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', A.s; v J9fe14Pv a- PS?Jw THE EEPUBLIC: WEDKESDAY.JIAY 6. 1903. BASEBALL Cincinnati Again Trounced Cardinals Wet Weather Kept the Browns Idle. RACING Soulh Breeze Won Handicap at Fair Grounds From Kdptardo and W. B. Gates in Fair Time. GENERAL SPORT! Washington University Meets M. S. 17. To-Day Forbes Training With Gns Bezenah at Clayton. ?3-Sr'- " 5S- i PERLA RAN LIKE A FILLY OF CLASS. U. JO. G-hio's Merry Monarch Youngster Performed Brilliaiit I ly at Fair Grounds. J soIjth breeze was in humor. Sir. Calm's Old iTare Won Over a Long Distance in 2Ice Style Custus Beat a Field of Maidens. As was forecasted In yesterday's Repub- He, winners were not easj- to select at the Fair Grounds yesterday. Tet many of the clock sharps, who hang about the track during working hours., sot off well with the first race, when they landed on Perla, J. C. Ohio's fast mare, at S to 1. Don Alraro's fizzle of the previous day made, bettors chary about going to the Merry Monarch Ally. She won all the way anfl "displayed surprising speed. Perla is Quite evidently a filly of more than aver age class. Htmloch. another good thing, went over In the second event He won handily, a had face. In 1:17. Bob Jones owns him. He -was heavily played. Schrelber turned too beautiful fillies loose In the third. Amos Turney started a better one. The Schrelber youncstcrs were Eu genia B.. a splendid Balgowan fills', out of Sohwalbe's dam. Gratltuae. She Is a beau . ty. Off well, she seemed to be a winner, out Jehane. the Turney fillv, broke an ay back!' went past her. ond won by flAe length In :!H. excellent time. Slgnorlno. the Sain Park Ridge filly, full sister to Hinders, end half sister to Sarner, also wentiln here. rShe Is a perfect specimen of a race horse, but ran a -ery bad race. " BOOTH BREEZE IN GOOD HUMOR. South Breeze wa-s in one of her good Jiumors and won her race one and one .Ighth mile In 1:. galloping. It was a nice race for the Cahn mare. Edgardo. a S-to-1 hot,Twas second, and W. B. Gates, who ran one of his best races, third. Pharaoh madsa wonderful showing here, or rather his owners showed him up, perhaps foolish ly, rf Tjettlng probabilities are to be consid ered. He ran a close fourth, running over horses at the end. He could have been dropped into a cheap "selling race for 1400 ana won at a. long price. KKfGSTELLE SPILLED THE BEANS. Every one fancied that the fifth race was a two-horse one between Xearest and Audi phone, who were held at 4 to 5 and 8 to 5 respectively. Klngstelle, a 10-to-l shot, broke it up. She laid away from the pace and came along in the stretch, and Ton, handily, a real nice race. Nearest and Audlphone ran to a head finish. Nearest Retting the best of It. It was the third tlme.-that these two horses met on equal iertnsj Bach time Nearest has beaten Audl- ?ihone by a head. This ts form of a mlracu ous nature. The secret of It Is that both .cave been trying hard. Neither Mr. Flip pen, who trains Audlphone, or Mr. Hughes, who owns Nearest. Is around stalling with the old complaint: "Now, you know jou feel good one day and bad the next. That Is lust like a horse." The sixth race went to Custus, who ran a rather clever six furlongs In 1:154. after leading most of the way and disposing of challenge after challenge. He won rather, handily and seemed to be going awnv from T. E.. Hayes's good colt. Outlaw, who was off badly. Custus Is probably, a nice kind of colt. TO-DAVS FAIR GHOUNDS ENTRIES. First race, one mile and a sixteenth, selling: t ISina. Minor ...102 7 Pomlnls. 10J M Xing s Pet 193 103 Patronvrole 104 80 PI3rtt One. ..... 35 I 91 'Immortelle 81 .. Doctor eaxriclclOS SO Varner 104 st Mamie a. ra Second I nit: race, four and one-half furlongs, cell- 65 Hed Monarch-.. .140 SS Tom Olncy ....103 100 Quartee 100 Quaker Girl ...101 T Pinky B 104 .. Dorlce 110 100 MatKle Work ..101 Bush Smith 100 Old Stone Ill lmboden 10 Ascot 10B Matt tVadlellh .110 Easter Waltera-tOO Bird Pond 104 Third race, me and one-halt furlon; selllnc: .. Eliza Cook 107 .. Robert. Jr. ..ur is Rustellton 1" .. Peaches 110 .. Legation 107 U Judge Pettuo ...111 T7 Slr ChrUitopber.li: .. Bonnie Esther .107 .. Merrv Vt'ajrer .110 .. Lola Home 110 .. Thoth 103 102 llollie T. 117 .. Erema ills .. Cadet 109 rDR.KINGCURES Strirtirt Kitbist aaira r Smjtle. (tstaglm Bliod Folioa Imr t Ultra. I mi tflulr 1tr: Is stimilut, kit rrauiit. Wriceel fllthwt Optntiin sn4 JLn efTlmi. l want every man ar Clcted with any diseases peculiar to the male sex to call on me personally, or write me and 1 will explain, to him my meth od or curing these diseas es. 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BOHMMN r r enwt rToui ucauitj, nemisai wtkaei. ion vr B711" "utuBx jnTm jumiiiai wttvtw vt ynnn iwo to ttcd wnn. in vm sea codiusut m$nmtiA In tht St. laooli VTt toreytr forty onj yean, taa InMTiiPofm fWg fACrtmiien u cnnD in n oni um. wi ,vka wpi enea xo t&ote xiDDJE AoiuO Mssarr-' a wesaans oryeaa tiwir years, j-rlet. nte ftsfrt trlaljsaekaie. Oas Dollar, mtdeat to hotht nr TTiirss. ) sV inhsmi fctoSSsffiSfiSaaaW wt-3iptConTenlent. T ErfBsafcsaafss ma r? vftk ' "wmrj rJsH ?