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img&p! &&?&$ WffwvS' - SI tFBE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1903. i lair 5lPT FOR REWT-JUPAKTMENTS, FLATS. LnjuinjTru-ijViriT' " - CXJLR2C SSBT Three room and bath; econa -floor;'t!5 a raoath noichllflren. five rooms: in fixtures, bath, laundry; vacant gjicr m- "- w",, - - GREER. 2533 New, modem nat: roup la rooms and bath; call Saturday or Sunday. - to o. "" r .nvr m mm .. .a w ft min.Anmi bath, etc; will put in jroofl order: S.M per month. FRED. A. BENEKEU ? ajnwrtsft um. HICKORY, 2218. -MSA and 2220A: eaf -? rooms and oh: Just vacated: """nitfnt to four car lines: one block from Lafayette ParK. rent only 122.50. Fred A. Beneke. C2S Wwn- wncne punam-i. ......... .... . C. tVlal.mnn flflt front and sides, halla; bath: toilet and laundry. Inquire 1711 X. Grand: rent 322. MORGAN. JtOl Six-room flat. PRA1RIH. -1243 Three-room second-floor flat; water and gas; three car lines. RIDGE. 5111A rive rooms ana bath: new flat: 322 E0. THHODOSIA. OS-Seven rooms (upstairs): furnace, gas and aitures; bath: laundry, water license paid: elegantly decorated; SO feet lawn: convenient to Easton ave.. Olive Uhrough) ana Suburban cars; now vacant: rent $35. MERCANTILE TRCST CO.. Eighth and locust. FOR RENT. NEW FLATS. Armana St.. 2200 S. Jefferson to California ave. 2610 and 2748 Armand t., 5 room": first floor; bath, screens and gas fixtures; S27.50. 2S40A. 2652A and 2748 Arraand St., G rooms; econd floor; bath, screens and jas fixtures: 330. 2754 Armand St.. S rooms; first floor; bath. Ci-ens and gas nxtures; 330. 2754A Armand St.. rooms; second floor; bath. Mxecns and gas nxtures. 132.50. lUJTLEDGE & KILPATRICK REALTT CO.. jei.-. Chestnut St. "Too few realize that In order to ac quire toe oouxn, out- mwi wo v. o of the nickels. Careful savins and care ful spending Invariably promote suc cess." thus writes a wealthy man. A savlnes account at the Mercantile Trust will holD yon to save. l starts an ac- VUUHh iuiu uiano t"- "-- ...... - v credited twice a year. Open Monday eTemnca unui s ogiock. FOR BEST ' DWEXLIKGS. DODIER. 2816-Cottage; large vard: In first class condition: 816. Call at 1813 '. Jegeraon. MODERN ten-room house; Washington bou levard, west of Taylor: low 'price. BO 65, Re public. II-ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE. 457 Flad ave., near entrance to SbaWs Oar e'en: reception hall, bath, gas. electric Hrht furnace, cemented cellar: large lot, etc.- JSO. Phone, DcL 30. W"LLLIAM,DR0ZDA. 4009 Chouteau av. e. OPPOSITE TOWER GROVE PARK. ITU S. Klnga highway, flvo rooms, hath, etc. ,no. TO LET FOR BUSINESS FURPpSES. .wwwwwwwwvwwwwww....ew BOARDING: railway trainmen: building, fur niture: ground lease. 00; balance like rent; bargain. Luther House. 7200 N. Broadway. CASS, SS16 Front part of storeroom; location for shoemaker. FIFTH floor, with power, light and water. WILLBRANDT. 1007 Olive St. LVCAS. 101S Thlee-story building, cheap. Ap ply Handley-Dea3 Glass Co.. Eleventh and Lu cas ave. 1 NEW twenty-room brick hotel In a good town of 1.600 population; death of owner cause for rental. R. L. Macey, manager, Hardin. Ilay County. Mo. OLIVE. 1417 Part of store, with large front window. ONE-HALF of large corner office furnished; second floor, with use of both phones: best lo cation in city. Will divide to suit. 201 Cen turk bldg. - PART of nice office, with desk: Klnloch phone. 413 Burlington building, 810 Olive. - PINE, 1105 Ground-floor office or desk 'room. PINE. 1113 Second Boor. 25x125 feet, for light manufacturing or other purpose. RESTAURANT privilege for lease in Oak land Hotel, opposite p. e. entrance World's Fair. Call or address Oakland Hotel Co.. cor. Clayton and Oakland aves. TO let for buslne-s purposes, one floor, 6.000 aquare feet. In building. 1126 Locust st. Apply on premises SOUTHEAST corner Eleventh and Lucas; three-story building, cheap. Handley-Dean Glass Co. Eleventh and Lucas ave. VISTA, CornT S. Grard-Jooa room. SO feet long; suitable for printing office; light, power for job press II necessary. SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE. ffN'ASwa" swXi iiVWm" T!T.WJ4T xuhnrhnn lot: IMxZQS fiet: city trater; three car lines; owner leai'lng clt; bar Sin. BO 84. Republic improved crrr propebtv for SALE. DO YOU WANT A HOME? LOOK AT 4300 AVESTJIIX9TER PLACE (Fuller ton Place). Lovely 13-room house; beautifully fin ished; lot 78x142.6. E201 WESTSIIXSTER PLACE. New 12-room house; lot 50x155; tullt by one of the best architects In the city; something new and pretty; very low figure. 43T.1 Mcpherson a'kxtje. . Lovely 12-room house; handsomely dec orated; cas and electric fixtures: lovely lot. 50x142.6; only. $10,500 3015 WESTMINSTER PLACE. 9 roomb, lot 35x113: a choice home.19,000 425S "WESTMINSTER PLACE. ' Splendid 13-room residence: built for the owner's use; will be sold at a sac- rlflcc; choice location and lot 35x142,8. B330 BART3IER AVE. '. 13 rooms; lot 60x150; a lovely home. . IvfOOO 68S3 ETZEL AVE. 10 rooms; lot 50x140 . ss.ooo 8702 CABANNE PLACE. 10-ruom house; lot 50x213; only...?7,COO Lot alone is worth nearly the price asked. - ?013 EASTON AVENUE. 14-room stone-front house; lot 50x1(0; will sell at a sacrifice. 4043 WESTMINSTER PLACE. 11 rooms, lot 40x142.6. splendidly built, "owner nonresident; will sell low. 4203 MARYLAND AVENUE. ,9 rooms, lot 25x145... ?S,O00 WWS'VON VERSEN AVENUE. 10 rooms, lot 23.4x200 9S.SOO 5840 VON VERSEN AVENUE. 10 rooms; lot 60x185; a beauty 89,000 BUY ONE OF THESE HOUSES ON ' MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 44309 McPHERSON AVENUE. 10 rooms; lot 32x142.6 ?0,0O0 4303 "WEST BELLE PLACE. " S-room brick, detached; lot 21x147 , feet $0,300 4300 LACLEDE AVENUE. 9-room brick; reception hall, furnace; lot2Sxl25 95,000 3S16 WESTMINSTER PLACE. 11 rooms; all conveniences; lot 55x142.4 ..?S,750 618 KEWSTEAD AVENUE. 9 rooms; detached; lot 26.8x115. .."17,000 31 SS MORGAN FORD ROAD. 7 rooms, frame,, with lot 30x135. .2,000 3S18 KENNEHLY AVENUE. 6 rooms: all conveniences: lot 25x 100 ?2 700 INVESTMENTS IN FLATS. 4724 AND -1724 A COOK AVENUE. I and 6 room flats: rent $900 per year; only ..$7,500 S867 TO 73 CABANNE PLACE. four flats, lot 53x202. renting for $2,520 per year. Will sell on 12 per cent basis. Two sets of single fiats In West End ,for,exchange. A chance for some one. TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT EQUITY. Splendid set of flats In fine .condition; price f21,O0O NICHOLLS-RITTER. Botfc Phoara. 713 Chestnut St. IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOR :' SALE.' ' TO CLOSE AN' ESTATE.' For rale. 14-room brick house: seven Works yest of Union Station: good location fcr room ing or boarding houee; big future to this prop erty; 5,300. For particulars address AW 73, Republic IB05 AND 1607 HICKORY ST. FLATS. RENT $504. PRICE ONLY $4,250. Buy 1605 and 1C07 Hickory st: two three story houses, arranged in Hats; renting for JoM per annum; price reduced to 14 230 GRITFIN REAL ESTATE CO.. . 1111 Chestnut st. For Hotels or Exhibitions. Opposite "World's Fair site and street railway loop: overlooking entire World's Fair: will sell or lease , LEON U HULL REAL ESTATE CO., W4 Chestnut ct. FOR SALE 4928 FOREST PARK BLVD. ONLY ONE LEFT. A new 11-room houre. delightfully arranKert. vtry handsomclr finished; all of the latest mod ern Improvements; four sold: only one left: beautiful trees; beautiful park In center. Any terms Sec It at once ROYAL INVESTMENT CO , 700 Chestnut St. FARMS FOR SALE. ILLINOIS farm: 105 acres. M In cultivation, balance timber; three-room houe; good apple orchard: all good land: $1,500. S. 11. Morton,, 301 Lincoln Trun building. WE sell farms: cet our free list. S. H. MORTON. 