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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1901. 8 - t-. A. .f&. r& : ? W. lv- z fe-; IS. 13- s " 1 ia--? SrT, a' K - ! BIRTHS, MARRIAGES - . AND DEATHS, j -RECORD OF BIRTHS. Henry and Marie Rueter. 1014 Ann; girl. Jobn nod Liie Standrord. 1124 Benedict: girl. A. and K. Itoffjl. 1210 Hebert: girl. V. and . Hammersmith. 12B txrath Grand; bov. G. and M. Eyermann. IW2 South Grand; boy. II. T- and A. Boese. JUS Hickory: slrl. W. C and A. 11. E. Bergmann. J Hickory; J.' A. and R- A. Tobias. SIS Hickory; girl. James and Bridget Rvan. X3S Hlckorj: girl. D. W. and E. A. Robert. WIS Morgan; girl. Charles and Kale Schaan, 2S43 Texas; ly. Jaul and Bertha Aneelo. 42S3A Finney: strl. R and M. Renin. rAsl Horton: boy. II. Jt. and A. E. Halteman. 2070 Hawthorne: bov. W. and M. Leahy. 402S North Eleventh: boy. II. and A. Klumeyer, 3242 North Eleventh; Slrl. . F. and R. Melnholz. SIM. Salisbury: boy. N. and A. Stephanovitch. SIS Lfsprrance; boy. J. and I. Miller. HIS North Klehth: tw- Hirnard and Alice Mosby. 612 Red Uud; boy. J, E. onJ A. i:. Beadle, S1SA South Sarah: William and Fannie Furgeson. 3424 Linden: boy. Adolph and Katie MelMnbaeh. S354 South Seventh; boy. - F. H. and S. C. Mueller. SWA Union: girl. John and Ellen Uln. ?JH North Jefferson: boy. Joseph ard Mary Drain. 1S34 Division: boy. Jacob and Sadie Zidel. 1051 Va-li; bov W.-nd L. Kuemmerle. 3115 North Nineteenth: Ctrl. R. L. and B. T. Evan. 431 Papa: bov. Fred and Kate Chamber". 1434 Hills: girl. , It. E. and M. E. Nolan. S19 rrFallon; girl. George and Amelia Ackermann, 131SA Allen: girl. A. and L. Stienkam. iS.lt Ohio; girl. E. and M. Waxmann. 2206 Illinois: boy. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Engea Thomas Katberlne Most Oeorg Schneider. Lena Schwake T. R. Foster Katberlne M: Lucke Hermann Lutkenhoff Louise 'Wilde II. C Rica -. Llbble Bchultle .-SOS Fiamnel Westbrooks, Jane Williams Frank Mlltun'. Vivian Hendricks Oeorg Slabert Edna Morris 11 Brown. ............ Emma. Williams "Archibald Cowan Zlia L. Turner. Henry Postel Ids. Decker Frank McNamara Mrs. Alice B. H. Smith... dam E. Bleyer. Fay Voxel O. E. Mltcheau Bertha Itelsch Charles Jones Margaret Thomas..... I. A. Stebblns Holds, Oaertner. - F. Moehrs......... ...... Anns X. Frans. .... ' IPBBam Alien Bsrasi Rsehsxd.. .... BeftrsaBii Wlnterfeld........ JTAtlie'rln Traum... ... John Derail, Jr............ Mnuua Jost ....East St. Louis. HI ...Em St. Louis. Ill 1147 South Second Ill Sidney SW5 Delmar ,...urs Mormon 1114 South Ninth 008 Minnesota ...East St. Louis. Ill North Twenty-second 921 Palm Jd Palm , Hannibal. Mo Hannibal. Mo 213 L-irle-le 2C03 Laclede ..Webster Grove. Mo ..Webster Groves. Mo 2523 Carr 3421 Lawtca 1C24A South Eleventh .2(44 Chippewa ....Benton Station. Mo ,...Bntoa Station. Mo 4.1S6 Maryland 2100 Washington St. Louis St. Louis ...1742 North Twelfth 2654 Morgan 4226 Blaine .....2303 South Twelfth 1016 Morrison MS South Sixth 1SKH Linden ,... .1334 Linden .......111 South Eighth .1311 South Eighth .2103 O'Reilly 426 Eepenschled Shattnck. Ill 1710 Korth Lcfftngwell 303 Fair .23 Plom JstOiFaber. Llssle James....... Jobo Bailey. XatJ Gordon....... Wc1IbsfBIbcs (Solid Gold). 'n-i.,..i miiMMi t2.00 to 130.00. Mennod -i-Jecarrrs. Broadway and loetiit. BURIAL PEsUOTT..- Hair A. McDonough. (X years. X3S Sotrtl. Blxth: aadtea. " Albert Gambon. & 7ar, IBS Choutasvu; eoo- Thma Ryan. U years, aty HospJtsJ: gastro enteritis. Wllllaia F. Levy. Mi Cook: aeotlo fever. "John O-Bourke, 1 years, aty Hospital; per- '"lbergusoo. 1 day. 1424 Linden: Inanition. Leealy aonton. M years, Xi Kennerly; heart LUllas FarrhuV years. IMl Bella Olafle; ex- nrvmh vuvlati. S AftM. lffl. Ball OImAm: tW- WUtT. , , nur' liLwwwiLsw tu. ". wu- Fleaasat Baaby, U yaarm, aty Hospital; ty- , years. Hit Korth Twelfth: nam telT saorgan: bem- SSrI WaK '4 .ysafsv m BUln aalinsiHer- an acOr. jmn, 9KX ZMcalb; wenmna. inwi. m yean, SU MdBey; heart dls- r. 1 day. 44MA Oram Lea: InanlUon. Walksr. . jeara, st Fapin; fright's B.- lAHar. V year. W Karyland: OaTtn. illB'tMrMoB: anoclezy. Fits; 1 day. I74P Marine: Inanition. KEAI. ESTATE TKAJTSFERS. SBiasBpsaBseessseiSBSejsiatfSiieeseseaieaes JastTMatB at ft, a. aC, tat. Hamilton aad Allattlnmr Xsrls Pasa to Monroe " Wisrald-w. d - I 2,6)0 .sauwn. ft C R. Davie Real Estate -q. to ivajL Byrne er. 4 12.0W OTT BLOCK Lou 1 and 2; Chas. Prelss Tnfci i r Xm 3 --- '& Ftask X? SSS i..B I -.- - ts Its Lagan w. J I'.-.i fLABlT' as ft., n. a, bet. Beaumont and Isrc . jMhinraB: Baa King to Walter King j. a ee...H. ... ....... : - CWTRJtX-4i ft. is 1a.; Ja CUrt t 1 (oo w; d..... ft -Wl .. tsstL tarsia, anr LJ tmrj- ucsMicncn to elrestcr Qeewee .. e-"" ii - " .-JO ft., w. at, set. Clinton ggjaaataja: 95 t aaaeaaon: sryiTtsrer Hanschulte to BSEShSJ iEnn"Rlsse to Byi- 1 X.HO J5; ?25SJb ' t " CsT aad Pea- "? Hoaa Realty Co. to Walter Lee- g'j jaVCMKBLT S ft., a. s bet Pendleton 2? SS2LS?ti,'Ctol M o Coae. Wal- fe.TlSSE!L trJt - ?t. Beaumont . LM f " 'S SB ntJufflTrrir? KWselnorst te "- S.UT20'1. Rdwta, Kleselborst to (.HOB tm 1 l.OJO t,ta 2.W0 Hi 1.H0 74 L200 tta ;v Tsssrisxnisi. ? l:ft;fiaSIeetJ!i pe-artiner' "to J MaRcCB-a ft.: aarah McCbirtey. to Ed t:x - ( rasa iln a A. v.-t c: ...i iiimi it. i mirn as -ft., w. . bt. Ann and Thompson to E'jaaj'JLiSL-?" S?JE JrHKB-l ft., .a. a, bet. Boyle aad . t J Mesfaseeal. Xm TMw4. Cmji...- ..-. --.-. . w 1 . -w J.IMg .nuauu W5 'e.-'"" -""-"-'' :S 4f?- E?: Frank O'Consen to. William nSv'n''iir'w'' .-warjia an! HeoaJroHect tri lector Plednolr to Aaatta Rrunrs-wTW v.: i-tv TIRgiNIA-a ft., a. -a. Bet. Koeln and y .-1-- aaaaai: aCBnjnaL 11 reelan to August Curry- r M0 ft, w. a. fctt. Ilamey and ;-uuan aataaan to wiruara Ro- ' a... ................. ......... BVIlVODIQ'PEJUIlTt. frd. '- t'f 4Xary Jfanohaw, MU Chouteau: More; a,a. V- f John Truuuuann. xm Pare: dwlllner 11 son Page; d BuUdmc at mi -. ' Boanlon Realty and Building Company. 2MS-' 5- "JSfS ! s: .S4. Eeoff-aati; . I-L-- 3tK. Louis Transit Cotnoanr. Dexter and Cbnm. 13" Mi: im; fLMO. . 15 -Jj". Baylea Bra Company. MtCll North J" arBTB arntr nflfktV I? ; , . e- NEW CORPORATIONS. . MtttOCTU. AaaCRLTf SPBTilAL. 5Jl!15 air" !S " Becretary of vfjmj Mainu cttuiiiiii oe incorporation tb Mlosrbw companies: ..Col County Democrat Printing Company, Jef- 'BonClty: capital. JS. 000. Ineorporators-J. R. .??& John.F. Fulkenon, Alea Carey and . J. Edwards. . Berr-Martln Dry Good Company, Et. Joseph: taLil8,03, Incorporatcrs Banjamtn F. Herr, Owen T. Martin and William B Smith. al?HASa?nra, Cornpany of St. Louis; capi tal, JD9S.0M. Incorporators Louis J. Short. Clark -D, Brown. Henry Devln and others. nDeimar Laundry Company of fit. Ltrals tn ereased Its capital stock from ft.OM to a.000. Kst Sherwood Lead anfi Sana Company ot ?J12. J.crr,,', lta CPM ock rrom tl&ioM tt) t200,OW. BUSIXES9 WASTED. AT Once Parties having suit goods tier de air tailored to call at 123 N. ElevenUi sLTlck. aor Tailoring Co. Best serrlos. ATTENTION Your old straw hat cleaned and made like new- tor iSc while jou wait, Martin -at-Son. 412 Chestnut at. r.BOAEDINO and rooming house wanted.- 8. b! Barber. SOI Roe building. ..COLLECTIONS wanted by competent attorney; coOvctioris handled m or out of town: strict a. kntfan- tM I. HMfm.t w...m Xt 4. On n t-- TT -" " ' sic IKii: ' " DIVORCES proSTDtlr and.