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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. JULY 26. ISOi.
V BROWNS LOSE AFTER ELEVEN INNINGS SicAleer's Men Put Up a Good Game, but Boston Outlucks Them ut the Finish. HOWELL IS IN GREAT FORM. Little Pitcher Shows Excellent Speed, and Would Hare Won in the Ninth but for De cision by "Umpire. fiTAMma or the ci.cns. Aine-rlcnu IfncBf. Club. P. XV. U Pel. Club. V XX . U II t Boton ..M n SI a Phlla. ...79 2 3T .Ul Chicago M 53 34 .MS Browns ..: J 42 4i; N Tjrk..!! 4T J3 .US netrolt ..T !J 4 410 ctererd T7 41 S3 ,ki xx-ah . 77 01 .?a Where They Plar To-Dnr. Brown at New York. I Detroit at Phlladelphla ( lev eland at Wafh'ton. M'hlcaro at Poston Yesterday' Resnltn. Boston 4. St. Loula New York 1. Chicago l nnpunuc srEciAL Boston. Mass. July 3 The llttlo God dees of Luck flirted desperately to-dny with St. Louis and then, as everjone thought she would bo his only, sho walked off xx 1th tho other fellow. Boston was rushed to tho limit to win, having to go eleven Inning's for tha Yictory, which was to 3. The world-beaters wero being dubbed tho world-losers for their slump, and have tarely saved themselves after six de cisive wallopings In a row. But there shouldn't have been any more than nine Innings to-day. Winter, who xvas rnnnlng for Farrell In the eighth, w as plainly forced out by Gibson, but Umpire Connolly said nay. That tied the score, as both ultimately tallied. There was a smash-up to the nine as jmt doxvn on the card. After two had rone in tho first, HemphUl singled, and in trying to steal was called out. HEMPHILL. USHERED OUT. H questioned the decision and was or dered from the game. Jones -a cnt to right. Sugden from catcher to first and Kehoe faced Hon ell. The St. Louis slab artist pitched consistent ball and was supported In grand stle, especially the outfleld. while the locals never made a misplay. Tne heart-breeWng period was in the tenth inning. Boston had evened up nt the eighth chance. Jones danced the tall out for a bag-. Wallace tried to sacrlfico and popped to Crlger. Padden appeared in a fan waltz. Sugden had already touched Gibson for 11 safety. He caught one Just right and away It went oxer Terrls's head, bound ing out of Stahl's reach. Ho barely rall toaded It baclt In time to hold the bats man at third, while. Jones counted. Hovv 11 was thrown out by Parent. After Stahl put a sky-sailer out for Heidi ick, Prteman thumped out h thrce haggcr. and wouldn't take chances on itretching It. Parent ripped off a Bingle. a&am txing tho count. Burkett muffed Lachance's fly. but the next pair ent un iocket. It was out in order for the Bronnles In the eleventh inning. . .Glbsoa-fan.TstL and.-galtiaGli-.waa Jaanded out a bag He stolo second and Collin" drove a ground-burner toward Burkett. He clutched It. and the ball fell out of his l;and. The slip was fatal, for Selbach was over and SL Louis had lott. BROWNS IN HARD LUCK. Tho Fair City brigade got a man on a bate every time up to tho fourth, but without effect. Then, with two gone. JIo ran waited and had a free trip. That was bad for Mr. Qlbson, as Jones polished off 1 complete circuit, with a grand wallop In right center that went by Stahl like a rifle shot. Howell in the meantime was making cat's-paws of his opponents. He allowed them to tap the hall, but It xrns to glxc his fielders practice at catching. In the eighth Inning jingles by Farrcll. Gibson and Collins and Wallace's miss of Stahl's swift roller enabled Boston to get In a brace of tallies and even up. The score: BOSTON. AB. P.. II. O. A. B. FIhach, left n14... 4 10 2 0 0 (Y.lHnj, third but. .. 0 3 13 0 Stahl. center field S 0 1 6 o 0 Fretman. rliclit field 1 1 2 o o Parent, chorntop 0 2 3 o Lachance, flrt bae 6 o o 1J o FerrU. aicond ban 5 0 o 3 1 0 Farrtll, catcher 3 112 4 0 rlger. catcher 1OO3O0 Glbion, pitcher S 1 1 0 3 0 Totals 4 1 5 1 "o ST. LOUIS AB. It. H. O. A. B. nurkstt. Ift field I 0 0 ffl 1 Hridrick. center fl-ld 4 0 0 B o 0 Kahoe. catcher 4 o n X 0 o Moran. third h 3 1112 1 Jon. richt n.ld 4 2 2 3 0 0 Wallace, jhortetop 3 0 0X32 Padden. wcond ba 4 0 1 1 o Sucdon. first base 3 0 2 8 2 0 Hon nil. pitcher 4 0 0 110 Hemphill 1 JO 0 0 0 0 Totals M 3 "c fJl 9 4 Hatted In ths first Innlnz. 'One out when winning run was made. Boston 0 00000020114 St ,l.jul 0 002000001 0-3 Two bae hit Parent J Thre bas hits Bugden 3. Freeman 1. Home runs Jon 1 Bacrtnce hits Susdcn I. Stolen bases Bellmen 1. Double plava Parent and Iachance 1. First base on balls OfT Gibson 6. oil Howell 4 Struck out Br Howell 3. by Gibson 4 Parsed balls I"arreif 1. Time of same Two hours and thlr tn mlnutos. Umpire Connellj. Attendance, 4W2. Xcw York 1 Chicago 0. New Torlc July 25. In a pltchtrs' battle be tween Orth and Owen, New York defeated Chi cago to-day 1 to 0. Orth made his ln'tlal ap pearance In the box for the local club. The . winning run was made in the ninth Inning on a three-bagger by Dough'rty, followed by Kel ler's Infield hit. Attendance, 1.S22. Score: New York. AH H.O A E. Dough'ty.lf 4 1 J 0 0 X UI'niB, 2b 3 1 0 1 1 Anderson.lb 3 1 5 1 J FIberfeld. s 3 0 2 4 Q Pultz. cf... 3 0 4 0 0 Conroy. Sb. 3 0 2 0 0 KItlnow, c. 3 0 3 1 0 Orth, p 3 0 0 10 Chicago. AH ILO A E Jone. cf... 4 0 3 0 0 Green, rf . 4 1 0 0 0 Callahnn.lf 4 110 0 l)als. .. . 2 1 3 6 0 Donahue,lb 4 o 37 0 0 Dundon. 2b 2 0 0 4 0 Tnn'hlll. 3b 1 U 1 3 0 Sullhan. c. 3 0 1 0 0 Owen, p.... 3 10 4 0 Totals ...ID 4 2T 8 ll Totals .. .3-) 4-25 17 0 One out when winning run was eeord New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 Chicago 0 00000000-0 Two-baso hits Green 1. Three-base hits Doughertv 1, Davis 1. Sacrifice hits Dundnn L I.eft on bases New lork 3. Chicago & First on balls Off Ortb 1. First on errors Chicago 1. Struck out By Orth 7. by Owen 1. Tim" of game One hour ana twenty-fne minutes. Um pire Sheridan. DONAIIUC OOES TO PniLLlES. Cardinals Utility 3Inn Will Piny KrB ular Position on sfcxv Tram. F. dcllass Iloblson. president of the Car dinals, announced after Sunday's double-header that he had released Charles Donahue, the plajer secured from Salt Lake last sear, to the Philadelphia Nationals. Donahue said be was much' pleased with his Constipation. Its Causo tnd Cure. . - . .,. . ..