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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 27, 1902.
E1IS SB HI IlSi 8! Ill) IIS. . FIRST I 3 X1 r h ; 1 1 1 4 A Pair of TroiE Free! W ip That's exactly what it means. We are offering our genuine FnirliOi Snrztl baiting, with in extra pair of trousers, to your order. ForS25.00. Keep In mind, this means exactly what it says, viz.: Our regular f!.W Serge Salting, with an extra pair of troueers. for $25.00. The extra trousers raav be of a check, stripe, worsted or tiarinel. a desired. Don't fail to tako advantage. 715-717 Olive Street. We are offering some Mr reductions in our great Clearance Sale. tM3!VaBBtgir"a-iJnflf'tfr"q:p;'"F R EXCURSION TO WASKiNGfON.IND. nnd intermediate stations, AND RETURN VIA B. & O. S-W. SUNDAY, AUGUST 3d. $1.50 and lcia tor round trip. Train Invei S:OS a. m. TICIvKT OI-TIfESsx fcj utzi J- uxie ana Liuon sianon. THE WEATHER. Official Forecast Announced for To-Day and To-Morrow. Washington. Julr K. Foreca-t for Sunday and Mondav Missouri and Kansas Fair Sunday and Mon day Illinois Fair Sunday and Monday: fresh vest to northwest wltua. Arkansas Showers Sunday; Monday fair and warmer Kasltm Tcias Fair in west, showers in east ponlcn Kundaj . Mi.nd.iy fair. frch southeast winds. Oklahoma. Indian Territory and Western Texas brum era Sunday. Monday, fair and warmer. Loe-ul Report. St. Louis. Mo.. July X. 1W2. . Cua.m- CjJp.m. Temperature. decree 75 jo jtelatlve humidity 75 X IJireclion of wind ....3 SW Velocity of -wind 7 "Weather at CS a. m.. clear: at C:59 p. m.. clear llaumum temperature, si; minimum. 75. River, n. leet- It. J. HYATT. Local Farecast ufticial. St. Louis. Mo.. July i. 19ui TCMI EllATritn. Normal temperatmc for tenty-nve years .... 7 Mean temperature tor to-day M II.ture for to-day j JMparture .since July 1 -a Ieparturt since January 1 , PltKOlflTATIUN. formal precipitation for to-day .... 12 Total precipitation for to-day . Departure tor to-da - .12 Departure since Julj 1 - 97 Departure since January 1 -2.37 Government Report. Department of Agriculture." Wealhir Bureau. Meteorological observations received t S: Louis July IS. IMC. at 6.31 p. m. local time and p. zn. seventy-nuh n.rru.an time, ubaerwtlcns zaads at the same momert of time at all station Stations. Uir Tp JIr.iLaln. earner. Abilene & 76 K Fair Amarillo St; 7 M Cloudy Atlanta. fcr: 74 S louay lllsmarck NW S s Clear JJuffalo .... N 7b si cloudy Charlotte .25 S2 : .... CKudy TCnattanooca. SB S SI tloi-dy Cincinnati S1V si s2 Clear Cleveland J5 2 ba .... Fair Chlcaeo NV 76 St Clouiy Columbus ....... 3 M .... Clear Cairo 3 s 31 Fair Calgary SK 74 7 Fair tChejenne S Ci 7 Cloudy Concordia K lb M Cloudy Duluth aw 76 M Fair Dubuque .NW M M Fair Davenport S TS K .... Fair Des Moines E 7S H lu.n Denver NV 72 71 'itouJy Dodge City SE M is Cluuay 351 Paso Nv 92 4 .... Clear Fort Smith B SI ts " Clear Galveston SK 76 si l.6 Cloudy Galveston Ml 70 2 i.cit. cloudy Grand Haven SW 72 fet . Cloudy tOrand Junction NV 74 "4 .11 Couly lluron S 76 W -clear Havre SB 4 X Itar Helena E to .- .... Clear Jndlanapolis S tt M Clear Jacksonville SE 76 62 .1 Cloudy tKansas city Nu 72 7i .11 Itain JJttle Rock NW 7 SI .01 Itain Iuisvllle E W Clear Hontomery ..... E fcw i Cloudy tMemphls W K k .01 Clear itarquelte E 73 71 .... Cloudy Jlodtna SW 7S s lear New Ycrt SB S 7 "iouuy Xorfolk SB 74 W .... Cleai New OrteanB XIV Si Cloudy Nashville XIV f4 4 .... i'.eir North I'latte E 7 7 .Ik Fair Omaha N M T6 .1 Rain Oklahoma SB S2 M f".ear 1'hlladtlphia i .Sn 'OS 74 Cloudy Fa'estin. SB 72 7S .2s C1 Uily Pittsburg SK S) .SS .... Cleir Parltersuun; S 2 !) Clear Pueblo J" 76 S-l .. . Tudy Q'ApptH-' XW 78 72.. .Hear KapM city SE 72 71 Fair St I'aut W 74 75 .. cloud Shreve.ort SE 7k M . C.