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J u THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1903. A In Iff- THEA9TUALLY DO THE WORK. Ciari Eaten la Worthless l'nlraa 1)1- Bealed Some Stomach Muat . llMe Help. V t"ood taken Into the stomach which, from, the nature of the food or the condi tion of the stomach, is not digested. Is - Worse than no food at all. This Is a true "tatcment as far as It Roes and a Kie. Wftny djspeptics go only thii far with their reasoning. They arcne with thein Holves ficpiiic thrir slnmnehs do not do. tie work Riven them, they must he Kiven lewi work: in other words they must tie starved. It would be jus-t as pen fclble for a business man who 19 unable to do all his own work to cut down his buslnes to hLs own capacity n It Is for R man to Ptarve himself to relieve his Momach. The sensible business man em ploys help and goes forward with his bui Jiess. IJkcwise the penslhle dyspeptic will employ help for his .-tomaeh and give his botiv proper nourishment. Stuart's Dvspepsla Tablets actually do 10e work assigned to them. They relieve Veak and overburdened stomachs of a Krcat portion of digestive action. Their Smponent parts are Identical with those pi me uigeine nuius .-urn bvuivii'ii .n Lhe .stomach, and they simply take up the irrind and carry on the work Jut the same as a good, strong, healthy ptomath (would do It. On this account Stuart s Dyspepsia T. lu tein are perfectly natural In their action and effects. They do not caue any un natural or violent disturbance In the stomach or bowels. They themselves di gest the food and pupply the system with all the nourishment contained In what Is eaten and carry out Nature's plans for the sustenance and maintenance of the body. How much morc-penslble l this method than that emplojed bv manv sufferers from weak stomachs. l!y this mean" body and bruin Bet all the good, nutritious food they need and the man l projierly nour-If-hed and equipped to carry on his work and perform his djitle.s. He could not pos. ribly le In proper working condition by starving himelf or employing some new fangled. Insufficient food that does not contain enough nutriment for a j ear-old Tjaby. A strong man doing strong work must be proi erlv fed. and this applies to ithe brain as well as the bod. Stuart's DjFep.la Tablets, by relieving the stomach of Itf work, enable It to re cuperate and regain Its noimal health and strength. Nature repairs the wen and wasted tissues just as she heali and knits the bone of a broken limb, which Is. of ourse, not used during the process of re pair. ; Stuari's Dvspepeia Tablets are for sale bv all druggists at .VWcnt n box. and they are the one aitlcle that the druggist does not try to sell something In the place of that's "just as cood" Their iinnnnllflod "merit and success and the universal de mand for them has placed them within the i each of everv one. SCHWAB 0 BRIB L SAYS Shows Lull its .Ctiniainiiig Offer to Buy Certain Securities (if Shipyards Trust. W OUR CLAIM. "We claim two things its the liirgest makers ami retail ers of line tlotliiac in the country. "We buy the best j;ools and to the bct advantage. We manufacture under the be.t ouditiciin ns t sanitary cuii .sider.it Ions and as to economy. Those fuels, secure for you the lievt goods and the lowest reasonable l rices. FIFTEEN RETAIL STORES. TELLS OF DIVIDING STOCKS. When Ueililehein Company Was Absorbed, an Additional Jssue of ?3.0II0,(I00 Was Distrib uted to Max Pain and Others. Wedding Stationery Thoroughly correct In fonn and beautifully engraved in ac- cotdaneo with the latest dic tates of fashion, at prices con sistent Willi the exceptionally high, quality of material, anil bears the distinctive mark oL refined taste and elepauce. WhfhntehkJtutch'mson I Jewelry Company. Otl JUt-trsT St. New York. Nov. H.