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THE REPUBLIC: THTIRSD&Y. jATJGrTJST 9, 1900.
10
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2
FINANCIAL.
W. H. LEE. Freslacnt. GEO. E. HOFFMAN. Cashier.
X. TL FRANCIS. Vice President. B. T. STURGEON, Aas't Cashier.
A. K EHAPLEIGH. 2d Vice President. D. A. PHILLIPS. 2d Asa't Cashier.
The Merchaufs-Lasleda National Bank
Olc ST. XiOUIS.
Condensed Statement of Condition
RESOU RCES.
Cash and Sir-ht Exchange
Loans pavable on demand 82,238,937.
'" at fixed dates 5,G03,S63.
United States Tlonds
Premium on United States Bonds
Other Bonds, Stocks, etc
Real Estate
URBILITIES.
Capital Stoct
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Circulation -
United States Bond Account
Deposits .- ...-,
on
(Temporarily Located)
N. E. Cor. Fourth and Pine Sis.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $3,411,000.00
Interest Allowed on Deposits, from 2 t A'
PERSONAL AND SM03 AGOOUNTS S0LS01TED.
-OI3aEOTO-R.S :
ATXLT1IUS BUSC3L
DANIEL CATL3N.
JOHN'T. DAVIS
SAMUEL W. FORDYCE.
JOHN rO'VLER.
HEXrtrr. HAARSTICK.
W3I. L HfSE.
I! McK. JONES.
L M. RUMSEY.
EDWARD C SIMMONS.
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, STOCKS, COTTON.
Oril
t-tnah, I
rdera by "anil or telcKrapli promptly executed on lnnrcliu, or
In lot. ot 1,000 lia. UrnliiJ 00 bbls. Pork: IO .hare. Stock, am
b.lp. f7ntAn.
Commlsiilonm Grain l-IO; Trovlloni 2 1-2; Stock l-4 Cotton 2 point
Special intlncemrntn mnile to Country Correspondent.. Liberal nil.
vuees made on conMjrnment..
Reference. fnrnl.bfl on nnntlca. tlon.
Telephone HELL "HAI"f 1119.
gella eeiissio mwkm.
(INCORPORATED. CAPITAL, $30,000. 00, TA1D VP.)
L. A. Ctlla. Pml C A. Tillet, Vke Prest S.W.AtiUr.Set?yndTri.
I5
.o. 328 PINE ST., -
McKlNR-iE-DAVSE (RSVESTlVgEfUT CO.,
SUITE 421 SECURITY BUILDING, ST. LOUIS.
GOOD, RELIABLE INVESTMENTS.
Cripple Creek Gold Alines. Lead and Zinc ittlnes of Missouri.
FINANCIAL
N. W. Harrss & Company
BANKERS
CMICACO NEW YOK BOSTON
f'LDEST!
SU'ESII
ri-KTI BOTKV KILL E1JK 10 FEr. T. FEU JlOITn.
t...;i. Tlie Uttstor s Fnud pti atml.moatli'.j.
Th olfiFt estatilUhcl In America. Xo certificat
holder ha ercr lost a cent. Paynienrs mad.s to
ell subpcrlbers every 15 days. No troubl. Ho de
lay. Uonev refunded on demand. Wrlto to-day
for particulars, free to any address.
C. E. MACICEV t CO..
rtpnd Dept No. SS. Hudson Dulldlns. New Tork.
TRADING WAS VERY DULL
IN NEW YORK MARKETS.
i ifnosiis eeow
y l-UilUA IjW6UW OJLJWi-NUXil-
m Y ATrvAr Ax-riAr r fimnnA mn
l TVlvli TJV AAAT? 1 n.W
MAJJ- A J J. ft A( A&Ja.
3Ione.y in Good Demand in London
and Berlin, but Easy In Paris
Railroad Stocks "Firm.
JlErUBLTC SPECIAL.
New York, Aug. 8. Tradlns in tho London
market has fallen oft to an even narrower
rajiRo that that In Xetv Tork und tlio
changes on tho day were merely nominal.
Consols, however, hhowed quito a Httlo
i-treiiRth on the euccces of the war loan and
tho expectation that tho shipments of gold
from America would materially relieve tho
London money market.
An examination of tho ratio between the
Paris exchange and that In Xew York will
easily show that shipments of gold to Paris
tiro not profitable at Tircsent. It is prob
jilile, however that such gold as might ro
to Paris to-morrow would bo really a trans
action for London, nudo direct to save
transshipment.
Money continued In sood demand In Lon
don and Berlin, but was relatively easy In
Paris. Berlin exchanjo Bhowed noticeable
t-trenfrth, and there Is evidently no present
demand for Rold In that center. The sold
Fhipmcnts. eo far, are somethlnjr under J5,-
. OW.O00, but will probably bo larger before
Vhe week Is out.
n the local market tlio period of stacna-
jti Inaugurated at the beginning of tho
k. continued and tho trading in most
jcpartmenta was of tho most limited char
ncter. In Fpltn of the usual tendency of a
neglected market to eag, prices were very
fairly maintained. The possibilities of Mr.
33ryan's speech In accepting tho nomination
encouraged a littlo professional selling, but
the stock was for tho most part well taken.
Individual movements of stocks wero
practically unimportant. The pool opera
tions in Rubber cctiscd and the price re
coiled early on a few sales of long stock.
Tractions were weak, without any very
definite pressure. The railroad stocks were
Cull hut firm.
Tho close was as dull and Idle aa the
trading for tho rest of tho day. but very
fair strength was shown. The buying In
Missouri Pacific and Atchison Issues was
considered good, and railroads generally
received sufficient support to resist any
pressure from traders.
Sugar ralUed under pool buying, and tho
movements In Brooklyn Transit seemed
Biostly manipulation, and had really very
littla reference to the forthcoming- state
ment. Tho Chlncso difficulty does not seem to
grow any loss difficult as time goes on. It
Is a gain for civilization that the Ministers
are allowed to communicate with their
Governments, but thoir precarious condi
tion win ciiuiu anxiety unul the allies can
relieve mem.
The Boer War. howovpr. rppttkj nn ihn
verge of collapse, and it may be taken that
uie unusn unaersecrotary for War would
not have spoken with such confidence of
Its termination In three weeks' time with
out an accurate knowledge not hitherto
clven to the public press.
It has been conjectured by authorities
usually well Informed that free silver is to
play a very email part in Mr. Bryan's ac
ceptation speech and anU-lmperiallsm a
very large one. "Wall street looks upon this
an giving the Republican committee a
chance to extract funds for campaign pur
poses, and It may work an election scare In
the market before the fighting Is over.
It is probable, however, that at no time
for years has the market been In so good
a position to stand a break of that kind.
Tho floating account open la absolutely
trivial. The volume of trading in the past
few days has fallen off to a point unpre
at Close of Business June .29, 1900:
.53,157,320.71
.36
18
7,S65,S05.54
I,fi93.500.00
oS.000.00
190,271.14
111,475.93
$13,070,373.37
51,400.000.00
305,433.01
1,400,000.00
106,000.00
9.SC4.940.36
$13,076,373.37
edwin" o. staxard.
John a. scudder.
thos. ii. ''vest.
"HAP. D. 3tcLURE.
EDWARDS WII1TAKER.
for
d S5
- ST. LOUIS, MO.
cedented in the year's business and indi
cates more than anything else the serious
anxiety with which the public view the pos
sibilities of the foreign outlook.
This Is a difficulty which may be removed
at any moment, and it Is worth noting that
railroad earnings still hold their own. Tho
borrowing demand indicates the usual old
ehort interest, but shows a very limited ac
count open.
BOND SA1ES AT NEW YOKIC.
HKPUBLIC SPECIAL
New York, Aucr. S. Sales of bonds wero mad
here to-day as fellows:
Flr.stCail7
MO
l.'i'M
I'.OvO
lP.frV)
l.UJO
10.000
3.O0D
.000
Atch cen s.l0l'J
do adj M
U & O Is.. . 100
.10 S V dlr
s S6H
C Oa con us SlR
do 1st Inc.. Aj
C V ptd s. SSvj
4s 107U
N Y C St L
:Hifi w;
N & XV 4s... V".i
Nor Ohio 1st
i"s Ill
N I pell 3a. tj'.i
O &. Cal 1st
5s .SH
Rdar gen 4s. kV.i,
ft L I M sen
6s HOiiftllOt;
St L 1 JI i. 73Vi
St L S W
1st 4s S9
S A A P 4s 735i
S P 4s 79
Sou It R 1st
os ....101'ifjlOS'i
Stand Twlr.o
5.0(0
10)
10.030
2.OP0
2.0CV
20.001
32.M0
10,000
1.000
E.0.10
1.000
9.XW
4.000
1G.0VO
i- at 'J isen
His jri
C & X W con
7s 110
do gold 7s
reg 105
C K I P sen
two
10.000
2.000
41 108ji'107
Erie 1st gen
4i C3
II V 1st 46S.1W
I D & W 1st
1.000
io,
4R 103H
."Mex Cen 1st
Inc 2?
