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THE REPUBLIC: S&TTJRD&Y. 'JULY 5, 1902. '
The Mercliants-Lactefle National Bank
OF ST. LOUIS.
Surplus and Undivided Profits 675,000.00
FISCAL AGEBT FOB THE
Correspondence or interviews invited from banks, indi
viduals and corporations desiring to change or enlarge
present banking arrangements.
W. IL LEE. President.
D. IL FKAXCIS. Vies President
A. L. SHAPLEIGH. 2d Vice President
C R. FKAXCIS, Vlea President R. T. STUHOEON. Anst Cashier. a
A. L. SHAPLEIGiL M Vice President D. A. PHILLIPS. Id Aist- Cashier. 0
... 00H. 4fh AHD LOCUST.
Capita., Surplus and Profits, $9,008,003.
Acts as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Curator, Trustee,
Agent and Attorney-in-Fact.
COMMITTEE QN TRUST ESTATES:
a A. nNTCELXBUP.G.
ROBT. S. XmOOinXGS.
JOHN F. SHKPLET.
ISAAC 'W. MORTON'.
Safe-deposit vaults, modern and complete in every respect, for box
renters and persons desiring absolute security for silverware, chests,
cases, trunks, etc., while absent from the city.
Q0TH TRANSIT AHD SUBURBAN CARS PASS OUR DOORS.
Letters of Credit.
The issuance of our letter of credit practically con
stitutes the opening of a bank account all over the world
In favor of the traveler, enabling him to draw and nego
tiate his own drafts in sums as required.
Mississippi Yailey Trust Company,
INS. W. Cor. Fourth and Pine Streets.
WHITAKER & CO..
S02XT3D ,k,Trr3 STOCK IBIFt.orHltEJlFl.es
Circular on Application.
hooms for nnsT.
CHOUTEAU Ait.. 1439 Nicely furnished rooms
with gas and bath; rooms light ar.l cool; rent
CHOUTEAU Are., 139 Connecting rooms f0r
light housekeeping": J3.IO per week en suite; bath;
niOtTTEAU Av-.. 1331 Nicely tarnished; com
fcrtable: for g-ntlcraen only: gas. bain, German
private family, no children.
CHOUTEAU Ave . Lane southern-exposed
room; atso front room; two clU,e clorets; bath;
for Gentlemen, n per week ezch and up.
"HOUTEATJ Ave.. 1011 Rooms Tcr light house
Veepiag. furnished, Ji.rS up. unfurnished, E0c up:
connecting rooms. Webster Klnloch phone D
CHOUTEAU Are. 1M3 Barrains in rooms,
furnlsh-d and unfurnished: all rooms rented be
fore July 15 at special reduced prices, with privi
lege or keeplns tbtm at lime price to May 15,
lSo;. Webster. Klnloch phone D 331.
CleMtXC Are-. 8C2J Two untarnished rooms,
screens, shades; low rent: famished to msii
COOK Art. 3S Nicely f uraished front reo-end-floor
roomg; private family.
DELMAR. 4134 Two beautifully furnished
large front anu connecting a,cund-tory rooms
and alcove; gcntlerain; private family; no other
DICKSON St.. 37-3 UnfcrrUsbed or nicely fur
nished front room, with bath; cool, pleasant.
DICKSONSt . 3SlS-N-wIy famished room,
tingle or en suite, for gentlemen; hot bath, gas;
cocl. pleasant; reasonable.
BASTON Are.. 30:7 Rooms, famished forlight
bouseiceeplnr. and parlor.
EIGHTEENTH- St7i0 N. Nicely rurclahd
second-story front room, suitable for gentlemen;
private family- cool and pleasant.
EIGHTEENTH St. 1114 N -Nicely furnished
rosin, for one or two gentlemen or coup!"; bath
end all conveniences, ool and pleasant.
e E,i"1L X ""TH -TK.-XIceIr furnished
front and connecting rc-ims. suitable for light
housekeeping; T2. all conTenlenccs; one room.
?i?I?F SV 'T4 -""fy furnished rooms
at half rate for the summer; free baths: French
tettaurant in connection. i". "'n
ELEVENTH St..3M J-ElerantlyrIrrJ3el
front parlor, with use of pUno; southern rx
XoEcre. JJL,SiF?TT m, 1W s-Icely furnished first
ana second story front rooms for gentleiien: also
mO?71 tnr Ilvfc. tiA-uVuflUn . LI-
- -. ..b... uvudni;.... t tUJlIlC
rTPV"V!T es, ,, . . " , ..
"---.-. -. -i .,. . inrge. pleasant.
front rOiira. beautifully furnished. In private,
farallyto-ntlemen or couple, no children; bath.
EVANS J?48-Om nice, large room, private
family without children: southern exposure: ras
tath; bst of references.
EWING AvelT m Spicily fuml-hd frot
i-Tn. compltt f..r lltbt ftousel;epln?; all ccn
venlences. convenient to lso cars.
Zrv7n7"Tu J15 - 'Coner)-?7iceiy fur
n'hed front and ether roma. bath. gas. etc:
il.Wi wetk and up quiet, rospectable.
riXXET Ave.. 3SSPlHani . w.iiliilt.71
rooms, newly fumUhel: all conveniences; for
fXJURTBENTII St.. 3)7 S.-Fu-nI,hed rooms
f.im II up, with bath. b.t and cold water: cri
JTLWSXIjr Ave.. 1C34 Elegantly furnished
GARRISON. 1?4S N. Two furnished rooms: all
GARRISON Ave.. KM N. Two fine connecting
rooms, furnished nicely for light housekeeping
or gentlemen; lath, gas; together or separate.
GAnRISONAve3i:N. Historical Sherman
Mansion, rraorated: frowns furnlhed and rmfur
ruhed. slnsrle cr en sJlte, delightful location; all
rtrret cars; telephone.
GARRISON AvcCM N. Elegartly furnished
second-story rooms with dreralng-room at
taches: in elegant home, centially located: mol
em convrnlenres; sootfcem exposure; J 15 and tti
for couple: German cooking.
