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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1900.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HORSES and chicles bousbt and soM on com
nlftsion: licm tilery xor oire. uui.s, n i.
n st- 'ieiepnone. niniocn a au.
ALL kinds of business bucgles and delivery
tsross: alto a llgtit truck. spring- slake wagon.
John Toblnlu. W N. tfevenlh.
CURTAIN rockawav In cood condition; xnust
sell at ence; 83S. 4174 Easton.
" CURTAIN and glass wagonettes: drummer
hacks and deliver wagons, all kind: cash or
time. McCahe-Blerman Wagon Co.. 1317 N. H'way.
FIKE bay horse, suitable for any kind of
work; bargain, i'-i. Call 32) Locust ft.
FINE rubbcr-tlred runabout, JK; top ivagon,
I4J. IM7 Lynch St.
FURXlTORE wae;cn. milk wacon"!. business
aons of all klndA new and secondhand. Young
& Co.. 113 N. Uroadway.
GOOD work horse; also spring wasron and har
Eess. 43t N. Sarah St.
""HARNESS, secondhand and new. at rock-bottom
prices; saddles and horse blankets. Broadway
harness Store. 1S2 N. Broadway.
"TuGH-BACK storm bucty and harnes. good as
new; also liffht cut-under suney and silver
riuunted harness. Itear 613 Lin&ll.
1IICII-DACIC storm bussy and harness, good as
pew. also light cut-undeisurrey and silver-mounted
harness. Rear ZfAZ Linden.
HIGII-CLS3 coach horse and match team of
black mares. Tilth or without harness, a bargain.
Itear !&) Llndell boulevard.
ONE-horse express wagon; will sell cheap; In
good order. Call avO N. Tenth et.
PAIR draft mules, -weighing 2.C0 pounds, J123;
youns; and sound; pair draft horses. 1123. con
tractor's outtlt; also wacons and harnes and
cno extra (rood-broke single horse. Call at once;
tnust be sold. 4XS Cote Brllllante ave.
FIX-TEAR-OLD dapple-rray horse, family
crone ami souna, jus: tnreo lance oratt horses,
found. 5 to tieo; li plug horses, mares, mules,
IIS to UX. 1011 X. Uroaduay.
STORM bnirsle. phaetors. surre-s. drlvlnc
capons, park wagons, farm scenn. contractor
wagons, our ok n roal.e. IS S. Main et. Maaley 4
TIirtEH good work horses, one mule, nice
sorrel mare, storm buegr and harness; also
rubber-tired buggy for donor. SOiS Chestnut.
BOSTON Steam Dental-Rooms. 415 N. Broad,
way Sets of teeth $3: painless extracting 25c;
bridge work S3: cpen Sundays until L
BOSTON Steam E-ental-Room. IIS N. Broad
way. Between Ixeast and St Charles Jw and
lis sets for $7. Doctor Case, proprietor.
DOT-TOR CORD makes special prices and terms
t working vorarn and girls. Call and see xne;
open daily. 70s ln et.
""DOCTOR A II JIO-ER Dentist. lTwashlng
ton Avk. Crown and bridge wcrk a specialty;
terms moderate, consultation and exam. frte.
New York Dental Rooms
, , UEADINC DENTISTS.
. W. Cor. Broadway and Olive. Eitrtin 101 Kin
ESTAB. HER? 40 YrlDI
titrsctlsir rttbuUti n udired.
Largest and oldest dental estab
lishment In the city. We employ
the most skillful men In the pro
fession. All work o-uaranteed.
fcjMllf CONSULTATION FREE.
Do sot loou for cheap uen
tlata, bnt corns to oa and
jet reliable work at low
Opoo Sunday from 8 to 1 p. m.
OLU CLOTHl.tG 11 OUGHT.
FEATHERS tTANTED-I pay highest market
vrico: full weleht: also earreta and nil s-oM
bought. Call or address M. Speelman, 213 Olli a.
HIGHEST cash nrlces nald for ladles' and een-
tlemen's cast-off clothing; nlvi carpets. Call or
tend postalt. J. Miller. CuS Walnut st Kin. A 213.
ALL private diseases a specialty at Franklin
Avenue Free Dispensary. 1211 Franklin ave.
FREE Sample medicine and mMlcal advice by
specialists to any woman suffering from female
troubles. Tlndall Medical Co.. t Olive st.
HAY fever cured enre or no pay. Write or call
at OS Oiaxk bldg.. Tenth and fee.
LADIES! Ute ChlcBester'j EnjHith Ptnnyroyil rTIj.
Beat! Psfestt llaly Itell.lilel TaLe ctS'J-.
Bsy f y.iir nrugcU r ni 4 st.siti. f X sut.
mUnsat ' E.lrforLutl- ' tn le'ter by retara sasiL
'ltkt.tfr Cacilcal C, 1'kUaJa. 1'a.
nVEI.VG, CLKAM.VG AXD ItEIAini.a.
YOUR clothes cleaned, dyed and repaired at
reasonable prices; first-class work. larls Dyeing
and Ciaanlcc Co.. 133 Krarklm ate. Kin. D Wa.
E. B. STRAUS. re ElDert Gold snectaclM
li"- J: 'A up; complicated cases a specialty. 73 Lo-
K-JMIMIO'D CITY ln,OPi:ilTY FOR .SAI.H.
Call or send postal for my price list.
W. V. NELSON, lfe N. Eighth St.
FOR. EALB-ni Russell ave.. near bprlnff. c n
monthly paxients; tTand-new two-story stock
brick front house of S rooms; hall, bath nnd
.&ter closet: slate roof; rumace: lot ZxlZi fe--t
'to alley; hardwood oak floors and picture mo.d
lug; terms XZM cash and S30 per nvrnth
IIEELEV & CO.. J113 Chestnut St.
KENNETT I'lace. ltt Two-story and man-
I sard, containing 11 rooms; In good order; pnee
THIRTEENTH SL. UK N.-Two houses, one
xrtlre. one brick: lot St?, contalnlnr 4 rooms
l each: fine renting property; chea for cash.
On Monthly Payments.
For Sato House end lot. No. 453 Labadie av-..
Irno block wt of Ttaylor aTr., or Magnolia TVr
; rac; nlfa two-story brick hoiuse of 6 rooms, with
11 ail. oatn. w. c. cot ana coia water, gooj cenar;
ot 23rl& fet to allev. Term. tlt cafh down
f and J20 pr month. For keys and price ww
5118 Westminster Place.
Tor ?1 118 Westminster dace, near Acad-
k...... L t ...4-..... mtrtrr , ,wVh ltr Jllt hlia
of 11 rooms; cry fins stont porch In front; re
ception hall, bath, w. c, hot and cold water,
cedar closets, oak floors; lot WxlSJ feet. For
key, price and terms see
..KEELEY & CO.. 1113 Chestnut st.
scuunBAy kcal estate for salk.
BEAUTIFUL tract of land. 11 acres, wst of
fit. Louis, at on.-half Its value; will sell 2v
ciei and up. Lydik, 10M Franklin ave.
FOR SALE On monthly payments, nice, new
3U-storv fmna eottafe of 4 rooms, with lot SOX
lli1 feet; situated ana block from Sutton Station,
on I'acjno jiaiiroao. ana two (mocks xrom -jiapje-ood
htatlon, on Suburban. Terms. $17 cash
oown ana ia per rnontn.
KEELEY & CO.. 1113 Chestnut st.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTIOX.
Monday Next, Sept, 17, at 3 p.m.,
JJood Brick House and Lot,
About on Mock south of Chouteau ave. It Is
n 11-room brick houss; lias large hall; also,
eras Tiath. etc., with lot 35x127 feet to an alley:
in good order and nice location: has a. good
business future This house can be changed Into
two nice tlats. as tho hall la large; It w.ll also
be a nice horns for a large family or will make
a first-class boarding-house for tho Talr. hM It
Is centrally located and est 111.10), but will be
tosltlvely sold to the highest bidder on tha
Sremlses, without limit or rescrte, on easy
terms, Monday. September l.th. at 3 p. m..
for whatever It brings, on account of the owner
leaving tho city. Ths title Is perfect. If jou
want one of tha greatest bargains ever sold in
ft. Louis don't fall to attend this sale; III
earnest money must be paid the auctioneer by
the purchaser. For further particulars apply to
Gay & Co.. 311 North Ninth st.
FAH319 FOR SALE.
249 acres: 120 acres grain, meadow and pasture;
J.KS. caress u . .jiiioww--i-
"TT" T . . . .. . k-l Viattfl
rxj acres meaaow, paemre a" jtiii " jt,
rul atream In talley; no buildings: near biigo.
jdo-rrruco Railway. W.D. Shanks. Bteelvllle.Mo.
