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WmWWr -'. --slf wfe .yMffipaSi ,7?A - K - - . J J' ' ' '-" m4 THE REPUBLIC- SATURDAY. MAY 18, 1901. slink K k BX ,?K -TUtt.. BSSRSsSl MEN Slippiar Men. many of you are now reaping th r S?A ' TJw former folly." You have Nervous De bility. Night Emissions. .Exhausting Drain. Pim ples, Lame Back, Inflammation or the .Bladder and Kidneys, Highly Colored Urine. Small or TVeak Organs. Prematurenesz. Impotettcy, De spondency. Falling Memory, Loss -of Ambition or almtlar symptoms, which rob you of your man hood and absolutely 'unlit you for study, business. Pleasure or marriage. My treatment will correct all these evils and restore j ou to what nature ln tendeda hale, healthy, happy man, with phys ical, mental and sexual powers complete.. lalso cure to stay cured VARICOCELE. STRICTURE. CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON! 'wuiuauaii ubumxi ana an renex com- . plications and associate diseases' and weaknesses DOCTOR COOK. of men. To these maladies alone I have ear- - nestly devoted 23 of the best year of my.life. Physicians having stubborn cases are cordially Invited to consult me. I make no charge for private counsel, and -give to 5.iMtSe,nt.? ,e.41 ntrct " frltlng. backed, by abundant capital, to hold for my ?ri"45i. is u ?ot wSrta your wnUe to Investigate a cure that baa made life anew If you cannot call, write me your symptoms folly. I have the most perfect system of home treatment known to medical science. Address W 1UIUUIUUU Ul IUC1U G00K MEDICAL CO., OOSSIP or BASEBALL PLATERS. - Powell 'Was Steady at a Very Critical Stage of the Casae. Powell was certainly steady under fir yesterday. He had the bases full twice In the last Inning, with -but one run needed to tie the score. One man was Just caught at the plate, but the -big bollermaker was equal to the occasion and left the three Beaneater on the bags, thus dividing the aeries with Boston, the only- Eastern team fit. Louts has met this season. The Donovan tribe will face last year's champions at Brooklyn this afternoon. The Bridegrooms are hardly as dangerous this season as -when they won the pennant, which Is noWftylng from their clubhouse, but Ned Hanlon always has a ball team, and It tha Missourians can do as well across the big. bridge as they did up In New England, there .will be cause for re joicing among the cognoscenti. Powell la rounding to, fludhott seems to be the proper caper. Harper Is good for his regular turn with a St per cent chance of victory, and Murphy should do. so the weak pitching department may yet pull St. Louis Into a decent position in the race. That St. Louis Is In last place Is due to the provoking regularity with which Chi cago wins on the same dais that Donovan Is successful. As a matter of fact the local teams' record is lust as good a one to date as that f the .Orphans, 'but the latter hare plajed two more games, and thus have an advantage ofelght points In per centage. . .The pennant race just now Is one of the closest co record. Only 210 points divided St. loots In last place and Cincinnati at the top. It Is any team's pennant In such a raoe -with the long season ahead. A com parison with- the American League stand fag shows what a great contest the Na .oaal Lsturu clube are putting up. De troit leads Ban .Johnson's organisation, while the Cleveland tallenders are 572 potato Behind. An ardent admirer of Willie Sudhoff com plains to The Republic that the local dally papers and Manager Donovan do not an PrecUta the pitching value of the little 2?HLtopiSeJf,.ve" bSa Broof thU fact mat SndholTla only used as a "hack E0""-0. Pitch lost games when one of the Iso-caned cracks" has blown up. Many & 2i,S.ittaLM "" tlenee If tha Utter were put In Just to pitch out tha game would it not be as well to leave man in tne box who was being hit? 522rt.X.t ,Int0 those Wn m the tHF"S JfW work wiu hold down !5,.8r0?25nt"'.wnu hl teammatea come "JjMabat cuts, victory. . They do not geS-A."- teams, do when one toMr has been pounded for enough runs tk average game. -hi? kKSSLT,' Joe8 m r that wnm nis cavorlte wins a. good game on his SSVESSS,! ""f boSt It m the cS? Mebasban goeelp printed In St. Louts 25LZLiAiLft..,2,ter of fact Snuhoft SSi-T??". crdlt,.T ery game he haa yft J" tayeball reporter does not care to take any chances with his own reputa tion as a picker of winners en a man who pg sandwiching his. good games tn between . r i.ij1 DUt " n XULOit attaches ot haa or pass nita which -have riven on. rhich have riven op- a vjctOTT or twoc Sudhoff tost one'! game Oils year for which Murphy haa been wjnKeawu asnsx. Tha latter had pitched ' J' against Cincinnati. """ 'nw nim witn HOTELS. nun ill' -ofnciAti H0TEL GUIDE. .Wssajrhur wm be found- a -list of first gMf totals In territory tributary to St. 4ae with Barnes of proprietor, rates per ! 1 'Population of town. None out aret-daas hotels wfll be presented, and 2"2esl saen may depend upon reerty nr Smass accommodations at the -hotels atioaea; . tt- J. M. wncox. prop. r2S! thaeawmercurmen stop: rates. V ry. Brown Bros, Props. - jfARDBA.TI. MO.-Pop.. 4.6W: the JJJS.Sf Hotel: beautifully situated, tt JS'S.Ur the. Mississippi River; sates, s?y!Per.yv R W. Dunlop. prop. JSSPSP0--0 M"- The OoS SSSSr JSSjr new management, is ftrst- S?S..SST,: largest Kteftk rSTi 22?. 52?. ""inpto ooms for eoramer gA.5j. convenient .to all the springe and 2S55FSSL " n the jrear. Mrs. X.W. ".'pp. .srip. .waaww, MO.-T6p. 2.8M whito ajwim jor. commercial men. New jwent Rates, per day. Adolph J. fS Jte8 per day. Mrs. L. L. iearce; rV7r..V uver. cierK. wllllffUlM TTnt.1. .. k.M.1 7.liiiM. SJSmJ?pt1c- stes ts'per day W. K.' wnaams Co.. proprietors.- ' J ARKANSAS.' BATJBBVILLR. ARIC-Pop. SjaO. The ArBngton, Hotel: under new management, &c$?,Sr- - -y? HOT ftpftbros. ARKPop., U.OM: Oreat Northern. Hotel: elegantly refurnished; teetrto elevatjr: bathhcttM autbsttty V. 8. Qovemment under same root; first dass vjEgrgtttperasy. THE .WHITKHOUia, RussenvIUe. Arit, ts located Jsst opposite depot and la a pop uur headouarters for traveling men, Home llke,.hoepitaIlty Bates per day. H. T. White, wonrtetor. . - KENTUCKT. . MATBTCLD. KT-PopuUUon, ,: lead log hotel the Mayfleld. Newly rttrnishsd: atz large sample roome - Rates, ILM per day. Mrs.