301 Lincoln Trust bldg. REAL ESTATE FOR LEASE. FOR Lease 10.000 square feet, or any part of wo floor. In uliolesule dry goods district. Ap Dly 1124 I.ocuit rt. GAY. 12-J9-1I11-NCW two-story building for lease: 3.200 feet floor space; for warehouse or manufacturing; rent $45. ELEVENTH and Luca. Ae, Northwest Corner Second and third floor: cood light, ail conveniences, cheap. Applv Handlcy-Dean wisv, E.ievcmn and Lucts ave. LUCAS. SIS (Second Floor) Apply Handlev Dean Class Co.. E'eventh and Lucas ave. FI.tANClAX- LIFE INsmrtATcrrr? TnT.trrrR pimciiASnn or loaned upon at 6 per cent: liberal values. O. M. Withers, 3CS National Bank of Commerce. MONEY TO LOAN. On Ileal' Instate. " i , -.'.--ii,i.i-n-rn.ri.injx''-rn-'--r...-s-M-.- JV- P. Nelson has money to loan; amounts to g. Nelson suit, on St. Louis realty. vv. P. Nelson. SOI Chestnut st. On Personal Property. LOANS negotiated on furniture, nlanos or any personal property at 8 per cent per annum; confidential. Notary Public 906 Chestnut st. MONEY advanced salaried employes, chattel loans, etc Equitable Investment Co.. 421 Cen tury building. MONEY to loan on furniture, pianos, horses, w apons. etc, 8 percent per .year. Price. Meise c V.Q.. nn'ia-js .Mermoq-jaccara building. .ui.,i manea saiarica people winout se curity. P. Lanzet. ,308 Renolst bide . Sth & Pine. Don't Borrow Itaey ON FURNITURE AND PIANOS BEFORE YOU SEE US. WE WILL SWC lOU MONEY, as we -are the ONLY COM PAN who loan money at NATIONAL BANK INTEREST RATES. Call and INVESTI GATE OUR NEW PLAN. Pavnunts arrangel WEEKLY. MONTHLY or YEARLY. PAY MENTS EXTENDED in cases of tllMCN C-J. out ot EMPIXJTMENT or other MISFOR TUNE. Get OUR RATES, and THEN GET OTHERS, .and SEE FOR YOURSELF what we SAVE FOR YOU. Your terms are OUR TERMS No publicity no Inquiries Vj Will PAY ALL YOUR BILLS or loarto which ou may, owe and ADVANCE lOU MORE MONEY, and you repay um to suit vour con venience on ouf Es.Y-PAYMENT PLAN". If you CANNOT CALL In person, Ju.t WRITE or PHONE us. D ls)9 or Main 1764M and our CONFIDENTIAL AGENT WILL CALL and arrange for the loan at YOUlt RESIDENCE. NATIONAL .TRUST CO . ROOMS 209 AND 213 MKRMOD-JACCARD BUILDING. SECOND FLOOR . 407 N. BROADWAY. COR. LOCUST ST. TELE ELEVATOR ROY TO LET YOU OrF ON SECOND FLOOR. ' MO&Y TO LOAM (EASY-PAYMENT PLAN) ON FURNITURE M'lANOS. JIORSHS firm xniv firsrRM'pwif i a mrp-apm HATE of Interest. LONGER TtME and SMALL- r.t iaiaii.m man any ounr company ion can PAY AS YOU WISH, either weekry or monthly, and only pay for such tlTie ns lou have had loan. Goods remain In YOUIl I"OS SESSION. NO PAYMENTS required while HICK OR OUT OF WORK. In case cf death of JiiHiand ALL INTEREST P.AID REFUNDED and PA PERS CANCELED. NO PUBLICITY. NO EJCONVENIDNCE. NO DELAY.; papers can b signed at lious and you can get money eame davAou applv. We will PAY ANY WAN OR CLAIM against jour goods and GIVE YOU SORB MONEY. If you cannot cnll. WRITE OR TELEPHONE us and we villi send agent to explain our NEW SYSTEM. TELEPHONE KIN1JCII IS 431. riDELlTY.BHOKERAGE ("O.. Room No. 410 Commonwealth Trust building, Broadway and Olive st. Entrance 421 Olive st. INVESTIGATE THIS WHEN YOU WANT MONEY. We make loans on furniture WITHOUT RE-' MOVAL. We make no inquiries of jour friends or employer. We give aou the full amount in CASH, not cheeks We arrange pa menta to suit jour CONVENIENCE and ABIL ITY. We do not RECORD loans. e RECBIIT for every pavment made. We-pay off any OTHER LO N or a balance on furniture and GIVE MORE MONET. We EXTEND pavments In case ot SICKNESS. We. cancel ALL- TA PERS In cate of death of husband oi wife. Wc make AS LOW rates as the LOWEST. We grant LIBERAL DISCOUNTS for time money Is not used. This is our business in a nutshell. SEE US before getting, a loan elsewhere and be convinced that we aro.THn PEOPLE. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO . ROOM-201 FI'LLKRTON BUILDING. SEVENTH AND PINE STS. Telephone for us to call.. Klnloch B 1911. Loans at 5 Per Cent We make LOANS on FURNITURE, TIANOS. SALARIES, etc See us before getting a LOAN eleewhere: will save you MONEY. Our plan GIVES lou LONGER. TIME. SMALLER PAYMENTS and CHEAPER RATES. Pay at jour convenience. LIBERAL DIS COUNT for time money Is not used. We pay oft am other LOAN or tlance on jour FUR NITlTRE nnd give jdu more money. No PUB LICITY: goods, remain In sour liot-sesslon. TIME EXTENDED In case of SICKNESS NO CHARGE. Call and be convinced. Write- or telephone. Klnloch A 622. UNION FINANCE CO . rooms 202-303 Oriel Bldg , S. E. cor. Sixth and Locust. Entrance 316 N. Sixth street, opposite Barr's. CONFIDENTIAL LOANS. I make loans on furniture at LOWER RATES and on EASIER TERMS than any one else. I do onlv a Bmall business, which enables me to ELECT mv customers and PROTECT them from PUBLICITY and HIGH RATES. CON SULT ME before making a loan elsewhere. AH business. STRICTLY on the QUIET. J. A. TELFORD, ROOM H2 HOLLAND BLDG. Tel. Klnloch A 204:. 511 N.-Seventh st. Money to Iccn In. any amount on all kinds of personal property, liargalns In unredeemed pledcce. 912 FRANKLIN AVE. WE LOAF. MONEY - In East St. Louis and surrounding towns on furniture, pianos, etc. Amounts to SUIT YOUR NEED and terms to SUIT sour ability to pay. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Goods left in your possession. Liberal discounts THE HOME TRUST CO." EAST ST. LOUIS. Room 206 Metropolitan Bulldinr. Klnloch A 1862 415-417 Missouri eve. CASH ADVANCED To people holding a steady position on their plain note.i, also on household furniture, pianos, etc. (the goods remaining in your possession). at lowest rates, easiest terma. quickly and ruictly. Klnloch phone C 1667. ST. LOUIS INVESTMENT CO , Room HIS Missouri Trust Building. Entrance 70S Olive street. SALARIES B0UGHJ. If you need money see us. TVe advance money on 3 our Hilary. Loans on furniture negotiated No objectionable Inquiries. Business strictly confidential. Payments to cult conveniences. Equity Finance Co. 1410 Mls-ourl, Trust. EAST ST. LOUIS LOAN GO. Room 2C3 McCasland bide.. 225 Collmsvllle are.. loans money on household rood and all kind cf personal property. Easr monthly payments. MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. Wo furnish you money oulckly and 'conn dentlallr. -without security. National Credit Co., ruomg 801-902 Chemical b'dr.. RlcMh and Olive, Monty Adrancid Salaried Paople, Teamstera,boardlng-nouie keepers without sccu rity.easy payments; .largest business. In M princi pal cities. Tolman. EC! Houser bldg;.ya Citstnut. MOSEY WASTED. . , ' -i-i- --------- -,- - - -i-,-.-ii-n-iri i nnrni1nii.n.i m TO borrow ttiOO: 12 months; ample security. BO CO. Republic - i 16,000 on improved city property, worth 313,000; also 13.W0 on Improved city property worth 7, ftO; no agents. B&I 123. Republic. . PRINT.INO. fSjtim AAAAl-l 000 cnrdi, 7rc: billhead notehrads enielor. Jt "- Men 11 X Hn . 121 N. Llevenlh. RlKnn linns Printpr. 214 l'tne. so licit jour business and guarantee satisfaction: fine commercial nork a specialty. Kin. H30A. CltnpCENT PRINTING CO. SOT N. Fourth St. Fine -nork: fair rrlrcs; send fcr samples. Jl perJ.OOO: billhead', noteheads. envelopes. etc.: printed to order: cards. 50c: country order department. Cook rrlntlnK Co . 123 Spruce st. CARPET CLEANING. ACME etenm enrrtet cleaning. 3C per yard. 394S Easton: phone llelmar 170 CHICAGO Steam Carpct-Cleanlnc Co.. W. N. McCourtncy nurr.: carptf renovited to look like nen. Llndell 2030: Klnloch. Delmar 2151; Zg rinney. EMPIRE Steam Carpet CleanlnK Co. Carpels taken up.cleaned made oer and laid: best work; lowest prices. 3123 Lucas; Benumont 120: C ?6S. ENTERI'llISE btenm Carpt Cleanlnc Co Specltl attention to alterlnc. sen Inc. relnyins. Easton and Ptndleton aes. Lin. 374M: Del. 7i ' STORAGE AMI MOVING. AMERICAN Stornce and Moinc Co. 23lS Olive St. Pecking, slilpplns- all storage in sep-' sraic rooms: noiu rnoncs . ii. XJinguuic. liONDKD warehouse; Henry c v. wiene Storace nnd MoMnp Co. 1512-1C Tranklin nve.; nnni V nill.inreil when Hlreit. Klnloch C JS3 1'ir WinTVIlVV Crrn,nnil Vmlrff Co. Separate roumi; low prices on reliable moving and storage. 