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i. 1' f - Ji ' L i.J i . l V .i- Clean linen, clean, pure food and per sonal cleanliness arc important requi sites in the healing of the sick. On account of its puritv. Ivory So:id is the best for the ward and operating room as well as for the hospital kitchen and laundry. It has been examined for germ life by microscopists and chemists and found to be free from impurities, and is now in use in hos pitals., training schools and for general medical and surgical work, where the finest soap is require U'li"" I'rwyvrj twntua2z&r2sEurnrr?rT'rttrrfr,rvTr t MOTHER GENERAL AGATHA BURIED. Fuiu-r;il Took Placo at Sifters of St. Joseph Convent and Inter ment Was in Nazareth. Mor than a hundn.nl and fifty nuns, and lifty prints, as well as many frifnds of the Sinn? of St. Jo-H-ph. attend! the funeral of the Kevert-nd Mother Agatha, general of the ordr. in tho mother hnuse at Pennsylvania avniui' and K m-a street yesterday mot mm; at 5 o'clork. After the sermon by Father T.iIImii ami th mass led by Archbishop (ilt-mion had 1-en finished, the colim wan borne dwn the Ions .corridor,, of , the jromvut-by six women, who had ben Mother Agatha's dear-?! friends. Ilehlnd th coflln came the s.s-i-r- tf the older. Kach lun a lighted eti.JI and thny softly chanted a funeral dug-. Ue hind them came th prit-sts and others of the audience. The body was placed In a hoarse, the listers entered carriage!-, and the Inn; jnurmy to the Pisters of fit. J.'-eph coun try place, Xai.areth, Mx mils away, wab Uvun. ine envo was bb'Sed. the last .rvice trad, and the body committed to earth. Th mass of requiem at the convent was wild ny AichbiMioi J. J- Gleunon. Father i:ernardlr,e. O. I M. was the arch deacon. J-'athtr Connolly the deacon of honor, and Kather McDonald tlie ubdeacon of honor. The Arejibisltop uis activelv assisted in the mass by 1-ather Asmuth, C. M.. dea con; Kather Uoolev. subdeacou; leather Al. S. Ir nn in. iir-n master of rt remonies. and Father I'. I. Crane, second master if The pallbearers weie Mother Seraphine of St. Paul. Mother Mary John of Troy. Mother iyiyohi. DepMe. Wis... Mothers Justine. Julia and Uguori. Archbishop Ireland was expected to at tend, but was preented by illness. He !-!it a mwace of condolence. Similar mesases were received at the convent fmm the heads of all reliou communi ties, both men and women, of tlie entire country. Among the priests w1t attended was Father J. V. CarriKati of Denver, Coin. The Sisters of St. Joseph liave taucht in his school from its founding, and lie was a elose friend of Mother Abulia. Father "i:saek of Winchester, III., whose slter was a member of the order and who was buried hre a week ago. was another prirst from afar. Sisters were present from Kansas City, Chllllcothe. Sedalia, itrookfleld. Museogre, Chicago. ;reen Hay. Wis.. Oconto, wis., and many towns of .Michigan. The service at the crave was conducted by Father Iareho. the resident chaplain. He was assisted by Father McDonald. Kather Cooney. Father Healy of Sed.ilia, the K?verend Father Provincial of the Franciscan Fathers, Father Hernardine, O. F. M.; Father Francis O. F. M., and Father Timothy, O F. M Mother Agatha was re-elected Mother Oeneral of the Sistets of St Joseph a vear ago last Max. Her term wa to liae hen for -'T year- No ono wbl be ftiiiM-n to take her pla e until the expira tion of thf term In the meantime the duties of the Mother General will b administered by bBBaYllllB'SK&vCs? Conld Xot Tnlk. Mrs. Smith Wnlbridce.cf this place, who vil o Etntcti wlthber throst for oyer two yetrsthnt Bhe could not speaU aboTO a whisper, after Rhe uied the HrRt bottle ofDr.Bell'i Pixe-Tar- IIon'et, could talk as well as ever, and tho eae Is such a wonder ful anre that her neighbors come tn to ea her for them selves. ut are as tonished to tear nertaii 4SOK, PnlCKlBUl, Kimble. Kt. : fair "Vi7"ji.Krx33a"a-1 DR. BELL'S Piii-TAR-MEY la a scientific, prescription, carcf ally priparcd f .