MKT 1st 4s 91-i,
do Id 4s ti
M P tr r.s.. S7
M & o gen
4s St?i
N Y C St L
me 10
T & P lt
S 112
T P & W 1st
11 S3
U 3 Ss coup
ot 1025 1327;
U P 1st 4s..lrt5h
WIb Cen ton iiii
15.000
6.000
1.000
t.0i)
6.000
4.0i )
S.C00
10.000
1.000
2.000
Second Call.
82.000 Atch ad J ...
G2.0i 1o 4s....l0lul0m
2.0i0 It R T 5s...l03tu
."..003 U W & W
1st 77j
3.roo it & o ruui
3',is S!i
in.noa c P 1st .... 9S
3.000 Col Scu 4s.. M
2,i...) D R O 4s .. SMI
2.W.) Erie fa s;t(,
1I.K10 11 V 4Vt3....10.Ju
l,'rt FTC lst..H0
1.0J la Cent lst.11311
10,'XO L tt N 4s .. SSVi
.Coo L B ,t W 2d.ll5'i
.000 31 K T 4s.. 9j
i.icOO do 2d W-
,("rt M K llast 4s l'i'i,
.( N & W 4s.. ;.7;.
,f 11 4s t"iV.
,WJ Kdg 4s.S7-3 67Ti
i.OOO
St L I 31 4s. 70
),WK uo gen ..s..
HOVi-ti I10!i
).ooo St U S w 1st ai
Mm) T & N O S3 liKV
v'j u - -is lUJia
,l)W W K Y & P
1st 110
,oy) v c 43 j-s',5
3S,
Third Call.
2.000 Atch adl .... S4U
Will w & w
1st 7
;.! H & O 3'-s.. ME
2,0 RAO 4s.. .100
i2.to u & o s vr
dlv SV-3 .... Ti
10,000 do Pitts 3".s ECla
5,000 Col 3Iid ti..
74H: 73
K.009U R O 4',is,.107
11.000 i: T V G 11
con 5s 116
I-nOO G- E deb r.M..lliU
C.iK 31 K T 2d.. f.6
in.oix) 3iex Cen 1st
Inc 21'Tl
E.W0 H P of Calif
stpd S3 lOSi
23,000 X! P 4s 1031,
2,(J0 W U 4Hs....lH".;7.
1,0 W C 4s S',j
Netv York Stock notation.
n-i. 1. ?" Lo"1'. W'cdnesday. Aug. 8, 1M0.
Itio lollowing shows the opening, highent, low
est and closing quotations on the New York
Mock Exchangt! yesterday. Corrected daily for
Tho Republic by D. It. Francis. Bro. & Co.,
bonds and stocks, 211 North Fourth street:
p. . Close
oll;Jl3. tSUGS.Unen.Hiirn.I.niv.r'lnsrv Vea
Am. Car & Fdy...
loVi
iJO. pin. .........
Am. Cotton oil.
Arn. Linseed Oil..
Do. pfd
Am. b. & Ref
Do. pfd
Am. bteel Hood..
Do. Did
Am. S. & W
.... W
33 31
51 ile,
3i;'4 3.;',
19 19
.... 1.714
S3' 331,
110 S3'5
"fij 54'! ci?i 54"
1W SG'.s
410 fcX fcS',4 tS
100 13
"470 ii" S3?i 33'
Am." Sugar "iter"! 14JS0 laU 12l" 121
t?is.
121 i,
23
Am. Tinplalo
220
1 2231 22-''
uo. pia. ...,
Ani. Toiiacco .
A., T. & S. F
, Do. pfd ,
B. & o
7t
... 2.SS3 S21J 9.IH MU W- sou
. 3.150 2Gi 27 ml Xh 6tJ
... 4,913 70 70U .4 70U 70-51
... 1.7111 7.1T. Til; 733: 7j(-: rji'
1.710 73-s 74!
rak nil nil
Do. pfd
Brk. Rap.' Trans'." li.'sso Ki SSJa 55Vi 63T4 5G'i
Cent, of N. T .. 11'
117
Chpa X- roilft
a. ii. & y.. .HI"
Chi ITrpK Wnc.
ID) 27!4 2754 27
2.750 12G!fc 125H 12314 12GH 125i
11
2.225 lltll lllli llli HPi 111
2,t46 103 lOGh 103 lbbt, 105
10O 5Vv, 5; 50
4y0 3311 Say 35 S3 :.3!A
C. 3L A St. P....
C, R. I. P
a. c. c. & st. l.
Colo. Fuel & Iron.
Consol. (las
Cont. Tobacco ...
Do. pfd
Del. & Hudson....
D.. L. & W
D. &. R. G
Do. pfd
Federal Steel ....
Do. pfd
Glucose ReHnlng..
Illinois Central ...
Laclede Gas
L. E. & w ,
L. & N
Manhattan L
Met. St. Ity
National Tube ...
M.- K. & T.
Do. pfd
3Io. Pacific
National Biscuit..
Do. pfd
National Lead ...
National Steel ....
Do. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y., Ont. & W.
Nor. & West
Do. pfd
Northern Pao. ...
Do. pfd
Pacific 3Ia.il
Pennsylvania
People's Gas
Pressed Steel Car.
Do. pfd
Reading
Do. 1st pfd
l.'JIO 24?4 25
f30 77 77!i
-H ' :l
n (174 ,0!',
.... 112 112
123 112
G7Ji
1.0DO S3 S3Vi 3?.i 33 334i
C.".Vj
430 54VJ 54', 54U S1J 53i
S80 HGvi lie 1104 HG-i 117
74
ioo"705i"..!;"..".'."7oH'"7iu
G 90 il 90 90 ii tmj
2.S30 153 151U 151 133 133s
2,093 43Vi 4G 43',J 4? 43a
Si.
'.'V) 3014 30U 3.1 30 21
S,t- 50'i BlVi 50'i 50 WJl
WO 31 31Vi 31',j 31Vj 31 li
Kji
193
"iii sJii '.'.'.'. III'. s5ti fjii
415 12SH 12STs 12S14 12SJS 129'
630 2o-5l 21 SVl 21 20?;
320 34U 84'.t 33-51 33i 2414
524 77 78 77 7S 7S
2,'AV) 51S 51T4 Si's 61:4 515j
"ioo 31" I'.'.'. '.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. Sis
f!60 ISsH 129 12SM i2Saj 12SU
1,239 ffi 9Si 0SV1 9S- 93
310 40'" 4J4 401
; '1J,
il6id jsvi dsh ssii csh ssh
FINANCIAL
The National Bank of
Capital, Surplus and Profits,
$8,000,000.00.
Do. 2d lifJ ""YI LT";
Rep. I. & S 11) 3',i
io. pfd 53- rji
St. u .t p. k iw yu.
Do. 1st pfd
Do. I'll ptd 23";
PL L. S-W
n,i. pf.l
Southern Pacific. 1,016 sjt;
Southern Hallway 21) pv-s
Do. nfil "' 5'-
23
!4
3Vi
23
M"i
50V
3.1'i
.... 21.1,
s:iri C3ij
li us
r.2 sjii
70 70U
H"i 141-,
.... 1H9
.... n;
.... mi;
M.'. M,
a
io";
T.-iin. Coal & Iron
Texas & Pacific.
Third Avenue
U. It. Ar I'
Do. pfd
925 TrtU
hi) it--;
70i C9U
Vnlrn P.ieitlC ?.k''2 f,!K
8 i'2
930
i3
ran
Do. pfd
U. S. Leather
Do. pf.l
V. S. Rubber
70
70
l'i'i l.i'i
10
10V,
10li
V,
'1-1
?Ul-
k"
7o-;
ii
33!
n.r.i")
23 so!
Wabash -lib. H..
Do. pfd
W. U. Tel 370 -,9
Wis. Cent. IV. I.. no 14
Do. Pfd. IV. I ,
73"; Wi
7!i:
II
Vitt-btirsr SlDolcx.
Pt. Louis. Wednesday. Aug. s, 1510.
Received dslly by D. H. Francis, Hro. & Co.,
211 North I'oir.th street.
Close: DM. Ask.
Cblcigo Plate fila- 157 Vi
Westlnshouse Air Brake 1794 lS)Vs
Cliloneo Stook.1 nnd nniiil.M.
