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THE EEPUBLIO: TUESDAY. SOVEMBEE 24, 1903.
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TO LET FOR III iMSS PURPOSES-
IHKMi:NT on l.road near rheptnut. for
Turkish bath, baxber, etc .Mipl) Madlon Hostel
DE1.MAK, 539-1 lalf of Ftorc for rent to slic
maker. IUbK room, with ..r without sto-aRC reflson
sblc. John KeMwIwrh. 5" b i j-eienth M
m:blv room In nlcelx furnished tfflc; ue
r both ithunes and rollrr dck. til UurllnKton
minding
hotli nhniifxi f-miinil floor X.i tier month l- JN
.ml ft i;ag M Iouls
i:--r. t.KXl ?-" rorr for rent ultaulf
w butc'i -r x rhtaiiri.it Atl U I'lne
i;M( 3fC-Iirpo ;tor rliWW location,
in coi.l 1h.iiHi
KJH 11 floor with power, llcht nnu water.
'I.I,WhMT 10-17 Ollxst
l,MU;i: manufacturfiik j1aw IT1 "3 Je
1m-h. aw. SSxID two Slo r. u-l. liphttii.
levator Jiitl lrHeua and line larcf f !."
tu1iqMa for froJa f at. ton wajcon or rarriaEC
luani rmtuii: k or laundrx rent rtaHjnab't I r
latttt-Ul11!1 -ee .. ,.
chwi:xki:r i.i:ai.tv co
lffi. jcncr-oiiTM:
MXlT 1124 1J2G Two ll-iri iSvin'i, nsht
n three sidet near new J i Hereon Hotel, tiU
nbV for arm-nt nnnufacturer. r-a-.or.nte
'ri 4 J l"t vh j iuia
miti'!:th nil N luo.-flon brick
v013it with power, shafting and pulley
MJIIIII MT!KET 1311 Uircc torc chMP
-- Js I! 1)1 TTOX
;M N rourtnth
" MST f nici ofli-o Ith tlel. Klnloch
l.Loro 415 Uurlington bulhllnc S10 OIK
I'l'.n 115 Ofrtcv or lek room Willi 11-ht
li at .irtl l hi ne
IIM 11 -recoil flo-ir 2ixll" f"t. for llsht
ni3n-rjc;ui nc or otliorruiTHios
MOKi:i:oiM modern huildlns. "ullablofcr
rocn or lianlware $3) Ilauch ae, l-at
-t l-ouI 111
UWIKI) FOIl HUIMS 1'L1H'0B.
(lOtll) liHatlon for tio-lialr union shop,
without rloso cuioslUon 7. M. Kfr"h'l
ornri: rotm Hitli dtto-n- '' llrni. one
room m.UC K. 46. Krpublir
FOIl 11EV1 U-ULLIGS.
ARMM1TOV. Z3ZZ Vt ur-room frame vottsse;
tats -aV' cr. to Arlington t
HKi.Mi;K. 1111 Xice nlne-n.oin houe bath,
nil nndro cointnienc.- rent J5 John IaK
hh Ki,toi
Iri.MU 4s Ttn room. mwl-drcorated,
for i-eiii( n.' pun,OM'. oi U tr i month
II ?!IITON 1- K shi-room new noue.
modem Phon J Melnberc 1304 ro.i1wa
KUNNKUl. VfiT-M.-e I mom houe hoi
water -ntl sa. rent JSTi JOHN 0V11
1-AKMMK 42X7 new -dx-room hou-e. J.
Call ai 10T VahlnKton ac.
MMION ulil i"Hfton HeUhfj) IrlHnc.
table. furnace: -.Intern, open, $22 & 313
lictnut
ITA SI" ipn room and reception hall;
funiae- nrd all mo Ith oni niences. Iteauti
fullj Urcoiniil Inquire at 3)14 ht Mncent
ne
riltMSUKI) IIOl vf AM) FLITS FOR
ri:t.
IXANS 4M NicH furnished three-room flat;
will -ell contenti entire or part, barjraln
roU.NTl.N 4575 -MceU furniihtd fiat of
three roor's. all com en knee, faces Fountain
1'ark
sKAH 516 X. Fhc room furnished flat;
electri liRlit. hath, furnace, a modern
VEIINOV 4751A Hand'omel furnihed i,
room flat; all new furniture; reasonable to rlEht
part.
1 KT BKI-I.E. 4hl Three-room corner flit.
Itol bath; completelj furnl-hed, one unfurnished
nat
FRMS FOR RENT,
imOADWAY. T5M S IIou and four acre;
edge clt; tine tible. plcnt water.
VIRGINIA farms all !. low prices rlto
H ei. Mcr of Immigration. Emporia. Va
TVHOLi: or half farm, three miles from CU
ton; Itarcaln 43 North Market,
FOR RENT STAIII-Eh.
STABLK. lurge enough for Tour hore and
wagorn. with or without rooms above ZO 3.
Republic.
WESTMINSTER. 4i Good brick stable, two
robins alhn. reasonable.
IMPROVER CITY PROPERTY FOR
LE.
ALFRED. 31A New two itory brick fiat,
cheap rent 853)
EIGHTEENTH. 351S N Plr-room brick houv
and stable; will sell cheap.
liOUISIANA. 3CD)-New one-stor housea,
cheap Doerfllncer 2000 Tlusseil
MINNESOTA. 3442 New fleroom house,
hath- stone-front; will take part scant, own
er must sell: only S.5u0 Call 6335 uburlan
ONE of the finest corners In the clt; 5153
ill built up with the flnet four room fiats,
hath, furnace. Mrictlj modern three flats are
lentlng for J,'-) per jear, will take part or
Improed propert.. See
cllEKER realty cu.
JW S. Jenenon ar.
WANTEI Twentj-flie or thlrt.-lie foot lot.
In Compton Height! district, for cah Fee
SCHWBNKKU REALTY CO.
3ft7 . JifTerson a.e
WELI-Bt'ILT flat of four and fie roon-nd
hath; hot and cold water connection built
llrst-cla-, for owner, will rent at $V ier
month: price jstmo, in nnt-clajw neighborhood
i-Ve bCHWENKEU KEVLT Y CO .
1607 K Jefferson oe
FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE.
Manchester road. 5I4-52& Iarge hulldins
and lot for manufacturing; cheap 8 ..
)UM12i 1 Thirteenth t . 4 4 iwii fiat" 5 KX)
iCl Forept Va-k bouIeard; 4 and T room
fiat, cheap
ry5 IIckson t , large hou and lot Sx
138.3. cheap
Houe, 2210 Warren t ; modern 4 and 5
room fats, bargain
rT71 Montgomery M . 7 room. stable,
shed etc , for teamsters .. t0
C3t I .aw ton ac. R nmu. furnace, etc 1009
57H) McNalr ae.. 73xl0 lot and Impt . 1WH
1S43-13U rllIoi .t, two 6-rooni houe Z.2.1O
N. aiau pt.. 7 roim-, W)xl33 ... . ?Zf)
31f P Ewlng ne , i nxm. etc. . . 2.
r-f3"i 4'lark ae S ron. etc .. ... . 3 530
.754 McNilr 1e. h'U"e an 1 lot 2jx110 . 5.2)
5713 N Gatrffin e. r. room.", etc.. 5,33t
J331 Maiden lane. 6 moms 3 fJO
5551! O-age t . god houe and lot J, WO
444 Onto Hrllliante ac. C rooms, lot 20x
no ... .... 5,-x)
5413-5413 ljkson .. two from hcue
leet lot
5"C N Irnth rt . -ncm houe. heap
515 Twelfth -t fi ro-ime, etc 1 -)
Two houses tor ale .. 1,3J
Ijjt - Westmoreland plice. l'xlUo
1 argil 11
Luti n f Page ae . 5T3 feet cat of Pen
dleton; Jjlu3 . ..
N. s Iuret I'trk tioulMnnl, neir Sarnh
t.; 3Sxl) feet . -
To rle an etate X w corner "Ia. and
I.e iiK. lot ISxhSla . ...
Lot w t-orrer Ierkren an 1 Rirne
ae ; 7.iy chepp
Mc"NN-IOWI,ING REALTY CO.
Kirloch fi"7 no Chestnut t.
FOR SALE.
4511 PINE STREET.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
new 14 room reidnce. Jut finNhefl lot 6)
xlS lia" thieo er elegant bithmom double
fijr firt an 1 peennd to. and billiard room on
tiln! fl.-r heate.1 with hot water, eier. niom
licit. go.vl 'o-t for .ill rotn-s. linen doct.
tra 1hik lilnr and dining-room. 22 Inch
-t'n' walls lR-lnch brick wall, construction
the erx tt. material the best mone can bjj.
nothing ha been par-d. notl irg slight M
RLMAL INVESTMENT CO TOO Ch.et.tnut st.
FOR SALE.
462B Mcpherson ave.
A new tleen-n.om detached houe. now le
ing rnlbed hatdwocil f!rlh. hardnoo-l flir
extra line plumbing, great laraln. nu terms
Royal Investment Co., 700 Chestnut St.
CHO'CE UNION BOUIRARD HOME CHEAP.
-" 1 nion lHiulrard ltnn Maffitt anl
TT5 .. a tno-tor lmff-hrick front lesl
Vnee of fwion ro.iT. hath, reception hall attic
.mil cellar: lot ixl5S prlc rplucfd to 12 b M
(HA1! K OOEU 21 Chestnut st
A BIG BARGAIN.
no OfT AND LOOK .T IT.
1107 Kentur!i ap. a frnm- hull.linc. 31xG
can bo convert! 1 Into flat or utfl for husi'
npss purpoM. lot MMV). rrlcc SLW
('HAS r Q(SEU Ctl -tnut st.
