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-- -KptJ,;;- r, -,. n - vs.- yv;j.fl -., '-,r !,r-J5P5! THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1902. h I Baptist A"ociaesa wis held last night at the I 1 Venice M. E. Church. " , f DEATH OF MRS. SI. A. LOWE. it mm t3 ffirfa OT'. El li H BTT J WABASH LIN Has inaugurated through daily train service between St. Louis and Minneapolis and St Paul, in connection with the Iowa Central Il'y and the. Minneapolis Si. Louis P.. R. Trains run through, solid without change, consisting of Pullman Buifet Palace Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining Chair and Combination Cars. LEAVE ST. LOUIS 2.10 P. M. DAILY. TICKET OFFICE: N. E. COR. EIGHTH AND OLIVE STS. z EAST SIDE NEWS. TWO MEM SERIOUSLY HURT IN THREE-CORNERED FIGHT. rorcmnn nt Pamp AVorUx l"r a Knife Upon Dentin Ilrothcr, Molders. "W. IL Taphorn. assistant foreman at the Pump and Skcln Works. Belleville, and George and Fred Dewcin, moldcrs. fought In the molding-room of the foundry yester day afternoon. Taphorn and George Devieln were seriously injured, while Fred Deweln Is but slightly hurt. A refusal of the Dewcin brothers to take orders from Taphorn. as a result of which he told them to go to the office and set their -wages, is said to have caused the fight. Taphorn was thrown on the floor and nas being hammered and kicked, when Ira draw a knife and began slashing at his adversa ries. When the trio separated of their own accord it was ncccsary to carry both Tap horn and George Deweln to their homes. Doctor Wash West. Jr.. attended Taphorn and said that his injuries are cry serious. He has live scalp wounds and is Injured in ternally. George Dewein's face wa laid open from the forehead to his neck on the left side. He was cut la other places. Xo ar rests have been made. BCSKESS BOOM FOIt HELLnVILLE Tito Nevr Industries to Be Opened Be fore January 1. The stove and range works, now located In Bast St. Louis, will be removed to Bellc- . vllle. and the old distillery which has been ft closed for a year, will be reopened by out- side capital. The stockholders of the stoc and range vorks are Belleville citizens. The plant has V-en located at Cghtcenth street and the Strothern Railroad tracks in East St. I.ouls. It will be rcmo'ed to a point on the Louis ville and Nashville Jlailroad tracks near the station, where a tract of four acres has been purchased. It is expected that the plant will be in operation by January i. Jt was announced in Bellevlllo yesterday by the representative of the Belleville Dis tillery Company that Kentucky capitalists had closed a deal whereby they were to take charge of the Belleville distillery. The distillery was closed about a year ago be cause the owners could not compete with the Peoria distillers. The distiller" gives employment to a large force or men, and besides f mulshing; a market fer'grnin, fur nished" food stuffs-ln the -Shape of distillery slops for cattle fattening. PAID FIXE "WITH "WIFITS 3I0XET. Loafs Grrlier AVn Ttcluctant In Com piling: IVIth Conrt'x Order. Lculs Gerber was remanded to jail ycter terday morning by Police Magistrate Car son because he refused to pay a $19 tine, after his wife had given him the money. Gerber was arrested on complaint of his wife, who charged that he- had disturbed herjpeace the night previous. His wife CIk him the money fo pay the fine. irber told Justice Carson he had no ey and asked to bo civen time In which pay the judgment. .Maeistrale Carbon anded a mittimus to a constable and uer er was taken to tail. Up rplentpii aftV bclng placed in jail and was allowed to pay las line. COUNTERFEIT DOLLARS PASSED. Many Spnrlonx Cains Discovered by Merchant In HcWewlIe. Belleville police have been nctlHed by sev eral of the merchants that counterfeit sil ver dollars have been worked oil on the stores In the city. The was noticed Mon day afternoon by one of the prominent re tailers. Yesterday morning he received - a few more, and canvassing the stores, he dis covered that a large number of the ppurious coins had been passed. None of the mer chants remember anyone trading with them on whim suspicion could be placed. Circuit Conrt Petit Jurom. Petit Jurors drawn to serve in the Cir cuit Court for the tuo weeks commencing November 24. are: Shlloh Valley. Itichard Schaeffer; Caseyville. Philip Schoettfr: Smlthton. Joseph Hoelseher; St Clair. Jo seph Neuccr: Lebanon, Wm. F. NIes; East St. Louis. B. F. Lake: Slascoutah. J'Ted Graul and John Reuth; Freeburg, Hubert Dressier; Belleville. Jacob Staehle; Smith ton. Adam Gennaan and Will'am Moeser; O'Fallon, Gustav Pchilllna:. Julius Lurtz, Fritz and Frank Evar.s. Jr.: Caseyville. John Thomas; Centrevllle Station. Pat Cance; FayettevIIIe. Henry Ifar: Sugar Loaf, John A. Summers and Jacob Wey- JJaite often results in bad health, because what is termed "good living" is usually the gratification of the palate without reference to the nutrition of the body. When the good liver is a business man ana rises trom a full meal to plunge t ""?' at once into -work S WT requiring mental V m at effort the result is a K SnS almost sure to be ' sIH WW disastrous, because digestion draws upon the same nervous forces which are em ployed in thought. In time the stom ach becomes dis eased, the pro cesses of digestion and nutrition are imperfectly per formed and there is a physical breakdown. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other s of digestion and nutrition. It .tes tne enete poisonous matter vhich originates in the svstem as a con sequence of imperfect digestion. It gives sound health, to the whole body. I wish to sav to the irortd that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ha proved a great blessing to me." writes Mrs. Ellen S. Bacon, of Shntesbnry, Franklin Co Mass. "Prior to September, 1S97, 1 had doctored for my stomach trouble for sereral years, jroiag thronsn a course of treatment without any real benefit. In September, 1S9&, 1 had very sict spells and grew -worse; could eat but hule. I commenced in September. 1S77, to take Dr. Pierce's medicine.' and in a short time 1 could eat and work. I havexal,c twenty pounds in tve month. Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Tliral Adviser is seat free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of milling enfy. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, tor 31 stamps for the cloth bound -volume. Address Dr. S.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. , &F iii5V F i gandt: rTceburg, Charles Frank and Louis Hermann: Stootcy, Chnst Eoersohl. Jr., George Heller. Jr.. John Klaus. William Werner and Xarcis Lecompte, Snllch Val ley. Jacob Voelkel and Frank Kreutzer. Murrlnfcc License. ' Marriage licenses issued in Belleville vrs- i terday wero to: Wash Thomas. Covington. and Mrs. K. wctzei. jeuersonviue, jn.: au chael Hosslll and Mrs. Mary J. Warner. Bt. Louis: Fred. Faller and Amanda B. Halsler, Belleville. Jlclleilllo Sem Xotes. T T. I.e-tibcrr- im emDlo5e of the HUnois ' Central ItallroaJ. aa Injured uhle attempting i to make a coupling jesterday. ills foot v.ns crushed. I -Vr. and Mrs. Ieu!s na'jmeiste- have re- l turned to ihelr home In East bt. Louis, alter a 1 pleasant isit with Mrs. liaumeislers parents. I Doctor and Mrs. Alex. Woods, of the Couaty Mrs. Letrlcff will entertain the Visionary Society of the lion Lutheran Church tomorrow attemxm. G. A. IL-insing has accepted a pcritlca as cjent for the American Builders' Association. Professor W. A. lioUEh was given a surprise party last night. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Crowe are iritlng Mr. and Mrs Hush llclloterts. Temrla of Ch'.sen Friends, Itathbone Sisters, will lioid a meeting to-nlffht. ilr. and Mrs Hcnrv Metz of Sauth StlchlanJ I street celebrated tnelr liner weatLn annUer I t6ary last night. irs. jjamenne urauer nas Bone io via or chard. Ma., to reside wltn her son and daughter. Henry Hughes fell irvra a street car on Col linsillle avenue. In list St, Loins, jesttrdaj anl sustained painful Injuries. The cung members of the Liederkran2 So ciety will gtte a hop at Lte-erkranz Hall to nlgnt, Mr. A. J. Smith cf Kansas City. Mo., is is iting friends in BellcUlle. 3IOTHER SENDS HER SOX TO JAU,. tVctiel will Serve Thirty Dnys on a Hock Pile for Vasraucy. Joseph Wetzel of Belleville was placed in the county Jail jesterday to serve out a sentence of thirty days on the rock pile on a charge of vagrancy, which was pre ferred by his mother. Jlrs. Catherine 'Wet zel. Wetzel has not done much work of late, and it is alleged by his mother that he spends h11 of Irs nioneyfor drink and then comes home and annoysvhis relatives. They say that he had been out on a spree for several days. and. returning home Sunday, caused all crts of trouble in the family. An officer was finally called and Wetzel nas arrested. The charge of vagrancy was then preferred against him. Hrp. Wetzel-also made complaint against P. Isselhardt. charging him with selling liquor to an habitual drunkard. SEW SERVICE IJEGIXS SATURDAT. East St. Lonls Cars to Cross Ends Bridge nncl Reduce Fares. Cars on the Broadway, the Lansdowne and the Stock Yards divisions of the East St. Louis Street Railway system will run acro-a the Eads bridge, beginning Saturday morning. ' It was intended to put the cars in service earlier, but because of a change in the guard rail on the bridse and a readjjst ment of the cars which are to cross the bridge, the installation of the new service was delayed. When the East St- Lculs cars run across the bridge a rate of 10 cents will be made from Third and Washington aenue. St. Louis, to any point In East St. Louis. Ennt St. I.ouls Items. The ladies cf the Presbyterian Church ar" making arrangements to cie an ola folks con cert on December 5. The members of Elliot Mutual Itellef Aro ciaticn will give a prize masquerade at Judson s Hall on November 23. Miss Ploy Penny Is -.isitlng In Carroilton. HI. Misses Mae Uecker and Margret Kasle cf .St. Louis are the guests of Miss Lelta Noian if Grand atenue. Members of Court CahoMa. Independent Or der of Foresters; gae a social last night, The members of the Episcopal ociety -will give a dance to-night at Broadway Hall. The members of Kiowa. Tribe, I. O R. M ." gale a smoker last night. nA3HLTOX SlIOUE WEDDIXG. Ceremony Taken Place nt the Bride' Home In Jerscj-vIIlc. The marriage of Miss Cora Isabclle Shobe and William Jamin Hamilton of Evanston., 111., took place jesterday afternoon In Jerseyvllle at the bride's home, in East Pari street. The Reverend J. G. Klene. pas tor of the First Presbyterian Church at Jerseyvllle. officiated. There were no attendants. The bride -n as gowned in a tlolet crepe over taffeta, trimmed In Irish crochet nnd -violet em broldcried chitton. The Shobe home wa-? decorated throughout in smilax. ferns, orchids and violets. The house was dark ened and the electric lights added brilliancv to tho scene. A buffet luncheon was served after the ceremony. Among those present from a distance were: Hobart Hamilton and JIIs A'lrginla Hamilton of Pittsburg. HI.: Mrs. Percy Webster of Philadelphia. 