REAL ESTATE CARDS.
LOVE l SONS. Real Estate.
Loan money at vary lowest rats and coat w
torrowst. Notaries and conveyancers. J. .
LOVE. Expert on n..i iM.it Values. 20t N. Itn.
Werl.'s Fafr Babbitry,
9th aid Mirkit Sts.
JUST RECEIVED from ENGUrD
A. fina selecUon of Belgian -, SSJS!
imported Bucks at head of my '1'lblt?;,,5t?
your Does to m for breeding, and thus buUd up
your strain. Get prices on trios. "P.tt;1.,
eractlcal .Treatise, FREE. See our exhibit
le St. Louis Exposition, J. R. Hickman. JvO,
t Houscr bldx;., or 341 Taylor ava.-
BUHIXKSS FOR SALE.
A GREAT barnln In a first-class clear stand.
Call at opce. fl Easton ave.
UAKERY branch and confectionery: worth
VvQ. prlca JUO. Address J. V. Neff, 3J2 Cen
tury. HAR11ER shop; doing cood business. 1303 S.
BARGAIN Clear, tobacco and laundry branch,
with living-rooms; gou.1 location; fine trade; must
jeiL account other business; J1S4. "15 IValnwrlght
CASH irrocery and meat market, downtown;
cheap, but good place. It IQo. lu-publlc
CONFECTIONERY and bakery branch; pood
stand. 3115 N. Fourteenth st.
.DRUG store for sale. "
01 Eads ate.
FOR Sale or Lease Small printing
cheap. Inquire 1JU Manchester ae.
I ORTUNE for tailor: old-established buhelintr
sto-.e; busy all year around; cheap rent; for sale
account sickness. IMS Market st.
FOURTEEN-ItOOM ro-vmlr.E-hnuse. -ituated In
downtown district: full of Kood-paylnB ronn.ers:
food Intertment for lady with email means. A
FOR Sale or Trade For a small fruit and
poultry farm, a fine bakery In the West End;
rash sales. 35 a day: all store trade, no waccn.
T at. Republic,
STocery: ensh trade; bargain It
11 lit) N. Eleventh su
sold this week. Ca
OROCERY. JSPO. or Invoice, less 10 per cent:
rent for storo and to rcims. 315. I1S5 lston.
I'OFLTRY business In prowlns Illinois town
cr 6.10 population; rood builnes: cstaM.shed S
ears; n orth lnvestlRatlng. T Ii)'. ltepubllc.
I'RINTINO office, complete. .lth power: tT
on point sstem and In Al order; a ble Larratn.
At SOT N. Fourth at.
RESTAl'RANT Good paylnr restaurant:
boarders and transients; klckn'-s compels quick
sale regardless of price. :10S Franklin ave.
ItOOMING-HOUSE-10 rorm: nicely furnished.
Locust, near Gatnson; filled with Food-paylrc
rotmrrs; Karlns city; JC25. X CS. Republlc
STORL Confectlontry and frnit store,
rood business, lhlnc; rooms; b!c barcaln.
VATER-I'OWER sristmill: location cood for
custom prlndins no acres; 40 fenced . 3-room cot
tage; near rallroxd. W. D. Shanks, bteelt llle. Mo.
KOIl SALE ailSCEI.LAXEOL'S.
A 15o bottle of "Shoo Skeeter" knocks mcsQUl
toes. For sals by nil druggists.
A RIG bargain sale this week In Pictures and
Frames. Photos Knlars-d: also l'hoto Buttons.
Ljdlk Art Co., Wis Franklin ae.
AGENTS who are dealing in portrait frames
will find a fine assortment at 1423 IVanklln ave.;
also Eupply house for retail dealers.
AN Sxlo reerless Csmera and a No. C Beck
lens, botTi In perfect order; cheap. Bishop Studio,
15u3 Washington at e.
BEDBUGS. Fleas and Roaches Canollne will
destroy these pests quickly and thoroughly, tj
cts. Guaranteed by all dealers, cr money re
funded. Samples free.
BUY your secondhand bulldlns rntterlals from
American Wreckiac Ca, Vandeventer and Eas
CORN husklns made eay Tilth the Hchtnlnir
husker; no more sore fir.Ktrs; ail famwn buy:
s.int anywhere for Jl; stx for ti- IL Ray, Box
T8. Shelby, Neb.
DREAMBOOK Book tells your futuro pros
pective marrlaco and lite affairs. Send -nc in
stamps. Redable Bock Company, 1101 Market St..
ELEGANT Brunswick pool and billiard tablfs.
sell or rent reasonable; alo all kinds of supplies
on hand. J. L. Fooler. 13H Market st.
PHYSICIAN'S surgical chair; new "Harvard,"
cheap, has all the latet lrrprotements and In
perfect order. Doctor Rush. 1503 Wahtnctcn ave
SAFES One large and two small secondhand
fireproof safes: pood as new. cheap. John Bau
man. 6 N. Fourth st.
SECONDHAND billiard and pool tables; w
rent tables with the privilege of bsjing. The
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co.. 105 S. Fourth.
WAGON, hay scale, fjurtcn-foct platform:
feed as new; come quick. 140 Llndell boulevard.
WHISKY of exceptional quality, one full gal
lon, packed In plain Iwx. for K-iZ. Kentucky
Whisky Houhe. si; rranklln ave., St- L-mis. Mo.
WHITE Pekln ducks and samo chickens. S. E.
Sifters. 42?;) Cottage ave.
10-ton scales; Fairbanks; XV); bargain; also one
roller-top desk. 2S21 Eastcn ave.
MOA'EY TO J.OAX.
"on Ileal Estate.
MONEY TO LOAN JSrt at C per cent.
4271 Easton at a.
To Loan Wo have Jl.Oeo. 52.CO0. 3'-.0. 34 010.
J5.0?J, I'i.tWV.'. ii.'ri, J3 ty. ii.VV. iUlMf), no,
tW, SIO.O'U, J25.W) and 3oO.(K to loan at 5 per
cent Interest, on extra good security; St- Louis
city lmuroi-a real e&tale only.
KEDLEY iCO.,1113 Chestnut st.
On Personal Propert.
A PRIVATE party has money to loan on fur
niture and pianos; easy payments; confidential
and proper treatment assured 501 Chemical Jildg.
APPLICATIONS for loans on household goods
receive our prompt attention. New Ywk Finance
Co.. 207-8-& Odd Fellows' bldg.. 9th and Olive.
JOHN W. RTAI.EY. SIS Pine, room 2H. negoti
ates (25 to tM loans on furniture; low rates;
terms of payment to suit borrower; confldentlal.
MONEY to loan on furniture, pianos and ether
good securities; on easy terms; business strictly
confidential. At 10)1 Morgan st.
MONEY furnlhed. salaried people and retail
merchants without security: easy tayments. Tol
man. room 01. 211 N fcetenth st.
THE Fidelity Brokerage Company, S14Vi Olive
St.. makes loans on furniture at lowest possible
rates; easy paments: no extra charge.
Money to loan In any amount on all kind of
personal property. Bargains in unredeemed
912 FRANKLIN AVE.
BUSINESS cards. 31i billheads, statements,
ncte heads. 31.60 per thousand. A. P. Vitrey, 103
N. Twelfth st
CRESCENT Printing Company. W7 N. Fourth
6t. Fine commercial Job work: popular prices;
seed for samples.
J. vV. STEELE & CO.. Book and Job Printers.
IS N. Third St. Legal blanks and briefs a spe
cialty. TeL Main 14T0.
MACUIXEnY FOR SALE.
ALL kinds ot machinery pulleys, shifting,
boxes, hangers, secondhand belts, any length and
width desired. Teuscher & Sons, 928 N. Second.
SMALL gasoline engines, castings and parts;
spark colls. Igniting dynamos; repairing. B. P.
van Nort, electrician and machinist, 5 fc. 9th st-
RUODER STA.MPS. SEALS, STEXC1LS.
ADAMS, the stamp man. 314 N. Sixth st., rub
ber stamps, seals, stencils, etc; good, cheap,
KASPER Rubber stamps, seals, stencils, etc;
as good as the btst. and cheaper than tho rest;
orders filled on short notice. 81S Locust st.
Fifteen Cents Per Line.
SPIRITUAL reading dally; can be consulted on
all bustners: mental questions answered; magnet
ic healing, lima. Crawford, 2S02A Franklin.
MRS. L. BADARACCO. medium and magnetic
healer: all diseases cured without medicine; chron
ic cases a specialty: sittings dally. 225 Easton.
MRS. A. CROWLEY, fcrtune teller; satisfac
tion In business and family affairs. 912 N.
In business and family affairs, sus N. Tenth.