GLASGOW Place. 3050 (Two Blocks of Eas
ton) Beautiful residence rlape ru rar nnlse:
fte-?. large furnished rocms, with bath; reason
able. .JS"?1011 st- -FnmIshcd rocm: gas, bath;
,-..-..,. s.ajm - V4, 4..rm Mumy-i; I'JUr CHf Iln.
JP.U I'L'npnv ... - . .
iZZ I.?'. --. '- o- wo rooms, nrst
?5Sr,25rnl3hd " unfurnished; all conveniences;
aisorooms on third Coor.
iy?7S:L-Te- ,fi-Two nicely furnished
isS I Sn USZl rtlcn or man and wife: bath
ftrlf- ontSlit.nre" .reasorrabl-: board If de
kVepInt? ,oclIty: also rooms for light houee-
launiarAaid:bSls.""-Ijrg' nWiea room;
rtt ? x-tu.. b
lng if desired: bath; ali-camaodtlonr.
IJiriNHWITLI 14S K. "Vl'-tlr furnlrtefl
fTi,r,1f ad WTllBat hTOMt'eeplnFVre-
LOCTIPT Si.. il-Neatly fcmished parlor and
brjOs rarkn- and second-story Treat, with hot and
STATE OF MISSOURI.
GEO. E. HOFFMAN, Cashier.
R. T. STUHOEON. AasL Cashier.
D. A. PHILLIPS. Id AssL Cashier.
HEXRT a HAARSTICK.
JOHN T. DAVIS.
300 N. FOURTH ST,
ROOMS FOR REST.
LOCUST St.. SJlS-BeautlfuI back parlor: cool
and airy; suitable for two nrntlemtii; board If
desired. aIo b-cond-Coor rooms
LOCUST St.. rre-Back parlor, light house
Leeplce permitted: bath and all conveniences; J!
II taken this week: always rented for IMC
LOCUST. 3X1 Large and small rooms, newly
anl fjegantly furnished, connecting room, with
private ryith. modern conveniences; reasonable.
LUCAS Ave.. 3110 Unfurnished rooms, second
floor; private family; references exchanged.
LUCAS Ave, S10-Nicely furnished room, suit
able for two persons; Mcond floor, turn and
all conveniences: no other roomer.
LUCAS Ave. 3414 Ileautiful ecend-i!;r frcrt
and cthr second-noor rooms, eouthem expwire;
all modem improvements; reasonable.
LLCAS Ave. 415 (The Inn) Rooma nightly; 15a
to SSc, weekly Jl to J1.M; baths free; Just
cpmed ana everything nsw and Crst-cliss.
MAPTTTT Ave. 45S7 Two nicely furnished
rocms. for light housekeeping. In private family.
MISSISSIPPI Ave ltS-XIceIy fuml-hed front
room with all conveniences; private family; tn
lIOltGAN St.. IKS Neatly fum!hed rooms;
gentlemen or housekeeping, nil conveniences;
MOROAN St.. anNlco cool rooms; newly
furnished; Finale or en suite; shade trees in front
and rear; rent reasonable.
UOHGAN St 317 Nice, cocl room; newly fcr
nlsled: single or en suite: shad trees In front
and rear; investigate; rent reasonable.
OLIVE St.. 1733 Furnished rooms for light
OLIVE St.. HJ4 Nicely furnished rooms, for
honsekeeplng; rery rtasqnable.
"OLIVE St.. 151i-rum!shed room for light
housekesplng; also hall room; 1LM per week.
OLIVE St7417 Two or four neatly "furnished
rooms: all conveniences: HO and XIZ a month.
OLIVK. 15 Furnished front hall room: J1.S
per ttcek. large room, southern exposure, a per
OLIVK St.. 3J-Nly famished front parlor
and other rooms; southern exposure; modern con
OLIVE St.. US! IiroUhed rooms, for light
houK-kccplnc If desired; nlcs location; very rea
OLIVE. S10A Nicely furnished rooms; south
ern exposure, also front hall room; reasonable;
nrar Lnlon station.
OLIVE St.. tS-Larr. beautiful second-floor
front, completely furnished lor housekeeping:
ctml and airy: reasonable..
OLIVE St.. SSaV-Nlcly furnished eeccnd-Owr
room, light and airy; gas, bath and telephone;
all modern conveniences.
OLIVE St. 31T7 Two nicely furnished second
and third floor rooms for housekeeping; also nice
back parlor: all convenience.
OLIVE St. sk Nicely famished front parlor
bedroom; also tno- connecting rooms en second
Coor. for gents or housekeeping.
OLIVE, aii Nicely furnished front parlor and
second-floor front; southern exposure; also other
nice rooms for housekeeping; reasonable.
OLIVE SU 15C Commodious and neatly rur
nlhed room, suitable for two or more gentle
men; by week cr menth; reasonable terms.
OLIVE St.. 2?-Keauiltu! reccnd-floor front;
southern exposure: newly and completely fur
nished for housekeeping; also newly furnished
ball room; reasonable.
PARK Are, ii2-Good bear J: cool rooms: re
spectable locallt j ; 14.90 per v eek; can accommo
date only a few.
PARK Ave.. SCf Nicely furnished rooms;
fouthem exposure, all modern conveniences; ez
cellent table; home cooking.
PENDLETON Ave.. UU- Nicely furnished
treat room; private family; all convenience.
PINE ft.. 31TS Newly furnlsbet flrstcloss
PINE St.. t7 Basement rooms for washlne-
.mfc. ,u himi. ecvucu pony.
TIT c o,lc.....iu . t l. ..-
trlc lights, elevator and telephone snrlca.
PINE St SHS EJegantly famished rooms:
very cool and pleasant: all modem conveniences:
terms verj reasonable.
PINE Su. ISC New. elegantly famished front
'catIJ.veoro"" !: large porch: encyclopedias:
wardrobe, lounge and large pier mirrors.
,, ?iJ?t7...?!rTwo n,c. TOra on second
floor: also third-floor front, for light housekeep
ing or gentlemen; also nice back parlor.
"JSE Jm!H?rE1J?al?t1'' turaUhed second-sto-ry
front room: also back parlor: southern exr-o-aure:
for gentlemen or couple: reasonable.
SCHOOL St- S141A Pumisied second-Coor
front rocm, southern exposure, fcr gent.
