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THE KEPUBLIC: SATUKDA Ir. NOVEMBER 17. 1900.
ROOMS FOK RENT.
Three Line for Five Cents
Each Additional Line Five, renta Extra.
ALL desiring nice. comfortable rocm. 3c a
a; JI.33 a week up 'White House, southwest
eoroer Ninth and Pine; trlctlv tlrst-cla
RIDDLE St. 1TJ2 Two ricu. Urge ur.furnlshel
rooms, with water and attic; ver cheats
BREMEN Ave. 1117 Nicely fumUhed front
room, with hot and cold Lath; convenient lor
street car men.
CARR St.. 1733 Nlcclv furnl'ieJ larce front
connecting room", ccmrleto for housekeeping,
with cook stove; desirable dovvntowi location, all
conveniences, very reabOnable.
rA?5 Av.v 5SeYV Trmt room for ltcllt house
keeping, all convenience, rt ionable
CASb Av. JSi3 Neatly fural'hcd roon-t for
ertlemcn or houv:kceplns; all com enlencc
CHEbTNL'T St . :i3-Ono nicely furni-h-d
room In private famll).
CHESTNUT St.. 110DU Neatly fuml'lied fropt
md hacl: roorr for Gentlemen or light houc
CHESTNUT St . CM Newly and nratlj fur
nished room: all modern conveniences. Iran,
stents: 50c and 31 per night.
CLVRK Axe., 1126 Neatly furnished room for
light housekeeping and roomers, ill conven
iences: $1 per week and up
V)MPTOX Ave, .36 X Nicely firmlhed
rooms for light housekeeping, nil conveniences
COMPTON Ave.. 1113 N Furnished or un
furnished lack parlor with or without board;
COTTAGE-Ae. ;S10 rumlhed or unfur
nished room, with or without board, no objec
tion to child; ro ladles
DELMAR. 4311 Woll-furnisncd iccond-tory
frort; furnace he-it. hot bAth. SIS month. il
Edjolnlng room, 512; cents: references exchanged
DICKr-OX St 7 IS4 Soord flior front and other
rooms for gentlemen e.r houekeeph g. all conveni
ences; fine neighborhood. Spring ae cars.
"EASTON Ave. SOI? Two co-meeting roof
fiont and rear parlors, for gentlemen or linht
housekeeping: to &o per wecK
r.lutlTI.K.MJI bt . llii ..-.mcv iiui- -i
completn ror hou-tketrlng. tvvo large front
rooms- downtown location, desirable, all convc-
ELEVENTH St . 3410 r- Two tonrectlrg roo-n
furnished for light hous-keering. with water la
hall: 37 S3 tier month. alo front room. SJ.
.-. . . F .... f.l.knJ ..Mnil.
story rcom; small private famil , bath. h-at; al.
conv eniencs; nice location; rates reasonable
FOURTEENTH St. 5131 N M'elv furmhcl
front room, Eecond floor, for one cr two gent'.
FOURTEENTH St.. 1313 P Mcolv f Jrnihe.l
room; all modern consiliences, terms roasuna
llc. 0Mm,E Pt.
rent single cr
eniences; K e .
y!6 Three furnished rooms
"-'.te. trlvate fimlls . all con-
GARRISON Ae, 1317 N 1'urnlshed rooms for
light housekeeping, in private famllj. all conven
iences. "gAURIsON Ave. 1X1 Two connfctln; fur
nisled rooms In private family for light hout.
keplng or couples
HICICORT St.. 12H Ft! n'.shrci front room, rca
urable. alsa. tro for llfht housekeeping
JEKranSON Ave. 101 S Furnished or un
furnished rooms; all ccuvcnienceH. reasonable.
l.CI.EDE. ;C2 Larse front room, recond fleer.
furnUlfd or unfurnllitii; private familj: no
children, rent rea'onpble
I.OCIVT t , HIS Mce large clean rooms.
newly fumi"h-d: hot hath, gas furnace; line lo
cation, very reanable.
UT15 Uf. 73-Hand"OTlv furnished sec-
ond-stor- front room; all modern conveniences,
I.UCAS. :31 Nicely furnished rooms; soutl ern
exposure: bath: good furnace heat: also unfur
"ilABKET sC10H rurnlhed rooms for rent
ct reasonable rates; In the center of the hulncs
part or the city
MAKKET i-t.. 13l Large front room, newly
apered nnd finely furnished; gentlemen cr lUht
ousekceplng: also nice hall room, with stove.
MOHGAN St., 1S0 Elegant room, b-st, inc!t
n 1.A nmsxA nti. n.s.-. ilti sfsm.nla n lhl"H?
UiT H1C UILKV j , fc-- Wl iivtvuui. u-'" J -..-
card If Cesire3, all coiutniences.
MOl'fi ' sl. ri Wn, rleel furnlshpd sec-
nMltor front room. fu'-nWie-iI Mmrlf-e for
hougeket-plnc: ery conxtiilt-nce. $Iu month.
NIMTTEEXTH St. SU X.-Cheapun lurniied
rooms In th cliy complete for houwXyins or
Ffntlemen. from c up; all ccnenlenctrs.
OLIVE SL. 21TJ Koatlr furnUed second-story
rcom: all oon enlencta; reasonable.
OLIVE St . 3S7A Neatly furmsy.ed narlorp, Pin
tle or en suite, for light housekeeping: also other
rooms; modern conveniences; reasonable.
"OLIVE SL, 2G4S NteeiT "iurn!hM rooTi fop
wjx or houeleepIrp; J1.25 a tv. ek anJ up, hot
and cold "water, tvlth bath, ca second Uoor
PAPIN" St., Hi5 Klcelr furnished front rocm
for hoasekeeplng; J2 -week.
PAPIN St. ISM. Southeast Corner Nevilr fu--nlhed
rooms for Rents or housekeeping, 7c, $1
rd up; all conveniences.
ii.RA3I St., 711 X, Near Delmar Two nicely
furnished rooms for light housekeeping, reasona
SHERIDAN A 201 Ono room for light
hotikplng; southern exposure, ell Lonveu
lences; rent reasonable.
SIVTUENTH St . S2-5 N NIcMy furnished
front room; 1 and Jl 25 weekly third floor.
SUBlirtBAN Ae , 315 Four room", tath, vr. c,
china and clothes closets; cellar; xnartU. ncnlj
papered; J10 bcott -. IVrrar, 15 Chestnut.
"sUMMlTATel. S0-I. TZat St. Louis Iarpe front
room and board for two K"ntleinen. rrodern resi
dence; ffood location; terms moderate
ST. CLAIR "Ave . 993. East SL Louis Nicely
fumlshd front room; fumac hcaL
THIRD SU 11 X Sleeplng-roomi. 1 -nreevl;
lloht housekeeping, SI. 15 to tl.W
"TENTH. SH N". Xlctly furnished rooms tvith
light arid heat.
TENTH fct . 109 N'. Nicely furnished roorrs for
gents. (1 per Tieek; also room for light, house
ktp!ng; hot end cold bath.
TWELFTH St . 216 S Large front room fur
nished to accommodate four joung men, trms
err low; accommodations good
' WALNUT SU 2703A-xiccly furnished. large
frot room for couple
WASH SU lStiG-Laree front room, furnished
for housekeeping; cook stove; water la room.
WASH "f-Ul?l)7 Nicely furnished, largo ard
email rooms, complete for housekeeping, tine
dontcmn location; cheap.
"WABHlNCrTON Ave.. :-Ncwlr furnished
econd-stury front; also other rooms
"WASHINGTON-AveT" I13-NIce!y furnished
front rooms; vrcll lighted; vcltlt Are; ch-sip rent.
WASHINGTON Ave lto:-1513 Neatly fur
nished rooms for gentlemen; eecond floor front
and light housekeeping rooms.
"WASHINGTON Ave.," 1M3-Newiy furnlhed
rooms for gentlemen only; 75c to X- 50 per week;
lire, hot water hath: lunchroom
WASHrNOTON Ave, 2KI Neat, clean rooms
with filtered watcrr furnace heat; hot bath; from
SI up; large room, housekeeping. (2.