Near Tower Grove Park.
1S3 Ilim.phrcj ft , htrn Uent n- and
Morsan roril roart. a l',-ton frame hou
four roon". laundry and cellar; lot iOxl;
1 rice Jl.H'i " '
C1IVS. F. VOGI-.U : ChTtnut 5t
SIILRU PltOPEnTY FOR SALC.
OIJVE STREET Road. Jut Kant of St 1
KG Colo It. IL. Near Ollietti- Station
l.ircc frame boll.ilnc. 1 3.V100 acre cf Kround:
cood location for irrocerj ; will sell stock cf
crocrle etc.. alo ADAM EIlEIt.
mi rranKlln mc.
CITY HKAI, ESTTE FOIl 8LE.
CXI,Y one lot l"ft, Ci foot; south of Easton.
near rase, bargain Inquire 14HV Stewart.
FAItMS FOIl SALE.
F. ell farns- cet our free IlJt.
S II MORTON 3ni Unco!- Trat bldic
OEKMATOLOGX.
Falling Hair, Itching Scalp,
dandruff.gidaUdlsordereaffectluKtha
hair or scalp permaneully and safely
cured. All Information and book free.
JOIIS H. WOODBURY D. I.,
108 Slerxnou'-Jaccard, St.Zrfoli.
r.
FIISAMTI-IL.
L.IFK IIC"I:ra f-r oniii'irc Pimnmapn
or loauM upon at per cnt": lib. dlue-s
G M .Vlthers 208 National Bank of Commrce
MOM21 TO LOAX.
On Pcmonnl Propert.
LOANS negotiated on furniture, plaroa or
any personal property hi 8 per cent per annum;
..mmn .uihh 1'uuiic. l-ut inesinut ti
ilOXI-Y to loan on f.irn.tnrr. ninnis horse.
uaKOim etc.. S per cent per ear. Price, Mela-
C Pn fill uit a j i ' . .........
..- . .... win cinnua.tarii uuiuuu.
W1i if . . . . . . .....
'' joant-a "aianeu people nunoui se-
.. - i, miitci. Mlj fllOlt OIUK . ytll .V tllir
Don'. Borrow Money
on furniture and pianos
linroui: ou bEn us. wc will &ve
iuu MO.nv. as - are the ONLY COM
JAsV. who Itun "ney it NATIONAL ItNK
JAT.ys!:5'r "! Call and I.WEoTl
oTB OI'R NEW l'I.N I'ura-nn lranc.!
JV,ki:ki.y. siontiii. or -sevui-y. py
Mi:srs kii:mim m tnse3 M" km .
S.HU f.r K'H'IXrtSIKNT or other Il-KOIl-TINE.
Get OUIt HAni and TnD OUT
OTIII.ns and SEE njll lobHSbl.r what
e SAE rOIt Yor Your tenni ore
OI'Il TEHMt No nublllt no lnauirli-. c
i-III VAX ALL OUll IULLm or loani which
pu nvis owe and DANCE (JU MOKE
5IONITV. anl ou if pa j us to suit our con
enleno on our i:sy-r MENT I'LN If
ou CANNOT CALL in peron. 1uil WRITE or
I'llONi: us D M3 or Sn'n -7t(M and our
COVFIurNTIAL ACEN1 WILL CM.L nd
a-rance for the loan at YOI It ItElIDKMU-
.. NATIONAL TltLbT CO.
nooii; :c9 n m Mirnvon jccrd
m'li.niNo ricoM) 1'i.oon
40. n nitoDWAi con loci'it st.
tlll i:li: TOIt HOY TO I KT M)V off
ON srCONI) TLOOlt
MONEY TO LOAN
(EASY-PAYMENT PLAN)
ON FFltNITUIti: I'lANO H0ItaB9
OI'K NEW SYSTEM KHe- orl i CHEXrER
HATE of Interest. I ONGEIt T(ME and SM M.L
Ell PAYMENTS than c"; other Oomp in) ou
can PAY AS lOU 111. i Ithcr nctklv or
moithl. and onH pa for such time as ou
have had loan Good remain In OL'Il i'OS
SEviON NO IYMENTS renulrcd while PICK OH
Ot'T OF WOltK In cae of death of husband
ALL INTEItrST l'AII) RUrUNUCb and PA-Phlt-
CNCI LED
NO PfllLICITY. NO INCONVENIENCE NO
DLLA. papers can bt slRneil at house and
ou can set mcne sinie ia jou nrpll.
We will PAY NY IjOAN Oil CLAIM ic-ilnst
jour koo.1s and (JIVE OIT MOItn MONEY
If ou cannot call WRITE OR TELEPHONE
us and e will sen 1 aeent to expliln rur NEW
STSTEM. TELEPHONE KIMJfH II 431
rmni.iTY urokfuaoi: iyi .
Room No 410 Comnonwealth Trust building
Hroadn and Ollie st Fntranco :i OUe ft.
Do You Want Money?
Don't Mortgage Your Furniture or Piano
I ntl! jiu c u We make loans on Jrnitur
I'lano Horses anl WUKons W ITHOI'T RE
MOVAL. and eie jou ALL THE TIME lor
WANT to ra the loan back In WEEKLY
MONTHLY OR YEARLY PAlMUNTb. to suit
tour conienicnce No Inquiries msd of otir
emploter or frknds No RED TAPE In deal
intr with us
If jou owe a loan conipam oranv bills of any
kind we LET lOU IIAE THE MONEY to
P? them and ArVNCB lOl MORF
MONr. Thus jour dealing with us Is strlctlj
private it is easier to pa one than a numlH-r.
and b o doing jou have advantace of OI'R
NEW b-TEM whhh elves vou a CHEAPER
RTE OF INTKIILST and INOEIt TIME
than In anv other vrnj w E EXTEND YOUR
PAYMENTS IN CA--E OF falCKNEP5! OR AN
MISFORTl'NE without extra charai If oj
cannot call write or teleihone Rell Main TSM
or Klnloch C lfO and our Lonadentlal agent
will arranae the loan nt jour residence
LVV URK 1-1N NCE OlVIl'AM.
M7. a? and ?59 Odd Fellows1 building-. Ninth
and Olive st . second floor. ,
INVESTIGATE THIS
WHEN YOU WANT MONEY.
We tnaVe loans on furniture WITHOUT RE
MOVAI We make no Inquiries of jour
friends or emplojer. We Klve vou the full
amount In CA--H. rot chevks We arrange pa
ments to suit jour CONVENIENCE and ARIL
IT Y. W e do cot RECORD loans w e nrcrjt PT
for everv pavment made w'e paj off any
OTHER LOAN or a balance on furniture anl
OH E MORE MONEY W e EXTEND pjvm nts
In ease of SICKNESS. We cancel ALL PA
TERS In cae of death of husband or wife We
mak- S LOW rates as tli LOW EST We
grant L1HERAT. UlbCOFNTS for time money
is n t used Til Is our bu ness In a nutshell
SEB US before setting a loan elsewhei and
be convinced that vvc are TUB PEOPLE.
THE HOCWIOLD LOAN CO .
room mi rri.LriiTON ni'ii-nivo
SnVENTII AND PINE STS.
Telephone for us to call Klnloch n 1911
Loans at 5 Par Cent.
We make LONS on FURNITURE. PIANOS.
SAI.ARIES. etc
See us before getting a LO N" elsewhere,
will av jou MONEY Our plan Oil B3 vou
IJNOER TIMF. SMALLER PAYMENTS and
CHEAPER HATES
Pav at jour convenience. LIBBRM. DIS
COUNT for time monej Is rot used We pay
orr anv other LOAN or talahce on your FUR
NITURE and alve jou more monej. No FUR
LI CITY roods remain In jour possess! in
TIME" EXTENDED In case of SICKNESS NO
CHARGE Call and he convinced. Write o
telephone. Klnloch A 32.
UNION FINANCE CO. rooms -: WI Orl-1
Bide . S E. cor Slith and locust. Entrance
31? X. Sixth street, opposite Farr s
INVESTIGATE THIS
When -ou want monrj on hou-vhold goodi o
SAIARV You will make a mistake ir VUr
DON T o- u te'ore iiolnc buslnej elFcwhere
rament and dlscountR are arrartyed to cle
ou CHKAFKH MONET than can be had anj
wbere el-e in the eltr MII pav off an XJOAS
COMPANY or furniture houf-e ani advance ou
AIORH MONEY i-peclal InoucemenV Rln to
persons holding permanent SALAHIKD P.fcI
TlciNc No embarrap'-Inc Inquiries lJulne-
-.TUlCTlY connaenuai
ROOM I2 HOLLAND nLTlfS.T A TELrOUU.
ni x Seventh st Tei Kinich -or-.
Take eleator to eighth floor.
LOANS ON FURNITURE
rtatrs an terms unheard of Iock:
SI tt weekly pa- a J7S livin
SI 20 wetkl) pat a 5M loan
Jl weekl pa a J) loan
3e weekly ja a IP loon
I'aments ma be made weeklj -c ml month!.
or mor.thl It Is jour tntercu to commit u
All buInes"j private and above l-o.r-I See ii.
CHEMICAL riNANCE X)
Ml Chemical bldg . Eighth and Ohe K
CASH ADVANCED
To people holding a steady tosltlon on their
plain notex. also on household furniture, pfinos,
etc, (the good remaining; In our possession),
"t loweat rater;. eaIct terrns.i quickl and
-uletly. Klnloc-i phone C 15CT
ST. LOUIS INVESTMENT CO.
