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THE ST. LOUIS iREPUBLIC: THURSDAY. JULY 21, 19J)4.
BROWNS SHUT OUT BY THE ATHLETICS Score Is 2 to 0 in Favor of McGil- licudy's Team After a Hotly Contested Game. MORAN WITH ST. LOUIS. Former Senator Uats for Hemp hill in Ninth Inning Popping an Easy Fly to First Baseman Davis. .vr.tMiiM: on hi: ci.uns. Amrrfcnn Uitcnr, Cloh. r. iv. i- ivt club P. w. u ivt. rtcn .." M r? K3OxclM .T 45 si .54R ycrk..T sn .fi.17 ltronns ..7; SI 41 .(31 Oitoaro." S3 .&5"lr'ttpt ..s : " .0) rhIU. - - Si i6PIWa.ll. 74 14 W 1W IVherc Thrj- Fins- To-raj-. , Frotens at Boston. I fldoaRo at New York. Cleveland at 1'hlladel. I Detroit at WnahlnRton. Yeaterdnjr'is neaiilta. rhlladel. 2. Browns 0. Iltetrolt 11. New York 4 Chlcaira . Wash ton 0. 1 Oleic. R-9. Boston ! rhlladclphia. Pa.. Julv K Anothtr of those almost wr!cct articles of ball vas oihlbltfd at Columbia I'ark to-day -with the result that (rooso crrs kept plllnp tip until the seventh lnnitip. Then one break opened such a hole In the basej paths that Captain Lave Cross and Murphy tcored the only runs of the contest. IJoth pitchers handed out an A Xo. 1 collection of shoots and curves, nnd their support was of the kind that made the 4.093 spectators Rive expression to their emotion' in whoops of delight that could be heard a mile away. Because of the fast fielding the tnlrlcrs had a somewhat easy tim of It a.t certain ptases, for it was thn brilliant playing of II. Cross. Mun'hj and Wallace that kent many would-be base hits from being chalked up. It was a tos"-up betueen Plank nnd Howell as to the twlrllnp honor?, but 4,Ad..nme 'Arpv" hml bl litml hiirrl luck. Each twirler was touched up for only five hits, and each cave only one base on balls. With such pitchinR as this nnd wonderful fielding pl.iys being mode at frequent Intervals the fortunes of the day rested with some Holder who was un fortunate enough to make a break. PADDEK IS UNLUCKY. The unlucky individual was Padden. the pccond baseman of the Browns. Padden deserved a curtain lecture by Manager McAleer. In the seventh Inning he tried to stop a. grounder off L. Cross's bat. He fumbled the ball, which dropped right at his feet. Padden was so disgusted at his fumble that, although he even then had a good chance to throw Lave out. he re fused to maJce n move to pick It up until fter the Athletics1 captain was safe at first base. ' That started the trouble for the Browns. Seybold made a neat sacrifice and Lao went dqwn, to second, and scored when Murphy singled to left. Danny slolo sec ond and took third on a single by Powers. Wallace made a great stop of the "Doc tor's" hit, but could not -iccover himself in time to get his man at first. Then Powers took lots of room off first and be fore he could be run down Murphy crossed the plate. Monte Cross gave the game a great start bv a wonderful play on Hurkett's ground er. Monte got the ball in front of sec ond base, and while on the full run tossed it to Dais berore 'Jesse. could get to the sack. M. CROSS'S GREAT CATCH. In:th second inning MnnteljimpediUito the air after Paddcn's liner. He could not hold the ball, but he got back to the ground before the horsebide and recovered it with one hand. Scvbold got the first hit of the game in the second, but a fast throw by Hddrick to Padien nailed "Socks" when he tried 10 stretch, the drive into a double There was plenty of action In the fenrth. After striking out Hemphill and Heidrlck. Plank gave Jones a ball to his liking and a single resulted. Wallace drew four balls, but Padden sent a fly to Seybold. Hartsel opened the Athletics" half of this inning with a drive to left center, for which Burkett made a tlesperato try, but could not hold, llcker ing beat out a bunt and "Topsy" went to third. Davis hit a slow grounder to Padden, but Hartsel concluded not to take a chance and remained at third, while Harry was thrown out. L. Cros1? gave to Hill a foul, but, although the bases were filled, with four balls to Sey bold no scoring resulted, for Hcidrick pulled down Murphy's fly. Burkett opened the sixth with what looked to be a safe drive, to Tight field. " Murphy, though, got a good start after the ball and. suddenly throwing hlmfclf forward, grabbed it with one hand and held It. The play was one of those unex pected ones which fairly took away the breath of the spectators. MORAN WITH .BROWNS. Moran, who Joined the Browns to-day, went In to bat for Hemphill. Ills debut in a St. Louis uniform resulted in a little fir to Davis and when Heidrlck sent a fly M. Cross the danger signals were or dered down. It was a case of one. two, three and all hands hustle for supper in the ninth. The score: ST. LOUia "ah. n. h. o. a.. a Burkett. left field 0 1 0 0 o Hemphill, rtE-ht field.... X 0 0.0 0 0 Heidrlck. center field.... 4 0 13X0 Jcoea. first base 4 0 13 10 tVallam, ahoruttop 3 o 1 1 o rsdden, eeeond base 2 0 1 4 Hill, third base 3; 0 0 2 0 0 Kahoa, catcher. ; 0 2 s 0 1 HosrelL pitcher. a o it 0 4 0 Moran. right field 1 0 0 0 J) 0 Totals St 0 i U II 2 t " rHILADCLPHIA. AH. It. 3L O. A. B. HartaeL-'lert' field ' 0 1 0 A Pickering, center field... 4 0 12 0 0 Darts, flrat baso S 0, 0 S 1 . I Owe. third base 2 I 0 o 1 0 jwnbold. right field 1 1 3 11 0 Murphy, recond base J 1 1 3 3 0 M. Cross, ahortstop , 2 0 4 3 0 Powers, catcher 3 o t n 11 Tlank. pitcher. 3 0 0 110 Totala 2' 8 27 -3 1. 0 St. loula..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0- Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0'.. 2 Two-base hits trart'el 1. .Burkett. 