:t.OO
2'4 karat Jlankrupt Prlce...lfct.tf
1 ltirat Binkrupt Price. .4.00
JtJ k irM Binkrupt Prlce...S4.S(
4 karat Bankrupt I'Tlcc...!f5.00
These prices are one-third what
they are worth.
Itlnej like cut. set with Transvaal
(lem. Kubv or Kmerald. wrar-
ranted f:old-fllIed mounting:.
worth $.1 W-Eankrupt QQ
The same In solid-gold mountlne;
worth J10 On j Cft
Kankrupt Price. .JU
Blng. like cut. st with TrinsTOSI
Gems, rubles or opals warrant
ed ROlil-MIed mountlnc
worth J3.50 QQh
Bankrupt Prico , 30U
1.1V0 SfrllnffSIlvpr and Gold-fin&l
j.raceiei'. Tvonn irom ii.wi
ti 31. un to .
J10 00 Bank
irom 4vC to.
6.000 Hat PIns-JJc kInd...lo
Others 30c to ?n.GO worth double and" triple.
250 of the most exquisite
', Hair Brooches, plain or jeweled,
at One-Third of their Value.
814 OLIVE STREET,
Opposite Post Office, St. LcuIb, Mo.
WEARS AN OVERCOAT
OF LEOPARD SEAL.
Frank Bowmann of Louisville, Ky.,
Says That He Found For
tune in the Klondike, J
Frank Bowmann of I.oulville, Ky., afte
three years in the Klondike, In -which tima
he says that he acquired J150.000 In money
and claims, passed through Union Station
last night on the way to his home.
He attracted general attention at the sta
tion because of an overcoat which he tvorei.
The garment -was made of the skins ot
leopard seal, an exceedingly rare animal.
It was sewed -with the thews ot a caribou,
and each button -was a tooth or a walrus.
The looped thongs, which served for button
holes, were made from the tails of whim
muskrats, and were decorated with Indian
beads. AH together, the garment was at
once the strangest and the most valuable,
that hns been .seen about Union Station for
many a day.
r Mrr ;?. mann wn' once a machinist In tho
T?.sJi"haV1 ,J'ashvie shops at Loulsvillo:
Though he had a good position, he saw no
chance to gain wealth by sticking to it
and when the Klondike was opened tm ha
determined to try his luck In the gold fluids.
He started In March. 1897.
Onr Great FREQ
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
t BROADWAY. J2ZT Jf.-Fumlehed room
hoiitckecplnir; double or jingle.
Alts DO On Saturday, November SI. 1" Jo
h Arnihi, aeed 7 vears beloved husband ot
Cecilia Arado ard father of Mrs. Vlnotnt Kernero
and I.0UI5, Abraham, Toe and John Arado.
Pureral Mond&v afternoon, November 25, MOO.
at 1.30 o'clock, from family rcBldence, To. 718
Vorth Twentieth street, to Iltllan Church, Nine
teenth and Morgan streets, thence to Mot-nt Cat.
( hlcarn papers please copy.
DOi;GT.ASS-On Saturday. November Jt, VW,
at 7:IS p. m . Miy. daughter of Cornelia, and tlm
late John T. Douglass.
Duo rotlce of funeral villi be given.
GnnFKB-Saturdav. November 21. Vm. atlins
a. m , Jlr. V llllim If. Gereke (nee Dumm). he
lmed wife of William H. tiereko and mother ot
Mrs J. I. Campbell, after a short illness, at
residence, r.o 41U VVarne avtnue.
J'uieral Monday nt S 20 a. m . from No. 41U
AVarne .ivtnue. to Holy Name Church, thetiee to
IIEINRTCH-On Situniay. November 24. 1M.
at 12.3) a. m . Gustave K. llelnrlch, ag-d 3.1
eirs. beloved son ot Mr. and Mrs. Julius Heln
rlch (ne Msse).
Tuneral Monday, November 26, from residence.
No. 1102 North Thirteenth street, at 2 p. m.
McCl.USKEY On Saturday. November 2t 1900.
at 5 o'clocl. p. m . In the seventieth year of h.r
ae. Miss Ann McCluskey, sister ot the. lata
Itinera! will take place Monday, at 9 o'clock
a. m , from the family residence. No. 2D17 Rutser
street, to St. Kevin's Church, thence to Calvary
Philadelphia and San Francisco papers please
VIE On Saturday. November 2t. lsoo . s
o clock n. m . Mary vie (nee Barry) heintJi
vvlfe of William Vie. Jr.. and dai?? ot'wE
lim Harry and sister of James J. and KatH
Harry, aited K years. Mu"
Tureral tnm family residence. No. 4737 Ash
land avenue. Moida, November 2t. t 8-S0 a.
m.. to Holy Itoeary Church, thence to Calvary
Cemetery. Friends are Invited to attend.
For other Death Notices, see" Pago
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