WASHINGTON Av e . 1013 Very nicely fur
nished side room; sultahlo for 4; 7c each, or
for two very cheap; nice. Quiet, respectahlp.
WASHINGTON Ave., iai-Desrab!cwoU-fu71
nlshcd front and other rooms; one unfumlchfd;
modem conveniences: very reasonablu rates for
ItOOIIS WITH DOARD.
Three Lines for Flv e Cents.
Bach Additional Line Five Cents Extra
ArtlSTOCTlATIC boardlnc: river hluffs- -frA.it
room; 43 doubla windows (Canada fashion), mak
ing houao warm and cozy; entranm front orchard
4703 B. uroaaway.
BELL Ave.. S137 mall furnished front room
ultable. for two. with me; rent reasonable;
board If desired.
" CHESTNUT St. 3316 NIcJy furnished front
room for two rentlemen; with or without hoard;
hot bath: -team heat.
CHESTNUT St.. SS23-J4; lare. sunny front,
for two: excellent board; hot bath, gar, heat,
prirato family; own home.
CHESTNUT SU 3101 WelUnrrton Hotel; nice.
Iarg rooms: flrst-class board and rervlce: mvals
sdl hours: all conveniences, reasonable terms.
CHOUTEAU Ave. 1101 Rooms. Tilth board,
tnd rooms furnished compkto for light housc-
CHtJUiiAu avc., ji r.icgant sunny iront
room for married couple or two gentlemen, with
or without board.
COOK Ave.. 36S3 Nicely furnished rooms;
tuthem exposure: with or without hoard; bath,
heat- even' convenience; rates reasonable.
COOK. Ave., iiuuuc nic-!j lunusneu "twna
story front room and one back room; first class J
beard: uvery convenience: gents preferred 1
COOK Ave., 3S45 Largo Eecond-storj' front
rtm- iiCTly furnished: all conveniences; Mnall
jirlvato family; board If desired; no other
"cC'UPU or two gentlemen looking for warm,
nm'oruibls home, with good hoard and rcascn
ableprlJes, caU at 3C5D tnnne.
DELVAR Boulevard, 4113 Second-story front
nnrtlnc and other ronms- tirst-class board;
mndsrar references exchanged.
DI3LWAB Boulevard. 43C0 Elegant sunny south
rocri" for couple or two gentlemen; nrst-ciasa
bcrd'; 110; also slnglefront room.
DSLMAR Boulev ard, 4500 Nicely furnished second-floor
moms; furnace heat, hot nnd cold water;
hoard; every convenience, couple or gentlemen
TilCKBON SU 1903 Well-furnished room, with
r,rird- modern conveniences; 57 per for two; S
fori: teated bathroom.
"tttCKBON'su Mil (Cor. Gnrrlson) Elrst-class
rnm and board for two; private family: steam
hSt; reference, Required.
"" VivifST Ave,, 3GM Nlcdy furnlhcd rooms.
with go'4 Board! furnace heat: private family:
" inNN15T Av e., 3963 Nice. scond-story front
room: flrst-class board; all modem conveniences;
' STTNET Ave.. 36j Elegantly furnished seo
nnditorf front and other rooms; b ith. hent. hot
and coM water; fln,t-class board; reasonable;
rmjS5 Ave.. 11 N. rurnlshed room for
roapleor gentleman; modern conveniences; good
' . lL nran s !.-. -.1 ... Al.s. . I cfi A-?
IIRXXIJ A0. -'-'' lU .-irsdiiiij au-iav.
frr-T riv-mx- -nuthrn expo-ire. -with or without
Ir i(7' r - fr iTrriavec nnd four horses.
noOMS -WITH HOARD.
Three Unes for rive Cents.
Each Additlcn.il Une Flv Cents Extra.
GRAND Ave . 514 N.. "Tlie Slicrherrion." his
rhnngtd ovvmrs: big nduvtlon In rati-, h-init-torrelj
furnished rooms, marble blths. jurlor'".
smoker, telephone, choice tulslne: location un
surpassed, six car lines; day board.
HICKOnYPt7lM,'-Nlc'ly fuml'hed rooms,
southern etpo'ure: gentlemtn or com les; hot bath
and gas; good board. Verj reasonable.
JErran?ON Ave. 316AS Nice front pirlor
for one or two gents In private famll of tluce;
with or without boaid, reasonable
L..vrAETTnAveT:(!'"i Ts'ice room" for two
Soung ladhs, home board and contorts
l-MWYETTrTAveT'lS Nicely furnished see
on 1-story front room, with all conveniences,
Uiard if dt sired.
I-OCU&T "st . :;7 Nice. warm, second-story
room, rirst-class bc-ard; day loatdt-rs wanted
1X)CUST tTiS2;-NeatIv- furnished second floor
sunnv room, choice board, home cooking, hwt
Inih. funiiLi; rates for winter.
LOCUST St. Tsbo-and 1KC Elefant roonn and
flrn-class bvafd and etrvlce. vlsircra accommo
dated rates to permanent parties.
I3CUST St . TATJ Nicely furnished second
floor frort. single or en sjite: also olh-r ro ins,
choico Lo-vrd. hot bnth, gas, furnace
lOCUST-S 3S-lJirgei rewly fa'Tikhcd
rrnm. one n nil front room: first-cliss boird and
s-rvlce: horn' cooking, convenhn s gi 25 wek
IjKU-iT l . Tm7 I.irce. ileslral'le ucms,
ehelee t.-ble. bath gas. furmre. rtrt-.-lass rv
lce, references echint,ed: rates for the winter.
r)CrT fat. :n; Desirable front rooms,
choice table. I ot bnth. rurnace hot. mar I nion
fetation and wholsjle district. rei-inah!e terms.
IXC"Us.T m as Rfsimlile frort nnd lark
rooms board If desired: hot bith. gis. furmee
heat, nrs-t-class aTorrmodatlons, rates for wirti r
TCl"ST t. 5113 llnnd'omclj furn'shed rooms;
choice table, nil conveniences. Ilrst-el3s sorvke;
rentlernan roommato wai.tid; refemices ex
changed I)CUfeT St.. 1M4-Select boarding house nor
1'nlon Pution. wholesale and letall dlstrl. t; vis
itors accommodated, rates to icrniaiim parties:
UVli Ave. ;ui Setcnd r.oor room for two.
also small hill txom. lwar.1. rcfeienie
l.l'fs Ave, 210C Ph isaut rOulns v'lli giOd
loard gas and hot hull; reasonah'-jnti -
I.VOS Ave 3JJ3-Tvio lov.-lv lomis, single or
en suite, with board, all couvsiii-ncts, turnaiu
LITAS Ave.. ;m-Iirge deslral le vvrll fur
r.Mied front room, also s-,all room: cl olc- tnhle.
1 i,t bath. i.as. furnace he it. rute lur vvinrer.
LUCAS Ave. :fl3 Thn-e nice. unfurn'fh-d
robins, one furnished, choice tabic; lrlvate fam
ily. homellU. all convtnlci.c: rates for the
"llePHElthON Ave 4:iJ-l'rlvnte fimlly cin
accommodate two adults with Lr-t-ilass apar.
rrents and board, f send front: south, ero"-
"SllSnrill Ave let". Opro'lte Lafav.tte Fnrk
Eh-gantlj furnl-1-e.l second ron' tront and
other roorrs. choice boird. gent- or ccuplc.
:.!OI'.0 VN St "70S Elcgantlv furnished room
with bond for fjur soung men; ga", hot t ith
and nil lonvenicncts
3lOHGAN m .Is Elepant room ml bonrd for
two; also. fonn"itlnc rooms for three, J4; all
conveniences, hented bnth. pnrlor. piano, etc
"" XIoTtGAN fat.. T1i-lirge flnelj furnisl ed
second floor front room, hrst-class board and ac
commodation, also one small room; all conven
iences NINETEENTH St . K7 X -Nlcelv furnished,
large front room In irlvate fanilv. with lw.'rl.
for two centl'rrtn. detirablo downtown location:
OTIE l . 4263 Hest bonrd, benutlful rooms,
sorth-rn exposi.rc: hot-vv liter heat: references.