1. Three basa hltasejbold 1. lWt on bases sr. Luls S Philadelphia E. struck out By-.PIank . S.v by Howell 8. Bases on halle-Off Plank 1. off How ell 1. Time of-game Ono bour, nnd. forty' min utes, umpires tow: er and King. Chicago S, AVaihltiBinnl. Washington. Julv 20. Chicago batted Patten out of the box In the second Inning to-day and defeated. Washington 8 to0 Townsmd. who ftnUi.ed the game, did well. The feature of the game was Smltn'a pitching. Score: Washington. . - Chicago. AH.H.U.A.I.. .lt.Jl.U.A.L rvu;hl!n;3h 4 Donovan.rf 4 1 Jone.. cf... 5 1 n 1 1 1 1 0 1: 0 2 Green, rf... 5 2 ("allahan.lf S 3 Ihivl-. a.... 5 0 Donahuclb S 1 000 3 0 0 Qissldy, a.. 4 Stahl. lb. ...4 O'Nell. of.. 3 McCk. 2b.. 3 Huelsm'n.lf 3 Ttlttredgcc 3 Tattcn. p.. 0 Townsend,p 3 1 r. 0 J 1 0 0 0 Tundon..:b 5 2 1 2 Ta'hlll.p-Jb 5 3 10 McFarl'd. c 4 0 Smith, p... 3 2 9 0 0 12-0 Totals ... 15 17 11 0 Total ...31 4 27-12 1 Washington - g " ". JzO Chicago 4000020 0-8 Two-base hits Jones 1. Green 1. Callahan 1. .Dundon 1. Three-basw lilts Smith 1. Castdy 1. H!t-Off Padden T in two Inning.. Stolen bases Donovan 1. Tannehtll 1. McParland 1. Double plavs McCormlck and Stahl 1. Kirst on ballaOft Townsend 1. Struck out By Town send 6. by Smith 9. Left on bases Washing on 4. Chicago . Time One. hour and forty min utes. Umplre-O'Loughlln. Attendance. SM. ' Xesr Yorlt 4,.Detrolt 11. New York, July 20. Detroit won tho" series by defeating New Turk to-day, 11 to. 4. Tow ell wa batted "cut of the box in the'fifth Inning and gaie way to Clarkson. Attendance, 2,00 Pcore: ' Detroit. AB.H.Q. New York. - AB.H.O-A.K' A.E- Barrett,, ef. s 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0, fl 4 1) 0 1 1 0 0 s 0 Dough'tr.lf 4, 0 I 1 0 Mclntyre,lf 5 Carr. lb.... 4 Crawfd. -Tt 5 Lowe.b... R Bob'son. 2b 4 Wood. -ct.. 5 Kltson, p.. S O'Lear', 4 0 2 Keeler. rf.. 4 I 0 0 31 A .2 3 15 Wlll'ma. 2b 4 1 2 Anderson.lb 4 0 S Z 4 Klberrem. a rvmrpy. cf. 4 Klelnow, c. 4 0 1 0 . 1 1 Osteen. 3b. 4 Powell, p.. 1 Clarkson, p 2 2 0 0 v0 1 Totals ... 15 IT 17 2 Totals 34' T 27 1 5 New Tork -Detroit ..4... ....0 0410JI1O2 1 4 1 2 0 0 5 0 0-3 0 11 -JYWiasu, ,J Elbcrfcil L I -Swa-taw hiU -nfberrXS h1"!Sfa,'r ' O'Lmo- 1 Home runi Inmni. ii';.flvc !nnln- ft nrkn 3 In four rlrit'i iv. ,H-Xn( York 4 Detroit 1.. KIrS .S2 Lal'-Ofr Clarkson ). off Kiton 1. JuKiS? STTr'? York Uetrolt S. Struck WimXiiIX" '",.? '"' arkson J. bv Kltson 3. hour. In?hn!lK,.t"m Time or irame-To Hours and me minutes. Umplre-Connollj . Cleveland 5 SI, Doiton 10. noston, July 20.-CIe eland won two game Irom Bccton to-day before an enormoui croud. Bundled hits eolncidint ulth Boston's error?. ?,Sd. ae,ilan;l to score In the flrt game. Ie ra",'ff7:,',e- Hn4 W' 'Ul'POrt naa fault InnH06111"'1 ha'ted Younit Vharpl) In the h7$ ?.Ka,m,? Mn1 forceil hlm to retire Winter Scores" mUCh te,l'r- Attendance. 1C.S0:. CIe eland. 1 lio.ton. nirb rf fMV- AIl.ll.OAE v?.5i-lt-v; 5 " 2 " oinr sb 4 i 1 2 1 l.radley 3b .. 1 I ; .1 Preeman.rt 1 0 o 1 J-Mcie. ;t . .1 ; 3 -. a rTPt. , . 4 0 0 :. 2 iiiicrr.an.lbr. 1 12 n ,rIach. If 1 : J turner, s.. 3 0 2 3 t.ac!Vce. lb 3 1 12 o a. ct ... 4 0 2 11 0 Heml.. e... 4 (i 5 1 ,) iloore. i... 21010 rem. 211.. .-.1:40 Fan-ell. r . 2 ft C 1 ft lilb'on. t . 2 1 0 2 0 Total. . 31 7 27 14 4 Total. . 35 r. : 1: 0 1 leveiand 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 31 ""tun 0 o 0 0 0 il 11 0 1-1 iJFn?'br 'l-lJJol 1 Thrre-ba.e lill.-t.i-iii ,'. !"!r,r"lf' Mf-Tiirner I Molm Ui. st. . I lrt l-a-e oi hall'-orr r.lb'on '-. ofT Moore 1. Mniek oiii-lij bon r n Monro , 1 !,5.""'' "'I'l'-Hcml. 1. 1 nne -Tint liouis and tlfleent minute, rtnplre Shetulati sKOri.Mi i:MK Cleveland Ho.ton. AR.ll.n A 1: All 11.0 A 1: Flick, rf . t. rthl cf I 0 ! o o l.U"h. If . ;. Hrad!r. 3h ;, lJole. jli . i Hlrktmin lb : Turner, s . 4 H. cf . 4 AMmll. c 4 Jo... p t 2 1 3 1) 4 3 n M i"ollln. 3b 4 1 1'ieeni in.rf 4 0 Parent . 4 2 3 11 l8-lham. If 4 I 0 3 2 0, .arhVe. lb 3 1 3 .1 n I rrlf ;b 3 14 2 1 t n i-ilgci. c 3 16 1 I 1 ". i) Yonna 1 1 n 0 1 , , - ; - i Winter. 1 2 i 0 1 Total. ...41 17 27 10 0 I Total" .32 C 27 15 (lceland 1 1 o 4 2 t 0 0-3 '""ton 0 0 0 0 v 0 0 0-0 FacrlBce hits Turner 1. To-ba hlte-Hlrk-man J. i-arent I. (.Tiger 1 Three-base hit' Illckman 1 l.ajoie 1. llltjfr oung. n in four and a third innings; off winter. 7 In four "d two-third Innings, stolen liasc" I,uh 1 noublo pla r 1 .ajolo and Hickman J. selbaeh. 1-orri. and lchance 1 struck out By Joss J. M Young 1 In winters. Time of came One hour and thlrty-tno minutes. Umplre-Shcr-Idan. STAUI.N OK THE CMI1S. ntlounl I.enzrne. tlub I. w. I. Pet. N York. .78 SS .711 Cliicago ..76 4 rs k:4 t'lncln'tl .76 45 31 .51.3 Plttinirc.74 42 32 57 Club P. W. 1. Pet Cardinals 76 4A 35 .iw3 Brookljn S4 31 M .361 Boston ..78 IS SO .251 Phlla. ...74 18 M .241 AVIierr They Play Tn.)iy. Philadel. at St. Uiuls Boston at Cincinnati. BrookhTi at Pltt.burg I New York at Chicago. Veaterdny'a rtraalta. Clncln'tl 5. BrookljiM I Philadrl. 5. Chliago 4. I'lttsburg 4. N. York 3 1 Cincinnati ri. Brooklyn I. Cincinnati, o., July 2.). Cincinnati won In the ninth on a pa's and three "Ingles, after Brookljn had taken the lead In the first half of the Inning. Outfielder Sheckard of BrookUn haa been suspended for three da for using improper lnntuagi- Attendance. 4.'i0. Score: Cincinnati. Brookljn t. , AII.H.O A.K. AB.H.I..A.1V. Hugglns. 2b 3 1 2 2 0 Dobbs. cf-. 3 2 3 0 0 Senour.cf 3 1 11 11 il l)inn. lb . 4 I 9 1 I Dcilan rf... 4 1 0 1 Lumley, rf 4 1 Odwell. If.. 3 14 0 0 Ue.sler. If. 4 2 .' 11 11 Kellej. lb. 4 0 14 1 l Babb. r.... 4 H 3 4 0 1 1 orcoran. s 4 12 3a Bergen, c 4 3 3 2 1 Woodruff. 4 113 0 Mcl"l:. Sh . 4 0 1 0 0 Sehltl. c .. J 0 4 3 0 Mrang. 2b. 4 0 1 . I I.ftlng p... 3 2 0 2 0 Can In. p.. 3 0 2 1 I , 'Itllter .... 0 il ft .1 Totals . .51 $ 27 It 1 Jones, p... 0 0 0 0 Totals .36 10125 14 4 Batted for fanln In tlm ninth tore out when winning run was scored. Cincinnati 0 1 200000 25 Brookljn 11 y 0 u 0 1 ij 1 2 I Two-laee hlls-Kwing 1. Woodruff 1 Thre ba.e hits Ge.sler I Home run.