-ar Sprlnci.ei.L III W SI W .... Fair St I.u SW s 92 . . C.ar Sprlcctie'd. JHo. S 7S k 12 I'n r Sell li W Srt cler tPacta re NW 7S 7? .02 clear Sen Antonio E fl is .. Cloudy tviekvburj; SW 7 SS .7S Itain "Valentine SE 71 SJ Fair "Wu-h.pr;ton SE 74 tZ ... Clear "Wich'ta SE W M l'alr Iiairfrtl! inappreciable. "5 rhundt rttornis. It J. HYATT. Ivea1 Forecast Ollidal. Rnldinsr Territory .Intnt-. m:pri!Lic si'eciai. VinlUt, I. T July re United States Mar shal Bennet of the "Western District of the Indian Territory is making a raid on all g.imlnbn' places,, arrestluc the samblers and I urnlnc their devicesL lie is ciosins hoo ale and Simco's mead joints and ar resting their op . .k iu.oe he made a great raid and eptnred a largo force nf gamblers, and jn bcinc :n need of assistance had Tains B.xiv. Jv- inK chair man of the Da"es CommlBSlon. Fworn in to assist him in his raids, llr. ijixnv ltd the Marsha! van In the r-i'd on ainliiers, joint iecpers and booze peddier" Killed liy I'nllincr Conl. CoIlins-ille. III.. July 3K.-IM Ins. a miner, was killed by falling coal at the con solidated mine this morning. lie leaven a wife and children. JUST THINK. Yon Can Think "When the Food Makes Your Urn in Work. The mind does not work properly unless the right kind of food is furnished. A younir man studying telegraphy said that h progress was very slow. It seemed Impossi ble for him to pick up the art and under stand It. He suffered continually -with stomnch trouble and could not digest his food prop erly, and he finally cot so he could do hut little work and -was tempted to give up his studies altogether. About that time some one told him about the brain food Grape-Xuts. and he went In for It. In a short time a very remarkable change took place. His stomach recovered and he became free from headaches. Ilia hand was no longer nervous and trembling when he used the key. and the whole mys tery of tekgraphy untangled itself, for, as he says, "I had the mental power to mister it. and the understanding came easy when the mind was In poise and strong." He Is now holding a responslole position as an operator This is but one of tne many illustrations of the advantage of usins food purposely manufactured for rebuilding the hr."ken Jown gray matter in the brain and nerve centers throughout the body. The facts are there and can be proven to anyone making the trlaL Don't overlook the recipe book In each malnnro-rtf 4T2- s lTtTO S. JMl-flfaC W. XJt . fl jj 'hi Y - - - fir J " - i-x . - ..y w ssig-A-a i .m. m. .- .mjxsKcKmiiKsxxxmmmnBxKixx-M-i vmm-mBm if! T7 : rrrrr ( Itetreat of the defensive forces uiuler heavy lire of the attaekinK party, :hovin;; the victorious coaiuiaiid approach ing in the distance. From the time the soldiers commcncfc1 to assemble until the last shot the specta- rs were kept at a high point by the cvo'.utlo-i of the various companies in the sham vat tle by the First Regiment at the Fair Grounds yesterday afternoon. Over 10.ti0 people passed through tho gates. The ladles were out In forc anil a sea of fans and handkerchiefs were waved at the soldiers as they assembled for the Impending conflict. The reorganized Emerald Zouaves and the cavalry elicited much applau-'o by th in cision of their movements. So accurately did the Zouaves perform that the ml!ltian'n and the critical cavalrymen from Jefferson Barracks applauded their performance. Even the Red Cross Hospital had th. ap pearance of war about it- Strewn on the floor "were surgical Instruments. litters red other paraphernalia that go to relieve some of the dread of real war. The hospital va3 under the care of Doctor Herbert Morris. assisted by militiamen. Dattcry A on Exhibition. Battery A save an exhibition gun firill. showing- that the artillery branch of 'he militia had received careful training. The movements "were quick and precise. 2nd the battery showed not the slightest confusion In performing tne difficult evolutions of th drill. The entire First Regiment, under com mand of Colonel Clarence A. Sinclair, par ticipated In the mimic battle. Captain NEW MINISTER FROM COMING SIR LIANG CUES. THE REPL'BUC SIECIAU Washington. July 25. Sir Liang Chen, the successor to Wu Ting-fang as Chlnce Min ister to the United 'States. Is expec.ed to arrive in this country with the party of Prince Chun. China's representative for the coronation of King Edward VII. Sir Chen is a finely educat-d man. He be longs to one of the oldest families in China. His wife died about a year ago. and it is believed he will not bring his children here for the present. Sir Liang Chen until recently was the tutor of the son of Prince Chin?, the Prim.; Minister Of China. Mr. Chen is 39 ears of age. He w.i ore of the large number cf young Cliaiamen TELEGRAPH NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. PARIS Professor Alcee Forntlcr.rrofcssor of romance of languages at Tulane Un: veristy. New Orleans, La., since 1SS0. has been decorated with the Cross of the Le gion of Honor. LONDON John Lockie. who was a Con servative candidate to represent Devcnport In the House of Commons and who origi nated the idea or the South Africa Trade Commission. Is endeavoring to organize a similar commission to visit the United States. PHILADELPHLV It is announced that the third annual encampment of the Spanish-American War Veterans will be held In Indianapolis on September 22. 