BOOKS I want to buy law.medleal & other good
books. John Llnahan. bookseller. Sixth & Market.
OFFICE ot Republic Building Company. St
Louis, bept. 8. lSv). Notice is hereby given
that the annual meeting ot the stockholders
of The Republic Building Company will be held
at tne office ot the company, Columbia building,
K. Louis. Mo., on Tuesday, September 23. law.
at 9 o'clock a. m.. for the election of directors
and the transaction ot such other business as
may come before the meeting.
FHSTUS J. WADE, President.
J. C Van Blarcom. Secretary.
ST LOUIS. Sept. 10. 1900. The annual meeting
of the stockholders ot the Con P. Curran Printing
Company for tne election of three directors to
serve during the ensuing year and for the trans
action of such other business as may properly
come before tha meeting will be held at the cttlca
ot the company, toi to 405 N. Third st., St. Louis
Mo., on the first day ot October, l0u. at 19 a. m.
CON P. CURRAN, President.
E. P. O'Fallon. Secretary.
IMPORTANT Notice The Singer Setting Ma
chlr.e Co. salesrooms now located at 613 Frank
lin ave.. next door to Moll's grocery.
REAL ESTATE TRAXSFERS.
BRADLET CO ft.; Llixls Uanlss to El
la Lovejoy w. d. t 1.200
uii liuue-jv. fart or lots s ana o;
Charles Bounell to Lucy Batler w. d.
CORA GO It.: Johan Hunicke to Augusta
Gibson w. d .... ....
CITY BLOCK Part of lot 11; Katie
Biggs to William G. Stewart w. d....
HOGAN 23 ft., e. a, bet. North Market
and Madison; John Volmers to Karl
Tlunn w. d
LOCUST 40 ft.. n .. bet. Ewlnz- and
Leffingwell; Charles Getty to James
Klnley w. d anoj
LOUGUBOKOUail-Z3 It,; Frances JVla-
KXIGIITS OF PYTHIAS.
ACilE IaOnOir vn i v rtv T
2,"i? vr5r17ay evenlnV at o'clock
KiarD. Burllrvrnn hnMi.. cia ntlc
BtrVTt. Work- In f.v. ,tJ,V. ... .wA
Vinltora cordla.liv tntti.. rrV-r.i!ir "LJZZTJi
Attest. William H. Melton. K. of R. 8.
CASTLE TtAT.T. tinnrwp w-,it-j
wSui11, K.-..of P-.Wt Haii. Century
Bulldlns;. Ninth nd Olive street-On
310nlaV. MHtMnhf IT b. o .. n. ah.
Work in the rank of Kntch't. amfiiried form!
AH members are expected and visitors are cor
dially lnvlte.1. SAM K. HARRISON. C C.
Attest: Harrr Roberts. K. of R. & S.
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 2M. K. OF
P.. meets -very Tuesday evenins: at t
a clock. Csstle Hall. Century bulldine.
tenth floor, hall Ka i vinin nri nifva
streets. Tuesday. September 11. bulness of Im
portance to all members; do not fall to att;nd.
jntrv tt ariiTTr.7r r r
Dempsey. K. of R. i S
CA8TLF1 IIAT.T. nirrVTrm -mnnv.
No. C8. K. of P. Meet every Thursday
.. i " "" AB- t. t-entury Duuain?.
?klntn and tllfVA frMf WnrV In ITanlllr
rank at oar next meeting. Members are requexted
Jo be present and tlsltlns; knights Br cordially
lctlted. OEO. B. EGGER. C. C-
W J. Otto. K. of It. fi S.
CONFIDENCE LODGE. 7NO. 121. K. OF
P.. meets every Thursdsv etenlnit at
Lafayette Hall, Seventeenth and Cass
avenue. Work !n rani, i? Tne TTiiir-
dsy. August 3. Members expected to attend and
visitors cordially Invited.
. JOIIV M. HUDSON, a c.
Jiuarai aoer. K. or R. & S.
DAMON LODGE. NO. H. K. Or P..
meets every Wednesday etenlnr at Fra
ternal Half. Eletenth a-d Franklin ave
nue. Hall No. 1. Ruslness meetlnl.
Members are requested to be present and visiting
knights cordially Invited
FRED TOENGES. C. C.
Attest: II. R. Bermel. K. of R. & S.. 37I3A
FUTURE GREAT I1DGE. NO. 2T. K.
cf P.. meets every Wednesday evenlnc at
Howard's Hall. Thirtieth and Olive
streets. Next Wedne.div evenine. SeD-
tember 12th. work In the rank of Page and Es
quire. Visitor welcome. Fraternally.
, ROBERT P. FRtTSCHLE, C. C
W A. Roberts, K. t R. & g
GERMANIA LODGE. NO. 6. K. OF P..
meets every Thurpdav at 9 o'clock at
Ilurlinjrton buildinr. S10 Olive street.
Uu!ne of ImiKtrtjnce to etery member
this etening. September 13. Do not fall to at
tend. Visitors always welcome.
MAX OALLANT. C. C.
Jo-. VcKasson, K. of R. i S.. 253 Wisconsin
OOLDEf GOLDEN CROWN LODGE. NO C.
j metts evrry Frid3y evening. Hall No.
T 2. tenth floor. Centurv bulldlig. Ninth
T &? and Olive rtreets. Work In rank of
5S FqMire at next regular convention.
'm Friday. September II, All mm"rs
CROWN, expected. Visitors cotdlsllv Intlteil.
v C. A. WILLEY. C. C.
Henry a Scott, K. of R. & S.
LAFAYETTE LODGE. NO. Kf. K. OF
P.. meets "Welresrtay evening. August 15.
' at Burlington bulldlrg $10 Olive -trect.
eighth floor. Work In rank of Knight
Attest: Pred Horn. K. of R. S.
MIPFOT'RI LODGE. NO. 2. K. OF P..
Elks' mil. Holland building meets every
Kriday evening t lsitor "-ways wel
come. JOHN J MYERS. C C
Charles a Fink. K. of R. i S.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 254. K. OF P..
meet every Wednesday evenlrg In Cel-
rurv oiiiifiing. rintn ana unve .tresis.
Work In the rank of I'.ige on Wedne-
day evening. September 12. Memi fr expected
ard tlsltors invited. F. W. FOLK, C. C.
J W Campbell. K. of R, & 8.
PARAGON LODGE. NO. 63. K. OF P .
meets tery Tuedny evening, ball No. 3.
Odd Fellows' budling. Ninth and Ollta
streets. Vest Tued.v mnk of Knight.
Members and visitors cordlsllv Intlted.
O. M RUTHERFORD. C. C.
Attest: rrark Johnson. K. cf R. & S
TREMiER LODGE. NO. Hi. K OF P.
-Important All memners are earnestly
5" 'S.B8 "","' atr'!aLm",V
leg. Thursday evenlrg. Penleml-er 13.
Work In the rank of Page. Hall No. 1. Odd Feb
lows' building. OEO. E. STUCKET, C. C.
Attest: Cl-.a. E. Williams. K. of It. & S.
RED CROSS LODGE, NO. 64. K. OF
P , meets every Wednesday at Odi Fel
lows' HalL Ninth and Olive streets. Next
Wednesday, regular session and work in
amplified rank of llnlgnu All knights are intlted.
SL F. DEAN, a a
Alfred Boyle. K. of H. t rt
WABASH LODGE. NO. 248. K. OF P..
will have work In tbe rank of Esiu re
Tuesday. September IS, at Castle flail.
iiroauway ami ue-nion ti'itors are wri-
come. J. H. Jvl.l.AIL,V-N. u. .
F II. Sachleben. K. of R. & S.
WALNUT LODGE. NO. 2SS. K. OF P..
meets etery Thursday evening at s
o'rlock sharp at Druids' Hall, southeast
corner Ninth and Market streets. Vlslt-
ots cordially Invited and members ixpected
WILLIAM WASPMAN, C. C.
W. J. H. Perkins. K. of R, & 8.
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 133. K.
of P.. meets every Friday evening, west
hall. Masonic Temple. Seventh and Mar
ket streetn fnurth tlonr. Work in rank of
Esquire IViday, September It. lit). Members ars
requested to be present. Vlitlng botes always
welcome. GRANT LUCE. C C.
J. 1. Dummlch. K. of R. & S.. 3104 Clark ave.
KMGHTS OF 1IO.NOR.
ST. IJ5UIS AERIE, NO. iL F. O.E..
meets every Tbursda), 8 p. m., at Ma
sonlo Hall. Seventh an.i Marki t Us.
Visiting members heartily welcome.
I'. M. KLEIBER. W. P.
McCbesney. W. S.