"OLIVE St . r-lJDeslrahle second flo" front
and other rooms, rood bond: horn cooking, all
conenitn-s. farnace he-tt: teisonab'c term.
OLIVE Pt . 3711 (Record noor) Two nlcelv fur
nished second-storj front roon. with or without
loard: small rrlvate famllj: every convenience;
PINE t . S?j2 NVv-1; furnl'hed rooms: flrst
clas Loard: fi.rna c h-'at. Lot bath; terms rt.n
l'INE t . C' Nlelv furnished room In pri
vate famllv. vith or vvlthi.ut loard; all convei.
lences. rerm reasonable
"SOUTH front room, v 1th boird; private fari
113'. on car line. Box Cl Webster Groves
KMrLE Ae.. 1910 Large, neatlv furnl.hel
second-iloor front roum. select hoard: hot an
cold bath; furnaco holt; homelike; reasonable.
"TWEI.rTIISU 23 A S Neatly furnished room',
7".cto 173 per week; suit ible for married cou
rles: hoard $3 per week, convenient to all cars.
VERNON Ave. tXSEcellent accommodations
for couple or two cnulerrcn. with board, modem,
with home comforts; references
"WASHINGTON ETlC rirM-class room anl
board, steam heat; terms ?1 per day
WASl7iNGTON Ave MB New lv furnished
rccms for gentlemen onlj: 7jc to SIM per vvevk,
fire, hot water, bath: lunchroom
WASHINGTON Ave. 3117 cecond ard third
flior front, rooms: furnace neat, good table, de
sirable for gentlemen or couple; reasonable.
WE;T BELLE Viae. 13n2 Large, rlcely fur
nished, second-storv front room: closets furnace,
grate, modern appointments; good hoard; nrlvate
IV lTriTIETf eif in rtrtiveen finnev- and OoolC
Aves Furnished room, with flrst-class board
ROOM! AMI llOAnD WANTED.
IIOAUD for father ard two children: must he
reasonable and motherlv care. L"i3 S Thirteenth
BY a jounp man. steady nnd sober, a furnished
room In Cit'iollc family, near Water Toner. T.
J. T., Baden T. O . North Station, city.
rUnNISnEDrPom. for lltrht housekeeplnr:;
Ifis; clean anl re"pectiblc; for couple; reasonable;
rjood locality. A C2. Ilepubllc.
QUIET couple wh one very larse, or tvo con
necting room", n'cely furnlihed for llitht house
kteplnp;. where no question0 will bo asked; stato
location and price. T d9. Republic.
ROOM and board hy centlerran of 43 In home
of slnele ladv or vldovv ; everjtliinir must ho
homelike SI ."2 Republic.
TO LET FOR ni'SIMSSTURIMJES.
OFITCE. Apply at Malkey . McIIal", 320 ills
OLIVE & 10th
BELL TELEPHONE GO.
The above suite of
rooms are situated on
the Southwest Corner
Seventh and Olive, in
the handsome N e w
They are the second
floor corner rooms
and are the handsom
est and most promi
nent rooms for rent in
St. Louis. The build
ing is modern and
fireproof in every par
ticular. For further
Mercantile Trust Co,
8TH AND LOCUST STS.
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HHAL lAT.ITU AT AUCTION. Ili:.I. KSTi" -" .wiwmj. I ai.nit.1 suuir-iiii
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016-1018-1020 MARKET STREET
, LOT 60x135 TO AN ALLEY.
FOR 'lEims SEE
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HOOII'I VTES WAM'ED.
GENII.EMAN dtslrei roommate frjnt room,
lit it. lath good tibl' boird; referc.ni.es tv
ihalikCl i' 4 ltvpubllr.
EUOMMATL VN1EK r.rntlirnin romumitl
li nicel fiirnl-lu 1 rooii rnj.Krn coii.tuleiit-ts.
i: Peiin-vlvalili ave. last t-t. l.ouW, III
iioiiE. mioiin, eic, .iTi:n.
THREE or four unfurnished or furnished
room-, or Hat. good neighborhood, reaonabU.
X oS, Reiulllc
FOR RENT U'ABT'llIM1, FL VTS.
liiyil.E Ave, 5, N ir l.nclcde Hi e-room iiat,
with bith in I nil convcnler tes. secuPd st t . Jlv.
C. W UAKNES -'It, ainvv ris,ht building.
JOHN Ave H47. Coin-r B. rlr We Elegant
2it. five rooms, bath and two attic rooms, p",
furnace, etc., near Water Tov.er Mid Lroadwaj
LACLEDE Avi. 4J'3A six-room I'at. .vi.h
large bathroom, fiim.it', si tKturts und all t.ou
verlences. rtnt net !ncrt-usd, $23
-. W. HUlNEf. -It. Walnw right Li.lldlnT
"LINDELL Ave, 1501-1 iv e r o n. e'egint flat;
Jaitltor. thundtllers; no ciilMrcn, low rtnr
51 U'.Cl's. Ave. 3)A Eour elcgantlv papered
rooms, violets, porrellln Inth. iiund-j, gas.
elettrlcit. ni '- ntihl orl.on,!, schools, thiirches,
Eer.tou er Charming tars. $13
OBEIt Ave. MIS EUg mt Hits, fou- rooms,
bath, gas, etc , one block north of Water Towir
""SUBURBAN Ave. CJ03 Three-room llat: water
closet, bull. Suburban cars to fcuburlan ave
UTAH t . 210" Uour rooms, S3 per month,
south of Benton I'ark.
FOR RENT 1JVE1.I.I.N:.
PtCKSON St. 30'7 Convenient clem limi- six
rooms, gas. bith. liundrj . tin" ordir. $i2 30
RUTGElt St.. li)7-Seven.rooin unatnthed r.d
brhk liouse. yard and fall;!: gis and hath. Appl
'117 Dolman st.
FOR RENT FURMsilun HOUisES ANIJ
FI. VI .
JErrEItOV Ave. s;sjj l'urnl-hed i-econd-si'
rv ilvt of three rooms. 1 arh and attic, hot and
cold witter, to couple without children. J.'d
WEST BELLE. 4411 Tliree-room wrmr fl ut.
bith, torrplelelj fumls-bed, nlc. clean, southern
FOR. RE.NT xUSCEIXANEOUs.
""PINE St r 3123-Stable. with c still. granitoid
floor: water Inside; will rent reasunahl
IMPRO'D CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
31AGA.ZINU SU ZK2 rour-room Imu'e. stablo
for 6 horses; lot 26x130; water nnd gas.
1EN-l'.OOM"hoise; IoTm by 173 feet fin good
business dNtrlct: will make price low enough to
be irterestlng. Lf0, Kei'Ubllc.
A beautiful hono In this place for a.c.
THE CHOICEST LOT
la this loely place for sale at a. lor. figure,
5463 VERNON AVE.
11 rooms; lot 003-i;3; irust le ro'd: a labels
4367 Mcpherson ave
An elcpant now 13 room house, hardwood fin
ished; three bathrooms; beautiful lot, &ji1.j. rUl.t
on top of hill. Wo are Instructed to feUl this
at a bargain figure.
4168 WEST PINE BOUL.
14 rooms, beautiful house; finished In hard
wood ; eltgant location.
4219 WASHINGTON BOUL.
11 rooms; detached; beautiful lot; fine location.
Owner w 111 sell cheap
4922 WASHINGTON BOUL.
1J) room, detached, can be purchased nt very
low figure; buy at ones.
5215 DELMAR BOUL.
New, H ronmp; detached This house wns taKin
In by owrer under del of truat, and t'nfr
will sell It at what It coat him; easy terms. A
chance for a barpaln.
VON VERSEN AVE.,
nast of Oara a. on nore gone this vcrlc;
only 3 left-No. Z'JZi, ZZZ D34
V"e lme tlise nw. lotlv 10ronm hou.
all detached, which we can mii on tiy month
1 pament and it low ilgnrrs Tli"-i houses
nre onli one block north of Delmar ae. cars,
Will take small cash pament.
10 PER CENT NET.
Onlv I10.H0 for a 12 room home No 334 West
Pino boulevard; under lcafo for $1,200 per jcar.