SIXTH St. 1405 N. Nicely furnished rooms; Jl
"SIXTH St.. S3 N.-N!ce large front room, sait
aUe for two gentlemen, or couple, and two ancla
front rcoeis. "
Driu.uY?., a -v --ear vv est me Boul.1 I
..Ice rocm with three large wltowt; also small
rocm. bath, gas, first floor; board If deslrei '
Eighth and Locust Streets !
i Are requested to present their books jl
n or After Jyly I Oth
In order that interest may be entered therein !;
DATED FEBRUARY 1. 1902. DUE FEBRUARY 1, 1907.
Bonds redeemable at par and accrued interest at option of company, on any semi-annual
interest da, on thirty days notice.
Principal and Interest pnynble In ROM coin of tbe Cnltecl States of America of or equal to the present stand
ard of vrelKht and Hncnr without deduction for any tux or taxes which the railway com
pany may lie required to pay thereon or to retain therefrom nnder nny present
or fntnre Invr of the United States or of any Stale, county or municipality therein.
COUPON BONDS IN DENOMINATION OF JLfrOO WITH PROVISION FOR REGISTRATION Of PRINCIPAL.
Mississippi Valley Trust Co., of St. Louis, Trustee.
This Issue is limited to JiO.OM.W and secured by J1S.13.000 rer value of Consolidated Gold 4 Per Cent Bonds of the Mexican Central
Railway Company. not selling on the New York and London Stock Exchanges at about Jl. representing a cash value of JU.M3.3Sa.
Of the above issue $6,000,001) have been disposed of by private sale and the undersigned will
receive subscriptions for the balance, $4,000,000, at 96J and accrued interest to date of delivery.
A simultaneous issue will be made in London by Messrs. J. Henry Schroder & Co., and in Amsterdam
by Messrs. Hope & Company.
The subscription list will b opened at the offices of th undersigned at 1 a. m. Tuesday. July Kth. 1M. and will tre closed en Thurs
day. July Mtb. lv. at 3 p. m.. cr earlier. The right Is reserved to reject any application and to award smaller amounts than applied for. Pay
ment to be made Thursday. July I?, when the bonds w!:l lie ready fir delivery
Fcr further Information reference l made to tht letter from Mr. Eben Richards. Vice President of the Railway, and to the Trait Agree
ment, copies of which may be obtained at the efnees cf the undenisned. " " '" -""" ABr"
The legality of the issue haa been passed upon by Messrs. Guthrie. Crarath & Henderson, and Mefsrs. Underwood. Van Vcrrt A Ilorr.
The bonis are listed en th New Tork Stock Exchange.
Latienhurg, Thalmann & Co.,
25 BROAD STItEET, XEW YOflK.
July L 1372.
ROOMS FOR It EXT.
TENTH St, 109 N. First-floor back; aIo other
rooms: hot and cold bath: all cmv eni-nce: also
transient rooms; reasonable rates.
TENTH St.. Hit S- Two fUTmshecTcosnectlng
rooms for housekeeping; private family: :a
edults only; gar. tct bath, uttered water,
THERESA. Sl N Well tumUne.1 ncond
ctory front, large, cocl room; also on- small
THIRD St.. las N. Rooms, single or en suite.
for light housekeeping: J1.00 and up.
THIRDStT. ItHN. Newlyfum!shed"roorns'ror
rentlemen or housekeeping: rooms en suite or
single: cheap rent: free bath.
THOMAS M.. SIS-Second-story front and
connecting rooms. fumlrhd for light housekeep
ing or gentlemen; single or en suite; bath; rea
sonable. VANDEVJrCTER Ave.. 112 N. New. unfcr
nlshed. good room.
WASHINGTON Are15S "Nicely-furnished
room; .n conveniences.
WALNUT Bt . nio"-E!irntIy fi.ra!shd front
rarlcr. second floor: also ball room; not and cold
bath; very reasonable.
WALNUT. KSl-Nlcely famished rooms; Eva
minutes' walk from station; car to Fair
Grounds; bath; from Jl to JJ a week.
WASHINGTON. S1K Furnished or unfurnished
eiagle or connecting rooms; light housekeeping.
WASHINGTON Ave.?20 Two neatly fur
nished rocm. for light housekeeping: first floor:
WASHINGTON Ave . STX ReT-.rtaNe widow
lady has a neatly furnished Tlrst-flocr front room
re eTTT.-.,-- . .,. . .l.. m .
ii1: v- w.c, i;i ruraimca jroni
room: Jl aO to Jt per week; also front room for
WASHINGTON Ave.. JlS-Neat!y furnished
suite of row suitable for gentlemen or couple;
WASHINGTON. 1900-Seoond-fioor front room;
two double beds: suitable for two or four men;
WASHINGTON Ave.. fMONleely furnished
second-floor rooms single or en suite, for house
keeping and gentlemen.
WASHINGTON Are. IT3 Neatly famished
front roome. large and small, with all conveni
ence; four blocks to Union Station.
WASHINGTON. -SM-XIcelr furnished second
floor front: also beautlrul back parlor; cool and
Pleriant: modrrn conveniences; reasonable.
WASHINGTON Ave- lCJJ-Nlrely furnished
eecond-Coor front room and kitchen for light
housekeeping, nlso small, room; reasonable.
WASHINGTON Arc. HC-Handsomely fur
nished, cool. large and small rooms; bath-: spe
cial rates for summer: beautiful parlor for
WASHINGTON. 3101 (Th- Alta Vlrtav-Ele-gantly
furnished connecting lonms for gentlemen
or couple: northern and southtrn expoeare;
breakfast if desired.
W'EST BELLE Place. i3Two unfurnished
front rooms; one furnished room; terms made ta
nOOMS WITH nOAlTD.
RARTMER Ave.. ajJT-Best board and rooms:
...m.j ..mm.. nMh imi C-&POBJUOX1.
T1CT.T. Ave Sft-. , . , --
. M ...... -- u, .(a room, eoutc-
ern. eastern and northern errcjure; all conve
niences; excellent table; for cocple or two rR
lleznen. CLEVELAND. SvSt, Near Tower GroTe Park
Family owning modem home will rent room with
COOL, handsomely furnished second-story
front, southern room, and others; excellent
beard: terms reasonable: location nesr Taylor
and Westminster. L 37. Republic
DELMAR Ave., ci Rooms with board for ona
or two gentlemen; all conveniences.