2S01 Cn" ac: phone D 1247. GEIIOLD Moving nnd Storage Companj Main office H3 N. Tlilrd st.; both telephones; moving ioinu rrom lt at. iuis, jn. SOUTH Side Stnrace .11(1 Movlnir Co . l01-J-5 Sldnei st. T1. hldnev ::5: Klnloch C 1315. LANGAN & TAYLOR STORAGE AND MOVING CO. , New warehouse. 1S23 Washington ave.: too prliate eturrgcrcoms: moving, packing and shipping. Highest prices paid for secondhand goods. Kin. ,C 741, or Main 2K6. and get our rates We ha?e no branches. CTfinfifiC ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. OIU:i:iUI- new warehouse. Grand and La- cledejor safekeeping of furnlture.planos, trunks,. vaiuauies, lox.rs,e.c: Mriruy iirsi-cias mutiny. packlng.'shlpplng. ttc Our Are Insurance the lowest. Mohav advanced, shin goods our care. Estimates free (let our rates. Both phones. i:u-. Zl ouve. k. i. lonorl Auction & fcioraga v-o, '"TYPEWRITERS. Fnr Sale. JN,.... REMINGTON. Smith Underwood tvnew rlter". ?23 to S50; Olivers. $40: rental; 2 months, $5. St. LcuW Typewriter Exchange. ' 810 OUvc st. TYPEWRITERS-Best stock: all makes; tine grades; J!3 to J30; repairing done at lowest rites Typewriter Headquarters. 1023 Century ulldlng. YOUR selectlnn of the largest stock ot slight ly used and secondhand typewriters In the countrs: standard makes guaranteed for one vear, sold and rented ev erj where, send for bar gain nnd rental rate card. The Typewriter Exchange. MS N. Ninth st. St. Louis. Mn. TiPEWUITEM's WIS RENT NEW UNDERWOOIJ VISIBLE WRITING TYPEWHITERS. EACH EO.UIPPED TREE WITH MILLER AND TintULA TOR LOWEST RATESt DELIYEHi AND SERVICE INSURING CONSTANT REST RESULTS, FREE. BOTH PHONES. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRIT ER" COMPAVY, 710 PINE ST. MACHINERY FOR SALE. DYNAMOS and motors, all styles and volt ages, for sale or rent: we buy electrical mi chineryi Rosslter-MacGovern Electrical Co. Tel. 4116 Main. 09 Missouri Trust building. STEAM BOILERS. A Iar;reasortinent,'new and secondhand: all our own make. John O'Brien Dollcr Work, St. Louis- Gasoline snd Steam Engines, Boilers, steam pumps, steam, cas anl water fiuppllca. snnmlll machinery, belt In p. hose, etc FAIRBANKS. MOKSI3 & CO.. bt. Louts. PBnS05Al Fifteen Cent;: Per,Lln. ?ssyVss)tVStV,VslVsyVsyVS4skaaA!l'sVMAir,SsAs A DETECTIVE (private) does shadowing and tavestlsatlng: rcfererces. P.O Box 7W. St. Lonla. ABSOLUTE seclusion during conllnement: perfect accommodations; satisfaction or money refunded.' Mrs. Doctor Smith. 3013 Eastort. FREE treatment: cure guaranteed.piivatedls gases.soresirtlscharges etc.;elther sex. lOTtv N.flth GOLDEN" Peal -Female Regulator relieves Ir regularities In three hours; J2 per box. 21 Washington ave. MRS BRIDGES Office hours 8 to I: no medi cine 3TiiVLaelcde ave. Klnloch C Ibbi. , DR. DENNIS. 2539 wh.nEton Licensed phy sician: tifats all femn'e troubles: guarantees suits; private home for ladles during confine ment: perfect crccy and seclusion: Infants odoit'd' ladles In trouble, call or write. MIDWirE Receives during con.: ladles in troulile call- infants adopted. 2S4S Lafayette. LADIES Call on Mrs. A. scurueoer. all Franklin avfj: Klnloch C 1340. LADIES, mv legulatnr never falls: complets treitment free Mr- E. Slnrr. V Franklin. IADIES-Ergo Tan-o gives quick relief: i all for ft sample. Dr. Caie.iux. 2J'12 Washington. MAN'S Best IMcnd Dr. Mutter's Qukk Cure for Ixret Manhood; acts immediately;. "It does the bulnes:; wimple free. Kralgco, chemist, Dept. 147. Milwaukee. -yMs. DR. ANNIE EMEWLAND. I'rlvate. lieensd home for ladies before and during- confinement: oldest and most reliable institution in the State: establlsh-d over forty vents' home comforts: motherly care; Infants adopted: ' Irregularities successfully treated: titisfactlon guaranteed: ladles In trouble call or write. 2331A OUv st. nnflTllQ U tin A II receives betore and dur UUutUn tiUltAning connnement: Infants adopted If dertred; ladles In trouble, call or write; terms reas.; consultation free. 2215 Olive. MEDIUMS ATtD CLAinVOYAXTS. ts)sssWsMistsssykstsMs(skksltsirfssl 3XME. ORKENE. trance, palm, cards: reunites separated; works charms; 0c and Jl. -1320 Pine. DEKMATOLOfiY. Pimples, Blackheads, Large pores.eruptions,ana oi i aisoruen. wn-tfc-ln( the skin and scalp permanently cured. Alllnformationsud book frco JOHN II. TYOODBUKTT D. I., 306 Merxnod-Jaccard, St. Louis. DEXTISTIW. TEETH Save flic Natural Teclh by tilling or crowning. Itestorc the missing ones by Biidses orl'latcs. DR. E. C. CHASE, S. E. Cor. Sixth and Locust Streets. St. Louis. 5ECKET SOCIKTIDS. sVstststtsStyssaifMsVtsfSKlAAAFSstA iAACICXT Fl:lil3 AND ACCEPTED MASONS. i WssvAArsWSF,AAMrssMAMMMMAM(Mr,sAAAfM C3SMOS LODGE. TsO. :, A. r. & A. SI. Regular communication this (Mondaj) even, ingnt Grand-and Finnev avenues, commencing 'ati.7:30. Wotk on' the E. A degree. Visitors Invited.. V. H. FALKENHAINER. W. M. Eden Reed. Secretary. GfcUltUt: WA&lilNGTON LODQli'NO. . A. F. 6. M., will hold a stated communica tion at"7:i0 o'clock TUrt-Jav evening. November 10. at Masonic -1'empie,- Grand and Flnnej ave nues. V.'ork In the F. C. degree. Members are requested to attend. Visiting brethren arc altvtj-s welcome. A. J. JHCHLNEU. W. 11. Hvnn lahou, teccretary COODHOPB LODGE. NO. 113. A. T. i A. & M; Stated communication Saturday e.vning. Novembir 7, 19J3. at 7:3J o'clock. Halt. No. ITiUl bouth Uioadwav. Work in 1". C. de giee 'Mtmbers urged to be pttsent. Vlsltois cordially lnv itcd. - C. C. 110 WERSOX. W. 11. l!dnuid'S'.UildiVin. secretary. mlSSOUIH LODGE. NO. 1. A. I & A. II. Cailea communication en Wednesday, .November 11. at i:jo p. m., liasonlc 'temple, Gtand and Finney aienues. 11. II. degree, aem&ers requested and visiting trethren fm tenially lnv lied to attend. 1A1LOH ii. tVYRICK. W. JL John II. Deems, Secretarj- lt.MCHIS Ul' COLtJlllUS. Ofvrs1i''v"Vinrv'V'wri.1i''Vi'V'. DE CMET COUNCIL. NO. la. KNIQIITa of Columbus, meets every rirst and third iiKirBday in tbe ivvest hull. Century bulldins, Mnth and oiive sts. l.tmg kmgttts aru In vited. C.P. .ilONAGHAN. Grand Knighu 11. J. McGrane. Recorder. (T AKQUKT'IE COUNCIL. NO. Ot. JY K.uigbta of Columbiu. meets every sen end and fourth .Tuesday In the west hall. Century building. Ninth and Ollvs stree'a. Vutitmg Knlcbts coraially- Invited. ; W. L. 11EL., Grand Knight. ' K. 1". Leonardo Kecordtr. ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO. .53. MEETS Ev ery Orst and third Tuesday at West, End llall.' southwest corner Finney and Vandeveater avenues. Visiting Knights are cordially la- " FRANCIS B. P.UNDER. Grand Knight. Joseph '. Laray. Recorder. . i KNIGHTS TEMPIiAH. ivssesss.is..wssvi ASTLUM OF 'ASCALON COMMANDERY, No 16, K. T Grand Avenue Ma sonic Temple A special conclave of this commandery will be held Saturday, "November 7.1303. at-6 o'clock, for the purpose of. con-ferlng- the Order of tbe Temple -upon nine can .dldttes."" Regular, conclave itlp la Lunch will be served at 6:30 p. m. Members ur- Sently requested to be present. Fratera of ister commanderles courteously Invited- to' be with us. FRANK H. 'HASK1NS. - v Eminent Commander. Attest: Wilbur F. Partcer. Recorder. M? SECRET SOCIETIES. ACME LODGE,NO. 213, It OF P.