- .rs A person in oruer 10 uo uwiiaij " y" i,VJ Jl the waste products (or poisons) of the body. Nature has provided four ways to get rid of toemt The Bowels, the Kidneys, tho Bladder and the pores of the Skin. If the bowels become inactive, that portion of the food which should be thrown off lies In the inwstinesanddecomposcs. causing blood. nerTe, ive? and kidney trouble, and closes the pores of ib skirl thus creating disease la tho entire JYoucn immedlstely relieve and permanently cure yourself of stubborn constipation or dis tme swmach trouble and perfectly regulate vour kWiTeys and liver by taking ons dose a -lay J?nrtAKE'S PALMETTO WUTE. Anyrei-der tt UM pwr ciseTure absolutely free a bottlj by wrttlngto Drake Formula Co, Drake Build- F "a FREBTrlsl bottle alone has brought health anavteor to msny. so you owe it to yourself to SmrewhatltwlUdoinyourcase. "or sale by Raboteau & Co.. 700 North Broadway- transfer H ! an ambitious jounKSter ard wants to get In the gime ' I ouM neer com i pair of shoes slttinir on the bench." wai th Maj Donahue xoleeJ his tcnUments on Ills rc lea.t. X hll the "Alormon' v orkrtl In onl a fP camps here ho shown! considerable nbllity. anil the hoil team allnwefl him ! u onl bti.at.so lbv had a uiernuit ( intlrMeiT lie pUvs nn inlu'll poMlkn nlceh. and Is consld-rcd an .r Ilcnt hitter llo run mnn to rUht or b ft with ciual raci.. and should tnaltu an ixc Hint acquisition for l'oltcr'a lem l'oller -l.ited tint he would hue Donahue In tho came immiliatel He di 1 no state whxt pe"itlon Donahue wai bikeil for but Intimit'd lint lit w-oul 1 1 ustl In the Infiell Donahue (in p ilther third or euoni lut 11 the l'liilii. s hne two ciw.1 men In tin."" lK"Itio-i It Is thought bo will not be tried at ither place On actuunt of hl Kreat sred on the bases and Ills lieldi-- inl hlttlns abllltj. the Phillies Inav decide to pla ' Domite " In the outhel I The "Alormon" nis very popular with the local fans and rimers and man of Hum expresstil thtlr -orrow wlun thev heanl of his transfer. Ho departed with tho Phillies lis: nlsht. STAM1I.; or THE CLV11". iitlcmil League. Club P W. I. I'.l 1 Club 1' XX'. K Pet n ork s: r.s a :w cardinals si 4t :: -hi (1-cln'tl 4 Cl 33 Ms Iliookljn S3 ."6 r 3 ChlciKo SI 41 SJ f7l llistcu . !' :o K ."-3 Plttsburc 4i 3 .ft Phlla M J) K) " X acre 1 hev Pins To-nnj. Ordinals at I'ltt-buijr l'hlladeli hli nt lloton Ycsf enlns IteHiiltfi. Pittsburg 3 4, llrcxkbnl CIu'.Iuii.uI 4. Chicago 3. C 1 Cincinnati !, C'lilcncri 3. CMcao. luly 2S - In a raided fleldirg mme on both lle. Clneinnstl won in the tenth Innlnp The lcals del much the iett-r h't tine but their errors were cosllv, one of I.unl KTen' 1 passes dcwloplng Into a run Attend ance. 30tf Hxire Chlcnp'i 1 ctncinTintl -xii 11 o a 11 ' .mi ho v v: !agie. If. .X 2 10 0 Itucgln-.lh 11(40 Care. lh R 1 0 0 0 KeMnour cf a 0 3 1 0 Charce. lb ". 4 0 0 HOdwell, If . 4 0 3 0 1 McC-ttn tfS 1 1 01 Kellej rf ;2200 XXlll'ms, cf I 1 0 0 0 orroran, a 5 1 1 4 0 O'Neill e . 5 2 5 4 0 liltz. lb 5 214 0 6 K'ver. Ih.. 4 0X4 1 1 x nodrulT.Ib r. 0 1 0 1 Tinker, s .. 4 0 7 1 1 Hchlei. c 4 13 0 1 Harry, rf... 4 1 1 0 0 alker. p 3 1 0 4 0 Lundgrtn p 1 ( II 1 Totals ...27 S3J11 2 Totals . .r9 1; i) U 4 ChlcaBO 000100020 0-3 Cincinnati 00 0 021000 1-4 Irfft on lases Chicago ?. Cincinnati 6. Two base hits Peltz 1 O'Neill 1 Corcorrn 1 Three base hits S-laglo 1 hacrtlUe hits McCarth) 1. I.undgrcn 1 -to'en bases-Chance 1 Double plajs Lundcren. Tinker and Cli ince 1 Hugjrlni and Pelti 1. Corcoran and Peltz 1 struck out llv lyundcren 4 liases on balls Off Lundren 6 Time of game Two hour ard eight min utes Umpln.3 Moran and Johnstone. l'lttsburic :s I, llnml.lyn Ol. with ease. The pltcherr in both garr-s did good Pittsburg. Julr 23 Plttbburg xcn both games work and wero well supported, except In tho eecond gam", when Brookln'a three errors netted two runs for Pittsburg Tber were no special features In cither game. Attendance. G.5W Score: nnsT GAME rittsburg Ilrooslrn. -Xll Jt V A 1. n iioai: Lach, 2b 2 2 2 3 0' Cessler, cf . 4 1 0 0 0 ,-.... . o n n . ,.111 K , . e l rt Kruger, If. 4 0 2 1 oiI.unile. rf 4 Xagner. . 4 2 13 0 hheckard If 3 0 Pransfd lb 4 2 10 1 0 Strang, :b 4 0 Sebrlng rf 2 0 3 n oliubb. i .. 1 Hltchey. 3b 3 1 1 1 0 I Hergen. c . 3 2 smith, c. 3 3 12 0 llci-k. 3b . 2 0 riahert. p3 0 3 0'cronln. p S 1 1 1 0 4 3 0 r. r. 0 Totali. ...23 9 S Is 0 1 Totals 31 7 Jl 15 0 PltUburg 0 2100000 ..3 Brookljn 00000000 0-0 Two-base hits Lumley 1 Tliree-base h'ts XVagrer 1. Sacrifice hlt-Ucaumont 1. Itltchev 1 Stolen lases Xagner 1, Habb 1. Double plas Kruger mlth and Ix-ach 1: Xagner and Bransncld 1. Hergen, Dillon ana Babb 1 First base en balls Off Flaherty 1. oft Cronln 3. Hit bj pitched ball heckard 1 XMld Sltclies Ci-onln J Time Oi c hour and thlnj -ve minutes. Umpire Zlmmer. SI3COND GVMK. I'lttsburg I Brooklyn All II O A E AB II O A E. lach. b . ! 1 1 4 0 Pobbs. cf . 4 3 I 0 1 BeaumXcf 4 0 i 0 0' Dillon, lb . 4 0 13 1 0 Kruger. It. 2 1 2 1 0 I.umley. rf. 4 0 10 0 XXagner. s. 3 1 0 3 0 hheckard.lf 3 2 .' 0 0 Bransrl,lb 0 11 0 1 1 htrang. Ib.tt 1 i I r-ebrlng. rf 3 1 3 0 0 , Uabb. e ... 3 0 3 3 1 Bitches. 2b 3 0 2 3 oi Bitter, c .. X 0 3 2 1 Carlsch. c. 3 0 7 0 0 McCk. 3b.. X 0 0 3 0 Case, p. ... 2 1 0 0 01 Garvin, p 3 0 10 0 Totals .. 27 5 2.' 11 ll Totals ...31 4 J4 IS 3 Pittsburg 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 .. 4 Brookljn 00000100 01 Two-1-ase hits Sheckard 1 Home nms XVag DerJ. tolsAbaaaM lieaiunont 1. Ftrat base on balls Of ise 1 off Garvin 3 btns-k out Br Case 7. by Garvin 3 Passed ball" Car lseh 1. Wild pltcnesi-Gnrx In 1 Time of game One hour and thlrty-ne minutes. Umpire Zlmmer. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STAKE RECORD BROKEN. Vornlngr Slnr ruid Ilsron Grnttnn Pace 3111c In 2 tO(l 1-4 at Detroit. Detroit, July S. Baron Gratton. drlxen by Ed Geeers, this afternoon, at the Blue Ribbon meeting of tho Detroit Drixlng Club, which opens the grand trotting cir cuit, won the $j,C0O Chamber of Commerce stako for 2.24 pacers. It was tnc fastest race In tho history of the strike, tho lor mer record of 2xsj'j, mado la 1!J2, by Direct Hal, blng broken 111 the first heat, which was xvon by Jlorntns Star. Th rccoru was placed at 2 OCU by Morn ing Pt.ir In this heat. ,ind this mark was equaled by Baron Gratton In the second hint. Baron Gratton then equaled Direct Hal's record in third heat. An equal feature of tho day with the Chamber of Commerce Stake was the ap pearance of Lou Dillon, tho famous trot ter. In an attempt to break the Grosse Polnto track rurd. DrKen to wagon by her owner. C 1C G Billings, Lou Dil lon succeeded only In cqu-iline; the record, 2-Oa'J. Tho lime by quarters, was: .20., 1:02V;. 1:54, 2.05V Baron Gratton was faxorite for the Chamber of Commerce, brlngim- 350 In early pools, with China Maid second choice at S2C0 and Morning Star third choice nt SW1 in later pools Baron Grat ton brought $00 .ind the Held J.VI. Morning Star had tho pole for the first hea,!, .ind 1th China Maid cut out tl.o pace to the three-quarters, where China .Maid broke badly. Morning Stir won the iie.it with China Maid Angus Pointer and Judge Denny distanced. In the second heat Morning Star broke in the stretch .ifter a hard drive with Gratton, and the gelding won tho heat by a head from Uthel Mc Baron Gratton won the third heat by a head from Morning Star. Under the terms of the stako only tho winners of tho hcato appeared in tho fourth and .1 bad break by Morning Star Just after the word was Ellen for the start left him hopelessly In the rear. Geers also won the 2.20 trot, with Alex ander In straight heats. Star Hal was faxorite for the 2 07 paco, which Iib won in straight heats with ease, taking the first one In 2 0l. which is the fastest mile of tho year. Summary. 2 20 trotting; purse J1.K0; three In tne heats. Alexander, b. g , by Star Duroc. tUeers) 2 3 2 Bonnie Itus:el, b. h (Hudson and .T.oul Ill John Caldwell, b g. (Thompson) 3 2 7 Ix-to. black m (De Ueyder) & 4 3 hn3der McGregor, ch g (Hocaxi) ... 4 5 (J Governor JlcCauley, b c. (Koolc).... 9 10 4 Jennie Scott, b. in (Collins) S 8 f. Kncrantrcfs. ch. ra. (Norton) 6 7 5 Xllsi Leo Hex. b. m (IX Marvin) 10 6 10 Georgo E-, br. g (Clement) 11 3 X Checkmate b g. (Itltchlc) 7dls Tine 2.11. 5.11. 2 10U Tha Chamber of Commerce Stake, t5,CO0, for .24 pacers Paron Gratton, b. g , by Gratton (Greens) Ill Morning Star. b. h. (McClarj) 1 4 2 2 Ethel Mc, ch. m. (McCarthy and l-nonr) . .... 2 3 2 XXest. b g (Agnew) 4 3 3.. Angus Pointer, b g (MaePheron) dis China Maid. b. m. (McLaughlin) lis Juilge Dennj, b g (Kerr) dls Tlrne-26Vt. 2rjC!i. 2 06V. 2"08 2 07 pace, purse $1.-01. two In three heats: Star Hal. br h.. br Hrown Hal (snow) 1 1 XVInfiold Stratton. b ii (McGuire) 2 3 Captain Sphinx, b r (Hopalns) t 2 Sufreet, blk. m (Wilson) S 4 Jlaron ttodsers. br. g (G. McClearj) 0 0 Btrathlln. lu g (Burns) tdls Tlme-2.0I. 2-06'. TEMVIS COXnUTTli-K APPQIMCD. Doctor Semitic and XX. G. XVIldcrmnn X.V111 Assist Dvrlght Dux Is. Doctor Semple and XV, G. XMIderman were yesterday appointed members of the Olympic tends tournament, of which Dwlght XV, Davis Is chairman The tournament will be held from August 23 to September 3. and the men will at once begin making tinal arrangements for the roet- Two entries from crack plajrrs have already been received. Deals C. fX right of rtcston. one of tho fastest Eastern players, will compete in six, events. A. K. Dell the raclflc Coast rhamiitcn. has also entered, and will compete In the tingles and doubles. Dlspntr- Oxer Mckle Coats 810. George Meier of No. 2226 Keokuk street refusid to pay his car fare on a Broad way car and refused to allow nnother per son to pny it for him, according to a story told In the City Hall Police Court jester day morning. It was testified that he'be camo abusive when the conductor threat ened to put him off tho car. and for this he was fined J10. Meier told Judge Tracy that be had paid his fare once. SECOND APPLICATION SitipleriH'ntal Tetition Filed in Suit Brought by John 1'. Collins. CARMODY MAKES STATEMENT. Declares Charges Are Made for Purpose of Euibn mining As- sociaiion in Efforts to Get Licence. Another nppllration for a recti or for the Unioii lockey Club llacing A--voc-i.it ion iiat nude in the Cireult Couit jcstmlo, in the form uf n. Mipplcnn nt ll petition f.led in the suit of John P. Collins, in which Judge Dcbglas recently refu'-cd to appoint a tempouirj receiver for the as sociation. Collins is joined in the application by P U Burke, who owns fortj shares of stock la the .ifMJClution, for which he fcavs. h" paid $1,000. Collins alleges tint he owns W0 shares, for which ho paid SS.WO It Is chargtj that I'. J Oannodv, gen eial m.injgtr of the association, btited that since the temporal receiver was de n!d. that he Intcndtd to lnauggurato nn other racing meet, to last until Novem ber 1. It Ii also alleged that on July 19 a sfcond mortgage for JI'-.jO') was executed on the association's, plant to securn u note for SID.GCD to the (Jerman Savings Institution, a note icr 5i00) In favor of Dinctor Griesedlecl., a note for SAt'O in favor of Director Grone and to Allen Hull A large part of tin- SIS.1') leceived from the German Savincs Institution was U"ed to upplv mouev for t-eieral bot)Vmx'v',rs at the track it is alleged It is sttli-il that until recenllv n svste-n of books called sjndieate Held books was used. The aoclat!nn. it i alleged, has been stripped of iverv source of reinuo except the Biles of books and small sum, clilmod bv persons Interested in the asoeirUun to liavo been turntd over to the treasjrT of the corporation July 5 a profits ot p-ivoto business enterprises, carried on by them on the racing course. The parties ".