- Ge-.ler 1 Stolen bases Corcoran 1 Double plats Strang and McCormlck 1. Plrst on lallf-Off Ewlna 5. ortGartln5. sacrifice hits Hugglns 1 HI bv pitched ball By Jones 1. struck out B- Elng . ht GarMn 2. Wild pitches Enlng 1" lllls Off Gartln F. in rlcht lnnlnc. ore .tones a In one Inning. Time of gam Two hours and elev en minutes, umpires Johnstone and Carpenter. Phllailelpbln R. ChlcaKo -1. Chicago. July 20. It was Chicago's game until the ninth, when the lItort. fell on Wicker and pounded out two singles, a double and a triple. scoring three runs and t.lnnlng the game Two sen.atlonal tatches bj Kfrs and McCarthy were the features Attendance, 1.S0O. fctxire: Chicago. , Philadelphia iAlt.H.O A.C ' ' AB.H.O A.H Wogle, Hi.. 4 2 3 0 OIThdmns, cf 3 0 3 o o Cascj. 3b.. 3 1 Chance, Jb. 4 2 Mct"th. cf 4 1 Kllng. c. . 4 " i:ter. 2b . 4 j Tinker, i. . 4 0 WiU'ms. tf 4 1 l.uii lgrcn.p 2 1 Wicker, p. 2 1 z . v liieason. 2l 4 1 1 r n I 1 1 VVri'ton,3b3 2 3 2 1 3 11 11 I.u!i rf ... 4 2 l i it 431) riotie. ib.. 2 n in 0 n .10 Tltue. If .. t 1 3 1 0 13 0 Hulvkitt. a 4 0 3 2 il 2 ii O.Koth. c 4 1 0 1 1 U Praser. p.. 4 1 0 3 Total. .33 S 27 15 1 Total SS II 27 II 1 Chicago 0 0 2 10 0 0 1 0 4 Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 35 Left on bases Chicago 4. Philadelphia 4 To IwutH hits Kters 1, Wolterton 1. L.ush 1 Three baae hit. Chant e 1, Both 1 Home run. Kllng 1. Stolen base "nance 1 Williams 1. Slagle L Double ptajs Tinker and Cliance 1, Titus. Hulswltt. Gleason nnd Wolterton 1 Struck out By Wicker 3. bt Kras'r 1. Bases on ball. Off jjunogren 4. on l ra.er 1 1111s off j.unogren 4 In throe Innings, off Ylcker 4 in four Innings. Umpire Zlmmrr. I'lttslinrg; 4. ess- Vurlc 71. Pittsburg. Pa., July 20. Pittsburg won in the ninth on Wagner's three-bagger and Brans field's single. Thi features were Smith's effect ive throwing to cond and Ames's striking out six out of nine batters In three Innings, wild throws bj- Delln and McGann gate Pittsburg two runs In the third Inning. Attendance. 6,235. Score: Pittsburg. 1 New York. AB.ll.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.U. Leach. 2b.. 4 0 0 4 1 Bres'han.cf 4 3 o 0 0 Beaum't. cf 4 0 0 0 0 Browne, rf. 4 2 1 0 0 Krugr if 4 0 1 0 0,Delln. 3b. 4 0 0 1 1 Wagner, s. 4 2 7 1 OlMcOann, lbs 1 13 n 2 Bransrd.lb 4 1 12 0 0 Merles. If.. 4 0 3 0 0 Sfcbring. rf. 3 1 1 n 0 Dahlen. s.. 4 2 i J 0 llitcnej. .u 5 o j b litiiioert. 2D. J u 0 4 o Smith, c... 2 0 24 OiBow"inan. e'4 1 S o 0 Flahenj, p 2 0 0 3 0 Am-s. p.... 3 0 0 3 0 Totals . 30 4 27 17 2 Totals ...31 825 13 3 One out when winning run was scored Pittsburg 0 1 2 (V 0 0 0 0 1-4 New York 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 03 Two-base hits Dahlen 1. Three-base hits Wagner 2. Bresnahan 1. Sacrifice hits riahertt 1. McGann 1. (illlert 1. Double plays Smith and Wagner 1. First base on ball Off Ames 1. Struck out Bj- Klahertj 1. by Ames S rrTlrfto of game One hour and thlrtj- minutes. Um pires o'Daj- and Moran. Central League. Evanstllle. Ind., July 20. Central League re sults: At South Bend South Bend 8. Ktansvllle 0. At Tort Waj-ne Fort Wajnc 9. Terre Haute 10. At Grand Rapids Grand Rapids 2. Dajton L Cotton States) Leaarne, At Grcemllle Grccnille 2. Natchez 1, twelve lrnlnga. . At Vicklurg Baton Itouge 2, Vlcktburg 0. At Monro Monroe 5. Pine Bluff 4. In itii State I.onjrne. At Ottumwa Ottumwa 5. Burlington 3. At Marsballtown lloone 2. Marshnlltown 1. At Waterloo Waterloo 5. Fort Dodge 4. f.iltnk-osa Keakuk game rnwijHju'd; wet grounds. Teias Lenirae. At Dalt . Dallas 15. I'arls 4 At Corslcnna-rCorslcana 3, Fort Worth 1. nnth Texaa I.ensrne. At Galteton -llaheston 7. Houston 4. At San Antonio San Antonio 4, Ueaumont 1 Southern Leairur. New- Orleans 0. Atlanta 1. Fifteen Innings. Memphis . Montgomerj- 2. Nashville .. Phreteport 1. LlttleRock-Blrmlngham, no game: rain. Struck by n Spent Bullet. Mrs Ellen Rian. of No. 3123 North Grand avenue, was struck by a spent bullet from a rifle vestirdaj- afternoon, while at work In her kitchen. Tho missile struck her back of the right ear. causing a flesh wound. AVcatern League. At Dent er Dent er 5. St. Joseph 3. At fYdorado Springs Rain. At Dea Molnea Des Moines 6, Omaha 1. American Association. At Kansas Clt- Loulst Hie 5. Kansas city 2. At Milwaukee Columbus 5. Milwaukee 4. At Minneapolis Mlnneajwlls u 4. Toledo 3. At St. Paul St. Taul 4, Indianapolis 3. Minor (ianei. - Columbia. Mo., July 20. The Columbia Reds and Armstrong Champions plaj-ed a gamn of baseball here to-dav In the record-breaking time of flftj'-nlne minutes. The game was a pitch ers' battio throughout. Armstrong won by a score of 1 to 0. Amateur nnseball. Notes. ' The'Klrkwrods defeated the Mound Cltys'.Sun day by the score of '3 to 0. The Topsj-s would like to hear from all 'St. I,ouls and out-of-town teams. Address S. Pl rcentel. No. 1001) Washington atenue. The St. Bridgets will play the St, Columb kllles Sunday on the C. B. C. campus. The Arks defeated the Beaters Sundav. The former team would like to hear from all teams In the 15 and 16 far old ola. Address G. Holier. No. 1512 Norlh Tenth street. The Orplwin Rojs defcated-tha Conroya Sun day by tho score of 4 to 3. - la Latham, JIo.. team dtltatttl' 0w HJsll I Point team Sunday by the score of 7 to 0 Only tnenty-eeen batters faced LnndM and onlv one man reached first bast, taking the Back on a miss by the catcher. The Unions defeated the Bchnurrs Sunday by tho scons of 3 to 1. A rood all-around plajer nouM like to loin some team In the 17- ear-old class. Address V. C. Notter. Jtapleuood. Mo. The Onlnrton. would like to hear from all out-of-town teams Pnr particulars and dates address George V. Tibbies. 7"o. 2323 Maiden lane. lllftnourl Vllllet I.engut. At Tort Scott- 1111 k Fort Scott . 