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THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1900.
' ASCIEXT FREE AMI
BENTON LODGi:. NO. 333. A. F. & A.
M Regular communication this (Mon
day) eenlng at T:M o'cloclc Work. Mas.
ter Masons cordiallv Invited
JOHN HARNESS, V. XT.
COSMOS I.OPGI2. NO. 2v. A. 1'. . A.
M Regular communication this (Mon
daj) evening at Grand Avenue Temple,
M. M. degrro. Visitor. cn-dUlly Invited.
JOHN UUItOG. W. 31
Reed, becrctarj, 71s Locu-t street.
conNnnsTONn lodgr. no m, a.
T . A. M.--llruUr meeting Mnndaj.
PeecmLer 3. 1SO0 7.3a p. m.. at Grani
Avenue Masonic Temple. Grand and nii-
.v KMimieb Annual election of crncers j;hsx-
dent members take notice ard I e on hand
II. L. nUMATINUEl:. W. M.
M. "w. Smltli, secretat.
A cnonoB Washington ijddge. no
fl 3 A. 1". .t A. M Stated communication
JS will 1 e held at 7 9 o'clock Tuednv ewn-
Ins. November 27. at Masonic Temple.
Grand and. Finney aenucs Work m M. M. de
cree. Members earnestly requesl-tl and visitors
fraternally Invited to attend.
W. I. REYNOLDS. JR.. W. M.
Henry I-ihou. Secretary.
5nssocnii)Dfin. no i a r a a.
Jk M Sta'ed communication at OorlmWiei
TCT Hall. Grand Avnuo Masonic Temple.
V ThurMav. Pcrcrab-r C. at 3.1 ! m.
i:iection of officers ard other important liusine-
Members required to att'nd. A llil! b'-eteren
ere fraternally invtt'd
ORIT.nP.YS MILLER. W. 11
James A. Harris. Actlrc Secret j-;.
FOR ItraT-Al'AnTIIEM'S 1TIATS.
IUi VCICVTONE Ac. uy ThrK- room-. second
foor: to family of two or three adults, tnth
RS.UGII Ave. 1S01
room flit; modern
Eat St. Ioui, 111 -six-
BOYl.E Ave., 3, Near Laclede Five-room liar,
with bith and all ccrvcnlTces. so.onJ stor-, siv.
C. W. BARNES. 216 vVainrriK'-t bulldlaz
LACLEDE Ave 43I3A nv room Hat, with
large bathroom, furnace, tris IKn.res and all con
veniences, rent not Increased. !S
a TV. BARNES. 215 Wair.tvrtElit building
PARK Ave, 1511 Three tire looms; fro-t en
trance, third floor; rent $7; Keys at premies:
water ad all conveniences
BENTON Pt . Ml Five rooms: Rood ordr;
vards. onlv V). wat.r free: novvlv papetcd Ki
ifnluma .. HauscHultc, 1107 N. Uroadwaj.
IICTJPT St . r3C Twelve rooms. I. P. Cartr
J02 Itctede building
RITTGER Pt.. '"T-Sevei-roora vnattached -ed
brick hju: yard and shed, gas and bath. Apply
:107 Dolman t.
TAYI-rtR Ave, VHS N. Slv-rom house; two
basement rooms. -uoimT kitchen, attic room,
largo yard and stable; front ard side entrances:
i'or nnvT MiscnLT.wcous.
PINR St. 3US Stable, -with 6 stall": irranitoia
floor: water Inside: vill rnt ressonably.
TO 1ET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
EIGHTH St.. Between Ollva ana rTneTsts
Flore and cellar, :taS3, will rent secoid and third
stories If desired. R. D I.ANCASTBR,
502 N. Eislith st , No. 3,
FOR Rent or Ltasn ''Varehou'o: private
switch: Merchants' Terminal. Address Trios.
Flynn, 507 Talcott.
OFFICE. Apply at Mulkey i. McHale, MO Mij.
TWEUTTETTI SL. 450 X. Store; suitable for
any kind of business.
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
8TH AND LOCUST STS.
N"OTICl5f Stockholders' Mee'ing of the Mcr
Pantile Trust '.'ompanj -Notice N htrebv piven
that thtj annual meeting vZ tho sUrfl.ht Hers of
the Mercantile Trust Companv vviu be held at
the ofllco of the compam. No SIS N ElRhth
t . In the clt of ht lxiul". Mo . on Mondav.
the tenth day of Dccem-liT. I'M. convenitc at
:he liour of t o'clock a. in. for the pu'ioe of
iKctlni: rev en directors, ami the f-ansrtlon f
lurh other buslnei n maj be hrousrht befce
laid meeting. THhTL'S .1 'VVAUir, l'rIdent.
C. H. McMillan, fcecrtlarj.
bt. Louis. Nov. 14. li.
MONEY 'lO I.OIN.
On Ri-nl EotaU-.
6 -Per-Cent fVSon ey.
To Loan We have J1.0C9. ?:,OJ t3,f0-. ,n.
IJt JS.O0O. 57.000 ,'MlOJ, P.tV), J1I.00J. 115 0?).
IM 003 jil.OOO and J50.000 to loan t 3 per cent
Interest on extra pood 'ccurltj. St. Louis tit
unproved real etate only.
PW KEEIJIV' i. CO. 1113 Ch-ttiut st
On Personal 1'rtincrt.
""APPLICATION! for loans on hoJehold goods
Eeceive cur prompt attention New York limine
:o, J37-S9 Odd 1'cUowa' Ivldg. NlT.hand OUv
CONTIDENTl A L Ions en furniture, pianos or
my good securltv, loan nia.1e u,) In v.ce!v or
monthly paments. 3S Merniod A Jactard bldjr.
-"jo'lIN WTSTALEY. SIS Fine, roo-a 111. nesotl
lies 135 to J500 loans on furniture; lwnfto.
terms of payment to ault borrower: confidential.
MONEY to loan on furniture, piano? and other
tiod seturlties, on ay terms: bu-slncs" strictly
naaential. At i.in jionran si
riv-t-Tr fumUiniTt .iiriM txnto and retail
merchants w-lttout security: ea-"j pajments, Tol
nin, room Ml. 311 N. Seventh st.
MONET Advanced for halatle"! Satarled era-
- ploves of irood clmratter, can obtain acconrao-
dation at much le-s cost and embiirasmmt
than has heretofore ben pos-Ible by npplvlng to
John Mulhollaud, 511 Century building.
"TUB-ridciltvBrokeraRC Comrsny. 51'5 Olive
-. makes loons on lurniture at lowest possible
fctes; eay pijmient: no extra charge
Msnev to loaa In an amut-it on all kinds o!
rsonal propertj. Bargains
912 FRANKLIN AVE.
d ft ' -? !
iff p S J
K.MIJHT.S OF PT1IIS.
ACME LODGE. NO 111. K. Or P.
meets cv crv Tuesday ev enlng at S ovrodc
ihirp. rturllngton building, $1(1 O.Ua
,'" am-ei. worK in ranks aiwavs on nani
iiltors cordially Invited ind members expected
to attend IOHN W. SHEVI.IN. C. C.
....v.. ., ,,, iqin jt. .litnuu. i. oi ji A. .
CASTLE UVLL, UOHERT C COWAN.
??'1.,,-1. K of I'. West hall. Centurv
building. Ninth and Olive street on
.aii.uiiiv. Aovenuier .o. at s p. in. sharp
l.iri.nccs meeting anl election of ofliccr.-, Ylitirg
knights cordially invited
... SAM S HARRISON, C. C.
..... -.. njirr r.openi. j, or K. ft .
CAiJUl 11LT, MlFFOl-RI IjODOK.
k.,.,. :' K ": ' I-1KS' Hall. Hollin.l
:Q punaing. r-onvention everj- Krldaj even
mg A isltora alwns welcome
l-hrl. f r; . U- ' PETERS. C. C.
t-Tlarles- C I'lnk. K i,: R
CASTLE HALL, MONITOR IX5LGE.