St liuls. Wmlnd-iv. Aus. 8. 10".
Kereived dally bv D. It. Francis. Ero. & Co.,
2U North Fourth street.
Pales Ilich. Low.
American Ptrawboard rn 314
National Iliscult 31 !D
West Oilcntro Street Railway lrtrti H'i'k
Metropolitan West P4de Hievated 31'i 31
Do. pM J.''", M
Pnlnn Ti-etnn vm. V!
South Sl'" nievateil nm:, t'n'i
Llnseel Oil nu id;
Do. pfd r,4'l "1
National C.irbon vo'-i SO
Close UM. Asked.
American Ptrawboard 3) ....
niKwpn fity 12 per cent bonds 231
Iilte Street F.levate.1 ;'-,
Do. tntct certillcates S4
Dbmind Mnteh i;i
Natlonallliscuit 31
10
1
in',
-1U
Xoiv York Curb Stork.
St Iiuls. We.lneo.iav. Auer. 1, 1W.
Reeetved .1 illv bv D. It. lraiicis. Tiro. & Co.,
21' North Fourth street.
Cloo: Hid. Ak.
Amer?. an Air Power 20 22
Averican rtleyclo r, r.
Do. pfd 20 St
American "oolen Vl 13U
Do pfd 7.U', 71 "
APialcamat'vl Copper S7U .u.
nileaco and Alton rahs 1?'4 10.T
Cat Iroi Pipe 3"J It;
Do. pfd 27 22
Distiller of America 4'.; i'i
Do. pfd 1W 2A'4
RIeetric Itoit 1", " IS
Do pfd 3i .'".
R'-etrir Vehiflo 2a 22
Do. pfd 40 C".
rVirHiffe '. .7 f,
lTnvann rommere!al "i Otl
Do. pfd 2S 41
Irternitlenal Pump 11V, sot;
Do. pfd f. W-;
N-tlopal Salt 31U 41
Do. .fd CV-; f..-,
New VorV Ftretrlc Wli'eln f'4 U
New rtclar.d Electric Vehlelo 4 'i
Ct'o Elevator " ";
Do pf.l v. -
Roval Rkln" Powder II 02
Rubber r.ooils TU "1
Do. pfd 7.j 771;
Standard Oil S32 r.2l
STOCKS AND HONnS IN IJOSTON.
lloiton, Auc. S. Monev. ptock': bond
mlnlns shares were nuotefl as follows:"
Money.
Call loans. 2iI3; time loans. 3sN'..
Stocks.
and
A.. T. Sr S. T 2'" General Electric. -1S1--J.
Do. pfd 70 Do. pfd iSVi,
American Supnr 12l'l Ed. Elee. Ill 20"
lo. pfd IK Mexican Central... IFi
Dell Telephone 143 Michigan Tel S,"
TtrKton K- Aliwny..247 N. 11 Has i- Coko 14"J
Boston Elevated.. ..143IA Old Colonv 203
lioj-ton & Maine.. .1"! Old Dominion -KV,
! B. ,t 0 12r.'; Rubber 2S
D-iminlon Coal .... 41 1'nlon Pacific 50'.;'
Do. pfd "0 I'nlon I-and 2
Federal Steel 32"; West End 03
Do. pfd C Westins. Electric. 4Vi
Fitchburc Pfd lort'i.
Ilomis.
Afl.lMn4s 33 IN. E. Clas & C. Cs. GHi
Mining Slinn-s).
Adventure 2V. Osceola f.s
Allo:iez Minlnir Co. 1 Parrot 42
Amal. Copper S Qulncy 13".
Allantio 23 Santa J"o Copper... 4'i
J!oon Jfr M... 3038307 Tamarack 1!
Hutlo & HoMon.... 0t rt.ih Mlnimr --JU,
'nl. & Hecla..73;Q'7ir, Winona .1
ivntennha 17 WoUerincs SV'j
lrrunklin lSil Arnold 3",r.'a" 4
lluiiiboldt 23
overnment llfnfl5.
New York, Aug. C Government bonds weak.
Tnitfd States 2s ref., when Issue,!, reg 103'J
i nitea Mates jh rer wnen tssue.i, coup phv
1 nlted Mates 2s, reg..
..100
I'r.lted Stats Ss. reg
United States Sa. coup
T'nltcd States new 4s. reif
United Spates new 4s, coup...
United States old ). reg
United States old 4s. coup....
United Slates 3s. reg
United States 5s. couj
District of Columbia 3.G31
....I'iO
....109
....KS'i
....132Vt
....m
....lli'i
....112-ji
....122
FOnEIUN FINANCE.
Ensrlnnd.
Iondon, Aug. S. Consols for money 95; for
the a.-count W,: Atchison 274: Canadian Pn
clllc S9i; St. J'aul lit; Illinois Central 119U;
Ixjulsvillo and Nashville 72'i; Union Pachlc pld.
77'; New York Centiil lli'i: die H;' Pit n
sjlvanla B3H; Ilea Hit fN; Erie first pfd. 3!;
Northern Pacific prd. 73; Grand Trunk 6',r, Ana
conda Mi: Rand mines 4P. 3Ioney 2111 per ci iu.
Discount rates in open market t-.r .iicrt lulls Is
1 4!n i?r cent- do. threo me.ntlis- bills 4'i per ent.
.iinuuiii oi ouiu-jii lonin iniu ine uarcK n e.ug
lan.l on balance to-day was 2,0o0. Spanish 4s
70'.
I'"rnnce.
I'liris. Aug. S. Husla;ss was extremely qulot
on tho Bourse to-day. and in on-'o.iiieiico prices
sagged somewhat. Cnlj rentes had Mrength. and
they wero in good de..i.ri'3. Money .uU mines wero
dull and easier. 111 ii-w r, t!m approaching st
tleinent In London. Three p.r cent ti-i.tos lOOf
22',:e for the account. Exchange on lndon 23f
17o for checks. Spanish 4s closed at 71. SO.
Germany.
Herlln. Aug. S. EchunKu on London 20m
elplg. for cheeks. Discount rates short bills 3
pir cent; three months" bills IU per cent. Dusi
ress on the IJocrse tu-day who unfa-voiably in
lluenccd by the political iincrrtnliity. The con
tinual rales of indui-trials are depressing everv
tlilug, the declines In loal nnd Iron shares beiiisr
etpeclally nutlcoable.
The Ranks.
Now York, Aug. 8. 3Ioney on call steady at
IVi per cent; prime mercantile paper 4Jj5 per cent:
sterling exchange steady, with actual business in
barkers bills at M.fcSH for demand and at Sl.St'.l
tor sixty days: posted rates f4.i55T4.is3H and
?.&.; commercing unit. 34.34 i.Ni4. siiier cer
tificates GlSGCii-. Mexican dollars 4S;ic Kx
clianges 118.680,073; balances $7,G30,r,3. The Sub-
treasury liaa u ueou. oaiance to-day of $3ul,S!9.
Baltimore. Aug. 8. Clearingi J3.011,493; bal
arces J4W.S03.
Philadelphia. Aug. 8. Clearings 311,733,069;
balances 11.730,257.
Boston, Aug. S. Exchanares J17,233,3-15; bal
ances JI.70S.O0S.
Chicago, Aug. 8. Clearings 20.!94,G10; balances
Il,4il,!iS2. New York exchange par; sterling ex
change Jl.Poi.f9.
Cincinnati. Aug. 8. Clearings S2.400.S30. New
York exchange 15c discount. 3Ioney i'.iQG per
cent.
New York Market Gossip.
The following synopsis of the gossip In re
gard to the leading features of the New York
market was received by D. R, Francis. Bro. &
Co.:
New York. N. Y., Aug. 8. London cables
reported tho market on the other side flat for
Americans, with prices about even with ours.
With tho dull market on this side, there was
little opportunity for arbltrago trading, und
the total transactions for foreign account
amounted to only 1.100 shares, mostly sales.
There was less commission business in tho
market to-day and the tiocr of the exchar.fo
presented a more lifeless appearance than on anv
day for a long period. The ticker was idle .t
freoucnt Intervals, and most of the day thero
were more brokers In the doorways and lobbies
than on the floor of tho exchange.
In the last hour tho traders who were noted
as sellers of stocks early in the dav started cov
ering of shorts, and this covering caused a
recovers of about H point In several stocks.
3Ietronolitnn Street Railway hurt -cciinT- rmi.tt, .i.
tlons. declining 7t on small sales and then re- 1
.......... .1 ..... In.,- n., nnii.ll. .u .11 1 -
tu.iitu mi ivki v i-juLitij iwoaii purcnases.