BENTON COUNCIL. NQ. SB, NATIONAL
Union, meets second and fourth Thursday even
ings at Jodd's Hall. 7S01 South Broadway. Mem
bers requested to attend and tlsltors cordially In
vited. JAMES McNAMEE. President.
O. G. Mueller. Secretary;
"EADrcOUNClU NO. 497. NATIONAL UNION,
meets first and third Thursdays it I p. m.. In
Bowman't Hall. Ninth and Locust streets. Visi
tors welcome, and members earnestly requested
to be present. E. F. GARDNER, Prest,
J. P. Cummlngs, Secretary.
LOO CABIN COUNCIL. No. X. NATIONAL
Union, meets second and fourth Fridays ot each
month at Dewsy Hall. 2209 South Broadway.
Members expected to attend and txltcrs cordial
ly Invited. A. C. GOULD. Pres.
Jos. D. Eohn. Secretary.
AMERICAN LEGION OF IIOXOH,
LAFAYETTE COUNCIL. No. 392. A.
I of L. meets every Thursday evening
at Fraternal building, northwest corner
Eleventh and Franklin at enue. Com-
canlona from sister councils cordially invited.
" J. V. WADDELL. Commander.
W. H. Adams. Secretary.
nert to Adolnh Wehraelr w. d. .003
MICHIOAN S ft. e s.. Ivt. Shenan
doah and Sidney; William Haydark to
Conrad Walter w. d 1,700
NF.BRAPKA-25 ft., e. s.. bet. Osags
and Keosuk; William F. Schmidt to
Emilv Meyer w. d J.200
NATURAL BRIDGB-10 ft., s. s., bet.
Marcus and Snead; Mary Britt to Mary
Howards w. d 4.800
OLIVE 33 ft , s. s., beb Taylor and
Boyle: C. McMillan to Clara Ritter
w. rt 1
OLIVE as ft., s. s., bet. Taylor and
Boyle William Ritter to C. McMillan
v.. a i
ItUTGER 25 ft.; The Rock Spring Loan
Association to John Pope w. d 7
ST. IUIS 20 ft., s. s . bet. Marcus and
Taior: Fre-iencK itussmann to otto
Wenle w. d &)
TENTH-S0 ft.: John Hertel to John
Cousins w. d 7S0
JAn Helm. 4223 Louisiana; dwelling; J2.500.
William Richardson, 1367-9 Lucretla; dwelling;
Mary Keating, 3$ years. 1J2 Singleton; gas
tritis. James Thraas. S months. 1023 North Tenth:
Mary Ann Gill. tears. 221 Marceau; phthisis.
Anna hlize llaub, ,0 years, 82 n, South Tenth;
Mary Yancey, 65 years, St. Mary's Infirmary;
William. Stuber. 11 months, 1436 Papln; con
Louis Aslemann. 31 years. City Hospital: con
cussion of brain, due to fall. x
WllUam Bateman. 28 years Union Station;
gunshot wound of head homicide.
Abert Bernard. 6 days, nit North Eighth;
Frank Klburz, 17 years. Fourth and Clark;
sl.ock and injuries.
Nancy Tlmmons, 24 jcirs, 8223 McKlssork;
gunshot wound of cht homicide.
John Chippendale, 60 years. 1113 South Ewlng;
Henry A. Ische. 83 years, 1723 North Eleventh;
Clara Clark. 26 years, 2303 Pine; bronchitis.
Jul.us Pauselius, 27 years, city ambulance;
slock and Injuries,
Edwin S. Williams, S months, 3019 Chestnut;
Minnie Dittmann, 73 jears, 2 Mi South Twen
tieth; old age.
Cora Gray, 1 month. 126 Soulard; congenital
Mildred Duprey, 7 months. Et. Ann's Asylum;
George Alexander, i months. Btthesda Horns;
James Terrell, IS days, 710 North Twelfth; de
bility. Henry Moore, t months, St. Louis Children's
Hospital: cerebral meningitis.
Joe calE?y. 2 months. Bethcsda Home; gastro
enteritis. Henrietta Dickinson, 2 months. Bethesda
Wlll.am Henry. 1 month. Mothers and Babies'
Frank Morris. 3 months, Bethesda Foundling
Mary Henning, 1 month, Bethesda Home;
William A. Williams, 3 months, Bethesda
Ferdinand Stockabrand. 63 years. City Hos
Asa Board. (7 years. City Hospital: mitral
AXCIEXT FREE AXD
REACON LODGE, NO. 3. A. F. A.
M. IlnAdwnv and Bnton Street Statf-1
communication this (Thursday) etettlngnt
S o'clock. Work in F. I", ilegrre. Vlalloia
welcome. W. P. PARKER. W. M.
Joseph Brunner. Secretary.
BENTON LODGE. NO. S3, A. F. tc
&. A. M. Pneclal communlcitlM this Sun
X3T day afternoon (September J tit 12.)
o'clock for the purpo of attenllnc tin
funeral of our late, brother John 11. Vogel-r.c.
Master Masons '""'hness. w. M.
C. a Walton, Secrtapj .
A CORNERSTONE LODGE. NO. 223. A.
,? p & A M. Retrular communication Mon
5UT Oay evening. September IT. s o'clock, at
lr' Grand Avenue Masonic Temple. Grand
and Finney avenues. Work In F. C Desree.
VUltors cordially welcomed
ItT. U ERMATINGER. W. M.
M. W. Smith. Secretary.
CEORGE WASHINGTON I5DGE. NO.
?. A. F. A: A. M- Stateil eommunl-atlori
at 8 o'clock Tuesday etcning. Sertteml-er
?-. nt Meun! TVmole. Grand an.l Iln-
ney atenues. Work In E. A. degree. Members me
earnestly revested, and visitors fraternally ln
tlted to attend.
W. U REYNOLDS. JR.. W. M.
Henry Llhou. Secretary.
MlSSOl'ni LODGE. NO. 1. A. F. A A.
M. Stste,i communication at Corinthian
Hall. Grand Avenue Masonic Temple, on
Thursdcy. Sentemlwr 2ft. 7:30 p m F. C
degree. Members requested to attend. Visiting
brethren fraternallr Invited Memliers. remember
12th Inst. GREGORY S. MILLER. W. M.
John II. Deems. Secretary.
A NPHTALI 1
-aj? A. M.-Stated
X-A 7:M o'cl.Kk. Wc
' t bera ana tiBitn
LODGE. NO. 25. A. F. &
meeting this evening at
fork In M. M. dezree. Mem-
tltnr fraternMlv Intlted.
JOHN D. BAUMAN. W. SL
31. Mandle. Secretary.
ST ZJOV1H LODGE AND ST. IjOUIS
flMpter. A. A. S. Rite Stated meeting.
this (Thursda. ISth Inst., nt R p. m.. at
church. Setenteenth and Locust streets.
WM. II. MAYO. !-ecretary.
Ct cr T titles '
I)DGE. NO. 20. A. T. &
A A. M. Regular meeting this Tliurday
etening. September IT. at S o'clock. Ionio
Hall. Maiamlc Temple. Work E. A. de-
eree. Visitors tielcome.
WILL S. LEVY. W. M.
Thos. J. Brltt. Secretary.
IXDEPE.VDEXT ORDER ODD FELLOWS
av BENTON lA'i-t.li. iJ. : 1. y. u.
L-l- mfeis PMTJ iiiuretj ill i.nJK"
ai i v. t- -.i .tu., 'i.i
Sm7V- tors' are conllallr Int tted and are al
ways welcen e. JACOB BEC1ITOLD, N. G.
C C. Goedde. Secretary.
SUMMIT Lode. No. 277. I. O. O.
F.. meets every Tnursdiy r.lght nt
-:-fk- rwj aiancn3irr uiniu. jirinu'is
5nsi urged to attend. Visitors always
welcome WorU evry evening-.
C. I Paul, Secretary.
I1AROXS OF RCXXY.ME11E.
ST. IJOV1S IjOCAL COUNCIU NO.
1, Ancient O-xler Barons of Runny
mede. 111 hold a regular meeting at
8 o'clock Thursday evening Septem
ber 20, 1300. nt their hall. No. 4 Odd
Fellows' building, southeast corner
Ninth and Olite streets Three can
to initiated. Comp. H. unukei will
'Unjust Acquisition of Territory nnd
tIeaK on unjust Acquisition oi territory nnu
Its Consequences." Visiting sir knights are fra-
ternally Intlted. JOHN WEERTS Lord Marshal,
Atteft: i a. Hall. Baron ot Kecoros.
C4)l I'ullerton building.
AMERICAX LEfilOX OF IIOXOR.
GRAND COUNCII SIISOURI
tAnbaO Building A ccrdltl wel"ome to tl3-
'WiEia Hor, friends, brethren and members
t-TfS. ircm anroan. i. J. .ml.im-.ii. u. h.
