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THE ST. LOUIS EErUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1904. .
S WHAT TEA DOES TO RHEUMATICS. PUBLICLY 1 J When j ou nct take tea. think of this Tea. contain 1" trains of Uric Acid In ry round Icat contains onlj (He to seven grains. Khe.irnitlsm Is Uric Acid in the blood. Vtle Arid accumulates from food when the digestive apparatus cannot erente enough Alkaline elements (like soda) to neutralize It This AcM collects urea, or worn-out waste matter, from the jsUm. Tint Urea enters the Mood when Alka line ac'ion lias not previously ills-o'vcd It. By and In the waste matter reaches the joints and muscles, through circulation of the Wood. There Is gmiluallv deposits In solid par ti, les. HKo granulated --ucir. 1 hesc solul particles grind between the Jilnt- and muscles at everv movement Tills grinding causes Irritation and p lln. These in turn may develop Intlamnntlon and swelling That inllanmatlon bestirs Nature to help herself Phe proceeds to coat the hard Uric par ticles over with cushions of pulpv innciis, like the Iirt healing Etrata of an outer sore This pulpy revering grows to the hones, as well as to the particles de posited There it hardens like plaster or .sealing wax Then up have "bony Jo'nts," almost In flexible, and usually Mxrd In a bended posi tion, from the pain and inflimm itlon. That is Rheumatism at Us worst It Is bad enough before It sets that far. There Is but one sure vvav of curing Rheumatism. The first step Is to neutral ize the l nc Acid already In the sj stem cxt to dis-olve. and cirrj avvav, the hard leposlt.s that grind between the Joints. rben get the digestive apparatus into uch healthy condition that it will, unald- id produco less Uric Acid, and more Xlkalines This is what doctors gencrnllj have ailed to do. It Is what I studied a lifetime to ac- ompllsh. and achieved only after many allures and thousinds of experiments At last I found In Germanv. a Solvent .hich wa t not only effective, but absolute K safe to use J tew agents powerful enough to be ef ective In Hhoumitlsm nre s.if.-. I AT,' i1lui.ni ..-. nr... .11... T CI .. theunntle Cure " acts directly, but in fternally. upon Uric Acid in the Joints and us.de-. It dissolves and carries off. the mlnful eposits. jroducing an immediate Alkaline onditlnn of the blood, and neiitr.ilizinc: the Acid In it which would have fed the itheumatlsm and etended the disc ise vIt won't restore bonv joints to Hexibllitv, mo it ean t unito. in a weelc. the el image aused bv vcirs of rheum itlc condition Hut It will bone lit ever case, and it will ntlrelv- cure most cases of Rheumatism So sure am I of ihli-. that I v ill suonlv I)r Shoop's Rheumatic Cure, to am sick one who writes me for it, on a month's trial, at mv risk. If it succeeds the cot to him Is cnl K .7 for the s-bott!c tre atme nt If it fails. I be ar the w hole cost mv slf And he alone shall be the judge shall decide who shall pas. Hurelv- jou will not continue to suffevr when jou ean thus get well at my rJsjc I have written an important Treth-e on Ithcumntlsin to'llng if its relief and cure. It is fiee to Rheumatic pcetple tV.rite me a iiost card for it to-dav. 'Address Dr. Shoop. Iiox VSio, Racine, NSULTS OFFICERS OF NATIO AL GUARD Spits in Face of General Chase After Applying an Epi- . thet to Him in a Courtroom. UPBRAIDS COL VERDECKBERG. REPUBLICANS MEET IN FIRST DISTRICT, Coni;i pssional Convention In strurts for l'ooseeit and In doles Xortoni for Govei nor. SEEKS TO RECOVER BIG ROODLE FOND, WALBRIDGE ALSO IN FAVOR. Xeitlier Commander of Colorado Militiamen Has a Word to S.iy to Former Miss.cmri.in. MARTIAL LAW IS REVOKED. Small Deiaeliment of Soldiers Will itemain at Cripple Civic Temporarily to Aid Civil Authorities. '. S. Simple eases often irld to one Xbo'lle of Dr. Shoof Kheunatie Cute. (D) ujrri:es SI.) But all di ugists do not stiff Iv it on a month's Dial. You must lie to me for that. C. I. .. nciir:wsT. tsrc von icki:m. A:diliodI Wacra Demnnelrd Iij lllNsourl 'IMeifli" Kin'ilojes, Tu.ntj-flvo hundred machinists ra- PloVCtl bv th VllsenTiri I'-ir..!!., .in.1 iron Mountain railroads have made formal -cm ma ior aoout ji per ce.nl advance lit vv ages. The demand was mado jesterrlay bv- A ll irtoll. nresidenl of the intprn.itinnol liachlnists'Union. Oftlcfils of the ruilroads Imp taken the matter under .u!lement inlrtv-iive eents nn hour and time and ..finP-thinI fnP VtrlItn.. I HpmHlnil nnilm. ft'le new waEe se il. The new scale also Hpnnfdcs that foremen at mill division a points shall be piid fill a month and d ? thoso at large division point $140. N4 "adl ij 1liclln f Dlrecleirn. Q The dire-ctors of the Terminal Associa- Hon, at tteir meeting jesterdav. reviewed S the proprrecs of the Improvements bcln Srrnde- fur the World's Filr trpflic and vjtransacled loutmc business. thSj ly &f I., .t . rnnracfr riinncps. 