-. the nure t and best insredient-: consequently too nl"xirJl "'"K" mmioiic un inc marssi. in Duyinjr UK. litil.1. riMZ'tmi -,,..- ..VUJ.-C, ti lor 25 ceais uo you uo 01 prontn ie. inereiuro nuai x nrav persuauiiiK iiihi vua.u.uc. iu uai Liu. kiucii 10 menv means greater profit. DOVT VOU D31T. Dcmsad &&& OR. BELL'S PIHE-TAR-iiOKEY, rKmrYjmnr-Mmr 1 riVTHiaWlyv rwparrtlMljhy thf n.C8atbrU ffgggfiftSft d. p. "r" x'tn "5V-H; -T2J th Keerend Mother CIopzi ant Mother General. :a. the aM:-t- i.iutiki: o ti:mi'i:.m k. Nit li mi a I President Will Speak lit 'third Il.MHit bnreJi. Cva Marshall Shontz, preidtnt of the Young People's Temperance I'nion of EVA MAIIPHAI.I, PlldNT. Temperance worker, who will le. tun- ;it the Tllir.l Il-ipti-t t'hunh Sn:i.. i. America, will U't'ne Snnrl:t afr.iii'tin ..t l:"M at the Thinl i;;ir1 it ''nn.h. I'.i.o.l and Wa--hinf;t.n avt'inif- T.ne -uhi.Ml of ll.-.- discourse will he "Who Kt!I. .1 Joe'. Uah." Mi--. Sic i tz 1-. said to hne .i rt m lik able voice ali'l .leliveri. . :'li'l h. I efi'eiis in the teniuenmce lint ha. :ilw i.v- home fruit, her friends say. Sunday niuht :he wiii lecture at Ie S' Ivouis City Mission. No. 14 Noit'i Seventh ttrcet. liilek Kc-llly nIo Iteeorile.t. George J. Wanstrath yesterd.i- mid for Christian Niemeier of Colunilii.i. Ill . Nim. 372l-24A-5i-aiA Klons-.int .iveiue . All suhstaiitia'Iv built two-story and .it tio brick buildhiRs for four famili-s. f.mr looms each and garret room and ,kisi merit, nice laundrie. Adjoimas; tin. a nice three-story mansion. Xo. n72 Ploi issint avenue. havinK ten lirge rooms. Krinitoid cellar, fine bathroom, hot and col. I water, pranitcid drivewas. with a two-story btick stable and carrlace house, lot 7r f et front by a depth of !". feet to an all. y This is known as the old re-idence ef Schwaltz. the North St Iuw Klevator proprietor. Thir. prop erty was lifted bv Charles Niem. ier of the P. hultz-Nlem.'ier 'ouimi'-'ion I'om I .mv. on Moud i. with instrueti.in to -ell at once It Thur-.l.iv Mr Wan strath had e.irnest monev up on miiic .m i ml i slme t.. Mr V.irn mrf and wife f. r ' .i") cash. The) I. eilit for an in vest men. non. Jpitj 3F. Porter I writrthn letter bpcaci9 I behen jo haTPinrte a dlpceivprr in n p.iieh, cuM, throat ftnd lung remedy thnt the ieo pie oujrht to hare I reiVrtoIir Kell'oIMNr- 'I aii-Honev 1 have Ihorouplily tested tt and know Us merit. ll rur" Any "ne irlio pcr riHeds a remedy of this kind should never be wttnout I)r Iiell'i Tinf-Tak llovrv. JHKHT M. l'OUTER. Clinton , Ky. m,i tt tuna; auu more aoses any otner, nut the druggist's iinieists nrc cunningly tako no substitute BHl!?!t.c Co FaBt!n Tart, Pftieali, Ky. y . ...... fy tpr !-i i '- ' A. . ,m, ..-.. A - .. .. A -s S-1 yi&A & jK&zsis. S A',vvVTdv s ttPi&3&vSitiit S y-TffTr.vvF THE REPUBLIC: PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN STUDY ELECTRICITY AT POWER PLANT. . 1. .t, . .- -. .. .:-. .. . . - ' ' " ' !S&lifiSiSiilii(iJaHiABd rhililron of tin- pisliih jr:nli f( Hii IJlior School who cxainiin'il the I'ninii I plant yotinlay. Thtv wen- iirMinip:inicl by W V. Wallers. Tin- principal, ami ami wre photorapheil for the Worlds l-'air exhibit. Tho work of rrop.nrinc tho oxhiliit of tho St. Iiuis public schools for tho 1 World's Fair is Koine rapidly forward, and the photitxrarher. o. TT. Inoj u!u i- making manv nf T It !iitn-rn;'hl'- ( :!-it-- : nuw ai i:npa-imc tli- hi!l"-!i f : rti the .ui. r- . ho.il- ,i t: .u--i..-til. if u-'l ii l-lt to in-.mi -; il oni :rih. tr: i! .ii'-tit'itioi.'. I KILLS HIMSELF CASE WAS Charles V. I'niiii' ('(iminitt.-d Suicide at His Ilutjier Street Ilesi (ienee While Wife Waited for Him in the Court of Criminal Correction, Where He Was to Answer a Charge of Theft. Mentally unbalance.! beoai"-e of the dis-pr.ic- which he had brought uoon him--elf. CliarleJ W. Crane committed suicide at hi residence. No. 15X1 Rutpcr street. --t. rd...