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THE BEPTTETJIC: STJ S !': Y. JTJXE 1, 1902.
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YOAKUM DENIES
FEISGO REPORT,
WNitii&tii&iii&ii
xiii$iiiiii,$&k
Tver a t ,-r- -: --f res pj1A7Sr,
ANNUAL J
VflKB
"Wctavc just f-ahnc. our Jianu H Inventory, and, as usual, lins 1x12117 Remnants and Oat. Rolls of Carpsting
3in3 one aa two nair lots of For-crcs, Lace Curtains, etc, tiiat "wlli Be offered t a Sacrifice to close at once.
fflonday EViornfng, June 2d, This Sale Commences.
President of Sjj-Etem Ears He
Kdowk of Iso Zsepotiatioiis
ior Its Sale.
SPECIAL. NOTICE.
-i-ln; the siz' of vonr roorar and spaces If yo arc go-
ODD LOT-AZmuutcr Carpets (snod qnaliry., ironi 10
ir. oo -.rA of a pattern regular price
n fx it -ra-d unit -wb liorderi as f7nlT
long a,-tliey last uer Tsrd) .VJ2t
RETURNS FROM EUROPEAN TRIP
Comr early on Monday and avoid the rasa.
L. S. ilcCIellaii "Will Succeed Hen
rv Garland as "Western Pas-
senccr Agent of TTaLasb,
at Kansas Cirv.
'DI LOT Bet Brussels. Carjictt-Sorne -with borders
t. Djafb (frctc 10 tf 15 "cardF of a iiarterai regular
ODD 1VT Aiminstpr Ca-twts (lieut ar. from 10 to
G5 yard jn ;iatlpn -v liar pnet tlAT if SI
wimp v-rli lionler a- iocs as t (C
tllPVhf,. ?.;;
l-i, ihc and si m a yard j loac as
tlicy las UK2-yardi
54c
frgw-y -t.w $rry;
I I a -g
1 - J tSr. S3.45 S-Ie --S2.6G K
' a
, wmT
i&
ODD LOTS U ! T ELVET CAJIFET5. some TritL
lrorder frori, J" r, r vards jn a i-anem regular
liriee SI Oi per vrrrt, a Ions as ff
they la"- 'jKr v--- ...OHf"w
OIT LuT- On- rtvo and three pair lots of Lace, it,
all cr-adf "m, jie-fect. some hlighity soiled ae Kant
pies ' 'annot ijunte p-icf" on thc-e Thr? das- lie
"-eea. Vn. wit lii tiicra hurc.
ODD LOTS-?.
'a rillo-wi; ur errire
One Jot of orcr UM)
reduced prices
Pillow your choice, "aru
ODI LfiT? 7i r T'o-Tinrej B special ln-s a nnm
ler of pifc-n' id i-ici l t
Pod IBTPT.8 SOOd cr,l -ijpi gk CiK
Tier jitir . ..v'w'
ODD LOTS T. m vc-ji t piiotcred Goods, la Jcas'lis J
from 1-: t. T rc-d fn-an-K Su..(ifi t feflr
SiJifili 'a-d vu.ii' iict iasi jier yard WO jj
Onf im silfe Damast. formerly ?3.fH per yard Sl.SO j
LOW FBIOESI
ill l4lllMtll ; UI1
lESsTteiSi
EAST SIDE NEWS
TRI-CIT1ES.
SrUT AT THE TOIMtKICS.
Two rt nf Dclrcntr nt Edii-iiril-
-rlllr touicntion rlertril. I
The XwzukshUc pnajsirief of :be Tri- '
CStJes. heifl ,.tcr-!a- afternoon at the City
3all ,at "V eix ' to .:: alepaies to th:
convention sn E3arttviJfr ti-morrow, re
snitea In ,a upllt ana two ru of delepite
were t.neu-
Tfae Tatlnp wof call-fi for S c clock, ano
nt thatour af State CosiraKteetnan
ChtrrleK Pfcaye- mi not preHent. S A
aB:su?' Hatilii - ih nuiae unalrman ami
"3. J" VSarract rr.a-j
Alter tnc delfKaiei, huC Ihvti Rel"-ned anil
ibe ""m-eilnc a-jo-' nrnroirtteinHn
j'harer arrrvei ano c.I '4r smother nMtini: I
fclect-n another set o: aei-satet. m o
thoe chosen were selct-tl t both lacijrniB,
crratha? Tsanj corapl'cauont
5. A. Braroraen. -jcfcodD-d-theatrBt raeot
lns. aaye thai the oelaj of Coramltleeman
3haysr Tra Intentional ana the .Sn!r a
the result of c fish between Jutire 31 It.
3Jnrrmi(rh of Ecn-ardville anfl JuilRe A.
"W. Hope of Alton to Lontrol the county
machine Hath rn"n t is underntfKKi, -will
lie candidates for Confrress-
ij embers
dhvallshed
delegate
rmtlv arranc
Coramlttee. claimtar tbe corcmittee did. not
have Jm-lsdictioi In the matter
The iollowlnp ver those F-l-ctd by "the
first Tneetlnc yrom ilathon. Painct Coyle.
Patrlct ilcCambrldpe. rhHsp McGUlvery.
Jaxaea Honsion J H. Iiuirfl. John "War
3lSct, Harry KodRers. "William Street anfl
John itty . .
trtra ZP' "Kl"? cr,"V"- -Ti?.
Phayer,G. TV Benn-tt. Blair eCatn-
o tii flrst lartion -were ato j j h ilfbai: ar ? f to itasri- rUu-nr. I tini-i umval ol pliyjriciaiis. combined wlta
Trttb Hie spportkrnzxi'Tit of three t l. wjcfc S punJr VTo.n faztrfiTlslo. tlist - quL-x: rorfc br tiit -eallvs d the lini"
at larpe to eacc t-svnslitp n. Tt- f i- . a-r3tT aw ; iv orH,E Dreventsd latnl r-sult-t
-L b-, th-f COOTIE trxiiCUtlVC l ." f .T" i" II.V " . 3I" h1" Th- fir? f..- - t.-.h , k ,
hridge, a. J. i-o:ttis. j v.. dctm. wiu prcgramnv was as fol'ow- -"ipvotte lor ,
Jier-, Frank Kraft, George TV. StaUings i piaI,0 six uand- Alv lne Leopold Amta
-tg J- - -B.-7-JJ",yn ,,, ,.,h, ' J?aa'-- Gladve Pta-1.-: Thi-d class. The ,
Trom Granite Of. T TV "Kinder Michael Bpf. Fruelilinssbote.' Intcrmexw Ma-Coui"-j.
G-"orsx Evens. J H. Quinn and ( czxnl. lo violin po-rt- TV,lk. s-cond and I
John O'Brien. ,...,. I third class -An d-n Mai " TV A. Mccart.