DELMAR Ave.. SIT Two neatly fumi.jjj
rooms ruth board; rcutbern exposure; terms rea
sonable. DELMAR. 3M4 Nicely furnished room: gool
beard: all conveniences; cnuplj or two gentle
men. DELMAR Boulevard. 4J50-Elecir:t room and
board: room first fioor. private entrance: roreX
large, yard: gentlemen or couple; board or with
out DELMAR Boulevard, SKJ Nicely furnished
second-stcry front, with home cooking; for cocpls
or gentlemen; J1S: other rooms J; all conve
niences. EXTRA large front room: southern exposure:
E windows: suitable frr three genu: first -cIass
board: all white help: 1J per week each. C 33.
FINNET Arc. 3tS Nice south ro3m for gen
tlemen, with or without board: all accommoda-tioaa.
l .; yau
ntral Railway Coipany, united.
Trust cive Year 4&& Gold
I and August I, Payablo In Now York
& Raw!mgs Investment Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
HOOMS WITH IIO.UID.
FINNEV Ave.. SCiS Nlce'y furnished rocms
with first-class boani term rea.-.nable; also day
"Ol Iv i -. M K S.-Nicely fumihd
front rrom. with or without board, for gentle
FOURTH S. 111.V S.-Nlrelr fumlvhed Urg. .
and small rooms, with cr without bnatd.
GRAND Ave . K29 N Nitelv fnrn'.ihfl n m.
ith good board, lath, large lawn, detached
LAWTON Ave.. 33-J1.&V week; beautirul.
large, sunny sccond-nory front rocm for two; hot
bath, gas; private family: own home.
LEONARD. lv N. Large unfurnished rooms.
second floor, with or without board.
LINDELLIknIvard. SCJ Rooms with up-to-date
fumtsnlnas. talne a! location the best.
IjncUST. ll-Room. with board; suitable for
LOCUST St.. ; Neatly fjmlsfced room:
board If desired.
LOCUST. 353 De-lrable room, large and airy;
targe lawn, buam If crsireu.
(iin'CT .MM. rili.Kt. hri.hf mn.. vwv4
table vird: terms reasonable.
LOCUST St.. 31T Nice cool room, with bwrd:
, urge, cool dinlng-ioom: soutnem exposure; umiu.
LOCUST. 1SU-07 The McDermotti Large and
small rooms: southern expesure; first-class table
and service: tel Main WH.
LOtTST sl 5&Xtiilr furnished rooms
with board; all modern conveniences; four blocks
io i ninti staiion. summer raves.
LOCUST St.. li;t-T!oard. with rcoms; Tliltors i
and day boarders accommodated; all modem
conveniences. Mrs. M A. Thomas.
LOTT'ST SL. SIS Nicely furnished front room
with or without board, suitable for two ladles
or gentlemt): rocd-ra conveniences.
LOCUST St.. SOT Large, nicely furnished second-story
front and ether rooms; terms to people
emplojed: first-class table and terrier.
LOCUST St. W-Lrcf. beautiful front room
and other rooms: first-class hoard; rates to gen
tlcrnen cr Udles employed. Phone C Bt.
LOCUST St.. 231 Cocl. pleasant front rooms:
southern and esstern eipsure. all conveniences;
with home comforts; board if desired.
LOCUST St.. 1H0 (The CSarkJ Deslrabl. rooms.
neatly famished: good table board; all modem
improvements; new management. Kinloch c fSr.
LUCAS Are.. MJT Beautiful second-floor front
with alcove; rnuthern exposure; first-class board
at moderate prices.
LUCAS Ave JJIt Nenly ard beautifully fur
nished second-story front, with all conveniences;
first-class board; also other rocms,
MARKET St.. SOS-Furnished rooms; superior
table, large porch, yard; southern expos-jra; all
McPIIERSON Ave.. W (The Mar!bcrough
Under new management, everything new and
mndcro. Thone A lWa Klnlv en.
MINERVA Ave SB With hemleek surround
ings, rumished rr unfuro!ihe.r; good table: nlcs
MISSOURI Ave.. I'll Desirable rooms, with
board; opposite Lafavctte laik; references.
OLIVE St.. HA Nicely furnished rooms, with
or witnoui boara: private mm.
uuvb ru. wi u'iuiii; urniscea roos
!,,, UUIIU, ,U,HI aviv,ww..w,
ULtl v ti &V.. U-nieeiy iiHouaw rooms, wua
first-class-board: H per week: all conveniences.
OLIVE St, 3S Nice furnished rooms, with
excellent board: electric lights and superior sc
commodationa. TeL. Lindell -U3A.
"OLTV'D St.. IStl-NewIy furnished frcnt parlor
and other nice rooms: southern exposure; good
board it desired; transients accommodated.
PAGE Boulevard. 3637 Nicely furnished tecond
story front room, southern exposure: modem
conveniences; excellent tabic; moderate terms.
PARK Are,. -333 Very desirable cool rooms
with excellent table board: opposite Lnfayetts
Ptrk; all modem conveniences: references.
PINE St, JSJ-BeautlfuI second and third fioor
frcnt rorans. with first-class board: all modem
PINE St., U3S-Larr. elean rooms, faralsbsd
or unfurnished, with ne!a if desired; all ecn-
Trajencrs; very iwwa,
ri.vi. s., u-ii r hot inmiiaea
rooms and nrst-Cas beard, with all xasdera
conveniences. Oil and see then.
,. -k .. .. Tv .-- m - . .
PJNE St, S7S1 fTn Lefanxweirv-NIc-. largs,
airy, rumished rooms, -sith board if desired:
nice lawn; modem conveniences; terms reason
able. ROOM and board ,in Cabanne for one or two
gentlemen: cnoice loc-non. J j. Jtepupllc.
ROOMS with beard, second-story front: routh
era exposure: also Sack room: West Pine boule
smrd; west of Vanderrxter. M U; BessbUc,
,.. ;l" i c, u i .-mj r,
City or St. Louis.
SViississfppi Valley Trust Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ItOOMS WITH BOARD.