-Tosthmmy of s. sensational nature was Introduced at th United States Shipbuilding heatitiR. which was resumed to-d:.y. In the course of hi icdirect cs.tmina tlon or Ia'wIs Nixon, president or the Shipbuilding Company. .Mr. I'ntermcjer, counsel for the complainants, brought out from Mr. Nion the statement that of the J3.000.W) additional stock ismed wlien the company was leorganlzed to take in the Bethlehem Company. Jl.OOO.ono went to Max I'am. Jlr. Schwab's counsel, and tl.-f-W.OOO each to Mr. Nixon. Mr. Dresser and the Trust Company or the Republic, leav ing Jl.OW.OOO. the disposition or which he did not know. He did not know whether Mr. Schwab obtained it. It was also brought out that at the tint" the Sheldon reorganization plan was un der consideration. Mr. Schwab offered to purchase $100,000 bonds with the accom panying bonus of 25,000 shares common and 23,000 shares preferred stock. Issued to Mr. Nixon, for $90,000. while the market value was far loss than this. Mr. Unter meyer making the direct charges that this was in the nature of a bribe to Induce Mr. Nixon to agree to the Sheldon plan of re organization instead of the plan for an assessment of stock, which lie had previ ously advocated. The offer was shown in two letters of Mr. Schwao to Joseph H. Hoadley, dated May 26. 1908. copies of which wcie intro duced in evidence. Mr. Hoadley. It was testified, had con ducted tho negotiations with Mr. Schwab when Mr. Nixon wa endeavoring to per suade Schwab to accede to the assessment plan, and had. after the proposal, urged Nixon to accede to the Sheldon plan. Nix on said that at Hoadlcy's request he had I'lti Ml. "I think the testimony to-day shows clearly that theie ha.s been no settle ment," said Mr. ITntcrmyer at the recess. At the conclusion of the session Mr. Nixon gave on. Jcr publication a letter he had recently icctled from Jlr. Hoadley m answer to Nixon's request for conies of the correspondence between Schwab and Hoadley. EXTREMES MEET. For cold weather the Ions Swapjier Uveicoat is tiie pannetit par excellence. With plain or belted back, of meltons keiseis, beaver, and Don't miss of dvor- ciieviols, in Oxford, blacks and fancy Scotch mixtures, the chance of selecting fiont the very limt-l assortment coats that we have ever made up. $12 to $50. BOYS' OVERCOATS, in the lorn: SwaKKcr. wilh belted buck, and other new shapes ami in all the popular fabrhs. and for ajios :: years Id If!. Browning, King & Co. TEXAS BANKER ENDS HIS LIFE. . W. Khodes Escapes From San itarium at Kansas City ami Drowns Himself in Tioost Park. weio adopted, ami will lie vent to tile Municipal Assembly I'rlday night. They ale for thf Hoadiamoiit nwuu.. j-ewer No. ". estimated ccivt being J1.VW: Clarendon iiwniie sewer No fi. lo tot JS,(V), and a storm oower to connect the llrt named with the Ileur Ues I'ercs. to cost about J1.3W. CALLS EX-SPEAKER HUGHES A LIAR OVER LEMP BILL CITY ITK3IS. TO-MOrtROW will be one of the ted letter dayp of the whole vear when the CRAWFORD STORK will be closed for whole day. Don't fall to nt jourself out to-lav for the occasion with all the little Jvnlck-KiiAcks you may want in Neck wear. Glo es. Hose. Collars, Veilings, etc.. Etc William liiminlnci Acquitted. ItEPUBMC SPKCIAI.. Decatur. 111., Nov. :t.-Willlatn H. Cum mings, a race track follower, was ac quitted to-day of the charge of murdering William Swlgart, an old horseman, whom he killed In a quarrel over a woman. ummlngs's father, a wcalthv Detroit sporting man. spent much money In his son's defense. Killed Himself AVlille Hunting. REl'UBMC SPECIAL. Mount Vernon, III, Nov. 24. While John Jeffrey was hunting yesterday he acci dentally shot himself hi the head. Just above the eyes, causing Instant death. Jlr. Jeffrey was 2i years old. Cnrreanundcnce Pnpern. Scotch Tweed is a very fashionable and elegant correspondence paper. Tarkio i the latest note size. Eox of 2i sheets and envelopes. JOc. Calumet, a stylish letter size. Box of 24 sheets and envelopes. 