Room 1118 Missouri Trust Dultdfnc
Entrance 705 Olive ftrett.
LOANS IN EAST ST. LOUIS.
Also In surroundinf- towns On FURNITURE-
riANO-. and h M.ARIES Amounts to nilt
irur need and TERM1- to suit YOUR ARIL
ITY to paj We d not remove j-ood Extn-
sions In case of .i(hn- Llhral discounts
Kinloch ur: THE HOME TRUST CO .
Room 2K Metropolitan RuIMIng
4U.-4I7 MlFsourl Ave. Ea-l M I-uls
SEE US AT ONCE.
n I tl sell ou h team, wagon, harness,
buggr, inl'Ch cow. etc . on fimll weekly or
monthlj paments, we can ell jou r team, no
that half Us earnings w"11 iav for ltelr In
a short time o alo mike furniture loi:j
at the loAept rates
STANDATtl) CREDIT CO . 6C-1 Burlington
blfig. Sl Olive Ft . Opponlte Post Office
EAST ST. LOUIS LOAN GO.
Loa.ni menej on household good" and all kinds
of pen-onil proiert; ea, monthI Pijment
Iloom 203 McCaaland building Zto colIlT-vlIIe
SAURIES BOUGHT.
If jou red monej a u? e advance money
on j-our slav Loan on furniture negotiated
No objectionable Inquiries Buine?v "trlctly
confidentla I. paj ment s to suit conv enlem.es
Equltv Finance Co . 1410 Missouri Trust
LOINS ON FIKMTLRC.
More v a iv anced salaried emploj en
EQUITABLE INVESTMENT CO..
4H Centurv Bids. Kin B ISSt.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE.
ic furnish vou money quicklr and conU
dcntlallj. without t-ecurlt. National Credit Co.
rooms 911 vz Chemical bMr Elrhth and OIiv
Monty Advanoid Salaried Paopis,
Teamtera boarding-houe keepers without aecu
rity.eaij pajmeuts. larsest business In 30 princi
pal cities ,Toman. 501 Xfouaer bide .y-9 CtotatnuL
3IONEV WAMED.
.AA.AM..s.rssstyssWsks.y.sktsVyskS
tG.ou0 on Improved dtj propert j worth JlS.tV).
alo J3vrt on improved citj jiroperty worth
J7.0W HX G3. Republic.
dentistry;
NEW YORK DENTAL ROOMS.
Lending DenlUta. Established for 42 yean.
-. v. vor. uroaawaj ana uuve.
Entrance COS Olive at Extract
Inc FREE when teeth arc or
dered Largest and oldest dentel
establishment In the city. We
emplov the most ski'lful rren In
the profession All work guar
anteed Consultation TREE Do
not look for cheap dentists, but
come to ua and irtt reliable
work at lowest prices Open
dallj from 8 a. ni. to 6 p. m .
and iTundai from 830 to I p m
1-AJpiES! UseCHchester-s English Pennyroyal Pins.
I Best! Barest! Oalr Kehufcle! Take bo vtber.
., J,W . Tse vmcrltt, or end 4a -unpi. Tor panic
" " fierirLSiS7' In letter ky eetarii malL
FOIl SAIJEHCELUABul5.r
AIJ, kinds of elbach IIrMs an I .upnlle.;
cooii mantko 10c each: 3 for lc Condon Ilros .
101ft Market ft
hAKCAlNi - Now and lecondhand clothine.
imple hits and shoe. wholes-ilo prices to
touutrs niirchanti .- Hordon SORJlorEanst
Ill'TCHEIfS or hotel Ice box, Ssll. row! con
dition cheip iwi utan
CASH KKl'ters Douirr.t eou Ri.o w"'s,
dnis ijun. lo .Mimi g- m"IU1-" " -"
(X)L h the Iot I l"c i bu . t-usket coal,
wo.j.1 C Lng lin cv Af
IKi:M linok rorti 1I future buliiea. loe,
nmrrlige tc s nt j our aildreaa for JOc
vend Kellable Iloik Co. 1104 Market L
PI L1-UHK&, ''"it. thest 34. bargain 1$"?3
nlift nil ae
iii. r Miur sm." nil iicu wmie j" ...
. .. 1 .! I .. -.,.A ai n lmr A morlr in
Iie Ue. airing Co 23r; Market Kin A SOj.
HOW to Gt Itkh 7rt mone-nnking ieirett
nl uur addic for "A in c stamps bend
ltnl.la II.x-L l Kl l.Otlf!
seni uur aciie' ior in i
llellable Mofk Co. Ft LOllN
NO .iffiof I eomrlere nlthou the Antiseptic
oepIng Uith Cill for articular: Max Ilreun
Inger, fiI5 Mermod Jaecard building
l)Z Hall . -onibinulion -ife scHl a new,
2l2Z chenp 13) S l.ro.rtvwiv
uM-i 'Kht foot and one t-n fot wall it..
aln uribrilla ci-v 1i1j Ollvt t
RD1NT HOME toes. round and squart;
5liRlith ued. cm1 s new at ont-luif the
regular iince i'"i, j-aritet ..
HPE-Cooil etonlhanl "Jfe D..3 N Itroad
wav.
hFE us IT jov wnnt -iore and otfir- fltures
rtore fronts, trn minufncturw a ijt'in vou
wnnt: e ill loliblne In all lta brancm The
Ilrown Co. 146 N Sixth a L
T LOl IS lltl'Mv CO. a. 12 rrjnklin
Trunk" Jl tin -ult .ase, etc. ,0c up ri air
Ins, work called for anl delivered free
nTOUE tilur. thn-e 'how tsi. tun ilks
anl ntlier flturs. thtap IJ"U I'ine "t , tall
Tiit.,iav
STO E rejiairs for anj old stove l'or
Fhaw." Ill N Twelfih i Klnloch C 37
TENTS and tarpaulin for ale or rent. t
LouI Heltlrc Cup Co fOT S Fourth
TlTRKi; riftle wheel
IIS s Twelfth
TWO I)ItEU Natlonil canlt reRl-ter 2743
Fnnklln ave
STORE FIXTURES.
nnunciurers m iiiih-i cast'n whu nis,
clKar "-tore fixtures druc toje ilxture lunch
rcJin future", refrigerator, etc : largt-st t-totk
In Vvt T i itIe
in st Ij uls
FRED BENDER,
1413 1421 Oll'.e st.
SAFES
We have the best
see nreproof safes In
trie world lhU Is a
broad statement, but
the I icts wilt bear us
out Come In And ba
crnv Ircea
Estimate made nn nil kind of bank
work We do the largest buslr
tecen.'Mnd afes at half price
largest buslress In the West.
JOHN BAUMANN SAFE GO.
413 Washington Ave.
Radiators for Sale.
All kinds of railatois tted and guaran
tee! St Louis Le'lltif and Supply CO.. 503 fl
Fourth st.
COLUMBIA BISCUIT CO.
ihnte;
ARTIFICIAL ICE
FOR SALE.
$1.50 Per Ton.
COLUMBIA BISCUIT CO.,
I4th and Papin St.
sTOIMUG M MOV INC.
MIKRH-N '-tornse ,n1 Moving Co. IV.
Olive -t Parkin' silring. .ill stora?" In sep
anIercuins. botn nlion' II Iini.die
UONI'FD vvarehOL'.. Ilonrv ieh
-toiae and Moving i. Ll;-lb Iranklln ave..
rrone advanced v.hen deelrei Kinltetil i-K
U II Itlltl 1HN.N -torage ami Movlmr i o -Pefiratt
rooms, low rices on reliable moving
an I stornu- 2Sil ( nt hvi i hone I) 1247
aURCMJ Moving and Stoiag- Co -Main if
flee, IX N Third t. bot. telephones, n.uvlng
to and fn'il Lest Sfliul" III
SOUTH fclde fatorage and Moving Co 1101 3 5
Sidney rt Tel sldnev 235 Klnloch C 15.5
LANGAN & TAYLOR'
blOR-OE ND MOVING CO.
New ujrerou-'e. 1V23 Washington ave : BM
private ttorace rooms, moving packinit and
shipnint; Highest price- paid for seondhanJ
Kootlx ICIn C 741, or Main 26C6 and Ret our
rates e ha;e no l.iamhfs
STflRSPP ABSOLLTKLY FIHEI'ItOOK.
lUiiAUk ntvv wareloue Grand and La
clede.fcrsafekeepliiB or furniture pianos trunks
valuable I oxes t :c btnrtlj nrst cla-" moving,
packing. shUpIng. etc. Olt flre Insurance th
lowest Monej advanced Ship jtoof-' our care
Eitiirat-s free Get one rate? Both p'.ones J219
tl Olive R U I eonorl Auction A Sto-oc Co
pi:ronl.
A DETECTIVE tilvjtt- o(e -"rdovtni: and
fcivetlratlnc rftrencei P O Box 7T0, fct. Louis
A Maternltv Home Perfect delusion fcr la
dles durinc ccnnemnt. ai!unt n It iccom-miMation-.
only pknant private rerined re
liable, lncono'-atrd hunt" conlnrtcd bv r"su a
trraduated pjslciant and lnv In ittenince
27 .earn raccessful cpenn.e lowest tern?;
part pay In work Office "01S Olive
Allfc-OLCTE elusion during confinement,
P'tfect atcommolition-. satisfaction or montj
refunded 31r. 1 motor '--inlth W41 Kpiton ave
DR MAi: XUTIITR. 2Zl Uaniicton ave,
receive, duilr conniHtnent treat-, female trou
bles guarantee ieult InfintH adopted Call
IJR DENNIS 2833 V ah nvton Lcens-d P1!-
slclan: treatb all fema'e trouble sunanteei
"lilt, private home for ladls durine confine
rntit perfect mtccv nna -eclJIon; Infant
ndntMlVdl-p in fiub' cnll or wrtte.