RITGER St.. 11! Nicely famished rooms;
southern expesure: hot bath; good board: conve
nient to thre car lines; block Lafiyett. Park
SEVENTH. 1111 S -Famished rooms, wlta
board :German family.
THOMAS St.. SlI-Nlctly furnished rc-ms.
with rr without board, hot bath: southern ex.
Isure; gentlcinen cr couple; JI.M up: hom
WASHINGTON Ave.. JUS Newly furnished
t?tmaVcoId'VtlLhrat bS: sowbtrn xpo":
JSHINSTON Ave SOtJ-NIeely famished
ronm with first-class board, for lady emploird:
references exchanged. pijeu.
WASHINGTON Ave, JJ-Large, cool, desir
able second-story front for centlemen; also other
w, (WM UV.IU
...x..i..uhj. .we., sxx Large, ctoi. well
furnlsh-d second-story front with good board for
couple or gentlemea. reasonable.
5Sl?1?0,. AV W-Nlcely fumllhed
rom with gr.l board and s.rvice: eouthem ex
po.ure; de'ached bnue: modern- hnm.'ii..
i. r- i,e.&, uv wo nieeiy turnivned second-story
rooms, with beard: references ex
crsrreii. WEST nELLE. J4 fFamllr Hotelv-Newly
fumlhed rooms, single or eu suite: flrst-dass
board and accommodations; special rate, to par
ties of Ore.
Jft COSMOS LODGE. NO. -r . r. , ,
r-p' 5- Special communication this (Satur
JG2f" day) afternoon at 1 o'clock, tor the pur
LZ. ?v0t "n'S-er the funeral of our lvt
worthy brother. E. J. Dawson. Visitors cordially
Invited. w. C. ESSMUELLER. W. M.
Eden Reed. Secretary.
A. GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO.
Vv ' A F. & A. M.. will hold a stated
V communlcauon at t o'clock Tuesday
evening. July . IMS. at Masonic Temp's,
Grand and Finney avenues. Work In the Second
degree. Members sr urged to attend. Visitors are
fraternally invited. A. U. MARION. W. M.
Henry Llhou. Secretary.
A GOOD HOPE LODGE NO. IU. A. F. A
Vv A. M. Stated ccmmualcaticn Saturdar
A evening. July '. 1K. at t o'clock, at
hall. No. tin Soath Ilroadway. Work M.
M. degree. Members requested to be present
Visitors cordially invited.
WM. P. EVANS. W. M.
Edward 8. Baldwin. Secretary.
MISSOURI LODGE. NO. L A. F. A.
Ms, M. Ststed communication Thursday. July
YTn, at T:J3 p. m.. In Corinthian 15-11.
r Grand Avenje Masonic Temple. M. M.
degree. Members are requested and visiting
brethren fraternally Invited to attend.
ciiAs. Mclean, w. m.
John H. Deems. Secretary.
- NArHTALI LODGE. NO. 3. A. F.
A A.M Special communication Sunday. July
TEjf . at 1 p. ra. sharp, for the purpose of
V sltendtag the funeral of our fate secre
tary. Brother Maurice Mandel. visiting brethren
WILLIAM RAMSEY, W. M.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
ST. LOUIS AERIEv NO. 41. FRATER
nal Order cf Eagles, will meet on th.
second Wednesday of July and August.
Beginning with September 10 meetings
will be held each wedeesdav at s n. m.
at Uavlln's Hall. Sixth and Walnut -treeta.
CONRAD KEMPF. W. P.
Jno. A. Gemex, W. Secretary. 1WI Chestnut st.
KMUIITS OF HOAOH.
BREMEN LODGE. Na 2J4. K. OF H
l j.rguiav Bwiufli rinj savurcay evening
V at Bremen Hall. No. SOli North Eleventh
t-street. All Knlshls of linear invltett
WM. HARTMAN Irtetatcr. 37U Untverslty st.
Mathew Bonn. Reprter. 171 1 University .L
ri UNixx ujuut, r.o. xsi. k. or n..
mens ursx aw uiiru Saturdays at dictaro
HaU. soathwest enrner Broadway and
Monroe street- Alt Knlshta nf Himoe la-
Tlted to our meetings. WM. MET, Dietatcr.
SE Madison street,
reter Barth. Beportrr. S3 University itreet-
-. ii-rt't rnv am
3iffcr Aldcmar Coniman!iT. No. JS. K. T. You I
VHJ "7 . ,,--", . -.-..uv.r IB toe Asylum
V this (SaturrUrj at 3 p. m. for escort to
Cosmos Ledge In conducting the funeral of oer
late frater. Edward J. Dawson. All Templars
Invited to unite with um en this occasion,
W It VICKItOY. Eminent Commander.
W. P. Rlckart. Recorder.
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K5IGIITM OK 1'YTIIIA.i.
ACME LODGE: NO. V.J. K. OP P..
meets everr Tursdar evenlnir at , o'clock
sharp in Burlington tulld'ng. J10 Olire
street. Work n r.nits a!wavs on hand.
Visit irs ccrdially Invited and members, expected
lo-ai:ena. kkajv. zir.iuti. i t-.
Attest: O. W. Clifton, K. cf It. & S.. No.
KUA St, Lculs avenue.
CASTLE HALL ROBERT H COWAN.
No 131. K. of P. West Hall. Century
Bullying. Ninth an! Olive Streets On
V.na. ...1.. . . I. -.. Z,.. .t
rfuijr , ml 9 p. TO .Hip. uud.-
Isltors cord'ally invited.
E. E. MANAHAN. C. C.
Attest: Htnry H ljiebherr, K. cf H 4 S.
casttj: hall or monitor
Lodge, xo. CJ K of P . me -'s every
Thursilsy eve-'ne; In rnrv inlMlir.
Ninth and OIK- st-eets. wl ere visitors
are ccrdially Invited vnd tr.etnber. ev-ctcl.
riti;:v u prtsTKit c c:
W J. Otto. K. of IS. t S
tr COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 33. K. OF
f- I" . meets ertrv Tuesday e-cning a J
I2y o'clock. Ea-r lull. Century bu'Mlng.
j3 Ninth snd Ollre tris Toeedy rv-n-Irg.
July 5. work la rank of Enquire. All memNers
requested to be present: rr-rl time. Vl-it r wl-com-
THOa. W. SIUW. C C
J F.Deropeey. K. of , A S.
