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v - v ""' ! -J' refe-i "-frs1?. - - t, ? t -- - "- ., - , --stf-w'raw " --'JSJV0"" 14 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1904. r i i - Iff S If M t & ztv FTA: MUNYONS WITCH HAZEL SOAPa I wish tbost who value a good bead of hair to shampoo their heads with my Witch Hazel Soap. It will positively cure the worst cases ol dandruff and all scalp diseases. It elves new liie and vigor to the scalp and has a tendency to produce a glossy and beautiful growth of hair. For the complex ion It Is the best soap made. It makes the skin soft as velvet For baby It has no equal Cures eruptions, allays itching and makes baby sweet as roses. To these who have sallow or dull com plexion or who havo pimples, eczema or any skin eruption, I can recommend my Paw-Paw Laxative Pills. They positively cure constipation, biliousness and all liver Ailments, if you have dyspepsia or are weak and nervous use my Paw-Paw Tonic cMUNYON, Victor Talking Machines Edison Phonographs Stella Music Eoxes - Wo carry all stles, have every record and tune sheet, sell for cash or credit. Call and see lis, een though you do not buy. If out of town, write for catalogues. ItEPAirtlXG A SPEC1ALTV. 0, K, HOUCK PIANO GO. 1118 OLIVE ST. MRS. HANNA ASKS DIVORCE. Wife of Nephew of Late Senator Alleges Cruelty. BEPUBUC SPECIAL. Lincoln, 1IL, Dec 7. lire. Georglanna. Houser-Hanna to-day filed in the Circuit Court of this county a bill for dhorce against Doctor Joseph J. Hanna, now of Houston, Tex., alleging extreme and re peated cruelty. Tho couplo ft cro married at New Orleans last March on top. of a thirteen-story of fice building. Doctor Hanna is a nephew of the lato Senator Mark Hanna. .' lor Christmas. Correspondence Stationery, paper and envelopes, in fancy boxes special values, Jl, C and S3. At Mermod & Jaccard's. Marlon County Farmers Meet. REPUBLIC SPEOAL. Salem, 111, Dec. 7. Theiannual midwin ter Marion County Farmers Institute be gan hero to-day. The institute -n 111 con tinue three das. A large number of ex hibits came In from all sections of tho county during the day. -- a The Belcher Artrninn Well "Water 1a used at new bathhouso and ho tel. Fourth and Lucas. '"Women's Society Electa Officers. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. "Virginia, III, Dec ".The Cass County Domestic Science Association elected offi cer to-day as follows. President, Mrs. .Henry Hunt; vice president, Mrs. E. M. Dale: secretarj -treasurer, Mrs. Nellie Robertson. i - Belcher Baths for Ladies At Fourth and Lucas avenue. Open day and nighL ., Engineer Bart ia Collision. In a collision between an cant-bound Wabash engine and a west-bound Frisco engine at Twenty-first street esterday morning, Engineer William Turner of No. 410e Manchester avenue, who wa in charge of the Frisco engine, sustained sev eral bruises. He was attended by Doctor J. W. Deveraux of No. 1U1 Old Man chester road, who pronounced them not serious. IF YOU KNEW a much as we do as to the difference be tween witch hazel and Pond's Extract you would nccr use witch hazel. You would have no confidence in the dealer who tells you "It is just as good and much cheaper." Tho reasons for Its cheapness Is shown by recent analysis of witch hazel pur chased in St Louis, which in nearly every Instance contained "poisonous wood alcohol. Pond's Extract lias been tho standard of Quality for sixty years. It is bottled by the manufacturers, and is nccr sold in bulk. No chance for adulteration there. It's an unfailing remedy for rheumatic "pain, stiff Joints, neuralgia, sore throat. End many other Ills that flesh Is heir to. Ask for it and bo sure jou get it ""Four sizes; 23c 50c, Jl 00 and tt.75. Ponds Extract Company, 76 Fifth atenue. New York. C Great Ilussell street, Lon don, s FOR. WOMEN