The manipulators most active In the limited
market were bearish in their talk, nnd traded as
thev havo been for the last six weeks.
They wera sollers and offerers of various stocks
to-day.
There wxs more Interest In R. R. T. tlinn
in any other stock on list. F. w. Savin & Co.
were the largest sellers, and Bell & Co. were
the principal buyers. Brokers that are bearish
on the stock brouaht up the list of Judgments as
a reason for elllng the stock. These Judg
ments are mostly for personal injuries and are
generally now being brought before higher courts
on appeal.
Rubber common was traded In on a fairlr
largo scale, but the advance did not attract
as much attention ns It did yesterday. Host
of the buying orders came from Inside Interests.
Tho gold shipped on the Oceanlo to-day
amounted to $3,200,000. of which $2,700,000 was
sent bv Boring. 3Ia-toun & Co., nnd $300.00.1 by
Heidelbacli. Ickelhelmer & Co. Lnzard Freres
to-day ensaged Sl.00O.003 nnd HelWelbach, Ickel
helmer & Co. $300,003, to be thlpped to Paris
bv La Touraino to-morrow.
Late, afternoon. Ladenburg. Thalmann & Co.
took $6.T.000 rold. also to he shipped to-morrow
to London. Total engaged or shipped so far
this week. $3 300.000.
Txiridon cables were as follows:
London. 1:43 p. m. American railway shares
Commerce in St. Lonis.
show fractional declines below Now York pari
ty, with tin- extmne decline ra jut cent In
Baltimore and Ohio common.
London, VrM p. m. The market for American
securities holds firm.
I-ondon (Evening) Tho market for American
railway shai cs clOM'd on tho curb steady but
without nnlni.itloii.
Other departments were steady.
The Tuiis Bourse was steady.
Herlln Uoersc steady.
THE MONEY MAIIKIiT.
Conditions I,'nc!iitn;;cil, but ltunlnesit
Oencnill' (iooil.
St. Liuls. Wednesday, v. s. 100).
A very eoo.1 all-round business was done to
d.ij ain.niK tho local banks and trust companies,
but them was no particular chaiiKe In the bank
ing siuaticn as a whole. There was a i;ood
and encouniKlns: demand for money, loth from
local borrower!) und country banks, the latter
beins specially good borrowers. There was no
quotable chance in rates of interest, which re
main as 3 to 7 per cent for call and time loans
in the extremes, favored customers bein;r ac
commodated at 3 tii ti per cent. Deposits con
tinue fully up to the iicragi of the past few
days and money appears to be in plentiful sup
ply at all t'ie leadimr bunks. Withdrawals wero
also said to be good. The local bank clearinss
lo-day were repoited at $3,013,30! and the bal
ances were tSll.il'S.
IlonivHtic Exchange.
Whitaker & 1 .odgman, bond, stock, commercial
paper and e change brokers. 300 North Fourth
street, riuote exchange as lollows:
Did.
New York 20c dls
Louisville 23c ills
Cincinnati 23c fits
New Orleans 23c dls
Chicago 20c dls
City of St. LoiiIn.
Asked.
10c dls
par
par
par
10c dls
Corrected daily by Gaylord, Mussing & Co., S07
unvc street:
Rid.
103
I(i3;i
103
10S
109
D...101
W)
Ill
Ask.
103V
HCs
Wi'li
llu
111
103
111
112
City 3.B3S, J. D.. 1007
("ity 3.i"3s. gold. M. N., 1513
City 3i:.s. J. J.. liilO
:ity 4s. sterling. 31. N.. 1911
City 4s. gold. M. N.. 1012
City 4s, bterllng. 20 years, 1503, J,
City is. gold, A. O., 1!M3
City 4s. Rold. J. J.. 101S ,
City 4s. steillng, A. O.. lOth, 1008
City Cs. gold. .V. ().. 1M3 ,
City ft., gold, A. O.. 13W
City Cs. currency. A. O., 1M0...
.1"5
I'll
.,112'A U3',i
..UT-, 114
..112V.. 114
LOCAL STOCKS AND IIOMIS.
Only b. Few Trndt-si Mnde and GfiicrnI
Sltuiition (liiiet.
There was no particular feature to tlio market
to-day. and no change of important e In prl:es.
The demand was generally quiet, neither buyeis
or selieis seeming to exeit themselves in mak
ing trades, the result ot which was that tlio
dealings were small. The usual quotations were
made m the .llfl'eient stocks and bonds, especial
ly street railways. In which there were a. few
changes, but none were of particular significance.
The trading this morning was light and con
fined to the few favorites on most active secu
rities. The initial deal was in one 3Iissourl-Edl-son
3s at $04.50. which was lower than thev have
been quoted. This was followed by tho ."ale of
five shares of "Mib" stock at J7G, and one United
Railway 4s at SS5.25.
Trust and bank stocks wero quiet, the former
being strong and tho latter fcteauy. Mining stocks
were dull and weak.
To-da's closing quotations:
United Railway 4s
Do. pfd
Transit, common
MIssourl-Edison common
Do. 5s
St. Louis and "sub" stock
Do. incomes
lio. 5s
Mississippi Valley Trust
St Ioul Trust
Union Trust
3Iercuntlle Trust
Lincoln Trust
ltanl: of Commerce
Third National
Boatmen's
31ercliants'-Iiclefle
American Exchange
American-Nettie
Granite-Hl-3Ietalllu
San Sebastian
St. Joe le,id
Relnult I-.id
Brewery lmnds
31eramee River f.s
ltri.adway fable
Union Dei-it shorts
Do. shorts
Cass Avenue 5s
Mound Citv t'.s
ICennard Carpet pfd
Do. common
American Central Insurance..
Cotton ConipiisH stock
Brewery Cs (100
Taylor Avenue t'.s
Simmons Hardware common
St. Louis City S.Gos
Rids.
..S S3.00
.. Gi.50
.. 2U.73
". 'b'tM
.. 75.50
.. 91.00
.. It, 1. 5.)
.. 29.!.f,i)
.. 2:2.11)
.. 230.00
Asked.
c;!73
21.00
17.73
91.73
77.00
l'2.i
dih'j'v"
232.00
14-..IH
247.110
147.5't
IW.D)
13l.i0
fllS.fl")
2i2o"
31.110
11.01
100.23
lOOTV
101 .iji)
. 210.00
. 140.00
. 200.0O
. 1.10
.. 100.C0
... IPJ.V)
.. p,n.23
.. l'M.-'J
.. 121.23
.. 3C2.H0
.. 100.23
.. Uli.cO
.. 103.00
.. 42.U0
".'. iiairy)
.. 113.00
.. lll.'io
... 303.0-3
43.00
20.0H
117.00
Forelsn Ilichnngr.
There was a better demand for foreign exchango
and the market was linn.
D. R. Francis, Uro. & Co. report cluslnjc rates
as follows:
Prime sterling cables 4.S8afJI.S3; checks 4.55V4
6'H: 60 daj 4.SHiiJi.
Mmnierclal bankers cheeks 4.SSgV4: 60 days
4..HU; M days 4.e2"i.l',.
Grain hills 4.SI46-1,; cotton Mils 4.f.".';S.
Bunkers Purls cables 5.14T-SI-1G3.13; checlts
u.l.'.Til-lCli-;: GO .las .-.IS'.fjl-M.
Commercial French ft lines checks 8 35l-163i
li : i'.0 dajs 3.IS7L
Swiss francs check" 5.13-U: W da-s 5 .2"" "-ilf 1-liJ.
Belgian francs cheeks .r..li',t: M days 5.20H.
Rankers relchsmark cables 93 u-lJifvt; cliecks
IC'tftf-lS; r-3 days 94"A.
( ,ominerclal reiclisnmrk checks 9il-16; 60 days
Oi3-,; !u days 94.
linkers Dutch guilders checks 4!i4i33-16; 6
days 40 l-16&y.
Commercial Dutch guilders checks 40 2-16f'.l; 0
days CO 13-10f(40.
FARMERS' FEDERATION.
Adopt Jleiisures for Self-Frolcction
Against Wall Street.
REPDBL1C SPECIAL.
Tonekii, K:is., Aug. 8. Tho Farmers' Fed
eration olosfd to-night utter adopting a
plan for protecting tho farmers of the Mis
sissippi Valley against tho onslaughts of
Wall street.
Tho plan of action contemplates Issuing
bonds to the extent of $100,000 for the. pur
pose of establishing commission-houses In
Kansas City and Chicago. The bonds will
range In price from ?100 to Jl.OX). Secretary
Butler said that $1.1,000 had already been
subscribed for the purchase of these bonds.
