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hiS'' ' - ";' ' ' ''--' ': the BxiBiio. &ATmiAT. may, m 1902, '": ' ' ?" - ' ' " " ':?;: f "': 7 ?j- ?.-;-. VttSh :.?fv-.s- Making ot '.?'. .'-t';-: --, i& $10 .-;- j,j:t itiirtcco. jiuuli x. ' Xew Republic Building, 912-914 Franklin Ave Call and the lanreat stock at BDTOl .era Kooat . in me uniiaa tnrlualBC. clothing ot all kinds, watch, la. Imin of evarr dracrtntlnn: also SsV.-pannUV nnwtcal tnstrumenta.- and thou Mi of otMr articles too numerous to mentloa. jinin wuung to ecu at to .very loirrtt kanf1 all article ei mIii kt lowest t AV S; wer- jbwhh. '-nVDft Kamtbllf la nrfntart wlM, nllM n.AK FXC'w; CUT8IN'aR. No. Ha S. Third it. BEN BMNEn & CO., 607 PINE STREET. MCoaey to Ijoan Of FEKSOXAL PROPEKTK FLFDOES FOR SALE. Bsslaeaj TAPEWORM! -Agiwa!' ' I'lnaV an te Huao for Boo! IExptlMaUnla COalaatn vita tad. or aa Im. .naakM. HMskUII. to out. St, St. tmk. Ma, IMOEHSED PHOSPHOROUS WATER jlruicar any caaa ot -Rheumatism in existence, atacrr. sola aaennfaetnntr. un raw... 'or wrannxwm apply cs atratta. St. Ionia. Mo. aocnutnu ana Dr. J. M. Ferausson. aatrr of daw. cmm ill Rvln pfet. VATE and Chronic Diseases. ltUU Wash .fiarfin avfc. ST. LOUIS. MO. CITY ITEMS. DUNN'S "5 sbw - w -Mtftttr 3 . foshea.,.. - rm IxVtakM St "CRAWFORD'S people are the sole own- : f crr-'Mt-tlte Bhanker Patent, and the sole s tlnfaxtnrers of the Shankey Wlnflow :i5ffl!,i T"18 latter Is only to be found at iftSlF'rfore ,ln this city!! Crawford's have jj- Bserehants of thin country, such aa SQ'Pt?t'- of- PWUdelphla and New KfeS-rfA- - 1 i-fcWRi?.- . t--?ir. i:itc n d t ip unT ill it Raf3j:?i!,1.! v.. n. I l nUI 111 II. VP?4lB.i v-T" namii.aaaaaa.i.aaa jMident Dolphin Bepudiates te&:uutms ot Aew Orcanization. ; J.S .5f " " vf..4Preai$ent M. M. Dolphin of the Order of , JUIlroad TeleirraDhers. who haa 1nat rr- IHWfrom a business trip through the ruen Shown the dispatches of the As- ?f ' fttim retardlns his order belnsr in- i5if ; " establishment ot an organ aplo..falmllar to the old American Rall- ;K;DBlon. said: l;;tta..nfSeltllT om understood that our organlia- r offtdallv nor -nthanvlso mn. Tltb.th Hlnvj.mnt oa i)ia nl.n nP fWtn all railway employes Into" one tmnlaatlon Js not feasible. The old orran- g-l"nP"ava acconmllshed sxeat aood for SS!rw"i employes, and there Is no rea- f";S!!'lMliment" """Je that we were con- wn-iae movament were Inspired by of thla nmnluttM vhn n. . ui.iuruienng me interests or the pro- w omiusauon dv nivine- it a. fonr TSJJway employes. To ac- this theT tioiv claim fnt It h of the Order of Railroad Telee. :?&.?: ,".f".'ahAmr . m ..... S? '??. aaaaj, wnaiUVUS. ftSf5iii'y1. ! amaiia) ixatna. 5V?!,i:?J'?a?.,n-',!0,,-P-,n-8:10- ':r5'03H PMteatlaI Poataaastera. wvsauc BPEC1AU i2XHS'i1"1' ""y- l-Clisjites In the jHHas ,xf presidential Postmasters wer raday as .fonows:. Farmlngton, turn to J1I600; wrsr. 11.400 tn si am- ktmi.i. l!L to...a:QallaUn, H.800 to VHrLwwJto H.400; Marrison-,ia)tO-L780: Hlaainavlll. ' 7i tn ''irtuS?1''' MB Wt00: Ironton rstum to UW; Jackson. C600 to Ijjitottoa,,o to C.o; Mccomb. iu fctto to. tu. lent Combination. at method indDeneflcial . ot; the welllcnotcn ntmedv. V'or.Fraa, laannfactared by the tia n btbcp oa, uiastnte sot obtalninpthe liquid lxy KOB ox duhui mown TO OB I ft Uxafire . and. meaentiag atatjafanainasjtidVeamUitothe 1 wfl wnwtaMe Jto the ayrtciaa. It sjc' KnagthenuhK Isjta rtlw nateiB-eliectnallr. 1 ana xerera tpromptlT Ad eaavblibeTone . nmoitnaJxitipti6npei .?--14m nerfect reSeak trosa iojeitioiiaWo quality and anb IfjHia Haaetiaa; on the ktdnqra, oweia, without weakening them, make It the Ideal fca' IJowu ol aaanadlagturirig fin .aa.wey are nieaaant to tne ttheaiexUtaaloualiUesoi the ' are bbtahaed from senaa and gareiaaUe' plaata, by a method ' B9,aa4jAUrOaU. -Jfl BTKUr . Lr Iaordan'ton-etitabeinei&ckl iMU'to avoid iadtaUoaa, please. laWiiaWTiiiaaajiioitpeuompany . IwtlMitef ae.paolrare. miA FIC 5YRUP CO. " ?VrlaaaaaPlBBBBBV3alnBBBBBB LbbbbbbbbbbbV' 6 tlaTS KnlMLnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnV Money A for or 7708. Very fine quality, fast Color Blue Serge Suit, Pure wool, finely tailored Hand, padded shoulders. Cloth under collar, Stitched throughout with Fast color silk. Serge lined, perfect Fitting. Equal to the Suit your tailor must Charge $22 for. Our price $10. uutnc.a una jzatiers, Seventh and Olive Streets MANY RECTORS TO CHANGE PULPITS. Transfers of Redemptorist Priests Are Announced in an Or der From