The second m-tir.r s-l ted the follow- ..n ,, , ,,.. iHrtoti-Jr t. -rfT-: J: '
ISLPm-l cZ,r,I,-a
4LLrZZt?'k ,. r " ,u t,..-.
3untaln , O Iiau John T'c-rin- ,
Trom Venice TVlUlam X J-oeicr it. a .
3tsl,3'.H.Bwecn-7 rharles 1-hay-r John
ia Doctor J " Bern P O Rote.
Ttobcrl HagnanT, Charles Kremer and I'at-
3lck iicuaxoonuce.
Trota "Madison. G Granger. M Beaham,
John Stmter. J. Bushell. TV. il BUlon,
Charles Davidson, TVIlllam Qrayion. C H.
.Arnold and John A. TJHcrs
Rtanoard "Darrrl "W nrLi Clfuaa.
Owing to difficulty in securing mntrtal
the Standard Ol) Ua-re TVo-ks in Korth
Venlco sbut down indefinitely r-Merda
anomtng. The company has a pl-ntilul sup
jilr of lumber in the South, but owing to
poor condition of roads cannot get it to the
railroad stations for shipment.
CHA3CGE8 IN BE1.X.ET1LLE SCHOOLS.
Fosltlon of Snnrrlntrndcnt Flllrd Ur
J. J. Uclrt ol Jemej- City.
Several Important changes were made nt
-the Tegular meeting, of the Belleville School
Hoard last -night and It Is estimate that br
-them J35G each year will be saved J. J.
XJght of Jersr ""ity war nppoinled saper
lntendent of schools to succeed H II "Up
dike "Who Tecentlv ten .ered bis reslgnatlon.
ilr. Light also takes the position or super
intendent of German dlicontlnumg the of
fice held by T S Hock The position of
physical culture t'oeher, held by Cnrls Eb
bot, -was also done away with
TV. C Frievogel Miss Anna Deerhake and
3Uss alary Evans resigned as teachers and
:thelr positions were filled by F P Niesn
ot TreBburg. HI , and Mi's Carrie Elmid
and Mrs- Belle Ik Merbe- of Belleville. The
-poslUon of janitor of the Huml-olflt School
held by Thomas Burley was fllled by 1 J
Iwihen. IL Ik Hcimberger was elected see--retary
of the board, to succeed A. M. "Wol
leion. gaCCTIIlCIAS "OCCXARCII INSANE.
rcitlliuii Mend Xea Oommltted -to Asr-
ltun nt JLnna, IU.
"William "Mead Lea, an electrician, who
-was declared insane yesterday, -was struck
by a train -while walking along the Illinois
Central Iltllroad -tracks m East St. Louis a
couple of -yearn ago He was committed to
the asylum at Anna, III.
Lea -was arrested two week ngo In Cen--terrtCe
Station, -where he disrobed at the
Catholic Church, A year ago he wan ar
Tcated on "the summit of the bluffs, where
he had disrobed and was running about in
the -woods. His home is at No. 1Z South
Third street, -St. Louis.
.Sa-rrara Abend'. Hecerrtlca.
Inclement -weather Friday night cattsed a
-postponement until last night nf the tiublic
reception in honor of Edward Abend of
Hellerffie. -"srbo -was SO years old on Friday,
and who also bears the distinction of Imv
3og errea lor lorty -years as the -president
uf the Belleville Savings Hank. The cele
tfi hrntlon. Instead of being held ira the lawn
,-vi.,xu. jujchu s uDmc was iieio on inv .iu
iKJicviue.
Hcaltr Translr.
3ll estate transfers -llieC -lor leuuid
jrllb ijComity Hecorder Charles Uaclale at
'SellevUI. -yesterday -were:
J?' "l.J? IUHI " alt D Sexton, unit
ftJcB Tt, lowaslilp 3, noroj , warrantr
-J. J5r'?a?n ad ' to Louisa "".looker,
tov & 2ZL2zJ'u?L.A- Kurru jAwie, Caul Bt.
Inuis: -wariaarr end. 1KO
-31- i, h?kilrmXn to J. K -penroO -t ah.
2it Jet A. CaUmci imuiiuum; wamtntr
ontati a&TKi-tDliotn. Buttrwrtln.
fefa.to'Kk; . w Jism auiiclsim da-fl. II
4. ... . -- -r- ji'."- " - JM. HajR
gad ib tj, .,jj -jxact, -onttTTHle
3 -u-- " J-Wl. 1--I--S1C---, JJiiertiir"
niuiafiu i.iu,ub
Bloct at pr -aTly j
CTA I
as Jo:
Arailas-
a tiif y
tw J
Ttcs
i
ia jie irtE.
ih.at urcs
" I
Lii i,OT a
Tt iTans and Cararansh reauJar price
Eli "X to 2T. 'as.
tv Wt m T up
iHPETS, SDBT&ESS MB RMS.
5g1L-;3i-ir'iSJry'l.?E
;,. - ali:'rtsB - T!sj - ,. - an
.
ZZ. Scbtrrban place. -region tt. njvmhlp 1. ro-tii
l mmnn u. ti
Nelli A MeCaflatid and husband to He-rs.
Ttohwedisc- lot ltt. in -a. place J,o a Ea iit-
-'Ulp wa-rantv de? -
fconw to Sam- un-. m -. slout ill. Inv-r-
side. warranTj a SUM
i nil u- ,.' I r. ,. Miv j lTlin t.ic .
r w tran troctpc i" iaviiizu xxu-n.. ..
i.. u." -.-.. zrz.-zz r-. i, .7 '
aUAl - AIXB .i.nillj u ....
. 4. elicit. W ciujr I. i. J. .tKUT. 'Oi .
;a mlbrilvMian lot abuirlsiGn CIhI..! cuaf- '
nicn. er-cutarK ored. & j
T J ilei- tr I J jele. aie prim :-. 1
mirnratj d-l. .7, I
l: W V. u1se in !- tr Jlurj- V. Jtobtow. i
iotn Ji.un.1 bltj- i D-j i. rei addiacn,
K S iaui w an: tie Jl 9W J
dirf'-JS-v''IfL. "------;
i.- "-caTantr dAd " " ' ' "
Aitiwr An.1. -. , . ? T7 r . Tbwi
loi . iitocb. i JHan-Irurninf77iil entxlrristcn. '
iijr a- ioc. warranty a-a. I2. I
iaa ctsjt to iUc -
JiTiwunrau. IA Z. liUcH '
i I'mifti "v, otr snraii
uti&ioh, -UiE ai.
QUUCUTCl n!. MJ
Ja rekr'i- oiid ttlte to Itora. 3L Ccragiic.
lot , 7-tf pU e. idiet ril Laui v.-u.rjaity
C W Uer J: . Frr! Sinnj-srrsr let 32.