, . ,v- of p- rnets every Thursdsv
r.HrL"'1.1" ,lVnJur.'' biUUirg. Ninth and
v2?k li, Ti",",0" "lurhday. November JS. also
ri.Vf'V'V .rjnk itemb-r tike nn. c -an 1
lu.rc v.ith.vut fill. Msitcti alvvavt vv.ko'tt-
. Tv-. J. Olto. If. of R. & s.
COLUMMA LODGE. NO. 13.1. If Or
.', n'b3 even- Tuesdli evening nt S
?l'fi Castle Hill. Century building.
tenth 1noe. ,TM1 v 1 vt.ii. ...... .-lit.
t-cet Tiietlii evening. Novii'ber 37-Nonlm-tion
aid -lection of oflicers for .railing term
.Mi - noker Ml mmber ieaue!ed to lie pr.
'',- xl,!ing broilers vveleo-ne Work In lank
ofT'-Vlu,r,r JOHN H SCHUIJtE. C C.
J I Denpev. K of R. it S.
9l CONPIDENCE I1DGE. NO 121 K. OF
Cjjv r . meets every Thurdiv cvenimr it
-ej- If.nf.tto jr-.ll. Seventeenth aid Ciss
avenue Members expected to attend and
vWors cordially invited
. . .IOHN M HUDSON. C. C.
W llllin Tlhrr. K, of R A- F
IHMOS LODGE. NO 3S. It OF P.
meets ever-.- Wednc'dav evening it FiR
terra! trail Eleventh snd Franklin ave
nue, Hnll A.n 1 l'Tnflnr. jr .M,h fAw
nUng term Anvrmbrr 3S Members aro re-ou-ted
t bo present and visiting kilchls nr
dlallv Invited FRFD TOEXGKS C C
Mtret: H. R. Rermel. K of R. . S.. 37A
FFTl-RE GREAT IX.DGT5. NO 376. K
or i.. meets everv Wednesday evening at
Howard's Hall Thirtieth and Ollie
streets vt vvnnn.,,n.. A. nt.. x-
vcmber 3? work H the mk of Knight 'ind' elec
tron o tracers Vl-itors alwivs welcome
.,. , . r.onr.p.T t. tritschle. c c.
A Tloberts. If. of R. . s
OtXOErl GOLDEN CROWN LODGE NO 61
J-uetseverv Frldnv evening Hall No
- .. iitiiiii imor, , emurv ouiiuing. inn
r. and Olive otreet l:ioc!lon of officers
at net comentloi. Frldsv. Novm-
e,rin..... t ' 'il memoers expecte 1 VIS
CROWN, itors cordhlly Invite,)
,- a A. WILLEY. c c.
lIVnr-c,Scott. K. of H S
UrTETTn LODGE. NO. li1!. K. OF
r.. meets Wednesdiv- evening. November
3'. at Burlington building No 510 Oil,
strict, elnhtb floor. Wnrl. In lh Varo
and E'qub-c rark: nl"o ri-mlnatfon aid election
of officer" WALTER II W 1LCOX. C C.
Attn: Frfd Horn. K. of R. .t S
TAC1FIC LODGE. NO. 304 K. OF P,
rreets evrv- tvednesdav evening in Cen
tury building. Ninth and Olive street'
M ,n tuiiv in in- i-aiiK hi jvwKnt inn etenion
of officers Wednesday evening. November 3.
T . t , F W. I OL1C. C. C.
T W Canphll. K. of R, Jt. S
TARAGON LODGE, NO. 6. K OF P..
meets every Tuefliy evening. Halt No.
3 Old Fellows' bullllng. Ninth nnd Olive
streets. Next Tuecdav. election of of
ficers. Members and visitors corUalIv invited
O. M RI'THERFORD, C. C.
Attest: Frarb Johnson. K.of R. & S. .
k PREMIER LODGE. NO 34'. K. OF P.
Lm. Next regular meeting. Thurdav even
K7 Inc. Novembers nt Halt No l, odd Fei
JVI lows' building No work. Members and
visitors requested to attend.
GEO. E STUCKET, C. C.
j f. witt-. k of n. & g.
Ml RED CROSS LODGE. NO B4 K OF
iJKi, P.. meets everv Wednesdaj at Odd Fel
5y lows' Hall. Ninth and Olive street Next
,i Wednesdaj. regular session. Election of
o'flcers. All knights are invited
. , M. P. DEAN, C. C,
Alfred Rovle. K. of It. S.
j WABASH LODGE. NO. 34S If. OF P.,
15 will havo election of efflrers Tue'da;-. No.
x i ember 37, at Castle Hall. Broadway and
Benton. Matters are welcome
J. R. KELMItN, C. C.
r. II. Sathleben. K. of R. &. S.
WALNUT LODGE. NO. 38S, K OF P..
meets every Thursday evening at S
o'clock sharrj at Druids' Halt, southeast
comr Ninth and Market streets. Work
in rank of Knight, amplified form, and election
of officers December 6. Msitors cordially putted
and members expected.
WILLIAM WASSMANN, C. a
W. J. It. Perl Irs. K of R. & B.
WASHINGTON LODGE. NO 113. K. or
P . rreets even- Friday evening, west hall.
Masonic Temple. Seventh and Marl'st
streets. Election of officers November 5.
3300 Members aro requested to be present. Vis
iting brothers alwajs -welcome.
GRANT LUCE. C C.
J. P- Dpmmlch. K. cf R. i s . 31C4 Clar av.
7.ULEMA LODGE. NO. 321. K. of P -MEETS
every Monday evening at 8 p m, Burllngtot
building. Eighth floor. Rank orx every mei
Inr. F. J. V LIFTER, C. C
Attest H J. Ccnwrar. K. of R. & 8.
KMGllTa OF IV()OII.
CTrW cSnIKNNIAL' LODGE. NO.4l7?lf?
i-vs cf H. mets every second and fourth
VSV Monday a,t Fraternal bulldlni,. No. 1101
-!- rrankl'n avenue, Hali No. 3
Knights of lienor are Invited to all our metlni
JOHN J. MULCAHY. Dictator.
.. . . 231 Cass avenue.
M Thavonat. P.eporlr. 30O5 North Markt st
ryftfn LINCOLN LODGE, NO 430. K. OF
CX) 11 . meets tho second and last Monday
yV of each mc:th at Bocklioff'e Hall fi
cf MorlSvriWeVeBt-,",,h BtrCet' A" Knlsh'5
JOHN 11. T. BLOCIf. Dictator.
.,,,.,- . . i:xi Wells avenue
Aaolph Ruhl. Reporfr. 1730 N. Tenth strft.
nDCPE.MlEXT ORDER ODD FELLOWS
MOUND CITT LODGE. NO 376.
T n r "R. ,-TnM n A OU T-a!I -
JR?" Tem'pe; southeast corner Ninth and
E.,i Vi" "- ";' ' noia us regular
meetlrg on the second and fourth Mondnvs of
5at.hJ?";P,h at. s o'clock. All vlsltlrg brethren
.. . W II BLATTERMAN. N. G.
Attest: Chas E. Momgon.n-. Secrttry.
f-OUTII SIDE COUNCIL. NO S3.
,ct&yt Roval league, mets evry second
ami lourtn .ihmisj- or tne month In
Anchor Hall, Park aid Jefferon ave
nues. ALFRED PALMER, Archon.
II. A. I'lilllipl. Scribe.
HO VAT. ARCAMM.
.TTtANIJ COUNCIL. MIRflOlTni
tvj Roal Arcanum. .'"3311 Holland
S Iters, friends, brethren and members
irom anroaa 1 .1. JUlsiaEH. G li.
Chas n Cox. Grand 8ecrtai.
C'AUANNE COUNPIt.. N0.13HI ROVAr.
Arcarum. meets second and fourth Mon-
Q davs of each month at Rose Hin Hall,
- Minle and Himllton aves.. at 8 n m.
Vlsltlrg brothers invited to attend
3. E. EGG ERS, Regent.
R A McCurdy. S'cretary.
.e. CARR LANE COUNCIL. NO. !
?ltoval Arcanum, meets Orst and third
tiVSfo Mondai s of tacti month at West End Hall,
vi Vandevntcr and Finney aVenueg. Aior
dlsl wflcomc is extended to all visiting
and loctl members of the order.
. ,. ,, L. E. GETTYS. Reg.nt.