- quietly obtained: -;i"Yr snonthly paymenU; damage anlu handled: com- ws- .petrot atiomeys, an uneetnnt. room no. SB? you hare a butcher (hop, drug store, ai 1mm Ii lantiw liiw-a n am r aaraMlahpA Kilw By- tot sale. I can seU It. S. E. Barber. SOS Ro bonding. OIL LANDS. Wffl remain tn Bt. Lool a day or .two, trtvtng C.1- - eSttflSsa at . Reararuvit. TaeL. on . SnlndietOn . SIX1- -'i - - - - - - -r - fb, - -aZ mis niaisis. &nw uih is xignt. unHltiwr " v. txvmi mk gieai ou siawr-. v.vpxkf "7j .' orniisTKm ot a cornpany or tor privai in- ,-saxnspi. Aoxn-eas r m Kepooiic - - DRESSMAIOHO. . 8L Lool Ladier TaOorlror'ColIeg. llman'si iMirfeet eseieni " taateht In two zno&tha STEAMSHIPS. llOlli.Pllliil PHILIPPINE ISLAND3-VIA IHrMn "UXIrl HONOLULU. Pacific Mall S. ri. Co.. Occidental ft Oriental . 8. Co.. and OrKnUl fc. S. Co. From San Francisco: China. September 12: Doric. September 20: Nippon Maru. September 27. For pa-wage and freight rat;s, reservations passase orders. and Information, apply to L. L. Townsley. agent. 431 Olive St., St. Lnuls. EACHAMiK AD B1RTER. TO nxchange Drue r-tcre. fine and new, for city Improved real eeiatc S. E. Barber. 50 Itoe building. LOST AAD FOUSD. LOST Newsboy's petition; please return same to home. 21; N. Thirteenth st. Joeph Simpson, manager. LOST On Bellefontalne car. a brown puree, con taining key. Jones ticket, small change M-aee return at Jones's drug store. Tenth and Cass, ana receie reward. STOCKHOLDERS' JIEETIXG5. THE WABAail BAU.I50ADCOMI'ANT. NOT1CB OK HtULLAH ANNUAL MEETINU OF muCKHOLKRS ANI DKUENTURi. UONDHOJJJERS. Notice is hereby git en that on Tuesday, the eighth day of October. 1SQL at the hour of nine o'clock A. Jd., to regular annual meeting cf the btocwtioldeia and Debenture Bondholders of the Wabash Railroad Company wilt be held at the office of smith tc. lteckwlib Che General Attor ney of said company :&r the tate ot Ohio), o'l he fifth floor ot the Produce Exchange UuIIJlnr. In tr.e City of Toledo. sut of Ohio, tor tlii purpose of electtna a ooard of thirteen directors of tald compsny and for the transaction of such other business as ma) be brought before lt- Tl-e following special nutters nill also be sub mitted to the sSlockboldera and Debenture Bond holders of lbe Company at said meeting for their appiovul or disapproval: 1st. The question cf whether The Watash Railroad Compan will, by deed of comejance. or ia other lawful manner, acquire the railroad and piopvrty of the Boone County and Bcon iille Itallroad Compans, extending trom Cen tralla to Columbia, in the State of Missouri, a distance of tweniy miles, more or ls. and as a tonMiifratlcn thtiefur guarantee pament ot the principal and Interest of the bonds of said Boone county and Boonvlil- Ilallroud Cnmpan) to an amount not exceeding the sum of Three Hun dred Thousand Dollars, secured t a first rnort gago on sala railroad, raid bonds u. bear lnteret at a rate not exceeding four per cent per an num, pajable semiannually, and both the prin cipal and interest c said bonds to be paid in cold coin of the United State. It being under stood that with tno hundred of said bonds (of the par alue of One Thou'and Dollars each) all existing Hens on said railroad shall be dis charged, and that one hundred of said bonds nf the par alue of one Thousand Dollars each) thall. when su gua'anteed, be retained by and be the property of The Wabash Kallroad Com pany and the proceeds thereof expended by It in the betterment of said line and in the ac quisition ot additional equipment. 2d. The question of whether The Wabash Railroad Company will, by purchase, or In other lanful manner, acquire the railroad and property of what 1; now known as the Omaha and St. Louis Kallroad Compan, which railroad extends from Pattonsburg. In the btate of Mis souri. 10 Council liluns. it. the State of !oa, a distance of one hundred and forty-fiie miles, more or less, and wbethei as a consideration therefor The Wabash Railroad Company will either Issue Its own bond secured by first mort gage on said railroad, or guarantee payment 0? the principal and Interest cf the bonds of an other company, secured by first mortgage on aid railroad, to an amount not exceeding the sum of Three and a Half Million Dollars, said bonds to bear Interest at a rate not exceeding three and a half per cent per annum, payable semiannually, the principal and Interest there of to be payable in gold coin of the United State.. It being also understood that all ot ssld bonds not required In the purchase of said rail road and the discharge of existing liens thereon shall, when so Issued or guaranteed, belong to and be the tiroperty of The Wabash Railroad Company, and that the proceeds of not less than Five Hundred Thousand Dollars thereof shall be expended In the betterment of salS railroad, and In the acquisition oz new equipment for said line. 2d. There win also be suhmlited to the Stock holders and Debenture Bondholder at said meet ing all such trackage and traffic agreements prevlculy approved by the Boarfi cf Director, as Counsel shall advise to be necessary. An adjourned meeting of said Stockholders and Debenture Bondholders will also be held on Wednesday, the ninth day of October. 1901. at niae o'clock A. M.. at the office of the Presi dent of the company, on the 11th floor of tre Lincoln Trust Building. In the City of St. Louis. State of Missouri, to act upon or ratify the ac tion taken at Toledo upon the special matter above mentioned. The Stock and Debenture Mortgage transfer books of the company wtll close on Saturday. Settemb"r ". IML at twelve o'clock noon, and reopen October 10. 101 at ten o'clvk A. M. THE WABASH RAILROAD COMPANY. . Bv JOSEPH RAMSEY. JR.. President. J. C OTTEFON Secretary.., EDGAR T. WELLER. HENRT K. McHARO TnOMAS H. HTTRTlATtn. CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. rjvVRGE J. GOULD. RUSSELL 8AGK. rRANC18 PAVY. O. D ASHLEY, JOHN T. TERRY. P a REYNOLD. P. BWYCKOFF. EDWIN GOULD, JOSEPH RAMSEY. JP-. Directors. SITUATTOXS WASTED FEMALE. Three Lines for Fire Cents -Each Additional Line Five Cent Extra. ASSISTANT Situation wanted by young lady as office assistant to physician or destist; best references given. J 134, Republic GOVERNESS-Poslt'on In a refined family as gotemess by an experienced and refined Isdy; best ot references. T 128, Republic GOVERNESS Position by young lady, gradu ate of a Missouri seminary, as governess or teacher In preparatory or intermediate depart ments of some school: music a specialty; refer ences exchanged. II 135. Republic HOUSEWORK Situation by young gfrl to a dsa with general homework. 1229 Dillon. . HOU8DWORK Situation wanted by a reliable girl In small family; references. 1(21 Webster ave. j HOUSEKEEPER Situation by neat colored woman as housekeeper for a widow or doctor. B 124. Republic HOUSEKEEPER Situation wanted by perfect ly responsible party as housekeeper or as nurse or companion for an elderly lady. O 134, Re public LAUKDRES9-SlluaUcn by colored laundress to take home or go out by the day. 4049 Fairfax. LAUNDRESS Situation by first-class laun dress, with references, first two days In the week. 421SA St. Ferdinand. NURSE Situation by experienced nurse tor baby or sick lady: with reference. O 134, Re public OFFICEWORK Young lady desires position a general utility m office, with chance to learn; best references. K 134. Republic SEAMSTRESS Hemstitching, tucks and hm rrlng done by the yard: also plain sewing: first class work: reference given. 