75c. MEIUIOD & JACCAltD'S, Broadway ond Locust. SCHULTZ FOLLOWED DUCK TO HIS NEIGHBOR'S YARD. Mcndrcvr Acquitted. itEPunuc si'i:ci.u. Vinccnnes. Ind.. Nov. 2t. A jury In tha Circuit Court acquitted George McAndrew of the charge of murder after being out Jess than thirty minutes. McAndrew shot and killed Hoy Beard last October. Cured of Asthma After Years of Terrible Suffering. Mary JoscphlneBczy, Floyd Knob, Ind., writei: "Alter suffering untold agonies Tor 32 years from Asthma, I was cured by SchifTmann's Asthma Cure. I used to bo so bad thatlcould not move wlthouthelp.but I can now do all my own work.' Another Writes: "My little boy7 years old has been a sufferer for several years, some times so bad off t hat wo cou Id not bold him to bed, expecting any moment for him to Breathe bis last. Doctors did him no good ind tre had almost given up in despair, when through arcident we heard of Schlff snwm's Asthma Cure, tried it and It dmoat Instantly relieved him." Mrs. D.G Harris; Elbow J'. O., Va. Sold by all druggists at 50c and J1.00. Prefers ClinrKrs of J.nrcniy Asainst Chorlen roblinan and Ceorgr Ilneusser. Because one of twelve ducks which were missing returned to the home of Adam Schultz. No. 30U0 Neosho street, Monday and when followed went back to its com panions at tho home of Charles I'ohl man. No. 4S67 South Broadway, warrants were Issued yesterday charging JJohlman and George Haeusser of No. 2906 Neosho stieet. with burglary In the second degree and larceny. Schultz appcaied at the Four Couits yes terday and explained the case to Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Dalton. lie said: "The ducks were shipped to me by a friend. Haeusser, who Is an expressman, brought the ducks, to my house Sunday morning. My suspicion was niousoil bv his action, so I took special pains to nail up the door of the coop. In spite of mv efforts the ducks had disappeared when I awoke Monday morning. "Yesterday afternoon, however, one of the ducks came back into the yard. I de cided to watch it and see what It would do. After the duck had been In the yard a. few minutes it went out Into the nllev. I followed It and It led me to Pohlman's house, where I heard other ducks quack ing. Then I called the police." PASSENGER ENDS HIS LIFE BY LEAPING FROM TRAIN. PILES, FISSURE, ITCHING, i FISTULA, BLEEDING, RECTAL ULCER, ETC. PILES Cured wlihont rurtlc-nt operation. Cures guar anteed. All protruaine stopped In one or two treatment. Do not continue to suffer when ou can be cured without an operation. Con sultitlon free. Call or write, lncloilnx So tamp, for 3-page Uooklct on Rectal Disease!. rR. M. NEY SMITH, Specialist, 800 Olive Street, St. Louis. Offlcft hoars 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays. 9 to ioa a. m. (j) SOMETHING NEW .j35j Wonderful Discovery la Phonographic Art. A Record that won't break or wear out. ZJoud, clear, beautiful tone. Only record chanjfKl cheap. lOc at More, 15c by maiL Ttill line Talklnr Machlnei and DIM Record, unrest price, Cah and Installment Repairing a specialty at moderate price. LAMBERT HEC0R.D CO.. 810 FRASKI.1X AVENUE. THE BREITLING, I m X BROADWAY. UpsUlrs. SpecUl Table D'Hote Thursday. Nov. 26, from 12 to 8:30 A la Carte Service at all Hours. NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH F. FARISM, IT. LOCU REPUBLIC BCIUHXO. Tel. Bell Malm 3Ss; Ktaloeh A 673. .Tfilin Teniiilrton of llnmholilt. yF1,.. CommlU .Suicide Hrirankc of AVur- r.v Over I'lnnnrlnl Affair". fclilcago. Kor. 24. John Tomplelun of ilurnlioldt, Xcb., a passenger on tlio fast Burlington train from Kansas City, "duo In Chicago to-day. committed suicide ljy jumping- from the steps of ono of the coaches -while the train was going