Among the purchasers are the following:
Walter N. Allen, Merfden. Kas $3,000: 1.
S. Newton, Safford, Kas., $1,000; C. B. Holt
man, Enterprise, Kas., $1,000; Mra. Crumb,
Harveyvllle, Kas., $1,000; E. R. Twins. Des
Moines, la., $1,000; I Barlnger, Ruthven,
la.. $LO0O.
In addition to theso several delegates
pledged tho purchase of bonds to the
amount of at least $1,000 In their respective
counties.
Secretary Butler said arrangements had
practically been completed for securing a
commisslon-houso in Kansas City to han
dle live stock and grain shipments. Ho said
the deal would bo completed within tho next
thirty days.
Tho officers of the Federation will now
take up the work of placing tho remainder
of tho $100,000 of botuK
BROOKS FOUND GUILTY.
Jury Sentenced Him to Life Im
prisonment. REPUBLIC SPECLL
Palestine, Tex., Aug. S. Tho Jury In tho
case of V. II. Brooks late this evening re
turned a verdict of guilty and gave tho de
fendant a life sentence In tho penitentiary.
Brooks was one of the defendants In tho
noted Humphries lynching case. The jury
was out twenty-four hours.
This afternoon tho venire has been called
and the selection of Jurymen has begun In
the case of John Gaddls, another defendant
in tho same case.
NAIL IN HIS BRAIN.
Boy Fell Off a Barn and Met Death
in Peculiar Manner.
REPUBLIC SPECLVL.
Sedalla. Mo., Aug. 8. Clyde Saunders, tho
10-year-old son of Joseph Saunders, who
lives near Spring Fork. Pettis County, was
Instantly killed last evening in a pecull-.r
manner. Tho boy fell off a barn and his
head struck on a nail, which pierced his
brain. His brother, two years older, car
ried him to the residence and washed his
wound, not knowing he was dean. Failing
to resuscitate his brother, he ran two miles
to a neighbor's for assistance.
Dcpeiv's Schoolmnte Dead.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New Kaven, Conn., August 8. Cortland
T. Van Renssalaer Creed, one of the most
eccentric figures of this city and a member
of Chauncey M. DepeWs class at Yale,
dropped dead this morning.
Ho adopted such peculiar medical treat
ment as to bring down upon himself the
censure of physicians all over the State.
Ho was 70 years old. His family allowed
him to go to the almshouse several months
ago.
JSTEAMB0ATS.
LOWEIt MISSISSIPPI.
FOR STE. GENEVIEVE.
II. S. alAIL STR. COLUMBIA.
Leaves loot of Pino street dally at
12 in. except Friday. I-env K.mnv
Ut J U. III.
.. LiVWitENCE -MACDONALD. Ac:nt
Offlce 203 N. LeVee. i'hone M lSuS, A Hi.
CHESTER LINE.
Steamer QREV EACL.K. In placo of Cherokee,
to Chester and way landings leaves Tuesdays
Thursdays ai.d Saturdays at 3 p. m.. from Eagle
j-iicKei ijnipauy s wnanwiat. making excur
sion, rate of $3 lound trip, meals and t-rth in-
eluded.
ll'JNTElt HEN JENKINS. Agent.
EAUI.1'3 PACKET COJIPAAV.
Str. War Eagle for Cape Girardeau. Commerc
and all way landings. Mondays end Fridays J
P. m. For Illinois River 8tr. Raid Eajis for
Peoria and Intermediate points Wednesdays and
Saturdays. 4 p. m.
HUNTER BEN JENKINS. Gen. Agt
Phone Main 233.
Memphis and Return Only $12
including: Meals nnd lierth.
Steamer REES LEE leaves Fridays at I p. m.
Steamer PETERS LEE leaves Tuesdays at S p.
m. fcr Memphis and all way landings, taking
freight for Helena and Friars Point nnd Arkan
sas River to Pine Bluff. Phone Main 40 A tnd
Klnloch A 112.
J.VO. E. MASSENGALB, Agent.
Wharfboat foot of Pine street.
CPPEIt MISSISSIPPI.
Pnr Hamburg. 111., C.'nrksvillo. Louisiana,
Hannibal, Qulncy and Keokuk.
Str. ST. PAUL
Leaves Saturday, August 11, I p. m.
"EXGURSlOfiS"
To Bflrliirctoo, la., ani Return S7.5),
To Keokuk, la., an! Return $6.00.
Including meals and lierth, on Str. St Paul
every Tuesday for Burlington and even- Satur
day for Keokuk.
Fcr Sf. Paul ani (nienn-rii-ih UhJIr.
Str. QUINCY leaves August 10. 4 p. m.
Tel. .Main 2147A. ISAAC P. LUSK. Agt.
TENNESSEE RIVER.
ELEiTMER GITY OF CL1FT0H
Will leave wharfboat, foot of Pine
St., Saturday, August II, at 3 p.
m. tor ('.me nirr.r.1.,,. l',lpn .,
ducali and all points on Tennessee River to
Waterloo. Ala. Excursion season now open: only
$12 for round trip; out eight days. Meals and
bert included. JNO. E. .MAtSENGALK, Agent.
I'hones .Main 45A. ICInloch A 112.
RIVER NEWS.
nine nnd Fall of the Rivers.
For the last twenty-four hours, ending at 7
Statloiis.
,-i. wuia, ..io., vi ci:iiu ty, ,ug.
I'iOo.
Danger. Gauge.Chat.'ge.
Plttsburg
J'arkersburg
Cincinnati
Louisville
Nashville
Chattarooga
Florence
Eiansvllln
Johnsonville
St. Paul
Dubuque
Davenport
Keokuk
Dis 3Iolne Rapids
Peoria
Grafton
Omaha
Kansas Citv
Roonvllle
Hermann
St. Louis
Chester
Cairo
3Icmphis
Little Rock
Vicksburg
SI reveport
New Orleans
Rise. -Fall.
2j.11
5.3
-0 1
2G.0
50.0
2-i.fl
40.0
33.0
lG.D
33.0
21.D
11.0
13.0
13.0
13.0
ii.o
2::.o
3S.n
21.0
a.o
2t.O
20.1)
.").0
43.0
33.0
23.0
43.0
20.0
3G.0
0.0
-0.7
-0.3
-n.s
0.::
-0.1;
-0.7
".15
o.i
0.1
-ft.2
-0.2
-0.1
4.7
2.0
lo'.i
4.2
1.1
7.0
is.O
ill
7.S
6.1
16.2
10.0
3.0
17.0
7.1
6.1
-0.4
-0.7
-i'.i
-0.6
-0.4
-n.0
-0.4
-0.2
0.2
0.7
0.0
R. J. HYATT.
Local Forecast Official.
Arrived.
C:tj- of Clifton .
Columbia
Spread Eagle ...
Dolphin No. 3....
Bald Eaglo
.Tennessee River
...Ste. Genevieve
Crafton
Hales Point
Hardin
Tennessee River
...Ste. Genevieve
Peoria
Hamburg
Naples
Alton
Departed.
City of 3Icmph!s
Columbia
Bald Eagle ...
Carrier
R. C. Hunter
fcpread Eagle .
Hirer Koreeni.1,
The river nt St. Louis will fall.
Rlvcr and lluiiness
Tlie gauge at St. Louis marked
'.S fec-t yes-
terday, u fall of .6 of a foot in th lt im.
four hours.
Traffic extensive In outbound shipments, but
not so heavy as, Tuesday In receipts. .Ml out
bound boats wero well patronized bv tourists.
Weather clcur and hot on tho Levee.
I'arngruplit.
Colonel Clirla Stafford, 70 ji-ars old. and pres
ident of the Stafford Mercantile Company Graf
ton, died Tuesday at tho family home alter an
Intermittent sickness. Colon-I Stafford was a
prominent river shipper, as ho was many 5 cars
ago a steaniboatman. Ills body will bo brought
to the city on the Spread Eaglo to-day, to be
incinerated.
Captain Edward Kellogg Just returned from
a tour of tho Grat Lakes, h entertaining fellow
pilots at the M. t O. rooms with incidents ot his
vacation.
Art Miller, who piloted thn Dolphin No. 3
In port ironi Hale's Point, visited the pilot so
ciety jeatcrday.
Captain John Lcublns of the Dolphin No. 3
reports u number of snags In the 311sslssippl
River near Goose Island. The United States
Wright is now in that territory.
Pilots John W. Pearce and W. 11. Rawlins
ore now serving on the Fred Ilartweg, which
lett Cairo lor Cases vlll.i Tuesday, nnd helped the
Raymond Horner over a bar with her tow.