..iua. ... .ua. ..a,,. ww.v.rt.J.
' Vrr. t,TTT T t "I'l (vnit
: 'SE !?.. Royal Arcanum, meeta' flrTt'and
Zgn0 tnira Tours lays or eain month at ej'Con
neir Hall. Marcus and Easton atenues.
Visitors cordially welcome. Next meeting Thurs
day, September 20, at s p. m.
P. H. BAKER, Regent,
r. W. Reader. Secretary-
-$. PELMAR COUNCIL. NO. XI. P.OYAI.
JK Arcanum, neets regularly on the recond
33 and fourill Mondaja of each mo-th at
" West End Hall. F.nney and Vandet enter
atenues. Visitors ccrdlally welcomed and plea
artly entertained. J. H. B1LVCKEN, lUsinu
W. E. Newman. Secretary.
VALI.EY COUNCIL. No. 415. R. A.
Sleets In West End Hall, rinncy and
Vandet enter atenues. en the eeeoni
anl fourth Thtirsilav rt arh month
A choice programme cf ent-rtainmer.ts by the
orator at every meeting. VIltors are cordlslly
welcome. FRANCIS E. COOK, Regent.
CIsrk Krctschmar "Wcrttary.
KXIGIITS AX1) LADIES OP IIOXOR.
WEST OATC LODGE. NO. US. K.
L. of II., meets first, second and fourth
Thursday of each month at their rail
29(il Kranalln avenue. Visitlntr memt-a
cordially Invited to attend.
-, o. u "' J' st"nEN. rrotector.
Nlnetta Stephenson. Eecerebwy.
KXIGIITS Oli" FATHER JIATHRW.
SUPREME COUNCIL. KNIGHTS OF
Father Mathew. OMce lsv.1 Locust
Street Executive Board meets first
mil third Fridays, p. m.
DANIEL O C TRACY.
Supieme Chief Sir Knight.
Thos. S. Bovtdem. Supreme Recorder.
ST. BRIDGETS COUNCIL. NO. 8, KNIGHTS
of Father Matliew, meets second and fourth
Thursdaja of eah month at St. Bridget's Hall.
Jefferson ave. and Stoddard st. Members, pleasa
be present. Visaing brothers welcome.
WILLIAM II. CORCORAN, Chief Sir Knight.
James O'Re'lly, Recorder.
ET. LAWRENCE O'TOOLE'S COUNCIL. NO.
8, Knights of Father Mathew. meets first and
third Mondays ot each month, at School Hall,
1413 O'Fallon street. Members, please be present.
Visiting brothers welcome.
JNO. T. HUNT. Chief Sir Knight.
Jno. J. Scully. Recorder.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
Court Cote Brllllante. No. 935. meets every sec
ond and fourth Tuesday of the month. Bowman's
Hall, northeast corner Eleventh and Locust.
OEO. AUTH, R, 3.
1K7 North Lefflngwell avenue.
MOUND CITY COUNCIL, NO. 45. PRATER
nal Censer, meets first and third Thursdays of
every month at Vandeventer Hall. No. 614 N.
Vandeventer ave.. S p. m. Visitors cordially In
vited and members expected to attend.
WM. II. DOBELL. Worthy President.
Mary E. Cooke. Worthy Secretary.
John II. Schnecberger. 77 years, 1012H Mor
rison; hvnertrophs of heart
Truo w. Holt. 88 years. 2S02 Locust; uraemia,
Charles Relily, M tears, 443S Easton; mor
phine poisoning suicide.
John Sheehan. 23 jears. City Hospital; gun
shot wound of heal suiclde.
Maria Linda. 19 years, Poorhouse; tuber
John McCarthy. 23 jeara. 223 Biddio; pul
Maria Magdalino Emmenegser. SO, 2G30 Chip
Graco McLaren, 1 month, 1425 Sullivan; maras
rrus. MARRIAGE LICEXSES.
T. B. Plnkerton
Barbara A. Murray..
Bertha Gruber.... .....
J. H. Lamping .
P. H. Nuhmann
J. H. FlanaitAn.... ...
Mamie A. Harney....
Oeorso II. Hergfeli.
123 East Marceau
10 b,uth Seventh
...2uvC South Broadway
.,,,.. 4222 Folsom
,. 4303 Gano
213 East Courtols
..1013 North Fourteenth
2527 Maiden Ian
Fred H. E. Bachrwnn....4l07 North Broadway
iteDecca A. Williams uoi ."sorttr, Broadway
Fred P. Barth.
Mamie E. Parks
Siegfried E. Abrahams..
Thomas V. Young
Llzzlo A. Mahony.. ......
Jchn F. Blest
Pauline K. Tlenup
Henry W- Tigges
Sophia J. Wagschal
George W. Plttmann...,
Mrs. Sophia M. Jones.
John M. Collins
Maggie L. McCarthy...
John E. Harshaw
John S. Ford
,. 20)6 Kosciusko
....... 3326 Rutger
New Melles. Mo
Tulsa, I. T.
,......:St. Louis County
2505 North Grand
.101 South Fourteenth
Walnut Park. Mo
...... ... .3116 School
, 1803 Menard
Charley S. Kuenka
Lulu M. Woods ,
George Prothero. Jr.
Elisabeth 'M. Getting
M. L. Purdom
Kitty M. CNe'll
William T. McKnlght
Sadie C Stevens
Lillian M. Meyers
F. L. Schneider
Emma M. T. Helnbc-kel.....
J. F. Relchenbacher.
1527 North Nineteenth
1453 North Warren
1403 North Warren
tmur Ji. itichard
William F. Oanding....
Emma L. Klttenbrink..
O. A. Wallace
T. A. Lorens
I dldatcs to
Elnora Lee 112d North Hint's highway
F. II. Wesler....
William C. H. Spthr ,
Emma L. Basso
J. M. Olesler...... ..
Ida M. Moelllm; ,
A. C. Funcke ,
Ella K. Schirfendecker....
John J. Brennan. ..........
..East St. LouU
- 3l Barry
Solid Gold IVeddlnjf Rlr.s.
Newest designs. 13 to 320. at Mermod &
Jaccard'a. Broadway and Locust.
Sprlngfleld, HI.. Sept. 12. Certificates of Incor
poration were lasued by tho becretary of State
to-day a9 follows:
City Laundry Company, located at East St.
Louis; capital stork. J2.K". Incorporator A.
Blumberg. W. A. Williams) and Olive Blumberg.
The Carpenters' Society of Chicago, for fnter
rol puncses. Incorporators James D. Grant,
William Hamilton and H. L. Hunter.
Th Chicago Harrison Telephone Company, lo
cated at Chicago, certified to a change ot name
to the Chicago Lumlier Co.; alo to a decrease
In capital stock from J4.0iO.000 to 3Waio. Tire
cbrct of tho concern Is alo changed so as to
deal In lumber. .
RECORD OF RIRTIIS.
Henry and Flora Brown. 131S Olive: boy.
John and Caroline Lindhorst. 1M4 Sldnev; girl.
Josejh and Annie M.Hunkeler. Si3 East "Grand;
Fred P. and Esther SL Sudekum. ll Slaffltl
Charles a. and Jerala llarle, S19 South Eighth;
Tleodore and Mary Payne, 2'22 Texas; girl.
William H. and Helen C Collins. 1627 North
John W. and Slattle Nollmann. 2S3S St. Loulsi
girt. . . ...
jonn sna una uppeiiano ziu Koosuth: boy.
Join and Mary Warden. 2S08 Morgan: girl.
Joseph and Mao Klocke. 4fc7 Oregon: boy.
George. L. and Ida Ducker. MI7 College: gfrl.
William and Mart- Penman. 1124 Lynch: girl.
William and Kat Eereman. 2C5 Walnut; tla
Edward and Laura ogelsang, 1422 South Elev
Oeorso and Emily Vahle. SU1 North Eleventh;
John and Mnggle Wllbert. 1337 Gibson; glrL
Emll W. and Louisa Mlttcndorf. 2J3 St. Louis;
Charles II. nnd Alby C. Eterly. 239S Morgan;
II. B. and Grace E. King. 1231 Morgan; girl.
Austin W. and Emma C Biggs. t117 South
J. II. and Charlotte Brlnkmeyer, 2541 Natural
WANT DEMOCRATIC LITERATURE
Missouri Voters Have Received BOO.
OOO Pieces and More Is Ordered.
Chairman Eclbcrt of tho Democratic
State Committee yesterday received a tele
gram from Chairman Jones of the Nation
al Committee, at Chicago, informing him
that a consignment of 2S0.OO pieces of Dem
ocratic campaign literature Is on the way
here, nnd may bo expected to-day or to
morrow. This telegram is in response to
an urgent request s.ent by Chairman Sei
bert for campaign documents to meet the
requirements of the Stnte organization.