GOLDEN eaI I emaie Keciilitni relieves ir
rfcularltlri in thre hcurs il i r but 231
Vashineton ie
l. DIKb-Call on Mr fccliroeder. 2313
IVinklln ave Kinloch C ltJ
LXDII-s Erco Tirro ivnulek ilief Call
for free sample Dr 'az'.uiT. 2302 ah nston
LADIES mv iTRUiamr never falln: omplet
treatment free Mr n. lt-irr. 21"! Fnnklin
M1DHIFE Receives during con ladles In
trouble cill iriMtits adopted 2S48 Ijifav'tte
MR4 ItPIDGL1 office hours to 1 no
nu dlcine j,iO,i Ijiclede nve Klnloch t 1664
W VTED Home for nrptt? hcillhv 1 ilv
bov with respectable jifoi'le free idoptlon Ail
dis io.m 117. N lilEhteenth st
DR. ANNIE NEVLAND.
Private Iieens ! 1 otne fcr ladles before and
dm Iim conflncntcn oidcst and ni3t reliable
Irstltiitlnn In the Mile, established over fortj
jtai-p hbni oinfcrts. motherly care, iifants
adopted lr''g.lnjitles suciegsfullj treatetl,
FMIfacti in suan.!itod. ladks In trouble call
or write 2321A Olive t.
DOCTOR HCGfll.fnT'c.'nrin'en.mfJnf;
bdopted if dlred; ladles In trouble call or
write; terms rea. ; consultation free 2115 Olive.
MKOIUMS CL VIIU 0 A.NTS.
Mil1 Tirx-IOH MON-- K'ves readlnps re
ctrdini; all aiTalr of l'fe. lomteil i rnanentl
in her own home, no letter, irlte Vkj and 51
Hour, from ' n m to 7 p m 22'p) Olive
MEUICW blind lad. spiritual mdinjr
vuur life in full, loven rrtinltid 1JJ5 Itroad
wav
MME E crentritt clnlrvovnnt In the
worll bilngs 'eij.initeti together 133. Franklin
!'LMIST. ETC. NTED IMIml-t. Phrc
noloslst and trance medium HA T, Jtepubllt.
SECHIZT SOCIHTinS.
is4i-vvAN-ssssisSaSslliwaafssi
ROVM. AHCAM1M.
GRAND COUNCIL MlbbOUhl. KOI A I.
Arcanum 319 311 Holland Uulldlng A
cordial wel-otn. to vUilori friends, brethren
and members from abroad
F H RtCON G IV.
Jno C Klllln. -worth Orond Secretary
mOUNI) CITV COUNCIU NO 743.
Itojal Arcanum, meets first and third
Tueslajs of each month nt Howards Hall.
Garrison avenue and Olive street Visiting
brethren fratcrnallv Invited to attend
JOHN H A1IHK.NK RegcnL
John A UnnclSLO. yecretarv. 1301 Lincoln
Trust building
IMJEPCNDENT OHUER OI" FOllKST
CHS. COURT COTD BHILLIANTE. NO. 933,
Independent Order of toreiters Bow
man's Hall Eleventh und Locust St Mcctlnt:
on the kecond and fourth Thursdaj evenlnys ol
vacH moi th
W. K. PENTLAND Chief Banscr.
Residence. No 1S16 Pendleton
W G Wrl-cht, Recordlns Secietary. No 4821
Kennrl ave
KMCIITS OF HONOR.
AV
mOUNT OLIVE LODGE, NO SIS. K. OF
II . meet, every Tuesday at northwest
corner Twent -second and Franklin avenue.
All Knights of Honor are most cordially In
vited to all our meetings
LOUIS B. ALEWEL. Dictator 2002 Wash.
II. W Tramp. Reporter IJ) St. .Louis a.
A. A. O. .V SI. S.
mOOI.AH TEMPLE. A A. O N JI S .tVILL
hold ceremonial session on Toesdaj. No
vember 24 at 7 o'clock p m , at Grand avenue
Masonic Temple. Bring petitions and candi
dates. F. F. 1111 KRENNING.
, , Illustrious Potentate.
John R. Parian, Recorder.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
KMUIlTa OP I'lTlHAS.
ACME LODGE NO. 219. K. OK P-MEfc.l
everv Thursday evening at 8 o'cloek West
ate Hall, northwest corner Grand end Eastoa
avenue. Members requested to attend regular
ly. Visitors cordlallj Invited
, c. w. crton. k. S-,JLMl?-T?oVci5ii.
CXSTLK I1M.L IIOIIEIIT E COWAN
LldRe. . 13i K f . West Hill,
tenturv liuilllni. Mntli and Olive Mrett-
on Monlav Novtmlr I'l lvn at h i m
shari'. lection uf yfilcerh. also smoker
Msitun curdlillv ilivilfd
li A CLARK, i- C
Aiuvt Henry u Lueblx rt K of It. .V t
CUI.UMUIa LODGE. NO I2 K OU P..
meets every Tuesdav evenlnr at 8
oclock. Cmtur bulldlnt.. Ninth and OHM
stitets ea't tnl: lum.laj evening. Novemler
- Lleitl n of fnt era Tor ensuing term Good
time All members leuueted to atierd Visi
tor" vvi lionie i DvhR C C
- - --mi -uv iv. ci 1( it a
D.aiu.v LULitjf.. NO -3 K Or P.. iiucis
"elj Wtdni-dav everlng at Odd l-cllov.
lidtl Nu 3, beveuili lioor Nllth and Ollvu
street" Woik In rink of Knight Mtmbirs of
th' htnate take notlte 1.1-i.tltiu of oIIKers an I
smoker hltori urt cordlalI tnvtud and
uiunhers art xi irled to attend
OIlAi L HOLT .MANN. C C
Attest. II R tieimel. Iv. 01 It t 3 . No 3741
Evans avenue
Fblbitl. l.ltr.Ar LODI.L. NO t Iv Or
P. meets evry Uednisday evenlnc at
h o'clock at llonald s Hall llilrtleth ard
Olive striets un Wedncsdal cvenlni: Novein.
b:r 5. liu"lnes metllng Ilicthn of i-ftlcers.
O A ultYbEll. C. O.
V A llohi rti K of it if
mOUOO LODGL NO 3U0. 1C OF P..
meets evirv Tuesday eveidng it 3
oclock at Anchor II ill. southwest corner of
Jefferson and 1'ark avenues Take Comuton
Iftlghts. Park tr Jefferson uvmiit. -a-s. Mem
ters are eiieclcd and vlbllor. cordUllv incited
to attend U KOXMLYLR -. C.
OHTmib K of R 4 a
VVONROE LODGE NO 341. K. OU P..
II meets evtry luesdaj evening at I
oclock sharp at ilk s Hall, lliouuwav aiM
CWncewa vir,n urk In ranks aiwavs on
hand Mtitois tordlallj invited and membcia
expected to attend .
WILLIAM mi:N-rilACIl C C
Attest: Uronk 1 Herring K. of It i h .
CMA boulh Eighth street
PACIHC LODGE. NO . K OF P..
meets tvvry edn-fcda evening tenth
Iloor Centurv building, Ninth and Olive Etreis
NovomlsM- : Mmiltrs will l lease take not'e
at this mi-tlng will mitir the ann nil rlutton
if nlllnrs II P ANDREW -i, C C
U K Ora. K if H . H
PllLMILU IAJDGE. NO 21J. K. OF P
-Regular in'ttmu every first and .third
Monday evening In the month at hall No Z.
lf' enoWb 1 ulldlng Next inertlnr Mon
da. Deeember T Work In I age rank Mcni
bem are reiiuiwtcd to be pitseiit. isitors aro
voriliallv invlt-i ,
IIENM U MNDAb. C C
J P Wl'te Jr K of R S.
RLD CROat LODGE. Iv.. OF P .. MLET3
at Odd Uelloivs- Hall. Ninth una UiHe
fctleets. ever Wunebda nlglit Visitors al
wajs welcome. November -i electicn of of
iicii min P HLAKh. C
H V Beidlng. K of l: . a
III .iliAMI Ll)l)l,E. NO 21S K Or P.
U will meet Tui3jjj November 21 at Cas
tin Hall at Hroadwav anl Hi-nton .trtet An
nual netlon lllor ate iom1IjI1 invited
J.NO 1" Rk.Nl RO. C C.
r II Sarhlelen K of R i
Zl l.hilA lubOI. NO 1 K. OK P
meets Monda i veiling November 2J, 1.03.
In hull No , tmtli l!-or C-ntiu bull ling, a:
8 i.ilick Work in tank of Page Members
expected and visitors cotuiall Invited to attend
A W UAMDaON. C. C
Attest: O M llrouks K. of R. S.
P-O box 106J.
4.m'ii:m i'iiei: a.d
ALCIJII HI 31 VSONh.
CL1FTOV IIEKIIIT'. I ODGE NO ': A
r. . A. M . will hold a regular com
municate n al 7 30 p. hi. Tucsdis. at eia
Hail Clltion Ilelghl- erk In B A ilegree
All Vastel Masons are fraterntllv lnvitrd to
attend , II MILLER. W. M
T T Rtir--i Ige. "cretarv
GEORGE WA-.1IINOTHV LODGE NO '
U .t A M. will hoi I "peclll com
munication at 1 "W otltKl, uhIdiauji at. ii
norn, November ' at Masonic Temple, Grand
in I Ufniitv ivmiifs for ih piirHiii uf ci n
dinting th ruueial of out Int. vvor-hipful
Iritn.r lolin Gr. "oukIi Iiminl fnn i Wag
on i s tind it iknix. looms 117 oilve strett
I MICHENER. W. M.