- 8. J. Klnkaad, prop. aaalTeajsatettio&daVrraassabe MistilL saayfarthiaaaisprteassaVii iiwe aiaatyIf- imapwsMiaetalBusaalmoysttslfsSfljm an, urmwiawn as sun sate aeass aai feaaaaak.aawastaaiaa.1 TOT HIj SSSJ , gWg sxsssrtnsR. ?r as' aaalsMn saraaeass aa sains. aam yaisass -Civ m BaBaBktLaaMsaama.aasaiwwaaBawaMleal K sSaKSSEl xjr,- via.MaBiaaaai aaaaaajaaa laauaBMaaw aaa f iStaoTifAiY, - jmiimtiimmtmMmfiam!m , "-I 'r,3snblai"JllflJaJv ' 1 a raTiTTsM i ltLs-K4a5CTsBir' L i ! ! I imr - k. .Iv- i'iL-.i -JK a ?-wWssrf J ..a . v .n9KiRftk Away. 610A Olive St., St Louis, Mo. Sudhoff In the hopes df. pulling. the game out of the fire. That game was not won at the time by the Reds, but they did ever lastingly' pound Sudhofrs fat ones for the runs which told the tale at the' end of the ninth Inning. Mike DonUn Is said to be getting about as best he can on a pair nf , crutches. Rbeu toatlsm. has laid firm hold of the CaU fomtan's frame, and be Is no more securing the homers that gave htm-hls reputation as a heavy hitter. Xt Is "dollars to doughnuts" that Donlln -regreu the day he met wily Johnny McOraw In Hot Springs a couple of months stnoe. Doheny was released -by the New "Fork club recently to conform to the rule re stricting each team to sixteen players. On sepondTbought tt was agreed that the plant wars as much entitled to a manager aa tha Brooklyns; and they retained Do heny, as Darrls has not been counted by the New Yorkers aa a player. He will have to be whenever any other club takes the no tion to prevent the playing of seventeen different men by tho Giants. This question Is .being discussed aa a very fine' baseball point by numerous Eastern baseball scribes, but as a matter of fact It was settled for good and ail some time agojwhen Frank De Haas Robison called for a vote on the question. This vote was taken, and decided that any manager who played would have to be counted as one of the sixteen players. S. Dohepy will have to hunt another berth sooner or later. Joe Kelley Is not making the Brooklyn enthusiasts forget Hugh Jennings as a first baseman. Fred Clarke of the Pirates has not been In the best, of health this season, and now the announcement comes that be may not be able to play in another game tn the 8 resent campaign. Clarke's absence from is game win certainly-be felt by the Pitts .burg team. Gsveraor Gets His Tlaer Head. REPUBLIC 8PBCIAL. Jefferson city. May 17. Governor Dockery has received an original and unique Invita tion to attend an entertainment which the Twenty-second Ward Democratic Club will Rive May SB. at Uhrifs Cave. St Louis. The invitation is tn the shape of a life-slse papier-mache tiger head on a shield that Is gold bordered. On the shield Is printed the invitation In gold letters. Judge William Jeff Pollard, president of the Twenty-second 'Ward Club, originated the Invitations. Judge Pollard sent invitations of other de- jigna 10 prominent .uemocrata over the State. 14am Coaaty Planter Dies. RtTUBUC SPECIAL. Brookfleld. Mo., May 17.-Mrs. Catherine Murray. Jiving near Brookfleld, died this morning, aged 75. She had lived In Linn County since Its first Inhabitants came from Howard. County, Missouri, or from Ken tucky or Virginia. . Catherine Murray had been a reader of the 8t. Louis Republican, afterwards The Republic, since she was 9 years old up to the time of her death. She has resided with a married daughter since the death of her busoaiia, iwaivo years ago. Hob Bate in av Drag- Store. REPUBLIC SPECIAL '2&&&3&J2G&&9. & i,li.V -iT-VSivZ-; Y""" y ourgiars last night, who robbed the safe or about $230, taii2a8vwaB ?Ltner ,e "ocked or the SSured. combination, as It was , " While Selalaa-. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. i5I.Mo- M"y IT.-George Scott was ML& sWafSS- no" h of u!?S$ii- & thta Tnlng. He and two younger brothers were seining. He KS0,36 y?" f. e- crtPPle and leaves a wife and small child. ORDINANCE. BOX oA5i?!5lanonUlorl,lnrt,, um of either Je,ih?.r?5Jnea.bJ. e Municipal Assembly SLite.01,'7 ivL Vwaa' M iollows: y tjSwSJLt. J1 eorporaUon or assocta- IBS sjsssa SSS&& SJdiSc.wlU,.the. Uw ' hereby granted the privilege of using either CFallon Pai t Pffk lying west of the line described as follows, to wit: Beginning at tlalnter. S?S0?Kof I5S. wthiSsnBrKrest prio uhnhw thence in a northerly 5ctloS ajong the west Una of the ConeourseDriva enus with the west line et; DeBaUvUri 11 sUeflra2SSWISr' WsJ Va 5i,eSr l0 worlds Xalr er ExDaaition teeemng, 'however, wrto tha 55 St! riSsf l? JJS22.SS,5ftL !?f with au T6- . Tha Board of "Publlo Imnmv. msnu, shall, at all juies besminwiS aliM .h.taTa r:J2Mi "t-" wee iT'.jj..'ac:i-,st'rH oloaa of the eoaaleta rsstnrsttnwtffSM and until t as hare. quirasMBU S It may eemnscssBry to llaS1 SPA to h approval of lEe Board of pSbllo 1m S!Se?,? m?3.50 aca work oflSy ktad JhaH be done without such approval by the toart. All such sewers, drains. nduits. plSSirrlSty1 "" & or association aforesaid shall clear the SS&aa&tl.tS 1U&ffin 2TJ?i 'y?! J'J" thereof above det E5KS: ofi? ?aniwm' raUway tracks!' J,oi ;jT MsA and shaiL-wlthfii twelve WPsJtlon. fully restors thsnirkVeUctJd as "Jfi1.-Jt ta yc. Sest ParkVthlt neisary grading, tha restoraUon.anoTre Plr or the formation of aU walks and roads, the planting of trees, the placing of sod and the piantlag of shSita at.V.Y K R5SIS5a? 2S& pVuU to PProved by the-Board of Publio lravements, and ?S. tit SS2. ?bi?ct t3 MpectToa T mtUTactkm and appttrraL w EorSSaSfaV in the same time. ale.Ha-bond la the sum of one hundred thousand flonS. with go and irafflcleot sureties. t0 ai approved by the S?S.? . -and perfOrmanoe of aU tne terms, reajnregaeata and 'conditions of this ordUnaneg sBosXoffSbllclm wtrfejtento shanTaVa the rlibt. hoirever. ?i VSBli. J5 Fair cooiBsttrahan give sack babA with tomi ia to a approved, in ttkenaaaer. and tald oranpa or aaaoctaUM- shall have co tMa apea.ths srftso jstsetU-and no saaT-gTiiiiijiiiisasiiia-etraiiy xtM MaDI SSJSSr mmtml wks&&z&"cs .