$3E&&f&wS!&8i&'tet THE REPUBLIC ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION'S SPRINT. MEETIXG-May 5. Third Day. Judge. P. A Brady; Starter. A. B. Dade. Weather, drizzling; track fast. 104 First race, for 2-year-olds, purse HO. f furlonRs: i. Perln. T Dean Lona P. Bayllss Bete-M.t Waldo.... Sextette. Battlte Cnlcmn. tunro Dear Bird. A. Uney... Bfle Klrtn-; I Dean.. Anna Hardy. 1. Hall... HOrtSE'f AND JOCKE1S iVTt 9. K- T 1 115 7 105 8 105 6 ....'... l J 105 -4 105 2 ....... 105 S lrd 69 Start cood. Won ea'llv; second same Winner, JO QHo s b. f . by Menr Monarch Odette Prla broke tast, ran aii-aj- from her field and -won llko n good filly. Ixma 8. was off la-i! cam- on Uie rail and finished with great resolution. Ilesle rnn to her mark icstctt had an ear race and Is probabl a good Ally Deir Bird Is a err sweet looker, conformed tor speed and displayed It. Annx Hardy has worked v. ell and Is a tight little lndj. Tlme-:i:4. :U. -.364. :&. 105 Second race, for 3-year-olds, purse I HQItSES AND II Betting. Ind. f JOCKEYS. l"Wt S. K. h- K- M. S. F. Open Cloe ri. .. Hemlock. D. Hall ("lol V 1" 1" 1 8 8 7-5 K) ICrutchfleld. Battlte 107 5 6"4 3"i 3hd 6 1 5-2 t7 Martin Brady. Donovan..! lot T l-id V 5 3' 6 s 3 fS Escanoba. Munro 101 4 ' 6 4'i 4 8 1 3 5 t.ablnal,Dalsson 104 1 2 2 - 24 &' 20 S SI Nath Woodcock. Wood ward ,-v 104 8 10" 81 - 3 6 SO 40 15 .. Neversueh.-wallaoe 104 10 4 Sl - S 74 8 3 Governor Tanner. Ij. Wll- - ... I ' l son 101 U If 11" I I I S' I S4 8 15 I 6 John Carney. W. Waldo I 107 8 7hd 74 7' I 5 I 4 12 5 . Otis Skinner. D. Wlahard W4 6 1"4 1 It J in 17 25 I 10 7 In Bond. Kensler 104 11 12 12 12 ( 11' 12 40 I 1 S7 Cannell. T. Dean 104 3 S4 3' I 104 13 ) 4 T 1 5-2 .. Geortuga. C Bonner..... 102 I I 12 I 2l f 8 Lett at pot. Start good for all but Geortuga. V."on eo!ly: second same. Winner. R. Jones ."c Co.'s ch c., by Hennonce Lady Harden. Hemlock, a fast breaker, ran away from his leld Jid can beat better ones. Crutchfleld, Brady und Escanoba had a. rough passage and were best of llie ret. Ccnnell broke down. Skinner Is a rare good looker. Time US, :244. :3w :. 1. 1:1". ' 106 Third race, for 2-year-olds, purse I HOUSES AND I . Betting. Ind. f JOCKES. Wt 3. U. tt- K- M. S. F. Open.Closel PI. Jehane. Donnellr loT 5 - 1 i T 4 "T; K Ora McKInnev. D. Hall.. 105 1 ., 8 2 5 7 5-2 .. 'Eugene B. Donoan 105 2 2 3' ; I 8-5 1 7-10 .. Chrfstelle. W. Watdo 105 6 5' 4' 6 1 13 J 5 .. Magnolln. W. Watson.... 105 4 S 5" f 4 I1S-3 f S-5 ,t5 By Right. Davlsson 105 8 4 e 1 7 I 15 1 .. Bina, Daniels. D.Wtshard 105 7 7' 7' I 12 I '0 10 .. 'Slgnorlna, T. Dean 105 3 1 6' S ( 2 S-5 I 7-10 Coupled In betting. won ell- onl elerertv. dinner. Tumpv Rros s rh. f.. line, .lehnnn roke slowlv. but dashed rest ber looker and a hlrh-clas rtllv. Ora ran an cen gnnd looker and highly tired, had sreed. but contenders. Time :!, :24;. :SiK, :'4. 107 Fourth race, for 3-year-olds and upward, purse WOO, one and one-eighth mile: riORSEB AND JOCKE1S. Wt. S. U. 105 2 3' 100 8 2nk 107 1 1 110 4 4 tt ISouth Breeze 6). D. Hall ?4 ifcdgarao w, ia twison.. 81 IW. B Gates (6). Earl 82 (Ben Chance 4.6, Munro.. Start good. Won easllj: neat three .driving to limit. Winner. J. C. Cahn's b. m 6, by Sir Dlron Ike Breeze South Breeze was mucn best: she indulged Gates with lead to the head of stretch, where she easily passed htm and won going away Edgardo. under a Mgorotis ride Jut nipped Gates on the post for place honors Ben chance was pinned in on rail through strelch, but for which he would In all probability hae been second. Gates had no excuses. Time :13, :I54. :51, 1:0I!4. ltll'i. 1:3), 1:'. I.K. 108 Fifth race, for S-year-olds and upwards, purse $400, one mile and twenty yards: I HORSES. AGE AND I .Ind. JOCKEtS. m C2) Klnastelln (5). C Bonner 4 2' Nearest (8), L A llson .. Auaipnone w, i. iean. Pharaoh (7), Dale 1"$' 3hJ; 91 Start good. Won drhing: next ttree same. Winner, D. J. Sullivan's br. m, E. bv Klng'tcn Estelle. Klngstelle. perfectly handled, avoided all bumping and was best. Nearest bad r.o ex cuses Same can be said of Audlphone. Pharaoh was full of run at finish and Is Improving. This race was a good line from a form standpoint. Time :02U. :1?4. :2S, MM. :5H. 1:064. 1:4. 1:32, 1:41. 1:4F4. 109 Sixth race, for 3-year-olds, purse HORSES AND JOCKEYS. Ind. 62 37 Custus. TV. Watson.. Outlaw. D. Autln... Blue urass uiri Rurallst T. Dean.... 55 f 1 Prince Eugene. uavlson Indian Cherry. "Donovan Sardlan. Troxler Retmuda D. Hall....... uern Gravler, W. Waldo. utet, Batuste .... Pointsman. Maddox Start poor. "Won easily: second nme. Winner. T. F. -Sellers s ch. g. 3, by Frontmann Pop Gun. Custus dlplajed a nice turn of speed, disposed or all challenges as th came and was go ing easth- at the end. he is probably a nice horse, who will heat better on than thes bere Outlaw likes a distance: he closed a lot of ground after a rough passage and under a bungi'ng Time :13. :24. :364. :4 1.024. 