23 and 21. President Roosevelt has written that he expects to attend the encampment on Sep tember 23. BOLLINGER COXVEXTIOX. Republicans Xomlnntc Ticket at liar i ble IIII1, Mo. REPUBLIC SPECLVL. Marble Hill. Mo., July 26. The Republic ans of Bollinger met In convention at Marble Hill to-day and nominated the fol lowing ticket: Representative. J. D. Caldwell; Clerk of Circuit Court. Henry ML Smith; Collector, I l filllif jtiJSk lv" ' ':'$- tv. "V 5T!&s44 rle?? -'vv Bvans V. S. A commanded the two troops f ravalrv from the barracks. The evolu- i tions of the cavalry were applauded again I ami again by the large crowd present, and their exhibition drill was one of the fea tures of the preliminaries to the sham bat tle. Ater wheeling and circling about the field for a few minutes, the horsemen com menced to Jump ditches and. barring two minor fails, their movements were ierfect. After the cavalry troops had drilled in company a detachment of crack riders un saddled their horses and commenced .1 se ries of bareback riding that Included re markable feats of horsemanship. Demounting from their horses they would start them at full gallop and re mount without the slightest difficulty. When the horsemen stood on their horses and waved their sabers the large crowd cheered enthusiastically. After the cavalry drill was the bbr sham battle. The defense, consisting of Com !anks D. 11. A. II and I. took up a position nMr th (Smlpr nf th YImTjI will ., tmfin nf I cavalry from the bairacks. The defending I forces wore the regulation blue uniform, j The attacking party. In new khaki cloth. was easily distinguishable from the blue- coated defenders of the point of siege. Companies? E. F. C and G were assigned to the task of storming the fortlllcatlnns. Adding realism to the spectacle. Itattery A had four big guns on the field, under command of Lieutenant Eugene Sangulnct. Colonel Mnrlnlr Led Attnrk. After the soldiers had taken up their posi tions the signal for the attack was given by I Colonel Sinclair. The opening volley was CHINA WITH PRINCE CHUN. NEW CHINESE MINISTER. who were sent to the Vniteu States In and affr 1ST2 to study American methods and laws. He first studied at Phillips Ar.dr.'er Academy. Massachusetts, and subsequently entered Amherst Collcse. He and others were recalled to China. It was raid at the tim- that the boys were getting too Americanized. He was fond cf baseball and rowing, and these, with many other American accomplishments, he took back with him to Pekin. , Sir Chen's appointment is due. it Is said, to his knowledge of the United Stat's nnd his education on the lines which have tnnda Wu Ting Fang such n valuable renreseata- tive of CUna In the United States. He is ' fond of socletv. and it is exp'o-cd will do a great deal of entertaining In Washington. W L. Diekcy; Clerk nf the County Court Luther Grimsley: Sheriff. A. C King; Irosecutlng Attornev. George E. Conrad; Treasurer. J. C. Allen: Probate Judge. John Sample: Presiding Judjre of the County Court, Baxter Jnmes; Judge. First District. T. W . Cooper: Judge. Second District, Wil liam Denton; Coroner. Doctor J. U. Smith. "WRIGHT COU.VTV REPCBLICAXS. Allen Itoltlnrtt Selects Dclesratrn to Senatorial Convention. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Hartville. Mo.. July 25. Wright County Republicans met here to-day to elect seven delegates to the Senatorial Convention or the Twenty-second District at Cabool. Mo.. August 6. The convention permitted Alien Roblcett of Wright County to name this county's delegation. The other candidates for Sna nL are John loung of Texas County and John Black of Howell Comty. Young has Texas and Shannon counties and Black has Howell and Oregon counties. Killed In Rnllnay .Wident. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. s,Ifi2e1K;,Ju'f'i6--Elbe" Dowell. aged 3y 5id!nm "L Colorado Springs to-day. The body will be brousht home for burial. He. leaves a widow, neo Pearl Cooper, and a joudk son. " .uvh. ' ( I I fired by a skirmishing party of the boys In khaki on the picket line of the defense. Following up the brief advantage, the at tacking party massed a combined attack on the entire front of the defense. The defense made a brave resistance, but not 1-eing backed up with suliicient reserve force the left flank of their column wa vered and the first trench was taken by the right flank of the attacking party. ( To add consternation to the ranks of the flying right wing of the defending column. Battery A ojiened a fusillade of imaginary shell that scattered the fleeing host to the four winds. At this Juncture of the fray things took a turn and the retreat was cov ered by the cavalry on the defensive side, protected by the big guns that kept the uttacking party at bay. With renewed vigor the attacking party pushed the nght Into the very trenches, and the cavalry was ordered forward for an attack. After their drill of a few moments be fore, the new demands upon the energies of the battle steeils ccvered and flecked them with foam. and. with the sltoutlng of their riders, the booming of the big guns and the wild retreat of the defense, the specta cle took on the appearance of real war and the cheering frem the grand stand udd ed enthusiasm to the scene of mimic car nage that was taking place In the field. Rallying Ids troops near the flag. Captain Horace Rumsey made ready for a desperate last stand, but all the ingenious efforts of the officers of the boys in blue could not save the ilay. and the mimic battle was ended with the complete rout of the de fending party amid the cheers of lO.OW persons. SALOONS WAGE WAR FOR CHEAPER BEER Itemornl of War Tax Gives Brew ers Additional Profit of L Per Barrel. Faloonkepers of ST. . Louis are striving with local brewers to secure n reduction In the price of beer. Tho fight which started early this month was precipitated by tho abolition of the war tax of Jl a barrel on beer. The saloon men hold that when the tax was first assessed beer wa3 advanced from K to P per barrel, and they were obliged to pay the tax. while the brewer 1 suffered mi loss whatever. So far. it Is said, tho saloonkeepers have gained nothing, in spite of the fact that the International Saloonkeepers Associa tion and the Saloonkeepers' Protective As sociation have taken up the fight. The brewerj refuse to make any reduction in the price of beer per barrel on the pita that the drought of last year has increased the price of manufacturing beer to such en extent that It Is impossible to Sill beer with profit at less than 7 rer barrel. In speaking of the situation last night, a Sixth street saloonkeeper said ItiHt It had been determined among a large number of downtown saloons to light for the proposed reduction to the bitter end. He said that many saloons throughout the city were practically owned by the breweries which furnish them beer, and that these are obliged to accept their beer at prlcis dlc- ' tuted by the brewers. "The Independent saloonkeepers," he said, "are determined to effect a reduction In the price of beer, or patronize the breweries which have lowered prices. These are the Schorr Brewing Company, the Union Brew ing Company. Consumers Brewing Com pany. Cast Brewing Companv and the Em pire Brewing Company. During the term In vvhlth the II tax was raid there were no failures by breweries and to all appearances the big planus made large profits. We think I it only fair now that the tax has been re moved, thst we. who bore it, should derive some Deneni. Pensions for Soallirvesterners. JIEII'UUC SPECIAL Washington. July 2C Pensions have bc'n awardel Southwestemers. as follows: MlfKurl-John L Ilrarelton. St- Jovenh. S: l'tter Invpn. Moantaln Ornve. : Wm. l"attr on. (ImfTV IS. Invld M Buchanan. Hlden. JS; Frederick Srhef-Hee ;! I-V.lral .iM - Untie. St Jamem 112. Alex EIIIon Boonvllle. Slo. twv'ii Prunksrd St lyxilr. Jl; FnnV Zlr ler. t lyul- w Amanda K.