Ilinrv Llhou l.eirttarv
mlbbOUHI UililIU NO 1. A 1' iA 31
'-peetot communication on Thursdav.
Nov 6th iThanki-Klying l)av beginning at Id
a m. (orlnthian Hail. Masonit lemple M
M on ten cir inor. Members rcqu'stel anil
visiting brcthrer fratcrnallv Invited to attend
TA". IX)R II WRICK. W. SI.
John II Deems, benetars.
RO-E HILL UWM1E. Nt) WO. .. F JL A
M Mapb and Htmlltnn venu- Calleil
uimuuication this iiemng nt 7 o clock, slated
it s in lock. Wo'k in llrst and e-in I degrees
l-ltlng hithten ctiillullv InvltM
1 1 EItl i PUI.I-MAX. W. it
Hownrd W iton V.rctar
I.MEI'KUi:T OItl)i:il OUU I'EL
IMWt. ANCHOR LODGE. NO H I (1 o F..
meets every .Mondsv evening at bchuette s
na.l. Nlneteentli and W light sticets Work in
it e degrees Isi.ing orotners welcome
P. ONCUEN. N. G . lJlo Dodler.
David Pen ecea
PRIDE OF THE W I.hT LODGE. NO 13S,
L O o r, meis to night at 9 oclock
in the 1 taternal building northwest corner
Llevtnth Mieet anil Iranklln avenue Alt vis
iting broth-rs are moH cordlallj Invito! to al
ien.! Mcml ers are earnestly requested to be
pn-sent R c. bl.NE. N. G
1 rark S Henn. Scretarv
SI LOLl- LUDGE NO C. I. O O P..
meets nt 3nturda at 7 T) o'clock
Iteadlligs bj Mls Lv l 1 Dunning and a mu
sical im-ramm" at 8 oclock Meeting upen
to families and friends of tlio members All
Odd 1 eliows Invited
C. M 1I0T N G
Wallace McCargo. Secretary Pro Tein
W1I.DEY MIIM.li: NO 2. I O O P..
mets Tuesdav evening of each week Ht
Imti No 1. Odd 1 eliows' bull ling corner Ninth
nrd Oilve. at S o'clock. Milting brothers In
vited to attend Woik in second degiee.
G A IIIUU-'. N. G
A J Dalrvmpie, fcccntarj.
-ikiiii: or ii ka nvn.
CENT! UV COURT. NO 1C TRIHE OU
Hen llur, meets th firt and third Tues
days of each montli ut L.ifavette Hill tcven
tc ulli and Casrt avenue All Sons and Daugh
ters of Hur accorilfd a hiattv wrlinmc
CIIAS COI.GRAVB. Chief
Mar McNamara Hrilie. 12.S Ca-s avenue
SIMOMDL- imifll NO Bl. TRIIIE OF
Hen Hur. mt on the :lrl and thinl
'luesdajs of eacli month at phoenix Hall. Jef
ferson and tass .ivtnues isltlng Sons and
Daughters of Hur ilvvajs weleonie
EUGENE IlItUNK. Chief.
W. Rnv Mgler. "irltn. iS Dicks, n street.
ST LOUlb COURT NO 4 TR1UB OF
Pen-Hur. mets every Tuesdav night
at Frank ! Hlilr Post Hall 17(U Market
meet bons and Daughters of Hur from other
courts and out of the city are hereb extended
a cordial invitation to visit llj order of
. MDMA II HORN lTllf
Attest Aiendt KuclpT, bcrlbe, 26d3 Fcolt
avenue
U .Ml. HIM (II COI.I.MIIUH.
DE bMET COUNCIU NO 7C KNIGIITs
of Columbus, meets everj llrst and third
lhurEdnv in the west hall. Centurv buildlPB.
Nlulh and olive sis Msitlng knights are In
vited C P. MO.N'AGHAN. Grand Knight.
M J McGrane Recorder
flf ARlJLl.TTE COUNCIL. NO KK.
im Knights of Columbus, meets every ie
nd and fourth Tueilav In the west hall.
Century 'mnldlng Ninth and Ollv. .Ire-.i
Vltltlsi unlghts cordially Invited.
W L MEE. Grand KnlcbL
F P I eonard Recorder
ST LOUIS COUNCIL. NO 133. MLETS EV
erv flr and third Tuesday at West End
Hall southwest coiner Finney and Vaudevenler
avenues Visiting knightu are cordially iq.
vitcd
FRANCIS R RUNDER. Grand Knight.
Joseph F Lam Recorder.
kmh'i 'intii'i. us.
AMI.OI F A'-CXIiON I I'MM INDRKT,
No li. K T M LmH. Nov 21 1113
ou are hereb) no'.illed to alpenr in full dress
nnifonn WednFiln. November 2." loo-, nt 2
p m , at the asvliim for Hie purpose of arting
as eMsirt to George Washington lge. No 0.
nt th" funernl services then to le held over tie
icmnlnn of our late friter Right Eminent Sir
Joim Greenough itat emlnei t lommindT of
this commam'erv nrel tnt right eminent ciun
mnniier cf the (.rand Ccmmarderv of the St ite
of Missouri Fervlces will !. liel 1 In Corinthian
Hall aftr which the boh will be tnken to
Pittsburg Pa . for Int"rcnt lraters of sister
eommanderles are courteou-iv invltid tee nttend
Courteouslv jours FRANK II HAWKINS.
Eminent Commander.
Wilbur F Pntker. Rcconler
i.m ii-stoi iv m ki;t.
NhIIvo Sniil Moileralc Hoof Cnltle
M.-mlj Sliccp CIo.o Firm.
NATIVE CATTI.E-Heet Steers The receipts
the first dny of this week show a. dolled fall
ing ofT compared with i week ago, and were
but n little over half as larte. There were onlv
about 2,200 hend offered, rgalnst 3.W) this dav
last week, ami 3.600 a month ago The supplv
vvas not out of proportions and under ordinary
circumstances would have proved Aery mod
erate, but as S5C0O head were due at Chlcaro.
buers were verv backward about taking hold
of the buppIv at last week's values, and bids
where received during the morning Indicated a
10c lower basis.
The dav'a basis when established was rather
uneven and while n few sellers quoted medium
to good cattle a trifle off. the elav's business
.enrally from all stand io!nt was tteadj. Govt
HOO-lb steers so'd at S3 20. with a pretty gooel
class at 14 95 Tho bulk of the cattle were Just
of fair to medium killers, selling at J4.10fi4 CO,
rough 1 114 lb Kansas steers bringing tl 23,
while a string of 2,010-11). pretty good 'Westerns
sold at $3 C3. ile.ugh. coarse 1.053-lb. feeder,
seell at w 23, witli few butcher grades as low
as $3 10
HEEF AND BUTCHER STEERS
No w. Pr No. Ar Pr. N'o. Ax. Pr
II ..I4i4.. J5 20 .'I.. .1533 . W 00 I...MI0...J4.75
8 . 13T.7 .. 4 n 28.. TOG .. 4 li 21 ..1231... 4 4",
14 .12tT .. 4 43 7 1172 . 4 33 42.. LOs .. 4 i
41 123S . 4 1. BS...1114 . 4 13 12 .. 81 .. 4.W
II Wk! 123 33 . 1123 .. 1 20 70.. 1410 .. 4 ''1
4J llti . 4 CO 2 10S0 .. 4 30 26 ..1131... 4 3.
l4 llsl . 4 21 10 . 1271 . 4.11 II . 118J .. 4.10
20 117) . 4 10 3 .. SuO . 3 33 II - -9-.- 3 10
KaiiFiis.
5S 131) 4 21
Westerns.
22' 10I. 3 6T ,
Ilutili'r Ciltle-As the supplv dl.l not rule
vcrv heavv In this depirtment the tone of the
tndo and the movement was falrlj active anl
tho bulk of the daj's business was transacted
on a full stead basle. with e(ulte a few plirts
on all Kinds from cannets up snowing strength
At tile Rime time some "Pi ers were of the
opinion that the tride was b irelj Mead with
last week's close, but thin was of slight Im
portance to the gene-ral lnid' Gooel to choice
cows sold at J3 2ofi3 30. me.il jn to go.nl around
J.' dS3 1". cutti ra nt U 33fi2 ew) an 1 canners at
51 V- 25 A decent to pre-ttv go.nl class of
helf. rs aol.l at U .1'iT3 re-l, those nn the medium
order around S2 71i.l 15 Anv thing telow 12 75
was prett common ('lives soli as high as
Frldi. wiiilf no chinge was hid In iu!H
IIEII Pits.
No v Pr No v. Pr No Av Pr
27 7M Jl 1 i'J) J3 73 s. S13 13.73
Jl 171 17 771 If1 s HO . 3 10
i"i 7 1 4) IS !2I 2 II 11 . Sen. . 1 )
2 CI 2 71 r e3 2 In 1 . 420. . I 30
1 71 1 TO 1 ) 1 71 6. . SI6 1 71
25 7H0 1 Id 1 7f0 1 H) I 6S0 .. 1 2.1
1 7.) ID) 1 I0W 2 75 U 511.. 2 J)
2 7S0 2
e'.ivvs mil h Ifcrs.