Wc can oltr sevc-.il lots or tlati, new and well
built, payinz 10 per cent net.
What hae you tootlcrlo trade?
Look at the lots wc mvo for sile on Berlin
menoe bt-twivn 'lajloraml Eut'.lJ They arc
the iirLltn st In the city for the moncv.
Acre tract for salenoir tho Sew Washington
WORLD'S PAIR SITE.
33. 100. 50 acres, near the new World's I'alr site.
On 311'iourl Pacific Railroad. 2 acres of Ground
ard lovely houe, theap.
MOW TO LOAX
First Mortgage 5 and 6 per cent Loans tor Sale,
Thones Main 22, A 109:.
FARMS FOK StI.K.
rOR Sale or Exchanrrc 2W-acro farm: CO miles
east on 11 A. O R U . M ncres bcarinc fruit
trees; bargain 123 N. Eleventh st
HCAL nSTATE CARDS.
i'ANAGE ESTATES. COLLECT RENTi
LOVE & SONS, Real Estate.
Loan money nt v-ry oet rates and cost to
Urrovver. Notaries und CLiveyances J. E.
LOVE, ltpirt on Real Estate Values. J03 N. Stu
3IOM2Y TO LOAX.
On Femonnl Proiicrry.
PRIVATE party makes loans on pianos or
household good, v.usj paments, businoi conli
dcntl.il 315-310 I'ullerton bldg., beventli and Pine.
APPLICATIONS for loans on household cnods
receive cur prompt attention New York finance
Co. 207-b 3 Odd Fellows' bldg.. Mnth and Ollvf
JOHN W. STALEV. 318 Plae. roo-n 211. necotl
ates J25 to 5300 loans en furniture; low lares:
terms of payment to suit barrow er. coniidential.
I.OANS by private party on furniture or pi.ros.
business coniidential. il'scount if paid before
due 43" 15-nolst building. Mnth and pine.
MONEY to loan on furniture, pianos and other
good securities, on ea& ti nus, bus'ness strictly
confidential At 1001 Montan st
MONEY fjrnlshed salnr'ed peop! nnd t"ll
rrerchants wltlout ecurt: .a-y payments. Tul
man. mom 601. 211 N. Seventh st
THE ridel'ty Brokerage Companv. 31414 olive
Rt maki s loans on furniture at lowest possible
rates: easy paments: no extra charge.
BUSINESS cards Jl: billheads, statements,
ncteheads, II CO per thousand. A. P. Vltrej, 10S
N. Twelfth at.
CRF.sd.NT Printing Company, 8)7 N. Fourth
St. Fine commercial Job work; popular prices;
tend for samples
J. W. STEELE & CO , Book and Job Printers,
IK N". Third St Legal blanks and briefs a spe
clalty Tel. Main 1470.
IIUBUEH. STAMPS, SEALS AM) STEJf
CILS. ADAMS, the stamp man. 314 N. Sixth st.. rub
ber stamps seals, stencils, etc.; good, cheap,
quick; write for new list.
RUBBER stamps, rubber type, sign markers,
brass and aluminum checks; a' lowest prices.
Kasjer btamp and Seal Company. 916 Locust st.
PI.ACEn mining, without water, by uso"of
newly Invented machinery, which has been tested:
companv owrs srme as well as lands; no ma
cl lues for sal" at an price: large offer for con
trolllrg irteris-t alreudj elce.llr.cd. dividend fo
IWl guaranteed: enly limited amount of stock
Itr ale Addrcs D G Mining Co., care Irving
McGowan, 213 Laclede building.
AT 3 O'CLOCK
0H THE PREMISES
0., m Ohestnuf St.
KNIGHTS OK I'V'IHI.IS.
rA'STLE HALL. MONITOR Tlt-GE.
No fs. it of P meets every Thnr-day
rvcrlna- in Centurv buIUIng. Ninth and
Ollvn streel? Hall No 1. tenth floor.
"Work In Prt- Esquire anl Knight ranks at our
rext meetlrg Trii'-sday. November 13 Visitors
invited. .Members L-tpetd
GEO C. EGGER. C C.
W. J Otto. K. of R. & S.
& CASTLE HALL, RORnUT E. COWAN.
jCVi& N" 131. K of I' Wrst hall. Centurv
Q building Ninth and Ollie stre"t on
Morula v, November IB. at 8 p m sharp.
Builne! meeting and nomination of oftlcers for
the insuln terra. Visiting Knights cordially
Invited SAM S HARRIOV, C. C.
A tt.f Harry Roberts. IT. of n. A S.
j3 CASTLE HALT.. MI"SOURI IjODOE.
MVi2?No 2. It of r. Elks' Hall. Hi.llmd
m building Convention every 1'rlday even
ing Visitors nlvvnjs welei me
. GUS J. I'EIERS, C. C.
uaiirs i- i ink, K. or It h
CONFIDENCE LODGE. NO 121 K. OP
vrKV P meets -every Thursdnv evenlne at
jT Llfavette Hill. Seventeenth anl Ciss
ave ne Members expected to attend and
visitors cordial! Invited
IOIIN M HUDFON. C. C.
Willi in Tiber, K of R ft F.
PA5IOV LODGE. NO. "1. K Or P.,
3k mets every Wednesday evenlnr nt Era
S&rP te'nil Hill Elev.nlh nnd T?nk!ln nve-
' rue. Hrll No 1 Wrrk in nnk of Knight,
Novemler 21 Election rf ofilcers for ensuirg
terr Vovemler 2S M mh"rs are renuMfI to t
present nnl vi-Illng knlcht' crtnllnllv invlwd
PREP TOENGES C C
KUrrt: H. R Bermcl. K. of R. 4 3. 3713A
r ans avenu
Fl-TURE GnEAT LODOE. NO 2TC. K.
of P . meets every Wednesday evenlnp at
Iliward's Hall Thlrtlelh and Ollvo
slleet Nevt t"etlneilav eveninc No-
xem'xr .'I. woik in the ran't of Ejulre. Visitors
ROBERT T rrciT9CHLE, C. a
W A Robert". IC. of R. S. .
GOLDEN OOLDEN CROWN I onOE NO tX
J mi et eve-y rrlday evenlnr Hall No
. . xT, ,, 2. tenth floor. Centurv bulldlnp. Ninth
Lv&fJr ". nril Olive -treet, Vork in nnk of
5i Pace nt rxt convention. Prld-ir
Novrmher 16. All memlers expected
CROWN. Visiters cordlallv Invited
C A. WILLET. C. C.
Henry C. Pcntt. K. of R & S
. PACIFIC LOrOE NO. 204 K. OF P.
i2&ir meets everv ednesday evenlnrr In Cen
"ifl tnrv buIldlnB. Ninth nnd Olive streets
W rl in the rank of Pajre Wednesday
everlnc;. November 14 Memlers expected nnd
visitors cordtllly Invited
r. w. roi.K. c c.
J W. Campbell. K. of R. 4 9
PARAGON IIDGE. NO. F8 K OF P..
meets every Tuediv evenlnir. Hall No
3 Old Tellowf hallllnir. Ninth and Ollvo
tret. Next Tuedav. rark nf E-ouIrs.
Members unl visitor ccrdiallv invited
O. M RUTHERFORD, C. C.
Attej-t-Frarl: Joinon IC of R. A S
PREMIER LODGE. NO 213. K. Or P.
Next retrular mwt n?, Thurdav ivpn-l-c.
Noverrher 22. at Hall No. 1. Odd Feb
lowv bulldlnff. Worc In rank of Knlcht.
jiemters ard viBirors reuueinert to nttend.
nro. e stucket, c. c.
T F Wilt". IC rf R. A- !
l'.l II ( RCr-b LOIKJF. NO it K OF
ij.-ILy . III'-. 1-. Vfl t H!N'""Ii; III VUO I "1-
ft5? 11V.S1 Hall Mnth nnd Olive -treet Next
2f AVetlner iv rrirular eslen. Work In
amplified rank of Knight Refrohments and en.
Krtairmicnts. All knislits are InvItiM
M. F. DE.N. C. C.
Alfred IJovl. K. of n &. S.