nt full speed near Chllllcolhe. Mo. Mr. Templeton's sister and daughter, who wcro on the train, had Just retired when Tcmpleton middenly rushed forward through the aisle and threw lilmelt from a front olatform. He was In 111 health, largely the result ot worry over business troubles, and was much depressed. Imagining that he was, about to be arrested. Hls trip to Chicago was for the purpose of visiting relatives. Barbarous Surgical Operation l'ur Ibe Cure of lllr 1 not only Intensely painful, danger ous to life and very expensive, but In tho light of modern medical research, and since the discovery of tho Pyramid Pile Cure, wholly unnecessary. If you have any doubt on this point kindly read the following letter from one who knows that the claim, regarding the merits of tho Pyramid Pile Cure are borne out by facts: "For a long time I suffered with blind piles. They gave me so much pain and uneasiness that they almost disqualified me for doing anything. I saw an ad in the. Atlanta Journal of Pyramid Pile euro and ordered a 60-cent box. I used them and they gave me relief: that encouraged ine and I bought another BO-cent box and they cured me. Oh. how glad that I am well again! "The Pyramids cured me and I am satis fied they will euro anybody else who is suffering as I was. If they will use them. You may use this In any way you see proper. If my experience will encourage any sufferer to ue your Pyramids I shall be glad." H. K. HICKS. Calhoun, Ga. The Pyramid Pile Cure is sold by drug gists for 50 cents a package and Us merit is so well known that the sales exceed those of nil similar remedies combined. ,,v,Tite. Pyramid Drug Co.. Marshall, Mich., for their little hook on the causes and cure of piles, which Is sent free for the asking. ItKPL'lSLlC SI'KCIAI. Kansas City. Mo.. Xti. 21. J. W. Ithodes, a banker and wealthy business man of Navasota, Trs., left the private sanitarium of Doctor John I'unton. at Thirtieth street and Jjdla nvrnnp. yester day afternoon and committed suicide by di owning himself In the lake in Troost I'ark. The body was found at 7 o'clock this morning by Alec Claik, one of the nurses at the sanitarium, who spent the night In searching for the missing patient. Khodes left the sanitarium jesterday af ternoon about 3 o'clock. Ho went to Thir-tv-tirst street and L,dia avenue, and there threw himself In front of a Thirty-first strett elect! ic car. The motorman saw Rhodes jump and lowered the car fender in time to catch his body and prevent him from being seriously injured. I.ate Rhodes made a similar attempt to take his life at Twenty-ninth street and Troost avenue, but the car was stopped before U stiuck him. NO RIGHT ON PRIVATE CAR. Ji. II. Murphy Fined for ltefusing (o CSet Off. Judge Tracy yesterday morning decided that B. H. Murphy of No. 3447 Lawton avenue had no right to insist upon riding on one of the Transit Company's private cars, and was guilty of disturbing the peace when he refused to get off the car. Conductor Charles Vaughan testified that he was tunning a private car on Olive street on No ember 13 to take a paitv from the Planters to the Worlds r.-,i. n-ronntf T t , snid that Murnliv cot on the platform and refused to get off when toid that the car was for pilvate use onlv. Vaughan then said that he called a policeman, who arrested Murphy. Murphv stated that several regular car passed him and as he was in a, hurry to gel downtown he got on the green' ear and Insisted upon riding. Judge Tracy flned him J5. but remitted It. Take Thanksgiving Dinner at the New Hamilton Hotel. One dollar: children half price. Served 1 to a p. in., aim evening C to 9. JUDGE ON RACE QUESTION. Says Higher Classes Do Xot Ad vocate Shotgun 1'olicy. Savannah. Gn.. Nov. 24. In the United States Court Edward J. Mcltce. Frank McRee and William -McRee of Yaldosta entered a plea