1.154 Fourth race, alx furlongs, pur-e: LIUIe Long Vestry Rejoice Avoid ... 97 ... 97 ... 97 ... 97 95 Dolli Hayraan .. Apple Sweet ... (93) Silvia Talbot .. Fifth rac. seven furlongs, selling: 91 Pettijohn , SI 64 Welcome Ltght-100 99 Barkelmore lfi .. Galolt C10S) Kitty aide .. .. Miss Ma Day Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth, selling: .. Georgia Gard ner 105 83 Dawspn 104 83 -Free Pa 101 .. The iVIzard .... 91 .. Terra Incorni- Ton Spray 103 i 1V.15S IUICK lkS 'Dennv Dllffv ..lt l'a the Jld dler .108 Apprentice allowance claimed THE REPUBLICS SELECTIONS. First Race Immortelle, First One. Luna Minor. Second Race Maggie Work. Matt Waulelgb, lmboden. Third Race Sir Christopher, Erema. Judge Pet tus Fourth Race Sylvia Talbot. Av old. Vestry. Fifth race Barkelmore. Pettijohn. Welcome Light. Sixth Race Terra Incognita, Free Tass. FOn Spray. immortelle: to wix fiiist rice;. Mr. N'olan'si Filly Should show Ills Field "War Home In First Event. Immortelle and First One are favored by the vt eights in the initial race, which -will take place at the Fair Grounds to-day. Im mortelle is a garnish little plater, who will go on, though she'has been running in sprints. Margie S. ran a decent race behind Nearest and Audlphone last week. She will run another good one to-day. The race lies there. ASCOT INT SECOND EVENT. On his race with lmboden at Little Rock, Ascot is a better colt than the Parr!h stake winner. He should have beaten lm boden that day. Matt "Wadlelgh or Dorlce will have to get nut here. Wadlelgh belongs to Mr. Schreiber's manager, Mr. KerwJn. Dorlce belongs to the master of Wood lands. So one or the other must scratch. If "Wadleigh stays in he ha- a great chance to win. He has been improving, is good and fast to begin in the big Held. Maggie Wivk is sure to go well. She is a most consistent nib-. EREMA VS. SIR CHRISTOPHER. The third event looks like a race between Sir Christopher and Erema. Christopher is good Just now. His last effort, a victory, was not any too creditable. Hl sore legs will not be hurt bv- the Fair Grounds track Erema Is said to be readj. Small as she is, she does not dislike weiaht. It In hard to pick a third Vine In this lot. hut Legation is ! a erooa mare, ana nas neen wonting wen. Sylvia talbot n:ot so certain. Sylvia Talbot looks well in the fourth. Avoid is sure to make her run. Mr. Honlg's mare is a blgr one, fast and game. Bhe was not far from 3ehelmnass'H class in rprints last year. Apple Sweet Is a speedy doll, but scares good enough to win here. Rejoice and Vestry are fllues of more than average nines linf Slll-ta TillHnt ipflmq a msrtfiTn 'winner. At that she is not an good a thing aa sne may loon at nrsi glance. Barkelmore has not been running races that have been extra good, but he Is placed advantageously here and may win. Wel come Light ran a dazzling mile race at' Klnloch rome time ago. If she repeats she will do well to-day. There is not any rea son why she should not; she will be close to he money. Galolt belongs to T. P. Hay.es, of whom they say that he never You can't hide the style of a well-tailored suit. It's plainly shown in the snug fit of the collar, the "lay" of the lapels, the proper curve of the sleeve, the "hang" of the trousers. These are details which characterize our tailoring. Years of study and constantly growing custom have taught us all there is to know of tailoring skill. Stylish Serge Suitings, to measure, blacks, blues, grays. 125. 30 and 35. Ready-to-wear Suits, tailor-made and perfect-fitting. J15 to $35. Southeast Corner. Tenth and. Olive Sts. FORM CHART. H 1 - M. 1 S. I Betting. S. 1 F. OpenlClceej PI. F I i T 5-3 f ;i 15 30 10 4 I S" 3 I 6 5 6 1 4" 4 6 3 3nk r.' IS fl t-2 i I r- 15 5 7 7' 10 10 6 S I 8 3 4 7-5 I ! 1:1 WOO. sK furlongs: MOO. four furlongs: 2, by Wawekus Adde pleased. This Is a good field and won as she ii race and finished wwiimcK- PTnrenia. n ran rreen. The others broke "green and were not I I I BetUng S. J F. fopenlClo-el PI. SI. 3 2'U 1 I 1 19-10 5 i. ..::: 4 I 3nk.... 2nk 11-3 113-5 Ihd 34 8 4 i 3 111-2 3' Rltlncr 4. ; m. s. OpenlClol PI. 34 8'4. 3M 14 1 I 2no 1 3hd S-l I I . ? .1 S-5 1-4 2-j j Ihd . 2"- . 4 " Ihd 4-J r-5 13 4 $100, six furlongs: Wt S. U. H. K- M. S. F. Openfc-lo"?,' 106 6 ink uik Ink 14 6 ' 3 107 7 ink 6 2 2' 3 8 102 1 7' P 64 3 3 9-2 104 5 & "' 4' 4 6 5 107 11 S 84 74 54 4 8 101 1 Ink 3nk 3' fi' 10 15 107 8 10' f 10'.r 9' 7 4 6 102 4 4hd 24 Ri S' S 5 101 3 84 9 101 !. 