10. e,j(. 11
y COW-
r 1 111 2 Iol3 111 1 1311 150
4 1110 11". I. !)70. .12. 1 10S.I 3 10
4 1110 131 1 .S7) 12.1 1 .101. IVI
1) .USI.. 2 ') 23 V'6 2 'M 1 . S2) 2 71
1 llH 2 71 14 UU2 2 71 2 I'll).. .2 75
1 O'B 2 71 1 10.0 2 70 f .I0ej) 2 70
1 SWl 2 CI , 2. 1 fll ;w 1 . I'D . 2 0.)
1 1110 3 "0 1 12S0 1 15 1 1270 . 3 33
14 10,3 111 12. .Ml 1 10 1.102.1. 3 00
le. p')1 2 Kl 1.. C23 2.73 2 10W . 2 "
2 low 2 71 1.. VA 2 71 29 110.) .. 2 70
4 1"2 2 70 J. 31) r;, 3 873 2 60
1 1110 .2 6) 2 1040 2 VI
Steers
22 22 .. 2M
HI LI
1 HOD 2 i". 1 1760 2 70 1 . 740 2 4)
1 1120. 2 2.1 1 IIMi 2 21 3 loey. 2 27
4. 1021 2 10 1 1410 .2 71 1 1111. 2 0)
1 llo . 2 4) 1. IV) 2 2. 1 310 2.23
2 1O20 2 23
VEAL "AL IK
I 120 s ) i 170 . c 50 1 . ISO r, no
4 .. 5 10 1 32) 4 is) 2 15 3 V)
l. 121 h in 1 14 1 t 00 1 130 . 6 m
3 13i 3 0.) 2 Pi". 3 )
-OI'THLIIV CXTTLH-W'lth eiuarantlne sup
plv mo.krate and in it of the offerings ut fair
to prettv goehl kln.Ia and the denun 1 ruling
gcod th. trad was active and values ruWi
stea.lv to strong The supplv was 80 enrs, ron
t lining 2,116 head against 110 cars and 3.25.)
he-ad lnt Mondiv and 121 ears and 3662 head
twu weeks dm A few common to me-dtum;
steers broiiKht 12 V'a- 71 with tho bulk of
tteeis filr to dete-nt at 13 10ii3 45. anl i few
bune lies of prittj gool .mes at 13 50ti3 f-1
Gooel gras cows sold at $2 ) anl i ma)orlt
of eommon to filr ones at !2 2.1ft 2 45 Fair
heifers Irought U 31!j2.4) Theie vere but few
Looel calvis on hand which se 1 fullj steil.
I rmmon to nullum killers were dull and 50ir
7ic lowei Lalves showing good ciualitv sold
up l.i $10 0 pe r head
TENAs AND INDIAN" !-TEER
No v Pr N"9- Av Pr No v Pr
.! llfh 1 lu, 1 el". .3 30 44 .1047 3 3)
176 1 's 1 "0 41 . ns i .1 41 41 l"-2 1 it
.30 sil .141 1 .11 l 1X1 32 1041. 1.1)
I.e. . i)i7 . .1 21 21 " 17 . Z 23 27 . 9 1 . .1 21
117 .el SI". 1 'eji ,1 (u 2) . 7JI . 27.
1K2 . '"1 J 13 3" ')1 3 10 23 . Sli. .. 2 75
10 71 S .2 W
HE!! 1.IIS
L0 313 . 2 4) IS 11 . 2.S3
LOWS
21 777 . 2 on 1 .. 7V . 2 ft) 1) .. S0 2 15
H . 7s . 2 3.1 7 . 6S7 2,10 II . M4 .2 1)
1) 1 63 .2 17 2 1,0 2 21 10 . Bo3 . 2.1)
2 Ml 2. -i). 772 .2 60 3) .7.2. 2.15
.7 777 2 31 14 .741 .2 3.1 31 .. 677... 2 3)
13 711 2 23 18 .8)2 2 21 3 .. S2S 2.3
10 672 . 2 10 1 820 . 1.73
MIXED
3 . S3) 2 4) 17 6..I 2 30
HI I.I.'S
12 l)hl .? 2 l(i. 2 r. 4 .1010... 2 10
6 103' 2 10 1 1310 2 A. 1 .1"7". . 2 10
1 " 2 10 1 1110 . 1.73
OU.VK3
Price per head
I'M 10 IS 255 7 71 10 . 1ST 5 73
61 2..2 50 12 IS 6 25
MIFI-.P A good mvd rale supplv of siieep
w is on sale and i few gu.il native sheep and
lambs were included among the arrivals, also
n .1 .able deck of Wtsums There was pric
tleillv ni change le. the trade all .lesrent mut
ton Mock selling readllv and for fullj as much
montv as ihej would have brought anv time
luring the latter part of last week The linlf
fat kinds and ail that were, onlv fair riualttv
soil rather slow anl rrlces were Irregular.
ee,eelall sei on cull lamts The stocker trade
remains quiet anl unchanged
HOG' A good modetnte supl.lv of begs ar
rived there being in the neighborhood of 5.'
on siic nn 1 while thej averaged reasonablj
gocd In ciuallt. a larger ;rope,rtion of pigs am
lights v ere on sale than usual Other Western
markets cpeclillv t Iilcigo, te.oorted good runs,
t hlengo hiving ",2(e".i on sale and reported the
market as opening vers much hewer.
The trade here npne.i n little sjo,v and jrlces
ns a rule t-howed a lo. of 15c from iturday
Some few sales possiblj were net nmre than 10c
lower, while others were yir lower All hujen
wero bearish in 1 worked hard to break prices
as much as posi-l! le The best butcher hfgs.
howevei, showed the least decline Nearlv ev
erj thing !,! at II 31 and SI 40 The late mar
ket w i a ehade lower than the opening, but
tin cbaranto was eiulte good
Lights weighing in) to IIS lbs sold at SI 25Jf
4 HI light". LO to m lbs at SI 2olJ4 I2's. me
dium weights SI Bil So. and gcxsl heavies at
S1J5&4.V) The lulk of the good medium and
heavv higs s dd at SI l!(4.. against S4 57'5'eT
4 671.. Saturdiv
HORSE lhe oennir tone of the horse mar
ket is not nnv nore satlsfactorv than lat
week. In fact. It Is weaker The trade started
out again with a. lower tone Receipts were
moderate, ami the .,iuit; mixed averaging
aliout is good as usual llujers seemeel to be
plentiful enough, but for some reason there was
no life to the demand Sales were made .lowlv
and the general backwardness soon established
a decline of ulnot JV&7 60 jer head, making the
decline In the last two weeks nbout S3S10 tier
hi a 1 The Southern elemand was slow and the
Eastern business wois no more llvelv than it
has been rccentlv
Hore. eiuctatlons.
Heavv draft, commcn to gocsl
Heavy elraft. choice to extra
Chunks, fair to good . .
Chunks choice to extra ..
I arm chunks
Southern he rses plain to go-nl .
Southern hores. choice to extra..
Southern drivers . . ..
Harness horses
.. SK-lli'
. . 173.12)0
... 9)121
. IWiItO
... 7VS 1)
. . 50? 81
. 1M12-.
125 o 130
... lliaill
Ml LES Receipts In the mule department
were comparatlvelv light and th business was
so slow during the earlv hours eif the market
rather transactions so few during that p-rlo.1
that no eiellnlte line could be gntton on the
tr le There eemel to I no material , han-e
In the market and conditions were apparentlv
l.lentlcnl vvltli last week The- feeling at peareel
to be stea.lv on g.sel fat mules but the out
look, according to sellers was that common, thin
and rough mules would sell about as .lull a
thtv have been doing of late Some vers choice
consignments were reported but the bulk of
the arrivals ran to cotton mules The volume
of the oiienlng demand from the South will de
termine the condition of the m irket. as upon
the cotton mule traelo the market depends al
most entlrelv at prc"ent.
Mule nJOtalfuns:
11 hands, extreme range .. .
14 hnni bulk of sales ... .
ll't lisiids, extreme range? ..
14V, h inds bulk of siles ...
II hands extreme range ..
15 hands hulk of sales .. .
IV? hands extreme range ..
I!1 hands bulk of sales
16'2 hands extreme range
16'a hands t,ulk of sales
J CI OOfiloO 0
.. 71 OOfT 91 0)
. 71 oonir. no
.. s.oofinooo
. 'iofin-..oo
. ioo noftii5 ai
HI QOblfOM
120 oo'f 110 (10
. 133'fi200 n.)
. 140 00(1165 00
Il TrlrKrriili.