- afternoon, at the hour his trial w.1-. eaii.d in tho Court of Criminal Cor-iteti-.n. i h.ere he had promised to meet Ilia Ml' at 1 o'clock. Ci..:ic w.,s a A'ale graduate and sales man lie was arretted on a charge of sUa'iujj S47 from the safe of the Powell Engines:' Supply Company. No. W North Sfo:id -tr' t. where ho hud desk room. He admitted taking the money, but claimed that he did not intend to keep it. W'l.. :i i '.,i lie's ase was called a search w.i- i"..-titi-d for him. It was thought that ;. .' -- somewhere about the Four Couit- as he had an appointment to meet his vi: in the courtroom. .Mi.-, ('.- n.e .-aid that she had left her hu&b..ud it T. -ith and Market streets at 10 o'. I. .. k lie Sf.tid.that Jje wa coins to look i ! a man who would sicn ius bond in th ci i that lie was bound oer to tlie liia nl Juiy. Mi.. i'iaiie went to the Four Courts and. as it ati.i.irds developed. Crane went h'.me i..i. a message to his wife .lay ing t!i. l le had decided to end ids life. and th.-n w.nt into the basement and hied a : II. . through his right temple. Crane had a lo-year-old daughter, who Is attending -chooi. He knew that she would rt.icli homo shortly alter 1 o'clock, so on the front door of tho house he pinned the following note: "Do n. it enter house alone, as vou may be ternbly shocked by what you llnd." The hole girl saw this note, so instead of cm. ring- the houm .-he went to a fnerd next door T' i- friend, surmising j !! bid triii-pir.-.l. lelephen. .1 to th. j r-.ui ' ' art H.-fele I'.e 111.--.) ach. d J'i'lg HAPPENINGS it! ILLINOIS CITIES H TOWNS, SGHAEFER HEIRS SUE FOR DAMAGES Claim That Keatiii-r Admims-teied J iy VocU"ni",cr Caused Mental l)erano( meiii ,,f Farmer. Heirs of ilcim Schaefer. Sr . yesterday filed suit in the Circuit Court at lielleville for ST..0O-) damages against Allchael VO'I linger. alleging that because of a heating S'hatler ieceiv"d at the hands of Voel Iur4er. his mind became deranged and he toininlttxl "-u'cWe as a result. The S.'l'aefer and Voellinger farms ad loiit ibout thiee miles ea'-t of lielleville. Kjrlv li-t .May a potato patch on the .i-'llinger farm btiincil. Voellinger al '. it tiiat S.haefer had set fire to the i. .tat, i p.tch and demanded romuneia i..,i. lor tl: tmtatoes lust, whicli he valued i J7. S'harfr denied that he had any- i , i" Mo with ttie lire anil retuFeu to p i the damag. ". S hi-lc ,n.il VoHlincor, wlio were both i, ih-ir itics. met on M:i 1! and a filit fM,loVtil a quarrH. St-Iiarr was Ii.e il wcMh! and his rrlatlvps aserlel ih.il V. llinr;t r used a hkkory stick. h-Htinc hi- upponetit on tho hrad with it. The In a tine. it I alh-mJ. rausul Sch.u fT t his hi mind, and on May 25 he mimttMi sulfide by takins an owrdo-e of ran! Kin. At tho .nqwft. which was hold tho fol Ir.winj; da. tin foroncr'K inn- loturncd a ord(ft of suicide, the result of an over doc of runs sm it. taken while ohaefer was temporarily dorans"d, the ileninge irfnt beim; duo to injuries rfcelied in an tm ounter with Michael Voellinger. ( mi.MKrin i. ri,i nnniiiTi:i. IiiieniEon of Oraiii;:it Ion In to A t.Itt riltilU- I in irnc tu cnl. tflandinK commit too? were selected at the meeting of the lielleville Commercial Club Monday ninht. The purjo" f the chit) In 1001 Is to co-OD"r.ite with the city admlnibtratlon in the public impiovcmeuts winch have been fostered under Mayor Kred J. Kern. The roster of the commit teos; is a follows; !temtt"rhip I II- Wanpelin. chairman: H. M I)(tt(w, A KreU-.. tl II Wllderman. IJin.1 Kohl, Grorse Itaun-hkolb. 1M Uc-opold. ItnilPnids-GforK ! Itogeis. chairman. IVt?r FfMnT. I K W.'iiiKPlin. 1". boo HarrSfron. 1. N Murvii. W 1 U'sno'rs, Kdwanl Abend. Jr rromoiion o" Tradt- Gi-orpi W. ivihartfnj chairman. Prd J Kern Ilinil Cell I.i Knapp. Ii J link. William l:kanlt. M Horner. L ci station- W K Kircber. chairman K J TecWIenbunr. II I PowtH. Joseph Kaenger. J. A. WiHouahbj. II. Semrr.elnth. Iortnr Aut-n. Public lnipnnemcnts 1. M. Komelser, chair man; Doctor Portuondo, 1 W. West, Jr., Adam WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1004. ThU system of Blintr to th rliiMron practical and optical lessons in the work- Incs of electric liqht id.mts. waterworks cnaim s. n.w.