0 o n o it 0 0 0 ft 0 ft Leatenwo-th ..0 0 0 0 0 ft 1 v 0 1 C 5 Batteries Groom and Armstrong. Gond.arl and L'lrlcb. Umpires llusai k. Hnwv and n't ter. Time of game One hour and fortj-flte minute.. There were tlnee umplle. At Pltt.burg B 1! Il .lontln 0 3 ? ft ft H ft ft 7 It Pittsburg .1 1 1) 0 ft --' '' " Batlerle" Morris and Van.lrhill. Hall, and ScRbaugli. I'mpire Collins. Tliii-One. hour and twrnlv-flte minute. m:ii. 'i hi:kt tieiiovrjo. Ilots In tome liicellier llefiire Ml tlnnnl Mhletlf I'lub .lulj -' Now York. July V -All arrangement"' for the bout between rr.itikle Nell. Ih'" bantam diampion. ami Hngliey McCot crn. the little South ll-ookljn bantam weight li.no flti.-illt lictn completed The hots will romp togithct 111 i' .x-mtind built before the NatinlMl Atnltlie Club 0: I'hlladelphla mi the night of Julv 2" Noll ami hi father aio ieponlliIe fo tho match They went tn Philadelphia a few nlgltta ago. Mf Mati'hm iker M -RtilRiiu. nicppleil the lattir offer for the fight and nfllteil their signatures to tlii arilclcs of :iRreement They will battle for 70 per cent of the gro-s receipts. (HMllOT ItAlll F11ATIHK. Annual Sports of Irish Nntlininliata nt Knlr t:roiiiuli uadnj. Tor the lift time In the history of ama teur sport in I he West chariot races will be contested when the annual games of tho IrMi Nationalist"' are held at the old Pair Grounds Sunday afternoon, sixty Hoots and man) ioc.il athlete") are entered for this ctent. which pninii" to be cue of the most exciting contests eer seen on a Western athletic Held. In the weight rtonti there will prac tically be 11 reunion of the old-time weight champions, whin Stete Kane, Mylci Mc Donough. Charle llennem.tn and a few more of the old-timers come together. The weight etents promise to bo interesting, as they will practically be contests be tween "athletes of the old school, against those of the new school. A total list of 210 entries has boon re ceded for the games, in order to give tho scratch men a chance, to get one of the diamond medals offetrd for new world's records, the discus throw has been made a scratch etent. and manv believe that Rodman will bo able to beat the. present record All the Hoers who competed in the Hi bernian sports last Sunday are entered for the games, while Klely of Ireland and Hollowav of the Greater Now York Irish A C. will also compete. The various dele gations to the Hibernian convention will attend the sports. IL'TTCIl PROM TIIOM VS JKI'FEJISO.V. Write ItegnnllnK the Purchase of Mntliemntlcat Inn triune lit a. A letter In the handwriting of Thomas Jefferson Is exhibited to visitors at the Virginia State building, a reproduction of the famous Virginian's home. The letetr Is written to Peter Hat Ion, professor of mathematics at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. England, and seeks information and assistance In tho purchase of scientific instruments for the mathematics department of tho Unl erslty of Virginia. It stales that such Instruments cannot be purchased In Amer ica and mentions the Inclosing of W,) to pat- for the same. The communication cover" throe large pages and is written In the plain, regular stle that characterized Jefferson's chirographs-. The letter is ono of an Interesting rumher of relics which belong to the Uni erslty of Virginia and which were loaned the Virginia State building. compi.etim; iil.cksmitii shop. 3foro Vorl.ninii MnUlnsr Structure Out uf llmnbou. A native workman Is now completing a Moro blacksmith shop. The nmil, peculiar Moro hammers, double-handed bellows and odd-looking tools hae been placed In the Mines buildhig in the Philippine section. The shop l built of bamboo, with nipa. palm leaf thatched roof, laced with rattan or pegged with bamboo nails. A complete Jeweler's outfit from Minda nao is also shown in the shop. The min eral resources of the inlands arc shown in a comprehensive display. Including gold quartz, free-gold ore, lead, copper, zinc, silver and Iron. Limestone, sandstone, granite, petrified woods, used for building purposes, coal and sulphur, which are foetid In large quantities, are also dis played, A model Iron foundry, with smeltep and limestone molds, occupies the center of the building. The exhibit I- In charge of Roy Hopping, Superintendent of Mines of the Islands. SEN. VEST GROWS "WEAKER. Vitality Very Low and Condition Is Rep;ardo(l as Serious. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Sedalia. Mo.. July 20. Senator George Graham Vest is in a serious condition at his home In Sweet Springs. He appears to be growing 'weaker each day and his vitality Is very low. The Senator has been exceedingly feeble for several months, and It Is now feared that he may not bo able to survive tho summer, owing to his present debilitated condition. f. St. I. mils Orphan Injjireil. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Chicago. III.. July 30. Honrv Stephens, aged 16, who was an inmate of St. Joseph Orphans' Home at St. Louis, lost both hands and his rieht foot In Jumping from a freight train this morning when chased by a detective His recovery is improb able. AVulklng to the Fnlr. M. B. Duke find J. A. Owens, who claim to be walking'froiti Atlanta. Ga., to the World's Fair on a wngcr. passed through Belleville yesterday. Tlicysav that they will have to cot to the Fair by noon to day to win Koft. Thev expect to reaUi their destination early this morning. Ilelletlll.