55- WABASH LODGE. NO. 245. IC OF. P..
tull have, work :n the rank of Knight
on Tudd", November 21, at hill, at
Iiroadway and Rerton Visitor are wel
come J R KELAHAN, C. C.
I . H. Sa-hleben. IC of R & S.
WALNUT I.ODOE. NO 2S3. IC OF P..
meet every Th.irsday evening nt
itVlodt sharp a' Iirnid H ' in
corner Ninth and Market streets. Work
In nnk of Esquire, and eleittur ot ni.ui s.
verr-lcr 22 isltors cordially Invited, and mem
WILLIAM WAMAN. C. C.
W. J H Perkln. K of R. i S
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. K IC OF
P. meets ever Trldaj tvealng. west .-all,
Ma'onlc Temple, fceverth and Market
vlreets Work In the rank of Knlcht Frl-
ilay evening, November 21 1'rOJ Merrbers ara re
r)uetcd to be present. Visiting brothers always
wilcome GRANT LFCE C. C
J P Durrmlch. IC. of It. S . 3104 Clark ave.
AXCIUVT-FRCC AS D
CORNER STONE I.OI10E. NO 33, A.
V .. A. M. -special meeting Mondav,
November 13. liHi. at 6p. m , Granl Ave
nue Masonic Temnle. Grand and Finney
avenue. M M degree Regular meeting 7.30 p.
m : work 11. M. degree i-ltor co-dlallv wel
comed li I ERMATINGEH. W. M.
M. W. Smith. Fccretarj
A GEORGE WAWHINGTON LODGE. NO.
fV A- " A M. blatert communication
will b held nt 7.30 o'clock Tuesday eveii
' ing. November 27, nt Masonic Temple,
Grand and Finne avenues Work In M. M. de
gree Members earnestly requested and visitors
fraternally Invited to attend
W. L. REYNOLDS. JR.. W. M.
Hrnr-j LIhou. Secretary.
tL GOOD HOPE LODGE NO 211. A. F.
A- & A. M fctitcd communication this 9at
?S3r urdav) evening, at 7.J0 o clock, at hall,
' V No 7SH South Hroadwas. Work E. A. de
gree Members urged to be present, visitors In
vited. E. II. CHRISTIE, W. M.
Edward?? Baldwin. Secretary
MISSOURI I)DOE. NO. I. A. F. & A.
M Stated communication at Corinthian
xEjlr Hall. ?rand Avenue Maonic Tempi.
yr v Thursday, November 15. nt 7 20 p. m F.
C. degree Member required to attend. Visiting
brethren aro fratcrmllv Invited
GREGORY S. MILLER. W. M.
James A. Harris. Acting Secretars.
HARON9 OF HUXXVMKDE.
" ST. LOUIS LOCAL COUNCIL. NO.
1. Ancient Order Barons of Ru-ny-rocde
will hold a regular meeting at
i o'clock Thursdaj evening, No
v ember 15. 1900. nt their hill. No 4
Odd Fellows building, southeast cor
ner Ninth and Olive streets. Visiting
!r knights are fraternally Invited. .
JOHN WEERT3. Lord Marshal.
Attest: I A. Hail. Barcn of Records.
C01 Fullerton building.
INDEPENDENT ORDER ODD FELLOWS
CORAL LODGE. NO. 41G. I. O. O.
I. meets every tatunlay evenlnr at
Setts luitl Itlllon nnd Maneherer .ive-
''&?' nue. Members are requested to at
tend. Visiting brothers welcoin.-
C. M. DAVIS. N. O.
P. B Gratiot. Secretary.
OOLDEN SCEPTER LODGE. NO.
til. I- O O- F. Meets everv Salilr-
3--.. .. . .., . .: .1 ---
ris? oay evening ai jv'njiei nan. corner
'rrjv of Jcftern avenue and Petalozzl
street Isllors cordially Invited and members
expected to attend Noble Grand G. c. Green,
No 27)2 Ongo street. Recordli g Secretar. C.
W. Muec, No J315 Texas uvenue Financial Sec
retar . George S Fit. No 2f61 California avenue.
IS,. ST LOITS LOIMiK. NO 5. I. O.
kgO. F. mref even Saturday evening
CtV-nt fArl T.'ViMrtM'n llnll Vlt.,H nn,1
''Hvtifcc' Olive street Members are requested
t aneml visiii"g nrcinrs weicom
CLARENCE E DELAFIELD, N. G.
G N. Seldlltz. Recording Secretary.
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORICMES.
BAXStK l-UUtiU. HO. 12. A. O
U. W. Meets on the second and
fourth Saturday of each month at
Wenzel's Hall, corner Eighth and
Franklin ave. Visitors fraternally
J. r. STINSON. M. w.
Attest; Daniel Ryan, r.-ecrdcr.
ASCALON CO.viilAiS'jt.ln, ,va. IB, K.
jikb m -in 1...1.1 .i.imI ennelnue tt.te c.
frsSa daj) evening. S o clock, at Grand Avenui
daj) evening, s ocioci., at urana Avenue
-itseW- Maonlc Tcmpie. iteu e-ioss wm oe con
ferred. Visiting sir knights welcome
L. F. CAMPBELL, E. C.
W. H. Hawkey Recorder.
?iii-0 GRAND COUNCIL. MISSOURI
VCsSn Roval Arcanum, ;nj-311 Holland
iJfvsBt building. A cordial welcome to vls
"CTfifWS itor. friend", brethren nnd members
tThn from abroad. L. J. MEISER. O. R
ci Chas B. Cox, Grand Secretary.
jfi DELMAR COUNCIL. NO. S34. ROYAL
Slrt? Arcanum, meets; regularly on the second
'girv'ard fourth Monda of each month at
-1 West End Hall. Fltnev and Vandeventer
avenaes Visitors cordially welcomed and pleas
antly eaterta'ned. 1. H BRACKEN. Resent.
xv. K. jCvvrnnr.. Secretary.
& COI I'MBI IyHlGE. NO. "2 if OF
tf22e P . meets everj Tilesd ly evening nt 8
Sm o-cl'e Catlo Hill Centurj bull'lng.
tenth floor. Hill No 1. Ninth nnd Olive
I Mtn i-( iii'--ut t-v-im, ui'ioirr ft vv orK i"
rank of Knight Jlpmhers reniieted to atterd.
I- tors welcome. JOHN II. BCHULZE. C. a
J V D-mpsev. K. of R & S
.. .. " .,. I
BREMEN LOME. NO. 234. K. OF If.
Inc at Dremeu Hall. No S6J3 North
rMeventH trpit. All eTn1ehti of Unnur
iLvlted. WM. IL DAVIDSON. Dictator.
3S07 Waahinston avenue.
Mathew Eonn. Reporter, 2716 University street.
'ni uirv i.uutfi . iu. i k. or ir ,
meets iirsi ara vniru Buiurrijs ax -uoii-roo
Hall, southwest correr Broadway
and Monroe street. All Kntchts- of Hon
or Invited to our meetlnc
OTTO ROSENKRANZ. Dictator.
I'i20 North Broadway.
Peter Birth. Reporter. 2J2C Unlterslty street.
IIENP.T SHAW COUNC1L.no i. NATIONAL
Union meets at 8 p m. "harp on the see0n(j
Saturday of every month. Hull No. 9. third Hoor
fraternal bulldlnrr. corner Eleventh and Frank
lin avenues. Visitors cordially welcomed.
GEORGE LANTZ. President.
E. G. Wylle, Secretary.
MOUND CITY COUNCIL. NO. IS4. NATIONAL
Unlcn, meets on second and fourth 1'rlday each
nitrlh at Howard's Hall, co-nrr lajrrl'win ave
riue nnd Olive street, nt S o'clock. Next regu
lar meeting. November 23 Look nut for tre new
list of prizes effvred this year for frreatest ln
crea3e of memtersh!p.
JNO. S KIMBROUOH. Pres'dent.
Altet: Richard E. Bercer. Stiretary.
K.MGHTS OF FATHER MAT1IEW.