Borne. The Reverend Joseph Firle. formerly rector of the St. Alphohsus Church in Chi cago, Is expected. In St Louis this morning to take charge of the St Alphonsus Rock Church, In this city as a result of an order by the Very Reverend Matthias Rain, gen eral of the Redemptorist Order In Rome. This is but one of the changes made in the order by the regular triennial appointments lor me western province of the United States, including all the territory west ot the Mississippi River, besides Illinois, Wis consin ana Michigan. The Reverend EL A--Kennedy, formerly, rector of the Rock Church here, has been transferred to the rectorship of St Joseph's Church In Den ver, for which place he departed Thursday evening, when the general order was first received. The orders from Rome cover the trans fers of all rectors and superiors, as well aa the appointment of a provincial, or head of the ecclesiastical province. The provincial in turn may make changes in the clergy ot lower grades. These appointments and changes will not be forthcoming for some weeks. By the general order received Thursday, the Jteverend Daniel Mullane waa reap-" pointed provincial of the Redemptorist Or der in the Western Province "of the United States. The Reverend Nicholas Fransen to reappointed rector of 8t Joseph's College at KIrkwood; the "Reverend Fereol Olrardey is reappointed rector, of the Redemptorist Col lege m Kansas City: the Reverend John Henry is promoted from' the office Ot tem porary, to rector of 8t Clemen's College at De Soto; Mo.; the Reverend George Htla. formerly prefect of the students at St Clemen's College. Is transferred to the rec torship' of the Church of th Sacred n.art at SeatUe; the Reverend Thomas P. Brown, who was rector of the' Church ot the Sa cred Heart in. Seattle, ts transferred to 'the rectorship of the Church of the Holy Re- ,?e.r.!n De''0"5 the Reverend Joseph A. 5l8,tIer'. w,n( " heretofore beeuen S5 & SMt1 ;'W0.rk'J!" PPOlnted su i&?I.of18A1Dh.0KMnl Chute. la Gtand Rapids Hick; the Reverend Augustln SSKS,! nv.e.rJ8 transferred to the Jvwp.S' St Alphonsns'a Church in New Orleans: the Reverend Henry Weber is S5asretTeirom e rectorship of St. Al- 1?mis.CAu?S?' Nvew OR"' to that of Bt Michael's Church in Chicago; and the sTMfrnhd.i.-8e?.hK,Be"- rh0 wfs 'rector of St-Michael'-, Chicago, is appointed rector ?k t AJPnonsus's Church In Chicago. AU these orders .go Into effect immediately. EPWORTH LEAGTJB CORTEXTIOW, Sat. Fraaclseas Jly, jsot. There. is no better route to San Francisco UianvU Kansas aty and the USlonPacSS ih-V"..1111 J" u does the aoenle wonders of Colorado and Utah, perfect train service and equipment Writs to J. H. Ijthrop. General Agent, Century building, St Louis.. for rates and other Information, and if you want a quick, and pleasant trip ba sure your ticket reads over tha Union Paclnc NEWS OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Librarian Crunden's Monthly- Re portMemorial Tablet Donated. The Board of Directors of the Public Li brary met yesterday afternoon. Librarian F. M. Crunden announced that In April U,' 0U volumes had been added to the collec tion. This is the largest number of vol umes eVer received by the library In any single month In Its: history. " Of these. S4S were gifts, the remainder being secured by exchange and purchase. The total issue for the month was 9,990 volumes, a gain of 6,45 over the same month last year; The Average dally Issue was SJOO. The issue for SWovelSg."" 73,1S V,nme, ,n F Among those present . at the meeting were: John f.'Xee. B; L. Preetoriusrjohn A. Nles and JudgeJ. OJNeill Ryan. Owing to the absence of President T. W. Lehmann ine matter of new library sites was not tfilflS; .A "swwn'ttea from the New Kng iunrsoclety. constotlng ot O. L. Whlttliw. LWIXJ,,0Jf'.'?i B- Homer SidM.' i.r3ir S. ,cu, oonme a oronse me mortal tablet ot Edward HempSteaX '. um Missouri pioneer and nm Representative r?P ?JSe,r Tbb offer waa accepted, but t was .decided not to emrt tb. zZUil.. tablet untU the new library building is " ' . aai im DUllt Slight Defects of Vtaloa Often lead to serious complication, which may be Tcorrected by properly adjusted (lasses. Doctor Bond, expert optldan.'Me?. mod Jaccard'a, Broadway and Locust, ex amines eyes free of charge and guarantees proper fit Steel frames, $1 and up; gold. 15 and up. , HUSBAND MISSING TWO YEARS. Mrs. David Fouke Makes a Be lated Report, to the Police. -Mrs. David Fouke of No. 10M Julia street called at the Four Courts yesterday to re port the disappearance, of her husband, who left home nearly two rears ago. A brother of-Fouke'a disappeared under similar dr-Tumstoncee- twenty years ago, and 'has "not Lstoc been heard from by bis famUy David HVlllko lff hmM M tit. vLi - .TrTw T 5aaaT-Z.