The demand throughout the State for
Democratic literature of this kind has been
unprecedented In tli history of the party.
I i tutr u'ciiiuf. ui tuu iduifuihii uio tsiam
I Committee bad at Its disposal upward of
i K.'i0.0il0 nieces of literature of everv descriD-
At the opening of the campaign the State
EoO.000 pieces of literature of everv descrip
tion, a supply which, it was confidently ex
pected, would last until nearly the end of
September, at least. This was dissemi
nated throush the State by tha Literary
llureau through tha usual channels, but so
thorough has been the work of orsaniza
tlon of the Democratic, party in the State,
nnd so vigorous nnd systematic has been
the distribution, that a week ago Chair
man Selbert received a distinct but agree
nblo shock when the managers of the bu
reau made n peremptory demand for an
other half-million supply. Inquiry elicited
tho informntiL.i that the voters in the in
terior had ravenously disposed of the first
Installment and were besieglnc tho chair
men of their respective districts, clamoring
for more documents of a similar nature.
"We havo been most ngreeably sur
prised." said Chairman Seibert yesterday,
"at tho extraordinary demand for Demo
cratic campaign llteraturo which has
sprung up In this campaign. It is evident
from the information which has come to
me that the Democrats of Missouri are
taking an extraordinary interest In thin
campaign and are determined to inform
themselves thoroughly on State and nation
al Issues. From county chairmen in every
section of the State come reports of a
growing demand for Democratic documents
from men who have voted the Itenublican
ticket ail their lives, who declaro their In
tention of voting the Democratic ticket this
fall, and who want to learn what benefits
the party holds out to them. It Is partly
to this growing defection from tho Repub
lican ranks that I attribute tho increased
demand for our literature. The Democratic
voters In the counties are leaving nothing
undone to win their Republican neighbors
to a realization of tho country's peril, and
to assist them In that work we will fur
nish them all the documentary evidence at
our command. Missouri, of course. Is sol
idly Democratic, but we are not allowing
any opportunities to slip by to make her a
very (llbmltur of Democracy, that will dis
hearten Republican attempts to capture or
VISITORS AT HEADQUARTERS.
S. R. EnKllsh or Miller County Tells
of Bright Democratic Prospects.
Senator Frank Farris of Crawford Coun
ty and S. R. English, chairman of the Mil
ler County Central Committee, were vis
itors at Democratic State headquarters ves
terday. Miller County Is a Republican
stronghold, but Chairman Ensllsh says he
has the greatest hopes of materially re
ducing the Republican vote this fall.
"Wo have nominated a gocd, strong, clean
ticket In our county." he said; "one that
commands tha respect even of the opposi
tion, nnd, with the aid nf the clean, con
servative Republicans who have promised
their support, and the effectiveness of our
county organization, I look to take a big
slice out of tho Republican majority this
Among: tha other visitors were O. Tom
King of Callaway County, W. R.. Edear of
Iron County, J. N. Holmes and Judge S. A.
Lee of Wayne County and Burt Gardner
Senator Culberson and Joe Bailey of Tex
as aro billed to speak at various points in
Missouri some time between October 1 and
15. Senator Berry of Arkansas will also be
heard during the same period.
VOTERS REGISTER IX TirROXGS.
Announcement by Election Commis
sioners Accelerates the Work.
The announcement that tho Board of
Election Commissioners had decided to c!oe
tho primary registration list Saturday has
had tha effect of Increasing tho dally en
rollment of voters. Yesterday the registra
tion was lareer than It was Tuesdav. nnd
Tuesday's record was the largest since the
registration commenced. More than 2.00U
names were entered yesterday.
The main offices of the Board of Election
Commissioners are located In the west cor
ridor of the new City Hall, on tha first
floor. Twenty deputies are regularly em
ployed in enrolling the names of voters.
The offices aro open from 9 In the morning
until 5 in the afternoon. After S o'clock yes
terday afternoon more than twenty persons
called to register, and were soeminglv dis
appointed because the offices were closed
For this reason tha hours for registration
and tho location of the offices are again
Voters who desire to vote in the primaries
next month should be sure of their voto by
registering not later than Saturday, as no
one can vote at the primaries whose name
does not appear on the primary lists of
eimer party, or on tne new registration
books. The best plan is to call at the City
Hall and register; then thero will be no
question as to the right to vote, either at
tho primaries or at the regular election.
3IERCHAXTS' LEAGUE'S PLAN.
Well-Laid Scheme to Capture the St.
Louis Republican Clab.
With tho rapid growth of the, St. Louis
Republican Club, the antipathy of this
silk-stocking" organization, which holds
forth on Vandeventer avenue, for tho Merchants-
League Club Is disappearing. The
officers of tho St, Louis Republican Club
are energetic In their efforts to place names
on tho roll of membership. This has re
sulted In such a rapid growth that the bars
regarding qualification hava been partly let
down. Any one who haa a member to
vouch for htm la taken Into the organiza
tion. The result la gratifying to the pro
moters of tha club, while the power behind
the Merchants' League Club Is laughing In
Its sleeve. If the admissions continue as
rapidly In the next month as they have In
the last, the Merchants' League Club will
have extended its Influence over Its hated
rival. A plot is on foot to capture the St.
Louis Republican Club. The work has been
dona so quietly that the SL Louis Repub
lican Club officers have not been aware of
the Intentions. The club haa absorbed a
number of Influential workers In tho Mer
chants' League Club who threaten tha
aristocratic organization's lease of Ufa.
WILL VOTE FOR T1TE REPUBLIC.
For Bryan and Liberty 'Ajcalnat Ic
Klnley and Empire.
Camden. Ark.. Sept. 12. L. Ivy, a life
time Republican, an ex-membr of the Leg
islature of this State and Postmaster at
Fordyce during President Harrison's ad
ministration, has publicly announced his
intention to support Bryan and, Stevenson.
Arrival, and Departnren of Tralna at
1 Daily except SunJay.
(Saturday and Sunday
on'F. , ,
Daily except Saturday.
I Except Monday
I.OUISV1LLE. EVAXSVILLB AND ST. LOUIS
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Louisville. Express Centralia.
Mount Vernon. Mount Car-
niel. Princeton. Louisville.
Washington, Philadelphia, and
New York siWant 6:M pm
Mount ernoa Accommodation l Si pm 1s:12ia
Louisville Limited to Louis
ville. ashingttn, Baltimore,
1'hlUd-lphla and New York. 3:1J pm "S.OO pm
LAKH SHORE. NEW YORK CENTRAL AND
HUDSON IUYEIL BOSTON AND ALBANY
AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
IncU.jiapo'lta Express t:- ata 5urni
New York and .Boston Limited a u am 3:15 pm
Knickerbocker peelal rvew
York. Boston, Washington,
Baltimore and Phliaueipma..12.-oo am C:I pm
Alton Express i1.2Jpiu tdptu
Mttuon and Alton Accommo
dation l:20iiu ','jMiiai
Boston. New Yotk, Cincinnati,
t asnmgton, Baltimore. 1'hll-
adeiphi SiGGpni 7:3oara
Anon Leuves 10:4,j a. m-. J:li p. m. Arrives
tS:lw a. m. !: p. m.
Train. Denart. Arrive.
Cincinnati, Louisville, Wash
ington. Baltimore. Phtlauel
piiia and New York Express. 2:13 am 12:) pm
Cincinnati. Loulavllle, 1'ttts
burg, Washington, Baltimore,
I'miadelpni And New orc
Fast Man 'S.Kpa 7:30 am
Cincinnati Accommodation..... tilam t2Spm
Cincinnati. Louisvlll-. Pitts
burg, Washington. Baltimore,
Pniladelphla and New ori.
Royal Blue Ijiuuted 820 am 6:33 pm
Flora Accommocatlon t3 pm ts33 am
Flora Aceomuioaauon i.6pm tl'j-zam
West Baden and French Lick
Springs via Monon Route.... S:20 am S-5pm
HLIII.I.NGTOX ROUTE UXIOX STATIOX.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
For Hannibal, H. & St. J.
Joints, gulncy. Keokuk and
iurlington -rliia -iSpm
Local to Hannibal 7:30 am s:2pin
For Qulncy and North t anx t6-l Pnx
Per fat. Paul. Mlnnea;o:is. via
East bide tines, Illinois and
Wisconsin S21am ;"21 pm
The Burlington-Northern Pa-
clfla Express." for Kansas
city. fat. Joseph. Nortinvtst
Nebraska. Uliek Hills. Wyo
ming. Montana. Yv ashington
luget faound. Portland and
Oregon 5:0)am 6.5? pm
The Ttvln City Express." for
Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Iowa :.-C3pm 2:15 pm
The "Nebraska-Colorado Ex
press," tor Denter. Colorado,
Utah an.i Paclho Coast, tla.