J II. Dann. Sccrelao .
&, COMPTON HILL COUNCIU NO. r;;,
Aiji P-ojal Arunum. meets first and third
VCHij Mordajs of each month at Anchor Hall.
" comer .Iciferson and Park avenues at s
p .n. Malting brothers, fraternally Invited to
attond. c. O. nsCHElt, Regent.
G II. Frederick. Secretary.
JS del:iar council, no s;t. royal
JtwV Arcanum, meets rcgt-larlv en tho second
ggfy a-d fourth Moida, s of each month at
Wet End Hall. Flnnv and Vonrlev enter
avenues Visitors cordlall welcomed and pla
antly ertertaln-d. J. H BRACKEN. Re,-ent.
v E. Nervman. Secretary,
II IKONS OF Rli.NM'MEDE.
ST. LOUIS LOCAL COUNCIL ;0
1. .nc!ent 0"der BOTrns cf Ru"ii
mede will hold a regular meeting at
b o clock Thursdav evening. No
vember r. 1500. at th'lr hall. No 4
Odd Fellows' building, southeast cor
ner Ninth And OIKA streets VUHIth-
slr knights aie fraternallv Invited
JOHN WEERTS L01 d Marshal,
Alteu : A. Hall Baron of Pccnrds.
C01 ruilerton building.
ICMnilTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY.
SECURITY COUNCIU NO 6'4. K i L. Or
S. meets evrv Monday evening at So clock, at
PboenW Hall. J-fferson and Cash avenues. Mem
bers arertqueettj to attend. A cordlnl wtltome
cs.lfndec( vhltrng brothers and sisters
E. J TAltLING President,
G. W. Reed, Corresponding Screlary.
Gussle Hart. F. .. No. lfJA La.!n street.
MISSOURI COUNCIL NO 3(3. Y M I .
meets even Tuesdav evening at Y. M. I. Home.
No TS4S Page boulcvutd. Rooms cpn evtrj."
evening and fcundiv Msitors welcome. Nomina
tion of ofrliers to-morrow night.
1VM. J. HAMILTON. President.
1'. ebr. Corresponding Secrets rj
MOUND CITY COUNCIU NO. UJ. NATION!.
Uucn, melts 01 "-nond anl fourth 1 rlday each
ntrth at Howard s Hall. cnrner tartsnn i-ve-nue
and OHv street, at S o'clock. Next regu
Iir meeting. November 33 f-ook nut for tie rew
list of prises ofterrd tills year for greatest In
crease of members'. Ip.
JNO S KIMItROt'GH. Pres'dcnt.
Attest: Richard E. Berger, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCU .1I4SONS.
A IlELLEFONTAINi: ROYT. ARCH
0u Ch ipter. No. w-Mated touvocitlon this
7f iMondav) ove. 7 oMock. Work Mail. Ma"
' tcr deglee Visiting tomfi'inlon, fruler
rallv mvltid. M. FEUEiaiORN, K. II. 1'.
ug. Ciindlich. Sccretarv.
MISSOURI CHAPTER. No 1, It V M
Mftlel convmatloi corner Gland and
llniiiv avenue- this (llondav) evening,
at 7 3i) o dock Vlsiti p. Invited
EDWIN P. ASlllI ER, i:. H r.
"kMIJHTS Ol." FATHER M T1IEV.
SUPREME COUNCIL. KNIGHTS OF
Father Mathev,. Ofllce ISM Locust
Btrect Executive Hoard meets first
and tlilrd Frida) . 8 p. m.
buprrme Chief lr Knight.
Thos S Bowdcrn. Supreme Itccordcr.
EMER 41.11 COUNCIU NO 30 KNIGHTS OF
Father Mathew. meets second and fourth Mcn
davs of iaeh month at St John's Hull Sixteenth
and Walnut rttecta. Membeia. please be present.
M-ltlng lirothcrs vvelcome
C1IS P. MONAGHAN. Chief Sir Knight.
Fttrlt Gunn. Recoiatr.
ST. LAWRENPE O'lOOLK'S COUNCIU NO
6 Knights of Father Mathew. meets first and
third Mondajs ot each month, at School Hall,
1413 O'Fallon strest. Members, please bt present.
Vlsltiog brothers welcome.
JNO T IIU.NT. Colef Sr IfnUht.
Jnn 1 siuiii Recorder
LE;iO OI' IIOMllt.
"EXCELSIOR COUNCIUNO 17. LEGION "OF
Hoi or. meets first and third Tuesdivs at Turner
Hall. ?vo -IM'' Eabton avenue. Members and lis
Hors, ruii.ested to attend
- t, ,. . . J,. A' CARROLU Chancellor.
J P. I arringtcn. Recorder
fcT"iIori COUNCIL NrFGTTrbKitTme
ot Occldentil Hall. Thlrtj fourth and Olive
strffts. si-ord and fourth Mnnd.ivs of each
month Jle-nl.eis of tile order cordially Invito 1 to
mett vvlth us
,. . JtXns -v- "LEVINS. Cliancellor.
P P. Drown. Recorde-.
Citv. or St. Louis,
Nov. 21. 10ui.
To whom it may concern, take notice:
The Commis.io!ier in the matter of open,
ins allev in city block L"'ufi, uiiilei' onlln nice
No. urn I. will meet at Room 211 Citv Hull,
on December " lW, at lrt a. m.. for thi
purpose ot nsesslnp benelils oct.is-lonerl Iv
h lid openinK. .itul all parties intere-noil are
invlteil to be present; when .md where they
hnve the rlsht to l,o heard, and inav ex
cept to the Cominl-sioncr's' report before the
Circuit Court when it is filed.
The Uxins district rot said opening In
cludes the properly in city block 2aaS. bound
ed north by Kan-no vtreet. s-outh by Jl.ilt
street, east by Seventh btrcet, and west by
City ot St. Louis.
Nov. !3, 1M0.
To whom it nnv coneoru. take notlic:
The Commissioners !n the mutter n wid
ening allej in citv block 21b5, under ordi
nance No. 1S33C. will meet at Room ?U lllv
Hall. on December 3. 1S00, at 10
.i. m , for the purpose ot as.
sessing benllt- occasioned by -aJJ
openliiK, and .ill parties interested are
IivUtert to be nreseht; when and win re th"v
hao the right to be heard, and mav ex
cept to the Commi-sloners' report betoie
the Ciicuit Court when it is tiled.
The taxinp; district for -aid opening In
cludes tho propert in city block Slffi. bound
ed north bv Caroline street, smith bv Yi-I.i
avenue, cist by Virginia avenue and west
by Thereta o enue.
Regular Chester packet, receiving dally at
Eagle Packet Companv's w-harfboat. Leaves
Tuesdavs. Thursdays and Saturdays st 3 P in
Regular nte, nieits and berth to or from Clus
ter SlaV HUNTER BEN JENKINS, AgL
Pbone Main 333.
COLUMBIA PACKET CO
leaves Mondavs, "Vednedavs and
at!lrda. nt 3 p m . from Diamond
jo vvearrooat. ror Hte. uenevieve,
Cl-"tcr, St. Marv's and alt whv landings
L'RENCE MACDONALD. Agent.
Phone M 3447A.
EAGLE PICKBT COMI'AM.
Ftr. Grj Eagle for Cape Girardeau Commerce
and all wa landings. Mondavs and Fridnvs. 5 p.
m. Tcr Llllnols River. Sir Raid Eagle for
Reardstown and intermediate point?, Wednesday
end Saturdav. 4 p. m.
llt'NTKR REN JE.NK1NP. Gen Azt.
PLone Main 313.
ST. LOUIS AND TEhJiESSEE RIVER PACKET CO.
Ftr. riTY OP AIKMPIim vill ozr
v,hartboat. foot of Tmo Pt . V. 'jne"--di.
Novenibr 2S at S n. in tnr
hr-tcr. Grand Tower. Tpe ft!rar..ft.j ralrc.
Pafinrah uni all points on Tnn1 ?' nivr to
ri'.rmce. Ala. rhonm Main 4Gv. ail A 11".
JNO. E. MAPhBLVOALK. Agent.
Lee Line Steamers.