-p.ip. r plants, fnitel ftatc- t'.iiot iitnw and tlie like fius h ;, .i.i-. tor some time anl h:t in proeii 1j in ti. u I Tl- i x i's i,f tie rie'.th trade of til I- l!"t ,.f whi'h V W.iltei- i- AT HOUR SET FOR TRIAL. Moore. Airs. Crane, fearful lest something had happened to her husband, started for home. The note was still attached to the door. WIFE FOUND I,AST NOTE. Airs. Crane opened the door and began to search the house. She found the note, written by her husband just before he had killed himself. Site summoned an acquaintance and they went into the basement. The body of Crane was lying on the tloor. There was a bullet wound in the right tetnpie and the body v. as lifeless. A revolver lay near the right hand. When Juage Aluore received word that Crane had killed himself Cranes attor ney. Judge S. S. Hass, was aigmns for a continuance of the cas.e. The attorney tor the State had aske-i to have Crane's bond of Shoi, which was furnished by chrts jchawacker. forfeited, as the de fendant had fai!'d to appear. Judge Bass was telliag the court that Cran.- had shown sifins of insanity within thf Ian few davs and that it a continu ance of twenty-four hours were granted he felt .-uic that his client would be found. It was not necessary for Judge Alnre to make a ruling, however. Judge Ilass's arguments were unnecessary. Even while he was adilr. sing the court Crane was dead. The ease was dismissed. Crane was about I" jcars old and is survived by a wife and one daughter. For several vears be hud bad de-k room in the oilicfs of the Powell Company He was known as a manufacturers' agent. Last Decern! er he was employed by the Powell Companv and while in their service learned the combination of the otiice safe. (in January f. J!" was stolen from the safe. Crane was suspected and a war rant issued fur him. D tcctives- Cremlns and Finan found him in a poolroom. He re o lily admitted taking the ii.onev. but si id that lie didn't Intend to keep it. He returned $15 of the amount to the detect- IV "-. l-or the lat two vvefks (rane had eeui. d mi nt illv unbilanreil He i. n ained aval;.' ail last Mondav night and r.lnl" leu. is lllo-t Of the time. j ia P. I. ml Untie lin rt !(,. Hurt i Ii tr'n .ii n ' II ii-., (,. .irt; Sianl. rha:rman W II i:.i. .- llm I-nclrid. i l 1 KcntcM'T .1 1 1 n. "ik.i. r:n. . -I-hn Sprit't:. Kd Hln7tnMn , i" ill ( -i i ,ti II Kn tpl. i lialrn-an Ai l..n tin. . Id I..oi..'.i. P-r Pir-v. J J I i: ( '- . ,i, H nr lank, l'tanl. Sundtah. K ai,i.i:;i:i Mvin:it aiii:iti:ii. I!ii.1i;iiiiI ntid Wile- :iptiiro OfTeiider at rllille. John Pclnnff Id was arrested last nishl at Hi-!!' .He on a "maphlnc" charse. pre f rred by Mrs. Charles Stockmann. Schoenfeld v.ms taken to tho station by Mrs. tStoekmann and her hubaml. Mrs. t'kmaiiii claims that Srhncnfeltl accosted her on Mam tect while her husband had stepled into a store. When Ptoekmann roturmd tlie two followed and eapiurod Schoenield. IIO IIlltMWI 1IV III'ItCI.AKS. llonselireitUer. Holt lirsltlotice eel diitjilly Man Kire. A fur boa which hoiiM-breakcrs dropped in the prate in tlie homo of J. i. Me Chti.t v of Xo. .VJ; Colllnsville avenue. Iit St. Jaiuis. aImot suffocated the fam ily irlv ---trd'iv mornlntr. The robbers eeutid ss m fioney. a few small articles ot 'uc'r ;.:id M-nie elothmp. Mi :ml Mr Mr'"he.ney were avakenot .ddi:t 'i,i llht and weie almost sufTocated li tho '-mtfjtt in their iooin. The1.- found the rano of te:r discomfort in th rem tipnt? of a fur boa hi the prate hi tho front iooin of their horn. Investigating; fiirtl! r tbev discovered that their houte had be n robbed while they slept, and that the burplars hail evidently examined the boa b th lipht of the prate flte. and that it evidently c:xuht on lire. laint t. Iani 1 to mi. - M. CehiMr and Henry Ktedtn have returned frctu a tmntliur trip. -Mi- (" T. Jrnc cntprtainM the members if ih KxceUlor Club ves tenia v aftrrnoon. - II V. Helm Is In Champaisn. Ill Mrs. '. M Potman has letumed frcm a visit to IMlevIUe. V. I. Ibffncr has returned from the Phllip plre". The member's of the i;ik will