Captain A. J. Powell arrived in the city
from Cairo.
Tow-boat Thistle, employed about Cairo, has
been sold by the Tlirco States Lumber Company
to the Chicago Mill and Lumber Company. Tho
Thistle will continue to work around Cairo.
Steamer Mar Fisher, the property of tiw
Capital City Oil Mill, has been raised and is
to be repaired at New Orleans or Baton Rouge.
Steamer City of Clifton arrived from tho
Tennessee River last night with a big trip of
lumber, ties, wheat, peanutr, sundries and pas
sengers. Sha returns Saturday evening.
The Rees Lee will clear Friday evening for
Memphis and way points.
Tho Columbia came In from Ste. Genevieve,
clearing at noon alter discharging her patronage
and reloading. She goes to-day again.
Tim Grey Eaglo is receiving to clear for
Chester at 3 p. in. to-day, taking passengers and
freight for nil was- points.
The War Eagle will arrive to-das from Com
merce, returning Friday evening.
Steamer Haiti Eagle cleared on time for Pe
oria, taking out a heavy manifest and good pas
songer showings.
Tho City of Memphis departed for the Ten
nesbee River with good showings last evening.
Steamer St. Paul of the Diamond Jo Line
goes to Keokuk Saturday.
The Carrier went to Calhoun County and
Hamburg jeatcrday with a bis load and many
pooplo.
Steamer Qulncy will be due from St. Faul
to-day and clear on ber return trip to-morrow
afternoon.
Steamer K. C. Gunter. tho Illinois River
racket Company boat, cleared to Naples with a
good trip.
Steamer Joseph Henry, tho United States
llghthouso boat, has arrived at Cairo and cleared
again. While out on the cruise sho made tho
following Improvements and changes In beacon
llt-hts: Crotsboard nt Check Landing light:
crussboard at Ashport light; moved Midway light
down one-fourth of a mile; moved Pemiscott
IIavqu light down to lower side of Tyler ware
house; discontinued light at Darnell's Point and
established erossboard: established light at
Lee's where it stood last year; moved light on
Darnell's towhead down one-eighth of u mile,
now on extreme foot of towhead: put a cross
board Just above Toney's towhead light.
The Dolphin No. 3 camo to port from Hale's
Point yesterday with a tow of three barges of
logs.
ny TcleBraph.
REPUBLIC SPECIALS.
Cairo, 111., Aug. 8. Tho river fell .9 of a foot
during tho last 24 hours. The gauge reads 16.7
feet. The weather Is exceedingly warm and clear.
The United States lighthouse tender Joseph Hen
rv departed for Menu-hit at 3 p. m. The Rees
Lee from 3Icmphis arrived at 6 p. m. Sho dis
charged a lot of sundries, made light additions
and departed for St. Louis ai 7 p. m. She has
100 passengers. CO.OnO teet of lumber. 2.000 sacks
of wheat. l.itiO bucket staves, 2.U1JO barrel staves,
1.500 railroad ties and a lot of sundries. The Fre.1
H.rtveff and the Ras'mond Horner are due to
night from Cascyvllle. The Peters Leo wired
that she would arrive to-morrow morning.
Memphis', Tenn.. Aug. 8. River marks 10.6
feet on the gause. a fall of .7 In 24 hours.
Weather clear and hot. Tha James Lee arrived
last night from Friars Point with a fair trip
and cleared at 5 this evening on return. The
Georgia Lee got in last night from Ashpott
with a fair trip and left nt 5 this evening on
return. The Delta departed at 5 this evening
for Vicksburg with a fair trip. The Wichita
arrived last night from the St. Francis River
with a fair trip and left at 5 this evening for
White River. The Kate Adams will arrive to
night from Arkansas City and will clear to
morrow evening on return.
Grand Tower. 111.. Aug. s. Eagle departed for
Crystal City at 6:40 a. m. with twelve care coal.
Russell Lord with five barges departed north at
1 a. m. United States snagboat Wright departed
south at 11:40 a. m. War Eagle departed for St.
Louis at 2:40 a. m. with ll.ooo sacks of wheat.
Peters Lee due cown. City of Clifton due up.
The gauge reads 9.4 feet, a fall of .4 of a foot
in the last twenty-four hours. Weather clear
and hot.
Chester. III.. Aug. 8. River falling: gauge 3.8
feet. Weather clear and hot. Eagle up at 1:13
p. m. Grey Eagle departed for St- I,ouls at 3:3.)
p. m. War Eagle due up. Snagboat H. G.
Wrlehf arrived at 8 D. m.. laid Un at Fleet nnri
departed south at 6 a. m. Grey Eagle down
RAILROAD
ST. LOUIS TIME.
ST. LOUIS TIME.
Arrlvnl. and Departure, of Train, tit
Union Stntion.
Dally.
Daily except Sunday.
JSunday onlv.
i;Saturday only.
ttfc'aturday and Sunday
only.
Daily except Saturday.
lExcept Monday.
AIR LINE.
EVANS VI LIJ1 AND ST
LOUISVILLE.
LOUIS
CONSOLIDATED RAILROAD.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
LouUvllIe Express icntralla.
Mount Vernon, Mount C.ir-
mel. I'rinceton, LouislIIe,
Washington, Philadelphia and
New York S-.OSam C:0Opm
Mount Vernon Accommodation t3:23 pm tS:12 am
Louisville Liniltid. to lus-
vllle. Washington, lultimore.
Philadelphia and New York. 3:13 pii G:0.J pm
nit; 10 Lit.
LAKE SHORE. NEW YORK CENTRAL AND
HUDSON ItlVER. BOSTON AND ALBANY
AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
Train. I lepart. Arrive.
Indianapolis Express t:uo am 5:3'. pin
New York and Boston Limited '8M am J:i3 pm
Kuickeibockei- Sin-cial New
York, Boston, Washington,
Baltimore and Phlla.lelplii.i..'12:0fl ar.i 6:43 pm
Alton Expiess J;l:3') pm Ji:20 pm
31attoon and Alton Accommo
dation t420pm t9:30am
Boston. New Yurk, Cincinnati,
Washington, Baltimore. 1'hll-
adi-li.hlu 8:05 pm 7:30 am
Alton Leaves who u. m.. 3:13 p. m. Arrives
1S:W a. m., l:ll p. in.
JI. .t O. s.-w.
It. R.
Train.
Cincinnati. Iuisvllls. Wash
ington. Baltimore, Philadel
phia and New York Express.
Cincinnati. Louisville, Pitts
burg. Washington. Balti
more, PhiiadeliinU and New
York Fast 3Iiiil
Depart. Arrive.
2:13 am 'KM pm
S:03rm 7:30 am
Cincinnati Accommodation .....
Cincinnati. Louisville, Pitts
.t7:l6 am t'2s pm
burg, Washington, Balti
more, Phll.tdeliiua and New
York Royal Blue Limited .... 4:20 am 6:33 pm
Flora Act ommodation t3:5t) pm t!:3:iim
Flora Act ommodation 16:33 pm J1'J:22 am
West Batten nnd French Lick
Springs via .Monon Route ... S:20 am '6:53 pm
II LIlTlN7!'iirN ROUTE ST. L., K. AND
N. V. R. R. UNION STATION.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
For Hannibal. H. .V St. J.
lolnts, Qulncy. Keokuk and
Burlington '2:3Jam '5:56pm
Local to Hannibal : am '59iita
For (juincy and North ,7:30 am 16:56 pin
For St. Paul. 31inneapoIls, via
East Sidj lines, Illinois and
Wisconsin S:21 am '5:21 pm
"The Burlington-Northern Pa
cific Express," lor Kansas
City. St. Joseph, Northwest
Nebraska. Black Hills. Wyo
ming. 3Iontana, Washington.
Paget Sound. Portland and
Ongon :am 6:55 pm
"The Twin City Express.' for
3IlnneapoIIs St. Paul and
Iowa '2:05pm S-.lJpm
Tiie "Nebraska-Colorado Ex
press," for Denver, Uolorado,
I'tali and l'acillc Coast, via
St. Joseph 2:03pm '6:36atn
Local to Burlington I'M pm GSDam
For Northern lovva. St. Paul
and 3IInneapoIis "7:40 pm !6:53ant
For Illinois, via East Side line
to Rock Island "SOpm '6:40 am
For Dubuque and La Crosse.. "3 :5J pm G:40am
For Kansas CitJ". Omaha. St.