2S02 Cook, STENOGRAPHER Position by stenographer with some experience; can furnish machine. F 133. Republic STENOGRAPHER An experienced stenogra pher wants position; Is also familiar with genera office work: has been With one coccern-oer 12 years. P 138, Republic WORK Woman wants a place In country; mail family. C01 O'Pallon. BlTTJATIOHS WAITED MALE. Three Lines for Five Cents. Each Additional Line Five Cent Extra. BAKER First -class bread and cake baker wants situation1: city or country. 4423 S. Main. BARTENDER Young man ot 20 desires posi tion as assistant bartender at once; sober. S 134. Republic BARTENDER Situation by good bartender: not afraid ot work; good mixer; speak Engtlsa and German: wages not so much an object as permanent place. 2 137. Republic BOOKKEEPER with prominent house wishes small set of books to write up evenings. X 131. Republic BOOKKEEPER Thorough bookkeeper, famil iar with safeguard system and experienced of fice man, desires permanent position. R 131, Re public. CLERK Situation In grocery as clerk; experi enced; references. P 116. Republic. CLERK Situation as Junior drug clerk: two years experience: references. 2S12 Washington. CLERK Situation by experienced grocery clerk; can give best ot references. Address Box 6. Bhaw. Mo CLERK Situation wanted by experienced gro cery 'clerk, speaking German: married; best ref erences; at once. C133. Republic - DRUO CLERK A first clan drug clerk, regis tered; do nor use intoxicants; best of referenc. M 136, Republic. FIREMAN Position by a good -locomotive fire--ran on a good road: four years' experience. Ad ams Tom Haydock, Bloomtleld. Mo. HOUSEMAK-Sltnatlon wanted by middle-aged man as houseman; very handy around horses; wages no object; furnaces a specialty. J'lM, Republic MARRIED man. 40 years of age, no Jchlldren. want work as janitor, -watchman or any other employment: stranger In city: strictly temperate, j cartas F. S. Bereman. Wlndom Post Office, Mo. SALESMAN Position as salesman, either coun try or city; shoe preierrea; pest ot reference, as Its. Republic STENOGRAPHER Experienced, rapid tnog rapber. ten years offlc experience, desires posi tion In law or broker office. A 137. Republic WALL paper to cleas.: nine years' experience la this work exclusively; send postal; will call. J. Neat. 222 Msrlos at. . WANTED-A clerkship In city or country: IK years' experience In general mercantile business: Al references furnished. Address Lock Box No. , Philadelphia. Mo. - WORK-Sltuatlon by a youth to do any Una of work. In or out of doors. Call lTOtAi Park av. YOUNG man. 28. ambitious steady, attlctly sober, desires work in wholesale house. R U. Republle, HELP WAJITEDFEMAlE. " Throe Lines for FIT Cent. Each Additional Lin Five Cent Extra. Waltreaaea. -WAITRESSES WANTED At the Brettltng Oar. 411 n; Broadway.,- . HELP WANTED FEMALE. Three Lines for Vive Cents. Each Additional Line Kite Cents Extra. General t1uaaerork. HOUSE AND NURSK GIRL WANTED To German girl', one as housegirl. other as nuse. 4543 Lindell ave. GIRI. WANTED For light work in manufac turing ccinpanj.. 4 N, iifcln. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good girl for general hlu?vork. Call 2521 Bell ue. HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to do general houwwork. 4350 West Uelit. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Oood girl for general bouscnork. Call, SHI Harper at. IIOUSEGlrurWANTBD-cirl about II to help with houf-ework. 2730 Lafajnte. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general house work; good wages. 4933 Fountain ae. HOUSEGIRL WANTKD-Clrf "to do cooking and general housework. Jtis itartmer. HOUSEGIRL "WANTED-German girl to do general housework. 41.T5 West Belle. ' HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general housework: small family. C47 Cook ave. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Girl for "general housework: small family. 4647 Cook ave HOUSEGHtL WANTED-Glrl for general hmisework: no washing. 4.-22 Delmar ac IIOL'SKGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general housework. Apply 914 N. Fourteenth at. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-4iJ Marjland at,; PPl at once. Oliie street cars pass door. HOUSEGIRL tVANTED-Gocd girlfor general housework: call Immediately. IMS N. GranC HOUSEGIRL WANTED Gill for general housework: wages (IS. Box 419. Klrknood. Mo. HOUSEGIRL WANfED-Touneglrl In family cf two for ceneral housework. 43.3 Laclede aie. "HOUSEGIRL WANTEDA-glrI lo do house work: good wages; references. 4j4I Westminster. HOUSEGIRL WANTED Experienced girl to do general housework; small family. 441 West Belle. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general fccuowurk: small family; good wages. 3140 pine street. HOUSBGIRL WANTED Experienced girl for general housework; small family; good wages. 2317 Ollte. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl 10 do general hcur.e.vork: come reay for work. Call at 2731 Lucas ave. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Competent girl for general houowork; family of three. 4433 West Utile place. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl for general hnucwork: small faml! ; good wages. 4153 Cat tleman ave. i HOUSEGIRL WANTED Young girl of ton9 experience to assist with housework. 5H3A Del mar boulevard. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to do general housework; gocd wages; small family; lower fiat. 3575 Laclede ave; HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Expert-nced. capable girl for general hou.ework: good pay. Apply at once to 4437 Delmar. HOUSEGIRL WANTED A girl to do house work, washing and Ironing; reference required. 40C3 Washington ave. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-Glrl to do general housework: family of three; call morning cr evening. IMP Delmar. "HOUSEGIRL WANTED Good German girt for general housework In family of two; good wages. 5190 Caharme ave. HOUSEGIRL WANTED-German girl for gen eral 'housework and assist In washing and Iron ing: must understand cooking. 2S40 Henrietta. WOMAN WANTED Woman for general house work. 4131 Washington; Clerk and Saleswomen. CANVASSERS WANTED Five salesladies, not afraid to convasa with an article highly Indorsed; good pay. Call George Frlsch. 404 N. Ninth st. LADIES WANTED To introduce our filters: big Inducements to right parties; 315 to RO week. Ftrndard Mfg. Co.. 322 Pozxonl butldlng SALESLADY WANTED Experienced dry goods saleslady: notion department: must speak Uerman. At Korte's. 1230-1232 Biddle st. Stenographer. STENOGRAPHER WANTED Young lady; state age, references and salary expected. M 134. Republic FU3IGAM SHORTHAND COLLEGE EXCLUSIVELY FOI 6IRLS. Union Trust Bldg. Position secured graduate. Dressmaker sad Seanastresae. EXPERIENCED hand on skirts and jack ts: good salary all the year round; week work or piece -vork. 782-704 Washington. LIRL3 WANTED Experienced girls on custom made coats. 619 Chestnut, second floor. GIRLS WANTED Experienced girls to work on custom pants. 420 Market St.. second floor. HANDS WANTED First-class hands on cus tom pants. 203 8. Seventh sU MACHINE HANDS' WANTED Experienced machine hands on muslin underwear and shirt waists coed wages: steady work. Freedman's, 411 N. Eleventh St. SEAMSTRESS WANTED A first-class seam strers who can do plain sewing and tucking nicely. Call at once. 711 Washington ave.- s5mSTRES9ESWANTED Twenty-five expe rieneerl machine nDerators to sew ladies' wran- .pers: steady work: good cay. M. B. Loeaensteln st uo.. .13 -. fcieveuui au SHIRTMAKKR WANTED-Experleneed shirt maker, wanting work at home, call on p. A. Casey 4; Co , 712 Washington avo; " WHSTMAKERSWANTED walstroaker; week work or piece work: steady employment the year round. Olga Mfg. Co., 617 N. Eighth at. Housekeeper. HOt.