St. Joseph 2:03 rm 5:5Sara
Local to Burlington I:4J pm 6:13 am
For Northern lovva. St- Paul
and Minneapolis 7:40pm ;C:t3am
For Ullnuls tta tist bide line
to Rock Island S:50pm S:f)am
For Dubuque and La Crosse.. .: pm 6:Uam,
For Kansas City. Omaha. St.
Joseph, Denter, Nebraska.
Colorado. Utah and Paelnc
Coast: also Northwest 3:00pm 7:13-am
Local from Hannibal Il?j0pm
For Alton Leate 7:50 a. m.. dally; s:21 a. m.,
dally: 11:0(1 a. m.. daily: 1:W j. m.. Saturday
only; 3.0) p. m . except Saturdav an. Sunday:
6:W p. m.. except Sunday: 5.31 p. ta.. dally; 7:43
p. ra.. dally; iuiO p. m , dally.
CHICAGO AXD ALTOX.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Alton Limited for Chicago 4:atam, ism
Chicago "Palace Express" .) pm 'TiSam
Chicago "Midnight Special". .. 11:31 pm 7:57 am,
Chicago "I'ralrte State Ex
press" Ktflpm 'Spm
SpringrteM Acoramclatlon..... "Swi pm 10 I am,
Kanras City Vcstibuled Lim
ited ll:10rm 7am
Kansas City Div Express : am S2pm
Springfield Local JS.-OOam
i... -n:tu pm tu:54 am
CHICAGO. PEORIA AXD ST. LOUIS
RAILWAY (C., P. & ST. L.)
Train, Depart. Arrive.
Alton. Clifton Terrace and
Grafton JS:0S am Jt9:ll pm,
Peoria. Pcktn. Springfield and
Grafton Exrres S:lSam 7J0pm
Springfield and Grafton Mall t iM pm 103 am
Sprlntleld and Grafton Spe
cial 7 6:211pm 10:33am
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Toledu and New York ExDress.:l2 am 5:56nm.
Toledo and New York Express. 7:1 pm 7:tl am
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Cotton Belt Express s:36 am 7:24 pm
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Teias Fast Mall to Little
Hock, Texarkana, Dallas,
Fort Worth and Abilene 3:05 am 7:2Spni
Delta, Columbus and Cairo
Express 2:00an, '6.55pm
! Day Express. Hot Springs,
Dallas. Fort Worth. Austin.
Han Antonio, Houston and
Galveston 5:21 pnj t:33pm
Texas, Mexico and California
i-'peclal Dallas, Fort Worth.
El Paso Lns Angeles. lal
veston, San Antonio and La
redo S:13pra 7:33am
Memphis and Hot Springs Ex
press S:27pm 7:00 am
L.. II. Jt ST. L. RY. (Henderson Route).
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Fast Mall Owensboro. Clover
port. Loulsttlle and the East. SSara 7:15pm
Eastern Express Owensboro,
Cloterport, Louisville and
tha East Siipm Taam
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Northern Illinois Express
Springfield. Freeport and Du
buque 7:52 am 7:4Spm
Chicago Daylight Special 12:1) pm 5:20 pm
hprinRflelJ Accommodation 4:15 pm 10:46 am
Chicago "Diamond Special".... 9:10 pm Tilsn
Padacah Mall and Express
Murphysboro, Carbondale and
V.arlon 7:56am T Ipa,
New Orleans Fast Mall Cairo.
Memphis. Jackson. Tenn ,
snd Texas Express, Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jackson
ville 3:3Sam. 7:24 pm
St. Louis Special Cairo. Mem-
pus ana rew unesn..
.. 8:26 am
B :16 pm
Marlon. Cairo. Sparta and
Chester ft:23pra tumaa
Marion and Creal Springs.... 4 :25 pm lia3 am
New Orleans Limited Cairo.
Memphis. Dixie nyer. Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jackson
ville, Fla J:4pm 1:lsm
ST. LOUIS AND IIASMI1AL.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Mall and Express 17:1) am 111:10 pm
Mall and Express t5:07pm f7:10pm
He says that ho Is still a Republican, but
cannot follow Hanna and McKinley In their
effort to destroy the Republic and build on
Its ruins an Empire.
REPUBLICANS STILL WRANGLE!!.
Report That Kerens Is Indifferent to
Campaign In Mlssonrl.
The Republican State Committee has been
reduced to such desperate straits that tho
celebrated "Peace Committee" appointed at
Philadelphia has been called in for a con
ference. This committee, which Is com
posed of Judge Shirt of Sedalla. Charles
G Burton of Nevada and Senator
Schwelckardt of St. Louis, was authorized
to keep tali on the doings or Chairman
Akins and National Committeeman Kerens.
Yesterday Shirk and Schwelckardt were
closeted with Chairman Akins at Repub
lican headquarters. Mr. Burton sent a let
ter instead of comins down himself. Tha
conditions which prevailed prior to the
Philadelphia convention between Akins and
Kerens have been rapidly accentuated
within the last two weeks, and. In order to
get out as large a voto as possible, Mr.
Akins has been forced to call In the "Peace
Committee" that It may look Into affairs.
Mr. Kerens Is openly showlne his Indif
ference to the campaign In Missouri. It
has resulted In a vast amount of hard
feeling amonc; the candidates and their
friends. They charge that Kerens Is open
ly attempting to discourace tho efforts of
tho State Committee, and In order to do so
be is ignoring every appeal for help made
to tho National Committee, of whlcn he is
a very Important factor. Mr. Akins said
yesterday that ho did not know whether
Theodore Roosevelt would be In St. Louis
on September 19, although he was booked
for East St. Louis .,.,.
"We have been promised a visit by Mr.
Roosevelt." said ho yesterday, "but I do
not know when It will be made. He will
make at least two speeches In the State."
NO FUNDS FOR SEWER WORK.
Appropriation Will Pall Short
Menace to Health.
Although Sewer Commissioner Hermann
has discharged more than 10 workmen In
his department and haa done all he could
to reduce expenses, there Is now every pros
pect that the appropriation made by the Mu
nicipal Assembly will come far short of the
sunt needed to carry on the necessary sewer
cleaning and repairing work.
Five months of the fiscal year have
elansed and $33,000 hava been expended In
work that la absolutely essential for ths
Train. D'part. Arrive.
Valley Park Accommodation .. 17:10 am fM-Mana
Valley 1-ark Accommodation .. ti-30am tS:lJair
Valley Park Accommodation .. 1:Wan tl-SCpia
Texas and Kansas Mall for
Oartha&e. Joplln, Wichita,
Arkansas City, Oklahoma.
1 'alias. Galveston and Fort
.Worth '!:(jm :1I pnj
Vallev Park Accommodation .. tl:30pm t:4S am
I'aclHc Accommodation 11:10 pm 310-X ant
Valley Park Accommodation .. iscopm t5:i5pn
Pacific Accommodation t5-2l pm t7:43 am
Valley Parte Accommodation .. 17:10 pnx 17:00 pm
Texas Limited (vestlbule-l). for
Eureka Springs. Fort Smith.
Inis. Coricana. Austin, San
Antonio, Houston and Gal
veston 8-iOpm 7:30 am
Western Express for VInita.
Oklahoma. Carthage. Joplln.
Wichita. Burton and the
West 3-00 pm 7:25aja
L. fc X. R. R.
Train. Depart. Arrir.
Fat Mall Evansville. Naih
tliie. Birmingham, Mont
gemery, Chattanooga. Atlan
ta. Macon. Charleston. S. C:
Mobile. New Orleans and
Jacksonville. Fla. i: am 7:1S pm
Mount Vernon Accommdatlon. 3:vi0pm s:0Gatn
Southern Express, to Evsns
Mlle. Nashville. Birming
ham. Mobile. New Orleans.
lMlatka. Ocala and St. le-
tersburg. Fla. :53 pm 7-30 an
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Ttain. Depart. Arrive.
Fust Mall 3-00an'10.-o&pns
Local Express .etana CA)pni
Karsas City. St. Jq-eph. Oma
ha and Southern Kansas Ex-
pres .9:00am sJSpns
Washington Accommodation .. tSPnt ttans
St. Joseph. Joplln. Wichita,
and Kansas Limited, dally .. 8:10 pa 7 JO am
Kaj sas and Colorado Express.10:W pm 7a anx
Crete Coeur Laka trains leave Union Station at
!e.0) a. m.. 9:li a. m.. s. 1:30 p. m., f333 p. n..