-ssr ANOTHER. VICTORY FOR ST. LOUIS TEAM. With the Count Tied, Jack Ryan Tallies Winning Bun in .the Ninth. FINAL SCORE SEVEN TO SIX. Jack Powell in Good Form After the First Inning McGann Drives Ball Over the Fence at a Timely Moment. STANDIKG OF THE CLUBS. Xstlonal Letcu. American Leafu. Clubs. W.L.Pct. Clulm. W. Detroit 1 Cnlcaso ......14 BalUmore ...11 Wasolntton .11 Boston t MllwaukM .. S Phllidelpala . t Ctsveland .... P?l Pet .til Cincinnati New York.. 11 8 :!a ..10 7 ..U FltUDurs .s;i .wo .: .iS .417 .40 .447 .M7 .190 BOtCI ton 9 t Philadelphia .10 11 Brooklyn .... U Chlcaio ..!... 10 i Bt. Louis U Yesterday's Gasaes. National League. St. .Louts 7. Boston 1 PltUbura , Pfi. Brooklyn 10. Cln t. Chlcsto 4. NwYorli 0. American Ltsgua. Detroit . Clcvelsna 4. Boiton 7, Baltimore 2. Wh. . 'Phlta. 7. Chlcaio 7, Milwaukee 6. To-Day's Sehedale. National League. St. Louis at Brooklyn, Cincinnati at Boaton. Plttaburs at New Tork. Chicago at Fhlla. American Learue. Milwaukee at ChleaEO. Detroit at Cleveland. Baltimore at Bo.tnn. Phil, at Wsahlngton. REPUBLIC BPBCIAL. Boston,:Mass., May 17. There was a bit of spice at the finish of to-day's gime at the South End grounds, because it was a close score and 'either team's vfctory until tha last man was out, but there was so much ragged ball playing that the game does not please in retrospett. Unfortunately, there was some question about the validity of the St. Louis victory, but that is not troubUng "Patsy" Donovan and his scrappy ball players. "Jack" Ryan scored the winning run for 8t. Louis by getting credit for a two-be so hit, when there is not much doubt that the ball he hit went foul before It reached third. The ball struck on fair ground several feet in from the line, but It evidently struck sorae- f thing of great resistance, for It bounded apparently at an angle of 4a degrees, ana ac cording to the writer's eyesight and judg ment, crossed the line before It reached third base. There was a great kick, but, of course, the decision was final. Powell Bad His Bad Inning. Plttlnger was not in the form he has been rltherto, and was batted rather freely. "Jack" Powell was very effective, except In the opening Inning, when the Bostons cut loose In a manner that hinted at "Jack's" early retirement. It was a pace they could not maintain, however. Burkett. Heldrlck. McGann, Tenney and Cemontrevllle did some lively hitting-, and Gammons and Burkett In the. outfield and Padden and Lowe In the infield made ex cellent plays. Powell fielded bis position well, while Plttlnger was rather clumsy and prone to err. Both catchers threw to bases very accurately and effectively. Burkett's hit, Heldrlck's sacrifice. Oe montrevllle's fumble of Donovan's grounder and McGann's "fungo" over the left-Held fence account for the three runs scored by St. Louis In the first. A base on balls to Hamilton, doubles by Tenney and Demon trevlllc, a bunt by Long, n sacrifice by Mo ran and a rattling single by Gammons was the way Boston started,, and four runs re sulted. "- - J Cardlaals Take Lead. Kruger opened the second inning with a base hit, but, with one out, was forced by Powell. Burkett then hit a sharp liner to left, and, because Gammons tried to make an impossible catch, Jesse made three bases and Powell scored. A good catch by Gam mons of Heldrlck's hit to deep left closed the inning-. Donovan's single, a poor throw by Plt tlnger, an Infield out, and Padden'a base nit to center gave St, Louis another run In the third. Hamilton made the rounds for Boston in the fifth on his third base on balls. Ten ney"s single, Demontrevllle's sacrifice, and Long's fly to Burkett. McGann's "fungo" two-bagger down the left line, Chllds's sacrl- ". "u x-aaaen s ny to Aioran added an other run for St. Louis Jn the eighth. De montrevillo tied the scoro tn Boston's half on hip hit. a clean steal. Long's sacrifice, and Moron's "daisy cutter" past third. Ten..!"RSkr.K5r2n 8t5.rtcd the ninth with his doubtful double. Powell hit to Lowe, who threw wide on a hurried play, and Ryan scored. Powell tried for second base, but Tenney "nailed" him. "-unu D". JhJfrJ?-waAJno.e fun ln Boston's half, but no runs. The bases wero full when De Score " r Donovan ended the game. The BOSTON. AB. 1 4 4 ...'. i 1 4 4 S 3 1 Hamilton, cf Tenney. lb Deraont, Jb , Long, s Moran, rf Oamsions, It , Lowe, 2b..... Klttrlge. c .-.. Pttuntrer, p Dlnocn Total ........ , A. e 1 1 I e 0 4 1 l SO ST. LODI8. I t T 11 Burkett. If..., Heldrlck. ct.. Donovan, rf.. McGann. lb... Child. Zb... Padden, a...., Krugar, lb... It-ran, e Powell, p ab. n. 6 1 4 0 ....... S 4 X . ...... 4 4 4 4 Totals .n 7 u 17 11 1 Batted for Plttlnger ln tha ninth inning! Bt. LOula i 1 1 0 0 0 0-1 1 I L-ra-on--ii, Muis 2, Beaten 1. Two-base ju.i Nkuauii t, ncmncK 1. hoi me ran Mo- Dotihla nlava u-uin u oiuien Dawa Jjemoot 1. ruue-er ana lenney l. fllMlA.. !. UJ. T1? '.Mor!' ! long S. Dement L Child 1. Klt- inee l. first naa An balle off PAwali i. Wrack out By Plttlnger 4. nger 4. brPo v on oaiiav by Powell S. Tlni ct game two noon. Umpire Jeaulle. CHICAGO 4, mw TOBJC O. Tkrcc Straight Whitewashes Haadea Oat to the Giants at Home. New York. May 17.-The New Yorks were hut out to-day in an eventful game. There was continual wrangle with the umpire, with the result that Davis. Warner and Taylor were removed from the game. At tendance. 5,100. Score: - Chicago. AB.H.O.A.K. Itew. Tork. HartselL lf.i l i t Solan, it.... e a 1 o Oreen, cf...J 0 4 3 0 Doyle, lb.. .4 2 7 0 0 Chlldf. H...r-1 2 t 0 Del-ntr, b.4 1 1 0 MoCoi'k. a.l 1 5 J 1 Kllng. C....4 Mil Eastoo, P"J Totals ... 17U t .AB.J it r. a wt r ? 1 1 l e 2fT, u-11 i Hlek'n, rf. X ft?. ..a a gP. lb..4 1 Nelson. Xb..t 1 Warner, 0...1 o Tjrjor, p.... Phyla. a-p..l Bowman, at 1 VHarn, ef.l l I a o T 1 1 4 S I 0 1 0 1 III to Totals ...n i nu o New Tork , ..0 00000f Chicago 0 Otlltlll First naae on errors new lortt 1. Lrt ' New Tork .Chicago 5. Bases oa bans Br Eastan 1. rlor.i. out By Bsaon 1, by Taylor 7, by Ph noa j. or AKXior i. dt nvia by PBla 1. Btrnck baaa-MU-DOTle L Rsrtaell 1. Mlcknun i nil 7 hw biMi. a n i vts 1, Boweraan I. stoten bases Dtrsng L 55!?w,,yJ,0!,n.,!aJD,,e l: CMldsTMe Cormlck and Doyle 1; Oreen and McCbrtntck L Wild irttehes-Taylor L Uimjlrs-NianTTuneZ One hoar and fiit minutes. PTTTSBUmO , PHILADKLPH1A 4. Pirates wast (aaaae laKlath em fear Hits aa a Base Balls. Philadelphia, Pa.. May 17.