-SEGIRI. WANTED At 2120 Pine st. ' HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A middle-aged lady for housekeeper; must be good cook: by an elderly gentleman (widower) with two hoys 7 and 0 years. 1S03 Bacon st. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-One who will take an Interest and help: two In family: cull any afternoon after 4 o'clock: will pay well; take Tower Grove cars and get off at Koeraers Garden or take Grand ae. line and transfer at Arsenal at- 4123 Reber place Laaadresae. 1RONER9. ETC.. WANTED-Experleneed la dies clothe lroner; also small girls for light work. Union Laundry, 2008 Morgan. LAUNDRESS Woman for plain laundry work by the month. 1048 Taylor ave. LAUNDRESS WANTED First-class colored laundress. Apply at once, ready for work, item; OUve. OPERATORS WANTED Operators on neck band machine, and small girls to learn. Union Laundry Co., 300 Morgan at. NURSEOIRL WANTED Atone. - -340 Russell. NURSEGIRL WANTED Young girl to nnrs baby. 4253 Evans. NURSEGIRL WANTED-Nurseglrl; wages. 4232 McPherson ave. good NURSE WANTED Nurse for child 2 years and assist with housework. 4234 Westminster, t (Cooka. COOK WANTED-Gocd, experienced cook. 43 McPherson ave. COOK WANTED-Glrl to do cooking; good wages. 4X7 Pine . COOK WANTED A woman to cook and do general housework. 4322 West Belle. COOK. ETC. WANTED First-class cook; also I.otteyirl: references required. JMO Morgan. COOK WANTED-Experleneed ccokj must a slrt with washing; good wages. 4177 Washing ton ave. COOK WANTED Experienced woman a cook; also housegirl; references required. 3741 West Pine st. COOK WANTED A good, settled woman (ccl ored) cook: good wages; call side entrance. 1413 Washington ave. COOK WANTED-A good girl or nflddle-aged won an who can vook and do housework; will pay good price. Apply ax Olive. COOK WANTED Capable white cook. In pri vate family; assist laundress; reference. Apply In morning at 4480 Westminster place. aiseeUaaens. CANVASSER. MTC,. WANTED Woman can vasser and collector; good salary. L 108. Re public. DISHWASHER WANTED-oirl to wash lshs and help In kitchen. 3603 North Majet. FINISHERS WANTED Experienced finisher , on neckwear; also girls to learn the trade. 604 Washington ave. GIRLS WANTED-Glrl over IS rears to P-dc nuts. Apply Jtt N. Second c GIRLS WANTED To sew on caps; good wages paid. 817 Lucas aye,, second floor. GIRLS WANTED Five girls to roll canes; ccme early. St Louis Confetti Co.. t N. Ninth. ' GIRLS WANTED-To wrap, soap: apply at once. N. X. Falrbank a Co., Third and convent at. GIRL WANTEDFor kitchen wcrk at Ber nard' restaurant, 2w OUve at-; a girl toat withe to learn cooking preferred. HAIRDRESSER WANTED-At once: on who Tandsratanda facial iruasag and naanlciirlna Y 131. Republic KITCHEN GIRL WANTED-Glrl tor kltcbrn work. Confectionery, 414 Market st. LADIES to advertise baking powder: S3 week extra commission and car. fare: steady work. 304 N. Third at., room 22. PRESSER WANTED ail Finney are. PRESSER WANTED Preeser on waist and skirts, laser 4k Rubenstatn, Tjg Laos av. Take elevator... . HELP WAXTED FEJAI.E. . Three Lines for Five Cents Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra. Miscellaneous. SEWERS WANTED Mattress tick sewers. Apply Mo. Bedding and Feather CC, 112. Col lins st. bOLlCITORS WANTED Ten ladles to take or ders and deliver Anderson's whooping cough cure. !-.; uuve. tuicr ii a. m. S-TARCHEi'S, ETC, WANTED Starcher. fln-iMi-rs and neckband lroner. Apply P- A. Ca sey A: Co. 712 Washington ave.. or 4HIA Evana ave. . "WAITRESSES. ETC.. WANTED-Waitresses. chambermaldii, pantry girls, dls'iwashers. tcrub- .r.l. ami njlnt trla 14A iirm -t WANTED A capable woman to represent a thoroughly repon3il.le houj in each district as manager: the tiutlen are mainly office work aud correspondence: 31.2j0 -arly. Mgr. Holiday fZnnA iT. Htflr blftir. fhlni.n woman WANTED a t.Kiiv. reliable wom an, with no children, 'who will be willlnx to give half her time In v-ork for a go xl room and her tcard. Can at 1107 Etrel terrace: gocd references requlredr take Suburban car to Etiel av. STOVE REPAIRS For all stoves. A. G. Prauer. 310-318 X. Third st. HRLP WAXTED MALE. Three Lines for Five Cents. Each Additional Une Five Cents' Extra. Clerks and Salesmen. AN A. F. Sc A. M. wanted for work In the cit; an exceptional opportunity. Call room 404 Burlington building. Mo Olive st; "ASSISTANT WANTDD-OfCce assistant for city and out of city; IIS per we-k lO0 Olive st. CLERKS WANTED who can u0 easy, stvllsh shoe- for 12.95. Harris, 410 and 411 N. Sixth st.: the bekt apitointed and roomiest retail slue ston in St. Louis. DRUG CLERKS" WANTED-S. E. Barber. K Roe building. FIRST-CLASS, paying, permanent poslUon will be given to gooa. neatly drefsed bustler with soliciting ability. C. A. 'Walker. 115 Lincoln Trust building. MEN WANTED-SIx intelligent joong men. from 15 to 21 jears old. to work in stock ana learn the burlness; apply at once. 420 N. Fourth street. SALESMEN WANTEI-Clgar salesman; good money. El Mercantll Tobacco Co.. Ill Market St. TALESMAN WANTEDS3lesman of ability and gocd appearance. Room 223 Mermod-Jaccard building. "SALESMAN WANTED-Clgar salesman: good proposition to flrst-ciass man. Mutual Cigar Co., IOCS Locust St., scond floor. SALESJIEN WANTEDFor Missouri terri tory; the line Is worth 13o0 per month to the hu'tier for the fall trade. Z 1. Republic. SALESMEN WANTED-To Introduce our fil ters; big Inducements to right parties; 115 to 13) weeK. btanaara aiig. uo. a xrozwjui uuiwiiug. n..n..L. ... nr.. r. lVf- ll.k. -Ia line for saiesn-an who make small towns; big Inducement"! to reliable men. 421 Mermod-Jaccard building. SALESMEN WANTED-Saleemen to take or ders for 13.J0 custom-made parts; easy to obtain orders: no deposits; salary and commission paw to good hustlers Call always before 10 In i tha morning. Room 40S. Mermod & Jaccard building. The Trade. BAKER WANTED-Gocd. clean second-hand baker. 32C3 Laclede ave. . BAKER WANTED-Second-hand baker! lx nights work. California anil Ars-nal. BARBER WANTED 205 N. Twenty-eighth at. 5ap5eR WANTED To help out or steady. 421 jlarKei sv. Ticvf-H HANDS WANTED Experienced bench hands. Broadway I'ianinc Mills, 33 N. Broaa- way. BRICKLAYERS WANTED Fifteen bricklay er for Baring Cros-. Ark.: long Jofc union hour, nn woo- tnursnortation. F. m.. L. Heat Bricklaying Company. 321 Odd Fellows building. tmw Tjrr-rT-rv To feed lob nreses. Call at 215 N. Cardinal; T&TCHER WANTED-Good. young hatcher, from the country: single roan preferred. At 2303 Thomas st. BROOMMAKERS WANTED-Three' tnwt-cn broommakers; gocd pay and steady work. C 101, Republic "CARPENTERS WANTED-Two carpenter at Utah st. and Oregon ave. TaRPENTERS WANTED For finishing, at .. r,.J a. - T7-tl A mkl 4UTTWlI 4TI Once. KiU l-aiuna:vi x-rrit .vwttv..!-. y CARPENTER3 WANTED Two caipntf for ihlnsle roof at 913 -N. Sergntegnth st at . in. fjrv tt XTTsTa- 't?1rat4aTsxA s!nok for KIUCC1T . . .yyj?-"tnsjzsm zi lna FaJOOEU 4W" xuvum A .leftn aviftast fOl ladies waists. Isaac Rubenstein. 703 Lnca ave. Take elevator. HOUSTON, Texas Wanted at once 28 union brlcklavers: eight hours work; 6214 cents per hour: bring J. C. For every InforTnation apply In person or by mall to' J. A. Umbenltld. Secretary r0. . Mr. U. JtWJX iii ut.iwt s4atw a - Tt-in PHES5I FEEDER WANTED 1114- N. Broadway. - a&41 jTiriar4"i4ll LITIIOGKAJ'll pressnian mnira, ."