- Jem Notes. A Thomas has returned from l"cstu.j. Mo .. C. Dleckmann and familj- arc isillng in Arizona, Mrs. Ida Sahlen.ler. Is In MemphlF, Tenn. Mrs. U. Goti Is .visiting In Kansas Cily. Mo. Julc J. Baldua is in French Lick. Ind. Wllllatn Knoebel. Jr., of Terre Haute, ind.. Is vl.itlng his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Km-cbel of East It street. Mrs. G II. Mar.h and Mr. J z Jenkins of Bessemer. Ala., are tllllng In Belleville. The engagement of MIsj Rosa Wehrung and Fred Iebr is announced. The Oakland Rod and Gun Club will glto a picnic at Germantown. III., Sunday. The marriage of Miss .Mart- Schaedl-r and Joseph Kaufmann wll ltake pfaco Tuesday. To Pate Fle Blocks. The City Council of Jcrscyvillo has passed, tn ordinance providing for the paving of five blocks In the business sec tion of the city. The paving is part of the improvements that are being considered ny tho City Council to bo completed before winter. Ihe City Council also passed a resolution requesting Postmaster General Payne to establish a free-delivery system in the city. Jerseyville Aotes. Professor Fred I.ong of Brighton. Ill . was a visitor In Jerseyiltle scstcrdaj. Uverett Alexander was a visitor in Granite City jesterday. Mrt and Mrs. Jeff Post returned jesterdaj to Nebraska after visiting friends. S. M. Reddish and Clarenco' Reddish were visitors In St. I.ouIs jurtorday. Professor Thomas Tfcckcr has returned to Rockbrldge.-III.. nfter v lilting In Jersej tllle. James Still of Medora. HI., was a visitor In Jers-yville yesterday. Doctor E. L II. Barry has returned from St. Louis: Colonel Clarence Miles has relumed to Hast ings, Neb., after visiting Jersejvllle relatives. George Henrion and Miss Katie Collins, both of Jersejvllle. will be marlrcd to-daj-. A pirty of Jersej-v llle sportsmen including S II Bowman. John A. Shephard. Thcmas W. Utnlcj- J.eon Engel and John A. llarrl. have gone to the Otter Creek Clubhouse en a Ash ing trip. ".-The Fraternal Union of the First Presbvter lan Church will give an ice cream social .en lucjiaj; evening en the church jawn. TWIN SISTERS MARRY, EACH ACTING AS BRIDESMAID FOR THE OTHER CllOff XV .Hfc 2 sttsW .BPTlsllv' aissHKir ! fev-l VilaTassa saKp fetF' V BBBB MRS. WILLIAM HUTTKR. Twin sisters, who until jcsttiday The' Misses Mjrtle V. nnd KHlo 1? Coombs, twin sisters, pretty nnd popular In Hast St. Louis society, were married yesterday morning, the first to William Hutter of Lincoln. 111., and the other to W. C. Watklns of Last St. Louis Tho couples took turn about In acting as at tendants. The sisters are the daughters ef Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Coombs of No. ISA. Cleve land atcnue. They have known their hus bands for several years, and the families of both expected the weddings for tome time. Several months ago it was decided to have the weddings take place on the same day. PRE-NUPTIAL MEAL CAUSES FATALITY Bride Elect Pours Kerosene on Fire to Hasten Breakfast for Fiance Wedding Dress Her Shroud. Miss Dora Kowalski of No. 4:S Collins ville nvenue, East St. Louis, was fatally burned jcterdnj- at the home of hor fiance. Joseph Schmidt, No. " Collins tllle avenue, while, according to the cus toms of Poland, she was preparing a meal for Schmidt, whom she had piomlsed to marry on Sunday. The accident was the result of using coal oil to start a fire. She died ot St. Mary's Hospital a few hours afterward. A verdict of accident was returned by the Coroner's jury at the inquiFt nt M. J. Walsh's undertaking-roonjs. The funeral arrangements will bo made to-day. Sho will be attired in the white garments In which she was to have been mnrilrd. Polish custom, as practiced by Polos liv ing in Kast St. Louis, decree, that the joung women shall cook several meaL for their intended husbands a week or two before tho date set for the wedding Miss Kowalski had prepaicd several meals and had been highly praised by Schmidt and his relatives. She was to prepare the first breakfast yesterday morning, and she feared that she would keep her fiance waiting If sho did not make haste. The fire did not burn fast enough and she used coal oil, pour ing it from the can. A flash and flames enveloped the girl Her screams brought Schmidt to the kitchen. When he got there she was hold ing her head beneath the kitchen hv drant. He grabbed some coats and U'.it out the fire on the girl's dress, and, after a hard fight, extinguished the blaze. As he did so she fell unconscious In his arms. Neigh bors assisted him, and Miss Kowalski was cared for while others extinguished the fire. An ambulance conveyed the girl to St. Marj-'s Hospital She was not severely burned, but sho had inhaled the fire anil this caused her death. Schmidt was se verely blistered about the hands and arms. Caat St. Louis llnrrlngc l.lvensea. Marriage licenses issued by Deputj George Caughlan in East St. Louis yester day were to: William Hutter. 27. Lincoln. III., and Myrtle Hlyma Coombs, u. East St. Louis: W. C. Watklns, ;i, and Hille II. Coombs, is. both of East St. Louis; Fred Schaefer. 21. and Sadie Clark, 19. loth of East St. Louis; Hnrrt- W. Howard. M. Venice, and Jesio Tlepol, 2S. East Alton; Stephen Hess. in. nnd Gertrude Mllburne, 17, both of East St. Louis. Ilellevlllc MnrrlHgrc Llcenaes. Marriage licenses issued in Hellcvllle yesterday were tti: Fred W. Hubor. 2S. and Sophia Hassamer. ID. both of St. Louis; Anderson Milton, Si, and Lizzie Smith. S3, both of St. Lou!. Bant St. I. on la Items. Mis. Emllv Itothc of Ljulstllle, Kj, is vls ltinsr Miss Lena Schlele. Mr. nnd Mrs F. Collins of Dcnter, Colo, arc visiting in East bt. I.ouis. Miss Vera Coombs Is entertaining Miss Flor ence Hutlcr of Lincoln. 