Jtimi eccnii ad'-'iaT Ieliertfie. T-arranty
ii-
K. TT ril.fnc. troitee. and wire, to TT "C. 1
Atlttor. te -. m a B'Bwt-place. "ivmuiuDe,
Jark. wanacty cl-ed. SS
Xiieflerfcrnnr
rT,n - r-,- f , , I
Children of the Belleville Li-derkranz '
! gave a concrt last ovenlnc In Liederfcranz
I "- ihe pnisrammf was well cehscted
and the children pl.-asd their auditors. The
ViP" lf"T hand--SnKene Bear and karl '
.nesT fceronr ckuw "f-neiillns-san- .
Kunft TC A Mr.cart- AT,-hI.rt nn rt- '
Helrtath " liter Aencleir " "cr -Hi
,lisi cghxS Flt -Sd s.ond '
CiaS o-tv.o vcS7 SjrioJtasTSd
dl BlaemCloln F "Hrrrlpl!nhr, "rTarhnn-
cha." J RafT for .piano EII LT."rfeM
Fit class (for tm voices "TVi her-ii'-n
i!tss im TVald." Franc Alt. Baracole by
Franz Ehckcn.
nrlle-rlSle "linrrlnjrr "Licra,.
Marrl,T iioeunes JBUtd in Beilev Hie -yes-t-dfly
wre
M Urowr Ti e Abl Hirlul-n 711 TInr
L hr, Jr. Tarmttadt Liizh- Sinn ' Mn-N-
si. TcTR"n?hln. IS r3 rie- St Louis Mn? 1
Gertrude Dunham Ejki St. Louis
r- . . o- r ..
B-llcrrilI- "Vrtrs Kots.
afl prjen at th Fair Grounds
John Berli"nbttch. Jr enterulnrt rrlds la-t
2 irSL '" hmm Bt h"" twemy-lmit birthdar n-
rrlL,t"'ir "? -Pt feorc-'s i-m-Tch -will gtr.
its third annual 1-stiral ftt to-nisKt J
XiT,i VVf V"I"t fo TtTTtriotion in ti public
school,, -Ktil brcin u-mii-rx-K "
ait.---.omi at Lake rirtsane """ ""
Mrs A h irr,rnmr- tat return 1 to her .
K?c AiZ S,?!!" T"J"" tb her dauehte- I
I t,I7i r"a.""r'. ine crecnt nai' mill o
I 2,,,V?S. 1r ""Jaroios to vlthd-aw f-om tne
tiS!- t union ana to orsranli-a u-u-tn
night at Han-s lull li was n minxl-d
Th- -Wert llell-Tlll TVo-kini-m-n fKKl-ty
has arranrrf u. g!-.e ad exeurjlon to Vrvr Ath-
ett3 n f-tmday. Jure li
Wallr- TVard who h, hn ntrpoint-il a
ESP'i i'n'! bte Msrshsl. hia jtrae to ,
tsmncfkrld. Ilk. to Teport far dctyT I
.tttIH,. ...,.
Jernerrlllr .Note.. ,
-nZZZZFJl- nlk-TOTi of J-T-rti!i. rtrtrtfa for
innSi "rroti "f,!??"tiihSuV"S? .ti"! SP-
?,1SHfi..mr!"2f,,,?L 2KS?"k- l- ??'T
dVot.
jt . .",,ta ,. .- u, .(IT prrSI
Chtiarers T)sy eieT-li- -will b obrved ti
flnr In h hundaT eehl of the Cmnb-iland
Pr-brt-rtaii Church t Omfton.
T?TJm' nie f lleFaflBoa has M th
TTblt. 1UI1 It-timer tn H E hH. Orrantj Birn-r
lltend-m tf fehonie of 0n Cturi'T frr Us
Doctnr 3IeTa'iatid has been Id 3-rs-rvlH" np-m
several o-easioiw re-entlr with th view of sort
ing a iJ-Tnocnitlr weekly
A siA-cwl 1'rtlon will l haid In the villac
t3ucnhnr thtt? v.-ir--li3v io nil the vaCTn-i-
In t!i Uoartl of Trami and tn elect a 1'oliee
!;El?nlt'- w TVIlklnson Is th- oily en
jiloate H-mwra-wS tor the latt- pnjlilon. Ft
TrOT-r thr- eanaidat. hare qnalin-rl TVU
Ilm I). Crojlrahott, James Itoaa and rrant lllrka
roeyer. Alton atr and Femonnls.
tT1 'S !!". will -plar tn Ht. Omtles
jjnrmii of rn Ttarl-, JIo al Biwrtsanin'a i'ark.
Alton, this afternorm.
Ohfl TI KpiUnm rfl(v . U- 1 -1,
jmbllean. ruirnafl yeatcniaT Iron: a trip to JVo- 1
--.-.., ,,.
auaolh: Chnreh atoui" uo?.
t,Z;t,'rr?5?e -lU, . - "Woad Cnrtase
rnortic Oiiiexe, entertalnvd alias mtzabeth cm-
cell rUEn-"T of bx. loaU iih a bnd-ir-l. ef
ffl?i ."l 2SmL "1 't-'-S? alr anL Mrs,
en w"vbw -written -rtller Imcrrptlena -7d
ESi-ISU,S3u2lriTKi" o""',t' "
S' -L -CnrSL ""?e on Tfinrwlav after
rh.riro,r,SinJt.
iaW.i'SS.T Sabn
i i c usj ";ciu-T,iajjv xoot doste-" oT poison Tno
taill- TV-- WiL-iMr rt rt EZ1
!
riT. .i.1 . " " -"Ttan. ji-nr T-iii tike i -primary -was lance, uytne Central cnaunit
imSu, t-vS zAJ?Jl0!J2?L:Mmi' r"- tecman. Delegates were selected and In--rU
iiTirZrJj" . . atructetS to vote for Supervisor John Elble
tHi. ;.' "'.' .PriSl.!:"J-!B,v' slcnle i- senator ard Thomaz Coralngcr for Een-
ftiT i?rl.7,te.S!0,1?,".r:" Co-ask f in the way of inducing the Government to
firm ?Ji?azlJ2$rat.Mtmk m"?7- Itomote IrricaUon and redeem the inCTeraS
&i VftTJ: 2.k2S-T,!r' T2 .? t-- areae of land which need onlr SS?7r;
C
"'a- -' -"s n oin-oJinarn eaiMiaates 1 rrrr- Vvi iT"' "?- " J octiex yourtio
aa 11. B. Jlaarh of ih 3ei7er Cnimr iKnT-rrni. J sitlon. Four hundred and aUxteen na-e ad-
IT LOT nova T clvpr Parjvs. best made fro-a 10
ii 4" yt.,- m part-E I'-onie r h lo--ders
-eiutr priL- SL. and Slu Q"7y Per
ya d ai- it us as tiiy last . 5 -w Yard
ODD LOTS Eiiplihu Silx-naa llua1 large nesortmeat
of citlnr.nK !,. SO in .".( ia.). regular tfe "
pri' M. cwhUe they last . . .. grU'V
Lemnant Bugs (Itoom Sizes) made from short ends of fine
-.-pc .inss Thi a- a-us'jt CQ se-vieeatjle. GKEAT HE
1 "luN'S IX irrr-r- Tic tVTICK
DI LOT Japuiwe Cotton and Znte Iine- Oriental
defcicnt, i.no ci'hnnp isir- BfixTSi These are suitable
fo- summer hou'-''' -eaiar pn'-e S4.TiO fii? Olffe
la. .