-L"" " ,, and color: alro commercial transferer: both must be first-class: state- wages and send tet!monlal to The Morning News. Savannah.. Georgia. MEAT CUTTER WANTED Man tnwit cutter: - . .11 .. ea-na-tter CftfYI lvlrtrrri (tTK. flnJTlCi o oinrrs urwi '' -r-v --- ..n-... . ,.r n- a -k"TTrv nl llaarrttni1l n-ia- chanlc. CU at 113 3. .Seventh t.. between 850 ana v. 1 IVJI T?an-,1. VstifTr-I-nt. Vlnth And Pit 45 ntS. f v''- "" " " y.rtc-i Tt a VTVn lTntfts men onlir. CVII 7 a- m. Friday. WOO Chouteau av. Siror-M AXER WANTED 2355 Market st. srini-MAKER "WANTEDFor recalling. 2351 .a 1. . . . . J: . . -n 0--ak a Mlfh siiocaiAiir.K ''2Sl""ra;,,,"'v tools, on repairs: steady. Wilson's, lOHtt N. Sixth sL TAlLOR WANTED-Good tailor; steady work. Sim vygygr avc. WANTED nt national aieiai iruw -datlon wlU pay 27Mc per hour as wages, and as adiltlnnal compensation 10c per hour bonus for competent machinists to take the olace ofstrlk crs in tha city of Chicago: steady employment In the most mod-m shops. Address for partlcu- in T rv Tift 1IW7 rlrffO. 111. . n... nv . ... t. vn.1... MMMlMf vvvr. r.-" iin-uiit- iti.i. nw.i.-, vU. ...... .. i...i.u V-.-V M...r wMnMn rollers, oouuict. umei v-.w..v.- ..-...- and shearmen are offered full rates at Jobs In nt ..-.) a .tmi tn n cur nonunion muis. uuw i ui ...mi w. -w.. .- -started: full protection and steady work guaran teed. Apply, stating experience, to American Tin Plate Cc. 121 Carnegie building. Pittsburg. Pa. . Bookke-eperra. College of Commerce, 3M1 Morgan St. St. Lsuls. Mo. DAY SCHOOL opena Tuesday, Sept. J. and Night School Wednesday. Sept. 4. Prof. Mitchell, expert accountant, will teach bookkeeping (Bud get System), business science and rnp'd work in numbers. Mr. J. B. Jerome will lso Instruct In bookkeeping and arithmetic and act as cashier. Miss Rose Rosenthal will have charge of short hand iBen Pitman's), touch-typewriting and pen mnnsnlp. Dr. Ylckroy. a well-known teacher, will Instruct In arithmetic grammar. literature, the languages and lecture on civics and commer cial law. Experimental Department new, never attempted before by any Business College. De tached building, elegantly furnished. Position guaranteed when competent. Call and see our school and be convinced. Mlacpllaneaas. BOOKMEN WANTED Experienced bookmen fast, new proposition. Room 223 Mermod-Jaccard building. CLEANER WANTED Experienced woodwork cleaner twhlte). Call 622 Locust at. DISHWASHER WANTED-Man dishwasher. 22 N. Broadway. rmiVER WANTEDFor express. Apply fl Morgan. A..W TTt3 ."! 1 .. . VPI T7ne.ta.vi . er and helpers nr express companies. 1230 Oltre street. "MAN WANTED-Young man to assist in rail road freight office: JC0 per month. 1230 OUve st. MANWA5"TED-InausWou3 young man; good habit; business education (board) for service. 21i ... Cardinal. MAN AND WTFB WANTED-Man and wife, no children: general work, suburbs: references. 323 N. Eleventh st- MEN WANTED Young men to run on trains; permanent oayngnt runs, bi w mi. mrn WANTED Two Toung men to run on trains. Van Noy News COjtS S. Twentieth st "MEN WANTEDlFliteen men to loin new company of National Guard of Missouri: leave names with Attorney E. E. Wood. 403 Chemical building. "MEN WANTED-For tea and coffee routes: family trade; good pay and permanent pcajnon vear around. Apply between 10 ana 12. Great Vestern Coffee and Tea Co.. 72S Franklin av. PHARMACIST WANTED-At once, sober, re liable pharmacist; must playcornet or clari net: special Inducements to right man; want to hear from whit barbers who are musicians de siring location. Address Box 23. Forrest City. Ark. PORTER WANTED-Good porter for barber shop 3207 Morgan. , J WANTED-Everywhere: hustler to tack signs, distribute ctroulara, samples, etc; no canvassing; good pay. 8tm Advertising Bureau. Chicago. jcAaJiu)ftMwa mercantile: college, Lincoln Trust banding. Seventh and Oiestnntsts. individual Instruction given UBttKpa Pen. manshlp. Shorthand. TypewrtUng. Artthinetle, Grammar, etc, Fa(i Term, day and night, opens September I. HAYWARDS Baron and Skrtrtbaim Collg...l SasOad VelloWB lrIHTIHaT inoiviaeBU inwisn lShoiu Typewriuog. Issokkeeptag. At1t. aawsrt-Mai ae-a rwjaaiBFsBSBBBjrBja, sr-sjajir - nCLP WAXTED. MALE. inree wiw or rive Cents. Each Additional Line Five Cents Extra, Canvassers and Solicitors. SOLICITOUS WANTED Either sx; cities and country towns. P 134. lt-pubi!c. SOUCITORS WANTED-Elther sex: In every town for 4 to S day opium and whisky cure. Address, with stamp, Thompr-on Sanitarium, St Iuls, Mo. Laborer. LArORER WANTED-Day laborer at HI Olive U liil 9 . IU. nu.i. uniuvi.i m.viku rwenty.nve reck hreekers for crushers; work In ln.ilen Tr rltorj" free pass. Apply J. Dignan ltt3 N. Third st. B. Lantry Sons, contractors. Boy. EOY WANTED-Boy to run Job presa. Smith tz Co.. 105 S. Seventh. Bor WANTED-Neat colored boy, to sweep and wait on table, gio Pine. EOY WANTED A rellabio boy to do general work in an upholstery shop. Jis; Olive st. BOY WANTED R'lUble colored boy for dining-room work; references required. 3781 West Pine COPYHOLDER WANTED Boy or young man with ability to read rapidly and accurateli. Ap ply on third floor of The I'.cpuMlc building at S p. m. AGDXTS WANTED. A BTARTER-Free trip to World's Fair: sell Rebe.ah perfumes; free samples; Inclose stamp. Rebekah Company. 918 Pln st.. Ht. Loula. AOENT3 WANTED-Weli-dresed agents. Meyer tc Long. Sjl Globe-Democrat building. AOENTs'to sell World's Fair Emblem, now be ing us by committee; sells on sight: send for 10c sample. Murlilo Studio. 1214 Oiiva AGENTS WANTED Agents in country towns and city to solicit for magazine; 50c rommlsslon and chance for large ca-h prize. J 131. Republic AGENTS In city, male and femalo; blgg-st ln cictrrtnts ever offered: no waiting: quick re turns. Star Portrait Co.. 2(6 N. Eleventh St. AGENTS everywhere; new aluminum card case and cards; good sellers; big profits: samples free. Haskell. 9 S. Broadway, flt. Louis. AGENTS 112 dally made by agents selling our Claim File: used by every men-hart and physl clxn. Savers St. Co., D 22. 4n Olive. St. Louis, ato. AGENTS WANTEDFor Lest selleTorTearth; be first and get the cream; the World's Fair Star Emblem mallM for 10c Murlilo Mudlo. 1314 Olive. AGENTS 10 dally selling Queen Soap Holder to hotels restaurants, offices anl families: sells Itself; sample free. A. E. Forshee Co.. Cincin nati, O. AGENTS make big money plating knives and forks; particulars and a guaranteed headache cure fcr 12c. Acllress John H. Reed, P. O. Bex . SC Louis, Mo. AGENTS We have a fine propoltton for can vassing agents; large profits: honest business: exclu-lve territory: call or write. Lswls Medicine Co.. 405 N. Third st., St. Louli. Mo. AGENTS WANTED Rubber collars. 25c: cuffs. 50c: mailed on recetpt of rrlce: will not turn yellow guaranteed not to wilt: rend for circu lar. Thread City Collar Co.. 1230 OUve st. AGENTS WANTED At least one of rar new household novelties la needed in every kitchen: simply show It to a woman ard she buys: inrv protlts; sample and terms 19 cents. People's supply CO., Box 224, Alton, III. AGENTS on salary or commission: the great est agentr seller ever produced; every user of pen and ink buys It on sight; M0 to CM per cent profit; one agent's sales amounted to ID in six days: another 122 In two hours. Monroe Mfg. Co.. X 43. La. Crosse, Wis. BEST article on earth for agents: big money In salary and commission; outfit free. Murlilo. 