-Plttsburg de feated Philadelphia to-day in a game that was interesting from beginning to end. At tendance, 2.1C0- Score: ""aSto.A.K. PhilaoValphia. . AfH.O.iL as. rf a ii. a a Baawnont pis 2 i a WsaMr, rt.. l l e t BraniM&nU III J mSSTfll, vL JIM By. ; 12 4 Tlmnur ' r 14 4 Lamfe'.... i 4 ToUla....ll5tt"2 ...-z. -nr-T - - ? nek. t.ZZ a I i ahkv- in a s 11 li j: s. n SSJfttaas, e.. 1-7 Doaaka. U 1 Touia..:M I2f ug srsWttaLphrUVi. TwS ! -Branalleld 1, Rltchey 1 TJeUhanty 2, Flick l. Cross 1. Ltft Millarialnhla 111 ljoubla ' I l, utjt on oases pittabure- f. Double piaya-Kiiclc and Croii 1. Klr2 M hnlla Off Lieerer Z.- nfV rmnnhii. . Hit br pitcher Leach li8truck out-By Leevcr 4, by Donohue . Time Two hours and ten min utes. Umplrt-OTJay. - " "" BROOKLYN 10, CISCimfATI 8. Champ loaa Won la Ninth Iaalng Came Replete With Sensations. Brooklyn. N. Y., May 17. The Brooklyns won out ln the ninth to-day after a. game that was marked by free hitting and sev eral sensational .features. McFadden was knocked out of the box ln three innings, and Newton was welcomed with a cluster pf two singles and a home run, the latter by McCreery. With tho score 9 to 5 against them, the visitors made five hits off Hughes In the eighth, tlcing up things. Hughes's force of McGulre. a wild pitch, and Kelley's single brought In the winning run. One handed catches by Crawford and Bergen and Beckley's home run drive over the fence, the first of the kind this season, were features. Attendance, 1.900. Score: Cincinnati. AB.H.O A.E Brooklyn. McBrlde. ir..4 3 2 0 0 au.u.o a E. Sheck'd, if.. 3 Keeler. rf....s 0 2 2 2 310 2 4 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 6 1 0 uoDoa, c. ...j Beckley. lb..S crawd. rf...4 Bteln'dt, ..4 Irwin, lb. ..4 Magoon, a. .4 MoFacfn. p.'.3 Nawtoo. p...t Klly, lb Daly. 2b 3 Dahlen. a ... McCre'y. cr..5 Oatlns, lb.. ..4 McGulre, c.S Hughea, p...s Totals. ...J 13 27 12 2 Totals ....Mlt'M I 2 Two out whn winning run scored. Cincinnati 7J 0 2 li 0 O 0 Brooklyn 2 12 3 0 0 0 0 1-1) Eiarnad run rni.lnnatl ? Urnnbl m. baae hlta-Bcckley 1, McCrery 1. Thfte-las 2i'-lly 2. Home nWB-Beekfey j. McCreery I. stolen baaee-Crawtord 1, Bheckard 1, Daly i. First on balls By Hughes 4. by McFadden : by Newton L Sacriflc hlta Dobba 2. Incin l Galy . Hit by pitcher By Newton 1. Struck out By Hughes i. by McFaddan 2: br Newton 2. Will ! hours and twelve mlnutea, a puenes Hugncs z, newton 1. -Two Umpire Dwier. Time limit Extended to Jane IB. . 'Washington, May 17.-Prealdnt Nick Young of. the National Baseball League haa ruled that the fuv muiin woica 10 ciuw ui uiai organization shall reduce the number of their players to alz teen may be extended to June b. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Waahlngton 8, Philadelphia T. Waahlngton, Slay 17.-Waahlngton to-day won the game from Philadelphia, by great atickuork In tha ninth inning. Foatar'a bom run In the ninth tied the score, and Coughl.n clinched th jletory by ndlng the ball over th fence. Coughun hit would have been a home run. scoring three men, had it not been that one was sufficient. Xh crowd went wild with enthu "fia and overflowed onto the field, carrying Foater and Coughlln oft on its ahouldna. At tendance. 2,163. Score: Waahlngton. Philadelphia. Faraell. cf 'a a 3 A13.tl.U A.U. AB.H.O.A.E. Oeler, if, ..& Fultz. s. cf.t Harden, if.. 4 Lajole. 2b... 4 S'bold, cf.rf.S Croaa. tb....2 Poweir. ib..4 Murphy, c...4 Piatt, p 3 Dungan, rf.5 1 2 Qulnn. 2..t 2 4 Foater. It.. ..5 2 2 Kientt, lb..t 1 13 Grady. c...3 2 3 Cllngman, s.3 0 0 Ooughlln, 3b.t 2 1 CuTlck. p.. .4 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 3 2 1 1 2 110 1 1 Totals ...29 12 27 1 3 Totals ... 1013 11 7 0n out when winning run was (cored. Washington .0 10 0 2 0 2 1 fc? Philadelphia 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 Etrned runs Waahlngton 3. Philadelphia 4. Two-baa hits Everltt 1. Ponera i. Three-bus hits Cross 1, Home runs Foater l. Stolen baaes Orady 2, Lajole S. Powers 1. Sacrifice hit Cllngman. 1, Cross 1. Double claye Dungan to i.oritt 1. Grady to Qulnn 1. Fultx to Lajoie to Powera 1 Seybold to Murphy 1. First baae on balla-pnf Carrlck 3, oft Piatt 3. Hit by pitched ball-By Carrlck 1, by Piatt 1. Left on biuee VUhlngton 10. Philadelphia 7. Pawed balia Murphy 1, Wild pitch-Piatt 2. Time On hour and fifty mlnutea. Umpire Cantlllion. Detroit 6, Cleveland 4. qevelond, O , May 17.-Cotly error during th early part of the game gat Detroit the second of the series. Attendance. LW0. Score: Cleveland. Detroit. AB.H.O.A.E. Pickering, rf.5 1 2 AB.H.O A.EX Cstey. :b I 3 2 McCarthy. Its 2 2 Bradley. 3b. .4 2 0 L&CnancA, ib.4 3 13 Beck, 2b 4 1 1 bhay. s 4 1 3 Wood, 0 4 0 3 Benin, cf.,.4 1 4 Hotter, p.. ..2 0 0 Teager 1 0 Barrett. cf..4 Gleason. :K.4 Holmes. If... 4 :lllon. lb....4 Elberfeld. r..4 Nanc. rf.... McAllsttr. c.4 Cronln. p.... 4 2 : 1 2 0 2 2 13 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 Total.. ...r 10 mi 4 Total.... .34 2 2717 1 Batted for Hotter In th ninth. Cleveland OOO00201O 4 D5f?jt 12100010 1-4 i.-.Earnd, runs-Cleveland 2, Detroit 2. Two-baa S'u-L Chance 1. 8hy 1. Thre-ba hfta SfHSL.1: ?" 1. Gieasou 1. Sacrifice hits 7 1 .ii.KrV 'a Daa-Uck 1, XcAll oZil&SlPJ' Sl"l ba on balls-Off HofIr2. rniua Plu-in Innrc s n ...,... uu y nuuer i or cronln 3. Lett on rora-CIrreland.l. Detroit 3. Hit bv Ditched 1KV11 :tntt 1, iiat oaae on er- Holfer 1. Double. plr-hi reason an ay. Beck and La rl,;..i:.iT,Jyl-ol0n D'Uon 1. Time . .., wlu umiy nuuuica. umpu-a eoerioan. Bostoa 7, Baltimore S. Botton. Mass.. May 17. Both teams put us a ragged gam la th field. Xounr bauuig 2nd Boaton. Atmn a n Baltimore. , Dowd. if.. ..4 0 2 0 0 AU.1I.O.A.B. Rehe. lb 4 Bres-hsn. if. Wll-ama, 2b.S Kelatar, ...4 Seymour, rf.4 Jackson. cf4 Foutx. lb.... 4 Rob'ion. c.4 Dunn, p 2 HamDh'L rf.3 1 S 3 1 Collins. 3b... 4 Freeman, lb.4 Jones, cf....3 Parent. S....2 Mitchell S..0 Jerrla, 2b...4 IVlfer, C....4 Young, p.. ..4 S s 0 1 0 2 O 0 0 0 Oil 3 1 Totals ....27 24 10 4 Totals ....32 10 27 t 1 5'on ...1 0 2 0 0 111 ..