TO MEMPHIS iT.OO, ROUND TRIP SI2.00.
INCLUDING MEAL1" AD BERTH.
Steamer PETERS LEE will leave whurfl-mt.
foot of Pine etreet. Tuesday. November 37. at r,
r m.. for Memphis and all wav landings, tiklng
freight and -passengers for Helena and Frlar'i
Point. Phones, Main MA and Klnloch A 31".
' JNO E.-MSc5CNaALE. Agent.
Cairo. HI., Nov. 23 Tle rlr iof S o a font
dunnK the pa-t 24 hours, the gauge .fatls : 9
frft. Th weather i cold, cloudy nnd thrpnten
inn rain or inow, with th" wind Won Ins almost
a Kile from tin Jlirthet. The river 13 louph,
making It difficult for l-ont under way. lhe
ivten Ioa trom St. T-ouf arrived ut 3:30 . jn ,
Ith n, modcralrt trip. Bhe rilschargpci here 2
package of sundries and departed for Slew phi
aftr niaklnc MBht addition!-. The Trltz nrri'I
it l.0 ji. m Trom the flower Mlelvslppl. with
oiib birg of lumber. She will return couth tt
nlsht ihf l"arrlo V. departed south at 2:in j
n.. Ihc Ctt of Partueab from St. LauIi arrhe.I
at r. 4 p m . with a moderate trip Sh wjll
dlscharpp CM puikaR nf pundrle and lean for
th Tennese-.nior at,7 olok. The TrtiHotk
iron tho Upper Mlslft!ppl. with one pontoo i
nnd fle empties, arrived Uit nl(;nt and wiil
malt oiur li""rt Ti - John K, Ppecd frrn Ft.
liintlv. th' rtern I- from MeMiW-l1 a1 dup to
nl&lit, but ari not Bxp-t-i to nrrlv- bforf to
iiimrow morniiisr on account of unfnrabl
weather Tho prd UroM will probably nrtiie
Memphi. Tnn , N"o 23 Hlr mnrk R.6
fppt on the cause, a rlr nf .R In 24 houiu a:ii
CX (.loudy nnd wdd. with r.iln, plet and PM
pnow trt-daj Tho .l.m-" Irfe arrhrd list nlRht
from Friar!- Point, with pood trip and 111 )a
to-rnorrow rninic on retinn Th Kobort K
Un got In lnt nlpht fr"ti Af-hport with p.ond
trip and will lean to-morrow rvenlnff n return
Tli Kflf Adams N du from Arkansas CItj to
lae to-inorror ,cnlnrr on n mm. The ltn-
I.re Is due from St. Lnuls to l-ae at noon to
morrow on return.
Grand Tower. III. Xo. 23 J. V. T,oe-woort
arrUed di?n nt 10 Id o clock Ian nlfelit tilth 12
en pty ciuh and departed for ""rFtnl Cit jt 1
a m with 13 car nf Coal Grj Haxlf up at
fi VI a. in Cllv of Paducali floun nt 20 n in
City of Me-nphls at 8.2 a m IIjh Mlthael
down at S n h. u. with thre emptv barge.
.ToJin K Pped down at J:J0 p m The cauce
reads 12 3 feet, a fall of 2 In lat 21 hour
"VAoither cloud v nnd told
Chefitrr. 111. Xo 53 Rher nltnc;; ?n,uce 2
feeu tV"ithr oleud and rnldr. Ioat down:
James V. Ixkr.ocd nnd fcarpe at fi lust nlRiit:
Colli mn'a airle.l at l:iO Uet nlsht: Cheter nr
rhcl nt 12 CO a m. Jout IC SpctsM-y " n m.
Pcatn up. Jam Y. Vk rol and hire at win
a. m. Colnmbla lft fni t. Ixniii at 12 nor.
".it-r follow Ire a 1:T0 p m City of Mcin-hi
at 140 p. m Terder 'n and out on time. CJrey
Icicle due up Ilnnes'er with four harces down
nt p. m.
Cape Glrard1,!" M Nor. 23 Th Grv
Hue!- passed up at o'clock last nleht. Th Hmi
Tpi doun nt 11 a. m The C1t of Metnplilg up
at 4 n m. Tho oty of Padutah down at noon.
wh" John K miM own nt 4 n m idMni;
flcur Ttv fillinr. IWathor cIuUlj and mid
nuillnRtUTi In . Nov. 23. Tho iHrr fell .5 fopL
and l- now feM aboo tho lov-watci mark
of lf.61. Weather clear and cold No Ice in tho
1.ouIsU1!p, 7Cj Xo 2" Rirr rislnc. St foot
In rannl 6.1 feet rx fall. li.l foet below lock'
nianllle Ind. Xo. 23 River 14 S ft. rl
1ns. Rain and cold.
ilielliijr. . Vii . Nm. 23 IUer 4 feet, rl
Inc Clou Ij , cool.
Plttiburp. P , No 23 ilKer P. feet, fpll
Cincinnati. O.. Xo. 23 Rhet 3.7 feet, rlalnpr.
nam Urolco and Rushing W'ati'i-s
Caused (.real Daiuiia;(.
Tillamook, Ore , Xov. a By the breaking
cf a tlam. the electric sawmill near Hobson
w.is washed avvaj- and de"troe(l.
The mill na;i situated In a Kiilcli and,
Tvlifn the d.tm broKe above, nn !mmene
body of water came down, carrjinj; trees
and rock's. The ruiiins water took up the
mill .ind carried it a quarter nt n m"p,
completely tlemolishinc it, and covering It
with dcbrl" The djnaroo and power liouss
jii't ocaped. a the Rtilch widens nut there
The los-s w ill amouht to many thousands of
Citv of St. Louis.
November .', 19il
The Council met at 5 o'UolU p. in , Mr.
Pi evident .Mtler m tlje Chair.
l'rexent-Mv-rs. C. i-t. Ciii-, Iloffir.anii.
Ilnrtnn, Kr.it7, He.v.enburK. I.ithanls.
FlIiirII, Tliuner, AVisBinb and Mr. Presi
dent Meiei 11.
Absent Messrs. Carroll anil llodsc .'.
There being no objection, the minute-, ot
tho meeting of November S. i'M, .! print
ed, were approved
nnpoiiTs or citv oitiui:p.s.
The lollovvins communication from His
I'i evident ot tho Hoard ot Public ltnpiove
iiients was n.id and liled:
Ofllce of the Pres-ulent of the
Board of Public Improvement'-.
St. Uiuiv Novembei 2.:. 1W).
To the Honorable Municipal Av-einblj.
Otntleineii I hac tlie honor to it pott
tli.U the Hoard of Public Improvements has
adopted the drafts of onllnani es In roln.if ler
named, and respctlfullv recommends tho
same Tor rassafrp by tl-c Municipal Atsem
blv. They .no forwarded to mir honorable
body through the House of DelcKit'"'. ""!
aro entitltd as follow-, to wif
An ordinance to rccon-truet Cherok""
streot from Thirteenth -trect to I.cmp ave-
An onlinanco to recon-trtitt Liicroltee
strcst from I.cmp avenue to Jeffer-on ave
nue. An ordinance to leconstruct fhemkeo
street from Jefferson avenue to Caliloiiila
An ordinanco to reconstruct Park aveiiun
from i:ieventh sttcct. rminlnq -outh of
Park avenue, to St. Aukc avenue.
An ordinance to rcconsltuet P.uk avenue
from St. Anne avenue to Mfthtcentri -tKit.
An ordinanco to reconstruct P.itk ave
nua from Bightcenth -trcer to Mississippi
avenue, eceptinK ,i -pace of granite pave
ment forty-fix feet In length between curb
lino and rail on north side nf Park avenue,
commencinir about eichtl-ono feet west of
the wet line of Elshteentb street.
An ordinance to reconstruct Jefferson f
cnuo from junction with Wr-t Jeffer-on av
enue to Adam;; street.
An ordinance to reconotjiict Shenandoah
avenue from Nebraska avenue lo Coniptun
An ordinance to recon-truct Shenandoah
avenue from Compton avenue to Oi.ind av
enue, cceptlns Branltold i urb KUtte-r on
south side of Shenandoah avenue ftom Ai
kinsafi avenue wcstwardlv. a dislati'O ot
about 45'1 feet.