-js.d to turn over theh profits, it is alleged If tho second meet is permitted It will result in the loss of every dollar that has been Invested, and the waste of the entire osts of the corpon1 lion. It is alleged. Tho court Is asked to enjoin Carmody and todlrectors Irom acting in behalf of the association and from attempting to conduct anotlur meet, and to have the assets, franchises and privileges of the association sold and the proceeds used to pay Its debts. An order is alo aikcd for the produc tion of books and papers of the associa tion, to be ubciI hi evidence, showing en tries of any receipt of money under a s-econd mortgage, or tho uses to which such money was put. and other transac tions and operations of tho association Judge Douglas took no action in regard to the order .or tho production of books and papers Ho said that ho would tako the whole matter up Thursdav morning. CARMODY MAKES STATEMENT. "This petition is about tho same as thxt which Judge Douglan dismissed last week." said Mxnngcr Carmody. "It will follow the fnte ot that famous article. The petition Is not meant in good faith, but Is simply filed to embarrass uk in our effort to secure further licences for our book makers. "Kxery possible effort U being made by opposing lntenstt. to bailie us XVe are accused of an awful crime In dcclxring a free gate. V did not do so until -1sc weeks after cpraslng trnckj were Issuing passes bv the thousands, mailing them to people all over the city In blocks of fifty. "W am also accused of allowing unde sirable owners and Joekejs to race on our track Every owner who laced with u was eligible, pi lor to coming to Union to race on any truck In America. They can not point to otio who was not. "Tho great breeding Industry of Mis souri is held up as Imperllud bv us. Not one breeding larm has been started in Missouri since the law was pa.ssed. save, perhaps. Mr. Calm's farm on tho Ft. Charles, rock road There are four breed ing farms In Missouri, and one of them breed winners. The Patton farm, the McAUstcr farm and the Schrelher farm were all lu existence before the so-called breeders Ian was over thought of. "After hearing the manifold glories of the law tct forth we are solemnly warned not to take raeing Into politics. If It. was not taken Into polities, would there bo a breeders' law? If Missouri Is good enough to make such a law Is Missouri not good cnougn to administer it? Must It delegate its administration to a Chicago rjcc-lrack combination which has no le fcal standing in Illinois or Missouri, nnd which co.ild not operate its own greatest plant XVashinglor Park-beeause io PI orate It was agalnst the law of lin nets" "" arc i.ot Inciting revolt in racing. XVe humbly tried to get Into the Western Jcekey Club and git thirty ilijs' lacing They told us to build .1 track and they would give us th racing. Xe invested floOfrt) on this assurance, went back to them and were refused admission to the combination without being told whj." A O AIIn, Stite Auditor, was lit St. Louis cstTdav and returned to Jefferson City list night It is thought that th2 question of givirg in tho Union Joeki y Club license to continue Us rawtlM brought the official to the citj. He icf I'-ed to discuss the matter The ninctx dus for which the prcent licence i gol wm expire Thursday, and the ninny attaches of the track, owneis Jockevs pnd olhe-s aro very anxious to leam "hat dlpol'in will he made of the application for a re newal. It was ild. hnvever. tint M- Allen saw the leaders of both sides lit t:o Tnce track war. and suggested to t'i" Tair Grounds tint thy compromise 17 civ Ins Union twenty dajs of unopposed toeing. It is sxld that this proposition was re jected b" the Talr Grounds ind Dlmar people, though rntlsfactory to the Union track. XA'ATEIt CAIIT Ui:i.4Y5 It.CI. Mnehlne Brcnks Down IJcfnrc Fourth Knee nt 1'alr Grounds. A broken water cart did what an arrred pesse couldn't do in the divs when a fight was on between Delmar anl Kinloch In 1301 It de la) ed racing at the Pair Grounds jesterdaj for more than thirty minutes -As the sprinkling cart was making Its rounds on the bs k stretch. Jut before th fourth race, a rear wheel came oft The rirt was tinea nt the time nnd It was Impossible to dlseliarge Its contents for ledr of making a hole In the course v Kffirta to move the heavy tank prmei un availing for a time and tl-e fourth eitnt was postponed while a force of stable hands and l-air etrounn empioj.s wresuei wnn tne ma chine and tried to clear tho course. Supirin tendcrt 11111 Matthews and Secretary Harh reelsler lent the light cf their presence to the scene of ep-ratlons successively, but neUhc vilt prove 1 availing The men slmplv could not move the cart Finally, when It was suggestM that Elastic should be sent for and hitched to the wagon, or that Caller Jim Davis be ODDolnted special commissioner to supervise operations, the con stant use of levers got the cart in motion and It was dragged from the course. The feld was PALI. VA-x TUV I. MARHICS. St. IjoiiIi Artist Weds Mis ndicl Xlnr rn In Indianapolis. P.EPUBL1C SPECIAL Indianapolis, Ind , July 2S. Mr. Paul It. Van Tuyl of St. Louis was married h"re to-day to Miss Ethel Murray of this city. The ceremony xi as Intended to be a v cry ilobrate church affair, but Mr. Van lujl's fnthcr being very sick, the wedding was celebrated at the bride's res'dcuce in a quiet wjj. Ihe Kev trend John Quescn bury of the Methodist Church performed the ceremony. The bride was gowned in a peau do sole, elaborately trimmed with lace. Mr. Van Tuyl's best man was Mr. John Martin of tho St. Louis Star. Mr. Van Tuvl is an artist on the staff of the SL Louis Republic. Ticket Brokers Sned. The St. Louis and San Francisco Ball way Compary filed suit In