10 15 1"5 J Sl 6' 6' 10 10 10 1011 11 11 11 11 11 10 00 5 6 5 2 2 carries a bid one to. the rare re rtnintt Is a good on he can win here. Pettljohn'a .... ,,n.v .w tx uiiiiinni one ior mm. ie can win with consistency in this event. Kitty Clvde Is far from good when Socapa can run her to a head. THE- WIZARD A GOOD THING. The Wizard looks like a rare good thing In the r-txth event. He has been doing more than nicely down the line, and may improve here. aB most Of the Hnnthprn tinrB !,.,,. , done this spring. Charley Ross made a new jiuise ui job i,esper. tie nas probably done the same thing for Terra Incognita. Hence ir," ,' fe"ow will be rapping at the door. I lip Izard Is a really clever sort of hotse, and a bet on him should not go far wrong. SACCIIAROMETBR 1VO.V IIXDICAP. Rnce Ktnfc Captured the Elmhnrat Stake nt Jnmnlcu. Xew York, May 5 Saccharometcr, at 1 to I, won the Williamsburg Handicap at Ja maica to-day. He was in front practically from start to flnibh. Race King captured the Elmhuist Stakes for 2-j oar-olds. Orloff. the winner of the first race, was bid up to $2,G0O. an advance of &W over his entered belling price. His stable retained its horse. Himself, backed down from 6 to 1 to 11 to 5, won the last race from the outsider. Wild Pirate. rive favorites won. Summary: First race, six furlongs, eelllng Orloff. lOi (Bums). 11 to 5. won. ftar and Garter, ss Mc Carrcrty). 10 to 1. second. N'orthlirook. 10S (Creain V 3 1. hlrd. lime. 1:14:-".. Kxplorer. Ulu Jay. Petit Bleu Neither One. B Bovle Mlu rlan. Slher Flush. Louise Klton. Trnnk Deane. Ivernla and Singing .Njmpii nlso rnn. Second lace, six furlongs Kuturita. lf3 (Gan noni. . to 10. won. Miret Alice, 1CS (Bullman). 3 to J. second; Ascension. .123 (Jfartln). 43 to 1, third. Tim-. 1:14 ld- I.ik. SnondrlU. sun Shower, linnblnrt and Cloche d'Or also ran Third rare, the Elmhuist Ptal.es. 3 furlongs Rac ICing IS (Fuller) 11 to 10. won: Miss Hhy lock. 101 tO NeMj. 10 to 1. second: Wlxard. 104 (Oanronl. 6 to 1. third. Time. 1.011-5. Nine Pin and Extra Law also ran. Jtlsa Shylock and Extra Law- coupled. Fourth, race, the Williamsburg Handicap, six furlongs-soccharometer. ji (Shaw), l to 3. won: Guardsmin. 113 (Hear). 4 to 1, second; To'can, 114 (M,irtln). 6 to 1. third Time. 1:13 1-5. Only threi. starters. Fifth race, file furlongs-Low Cut. S (Gan non). 5 tn 1, won: Heritage. 103 (Martin). 5 to 1. second: Australlm. 1(14 (O Neil). It to 6. tnlrd lime. 1:023 5. Bally Castle. Maglo Flute. The Rnwerj. Ulickberrlcs and Hugh McGowan alo ran sltl race... handicap, one mile and seent jards-Hlmself, m (Odom). U to 5 won: Will Pirate. W (Fuller) 7 to 1. second: Circus, 1(0 (Qannonl. 12 to I, third. Time. 1-4S. Bonnlben. McUllllam". Flying Buttress, Barbara Freltchlo and Lord Advocate also rnn. TO-l)A"S JAMAICA ENTRIES. First race, six furlongs, selling: Roue, 105 Morokanta .'. 103 Ouachita 103 Minotaur 103 Right and True MJ Carroll D 103 Clorlta 114 Merrymaker 10". Siuanto S7 I Know pjj Callei 110 . Second race, maiden 3-ear-o!ds. five furlongs: Sailor Lid Pal Roger Sol San Collector .lessup ...100 ...113 ...1G9 ...113 Coal Black Lady ...100 Zelller 103 Jim Kelly 112 Third race, handicap, six furlongs: Young Henry 12S Duelist 116 Ben Howard n: Locket 103 llfiria 109 Blue and Orange ....WO Schoharie P8 Klia Snyder 81 Samaden ,,, 87 Tourth race. Corona Stakes, one mile and sev- I'uty jaiuB. Setauket 101 Dark Planet 91 Gavlota 80 Colonist 101 Examiner io'i Cblonsay 94 Tribes Hill 106 Fmbarrassment ..'.... 93 rifth race, maiden 3-year-olv.'s. six furlongs: Avignon Eontag The Captain , Georgia Pine Mcnenneld ...101 ...107 ...112 .. 112 ...i: ...11! Rosewater 107 Snowdrift 107 Prctitable 10S Blue Jay 112 Prince of Arragon ...HI .Spring Silk Sixth race. 2-v car-olds, sel'lng. five furlongs: I Hoofbeat Miss Nancy . The Bowery . S3 ,.19 ,. 57 Moorhen .. McGonlglo Eleata ,.101 . 10-1 .. i'9 JAMAICA SELECTION'S. REPUBLIC SPECIAL ' New Tork. Mav 3 -Selections: First Race Morokanta, Carroll D , Merry maker. S.'S'S4,?"6"?3' Rr. Jim Kelley. Zelller. Third Race Toimg Henry. Duelist. Lookt. Fourth Race Dsjk Planet, Satauket. Exam iner. Fifth Race Pontsg. Roewater. Menennld. t-lxth Race McGoilgle. Eleatca. Mls Nancy. JfOT A FAVORITE IVOJf. Monaleor Beancfllrr Romped In at Attractive Odd. Louisville, Ky-.. May 5. Perfect weather. a rut track and an attendance of mora i iratK urn an attendance 01 more tlnn o.OOO were the conditions of the third ln.? rachiB at Chur-hlll Downs. Not one or the s drt choices flnMicri first. Mon sieur Heaucnire jinived the surprle of the uav lie went begging at S to 1. hJintn.iry: ''ft race. :.vear-nlil our". JIW. four nnd one-linlf fui longs Esherson. ins (H Hooker). C to i.i v: "nt Hill, in (Castio). 7 to 1, second; 1 i-jj Hall, pit (HeiKer,on). a to I. third Time, fi'i J'lrcular Jie. Kinpeior of India. Town Jioor. ljiigfnrd Jnmes, Dlcken. Halts nnd .vieirj 1'loncrr nlo ran Second rnce. jmr-s $). six furlongs-Monsieur Iieniulalre 1-. (A v.' Hooker) 8 to 1. wo 1. Ituni JVJT U,-AV "Wiling). to 1. s-ond; Horgis, 103 HMnsIett). s to 1 third Time. 1:15 Guardian. .. !. of. 'on. K.l Unidtei .Ilmlnei. Kentucky L?2i,nj11 !"1'1 I'"m Ktrd nl-o ran inird rnce felling. pnrp tioo. one nnd a six teenth mlles-riiean 1113 dr Hooker). 11 to 5. iy?".Vn.nl,lr,' 55 Ccullj) 6 to 1. second: Cavtoi, 1W (Ileigerson). 1; to 1 third T.me. 1 50t, 'jualitj street. Hud Bmbrv nnd Talr Lass also rnn .,l"ouith rilc''- mil ten :-ieiro!d. fillies purse Um four furlon, Shanani 10V (Crowhur't). 4't '" , on- I'l'flsn. I"; (II Hooker). I'i to 1 sec ond. Cardona. 105 (A Hooker). 