111. Miss Phoebe Smith of Idaho is tho guest of II T. Coombs and familj. The Reverend Mr. ens of Sparta. Ill . is vis iting his son, Colin Cross. Ml.s Jennie Powers Is the guest of fiiends In (Vjultcrvllle. Ill lwetor Elmer Si herrer nnd vtlfc of Dcnter. Colo, an- vl.itlng Mr and Mrs. Jacob Scherrcr. -Mp, M. Stteenct- Is In Ferguson. Mo. Mrs. A llllam Fomian will entertain th members of the Halcjoit Socielj- August 20. The Honorable 1 . Itc"leiiberg and wife hate gon to Chautauqua Tbs members of Ihe Sacred Heart Church tt III glto a eui hre on the church latt n August 4 Mr. and Mrs. George Menner of NViv York are visiting John llcnncr of Itst fcl. Louis. FULL ATTENDANCE AT - CHAUTAUQUA SCHOOLS. Cause of Hussln "Will lie Upheld liy tlir Iteverenil Doctor Ilrrshej- To-Uas. " REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Chautauqua, 111., July 31. The Allen Family Band gave Its farewell concert In the Tabernacle at the Piasa Chautauqua at 2 o'clock this afternoon and departed for Rock Port, Mo., to fill a Chautauqua engagement. The several schools held full session nnd the day was busily spent by the Chautau quans In the educational work. The school of health discussed the "Chief Enemies of the Living Temple nnd How to Avoid Them." The school of domestic science discussed "An Ideal Dinner" with demon strations. The other schools hatfspecial feature work, and the day's programme closed with, a concert in the Tabernacle bv the Dunbar Hand Roll Ringers. To-morrow will be Russian Dnj Tfe cause of Russia In the present Japanese war will be upheld by tho Reverend Doc tor Scott F. Hershey, pator of the First Presbyterian Church at Boston. Mass.. who will lccturo at 2 o'clock In the Taber nacle on "Footsteps ot Russia and Whether Thev Lead." Doctor H. K. Harnett of t ppcr Alton is a guest at Hotel Chautauqua. Colonel and Mrs. W. II. Fulkerson of Jerseyvillo arc (tue,sts at the Piasa Springs Hotel. Colonel I'ulkcrson was MRS. W C. WATKIKS. were .Misses .Mitle and Eflle 'oonili. A difference In the religion (if ti5 bride grooms resulted in arrangements being made :'t two churches for the weddings. Miss Mm tie and M- Hutter wore the first to be married. They were united by tho Rpverepil Father Sweeney of St. Pat rick s Church, while Mr. Watklns and his fianceo acted as attendants. They were then driten to the parsonage of the Summit Avenu" M. E. Clurch, whore the Reterend Mr. Harmon, the pastor, married .Mr. Watkin" and Miss Kllie II. Coombs. Mr. and Mr0. Hutter act ed as attendants 3t this ceremony. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the brides' parents, and the rest of the day was Siicnt at the World's Pair grounds formerly t)ie president of the Piasa Chau tauqu.i Assembly. E. A. William", general passenger agent of the Chicago. Peoria and St. Louis Rail road, was a visitor In Chautauqua to-day. Judge t B. Hamilton, formerly secre tar.v ol Piasa Chautauqua, was the guest ot friends here to-day. Alton utea mid Pergonals. Charles I.av!s ot Alton has returned from Chicago. Emll Brock'nan of Milwaukee. Wis, Is the gust of relatives E F Bitrckman of Memphis, Tenn.. Is an Alton vl'llor IKs-tor and Mrs. W I. Goodln of Cincinnati. O, are visitors In Alton. The Reterend I H Coffman of Deletan, III. Is a visitor in L'pper Alton. The .Sunday si hool of the Cherry Street Baptist Church held an all-day picnic at Rock fcprimrs Park jc.tenlaj. The funeral of Kerot Schultze joung son of Mr. and Mrs lohn Sv.hullie of No (22 Xer'h strict. Alton, took place fsterdaj- morning at It o'clock from St Mart s i hurcli. in Hnrj street. The Keterend Father Joseph Meckel of ficiated, and the burial was In St Joseph's Cemetcrj - Th Keterend Father Arthur LaChanc of Montreal. Cannda has gone to St. Ijouls, after t (siting pith his brother. .Toreph lai-hance. J E. Ilalllgan of Qulncj. Ill . is a visitor In Alton. Tho funeral of Fdard Miller took place tcsteniav afternoon at 2 p'elock from the fam ilj home at N'o ion Eat Third street, to Oak wood emetcrt. in Fpjier Alton. 11 S, Baker has gono to Chicago. John Luttrelt of Denver. Colo . is a visitor In Alton. - Gooiso E Challacomhe of Chkago is the guet of friends. KILLED WHILE ON AN ERRAND OF MERCY. Mrs. Mary I '.frig. Struck by n Fast Train AMtllr Hurting; to a Mck Friend. Hurrying on ?n errand of mercy to the homo of a sick neighbor. Mrs. Mary Ewlg. of Mount Olive, was dashed to death last night within a few feet of her own doov by a fast train. Mrs. Ewlg was known to every resident of Mount Olive as "Grandma." The place had been her home for many years, and a gentler, more helpful nature was never kmwu. I.ast nlsht about 7 o'clock she started away from her home near the Wabash depot to nut so a sick friend, of whose 111 nott she had just learned. A double track it being put in and Mrs. Ewig found smc difficulty in picking her way across. While she was slowly progressing the Wabash Contirental Limited, which was an hour late, struck her, killing her instantly. It Is suppo'td that she became confused and was unable to get off the track when she heard the train coining. Mrs. Evvfg was :i widow ami Is survived by a son and two. daughters. She was a member of the Methodist Church nnd the funeral will be held from there. Ilnrt liy Full From Cllr. John Quinley. who gave his address as No. 2573 I-abndie avenue. St. Louis, at tempted to board a moving Suburban elec tric car on the Troy road In EdwardsvIIle last night. He gtat.ped at the rear hand rail, missed Ills calculation and was struck by the framework of the vestibule. His head came In contact with the sharp cor ner of a tie. rendering him unconscious. He was put aboird and the car continued to Collnlsvlllc. where Qnlnlcy was attend ed by Doctor John Slegcl. RIVER NEWS. Ttfie nntl Kail of the II Hers For T4 hours ndlnc Pt T a. m.: Si Ioul. Wfilnesday. July Co, ij-'t. V.i n rp r. G a ur. Ch an rittfbnrc r2.0 r.7 1.1 r-.rkTsl'iirT .. . . . Ji 0 . .... If.r.miaH M0 19 -1.7 Tnni..lli S? T.l -0 1 Nnntnlll " T -n.l CIiattHnooga 3-tO 2.1 -0.1 Fl-irenc 11.ii I.) -. Jfi.in?niitlltp 21 2 CO Kiaimlllo 3. 11.9 -f3 M Paul 1 0 3.9 0 DuburjUf 1 ft -0 3 I)aenport , !