-J.iTT. "." "TST?".'" SI St Louis la search of work. Since then his wife has received no tidings of him7 Mra Fouke thinks that her husband's :mlnd JS have been affected by the extreme heater the summer of. 1SS9. combined with ablow fn.thehead. which he received ecental ly shortljr before he left heme. "T Saaallee far' PsAUeBwilalaaa. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. ' ' Washington. May- .-The Secretary tt the Traajmrv ha- MnNM 3L' j.t w .w..,.i, vavuw ih .ran maasw m aaaw. supplies for puhUe buildings dnrtng tneaacal Teer as follows:- - ., Jipxvuie, Tenn.-Fuel. C E. Sunins sc I fee ftuory ; uiBceBanoas arttdes. Uve Oa DIRECTORS START FIR BUFFALO TO-DAY, World' Fair Workers Will Be Present at Opening of Tan American Exposition. TO HAVE PLACE IN PARADE. Special Train Will Arrive in TWb City on .Return Trip Tues daySt Louisans Will Be Kept Busy. The Board of Directors of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company will depart for Buffalo at 5:M o'clock this afternoon on a special train over the, Wabash Railroad. Elaborate decorations will cover, the sides of the coaches and the engine. Orders have been Issued to give the trsln right of way ever everything, it will arrive at Buffalo at 8:30 a. m. to-morrow. When it pulls out of Union Station the train will consist of three Pullman sleepers. a cafe and library car, the private car of Vice President and' General Manager J. Ramsey. Jr., of the Wabash, anda baggage car. Somewhere along the road a dining car will be picked up. In this the party will dine this evening and eat breakfast to morrow. Throughout the trip to and from Buffalo the directors will be the guests ot the Wabash company. On arriving at Buffalo the party will be met by carriages and conducted to the Iro quois Hotel, where it will make headquar ters. Immediately upon reaching Buffalo the St Louisans will become the guests of the Pan-American Exposition Company. A special place In the parade and dedication ceremonies Monday has been assigned them. The St Louts party will spend all day to-morrow in Inspecting the grounds and buildings of the Pan-American Exposition. A special committee of the directors ot that exposition has been appointed to act as es cort tor the visitors. Monday the 8t Louis ana Will attend tho dedication and the fes tivities which wiU- follow in. the evening. At U o'clock Monday night the, special train will leave Buffalo on the return trip. It is expected to arrive in St- Louis Tues day afternoon. Those who had sent their acceptances up to the time of closing World's Fair head quarters yesterday are: A. "A. Allen. Geo. A. Baker, 'Nicholas M. Bell, C. F. Blanke. W. F. Beyle. Paul Brown. Pierre Chouteau. Seth. W. Cobb, Geo. T. Cram. Alex. N. DeMenll. John D. Davis, Harrison I. Drummond, B. R. Dula, Geo. L: Edwards. D. R. Francis, S. M. Felton, A. H. Frederick, August Gehner, Norris B. Gregg. D. M. Houser, W. T. Haar- buck. a- a. tiart. walker Hill. John A. Holmes. Breck. Jones. Goodman King. W. J. Klnsella, a W. Knapp. F. W. Lehmann, J. W. McDonald, W. FT Nolker, D. C. Nur gent, George W. Parker. Hiram Phllllpsjo seph Ramsey, Jr David R. Ranken. Jr., Jonathan Rice, W. C. 8telgers, Clark H. Sampson, A. L. Shaplelgh, a H. Spencer, H. W. Bteihbiss. J. E. Smith. Charles A. Stlx. William H. Thompson, J. J. Turner. Festus J. Wade, C. G. Warner, C. P. Wal brldge, Julius 8. Walsh, W. B. Wells, Charles F. Wennektr. A. A. B. Woerhelde, W. H. Woodward, and representatives of the press. President Francis Is In receipt of a letter from Charles Insco Williams, architect of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition building at Buffalo: Mr. Williams -writes: "I received your telegram authorising me to go ahead with the building tor the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company while, in Buffalo last Saturday, and I have delayed answering until now, when I can report that the contractors have the foun dations in, the first-floor- timbers in ' posl tion.rand, I believe, when. you arrive there on the th you will be abla to see tha shape j the building. I feel confident that you will be pleased with the building when com pleted, and that It. wilt be done on Umer . Hermann, Ho., and Retnrn, atOS, Sunday, May" l. Missouri .Pacific Ry. Leave Union Station a a. ra. JOHN P. LOOMAS DEAD. Prominent in Kansas City Public Enterprises for. Years. REPUBLIC SPECIALi Kansas City. Mo., May 17,-John P. Loomaa died to-day. He was the Veiled Prophet orocansas City. For fltteen years hj had managed tho fall parade, being on 21.SP" v?ry,i,r.t mta interested and its 2??? 