111.; John Hamil ton of Boston, Mass. Sir. and llrs. Hamilton departed on a honeymoon trip, and will be at home in Evanston after December L LOSER TO COXTEST VOTE. Democrat Had Mnjorlty of One in Election of Sheriff. Charles Selberman of Kampsville. tho Re publican nominee for Sheriff of Calhoun County, has announced his intention of con testing the election of hfa Democratic op ponent, Charles Schmieder of Deer Plain. On tho ofacial count, the two men were found to be tied. A recount was made, in nhlch Sohmleder. the Democratic candidate, was declared elected by a majority of ono vote. JeraeyvlIIe Xotcs. County Clerk J. C McGrath of Jerseyvllle went to Springfield. 111., yesterday. The Reverend IL K. Sanbome. pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Alton, was the cuest yesterdav of the Reverend J. n. Klene. pastor of the first Presbyterian Church la Jer seyvllle. The Mothers' Circle at Jerseyvllle will noil n Important meeting this afternoon with Mra. Christopher Cooper. Miss Minnie Rnwray daughter of Mrs. G. W. Card of Jerseyvllle. was married restenlav aft ernoon at the Gard home to u E Houlton, a banker of Delmont. S. D. The It-verend Doctor J. G- Dee. pastor of the Firt M. E. Church la Jei-seyviUe, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Houlton will depart this evening- for their Sonth Dakota home. Trl-CIty XoteR. An Inquest was held yesterday at Ballhorn's undertaking establishment at Venice regarding Mrs. Annie Cummins, who was killed by a. 3'g Four train Monday afternoon, near Madison. The body r-as sent to her home in Northern Illinois far burial. The ladles of the Presbyterian Church at Madison will giie an entertainment and musical at the church this evening. A meeting of the Lutheran pastors will cpen to-night at tho Granite City Lutheran Church. The session will close to-morrow sight. Miss Lillian Cease of Granite City and Joseph R. Rogers will be married In St. Louis this afternoon. A decree of divorce was granted Pink Lyle of Granite City from his wife, Agnes. (The Markle Lead lYrrks are preparing to erect a large office building near the plant at Granite City. The Rcve-rad Joseph Abel, pastor of the Park Avenue M. D. Church at Granite Cits-. sa ac cepted a call from a ehurrh at Council Bluffs, la. He "will depart for his new rost Friday. A Joint meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society. Epworth League and Toucg People's She I!o-.eil to Upper Alton Sctcnt Lifjlit Venn Airo. Sirs. II. A. Lowe, one ot the pioneer resi dents of Cppcr Alton, died Jlonday ecnlng at the Lowe residence on South Main street after a lingering illness with Bright's dis ease. Mrs. Low e was "o years old and a na tite of NaslrWlle. Tenn. She was the daughter of Peter Wagoner and removed with her parents to upper Alton when she was S cars old. Mr. Lowe leases three children besides her husbai d. Mrs. Alice Teson of Philadel phia. Pa . and James and Hlward IL Lowe, both of L'ppt Alton. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock frni the Lowo Imme The Reerend iL I Cole, pas tor cf the First 31. K. Church, will oltlcialc, and the burial will bo In Oakwood Otm elcry. fppcr Alton to Hrtve n Station. James B. Mann of the freight denartment ot tho Chicaco and Alton Railroad was in Upper Alton jesterday us the representa tive 01 iTt'giucnt a ji.i 1 uon to look o-.er the ground for a new ireicht and parsengrr station on the '"Cutoff," where :se r'iJ crosses college atenue At preprit Uprer Alton has no railway station, and the visit Is in respoii'o to a request made ten da ago to tho head of thi Alton system bv Captain G. D. Ilaton. president of the Board of Trustees of Lpper Alton. Mr. ii.-.nn stated to the authorities .that he would recommend that a station be established. I'tmernl of Miss Gcrllc Iloll.-.ml. The body of Miss Gertie Holland of White Hall. III. was brought to Jcril!e yes terday afterncon lor burial. The services took place' at 5 o" lock from the passenger station of tho Chit-ago and Alton itailroad to Oak Groe Cemetery, tho Reverend Doc tor J G. Dee, pasto- of tho First M. E. Church in Jersey s'.le. officiating. Miss Hol land died on bundaj. Sho was 23 yearn old. and the last member of the familv of William Holland. The family consisted of two snns and three daughters, besides Mr. and Mis. Holland, and t'll of them hae passed away within the last few years. (Army frnrjieon IJcAirns With Ilrlde. Doctor II. ltodgsra Lemen sf'tforfl Alton rrived yesterday with ids hfii, Xm he arrived v married in San Trancisco Doct f,r rVU" hs9 been In tne IMjlSirnines jc mtr o. surpeon in the regular armj. lie had sened as a prlalc and Jater an a surjjeon In C-fca durinc the Spanish-American War. Iioctor Imen announced that he would re tiro from, tho army within a few wotks. Ilc&I Ustate Tranmfcra. Real estate transfers filed for record In Belleville jesterday were: Maria A. iScIuvaj-z to FreJ Dlinn. rart of lot. rortfceit iu3rter section ie, townsb'p 1, aauth ". warrani deed. 520 T. L. Chk and wife ts A. II S!Int. lvt 3 and pirt or Jots 4 aiJ C, block 22, Dei-ersU, qultcuirn diH Ji. Fame ty sa'ie. lots 13 acd 3, block 17. Alta Sita; qu'tcUtm deed. Jl T. N. Cavle and wife to- Jul. FlPmln?. let 10, block 3. addition X. Cirenonih. Easb St Lou's, warrant y deed, J3. Kmrna, F. Horgan end husband to F F. Sara?, lot i-j and part of lot 7. Iolnatons additjen, lZs.it St. Lou.s: warrant deed, j:,wn P W. Abt and wife to -John Mrr. lots Wr IL 12 and part cf let . block IT, Winetaatey Tar, warranty deed, h,hjo. Frank Scbralseur and wlfp et aL to IIarr.on "Day ct aL, iwrt cf southwest quarter section T, township I. north S; wa-mnty ced. JQW. Marj nrpelmanu and husband to C F. r'lschc pan of lots 65 and feo, IieUeiile, warranj deed. J1.000. Alton ote nndI,crnnnln. Wiley fctrcud of Jtuyle, III , was a visiter In Alton jesterday. E. C Haagta cf Alton went to Ulocmlnfftcn. 