- i At Keokuk ISO O -0 1 Hannibal 3" 6.1 -M I Hranl-nowii l-rt 9 P.l Crntton 23" 9 -.0 OmitJia HO loo -02 Kans City 21.0 js.2 -0.7 t)laM?TW ,- .... lliwrnll.. r0 14 5 Hermann 16 5 -0-" St. I-nuts 9 20.3 -0.3 Chester 30 n.2 -0.3 Cairo -" -9 -i.o MeniphH 21.1 -0 i it !.. lJ-L- . 7!tft ?T1 Jl? 23 0 23.4 " -0.: Vickshurr 5 0 32.8 0 T v 9 3 -0 6 1G 0 12.1 t) 1 -iraM"ri iSe-A uritans Ulse. -Kail. I H. XAX(.ERFIE.U. I-orat Forecast Official, Temporarily In Charge. UHcr Force nut. Th rivers In thA m. Inuli district will con tinue to fall during the next 21 hours. lllcr ami lloalnrNs. Th harl-or gaupes jeMrday nhowed 2.3 feet, a fall of .2 er a foot in H .hours. Freight bulnees on the rler yesterday as fairly good, but piswncer and exrunlon busl n"s was Ilftht on account of the rain. The rain esterday afternoon afforded great rtHel from the Intense heat. Tci-Dat' Wcmther. Fair, with Elight chanse In temperature. Arrived. Tarker Cnrtttn II. Hpencr. Jlenrv Uarley thread Kagle Excursion Kxi ur3tn NashUlta Alton Ucpnrtctl. j) read Eagle... ,. Graf ton ?J3&i m 1 "Off Your Feed?" Stomach unsteady? Tongue coat ed? Complexion sallow? Nerves shaky? Out o sorts generally and feel as though you were an also ran"? Cheer Up. Your Case Is Easy. Heptol Splits (Laxative) Will Put You Right This sparkling, palatable min eral water adjusts things on the inside by flushing the stomach and bovrels and stimulating the liver. It always cures headache. 15c Everywhere 15c. The Morrison Co. I WILL GIVE $1000 If I Fail to Cure iny Otncer or Tumor i treat Derorvii poisons deep glands. NoKnifnorPaln. Xo pay until curetl. o X-IUy orother Swindle. A Facttlc Island plant makes the cures. A ny to cior,lump orporeon the Iipt face or any where six months Is nearly always cancer. . ABSOLUTE lUlMITEE 130-pelool ortcs- tfmnnlllll SSnt free. ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST is nearly always CAJf CKB and Jf nczlfct. ed will always poison deep glands in tilt armpit and kill quickly. ' j Address DR. S. R. CHAM LEE fc CO. SIRICTIT BEIUBIE." THIEE UOT liSUTUTt. Ctflces201and203 N 12th SL, SLLouls.Mo. SEND TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER. Orfy flaffle Sidney India GUens KenrsMv .... cjrrin II. Fpinerr.... City of lToildencc.. retia Kenkuk ...Iowr MIsIIppi Missouri River Kxcurslon Excurfion Arrival To-Dnr. Pprail Eacle IVnl Ilerold - iTicrtfr Tape Girardeau Iora IMIe of alliun ItllstH IjottI Memphis Grafton Memphis Cap Girardeau ... Commerce A.namburs Hamb'irr , L-oner Mississippi Waterloo, Ala. Dcpnrlurcn To-Day. t-prfad Kacle AUonl fTipter Cape Girardeau T.Wle of Calhoun Ilamburc Ira Hambura Dubuqu .... 3t. Paul ISaM Ensle Chester ncnth of OM-Tlinc IlUrr Slenn!. Georp W". Todd. fNo. H?46 Cook avenue, nn old-time steward of'the Anchor and la-1 line, died nt 11 o'clock eten!av mornlnjr. Mr. Todi was 7- tar old and h.ul been en th rler for tho Iat fiftv tears. lunral arrangementa hate not tet been ma'le. Hltrr niulto llrcitlci. The Terd Harold l expectel in from Mem phis to-day with a Ma; load of ra'sensera and frelsht. She leatcs at 5 o'clock to-night for the amo point. The Chester Ttill nrrlte to-day from Cap? Girardeau with raengers and frelsht. i-ha will depart at 4 p. m. B. J. Howard of Jcrfersonilie has Juat fin ished a new barf for the Iiftlc I'atket Com f'any, lo b uted aft a "Ushter during tho ow-water reason. The City of Memphis arrltM frcin AVaterlco. Ala., earrjlng passenger- and a lars load of lumber. Sh alo broujrht In a large consicn ment of wlTat. The MmphH will depart at S p. m. to-morrow, rsturninff to AVaterloo. Th JtaM Kaclc will arrive this mornlnK from Chester, fat. Gnetiee and St. Mary's fehe returns, stopping at the wmc joints, at 4 p. m to-d;. Th steamer Uubuji'o I"aes nt 4 p. m. to da for tt I'auK one hundred wssengets are Ijfolted for the trip. Tho St. 1'aul is expected In from St. IMul to day. Work will be be pun on the n"w towboat to be built bv the Cap Girardeau Transportation iVmpany to-day Her liotler and marhlaerj will o placed on her at tho foot cf CIioutau aenue. Thi Grey EurI departed ftenlav for Peoria with a IarK number Jt paasenjers aboanl and a moderate conalgnm-nt of freight. The, Cap GirHrdcati will arrlte this morn ing from Cape Girardeau and Commerce, i-he v.i.1 return. leaIns at C p. m. to-morrow. Many excursionists hate engaged berths for the round trip. The Spread Eagle will leate the wharf at the foot of Vine .street .Sunday morning at 3 o'clock en her regular Sunday excursion. She will inak Alton. Grafton and Chautauqua, re turning at 7 p. ni. The steamer Henry Harley came In last nUht, bringing World's Fair excursionists from NashWKe. Tenn. More than a hundred were expected to come, but m.y fourteen ar rived. Tne Harley will cont.nue In this trade, making the trip etery twe.te days. The. paa aajte includes meal en route and while In port. Nashtllle and way paenger.-, hating fle days In St. Louis, and r.ai-ngers on the re turn trip Kt thrc da nt Nashtill-. She dt iarts Sunday from the wharf at the fojt of Maikct street. The Corwln II. Spnrer took a good load of excursionists down the rirer jesterday, de rpita the threatening weather. The-City of Protlduice to Montsano I'ark. made a cood trip jesterday. earning a large number of excursion passengers. Ily Telegraph. nnrcDMC srEciAiA Cairo, III . July D). Gauge reads C5-5, showing a fall of .1 during the lat ;i hours- Weather threatening and warm. The Ferd Ilerold ar rlted from Memphis at 10 p. m. and cleared for St. Louis at 11 p. in. The City of Satan nah arrived from St. Louis nt 7:30 a. m.. and rleareil for the Tennessee Hier at fi a. m. 1h Dick Fowler was In and out on Urn. Th btacker I-e arrival from St. Ivuls at 11:3ft a. m.. and clearM for Memphis at 2 p. m. The, Ueater-arritcfl from the Lpper Ohio at Z p. m. Meraphl. Tenr . July . River stands 21.1 ' fet. a fall of t in the last 21 hours. The Georsla. Tx-c depart.! at 12 m. "for Cairo. Thi I?lta depaited at . p. m fr Vickburg Th-i James Lee dcfantJ at 5 i ni for Friar! Sen York ST. LOUIS AVnco I ;jMiiB From Grape to Glass Every step in the process of making, aging and bottling Great Western Champagne is done on our own premises by experts. We know it is an absolutely pure and perfectly healthful wine. 