of guilty to thirteen In dictments charging them with peonnge, and Judge Speer sentenced them to pay a fine of H.OOJ in two of the cases and sus pended sentence in the others. The fines will be paid. In sentencing the McRees, Judge Speer said that. In discussing the race question in the South, "some talk wildly and ex travagantly of the shotgun policy, but they do not represent the higher classes of the South.'' EjCElns.es or Spectacles Perfectly adjusted to the needs of your ejes by Dr. Howl or Dr. Montgomery, ex pert opticians, at MKUMOD JACCARD'S, H roadway and Locust. TURKEYS ARE PLENTIFUL. Some Farmers Holding Fowls Hack for Higher Prices. ItBTCIIMC SPECIAI- Columbia, Mo.. Nov. U. Reports re ceived by the secretary of the Missouri State Hoard ot Agriculture Indicato that there Is a good crop of turkeys in Mis souri tills year, equally as many as there were lat. Some of the farmers, however. are holding their turkeys for higher prices Christmas. All over the State the farmers are re ceiving 10 cents a pound for the fowls. BEST MALLEABLE l?M AN0 STEEL RANGES EARTH. AllKlinl Mrliiiocj er Crtu IUdtt-d H n 3l-ttliigr of tlir Committee on I'tiltlle Improicmciils. The He was passed at the heating Wore the Committee on Public Improements of the Council vesterda In tr.c matter of vacating Thirteenth -trjt from Cherokee street to ISrondwav for the benefit of the William J. l.emp Brewing Company. August Stelnmeyer, a South Broadway hardware merchant, made the charge while ex-Speaker Hughes of the House of Delegates was speaking for the passage of the Mil. Stelnmeyer took exception to otne of Hughes's arguments and he branded them as a He. Chairman Markham of the committee, the other members of which arc Rolfes and Newell, rapped for order, and said he would adjourn the hearing at the next outbreak of that kind. Considerable feeling was shown at the meeting bv those opposing the vacation of the street. Charles Krone, attorney for the brewery, and ex-Sneaker Hughes, both urged the passage of the bill. Among thoe who spoke ngalnt it were Doctor F. . Wesseler. August Stelnmev cr. rrank Felner and John C. Lehrman'n. who Is In the grain business at Thirteenth and Withnell streets. WAGING STEADY CAMPAIGN. Yates Will lie Absent From Springfield All Week. iikpchmc srKci.u. Sprlngllcld. HI.. xov. :t.-Governor Yates began another Invasion of the northwestern counties of the State to-day, beginning in Jo Daviess and ending Satur day night in Rockford. Thursday, befng inaiiKsgiMng, will be an open date. Tills week's dip was originally arranged for two weeks ago. but when his voice failed him he transferred tho Itinerary to this week. His dales this week are ius follows: Tues day afternoon. Warren; Tuesday evening. Galena. Jo Daies"s County: Wednesday morning. Stockton. Jo Daviess Countv"; Wednesday evening, Freeport. Stephenson County: Thursday. Chicago: Friday morn ing, w Inston : Friday afternoon, lnn, Stephenson County; Frld.iv evening. Mount Carroll, Carroll County: Saturday morning, Pccntonica. Winnebago County: Saturday evening, Rockford. Next week he will not lie on tho road, spending tho time in Springfield. TO BE BURIED IN NASHVILLE. Funeral of Mrs. M. A. Cooke, SS Years Old. The funeral of Mrs. M. A. Cooke, who died at the home of her daughter at No. 4233 Washington boulevard Monday night, took place yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Doctor J. W. Lee of St. John's M. TJ. Church. South, of which church Mrs. Cooke was a member, ofntiatcd. The body was taken to Nashville. Tenn.. last night for burial. Her dnath followed a general decline, resulthlg from a fall lust Septem ber. Mrs. Cooke, who was SS years old. was the granddaughter of Thomas Shores, a soldier in a Virginia regiment in the Revo lutionary War. She was born in Bucking ham County. Virginia. Her husband was Watson M. Cooke, a wholesale shoe dealer of Nashville. He died in 1177. Since that time she has mud- her home with Mr" jcuwaiu . iewis. ner oniy uatignter. For Sale by Write for Booklet. SIMMONS HARDWARE CO., Broadway and St. Charles. F. McliltTerlt' F. I,. Sfhmili Wm. MllfeM American S. urn. i. A. .Mueller Win. Fetkcrt lvraatx &. llro Sonuer t Teller. . . 