-innt2r. Crocker, js Arksn-a-- Wesley Collier. Levy. M; Oenrce "". t.reenhrw. Xe-ly. M. Henry Voilx- Morton. JM; ltorrt M Turk Api.lclon. J Al-wm E. Chad Jck ten'rr. Ji. Charles SHn'"er rnrt Smith. Jl Wm Burnet. Ci.m.s. j:2. Gw.rxe w White 1.11 JI2 John Williams. Bonanza. SIS- Mary Wlllano Utile Bock, re Illlnol-- Jnhn C Cox Mount Olive. J12: rhllin c!we'. r. lllvflle. Stl; John CimnVIL Aurora IJ JoVn M Mor-e. Hevwerth. J12: John Rove! riusil'r. IK). Cliarle Bain. Wrst Ubtrtv. It: "Wm H H Carr. Wavertv. JI2- Albert Smith. Manuor H2 Jam-3 w. Sampson Bachtoirn. Jt: Ste-rt P IHwere. 171 Pao. M. Rcbrt A. Low er Yte Cltv J.S Harrison Thompson. E'niond. :!: Cahrlel Jlnes. dfad. Dshlrren. J; Thornis J. Shrrd Mount Pleasant. J17: James v l stnaham I IIBrr- fj Charles v Felter. Sol diers' Home. Hanvllle. -ifl. Jehn II. Tcnel. IV-ter-hara- - John A Eveland. Greenup J2I; EJrar Wetherell. Peoria. J12 Itary Jlnes. Dahl- ere" Its lenl. NMR!Mn IIarvT"l. 1 Indiana Georye M Bl'linca. Mjrinn. SI mon i "-Vhwartr. Vatlrnal Home. Grart. J: Fnnk M Gtyathouse. Mount Ve-non. S10 Alva Snyder. Danvll.e. js John S O' Brady. We-trork. tl: Oliver I. Evans. Busstavllle M: Jerome Bur bank. Mlchlran Cltv. it;. James II Thomas I-awrence. j2. Van Buren IVree. reru. Ho; John W. tuck. IJn'on. - John Klles. Marv. Arpv J. Bell. Oakland ctv. H2: Ixulsa Burre! Tark. 11"; Nanev A Tldman WasMnrtnn. I12: Marcaret M. Hnldren Anrort. JIS; minor of rx . "cCnnly. Cheraru-en. no. Mariraret Ul" 1110(111. IS Indian Trrltorr Edward I'lake. rravenc". 112 Alex. Murdoch. DatiRherty. rt7. ' Knse-rs,s,i p Wnr.. winf.M a- b mten ttewser Coeeordla. 12 Dieiei Ttn.e Jr HavrvUle lit Rurnph H McndrM'e vneh'ts" 1": Jnhn Blllma National Heme. iavenisrrth f TSlllll.. T " .m. . . . Moore. SteeVten, 112 Jupa A L. Atlanta I'J; I l,v.'" -ir-rTT. x--on"i "-ere. iavenwerth. Wm. Krerrer Vatloesl Hc-ne. L-v-rnworth. IK). Rlrhanl Jonlan defcd Ma-v 117- Thomas J. Hare Kanns cltv. Il: Matilda" aT Guertn. Onajra. I1J: Mary A. Danl-ls. Norten. M: Mirths Cf " SIrCu"'. : Syrer.la E. Iona-. Lake Oklahoma Levi O Gray. Garber tr7: James M Carter. Polo. HO. Kneh C""ett B-Hrnnrt. I': mieoe, of Henry v Reynolds. Weath-rford. vt. Texas Jfeph Hlnoless, dead. Sn Tero 112 Alphees Frtman. WeatherTord. HI; Befuzla o! De Hlrwlosa. Randlfjto. IS; So-sn C Dowdy. In gram, !. suw Republican Primnry AurdiI 1). REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Waterloo. I1L. Julv- 25. The Republican Central Committee of Monroe County met here to-day and set August 3 as the date for holding the county convention, to be held at Mavstown. I1L. to nominate candi dates for their ticket- Monroe Primary Ausruit ao. REPCBUC SPECTAL Waterloo, 111.. July K. The DemocraUc Central Committee of Monroe County met here to-day and set August 39 as the day for holding the county primaries, to nomi nate candidates for the various county of fices. Wilder' Brlirade Rennlon. REPUBUC SPECIAL. Greenun. Ill- Julv "fi. At a meetirur of the WIIders Brigade Reunion Association, held i her to-day. It was decided to hold the re ' union at this nlace SeDtember 24 to !7 . General Wilder and other prominent army 1 men will be present. July 31 dd1v at Onro nml trot .n t linrniirrrt frtnl IrKnlmont nl.cMiiAl.. feno Tint nnt rent tn TVV until YOU are positivi j this new method of treatment will cure you. Mr. B. H. Hellman, 431'. John avenue, St. Louis, Fir nrntiitnti t... .rM.Mr...4l.. ... . r a. ,- i ie A... T n.M frn.. .if 11 cvmnlnniQ. , . .. -u.Uitiu,vii una iituiwutiiin cuicu nil.- ui cutarru antl H.;ilIICs; iiuw x muui I Cladlv recommend hit trpnttnent. T.-it- liic froo trl et.l l. ,.;n,-o, for vnnr;elf ' Mr. Louis Nie5en. 202 Dixon street, saj-s: "I would advise all to accept this special offer." AFTER THE FREE TRIAL THE ONLY CHARGE IN ANY CASE WILL BE THE ACTUAL COST OF THE MEDICINES USED. NO CASE WILL EXCEED 55.00 PER MONTH. Dr. Branaman. St. Louis' celebrated specialist, offers a rare opportunity to every one for a thorough trial of the treatment that positively cures. A KEW AMD STARTL8IMG DSSCOVERY. The application of Electricity to all nerm diseases is a new and successful method of treatment a wonderful discovery a success far beyond the most sanguine hopes of its discoverer. Dr. Branaman is positive that there are but