Joseph. Dsnver, Nebraska,
t'olorado, Utah and Pacitlc
Coast; also Northwest 3:00pra '7:10 am
Local from Hannibal ll:0am
For Alton Leave 7:30 a. m.. daily: 8:21 a. m.,
dally: 11:09 a. m., daily; l:3) p. m. Saturday
only: 3j") p. m except Saturday and Sunday:
5:03 p. m., except Sun.lav; 5:31 p. ra., dally; 7:W
p. in., dally; 8:01) p. m.. dally.
CHICAGO AND ALTON.
Train.
Alton Limited for Chicago....
Chicago "Palace Express" ....
Chicago "Jlidnlcht Special"...
C'hleairo "Prairie State" Ex
Depart. Arrlre.
8:36 am '6:53 pm
9:00 pm 7-2S nm
11:31 pm 7:57 am
press 12:01 pm '3:25 pm
Springfield Accommodation ... '5:05 pm 10:21 am
Kansas. City Vestibuled Lim
ited '10:10 pm 7:M am
Kansas City Da Express 3:00 am 'G:22 pm
Jacksonville Accommodation . ?5:05 nm tl0:54 am
Peoria and St. Paul Expres3..12:01 pm 7:23 am
CHICAGO, PEORIA AND ST. LOUIS
RAILWAY (C, P. & ST. L.)
Train. Derart. Arrive.
Alton. Clifton Terrace, Chau
tauqua and Grafton 6:03 am JS'01 am
Peoria. I'ekln and Chautauqua
Express 3:13 am 7:30 pm
Alton. Clifton Terrace and
Chautauqua 70:11 am ....
Alton. Clifton Terrace and
Chautauqua tfl:4o pra ttl:33 pm
Alton. Clltton Terrace. Chau
tauqua and Springfield tl:56 pm 10" am
Alton. Clifton Terrace and
Springfield 16:25 pm
Alton. Clitton Terrace, Chau
tauqua, and Grafton JO: '.3 pm 113:11 pm
CLOVER LEAF.
Train.
Toledo and New York Express.
Toledo and New York Express.
Depart. Arrive.
-8:12 nm '3:55 rm
7:15 pm 7:I0 am
COTTON BELT.
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.
(Illinois Central.)
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Cotton Belt Express "7:56 am 724 pm
FRISCO LINE.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Vnlley Park Accommodation... 17:10 am flO-SO am
Valley Park Accommodation... tS'M am tS:15nm
Valley Park Accommodation... fSaTOam tl'23 pm
Texas- and Kansas 3Iall. for
Carthage, aoplln, Wichita.
Arkansas Citj-. Oklahoma.
Dallas. Galveston and Fort
Worth S:48am 6-S0rm
Valles Park Accommodation... tl:3$ pm t6:45 am
Pacific Accommodation 1:10 pm 10:25 am
Valley Park Accommodation... 7t:.si pm
l'acillc Accommodation T5:2pm
Valley Park Accommodation... -f7:10 pm
Texas Limited (vestibule), for
I
:55 pm
. am
:wpm
Eureka. Springs, rort Smlin,
Pari?, Dallas. Greenville, I hi
nts. Corsicnna. Aastin, San
Antonio, Houston and Gal
veston 8:50pm I'SOam
Western Express, for Vlnita,
Oklahoma, Carthage. Joplln,
IVIchlta, Burton and the
West "J :0O pm "7:23 am
ILLINOIS CENTRAL.
NORTHERN LINES.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Northern Illinois Express
Litchfield. Springfield. Free
port and Dubuque '7:32am "7:48pm
Chicago Daylight Special '12:3'ipm '3:20 pm
riiicago "Diamond Special" ...3:10 pm '7:24 am
Springfield Accommcdatlon ... 4:l3pm 10:46ara
SOUTHERN LINE3.
New Orleans Fast Mall Cairo.
3Iemphls. Jackson, Tenn.,
and Texas Expresa 7:5Sam I:"! pm
New Orleans Special Cairo,
3temphls and New Orleans .. I'M pm 5:15 pm
Accommodation 3turphysboro,
3larIon. Cairo. Sparta and
Chester T4:23 pm 111:S2 am
New- Orleans Limited Cairo.
Memphis. New Orleans: Dixl
Fiver Nashville. Atlanta and
Jacksonville. Fla '8:44 pm "7:16 am
arrived at 4 a- m. Tender In and out on time.
Nick Sauer out at S n. m. and returned at 4 p. in.
Paducah, Kj-., Aug. 8. River gauge reads 9.5
feet and falling. Clyde up the Tennessee River
at 6 p. m. Joo Fowler to Evansville at 10 a.
in. Dick Fowler to Cairo at 8:15 a. m. Raymond
Horner passed down at 5 P. m. with tow of coal.
Woolfolk up the Ohio. Business good. Weather
clear and pleasant.
Capo Girardeau, Mo., Aug. 8. Weather hot
nnd dry. Blver falling. Tho War Eaglo cleared
for St. Louis at 6 a. m. with 10,000 bales of
wheat. Tlio H. G. Wright down at p. m..
removing two snags from river near Ievee. Du
down: Peters Lee. Duo up: Rees Lee.
Burlington. la.. Aug. 8. Tho river In 2 feet
I'i Inches nbovo low-water mark; falling. lair
nnd hot. Tlic Dubuque up at 1 a. m. Tha
Qulncy down at 3 p. m.
Louisville, Ky-. Aug. 8. River falling; 5 feet
3 Inches in canal; 3 feet 1 Inch on fails; S feet 1
Inch below locks. Wcathe clear and hot.
Whceline. W. Va., Aug. 8. River 2 feet 4,
inches and falling. Weather clear and hot.
Avalon leaves for Cincinnati at 9 p. m-
Warsaw, III., Aug. S. Gaugo reads 3.5 feet.
Clear and hot. St. Paul passed up at 6 p. m.
I.ucla up. Silver Crescent down and up.
Cincinnati. O.. Aug. 8. River 7.8 feet, and
falllntr. Clear. 3Iercury 30.
Pittsburg. Fa., Aug. 8. River 2.4 feet, and
falling. Clear and hot.
INTERURBAN RAILWAY.
Electrio Line to Be Constructed
From Hervey City to Tana, 111.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Puna, 111., Aug. g. The work of con
structing the Hervey City and Southern
Electric Railway has been inaugurated at
Hervey City. It Is proposed now to make
I'ana the southern terminal point and
eventually to build the line to Chicago.
A majority of the right-of-way between
the local points lias already been secured.
The line will bo so constructed as to per
mit ot the hauling of freight cars.
Veterans' Reunion at Vandalla.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Vandalia. 111.. Aug. 8. The eighth annual
reunion of the Fayette County Soldiers and
Sailors' Association began here to-day and
will continue till Friday, inclusive. Visit
ors have been pouring In from every di
rection all day and a large attendance is
expected to-morrow. The business houses
and many residences are appropriately
decorated with flags and bunting in honor
of the old veterans.
The address of welcome was delivered by
J. J. Brown and was responded to by Judgo
W. G. Cochran on behalf of the old sol
diers. A patriotic recitation was given by
Mlsa Edna Hoar. An action song by littlo
girls and an exhibition drill by Company I.
I. N. G were pretty features of the after
TIME TABLE.
IRON 3IOCNTAIV.
Train. Depart.
Texas Fast Mall to Little
Rock. Texarkana. Dallas.
I-ort Worth and Abilene 3:05am
Delta. Columbus and Cairo Ex
press '3:00 am
l-at Day Express, ltct Springs.
Dallas. Fort Worth. Austin.
San Antonio. Houston and
.alvest.,n '2:21pm
Texas. 3Iexlci and California
Special Dallas. Fort Worth.
El Paso. Lis Angel"s. i.nl
eton. San Antonto and 1.1
redo 'SMS pm
3Iemphis and Hot Springs Ex
press 'S:37pm
Arrive.
"Gtj." pm
4:33 pm
L. & N.
It. It.
Train.
Fast 3!all Evansville. Nash
ville. Birmingham. 3tont
Fomerv. Chattanooga. Atlan
ta. JLcon. rharle'ton. t. C. :
3I.,blle. New Orleans and
Jacksonville Fla
Depart.
''IS am 7:ts pm
3Iount Vernon Accommodation. '3:M) pm
3:03 am
o' uinern Lxprcss io e;vans
villc. Nashville. Birming
ham. 3Ioblle. New Orlean".
Tl.omasvlIIe. Jacks-, nvill.-.
P.ilatka. Ocala and St. Pe
tersburg. I'l-i S:33 pm
::20 an
I... II. A: ST. L. RY. (Hen. lectin Routt-.)