1-1 I . Ilriiiiilvrn,:. -O-I '. Ilrmtdntty lf 17 V. Hriimlvn .i;tir V. Fourteenth . . ..Mntlt jiikI AVttftli ntK. . .2!Hl.) S. .letTernou ne. !M1S S. I'onrlh nt. r,"(M KiiMton ne. V'imclrr & KlnteiiiiinUer. Frel .Mueller .Ion. Mtineeiinwt X. llro... , -I. II. AottebroU Win. I. Iloelil ... IMil! Klein Mitt it tS. Venter . . ...IHKE V. KrnmliTii?. J T:tl S. .Mntli nt. ..'tl17 Me rum po nt. 201 nllli!ir' Mt. . ...r.l1.1 $. Hrnnclvrny ...... .501 Dodler nt. , 18S.1 5. Thirteenth nt. MAJESTIC MFG. CO., 2014-2020 morgan street. Chicago Excursion Going November 25, $6.00 Good in Coaches. lssjjftjlr Returning Nov. 27. $7.50 Good Anywhere. Complete information, City Ticket Office, 308 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. I 1 EARLY MAPS OF CITY SHOWN IN TRIAL OF SCHOOL CASES. APPEALS BENNETT WILL CASE "Widow's Counsel Objects to Pro bate Court's Decree. Xcw Haven, Conn.. Xov. H. Couniel for the widow- of Phllo S. Bennett to-dny filed an appeal t the SnperiorCourt appealing from the decision of Probnte Jndfre Clcae lantl regarding certain portions of the wili of Mr. llcmielt. Tho appeal i taken from section 12 ot the will, which refeis to the sealed letter providing for a. gift of $33,000 to IV. J. Bryan and family; also from the sections providing- for trust funds of $10,000 each to be administered by Mr. and Mrs. Bryan for scholarships and prizes In colleges, and from the section nominating Mr. Bryan as executor of the will. BIDS FOR NEW CITY HALL Improvement Board Finds Some Within the Limit. Bids were opened for the second time by the BoaTd of Public Improvements yesterday for the work of completing the New City Hall, and some, of them wcro below the appropriation of $150,000. There wero sis bids, and the lowest is $147,- Ffl. Thn hide wh.a vAforVflrl tn ih fnm- -.... .., ...... .....u . .-.. i mlttee on Presidents' Department, and I bumed, will be passed upon at tho next meeting or $800. or tne board. The drafts of threo sei DOCKERY AND BAILEY MEET. Governors Exchange Flesisuntrics at Southern Hotel. Governor Alexander M. Dockery of Mis souri and Governor Willis J. Bailey of Kansas met In the lobby ot tho Southern Hotel yesterday afternoon. Governor Bailey had not seen Governor Dockery for several months, not slnco tha Missouri executive had been deprived of his beard. Therefore Governor Bailey didn't at flrst rccognlzo the clean-shaven Dockery. "You look ten yearn younger without the beard," Mid Governor Mailer. "Thank vou. thank jou." SHld Governor Dockery Th Governors! shook hands very cordially. Governor Bailey suggeted that they go over into the corner away from the reporters and talk. And talk the Governors did. ARRESTED ON MURDER CHARGE Neosho Saloonkeeper Held for Death of Fanner. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Neosho, Mo., Nov. 21. John Culkin, who was found lying unconscious in front of the Corn Exchanges Friday evening, died at his homo east of town yesterday with out having regained consclou'tess. At the inquest latt night the Coroner'3 jury held E. II. Herrel, proprietor of the saloon, responsible for the death. Herrel was arrested to-day, charged with murder In the second degree, and placed under a bond of $3,000. Jillllii I'ltruiHii Tcntlftra n t linn of inul Ilnr ir Mnln .Mrrct. Julius Pltzmau was the principal witne yesterday in the test cases on trial In Division No. 1 of tho Circuit Court, in the litigation brought by the School Hoard for possession of property in North St. Louis