VWi&w
i."auj - j' vstra-nr (fIx S it.S22 fl 'Crtrs.
GSHAT OPPOIOTIXITr TO ErT
pood '-eiectinti of On 'ntal Hearth .Unas,
$!4,75
ion? as vh-y laB
fffrtrtjve ultibl. fn- mira-iSL
-ASK TO SEE THESE TALfES.
itliiT Ext-3 c-ncliy Arnimsier iiu?b elepaai
pattern'- lz'- m in-sHi in repnlar 2 SfS
pnie ti.Tti' a ioua a tlier lx"rt .. V2bIV
Boi Dnaff! liupsdu'-ciae iclitJr anfl about ihr b"t
nip made tc vez AT KE FiilCi. OFTEilED 'IrLi.'!"
SH '. iJ BE S .r.AT .STE.
I Furfh Sf, and
W WashlsgloQ Ive.
- MM
G7 T1 T-t Tp-.fitattve John A. Pfac
i oard asfi Tnoma V Itan- all o? Jr-TvlI.
-n oumr iadi-a of the Second Eintl: r?r.M ?h
In t -t Altar scahi- an ic-creaai aoclal Llmz
j liortnr and Aira John Ilaltrr of ilnict Ird.,
or iK.t Z Allen Trl.:;teA- Taey ere marrG
r'-ntij
T C K mc cf Alha-nb-x ToTTuhtn hai" at-
n'.un--t bind' & candidate lar tn Itcublican
roroinaiior 1 - Wi-riff o Mjdlfor. ttoan'y
I TV- IlJlldtnr C.nmmlTl,- nf ?h T-r-.. ,. .
-j,. tAL 1 u,- ciS.,SSi!2r I
-w fconje ia tat concrvicatioa will cut
tl.
" '' - r. " -'?!"'. ."- ."."" A"cai!j
r""" "t'
MjeitT ctmrrs that tfa- fclalrb v m
te tn- vtenttr ot the Bittl: CI1 vttll Ije very
xun thM r
J
t. k. t i .
1JUB st- I'a' Ilcni.
h Altnani Aiwr-tat'en r th Eojt Pt. Ixra
Eist fcchuol wll t-iv. e reunion and rec-ptiro
t, -n- srudcatlz cua t tne Uico thoal
Jurt i
-An tee creatr ,a' win be cJvec Ta-vtay
Ttladl of tb- O-TUar Crmr-fc win c1t i
1&. r.urJOHT Ml tlr"" fiflm OT JifE GirMT
wHllam I! Iinwlancl ba bouztii FSlt aatnut
-"--i wrosE 10- ar iUiKeti cct r xzm)
-Tiif tier"!"-."" .fi"- h..-i. rr r- 1 jmt-a rtTl
iterealtc; clot at - p m.
THREE CHIL11KE.N DKAK rOIQTf.
Two iu (ne rnmllr anil One In An
othrr crrowjj Ecn,.ctl Dentlx-
Thre ; St 2-ntus chlldrpn yeBtsrfiaji
""-year-oid daufrhter of Mrs. I Donahje of
Lo 10IT "North "Nattb street. She found a
bottle conilnmc cj-bohc add and swat-
i lowed a emal1 quunt. y Prompt admlni"-
a-jon oi oimooi, uj a physician saved
ddl- and Annit the I and Z vear old
children of Mr and Mrs Claries PfeiCer
of No Ta "Sorth Ninth stre, accidentally
drank m-dicine intena'd to- an a-thtna
cu-e Iioctor C TV Lllile was called to at
teno the children, and after using the
stomach pump and applying antidotes, pro
nounced the children out of danger
JJtTO CAMIIDATES IX COSTTEiT.
31adi..n O.nntj- D-m..mil, Held Kl-
lal Cunicntions.
The Democrats of Alton held primaries
VeFtf OB If. ffr HlTOT ,r .h -Mart- 1
isjn Counw Convention, wnlch will be held '
at Lv.ard.-tille on Monday Threc pri- m jiansas citj He lo oni. of the bext-nianes-
took place yestercaj aftcn.oon the known railroad men In the country and
Iact.on headed by Ji,dge A. T Hope held has been so capable an official that the TVu
" voting prlmarj and toe delegate were in- , bash ha desird to keep him, tf at all pos
structed to vote for flavor A TV Toung slblc For this reai-oc. the "Wabash sent
lor Senator from the Fortv-s-vcnth Sena- "Mr Garlnnd to Europe for his b-alth. whre
to-iaj JJitrlcu an-. E C Haagen for Iep- he spem aimoet a vear He relumed only
reientadvt a iew -weks ago g-eatls refrshed. and
Eat night at the mas" m-etlng called by I stated that h- thought li would entirely
I'joafcer Hall the Hope faction appeared in
ww.... w..fcw-T-i,, --Ut4,iC . ui-. ku.
fi.i -n n h t,,.-. , ,,i -d,.
- -" ' ... j ... u.u, . j
1 tc riali. and with the faction neadd by
Ld.tor J J Mclnemay adlnurned to the
oiii.e or Judge J E. imnnegan. where the
rt-pentative. The contst will be decided in
th convention Monday.
Death fir Mr. Charles Unci"..
Mrs, Charles Buck of Alton dd to-night
at her home at No. 200 Eidce stre-t. A hus-
i band and two children survive. The .funeral
will take place Monday at LItchneld, IIL
TAST COLOTTISATJOV S.CHESE.
Harrimnn to Draw Jtutb Eastern ana
Middle State fur Ann nicest.