the Circuit Court yesterday against Robert II. Mc Cluskej and other ticket brokers to have them restrained from dealing In non transferable tickets. then cslled to the poht after Its sojourn of half an hour In tha taddock The thirl mce on the card broJcht down two nfflc'al rulings veeterdav and eaused pome comment as to what Kind's Troi hy might halo done had he bruken nlcelv v hen the bariler went up. The celt tlnl'hed third, afer bolng llrtUH.ll left at the post The rulings In question were a judklxl ordr requiring Trainer Harry Maik to ippear in the stard and eplain the schooling rf Hadrian anl anjther placing the ban uin Joike tfto v tl The boj will not it permitted to ride ot the Pair Grounds in fu'ure on ati ntmt of the juCgea deciding that he shows Incompetence la the -addle HHdrlan on whom toi il In I the mount, went ven v Ido on the stable turn blng fullv fifteen lengths and enabling Klr. s Tropin to get within itrikine- di-tance On account of Pie bov lienrlttlne the olt to swerve In this fashion It was decided to ulacc the b uuon him .Tockev Crowhjr3t has signed a contract with Mose Jucobon and t" now readi to ride at 110 Dounds ot a trills bs He ean make li pounds by reducing ard Is open for outside mounts The bov has done good work in the saddle when Ms w eight has ernbled him to lave a mount and he has a eo-td ucord as a tocej behind him He 1- a rarllculartv strong finisher and on this nctount should to oulte an nidltlon to the local force at the Pair Grounds He has often ridden on the local tracks It is rumorei around th lotal tracks that Jockev Dominic hao had an argument with hi emnlov er 1 red Cook and that he mav soon be lack In the clt ks.klnr for engagements at his on welaht Iiomlnldc made his first nocear nneo on tho local course, ears ago and has always been a ls..ti favorite He Is now In Chicago, but frlerds -it the Fair Groun I-. hev.1 received Utters seating that he 1 il axllsMte with lre.1 (Xjok which has made lh. in mutualU lntllned to nrt On this ac count Domlnkk want to cast In hrs lut with some other handler of horses Ut can still do a modenteli low figure anl. if hu shows un .tt tile local courses as he has Mated 111" Intention of doing then will be no dearth of a plications for his services In all proKiblllli SWIMS 24M!LES FOR EXERCISE William Miller Crosses the River Many Times on Journey From Chain of Rooks to Barracks. "Jut for a little bit of oxnrcisc' Wil liam Miller, 20 jcars old, u ho Is a team ster fcr tlie Giattl . Teutberp Cominls son Cominnv and lies at No 13 Lafaj fttc nnuo, isam last Sunday from the Clnin of HocKs to Jefferson Harracks, coerin?r about twenty-four mile He sta-ted on his adenture at 3010 a. m. nnd landed at tho Dirracks at 2 30 p. m, hiInK nado the entire distance In four hour and fortv minuter. This is th fii-t really lonp swim Miller his eor nttompted, though he ha-? bon a swimmer of local noto for two or three 3 ears. JJ h.is xnum f'-equntly from Kads bndpo to th foot of Le;poranco street, a dlstanco of about two mlWs-. Thi feat became so oav for him that he has long been planning i more seere trial of his strength and endur-inc as a sulmmer. He left his home Sunday morning with out telling nherc hn was Roinsr Accom panied by K-irnev Gmelnfr nnd Jack Iin sinp he wtt directly to the Chain of IlotkR and prepared to mnkft th trial. His friends took his clothes and followed him on tin bank. Thev carried a bottle of whisky, which thev wero to throw lilm if he weie attacked bv cramps. Though no onc knew beforehand of the ennt, the news paFd down th rher al.ead of the swimmer and crowds aem bled along: the hor to see him pa-. About F00 from Eads bridge saw him as ho paired under, swimminff in the middle of the river. On the trip he attempted to follow the current .w well as the warm watr. This necessitated his crop3ins the river six times on tho wnv. He became entanclsd In romo drift in Dead Man's Kddv at Ci rondeiet and was struck on the nck by a log, the blow almost compelling him to land Tie succeded In climbing on a log, rnwnei, and reaenmg the flowing writer. Millar believes hn can swim much far ther than twent-fojr mile with proper training Hf offpr to warer thst ho can swlnt from Mton to Jefferton Barrarks. nnd do the distance In hut little mor time thin it took him to swim from Chain of Itocks Sundaj. noHLtR i.ikks m:u nEmn. Toimcr Cnnllunl I'rnlmhlv A lit He thfil nn an Oufllcldcr. Charlie Donahu. the former Cardinal, now with tho Phillies, in a ptrson.il lttrr to the baebill ulitor of The KepubMc, stated jcter day that ho liked his new berth er well Donahue han bn giien no Intimation ns to what position ho will play with tne 1'hlllles, tut It Is snld ha ma j to u"cJ aa an out fit Ider in "Mormon" Is -xcedln,l3 fat, can hit with the best of them, an J, in account of hi wondeiful li(ilrip ability, way be ufd a ai outnlder He Mas ft-tured by the Cardinald last ncaeon after a bitter fight made by tna Jtoblsons btanUy Itoblson of th Cardinals, Tho mad' tho flRht to secuio LKJnnle," Htated that ha wn er ftorry to feo ttio ounjjter go. but 1 llced that It would b better tor all concerned Ixiaahue departed with the Phillies bunda HiRht He v.Ul probibly line up with Ditt) b mff In one ot the LJotou Rameu Donahue, whllo .a membtr ot the raclflc Na tional League, wan rated one of th b'rU mn in tho Ve.t II batted at a clip awa ab v it) and his fielding bm tne moat sensational In lh Itague NkhoN had o many lnfteld plaj ors tliat Dnahu wai barely piven a trial. Th fw times h d.d work for the Cardinal he !! plaei exceptional abllitj. tnd his fellow-pla-trs hated to ? him kave Hut with hhav J a an extra man the Cardinals towll not tarrj Lwnahue, and when Ire3ldpnt Potter of th Phillt tctttloned de Hass HuMson tor tho youngster ilr. Itoblson decided to let. Donahue go. lAnd RicKert of UoNrt Iv Ileds s official ftaff ptated that hs mid i pronal rill on .Uck. O Conner, tho Itrowm' catcher, tMei