An ordinance to teeon."tniet Jeffeifon av
enue from Wnshinston avenue to I'innkliii
An ordinance to reconslruct Ci-s avenuo
ftom Hogan street to center line of Tweut.
econd street, running south of Cat- av
enue. An ordinance to reconstiuct ("a-s nvenuo
from center line of Tvventv -second -treci.
runniiiK south of Oafs avenue, to Jffer-3rt
Accompanvimr the above named ordi
nances is a report of the t'oinmiltee on
Street Department of the board on oral te-monstrance-
of William . Ienip Iliewlo'4
t'ompinv and Western Cable Kiiln.iy f'oni
li my apnlnst recotistrnciin t'berokee htrtet
fiom Thirteenth stre t to Letup neiuie an
der bcuni'.- tnollon No. efJS, !( written
rcnionsti antes sluncd by the owners of a
major part of the pmpirt on the lino of
piorwised reioti"-tructipit Jn th' 010 of M-n
of said o'dinaneej evteut paid reconstruc
tion of Cherokee street from Thirteenth
Streat to Lemp avenue On w'lith latter
there was no written, but onlv oi.tl 'e
monslrances as aforesaid), to wit:
Hemonstranco of Kdward Scheffer et a I.
against reconstructirB Cherokee flrect from
Ieiup avenue to Jefferson avnu".
Remonstrance cf Anton Ttneri h et nl
acainH recon-structini; Cherokee street from
Jefferson avenue to California avenue.
Hemom trance of Ilcnij Pair I et al
aqalnst recotistructini; Park avenue from
Eleventh ftreet to St Ange avenue
Remonstrant c of Dexter TliTanv et al
against reconstrt.ttinp Park avenue from
St .tifie avenue to HlKhtccntb -ticct.
Remontr.tnce ot Henry Mueller el nl.
ap.ilnst reconstructing Park avenue from
niBhteentli street to Mississippi avenue.
Rcmomlrance ot Wm. Hl-choff et nl.
ncalnst recon-ttuctins Jeffi rson avenue
from West Jefterson avenue to Ad.ims
Remonstinnce of Geo M Blah et al.
against lcennstiiittlnK Shenandoah avenue
from Nebraska avenue lo Campion avenue.
Jtemon-trance t .Michael llahn et al.
nsuirft reconstracting Shenandoah avenue
from Compton avenue to Grand avenue.
Remonstrance of frank X. AIulha.lt et nl.
against teconstrurtini: Jefterson avenue
from Washington avenue to froriklln ave-
Remonstrance of John f. Ruth ct al.
against reconstructltiR Ca-s avenue from
llesan street to Twenty-second street.
Remonstrance of Jo'eph M. Brown ct al.
aaairsl reconstructing Cass avenue from
Twentj -second stieet to Jefferson avenue.
I am instructed by the Board ct Public
Improvement" to say that, said hoard lia
liie constdere.l said remonstrance-, never
theless, recommend the above-named or
dinances to your honorable body for pa.
ase bv a unanimous vote of all Its num
ber. hcciue the .several respective streets
mentioned In "aid lespectHe ordinances, he
me entirely worn out. require, in the opin
ion til the Board, immediate icconstruc-
1 ' Verv respectfully,
1 ItOBT. IlMcMATH
The follow inn commimiratlon .from the.
7'ivM.lcnt of the Board ot Public Improve
ments wa- read nnd filed.
omce of the Prc-ident ot til"
Hoard ot Public Improvements.
St Louis Novembei 'J:!. Ifti.
To the Honorable Municipal Assemblj
Gemleinen-l have- the hondr to report
that th Board of Pabi'e Improvements has
adopted the drafts of ordlli.mc cs herelnaf tc.
mined, and respectfully rcenmmends the
same, for pa-saso by the Municipal As
semblv. They arc forwarded to vour honoiable
bodv th-oiiRh the Council, and aio entitled
as follovi to wit:
An ordinance to amend .section nine hun
dred and thutv-seven of "The Munltlpil
Code of St. Louis" by striking out said si -tiou
and substituting and Inserting a cct
tiiin new section therefor, relating to stiect
An ordinance to amend ordinance number
tv.ent thou-and one hundred and stv
two. approved August 1". 1300. entitled. "An
oidinance to adopt general plan- for City
IIofpit.il Ruildiugs. to be located on city
block number 11".2. and authorizing the
con-trutllon of a portion "f the buildings
and providing for the prepir.iticn of del. ill
plans mid -supervision or the work of v (in
struction, and making appropriation to pay
the cost theieof."
' ROBT. E. MoMATH.
Onllr-itices as above were each read tlrst
time and numbend respectlvfly fio and til.
The follow mc messase from the House
of Delegates was ic.ul and tiled:
Hous" of Delegates.
St. Louis November 20. 1000
To the Homrable Piesident and Member
of the Council:
Gentlemen f have the honor to Infoim
ou Hint tire House of Delegates, at its
mertlng lisld this evening, passed:
Housie Rill No. 2. An ordinance authoriz
ing the Arthur Putsch foundry and Ma
chine Company, a corporation, to erect and
maintain a private scale, and filing the con
House Bill No. 1 An ordinance to vacate
a tow or water street, as laid down on
Zeno Mnckoy's Survev of the part of Cn
rondclet Commons north of River de Peres,
as appears from the plat of Survey No. p.
of said commons recorded In the office of
the Recorder of the Cfty of St. Louis In
Plat Book No. 1. Page -14. And to authorize
nnd direct the Major and Comptroller of
the Citv of St. Louis to convev by quit
claim deed certain real estate iri said City
of Sf. LouiF. including -aid vacated prop
eitvvand lvlng and helnfr between the east
ern boundarv of block seventv -seven and of
the south half of block sltv-sis- of said
iirvcv anil the Mississippi River.
House Bill No, 127. An ordinance author
izing the St. Louis Merchants' Bridge Ter
minal ItKllwav Compato lo construct a5
switch track from its west main track In
Hall street, near tlie north line ot Mal
llnckrodt street, southwardly into the prop
erty of the Buck Stove and Rango Com
pan.v. in city block No. lJflS.
Ilou-c Bill No. lit An ordinince to re
construct alley in city block number six
hundred ami fortv-two.
Hou-e BUI No. Hi. An ordinance to repeal
ordlua'nces numbered nineteen thousand
four hundred and llfty-three, approved No
vember I, 1S9S; nineteen thousand four hun
dred and lifts even, apptnved November
1. 1Mb. iimeMetu thousand four hundred and
iiinet, approved November 11, ISIS, and
tilnelicn thousand "K hundred and slxtv
seven, approved January 2n, 1SU9.
House Bill No. US. All ordinance nuthor
iyiiU the St. I.OUS-. Iron .Mountain and
Southern Railroad Compiny to coii-tiutt,
maintain and operate a tratk atio-s Kos-eiu-ko
.md Soulard street-, and along the
west side of Kngciu-ko .street.
lions" Bill No I a." An ordinance to re
construct .illtv in citv bloi k No. SI.
Houc Bill No 17! An titdinnmc to re
construct allcv in i ity block No. 87.
House Bill No. 111. An onlinanco to re
construct allcv in (Ity block No. 1CJ.
House Bin No. .m An ordinance to re
construct allcv In citj block No. :is7 north.
Iloitse Bill No. IX. An ordinance lo le
construct eastern north and south alley in
citv block No. .7i9 north.
House Bill No. 1".7. An oidinance to re
construct allev In (ity block No. I.H east.
House Bill No. 11. An ordinam e to re
construct ca-t and west alley in citv block
House Bill No. IV An ordinance to re
construct north and south alley In city
block No. 7.71
House Bill No. ICO An ordinance to re
construct allev In city block No. 7')J.
Hou Bill No. ldl. An ordinance to recon-truct
allej. In city block No 7ITI.
Hoas. Bill No It.' An ordinance lo r'-coii-tiiiet
northern north and suulh alley
in ctv block No. f.l.
House Bill No IK:. An nrdlnai e to re
construct nilev In tllv block No. &07.