few, if any, cases of Asthma, Catarrh, Deafness, Stomach, Lung, t-ivcr, iMuncy wisease or nneumatism that will not yield readily to this new m ment. The application of Karadic Electricity to the diseased parts is a positive cure. Hi Louis people recommend it. saying: "My Catarrh is permanently cured." "The noises in stopped." "I can now hear, which I have not done for years." "My Rheumatism has lef iivcr, rxiuncy disease or 1 he application of 1-aradic not have to sit up and gasp for breath." "Electricity cured me. MmMRrW''' I Dr Branaman's new pnets. for the cure of deafness -y Electro Medicated Vapor The greatest com bination of the age for the speedy cure of chronic dl-eases Home Treatment a.s Eifective as Office Office Hours 9 A. M. to mmm medical 8s.st.tuti LIEUTENANT 0. P. HAZZARD ARRIVES PROM PHILIPPINES. He Helped to Capture Aguinaldo Now Rewarded by His Country With Rank iu Army Similar 10 That He Held in the Volunteers. SAYS AGUINALDO WAS THE MARIONETTE OF NATIVE POLITICIANS LIKfTKNANT OLIVER mrprniJc special San Francisco. July rs. "Perhaps It was unfortunate that I had anything to do with the Aguinaldo expedition." the young war rior answered when asktd for bis version of an adventure that has excited more contro versy than any other exploit of American arms since the battle of Shll-.h. "I would rather not talk about It." he added, setting his li?s firra'y. as If determln -d that n's courteous refusal should be respected with out furt-ier parley. Then. In a more amia ble tone, the officer said: "The ntory has been told and retold. It has been rehearsed accurately In all Its details In the newspa pers, and It would be a waste of time to tell It again. I was not the hero of that enterprise I am not a hero In any degree, and I wish for no notoriety In that direc tion. I received no reward for my ser vice on that occasion, but I am not com plaining on that account- Neither do I be grudge he favor that has been bestowed on others who were with me in that affair. I am free to say that I rejoice In the good fortune that attended the others, or some of them. One of these was my own broth er. I passed my examination on the recom mendation of my Colonel, under Frivilcge of the act of Congress, and I am satlstled. I hae tried to do my duty, and I'll take my chances on all the clory that may attach to that performance." Asulnaldo a Dreamer. Lieutenant Hazzard had Just landed at the Presidio from the transport Shendan. and he was somewhat distracted from the trend of his conversation by an effort to ascertain where his Quarters had been ' cated. He came in command of Ttoop II of the Third Cavalry, and when he nad garrisoned his men he offered Mmself for further questioning concerning his experi ences and observations In the country he had helped to conquer. "Asulnaldo is, In my opinion, a dreamer," the Last Day for Free Trial- rtneumatism that will not yield Electricitv to tht ili;p.-iil mrt i An Old Resident of St. Louis Cured of Deafness. Mr. John Rasmus of 2KB Mt-Xalr avenu says: "Although I am nearly TO years old. I was cured of Catarrh and Deafne by Dr. Branaman'." new Electro-Medicated treatment. When I began treatment my head was stopped up with catarrh. I could not hear and the ringing noises In my ears almost drove me frantic. After two months' treatment my eatarrh is all gone, my head Is clear of noises and I hear as well as l ever did in my life. 1 would advise all to go and lie examined and get a free trial treatment. If your case is Incurable. Dr. Branaman will tell you so free of charge. Not one cnt to pay unUl you arc sure the treatment will cure ou." Deafness and Catarrh Cured. Mr. W. If. Hol.hn. Amnrita. O. T. ays: "My son. Charles. Ma been gradually grow ing deaf for four years. I became very much alarmed for fear the 1kj would entirely lose his hearing and tried a good muny different remedies for catarrh. s this was the cause cf deafness, but none of them seemed to do him any goixL Ho contracted fresh cold with every change of weather, bis hearing became duller all of the time. If I had been a rich man I would have gono to doctors anil specialists Instead of trying pttent medicines, but this I rnuM not afford to do. though several examined him and said his case was very bad awl would require at least a year's treatment. Two of thes specialists said they could cure catarrh, but that hl deafness was Incurable. I concluded to try course of home treatment of Dr Branaman. as it smfJ to me to be the only reliable treatment within my means. I jm s(. with the result thnt In two months the catarrh was entlrelly cured and his hearing perfect. I consider Dr. Branaman's treatment for catarrh and deaf cess a grand success." Treatment. Write lor Home Treatment Symptom Blanks and Book of Testimonials. 