111S K r- "'a1"" I"5 npiTOinted cit passencor ,l3tisent and Charles A. lloeine.v citv ticket m.'t?JJ-nt ,"f l,u' Iuisvi!Ie and Nashville dt om Nashville, Tcnn. Sonntor llee-haii At III it Hnn. PtEI-enWC SI'lXHAJ. Quincy. Ill . rcb. --Senator Thomns Meehan of Rluffs to-day publishes a card inc Democracy announcing his .loto,. nlnation not to rvn for ic-e.Iection in iliis tho Thirtj -sixth) district. This mimet hvhlch will have a majorilv e.f lho hm... Kites in the Semtoriil Convention, his hree candielitos fur n,iinr-,.c!.'..." FJohn McAdams. Ite-nresint.itlir io.t. liroves ami John Sti inh.irh vin.,, .u. - - .jv u. niia -- I'ppullur Win nied. An instrument Intended for thi mil f Vllliam Rosso waj filed for nrnbnt,. . terday. It Is elcitcl AuSust 15. It re-wtu thit Beip-o apiHilnteel Jlichael iir . .sil.'.7.,KUdllUn ln rtK'ml to money iu4iiiiu c.1 juw HinrPM.vi -ni4.i i Urecn to attend to his wants in slckncsS wid death. Urecn elecllned to act. anil Jht rrntfir una lnnw.l ,-.... i..tit. . '-1 vlt- istrator Strode. "u" Aamln- Cripple Creek. Colo, Teb. 2 Governor Pcabodv to-la; reversed bus order of December .1 list, eleclarlnc; martial law in Teller County, llllitiry Commander Vcrdcckburcr Issued n proclamation an nouncing that "peace and good order arc beins fullv- restored and It has been shown that the civil authorities, are able and willlns to control the sitmtion. to per form their lesal functions and to enforce the law" ' It is announced that a detachment of the National Ottard will remain here for a time, but "will act In support of and m subordination to the legall constituted civil authorities." ah tne vrisoners in the hull-pen were delivered to the civil authorities to-day. aonn .vi (,Iover. former Congressman from Missouri, was arra'sned in the Dis trict Court on n ch irge of havlnc; attempt eel to kill Sergeants Dlttmore and Smith on Decembe.r He pleaded not (niilty ard w-as released under a 00 bond SI'ITS I.V GEXnriAI.'S PACK In the courtroom Glover occupied a chair next to that In which General John Chase was seated. Gtn-ral Chase was inclined to b social, and addle ssed some pleas antry to Glover. THe latter turned sharp ly upon the guard officer and said: 'IIov dare ou address me, vou '" and spat in the GenralM fice. General Chase wlpI his face with his hardkeieh'ef nod turned his head in an other direction without a word. Arcther incident In which G'over fig ured was whllei he was pissing along tne street. He met Colonel Verdecklierg. and. without being- spoken to or recognicd In nry way, called out to the Colonel In .a voice loud enough for do7ens of b standers to hear: "Yem ; Colcnel Veideekbcrg pretended not to hear the epithet, but l.ls face for a mo ment grew while with anger as he passed along. Sherman Parker, a leader of the West ern rede ration cf Miners, who Ins been repeatedlj rearrested by the military after furnishing bonds on the various charges filevl against him, was alo released on bonds. Parker and several other strike l.v? AT? M?arp "."."! 1 3lil "crp charged vann0.11111"1,15' ulth hulK caused the Mndlcator mini' explosion by which two men were killeel. nn.i win, i.n. i...T nir....t to wreck a train on the Plorcnce and Crip- rhu mlsdeme-inor cases against Adiu tint General Sherman M. Rell ,l!rlg idler jeneral John Chase. Colonel Ediiarel Ver elcekberg and Major Thomas K McClel land, charged with false Imprisonment, vcro -u for trial nxt TuesJaj. Doctor Einil Frectorions Keroni- mended for Ieh'sateat-Laitje To Xominaie Conjjiesion- al Candidate August 4. nElflllJCSPKCIM. -Micon Mo. Feb i The' Republican Congrewinn il Convention of the Hr"t District in scssiem here to-dav, elected two delegates and twn alternites to the National Convention, instructed them foi Roosevelt, Indorsed Vnltcd States At tornev D P. Dver and his Assistant liert D. Xortoni. for their work In the iiaturnll zition cases, and pledged Its loval support to Nortonl in his candidacy for the Re publican nomination for Governor Doctor Emit Preetorius of St. Louis was recommended as the Dl-trict's choice for Delegate-at-Large to the National Convention. C. P. 