Ilou-e Bill No. Kl. An oidinance to rc
tonstruct allev In ( ity block No. !il(..
IIoue Bill No. 1ft!. An ordinance to re
construct allev in city block No. 1111.
House Bill No. lf,7. .n ordinance to re
construct allev in city block No. 11.2.
House Bill No. 3US. An ordinance to ic
coii' tract allev In city block No. lilt
Houaa Bill No Id. An ordinance to re
construct east end v.csL alley In city block
House Bill No 170. An ordinance to le
eonstiuct eat and west alley in city block
No LXI west.
Houo Bill No. 171. An ordinance to recon-truct
east part of east ami west alley
la i itv block Nn. .17-.
Hou-e Bill No. 13. An ordinance to va
cate Benedict avenue from Grand avenue
to John avenue.
W. II. JUDV.
House Bills, a.s above, were each read first
SL'COXD RHADING OP BILLS
( ouncil Bill No. ST. An ordinance amenda
tniy of an ordinance entitled "An ordi
nance to providp for tho revision of the
general ordinances of the Citv of St. Louts
in accordance with the provisions of article
3. "ecllon 29. of the Cliai tpr, and to provide
for the preparation of an annotated code
of all laws aid general ordinances relat
ing to the Citv of St. I-nuK" which shall be
entitled "The .Municipal Code of St.
Liui"," and to define the duties and flv the
compensation of the reviser, of oidinances
and compiler of s.iid code, to provide for
tne printing thereor. and to provide for an
appn prlation therefor." approved Novem
ber 2fi. 1W. and numbered H2C3
Council Bill No. n.". a.s above, was read
second time nnd referred to Committee on
Council Bill No. nl An ordinance mak
ing an additional appropriation for street
cleaning -tone ard wood blocks and as
phaltum pavements and transferring a cr
tain amouit heretofore appropriated back
to Municipal Revenue.
Council Bill No. 57. An ordinan'e mak
ing an additional appropriation for the
Commissioner nf Public Buildings and
transferring a certain amount heretofore
appropriated back to Municipal Revenue.
Council Bill No. ,'S An ordinance mak
ing an additional appropriation for the
Commissioner of Public Building".
Council B'll No. .!). An ordlnar.ee author
izing the Mayor and Comptroller to sell the
lot of ground belonging to the Citv of St.
Louis sitti.-ted on tho east side ot Seventh
street, between Olive and Pine streets. In
tho Citv of St. Louis, nnd known as Paigine
House "No C. and to repeal ordinance No.
13!"t. approved April IS ISIS
Council Blll"Nos. f6. .17. CS and 5. as above
were ench reaxl second time ard referred to
Committee on Wavs and Mean5.
House Bill No. l'A An ordinance to au
thorize an electric plant to be located on
the grounds belonging to the Water AVorks
of the Citv of fct. Louis, at Baden, to fur-ni-h
electricity for the lighting of the High
and Low Service Pumping Stations and the
grounds adjacent thereto, and Water Tow
ers Numbers One and Two. and to operate
an electric railway eonnf-i ting said pumping
stations with wbes and wces-urv appurtp
u.intts foi the elTltient operation thereof,
and providing foi the cost thereof.
House Bill No. 110 as above read second
time and referred to Committer on Muni
Hou-e BIH-c No 14"J An ordinance to es
tablish the width of (he ro.ic.way nnd side
walks of Sullivan avenue betwe'n Ganison
avenre and Grand avenue.
House Bill No. Hfi An ordinance to es
tablish the width of the rondvvay and side
walks of Pnfni street between Garrison ave
nue and Grand avenue.
Hou.-e Bill No. 174 An oidinance to es
tablish and njn Blair avenue from College
avenue to Adeliide avenue.
House Bill No 1S.L An ordinance author
ising .Mesker .t Bro. to erect and maintain
a bridge across an alley in citv block
Hou-e Bills No. in. lifi. 174 and IS: as
above were each read second time and re
ferrel to Committee on Public Improvement-House
Bill No ISO An ordinance author
l7lnjr the Comptroller to pav all taxes on
the National Guard Armory property in
city block 2179B.
House Bill No. 181. An ordinance making
nu .additional appropriation foi Poorhoue
nnd transferring a certain amount hereto
fore appropriated back to municipal rev
enue. House Bills Xos. ISO and 1SJ. as above,
were e.irh read second time and referred to
Committee on Wns and Means.
Hou-o BUI Xo. ITS. An ordinance author
izing Casper OMiutin to erect, maintain and
operate a dairy.
House Bill No. IT1, as above, was read
second tune and referred to Committee on
Council Bill No. .11. An ordinance making
nn additional appropriation for Asse?sor ll:,
Collector of Water Rates.
November 13. 1C00. reported favorably.
Laid over under the rule".
M, as taken up
Mr. Krntz moved that Council Bill Xo.
51. as above, bo laid over one meeting.
Ciuucll Bill Xo. S!. An ordinance making
nn additional appropriation for waterworks
extendoii. salaries and expenses.
Xov ember 11, ICW. reported favorably.
Liid over under tho n.les.
AVns taken tip.
Mr. Alejsenburg- moved that Council Bill
No. Bo. as above, be sent to engrossment.
Mr. Kratz moved asi a substitute that
Council B'll No. 33, as above, lie laid over
Sub-titulo motion, n.s above, was lost by
the following -vote:
Aves Messrs. Gaus. Kratz and Tliuner 3.
Noes Mts-r-. Ga-t. llofimann, Morton.
Mev-cnburg, Richards, Schnell, Wiggins
and .Mr. President Meier-S.
Absent M6srs. Carroll and Hodges 2.
Council Bill No. 5.. as above, was ordered
to ercrossinent bv the following vote:
Ale' Messrs. Gast. Gaus. Hoffmann, Hor
ton. Mej-enburg. Richards. Schnell, Wig
gins and Mr. President Meier It.
Noes Me-sis Kratz and Tliuner 2.
Absent Messrs. Carroll and Hodges 2.
REPORTS Of COMMITTEES.
Mr. Richard-, from the Committee en Mu
nicipal Affair", submitted the following re
port: Council Chamber.
St. Louis, November 23, 1900.
Your Committee on Municipal Affairs, to
whom vvas referred:
Bond of Robert M. F unkhcuser In the sum
of S10.CCO0O. with the American Bonding and
Trust Company of Baltimore as securities.
In his election as Coroner.
Rcspei tfully report that they hive con
sidered the same, and recommend approval.
Official bond of Robert M. Punkhoucr in
the sum of 5i0.CCfl.C0. as a!)3ve. was approved
b the following vote:
A es Me-rs. Gast. Gau. Hoffminn. Hor
ton. Kralz. M(V-enburff. Richards, Schnell,
Thiintr. igglns and Mr. President Meier
Absent Mc-rs. Cairoll and Hodges I.
Mr. Richards moved that the absentees
Mr. Tliuner moved that Council do now
Whereupoi Council adjourned, to meet on
Tup-day. November 27. IMw, at 5 o'clock
V 'r' CHAS. R. GRAVES.
Postal Telegraph Gabla Go,
Mala Offler, I.acledc Balldlng,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
400,000 Mile. Wire, 3,000 Ofllce.
We vronld be pleased to handle jromr
Telcsrama. Try ut. Telephone Mala
The House of Delegates.
Citv of St. Louis.
House of Delegates,
November iS. 1!jO.
Tlie TTsmib. rMAf rtt T t. m llr- S i.e.ikr
Mill fell in the chair.
l'resent .viessrs. jjerscn. isurue. cnnii.
Gutke. Hannlgan, Il.1rtm.1nn, Hclirs, Kellj.
1-ehmann, Madera. Murrell J. K., Parkti,
Robertson, Schumacher. S'T'ldan. Stutde-
vam. nweenej, jainui!!. .acnrnz auu -mi.
oi-.iici .viurieii .1.
Absent Me-srs Albright. Cronln. Dicker,
Faulkner. Ilolttamp and chnettlcr G.
The minutes ot tno meeting of Nove-nili-r
2'j. as primed, were approved
iu-,i uiun ej( en 1 urr.H i.i..