-MEK'ia every Thursday evenlnf at 8 o'clock. West Uate Hall, northwest corner Grand and Easton avenues. Members requested to attend regular ly. Visitors lordlally Invited. . . V. H. MELTON, a a O. W. Clifton. It o2 R. Sl S.. 1443 SU Louis a enue. CAbTLE HALL ROBERT B COWAN Lodge. No. 131, K. of P., West Hall, Ltutury liullding. Ninth and Olive Streeli On Monday, November 9, 10j3 at 8 P. m. sharp. ork In lank of Esquire. Visitors cordially In vited. E. A. CLARK. C. a Attest: Henry II. Luepbert. K. of K. & a. COLUMblA LODGE. NO. 226. K. OF P., meets every luesday evenlni at i o clock. Century building. Ninth and Ollvs Mrcets. east hull. Tuesday evening, November 3, work In rank of Page. Members requested to attend. V.sltors welcome. & & J. F. Dempsei. K. of 11. & S. DAMON LODGE. NO. 28. K. Or P.. MEETS every v. ednw-daj evening at Odd Fellows' "all No. 3, teventn nour, ninth und Olive streets. Work In rani: of Pa'e. Visitors are cordially Invited and members are expected to attend. CHAb. L. HOLTZMANN. C. V. Atlist: H.u. Uermel. K. of H. U 3 , No. J1U Evans avenue. FU'IL'RE OlliiAT LODGE. NO. 278. It 01" P., meets evtry Wednesday evening st o'clock at Howard's Hall, Thirtieth and Olive sttcets On Wednesday evening, Novem ber 4, v.oik in Esuulro ninK. Visitors fiater nally invited. O A. GHAaull. C C. W. A. ltol)i.rt It of R. & S T ODOC LODGE; NO. 2J0. K. OF P.. 1 & meets every Tuesday evening at 4 v cluvk ut Anchor Hall, southwest corner ot Jcnerson and Park avenues. Take Compton llclgntn. Park or Jefleraou avenue cars. Mem bers .ire expected and visitors curUlallv invited to attend. u. UOXMEIEK. C. C. u. vv. rnoyer. It olllia u AUiriC IX)L)GtX NO. 804, K. OF l'.. k inueis Ciery Wednesday "eentne, tenth i.uor Century building. Ninth and OUve streets. No ember 11. AVork in rank of Esquire. Mem bers are urged to be present. Visitors ore in lted and welcome. O. P. AKDKUS. C. C. " way, jv. m iv. cc -j r..,Ul.U lJDUU, r.u. Zii, tt- ut x-. Regular niseitntr evtry flrsi ana thud Monday eemns m tli month at hall No. t, Odd tihuws uulldmi: Svxt mcctuu ilon day, No ember lt ork in l'ase r.nik. l.lev 11 on of oJuris Membtis are ruiueetcU to be prtbent. Visitors iue cordially Iimtf-d. ' 'fiErfJ. 1. tiNUAta. C. C. J. F. Wl.te. Jrw JC-of R. .A 3. RED CROSS LODGE, K. OF I'.. MEETS al Odd Felioivs' Hall, Nmtn ana Olive fcileetr.v every ".Vednesday night. Visitors al vvajs welcome. November 11, rank of Esquire. JAMES 1'. BLAKE. C. C. II. IV. Reldlrg. K. of R. & S. WA11ASH LODGE. NO. 2lS, K. OF P., will have work in the rank of Esquire 'iuesday evening. November 10, at Castle Hall, llrouuway and Henton. visitors arc welcome. JNO. F. RC.NKRO. C. C F. II. Sachlelen. K. of R. & h. ' U1.EMA LODGL'. NO. 2.1. . K. OF P.. M meets Monday- evening, Nov ember 9. 1313. in hall No. l, tenth tioor century building, a: 8 o clock. ".Vork In rank of l'at,t. Members expected and visitors cordially Invited to attend. A. W. DA.lDoON, C. C Attest: O If. Brooks. Ji. ot.lL a a P.-O. box 1061 IMJUl-fc-.-vDU.Vr (ilJIJICK ODD FUL LOWS. ANCHOR LODGK, NO. 322. I. O. O. F., meets every llunduy evening at bchuette's i.ii. Nineteenth and Wilgnt streets. Work in me uebieei. Visiting brotners welcome. R. Or.Clvl2.-. N. G.. lalo Dudler. David Petty, hecietao. GQLDKN faCEl'lER LODGE. NO. 637. 1. O. O. V.. .nitets every hatuiday evening ut Auue's Hall.-corner' of Jilterson avenue and l'estaioizi street. ViMlora cordially invited an.I membeis expected to attend. J. v.v. Dudlev, nubie grand. U South Uroadwa) : M. 11. H. Phelps, vice grnd, Iil7 South Jenerson avenue; J. V. Lukenbill. jecoiding secretary; Gtant C. Green, lliuncui teeretjrj. No. -S.o Lou.tuna avenue. ST. LOUIS LODUU NO. 6, 1." O. O. F.. meets every batuiday evening at H o eiock at Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and Olive, Hall No L Members expected to attend. lbilors. velceoue. Work in second degrrc. , C. II. HOVT. N. G. Wallace McCargo. Secretary Pro Tetn. SEMPLAR LODGE, NO. SH. 1. O. O F meets baturaa evening of cuch week at lill INo. 2, Odd Fellows' building, corner Ninth and Olive, at i o'clock. Work in initiatory de feiee'. Novemoer 7 -Visitors cordlaily invited to attend. E. 1". NEALE, sR . N. G. William 11. Davies, Recording "secretary. IT OUND CITY LODGE. NO. 276, I. O. O. I V F. Regular meetings second and lounn batuidavs of eaeh montn ut Hull No. 4. odd fellows' building, southeast corner Nlntn ami Olive streets, lsltlng brethren fraternally In vited. PHILIP RILEY. N. G. Charles E. Montgomery, secretary. SUMMIT LQDGB, NO. 277. I. O. O. P.. meets everj fcaturdav evening at West uie Hall, corner-Grand and Easton nvenues. isitois invited i,to attend, f -.kJOHN MATHEWS. N. G. Jnc. Klenzle. Rec becy. WILUEY LOOdE. NO. 2. I 0.0 T., MUETS Iuesday wvfcnlng of iach vveekut hall No 1, Odd I ellowsc. building, corner Nuur. and Ullve, afar o'clocl..- Visiting brothers Invited to attend. "Work lnlntlatui-y degree. G. A. HlUGS. N. G. A. J. Dalomple, becrelao. KUYAL AIICA.MIII. GRAND COUNCIL MISSOURI, KOIAL Arcanum. .ia-3H Holland Jlulluing A cotdlal welcome to vi.ltun. mends, bieuirtn uud membeis froiu abroad. F. II. BACON. G. R. Jno. C. Kllllngsworth, Grand becretaiv. Miscellaneous. MERCHANT.' Exchange Mutual Uenevclent Society. 1. luuis. Nov. t.. IJOj-The members ot thla society ale l.erebv nutltied to call and paj. without further notice. 1.10, nitlun thirty uajs from date, the tame being assessment made upon the demii oi James D M. Kehlor. Last day for pavlnsr. December 8, 1j3. D. R. Wllir-MORE. secretary. LIVH-STOCK 3IAUKET. .n(lvc Hun LiKIi llccf Cattle Steady ihcei Close Firm, NATIVE CATTLE-Bcef Steers-The good feature about the Friday market was thit tin eurply was not large. It totaled around 41 cars, which was about 900 head short of the supply received last Frldaj. The supply embraced a little of cv erj thing, but not much of anv kind. As wos exjiectid. the trade did not show any improvement In ; any department after t'lis week's heavy matketlng, and that of the we;k before. About six loads of steers were al! that were offered in tho beef line, and most of these were ot a pretty good kind, Including a con signment of light, plain kinds.- Trade was very draggy, and dull, and only a couple of luads iolu inrly that were considered steady. . A string ot holdover steers were feol.l that received no bids vosteida. The dav's buslne, from a general standpoint, was considered steads'. llio supply of native cuttle has been heavy this week, and aggregates 11,80j head for five days, "whtch is l.avj lighter than tne same pe riod last week, but very little different from a month ago. A big proportion of the arrivals have been beef steers, and while mebt were natives mere has been a fair sprinkling of Westerns. Some very choice cattle have been oltered, which sold up to 13 3., and p.enty of good ones available, but the bulk averaged of medium td pretty good grades. Quite a few of tnln killers have -been on hand. Heavy mar keting for the past three weeks made buvera Aery iiarticular as, to kinds wanted, and to make conditions-still worse a strike was ex acted to take place during tho week, conse quently the maike-t had anotuer disadvantage tu contend with. Prices have broken abtruptly. though cattle of good to choice quality and flesh combined, of ahy weight, except extreme heavy, have shown the least and not more than 20c. as handy weight has-been 'the urst consideration on the part of buvers. Extremely heavy cattle of good quality show more decline, while plain and coarse cattle end anvthing that has aver aged below good has shown a decline of 20Q 4lc. with some of the thin common steers show ing ss' much ns 60c. Following la a list of quotations based on sales during the week: SHIPPING AND EXPORT STEERS. Best native and beef steers, strictly fanc, l,300fri,700 lbs : Jj.M3. Choice export steers, 1,30391,600 lbs.... 4.o$5.10 Good shipping and export steers. L300 &1.00U lbs 4.6034.75 Toir to medium" shipping steers, 1,300 &1.430 lbs 4.0084.60 DRESSED BEEF AND 3LTCHER STEERS. Steers. 1.200fl.2!K) lbs. rough to best..J4 00as.23 Steers. l.VOOSjl.lSO lbs 7 f.... 3.305.00 Hteers, less than 1.000 lbs , 3 Mal.TS IIUEF'AND BUTCHER STKERS. No. Av. Pr. No, At 11 Nc Aw Pr. 40...1J1S...J4.80 21...1197.. .31.70 108...11U9...J4 M 3.. .1160... 3.23 1... 760... 1.60 77...1510..- 4.65 43. ..1201... 4.40 43.. .1054... 3 90 S... 93... 3.40 2.. .1010... 3.00 Texans; SI... 929... 3.40 STOCKERS AND FEEDERS. Good to choice feeders. l,OJ01.151 lbs..J3.23e3.75 Medium to cood feeder. &OO3M.OO) lbs.. 2.7S,fJ.2J Fair to medium feeders. 