'U'albndge of St. Louis was In dorsee! for Vice President J. H Jeffries of Oikwood. Marion Coun tv. was chairman of the convention with G. I". Herriott of Novinger, Adair Countv, seer tnrv. The 1'iitium delegation, which was haiking Robison. brought down a voung man who could brnv like a mule, crow like a rooster and whistle like a steam caliope'. Whenever the time came to cheer the chairman of the delegation nodded and the mimicry of the versitile- voung man could lie he-ard above the roar "of all inn ueiegaies lee T. Robison. a lawjcr of Putnam Count! . and Doctor Ed S Unmn of Edl ni were chosen to attend the National Convention John S Newlan of Lewis County and Charles T. Grundy of Scolt land County were- the altera ite-s V. II. Y.incv of Lewis Countv was the unanimous choice for elector from the First District. The Congressional Convention to nomi nate a canelidate for Congress will occur at Hannibal. August I Xicoliui.s Files Petition to llae ?i:5.",O0O.Uhcd to I'.iy J-ioni- issorv Xoles.. IN SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES. AT J'OI'I.'.H m.irr tlY 10. Time nnel I'lnee for Fourteenth I)ia trlrl KeiinCillcnn Cuxtv entlon. IlEITP.l.K" M'ECIAI I'oplnr Illuff. .Mo . Feb 2. The Four teenth District Congres-ion il Republican Committee met at Poplar Rluff at 7 o'clock to-night and selected Poplir Illuff as the place and May 10 as the time for holding the Congressional Convention for the pur pose of nominating a candidate for i'ou gress and the electing of two delegates and two alternates' to the National Con vention The basis of representation was fned at one delegate for each 1(10 voles or fraction of 50 or over cast for McKInley in '1D00 li-esuiuiioiis lnnorsing KoosevoIt for President. VValhndge Tor Vice- lo-esldent. Rert I). Norton! for Governor and John A. Snjdcr of Jackson. Capo Girardeau Coun tv, for chairman of the State Committee were passed. Honey IJaKed by Siiliiulian ISill J'roinolcis ami Used as Evi dence in Trial.. Jlay Co to Deft ay St liool ExpeiSe.', Ilenrv Nicolius instituted proceedings In the Circuit Court vc-.terd.iy to hive the $133 000 Suburban boodle fund, whuh fig ured pronunentlj In the prosecullons of the municipal boodle n, taken from the tafu deiiosit boxes, where the inuncv is Kept, and applicel to the pament of notes Klve'll to the German Saving., Institution, which fiirnt-hed th cash Nlcolaus and Ellis Waitiw right are sure tifs on the noles for Charles Jl. Turner, who was president of the St. Louis and Suburban Railwaj Company at th time thu motitj w is ralsul, in tne fall of IImO. to secure tho passage of a bill favuraMe to the company. The House of Diltpites combine w-.is to have rtc.ived $Tt,L: and ?i),mJ was to hive been eh'-tributeet among members of tho City Council for voting lor the bill. The .oUo0 was pi iced 111 a hafe-deposR box ef the Lincoln Trust Companv, ami the Jui.ftm In it s.ifet) box of the Missis sippi allej Trust Cnmi-an. 'I he suits will settle tne iiui stion of the dispct.tlon of the money, aliout which th-re h.is l?en much eli-cussio'i. Whetrer the money ma be diverted to the State School Fund, as has been sug KosttU, will lie .i eiuestlon vvhlcn the court I11.1V COl.Sitier in ll.IM.sfn"- imnn II, llll-.i. tioii. ' " " Nicolius brings tne ATHLETES AND PUGILISTS CURED BY SWAMP-ROOT. AH These Famous Pugilists and Athletes Tell of Their Cure by SwampRoot, the Great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, and Say that It Added to Their Great Strength. James J. Corbett, the Former Champion, Tells How He Was Cured by Swamp-Root. Iirooklj ii. X. Y.. Xov. 10, 100."?. Dr. Kiliiu'r A. Co. Hlniliaintoii, X. i". Gentlciiii'ii: Aliout two j (.Mrs ao thtts etri'int'!y rolmst body of mine hliowcil siijns that soniotliinj; was wroni; with it. My usual vigor gavo jiKu'l' to a feullnj; of IjssItinU'. I was aunnvcil hy fittiucut licatlni lies oc .clonal spoils of illzine-ss, ami insti'.iil of my usual good uiipctlti' iruuld liardlj' split iv nnpini.irtN nivMivnov. Until dirtl nnel iilltony WimlnatPfl In First KniiNHH Dlntrlct. Holton. Kas. Feb 2 A split occurred here to-dav In the Firs' Kansas District Congresion il Convention called to n ime a candid ite to succeed Congressman Charles Curtis, and two conventions were organized Before the time set for calling the regu lar convention to order, the anti-Curtis element broke into the hill and took possession. At the last moment the Cur tis crowd changed tho pi ice of meeting; and two conventions were the result Congressman Curtis was renominated by acclam ition by the regular convention and I). It Anthom. Jr. was nominated on the .