SUPREME COUNCIL. KNIGHT9 OF
Father Mathetr. Offlco 1S13 Locust
btreet Executive Board meets first
and third Fridays. 8 v. m.
DANIEL 0"'C. TRACV.
Supreme Chief t-lr Knlgnt.
Thos. S Eowdern. Supreme Ittcorder.
Itlsc anil Fall of the Rivers
Tor the tvventj-four hours ending at 7 j m.:
bt. Loul. lrida, Nov. IC J.-03.
Stations. Danger. Gaurre Change
l'ittshurir 2J.0 t 1 - 1
1'arki rsliurs 3t.'j 2 J ').l
ClnUrnitl & 0 CD 0 0
Ijiibvllle JS 0 3 1 -'.l
Nushvllle 41n 10 O.'l
Ch ntanooga 210 2 1 -o.l
1 lor nee 1 u oo -0 1
Ev-inivllle W.O t 1 '12
Johriunvlllo 210 2 j -0 1
s-t. Paul 110 11 -o.s
Dubuque ". 0 lu i -0 5
Uaveniwrt 15 0 8 -0 2
Keokuk is u 8 4 't."
Ies Jlolnes Haplds ; j ) 2
l'eor.a 110 ... ....
Craft. ,n 13 0 ... .. .
Omaha is 0
Kansa City y. o 7 3 0 0
Room. He -i 0 . ....
Hermann 2t 0 Z 0 -0 3
St. Louis CO.) 11 -0.3
Chester TOO s! -0.3
Cairo K0 1J.0 -ox
Memphis 33 0 ,.3 -0.1
Little Hock 22 0 1 S -0.3
Vlcl-sburK V. 3 l'.l -0 2
Shreveport 23 0 7 3 -0.4
New Orleans 15 0 4 1 ) 3
Rise. -rail. It. J. HVATT.
Local Forecast OftieUl.
The Ml'sllpri at fct. Ijmls reglsterel Jl s feet
xeiterdaj, showing a fall of .J In tvventj-four
Traftic active and generally heavy.
eather rainy and cold.
Indications for Saturday, unsettled and prob
fcpread Eigle ,
Clt of Peoria
W II Grap'vlue..
Rees Lee ,
Captain XL Meigs of Keokuk reports that the
Government canal at that city will close Tuesday
for the winter. The boom below the lower lock
was tuken In November 15. Work In to commence
njon on .v coffer darn, which will be built acros
the. lower end of the canal to drain the lock.
Charlev Sloan went out pilot on the Lonjr
fellovv. which cleared vesterday for Cairo.
Captain William Lev he. Jr.. accompanied by
Mrs Lehe. went to Alton by rail last night to
make a brief visit home.
Tho crew of the Sidney have returned to St
Louls from Quincy, after mooring the liner in
that harbor for the winter.
The Dolphin No 3 was out for Paducah at
noon jesterday to go Into winter quarters. Cap
tain lsubhens and Monte Davis in charge
Tho Davis dropped Into harbor from the Up
per Miss sslppl last night with the houseboat
Vojagrr and a naphtha launch in tow. J C.
Bentz, a mine operator and capitalist from Den
ver. Colo, has been crullng around Dubuque
and La Crosse on the pleasure boats for the lat
three months. With him are his wife and chill
ard two servant Captain R J. Wheeler has
been towing rafts with the Davis between bl.
Paul and Burlington, but he is now en route to
New Oleans to tow staves. He took the Vojager
and latin h In tow- at Rock Island and will take
them to New Madrid, where Mr Sentz will flsh
In Reel s Foot Lake, rilot C. Martin stood the
watches between nock Island and St. Lou!, and
Captain Wheeler Is now In quest of a pilot tq
take the Davis on South. She Is to clear faunday.
The Cltv of Peoria arrived from Hamburg
with good patronago and Is now being loaded to
clear this afternoon on a return run.
Steamer Reee Le. for Memphis and way
points, was out well patronized.
Steamer John IC. Speed departs for New Or
leans next Saturday.
The Spread Eagle was In and cut In the
Alton Oraftoi trade.
Steamer Grey Eagle cleared to Gipe Girar
deau. Commerce and way points last night with
The Columbia arrived from Cheter heavily
loaded to clear on a return trip tills afternoon.
Th Bald Eagle arrives from Peoria esrly this
morning nnd win return to lieardstown this aft
ernoon, departing at 4 o'clock.
The Cherokee will be found In port from Ches
ter early this morn'ng to return tM afternoon
t-he ii In largely patronized. Next Monday the
Cherokee's name will he changed to the Chester.
Steamer City of Memphis li receiving to de
part at 5 p. m. to-day for the Tennesee RJv e-.
The W. H. Grapevine came In from the Mis
souri River with good showing. She is nuw re
ceiving to return this afternoon.
Cairo. Ill, Nov. lb. The river fell .: curing
the last twenty-four hours The gauge reads 11. s
feet. 'Ihe weather Is cold, cloudy and moderating,
the Oakland from New Orleans arrived at 5 a.
m. with live barges containing freight. She de
parted for bt. Louts at i a. m. The City of
Clifton from the Tennessee Klver arrived at 10
a. m. with two lighters. She transferred her
freight aboard her and departed for fat. I.outs at
4 p. tn she has for that port 20.000 fet of lum
ber. 403 sacks of peanuts, 60 bales of cotton 3
carloads of staves and headings. 100 empty cases
and a lot of sundries. The Fritz departed last
night for the Lower illsslss put with tn o barges
of stone. The City of St. Louis, with, a fair trip
arrived nt 10.15 a. m. bhe pleked up coming
down 4.000 barrels of flour, which she got at
Chester. WIttenburg and Cape Girardeau. She
added 109 tons here and cleared for New Orleans
at 4 p. m. The Vernlo Mack from the Upper
Ohio arrived light at i p m. The 8 II H
Clark frcm St, Louis, with four loaded barg-s!
arrived at 1 p. m. bhe will add one barge here
ana will clear for New Orleans to-night. ThJ
Qoorgla Leo discharged I,M sacks of cottonseed
for the Continental OH Mill and a lot of sun
dries. She took aboard her freight to-day and
departed for Memphis at 8 p m. with a fair
"-"it,' 'x, ,Gtfly f Cxalr. Ky, met his
brother. Captain James Crusty, here to make the
round trip to New Orleans with him. Captain
I rank Dougherty of the Barrett L'n and Can
tata G. M. Slvely are here for a few day. The
Dolphin nnd the O. M Slvley are due from 6t
lAuls. Pilot S It. Wood and John ATWood
came from Pittsburg by rail. He Is on his way
to New Orleans to look at the river.
Memphis. Tenn , Nov. 16. River marks 3 feet
on the guage. a fall of .1 In 24 houra. Weather
fair and warmer; heavy frost last night. The
James Lm arrived last night from Friar's Point
with 623 bales of cotton and 1,321 sacks of cotton
seed and left at 5 o'clock this evening on re
turn trip. The Robert E. Lee got In last night
frum Ashport with 3S3 bales of cotton and J)3
sacks of cottonseed and cleared at 6 this even
ing on return The City of Idaho brought In
from Fulton D4 bales of cotton and 4SS sacks of
cottonseed and left at 5 this evening on return
Ihe Peters Lee from St. Louis discharged a good
trip and left at 4 this evening on return. The
City of St. Louis Is due from St. Louis on way
to New Orleans fahe will take the Hill Cltv
freight on to New Orlenn The Ferd Heroll
arrived this morning from Cairo with ts bales
of cotton and 3,1)56 sacks of cottonseed and will
clear to-morrow evening on return. River re
rUpts were 1.673 bales of cotton, 103 bags of seed
cotton and C.413 sacks of cottonseed.
Crand Tower. HI . Nov. 16. Tacob Rlchtman
arrived down at 10 p. m last night with twelve
empty cars and departed for Crstal City at 3:40
i. m. vvlth twelve cars of coal General Kins
with a tow of Government outfit up at 7 a. m.