1314 OUve st. EMPLOYMENT that pays Is offered to women, men, grown girls and boys In the vicinity of their home by our subscription department. We give liberal compensation: the most generous terms ever offered. Prompt reply secures a de sirable and permanent position, as our special authorized representative, with exclusive right". Previous experience desirable, but ntt necessary. Frank Leslie's Populir Monthly, for vears a leader among the best lCK-cent lllu.trated maga zines for the home. Is stronger, brighter, better than ever. Artlclas. stories by faraou writers: Illustrations by well-known artiste. Outfit free to person accepted as agents. Write us a pos tal to-day and name two references- This Is an opportunity too good to nej-I-et. FRANK LESLIE PUBLISinNG nOUSE. (Founded 1855). 141-147 Flftl avenue. New York. LADY AGENTS WANTED 'Queen" Protector for clothing during menstrual period; perfect rio tectlon guaranteed. S. C Cooper. Harrl'barg. Pa. MEN WANTED Men with rlra to advertise ami Introduce. Monarch Poultry M!xtiir: stralxht salary. 115 weeklv and expenses. Address, with stamp. Monarch Mfg. Co.. Box 683, Springfield, I1L SELLS rn sight any place: the World's Fair Star Emblem: mall loe for sample and partlcu lar at once. Murlilo Studio. 1114 OUve. "WORLD'S Fair Star Emblem now being ued by committee: beautifully lithographed: mall-d for 10c; agents wanted. Murlilo Studio. 1314 Olive. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. - ALL thoae desiring help cr seeking situations may register with the Free Employment Bureau ot the State Labor Bureau of Statistics, flltt Chestnut st Situations and help furnished tre of charge. Tel Kinloch A 881. COUNTRY men to wcrk en passenger train: steady. National Employment Co.. 113 N. Sixth. FIFTEEN machinists, wages S0c. 3Jc hour; steady emploiment guaranteed. Block, 113 N. Sixth st. GROCERY clerks and delivery drivers; 112 week. National Employment Co.. 03 N. Sixth st. LABORERS, teamsters, drivers. 12S to 125: ex enser. National Employment Co.. Ill N. Sixth. MULETEERS and hostlers for South Africa; call at once. Block. 113 N. Sixth st. SECOND bartender, RO; porter. U: waiter, 11. National Employment Co. 113 N. Sixth s THREE city delivery drivers, wholesale house, MX. National Employment Co.. 113 N. Sixth st. TWO grocery clerks. 110 to 111 week. Na tional Employment Co.. 113 N. Sixth st. TWO Janitors for large office buildings: National Employment Co.. 113 N. Sixth st. as- Wj-iTt-". 4?na wruilacolgt. rtAtl! IIS TTUIIltll. lUUslU 414114 1V -uv.uw ww - - National Employment CO.. IU IS. Blxtii st. MC31CAL. SIANDOtJN. rultar. banjo and Tlolln atrtnits, ISc ir set special discount; accordions, grapha- lT"-.T- ..V.An..i l-Tttnlath! nn,!4jtav pn-JUCa mil icuwun. -- -, -. . -. . " "" H .& tisa fla hkF4 KYV PlalBO'', IU 1 I1 MtJ nakfs and choice woods: save C0 to HOO by bujr lAg from the manufacturer direct. F .Q. Smitn, Mir.. yi2 OlWg st. A. E- TVhltaker, Mgr. ""kEMOVAI sale now on. Kleekamp Bros. Piano Co. 2324 Russell ae. Open e-enings. w loca- Hon axier jt:l. u, wv -.-.. liliaJUVjVLa Kale nuw vni -. n"u .- city pianos from J17 up. Kltekamp iirod. VUmo - ... . -.- - - - tvacilna lei vhat M , .; jus-:a 4c. " am H.laAas 4fAd 4r asnh BANJO, manaoim w biuum, . c, rH School of Music Odeon, 1042 N. Grand. 'HEAR the KOUi Ot H. iiiuiTi atiig, w y It is w buy It: sold only by, Daniel G Danker 1lanO -JO., r OUJtrtUHi U..L. ...... .- . - .. v C...B -iM.d ..(! twOFT .LT .- ,1.. I- Ptn hniilavnr Kej-n: uan.w. . - o-. . THE Old reliaDie cmrtni pmuu. .i wc "ej t the Daniel O. Danker Piano Company, north east coreeirteenthandNorth Market sts. 'AltARE bargain In good upright piano: goes for" 1150 cash: worth double: six months old. iaJ N. urana ave. H2S for nice seconanana uprisnfc ". . nnTonVs. neSlrnew tin. life andfcoo. redneed SJ,B1 WW and W0, are special bargains this week ttXO. Smith, Mfr.. 1012 Olive St. A. E. Whltakcr. Mgr P A-IOS FOn n EUT prices, and money paid as rent allowed on the purchase of a piano for a reasonable length of time. We have a few cx- upnnd?.u,Plrro0rn- ETupTa, Sufn'ew Warer00ITHE ESTOY COMPANY. 1U1 Ollv. rt. MlSCELLAlKOUS WAXTS. ARE you in trocbls over real estate, business or personal property T Can make you a fjuick deal. Y K-. rtepuouc. CASH XOr UnCiMCWICtt pu.U.1 Cru. wa.nw stamps, coins: list tree: premium coin list. luc. X: i 1 'i- o.mn n rnln fn Ml Tln. .t. jjj. ijbi. Bunny .. w. ...... . . SCRAlr iron, oones, eic; .ma lur imwi; " 1K3. Mayer Fertilizer and Junk Co- from 0 to riC2t ifih Kt Tinls XTa IVi -. A-..... -"-. ' SHOW case, calico iuiiv vics, imiurr .i..r. all kinds ot store natures. W. W. Reynolds. -rr Kim a National cash register. Joe Duffy. US N. Nintn t- nrANTED A parrot that can talk. E 51, R- pnbiic. DAScTsa ATTEND Prof. D. Honey Iect recepnem every Thursday venlng at his new hall. 3M1 Olive. Walts and two-step taught for 13. !1 oer term: rapid system: Prof. Hashagen's Select Dancing Academy. 33M Eastern ave.: re ception every Thursday evening. Lessons every MondajevenlBj?. ' BUSINESS CHAJTCES. a TEN shares In an old corporation: purchaser may have a good position with the cKKjany: an- J. X. lnnwnK. .cmury vnvr.. WISH to tako In drawing, scheme on projects. Improve machinery and furnish working draw ings; charge reasonable. Address W. Schmidt Mechanical Engineer, 203 N. Twelfth St. . BCBBER STAMPS, SEALS. aTECIM. ADAMS, the stamp man. 314 N. Blxtn st.. rnD ber stamps, seals, stencils, etc.; good, cheap. oolck. Writ .for new list. "hUBBER stamps, rubber ' typ. l.BJiJ brass and alomlnnm checks at lowest prices. Keeper stamp and Seal Company. 1 Locun at. nnns. CATS. FKTS. FOB SAXB. LARGE flt' Bernard oos; good wa Tery cbaap? HOI !. Ninth. t BCS1ESS FOR. SALE. EARHER shop: three chairs; new furniture; good location; make an offer. P. J. Cavanaugh, 3127 N. Grand. CIGAR and tew stand: oid stand: best bar gain In city for rcney; eacrllice :or two-thirds of invoice; must sell; no fake; Investigate. 2C2S Caes ae. . - CONFECTIONERY. laundry, news, cigar store; Just suit married couple; low rent and litlng room. 1731 Franklin ave. CONFECTIONERY, Ice cream, cigar. laosdry. news; old established stand; laundry paya rent; best stand In city for money. 1S12 Franklin ave. I1RST-CLAS3 Job printing office, cheap; a bargain. Apply J. V. laming. 303 Century build ings GROCERY and saloon In East St. Louis: estab lished :f04: doing a Rood tuRlncss; selling ac count of ill health. T 105. Republic LUNCHROOM, cigar, and tobacco; a bargain If sold thlsjweelt-JfOS Pine ot- NICE business pa Ing hundred dollars monthly can be Increased; price 31.C49. Good opportunity for young, active man, investigate. F 215, Repub lic MILLINERY store for sale: good location: small stock; cheap for cash. Address box 123. Ronneterre. Mo. NOTIONS, stationery and toys; also good ray ing lauidry businirw: cstaNl'ted P years; rea son for selling, other business. 172 Franklin ave. ROOMING-HOUSE Twelve-room roomlng bot.se. tilled with paying roomers; low rent; no Incumbrance: owner retiring account of sick ness: no agents. H 101, Republic- SALOON: good-paying corner. Oast Brewing Company. SIS N. blxth st. SALOON. 1200: felling 75 one-half barrel" beer monthly; must sell to-day. S. E. Barber. Ml Ro building. SALOON with hotel and boarding-house: 5 rooms, with ta.Ti nesting: patronized by trades anil laboring men long lease; cheap rent; best pajlng stani In St, Louis. Gast Brewing Com pany. 313 N. Sixth st. SHOP, with Jacki and machines; good trade: In a town of 3 (; only two shops In town Box 212. Flora. III. FOR SALE K1SCELLA5EOC9. COAL Dorr's high-grade. In BVbushel lot or over. 3o delivered. Dlward Dorr. 2uI3 Market rt. l'hone, Kinloch C 22. COUNTERS, sho-v cases. ccffe mills, scale, two grocers' and two butchers' loe boxes, clocks and coal-oil pumps. 