on the river front. Pitzni.ni stated that he lias been engaged as a surveyor and engineer since ISflii. He was captain of surveyors under General Sherman during the Civil War. Artcr the war he engaged In business In St. l.oul. He Identified maps of North St. Louis which he made. The maps include the property in controversy. He was guided in making the maps by old United Statts surveys, and a map made about 1(37. There was n hand bar In the river In the early das. li.i said, about 400 feet from Main street. Ho said the river at the point Is now about 1.000 feet from Main street. The contention of the, School Board If that the property which lias been formed was made bv accretions from the river, nnd that uml'T the law it should he used for the benelU of the public whooN. Captain Edward Callahan and Captain 1. Paiker. ol.l rlvcrmen. testified in re sard tu the condition of the lixer in enily c'ajs ,-uiil the location of the channel op posite whole the propel ty lic-. Much of the cmut' time wa taken up 111 examining dpcunrnitary evidence and in nrcumenls by th attorneys of objec- tlono to the admission of certain matter as evidence. WALKER INDORSED FOR JUDGE. ABSORPTION, IRRIGATION AND DIGESTION THE ONLY CURE FOR STRICTURED MEN. A method tlmt uriiaratr the fllirc of Mrlctare. dlgefttv nnd pHM them froit-. the en nit I. lniturdlnfely reduce Jnflnm- J mntlon, tfiviutf Instant relief from thi tortnrlnjr mlirry of palnfnl nnd dif ficult nrlnulion irlthout algm of Itlood the ent hit of pnln or an ojw fNTornble bj mp torn thcrenfter, nnd leaving the canal n natural n -vrheu horn. Mr mfthwl ot curlnr Stricture In all its starfi Ij bi IrrlRatlon and DIxMlon, -which absorbs the subntanca tlia.1 contipctt the cicatrix, orfibmui formation, to tha a the Stricture N removed In Fhred-Iikt particle, leaving th canal entirely Iree and unobntruct-d. If It li Inor ganic Stricture, commonly called chronic gonorrhea. o Klet. tith discharge and spasmodic tension. dUA to u. severe Inflammatory condition. I reduce thr Inflamma tion at once: discharges, irritation, painful and frequenft urination are stopped immediately, and aoon the canal hen Is. resuming a perfectly natural condition. By re moving all the Inflammation In the entire ftenltourI nary system, my treatment cures tha severe compllca tlons with the kidneys, bladder and prostate eland that usually arise from neglected stricture, and uhen I dis miss a case, not a aljm of the disease ecr aprars. yii CLItK. .Ml l . nvery patient N (then a written Runrantce to refund "very dollatf pnld for senlcf in a stated length of time it ther do not receie a complete, lifelong cur9 and entire Kitltfactlun. nnd a dtposlt of Jl.iW.o0 has been made in a trust company of SU IniW tn secure any ccrtract that Is not fulfllled. t'onnnlfatlon 1'ree, t'onttUentlal and Invited, llh at offlce and by corrrsrond rne. scre!ful t rent men t by mall. Ternn are always made to hult th convenience of any ona uppljlng for treatment, and very reasonable charges. Do not treat el?enhere until you havl iincstlcntfM my mcthcdi and terms. Offlco hours during the e;k: S a. m. to S p. m.; Sun da j", U to 1. CIIAS. A. nilKF. 31. !.. 81 Olive Street, St. Lonln, Mo. nurllnston Itulldln?. Hlrectlr OnocltA l?otith Side of I'cet Office. RaaKv' -rV;i:;- H riM,paaj?iBaai CIIAS. A. DUFF, M. D. 1 nm it Strlctnrp 5perlnll A'oln l'rc-telitioiix "Cnre All." Howard County Unr Associiitiou Adopts Kesnlutions. Ri:l'L"ULIC SPHCIAT.. Fayette. JIo., Xov. 2i. The attoincysor Howard Connt" met nt the Courthouse In Fnyetto yesterday and organized the Howard County Bar Association. Snm C. Major waa elected chairman and J.i?pcr Tliompson spcrctary. A conimltteo ccmpo'od ot A. AV. -Walker, Sam C. Ma;or and O. S. Barton vns appointed to oraft resolutions on tho death of Judfrc John A. Hockaday. The memhers of tho board derided that the November term or Circuit Court Ptnnd ad journed until the April tenn. 1P01. The association then adjourned to meet to-tlay to seloi t some member hosu namo should ho presented tn Governor Dorkcry for appointment as Circuit Jndgo to nil the vacancy canted by the death of Judge Hock.