rnte-tain the Iales Thin -1a evt-nlns at the etutnH:m. - Mrs. Janus Taller U vlsltlic in liiro. III. Mr jc. .bpwn cf Chartnn.l avemi will fnitrtaln the I-idlef I-UTar '"Irclo to-mormw afternoon Mr- W. G Carney will entertain the nvm Urs of the WedneMv Iub thl mcrnim: at hr home m H.'e avmi The Maiquette Club will .v their annual Kill to-nUIu at tho Mute Hall. -Mis HiMa IMrk is vlslttnp In Mascoutnh. - Mr. and iir-s. Prank Smith Af N'or-.h Ninth strut will entertain friends this eve nine. sonfencfil fttr lion Slrnllns. Jacob I-amhert and Adam HolIandP vvnrth, botli of itichwoods Township. pleaded pnillty yesterday in the Jersey Count v Court at Jersey villo to the theft of a. hop from 3eorpe Harmon of Lielden. Ijimbort wus sent need ti fifteen days In tho Jersey County jail and to pay a line of $15. and Hollar.dsvvorth was .sentenced to a term of twenty days and to pay a fine of J20. The theft occurred several weeks apo. and llollandsworth and his en tire family were arrested. Various sen tences were Riven to other members of the family. - .Icctru - I.isht ami I'owpp fompany's Miss Catlit rm Smith, thcr teacher, the principal and Miss r-nthorine Pmitii the tcaclier. wore afforded an opportunity yesterday to view- tlie workings of the hiK el. .-trio plant of the I'nion Iimtt anil Pow er ('omi'.mv .it Tenth .t:.i i Charles -trc.-s i The . h:I lr n r pi'eatl. itite-.- ted. and ni'..intni t . -'.in ;ift K names !. ih"ti - .p. e.J ..r the Wur'-l'a Fir i x'ul.it MANY BUILDINGS UNDER THE BAN. r.elleville Sheriff Will Compel Owners to Provide Kire Ks- eapes Aeeonliiij to Imw. Sheriff Thompson as yesterday furnished with a Ii.-t of buildings of Ilellcville. which according to the Council Committee on Fire and Water do not comply with th" State regulations as to fire escapes. Sheriff Thompson will notify the owners of these buildings and thiy will be ex pected to comply with the law- within thir ty davs or be prosecuted. The buildings named in the list are: Cathedra! Hall. Convent. St. Elizabeth's Hospital. St. Vincent'.-, Hospital. St. Ag nes's Infirmary, Metropolitan Hotel. Ite publiean House. Jordan "Shoe Company. Hotel Tiemann. C. G. Hrechnitz, George Knol.eloch. John E. Thomas. Courthouse. I.. A. Vogel A: Son. Penn building. Acad emy of Alii'-lc. Fdwar.i Abend building. First National Hank. Post Office bui'.dlns. Kuni Hotel. Airs,. John c.urar. Adam l!e ger building at i and It'chiand. Frank Adler Hall. City Hotel. Andre Ailler. Jo seph Dntz. John Skaer. I.icdnrkranz Hall. John Itauer. Charles Wasmann. lielleville Shoe F.ii tora. I Schneidewtial. Public I.ibrarv. West En! Engine-house. Airs Klwar.i Hulf. Fuess-Fisi h-r Companv. Julius Hur. K-.ntchier Week. Thomas House. Albert Ilucfce, Airs. I!. Alartlr. heirs. Charles K.-il. F. Wehrle. IVni?l:is. Washington. Huscti. Humboldt, :;t. Euke's and Eincoln schools. wii.i. itM: nn to ,ii ur. Mm eeIK hi rreeot I'iUImtN rtp ert Croni (ioioi; to Church. The S nit wd! contest m which lai thor Si ott of Kast St Louis 'seek' t'i break the will-.f his father, the late Cap tain J. c Scott, was Kivcn to the jur in the circuit Court at I.ellevilU' at 7 o'clock last evening Jmtge Hurrouphs iusttucted the jury that if they aprced to leturn a soaJe.l verdiet, which would be opiieil this nit-rninp. Seott wants to break the will because it bequeaths about $m.ii.ii to the Sweden borpian church, and onlv about S-2.O0-) t- him. lie was the only son. Mis father was marri" u iwtcc and in sremd wife n , ' Ives a life intere-i in the estate, which. - on her d-ath. i- to go to the church. j Kiist Si; Itealty Tninfon. Ileal s-tate tranfrs tlbd fL.r record In Hebe ville je-trday t-rp; It Venun Clark to Iancls DefTebanch. war rantv '.-.i I,ts Ii. 17. Week H. Aha S;: i ii..-hti. ji::.. Paii K MCaIand t-- Jesph Cohn. iar ram il-d. I"t !!. j-iiIhII virion, blotk S Iv itiK-tin adtiitl.m. Ja.0' P W. AM to IWitrlee Parldy. warranty deed I' t , bio k 2. 