'Li1 te?t J"y a month ago it was decided to stem thn miunt nt,n..-' sands of country merchants who have ad dressed their annual application to "Jack 552 291 ba31 tlckeu did not know that f0n?. pV,r?m".w,u toe mysterious "Jack. on." He took the name because it Is the feme of the county la which Kansas City 1 situated. "When ConvenUon Hall was built so suc 2i51, .Y? oomas In managing the fall parade that he waa made manager of that emlpubllc hall. Last Saturday ho was re appointed. That same night he complained of a pain In his stomach. Wednesday, he decided to go to ahospltal. and thla morn ing early ho succumbed to a stoppage of tha intestines. No operation waa performed. All his life, and up to the day he took to his bed; less than a week ago. he was the semblance of health. He was a native of Wisconsin and came to Kansas City as a commission merchant twenty years ago. He leaves a widow and daughter. Wew Train to Texaa Via M.. K. T.- Ry. leaves St. Louis at U: p. m. Also "The Katy Flyer" at -J3 p. m. uaiiy. witn tnrough buffet sleeper, to City, of 'Mexico. Weekly tourist sleODer to California every Tuesday on the ''Katy jrurer. kmu xus nonn croaaway ror fur ther information. TALKS ON SMOKE ABATEMENT. Business Men's League' to Discuss the Question Next Thursday. Smoke abatement was debated at the Business Men's League membership meet ing at. the southern Hotel on Thursday evening. About 1 formal aeeaptsncea wfTS. nJKc-.,red''aa tW number, wlU S?.S2?i?e5lbi,r terT8"4- officers and members of the ClUxenr Smoke Abatement Association win be present In a. body and there was an ltttrchang:of experiences as well as of plans for the future The delegates to the. Labor Commisslon 2f220'2eS?m.hJft'o'bn invited, and President XfcrroU D. Wright la expected to peak. Several' members of- the business en, excursion to Texas, win -also be In attendance, and the benefits derived from the trip will probably be touched upon. The heenco of lengthy papers and the general brevity of the speeches win be a special feature. C. P. -Walbrlde. V.rMt A iT. league, wUl occupy the. chair. Tlie meetlna- yill be preceded by an informal dinner at JO sharp. 1.SO ts Prlaeetea. las. Ra VlaSeatheraKaUway Saaaay. May l. wrreranomgiy low rates, to all Interme diate, potats. -Train leaves Union Station 7aB a m. Tickets on aat m dtw- "piaIta, r ace, 71 OUve street and at Union Station. BOTANISTS TO GIVE BANQUET. - i j- Missouri Botanical Garden "Trus tees' Twelfth Annual Meeting. The twelfth annual banquet to the trustees of the Missouri Botanical-Garden "and the frieads they may Invite, literary and 'scien tificmen and friends" and patrons of the SriJiSf:" Mr. .Shaw expressed !t.ftwh..wlUiS,JS.'or which nurpose he tl evening at the Bouthern Hotel: SP nBl ejent Is Intended to give pro. fssHnial snea aa opportunity to, exchange Mjas on., adentmc ntc."Alout tight? orHcnry Shaw, the-founder of SbaWa Garr !2wi'JrtSuUr2!.C2Ue- Aroes,-Ia.: Pro-- -",. .- .-"-y. funmi-.oi. ine xarreioiAwe aiate tjumsity,' Mo:; Prbfeaanr 1. xr.i.nn State Untver si ty, Laramie, Wyo.: Mr. 11. J. Webber of v. unuue, wyo.; Mr. H. J. weooer 01 e Department of Agriculture, Washington. C; Doctor U..C Curtis of Johns'Hopklna nlverelty. Baltimore. Md.;-Professor .F. D. D. C: 1 Unlvereltv. Tucker, Agricultural' ' College, Minnesota; Honorable John c. Marshall of the United states Circuit Court, and Honorable Thomas ". cuurwuou or tne Supreme coun oi Mis souri. .2S i0'owhiir sentiments will be re EE. d..,0,: "Th Enrichment of the Com munity," Isaac II. Llonbereer: "Human Happlnem Is the Problem of Human Life," Mayor Rolla Wells: 'The Klntfilp of the Sciences." c. M. Woodward; "The Economic value of Research." Doctor Herman Von Bchrenk; "Beauty and the Beast," the Rev erend C. H. Patton. GALA DAY IN OLD MADRID. King and Brllliatit Suite Partici pated in Grand Maneuvers. Madrid, May 17. King Alfonso yesterday for the first time took a prominent part in the. grand maneuvers ot the Madrid garri son. Ho appeared on horseback, surround ed by General Weyler, the Minister of War, General Molto, the Captain General of Mad rid, all the Marshals