111.. jesterCaj. F. C Rlefal and Joe Mellln? cf Alton departed csterday for Modesto, 11L. on a quail hunt. A- 1). IIelIer of St. Louis Is the guest of Doctor I Glasabrcnner cf North Alton. H. A. Hart of Alton has Rone to Chlcaro The Alton rolling mills will resume opera tions this mornlnir The Alton Ministerial Alliance has dsclded ta make bjnday. ?o ember . Temperance Sundar. at which time all th-j ean?-l.cal nn.sieis la the city will preach en temperance. The engagement of MIs Anna James, daugh ter cX Doctor and Mrs. U. c James cf Lppr Alton, to Mel via Urceding, also cf Lrpor AiUn, lui3 been announced The date cf th- weddirs lias net been set. but wtll take phico before th holiday?. Henry Murphy of Dener, Colo, Is the iraest of relatlea In orth Alton The Ladies" Aid Society of the Twelfth Strept CumLt. land Prftsbvterlan Church at Alton cae a xainbow tea last evening in tne chmen , nsrlrre 'I A church fair and bazasr, given by the ircm bers of hi-- 1'ctcr and 1'aui's Cathedn! In Al tcn. opn last evening in the City Hall. Tne fair will continue through the wetL. The body of Viola Dals, the jouag daugh ter or Mr. and Mr?. William Dai.K of A'tun, was talten to CarlfnIUe. IIL, yesterday rooming fcr burial. Ur death occurred Monday at ths Davis home. No. 1GI Plata strct. The Alton Lodgv a the UniteJ Convnerc a! Travelers iltl give a dancing party en Novem ber 1 in.Pionttr llall. A movement 1ms been stnrttd in Alton to consolidate the two lodges of the Knights of l'ithias. Fleur de L-s and Contanun, whlci Ijivc existed in the city for j-ne eare. A meeting cf Coaslamlne Ldge will be held on Monday OAcnirg of next week, at which the prep osition will be considered. Mrs. Daniel;, wlfecf A, L. Daniel', proprie tor of Hotel Madison, nt Alton feustained a eprained ankle jesterday by faring down the main stairway leading to the lobb o that hos telry It vas the thirtyfcurth anni.crary of the w eddlng cf Mr. and Mrs. Daniels and they w ere Just starting to ctletarte the etent when the accident occurred. The Felican arrived nt the Alton wharf yes terday from Dubuque. la. Tne Ptlican is being built to tramrfer railway trains at Cairo, lit. and was towed to Alton, wrtre en will receive her boners and other equipment. The work will take a number ot weeks. Jchn D. Dwjer, aged 20 years, and Miss Nel lie Dwytr. aged IS. both cf fr-tcnlnston. 11L, were maixied at A Ken yesterday n.omlrg. Tee couIa droe from tJiwardsillIe to Alton on Monduy night and secured tho marriase IJct-n&e from Deputy Clerk Frank A. Iherbaum Toe cer incny was wrformed jesterday ruralng at fiH 1'eter and Paul's Cathedral by the pibtor. the Ilcerend Father li L. tpaUilng, The couple stated that they were not related The Ileiereod IL -M. Chittcnlea, ret tor of St. ranr Episcopal Cliurch la Alu.fi. went to Dunk er Hill, ill., jerterday. EilivnrdnvIIIc Xotc. -J F. Amroann dcpirted last night with mem bers of the St. Lculs Florists' Club for Chicag-J, tu attend the annual flower show. While working with acid in Vie rhop of the Illinois Ilrass Company jesterdav afternoon. Harry Drandle allowed some of the fluid to c plasn in his face and his eves tecnme Inflamed. It is though his sight can be sated. The Right Re trend James Ryan, Wshnp of Alton, has annoaacea that he will par an of ficial Mslt to St. Mary's Chn-ch In llwards llle next Sunday and &dmlnltcr tho riu? of con firmation to a class of eientv-nlne. I"irst niirs Will be at 7 o'clock and Ugh riass at IU Joshua Itcnfro, a cunsnilui, shit Mmself tliruugh tho lcfi haztd lesterday whil tndear orlng to epen a rifle which had besa turned in for repairs. Marriage licenses Iucd at Edwards III?: Ja cob Kin-ch. -, and Kmiaa llerbst. it. both of JarIe: John Ebei. St. Itose, Clinton Count. -4. and Kate Mueller, UeUetla, Hi; John P. Corirt ney, rZ. Hanuiey. and Mattio Adams, 22. Hcr rick. Child Who Drank I'olson Sacil. Lillle Jackson. 3 years old. of No. TOG Di vision acnue, jesterday afternoon swal lowed the contents of a small bottle of car bolic acid. When the poison be$ran to burn her mouth she ran to her srandrather, T. J. Jackson, who took her to Doctor A. C Housh of No. S03 Missouri avenue. An anti dote -wasclveri and the child's life vraa saved. A SOURCE OF SURPRISE To Plijlcian and Patient Alike. V Dr. Rcdmona, a specialist In the study and treatmeut of piles and rectal" diseases, recently stated that the Pyramid Pile Cure, the mw discovery for the cure cf plies. was the most remarkable remedy he had ever teen or tried In one respect, and that was the Instant relief experienced In all cases, no matter how severe, from tho moment the remedy was applied: this wa3 tho more surprising to him. because he had carefully analyzed the preparation and no trace of opium, cocaine or similar poison could be detected. Physicians look with great favor upon the Pyramid Pile Cure, because It Is rapldlv taking the place of surgical operations and because it Is so simple, so easily applied, and contains no mineral or other polons so commonly used In pile cures. Dr. Esterbrook reports that the Pyramll Pile Cure no; onlr cures the various forms of piles, bdt never falls to give IM MEDIATE relief on the first applicaUon. no matter how severe the pain cr discomfort may be. People who have suffered, from piles for years are often astonlsbta at the instant relief experienced from th first applica tion. Another Important advantage is the fact that any one can use the remedy with out detention from business or Interference with daily occupation. Mr J. yy. Rollins, of Sweet Springs, Mo.. wf?es:. J consider the Pyramid Pile Cure without an equal: It .cured me in less than 30 days. j. waited la days or more to. bo sure I was fully cured before writing you; I can now say r AM CURED and I shall recommend the Pyramid Pile Cure at