-ccoini imiot oy the nitis. -Mr. Anthonj. who Is huslncss maniger of the Iavenworth Times and Post master in tint city, is a nephew of Susan K Anthony, tho woman suffragist. DRIVER BEATEN WITH HIS PISTOL John Zair Attacked in Foie.st Paik hy Three Unidentified I'a.'ssenjicrs. Entertain Their Slilesmi-n. George SI. Perry & Co. gave their nn. I nual dinner to the salesmen last nlrlit I at the Slercantilo Club. After an clabor- ate menu the salesmen listened to mulc I rendered bv a quartet, and sim cho i,i- i the ofiiters of the company. George SI Perry was toiistmaster. DIDN'T BELIEVE Tbnt ColTee Wnii the Heal Trouble. ervnfhIFi,.fl0Un'Icr '""''Hn,l !l,d ake "',' rm,a'lfln,, ollt tnnt coffee Is the rea ausu of their troubles. a n..AU Jsays: .o- ".. toma'ch-' J "i?. I'?.' '.""JW ."'"Li?.? DUt tlHln I K ICTlArlf Vl r.r. , . doctored with goo.1 doctors n, -t help, then I took almost anj thing which -.omeone else had hetn cure,! t.iiiT k,, yf wrrrit T uui. .s : ;u t-rj.ery ?a 'ast iiv4 vuuni nut won; un uecemoer siimmrr ziz limes. Rl&'flST d 3W not i-.v'oCnove? twentj -four hours at the most and I made :iV oi.thViU ln it1"- 1 cou1'1 hardly eat an) thing, even thing distressed roe and I was weak and sick all over. When 4n that condition coffee -nas abandoned and I was put on Postum. the change In mv feelings came quickly after the drink that was poisoning me was removed The pain and siocness fell awav 'from me and I began to get well day bv- day so I stuck to it until now 1 am -well and strong again, can eat heartily with no headache, heart trouble or the nw-ful sickness of the old coffee days. I drink all I wish of Postum without any harm and enjoy It immensely. "Thl teems like a wonderfully strong ptory. but I would refer jou to the Flist National Bank, the Trust Banking Co.. or any merchant of Grant's Pass. Ore.. In regard to my standing and I will send a sworn .statement of this If vou wish. You can also us mv name." Xame given by Postum Co . Battle Creek. Slich. Still there are many who persistently fool themselves by sajing: "Coffee don't hurt mc. A ten da ' tnal of Postum In Us place wid tell the truth and many times save life There's a reason." Iook for the little? lmov- '"Tim Tnnfi n JVellville" in each package John Zair, a driver for the i: 1. Scheifer Uver Companj, wa.-. assaulted and badlv injurtd by three unidentified men who had hired his carnage for a drive in Forest Park last night. Zair Is one eif the special drivers per mitted to carry weapons while driving a carriage. His mtol was taken from him and he was left unconscious in the park. tho thiee men applied at the stable of the K. 1. Schiefer Livery Company, at No 1330 Olive street, last night about 9 o'clock, and aske.l for a carnage Zair who lives at ZZ3 Olive street, was .selected' to drive them. According to Zair the men drove west on Olive street, stopping ,lt sevnal of the saloons, fin illy reaching the Forest Park Cottage, w'ltte they stopped gome time taking many drinks, When they r.-ente red the carrl igc they told Zair to drive them to the Porcst 1 ark Highlands and through the park. ... ... ....rieest part of the park one of ,Mmr? ? l Z',Ir to st0- wlich he did. Tho three men got out of the car riage, and made'., concerted attack upon tho driver, pulling him from bis seat tak ing his pistol from him and beating him over the head with the weapon until he became unconscious. They then drove avva. On recovering consciousness Zair mado his way to the Slountcd Police Station in the park, where he told his store- .-in.i i,,.i his Injuries dressed. He had received sev eral cuts about the face and bead. NEW YORK WILL RAISE $100,000 MORE FOR :AIR. :.eniler in Learlnln tnre Ilellevo I're- llonx vppreiirinllon Iiindt-iinnte Crrdltnble lllsplnj. for Alb-inv. X. Y.. Feb 2. n additional appropriation of $100,000 will be askeel for ln bills to be introduced In a few dajs In the Leglslituro for the Xew York State exhibit and building at tho St. Louis Uni versal Exposition. It is to be urged that Xew York State, its -ize and population considered, has made a smaller appropriation than the majority of the States of the Union, and that the impropriation of KOO.000 is Cv tremelv niggardly. So far as can be learned the lie publi can leaders of the Senate and Assembly are favorably inclined toward the addi tional appropriation. MISSOURI BUILDING HOSTESS MAY BE SELECTED TO-DAY. The new- dining cars Just placed in serv ice on the Vandalla-Pcnnsjlvania Lines are the Jlnt over offered to th public? they are modern in every resrect. the meals are first class, and make a. trip to J.ew York a plca'ure. Cull at City Ticket Olflce. 