resident at the cap ital and a numerous and brilliant suite. The young ruler was In excellent health. He remained In the saddlo for five hours nnd took the keenest Interest In the opera tions. Queen Regent Christina and others of the royal family were pressnt in open carriages. All the elite ot society and thousands of other Inhabitants of lladrld attended the camp to witness the brilliant military dis play. Both the troops and .spectators. gave the King an enthusiastic reception. His Majesty mibsenucntly gave a luncheon- to the cadets ot four academies. TO INVESTIGATE TROOP B. Second Lieut. Fauntz Charges Fraud in Recent Election REPUBUC SPECIAL. Bloomlngton. III.. May 17. Alleged fraud In an Illinois. National Guard election in this city will result in an invesUgatlon of several members of Troop B. First Cavalry. At the annual election a few days nsc Mr. Douglas and Second Lieutenant Fauntx was the candidates for Captain.- Douglas was chairman of the meeting nnd appointed Ernest Mammen and Bert Hlnshaw tellers. The result given out by thetdtera and en nounccd by Douglas was: Douglas. 19; Fauntx. 17. a plurality for Douglas. Fauntx has filed a protest on the ground of fraud. Th malt, t I.... a a a- .,.- . , 42i2?V,Gnera, nd Major Foreman of the First Cavalry has been detailed to Investi gate. Line officers of the First are expect . Si.0..10 7.a.lto Inquiry. The case is of ?he0IutnMgg th h,S,oty HOME WRECKED BY DYNAMITE. East Akron, O., Family Buried in Debris, but Kot Badly Hurt. Akron,' O., May 17.-A two-story frame dwelling at No. 230 Johnson street In East Akron, occupied by William J. Bruner, a policeman, was wrecked by an explosion ot T?SSm8. eif.rijr t0-ay- Bruner. bis wife. S.Sr-etn: J11? ".n- Qeorse. 9 years old. and SSS! J.a.,bab,F w S2nth8 oM' were In the house at the time. They were blown out of bed and buried under the debris, but none was seriously injured. -.Ai-A11? J ""? "ouse where Bruner, his wife and baby slept was reduced to kln- rS.. """ lno Ponce neueve'that the dy namiting was an attempt at revenge upon ?!fJ5aK Brunor- South Akron has been iS b a an" of firebugs, and this It? memo" wu611 m0St W aDPrehenllnB SCHOOL'S SEMICENTENNIAL Pocahontas Academy Will Cele brate Its Golden Jubilee. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, Pocahontas. 111., May il.-Half a century go the first, school waa bailt In what ia now the city of Pocahontas. The vlllago was then known aa Amity, and the name was afterwards' changed -to 'Hickory Grove. Till nrApi vw luo ito4ue x-ocojronuu, waa aaonteo. May. 1851.. is still standing. ond Is in really pi CSCUL school -building, erected, in ;ood ccndiUcn. Asplei DfAfriunm ha. een prepared for the .'celebration of the semicentennial nf th ritghii.hmcnt , School. For venra th- aohnAl w.a 1t.av. as the Pocahontas Academy. The ceiebra- uuu wiu do neia. earuraay, aiay is, T6e to flJSO Excnralona Via Big Four Route, 'Sunday. May 19. to Bunker Hill. Litchfield, Nokomis. HUlsboro. Pana, Shelbyvllle, -Windsor, Mattoon and way stations. Special train leaves St. Louis at. 833 a. m. Tickets. Broadway and Chest nut street and Union Station. ROW OVERflELIGIQUSQUESTIOf. Belgian Delegates Divided Over Temporal Power of Pope. Brussels, May 17. There were stormy scenes In- the Chamber, of Deputies to-day -during the- debate on foreign affairs. M. Dohet protested against' the suppression ot the temporal power of the Pone. . M. Fumemcnt, a Socialist, retorted by nouuna- -jtown witn tne pnemsi- He then called on the Roclxll.tn. -who Iramaoi. ately 'started a song, and the Rightists re sponded with shouts of. "Lonr live the King." The President of the House put on his hat and left, the chamber. Lively altercations between the members of the different parties ensued. Prescription No. SSL by Elmer Amend, win not cure all complaints, but It will cur. rhsumatlauL CONFESSES TO BIG SHORTAGE. Philadelphia Manager for Morris Beef Company Is Under Arrest Philadelphia, May 17.-George B. Whtt 'ney, former manager In this city for the Morris Beef Company of Chicago, has been arrested charged with embezzlement. Au ditor Dougherty ot the Chicago office' Is ex amining .the books, and says a shortage of over fto.OflO has "been .discovered. Whitney made' a full confession, and wss sent to jail in default, of W.OOO ball. EDWIN F. UHL IS DEAD. Held Two High" Posts of Honor "Under President Cleveland. Grand Rapids. Mich.. May 17.