ONLY TVs havt th most etScltat. tot and onlr reUabl rem edy tor Dtlared Periods. It , Klines Uw molt obsuAU I eamnllcatlcns from any I-coom -1b tt-noun. or S to 4 a&ra. wimoui pun. augrr or interferenc with wort W h brought hapdreM to hundreds of wc-ma n4 hare never known this rat ed to fau.. too wiiism; time anejtatture by wriunt a. b-SSTJBia &. tMti uunr. u Bu. ' tu. a. fiftSwOT. CHICAQO 111. flur St. Janus Hotel l.TJ31 'UMricin Plan, $2. "Elropian, SI. Market rt. ears direct to "idfrom sUUon. - P. 8H0BT. Prop. L. FRED KLOOZ. Mar. MITEL JEFFERSON. tea foam without . bath. XtM and Up kAil, lfl sarin lit) TDUauj H1UI OSVUi ,..."' SPACIOUS SAMPLE-BPOMS I.TJUN T. HAT. MIT. CHRISTMAS FURS. praai sals en Ladles Pino Fare. Child's For Set given awir with rry tW pnrcbaie or orer. PARlSIAj; PCS Oft. SM ODn St. TAPE-WORW-? HOT ARY PUBLIC. ? JOSEPH F. FARISH, rir?M.IMi Hayahlla Bwslaeaa eale. .,. au aais- viiu. a arm. - yafl aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees. tot V M. A- srasBBBBTsaV T.to.TT- " -" MUSEUM VALUABLE GIFTS Guatauiulu, Haiti, Portugal, Siam aud France Among Countries Tliat Have Contributed. TO NEGOTIATE FOR STATUARY. Philippine Exhibits Pledged to Philadelphia Institution, Which Is Willing to Divide With St. Louis. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the St Louis Public Museum, at the Boatman's Bank, csterday afternoon, Arnold Shanklln, nho was Special Com missioner of the Loul".! ina Purchase Ex position to Mexico to Unite President Diaz to the World's Fair, and Paul Oeker weio appointed collectors of exhibits. The mu seum has receheil valuable girts from Guatemala, Haiti, Portugal, Slam France. Nevada, and Kentucky. A committee was appointed to meet Sec retary Walter B. Stuens at tho World's Fair this afternoon to negotiate for the World's Fair statuary for the museum. Another committee a- appointed to confer 'Kith the French Commission at the French I'ailllon relathe to gifts to the museum from France, and also to consider the mineral exhibit of Netada, which consists of 3,000 different kinds of mineral and stones, collected at a cost of JT.0C0. Doctor William P. Wilson of the Philip pine Commission, and also of the Phila delphia Commercial Museum, In a letter to the St. Louis Public Museum, ald "That although the Philippine exhibits were pledge1 to the Philadelphia Museum and to the Smithsonian Institution, yet he would divide them with the St. Louis Pub lic Museum, and that tho Philadelphia Commercial Museum io&sessed many .il uablo duplicates, which he would gne to me bi. ioun jtuseum. The exhibits are being stored in the Guatemala Pavilion, which was given by the commission to the museum, with its contents. As jet no definite steps hae been taken to securo a permanent build ing. The directors refuse to make their plans on this line known, further than to state that the building must be fireproof, and that they desire a central location. The old City Hall has been suggested as a. desirable location, but has not been dis cussed by the board. A meeting of tho directors will be held at S o'clock Friday night at the St. Louis Club. For Christmas. Diamond Rings. $6.75 to 3.000. at Mer mod & Jaccard's. LITTLE R0CK CONFERENCE. Bishop Key Presides Over First Session of Arkansas Methodists. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Texarkana, Ark., Dec. ".The Little Rock Conference of the Methodist Epis copal Church, South, met in its nfty-nrst session in this city this morning at S o'clock. Bishop Key presided and conduct ed the demotions. C. J. Green called the roll of tho conference, after which John H. Hlneman was elected secretary, with W. J. Pinson, L. B Lelmp, TV. C. Hill cord assistants. TV. P. Whaley is railroad secretary. Doctor TVhisncr, secretary church exten sion; Doctor Winston, editor Christian Ad vocate, and Doctor Alonzo Monk, Fort Worth, Tex., were introduced to the con ference. J. H. Hlneman was placed on Epworth League Board. Ice G. C. Jones. The following transfers were announced by the Bishop: A. C. Millar, from Mis souri Conference; M. TV. Manvllle, New Mexico Conference: B. B Thomas, W. A. Swift and M. M. Barton. Memphis Confer ence; Barrett Wright and Wilson Moore, Louisiana Conference; W. F. Alderson, North Alabama Conference, and A. C. Graham, White River Conference. W. H. Browning, H. R. Withers, W. J. Bentt. J. M. CI!n A. Averv tt I?. Atr-hlp J. M. C. Sturges, E. Garrett. J. F. Carr. dle, H, Townscnd and W. J. Dato were referred to Committee on Conference Re lations for the superannuated relation. C. D. McSwain was referred for supernum erary relation. Doctor Whisner preached this afternoon and Doctor Ward to-night. not Sprtnsni of St. Louis. Tho placo to rest and recuperate. Baths for ladies and gentlemen. Open day and nlghL. Fourth and Lucas. OR. HARVEY MUDD IN RUNAWAY Escapes Injury by Jumping From, the Carriage. Doctor Harvey Mudd of No. 4144 Wash ington boulevard had a narrow escape from serious injury and probable death in a runaway at 9 o'clock esterday morn ing. He was in a carriage belonging to the Palace Llery Company of Garrison ave nue and Olive street. It was drhen by William Schmaliried of the same addres The horses became frightened and ran west on Dclmar axenue from Union ae nue to HamUton avenue, where they col lided with a wnon and team. The car riage was overturned and badly damaged. Doctor Mudd and the driver escaped in lurv by jumping as the two vehicles col lided. , Change to Aiaerlcaa Flan Sot. 13th. Monticello Hotel for permanent guests. largest, best rooms, ana service, at low. est rates. Animal Trainer Serlonslj- III. Albert Stadler, 37 years old, bearding at the Pike Hotel, near the World's Fair grounds, is at the City Hospital in a se rious condition as a result, of a hem orrhage of the lungs, with which he was attacked while asleep in his room yester day morning. He is a Swede, unmar ried, and has been employed as an animal trainer by Hagenbeck s Animal Show, on the Pike. Improves the flavor and adds to the health fulness of the food.' CBEAH BAKING POWDffl The World's Grandest Jewelry Establishment. Mermod & Jaccard's Pine Watches and Magnificent Diamonds for the Holidays. Gentlemen's Solid Gold Watches, From $25. to $860. t3 This elegant watch, solid 14 ' karat golJ, beau.iful cngine turned hunting case, fitted with a Merined & Jaccard jeweled movement- Special a $45. Value Solid dold; 14-lcarat gold, extra heavy hunting case en graved ribbon de sign, at illustrated, fitted with our cel ebrated movement, w $65. Solid uuiu, .4-l.arat gold, richly cn grartd hunting case, at illustrated, fitted with our guaranteed move ment oiy $36. Mermod & Jaccard't Watchei beauty, accuracy and durability. a telection from, at prices from 06. Write for New Catalogue A, MOLL GROCER CO. 614-616-618 Franklin Avs. and 822 K. 7th St. SPECIALS FOR Thursday, Friday and Saturday Fresh ground Corn ileal, per I9c peck "Belle Isle" pure fruit pre- OC serves, 3-pound jars, per jar.fcOU Pure Pennsylvania Buckwheat Flour, 10-pound sacks, per , y OC sack .. . ,wwv Triumph Tomato Catsup, pint bottles, per bottle 13c Pond Lily new Seeded Kalsins, per package 5c Imported Anchovies, 1-pound fCf tins, per tin t.Vu New loose Muscatel Raisins, per pound Fancy Evaporated Pears, per pound .New Evaporated Ring Apples, 2 pounds New crop St. John's Bread, per pound Fancy Queen OlUes, 'A -pint bottles, per bottle 6c 15c 15c 6c 10c Fresh ground Graham Flour, QCa 10 pounds for vwu We have in stock a full assortment of Imported Nuern berger Lebfruchen. and offer same at low prices. IN WEDDING HE AGREES NOT TO BE BURIED BESIDE