every possible opportunity because it DESERVES . J5e ,?pn'arHr cf this rcmedv l such that all druggists now sell It at fifty cents a package, and its sales exceed those of all similar remedies combined. Write Pvramid Trurr cn tt.u-11 -rtt. for their book, on cause and cure of illea. ' I Ca!I at Once and Get the Benefit of the Most Libera! Offer Ever Made The Great Quaker Physician Makes a Nominal Fee For the Crowds of People Seeking His BiChemic Treatment All Persons Applying Before December 1st Will Be Treated for $10 Until Cured, Medicines Included Every Case Accepted This Month Under a Positive Guarantee to Cure or Money Refunded This Offer Positively Will Not Be Extended A Wonderful Avalanche of Cures. Eorne out upon the breath of this won derful testimony has been that which lias stilled and awed. Criticism. ecn comment, is silenced. Tkesearvno lender the man tlous records of tbcresuttcf medical skill, hat manifold tuman i olecs tcltiuz the sick of the one ho hzs the Glftoflieailaz. There wai at first extended to Doctor rowel! on his return from abroad the re-f-pect which his record as a trained sur soon and scientist demanded. Then the at tention of the whole country was held by the news of this multitude of cures, and people by lont: journeying and doctors by published praise paid their tribute to the famous phjslcian, who waa to thrn the exponent of the highest medical sHU But as this multitude of cures has in creased like waves following one another on tho beach, like leaves fallinjr from au tumn branches, like snow-flakes covering: tho j;roumI, until bejond number, the peo ple have seen In the Great Quaker Ph si clan that quality bejond and above all med ical skill, that qjalitj which the doctors recognized in him long ao. The Gift aftlczllas. It is that sUcn him as Inheritance of his birtlu as much a part of tho man as h 3 manne- of ppeech or his habits of thought, that has fatilled and awed. It H that which has changed respectful attention to the re gard almibt akin to leverence which in born qualities alone command. If It were possible the Bl-Chemlc Physl cans wou d Kladly continue their present !w fees Indefinitely, but the crowds of peo ple that have flocked to their oillees dur ing th pa: few weeks- hae shown the impossibility of It. In order to limit the mira'vr of patients they will corrpelled to rale their rate to all applying after the 30th of this m nth. Tut all pat'enu who applv for treitment before December 1 will be treated on the following terms: Tliej itIII jL;iinraxie to treat nil ner o:it ripil Insc nt their ilcei before llccexiiher I for the norulnnl Mtim fit XO until curetl. That lx, ?10 co.er tin entire? cot of n cure, medlrlnrft iueluded. And no further fee vrUI lie asked. The? furthermore ntrrre Hint If the patient Is not eomplctely enretl In a .peeilletl lrnth f time to return the launry iiifl lthout n iitilhhllti or fnnlon. It 3in nlwujs been the prln- ci;Ie nt their II-m neier to keep n fee utile the pntlent ivn cured. The Ili-Chen:!c IMiyilelnnK viIkIi to make It emphntle thnt tu! offer ex pires on the :tth day of thin month nnd it In Important to cnll tin enrly titt pOMsihlr in orde? to nold the runh that ii III nutnrrilly occcr tlurlns: the eloslnp: dnjn of tIU- phennmeanl offer. Thl'i offer pONltlvely Trill not be ex tended liejond that date. THEY WERE DEAF, NOW THEY HEAR. A feu.' Tr.ontis ago it ?i-as necessary to shout in the ears of these feofle tn order to make them understand; noiu if you call on than and ask them in a ivhisfer they -tcilltcll ou of the marvel of their cure and of their gratitude. 3Ir. fieorarc Schr. -iSOl Pennsylvania avenue, fct. Louis, says: "ily deafness dates HAGHfNE METHODS ARE VINDICATED Illinois Voters Approve of the Iviiifrs Method of Conduct ing State Affairs. FUTURE SEEMS TO 3E IN-DOUBT. Voters Already Shiver at the Prob able Outcome Governor Yates May Yet Get Ilis Eebuke. r.EPui!iJc Frrmu Sprinefleld, 111., Nov. 11. The administra tion of Governor Yates lias been indorsed by the oters of Illinois In a most positive maimer. The official returns are not all In. but It Is known that the Republican State ticket is clrcted by a majority so large as to be enUrely out of proportion with any "off-year" majority in the history of the State. The popularity of Governor Oglesby's two years' administration was tested in 1SS6. and John R. Tanner was elected State Treasurer by about E0.C09 or GO.CM. If I re member the figures. The measure cf Gov ernor Piter's popularity was gunged In 1510, after two years' incumbency, when Kdard S. AVIIsjn (Dem.) was ulcctcd State Treas urer and Professor Henry Raab (Dem.) uas chosen Superintendent of Public Instruction. The defeat of the Republicans that year was followed in ISC by the advent of Gov ernor Aiigeiu una a set or uemucrauc Elate officers from top to bottom. expectations of the people was proved in I ten when tho Hoinii-ratle candidate, for I 1SI. when the Democratic candidate fo; State Treasurer, B. J. Claggett, was defeat ed by 133.W.O majority. Then Tanner was elected Governor in 1ES6. and his administration was tried In the balance In 1135, and his candidate for State Treasurer. I. K. Whlttemore. elected bv about 47.000. That wa3 the last "off-year" election In Illinois. It will be remembered that Governor Tanner was absolute master of the State Convention and not only named the candidates but also selected the State Committee. There was not a partlrle of friction anywhere. Nobody questioned his leadership, ard everything passed off harmoniously before and after the State Convention. Here's What Some of the The Only Cooked and Malted ReadyioSere Oat Food. "RICHER THAN WHEAT BETTER THAN MEAT." "I cannot