-Bdwln F. Uh, -formerly Assistant Secretary, of Bute and Ambassador to Germany under the' Cleveland 'administration, died shortly after noon to-day. He had been 111 nearly a year, suffering from a complication of -diseases, among them- BriaJit's disease. Mr. Uhl wsa marrl.il In IfifS and la nr- vlved by a widow, and three daughters. " NORWEGIAN INDEPENDENCE Crown Prince Gnstaf Unveiled Nordenskjold's Statue. Christlanla, May 17: Norwegian Independ ence Day was celebrated to-day with great enthusiasm. Nordenskjold's statue was un veiled by the Crown Prince, Gustaf, and Ole Bull's statue Was unveiled at Berten, tho warships there taking part in the cerer UtUUT. FRENCH CRUISER' AT TANGIER. ' JaaasssaSBSSasjanaaaBaB -Mean to Enforce Payment of In demnities for Murder. Tangier, May 17. The French cruisers Du-Chayla and Poth'uau have" arrived here to enforce the payment of .Indemnities for the murder of a. Frenchman' at' Kebdana. .They will proceed to -Maxagair and remain there until a settlement has been reached. Ureal Jtsre Than a Ceatary - REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Macon. Mb., May 17. Mrs. Isaac Gross, aged nearly lot years,' died at. the home of her daughter at Cottage; Macon County, yesterday. ; . - ; -Mrs,- Gross' was born in North" Carolina June -15. 1800 ; and moved to-Ulssourl in l&S, ssttUnr at HuntsviUa. Bi.ni married in Uat. and the year foiiowtna- moved with her the WILL (By Request of Numerous Prntroas.) The entire stock of the MERRICK, WALSH & PHELPS and E. JACCARD JEWELRY COS., con sisting of J500.OOQ.00 worth of Diamonds, Watches, Silverr wares, Art Wares, etc., will be sold at auction until the sum of $250,000.00 is realized. SALE and WASHINGTON AVENUE REALTYJRANSFER. Property at No. 1510 Sold New mercantile Building on Pine Street Projected. Anoiner important deal in Washington avenue realty was closed yesterday, when James E. Fogg sold the property at No. 1510 Washington avenue, now occupied by a three-story, fourteen-room brick house, with a frontage ot 30 feet and a denth ot ISO feet to U. Raub, who owns the ad- Joining 30 feet; for 337,000. The grantor in the transaction was C. H. Gundelach. The buyer was represented by the Hess Realty Company and Iingen felder & Bokern. The sale of this property Is another In the series of transactions in Washington avenue realty in the last two months, and It is said that the purchaser intends to erect a modern mercantile-house on the site. The 30 feet already owned by Mr. Raub will give him 60 feet of frontage. The Nlcholls-Rltter Realty and Financial Company, reports the sale of the ten-room brick house No., 6731 Von Versen" avenue, to-O. F. Pearson, on behalf of L. F. Camp bell, for $7,500. The property has 60x185 feet of ground, and the house wsa built two y.ears ago. Within a few days work will be com menced on a six-story building, to be erect ed by a tt EUers on his lot at No. 1108 Pine street. Tho building, when completed, will be used for general store Durnosea and will be built of red stock brick and terra cotta of light gray. The fronts of tha first and second stories will be finished with plate glats and arranged as show windows. The upper stories are so arranged as to furnish a great deal of light The front will be supported by Iron col umns and steel girders, and the arrange ments, tor tne rear include much glass sur face. The lot on .which the building Is" to be constructed is 35 feet wide and 108 feet deep. The building will be equipped with steam beating and electric power plants. The building will cost about 331.000. Weber Groves, architects, drew the plans. Many rumors are' afloat in realty circles concerning proposed sales of acre tracts north and south of Forest Park. It to stated upon good authority that several acres north of Forest Park were practically sold yesterdayfor 18,000 per acre, and that prop erty south of Forest Park broucht tLSn'ner acre. None of the transactions have aa yet oeen compietea, ana tne agents wno nave them in charge decline to make public the names of the prospective purchasers. AH the officer In the real estate district were ' crowded yesterday with customers. Rumors wen. aJtont rttnraraln manv hi. downtown deals, but little information could be obtained concerning details. Flae Wrltla Payer ana Eavelees At half price and less; the entire stationery stocks of Merrick, Walsh & Phelps and E. Jaccard; clean, fresh stock. At MERMOD tt JACCARD'S, Broadway, corner Locust street ENDS SEASON OF MINSTRELSY. Filipino Club of Ferguson Gives an Entertainment. The Filipino Club gave Ita last minstrel entertainment and dance of .the season at TUIln'a Hall, in Ferguson, last night Spedal cars wers run on the -Wabash and Suburban roads for the accommodation of those, who attended from the city. The club members are: Fred Manget, Jr.; Wyman Currie, George R. Belfry, Frank C. Seymour. L. Sturgis Day and Clarence W. Condie. The patrons and patronesses at lsst night's entertainment which was largely attended, were: Messri and Mmes. J., Sheppard Smith, simtieia "" - .