5 to 1, thl-d Time n Dungsnnnn Flotl. Gold Piece. Clj tie and lt!g (,ooce al ran ririh race, selling, rure swo, mll Lutes Fonvo 103 iCatro) 1 to 1. won Pepper Dlek. 10. ill Hooker). 11 to 1. sicond rtoomeraclt :" (A. t Boolier). 7 to 1. third Time. 1.I34 L'l lupln. llurrv. Goo Goo. Hide and eek. Buckley and Mandimus also inn SKih rnce. selling, puree jtno-Almles". 2 (llelgeron), 3'J to 1. won: Bmlr. fl (W DalO. ! ' ". soconl Wlnesap 90 iMrlntire) 0 to 1. third Time i:ii2 riilrknslia Pregrne. The Stewa-dess, l'cit and LjMjeth olo ran TO-Inrs LOflSVlLLE ENTRIE1. First race 2-vc-ir-old. four furlcngs: Prince of Filsen . .110 Hutklel'erry Finn ...WS Rnlnland . ... 110 ICommoiloro i I.?, . . lnli!oe King If. Sol Smllli 103 J i. Majbcrry 103 H Luh-rrain. Jr li)a fcecond rnce. selling, six furlongs: Mr. Pomeroy . ..1C9 jane Oa.cr S9 Red Hook ii) Moo Buc'tN'V ,. 91 In-olence 104 utile Corker S Our Jevle 101 Tri!enan . . . 7 Angleea . . 111 I':auntles SI Honet Brook 103 ' Third race, telling one mile nnd twenty ;ards; Altona 107ticut Blossom ... 104 Hnndcurt 101. Doctor Hart ... . VII Inlctu ir Rampozzt 94 Rollick II 10- Banana Cream 91 Dandle Belle . .154 1 Fourth race, C.nrk Handicap, one mile and a sixteenth. 1 1 a rr New . .. . HHargl ion John McGur'c . . ..HIS . " tem Duke W) tlarlt Patllll ... 11-' Ixne'8 Lslinr . . . 11) tsinner Mmcn . Id: Wo-vl l.ihe . . inn Incub-lor ljIIAIrllgnt ... ) ('orrlsan entrj tGoinun entn . Fifth race, 2-jear-old, four and one-hvlf fur ipngs: Swcetlo HZ fitumpv 103 Srow Cay p7 Comoro 104 Hrookwood Belle . 17 I'helan 101 Filler Thl'tle M-". 1 -sourrlere- . .. .if,J Oulta 103 I 'Myrtle Uhltn . . 93 Hxth rate, selling, six turlorgs: ' Suburban Queen .... PI I'l'reMius 10 Miriam W 33 1 Heneonhuret 103 I-impoon Br. Sortie 101 Phil Esiier 7 The Brome Demon .IV. Loiable . 101 1 Lithium IM Fle pounds apprentice allowance clilmed. LOL'ISLLC SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECHL Ixiu'si-llle. Ky. llav 5 Selections- rirst Race Katnland. Trlnce of Pllen, Com modore Second Race-Red Hook. Ino!cnc. Horey Brook Third Race Dr. Hart. Locut Blossom. Rol lick II Fourth Race Jack F.attlln. John McGurk. Harr Nee Fifth Raie Silver Thistle. Comoro. Sweetie. Sixth Race Lovable. Eersonhurst. Premus. GflEGOU K. LOWniU A RECORD. Romped Over Field of Hlcrli-CInss Horses nt Worth. Chicago. May 6 Gregor K an American Derby candidate, not thought able to go a distance, broke the track, record for the mile nnd s'venty vards in the fourth event at Worth to-day, whining the race In easy fashion from the best field of Hired horses he has ever met. The new record was set at 1:413-5. as agaln3t the old mark of 1:43 1-3 Nitrate, the favorite, secured sec ond place, a length In front of Bondage. Giegor K. went to the post at 12 to 1. There was a. desperate finish in the third rnce between Bfau. Ormonde and Favonlus. After the hardest kind of a, drive through the stretch, both horj.es running like .1 team, Heau Ormonde managed to get his nose far enough in front at the wire to te cum the verdict. Weather warm; (rack good. Summary: First race, six furlongs aiirlln. ss (Robblns), 7 to 1. won, FjII Back. 90 (Ph'lllps). 12 to L sec ond: Ilnrrv Heck, lea (H,iir), ., to 1. uitrd Time. l.H 3 5 Irene Mac. Annu. L-v (.ache. Die lor Mood. Prince of Meroe. Manznno. ArlfcUto: Doctor Guernsey, Mr. Bender and I. S.im-jou also ran Second race, four fu'longs Lidy Free Knight, 111 (Domlnlck). 7 to 5, won. Miss Flechnnnn. lot tC Kellvl. 7 to 1. second. Helle Juan. 103 (Farrvll), 30 to 1, third. Time.' .49. Badger Girl. Hemlce. TocHSset. rlludiieiie. Hdceful. i.ucretia M and Native laughter nNo r in Third race, six anil one-naif furvigs Beau Ortronie. i(h (Henrj). 9 to 10, won. F..nnln m (Dominfcl.) 13 to :. second. Foothaer. !)3Vi (j Walsh). 4 to 1 third. Time, 1.2). Prince of Af rica and ulcalu alo ran Kourtn race, oie mbe and seventj varas Greg or K . 93 (PlillllBS). 12 to 1. wo-i. Nitrate, 112 (Henrv). 6 to S. second. Bondage (H l'hlilttis), l to 1. third Tim;. 1-44 3 D Major Tenn and Al bula also ran Sixth race, six futlongs Silver Fizz. :j (Ezeil). 20 to 1, won; Mls Hume. ln3 (Henrj). s to 6, second: Our Uesle. S3 (Kerrell). 3U to I. third Time. 1:13 3-5 Harvester. Marco. James J. Cor bett. Plajltke nnd Joe Martin alto ran. blxlli race, one and une-elghth mllo Bonnio Llsnk 1C2 (BIrKenrtlth). 5 to 2. won; tlmdurman. 119 (Domlnlck). a to 2, Becond, John A. Clarke, 101 (II. Phillips). 411 to 1, third Time. 1:31. lack Dole, Alma Girl. Cirspray and Malay alo ran. TO-DAY'S WOmii KNTRIES. First race, six furlo-g selling: Prodlgil Son . Alllo MIs Manners Uranium l'ebv Blue . .. 112 ll ... .107 ....103 ...103 Vlll Fl-erry .. lohii J Rvan ...101 ...101 ... 99 Safeguard Fall HacK .. . fcan SRrgaa , Second rece. seven furlongs, sel'lng: ..HOIScctch Plaid ... ..110 Lnubert .109 lOpIloial ..101 Third mce. four and on"-half furlongs, 3ear olila: Manhak ll7iF0ldler of Fortune ...103 Beneficent . . . 113 I. u! of Melhorme . 