-ul.iy. To-day. by unanimous vote of tho a-o-ciatloii. Jlr. A. XT. W.Uker. City Attorney or l'Vettc, was indorsed for the position and tho secretary nai ordered to tele graph the association's action to Gov ernor Dockery. Fire In Ncvrspnper Office. r.ErUELIC SPECIAU Mount Vernon, 111., Nov. 24. The Daily Register ofllce was damaged by flro this morning about 3 o'clock. The flames were discovered In the. business-room. The subscription and cash books, besides many wuurs uuu pnvuic papci 111. vuiue, were air. aeeu places nis loss at J600 Thn loss to the bulldlnir Is nhmtt $500. Althoui-h badlv hRndicaDDed- ih ordinances Itcglster was Issued as usual. ON THE BATTLEFIELD AGAIN. San Juan Hero Imagined He Was Fighting While He Was Dying. nnruBLic special Chamois, Mo., Nov. ;i Alley Brown, a soldier of the Spanish War. died here to day. His broken health resulted from standing for hours in trendies filled with water before Santiago. On that occasion ho was very conspicuous for his act of bravery In the march up San Juan IIM. While dying to-day he Imagined ho was on the San Juan battlefield charging on the Spaniards and driving them before him. Army- Transfers. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 24. Orders have been js-oucm Hum diujy iiuautjuiiriuiM 1U1 11 I removal of Companies C and I. now sta- I Honed at Port Niobrara, to Fort Des MuliiPK. They -nill rellev.. the detachment of the l'ouith anil Kightli Cavalry, now on duty .it Foit Des Moine". on December 1 and will garrison the new pom until he arrival at that place of the Klevenlh In-fantiy. Tnn HrlilKfn Ililrnnl. ItnlTISMI" SI'IX'MI. Carboudiilp. 111.. Nov. 21. Tratnc been temporarily suspended oer ri s the Hecvesvlllp branch of the Illinois Central loud owing to the burning of two bridge thi" morning. The tires are believed ta have been the result of lncendiari'ts. A Ynnnar Called tn Ylrxlnlii. 111. nni'itnue speciau Virginia. 111.. Nov. 21. Elder Young of Txlncton, Kj-., has been called to thl patorate of the Chandlervllle Christian Church. He will fill tho pulpit Sunday. Mr. Smith Wlbriae.of tM) place, who wis io afflicteil with her throat for orer two years that she conld not apak anove a waiiper. aiMr he ntrd the Drtt bottla of Dr.Rell'i PiNi-Ti- IIoXET. could talk as well as erer. and ths ease la anch awonder fnl euro that her neignoora come In to lee ber for tfaem- tlrei. and are at- tonitbed to hear Dertaik I). WILSON CSUIf. Drnntita. Klmbla, 1 writ, this letter fcecanM 1 bellere ;on hare mad. m dlscorery In a consti. cold, throat and Inns Tamed? that tbe peo ple ought to bate. I refer to Dr. Bell'a Pisi-TXB-HoKaT. I bare thnroaflllr tatlM It and know Ita merit. Ji cures. Anr on. who Ter needa a remedr of thla kind noma nerer d wlthoat Dr. Bell'a PlNS-TiB- IIONIT. JEHRT M. PORTBB, Clinton, "VJEUNTXrVG-! DR. BELLS PINE-TAR-HONEY is a scientific, prescription, carerany prepaxea iron the parot and best ingredients, consequently the moat costly cough medicine on the market. In buying DR. BELL'S nH&iAK-nvnci juujci mm six oorio aaa man don lor 25 etna uun you ao ot any other, but the drutnrut's h jtalt Tli mf i.. - - j i-M.-. t jiuuhwioB. iiioiciuio 9ui0v urureiB.s mxc cunning J j porsuauiuK uow t,uBMiuicra mj tray iqh waiCO lo inora means greater proni. uurrT YOU DO iT. Demaaa fWiiilfr DR BELL'S WHE-TAR-HOHEY. tako no substitute fflggg WaHjSBH f r- HgSiB ' irtmaB - 3' ..2 Maa5Stet) aj.i j)Jto&.ftMs.-rf-&i Vi-'i t25iSrf v rW- .)' Is.-,-? . - i-lf ,"U $-i s-mayj.''s7V"-?f-.-"i1 A.ff.- -j.i',M t , isi'tliis- r. ta ,.