7th and Olive SLs. icsei Hello veil That Mrs. lllnnd nr Lebanon Is n I.e-mlliiK Candidate for the I'nvltion. At the meeting of the Missouri State Commission to-day the question of creat ing the position of hostess for the Mis souri building and selecting the lady to fll the position will be taken up There are almost 100 applicants for the po-ltlon. ami eacn applicant has many indorse ments on file. The largest number of in dorsements fo- anj applicant is ITS It is believed that tho candidates are Sirs, island of Lebanon. SIo . widow of Klchard Parks Bland; Sirs. Bartholow .if bt. 1-ouls. widow of Perr Bartholow; Sirs Laura llallev Gentry of Kansas Citv, and Sirs Kmma Davidson Xuckols of Jefferson City. It Is probable th it two positions will be created, either two hostesses who wl'l serve on alternates dajs, or a hostess and an assistant. Sirs. Bland's chances are considered very good bj those in a por tion to know. SIIMr. IILIIUIM 'I Vio-Murj I'EnTLE SPII1.NGS PITS I A BID. Auks That Democratic Contention Be Held There. p.EPur.Lic srEtn vu AVarrensburg. SIo.. Teh. 2. At a meeting of the Board of Trade the idea of asking that the State Convention to elect del"? f,et0 ,th?,NatIonal Democratic Conven c?snSe hnld.at ?er,,,e Springs, was-discussed. Doctor J. I. Anderson. W. C SriTley- l" S ,HlcIt"ian nnel U A. SIc ;li2 .? aPPIntl a commllte-e to take the matter up with the State Committee min,.!.0-.? c?nT "le mpeln!? of the com mittee m St. Iiuis next Slonday. .. .A "euraont is offered that. Inasmuch fn Vl,rconl"en.t!on.WI1,.sc,cct a delegation Pr?ai,feSena,0J- SI- Cockrell for President. It would be a fitting compli ment to him to have this convention held CocSelLme n ana couat or Senator . C THE WIT. I.tiC Hnune- Milken Load Tor Eliven Curs. Houlton, Sle. Teb 2. The tvvo-lory log cabin which will be SlalnVs buildinir at the SL I.ouU KKiiosltinn hi. i... starteel for the Slissourl city on eleven flat cars. It was built In sections at Portage and the twenty men who constructed it and tfiok It apart for shipment will meet it at St. Louis and put the parts together there. The cabin Is 140 feet long, SO feet wide and has eleven rooms on the ground floor and ten In the second story. In its construc tion H0W0 feet of the best spruce logs obtainable in the State were used brings tne imltcr lutfu... fha vy.ui in uia lorin or two Dills or equity, lie .ivs th.it the notes which were given for the money have long sI1Le lecome in-e. aril that pavment has been demmd eel, but that the noles have not been paid He claims that in equitable de iling tho money should be applied to the pavment or tho rotes relieving him of Ii ibll.tv. tie was indicted for his connection with the matter, hut was acquittul on the or der or the court The monej was used as evidence In the boodle trials, and v. is idcnlilleil bv the rren who hanulcel It. and the purposes ror which it was Intended e villained Nicolius In his suits nukes defendants all p-irtles to the deal, including Philip Stock, former Councilman John G Brinck meicr and Delegate John K. Slurrell, In wl.ose hands the mone wai placed by Turner to bo put in the elepotlt boxes. MitPiiiM-: 'in cinctjnr atthkm:y. I'olk. lleclnre Ihut Lnder the'Intv llrlhf Money Iteverti lo Slute. iinei i!Lic sena.vK rulton. Slo . Feb. I. Tlie Xicol.aus suit surpuses Circuit Attnrnec lYitlr l...e h declares th it under tho legal commnn- lav. principle of escheat, hrlle money re verts to the State. The noto for the J13o,fn Inv Ing been slgnesl by Xicolaus, Wnlnwright and Tur in l it is not understood bv the Circuit Altnrnev and his assistants how Xicolaus could Hie suit alone. "I do not know anj thing about the fun. sam .vir. tons, "nini cannot ex press an opinion about It. Tho $I3j.(M boodle money In safe, deposit boxes, re sultant upon the Suburban brlberv disclosures.