6 P. M. Wednesday and Saturday 7 to 8 I. M. Sunday 10 to 12. P. M. HA'.ZARD. he explained. "He is remarkably self-contained pnd carries himself with n dlgrl'y that might b ahsurd If we looked at him from our point cf view, but which Is In per fect keening with his character and pur pose. Aguinaldo was the willing marion ette nf the natlv-e nolitlctans. who made an I Inscrutable mystery of him In the presence or n:s countrvmen. ine politicians wrt themselves discredited in the eyes of .h's people ard knew that they could not them selves exercise the slightest Influence upon the Fillrinos. They used Aguinaldo as a ' stalking horse to further their own am bitions. nst ps our own politicians some ' times make use of some dark horse of potl ; tics to accomplish purposes that they couIJ never itvitiiii winu In the opinion of Lieutenant Hazzard. earnestness Is the foundation of Agulnal do's character. He was earnest In his de sign of establishing an Independent govern ment In the Philippines as earnest is tny agitator who drenms of Utopian irapissl bllltles and Platonic republics. A Dictator's Ambition. "After the capture I became very Inti mate with Aguinaldo." the officer contin ued. "I easily fathomed the depths of his egotism, and found blm far from reticent In his voluntary revelations of his inner consciousness. He Is no longer a dangerous factor In the affairs of the Philippines. We can turn him loose without the slightest fear of rontequcn:es Inimical to our Inter ests. His day is done in the Philippines, and his amblUon is no longer to reign as a dictator." "Is he rlchT' "He Is very poor." "Then all the stories concerning his greed and self-ascrandizement during his career as a liberator" are false?" "I do net believe that Aguinaldo has profited financially by his efforts to estab lish an independejt government in the Islands." "And his ambition has be no hope for the future?" "Oh yes. Aguinaldo has an ambition. He told me that it was his Intention to engage In business as soon as he should be lib erated I asked him what business he In tended to embark In. and be replied that he thought the tobacco trade offered the .C Ul till JJ inffcw.,.. readily to this new metnoa or treat- .- nitivr rnre. Hundreds of St. mv head have left me." I do i 202 Odd Follows' Bids., NINTH AND OLIVE ST., '9 ST. LOUIS, MO. best opportunity for limited capital and small experience " Freedom does not shriek very loudly as this Kcscluko falls! "I think Aguinaldo has a saving sense of humor." the Lieutenant went on. "I re member tint I was called unon' to act as In terpreter between a committee of Con gress nnd the Illustrious Filipino. Thero was really no necessity for an interpreter, but the committee didn't stop to think that this man could speak and understand English as welt as the rest of us. Aguinal do didn't Inform his inquisitors to the con trary, so the committee asked me to Inter pret some questions which I presumed to translate in Spanish, as they should have been aked. and which Aguinaldo answered gravely enough with an occasional side wink for my edification. The answers wer probably satisfactory to the members of the committee, so no harm was done and Congress has been enlightened through tha efforts of a humble soldier who asks no reward nor ever expects to receive one." Where the Dancer Lien. IJeutenant Hazzard says that the only element of danger to American Interests In th Philippines lies in the actions of the Americans themselves. If we govern this people wisely and In accordance with the promises that we have made we shall find the Filipino docllo and tractable enough. But if w practice dishonesty or resort to any of the tyrannies that disgraced the old Spanish regime there will be