1" Mllltlrk . . . H'8iMand Lee 1'3 Katie l'owers . . . vn uki. inpiei vn Elle . .... PHI Foiiri"! rate, one mile and twenty ards: Rolling mer Poth'n AhoU .. . .. lll'D-in McKenna ... . brticnnjon ,. M ... 90 ... ) Hfth race, ono mile, selling: Balrd ... 107 10f 101 .. 1CI ....101 BalloonV. .iine Thompson I Pi luce Webb .... Gracious iMcran .102 . 101 . . '. V5 Branch ... . Harrv- Beck .. Prairie Doc ... Limelight . Sixth race, one mile, se'llng: Urchin 109 . .. Irt 107 107 101 Goldagx ... Moroni . . Memphlan . CUT Bessie- Ml H-lnv .103 .103 ..IK .. ill .. 3 voout . Xonne . Pvrrho Mrrors WORTH SELECTIONS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Chicago. May 5 Selections: First Race Miss Manneis. Uranium, Will Sherrj. Second Race Weehanus. Scotch Plaid. Tajon. Third Race Manshak. MIIKIrk. Beneficent. Fourth Race Honing Boer. Aholi, Dan Mc Kenna. Ilfth Race Branch. rrnlr! Dog. Gracious. Sixth Race Moroni, Zonnc, Pjrrno. FOR The best B HSHfl WHHS3 BHHf fes. " and tonic on the market to-day is S. S. S. There is hardly a man, woman or child in America who has not heard of "S S S for tha blood." It is a standard remedy and a specific for all blood troubles and an unequalled spring tonic and appetizer. S. S. 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Scratch Victory Makes Fourth Consecutive Contest Lost by the Cardinals. PLAY GOOD FIELDING GAME. Pitcher Hackctt in Good Form, but St. Louis Did Not Get Batting Streak Until Last Inning. STANDING OF THE CLUES. Vallnn.l Tani& Atnerlrun lenptie. Club P.vv .i.t'rt ClUL. V W.L.Pct. rittsliurg ..17 13 rO)lChU a-n 11 72X .vcw lorn .1 v s Boston la s 7 Urook!.vn ..13 S 7 Cnlcago ....15 S 8 Cincinnati ..In 7 9 St. Tvtiils ...17 a 11 93 New ork 12 5J. ' Detroit 11 .5.3 1 .hlia'da . 14 5trJ I Kfwtnn . 13 .4V I va-h'ton . 11 .US 501 .42 .455 .447 Phlla'da ....17 5 13 .a, j leveljnl 3j I I Illis 9 tVhrre They IMay To-Uay. National league , Amerlcsn League. New Yoik iu lUo-iklin Cleveland at St Lmils. Clllcago at 1'lttsburB. I i'hIHde'. at New ork. I Washington at Boston. I Detroit at Chicago. Yester(laH Resnlta. National Leagu. f American League. Cln'tl 4. h: Louis 1. I Chicago S. Detroit 1. Pittsburg s. Chicago 3 IN. 1. 11. Phlla'da 3. Brookl) n 5. I'lllla'da Z. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Cincinnati, May 5 The Reds of Kelley, who stall nbout the little town situated on the banks of the murky Ohio River, managed to scratch In a fluke victory to day when they tanned the tribe of Dono van to the tune of 4 to L The Reds succeeded In winning four con secutive victories from the pets of Patsy, but If the World's Fair City bunch had been lined up in their regular order and had they wielded the willow as they did in their previous games, the Reds would have been away up. The Cardinals encountered chilly, miserable weather here. Farrell. Nlcholn, Murphy, Smoot and Barclay hava bunked In the hospital ward since the club's selge. Twlrler James Hackett dished up as nice a game a one would care to sec. He had everj thing necessary to win any kind of an old game, but his teammates batted like a bunch of wind-broken amateurs behind him. Hackett deserved to win. The Cardinal line-up was again twisted into a puzzle. "Hummer" Smoot, who has betn plalng under pressure for three davs, was too weak to leave his bed to-day. His knee bothered him. Manager Donovan, desperate to win, coaxed the half-well Johnny Karrell Into center Held and "conned"' the indis posed Kid Nichols Into going to first. The club again put up a spectacular fielding game, and with anv thing like a bit of luck would have won hands down. HAHN IN THE BOX. Noodles Hahn opposed Hackett. He did not display anv thing worth talking about. Still the St. Louis lads could not bunch tnelr hits long enough to shove over the necessary runs. The Cardinals secured five blngles. Brain clouted one out in the initial event, but it availed nothing. In the fifth Donovan soaked Halm's southpaw- slants against the lft-IlId fence for two bases, tne ball hounding luck to Kellev. He died at the plate, however, on Hackett's grasser to Cor coran, lilt three for St. Louis camo up In the evcnth. After Nichols went out to Donlln, Haikett hit the sphere for two bases. utto "Williams proved an easy out; Beck ley to Hahn at hrst. Jack Kvan drew four balls. Johnny Karrel trotted to the rubber with two on the sacks when a hit would tie the score. Johnn tried his titmon nnd pearly succeeded. He rmashed the ball egalnst the right-field bleachpr. but Mike Donlln, after a hard run. copped It. ending the Inning. It was a cae of hard luck all the way. SCORED IN I.AST INNING. In the last inning the tribe of Tatsy made another hold bid to win the last tilt. .Ilm mlc Burke opened with an out to Sevmotir. Daw Brain clouted the leather against the left-Held fence, but It hounded b"ick far enough to noKi mm at secona. iiarciay was there with the much-wanted hit, and his clean tap to left sent Brain across the tallr plate, with the Cardinals' first and onlv run. Manager Donovan boosted a high foul near first, which Beckley camped under. NIchoN lilt a rlpplnff earther to Magoon at third, which