da. nnd lound htm In excellent conliMon ron--ictrinc the fact that the King has bren out of th came fr som tlm. and has l.on conflrrd to hospital Acco-dinp to IU'krt. OCtnnor 1 1 1 be oack In the u'Bine within ten da O Con nor' 3 ptisiuiRn a that Jock H rar M regulrinR His iitnual condition, and le lelievtH hi will n read to work when the Ironn reljrn to it. Louis lledccs tald that. far on Ii knows, ro thre it as ter nude to Etop O Connor alat Hedgen admits that h would lit e to ee Jaclt back In the came at once. Oith celeb-atd hl nrpearanc with th" New "ork Jnvadeis merday by defeating th Chi cago Whit Sox" 1 t 0, in a pitchers' bat tle with I rank Owen Dojchertv'n throF-tuifirfer In the ninth innlrc of 3esterda'fl l-to-0 bat tit with Ch'cago prac tical! won the snmf for New Tiork Still suine lloton critics cun-ldtr telbach sls alu&ble oj the curlj -hatred Ctlt Circlrnatl won a ten-tnntnff came from Chi cago ycsttiilay Ly the core ot 4 to 3. Hmoot has nude four hits In a samo four times. Fam Stranp of Krocklyn didn't make a hit In clccn cuMtcuthe amt". G ndrnrd. AVadlell ha acain f-klpped frr"i Connl- Mark' fold and turned up a an um pire nt PI tram a iroe. wher many of tre sood Jirey MetUodlstM arn eummerln. Chief Zlmmer lauchlnclv Faj "The tft d cllon I hae nade this jcar was delUrM nt ilnclnnatl recent Iv Corcoran. ,tttr puttlus; thp ball on a bae runner colnc to second and hear Inc mp sav Hafe. leap-! to his feet Hnl clled. That a mttcn declIun 'Well. I re plied, IMl make a cood one, now yoa sneak to iho bench " Tatsy Donovan I permitted to draw his hieath at Aash!nston without conultlnc lian John-on C. Dryden of the North American hai t followlra to my of Moran n debut with .he Browns. "A dl'plritimr feature of th1 Fame was the debut of C Aloran with the Irown fclnce Julj -I the Ceorjtetown athlete has n.med at larce. trjlng to forcet the years he sunrcd at Uashlrgton, the only plac he evp tried to pln ball ''Ahen McAleer secured him Moran tat up and began to take notice once more Larn's fence smashers may lack the team work to land pennants but th certalnlj can make trouble for teams with aspiration John T. nnish Is Rclnir to sine his Oiants" from the Hoslon AmerIc3nH It he haj to talt9 a trip around the world to do It. AVomnn Iloblird In Store. J'rs. A. tJ. Hadlcy of No. 2247 Oregon avenue reported to the police jesterdav that hT pocltctbook had been plclied of J103 while she was shopplns In ,i store on Washinston enue jesterdav afternoon. Tliu money was taken from a bag she was earning. PILES NEW YORK ROWERS ARRIVE FOR RACES Secretary Fortmeynr, With Exec utive l!o:ird, Takes Quar ters at M. A. C. PREDICTS SUCCESSFUL MEET. George Lloyd of Cambridge Will lie Unable to .Compete, as Horse Bit Chunk Out of his Scull. Tho Hieutlie Board of the National ssociatlcn of Amateur OarsmPn arrived in St Louis lust piijht from NVv.- York and are quartered at the Missouri Ath letic Club, which viH be tho headquarters for the oaremen durinjj the week. Tho delegation wa.s headed 1-j Fred K. I'Vjrt mtjer, chairman, who atd thTt h ex pected tn resatta to be one of the great est ever held "It is up to the men themselves to make tMs regatta a succe,'" " lid he "Wo have one of the tlnest entry lists ever made, and It remains for tha men to make the thinn suux'sful." James Pllklngton of Nc.v York, presi dent of the National Association: Jnmes Fo-c, Walter Stlmson. J O. Regan, mem bers of the committee, accompanied Mr. Fortmejer. together with the member, of the different rowinp clubs t'nt nllt crm pete In tho event? Amonic tho oarsmen who nrrhed with the Nei York membe'-s were Tred Shep ard. R. J Allen and J. R. Cassidv or tho Ica enswood Club; F Vflev of j Bo hemian Club: Atherton ot IV Hortford Uoat Club: Fusel of the Harle-n Club, t S Titus of the Atlantic Club, John Hob ton and McLojijhlip of tho I??onaAood Club. J T. Murphy and W M. Volley of tho Atlantic Club, Robert Farmham rnd J. Rjan of the New York Club. Grer and Ten Esclt arrived yesterday. The New- Orleans squad, with eight oars men, arrhed at the same time as the Philadelphia oarsmen Georse II. Llod of the Arlington Uoat Club of C-ambriCEO d!scoertd upon his ar rival jesterday that a horse tod chewed a piece out of his boat before shipping it to St. LouK Llojd had picked hi boat anil loaded it on a waon to be sent to the station While .ecurln;: his ticket a horse standing near tho waon stepped to the boat and bit n pleco out of It. Uojd did not discover tho dams.ee till lie reached St. Isolds. It will not hinder him from rowing in the inces hero. PREDICTS SUCCESS. Fortmejer predicts better fuccbm for this regatta than the one held at "Wor cester last year. "We hao .1 larger entry list and the men entered should make better competi tion than that at WorceRter, and I see no reason why this meet of oarsmen should not proe to ro a big thing." The men who arriod osterday will rtart out earlv this morning for Creo Coeur Lake, where thev will begin at once to practice on the course. Those who ar rled Sundaj were at the lake esterday. together with the local crews and Iho ma jority of the men expressed their satis faction with the course. Meetings of the oarsmen will be held dallj at the headquarters. Missouri Ath letic Club, from now till the dajs ot the regatta to complete all arrangements. The Missouri Pacific has mado arrange ments to run trsjns each da. IViday and Saturday, at Interals of half hours from 9 o'clock In the morning till lato In the afternoon. The street car company w-lll run extra car- The trains will stop at the flnlPh or Judges' stand. NATIONAL REVOLVER SHOOT HELD AT BOBRINGVILLE. Cbnmplonslilps With l'lstol suiil Itc--volver Will Ilr Decided by Lo cal Marksmen Jn September. Arrangements have been completed for the annual outdoor shoot of the United States Revolt er Association, to be held the fu-it week In September at the Bob rlngtillo range, under the auspices