37-30 p. m.
Leave Vandeventer avenue at 112-31 p. m.
Oak Hill trains leave Union Station at tC:4S a.
m.. tl0:10 a. m.. t5-t-0 p. m. and ri'S p. m.
KIrkwood trains leave Union Station at 17:00 a.
m.. 2l:0 to. m.. tl:20 n. m.. M3S a. m.
Leave Vandeventer Avenue Station, at tU34
rally. lExcept Sunday. (Sunday only. B.
Sa turday and Sunday only.
MOBILE & OHIO.
Southern Soeclnl ............. 7s am
Northern Special .. 7:0npia
West India Flyer 8.-00 pm 7:44 am
MLrphysboro. Sparta. Chester,
and Percy Accommodation .. tt:Mpm tllJSaax
ii., kTt t.
Train. Depart. Arrir.
Jefferson City. Colorado. Sedalla,
Jefferson City. Colorado. Se
dalla, Clinton. Fort Scott.
Parsons and Indian Territory
Express SOJanj 6:ttlpoi
Fort Worth. Dallas. Waco,
Taylor and Austin Express . SaS ora 7:41 am
Fort Worth. Dallas, San An
tonio and Gait eston Express 3U5 ant t.Ul pm
Sedalla. Nevada. Fort Scott
and Denlson Express S:15pra 7:(lam
(Seo C. St. P. & St. L.)
ST. I., K. C. t C. K, R,
"ST. LOUI3 LINE."
Train. Depart. Arrtva.
Union Express (dally) 4:o0pm t-33aa
Crete Coeur (Sunday only)..... 9:30 era :56pca,
Crete Coeur (Sunda only)..... C.-uoam 7:36 prn
Crete Coeur Sunday only)..... 1126pm 6:56 pm,
ST.LOUISMERCIIAVi-S' BRIDGE TEIU
J1INAL RAILWAY SUOURBAK TRAIN
Eastbound Leave Eighth and Gratiot streets,
except Sunday. 4a sua. 7a7. 8:M, 134. 11:1
a m., 1220. 1:42. 2:13. 4. 6:10, 6:2a, 8:8 p. m
Saturday and Sunday only 11:44 p. m, Sunday
only 5:34. 7:34. 10:12 a. m.. 5:21 p. m.
Leave Washington avenue, except Sunday. 4:24.
6:21. 7:41, h-Ji. li):i, 11:23 a. m.. 12:14. UL itt.
4:01. 3:1'. C23, I, :i p. m. Saturday and Sunday
only 11:43 P- m. Sunday only 5.J7. 7:28. 13:1
a. ra.. 5:23 p. m.
Westbound Leave Granite City, except Ban
dar. 5:15. 7, HU4. 9:21 io:42 a- m.; 1:10, 2:12.
2:23. 425. 5:41. 5.52. 7:12. 9:17 p. ra. Saturday
only 4:5o p. m. Sunda only 5:55. tdt a. m.;
inu. p. m.
Leate Madison, except Sunday. 6:1s. 1:04. 8:18.
9:22. 10:4 a. m.: 1:15. 2:17. 3:27. 4:44; . 7:17.
8:21 p. m. Saturday only 4:6 p. m. Sunday
only 8. 9:41 a. m.; 1:07. 4:04 p. m.
Train. Depart. Arrlvs.
Fast Mail JaMaia l:41aax
Trains Nos. 20 and 21. New
York, Philadelphia. Baltimore
and Washington Special 3:Uam :49ptn
Indianapolis and New York
Local 8:0-4 arn SlOpm
New York Limited 'ISO pm SUM pm
Petmkey and Mackinaw Lim
ited l:00pm 12:S8pm
Columbus and Eastern Express 8:18 pta T:18 ptn
Vandalla Accommodation SJOpm 8a8pm
Indianapolis and New York
Express ..........H3Spm t:4pn
Past Mall 1:40 am 1:44 am
Train. Depart, Arrlrs.
Continental Limited Detroit.
Niagara Palls, Buffalo. New
York and Boston 9:C0aia TUSpa
Toledo. Detroit. Niagara Falls.
Buffalo. New York and Bos-
ton Express .tMjxa "TaJaia
Toledo, New York and Boston
Fast Mall ,. l:6aia 2:4Sam
Midnight Limited Detroit.
Buffalo. New Ycrk and Bos
ton lllpra l:PO
Toledo Local Express I3aa 1:46 pm
Banner Express Chicago..... 8:40 am HiU pm
Banner Limited Chicago....... 8:03 pm TU8am
Midnight Limited Chlcago.....U JO pm laas
Past Mali Chicago . 3:45 am ..
Kansas City Lle.
Kansas City Express., 1X0 am HMvm
Kansas City Fast Mail....... ... :1 pm Id am.
Kansas City Limited....... .-10:U pm stdtam
Pattonsbnrg Express ...M.... 84 am JjJJjea
Csnnon Bali Omaha Tdona aiaaam
Ottumwa and Des Moines Ex-
press sfaJO tas "Iwpa
Ottumwa and Des Motnss Llm-
lted naopia "fSOasa
TVest Ifoberly and Kansas
Cltr Local ................. J:tt am Jfm psa
Moberlr Local , ItpntfUaesSa)
East Decatur Local t M pm 11 ill
Decatur Local (Sunday only) . (Htpm
Prom Union Station -.
Ft. Charles maapm ntaf
K'nloch Park ............... tills pm j-.-j.--
Ferguson .............M........3:45ijm N vssi
Ferguson ......................... 4:30 pm 8 :40 pm
x srguson. ........................ ......... .taf asa
Frra-uann ................ ..... 110:3s am
Ferguson (Thursday only) ....,11 JO pm U'M pm
Kinuicn itk leaccs ....M- tius paa
Klnloch Park Racaa tl:4t pm
From Olive Street Station
fit. Charles .......... t :40 pm nam
Erldgeton .. ... "Jf S 2!SB
Brldreton ..... .. T:4taa JJ.-ojpss
Perfnsan. ... 8:30 am tf:40asjt
Klnloch Park .--. - n pm W am
Pcxguson. .................. ...... 3S4j pm xsaipss
Ferguson. ... . 730 pm 80pca
Persuson (Thursday only) ... 1130 pm lOJopra
Klnloch Park itaces ...M.. it- pm .........
health of the city. There remains only about
4,500 to carry on this work la the naxt '
seven months. The monthly expense Mil.
for labor and carts, has avaraxsd. at tha
lowest, about $7,000 per month. In order to
keep within the appropriation Sir. HarmaBn
would have to arrange in soma manner to
reduce ths monthly expanse to aromethtag
Mr. Hermann advised the Ways sad
Means committees of tha House of Dele
fates and the City Council that It would be
Imprudent to decrease tha appropriation for
his department but tha committees never
theless proceeded to act oontrary to his
pleadings. There are 409 miles of sewers, ami
only forty laborers to clean them, while the
workmen have no more than twelve carta
at their disposal. Mr. Hermann said In an
Interview, recently published In The Re
public, that publla health would be- menaced
by the refuse and decaying; animal matter
which are washed into the sewers after each
rain if something be not done to enable
him to employ a sufficient fore to dean
The discharge of the street-oJetnlntT
force, also because the Munlcpal Assembly
failed to appropriate funds for that work,
reacts against the Sewer Department. Now
that the streets are not oleaned regularly
the refuse and decaylca; substances yhlch
collect on them are washed Into tha sewers.
BIDS FOR CITY DEPOSITS.
Nine Banks to Handle the Moneys
in the Year.
Yesterday afternoon the officials cf nine
banking Institutions submitted bids for tha
city deposits for ths financial year com
mencing October. L The bids were opened
In the presence of Mayor Zlegenbeta. Comp
troller Sturgeon. Assistant Comptroller Go-
bel. Assistant City Treasurer Dunn. Cltr
Auditor Mason and Associate City Counselor
All the bidders win reclve deposits In ro
tation in the course of the year. In blocks
of 1300,000. the first block going to the high
est bidder, the next block to the second
highest bidder, and so on. tha highest bid
der being permitted to retain the deposit
The American Exchange Bank made tha
best bid. offering Z.27 per cent Interest. All
the banks promised New Tors: ezchasg at
par. Tho other bids were as follows: Third
National Bank. 3.12 per cent; State Na
tional Bank. 3.10 per cent; Merchants'-La-clede
National Bank 3.01 per cent; National
Bank of Commerce. Z.V7 per cent; Continen
tal National Bank. 2.51 per oeatt Oenaan
American Bank, 2.(2 per cent: Boatmen's
Bank, 2.10 per cent, and tha SraxkUa Bamk.
L2S per cent.