United States tender No. 8 with a quarter-boat
up at 1:M p m. The gauge reads 11.9 feet, a fill
of .3 of a. foot In last 24 hours. Weather cloudy
Che ter. 111. Not. 16 River filllrg: gauge S.3
feet, eath"- rloiMy. Boats dor n: laeob uicht
man and barge. 7 last night. Cherokee arrived 2
a m.; G. M. Sivcly and tow 2 p. m. Boits up:
Jacob Rlchtman and b-.rge. 1.30 p. m.: Wm. It.
King and tow. 2 p m : Cherokee left for St
Louis at 2:20 p. m. Tender In and out on time.
Burlington. In. Nov. li The river has rlcn
Hi Inches lice lat report and I now 7 feet 4
Inches above low-water mark of 1S5I. The Elol-e
In and out from Keokuk. Weather sleeting and
Paducah. Ky., Nov. 16 River gauge reads 2.4
feet, a fall of .1. Regular packets arrived and
departed on time to-day. Weather clear and
Louisville, Ky.. Nov. 16 River fdlllng; cinal
3 ft-et, 1 Inch; on falls 11 Inches; below locks 4
feet 3 Inches. Clear and cool.
Wheeling. W. Va.. Nov. 16 River 3 feet and
stationary. Cloudy and cool.
Cincinnati. O. Nov 16 River 4.8 feet; fall
ing. Clear: mercury 43.
Evansvllle. Ind . Nov. 16. River 3.4 feet: ris
ing. Cloudy and warm.
PlttshLrg. Pa., Nov. 16. P.lver 3.2 feet, falling.
Cloudy and warmer.
THE WHITE MAX WHO
WAS STOLEN RY INDIANS
In childhood will be talked about to-morrow
In The Sunday Republic This thrilling ro
mance will be beautifully Illustrated.
Tito DrlUlant Color Sections.
THE OLD RELIABLE
maw . u
Located In St. Louis A. D. 18.18. sis days, others
by mail. Write full particulars of case and
reply nith medicine.
rollouinjr xv 111 be found a list of lirst
class hotels In territory tributary to St.
Louis, xv ith names of proprietor, rates, t'r
dav and pofulation of town Xonc bJt
tlrst-c!as hotels v. ill be presented, ard
commercial men may d- pend upon receiv
ing flrit-class accommodations at the hotels
HOT SPRINGS. AltK. Pop . 13.C-TO; Grat
Northern Hotel: nev.lv refurnished through
out; flrs-t-cla'a in all departments: fire
proof: electric, piov.atnr: elegant batnhousij
authority United States Government under
same roof; rates $2 to J2."i per daj-. $li.C0
to $17 50 perivtek. Frank Damron, prop.
CASEY, ILL -St. Charles Hotel; pop.,
2,000; rates. $2. J. Jl. Wilcox, prop.
rURCHLL, I. T.-Pop.. 3.0i: Hotel I-ove
where the commercial men slop; rates, $1
per day. Rrovvn Hros.. Propa.
CLINTON. MO Pop.. oW: Hotel Rur
rel; J. M. Rurrt.il, prop, and manager; flrst
class and modern In tvery particular; rates
K upper pampbell fieyer no. nentropoli3
lusas Ulty, fflo. 0 i-ron. u Hotel.
Both plans. Popular prices. Directly connected
uy aireet ears to an depot.
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO Pop., -t.nr-O; the
River View Hotel: boautifully situated,
ovtrlooktnrr the Mississippi River; rates,
$2 and S2.E0 per day. K. W. Dunlop, prop.
RICH HILL, MO Pop.. E,000. Talmasc
Hotel. S. C. Ad ilr, propr.; fit) per day;
good sample rooms.
GLASGOW. MO. Pop, 2.000. Price's
Hotel. Steam heat, baths and all modern
con enitneet; U per day. A. R. PRICE,
MEXICO, MO. Pop. COM; Hotel Rlngo,
the flrst-class hotel: Lcsh & Norin, props.
NEVADA. MO Pop . 10 000; Hotel Mitch
ell; Geonic Kahl. prop.; J2 per day; In the
heart of the business section; good sample
rooms. SALISBURY, MO.-Pop, 3.000. Ncal
Hotel. Close to depot; newly furnished;
good sample-rooms; flrst-cla-ss accommoda
tions. W. F. NEAL. prop.
OKLAHOMA CITV The metropolis of
Oklahoma. Pop, 14.S0O; Grand Avenue, the
largest and best appointed hotel between
Kcnsas City and the Gulf or Rocky Moun
tains. Rates 2 and uy. Fred Mjer, mana
ger. SHAWNEE Pop., SOOO, and growing.
Hotel Hollaed, the finest en the Choctaw
line, and the pride of Southern Oklahoma.
Rates, $2. H. Y. Rjan. prop.
A PERMANENT CURE
of the most obstinate cases gaarantcal
in from 3 to 6 days; no other treatment
required. Sold by all druggists.
NO CURB, NO PAY
If yoa have email. w&rgBti4
loit rower or wefcfcenlnir drolik
our VAcuum Orpin Developer will
rtltor Ton Vlthont Aravm
h w mm viosvicicji w,wv iq u not ai
feiWrai not on returned ; no C.O.D. fratli wrltoCot
UCM. APrUUU CO.. 414 Chtrlu !!(., Oiaw, Ul
Washington, Nov. IS. Forecast fcr Eaturday
Missouri Rain Saturday with colder In south
ern portion. Sunday, probably rain; sojth to
Illinois Ilaln or snow Saturday, and prohihly
Sundav; fresh southeasterly wind.
Ok! ihoma. Indian Territory and Arkansas
Centrally fair halurda. Hundaj. prohubl rahi
and colder; southerly wind.
St. Louis. Friday. Nov. 36. 1500
o:S: a m b.-9 p m
rarometer. tnchen 30.-1 24 13
Tomperature, ilesrees 2i 41
Humidity 61 ti
Dlruetlon of wind 13 j,B
Velocity or wind 14
We-ather at 03 a. m . cloudy; 6 '9 p. m ,
c'oiidy. Mailraura lerapraturc U; minimum, K.
R. J. HYATT.
Local forecast Ofaclal.
Department of Agriculture. Weather Bureau
Meteorological observations received at fat. Lou's
November lb. 131, at 6.09 p. m. local time aid 3
p. m. seventj-nfth meridian tirrw. Observations
taken at the- same moment of time at all stations.
Stations Dlr. Ear. Tp Mx.Pre.vuathcr.
New York XIV SO.SS 34 M .... Clear
Philadelphia NV 39.W zs 42 .... Clear
Washington NW ZQ W 32 44 .... Clear
Norfolit N 20 61 O 5S Clear
Charlotte K W.M 40 ti .... Clear
Jacksonville NE 3-).;G 61 72 .... cloudy
Atlanta i: 0.43 V) CO .... Clear
Montgomery U CO 3i iI 6s .... Clear
Mckstiuric SK 0.M 61 74 Cic ir
New Orlcaas NE 3).2S 62 70 .... Clear
Llttlo Kock E 34.21 C2 SS .... Clear
Galveston E MM tS 74 .... Clear
l'alestlne. 3 ZO.li 7 76 .... Kalr
Memphis SU 39.J2 62 C5 .... Clear
Nashville U I'J.IJ li .... clear
Chattanooga N'K 0.44 tl s4 .... Clear
Louisville K Z1 41 41 4i .... Cloudy
Indianapolis SU 20.44 2d ;S Rain
Cincinnati K 30 cO 35 4) .... Cloudy
l'ittsburr Si: 31.60 32 3S .... Clear
rr-rkersburg NE SO 61 32 SS .... flear
Iiurlalo "5K W.S 34 3 .... Fair
Cleveland Si; 30.6J 32 .4 ..., Clear
Grand Haven SU 31 4C 30 ZS Cloudy
Marquette S 30.11 2G 13.... ciouly
Chicago SU 12 32 iZ bnov
Dulutn 14 3X36 -"; :i .01 MK..V
Dutuaue V M 34 2S 28 .U fcnovr
Davenport E C0.30 2S 31) Italn
St. Paul SB 30 32 12 22 .12 Cloudy
Des MoIne3 faE 30.21 2S 2S Ilaln
.vprlngtleld. Ill SE 30.34 30 10 .24 Jtaill
bt. Louis SE 30 2S 11 40 .01 Cloudy
l-alro E 30 32 U) M .... Cloudy
frnrlngtleld. Mo ....iU 3J.16 52 Cl .... Clar
Kansas City E 30.11 34 34 .02 Ilaln
Omaha E 30 16 2 28 cloudy
Hurcn ...fcE 3.1S 21 2 .... Fair
iilsmarck E JQ.10 28 3) .... Cloudy
tl'Appelle N J) 4 4 6 .10 snow
Havre NE 30.24 10 14 .01 snow
Helena KW 30.04 It 21 .... Cloudy
Rapid City SE 20.S2 36 42 .... Fair
North Platte S 30 CS 33 46 .... Clear
Lander SE 20.86 44 54 .... I'alr
Cheyenne 3 Z) W 46 5S .... Clear
Denver NE 23 Sr3 d. 61 Cloudy
Pueblo SE 20.D1 18 ts .... Clear
Dodge City B 23.S8 53 6-j .... Clear
Oklahoma S 30,01 Cl CS .... Clear
Concordia E 30.12 34 36 .... CloLdy
El Paso S 23.9 66 80 .... Clear
Abilene SE 30.0 C6 74 .... Clear
Amarlllo SE 30.W 54 6S .... Clear
Salt Lake S 20.76 5S it .... Cloudy
Cedar nty 3W 29 W 45 56 .01 Italn
Santa Te SB 30.01 15 58 .... Kalr
Indicates precipitation Inappreciable
It. J. HVATT.