HER. Kraegrr Mnrrlcn Jlrn. Hcnrlettu Mel rone. lio KxprenneM frcfcrcuce for l2rMt HaHbmitl Lot. Martin Krucgcr of Fox Creek. St. Louis Count), and Mrs. Henrietta Melrose of .St Louis were married esterday In Clay ton by the Reverend William Fotch, pastor of the Ballwln German II. E. Church. Krucger and his bride came Into prom inence last week by an anto-nuptlal agree ment they signed, whereby Bho reserved the right to be burled by the side of her first husband nnd to hare Kniegcr exclud ed from the pri liege of being burled In the same lot nhen he died Doth hate been married before and hae grown chil dren. Krueger a'o came Into prominence about two i ears agu, nhen he wus to hae married a nnman In St. Iju.s. with whom he became acquainted through an ader tlsement. He came to St. Louts with the Reverend Charles Gucnthcr of Ballnin, whom he had engaged to perform the cer emony. At the lat moment his bride elect changed her mind and would not hue the ceremony performed. "' Chrlstmnn Cards And "'1801" Calendars, at from Zc to J10. at Mermod Jaccard's. CASH AND DRAFT GIVEN. Kirksville Bank. President Testi fies iu Post-Office Sites Case. Hannibal. Mo. 'Dec. ".. T. Balrd, Dresldent of the Balrd National Bank, and yf. A. Downing, both of Kirksville, Mo., testified to-day at the trial of the case of Doctor Vernon, charged with bribery In connection with the selection of post-office sites. Witnesses testified that eleven sites were offered at Kirksville. The "Wlllard site, near th Balrd bank, was bought. The savings bank wanted the site near it se lected. Negotiations between Balrd and Vernon were carried on through Downing, and O00 was paid In cash, and a draft for JSM given, which was cashed by Ver non at Memphis, Tenn.. according to the testimony. The draft and receipts for the money were produced. Blanton was in Kirksville at the time and selected the site designated. Fred Wellson. another banker, and Thomas 3. Dockery. real estate dealer, at Kirksville. were examined. Ifa In the make. Jailor. (0 Fine. aays H. A. Besae, Ajjrand watch, at sbowu bv illustration, solid 14-kara't gold, rickly engraved limiting case, with our "Constant" jew eled nickel movement Special a-j-Value tputs Soliu v. , li-Karat gold, bcautifullv engraved hunting case, at illustrated, fitted with out jew eled nickel move ment Price $30. are the best; They are noted for their We have over 5,O0U Watches to make up. MEftMOD lb BROaDWIY, COMER LOCUST STREET Ch'eeae Sandwiches, In pack- 13c 30c 23c usee, per package Fancy Sicily Shelled Al mondp, pur pound Fancy Washed Figs, 1-pound baskets, por basket Dclmar Club Pimento OIlics, rjCn pint bottles, per bottle 3L Now Prunelles, per pound 23c '..9.6c German Sweet Chocolate, V pound cakes, per cake Primrose Breakfast Cocoa, V. pound tins, per tin 9c Tetley's India and Co? Ion 9fZf Teas, H -pound tint, por tin. v Port or Sherry Wlno, C yoara 4Qa old, per bottle 0t Old Blackberry Brandy, per Atfs bottle twt Norhelmer Rhine Wlno, per bottle 45c 75c Belle of Nelson Whisky years eld), per bottle. (0 TO IMPROVE COUNTY ROADS. Clayton Cour.t Accepts Promises of Taxpayers. The St. LujIs Coimtj Court esterday granted twentj petitions of citizens In various parts of the county, asking for tho Improvement or roads In their vicinities. The petitions granted are as follow b: Au gustlna road. J10O appropriation, to assist petitioners in work; Spanish Lake road, petitioners to grade; Tettcrson Home lane, pctltioncra to paj J1.3S0; I'tc Fee .road, petitioners to pay I'M, Cozzens avenue, pe titioners to pay $200: Warson road, peti tioners to pay J.V); Larrimore road, peti tioners to pay tza; Old JameBtown road, petitioners to do all necessary grading; Concord School road, two petitions for dif ferent section-", petitioner to pay $1,OCO on first and $335 on