'ttrtrtld place; $227: N.ll.e Mit'nsland to J U Whiteside, war rani dud. $l"o. sarn as d-.l ft.llowlni: Nellie W. .Mr"aIand to Aberv t. Bryan .airantv d-ed; Kutheast half. lot 1?T and nerthwest & feft b.t I. evntral place No. 2, :ero Tried for M tinier. Joseph Kyle, an llusi St. Louis r.axr . was tried ye?t rday In the Circuit Court .it nelleville for the murder d Kiehar. Miller, also a r.epro. durinp a crap pim in !vit St. Louts, last Mav. The prinelicii witness. for the State wa Oscar Hal. a emitted muideie:, who han 1.hmi n tenced to the IVintt nliary for life Th asv wax given to the jury late yesterdiv t veninp Prleter Ple:ided (Juill; . Frank M. Prlestrr. proprietor of a roai liouse and park between Iist St. Lott.s and lbllrville. pb-aded puilty to fi iharpes of sellinp liquor without a lieens ami was lined S3 and costs on each count II was also lined fleo and co-ts on a charge of contluctinq a patnblinp-hout to which he p'eaded puhtv. A charpe t. thf iime effect apainst his son, Aupust Fries te. wan dismissed Urlli title Vlnrrlace I.ieenrt. Davd ote na timii $.: anil euts on i il;:ucef rarrvini; enm eal d wapt,n! - II. I: Inp -ad wife to In Chu-apn A. ?.! Mll.".oti. tie u.entiv ebotM it Iabi.irian atered upon hU dtttle- xts-terdaj ' Th( timfral cf Ml Fmeiu Kius 1II take p!a.e thih .tte-n.Hn at 2 o'ImW The 1 uri i will be in Walnut Hill Cmettr '' laltvitriNt ille ote. lifibert lira eh. a ".-round man" with tl Clevti Leaf Mtel crew, u in-kin mit ', n uarrfsvllle, taucht hi feet on a ili fctrrda and wa- unable to avobl a fainR TAll Tn (0-pnund ibte of metal Mniik hl nuhl le at the hir. an-I Mrippe.i the n-h off ln the W H was tan let! Intu town on an engine f , r nn limir.ar treatmnt and then taktn'to . l,..- ratal. J eph Schmidt, tax e-.M-. tnr ,f p4war.u wardvill.' Township, has .lUalifiM ,; .,' lnd of II... with Il.nry Trare- n,.rre W Mtr. Juhn Ptide. II p Hotz and V Wolf as nifties. He ha n-nel his oftlc- nth Crpe Kt Hermann, a fornir (olMr i a M-l.im. '"iic- ... .- nun, ttil.ee I T OI Vftiri ha" tiled b"nd cf S-T4.i. with iM av, I f.-jf fer.berqtr. C.erh.ud Taphrrm. T. j Mcln-rn ' Cliarles sib"td and A Joej-Hnp a sureties -Irill-r ar! a I orinp tmttit fiotn Cnup Mo iirried in H!warN ill. v -tudav and .t p Wi-rk at "nee ,.n a tr..vi .f I. '. acre ncrtb ef i K ivani'Mlb-. whah ha b- n s-f cured h a oar t (.f Investor- from t'.trrollton. M 1 II M rooter, unrther r. --.'lent .if Cnrrolltoii. an I formerly Cctint Su:.erint"n'irnt of Sc1h s th r- ha -tcurd ..ptmn.i south of IUv.ir. IUe. and i I p-spretinp fnr vt al The drill! th'-te ha rfi'hetl a depth of 2) feet, and a I -.1 ike I antle.patetl at any lime - Mar Patrick C--vln. Villace fietL- t i. Arras unl oth-r prominent nsMent of Madl s.in, were In IMwanipvlUe esterday to aprar lefore the Granil Jurv. itATs nisFKirun iin.m .max. Coroner Helios c It V. Ill He lniiini kIIiIp to Identify lloiiy. Deputy Coroner C. N. Strccper of Upper Alton yesterday found that the rats had eaten th" face and hands of the unknown suicide at Oldenburg to such an extent that it will practically he impossible to loentny tne man. ; Tho stranger, who wk. apparently 60 years old, ar.d wore a gray lieard and mustache, without any side whiskers1, was found Monday mornng near Oldenburg. ! hanging by a hemp cord to the rafter In I an old barn on the Deera firm. Ue had J ids hi i -rrn7) :- .L. -'' iialia-z: --f. r- A- f J r T- - - II if M 'fr J, irii i i; H a j. ' : v-' c - r t c iffMirSLfftK - i-c mrwr-riti; li -?$tf5JSkt.ei sSt:V.j c: s: ii ttsa -s- -53g-rv v? f -t t -:; S-.i .wwrii t Z2r-ii J' ; ss To Prove What Swzmp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy, Will Do for YOU. Every Reader of "The Republic" May Have i Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. Weak and unhealthy kidneys ar.- responsible for mors sickness and suffering than any other disease. Therefore when, through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue, fatal results are sure to follow. Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most, because they do most and need attention first. If vou are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder rcmedv, because as soon as your kidneys beijin to get better'they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince any one. ThemlM and immediate pffect of Swamp Hoot, the crt-at kidney ami blaiidf reme dy. Is soon realized. It stand.- the highest for it? wonderful cures of the most dis tressing eases. jwami-Iloot will set your w hole system risht. and the best proof uf this is a trial. 1 Ejt IKth St . N'ew YTfc C.ty. Dear Sir: Oct l".t'' 1 "I had bn suffrlnc !e,r-ly rrom k'dne trcubie. Al! .aiptn -.ri- .n hand, mv fnrm-r ptrrr.Eth an.i rioT.fr ra-1 lf: me could hardlv .lrac myself alns. i:vn mv n:ntal rapanty v.as iltir.q out. and often I w ifhfi tj die. It bi. t-.tn I saw an a-jier-ttmr't ct clrs in u New York paper, but ,ou!d not ha.." paid nnv attention to it h,t (t n..t pr'.rnted a swern jcur3nt- ith -ry b"itlf of vtiur ni.J'cirr. an.rr'nc that y.'-r Sarnn-Iton i purH '-s'aule and doa not tontaln jtv bam.ful dru? 1 am y.e-irv ;eai- uni four nor.tlif M an I wi'h a k.h1 ronrlvnrp I nn rer. m:nnd Pwamp-Ro..! r -11 sun'er.-s fr.j.n kldn troub!-. Kour mm t..r of mv fjniilv hae been uirc Snarrp Itoot for four oifTrfnt kidney disease. v.ith t'i nne trvrl rrsult?." AVith many thank to vnu, I remain. Very truly yoir. "ROBERT BERXER. You may haye a sample bottle of thir firaoui kidne remedy, Sttamp-Koot. sent Ire by mail. ;,.tpaid. by which you mav tet its irtue? for such disorders ;;s kid- NOTICE If lou have Hie Slightest there is a trace of it In your family history, send at once to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bing namMn. N. Y.. who will i;l.idlj send you bv mail, imm duttely. without cost to you. a sample bottle of Snamp-Hout and a book containine manv of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters received from men and women cured. In writing bo sura to say that you read this generous offer in The St. Liuis Pally Republic. Discomfort After Eating Tho demand lia nr been crainr than 1 Hrooklyn. N. Y. row foaa roniody that will is-itiv"H euro laorcler of tlio stomach. The ability to resist th ravopts of disease is dependent in perfect digestion. People who suffer with Heartburn. Dizziness. Sleerb'Sne-. Aeiditv of the Stomach. Catarrh of the Stomal h. N:usa. D'-sirust of Food. Chok :niT or SutTVh itinr Sensation when in a lMiis position. Shortness of Ilrontli. Offn-s-Ive Ureath. Shooting IMins under the left Mionlder-blade. I-ack of Energy. Mioultl u-e a few dose of mw Thev will quickly relieve the symptoms ,r ..n tlie .. .ove-u lined disorders. -ir..tiirt!if n the diKe-tive organs promote . appetite. er"rgy and comfortable diges- ..... . . . -.. .-..i.- .lr.K - i - 1I. . I t r r i,"i ", - .- . -- r,ioma. ii i.i.u.,,. ...... .... ';;;...,.,; - ., (lirj fUll. l.l I IjI'I I iiir......... evidently been there for two or three w eks. His clothes were of good quality and he had evidently at one time been in pros perous e'reumstances. I'oroner Streeper brought tlie IkxIv to I'pper Alton, where it is being li.l.f for Identification at his u ldti taking establishment. Alton Note nml Vnnnal. II .1. Bottm.in nnd E M irmman ef Alton departed jesterday for a trip through tliw liit. i. Mappletmek of Alton ha gone to Peoria. III -: Neerman lia return",! to Springfield. Ill . crtT ivittng relative in Alton. V J Sou nn.t i: .1 Slorrlsiv of Alton haie irtunied fn.m Efflnirham. Ill -.'h.irles Ivls of Alton lias returned from Atlanta. Ha. will Sinclair of I'pier Alton has gone to Utrhfl-ld. Ill Oeorse IS Johnv.n has returned tn Spring field, III . from a vtlt in I'pper Alton. ... .. m- ...,.- ...i ,i,r, l,.v in:itmpnt mnlicu iree. ". ! DOCTOR COOK ! CURES Prostatic Troubles rermanently c'lred. no matter how lone standing the dieasi. In from 5 to :0 days. Stricture cured In 15 days, with out cutting, pain, drugs or detention from busi ness. Wasting Weakness Time of cure. 10 to 60 iliv bv mv oricinab very simple remedy (used exclusively by ,S-9 me uuui m Mire la cijira meitmj v.. v.ou. Consultation is free and Invited, and In consulting me you rmty be sure that nothlns that science can devise or skill perfect has been left undone to nnord you a speedy, sate and permanent cure. . . WRITE me In full confidence, explaining your troubles as th,ey3PPe,?r to vou. and receive by return mall my honest and candid opinion or our case. Mnnnv ucnif.ii nn o-'ve stueet. st. loiis, mo. bUUR MClllUllL UUlf Hours: 8 a. ro. to S p. m. Sundays. 