-. jwim. nerDert v. condie. wmfc BI20,nJrer'rM.d Manget. Henry b" n?'e:ri"'K2:.cJ'"'. Oeorg. 8. MISSOURI EDITORS IN SESSION. Southwest Association in Annual Convention at West Plains. REPUBUC SPECIAL West Plains. Mo., May 17,-The twelfth an nual session of thq 'southwest Missouri Press Association convened at the Knights SLW Hall in ttto city, thto morntna. C.7. u . . e"00 "'nuance of members and mu?i.jle,lMt T60 1n the iSeUngrTma morning the wives of the vlsltlns edltm were entertained t tron Temce tSJ beautiful home of elenelJ? T SShaw ' BalurdavoJ BdSSw: jnjcurslon, from Which poTnttteywturn INTEREST INCREASING DAILY. Fourth of July Celebration Seems an Assured Success. Increased interest is being taken in the work of the Fourth, of July Celebration Association, and its correspondence has iri- -.-: . .wu .n extent that three SrffaSChtslvi, BEFORE MOVING ; ft . "VW ' BBsaffi ssasaffl BsaffssaBBsV anasal satsW ---sjassjafSjasa- asjanaj -1T - Tt T TI ITllsaTTnri ' llllll sM aT" AUCTION at SIXTH and OLIVE Streets BE OPEN TONIGHT TO-DAY Opens as Usual Continues till 10 fha.ll?Es..fr0m MveJ1 Prominent socleUes the Fourth? partlclDate m the parade on dint2r!,? "J,.89'".'1' J.r;.ne of the vice presi dents of the associaUon. now attending tha v,a,t.e,nmrtln.8f J Jtl8i0Urt Dh'btonTsons of y-S.tir.nn8'w.lfe1 Prudent Bell of the as hnSaUi!S " that the Sons of Veterans SStini orsidw th movement for a cele- se?i?1n ,have agIee1 t0 nave repre sentatives li the parade. nS'Sin(1TSeJ:reta'X. J- 9- Anderson of the Hnnn, J3- Knights and Ladles of rt.n. 8cnt a communication to Presl n?L.an5oun.Sln that his order will tniihtp-ate; wpXr'WePt J- E- Hnt. of the i,r!ntintm2.Faihc Mothew announces the appointment of Cantain t? it.,,,. . P.3?nihat bo?j:.m tne meetings of the celebration association. I.ihprt-i f-.,noii no. a. junior ori;; f An,rxvvj""s:' Liberty- Council, will also partlclrte In th. t" -ff alan iuhUi. , ... cvj.m.. John E. Eggers of the ExmmiMva n, ,imv.ic ,n xjja paraue. ggers of the Executive Commit tee of &H&VK!S 'theM.ub?ert betore lv IndffSSn Club' whlcn wsa unanimous: X.iS -l8ed- 4 representative from each PaSdaTonfnV? ?if d to. "-operate with tto oration. Commlt,e ,n the matter of cele- GradaaUaa; Gifts. Ptarl Rings, 33 to $500. Diamond Rings, HO to 11,000. Pearl Brooches, 35 to 375. Stick Pins. 31.2S to J10. Indies' Solid Gold Watches.. 3 to WW. Gentlemen's Solid 'Gold Watches. 330 to W- MERMOD & JACCARD'S. Broadway, cor. Locust St Visitors at St Loala Hotels. irH'..J' .BiamSn lawyer of Catassuoua. Pa., is at the St Nicholas. ''"ua-u"' Ltadelt 8chmltz of O'oome. Ma. Is at the Mar.'al JSaS: NM9 0f Auro Tet5t,,?0,iJckon rniar of Dallas. at3hetLInde1i':kn0W,, Cn,tker ." lsl&Lln'delf f Excel8,or Springs. Mo.. th;Iplant.BrS.ne f BU 'Joseph' Mo- John t UAtti.in. a . . . tne celebration association de-- of the'Denioel'T B,D.Sfl',c5r5maa " "hnols. u it th'PtaTurT. ",a"n"- tary of of Illinol SLSViTSS. JSL c0"- . r-, Monnr nr rrajeiinvfiiss th Judge Jam. n -di.i.. i,.,. . vssssi9gSSs ni7 it atrpi.nT.ra""' f W"- wl55rtie,TBWIteln' editor of the Ed- BriTaftManzerT f "". thTESo?th!rn.Un oeVlck- Mlsa. Is at a7MJT!12 Mr- eorge C. Lester of San Antonto. Tex., are at the Southern! r,theH'souiStrn!5P "tUe B6ck' A' -T&'aoffilSg?. of - a. n?' ; 'w',"ian". a merchant of Spring Lacl'ede." 8nd Mw- w,ulanu'. are eft tSe of VfnsS.'e'o9 && Y!3Z .. rwn.h.J1Soran' a railroad Omaha. Neb., Is at the Laclede. i- " ssv Utu AaHLjeUR. builder ot KffiQBS WnXTJHATA, Chief at AU Bottled Beers. Brewed of the finest-hops and barlav m.t 2?rnteed .Jtffctly- purT aid IrtoIeBonX: ire and wholesome! iijr en. oi won convinced. BottM at tha brawerr anil ,.!.,.. . rT. "la SatcttrbWW',T n4 d,Uwed tol parti of the city. NATIONAL BRBWRnv m Phones: KlnlochfcIgSaJa1- repubTcss:" "- Arkansas-Harlow. Calhoun County, Fred fSSLh ZJn. vice Julius A. Barnes. ai,,5?e,i,M.cPJ''.lKonV Baxter CountyTBTH; Bl.u?t,.v,ilMattle Jones, resigned: nI1U.SIsSr'.Farte Cowity. Hugh New trl-hn -V; 5 rint. rVmoVed; vr a v.J25' J7r20rd. c9nty, Clarence &jS Ameri-SallS &JSHiJSX Story., vice Myrtle Travelstreet reslgnedT W H0w.rtBTVKu5ty!SlImes Inwan11SWJa?,iF- Mayw' "moved. ii0W,Ka,. 