-7 Baltlmor 2 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 t.SR.rnid runs-Boston X. Three-baa hlti-Hemp-hlll L ounjr 1. Stolen barns Kelatar 2. Freeman 1. Dunn 1. Double plays Parent and Freman, 1. First base on ballr Off Toung 1. off Dunn 3 Hit by pitched ball Roh 1. Struck out By Youna- raiaed ball Crlger 1. Wild Bitches Younr 1. UmplrcHasxtIL ail fme of game Two hour and ixu minutes. Chicago 7. Mllwankee 6. Oilcago,! Chicago to , May It. Three gifts and five hits gav 'mop xour runs in tne nnt two innings, five passes and two hits starting Milwaukee oft with three. Th visitors went'to the front In the fifth. mtuca-i-aiienon nara ana reunnr mm. Dowl. ing relieved Sparka In the eighth, Conroys er- ror, a aacrlflce hit and two hits scored th win nlngrun. Attendance, 1.4ft). Score : Cnlcaso. Milwaukee. ABH.O.A.B. Waldroo. if. 4 a 3 0 0 Gilbert. So.. 4 2 0 4 0 HaJImaa, of.4 14 0 0 And'aon, ib.s 1 13 0 o Conroy, S....4 0 10 1 Duffy. If.. ...3 2 3 0 0 Burke. 3b.. ..5 112 0 Leahy, C.....3 13 0 0 AU.H.O.A.E. Bor. cf 3 Jones, rf....S Mertes, 2b... t IstMU. lb... .4 Hartm'n, lb.4 Bhurart, ...! Mori'ld, lf.2 Bulllvan. C...3 Bugden, C...3 Pattarson, p.l Sarvty, p....3 1 3 O 1 1 3 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sparks, p.,,.1 Dowllng. p.,1 0 0 c 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals ..23 r ,1 Totals ...33 17 11 3 MllwaukM .12 0 2 1 0 0 0 - Winning run soored with only on out. Chicago 2 5 0 0 0 0 t 0 1-7 Lett on bases Chicago 7. Milwaukee 11. Two base hits Hallman 1. Duffy 1. Thr-taee hits lou 1. Bacnne nit eparea x, Jones 2. stolen baus Jone I. Mertes 1. . ."SLk Gilbert 2. Con- rtnr 1. Dunv 1. LMhr 1. -Doubl rjlaeMeri aad lbll 1. Struck out By Partsrson 1. by llar- ver 1. br rjenrllnsr I. saa on neuis on- patur- son 7, off Sparks it off Harvey L Hit hT Mtchaa pem opaxxa.. 21m i-wo rravra ana nve minutes. Umpire Msnauau and Conaerir. Westsra Leaarae. St. Paul, Minn.. May 17. The Wtern Laagne eason opened here to-dy. and 4.000 paopl caw dc Mrvm oaxema wnwr. wuimr via wiia si th start, and two of his passes developed Into run. MeOlll was steady, except In th fourth Inning, when Denver mad thre of their hits m auceeaaloa. Scora: m IT SH BL Paul 1 1 1 y 0 t' 0 ..-" I 1 itnver 0 0 a 0 1 0 0.0 0-1 t 1 Bsttert: St. Paul-McOH! and Holmes Den ver MeNeriy and Jim Bulllvan. wbtn.sfAii -wtnn slaviT. Cates i .. tn I th ninth, and Colorado Swing hit for four .In- 1 gits and won th gam. Atwndanc. 2J0O. Score: ' Minneapolis 0 011010 1-4 14 0 St. n. u. I Colorado spring... 0 0000021 s- 33 4 BatUrtes: MIanapoll-Ctes and Xlelnow, Colorado Springs Donahue and Oaatea. Omaha, Neb.. May 17. Th first championship gmm of th aeaaon on tha home grounda was played to-day between omana ana St. JOMpb. 'tn lattsr winning by bunching hits in th first inning. A bran band headed a procenlqn. , consisting of th atr officUls aad Hbali magnlte, which psrsded th downtown stnats before th game: 'bmaba 0 1 0 1 1 -s" ' 2 St. Joseph 3 0 .0 1 0 3 0 j-7 T t Battsrte: Omaha Oraham, Buckley and Goo ding. Bt. Joseph Underwood and Dooin. Umpire Carruthara. TV. Wnlnaa Ta . 14a!17. Th baasnan mvhi opened ln Des Moines tOHjay. Kansas City being th visiting team Attasdance, LMe. Bcore: 1 ... ....,.. .9-HR Ds Mola .10121103 . U it City ., .. 0 10 12 C Battsrlss rjea Maina Glads aad cemreti: Kansas Oly; Wolf and Seville. TrrlarBS. REPUBLte SPK3AL. Blemlngton, BL, May 17. Rtavy salting and good general pUy won the gun for Blooming-' too, the ftrst et the Terra Haute serias. Sesre: Moosjlagtoo 8 t J 14 11 i-I i Trr Haute. I t ! r J Bauerl: BViomlngtoo-Needl aad Belt. Terra Bute-Jams and Harmurle. At -. fVestcTsi Asaaalattaa.' . At. TtJcVwTol IX lasvlB X- At Feet WsyB-Tiayb jrart wayas a. SBBsAMJa TJL a, mt. ' " ilielsiyvlile Daf etHartskssgu. asBFDauc arscui. RtAlAn tiai a Oiariaaton dob her te- day for the ebamptonahlp ofTSaatera Illinois, arm aereatea tnam ny a sear or 27S to 251 birds to a man and seven men to a team. y a scor of 2 to 251. fifty BASEBALL mJPKCTlOit DISMISSED. Philadelphia Clafe Caaaot Keep La Jole aad Others Oat of Anaerleaa. Philadelphia. May 17. The Injunction pro ceedings begun by the Philadelphia Na tional League Baseball Club to enjoin Sec ond Baseman Lajole nnd Pitchers Bern hard and Fraxer from playing baseball with tha local American League Club, and to en Join the manager of that club from en f aging the players, were dismissed by the udges of the Common Pleas Court to-day. The Judges say the contract lacks mu tuality. The court says if the Injunction was granted Lajole's services would be subject to the PhllndelQhla Baseball Clnb for all time, while. If the club cared to do so. It could dispense with him on ten days' notice. College Games. At Champaign Illinois l. University of Chl- At Indlanapolla-Butler IX Franklin 4. Southern Leasrae. Little Rock. Ark., May 17. Little Rock again defeated New Orleans to-day. Score: Little Rock 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 ..I' H7' E2 New Orleans 0 000010001 2 0 Batteries: Little Rock-McCIoakey and Lynch. New Orleana-Millctt and Abbott. Umpire Mc Nsmars. Attendance. 1.100. Minor Games. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. M Qulncr. ill.. Mar 17. The Qulncy Reserves to dxv defeated the Kaokuk team by a score of 10 to 3. Mlaaesota Defeats Iowa at Tcanls. Mrnnaapoll. Minn., May 17. Th University of Minnesota won th tennf tournament with the ynlvwaltr of Iowa to-day in three sets of doubles. 