the Red failed to get over to Bccklcy in time. Hackett waited out four wide ones, lining tne oases, nun uni) uii.t; runs to tie and four to coo. the atmosphere looked roseate for the Missourlans. Otto Yllllnms. the boy wonder, was c.irdeu to handle the lut. He walked up with an air of confidence, but did not deliver the goods. He tried awfully hard when he stung a ' Hahn" bender Into deep right. The hall sailed nlraoft Into the stands, but the fast, ever-readv "Mlcke" Donlln was there and he mltted the ball, ending the game. The three runners had crossed the piste, but thev- did not count. The Cardinal! lost because thev could not rap out the needed blngles In the Inst two Innings. Hahn was up In the air then, but the visitors could not get the wat. Manager Donovan and his trlb departed this evening at 9 o'clock for St. LnuK The icore: CINCINNATI. AB. R. II. O A. I V.ll.f left field 4 0 0 3 0 0 Sesmour. center nId 4 Donlln. right field 4 BecUle). first base.. 2 Morrlev. second base ... 2 Corcoran, shortstop 4 Magoon. third bas 2 Bergen catcher 3 Hahn. pitcher 3 3 4 0 0 2 4 0 0 18 10 10 2 0 10 3 0 12 11 0 .1 1 fi 0 1 1 li Totals . 38 9 27 9 1 ST. LOUIS. All. 11. tl. U A fj. Farrell renter field 4 0 0 3 0 0 Burke, seconl hae 4 0 0 2 4 0 H.aln third bae 4 12 111 Rarclav If" ''d 4 I 1 0 Donovan, tight field. 4 0 l o 1 0 Nfhol" first base 4 n (l 11 n l Hai-keit. pitcher 3 0 t 1 3 o Williams, shorts'op 4 0 0 4 3 o Rvan. catcher .3 J J 1 3 0 Totl, 33 1 R 24 li 2 Cincinnati 2 0 0 0 0 0 ..4 Earned runs Cincinnati 3. Two-baa hits THE BLOOD known and most popular blood purifier FBOK CONGRESSMAN LIVINGSTON, OV GEORGIA. I know of tha nccesaful use of S. S. S. in many cases. It 1 the beat blood remedy on the market. PBOM EX-GOT. ALLEN S. CANDLEE. S. S. S. ia unqueitionably a .rood , blood purifiers and the beat tonic X ever used. Magoon I. Brain 1. Donovan I, Hackett 1. First lnp on bulls Oft Hahn 2. ofr Hackett 2. Strurlt out -lij llvhn 2. Time One hour and forrj-nve minutes. Umpire Johnston. ni.ins and iinowNS to-dy. Tribe of Melt--r A 111 Finish Serlea Willi I.njnle' Slnsrdern. The wet condition (if the grounds at Sportsman's l'jrk prevented Jesterdav's ?ame bet.vcen th RrowiiM and Hltieq. Weather pennlttins; the teams will line un this afternoon for the final cane of the pri". The laclnc the Browns gave the Tribe of Armour Monday has put a world of confi dence In th" boys and they Intend to ro after the sctlps of the Forest City aggre gation this afternoon. huilhoft will probably do the twirllnK for the Brown", while "Sarah" liernhard. the Cleveland s angular slabman. will dish up the pellets for I-nJolc's Wile Hlrds. Lnjoic. who was compelled to retire from Mondav's game at a "ty cltlcal period on account of illness, has recovered and will be nack in the pme to-day. The line-up of the teams will "lie the ame an Mnndnj. with the exception of the bat trriei Frlel will be at th'rd and Barry McCormack will be at eeond. PITTSIIlRtJ S. CHICAGO 3. Clinniptona (irt In rirat Place by De fentlnc ItemnnntM. I'lttsburc. Pa.. M-iv ". PIttsburs won flr3t place to-doy by defeating Chicago. "Wicker looked like a winner up to the fifth inning, rittsbnrg not having made a hit. but after that he was at the home team's merer. Excellent support saved Leever. Attend ar.ee. 3.014. fccote: 1'itt.liurir I OiIcbko AH HO A F. I AH HO A K. neaum t. cf I 1 1 0 0 Karl-y. rf. 4 1 5 0 i) C.f rke. If " ". 2 1 0 Made. If .. T 1 n 0 o I-each. ;b . o ii s 0 t horce, lb ..4 0 s n t Wasner. rf 2 2 2 0 0 llobb". cf ...4 0 2 0 0 l-ransfd, lb 4 0 11 I 0 Tinker, s. ..4 2 10 1 Kruser. s . 4 1 1 4 0 &-ev. 2b.. .31240 Ititchey. 2b .4 2 3 3 t livers, ;h.... 4 2 0 4 1 rilih. c t (i r, i o Kilns. ... 4 3 5 0 o Lccvcr. p . 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Hill Hslisae SMasssB swim, Ms. Ilex vsss rwlteaisaarEjeuse nKHiremwuiw w nxomn. mraraUUs tha Mala aa4iT.sateTa. sBa, every Inactlos. amn gcsaespoaoeai:,. eara ja.i KL A. wrtttea aasraatM ta rura.ortaoasr Musim. wna ns-Msas. AJiisMlUMr auuagn talsa slMsMitfajiasMBsjssa.aHMsw hits-Clark- 1. Fcrince "- '7 UtS??. Krua-r 1. First has- or ' b'"?" 47 WIck.r BROOKI.Y.-V S, PHII.DEf.rHIA 2. Xetr York Team 1VIb Game In h Tenth InnlBK. Philadelphia. -May J.-Brooklvn tl'j tha s..ore in th- ninth InninB to-daj througn Bra-hear- fumble of Flood s "- Four sln Blc5 and a bare on balls In the tenth netted th visitors tnree runs an'- " - tendance. l.5. Score: Hrookl-n . ' I',,l,a1rl?,tfa6 A.E Strang. cr...i J " " nun. ; : : :; Mn r-d'e. rf.4 110 0 Harry. If.--- J J 2 X jhbeek-rd.' lf.5 1 1 0 0 JToU'Mn. 3 ; ! ; J" M)ojIe. lb ...5 J in 0 0 Kel.ter. rf...- ; ' , Jahl.n. .... 4 14 4 0 Brash-ar. . 1 J flutter, r ....S 0 2 OJDouitlass. lb.4 1 1 a tl-leod. 2b.. ..S 1 2 I Ojllulswltt. S..J 1 'Jordan. :b...4 12 2 0 ilmttier. c.j 1 - " Jores p ....J o2 1 .Sparks. p.... 011" Ah'arn .""l 0 0 0 0 Totals ....33 S M li - Total . U J a) It' 1 Broolrn .. .... .0 ' 10 0 0 0 12- pnnadflphia .".".."".o 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-S Earned ru-is-Brcokljn 3. Philadelphia 1. Two-bae- hlts-Uojle 1. flacrinc. hits-Barry 1. .Stolen bases-Dojle I. Dlhlen 1. Barrj- 1- ,oulJ,'aiJ -Dahlen and boy''..1-. tl" IVZ'ZSFl?. ... j - Tama- f ninth i. fnuaoeipnia . rim. o; ; ri. i. ri... h 2 off Evan. J. off Sparks I Struck out-Br ! Jov?sr nr Rvan. I. by ."parks 2. Tlme-Tiso t . i d-. ,Hu..fii lmnlrs-JO Dat. nOUTB Him nit' " iii.t- -- .".