Cnlcago. ilk. May SL It is the purpose of
the Hurrimon lines to appoint colonizing
agents in all the Eastern and Middle TVest
centers and to draw largely from the pop
ulation of the Eastern States
Arrangements have been made -lor agen
Ciei, at the following placeH Indianapolis,
wltn Jurisdiction over Indiana, Ohio and
Southern Illinois- Des Moines, with Juri
motion o-.cr iwa, Mlnaeota nnd houth
Dnjjota; Hagraaw. wltn iurisdJctlon over
Michiran and possibly "Wisconsin Kansas
city "rt:b furi"d.ctlon over Missouri. Okla-
homa and lndn Territorj": Louisville. Ky..
with hi. Atirrr OP -I.l'.- .. ,.
Tenn. with Juri"diction over Tennes-e,
rittssurg, Ia., witn uri'dictlon over Penn
sylvanai. Altntny. N T., with jurisdiction
trier New lorti and a portion of New Eng
land, Portsmouth, Ta,, with Jurisdiction
over Virginia and the Carolina!, and Mo
bile Ala., with Jurisdiction over a large
Southern territorj".
The oureau wh'l represent the Southern
PaciPc. tbe Prion Pacific. Oregon Short
L'nr and OrBon Railroad and Navigation
Company. It is tne purpose of the man-
agemen" of tb"e roads, through the com-
bmfd traffic dejiarinient. to exploit, Oe-
i velop and settle Oregon nnd TVushington,
j Especial attention -will be given to the miru
I era!, agricultural and timber resources.
I It Is said that there are many millions of
ncre of unoccupied fertile lands in thse
States, and that no other locality has so
b-IIliant a future from a mineral stand
point, ioe ourf-aa, witnaii tne combined
Influence of the xaliTCaus back of Jt. Is
CDUK to pay esiiecuu Btiention to lr-H-ntlm
b-come the most fertile fields of the NoTth-
, west-
' . -
VT'ntann Aeualtted, Man Convicted,
Ardmorc X T.. Hay 3k In the caw ol
J'".".s I1 -j"11- "ard on Juno
? -5W,i?j!?-,,1--!?5rTrtarned ayerdlsa
of acquittal ior 31rf, Holly end a verdict of
iaa"----itP.oe.
I JBB a-wMfe-. tHelp Wanted" col-
"9-a-r
EEpnnjc BPEClAl
J.cvr Torh. ilay E- President Ban;amro
r. Toatam of the Bt. Ioulu and San Fran
cisco luillwav returned u-day from a Eix-weekF-
trip atroad durinr -srhicb time be
visited England, rrancc, iielclurc. 3srta:er
lanc Italy and Holland. Hiss Catherine
Toakum and her aunt. IIte. Adams of Ua.i
ia Tcr.. accompanied ilr Toakum on his.
trir-
1 resident Toatnra TraE su-prised to leam
trson hi return tiiat reports had be-n cir
cuUted that the-e voe to be a chance m
ownership of the Frisco road.
There are ns necotiatlons pendms tor
the Bale of the St. Iuls and San FrancLico
Railroad so lar as I cm aware," said Sir
Toakum. at the Waldorf-Aiitorla Hotel to
nipht and it If lerj I!key that I would
tnow if any such Ktep. were contemplated.
"So far a? th- rumrr- conccmlnf: my visit
to Europe to sound European stockholders
of tiie Fruco is concerned, there . ansolute
lv no truth in It. I did not know until ray
ar-iral to-day that ther was any talk ot
the Si. Eouls and San Francisco chaticmjr
hands Thi m itself ii a denial that rcy
tri; was Tor the purpose at "sounding for
eifrr atockholdert
At b. matter of fact, not a Ereat qnantirr
of "toch is held abroad The Frisco la
owned almost entirely by na-ties in St
Louia Ilcstor, and .New Tort, and they all
stand cloe tocether
'1 cannot imagine -rrhat started the enr
ren talk of the sale of the Frisco There
lr. so lar as I know no reason why -we
should selL "We are do'r.r remarkably well.
and stockhoifle-s al' feem to be lery well
satisfied with mmf-s as tney are now
"I acain repeat that, to far as I know,
there nas b-en no offer made to purchase
and no attempt made to "ell the property to
any othe- -nilroad. capitalist or coterie of
capitalists."
3Ir. Tottsm Slach Rerrexlipfl.
til Toakum "ctuni& much refreshed es
a result cf his id weeks holldav
"Sly trip abroad " he said 'hbj a very
enjovcble on- aiy dacshter and ilrs
Adams enjoyd It immensely It was try
firpi trip to th other side, and after a id
weeks' stay, ten days of which v.e spent
ir London I have a fairly pood idea of the
people over there.'"
Vine President Tfincb-31 of the F-isco IS
hi New Tork. havini; peme here to meet
Hr Toakum upon bis return and lncidTt
taily to transact senne n-ivate buslnees.
He talked over railway affairs with Mr
Toakum to-day nnd both will remain he-e
o attend tb monthly nvetmc: of the
Hoard of Dl-ecton? next Thursday "Xoth
litc of speclai intpo-tance is to be trans
actd at this meetin-.
Mr Toakum leamd of th ertt-r nf h
Itoet Island tntr St Louis by way cf the
did no carf tr dt'cti- the affairs nf other
llnE he intimated verv stroncly "that the
rumored sal,- of th Pt Ivmls n-n Run
Francisco Hallway was p-onahly dn to the
actlvltv of the Eoct Island In the St. Louis
territory
TOO M.W ILLINOIS BOAD-I.
TTO1 Build From Jollet nnil Froria to
K"leonsln ami the- 3UseljnI.
Sprmctlelt. II. May SL Articl-s of
co-noration ,- filed to-day with fcecr.
tary of 3tate Hose by two new railroad cor-
jjorauans as tuov at
The Jolit and UeBt-n "tlallwav Com
pany with its principal offlc- located In
Joliet. The capita! stock Is J3U0 000 and the
obct is tr con-ttruct a railway irom
Joliet in a we?te-ly and northwesterly C,
rettlon tc the "Wiiiconiiir State line. Tii in-co-porators
and first Hoard of Di-ectors
are Geo-pe H. Munroe and Charlts S Sea
ver of Joliet J K. Steward. E TV Fa-ton.
G E Steward and VT D Steward of Flano,
HL. and John H. L-wls of Tf- Kalb. III.
The Illinois and Alissisi-ippl Hallway Com
pany, with Its pnncipat office located in
Chlcapc and with a capital stock of COM.
The object l to build a rallwcy line from
-J5J rfTc.,5 ,"75;
PiPL-f? "3?,? f"? 5?ct -"f11??
Peoria, Ilk thronjvb the counties of Feorla,
point on the Mississippi River m Rock
Island Counts The tn-o-pc-ators and firt
Board of ntrectorF inciu-les Jerome J Crow
ley, Rupert J Ber-y r"el3 Pagenstacaer.
L F Chapman and M. P Breen. all of
Chicago
HtTXRT X. GAKi4"l RES7G5S.