1C1T Franklin ave. DESK Roll-top dek. 213 N. Fourtce"nth st.. rrom 7: cheap. IS, with chair. Call to-morrow before noon. ELEG.NT"nrunswIck piol and b'lilard tables; sell or rent reasonable: also all kinds ot supplies on hand. J. L. Fowler. 2321 Market sL FINE Elx-hole No. S steel range, set up com plete for 124.71. Cnndoi Bros., 1024 to 10JS Mar ket Jt. Laundry stoves. 13 H. GENUINE horcehide razor strop. 2x23 inches; all barbers use thorn: send 20c; actually worth fc. Standard Tcol Co.. rca N. Sixth at-. St. Louls. PAJNTS Oil. COc: turpentine, 31ci any leads, ;c: painters' supplies. Krel II. :ien-xi. 1311 Park ave.; both phone.-, D 1234. Sidney 421 M. BErORE buying millinery or hair goods It will pay jou lo call at The Paris Millinery Store and M. Peterson's Hair fctore. SOS N. Broadway. PAINT, Paint. Paint Pure lead 4o pound while It lasts; worth 6W:; cans slightly damaged, standard Tool Co.. 3 N. Sixth strxt to Hilts. "SECONDHAND slot machines, cheap. IL B. iiiiain?, v'j vuca ave. SHOE Manufacturers Useful natent in shoe trader manufacturer, rizht XX.OIU- C 1(Tf R. public. STREET CAR BODIES, SUITABLE for children's plav houses, chlclcen-hourrs. etc. 110; delivered within any reasonable distance In the city. O. Matce;. Sons Co.. 1631 N. Broadway. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Wanted. ALL kinds of household goods bought: entire contents of house wanted: full value pild. Jones 4: CO., 1143 Olive St. Main IT.; C 742. ASHTON. furniture and feather buyer: any size lots: pay highest cash price: established 1373: send postal. Asbton. 1111 S. Jefferson ave FEATEERS Will Jtay 45c a pound, any amcur.t, F. Losky. 1213 Morgan st. Phone C 36. FEATHkr.3 WANTEDSI. Speelman. 2S2S OUve st.. the old reUnle feather buyer, will pay 23 cents per pound, honest weight. Send postal. OLD fathers- will par 43 cents per pound; send postal. S. Batavla. IK N. Ninth. PARTIES declining housekeeping see me before selling furniture, pianos, carpets, etc: will pay highest price. Wolf. 2M1 Park av. Phone C 445. SECONDHAND furniture, stores, etc, large or small lots, bought at residence or store; good prices given by Gibson. 2211 Wash St. For Sale. rOUR beautiful gas fixture, richly 'finished; 2. 3. 4 hall light: 112.73. SOOJ Pine st. FOUR-PIECE parlor suite: plah. a bargain; In good condition. 1326 Montgomery st- OAIC sideboard, wardrobe, icebox and other furniture. Residence. HOT 8. Eleventh. STEEL range soft-coal burner: good order; bargain. 4:34 McMillan ave. TWENTY secondhand sewing machines; all leading makes and guaranteed; from 13 to HO: all attachments. C W. Haynsr, 25C5 Gravois ave. STOVES, new and secondhand furniture, beau tiful miflt carpets, rugs, etc.; tine payments. New York Storage Co.. 2212 to 22D Wash st. HORSES AND VEHICLES. For Sale. ALL kind" of delivery wagons, storm buggies, new and secondhand. Young it Ca, 1425. N. Broadway. BIG bay horse at horseshoeing; shop. 1107 St. Charles st. BIG team of draft horses: three good horses, suitable for buggy or delivery; prices will suit lou. 1S53 Locust st.. rear. CARRIAGES Fine make, nice order: all styles; new and secondhand; low prices, IIS and 817 N. Broadway. DELIVERY horse, IS; blind horse. 110: two open spring wagons: bargain. 4917 Easton arc GENTLE.young horse for family us; very cheap. 1328 Wash st. GOOD work team; horse and mule; 145. 2725 8. Broadway. HARNESS Secondhand and new of all kind: a good farm harness 212.u0: buggy harness 13.30 upward. A. Tnckett. 1322-IS2I N. Broadway. HORSE, wagon and feather renovating ma chine, complete, cr will separate; taken on debt; chfao. 3i21 S. Broadway. u.NE cpen buggy, set of harness snd good innrv. 4ra. bX 242S Cass av. RUNAPOUT. horse and harnee, 150; also four work horses, HO to SZO. 3021 Chestnut rt. SECONDHAND trap to nice order; rubber tires. No. 115-117 N. Broadway. SEVEN-YEAR-OLD bay horse; sourd and gen tle; 11 hands: also three spring wagons; high seat: for carpenter- or other business; .-foot bed, 123: planing mill. 3e00 Lucky. TWO good horse, suitable for any use; can b bought at a bargain. 1811 Morgan. TWO big horses: good condition: heavy-built mule: chunky driving mara: from farm; big bar gain: must sell. S32S Franklin, renr. WE have and manufacture all kind business wagons and storm buggies: our wagons equipped with Wlttirh patent end gates. 1223 N. Seventh. LI AaAlt7r54S Retail department. Till nnnilGiWW Washington avenue. J. B. mckiss BBuaiery co. MACHINERY. For Sale. ELECTRIC motors and dynamos to rent: from 1 to SO horso power. Roso Electric Company. 204 a Third st. t-h.-p. engine-, hollar, with stack, heater and pump; only recently Installed. 202 S. Third st. GASOLINE AND STEAM ENGINES Boilers, steam pumps, steam, gas and water sup plies, sawmill machinery, belting, hose, etc FAIRBANKS. MORSE tc CO., St. Louis. CARPF.T rULKAXIXa. AMERICAN (Verdler) Electric Cat-net 'Seating and Renovating Co.. Nineteenth and Pine First class work: lowest prlcts. Main (33. B 70. EMPIRE Steam Carpet Cleaning Co. Carpet taken up. cleaned, made over and laid: best work: lowest prices. 2123 Lucas; Main 1131. c 3- ENTERPEISE Steam Carpet Cleaning Co. Soecial attention altering, sewing and relaying; Eastonand Pendleton. Lin. 3T4M;. Kin. D 14BT UTHOLKTERING. mattress-making and feather- renovating. Do you want any work denef Can Donlgan. 1312 OUve st- Phone Main M71C ' EDCCATlO-fAL. HARTSOCK A JONES'S BUSINESS COL lege. Grand and Windsor-Shorthand course, Mo; tuition, month. 11; touch typewriting a specialty. GERTRUDE nARTSOCIC, expert teacher 'of snortnana ana toucn. irpewnung; private lessons IS month: lessons given day and night. 3S3S Windsor place. PRIVATE Instructions riven In tha classics; German a, specialty. B lis. Republic PRIVATE lessens, shorthand, typewriting: make specialty Tboch typewriting ana proeurins; paylng positions; complete course. US. Mrs. Barnes, principal. 2W5 Washington av. TYPEWHrTERS- r For Sale. LEiaH BROS. Typewriter Headanartert fit. Century building: ail makes, new snd second hand: Remingtons, smith Premiers. Olivers, eta. WE hv XM typewiters for rent or sal. Call er mall or telephone -your order: -aatlstaetloa guaranteed.- Tha Typewriter Tip, M II. Ninth it. St-.Loui. . FERSOXAU ii I Fifteen Cents Per Us. ieTs'erafWws'..' mrv1 axjl. private accuses b specialty at tn jrcana lln Avenue Free Dispensary. 1314 Franklin av. CONFINEMENT cases taken: part pay la work If desired: private seclusion, ccnsultaUms and. trial treatment: adopting babies free; treats ir regularities: try my regulator: best of medical care and nursing: get my terms: written guar antee for all cases; call cr write; ail mall promptly answered; ratlents mt at station or boat In my vehicle, sirs. Dr. Murphy, 2121 and 2125 Olive st. Kinloch phone fglC CONFINEMENT FREE Home for Infants it deelred. physlc'an and midwife in attendance; caws guaranteed: ladies in trouble call or write; consultations free: board s Isw as 12 per W9k; ratlents met at station- Mrs. Dr. Hogan, Sli Olive st. DOCTOR MART MURPHY gives written guar antee: board C10. 