say too much for "NORKA," the new cooked and malted Oat Food. I have given it a thorough test among- my patients and in my own family. Its nourishing tonic qualities Oats and Malt; its scientific preparation and cooking; its delicious flavor and convenience in serving at any time, make it the ideal food for sick or well,' young or old. In my judgment it is the best food made.; "I have used in my family superior to any other cereal now back to 1STS. T took a swierc cold, and ns a result the snvill tubes which lead to tho ears became inllamel and closed up I had all kinds of noises in my eirs yoice- tltnps liVr roniiilnir tMnTn unit ithf ltmo5 1IU.. ,i i.r. ir. f . i.ci.ict TVi T Chemlc Phjlci-ins have restur .1 my he-- la - i-ii a bi 1 oidii n thit It Aas almost ins. I can now hear a watch tkl. nlulnly. I lrnpo-'-'ble f r me ti T.ilk I tr'ed arious and those tcniblc noises are a thing uf the mtdiclnc-. and doctors without aval.. 1 .nai past." ! I wor.t f tl c!lr or the I!!-Choin!c- Jlr. .In in es I. I.nne, T2.1 tlmllsun I'hsvciar-S a-d stirtcd tre .tmrnt. I could .stre't. Uast St. IxjuIs, ?avs "I had been feel tho p n t-atlns: en cti of tho treatment deaf for twelve jcars. brcught or. by a se- i almost !mraet.iitel. I was to entirely du- DOCTOR POWELL'S RECORD. Doctor rorrell vrns liorn of QnnLpr parentnee nntl recrlsei! bin early .-d-neatlon at I'rlends Sominnrj, cv York. lie srnduntod with Iionor from tbe Mrdlcnl Uepartment of the LnlerItr of Vermont to lfeSS. Dlploinn Inilorncd by the Hahne mann Medical Collece nnd HosiiUiu. Pblladeliilila. vere attack of catarrh. For the past five jears my condition was so bad that I could not hear a clock tick The noitcs in my head almost drote me crazy, in fact, at times they were so bad that I was fearful I mlcht commit suicide. I tried different doctors and various methods of treatment v.-ithout any success. Having read eo much about the wonderful cures bcins performed bv the Bl-Cheraic Physicians I went to thar oificeo and started treatment. The results have been marveloua The noises have en tirely stopped and I can now hear a watch tick in either ear. God bless the Great Quaker Doctor, for his treatment has wrought a miracle in my case." . This yctr, when the Tates administration came up for rebuke or indorsement, the peo ple returned a majority of SiOW or more for the head of the Republican ticket, ac cording to the Chicago papers, and it may go even higher. The people have spoken to Governor Yates and for him. "Well done thou gocd and faithful servant." When the anti-Yates leaders consider the scenes and incidents of the canvass before the recent State Convention, and then con template the magnificent majority rolled un for Mr. Busse thev will look forward to 1104 with a shiver. Tho prospect is enough to give them the ague. Some of thein are already trying to discount the effect of their victory, and ara claiming that It docs not measure the extent of the Governor's popularity: that B' se was an antl-Yates candidate before the convention, and .i lot of other stuff that never entered the heads of the men who went to the poll-? last Tues day and placed the seal of thlr approval on the State administration in so pro nounced a manner. It is a weak subterfuge. Let them take the voto on Bayl'ss. their candidate for Superintendent of jju'ollc In struction, as a standard, and they will And when the returns are nil in that lie Is r.ot very far behind Busse. And neither Bay llss nor his Democratic opponent made any canvass of the State. Tor that matter. 21r. Busse and Mr. Duddleston trusted their campaigns to the political committees and made no personal effort outside of Chicago. MAilER RAX BEHIND. There Is little more satisfaction for tho anti-Yates crowd in alleging that Chris Mamer was the Yates candidate for a State office, llamer's raajorit will reach. If It does not exceed, 40.IM9. and he had a light for life In every county. The unpopularity of the Yates administration uid rot cost Chris ilamer 1C0 otes In the State. The reasons why he ran behind Busse are so well known that it Is not necessary to men tion them. The cold fact Is that the Yates adminis tration has been indorsed by the people of Illinois In a decided manner and he lias received a personal vindication. The meth ods adopted In JIadlson and Sangamon and Adams and Franklin and Jasper and Jla ron and Peoria, and in nearly every county In the State, to obtain delegates to the Republican State Convention, Instead of b ing rebuked by the voters, were commend ed In a mot cordial manner. Republican dictators and bosses need hive no fear of tho wrath of tho people. Instead of tho punishment they deserved, they are Indi cated by tremendously Increased majorities. It a general election two ears alter the Inauguration of a Governor is not a proper occasion to test the strength or an adminis tration, where Is the p'ace and the timo for such a test? The Republicans who do not like Yates claim Itusse and repudiate Ma mer. In what classification do thev n'aco Jha 'nrhl vote is l-rown wiif A ) Pe. official ote is Known It will ho found that the minor candidates ran within ren. sonable distance of Mr. Busse. who headed the ticket. The head of any ticket In Illi nois always leads his colleasues. This Is because so many Ignorant voters place the cross In the square opposite the first name on the ballot. They Intend to vote th straight ticket, but only vote for the head or the ticket. For this reason Mr. Bayllss, Mr. Mamer and the University Trustees should be credited with GflOO or more votes than they will receive on the face of the re turns, and the same Is also true of the Democratic candldites. Another thing that galls