L. S.
MeClellan TT'IU Unecred TVnhash
Veteran at Kansas City.
H N Garland, "Western passenger agent
of the T abash with headquarters at .Kan
sas Cit. ias resigned on ucount of coa-tinu-d
IU health, and L. S McClellan, dis
trict pusaenger agent at St. Louis, has
ih ii appointed to succeed him.
jenry is iiarianc has uen with the a-
bash -ichtera venri.Lirreat denJ n th, tm-.
Hoover oiji nis neaitn nos tailed a:ain.
and bo will now enoeavor to regain it by
traveling He has been a frequent visitor of
Bt Louis and is widely known here. He is
a mcmlwr of the TVebash Veterans- Corps.
L. E McClellan has b-en with the "Wabash
long enough to be a veteran. luch of hhi
time has been spent in New Tork City, as
Eastern representative of the "Wabash, Mr.
McClellan will depart in a lew days to tae
charge of his new office,
MORERLT AJfD HSSOCKI ItATXJlOATJ.
Company Chartered to BuUd Electric
Line,
liErnmac arnciAX.
Jefferson City Mo May at The Moberly
and Missouri Railroad Company of iIobrly
was chartered 10-day by Becrctory of State
Sam B Cook The company has a capital
of &Q0. half paid up, and intends to con
strnct an electric line from Huntsvllle to
iloberly and Ferry in Eandolpn, JMonroe
ana jtaiis counties, 1
Following Is a list of the Incorporators, al- I
lowing -equal blocks of stock J H Starr
of Centralla, TV M Afflck of Mlddie Grove
F. B Miller of Carthage. F C Jacotry of
iloberly. C A. Thompson of Centralla. J '
ii ioumtan of St- Louiit and S. D. Stolen
of Bumside, IU.
The same gentlemen also incorporated to
day the Moberlj Light. Heat and Fuel
Ctrnrpnny rf Moberly with a capital stock
?f -EfW" The companj is to furnish JJober
1 -with light and motive power.
lOTTA AJTD rT. LOOS RAIL"WAT-
Seed of Trnst lor JS.IKHl,(MK) Filed at
Mnron, 31 o,
E-U'LHUC BFECIAL.
Macon. Mo. May 3L A deed of trust was
flled in the office of the recorder of deeds
this rooming by the lowa and Sa Louis
Eallroad Company. The deed was dated
May L and -was made to the Illinois Trust
and havings Bank of Chicago, In the sum
of COOO.U.
TVIlllam A. Rule Is xamed as trustee.
The deed is a first lien on 100 miles of
T II nrsel rt n.tftt..., fwim f...,.., ,.111 "T
to Macon, and the Trust company Is to ad- '
vance SMM per mile upon each section ol
five miles or more of road as completed.
This ensures tb- building of the new road
to thj city, and the probable extension to
fit, Louis.
ACTT5G OFFICIALS AEE KAXEXl.
Bnrllncrton Innei Circular Fenuinsr
lnjurle- id lnjnrrd la "Erecl.
3-3n.10.lC SltdAL.
sa i'ut, -uirni.. May .--General -Haua-
L- 1 - . - aal --t.mallaraaSSS. .. A iamaapa, -- h
ger Ueicne cf the Burlington has issued a
circular -which jitoles. tbaa pending the
-?ta25?enmet5r.C inHVreck ?t AlrnaT1?" f o peramjal -rlft i ahra-a -rref-r-d. If It is 1-rpoa.b.e lor too -ii can. write Hr T-tes. --Dy c-r-rifllrg rem- , you rta. ft,
Tlngton oniC.nls m tne yt-ecaai juna, j. ' -hjj. - roar .ymptersi. n4 on rewpt of th- aaiae h- w!B id.e iron ri opinion resanU-sjrenr eaac It tt n lnearabi. he will t3 roo -E.
Hough, tr-lnn -taster, IM Urosse, -will act , t,, nrtt (.ttr Tie has per.'nd a etn S n-in- 1 -..-n-- fi the bent of t-oae who f-amut can nt bl rn-ee. A3 ojn-oI-iDrrn nirlmTa
as aivlslon uperrnienoern. in place oi ii. l
C. Curmmcham. while D. C McMIIian. I
chlef clerk, -will have enurge of the cfBee
y. -lcon-Jd, roaacmter, Eavsrmah, I1L.
will act as xoadmaster on the northern
division, -with James Murtln asS-rtsnt. C
J5. I3I1B. hlef clerk ho the -enstaeer. tit-:
-fi. -will rtxx -e r barge of -fmctn erht ' aim.
-loss en the dlvh-o--. JL Q. J-foez. areneral
,1 t&i. - S! FBfeBe. E - FtfftS. H
- .. C, -fey, -... Bt.V KW.1.H.C f
r; r y !. .
Two-Bit ir- Ge line E -c. trd
tarTh V h
$3.35
TjTMiV'si iJ irTi-ii '' I ii-M'sJiiw alWTpTiTi o
r-i ----.-t.g"ig'i'u'--JLio MTec-rawrva
CXSSiM,
S5.10
Jn2inlerf 5s7ii, sr
Snlsii, affig1 ebap
anS d-aJTiL. brass f&"2
85c
E
'T' wVi llllVUV,l:lllk iTV
loreman of britees and buiidincs will "re
port to Messrs- Austix ano Houh.
General Mcncsrer "Unrjihr Str,cl.ea-
uinclnnati. ii. d. " up oi itiun o w
J Jlurphj . nenerai manacer of the Queen
ana C-escetn rcm-e v. a was stni-Ken wi.h
naraiysji in iouiBviiie ifcc-Luj iaw.iwu.
is to-dav reported as serious. Last nisrht
hf- wak rerit-,t Jrotn 1. i.rvme tc h-s
hornt In im; cH.v r j,, . , '
tmrlfllRTio ftnc! Arkansas Line UnUc'lns:
r-EPtia-CSTEClAL. . .
Hope Ar ,,- "a Actve wo-e na itr i xton with the Northern radac and -araret
!-run or tht Louisna anc Arkansao Eali- ' - ,, , . , I Northern, it would make low rales ar
road rrom Hope to Ftamps Ark. fcnowr as ."I?2:. ? ,"S?, SSSS --St-i ! teachers, rrotn all Jlontana pomta and -m-theBuchatuiu
Thlsroad vincrmn-ct vnth i5.-i St. Louis Bnd
tne Southern extension i-i -ip and ; ieJA01fs E oie-rrarP Chitnx This action foHows alter the c
Cotion Ber. Tu coct-act t .r th- right of , JT?" JrtSSrL-f FrJ3- ? -- oeea dory BtdBntaefl to tiie VVest
way and gradmg bar been let. and men and , assnen de.ermh,e wliat cls rt , j. Aslochttlon. and ted down.
teams est on the grounti-
50TEi AND AFFOIXTirEXTS.