The follovrlin; communication from the
President of tne Board of I'ubllc Improve
rncnt.i wa- read and tiled:
Office of the President of the
Board of Public Improvements,
St Louis, November 2:!. lfr"'
To tlie Honorable Municipal As-smblj :
Gentlemen I have the nonor to report
tint the Board of Public Improvements l.us
adopted the drafts of ordinances h( rein
after nanvd, a"d ro-pect fully ri commends
tho same for passage by the Munlcip tl As
sembly. They are forwarded to our honorable
bodv through the Council, and are entitled
an follows, to wit:
An ordlrance to amend section nine hun
dred and th!rt -seven of "The Municipal
Code of St. Louis" bv striklrg cat said sec
tion and substituting and in-crtinj a certain
new section thereior. relating to street
An ordinance to amend ordinance number
twentj thousand one hundred ard clt
two. approved August 13, W entitled "An
oidinance to adopt general plans f ' r City
....I 1...ll.l1n. ... V... t.-w. ..ml m. ei.1
X20:iriiiii ouuilliife;-, IV w wvturn .mi .fcj
block No. li2. and authorizing the con
struction of a portion of the buildings, and
providing for the prejaration of detail plans
ai.d supervision of the work of con-truc-tinn.
and making appropriation to pay the
ROBT. E. Me MATH.
The following communication from the
President of the Roprd of Public improve
ments was read and filed:
Office of the President of the
Board of I'ubllc Improvement-.
St. Ixiuis. November 13 13W.
To the Honorable Municipal Asi,embl :
Gentlemen I have the honor lo report
that the Board of Public Improvements haa
adopted the drafts of ordinances herein
after named, and respectfully recommends
the same for pa-age by the Municipal As
The are forwardrd to vour bonorabl"
body "through the House of Delegates and
are entitled as follows, to wif
An ordinance to reconstruct Cherokee
street from Thirteenth ttreet to Iemp ave
nue. An ordinance to reconstruct Cherokee
street from Lemp avenuo to Jefferson ave
nue. An ordlaance to reconstruct Cherokee
street from Jefferson avenue to California
An ordinance to reconstruct Park avenue
from Eleventh street, running south of
Park avenue, to St. Ange avenue.
An ordinance to reconstruct Park avenue
from St. Ange avenue to Eighteenth "street.
An ordinance to recon-truct Park avenue
from Eighteenth street to Mississippi ave
nue. e.cept!ng a space of granite pave
ment fort j -sit feet In length betweeti curb
line and rjil on north side of Park avenue,
commencing about eighty-one feet west of
the wes.. !In of Eighteenth street.
An ordinance to reconstruct Jefferson ave
nue from junction with West Jefterson ave
nue to Adams street.
An ordinance- to reconstruct Shenandoah
avenue from Nebraska avenue to Compton
An ordlrance to reconstruct Shenandoah
avenue from Compton avenii" to Grand ave
nue, excepting granitoid curb and gutter, on
south side of Shenandoah avenue from Ar
kansas avenue wectwnrdty, a distance of
about four hundred ard fifty-nine feet.
An ordinance to reconstruct Jefferon ave
nue from Washington avenue to Franklin
An ordinance to reconstruct Cass avenue
from Hogan street to the center line of
Twenty-second street, runnlns south of
Cost a v enue.
An ordinance to reconstruct Cass avfnue
from center line nf Twentj-second street,
running- south of Cas3 avenue, to Jefferson
Aecompanving the abo e-tiamcd ordi
nances Is a report of the Committee on
Street Department of the Board on oral
remonstrance of Wm. J. Iymp Brewing
Companv nnd Western Cable Railway Com
pany against reconstructlrg Cherokee street
from Thirteenth .-treet to Lemp avenue, tin
der Board's motion No. J62S; also written re
monstrances signed by the owners of a ma
jor part of the property on the lino of pro
posed reconstruction In the cose of each,
of said ordinames, except aid reconstruc
tion of Cherokee streot from Thirteenth
street to Lemp avenue (in which latter
there was no written, but only oral, remon
strances, as aforesaid), to wit:
Remonstrance of Edward Scheffer et al.
against reconstructing Cherokee street from
Lemp acnue to Jefterson nvenue.
Remonstrance ot Anton Roesch et al.
aMinst reconstructing Cherokee street from
Jefferson nvenuo to California avenue.
Remonstrance of Henry Pabst et al.
against reconstructing Park avenue from
Eleventh street to St. Ango avente-
Remonstrance of Dexter Tiffany et al.
against reconstructing Park avenue from
St. Ange avenue to Eighteenth street.
Rcmonstrarce nf Henry Mueller et al.
against reconstructing Park avenue from
Etqhteenth street to Mississippi nvenue.
Remonstrance of Wm. Btechoff et al.
a-ainst reconstructing Jefterson avenue
from West Jefferon avenue to Adams
r Remonstrance of Geo. M. Blair et al.
nuain't reconstructing Shenandoah avenue
from Ncbraeka avenue to Compf on avenue.
Remonstrance of .Michael Hahn et ol.
ngnlrst reconstructing Shenandoah avenue
from Compton aioniM'to 0? ",nu,?; .,,
Remonstrance of Frank X. Jlnlhal! ot j!.
a.aliiEt reconstructing Jefferson avenue
from Washington avenue to Franklin ave-
nRemontrar.c of John F. Ruth et al.
a&bTt reconstructing Cass avenue from
Hogan street to Tvrenty--ecpnd street.
Remonstrance of Joseph M. Brown ct al.
against reconstructing Cass avenuo from
Tcrty-'econd street to Jefferson avenuo
I am instructed bv the Board of Public
Imp?ovemerts to say that, said Board hav
ln" considered said remonstrance?, never
theless recommends the above-named ordi
nances to your honorable body for pa-ssage
bv a unanimous vote ot all its members, be
cause Hie several respective streets men
iora'd in said respective ordinances, being
entirely worn out. require. In the opinion of
the Board, immediate reconstruction.
ROBT. E. MCMATH
Bills as above, were each read first lime
ard Numbered from 201 to 21".. inclusive.
SECOXD READING-OF BIELS.
House BUI No. 1S7. An ordinance to recon
struct Laclede avenue from the center line
of north and south alley. Vjtween city
bocks numbers seventeen hundred nnd
tv.entv and seventeen hundred and twentj
on'e. to Compton avenue.
House Bill No. 1S8. An ordinance to recon
struct Lucas avenue from Beaumont street
to Garrison avenue.
House Bill No. IS). An ordinance to re
construct Lucas avenue from Garrison ave
nue to Grand avenue.
lions BUI Xo. 190. An ordinance to re
construct Fifteenth street from Market
street to Washington avenue.
House Bill No. 191. An ordinance to re
construct Twentieth street from Market
street to Washington avenue.
House Bill No. lfti. An ordinance to re
construct Twenty-first street from Market
street to Washington avenue.
Mouse Bill No. liC. An ordinance to re
construct Twenty-second street from Mar
ket street to Washington avenue.
House Bill No. 191. All ordinance to re
construct Twenty-third street from Market
street to St. Charles street.
House Bill Xo. 19". An ordinance to re
construct Beaumont street from Locust
street to Franklin avenue.
House Bill No. 105. An ordinance to re
construct Leffingwell avenue from Locust
street. to Franklin avenue.
House Bill No. 137. An ordinance to re
construct Ewlng avenuo from Locust street
to Franklin avmie.
House Bill No. IDS. An ordinance to re
construct Compton avenue from Laclede
avenue to Morgan street.
House Bill No. 3K. An ordinance to re
construct Leonard nvenue from Locust
street to Morgan Rtrct.
House Bill No, 290. An ordinance to re
construct Chlpnewa street from Jefferson
avenue to California avenue.
House Bill' No. 201. An ordinance to re
construct Tyler street from First street to
Broadway, except the space occupied by
steam railroad tracks.
H011-0 Bill No. 202. An ordinance to recon-truct
Laclede avenuo from Compton
avenue to Grjnd avenue.
Hoi.sj Bill No. -03. An ordinance to va
cate alley In city block No. 177S.
BUN .(-.above were each read second time
and referred to Committee on Public Improvement-.
Mr. Faulkner entered.