-cannot be disposed of rlnallv until the Suburban briery cies ale ended. Tho money Is rtiAv impnunde d un der order of court and 'held as evidence until final Judgment in the Suurban brlb erv cisis. I do not know of any Iietler purpose that the boodle fund could be put lo than of turning it to the school fund, after It has served its purpose as evidence". There Is no precedent for the situation, however, and the m liter must be ruled unon bv court. If the monv can be 1 iw fully dl- ve-rted for such a purpo-c It would be ap propriate that, having st irted out nn .m trrani of debauchei v. it be fin illy used in a geiod mission feu the cause of public education. "I his is not a question for me to deter mine, but foti-the court." MANY BEQUESTS FOR CHARITIES. Will of .Josephine Iieitkanip CIiaracterKlie. of I lor cn- cvoleiit Acts. Dnrinj: Life. The will or Josephine SI. Heilkamp was (lied for probate jesterdaj. Mie added to he r many ch lritles during lifetime hy leaving a I irge portion of her estate, said to be wortli 150., for church and benevolent purposes She Icrt JJOlt and part of her residinrv estite to the. Itevcrend Alois Gartlioeff- ner. pastor of St Slar.v s German Catho lic Cliut th, for the benefit of the church; ll.C() to Father Gartliotffner to sty m isses for the setuls of pooi persons; Jl.cm to -ay masse-s for hi r own soul, and Jl.dCO for his inr-onil use io me josepnino liie-rim at urnnil ave nue and Henrietta street, which she estab lished, she left Sotrt) and all of her real e-tate In St. Lou's; JJUOO to tho Little Sis ters of the Poor at Xo 3111 Gravois ave nue, and Jl.ono each to the St. Vincent de Paul feocietv. fat. Louis Provident Associa tion, St. Vincent's Orphan Association. Convent of the Good Shepherd. St. Ann's Widows' Home and Foundling Asjlum. Sisters or St. Joeph ill charg.' of the De-nf and Dumb Institution at Xo. 1S4'I Cass avenue, Alexlan Brothers' Hospital. St. Slarv's Infirmary, St. Anthonv's Hnspit il. the Convent of the Carmelite Xuns and the Ursulln.' Convent and Academv SI e left $10 0W each to Joseph. IMward. Charles. Oliver. Lena. Amilie. Eugene and Huldegarde Heitkamn. children of her brother. I! Je enh Il.ltkamp; Jl Ofw each to her cousin", Cllnbetb Trigg ami il helmlne Schiueter; Frances Ileitkamp. widow of her cousin Joseph .. Heit k imp and Ida. Joseph. Josephine, Cath erine and Augut Uaer children of her dead cous.n Cttherine Imager She left KOmi to J P Herrmann in ad- eiition to stock wnicli sne Had given to him. and namel him executor of her es tate without bond. fhe left her diinoncN, jewelrv. cer tiln houseliolel goods and other person il effects to her niece-. Lera K. Ileitkamp; hcusehold gooels d her niM.'os. Amalla and Huldegarde Ileitkamp. ami her wearing apparel to hi t cousins. Ida Lager and Francis Ileitkamp. She left over Jl.'jOO to Calvary Cemetery Association to have- her burial lot kept In order, arid the rest of br estate in equal parts to St. Sim's Church and the children of her brother. B Joseph Ileitkamp. Ti II la I'll' Vr ' P'11, PM1''1"1 L ' '. frify I', Champion of the World Jeffries Declares That Swamp-Root Is a Wonderful Remedy. not el Dolavnu, Xew York City, Nov. KJ, IfiOH. J Dr. Kilmer it Co., Uingliainton, X. Y.' Gentlemen: You edy, Snninp-Itont, mended to mo by Lou rioiioiiian, Sporting Editor of the Chleajjo Inter Oeoan. j:roat leni i a reeoni forci' nivse-lf to eit a meal. Two physi cians vv hum I consulted Paul I Unci innl.il i;i. but their prescriptions eliil me no tronil. A tliinl one whom I consult ed tolil me my kidneys ivere out of onier, ami advihtd mo to take Svvamp itoot. I Rot half a dozen holtles and could feel tho benefit lxforo I had finished the lirt one. Hy the time I had taken s.l: Ixittlos I felt I was cured. Sly appetiro liad come back, the headache liad disapiu'.ired. and I felt as fit as (lie day 1 met Sullivan at Xew Orleans. As a pleasant and speedy remedy and a sure MreiiKth bulkier, it sives me pleasute to recommend Sivamp-Koot lo all my friends. Very truly, VITXHSS Ex-Sheriff Slasterson. Vv HHwB 3T5&HjWtttjlrH",r-r---; ' Art! Giorge Browne, the Celebrated Baseball Player of the National League, Writes What He Thinks of Swamp-Root. Hotel Empire. "J Xew Yoilv City, Oct. ID, 190.. j Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binjllia niton. X. Y. Ccntleiiien: After finishing tiie loachiii of the Columbia Col- I use it in my training lo strengthen my kidneys and keep them in good order, and it does the business every time. It's certainly a wonderful lem edy, and I wouldn't be without it. Yours truly, J WTTNESS.Tom O'Hourke. t" c- fS A'tjf frzcA -. ' i-r i rr-vr.JL 'i W$.Fl:-- --L-JL'-ri-t?-'-- !. V -.&'&&? -z 1.1 i.?sLt--iL2a y a. 55s?i5y? - . ' " - - )i- - r- Ll.V f;Vfc"i"'-?22;sf -rii T.Mrm'TTrgrsm r-r.ii-vKBu.iErs' V -' ., ..-,M ' . SI.K...U 3i5cr?-5PK;hiv'tewi.44Sr2i ,5 vr-P4rlfnP5 1 1 irn Or lege r.a'.o IJall Team, last spring, I was not in good condition for the opening of the National League. I started using Swamp Hoot, and it put me in fine condi tion very quick. I am satisfied Swamp -Knot is u wonderful remedy, and does everything that you claim for it. Yours truly, 9lM slHscC JCevv York X ition il League Club. WHY SWAMP-ROOT GIVES STRENGTH Almost everyone, from personal oxpeiience, knows that the effects of any kind of severe physi cal strain are felt, first of all, in the small of the back in other words, in those Vital Organ.s, the Kidneys. This is as true in the case of the very powerful man as it is with one of less stiength, and it Is especially true whenever the kidneys are weak. Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and suffering than any other disease. Therefore when, through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue fatal re sult! are sure to Jollow. Swamp-Root Strengthens the Kidneys, and through them helps all the other organs. When this Wonderful Discovery can put the human body into condition to stand the hard training and the tremendous strain of the prize ring, it is easy, to understand how it has cured thousands in the! more ordinary and less strenuous walks of life. To Prove what Swamp-Root will Do for YOU, You may have a sample bottle sent Free by Mail. XOTIOK. So successful is Swamp-Root I" piomptly curing even the most distrewInK c.vses of kidney, livier or bladder troubles that to prove' its wonderful merits you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable infor mation, liotli sent absolutely free by mail. The book contains many of the thousands ujion thousands of testimon ial letters received from men and -women cured. The value and success of Swamp-Root is so well known that our readers are adviseil to send for a sample bottle. In writinp to Dr. Kilmer eV C.. Illnirlumton. X. Y., 1m sure to pay that you rend this generous offer 111 The St. Louis Daily Republic. This offer i- guaranteed. The 'Wonderful Remedy, Swamp-Root, Is pleasant to take and is for sale at all Drug Stores ev ery whore, in Rot ties of Two Sires ami Two Prii'os Fifty Cents and One Dollar. Don't make any mistake, but remember the lume, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil mer's Swaniii-Root, and the address, Ringlumton, X. Y., on every bottle. TWO CONCERNS. Kirby Lumber Company and Houston Oil Company Taken in Charge bv Federal .Court. day set for the final orders In the case. The business of the two companies will proceeel as usual and no other Interests will Iw involved thereby. "The othei banks of thn citv- thi after neen tendereel the Planters anel Mee.hanics Xation.il Rank all assistance necessary. They were not e.illeel upon, however, .is the hanlc w.uv able to meet every pav ment. "The run was of s.hort duration." .1. II. SJIJI Spectacles KIUIIV MIKES A STATKMi:T. to HEARING SET FEBRUARY 17. X. W. McLeod of St. Louis and 15. F. Homier to Conduct Affairs of Houston Firms Pending a Settlement. -IIOIIKHI.V Democrats IV.INrs OW RM-IOV to I'lIT AJ1 World Fnlr Auto Service. The World's Talr Automob'Ie Transit Company, which has the concession for automobiles on the Exposition grounds, has lot a contract for 1V electric brough ams and hansoms, seating from two to four persons each. These vehicles are to be hired by tho hour, day or week to pri vate parties. It will be possible for vis itors from out of town to engage the au tomobiles ln advance. Ilntne' Monev lln I'xiiensex. KEri'BLIC SPECIAL. Moberly, Mo . Feb 2. Mobcrly is mak injr a bid lor tho net State Democratic Convention. Local Democrats met to dav and in a few- minutes subscribeel enouph rooncj to pay .ill necess.irv e penses, and they will give more if riocs sary. Her unswei'vInK Democracy, coupled with tho fjrther fact tint she has no fa vorite son a candidate for any State of fice, as well as the additional f-ict th.it she belonps in the larpcst Democratic Con gresqlonal. Senatorial and Judlci.il dls rtlcts, makes her chances seem bright. Don't Look Old Before jour time. Brlni; back the fresh ness of jouth to our complexion. Laxa tive Eoro Pepsin will do It. Cleanses the entire sjstem. All-Druggists, 2; cts. per Lottie. Salt ItmnltlnK From Stock IJenl. Otto F. Stifel and Henrv Nlcolaus sued Otto Koehlor in the Circuit Court yester day for J1D.O0O advanced for Investment In tho Republic Mining Company, for which they claim to have received no stock.) Ilou-ton. Te . Ib 2. IJ V. Conner, the personal re-pre tentative of John II. Klrby anel X. V. McLeod of St. Louis, have been appointed temporary receivers of the ICirby Lumber Company, one of the larg est corporations of the Kind in the South west I" A. Hejchardt. cashier of the riantera and Mechanics' National Bank of this vit. of which John II. Kirhv Is presi dent, and Thomas II. rranklin of Sin Antonio have been appointee! tempoiary iccelvers