General lanacrr Spencer Re 1 urns
TVlth Hl Bride McsJcali Ruail.
J TV. Mc-""vell g-ncra' su"innt"nd"i:t
of tiie "Kaiy" it. Tciu uj in cutlf-ei e
with General Manager - A. Allen at the
general headcuarters la St- Loah; est-ir-day
f -neral Maua"T""T Snenci
ot tn t-otn-j-
em Eallwav vrhr has been in E-iirnk-"OS '
a protracted honetnoon, re-a-tv-ii jertc
day to St. Louis wltfc hL U-i ' V- a"d
Mte. Spencer are at home ax the TVe-tmors
land tiotei.
The Mexican Eal'wc- nrtrary a-e th
". ., -r-ti t"-. . .,......- i
xnicuceiuiic xxii.u vi ,,it-.i,.m .i.--m.
thai to-dav A. S White b-caoa ene si t
agent nf the companies at F ' tvi'- v b
h-adauarters in room Set lit C ommcrcal
building. Sixth xnd (Iive Btreets.
V K.
ii, Kifib 0 HlJUfttwy iitAK mtli
Weakness Is Kb Bes-.II ef CIsbess M Is tiie First Symptom WhlDfi Leads In Miseij ail Cse-
plet. Helplsssnsss
WBE5T REFERENCE
UNTIL CURED
C.sns):WATHAr-JL K. KINS. MA
I 1 1 1 riJItffV -" TtT-w-5r- .J-1
i'irmvi , ' s s
lit
If you are a sufferer of any diseases pea-liar to the -male ss-, yon
,
VARICOCELE.
T nn Tn. I nrele iw Tax n.-a snd o lei Il m-thod O
which la ire- ln-m -uitear and ainr pillt and rtn-'n-n. eu'.
Iltder my trmtnier' rrrrif w-atjuJi. ani dweare qmeKW or
appeitra tbe ttaBnan iiluod d-iv-r Inra; she A Uteri sens, neaitiiv
cireulitKin of pti'e b''" la enlrni3 ycu ar e nr-thenec m er-ry
way a-j aoor .11 jjo-i thut CfiBd-ne-- fmr .'J',- "X
ins which aceonujir' .Joe hi 111 anfl r itou. m. nh -i 1 ha-e .""e ,-'
cui'sen, niTet attd nwt rellaSlc "-.me f Ta-I "' kro-n 10 jn-Hieal
a-inee. No-tnal 'irrakfion Is re-esaD!ie thr-uchmit the p-irtc re
gl and t-rfeci rrta hood tr restore.
LOSS OF fyiMtlLY VIGOR.
11 -yon ar Uclcinr in thee eaprnt-al euisentj. nf -tcacbornS. p-tti tt
irrj ottlc and eon Mitt me ifrrat-T 1 hov- niTd atT nu-lcr" cntS
pcrmaixnUr rae -wnich herve ben abandon-- lr rall rfcys-tan-i fd
.-efft-TK! rxpt3t; eai1- which bev il. JicirrzAted a'td tnaae dw trr
ta u ot ltt PTe-- Ntmphwi or uk& appi . I kj! rmo tB
II eCet of iruch trratrofTTt and rwrtor- to -tob wrct -yo Ja"f tort
jTjtr prcrou nrfniiC liv rnr tar wfc mn matcA : . mo rr.'"
anfl Tr-rre. "lb fl-fc tl-m tb mm Jen U d aru -b-1 n re t flnr aad
(lrat-7 It b-et r the brate tr- Iw-trir2r t c aS dr ndi-r Ic
a -wrrrl tt -vHW "P tb phyatal and nrrt.I as anl pr -pa blm
an-nr " the dutl and jastrr ol Btar-ry tsan-'ou.
iC; TVTf TZfe-SAiM-; G-TAff-tEE
SCIATICA, i?HEUK3ATlSIW. RUPTUSE-, PILES, KIDNEY, BLADDER
"
iann 1- Kinira p"al ear- and ittwiri
mo--T I'm-is rAraa; FOE Mra?
HOURS: 8 A.M. TO S P. M.
BR. HATHANiEL K.
TTTg&lg
and -prctzy patterns
Sk 42c
Incrals Carp-m rtrrers
lt i. dsi-ms. half r O
wool aillns C
s
Ir-j-rain
r-t, and
ra--
tes .
f :ti
LStl": S5c
i
i noor on ciofh j n
-per yard 5yy
Stair r1 Ooth
pcr yard .
-6c
lans e:::a
JSET S9L1S OF BUYE ST.
- 2 - a-s tou oftiy.
Salt now at St. Loch, has been appointed
pene-a. agat of these mliwars at Cfctcti- j
nat. with headquarters in the Union Trust
out d'nc
M!? TimTT-ji A ifarr has rui juilr! t tt
appointment to her o.i position as Becretary
to the ceneral asent cf the Illinois Central
tz. rit- t-ocis.
H E Howe Mayor of Pa-Hani htm been
npnointed general Northwestern agent
tno cmcaro iiiiwaucee anc at. iua.
with
Headquarters Is Fo-tland. Mayor Pow was
cene?al snrenr-teT-.der.T n- th. (rprim RI1- i
rfc5jwLnfsTj5
rS,ck'lrLS.''r..'aP. -aar.Jn corjunc-
t.bt use -Mmfratlcn cosJiirr icr Bereral ;
Colorado ryer He savs that the-e win be- . SIC -oadsicre ta the mo
, , -, .,, ., .,! i They leel that something should be donee-man--
to I3o paaieagera Chr1r ', F ti s"-b2- lach4?E af P-kota,
-r n'U--.. - .rffi of i
i the Pennsylvania lines wes of ,plrtsbr-r
with hea-lquETtrrs -srt Jfrtshurir, was at
Vandalia headocarters le-.erday.
Jo!ha L. Rogers, commercial agetilfcri
the r i?-t ct Kansas ury. nas rs-tsnec
i change eSective to-day, on accosts of the
li- h-altb of tin -wile. Earl v i bnntli.
coatractimt agent ior the Frisco at TTnntns
City, wiu succec Air. Jtocerm.
The Karsas City Southern, tc coretlo
v-ith G T Soley & C-.. Limited. X-verpooI.
will lnanrttrate a line cf irehrht steamers
irnnlnr rmr rrf Fort Arthirr- Te-r ta F r--h I
e, rhfiMatut im-la R-li'.,, li " 1
w-m........ , 7---
To-aav C. E. Bnlltrck -will -resume th
position of ely ticket agent of the Houston
and Texas Central in Dallas', which .he Te-
"signed a month ago. The change t csn-ed
Delays sod Experiments On'y M
Arc toc cac of tae trnfiak -
inciice-actit ia life? Is vu-r -wc-xeaed BTfrtrrn crytag ont for lieljp?