5-4. W. -4. TRIED TO ESCAPE FROM CITY HOSPITAL. Prisoners Had Nearly Severed Bars of Their Cell Window When Detected. By sawing the Iron bars which span a window ln the prisoners' ward at the City 'Hospital. Fred Seymour and James Mur phy, two Workhouse prisoners who were recently transferred to the City Hospital, made an attempt to escape last night. They had cut through one bar and half severed a second when the scraping of the saw be trayed them and the hospital attendants frustrated their effort. About 8.30 p. m. Seymour and Murphy, who were confined In separate cells, were allowed by the night guard of the ward to go to the toilet-room. In the extreme east end of this room Is 4 small window which faces outward upon a courtyard, adjacent to which Is the wall of the hospital. This wall la 7 feet high and can be scaled by an active man. One of the orisoners is possessed of a small steel saw, which is supposed to have oeen passea in to one of the couple by some visitor. The sounds of sawlnar were detected at 8:S p. m. by Night Clerk Hosfeldt of the hospital and Assistant Night Clerk Adolph Justin, who were ln the retention-room. Justin ran into the courtyard, whence the sounds seemed to come. Murphy remained 0 1 ln the room, but Seymour, hearing Justin upproacning, returned to nis ceil. Hut Jus tin's suplclons were not allayed, and :in ex amination of the bars revealed that two of them were cut A search of the toilet-room discovered the saw. Seymour la serving an eight months' term for grand larceny. He escaped from the Workhouse two years ago, but was recap- turea recently, ana nas six montns to serve. Murphy is serving one year for petit lar ceny and haa seven months to serve. Both deny ownership of the saw and deny that they attempted to escape. Health for H Cents. A lively liver, pure blood, clean sldn, bright eyes, perfect health Cascarets Candy Cathartic will ob tain and secure them for you. Genu ine tablets stamped C. C C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, xoc TO CONTRACTORS. Office of the President of the ' Board of Public Improvements. Sealed proposals for the public work here inafter mentioned wUl be received at the of flee of the Board of PubUo Improvements until 13 o'clock m. of the 4TH DAY OP JUNE. U0L at which hour they will be publicly opened and read, via: MACADAM AND MACADAM SCREEN INGS. For furnlshlnr and delivering macadam and macadam screenings for the term of one year, from July 1st, IML to July 1st. 1902. to repair tho streets of. the city when ever and wherever directed within the fol lowing districts, to wit: Letting No. 654. District A, as shown on official map on file In the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, $371. Letting No. M7. District B, si shown on official map on file in the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 1775. Letting No. WW. District C. as shown on official map on file In the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, S42). Letting No. 6645. District D, aa shown on official map on file tn the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required ttz. Letting No. WW. District E. as shown on official map on file in the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, ftTL. Letting No, BSL District F, aa shown on official map on file tn the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required. 2620. Letting No. etas. , District O. as shown on official map on file in the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, S474. Letting No. 6553. District H, as shown on official map on tile tn the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required. 1711. HAULING MACADAM FROM WORK ROUSE QUARRIES. """ For hauling macadam from Workhouse quarries for tha term of one year, from July 1st. 1901. to July 1st. IMS. to repair the streets of the city whenever and wher-' ever directed within the following districts,. Letting No. K. District. A as shown on official map en Die hi the office of the 8treet Commissioner. Deposit required, tlOS. lutein? No. CaSL District H- aa shown an' I official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. PiM" uiiS, t2t.t.. -v itt1ta No- " . D.,StrIcJLC' "own on uuictsu UMf VII .ra au U0 vuuiv us mv Direct Cnmmlsaloner. Deposit required, 1109. Letting No. 6587. District J.. as shown on official map on file in the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required. UTS. SCREENED GRAVEL. For furnishing and delivering screened gravel to repair the streets of the city whenever and wherever directed for the term of one year, from July 1st, 1S0L to July 1st. 1902. within the following districts. .Letting No. tot. District A. as shown on oBeial map on file In the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, $60. Letting No. CSt. District B, as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner: ' Deposit required, ISO. Letting No. BS60. District 42, as shown on official map on flls la th office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, taps. Letting No. fGH. District D, aa shown on official map on file in the office of the Street Commissioner. . Deposit required, 148. Letting No. fW. , District; E, u shown oa official map on file In the office of the Street Commissioner.' Deposit required, SMS. . Letting No. Ms. District T. as shown on official map on file In the office of th Btreet Commissioner. Denosit required. MtV- Lettlng No. MM. District O, as shown on Official map on file in the oflo of.tb Street Commissioner. Deposit rstmlrsa, Its. . Letting No. tsss. Dlstrlet H. sal shown oa official map oa file la. tha osao of tha Street Cwmiiiaskraer.. .;.. ; r,- Bs)eaBtr52SJreej. fspg,- . u. tUWAIJUNtf., OhbmtWAXJC WITH. -orrpairmg ow siaewanrs-.with Brick.' Club shot aaalnst Doctor Sexual Diseases of Men Only. "Jten afflicted with diseases of the sexual organs of any description who desire a speedy and permanent cure should, without delay, consult Doctor SHlcn. the master specialist In diseases of men. There are many reasons why Doctor Jlllen cures wn.e-9 others fall to give even temporary relief. He has devoted all the 25 years of his professional career to the study of diseases of the sexual organs of man and has con fined his practice to this specialty exclu sively. His practical experience Is unques tionably greater than that of any other living specialist. This va3t experience, coupled with unceasing study and experi ment, has enabled him to discover and pcr Ject original methods of treatment that have given him a complete mastery over diseases of men. This is no Idle assertion, but Is a fact easily demonstrated to all who apply to him for trMtmint. rin.a it 52iiliSr . ?, r.?a"on at a physician with Doctor Arilen's extensive and varied ex E1J1 IvA.!?! c .r nualifled to treat successfully the cllments to which he gives spe 5;iJ tI?.1thain the o'narj' medalist or practitioner? He charges nothing for con JHUSfi. ' -i i?r..by. ma." or "I Person t his officer He will tell you if your case is ln SS i.l.lSA lf.ne V.ea!s )2U ne w111 sive you a legally binding contract to cure yott 11 iSXfilfi