Kansj. Its.-. Mo. Nov 2.1 -Cattle-Receipts
11 tHX). Including 500 Southern market stea lv to
lie lower exi-ort and dressed 1 eef steers SI 20
"Err. 10 rnlr to good S3 71Si4 10. Western fed
steers S.IU4 stockers and feeders strong $2.25
(SI. Southern steers stead). $2'83. Southern
lows strong. SI 60ff! 90. native cows strong, $1 V)
013 75, native heifers stronir. $2 404 bulls
strong $1 slffl 25. calves steads. $2.30a Hobs
Receipts IW market 13c lower top $1 52"s
bulk of sales $4 10S4 41 heav) $4 2..tt4 33 Park
ers $4 104 40 pigs and light SI 23l 52c, theen
Res-elpls 7( market IplOc higher, native
lambs si Selis 2T. Western limbs $4 25113 fed
evves S3 2oil3 30. stockers and feeders $2 2ott
St Joseph Mo. Nov. 23 -Cattle-Receipts
3 3KI mostly 10e' lower natives S3 50tr5 25- cows
and heifers $1 .Hrtl4 10 stockere and feeders
St 11 Hugs-Receipts 3 787. 10S?20c lower, light
JI 2004 "O: medium and heavj $1 2004 35 Sheep
Receipts none
Chicago. Nov 23 Cattle Receipts 3.10V) In
cluding 1.500 W'est.rn good to prime steers
$" 10W5 60. poor to medium S3 V.?4 V). stockers
anl feeders $2ii4 10. cows $1 25TI4 heifers $2W
4 W canners $1 25'ii2.60 bulls $1734 25. calves
2'2.75. Texas.fed steers S2 Will 1.) Western Wn
4 U Hogs Receipts tp-day 5.. OM. to morrow
3O000 I'c to 2oc lower: mixed and ! tehers
$1 3)'o4 Vt. g.si.1 tr. choice heavv S4 loi V);
rough heavv $1 10i4 25. Ilnht S4 l".fi4 40. bulk
of sales J4 20ill "V. Sheep Receipts 20 0u0 she.-p
and lambs steady to strong, good to e hotee
wethers S1.C5H4 33 fair to choice mixed $2-73tf
.1 61 Western shep S2.73ii4. native lamls S3.50
tit' 70 Western lambs S3 WrtA 71
New lork Nov. 23 Reeves Receipts 4 S29
litii.l. medium to choice steora 10a 13c Iowr.
common grades steads: bulls and cows sleadv.
steers Jlfil.t) 1 car nt S3 3". oxen Jlfil 2-).
bulls S2.251I4. oxen Kill 30 caliles steads Ex
ports tomorrow- inj) cattle. 1610 sheep anl
4 cll quarters of bef Calves Receipts 1 CSS
head, veals steads, grassers (tends to lower,
veals $f V)1i9. culls $. grassers and fed calves
$2 Vliil. V) Westerns S3 10. cltv dressed veals
9'o13V.C per lb oountrv-elressM I'.Lc. Seep
and Lambs Receipts 19 0) head, sheep rather
slow, lambs steads, rinsing slow anl lower for
heavv weights; sheen S2 'i)T22.S3- few exr li
4 15 culls fj. lambs S3r 13. 1 car at $6 2.1 gen
eral sales ai 3'e)OTi cuus j.'in j, no Canada
Iambs Hogs Receipts 13 203: market lower at
J4 S)BI 90. choice light. S3
St. lentil Cotton MnrUel.
spot market steads . sales 230 bales.
Ordinars )i.
Good ordinarj 10
Iw middling 101;
Mlddlirg 11
Good middling II'.'
Middling fair US
Tlnircs and stained 'J'j'sc below white
Galveston Spot market quiet, middling
10 13-16c
New O'leans Spot market quiet; middlings
10ic Sales. 43 bales
Memphis srot market quiet; middlings
10"4c.
Receipts at principal points:
Galveston. 16 CO) bales
New Orleans 16 m bales.
Mobile 3 500 bales
Savannah. 7 96 bales
Charleston. 977 bales
Norfolk. 3 777 bale".
Houston. 27 320 bales.
Memphis 6SI2 bales
Net recslpts at all United States ports lor
three dajs were 125.981 bales, against 141. 61e
bales a weslc ago and 91 602 bales
a year ago. Exports, 123,571! bales.
Stocks. S36.160
Daies. against 'J30'J2 oaies.
SL Ie.uls vvareucuse statement:
1902.
11.715
8W
24.391
e"
13 01.
23 071
4 91S
212.164
4 71s
201,312
Stocks on hand Sept. 1.. ..
Net receipts
Net recelnts since. Sent. 1..
1.26.1
I.Vi
12.4IS
Net shipments 100
Net shipments since Sept. 1 4 642
Stocks on hand 1)041
Gross receipts 999
Gross receipts since Sept 1 .... 5.117b
Gross shipments 49")
Gross recelnts since Sept 1. 47.1f"J
ll TesIricrRiili.
New York. Nov 23 Spot cotton closed
steadv. middling uplunds nine- middling Gulf
11 1..C sales 9 100 bales. Futures closed steaely.
Nov 10 'lie Dec. 10 99C. Juf. II tSc. Feb 1107c.
March II I5c. April 11 14c Mnv II 12c. June
11 14c The market ojeneel firm at an advance
of 95rtl mints on lietter rabies than expected.
a bullish crop estimate bj local house and pros
pects for ruber lighter receltts for the das
After a little further tlrmnees the market oe
came less active and the estimate for to-morrow's
receipts at Houston retire-ting very large
movement the general ruling became ruther
easier There was ihiuidatijn and soon the ad
vance had been cut down to a matter of 6iH
points In active months Then came a partial
rfccoverv In renewal of covering bv room shorts,
but the weather of a favorable-average and the
estimates for to-morrow's receipts at New Or
leans anl Galveston also heavj. the market
soon lgati to sag on While more or less Ir
regular It ruled rather weak during the bal
ance of the session The close was at n very
slight recoverv. the range being net 1Q5 points
higher, with the tone quiet and steadv" Sales
were estimated at 250uo) Mies Trading was
not so active as the recent average and there
still seems to be a disposition among outh
classes of traders to await the bureau report
before' operating
Nw Vrk Nov 22 Cotton steads : sales
G4io ordlnirv Vc goesl ordinars 9 7-lbe. low
mlllllng 17 Ks mldlllng 10 13 I6c good mid
dling He mldlllng fair 11V-C Receipts 15D41;
stock 246.716 I"utures steads Nov 10 94c Md.
Doc lC.9l'I0 95c Ian II 03ll (1c. Feb 11 liir
1113c. Minh ll'Joftll 21c. April II .Td II "9c.
Mas II 34rt 11 35c. Juno 113SH1140C. July 1142
4(11 43c
Liverpool. Nov 23 Cotton Spot, moderate
bu-tne" done, prices 8 points higher. American
middling fair 6 34d. good middling 8.16.1. mld
elling 6 OS I. low middling 6 02.1, good ordlnary
.1 92d. ordlnarv 5.72d The sales of the da were
6(i lalee, of which C) were for speculation
and export and Included 5 e00 American: reoeipts
27 0iei iia'es Including ".6 800 American Futures
openesl steads an 1 closed quiet and steadv ,
American middling, g o c Nov 3 56133 l.d.
Dee 5 'ij3 91.1, le-c -Jan 5 87"ie" SW. Jan -Feb
3 'iel. Feb March 5 S3f3 86.1. March-April 183
5 'vi. Aprll-Mav 3S5K5I61 Ma-Iune 5'il;
June-Julj 5 515 611. Jul)'-Aug 5 -MI- S4d.
Flnxneed.
REPUHI.IC STECIAL
Chicago II! . Nov 23. Flaxseed was dull:
Mas was 95e- bid anl I)ec f-ie bid No 1 North
western was e6c lil and No 1 99c bl 1 Re
ceipts wen 14 cars here, I!l at Minneapolis and
1() at Duluth
I'etriilenm.
OI! Cits Pa Nov 23 Credit balances SI S2;
rertlllcatei) $1 90 Hd. no sales shipments 159.
841. averag. 7.6H, runs 124 025. average 70
O") STilpment-IJma 1)1. 201. average 67,290.
Run" Lima P'7.2lt average 54 39S
Tarientine and Ito.ln.
Savannah Gi. Nov 23 Turpentine firm at
C6c Rosin (inn V. II C. D. K $2.05 T $2.11; G
$2 21. II $2 3.1- I $2 60. K $2 "0. M S2.90. N"
$3 p. W G 3 25 W W $.1 J
Elicin Hnttrr Market.
Elgin III . Nov 23 Rutter advancM 2c a
II. on the R nird rt Tra le to-daj selling at 24c.
-ales in die ellstrtct for the week were 549.300
Ib
RIVER NEWS.
RI.c and Fall or the River.
For 24 hours enllngat'a m:
Mondas November 23. Y'iS.
Stations Danger uauge Chani:
IMttsburg 22 0 4S -0 3
I'as-li-iit-siil.tirtr "'I 0 S '
Cincinnati V.') II ' J
Iiulsvlll.) 2S 1 J "
Naslivllle l)o eS )!
Chattanooga 33 - "
Florence 1 rt 2' :1l
lohnsonville SI 2 ' 2
Evansvlll- H " J'' '-
St Paul II 9 "
Dubuque I" '"
Davenport ? " J ; -.
Keokuk 10 4 2 - .
Grafton 23 " J-
Omaha W ' - . --
Kansas Ciltv 210 t. . -0
Hoonville 20 0 .1 -') .
Hermann 21 ; J - 1
-t liuls )il) 9 1 -I) 2
.hene'r. ..::.::.. - i;? -s
Pajr-j li i 31 -
Memphis- "3 0 6 1 "OS
I Ittle Rock 3 0 4 4 -0 1
Mcksburg iil '"J -
Shreveport -P ' "J
New Orleans lh 0 4 - ....
-'." -rail EDWAUD now-E.
Locil Forecast Official.
River Forecast.
The rivers in the St. Louis dl'trlct will con
tinue to fall.
River and limine...
Harbor gauges jesterday marked 3 3, Indi
cating a fall of 2 of a foot in 24 hours
Business along th Levee jesterday wa-i good.
Weather fair.
lo-D.T'1 Wenther.
Fair and colder.
Arrlted.
Cape Girardeau.,
Chester
Commerce.
..Cape Girardeau
Departed.
Cape Girardeau Commerco
Ilepnrtnre. Tn-Day.
Rees Ie Memphis
ejheste- Cape Girardeau
City of Memphis Tenne'see- River
River Illnllo Drevltle..
Freight Is being received for the Rees Lee.
which will depart for Memphis this afternoon
at el o clock. '
The I nited "tale, lighthouse steamer IJly
will del art to-dav for Paducah. Kj. she will
regulate lights as far as Cairo.