Or have voa bcea -treated ia v-is by iae-riencsd p-ryirirni. F1C
TRXATMENrS. FREE-TE1AL SAMT-XS.PATEBiTMEDiaKF.S. fTTT
TK1C BELTS itud saxdlzr derices? Sach trttraiitsaa oad-win neves
car: ytra, nor wtTJ thes-; -caladie: care -hctasei hvrs; bat, on-be-i.iii-i-ijs,
ere coafant!v bexc ting aore E:e-srv-. -ad will ia -has -treak dc rta ,
the strongest" constitc-ioa End all tot -aole iutiiis -with tnis-rj, 4
sufierxar; and woe, I cannot see iow any too n could stand idly py "
-ad see his xctibtxd supping away -ttditis -te-lih aiecked byiliea-s -tiisicifius
diseases. Trb-a I ogar voa a car, aad eta "Ilaj; -o -xkk
Eiy-proiessiorii-frrptrtaaijaiaTr-ririgyti cad I iavs such faith isSl "5
confidence ia -nmntiaaed success rf u gating -these diseases tbotl
WILL HOT ACCEFT A DOLLAR XTJITL TOU AEX PEEMANrKTlT
CURED, end Etis5d of a. lasting care, w-tnt. irr -rasiness p-sW 3
tire ca"be oSered to the sick aad -fiectedx This Bboald mafiB-a 3
the skeptical, as I nia -wh-i I say aad I do ecly es I advertdja.
REM EMBER, this is not a nEE oSer. bat joa xty tae EEA50ffa
ABLE fee-wfce-n a curets accoE-rpUsbed. and NOT ADOl.l ABfxEED-8- j
PAID UNTIL CVKED. The knowledge that enables sxe. to extre a luge:
pr aextt of these diseases of men than any Dther specialist andto U-r tt -less
lime than but other specialist is based npaa a thoroegh a-j-;i:;n
-raining in the leading colleges, medical schools Endhospi-sls of "tl -
conntrv, combined vrah .many years of active practice sasd frl'j -siveiy
to one class of disease -ho-p-cali-r to
Iffy Methods Cure..
I Care Strictsre Wlifasol the Knife er Begi.
I Cure Contagic-s S!&od Pelsoa, Mbtet to Betars. . .
I Cure Loss of Kanly igr, So Siinsalasi, bai Permaiwsf. "
1 Cure VEn'sosele Wifhoc! Operation and is Loss ef HtM
IS,
in person or uy naa..
OF SUCCESS NERVOUS DEBILITT,
cc3-: ?cr3.-?3
ira raav mat arnreq toai u ronniraiuc-,rniia -inn
- and ion - of Ticat-ni Uanka sect l-ee in plain
SUNDAYS, 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
KiHG.
S. E. Cor. SIXTH AU DP1NE STS.
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shelves, re-raiar -pnre.
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passenger agent. Iron Lee win saceefi"ais.
Zfrouet as dry passenger esent.
TEACHERS U11L V IMX "FT. "LOT3S.
JJnrUnirton S&kes Low "Rates rrma
Al Hll BasdB lor Summer.
urT'--i3rir -V.fe,-?, - ,. -rvi
. a7 paaj- Mine May The HurlmEtCa
5?. . Louis during the iolldays.
The tickets are lor rrand tnp, and win he
placed 0 sale d-r-ig June.
Eecd The Hnhlics -Help "vVantee" eaJ
timrs everr" day Ton msy better -vocr -no-
sitlon. Four hundred and srneec; place, ad
Tarttsed to-day.
yerr Presloeirt lor Canton 6boo1"
zatt; iiiae bpecia l.
EunJ-a, tn May . Carl aoh-zm, A. "
Til D.. has accepted the can to the sl
oency of Christian C-llese of Cantn, Ma,
snd will gc there -ts tt sliuii. ttrw- Jm
lessor Jchmrm was -president of Eureka Col
lege lor ten years, hut. ior the -pa-t-Iaur
years Juts see: mye-i :rnrir-r ce tae -city.
school
Fuel to ffls JFlains,
ag - c - "wiio barer ""s -m trtaj; cast-
are ixrvrted to ccmsnlt meTBEK,.
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STRICTURE.
1T Etiger; from Sti-ctiiT ta -Cat-rntar wttb t : iLMUjing
amS CUtrsJnp grmptxirtm wbien a-CTrapeury Ibla flt-Kass. Jfir cne fnf
Bji-nr- ts K-fe. patnl-R and perntnt an t-ee-trotn urT in ray
Jorm. It act lmmilately anc. dTetlr upon in TlTtiTt. i--ttYtr
1. ccnrp.et.Ur and Lodcinir tU dUea eC tittnie. wbicn comes airar ta
F-7tpv rr "iireadiikc nt-rr. atwa.r nUTff ---Ii trrltion and tt-San-i-m--tior
J-i-rtoflr the cana. ectfclT i trcrm obat-Tictl-an. Tw Trie cryana
." mvlrat'd and a comptet renorattiB. to nnU fc-itb h? pf
-ffci-d. I rlt la.. pleafrcre eipan.iy -th-" many aa--anta-r -ST
cradrn. at-'n-ncre trsa tn-et has over tbe otd-tis-e inetbo-lt atlll exa-Jloy-al
tr ordinary doctor.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON. r
It -nay b wvlber- b-Trfltary' -or eot-tra.!---- One -tbe tymttm -In
tatnual -with tbli dl-wav tt may xnen-lTt -U-.? te tb Xrrm ol jiT-in-4v
Uiinjttt. ahi. BtiZ Jotnu. .S-rrptJons. OrpT Cotared Fpota on Tao
and -"i-c-iT Httie 1Ifcr-5 on lac or tensiie. Sorr- Threat. Fwt. ,en Tooutt-.
fhllmr Out tr the HiJr aiJ Eyebrow. te It c-dcaXH- ecn-fsmes Ttiw
vi a'tty and rdu-e t-e Ttetbar to a compl-te -wrecfe- By ray pt fur
m-thod cf ment ortnl di-ae I jTrcmptlr "h-ca tt pTtitTeaB-l
lemcrre aH outwa-d anlfeatVn, hi ery frtaK. I do not coiqp--T2
roie wifb tblw tfjee by - itci-wrk. tay l-?a---3r Tostlllr
co-H)1'--Mt -3dete'-fron- th ryuem tTT ve-tiff cT -pclcoa ajuS -pr-'
Tt-nta any pOwHUjllIty vi trtm-ml'tlnc tb tatnt to nti-et-u
UNNATURAL DISCH ARGET.Ta
and PROSTATIC TROUBLE.
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