of the Houston Oil Company. Judge Burns, of the Federal Court for the Southern District of Tet.is, will hear an application on February 17, to make these apjiointment-s permanent. Shortly before noon to-day, a small run was started on the 1'ianters anel Mechan ics National Bank. Cashier Hevchanlt, with his assistants, paid all checks of de positors who demanded their money. Attornej Flod McGowan to-day made this statement: "There is no need whatever for any ex citement on account of the temporary receivership. It was brought about by tho fact that the Mar land Trust Com pany, holding timber certificate' of the Kirbv Lumber Companj. and guaranteed hj the Houston Oil Companj-. upon which inte-rest was not paid when due. Is Its' If In the har.els of .1 receiver, and It v.as on this account that action was taken. "Plans for a settlement are pending and are near 11 settlement. It is quite evi dent that the receivership is merely for the purpoe of holding the properties of the two companies Intact until an ami cable adjustment, pending negotiations can be brought about. I believe this wilt be done before February 17, which is the, Itemilt AMU He Itenrflclal Ilotli Compunler. New York, Fob. 2.-John II. Klrby, president of the Kirbv Lumber Companj. is now in this citj. Icegardln the court procedlngs. he t.iid: "The iction taken In the court is to be elepioreel. but in m opinion the result will be beneficial to both corporations. We resisted this action, however, in every way we could, but now that It has been forced upon u. . .shall tndcavor to carrj- through the financial plans tem-porarllj- inti rn pted bv these proceed ings. Both corrorations own assets of great value, ami both are thciroughlv solvent. The buincs-s K profitable, and th. onlj and sole cause of the present trouble lies in the fact that the securities issued by the Houston Oil Companv- have not be.i n mirket ible." Th" Kirbj- Lumber Companj- investul heavllv in the prcfericel stock of the Houston Oil Compinv. liiviekriKon whleli have been defaulted since J.inuarj- last, lesulting in th calling of manj- loans made tr the lumber comiKiuj. 00 SO.IHI Vlnr.U Crun ifao.OO. New Orleans and return February via Illinois Central 913, returning March 3 by extension. Write or call for booklet. TRIES TO COMFORT COLLINS. Condemned Man Iteceives Letter Telling Him to I5e Cheerful. George Collins, who Is under sentence of death, and at present a prisoner in the city ji.il, jesterdaj- received from some sympathetic person a letter advis ing to ' keep liruce-el up" until it is over." Collins read the Ii tter and then hande el It to Chier Guard Wall. Tho letter Is written 011 stationery on which appears In a watermark the words "Postol Tele graph Companj-." A St. Iyitils postmark is on the envelope. SIMON TO CONTINUE FIGHT. Health onunis.sioner Will File Further Information. Health Commissioner Simon state3 j-es-terday that his department would file th- ( m OR- Eyeglasses1 $5.00 Solid Gold Frames... Steel Frames $1.00 up Fitted with our celebrated crji.talline lenses, accurately adjusted ti the needs of your ejes. At the first Indication of failing sight call anil consult our e tpert opticians. Dr. Bond .mil Dr. Montgomery. Dyes Tested Free. If not convenient to call, we ean serve jou by malt. Write- for free test card. MERMOD&JACCARD'S, liroadwar and Locust. formation against others of the gang of grafters' that h id mulcted city Institu tions, and that an effort woulel be made to scure tho inelic.tme.nt of &omo of those Uglier up. 'I here were four indictments returned by the December Grand Jurv upon Informa tion tiled bj- the Hcjlth Commissioner, but rono of tliee. the Commissioner ft itcs. were foi ho ringleaders. Further Information against those whose names cime before the list Grand Jury will be filed with the new-Grand Jurv. A pimphl"t Is being prepared by tho Heclth Commissioner, giving Instruction, couched ln simple langu ige. as to f umiga tier. methods In eentagious diseasen, and the duties of physicians In reporting such casts. A copj- of the pamphltt will be left at evcrj- house that Ii placarded against contagion, and copies sent all phji.clans In the citj. 1I1I Deliver r'mmett Addres. It was announced je.sterel.iy that the ad e'ress at the Robert Emmet anniversary would be elellvereel bv the Kevcrend O. J. McDonald, pastor of St. Ann's Church. The Irish Nationalists are preparing for tills event to take place at Pickwick Hall, March 6. CASTOR I A Fcr Intasis and thiWreri. 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