DAMON LPIGFi NO. M. K OF P .
vwrrv meet, -verr Wetfceslar evenine at od
'32n ! ! ' II". N'- Nlith an; Olive i
e1 str eis W. -a In ranke of Pa-- Visi
ters and membe-s are rti-dlalir lnvite-1.
II A. GALLANT. C. f
Attest- II R. Hermei. K. of K. i S-. No. S71J .
FITURE GREAT IDGE. NO 37. K
e 1 .., rf.rv W lr.,.i.v evenllis Jt
g o'clock at Howard's Hall Thirtieth ! J
niir ,,wf. vv. rtne. niv pv,nnr. juu
. work in rank of nsmiio. Vi-Ulrc knot's al
vs welcomr. vVM L r7LLr.lt. C -
V A Roberts. K. of It. & S.
rtrc nrrs GOLDEN CROWN LODGE. NO 3.
a0-Ei, me-ts every l-liday evening. Hal! No.
S- 3. tenth floor. Centum titCMIc.
KVraVD Ninth ami iiilve stteets. wort, in
vTAff. ' ,,,,-. r.f n,.. PrW.tr ink 4. All
meriters expected. Vtitrr cordially
CROWN mvltrsL J. II. MILLER. C. C.
Hrnry C. Scrtt. K. cf IL tc H.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. 3M. K. OF P.
meets every Wednesday evening in Cen
tury buildin?. Ninth -nd Olive streets.
Iluslnes meetlne 'Wedneede,r juir 3. 1st -
Members expected and visitor- er.r,i!!!)- liv.ted.
S. C POGERS. C. C.
J W. Campbell. K. of R. & S.
PARAGON LODGE. NO. "3. K OF P .
meets every Tuesdtr evening In ha'I No.
3. Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and Oil- e
streei Vest Tce.!av. rnnk cf Esaul'e.
Members and visitor sre cirillally 1-ivUetl
roy Y dri:ykus. c. c
AHest Frank J-.hnsvn. K. cf R. i S
RED 'T.OSS I3D3F. NO. 51. K. OF
P . meets Wedcesdav nieht at CJA Fe!-
lowv Hall. Ninth and Olive streets. July
5. First rank
W I, TRIIf-KnNMILLnrt- c c
H JV.Beld!r.g. K. of R. i S.
Jfr ZULEMA LODGE. NO. 331 K. OF P..
vasMeaw meets Monday evening. Jalv 7. i n Hall
i "o I. tenth floor "Vnturv buIMlng. at ?
o'clock. Irapoi ant busmees. Kegu.ar
convention Members expected and visitors cor
dially Invited in attend.
DOCTOR L. E LEHMHERG, C C
Attest: O. M. Brooks. K. or IL Jt S.
IMIKI'KAUOT UHUiat UI1U KLILLOWS
CORAL LODGE. NO 45. I. O. O.
F.. meets every Siturday evening at
at its hall. Hilton and Manchester
avenues Members are reaucsted to
attei.d. Visiting brothers neiecme.
W. J. BECK. N. a.
J. V. GannetL Secretary.
GOLDEN SCEPTER LODGE. NO.
tT I O O. V Meet- everr Satur-
?5Siirrr- evening al Ande's Hall, corner
" of Jeffer.n avenue and P-staloiai
streeL Visiters cordlallv Invited ard members
expected to attend. Ceo. S. Ults. Itll California
ave.. noLIe grand. H. A Muse, rice grand. Wm.
II. Taylor. rccrdiag secretary; Grant C Green,
financial secreary. 3K4 Louisiana avenue
MOUND CITY LODGE. NO. 37.
I. O. O. F. Regular rreetinrs sec-
r7r. cna ana xourtn aaturcivs ot etc-i
'eRsRW- month at Hall No. 4 Odd Fellows'
building, southeast corner Ninth and OUt
streets. Visiting brethren fraternally Invited.
PHILIP RILEY. N. O.
Charles E- Montgomery. Secretary.
"tWMmZ ST LOUIS LODGE. No7s. I. O. O.
WXF5EW& F., meets tvry Saturday evening
jXi3R Hall N . L Sf'i-J:e .st Miur Ninth
-"e and Olive streets, at 8 o'clock p. ni.
AI1 members earnestly requested to attend. Vis
iters welcomed. II A. ILVM1LTON. N. G.
E. B. Fogg. Secretary.
JsFjfe. WILDLY LODGE. NO. 3. I. O. O.
KCfi-5& F.. meets Tuestay evening of eacn
5-rSjS?" week at Hall No 1. Odd Fellows'
'" building, oirrer Ninth ar.1 Olive, at
S o'cloc'c. Work In the Third d-gree. Tuesday,
July 8. VUltors cordially j-jL
Herman Heuser. Secretary.
ASCICST OlinEIl C3ITEP WOrtlCMCt.
BANNER LODGE. NO. 12. A. O.
C W. Meets en the second anl
fourth Saturday cf each menth at
SI Hall No. 7. Fraternal building.
Eleventh ana ncnunn avenue, v i
itcrs fraterrallr Invited.
J. G. ENGLAND, M. W.
Attest: Daniel Rvan. Itecorder.
KSIUSSTS Of COLUMErs.
ST. LOOI3 COUNCIL NO. 451.
meets every first and third Tues
day at Vv ist End Hail, southeast
corner Finney and Vanderenter
avenues. Visiting knights are
JOHN a LEAHY.
Jos. C Carroll. Jr, Recording
MARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO.
Ge. Knights of Columbus meets
everv seconJ and fourth Tueslay
in the West Hall. Century cu'Id
lng. Ninth and Olive streets. Vis
itn kntg:it cordially Invited.
W. L LEE. Granl Knlght.
F. P. Lecnaid. Recurder.
MOUND CITY COUNCIL. NO. 154.
National Union, meets en second and
fourth Fridays each month at How
ard's HalL comer Gaulson avenue aid
Ollv, street, at ft o'clock. Next meet
ing. July IL Award for attendance.
F. E. GUNN. President.
Richard E. Berger. Secretary.
STANDING ELK TRIBE. NO. 3S.