70ua0O lbs.... 2 60.75 Choice qualltled stockers. CotKCSO lbs.. 3 00H3.SO Fair qualltled steers, WaSTA lbs 2 2302.75 Common steers 1.60K2.25 Choice to fancy stock heifers 2.60ftr2.75 Medium to good stock heifers 2.00S2.40 Common stock heifers l.JOffi.CO Choice quality steers calves 3.0003.75 Choice quality heifer calves 2.5003.50 Dehorned and uhbranded stockers and feeders always sell a, fraction better than others. ' BUIXTHER CATTLE A fair suppljvof butch er cattle was available, but few good kinds. The trade was about steadv. Offerings in the butcher department this week haTe been quite large and have Included a larga percentage of pretty good heifers than of prevl ous weeks 'and of. the good to choice cows, though the bulk of the supply has been fair to medium grades. The butcher trade, in sympa thy with the beef market, has ruled at a de clining tendency during the week. There has been nothing available in the heifer line, strict ly good to choice, and theref jre no has for quotations, though opinions Inclined to a weaker 'tendency. The general cow rnarketshows a de cline of 15fl25c; with moat shown on medium to good cows that sell around 33.2503. Cutters and camera are practically steady, with last week's ejpwi Prettv good grades of heifers are 10320c lower, while decent to-medium kinds are 25c off, with hardly any satisfactory silo for the between kinds. Very few good to choice bulls were offered, with price" rteady. Sausage and half-fat kinds arc a shade lower, eals are selling fullv as high as they did last week. Sales of butcher cattle during the week" were based on the following quotations: COW'S AND HBirERS. Fancy corn-fed heifers. 7O0S773 ibl....t..0084.B Fancy corn-fed heifers, Sooai.wo lbs... 3.50d4 00 Good to choice hellers r. 3.23U3..J Good grass heifers.. ., 2.73H3.2" Fair, to medium grass heifers .. 2.5082.73 Best corn-fed heavy cows .. 3 003.50 Good fat cows 2.5001.0') Medium fat cows 2.2342.50 Cutters 2.0.)'62.2,". Fai to good canners 1.75&2.00 Common and shelly cows l.OMil.M BULLS. Choice corn-fed bulls 13 50f?4 00 Good fat bulla 3.U0SM.23 Heavyweight, half-fat bulls 2.23WJ.75 Sausage bulls 1.75M2.23 Good-qUalltlcd. dehorned bulls for feeding 2.35S2.C0 VEALS AND HERCTTICS. Choice veals, 1I0Q130 lbs 5.00'9S M Heavy fat veals, 200 lbs. and under... 4 00S3 50 Good heretics : : nf m Thin heietlca , 2 30P1 00 Heavy killing calves 2.60S3.50 SOUTHERN CATTLE While the gincral trade in the quarantlno allevs wa3 considered full Eteady by the majority of sellers, the trade was very slow In starting and a place or so was shown where the price on steers did not compare very favorably with Thursday. How ever, this was not sufficient to affect the gen eral trade. 'Ihe supply embraced o cars and 1.941 hend. against 4J cars and 1,405 head last Friday and 40 cars and 1.252 head two weeks ago. TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS. No Av. IT. No. Av." Pr. No. Av. Pr. 24...11OS...S3.40 3...1W0 ..$3 25 25.. ..918.. .32 90 i!... 955... 2.70 333... 76-1... 2.M 104... Ml... 2.M 52... 840... 2.50 20 .. 716... 2 40 30 .. 655.. ..2.20 HEIFERb. -.07... 468... 1.90 Cows anl heifers: 200... 615... 1.91 COWS. . 113... 767... 2 20 31... 716... 2.20 17... .0j ..'2 U 63... C46... 2.10 18... 7M... 2 03 IS... JJ.... p-W 29... C67... 2 CO 61... 631... 2 00 31... .10... i. 13... 6C5... 1.90 17... 6:3... 1M 17... 601... 1.9 37... COS... 1.75 BULLS. S... 732... 2 00 CALVES. Price per head: ... . 64... 2C8... 9 00 34... 293... 9.00 62... 298... J.i: 42... 1T8... 8.00 PI... 206... 8 00 11... JM... 71... 179... 7.73 217... 116... 7.50 iTice per 100 tKiunds: 17... SI... 1.73 SHEEP-Only a small supply of sh"p was on snl. during tl.o llri-t four cUjs of the- prwrit wek: In tact, there was not m..ie than Halt enough to satisfy the demand. Other markets, especially Chicago, had liberal runs and once declined rapidly, which, of course, had a bad effect on the trade here, and values, as a rule, dropped about 23c on both sheep and lambs. The good fat stock found ready sale, but thin stuff, especially thin lambs, were irregular and verj slow sale: In fact, the' real common lambs were almost unsalable at any price. Good thin soung sheep met with a good In quiry from country bujers for stocker purposes, but there Is no outlet from this source for lambs. Coarse buck lames were a little slow sale and declined more than the nice smooth handv-welght Iambs, and heavy ewes were also In poor demand. But few sheep were on sale to-day and the market quiet and about steady with Thursday. So far this week talcs Included Iambs at'J4S 5 60 the bulk ot them at 34 7565 25: native and Southwest mutton sheep at 33 10&3.65, the bulk at 33 2SSJ3 60: stockers sold at J3o3: cull lambs at 3284. and bucks at J2B3, principally atii23 2 50. HOGS Only a small number of hogs arrived, the Fupply amounting to around 3.50J head, which In reality is not more than one-half of a good moderate run ami what Is needed to mtet the requirements of the trade. The five, principal Western markets had a total of 3o. 600 on sale. . . , There was little or no change to tho trade at the oiwnlnir, all good hogs regardless of weight, selling quickly and for fullv as much money as they would have brought anv time Thursdav. In, fact in places rales showed a slight advance, but It was not sufficient to call the market higher. Good heavy hogs sold quite well compaied to recent dajie, however, the pigs and lights. If the right kind, are still jell ing at the top of the market. City batchers were anxious for hogs and were unable to till the oiders The late trade was a little weaker than the opening, but this Is usually the case. Lights weighing 100 to 148 lba..foId at J4.wW 5 20: lights. 160 to 188 lbs., at 8-;.i2K: : dlitm weights, j;t3.15 and good heavies at l 6j fiii:4. The bulk of the good mcllum and fieavj hogs sold at $385-10. against U3' 07'i IIORofe-About as good a clearance was In effect this morning as has been manifested nt the closing of a week for some time. Ttie barns were practically all cleared, and about the only horses left for sale cn'the market weie ,. ... . ... nt aTitvitlntnT-H- NatUr.lllV the activity was confined within small limits, but there was some business stirring neverthe less; among the speculators, and a few boutn ern buyers, who had not tilled out their con signments, nnd the condition, of the market was4 given as closing firmly. A larger demand from the South existed than for several weeks, or. in fact, at any time, this season, and with only a moderato supply In force, the market rose to a higher basis, tho advance in values being generally around J5 a head, and in sJme cases as much ns 310. Eastern horses had a fair week, but tho demand Is still compara.lv e ly light for them, and they did not snow any Improvement in vnlues. .,--,c- Hcavy draft, common to good 'ir'Si.- Heavv draft, choice to extra H2'ari! Boston chunks, fair to good jfelliS-; l'oston chunks, choice to extra "f!- Farm chunks : sJSiSi Southern horses, plain to good .?"?- Southern horses choice to extra 2'!:? 1'alr to good drivers S?Ji; Drivers choice. to extra .?S"ji? Coach horses .t .' .IMiriO) The maiket Is closing with more activity than was shown at the close of last week, or lor several weeks. A few Southern buyers are on the market filling consignments and th gtnernl air ot quietness which has been a chaiacteristic of the latter end of the week T ,.... ...... ...., Hi-nlritn Thn IVmmi.SKlnn 01 1 lie-, n.i-i mvw uiw.il. -.. - "-:-v i" rnarket has had a very good week, although the tone did not keep up as well as It opened, on nccount of the heavy receipts which trans Hired. Still the market has been more active tha'i for several weeks past, and sellers have had Irss difficulty negotiating- good consign ments. The reason for this was that there was some Southern demand, and more local activity was warranted. Most of tho week's arrivals have been sold and only a carload of frwli mules were on tho market Friday, Hub-quotations: ... ,,, (For broke mules. 