Train. Depart. Arrive.
r..st 3tail Owensboro. Clover-
lort. Ij-.iiisville and the East. 'S:!" am '7:16 pm
Eastern Exprt s- Owmsbo.o.
flovi-tport, Louisville and the
E.-t S:33pm '7:20 am
.MISSOt'Rl'l'ACIFIcTtAII.WAV."-
Tr.iin. Depart. Arrive.
F.-st .Mail V.:uO am '10:.j3 ten
loin! Express "7:35 am '6:00 pm
Kai.s.is City. St. Joseph. Oma
ha and Southern Kansas Ex
press 3 00am "lilSpm
Wellington Accommodation... T5-23 pm t7 ." nm
St. Joseph. Joplln. U ichlta and
Kmas IJmite.1. daily ':10 pm 7:Ji) ar.i
Ki.r.sjs and Colorado Kxpre?s.ift:i) p:n 7:10 am
Creve Coeur Lake trairs leave Union Station at
J:"" a. in.. "Stli a. m.. tIl:3o p. m.. '5:33 . m ,
:..3p- m.
Leave Vandeventer avenue at 7j?:".s p. m.
Oak Hill trains leave Union Station at 5:I5 a.
m.. tl):W a. m.. :4:3G p. m. and 16:15 p. m.
Kirkwood trains- leave Union Station att7:00a.
in.. 1:00 p. m.. 1:20 p. m.. 16:23 a. m.
Leave Vandeventer Arenu Station at tll3.)
a m.
Palls. lE-scept Sunday. Sunday only.
MOBILE AND OHIO.
Train. Depart.
Southern Spc!al 7:2am
Northern Special
West India Flyer S:00pm
3Iurphysboro. Snarta. Chester
Arrive.
XX) pnt
II am
and Percy Accommodation... t4:30 pm tli:23am
JI.. Iv. & T.
, Train. Depart. Arrive.
Jefferson City. Colorado. S-
dalia. Clinton, Fort Scott.
Parsons and Indian Territorv
Lxpress 3:1S am
lort Worth. Dallas. Waco,
Taylor and AU'tln Express.. S:16 pm
Fort Worth. Dallas. San An
tonio and Galveston Express. Oils am
Sedalla. Nevada. Fort Scott
and Denison Express 8:10 pm
"5:01 pra
'7:11 am
6:01 pm
7:41 am
ST. LOUIS AND HANNIBAI..
Train. Depart. Arrive.
3Iall and Express t7:l"am 111:11 vm
3lall and Express f3:07 pm t7:10 pm
ST. LOUIS-PEORIA LINE.
(See C. St. P. & St- L"i
ST. L., Iv. C. .fc C. R. R.
'ST. LOUIS LINE."
Train. Depart. Arrtv.
Lnlon Express (dally) 4:opm 8:33am
Creve Coeur (Sunday only) 9:2.) am 6:56 pm
Creve Coeur t&unday only 1 6:W am 76am
Creve Coeur (Sunday only) I:t3 pm 6:56 pm
ST. LOUIS MERCHANTS IIICIDCE TER
MINAL RAILWAY SUHLUII.V.V TRAIN
SERVICE. Eastbound Leaves Eighth and Gratiot Streets,
except Sunday. 4:20, 6:15, 7:37. S:31. 10:03. 11:U
a. m.. 12:5). 1:42. 2:16. 4. 5:10. 6:26, S:22 p. m.
Saturday and Sunday only 11:11 p. m. Sundaj
only 5.21, 7:31. 10:12 .1. m.. 5:21 p. m.
Leave Washington Ave. Except Sunday, 4:21.
6:21. 7:41. S:33. Io:". 11:23 a. m.. 12:24. l:i. 2:5ti.
4.04, 5:14. 6:23. 26 p. m. Saturday and Sundas
onlj- 11:43 p. m. Sunday only 3:2', 7:ss. It:l5 a,
m-; 5:25 p. ra.
Westbound Leaves Granite City. Except Sun
das' 5:15. 7. 8:14. 9:28. 10:42 a. in.; UU. 2:12. 3:22.
4:35. 5:44. 5:33. 7:12, 3:17 p. m. Saturday only
4:50 p. m. Sunday cnl 5:55. 9:26 a. m.; 1:UJ, 6
p m.
Leave 3Iadlson Except Sunday. 3:13, 7:04. 8:1.
3:32. 10:45 a. m.; 1:15, 2:17, 3:27. 4:40. 6. 7:17. 3:21
p. m. Saturday only 1:&6 p. m. Sunduy only 6.
0:41 a. m.; 1:0. 6:04 p. m.
VANDALIA LINE.
Train.
Fast 3Iall
Depart, jvrrtvu.
2:01 am '1:41 am
Trains Nos. 20 nnd SI, New
York. PhiIadelp'da.Lalt!more
and Washington Special S:Uam '5:0 pm
Indianapolis and New Yonc
Local '8:04am s:0Opm
New York Limited '1:W pm 12:J pm
Petoskey and 3Iackln.iw Lim
ited ! pn ;::r5 rm
Columbus and Eastern Express ":13 pin 7:12 pai
Vandalla Accommodation .... 'Z.Uj pir. j.16 pm
Indianapolis and New Yors:
Express 11:3.3 pm !;43 pm
Fast Mall J:I) am 1:11am
WAI1AS1I.
Eastern Line.
Train. Depart. Arrlv.
Continental Limited Detroit.
Niagara Falls. Buffalo. New
York and Boston 3:09 am TJo pm
Toledo. Detroit. Niagara Falls,
liutfnlo. New ionc and Bol
ton Express 32pTt 7:15am
Toledo. New York and Boston
Fast 3Iall 2:43 am 2:4i nm
Midnight Limited Detroit.
Buffalo. New York and Bos
ton '11:30 rm 2:0opm
Toledo Local Express 729 am S:4J pm
Chicago Line.
Banner Express Chicago S:t0 am "fitSl pm
Banner Limited Chicago. 9:05 pm, 7:1S am
3IldnlKht Limited Chicago... .'ll:) pm 7:56 am
Fast Mail Chicago 2:13 am
Iviuisa. City Lin.:.
Kansas City Express '3:15 am S.-Mpm
Kansas Clt- Fast .Mall '2:13 pm 1:50 am
Kansas Citj Limited '10:13 pm '6.50 am
Northrventern Linen.
Cannon Ball Omaha. '7:20 pm IrOOam
Ottumwa and Dcs Moines Ex
press 3:15 am C:00 pm
Ottumwa and Des Moines LIm-
Ited ".ioOpm '5:30 am
Local Train..
West Mobcrly. Kansas City
nnd Pattonsburg Local 7:40 arn :50 pm
Jloberlv Local 5:05 rm '11:11 am
Efst Decatur Local t4:53 pm 11:08 am
Decatur Local iSunday only).. 6:15 pm ..........
Suburban Trains.
From Union Station
St. Charles 130 pm l:C3 pm
Klnloch Tark t6:13pm
Ferguson "2:43pm 4:03pr.i
Ferguson 't:20 pin 5:l0pni
Ferguson t"3'ain
Ferguson JWffl am
FergUFon (Thursday only).... 11:30 pm 10:30 pm
Ferguson 1130 pm 10:30 p-u
From Olf.e street station
St. Charlen .......
St. Cbarle3
Brldgeton -
Brldgeton
Ferguson
Ferguson
Ferguson
Ferguson -
Ferguson (Thursday only).
,.'lt:00am '1:30 pm
. 13:10 pm t7:51.im.
.. '4:13 pm ":10am
.. t6:43 am tS:!') pm
. 3:30 am 16M'":im
. '1:53 pm 'Ii-Sunm
,. 3:43 pm 25:33 pia
.. t52.lt pni 3:2ipm
.. 1130 pm loan pm
noon programme. Department Commander
Longnecker will address the meeting to
morrow. Tito Golden Weddln-rn In Illinois.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Charleston. 111., Aug. 8. Mr. and Jlrs.
Thoma-j Bond of this" city celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary to-day. They
were married in Cirelevlllc. O., fifty years
ago and camo to Illinois shortly after
wards. To-day witnessed tho homecoming
ot their seven children and twenty-eight
grandchildren, and a big family dinner was
served.
Tho Reverend and Mrs. w". C Smith or
Westlield had been married fifty years to
day, and tho event was- celebrated by a
large gathering of relatives antl friends.
Tlio Reverend Mr. Smith hat been a Pre
siding Elder, circuit rider and preacher in
this locality for over fifty years.
Death in a Well.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Sedalla, Mo., Aug. S. Harmon Walters,
whllo digging a well on the farm of J. It.
O'Bannon. north of Lamontc. this morning,
was overcome by foul air. While he wan
being hoisted out of the well In a bucket
he lost his balance and plunged to the bot
tom of the well and was killed.
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