the antl-Yatcs Republicans Is the fact that tho campaign was managed and financed by only tho Leading St. Louis Physicians Say. of R. M. KERLEY, M. D., Former Supt. Female Hospital. the new preparation of Oats called "XORKA" and have found it in the market." T. GRISWOLD COMSTOCK, M. D. j RHEUMATISM. i llr. J.imcs II. Webb, 21121! l'lnp street, St. Iouis. asi: "I hail been a sufferer from RhcuiantLsm for a Ions time. Jly legs were nhni'nnfktn fnr n. Inn time. Credentials Indorsed by the Bellevne Ilospltnl .llt-dJeal College. .Member of the Delta Jin Medical Society. l.ntc I'hj !eian antl Snrgreon 1o the Cluucaaenj Ore nnd Iron Co. I.nte 31ember or the L'nton College Aluniui Association of Eastern err lorL.. Late Invited frnest of the Xerr Yorlc State ."lledlcnl Society. ferent from anything I had ever tried be fore, and even after taking the first treat ment I was able to W3lk home with ease and felt better than I had for a year. If you have any form of Rheumatism tak my advice and consult the Bl-Chemlc Physi cians." CAJARRH. 3Ir. Wm. n. Manlre, 1220 North Twelfth street. St. Louis, says: I haie bn troubled with Catarrh fr fie or fix j-eara. Mr nose was flopped up and macus was 'ocptantly dropping into my throat, my ser.se of mctl was destroyed and I could net sleep nt night. As the I warm personal friends and appointees ot the Governor. Outsiders w'ere not particu larly welcome around Republican headquar ters, and none of them was conducted to the Inner sanctum. The' generals of the Republican army this year were as follows: REPUBLICAN GENERALS. Governor Yates, Congressman Hopkins, William Lorimer. Fred Rowe. attorney for the Insurance Department; Major Daniel Hogan. Registrar of the Grain Department: Luman T. Hoy, secretary of the State Board of Pharmacy; Lieutenant Governor Northcott, Senator Len Small, president of the Kankakee Hospital Board; Pure-Food Commissioner A. H. Jones. Colonel Ran dolph Smith of the Governor's military stalf. William J. Butler of Springfield, whose brother has a good thing in tho State Insurance Department, and others. The Republicans have the largest majori ty in the Legislature they ever have had In Illinois, acd the election of Congressman Hopkins as Senator Mason's successor Is a. certainty. This is another thorn In the flesh of those who have been fighting tho Yates faction. They have been counting on a small majority on Joint ballot, and have openly expressed the hope that with the assistance of the Democrats they might be able to defeat Hopkins. In the face of a Republican majority of over forty on Joint ballot that hepe disappeared and Hopkins will be Senator. The Republicans nominated eighty-nine candidates for the lower house, according to one authority, and elected eighty-eight of them. To sum It nil up Governor Yates and his able lieutenants have won the greatest victory In politics Illinois ever witnessed, when many of the shrewdest and best poli ticians expected and hoped for the reverse. If we are to Judge the future maneuvers of the youthful Caesar by the record of the past two years, those Republicans who do not want to Join the Yates-Hopklns-Lorimer procession had better retire to their caves or move out of the State. There are divers and sundry Federal officers and postmasters who are due In Springfield us soon as the Governor recovers from his present Illness. They will be expected to swear fealty to the head ot the dominant faction. Senator Cullom may be able to saie the scalp of "Reddj" Wheeler, his Springfield postmaster, on the ground of senatorial courtesy. lie will do well if he gets this concession without a bitter fight. The lines of battle for control of the Re- publ'can conentlon In 194 are in this po sition now. On one side. Governor Yates, Senator-elect Hopk!n. Lieutenant Govern or Northcott. Congressmen Lorimer, Can pon. Warner. Smith, Hltt. Marsh, Snapp snd Fuller, with a cloud of State and Federal offices and their relatives and the S per cent fund ot the Governor In reserve. On the other side will be found Senator Cullom. who will play the "dog-house" fiddle to Senator Hopkins with President Roosc-.-clt. and Judge Sherman and possibly Congrcssmen Rodenberg and Graft. It u not hard to choose the winning combina tion, unless Providence Interferes In some unexpected manner. It looks now as though the next Republican State conven tion would be tame enough for doves 'to nest In the rafteni of the hall. J. L. PICKERING. Republicans ntnndered. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Carlylc. III.. Nov. IL When the election returns were brought In last Tuesdav It was noticed that a . decrease had taken place In ono Republican stronghold. Thu result nt the wndrrfuk ril-Clicmlc Trcatrarnt I am vM an! f-1 I f- In . a ia -i "-i n. last ttero Is a treatment that will cure Catarrh." NERVOUS PROSTRATION. Mr. Wm. w. -IimU-K-. 