Vrcal Forecast Official.
: kos Hisnnsiot yod8
ST. 10US. 310.
- wbx. - 0
42 years' snccessful practice. Reliable, skillful treatment
guaranteed in all cases of Private and Chronic Disease
or Troubles, in male or female, married or single, brought
about by exposure, abuses, excesses or improprieties,
enumerated in part as follows, viz:
Lost rianhood, Contagious Blood Poison (Primary,
Secondary or Tertiary), Varicocele, Stricture,
Nervo-Sexual Debility, etc.
Private waiting-rooms. Jlany ca;e9 cured in three to
30 to 93 days. We have cured thousands
inclose 5.00. It will insure a prompt
Design for a Clobu Fitting Clotli
One of the most welcome innovations in
the season's modes is the Introduction ot
cluse-'lttlnir tailor-made waists, which aiu
usua'ly shov.r in cloth We have had, and
still wear, swh a variety of farcy ar;t
Moiled bodlci b th it the plainer sty:i"
will be very aecptnble. especially to wom
en who hive well-proportioned llfrurc'.
Trie illustration shows .1 smart waist o
bisct.it clota. with tobacco-brown velvet,
trimmings. The cloth te included in all
tnc perftcllv curved seams and darts.which
Tin- fronts are fitted with two bust dart,
and fasten in double-breasted stjle. the
riant side cr&ssir.g over to the left, sirauia
tirir a pointed lipel. A double row of tiny
cold buttons, which decorate tho lapei,
make an effective trimminc
Thn rock is completed with a high band
! turned-down elv.t collar. The sleeves are
..1 ,...!.- .. 1.1. ..-..... . .1 iin.lnr Tlnl
tions The blight fullness at tho shoulders
is evenly distributed In small gathers.
They aro finished with plain velvet cuffs.
e-LADIES' TAILOR MADE WAIST.
82, 34, 36, S3. 40, 42, 44 inch bust.
The lower edgo of the waist Is shaped
in a point back and front. being quite short
on the hips. The closing may be made In
tho center front, the double-breasted por
tion on each sido underlaced with cloth
and trimmed back to form broad revers,
which may be trimmed with braid or fin
ished in strictly sailor style, with machine
The larger sizes aro cut with an eitra
tinder-arm-gore, which gives grace to the
figure and aids greatlv in tho fitting.
Covert. Venetian. Henrietta, cheviot, zlb
clino or broadcloth nro appropriate for thi1
mode. It may bo trimmed with velvet as
illustrated, gold or silver braid, liny gold
rti cholT Imtlnna nt- nfiHrt cvri!er Ylllllri. JtS
'10 maieo me waist in ine rneuiuin an.
will reiuIro one and three-fourths yards
of fortv-rour-Inch material. The pattern.
No. S114. is cut in sizes for a 02. C4, 35, 3S.
40, 42 and 44 inch bunt measure.
Anj- one w ishing the latest style
patterns ma- obtain them by calling
at ROOM 20, Second Floor, Rcpub
He Building, Seventh and Olive.
LOW Ell MISSISSIPPI.
BTK. CITV OF PEORIA.
In nice of Str. Carrier.
E. T Tounrr. Miter. Tor Mozler's. Ramhurs
and all Calhoun Cauntv land'nes.
Iave Wednesday nnd Saturday at 4 p. rru
from nharfhoat. foot rf Locust treet.
JOHN W. ELWELL. Agent.
ZV) N. Second st
PhcmcMalnlClt F"OR iNEW ORLtFAllNS
and way landings south of Memphis.
Str. JOHN K. SPEED
Leave. Saturday. No ember 21. at 5 p m . from
wharfboat, foot of Oliva st. Puone ilaln 1005.
JOHN' BIRD. Agent.
Lee Line Steamers.
TO MEMPHIS $7.00, ROU.D TR1PS12.0O.
i-vcLunrx. sirals and ijerth.
Steamer PETERS LEE r.lll leave wharfboa
foot of l'ln street. Tuesilay. November 2). at .
p m . for Memphis and all nay landings, taking
frclrht for Helena ami Frlur a Point. Phono
Main 45 V and Klnloeh A112 .
JNO. E- MAbbENOALE. Agent.
tvvt crrrr riPTVKvricvc
Chefter. St- Mary's and all way land
,nS'' STB- COLUMBIA
1m,m MnT.i1.vji tVMtn.sVtaT n'l
Faturdiyn at 3 p. m . fron Diamond Jo -wharf.
I oat, naklrp ercursion rata of JJ round trip,
meals ard erlh Irclud-d
I.AV.TtEN"i: MACDONALD. Aseat.
Phone V 2I47A.
" eiislc imckitt uomiav.
Str. Gry Eael'" for Cap Glrardfatr. Cbmmercgp
and nil wav landlnc. Mondavs and Frldas. 5 p.
n. Per Llllnoic ltlver. btr. Bald Eaele. for
Io,n1stemn anl iu'etrced'ate points. "Wednesday
and Saturday 4 p. m.
HUNTER BEN JENKINS?. Gen. Agt-
rhon Main S3. .
STR. CHEROKEE. '
Recular Chester packet, recelvlnir dally "t
Faple Packet Companv' wharfboat. Leav
Tuerdaj. Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 p. n.
Reirular rate, meal pnd hrth to or from Ches
ter. Jl 00 HUNTER BEN JENKINS. Agt.
Phone Main 233.
ST.L0I3IS AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKETGO.
-tr. CITV OF MEMPHIS
Will ic-vvc Ts-harfhcat. foot of Pine St.,
catu.uiit, .u.-imuv.-- ,1. u.1. v- ,"..
fir Cletcr Oranil T.wer, Cape Girardeau.
i Cairo, Paducah an I all points on Tenncsee River
J to Florence, Ala. Phone Main 46A nnd A 112.
JNO E ASSSN(,ALK. Agent.
St. Louis & Hermann TVeekly Packet.
Str. VT. H. GRAPEVINB
Leave foot eif rranklln tve , Saturday. Nor. 17.
a 1 p. m . for Washington, Hermann, Jeffersca
City. Vrolff's- Point and all way landlngs-
L.WUENCE MACDCNALD, A9nU
f hw yp jiiTa
', THE REPUBLIC PATTERN COUPON (
! ENTITLING TO ONE PAT- ',
!; TERN. ANY SIZE. OF NO. S131 jl
Cut this out. fill In with bust ma3iirt. i
J name and address, and mail It with 10
cents to THE PATTERN DEPART- ',
J JIENT OP THE REPURL1C. ,'
5 No. S134. Price 10 cents Inches. i
I Name ,'
) Address ',