trouble, and we may regret that we ever assumed a burden as useless ns is this protectorate of a country so foreign and so difficult to render amenable to our ways of thlnklcc and acting. The officer !s especially apprehensive of the result of a fuller knowledge of the ef- Ii.iT r "eaties witn tne .Moroe. W hen our people learn that we have ap proved of polygamy and slavery In Min danao they will protest so loudlv that our policy will have to be changed.'' was the Lieutenant s reflection after explaining tha conditions existing under the suzerainty of the Sultan of Jolo. "The Moros are a fierce and Intractable race a race of religious fanatics, and they will resist to the death any attempt on our part to compel aequtes- rm'V" l'r ,de?.. of socla quality or political freedom. We shall some day bo tSISM. 11? Hbd.aT th.t 3.Ioro- " the army that is enlisted for thnt purpose will find It self In greater peril than that which fronted pin " campaign against the F1U- If you want to buy or sell household goods fad..,,ver in?., Khty-nve printed In the Household Goods" column of to-day's Republic. KINDLY ACT REPAID IN WILL. Hotelkeeper Befriends Strangec and Js Bequeathed $u,000. Butte. Mont.. July Is. W. J. Evans con sulting engineer of the Bis Washoe smelt ers of the Amalgamated Copper Company at Anaconda and one of the best-known engineers of the Northwest, was shot twice) and fatally wounded n that city by John McGeary. a laborer wl o Is believed to bo a crank. McGreary had a patent which ha wished Mr. Evans to adopt at tne works, nnd upon being referred to another party opened fire upon the engineer as he turned to leave. The first shot struck Evans in the back, bringing him to the ground. Standlntr ever his prostrate body, McGreary again shot him. w Before seeking a new boarding-house read over the 601 "Room for Rent" ads printed In to-day's Republic. Results at Butte. Mont. mitt. Mnt.. July 3!. Itesults: Pint rare, selling, six furlongs Almoner -won-f5-li Ale. second: joe K.. intra. Time. 1U3. second race, mllo ana forty yards Eleven Bells wen: Itlllr. Moore. seconJ. Frank Pearc. third Time. 1:144. Third rare, selling, sli furlonxs Kohnwreath won; Uecapo. second. Algaretta, third. Time. I:l4ty. Fourth race owners' handicap, one mile Wolf hunt won: Vtrcle d'Or. second; Straggler, third. Tlxe. 1:W. Mfth race, handicap. ,lx and one-half rurlosn -Mc.Niman wen. Ir Leo. second; Captivate, third. Time. iSi. Math race, handicap, four furlongs Aurora. B won. Abba L, second. illJlove. third. Time. :4. Seventh race, hurdle nandlcau. mile and on furlcnK Duke of York II won; Phil Archibald, second; ltsnlands. third. Time. 26. Before seeking a new boarding-house read over the fiOl "Room for Rent" ads printed In to-day's Republic. Trees and Lightning. During this season in which thunder storms are common it Is Interesting to !cam what trees should be avoided in ptrtlrulnr when the air Is charged with electricity. An ancient Sw'sn p.'overb advises people to avoid the oak tree, to fly from the fit and tn seek the btech tree, which Is safe. A lit tle time ago a special Inq-Jtry was mp.de in Canton I-uceme to And If there was any truth In the proverb. Statistics shwed that out of eighty trees struck by lightning in a forest district nfty-slx were oaks, tweny four firs and larches; but. though tl-ere were seventeen beeches, not a single oae suffered. London Chronicle. Prostrated While Bathing;. 'Asburv Park. N. j.. July K.-R. S. Welsh of Denver. Colo., who is stopping here for the summer, was prostrated on the beach while bathing. His Illness Is attributed to the change of climate from the high alti tude of Denver to the low coast district of this vicinity. Difficult Digestion That Is dyspepsia. It makes lire miserable. Its sufferers eat not because they ttanf fa, -but simply because they uuf. They know they are Irritable and fretful : but they cannot be otherwlse. Thcy complain of a bad taste In the mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the stom- ach. an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness, headache, heartburn and what not, Tho effectual remedy, proved by perms, nent cures of thousands 0f revere cases. Is Hood's Sarsaparilla Hoods pii.t. ... ,xT f-n eitninrt, :i v 0 ft i 1 -".L-V- -3a i