4SI2 I.:thm!li a-nue Mr MoIck has ben n resident of St. rtil for tier fifty ynnr. on 1 tht terr bl eon dIU n ho wai In Is well Known to his irlcnls nnJ nelbb- rs lie 5a-a "I had safferei Iron Ker oj ProntT.tirn for or ffar yetrs. My fet htrarr alrr-rtt parivasett. Thy er numb anl I fclJ as though thv tt"v Ja,i. I beeami drtponlt-nt ar! clfnmiv ami had cwno to tfce ean clJ"l n rat thie tvs no her to- m! To treairant fmm the rairous Ill-ClwmtefV'iysl Har t- matJe a now man of m iiOl hlsn the Grm' QwnJier Iliv cin for lnanffurattns In this c!tv h Bi-Chemk Treatment." Mr. A. C JeeII. !)1!J C)lle nlreet. St. Lrtiii 3Io . In srak "j; of hit case, says: "I had become a nerou vrrrrc. h.iinjr ben AfHietfil with Xrve TnubV il my life. My stomach refii'rd to tlieeTt the fooa I at. I always 1ip1 a dHtnspd feeling, would be'rh u; cis nnd h pain wis some thins: tcrnulr. Mv heart bxrame afftcte!. would brst irr. ptilarly nnd I reicr rouM pet a PohI -sjVt The fact of the mattr l I hid Vtn jrlpn up to die sxerd,1 t'me I have trl. d all kind of mfdMrcs and all kinds oC treatment and never wa? able to find any thlrir that seesifd to reach tho :cat of mv T-oubV mtSl I tried the PotvI' HI-r'fc''inlK TrenTfncnt. Thi treatment seemed to pene trate o" e"y purt of mv body and tho relief 1 ana settinE Is sompthlcs wonderfut., Free X-Ray Examination. The Fl-Chemle Physician? never accept jj. ca;e trTf rhei know to a certainy tho caue of the tr utle, and this can only.b-s d t rrr'"M b . s"Je"Mt3o X-Ray examina tion. The r X-Tiay outfit In the inctt e'ab omto ini ermnlcto In th'scountrj' Bv their speejil Fu roFcop.r afaciiment they aro able to exarr'n" all parts of th body cnJ find out td an absolute c-m'nty the cauo of the patient's rfftlctb n Comf and be ex axn'neil it :s absolutely fre Thy will net charge you one cent. Ccir - arid 'mil out what y ur trouble Is and tho will a Ki"o jou In reference to a ure. I is all freo. They ask no cornpr.caticn. EJ-CHEMIC TREATMENT. The different tissues of ths body are mada up of minute cl'. tnd nhen these cells bo come dlKirranpwI for tho lack of proper nutriment the disease is tha result. By a; rlins the proper nutriment to th9 diseased cells, perfect health can te obtained. All diseases, no matter how ccronl", can bo cured by bringing the celLs back to their normal conditien. Doctor Powell's Bi Chemic Treatment Is not allopathic nor homeopathic. It is a treatment directed at the diseased cells of the body rfnd cuch. other remedies as each Individual case may require. Those Living at a Distance. Persons livlns at a distance are requested to write, describing symptcms of their cafo in detail, and tha Bi-Chm!c Physicians -Kill forward literature atid sle advice free of charge. Be Powell Mm torn. On. JOXATIIAN" POAVEll, Founder. DR. 3IEREDITII PEnlCI.NS, C2jcu PERMAXENT OFFICES: 201 ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, ST. LOUIS, MO. Office Hours 3 a. ra. to 12 m.. 2 to 4 p. m.. 7 to S p. m. daily. Sundajs. 10 a. m. to 12 m. managers were unable to account for tha cnange. i.ne mystery nas ct?eii eAiJumieu. This j ear the Democratic ticket was print ed first Instead of the Republican. A num ber of Republicans in this particular pre cinct placed a cross in the first circle and. as a result voted the straight Democratic; ticket. Ther discovered the mistake after it was too late. The Republican ticket has heretofore occupied first column on. tho ballot. Unsklnc; Corn for Church. REPUBLIC SPECIAU Charleston. 111.. Nov. H. Encouraged by the report of success from the ladies of tho Methodist Church at Lovlngton, who re cently went Into the fields and huJked corn and sold it. applying the proceeds on their church debt, the ladles of the First Baptist Church of Paris were to-day engaged In a "husking bee" for the benefit of their church fund. A number of farmers north of town cave them free access to their fields. They are to have all they can husle and haul away. It is expected that a neat sum will bo realized, as the com had been previously contracted for at 50 cents a busheL 20 cents abovo the market price. Seeklns Legislative Job. EEPUBIJC SPECIAL. Versailles. Mo.. Nov. IL James E. Clark, chairman of the Democratic Committee of Morgan County, announced his candidacy to-day for doorkeeper of the Missouri House of Representatives. Mr. Clark led a gallant fight for the Morgan Democracy and much credit Is due him for the election, of two Democrats to Important county of fices, and reducing the Republican major ities all along the line. He was a formidable) candidate for doorkeeper of the House two years ago, being a close second to the nom inee. Extraordinary Clotulns Sale. The announcement of the "Speclal-Drlva Sale Co." or No. 413 North Sixth street, to be found elsewhere In to-day's Republic, should readily attract the attention of all desiring clothing. The sale Is peculiar in its nature, afad the values are extraordinary, as the prices nsked are mare'ously low. Men's suits are sold as low as J2) and boys' suits J1.S0. This unusual sale makes It possible for. any one to provide for win ter at very little cost. The stocl; is Im mense nnd the opportunity for selection 13 great. ThU company asserts that Inspection of the goods offered will convince the most skeptical ot the values to be had. Passed Resolutions of Condolence. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of Washington University, resolutions o condolence on the death of Walter Cope, head of the architectural firm ot Cope & Stewardson. were passed. Mr. Copo designed the new buildings of the university. A copy of the resolutions was forwarded to Mrs. Cope. m Dentli of Mr. D. Alleles. Mrs. D. Abeles ofSo. 22TA North Boylo avenue died at her home after a long Ill ness, at S30 o'clock yesterday morning. As yet no definite arrangements have been made for her funeral. She leaves a husband and three children, Sam C Abeles, Mrs. Doctor Vogel and Edward S. Abeles, on actor. ii NOMA" THE NEW CQOKEDandMALTED ' OAT FOOD Is not specifically a "Health Food." It Is simply a perfect, natural Food a combination of Oats, Nature's rich est cereal, and Malt. Nature's own Tonic antl Digestive agent. Scientifical ly Cooked, rendcrin? It easy to digest by the weakest stomach. As a perfect food It not only helps the sick to get well, but, what is more "important, keeps the well from get ting sick. That is why the best physicians recommend Xorka so Ulghjy, especially for convalescents and as a children's food. m n si ,71 f h 4S,-s.5. . ' ''-mMt2&4i Jk. -.' &&. sj&ii