of lo cal tevoher and pistol enthusiasts Two national champions are already members of tho local elub and the mem bers hope to capture all trophies that arc offtred b- tho United States body In the coming shoot Doctor E. II. Kesler now holds the trophy for the national pistol champion ship Sidney SearR, patrolman In th" Central Police District, holds the same emblem for the championship with the reoler. Cich tropin is national lu char acter, and indicates tliu championship of America The coming shoot l to be held at llfty jards, tha limit for reolors and pistols, on the S-lncli standard American tar get. Fully twenty members of the local rollee nnd citlren' reoler clulw have al ready signllled their Intention of partici pating. A meeting of the St. Louis Reoler Club wa held to dlcuss the matter list evening at the Chestnut street iiolice range, ind the first week in September was "-elected as the date. An Informal shooting match wound up the evening at tho sixty-foot range, with the honors rest ing with Doctor Kcsslcr. Sears was sec ond. Scores were.' Ur E il Kesler. . tt w I cliradtr 't lfc 12. 3ears . .3 Frank Jonli 55 l.lr M II Moore .. Tit I., mirmeister " rhar.es Mia Her . 72 A Hunnelstcr 01 W II Palermo it A K Harms 32 il. n. l,itti.c ucruvn 18. g. iii'.vr. Ilard-rincht llatrli In AWatcrn CliaiiipIoiislil Ton run men t. Ch!caifn, Jul 2." -in a hard fmiaht tennis match in th" Western chalmpfonship touma m nt at Kenwood Courts toda. It I Little of Princeton I'Dlvrslu dfnated It O Hunt of I'aliromia .ind the University of Mlehlcan To-Uaj s scores folljw. SINGU.S. First round It I) Utile dfeated P G Teach . B- II O Hune defeated O W Mi's & 5. o U Masehraft defeated A. C. McMasters 61. C 1 C H Farhen defeated J. A. Koche, C 3, S & Second round R 1). Llttlo defeated n G Hunt J-C. 6-3. 97 I. Garden defeated TV H Bate C I. C I r M Ashcraft defeated W Hurt 61. C 3 O X Heard defeated IV. J. Sunderland Z 7 6-3, 110 ' C N Heaeh defeated W M. Browne 62. 61 O M. Ilaldwin defeated I,, c. Ilrosseau 6 0. 61 J G. nichter defeated R L. Lo'ch 65, 26, 6 T. Nat Emer'on defeated W. D. McKenzIe 57. C 3. C 3 I D. Waldner defeated Trux Emfnon 61, 6 1 O I Morley defeated W rj. Fallon 61. f 2. J C. Neely defeated William bcudfier " C 63. THIRD ROUND. J C McNeely defeated II L Morley 64, " DOUnLE's-PREI.IJIINARY ROUND -Vheraft and sn0w defeated "Wcadley and Mc Cullouuh 61. C-I, 6-1 Ilmerson brothers defeated Caldwln and O'Hrlen 6-1. 3-6 6-3, 6-. Collins nnd Utile defeated Gardener and Stern 62. 62 6 Carter and Oarnett defeated Ricker and Wlll brmer 75 2-6. 6-2. 6-i. Torrej and "ionn defeated Zimmerman and Hurt t-6, 7-i 6-1 61 IMay In women a doubles vlll bcsln to-morrow. J. I. Stanley writes from L03 Angclta , Cal . under date of May 10. ll: "By jour treatment I am enloj-ing the licst of h-alth and weigh at least fifteen pounds more than I did when at jour place. Whenever I think of jou (which Is oulte often) I feel that jou are the only men thit ever I had faith in: that is. In the way of taking an intercut in the welfare of man regardlis-i of dollars and cents." All diseases of the rectum treated on a positive guarantee and no money accepted until pa tient 13 cured. Serd for free 232-pago Look, a trcatlso otl rectal diseases and hundreds of testi monial letters, valuable to anv one afflicted. Also our free l'-page il'ustrated book for women, entitled "Plain Talk to Sick Women." Examination free, cither at our Kansas City office or DRS. THORNTON & MINOR, 3969 Olive Street. St. Louis, Mo orth Pacific Coast and California BY WAY OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. Grand Mountains and Canyons. Luxurious Hotels. Through train leaves St. Paul daily at 9:05 a. m. Minneapolis at 9:45 a. in. Far further particulars apply to any agent of connecting lines, Soo Line or Canadian Pacific Railway. R. S. ELWORTHY, G. P. A., 315 Chestnut St., ST. LOUIS, MO. E NEVER OUR GUARANTEE IS Not a Dollar SM jflSy !B In icw of ther bclns so manv nffllcted wltb private S3 STW PL Jf ll chronic inrt peli- iliseases v. ho arc treating with IS jKL JL-H U iuack specialists and inexperienced phjslcians wllh- IHHB D '81' m out recclvInK any benefit so hae di-cided to make a (.peeial offer to charge only ono-hnlf of our regular fee for curing those who are non undcrsoinK treatment elsewhere and ale disatlsfled, provided they come, to us b fore Aucut 1. Wi. Kor Instance. If ou are aflllctcd with either 1'llcM, Varicocele, It Urocele, Stricture nr eroni Decline, our charge for curinc cither of which, without any complications, is $23.0". we will euro yoa for S12.ji) and accept the money In any way ou mav wish to pay. We will also cure contagious Illnnd 1'oUon for Ji5C). which is Just half our regular fee Private RicoaCAS Newly contracted ease" cured. AH bumlnir and r"'alc wiBoaooo. ltchlnc. Inflammation and unnatural weakness stopped In 24 hours: cures t nrccted In J da-. COSLtTATIOX TIIKE AM) INVITCI1. Write, if rou cannot call. All cor- responiionce strlctlv conlldcntial and all llUlin ! t. ill. IU V 1. 1(1. .,1.