- - -- Corslcana 10, Fort Worth 2. r.EPUBLic spfx;iai Corslcana. Tex.. Mar 3 -Corslcana iron first aame of sri-s from Fort vv0-th Jo-dav. Scor . 1ft to The some was tvlayed In a drluna rain. Illinois 29. Xorthireatern 2. Chlcaso. Mar 5 -Unlversitr of I"1?0'". ,?i Northwestern University 2. Game called at th end of th sixth Innlnt on account or darK ne. M. S. M.'as Lose at BentonTllle. REPUBLIC PPECTAIe. ntor.vllle. Ark., May 5 The Bentonville teara btit th Ml-souri School of Mln-s at ba'-ball BLOOD POISON contracted this affliction and your blooa is poi- take Immediate steps to be purged of it. Blood i-oison is an imperious ana cruel xnasvcE, vuc uti. a v .. fall at Its withering touch. If jou have sore throat, mucoue; patcnes, pimples, copper-colored spots, bone pains, falling hair, or an smptoms of this disease tn either primary, secondary or tertl-iry stages, come to our office and be entirely and forever rid of it. Our treatment la a Specific In the true sense of the word; It quickly destrovs the virus, clears the skin, purifies the blood and thoroughly cleanses and eradicates all traces of poi son from the s.vstem. All danger of recurrence is completely re moved. Have jou taken pttent medicines or Intrusted our health tn tncnmiwtent ilrnirplst nr nhvsleian.s? Does this BOiJOli 800 OLIVE STREET. Opp. Past Office. M. Lonls. M. er. I-cst Msnhncd acd many other famd'ar term? are ued to designate the one condition of an endle number of yotinsr and mlddle-aged men nho are nervous TriecK and inaiinblv affected with th m ej mptom originating firm a source hroujnt about by uch a train of evil a outhful' abes. rultlnz In undeve'oprnnt of th" private nritanr, Fehic and Fnvat dls ee. Tihth ireakn ti nTrcu 3rtm nnd Impair both bodv and brain Th man nho bat dlnBardl health bv earl folly and latr oier lnr.ulsnc in sexual practlc. 'sce-lve u of alcoholic ll'iuor. continued expoure, or evn clcs connrTrent. over-work a rd worry; mav hav or or more of ueh dtr!mntal 5rnrtm Xlcht Eir.1-lon. Iv Drain. Ij in Crine. Tremature Dtecbarc, Impotrncy. No Desire. Foo- Memory. Nervous and II e ties at rlaht. No Fhylcal enduanc. notJcd by Shortns of Bifith ard e-bautlnn durimc ordinary exrcle. AVeak Back and many other Ilk Indication or faUirjr health and an untimely nd Th-ie I only one cour to purm for tho rhoe He ar beln- oarshRdo?rd bv the pen alties cf natu-". and thl I by r'ortlnjc to med ical sclnc tfcrowBh a -killed Felvlc specialist. The ojnir iran laboring In hope that h Is no- In a FrIoue condition from his boyhood follr and ncslect to ha hlmelf reced I ccmmlttlnj: a or deed In allowing hlm'Plf to follow a path that loads tn destination. If h I still practictrar the error that hi weakened eystem carnnt relt h should br all means plac hlm plf In th car of a sclfntlflc specialist ho can administer a thoroufih course of treatment that will rmoe the degnratinir effrt that Induce continuance, nial.in? the mind and body sound and healthy and th faculties complete. My Pellc method I a thorough and scientific courre of treatment which act at once upon th "Hundreds of rae.i tliroufB false delicacy ars nursing '.heir afflictions in sfcret, following the advice of ?ome local physician when ther know full well that the dcclor with whom they are treat ing does not know wlw. ne Ls trcutlnir them for The consequences of vicious or Indiscreet habits are thus fostered through a lack of frankness on ths part of the patient and a misunderstanding; on the part of the physician. A doctor who does not make a specialty ot this class of practice can bavt no conception or understanding of the many ob scure symptoms." To s.ty that any man 13 a fraul simply because he aivertises is like saying that all churches and creeds are fakes because hypo crites get among them. TsihiCureefBliodPiison, St&furi, Ntrvous Debility, reflex complications and associate diseases uu ncaAiica-s i uicw, a nave eamestlv nsrvotsa K of the best years of ray Hfe. ld a.lnTad jantages over other phjslctana In their treatment. I make no charge for private counsel and ctv each patient a legal contract In writing- to hold for my promises. If afflicted It ls your duty to investigate. If you cannot come to my effice, write na your symptoms fully. My noma treatment Is success ovtii-vij yiitaiD. 5 a a days. 10 a. be. to 13t30 p. at. or Ink Mtiiu! Ci., ST. LOUIS, HO. You . tm. wAisrTicS JT5S5,, la person. isaa.a .a 4 - Debility. Lost Maahootf. Etc!, m Tktmmmm imdiiiit. u.nmw sfasaasa aaaskdaaai ? -. " lrrllhl.S.. or mam... tZ! iSiSl P"ian Btr- ! liZZZ BTIl TSZiffZJFSZ IHBlLsis tnmM at SRaSaIiCS. T? ! lit .-&-'- .teftiaWl.Ssfcs AJS5v53?j95 -r j. afjjpaj.,ai!i&3 ;ise?-;': r-jF'j V"