9 to S only. n ii ii IS .. '"'.'K 1 smmmMm !'- fe-n- .-sS?a; r -. ' rev, bladder and uric-acid disease?, poor dli;i"tion. beins obliged to pass your wa ter frequently nicht and day. smarting or irritation in paislns. brickdust or sedi-m-nt in the urine, headache, backache, lame back, uizzinesp. sleeplessness, nerv ousness, hatt disturbance due to bad kidney trouMe. tkip eruptions iro.n baa ilmMl." neuniiuin, rneumatism. diabetes, bioatins. irritability worn-cut feellmr. lack ..i ambition, loss of llesh. sallow cornplex- V I ion. or Hristhi's disease. I IL VUU1 ,.., ,..v. ....-- . - ...Mlriirhe.l in n trl.iss or bottle for twen- tv-fotir hours, forms a sediment or.-reV" tiitm or'nas a e'oi.dy appearance, it its evi dence that. your kidneys and bladder! need immedt.it., attention. Fnanip-Itoot, is tlie preat discovery ot Dr Kilmer, the eminent kidney and blad der -t-e.i (list Hospit.il? use it with won derful Mierpss in l.Ct,h slight and severe easr. loctors rcro'nfJ-er.d ij to heir pa tients ami us.e it in theirr,rh 'fSaiiiies. be rarrc they recognize in wamp-Uoot the Kremc.-t and ir..st succes-rul remedy., Swamp-Hoot in jileasant to take and ii for sale at drus stores the world over In botil.- of two slze and two prices fifty cents and one dollar. Kememher the name. Pwanip-I'oot-Dr. Jji'mers Swamp-Root anil the address. Tt.nghamton. N. Y.. on PV.T l.OttI srmnlnms of kidnev or htaiMer tronhle. or if Bjpepsia Chemical Co.. St. Muls: I htve had such cratifyinc results from the use of EITKI'SIA TAIiLETTS in some tif tiie mot stuht"rn cases of dyspepsia trented by me. that I deem it due to you to aeknowU-de the value 1 place in them as a perfect remedy for stomach trouble. A. H. BOI.TON. JI. P.. I'h. IV 91 IJambridse sticet. ISrooklyn. N. Y. St. Ivuis. J!o. rJuixpsi:: Chemical Co.. City: We have a constant and rapidlv increas ins demand for lil'I-ErSIA TAnLETS. Reports we lme received from customers indicate r-Iainlv that ELTEPSIA TAB LETS will do all which is claimed for them. We refund purchase price in case of no cure. WOI.FK-WII.SON DRUG f0.. Sixtii uril Wasliinston avenue. We consider ElTErSIA TAHJ'KTS a -nti.-f,ictorv preparation. Since tliey have been placed into the hands of the cencral public thev have established an enviable reput ition meeting the demand for a pos itive cure" of dyspepsia and nil stomach derancements. HABOTEAl .t.CO.. Broadway and uucas. St. i.ouis. .io. i - t's nr ilinct. for .i cents. A treatise ort. ... , . - ... money hnrk ir - ,,, ..,., uln,.i ... St. I.oni . Mn. .... - -Mrs Ucirce M I"vl will entertain the fpir Alton Cinch Club this afternoon at her borne tn ttard n Mret -Charles Ilandall of Chicaro is a visitor in Alton. rrcsteil Tivlee In One liny. I-Vr the third time in the last two days and the second time yesterday. Frank O'llara. who has no settled place of abode, was arrested in East St. Iuis. On .Mondav he was discharged by Chief Purdy and vester.lay morniiic he was gre en hoars in which to leave town. He will be tried on a charge of vagrancy this morning. l'ariisnorth Kmlnlpli. County Clerk J. C McGrsitli of Jerscy vill.. yesterday issue.! a marriage license to William Farnsworth. age " of Rose dale Townhlp. and JI'uss Annie Rudolph, age 1?. of Jcrsevvllle. They were married bv Judge Charles S. White. DISEASES OF MEN Private Diseases cured in 3 to 10 days, without the use of poi sonous drugs Nervous Debility Cures quick and radl cn In 10 to t') days, bv my own famous method. Varicocele Cures without cutting In from 3 to 10 days- Blood Poison Every vestige of pol- iMB ITIMTBBTI son removed Irom sys- MY MO TTO-" fro lt Expected tern without aid of . . ... ?-. .. ...,.- .... nn.naV.