4 tp 7 j ears old) II hands, extreme range 3 .o.OOtJHO 00 14 hands, tulk of sales SO Mi! 9o 00 11'- hands, extreme range S..lH'itl20.00 14V, hands, bulk of sale 9O.004tUO.Oo 15 hands, extreme range 93.O0W130.00 15 hands, bulk of sales 100.00120 00 15Vj hands, extreme range Ho.00lo0 00 I5V hands, bulk of sale 123.00HU.OO lOVi hnnds. extreme range lJl.00ftl3O.00 I6I3 hands, bulk ot sales 160 tXKBlij.oO By Tclesrnph. Kansas City. Nov. 6 Cattle Receipts S.OM natives, 500 Texans: calves, 400 natives, 100 Texans: corn-fed steers weak to lower; West em nnd grass beeves 475T50C lower than last week: native cows dull; range cows steady to weak: stockers and feeders weak; native steers 14 45ti5 35: fair to good 33 101(4 45: stockers and reeders !2a3.7r.: Western fed steerB J2.1S4: Texas and Indian steers 32.1303; Texas cows tl 3552 0": native cows $1 252.75: native heifers J2 65ii4 40; ennners J1JI2: bulls J1.75S2.35; calves tl.7356. Hogs Receipts 5,200; market 5S10C lower; top S'.12!4: bulk of sales JI75'05; heavy J4 75g4 95: mlxd packers 34 '.'385 10: light !4 9B5 12V4; Yorkers JSOjflSli'i; pigs 4iogio3. Shep Ufielnts 4.O00; market steady: native lambs ji suSfS: fed ewes S2.30&3.75: Texas clipped vearllngs JiCOJM: Tes-its clipped sheep J2.40 3 75: stockers and feeders J2fr3 5' tK. Joseph, Mo.. Nov. 6 Cattle Receipts C70: steady; natives 33.7505.4.); cows an.i heif ers Jl.Utrl 30; Blockers nnd feeders JlflS.-". Hogs Receipts 3.321; market steady to 5c low er; light Jl SOJ13.I0: medium and heavy 14.70 Q't. Sheep Receipts 494; firm; lambs s?5.25; wethers H.C0: ewes 13.15. Chicago. r.ov. 6. Cattle Receipts 2,000, In cluding loo Tcxanp. 7oo Westerns: s'eadj ; good to prime steers J56i5.50; poor to medium J3.V3 4.73; stockers nnd feeders $284 13,1 cows Jl 3 50; heifers 32ft4.73; canners J1012.23; bulls 11.75S4.20; calves J2&7.23: Texas fed steers J3 83.50; Western steeri. J2.tM34.15 Hcgs Re ceipts to-day 14 1K1O: to-morrow 11.030; opened 10c lower; clcsed etrong: mixed and butchers Jl C3ti5.a: good to choice heavy 1. 85-55. 10; rough heavy Jl.40if4.80; light J4.7035.20; bulk of sales Jl S0J3. Sheep Receipts S.000; s"ieep and lambs 10c higher; good to choice wethers J3.40o2 85: fair to choice mixed J2.80SJ3.30: Western sheep J233 CO; native lambs Jl.505.75; Western Iambs J3.60it5.15. New York, Nov. 6. Beeves Receipts 8,627; steers steady to a shade lower; bulls and cows slow; few cars unsold: native steers 33.2J4? 6.15; oxen and stass J3.103.50: bulls ii.Wip 3 90; export do. J4&4.50; cows J1.10H3 23. Cables quoted live cattle steady at ll?ll4c per lb. dressed weight: sheep steady at 10&12c; lambs 13c. dressed weight: refrigerator beef S"4iij'-Hc ier lb. Exports to-morrow 1 077 cattle, 80 sheep nnd 6 930 quarters of beef. Chives Re ceipts 122; feeling firm;' veals J4S: grassers $2.3032 50; Westerns J3; city dressed veals slow at 8IS12U.C per lo. Sheep and lambs Receipts 1 833: sheep slow and Darelv steady: lambs steady to 10c higher sheep J2?3 6): lambs J3IJ 3 5; one deck $5.73- Canada lambs J5.35(65.37Vi. Hcgs Receipts 8.351: market lOftloc higher; Pennsvlvanla and Statu hogs $5,2035.60. St. Lonls Cotton Market. Spot market firm, 4c higher. Sales, 160 bales. Ordinary J Good ordinary 9U Low middling 10i Middling 1054 Good middling 10V Middling fa'r 11 Tinges nnd stalred KHc below white. Ualv eston Spot market firm. Middling 10?c. Now Orleans Spot market quiet. .Middling Memphis-Spot market firm. Middling MHe. Net receipts at all United States ports for seven davs were 406.994 bales, against 395.5-12 bales a week ago nnd 331.146 bales a year ago. Exports 319,343 hates, against 191.27S bales a year ago. Stocks 633.574 bales, against 721,523, Receipts at principal points: Galveston. 28.128 hales. New- Orleans, 11.803 bales. Mobile. 1.436 bales. Savannah. 6.083 bales. Charleston, 2,022 bales. Norfolk. 8.123 bale. Houston. 22,449 bales. Memnhls. C.579 bales. St. Louis' warehouso statementr 1303. 1102. 11,119 200 13,541 150 9.633 15,961 6,273 131,266 6,228 127,018 Stocks on hand bept- 1 Net receipts '.:" Net receipts since Sept- 1 Net shipments .1... Net shipments since Sept. 1... Stock! on hand Gross receipts 1 rims. t-.e.lnta .Ince Serin 1.. 1.2S3 1.000 5,018 'i'ui 4.141 2.334 24.737 Gross "shipments 1,354 Gross shipments since Sept. 1.... 21, SSI Br Telesraph. New York. Nov. . Spot cotton dosed steady, 2 points higher; middling uplands U.Ovc: mid dling Gulf H.30c: sales 1.620 bales. Futures closed' firm; Nov. 10.80c; , Dec. 10.88c; Jan. 10.86c: Feb. W.S5c; March 10.89c; April lo $8c: May 10.88c: June 10.88c. The market opened firm at a decline of 4 point, on the near pesl tlons, which were affected by "rather dlnp polntlng'cables and liquidation., to an advance of 12-polnts'on the later months, which were Influenced by continued bull support and the outlook for cold weather in the "Western hclt.i Jtlght on the call tne marnei necuiiie --... -tionally active, and was scot advancing at al most as rapid a rate a;, yoiterdav with nr.ccs In the first 10 or 12 minutes some 13 lo It P"n- higher en active bull support, and a, fresh Sairy of shorts, who were alarmed over the ";wnln bulge of 20 points In New Orleans and tne aggressive attitude of the local bull leader. The advance was also encouraeeil by the x pectatlon of a bullish Census Bureau report on baturdny. giving the amount of cot'en ginned thus far for the season, and the erre.-a of bullish crop news In connection with re ports that European spinners were becoming even more active bidders for spot 9Unp,lit After the opening spurt, however, reallzinc sales were attracted in great volume, and for a time the market. Influenced also by V.all5trct pressure, worked downward until In tre ear. afternoon it was from 12 to 18 points below tne. high point of the morning. At the lower lei', the bull Ie.iders "ontlnued to buy persistent!!, and as the seasoi progressed shorts ngai" became panic stricken, covered in volume, and forced the m irket up to the Ugh point of tne session, which occurred Just bsfon- the when Dec. sold at W 9"c; Jan. W.S.c; Jlarclt lO.ioc: May 10 90c. The market was flmiiy lirm. 2 or 3 points down from the bst. i"-"- were estimated at !HW.0W bales The aft.'rnooi advance was assisted by the fact tlat me extlmates for the week, while larger than last jour's, -was below early estlmatis, and ire full exports, while the rfiuthern spot markets continued steady, with prices unchanged to '-" higher. Receipts were neavy and tbe e? linai for to-morrow's receipts nt leading points in dicated no falling oft In the movement. Liverpool. Nov. C Cotton-Spot, moderate bu-lness done; prices 4 to 6 points hlgner. American middling fair 6-.0d: good middling 6 0-'d: middling 5 91.1: low middling SSMi: good ordinary 6 68rt. The salts of the day vere 6 Ouo br'es. of which 600 were for speculation nnd export and included 5.100 American l.e. cilpts 13 l-jjf b-iles. including 14.4.W American. I'utures upned easy and closed steady. Ameri can middling, g. o. c: Nov. 5.7Sd: Nov-.-Dec. 5 7Jd; Dec-Jan 5 6Sffl5"0d: Jan -Feb. aCid; Feb -March f67d; March-April rt,7d: April May SRK'-iCTd; May-June 6 66d: June-July 5 twd : Jul -Aug. 5 64d. New Orleans. La.. Nov. C Cotton Futures steady; Nov. 10 65510 57c; Dec. 10 62ll63c; Jan 10 6910 70c; Feb. 10.76?rl0 77c: March 11 87SiaSc; April 10 'J31J10 94c; May U 01BH.03C; Inn -1 l.'-1, iTn. T..I., 11 ,T...1 1 1 Cnn. -rtt.". ton firm: sales 3.600 bales: ordinary 7-ic; gooi ordinary 0 11-lfcc: low middling 10 l-16c; middling lo 7-lCc good middling lu-Sic: jnll dling fair lie Receipts 12.237: stock 183,219. Tlie Vlnlble. New Orleans. La . Nov. 6. Secretary Hes ter's statemert ot th world's vlslblo supply of cotton shows a total visible t.r 2.6V7.I22. ogainft 2,833,477 last jrar. Ot thin the total of American cotton is 2,097,122. against 2,383,177 last ear, Poaltry. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. Nov. 6 Live poultry Receipts to day were contlned to 1 car Western: auout 4 cars more are on track, which will be carried over to next wek. Demand for the week is over and market cio"-ed quiet, with joboers carrying from 6 to 7 cam unsold In the market. Prices unchanged. Dressed poultry Receipts to-day 1,404 pkgs. The weather conditions were more favorable, but too late In the week to afford much relief. Invoices rhow a slight fall ing off and receivers are Inclined to feel steady on - fairly large bright roasting chick ens, eay from 8 to 0 lb", to pair but medium drj-plcked and scalded chickens and fowls were in heavy -.uppiy and in absence of any other outlet are being put away In freezers, as speculators do not want to put them away at any price. There was some call for fancy heavj dry-plcfe! fowls at lie and even nlgncr. nut seraiKue marks rarely exceeded 10(jc. Th shop trade -- .n .uM.n.a an.. TTTrt . Stn-lf Went In that direction than heretofotfc. Fancy full.-, breasted spring turkejs steady, but 15j(16c was lull nign on siraigiit iu. -..,. x ....it .."" spring ducks and geese plenty and firm. SquaDs worked out at slightly easier prices. Quota tions unchanged. ECKS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York, Nov. 6.-Eggi,-Receipls ta-day S.144 cases. The market was generally nulet under relatively full offerings of mealum grades of fresh gathered eggs, wWch compose the great bulk of th visible stock, which buy ers at th range of 2Uff.5c. but th classo. trade that was looked for to take these, good' did a great deal of shopplnj. which .l to Irregularity in the sale-. Lots that sho-ved more or less -new laid eggs were very scare-; and sales showed extreme prices for goodj-tttat would candle, out a full proportion of nncr Dirties, -checks and all low grades were Urm and higher. Refrigerators quiet, with full Of ferings at 21S2l'4c. which aid not rhow iual lty ae sired. Kentucky and T3-iM-e. fcrst. I5c: seconds 22if24c; alrtics. No. 1 candled. 13 20c; No. 2 17S-lS-c; poor dirties checks and culls 13-?lGc: refrigerator dirties liOlSVic- Philadelphia. 'Nov. 6 -Eggs ste-iay; good re quest; fresh near-by 20c. loss off-do. vVestern 23C loss On: oo. auuiuwww... w-:-.w. .-- -, do.' Southern 23g.Sc. loss off. Chicago, Nov. t Eggs firm; at mark, cases, included. ISfcenttc per doz. .-.,,. Kansas City. Mo.. Nov. .-Eggs flrm: Mis souri and Kan'as. cases included. 20JSC doz.. new No. 2, whltewood cases Included. 21c Coffee. New York, Nov. 6 Coffee Spot Rio steady No. 7 invoice 6Hc; mild steady: Cordova t& 12c. The market opened steady at unchanged prices, to a decline of 10 points, under heavy liquidation by recent buyers, who were appar ently discouraged by the rather more optimistic reports received conccrnlnit tho crop. On the otner hand, tho cables were fairly steady, with receipts for tho day moderate: the decllno at tracted fresh supporting orders from various sources, and part of tho loss was regained. Later, however, buying became less prominent and the market was finally steady at unchanged prices, to a decline of 10 points. The sales were SLOW bales, including Dec' nt 6.01fj7oc; Jan. 5.80c; March 5.93cjic: Mav Glass 20c; July ,2336 30c, and Sept. 6.3B6.4ic. Batter anil Clice.se. New York. Nov. 6 Butter Rceipts 2.6S3 pkgs steady: creamery 16ij-"2V4c: Stale dairy 1S20C. Cheese Receipts 4.437 pkgs.: quiet; Stata full cream fancy small colored sept. Utlc; Oct. lie; small white sept- Uhc; Oct. lie; large colored Sept. ll.ic; Oct. lie; large white Sept. ll.ic: Oct. lie Chicago. Nov. 6 Butter easy: creameries loa 21Hc: dairies 14ii18!-iC. Cheese steady: dairies lo'iSUc; twins 10"ic; Young Americas lie. i'hlladelphla, Nov. 6. Butter steady; fair de mand; extra Western creamery 22--c: do. near ,by prints, 23c. Cheese steady: fair demand: .New York full creams fancy 12c: do. choice EJic; do. fair to good HSUc. DRIED FRUITS. New York. Nov. 6. The market for evapo rated apples is quiet, but prices are firm, owin to limited' supplies. The common are quoted at 45(5V4c. prime at 5 -,S6c. choice at 6-5ic and fancy at 7c. Prunes remain rather quiet and somo concessions are reported to have been made on medium sizes. 'Ihe range, how ever, still runs from 3-i.c to 7c on all grades. Apricots are ot a moderate Jobbing demand and prices, are flrm. Choice are quoted at a-it? oi;c extra choice at lOSWHc nnd fancy at HiC 12V.C. Peaches are quiet. Choice are quoted at 7'471c. extra choice at 7J.SSC and fancy at Kttiouc Sngar. New York. Nov. 6. Sugar Raw quietr fair refining 3 5-16c; centrifugal. 96 test. 3 13-16o; mclas-es sugar 3 l-16c; reilned quiet: crushed 5.30c; powdered 4 80c: granulated 4.70c llo-la-scs steady: New Orleans 31342c New Orleans. Nov. c Sugar quiet: open kettle, centrifugal 3iJ,8U l-16c: centrifugal granulated 4c; white 4lic: jellow 3.e3J-,c: seconds r,S3 7-16C Molasses Open-kettle 23 23c: centrifugal steady, 1523c: sirup steady, 2532c Dry Good-i. New York, Nov. 6 The demand for dry goods has been restricted to a certain extent by tho reluctance of 'buyers In accepting certain of the offers which have been mad', but bujers are more willing to anticipate their requirtrnenU to a certain extent and aro obliged to pay a firmer scale of prices than was the case a few days ago. Trensnry Statement. Washington. Nov. 6. Available cash balance, $227,118,171 ; gold. $111,903,742. LOCAL DRESSMAKERS MEET. .Relation of Employer and Em ploye .Considered. Seventy-live members of the "Western Dressmakers' and Merchants' Association attended the first monthly meeting of the organization jesterday at No. 3003 Pins street The association U the result of the convention of Western and Southwest ern dressmakers, held here September 21, and Is designed to bring about an Inter change ot ideas between those engaged In this line of business. The meeting was presided over by Sirs. Linda It. Wade, president ot the local organization. The .topic discussed was tho question of the employment of help, how employes could best be directed, how best results could be secured and how mutual benefits could be secured to em ployers and employes. Mrs. Wado also brought before the as sociation the proposition of affiliating with the International Dressmakers' and Merchants' Association. It was decided to Join the International Association, and Mrs. Wade was Instructed to -take steps toward consummating the desired object. The International Association has organ izations In London, Parts, Berlin, "Vienna, New York, New Orleans, San Francisco and Chicago. . The objects, and alms of the Palais du Costume, a feature of the World's Fair, were explained by Mrs. Wade. GENERAL KING IN ST. LOUIS. To Deliver Lecture at Oddon for Battery A's Benefit. General Charles King, president of the Array of the Philippines and generally known as a writer of war stories, will be In St- Louis Sunday, Monday and Tues day. On Monday night he will deliver a lecturo at the Odeon for the benflt of Battery A and Camp Lawrence DeWltt. His subject will be "The Capture of Ma nila by ttie Americans." General King participated in that movement. On Tues day night General Klnf jvlll be the guest of honor at a reception at the Battery A armory. He will be received by the mem bers of the battery at 9 p. m. General King's chief object In coming to St- Louis Is to arrange for the erection of a nlpa house or "shack'-' In the Philip pine exhibit. Here will be shown sou venirs of the 'Philippines brought here by American soldiers. RIVER NEWS. Iiise anil Fall "f the Hirers I'or 21 hours ending at 7 a. m. Friday. Nov. 6. VG. Staticn. Dancer, Gauge Chance. Pittsburg 22.0 3.7 J).