second; Vermont nvenue, petitioners to pay fcOJ; Laclede Station road, Manchester road to Miiourl Pacific tracks, petitioners to pay JKO; Tesson road petitioners to pay $200, Hcnrv avenue, pe tltioniT") to do necessary (rrndlng; Conway arid Sthocttler roads, petitioners to pay Baumgartncr avenue, grading and cut tmg of road to be done by potitlonpn; Lnlon road, petitioners to pay CS6; Buck ley road, petitioners to piv MT0; Schultz The money h to bo paid into the County Treasury by February J, and will bo used in tnp work of Improvement. Most of It has already been subscribed. For Cbrlatmiu. Solid Silver Teaspoons; set of six for CK at Mermod & Jaccard's. To Increaxe Klevalor CapncItT-. REPUBLIC bt'ECTAI Mexico, Mo, Dec 7 Arrangements are being made, and are about completed, by which a stock company composed of citi zens of TebbettB. Callaway County, will buy tho Marlow & White flouring mill at Tebbetts and add a 50,000-busheI capacity elevator. Almost all or the 110,000 stock has bren subscribed and entirely new and modern machinery will be Installed. Why Go ATTnr From Hornet Take your baths at the new Belcher Ho tel, Fourth and Lucas avenue. Any Old Shoe Won't Do. Take the Boy Where His Pa Goes for Shoes Harris'. Buy Web- ster School Shoes. To-Day's the Day! Ill SEE HARRIS, Lowest-Priced wfflTnwnnaswwVnfftiewiWllMnafiff " a&!MtftMK2iaHar& -rKVafTUBPSSWrBEvpdKna9rS0SS SBVZSBM 4KLSJMBWK& BBXAsUa ! 11 II as Sana Vr BtSMiMsnaMJjassrttssBi ' Mii iTawMTk " srisMtrmmwxirsjr nar TFW MfSKHtTssslfin " Tayc TJesBBr wfmww&r j SiavaUM 2Krfaiar R fir Butterfly Brooch Pin $350. Tbit grand piece of jewelry, set with beautiful brilliant cut gems, diamonds and rubies rYice, e353. Locket, solid Oi-, act with diamond Price $25. Locket, solid gold, set with diamond Price Diamond Solitaire- Diamond Ring- $65. $75. W' Brilliant cut diamonds, set in handmade fold mounting Diamond Rings, $6.75 to $5. 000. Brooches, 525. to $10,000. Lockets, $10. to $500. Scarf Pins, $5. to $1,000. We have the largest and finest collection of precious stone jewelry ever offered and our prices are the lowest. JACCARD'S mm sxr mwm r THtLArarar cctunvur btove amo The 1 1 affiritJjW Eest Line and Makes Quickest Time PORTLAND, ORE. to Ticket Office SICK CONVICTS PARDONED. Governor Dockery Releases Three Imitates of Penitentiary. KEI'UBUC SPKCIAI. Jefferson City. Jlo . Dec. 7. Governor Dockery to-day granted the following sick pardons to convicts in tho State Peniten tary: Ellen B Orcar. cnt up from Boons County for ten years, January 2), una, for murder in tho second degree. Galen E. Bishop, fcent np from Buchanan County for two years, September' 24, 1503, for burglary. J. Morgan Maddox. sent up from Ralls County for tw-entj-two years, September 12, 1SS7 for robbery. All of these convicts wire pardoned be cause thev arc said to be afflicted with consumption. For CbrUtmns. Seo the new Leather Goods at Jlennod tz. Jaccard's. Tlat Iron Bags special to day at $6. PROHIBITION SEEMS CERTAIN. Reported Tlutt President Favors Moeinent for Indian Territory. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Muskogee. I. T.. Dec. 7. E. M. Sweet, who Is now In Washington In charge of the movement for Indian Terri tory prohibition, advises friends here that the President has stated that he will turn the matter over to Charles J. Bonaparte with instructions to draw a clause for the Constitution of the proposed new State which will coverall of the promises made In tho Indian treaties relative to the salo of liquors, and will Insist that when thf State Is admitted that this clause shall bo In the enabling act. 5ctt Belcher Hotel and Bath. Fireproof, sulpho. saline, tub and Turk ish baths for ladles and gentlemen. Open day and night. Fourth and Lucas. 407 N. Ill Sixth St. MAIL YOUR ORDER. House in America for Fine Goods. 