INTRQDI'CTION Of BILLS.
Mr. Madera introduced
Hou-e. Bill No. 2lfi. An ordinance regu
lating the candle power of illuminating gaa
furni-hed to private corsiimer-. providing
for Inspection, and li.ing penalties for vio
1 itions thereof.
I dud first time.
REPORTS Of COMMITTEES.
Mr Tambljn. from the Committee on
Public Improvements, submitted the follow
House of Delegates,
fet. 1 ouis. November 23, IS-.
Vour CoTni'itlee on Tuuhc Improvements,
in whom was referred
Hou-e Bill No. 112. An ordinance supple
mentary to oidinance number nineteen thou
sand -K hundred and thlrtv even, making
an additional .appropriation for the Improve
ncnt or Papiit street between Manchester
avenue ami Bojle avenue
R spec tfully report that the- have con
sidered the same and recommend it- pass
WM. it TAMBLVN.
ti ... .. Chairman.
Hou-o BUI No. 112. as above, was ordered
to e-sro nienr
Mr. Helm-, from the committee on Rail-roid-,
sai,nlittr,i the following report:
Hou- of Delegates.
.. St. Louis. November 23. IJoO.
Vour Committee on Railroads, to whom
House Pill Xo. lctl. An ordinance atithor
izirg Hie W.tb.isn Railroad Companv- to con
struct .1 -v-.itch track from Its wct track
Ir. Second street rnrth of Taliott avenue
nortliwes-vvardlv into the propertv of hit
taker ami Weber in citj. block No! 3.;S2.
Rc-pectfullj rpport that thev- have con
ioercd th same, ard recommend Its pars-ar-e.
Hou-e Bill No. ISC. as above, was ordered
Mr Fchum ichrr. from the Committee on
Sriltary Affairs, submitted the following
House of Delegates.
St Louis, November 23, 1V0.
Your Ccmmltfec on Sanitary Affairs, to
whom was referred
Hon-e Bill No. 1.". An ordinance autho'
l7lng the Mcincrs Livery and Undertaking
Company to erect and maintain a. livery
Respectfully report that they have con
sidered the ime. ard recommend Its pass
H01.se Bill No IS", as above, was or
dered to Migrossment.
Mr Murrel! (I. IC.l. from the Committer
on Legislation, submitted the following re
port: House of Delegates.
SL Louis. November 23, 1900.
Yojr Committee on Legislation, to whora
House Bill No. 4. An ordinance author
izing the Merchants" Exchange, through Its
directory, to supervise and regulate tho
weighing of grain and other fnrm products
recelv-d bv- rail or river Ht St. Louis, or
shipp. d therefrom, except grain received at
Respectfully report that thev have con--Idercd
the same .and recommend Its pars
..ge, with the following amendments:
JNO. K MURRELL.
Amend House BUI No. 4 as follows:
In section 1. line S. after the word "at,"
add the following: "Or shipped from."
In section 3. line 3. after tne word "shall."
add the following word: "be."
In section 5. line 1. after the word "shall."
strike out the following words: "provid
the nece-sary scales for the weighing of
grain and other farm products and."
In spetlon :. line 2. after the word "estab-li-hmenl.'
add the following' word: "main
tenance." In section 6. line 4. after the word "or."
add the following word: "be."
In section 7. line 3. after the word "estab
lishment." odd the following word: "main
tenance." In section 7, line 4. after the, word "ordi
nance." add the following: "provided. how
ever, that any differences arising under th
operation of this ordinance between the
carriers and their patrons shall be arbi
trated. The shipper or consignee, through
the proper officer of the Merchants" Ex
change, shall appoint one arbitrator, the
carrier another; these two. if unable to
agree, to select the third."
On motion of Mr. Lehmann. amendments
offered by the committee to House BUI No.
4. as above, were adopted.
House BUI No. 4. amended as above, was
ordered to engrossment.
Mr. Bersch. from the Committee on En
grossed and Enrolled Bills, submitted tha
House of Delegates).
St. Louie. Nov ember 23. 1W0.
To the Speaker of tho House of Delegates:
Sir Th Committee on Engrossed and
Enrolled Bills report the following? as truly
engrossed and correct, to wit:
House Bill No. 4. An ordinance author
ising th Merchants" Exchange, through Itn
directory, to supervise and regulate th
weighing of grain and other farm products
received by rail or river at St. Louis, or
shipped therefrom, except grain received at
Hotipe Bill No. H2. An ordinance supple-montarv-
to ordinance number nineteen- thou
sand six hundred and thirty-seven, makins
an additional appropriation for the im
provement of Papln street between Man
chester avenue and Boyle avenue.
1 JlVtZ B",' f0' 18S An ordinance authorizing-
the Mciners Livery and Undertaking
Company to erect and maintain a liver?
House Bill No. 1SS. An ordinance authori
ing the Wabash Railroad Company to con
struct a switch track from Its west tfaSc '
ie-(?econ.(1 stet north or Talcott -avenue
trhHT'Jl10 .the Property "!
W hlttakcr and Weber in city block No.
t,?rSU7LBI11 - 4" " "bovewaTread
thin! time and passcU by tho tMo.
Ayes Messr. Bersch. Burke. Dennv -
HeWneSeltGUrtkr" H'"1?. HartiiaSS:
Hclnus, Kelly Lehmann, Madera. Murreiu!
Ji P2.rkT" nohcrron. Schumacher. Sheri
dan, Stiirdevant. Sweeney, Tamblvrc Zaih
ritz and Mr. .Speaker Murfell-Sj
Absent-Messrs Albright. Cronin, Decker.
Holtcnmp and Schnettl'r 5. " '
,hHur.'. niH la' as nbov. was read
vole- Passed by the following;
vAiS-lesr1-, Bersch. Burke. Denny.
refi!y,P Gu,tkC" "ann'Ran. Hartmann
Helms. Kelly Lehmann, Madera. Murrell J.
, " FSTkeP ftobertson. Schumacher. Sheri
dan. Slurdevant. Sweeney. Tamblyn, Za'ch
rltz and Mr. Speaker MurreU 21.
Absent-Messrs. Albright. Cronin. Decker.
Holtcamp and Schnettler 3
IoU5e. BUI :No. 135. as above, was read
third time and passed liy the following
Ayes Messrs. Bersch. Burke. Dennv. -Faulkner.
Gutke, Hannlgan. Hartmann,
Helms. Kelly. Lehmann, Madera. Murrell J.
K.. Parker, Robertson, Schumacher. Sheri
dan, Sturdevnnt, Sweeney. Tamblyn, Zach-
rltz and Mr. Speaker Murrell 21.
Absent Messrs. Albright. Cronin, Decker,
Holtcamp and Schnettler 3.
House Bill No. 1S8, as above, was read
third time and passed by tho following
vote: Ayes Messrs. Bersch. Burke. Denny.
Faulkner. Gutke. Hannlgan. Hartmann.
Helms. Kelly. Lehmann, Madera. MurreU .J.
IC, Parker, Robertson. Schumacher, Sheri
dan, Sturdevnnt. Sweeney. Tamblyn, Zach
rltz and Mr. Speaker Murrell 21.
Absent Messrs. Albright. Cronin, Decker.
Holtcamp and Schnettler 3.
On motion of Mr. Helm", all absentees
were excused for nonattendanco this even
ing.. Ir. Hannlgan moved that the House do "
The motion prevailed.
The Hou-e adlourned. to meet Tuesday,
November 27. 13X, at 7 p. m.
W. H. JUDT.
City of St. Louis.
November 22, 1900.
To Whom It May Concern, Take Notice:
The Commissioners In the matter of open
ing alleys in city block 371, under ordinance
No. 13272. will meet at room 334,. City Hall,
on November 23. 1D09, at 3 p. m., for the"
purpose ot assessing benefits occasioned by
said opening, and all parties Interested are"
invited to be present; when and where they
have the right to be heard, and may except
to the Commissioners' report before the
Clrct'lt Court when It is filed.
The taxing district for sale! opening In
cludes the property in city block 3716, bound
ed north by Kenncrly avenue, south by-Cottage
avenue, east by Taylor avenue and
west by Cora avenue.