- I-irkerrburg 2h.o 3 4 -c.t r-lnclm-itl -J-'? j --: Louisville 2-J.O 3 0 c.o Nashville 40.0 2.S o.- Chattanooga 33-0 J- .(, Flcrerc '. 16-'' "J -to J6hn.nvil! .'.... -U.0 0 8 e.,.3 Evansvillo 2- j- -O.J ht. Paul Ij.1 J '; Dubuque 1-0 -.' -J- DivenWt 1T-.0 J? -J-3 Keokuk Ly' ,; -".-t Grafton 232 !- - Omaha 1? 9 ... ... . -.'anu.aw 21.0 '."' "1 HoonvIUe .0 3- Hermann -" ,-:: Ht. LouhJ M.O H-l Chester 30-0 ;;-. Cairo 4.7.0 14.. Memphis 33.0 - Little Rock 23.0 3.8 0.2 1.2 o!i -ii 0.0 -0.2 Vlcksburg 47.0 12.3 Shrevcpott 20.0 1.0 -0.1 Nev Orleans 15.0 4.3 -o.l R!e. -Fall. EDWARD H. BOvTIB. Local Forecast Official. HIver forccnat. The ?Jfssourl east of Boonville ard the Mis sissippi at ht. Louis will rise: north of th mouth of the Missouri the Mississippi will fall. River nml Jln-ilnc-ii. Harbor gauges v esterday marked 14 4 feet. In dicating a fail cf .1 of a foot in 24 hours. Business along the Levee yesterday was 00,1 Weather cloudy. To-Day'i "Wenther. rair. with rising temperature. Arrived. Belle of Calhoun.., P-tere- L-e .-". Spread Eagle ..Calhoun County .Memphis Altos Departeil. Cape- Girardeau bpread Eugie ...Commeret ....... ..Alton ' Departures To-Day. Sidner Keokuk .Cliestcr Cipe Glrsrdeeii A'CtIF- 111, VU4ilUUII.(((..ai..tiVUVUU V"tll' !.! I-icI" PeorU Sprea-3 llaglo ......Alton rctra Lee.T. .'...MenirhlJ Itlvcr Rlnlto 1! re-vlt !- Preparations are completed, for the cruise- cf the L'nltcd Stati-i steamer Mississippi, whMi departs this morning for New Orleans with th Mlssiss'ppi River Commission aboard. Several , members cf the Merchants' Exchange wllllioid a conference on board with the commission. Th peters lv- cams up yesterday morning: from Memphi. w 1th a heavy trip of lumber and cottonseed. She will depart en tho return this afternoon. Th Belle of Calhoun arrived 'from Calhoun County j esterday morning with a good trip, and will depart on the return thin afternoon. The Bald Eagle, of the Eagle Packet Com pany, is due this morning from Feorta, "ana departs on the return In the afternoon. Captain Larry ilcHaffey, .who was master of th"Clty of ijt- Louts, whiclr burned, was a, caller at the, harbor rooms j esterday. C Captain Thomas- Suns "Is wrecklse tho hull Of his burned steamer, Lotus Sims,, at the 'loot of, North Market street Tho Sidney will arrlvs this morning- frora Burlington: .She departs on the return to Keo kuk in the afternoon. Ciptain.Bob McCoy camo in from his home at bt. 'Jacob's yesterday, and was a visitor at the harbor rooms. ' The Cape Girardeau departed for Ctopimerco r yesterday afternoon with a good trip of freight and passengers. Several applications for membership in Har bor No. 23 have been received by Secretary P. S. Drown. Tho Chester will arrive this morning from Cape Girardeau and depart on the return in th afternoon. B-r Telegraph. ' REPTJBLIC'SPECIALS. Cairo. 111.. Nov. c Gauge reads 14.S show ing a. fall of .3 during last 24 houra. Weather cloudy nnd cold. The Polar Wave passed from the Lower Mississippi at 430 a. m. for St. Louis with two barges of logs. The Lily de parted for the Upper Mississippi- at a- m. Th- Charlotte Roeckeler arrived from the Lower Mlssh,sitl at 3 a. m. with two barges of wood. Tho Fred Hartweg arrived from th Lower Mississippi at 930 a. m. with four barges of lumbr and one barge of logs. The lieaa Lee arrived from Bt. Louis at 10 a. m. and da parted for- Memphis at 230 p. m. The Jo. Fowler was In and out on time. The Gufle V. arrived from the Lower Mississippi at 1 p. m. Memphis, Tenn.. Nov. S. The rtver hers stands 8 8 feet, a fall of .1 In the last 31 hours. The Delta got awnv at 11 a. m. for Vlcksburg. The Kate Adams departed at 1 - p. m. for Arkansas City. Th Robrt E, Lh departed at S 3) p. m. for Ashport. The Jarn-r-i Lee departed at ,530 p. m. for Friar-a Point. Receipts by river to-dar were 205 bales cotton. 40 bass seed cotton and 3.845 sacldi cotton- s"a ... ,; e. - Grand Tower, 111., Nov. . Reas !tf down atla. m. Chester down at . m. Joel r rlvid down it 1 a. n. and departed north at 10-3O a. m. General Klnjf up at 6 p. ra. 2ie ter up-at.O-T.. an... Xbr- gaoge." reads ii feet and fallln-r. Weather clear and cool. Paducah. Ky Nor. . The gauge read-i 17. Wcather clear and cool. Joe Fowler to Cairo on time. Dunbar to Evansvllle at p. m. I. N. Hook from Tennessee River. 4 p. m. Local packets la and out on time. "P-islmss quiet VIcksburr. Miss., Nor. 6.-Gcog is, ""- falling- Weather clear and ooot CfcilnMtts passed down last night with 2,400 bales of cot ton and 3 COO sacks seed. American detained by want of laborers. Other local packets in and out on time. Natchez and Delta duadown. Burlington, -la.. Nor. . The rlrer Is 7 feet Se-t Inches above low-water mark, a fall of 24 Inches. Weather clear and colder; The Elolsn In and out from Keokux. The "Vivian arrived from the Ohio River with shells. Warsaw, 111., Nor. 6. Gauge reads 10.S feet a falL of .7 In 24. hoursu Weather cloudr ana coot Sidney down. Silver Creaoent In and our. Chester, IIL, Nor. 6. Gaujre lt and fawn. "Weather fair and coot Chaster paj-sed down, 2:30 a. m. Will pus up to-night Tinlsvllle. Kv-.. Nov. ("--River frtmilQnai-v. tn canal 3 1 feet; on falls .9; below locks It. ' Clear and cold. Eraniivllle. tad.. Nor. CIUvsr 3.5 fttt fill ing. Ooady and cooler. vVhwIlng. W. Ta., Nor. a, River featj -rising. Clear and cooler. Cincinnati. O , Nor. 6. River sUtJooarr; I feet Clear and cold. Pittsburg-. Pa., Nor. t Hirer 3.T fet fDfli Clear and coot KELLY TRIES MAIDEN SUIT. Convicted Boodler Represents Client in Justice Court. Charles F. Kelly, ft-i-mer member cf the House of Delegates, under sentence of two -years on charges of perjury, marie hH debut as an attorney yesterday In Ju-stlct William Hanlcy'a court at No. 1KB Eactuii avenuo. Kolly has not been admitted to the bar, but ia eligible to practice in Jus tico co-uTta After Kelly returned from Btzrope and was released on bond, he declared his in tention of studying law. He made appli cation for admission to a law -school, but the application was rejected because or his connection with, boodllng matters. He has been studying under an attorney. STEAMBOATS. l'V"lr"J'rl" --- ---- Jjvyirninj'u-ii-(j-jjj CPPEIt MISSISSIPPI. i-i--tiiiii "" ii"yii''i!trwwmjtjtmL DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS For Hamburg. Mbxlo's. Olarksvllle: Loulit ana. Ilannlbat Qulncy, Keokuk, "- STBA31I5R SlnflKT" Leaves Saturday, November T. i p. m. From wharfboat. foot or Washington ara Phone. Main 1447A. I. p. LU8K. Gen Art. ST.LOUIS & CALHOUN PACKET GO. 8tr. BELLE OF CALHOUN Leaves wharfboat foot of Locust st everr Wednesday snd baturday at 4 p. m. for Ham burg, Moiler's and nil Calhoun County land-ax- s. . .. W. PEBASTIAN. gent. Phone Main 18 Klnloch D 802. I.OWEK MISSISSIPPI. LEE LINE STEAMERS Tor Chester, Grand Tower. Cape Girardeau. cfin" Mn-Phl. lle,'v;. Friars Point. Greene ylile Vlcksburg and all way landings; also landings on Arkansas Itler Including pin FETERS LEE.Saturday, Nov. 7. S p. m. STACKER LEE, Tuesday. Nov.' 10, 6 p, m. REES LEE. Thursday. Nov. 12.-H B m From wharfboat foot of Olive stl -" - DhM.,1 M.I. inn i . T-t.t.. . -.- W. E Albltx. Com. Agt. D. M. Connon.o,n. Agt St. Louis, Chester, Gape Glrardeaj Line. STR. CHESTER Leaves Tueodar Thursday aad Saturday at 4 p. m., from wharfb.iat foot of Locust t.. tor Cape Clrardea. and Intermedltt Undines. JNO R- Ifiwrvnii.ir ...-.. Phonei- Main 1J1!. IT 802 Main 48A anci'A lii Eagle Packet Co, STR. CAPE GIRARDEAU. ror Cape Girardeau. Coram.rce and intrm- Ilat points ever Mon lay and Friday. 6 d. m. ILLINOIS RIVER. STEAMER BALD EAGLE. Tor neardstown and all way landtag-. Satur-da5"- 0vember 7. 4 p. m., from wharfboat foot of vine at- t ... 1L "W. LErHB. AeB!. Phones: Main 32S. Klnlcch 1204C. Z i aI 1-1 I 4 it'BsStass- -ii &.-. ,rt.i. -. jlv JSLj-i iiBwg!igSttea siSfeS r-i ... . -, . . -- t-t , && M,mBmMMiM&m&& ctjQ I- 7", :a. wMSfrfrJ'rir?