23. U per week. 213 and 2IX Olrve st, DR DENNIS, regular licensed ohyslcUn: suc cessfully treats all female troubles: guaranteed results: also confinements: perfect seclusion la my private home; consultation free- 2S47 Morgan. DR. MARY APTHUR-Onlv nt-vsldan keeptna a conflnem'nt hone In city having a hillhy lo eatlcn: trained nurses: excellent accommodations: motherly care and n-rfect seclusion: Irregulari ties successfully treated or no charge: guaran teed results: consultation free. 2311 Morgan st. DR. ANNIENEWLANDT" 2721 Washington Ave Ladles, if you want a friend and first-class medical advir and graduate in alt the ltis known to womankind, consult me at once- Ir regularities prltlvely removed when others fall to cure you; don't be discouraged. Call and se me at once. Ladies received before and during corlneroent. Infants adopted. Special accommo dations fcr ladles who ar strangers In the city. All correspondence strictly private. GOLDEN Sal Female Regulator r!!eres from three to five hours; sent secured from ob-erva-tion for 11. 2721 Washington ave.. St- Louis. Mo. GOLDEN Sal remale R-gulator relieves la tnree nours: snt secure: price H: none genulns without wal of Golden Seal Med. Co. Address 2MI Morgan st. IjADIE'' In trouble, call: nr remedies never fn:regnlarphysiclan. 1221 Franklin av. LADIES Mr regulator naver fans: one com plete treatment free. Mrs. E. Starr. 2323 Frank lin. s.fT'" TT?TTW?.r-c t-t. j... .. . in. J. Ewing ave: always successful: may be con- ...u. luvij-a wir.i r-Ktgt cuumg; no meojem-v. MRS. L HOTSOV. bdl-s nrivat home during eonSnement: absolute protection and safety as sured: mothrly care: Irretfnlaritles: iraeces juaranteed or no rharges: inrants ndepted: In formation fre-': ladles In trrmbi-. call or writ; German and French snokn. 2J1 and 23JJ Olive. SEPT. S, 1301 To Whom It May Concern r Th public Is hereby notified that h-reafter I will not be responslbli for any debts Incurred by my wife. Mrs. Mirtln nenrr. MARTIN HENRY. 2734 Lawton av. LADIES, $500 REWARD For an abnormal, obstinate ense of supptssslon. au-j kluw. mv i;eguiaror rails to relieve in zi hcurs; positively guaranteed: no ergot or plllst many saved from suicide: ideal, safe home treat ment: mail . Doctor Jackson. R. a. . 1C learbern, Chicago. OPIUM nana wbistey txasttb ernxn at -nrsra in to siHrJtAd.Dr.B-C.Tnojtptsoa 337 8. JeSerson Ara., St. Louts, Mo. MEDIUMS AUD CLAIRTOTA5TS. Fifteen Cents Per Lln. MADAME CELESTE Trance medium clairvoyant. 718 N. Compton, bet. Lccas Morgan St. STORAGE AID MOVITfe. AMERICAN Storage and Moving Company, 2x11 OUve St. packing, shipping, storage: separata rooms. Tel. Main 231L W. H. Langdal. prastdeat. BONDED Warehoun Hy. C. Wieh Storaga and Moving Co , 1312-14 Franklin av.- money teyao- jccu wnen oesireq. iwin. u 3s. DONALDSON Move, store, pack, ship and snts press; goods bought and sold. 172C-2S waihingtoa ave. TeL C H4. Oface, 102 N. Eighteenth st. FRANKLIN Warehouse and 8tcraga CO. IN aoBtpzooE room. u.-.'s sTaruuin ave. Nledrtnghans. Proprietor. Beth telephone NEW York Storage Company, Offlc HI Unlets) Trust Building Move. pack. ship, store On far niture In private room. Phon Main 84. PORTMANN. W. W.. storage, moving, peek ing and shipping; TeL Tyler C4M; 4427 Margs. retta ave. Money advanced on household goods. SOUTH Side Storage snd Moving Co.. -sor lsaj and 1306 Sidney st. Tel. Sidney 237Kfaloca C sTU. Storage ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF New- Warehouses. Grand and Laclede avis, for mfe.kMoin ol xuzruiurv. viajvim. ltuu&?. Tuuaoiss, ooxn etc: strictly flrsc-class: moving, packing, ship ping, etc Money advanced. Consign goods our care. Estimate free. Get our rates. Phon a f3S. R. U. LEONORL JR.. & CO.. IZU-a Ollv a. HOTELS. CENTRAL Hotel (For Gentlemen). 410-11 Xai ket St.. Near Broadway Large, airy room. MK 60c 75c and H per day: 12 to IS per weak. ERIE HOUSE. Fourth and Clark: Swan Boos. Ixth nnd Morcan. The Bachelor. 181A crvmttaral steam heated, electric lights, setting and lead ing rooms; free bath; lodging. 13c; rocma, v. lie. 0c IL 8. Mnrta, prcpnetor. HOTEL WYOMING. Fifteenth and Modern lmprr-ements; rooms, fibe and n per dayi s per wkk ana up. IF yoa want nice, dean, well-ventilated an) furnished rooms, don't fall to give th Windsor. Sixteenth and Pine, a caiL OLD CLOTHMU BOUGHT. ALL kinds of gentlemen's and ladlsa ctothlnsi oarpets. bedding, etc; highest price paid: sail or send postal. W. Kult. 1424 Franklin ara. HIGHEST cash price paid for ladles and geo lemen's cast-off clothlns;. Call or send postal. . Miller. 605 Walnut st- gin. A 213. No branch. OLD clothing bought: largest stock misfit coats, pants, suits, shoes, etc. la city; save money and wear better clothes than your netgh bor. 624 Morgan et. OXmr TO aVOAS. Ob Real "Batata. MONEY to loan In sums to suit from HO) 110.000; no charge for paper. P. J. Ckvanaogh. 1437 N. Grand ave. " ' Ota Personal Frwaerty. A PRIVATE party leans money en fiuullarli easy payments; confidential and proper treatment. 101 Chemical building. Eighth and OUT st. APPLICATIONS for loans on household goods receive our prompt attention. New York Fmanc Co.. W7-S-1 Odd Fellows' bids-.. Ninth and OUT. CONFIDENTIAL loans on furniture, pianos or any good security; weekly or monthly rymanta; also discount. Young 4s Lyons, 101 OUT St. MONEY to loan on furniture, pianos aad all good securities: lowest rates In city; business strictly ccnfid-ntlal: est- 1171. iota Morgan at. MONEY obtained for satisfactory salaried em ployes; lean on furniture and other securities. Bee John W. Staler. 202 N. Ninth, rooms Ira-erg. MONET for salaried people, boardlng-hous keepers, teamsters, etc, without security: easiest terms: largest business m forty principal dttan, Tolman. room ML 211 N. Seventh St. Mcm-ty to localn aor smouat.oo U klQsC of prioDal propMtr Biwiam a unrttSMBM PJMCM. 912 FRANKLIN AVE. EQUITY FINANCE CO. Money without security to salaried men and women; easy payments; approved paper bought: accounts received for collection. 1410 Union Trust tfJildlng. . MONEY FOI SALARIED KOFLE. We furnish yon money quickly and i nsfTiTaea tialiy. without security. NatlonaJ Credit cov, rooms 301-902 Chemical building-. Eighth ana Olive st. ' FR1TTINO. A DOLLAR pays for complet outfit prtaUd stationery: good quality: send for samples; aetata wanted. Thoa. p. smith a Co . 105 S. Seventh at. BUSINESS cards. H: billheads, sutamanta, note heads. 1LW per thousand. A. P. VI trey. 101 N. Twelfth st. CRESCENT PRINTING COMFANT. mf. Fourth St. Fine commercial job work; popalar prices. Send for sample. ' J. W. STEELE A CO, Book, and Job Printers, U X Third St.-Legal blanks and. briefs a spe cialty. Tel. Main 147. DESTi-rrmY. BOSTON Steam Dental Rooms. 415 N. Broad war Sets of teeth. 13: rainless extraction. "Set bridge work. . Open Sundays until L BOSTON Steam Dental Rooms. 415 N'Broaa-' way. Between Locust and St. Charles-Co and X15 sets ror - rocvor v-ase, xTopnetor. nw TSSTrTirANN. dentist mmfiutim .V.M. special rates to working people; plates with best teeth. 14 to 17. Northwest corner Eleventh and Franklin. GOLD, SILVER ASD JTICKEL PLATllla. DOWNING replatis and repairs sllrerware. gold plates watches, jewelry; good work;, cash s m!4 nlif Uv.r anf .!. !... sn. s- GOLD and sliver nlatlns- In all hrwnefcM. for old gold and silver; fine gold for sal. 8 kamp tc Kranse. H2H Ffas st. oraciAKs. E. B. STRAUS. Eye Expert Gold srjectacle. tS.U up: complicated cases a specialty: mjat eonlpped testing parlor la city. W6 Locust st aTKDlCAL. DR. RICT, n!4 Scbool 8t--Obttrlea gynascology. (Ladle, physlrtatu .. TRT-Anafrson's WhoopJ;; Cbngb Care! l Ueves In from four to Ave days. 1414 QUra as.. WAIXrAPtCB. BERE-ytxa ant I wIR ; far? si sws ararwaveea. avs. sroBO u asss- .'it! srl flj&l 'a itei --srrr. . - - -4'r7-' . . .lSSSEiffiWBKiSsrSva. ,:-.-.,:. Mt&&S ia-ajyrrt safiTff"--"- '"