Irr.Droved Order of Red Men. meets
every Thursday sleep at Druids' Hall
southeast comer Ninth and Market
streets. First Thursday of each moon.
Adoption degree, second Thursday. Warrior's de.
greet third Thursday. Chiefs degree: fourth
Thursday, tribal business. Visiting chiefs Invited
to our councils.
WALTER C. MOORE. Sachem.
El Srovll. C. of IL. 3343 Wash street-
GRAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI.
Royal Arcanum. :u-31l Holland
Bulldlrg A cordial welcome to visit
ors, friends, tretln-n and members
from abroad. F. H. 1IACON, O. R.
Jere Haldeman. Acting Grand Secy.
RlTer and Business,
narbor gauges yesterday marked U.t feet. Indi
cating a, rli. of .5 of a foot In the last 21 hours
Business along the river yesterday was poor,
owing to the holiday.
Weather, generally fair.
Belle of Calhoun CiarksvIUa
Otv of Sheffield. ................ ..... ..Grand Tower
Spread Hagl. ..... -...Alton
leters Lee... . .....v. ............. ....Memphis
City of Clifton
City of Sheffield
spread Eag!. ......
. a -. IOQ
ycn (,, .t . - xvcokujc
Grv Cade ... ...............Commerce
ChfMrT - Cape Glrirdeau
B-UJ K!e ............ .......Peoria
iwl'.c nf Calhoun Louisiana
Sprnid Kaste .................... ..............Alton
V. H. Grapevine illsiouri River
River Klalto Brevities.
Among the pajs-nsers on the City or Clifton.
that aepatted vole.day afternoon for th. Tennes
see River, was M. V Ford, a Confederate vet
eran, on his way la the Vttertn's Horn, at Nash
ville, Tenn. Ine aged soldier had been robbed
at Union Station Tnursday evening upon his ar
rival from bt, James. Mo. Captain Massen-al
of the SL Louis and Tenressee River I'arket
Company, upon learning of hut predicament, fur
The Piters L-e arrived from Memphis early
yesterday morning, bringing In i.Oi sacks of
whtat. Sre departed In tne aftemocn with heavy
The City of Sheffield arrived from Grand
Tower yenerdar and departed In the aftemocn
with good ralronage.
The Spread Eagle took out a large crowd of
excursionist, on her trip to Alton yesterday.
The Joale will depart to-day for White RIv-r
to bring In a. tow of legs. Captain Dippi. will
Among the passengers on th. City cf Clifton
yesterday were: E. St. Stevens and wife. Major
W. H. H. Miller and wife. John a Brown, wife
and daughter, and Mls-es Lilly and Mamie Peter
son. -The Grey Eagle will arrive this morning from
tjommeroe and depart in the aftemocn for tie
The Qutner departed for Sl Paul yesterday
afternoon, taking out 13S passengers, who are
maklns the round trip.
.The Bald Eagl. will anlre- from Peoria to
day. She goes out In the afternoon on the re
Th. Sidney will axrtr. this morning- frcra
Bon., Stock & Grain Brokers,
112 H. FOURTH ST., SSSZ.
Jlncastri for Ftnley Barrel! Jt Co.,
Direct Private Wires to
Chlcaxu Board of Trade.
TOrr 1 orli Stock Gicbange,
Xerr York Cotton Eicliange,
Special Facilities for Trading; In
Loci.! securitien Iloni-ht Xor
Cash or on Msrgln.
AGLE PACKET COMPANY,
Tile tiuly bide-Wheel Steamers Fo
GAPE QIBAisDEAU. COMMERCE
Ard ail may iar. it-g- Leje wharfboat. foot cf
Vine st. Str CAPE GIRARDEAU. Monday, and
Fi.'Uj. L p. m
.i'- ol:KY EAGLE. Wedmeduys and Satur
, . J t ru.
Ituund ir.p to Commerce, io.W. I lnciudlnc
lb Lrd Trip -.o Cjpe Gl'an'eau. COO. 1 Berth.
Making a special evcursiun on Saturdays, ex.
clianxia wa:j at "jrand Totver, returning by
:.- cape Girardeau arriving at Sl Louis Mon
day rnurniftg. Round trip, inciudlrg meals sad
Str. Bald Eagle for Peoria and all way land
ings. Wednesdays and Saturdays. 4 p. m.
1 bene Main S2. H. W. LEYHE. Agent.
St. Louis an Tennessee Ri..r Packet C..
Great Tennessee Klver Roate.
Excursion Season Now Open.
htr. CITY or MEMPHIS.
Only 113 round trip.
Will leave wharftoar. foot of Pin
street. Wednesday. Julr . at I D.
nu for Cape Girardeau. Cairo. Metropolis. Pa
Oucan and all landings on Tennessee River, to
JNO. E. MASSENGALE. Agt.
1'hone Main 4VA and A 113.
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
To Memphis. $7.00 Itonnd Trip, 910.00
Including Meals and Berth.
For Chest-r. Urand Tcwer. Caps Girardeau.
Cairo. Memphis, Helena, Greeavllle. Vlcksbnrg
and N'jtci ez. takln freight for all way landings
tnls side of New Orleans end landings on Arkan
sas luver to line Blurt.
Rees Lee. Tuesday. July S. 5 P- m.
Peters Lee. Friday. July 11. 5 p. m-
rttni s,narfrat. foot of olive at.
Phone: Main 10U: Kiniocn A lis,
W. E. Albitz. Ctm. AgL: D. M. Connors. Osa.
COLUMBIA PACKET COJIPAXT.
Fact freight and fine passenger accommeda.tloss.
The only regular file. Genevieve St. Marys and
Leaves every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
ai 4 v. ra frra Diamond Jo wharfboat
Round trip. S3. Including meals and room.
HUNTER BEN JENKINS. General Agent.
Phone Mala 3447A.
St. Louis - Chester Gape Birardaa. Line.
STR. CITY OP SHEFFIELD.
Will leave- wharfbeat, font of Pln street. Men
cays. wdnescavs and Fridays at i P. m, for
Grand Tower and all landtags.
Will leave Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays at
4 p. m. for Caps Girardeau and all principal
landings. Quick time, best accommodations.
Phones. Main 4A and A 113.
JOHN E MASSINOALE. Agent.
DliHOKD JO LIKE STEAHERS.