i.e' H,f ls thf rly. reclal!s' in St. I5uis who cures men only who sees ii?,? vfS,1" f,".onal1"' and who Is personally resronsible for the cure of all his p fewi?eCn,iS.iV15,ts j"3' ny Doctor Mllen are as foUows: ..?., - CBII'rry and its accompanying train of physical and mental Ills, such as S? .ml.n.Srv0UB.nf?8'.. Iack of either confidence, energy or ambition: dlzxlness. pates ;?,i"ii",K,,J Pt9 before the esei, loss of memory and a feeling of general ezbaus tloniJjShii25,ls',remI,tureness and Impoteney. . ,rSi0,-ilT,C,T,R0,;BLKS' the leading symptom of which are a weak, aching back, nVnafn sW?s2$Slin.,; ac.roa back and ln loins, difficult and frequent urination, etc. i.AtZEL .2 ,sojr '" a" "s stages Is by Doctor Mllen's treatment thoroughly erad '"y&JSSSL1.1 5XSLem' never to return. .EwF?51' STnCTtJRE is quickly and painlessly cured by Doctor Mllen. by his chemical process, without any cutting or dilating. Thil .. Irc? . ,a c.urcd . at home bv a chemical treatment, without operation. 2 FmBS.1 Jt E.ur.fiyJ',s,nal wlth Doftor Mllen. A:i , EKVEX TKOlIBLES that these diseases cause are also permanently re moved, for the reason that Doctor Mllen treats the cause, and not the symptoms of 1BS- aee 11 .c.urw' and .when the cause ot the disease la removed all symptoms and "Bex complications are also removed. r wrniTE If you cannot call and sive ai complete a description of your troubles as Jju can. and Doctor MJIcn will send you his opinion of your case by return mall, fres of charge. AH lettere strictly confidential. Office hours. 8 a. rru to 8 p. m. daily: a. m. to 12 m. Sundays. THEODORE MILEN, ADVICE 904 OLIVE ST..5tLT"l,,n!s R"22aB(IO,n"M'fi " "" "''' tiouM:9a.m.t8p.si. fondays, teUeaiy. . i;l'J"'V" win pniTB esiaouaneo practice since 137. see ot The Republic; be coavlncad. you s DR. WHITTIER in nan For Honest Treatment. Cores all Chronic. Nervoaa, Blood. Skla aat Vrtstsurr ritsaasa both rnxtt. Nervous Debility, Lost Haahsed, etc prodaetaaTMV- ouaness, despondency and Irriublraeas or cnCtn for boslnesa or marrfesa. result of error, lost manhood, milky urine, organic weakness, q-' knaes. 3s. - ... " --- . ii m I.VICW tirv RUKBHinH. JIM IOT D1SHK 2.. tiif-f-1??-!1! t!f' Bcma. Ulcers, cured for life by safe mean. Ask for Uaak 2S, UH?"T.nd Bladder aUments (julckly cored. Psiafal. DUfleaJt. Too Ftequent iiTOiir jJrlne; lo srSrate dlresMs which obstruct urinary passage Ask tor blank 23. Jllea and all Reulal diseases enred. Modsrn methods: no cutting. Call or writ 53,rKle"l cases, whether congenital or acquired. ncceifullr treated. VsurleeMBi sieaieai IJletlonary and Adviser- tree at offlc. or eale4 DR. WHITTIER. -- - . MOnnoit IShOPSf fills ?4 ajtoLC,.ei."T'oimt.r by owners of property under the provisions of Section 8S9 of "The Municipal Code of St. Louis, whenever and wherever directed, for the term of one year, from July 1st. 1301, to July 1st, 1902, within tho following districts, to wit: Letting No. $. District No. J, as shown on official map on file in the onice of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 113. Letting No. 6S67. District No. 2. as shown on official map on file ln the office or the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 1121. Letting No. 6568. District No. 3. as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, IIS. Letting No. 6563. District No. 4. as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 163. CONSTRUCTING AND RECONSTRUCT ING SIDEWALKS WITH ARTIFICIAL STONE FLAGGING. For constructing and 'reconstructing side walks with artificial stone flagging, except such sidewalks as may be constructed or reconstructed by owners of property under the provisions of Section 899 of "The Mu nicipal Code of St. Louis." whenever and wherever directed, for the term of one year, from July 1st, 1901. to July 1st. 1302, within tho following dlitrlcts. to wit: Letting No. 6570. District No. 1, as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. . Deposit fqulrd, 3785. Letting No. COT. District No. 2. as shown on official map on flic ln the office ot the Street Commissioner. Deposit required. 0,025. BEPAIRING SIDEWALKS WITH ARTI- FICIAL STONE FLAGGING For repairing sidewalks with artificial stone flagging, except such sidewalks m may be repaired by owners of property un der tho provisions of Section SS9 of "Th Municipal Code of St. Louis," whenever an'l wherever directed, for the term of one year, from July 1st, 1301. to July 1st. 1902. witliin tho following districts.' to wit: Letting No. 657 District No. 1, as shown on official map on file ln the office ot the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 13). Letting No. 6573. District No. 2. aa shown on official map oa file in the office of tho Street Commissioner. Deposit required, ISO. REPAIRING ALLEYS WITH UME- . , STONE. For repairing alleys with limeatone. whenever and wherever directed, for the term of one year, from July 1st. 1S01. to Jiily 1st. 1902, within the following dts tricts, to -wit: Letting No. 6674. District No. 1, as shown on official map on file in the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, $305. Letting No. 6575. District No. 2. as shown en official map on file in the office of tha Street Commissioner. Deposit required, UC5. Letting No. 6676. District No. S. as shown on official map on file in the office 'of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 1306. Letting No. 6577. District No. 4. as shown on official map on flle in the office of the Btreet Commissioner. Deposit requtred.tm RERAJRJNO ALLfeTS WITH GRANITOID. VITRIFIED BRICK OR GRANITE. For repairing alleys with granitoid, vitri fied paving brick or granite, whenever and wherever directed, for the termaf one yaVE2LJU,'.Jl.ya' July "utwlthln the following districts, to wit: Letting No. 6578. District No. 1, as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 175. Letting No. 6579. District No. 2, as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 1252.' Lotting No. 6580. District No. 2. as shown on official map on file In the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required. 