'Of the six American Champagnes exhibited at the Paris Exposition of 1900, the GREAT WESTERN was the only one that received a O.OLD MEDAL." PLEASANT VALLEY WINE CO., Sole Makers, - - Rhelms. N. Y. Sold t rtjtpcclable lae dttlen everywhere. STEAMBOATS. UPPER MISSISSIPPI. 8T. LOUIS AND HAMBURG PACKET STEAMER LORA Will U-i0 foot of Walnut rtret Tuesday)-. ThuiOajs ard Saturdays at 4 p. m. for Weat Point, Hamburg. -Moilors and all war landings. JOHN W. KLWELL. Agent, rhont". Slain 4244. 20 N. Commercial. DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS SPECIAL EXCURSION! Meals ind berth Included, every Wed. mi Sit. to Keokuk, la., and return, $6.00. rir Keoknk, In., ; STEAMER SIDNEY Leave et try 'Wecnesday end Saturday 4 p. la FOR ST. PAIX. MI5X. Sir. Dubuque, Thursday. Julr a,li. n. Sir. fcl. t'aul, Sunday. Jul 24. 4 p. in. From I-Mt Itashtnxlon ae. Phone Mam 3tilA. ISAAC Y X.USK. Ota. Art. STR. BELLE OF CALHOUN Will 1 whsrfboat. foot of Market strt-t. Tusdaj. Thurvlav and Saturday, at p. m.. for ilnmauaua. Ht I'olnt, lUmbunr. Sloaler's and all way landings. Music and danclnc aboard. . . . T. G msiCK. Agent. Phones-Bell Main It; Klnloch C 2M. LOWER U1SSIS9IPPI. I.EE UXE STEAMERS. TO MCMrlllSl nonnd Trlp,"13. UvunsTlllr. 9i I.ttaUrlllr, $10: Cln- clnnnll, 1(112: rlttabnrjr, lf. M.als and benh Included. Cheap freluht and rassenger rates to Chester. Grand Tower. CAP Girardeau. Cairo. Memphis. Helena. Hot Springs. Vlckshurc. Pl-e Illurr and IJttleRock. l'cnl Ilrrold. Friday. July 22,SP.Jb ST."KEIt I.CE. Tuesdar. July 26, C p. m. Ttotti wharf boat, foot of OHe at. Pliones-Miln 10J3A: Klnloch A T3S. Wm. E. Albltz. Com.Ast. D. M. Connors. Gen. A. EiQLE PICKET COMPANY HNiTOURItT EXCURSIONMMsiVI For rape Olrardeau anJ Commerce. Str Cap-a Girardeau ery Mon. and Frl., 5 p.m. lj- St. Onelcve. St. Mrj and Chester. Pir. Hold axe. Tuea.. Thurv. -uid Sat.. 4 p.m. --ILLINOIS RIVERaM For Peoria and Intermediate Points. Str. Grev Kai;lc eerj Wd. and Sat.. 4 pm. rrom dock foot of Vine Street. Main S3. Klnloch 13XL. It. W. L.KTHE. Agt. St. Louis & Tennessee Rher Packet Co.'s SPECIAL NOTICE TO World's Fair Visitors. Tak a wk plpaaurf and absolute rest oa ontj oC our strainers. Telephone or call on J.NU. 1 MASSENGAIE. .Agent. ST. LOUIS AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET CO. Excursion Season Now Open. 8 da a; 3 rivers; t States; mountain scenery; only si;; for round trip, Includlnr meals ana lrth Steamer Citv of Memphis will lea i harfboat foot of Fine at. Friday. July 22. at IT p. m . for Ste. Genet lee, St. Marja, Chester. Wlttenberir. Cape Girardeau. Cairo. Faducah and all way landings en Ohio. Cumber land and Tennese liters to Waterloo, Ala, l'honea 45A and A 111. JNO. E. MA9SEXGAI.E. Agent. STEAMER CHESTER Round Trip, fi.09, Meala and Berth Incl-rded,, WIU leave nha'fbcat, loot or Locust St.. Tut daje. Thurtidays and Saturday it I p. a. (or Cape Girardeau and way landing. Fhona Main 1319; Klnloch D Kl Wit. R. PENISTON. AganU GRIFFIN EXCURSION Hermann, Mo. SUNDAY, JULY 24, '. $1.25 Round Trip. UUSMffl Train les Union Station 9:50 a- m.: returning-, arrives St. Louis 9:30 p. m. Ticket?. Sixth and OHe streets, and excursion agents Union Station and Tower Groie. Call at office tor excursion list. Point. The Robert n Lee departed at 5- p. m. for Ahport. . f Paducah. Kv.. July M. Gauge reads 14 feet and falling. Ulck Fowler to Cairo at 8 a. m iIjde left for Tennessee rilvcr at 6 p. m. Jt Fowler, from Ktansvllle. nt 1 a. m. I. N. Hook out of Tenntsse Rltcr. Castala departd for Tennessee River after a trip of ties. Weath er cloudy and hot. City of Savannah passed up. at 4 p. m. Chester. HI.. Julr a. Gauge 18 feet and fall ing. Weather cloudy and mud: light rain this afternoon. Hoats down: Stacker Lee. 10:30 P m. Oiestrr. 12 midnight. Bald Eagle, la. hl Rii5tell Ird and tow. 4 d. m. Up: BaW Kagle. 10:50 n. m. I'nited States ateamer King and tow. 12 neon. Barrett and tow. 1:30 p. nt City of Memphis, 3 p. m. Tred Nellls and tow. p. m. Chester, 6 pm. Cape Girardeau and Ferd Ilerold are due up. Capo Girardeau. Mo.. July "A Th Cape Glrj ardeau up from Commerce) at 4 p. m. Tb Chester down at a. m. The Stacker Ie down at 6 a. rv. The rerd Ilerold up at 6 p. m. Rlter falling. Weather, raining. Burlington, la.. Julv 29. Rlvr MI an IncR to-day, and is 4 fret Inches aboxe low-w-ater mark Weather cloudy and cooler. Th Klols? In and out from Keokuk. The ottumwa BHle and barge Columbus in and out, with an ex1-' curplon. Wheellnr. July 20. Rher 5 feet 1 inert, fall ing. Clear, hot. Up: Big Kanawha. Pittsburg, fcam Brown, FltMburg. Iown: Kanawha, Charleston; nc)e Smith. Parkerburg. VIckburg, Miss., July an. The gaugr read4 zz.ai a n or .&. ine tu5 ci tne xnas ar rited. The America Is due down. Weather clear. I-oulstllle. Julv 20. Rlter falling. 7 feet In canal: 4.8 on fallsrl4 feet below locks. Clear and warm. Ilttsburg. July a). Rlter at Dailn- Inland dam 4 feet, and stationary. Clear. plcasantC. Cincinnati. July 2U Rlter 14.2, falllnr. Thre departures; clear and warm. Don't Chafe Tond's Extract, the old family doctor, heals the chafes, relieves the strains and rests the -weary mus cles. Don't "do" the Ex position without a bottle in your grip. When faUgaed apaag. the bods- with Pond'a attract. Bold only intealedboUUi k Under bllT tcrannrr: A Attrpt . HassUtats- ffl! ( '. n;i')b'fr Jt3fj' r ,. ..-..eJ-. .Xi&& iaiiiS&i&lU - . an"a, Jrrg" i SswWS fli5ft;