5 ; sasgP''- A Crown of (JiCA Diamonds !p4i)Ua Oct with 62 beautiful diamonds, brilliant cut stones, in baad" made gold mounting. D i amon d Pin, set with 9 diamonds $150. Brooch Fm, Fleur-de-Lis, iet with dia-notid-s Price 5200. aI(,. ESS Diamond Ring $95. Mail Order Filletl PERFECTLY FITTED SITJUaXm ANY WUHJOa EASY TO CONTROL amm-nm ONLY SOFT COAL STOVE ejb L)Xi.stsVwaaU Ring $150. tmhtmai a wmmrvar OUST FLUE WHICH CAN ALSO BE USED AS A CHECK DRAFT RINGEN STOVE CO. DlV.Of AMERICAN STOVE CO. SIXTH IT. NEAR LOCUST nrrowN nmaia rroniN'ncwDma Union Pacific is the 903 Olive Street. VICTIM OF BANDITS DIES. Messenger Roberts Does Not Tell of TJrain Robbers. Los Angeles, Cal . Dec 7 Messenger Evan Roberts of Wells X'argo Company, who was shot by a train robber while en route to Los Angeles over tho Santa Fe Railroad, near The Ncedlc3, Monday morn ing. Is dead. The chances of bringing to justice the man who shot Mescnger Roberts and loot ed the Wells Fargo safe or J300 on the Santa Fe train at Daggett. CaL. aro ma terially lessened by tho death of Roberts, who never revived sufficiently to furnish more than avery meager description of the bandit. Two suspects, a negro named Williams and a white man named Fltz patrlcK, are under arrest. Sulpho Tnrklih Batha. Sew Belcher Fireproof Hotel baths for ladles and gentlemen. Open day and night. Fourth and Lucas avenue. Construction Company Sura. The Henncblgue Construction Company of New York filed suit against I B. Wright of St. Louis, representing the Portland Cement Association, yesterday In '"? United States Circuit Court for C 3i.lS. which It alleges is due for con structing the association building at the Fair. For Chrlatmu. rine Watches. to H.00Q. At Mermod & Jaccard's. Opinion In Railroad Accident Case. An opinion was filed yesterday In the of- I RUPTURE ALWAYS INSIST ON GETTING A BECAUSE- You are SOT VfVjag for Bffl BMraa. but for-flae.aaalltr Havaaa Tahaee. the retailer by the Manufacturer, F. B. THIS IS GREAT Overcoat Weather And -we have the Greatcoats to suit the weather. Black Kersey, Long, Loose Back Swag ger Overcoats. Chinchilla and Frieze Ulsters. Fancy Scotch Tour ist Overcoats with belts. Surtout ' and Pad dock Frock Over coats. Sack Overcoats. Regular length all these Orercoats are correct in shaoe: made of the most stylish fabrics that will be worn this; season and they fit Price $10 to $50 Browning, King & Co., Broadway and Pise St CAPITAC "AKD SURPLUS" 5,5oo,ooal WE INVITE YDUTDOPENAN ACCOUNT 3 PAID ON SAV-J NGS DEPOSITS OPEN ON MONDAYS UNTIL CBMMOHWEALTH TRUST M LK.g. COW. BWfMPWW wouvtl flee of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, rendered by Judge Hook at St. Paid, in, the case of Hattle Tomllnson. plaintiff, t. the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Ball road, for damages. The verdict was In fa 2Jri.0lMe defcn5ant. who was chanted with killing the husband of the plaintiff by the carelessness of its employes. For Chrlatna. China Dinner Sets, JH.s Mermod & Jaccard'i. to CcD. At I.oc. Call to Tlrarlnla Pastor. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Mexico. Mo. Dec,7.-The NIne-MUe Presbyterian Church, south of this city. SSLJ86!!..11 ?V0 Jh Reverend S. G. Wood of Stuart. Va., to become pastor of that church, and ho has accepted. He In SSam?i,.S,f,i TIon Tneolotfcal Serai nary. Richmond, va. JULM! Cured K cattta. an pain, no dancer. Crtr lti ratM .Jutlnr IS yr prattle in l-ult. oil tor book lit Tlth t.ttlmonl.la li.Tntlnt IU. i. UW, I. I. M VMlHttii In KLE1T WOELD'S rAIR. Fraro Falatlar. Cteeka. Frea Deals, , Eaaal t j Iatpariea Cfara. Bold direct M Bice U. C Co, St. LoulJ. r Iarrowi 1 1 QUAKTtR tint, ISO. IACM ; ft FOR MO. I II cLurrT,vpeDooY co.. I JJ-JS3? -iv I i. a.i. vl isg;.-fc, .sjtf.ggd'a.--vi,.itxr!a; jhj.aJar4-WM.iJ.i-vijB-rf...... ..