5B' Madison County. Rob HniSS?'' Xln, Jopn Hnr.00d- wsuSedl oSSSSi J'v'V. Count'r' Alexander H. uraver. vies x. c vranav v.iaji. -d,.. ADnanoosa Ouinf uiimi. ma . tSST2- Jesse. Swan, resigned: Ringgold. RlnVaoM signedT' Qatley, vice I. M. Cooper, re- . I?!(!,ip?,ir'ff'?rae' Talobusha Coun-S.iJn-;u'Sw."etaen'?co J- H. Can-.. cSSi'S1 2lZ?TU 5r5n, County. James A. c??u.ranJL.v,ceTic- Helms, removed. Oklahoma-Putnam. Dewey County. WU1 J Hawkins, vice James M., Simpson, feehnied: Shirley. Day County, John F. BrtdwelVvlce EdwaroTa Shlley. reslaned; W& 24"" County. Henry ATriy: SiS- O. Bewley. resigned. -rTSXtrPtVB:.Fukn County, Wnilam XJgrsona, vioe Maroellus S. Parsons, re- AsMIated hjr ths Geveraer. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Jefferson City Mo.. May 17.-Govrnor Dockery to-day appointed R. H: Jones of Armstrong. Mo., School Commissioner of Howard County, vice J. L. Lynch, restgned. The Governor ; also appointed E. S. Hayes of -De Kalb OU inspector of Buchanan County outside of St Joseph. " Mrs. Kefeert rraaf er Dies. REPUBLIC SPECIAL nttsfleld. , IU..--May- lT.-Mrs. Robert Fra "'u.oi'.SJ the oldest, cttixens of the coun ty, .died, this afternoon. OR. J. K. na rmml at. IM LH'7" " w sjTmX DRMK AND DRUG HABIT CURED TJie IoU Immune VTrtat mare drteVso oVnozioa. that It eanaot bars fined spo. tha rtonwh; th tmaumbdhg th. peiieiit. Keelaini. iriSSn.-' ether treatments. IadKtd by bnstsess gtouot NATIONAL KBPtrTAnOtLZ areas PAQUm IXUX &&. l. Cbieal BalldiHi St JUoT RDIPTIIRC .PM sfsfA"aPsfstsV .PsfJ .laffl ' fsfsfstfsfsfj sBaal tSsfst .'' " -Ctf1X,fUTe?tW W Bit OHett1 M. L-., Everr Article Quermnteedby the Mermod& Jaccmrd Jewelry Co. at 10 A. M. P. IVI. DOCTOR JOHN BRUEBE DIES. Former City Dyspensary Physi cian Expires at Insane Asylum. Doctor John Bruere, formerly a phystciasj on tho City Dispensary staff, died at tha Insane Asylum Thursday night" Death waa caused by meningitis following an attack of delirium tremens. Some time ago Doctor Bruere entered tha ortlco of Doctor Samuel Johnson of the City Dispensary staff, at Eighth and Pino streets. The police were notified that a burglar was in the office and they forced, an entrance. Doctor Bruere having locked himself Inside. When the door was opened Doctor Bruere leaped from a back window: to a brick pavement Both legs ware frao. tured. DoetAF KnlRr. wan aont r t. rl Vm. pltal, where It was found he was suffsrins with delirium. When his legs were psxttaJ ly healed he was pronounced '"-. and committed to the asylum. He was born-In St. Charles. Mo. Recently he was sent to the Workhouse, having been convicted on a charge.of beating bJswife. Relatives, from, whom ho hadbeeome estranged on account of his conduct, have hfst ChlSKs. b0d5r Jt WUI -b naU SAID BOTH WERE to BLAME. Court Discharges Jos. Huelsman, Charged With Wife Beating. After six weeks of married: Ufa Josepa Huelsman and his wife. Annie, appeared la the.Flrst District PoUee Court yesterday aa defendant and prosecuting witness, re spectively. . tbUpt?of Taa," wifeeeremarSSf fast Sunday.and wintto Hve'S kZ1& South Seventh street May J, after a visit of hls mother-in-law. tl.e couleuarreled; anl'h?-8?11 wanted to aitentfTparty nd her husband objected. A auarreffnl SSnek &" HH?l!nan iid he?ban thheSei;ihnd i" tsai h9 truek htaeS thSv ISlfTJ'11 h broni. After the dUnteury .di1SS,WnuSelin?an?,denea HEAVY RAIN IN OKLAHOMA. Crop Conditions Are Greatly, Im- jMuveu as a xtesuit, REPUBLIC SPECIAL. ttto morning, after a two day heavy pre cipitation. The whole Territory, is sosJced and crop conditions are cmatlv tmi.7..lji ttonTeekhfaWa?rWrra.nted PToondl China, Concedes Lecatlem Sites. Efjyed here, announces tSslneaa dem.nnn5nJEotentlarie. navTeireWtotha used'eg.TonPgl7e? fr -38S' Oraad Master of Idaka Kassan - - BIackfnot Idaho. Hsx 17-SeoT ?oden, frand masterrf ttejJssona of Idaho, died auddenly at Idaho riiii3i.? Death waa dun tn nM,i-J,oi,J0raT. - s w. fcns nsart. PARKER'S I HAIR BALSAM the growth of tat aa frrealtthelnetre iiitaTtiTwiH, Whea tea hah ia. gray or mded itl MOC THI TOOThTliL taM. I It iMTBata Daadrnff sad hair fanhar f aadkMnMttwiinlnrVaa a KUmw e 1 1 TajajaaLS QUICK NEW. as MIKES stove col BBnaBnaBnBWBSBnasnaBa! BBsnasnaT - 2803 LOCUST 8T..ST. 10IIS. 7! wy,PoflUv Care for Uejaor iMssUsnt. 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