1212. Letting No. 6511. District No. 4. aa shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required. $51. REPAIRING GUTTERB, ALLET EJT- TRANCES AND CURBS. WITH LIME- BTONB. For repairing gutters, alley entrances and curbs with limestone, whenever and wherev er directed, for the term of one year, from July 1, UOL to July 1, 1902. within the fol lowing district, to wit: " Letting No. 66B2. District No. 1. as shown on official map' on file tn the office of the Street" Commissioner. . Deposit required. Kll. Letting No. E5S3. District No. 2.- as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 1439. Letting No. 6584. District No. 3, as shown on official map on file In the office of the Btreet' Commissioner.. Deposit required, 1436. Letting No. 6585. District No. A, as shown on official map on file ln the office of the Street Cornmuwloner. . .. Deposit required. 1MB. REPAIRING CROSSWALKS WITH LIUB . STONE RECONSTRUCTING OLD LIMESTONE CROSSWALKS WITH VJT-" RIFIED.PAVmOvBRICK. ON A COJJ- CRET-BASE. AND CONSTRUCTING NSW CROSflWALKS OF VITRIFIED PAVING- BRICK ON A- CONCRBTB BASE. "J- '.,.?-' t - ye-. For renalrlnr emenwaltra.wlth linwatnn.- wmm Rt"&jrLNj - "T nactics. oooT get abpon&ot. on t, u hind, RTt9 Bnaon Baau. nailaielaiJ S,!(a " " " " caaten. kc a box. for Iwbr nau. lattassl Awrtena?SiS ' -. reconstractlng oM.IImeitone.CTbsswalkswith ilen Cures THEODORB MILEX M. D. The only specialist ln St. Loals w cnren men only, who see all patlemta peraonnlly. M. 0., 800 Olive Street, Opfsif Potf OfSw, Sf. Lm t, la FREE. CALL OR WRITE. treated. Vsurleacslo m I by mall; 33 pen picture. 7nraltatl)B Fro m Office or v Man. sewarate waltiaar-s far Rack raursaa. eis'i'tasa asi ij I . . . a "fs ban In use over utresn br th leaden of IJkiSiiB. cores li wvtt cuttSoiaiytaSiSSJSS!i ' miss, taaa and constructing new crosswalks of vttrlftecl -3 Pavlnsr brick nn n. mnr.f Ium . .. .. J. Jja and wherever directed, for the term of ona ' year, from July J. 1901, to July 1. 1902, with in the following districts, to-wlt: Letting No. 636. District No. 1. as shown on official map on file ln the office of tha ' Street Commissioner. Deposit required, C17. Letting No. 6587. District No. 2, aa shown on official map on file ln the office ot tha Street Commissioner. Deposit required, H03. Letting No. 6588. District No. . as shown on official map on file In tha office of tha Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 1403. Letting No. 6589. District No 4. as ShoWBw on official map on file In the office of tha Street Commissioner. Deposit required 1317. t REPAIRING GRANITOID CURBS AND GUTTERS, AND REPAIRING ALLET ENTRANCE8 WITH VIT1T01KD . BRICK OR GRANITOID. , For repairing granitoid curbs snd gutters and repairing alley entrances with vltxtflM paving brick or granitoid, whenever an-I wherever directed, for the term of on year, from July 1. 1901. to July t 1961 with, ln the following districts, to wit: Letting No. 590. District No. 1. as shown on official map on file In the office of tha Street Commissioner. Deposit required, SS6. Letting No. 6591. District No. S. am shown, on official map on file In the office of th Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 1144. Letting No. 6592. District No. 3. as shown on official -map on file In the office Ofth Street Commissioner. Deposit required, 5151. -: Letting No. 6593. District No. 4. as shown s - on official map on file In the office ot the '3i Street Commissioner. t 'j-s T)finaH wrmlr,H Hfl9 - Cr; A separate proposal must be mad for: ' & eacn letting on a manic lorm xurnisQed by . -Aa the Board of Public Improvements, .ris."v?1 The right to reject any and all proposauf J-, Kf eptes3iy reaerveu. .,.,, n . x-ians, specifications ana xorms ot con tracts may be seen at the offlc of th '1 Street f!omm!iB!aner . -3 By order of the Board. vl .niruum f-jaiiAbU-B. ; ?J1 Attest: WALLER jrrcsiucni, V iS EDWARDS, Secretary. TO CONTRACTORS. Office of the President of th Board of Public Improvements. St. Louis. Mar if. mt.' Sealed proposals for the pnhlln wnik bars T lnafter mentioned will be received at th )'--' office of the Board of Public Improvement.'?',-3'y 4IVV4U ssp.p va- Aaaiia uuui Am aaa u& l4TV it m FOURTH DA OF JUNE. Wt. igi? at which hour they will be publicly nsBT " . and read, viz: - i. LetUng No. 6394-For repairing th wnsst-'tS with sranlte and limeatone blocks when-"Si C. ever and wherever directed by th Brbor .g'.'i and Wharf Commissioner from Jury VMfc''p12 Deposit required. 1675.09. . -tV'v-j A specimen ciock oi granite ana usswai..-4 of the size and quality to be furnished will j'5 oe requirea oi oiaaers. uiDeiea wkji nssss oxj-ry s uiuuer ana locnuix oi iturrj', w pg ivs aai1 Tsa the office of the Harbor and Wharf Osas j f aa Proposals must be made on blank- rsl sM ffjS luruianea oy mo jjuiuu u& ruww Aaaavwvvj -.j ments. - . ,fJcia Aim iil.k iv icjcv. mnj m m, Mwmm- MU?,( z expressly reservea. A IfJjrfS Specifications and form of contract-tsyjj.'?--l oe seen in tne one oi aw xaaruur Wharf Commissioner. By order of the Board. -!. nuuua a-niiiir-o. i Attest: , WALLER EDWARDS. Secretary". - ajE HAfiAP ta nmmmmiiM HUIIUC IU UHIRnlrny Chllllcothe. Mo-vJsJJffiriWfi win t received by the Board lot Ma .T. tZZ,Z tnrfmtrial Home far Olrla. c Jto.. unUl 12 o'clock noon. JIB t M. erection ?,. Mj!?"S?,ff " "ccttae building" upon the grninss at Ututlon, J,r,"B.V.R75."rll wMph eu he seen et the ccKO ox. tion, or wmiam a- ' A "certified check fa.tlM.rim.ef WW .; eompanv all proposaJ npon aaqy gsw4 .-; tfict. th- board referves th right tajntssTMy; "separata aesled propol wfll th. aam time for a liia msssiii. apparatus for said building, aai -ZitZt lunula tor sanltarr.. and. spelBcaaon Mr which M b s offlc of- the rnstltntXon. or WUrUaj. -iiTjiJU Mll(Mh Ifa. Eavfe -m r..r w.tinV .nJ nhnnbhur ahan-Jaw panled by certlfled check. In ith aaasogj rrrfjlvi it,. avA4svtva4B. if Ma-, nnssaissst- MmT SH'."."?.r5i"eii"5- board reserve th right to njwtsay ersat) . - ir-. NO OUfWa . 1VV UyaaOTSBBek.jpsrif ye - aha - avajs s1 atMtrMty i Jktm Ja nnt I v . AeM.teSaaai aerxOLD. u i n. aaaaaar aa t-ir'fisj JSjIjS TBjssftSVsfj-riM "mi.' aanvs.t . ,-t.ij MEN awtieu. !ji!s! eisy1 -is.'; i.'. . C', Z ? 5? 53 J? Si- ,i '8 .. 95 .m m m M -da m iWi ViS-i-a . 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