A delightful three and four days cuting.
For Poppleton. Hamburg. Mailer's,
Clurksville. Louisiana. Hannibal.
I Qulncy and Keokuk.
Leaves Saturday. July 5. at 4 p. m.
FOR ST. PAUL
And Intermediate Points.
STIL DUBtaUE. Tuesday. July 8. 4 p. rs.
STK. aUIMTY, Sunday. July 13. t p. ra.
From wharfbeat. foot of Washington arena.
Phons Main 3447A. L P. LUSH. Gen. Agt.
Steamer Belle of Calhoun,
Th. only regular Calhoun County packet. leaves
wharfboat. toot ot Locust sL. Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 4 p. m. for Calhoun county land
ings: round trip J3.50. Excursion through to Lort
IsUna every Saturday. Round trip, J4. including;
meals and berth. LAWRENCE MACDONALD.
Phons Main 333. General Agent.
" ST. LOUIS AHD HERMANN PACKET " ClT
Leaves foot of Carr sL SATURDAY. JULT a,
at 4 p. m for Washington, New Haven. Hex
rnann. Jetl.ts.an City. Sandy Hook. Giles and all
way landings. LAWRENCE MACDONALD,
phone Main 72S. General Agent.
Burllnzton and depart In the afternoon for Xo
kuk. The W. H. Gravevln will depart this afte--cocn
for the Missouri Rtvtr.
The Belle cf Calhoun will depart for Louisiana,
and way landings this afternoon.
PIttsburir. Pa.. July 4. Rlvr 35.1 feet: sta
tionary. Weather clear and warm.
Cairo. 11L. July 4. The river r?se Li oot dnr
tag th past 34 hours, the gauge reading 37.S
fecL Th. waather is dear and very warm. To
day was perhaps the warmest ot the reason.
The Fritz, from th. Lov-er MU'Lulrpi. arrived
at 3 a. ra. with 3 barges of logs lor Mocnd City.
She returned south at 3 p. m. The Dick Fowler
arrived from Paducah at 1 p. nv. havinir an
exc-ision on board. She took aboard several ex
cursKAlsts her. and went to Columbus. Ky.,
returning hero and epartlng tor Paducah at
au r. m. Tn. City ot Cave Girardeau, frcm
SL Luuls. with 37 excirslonu-j aboard, arrived
at 3 p. m. nd retumea to SU Louu at 7 p. m.
She eld a good business coming down. Shs has
largo engagements tor wheat on her up trip, in
cluding -.CJO sacks at Commerce. Th. Ceorgia
Lee departed for Memphln at 5 p. ra., with
fair trip. The Araloa is due from Memphis.
Th Rees Lee will b due from SL Louis to
morrow. Burlington. la., July 4. The rlrer Is t ft,4
inches above low-water mark, n rise ot 1 inch.
Weather partly cloudy and warmer. Etolre U
and out from Keokux. W J Young out fur
Davenport. Ottumwa in from Fort Madison.
Paducah. Ky. July 4. River gauge reads 1S.S
feeL The Tennes.ee arrived out ot tne Tennessee,
Klver early this morning and leaves on return
trip to-morrow evening. The Dick Fowler d-
farted for Cairo on tine this morning. The Jo
"owler from Evansvllle this evenlnr at ldB
and left on re 'urn trip at 4 o'clock. The Mary
Stewart from Golconda arrived at 430 this even
ing and leaves on return trip to-morrow at 1
Memphis. Tenn.. July 4. The river here stands
15.3 feet on the gauge, a rise ot 1.3 toot In ths
last 21 hours. The Jtees Lee arrived this morning
from SL Louis with 3.&K packages merchandise
fcr this place and returned at 3 p. ra. with ztt
bales timers. lot sundries and a good trip. The
James Lee departed at S p. m, for Friar's Polnc
Tne Sadie Lee departed at 5 p. m, for Ashport.
The City of Idaho departed at 4 p. m. fcr Fulton,
Receipts by river to-day. 1 bale cotton.
Grand Tower. 111.. July 4. Chester down at 4
a. ra. Grey Eagle up at a. m- Cape Girar
deau down at ? a. ra. Chester will pass up about
c p. ra. The gaue reads 32.3 feet and rising-.
Weather clear and warm.
Chester. 111.. July 4. Down boats: cnester st
It last night, Columbia at 1:30 a. m.. Cape Girar
deau at 3 p. m. Up: City of Sheffield at 11 last
nishL II. M. Iloxle and tow at S a. rn.. Colum
bia at 11 a. ra,. Grey Eagle will pass ud it
p. ra. Due up: Chester- Weather clear and
warm- Gauge 30.S feet and rising.
SL Paul. Minn.. July 4. Steamer Dubuqu. ar
rived at 834 and lett at 13:3.) this morning!
brought In UG passengers and took out 80.
Vlcksbuic. Mias.. July 4. Cltv of Camden rtus
no in place ot the Natchez. The Delta Is ever
due from Memphis. Tbe Senator '."orJlll cleared
for Natchez en time.
Wheeling. W. Va.. July 4. River feet i
Inches: rising. Clear and warm.
Cincinnati. O.. July 4. River 35.5; rising.
Clear and boL
Louisville. Ky.. July 4. River stationary; la
canal J.9 feet; on falls 7.7; b!ow locks 33.8,
Clear and hoL
Evansvllle. Ind.. July 4. River rising; 30.5
Clear and warm.
New Orleans. La., July 4. Weather partly
cloudy. Arrived: Valley Queen, the Bends.
Fonrtta Celebrated at Albambrn.
Alhambra. I1L. July 4. The Fourth was
celebrated her- to-day with a big picnic
under the auspices of the Enterprise Band.
A big crowd was prerent,
Ifolilen Had BIjc Celebration.
Holden JIo.. July 4. For the first tbar
In many years Holden celebrated tha
Fourth. A large crowd from the surrouDd-,
Ins country attended. The feature of the
day was the address by R O. McXJn of
Celrbrntion nt TVerr Donslas.
New Douglas. I1L. July 4. A. large cele
bration was held hero to-day under the,
auspices at the St. Ubaldus Catholic
Church. B. Breess Glass of Edwsjdryllla
was cne of the spookus.
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