-11111, DR. MEYERS & EXHIBITORS MAKE PLANS FOR DAY Manufacturers at World's Fair to Havo Special Celebration Saturday. August 6. Manufacturers' Das, Auirust C. Is tha eecond in the vfries of tpeclal exhibit de partment dajs to be celebrated at the "World's r.tlr. Exhibitors In the ralnces of Manufactures and Varied Industries met esterda in the office of Chief Milan H Hulbert to make arrangements for the cel"bratlon of ftie daj . Plans wero discussed, committees ap pointed nnd otl er business transicted at This meeting, wltl. a !ew ot rmktng Man ufacturers' Day at the Talr tho greatest eer and to completily eclipse Transpor tation and Railroad Day, which is to be celebrated next Saturday. The I'aliccs of Manufactures and Varied Industries are two of the largest bulkl irgs on the grounds, each being I feet long Together they cover much more spico than tho Palace of Agriculture. All the exhibitors in these two build ings will Join handi in having a. grand turade and special features In the two buildings. Exhibitors In ths other build ings of th Exposition will bo invited to flNEVER DISAPPOINT 'WPr i MYEST REEERENCEB. SKJ (Sinned) NA1.I1 4li;i. K.KIXG.M.D. rnn nmr PTn-rr ot nine tin 31 rinr.dinr.ci, ai.ujuio, mu. be paid until cured. I Cure Stricture Without the Knife or Bougie. I Cure Contagious Blood Poison, Neer to Return. I Cure Loss of Manly Vigor; No Stimulant, but Permanent. I Cure Varicocele Without Operation and No Loss of Tlm. CO.SSULT DR. KISO (FREE) BEFORE PL4CNO YOUR CASE ELSEWHF.RB. VARICOCELE. I cure this disease without operation, and under my treatment tho congested blood vcssols within ten days disap pear. Tho parts are restored to their natural condition, vigor and strength and circulation re-established. STRICTURE. I cure stricture v ithout the knife or Instrument bv an application which pets directly on th parts affected, dis solving the stricture completely, bv my galvanic-electrical medical treatment: is painless and in nowise Interferes with jour business duties. LOSS OF MANLY VIGOR. You may be lacking in the power of manhood. If so, I will restore jou the map. vim and'vlgor of manhood, tho loss of which may be the result of Indiscretions, excesses and unnatural weaknesses. Contagious Blood Poison. It ma- be in Its primary stage; It may have been hereditary or contract ed in- early daj-s. I cure all Its compli cations; I stop Its progress, eradicate ever? vestigo of poison from the sys tem, anu tnis witnoui uie use or. mer cury cr potash. UIDITC for iv copy of my latest bonk. "Man's Main Maladies uaiterM." A limited II 111 1 1. number will bo tnt absolutely Hours: 8 a. m. to 8 p. tn.; Sundays DR. NATHANIEL K. i FAIL A MANl We Premise Nothing but I What We Can Fulfill. We are I Skillful Workers and Honor- I able Helpers. Our Practice is Founded on Twenty-four Years of Actual Experience in Special Private Work Among Men. OUR CURES ARE THOROUGH, CERTAIN AND PERMANENT. Need Be Paid UNTIL CURED. replies sent in plain envelopes. Office VWJ LU a W. kSUllUrt-., 9 V a. 111. LU li JIOUI1. CO., N. W. Cor. Broadway and Market, St. Loots. Mo. attd In bodies, and they will be received in some formal way. TEMn.E OF FRATERMTV IIOSPITAU More Than 400 Cne Hare Bees Handled Since Its Opening. Tho emergency hospital in the Timple of Fraternity has ministered to more than K cases of a mora or less serious, nature sirco It began operations shortly after tha opening of the World's Fair. The hospi tal 19 thoroughly equipped with the most up-to-datn appointments, including an op erating chair of a new and convenient make, and a sterilizing apparatus. For treatment at the emergency hos pital membership in a fraternal order is not necessarv. The hospital Is In charge of Doctor W. P ("a!lfa. superintendent of the Temple of Fraternity, who is n pisted by Airs. Call fas, also a graduato in medicine. Trnln Kills EtOnebnin Man. REPUBUC SPECIAL. Teffcron City. Mo. July 23 Missouri Pacific Brakeman Robert Harrah was In stantly killed In the jards here to-day whllo making a coupling of a work train, being caught between the arrons of tho car? He was 2S vears old and a popular oung niuu. being a member of the Jef ferson City Lodge of Kirn. Ho was & soa of Judge Harran of CHlngham. 111. IIoo-lloo to llriame Dances. Commencing next Thursday evenlij:. th-i regular dances at the House of Hoo Hno will be resumed. These Thursday evtnlns dances nre entirely informa'. and consti tute one of the most enjoyable features of the evening entertainments at the Exposition. MY PATIENTS. I Fulfil: Enrj Proalti aadNertr Rol OntFilti Hopst THE FEAR. THAT TOU COUI.D FOT I5E CURED may have deterred jou from taking honest treatment, or you may have been one of the unfortunates who have been treated in vain by inexperienced phy- sitlans. FREE TREATMENTS. TREE TRIAL SAMPLES. PATENT MEDI CINES. ELECTRIC BELTS and other similar devices. Such treatments cannot nnd will never cure you. nor wiU these maladies euro themselves. When I offer jou n cure, and am willing to rlsK my professional reputation In curing you, and have such FAITH AND CONFIDENCE in my continued success in treating these diseases that I WILL NOT ACCEPT A DOLLAR UNTIL YOU ARE PERMA NENTLY CURED, and satisfied with a lasting cure, what fairer business propo sition can bo offered to the sick and af flicted? This should convince the slceptl cat. as I mean what I say and I do cx ectlv as I advertise, as I am sure of SAFE AND POSITIVE CURB In the shortest possible time without Injurious after-effects. My charges will be as low as possible for conscientious, skillful and successful service, and my guarantee is simple anu irue ,ui A i;ulijA11 ALijLf PRIVATE DISEASES. Newly contracted eases cured. All burning and Itching, Inflammation and discharges stopped in 21 hours; cures effected In dajs. Kidney, Bladder and Pros tatic Diseases. I cure all Irritation, frequent desire, stoppage, pain In back, brick-dust sed iment, scanty flow and catarrhal con dition. PILES. I cure, without operation. In 19 days; no ctentlon from business; no acid in jection or ligatures used. RUPTURE. I cure In 3D days, without operation or hypodermic Injection. No use In wearing trusses. My treatment Is palnlces, bloodless and with no de tention from business Home Treatment -FsfwaV."1 !! f erred, but It jou cannot call at my of fice write me your symptoms fully and I will mail you a complete set of Im proved symptom blanks. I make no charge for advice or diagnosing your cart Hundreds are cured bv mr lm- I proved memoes ot noma treatment. free In plain eealea envelope upon requnt 9 a.m. to 2 p. m. Consultation Ffce. KING, "I be. use lEsicn, isijfiirni. .Hibe-BtnKruBur. . Ctr. rial aa! llitb Mi. Iitrsnt 55! Fiai )L. St. Lull. NO MONEY TILL CURED. M 31 t . .Big.s. a. '"f " ij sv- ' -Aft a; ?! - y - '-; A