Geoige Pennojer. chief clerk of the Sidney,
deported last night for his home at Qulnc).
HI where he will spend the winter.
The steamer Vivian arrived from tho upper
river last night en route to the Ohio River She
will be taken out bj Captain Charles Sloan.
-Captain George Taslor of Mound Cltv. 111.
who was formerls connected ,"T"h tho United
states snagboat, 19 serlousl 111 at St. Luke s
.Hospital
-Captain Edward Carroll, a well-known St.
Louis rlvtrman has taken charge of the Mex
ican Gulf Hotel and cottages at Pass Chris
tian. Miss
The Chester arrived -.estcrday afternoon
frcm cape Girardeau with a good trip of up
stream freight. She will deiart on th return
this afternoon.
-The tnwhoat S II. II Clarke, which de
parted Sundav for Cain, with a tow o "P.
sunk one of the barges li'ar Clie-ter by strik
ing a stone barge
-The Cape Girardeau arrived je.terday from
commerce and will depart on the .return this
afternoon. Owing to heavy was business she
wat several hours late.
-Reports of the channel were rrc'.;.ed yes
terdav at the rooms of Harbor No. IS. rrom
the pilots cf the steamer. Stacker lye. Dol
phin md Cits of sav.inrah
The Cltv of Memphis will depart for the
Tenner-see Itlvei this nftemo n at .. oclock.
unking the first trio In several months. Cap
tain Hob McCos will have command.
The towboat Jacob Rltchman. which was
old last Frldnv at the Courthou-was bought
bv Colrnol John Hogan of I-a Crosse. Wis.
who held mortgigc on the propert. It 1
sail thit afler the sale Colonel Hogan tumel
the boat over to Caitnln Rltchman free of all
Incun brances
The suit In.tiiuted agoint the Kigle Pack
ing Companj bs Harbor -pmmls.loner W hjte.
to force pasment for additional wharfage for
service during the !!'id , when the steamer
Spread Eagle made two trips a das instead of
one will Is calld in Judge Moore s court
this' morning Tie company won the case at a
former trial but the Commissioner called for
another hearing.
Captain lohn Greenough. who died sudden
ly Sundas mcrning was well-known In St.
Iouls river circles, hnvlng at one time teen
chief clerk and master of several steamers
of the old Atlantic and Mississippi Compans
His last position on the river was as clerk of
the steamer spread Eagle where lie remained
until he accented an appointment a-i assistant
treasurer of St. Louis
Manv rlvermen attended the funeral sen
Ices of Captain John R. Evelsn, formerls sec
retao of Harlior No 2S. at the Memorial
Home jesterday. The burial was at the o-me-ters
at the home. Among the steamboatnien
S resent were: Cartaln P. S. Drown. Captain
obn Gilliam. Captain Austin Owen. Captain
William Fitzgerald. Captain It J. Whlt'edge.
Captain tames Smith Captain Gus Shlnkle
and Colorel Hunter Hen Jenkins.
H.v Telef-rapti.
REPUHLIC SPECIALS.
Evansv.Mc. Ind , Nov. 23. River risin;; J.9.
Clear: warmer.
Crescent in and out. Marj Hill departed for
St I.out3 nt noon
Cincinnati, O. Nov. 23. River rising; 16 2
feet. Clear; warm.
Pittsburg Pa. Nov- 23 River 6S feet; sta
tionary, cloudy; cold.
Warsaw, III , Nov. "3.-Gauge reads S 2 feet,
a fall of .2 In 21 hours. Clear and cold. Silver
Louisville. Ky. Nov. "3. River rl-lng: 3 8 In
canal: 1.6 on falls, 5 S below lochs Cloudy;
pleasant.
Chester. Ill Nov. 2.1 Gauge reads 2 feet
and falling. Wtather fair and cool. The Cape
Girardeau passed up at 11 p. m. Chester at
6am
Mcksburg. Miss. Nov. 23. Warmer, v en
smoky and foggj'. Pellc cf the Bends left for
Greenville at 4 p m local packets In and out
on time Natchez due from New Orleans
America duo down for New Orleans
Grand Tower. III. Nov. 23 -S H. H. CTaxke
down late last ni.ht Chester up at 11:30
o'clock last night. Little Rufus -down at 7 .
m F. Weyerhouer down at 1 a. in. II. O,
Wright up nt 3 r m The gaugo reads ll.
feet and falling Weather cTrndj-and co-Offr.
Burlington. la . Nov. 23.-The river Is TTfect
2 Inches above low-water mark, a fall cf 2W
inches Weather clear and wanner. Th. local
river business Is xery lt"I-
Calro III.. Nov. 21 Gauge reads 11.5 feet,
standing stationary for the hut 24 hours
Weather cloudy and warmer. The Joe Fowler
was In and out on time. The Little Rufus ar
rived from St. Louis al ! p. ra. and departed
for the Lower Mississippi at 1 v. m. The Car
rie V. arrived rrom below at 339 9. to, Cap
against 74 sB4 bales n. vear
tain Sam Coflln. general Inspectoor of under
writers Insurance, velth headquarters at Cin
cinnati, was In the city to-da on business.
He departed for Mound City at 11:42 a. m . to
look over the big exmrslon steamer Corwln H.
Spencer, on the waj9
Paducah. Kj.. Nov. 23 The gauge rends 6 1.
Weather clear and cool Joe- Feiwler to Calr .
on time. Huttorff to Clarksvllle. G p m
Charleston to Tennessee River 6 l m. Iea!
packets In and out on time. Husiness quiet
Memphis Tenn . Nov. 23. The river stands
10 t. a fall of .5 In 4S hours. There was heavj'
smoke and fog on the river all daj The.
Stacker Lee arrived at noon from t Iiuis
with 4 328 packages merchanellse for thie rlice.
and returns at 1 p m the Kate Ml tins de
parted at 6 p m. for Arkansas Citj Tho
Jas. I.ee departed at .1 p. m for Friar's Point
Th-i Robert K l-ee deiwrted at 3 p. ni for
Ashport. Captain James Rees has returned
from a trip to Pltp-burg Receipts l.v river
to-day were 1. 41s bales cf cotton 73 bags eed
cotton. 2,7 is sacks of cotp-n seed
YOUTH SLAIN
BY COMPANION.
Felix Colt-man. 8 Yeais Old, .Shot
by Und mmf-ll. 11. Xc-ir
(Joliiinbiii, Mo.
P.EPURL1C SPLCIAL.
Columbia, -Mo . Nov "S rell-c Ceileman.
8 ear3 oM, who Iiveil near Hock Itriilce.
eiuht miles south of Columbia. elied to
day ftom a -tunshot wound Inflicted bv
Hud Hon ell, 11 jears; old.
The Hon ell and Coleman bojs and two
other children nere In a house liv them-FtUe-i
plaln-j Saturdav- night nhen tho
ihootln.,- occurred. Hon ell na the olilc-tt
of the four, and .is the other three nero
the only vUtneisea. It was difficult to se
cure an accurate account of the .tffalr.
u.Ju .'enera,lly "nder-tood that the.
nmi nl iJOy .,0.0,5.-1 -,1"fu from the nick
Aftertnr,0ln., Wl,J,k at -hp -oleman bov.
to nin anaf C "h0t "e ma',e no ","I'-i,iietMJuiT-
-f5' ll"'-'ered in frre-it pain
TmiJ- .hPrnl?- Tho '"-" r held a"
i.eqr tD .lhir "' and r. tnrne.1 a.
jerillct that the boy came to hN .leath
from a -runshot wound inflicteel at tlio
hands of Hud Hon oil.
An attempt nill lie made to send th
boy to a reform school. Several las ago
InoJ 3- ' cnt to a neighbor's
crow ,d of children, but nlthout hlttinc anv
REBEL SHELLS DESTROY
MINISTER POWELL'S HOUSE.
Dominican President Trie In "lain
lo .Make Term. AVIth the Rebel.
llesle-rln-r the- Capital.
San Domingo, Santo Dominjro, Sunday.
Now 22. United States Minister
Pon ell's residence has been destrojed by
shells from the rebel forces now besieging;
the city. ,
President Wos y Gil, in his efforts to
bring about a peaceful arrangement "-.itlx
the insurgent forces, to-day commiMione-l
United States Minister Powell, tho Belgian
Minister, the Minister to Hatl and the
Spanish (Jonsul to -llt the insurgent
camp. Consequently, an armistice nas
agreed upon, to etpire at noon, and th
Peace Commission consulted nith the in
surgent leaders
The latter. honeer. refused to enter
tain the peace proposals and demanded-tha
surrender of the city, but thev prolongeil
the armistice until 6 o'clock this evening,
after which hour the bombardment of San
Domingo uill be resumed and will bo on
tlnued until tbe capital fall".
The Italian third-class cruiser I.l-ruria.
and the Dutch armored cruiser Dcruiter
have arrived here.
The Dominican warship Presldente went
to Azua de Compostela. about sixty miles
frcm here. Ian night.
The sanitary condition of San Domingo
is good, but the poor are sufTerln-e front
-ant of food. The prices of provisions are
ery high.
ARMOUR TO BE A WITNESS
IN BANKRUPTCY HEARING.
Extensive Private Interest, of Junes '
5. Watson Disclosed Ills Llahll-
ltles Are 91,293,'Hm.
Chicago, Xov. 23. Extcnsh e private in
terests of James P. Watson, former presi
dent of tho Porter Bros. Ccmpariy, were
re, ealed before Bankruptcy Uoferco Wean
to-day.
It was shown that the witness was inter
ested as stockholder. In half a dozen or
more large corporations, as well as tho
owner of much re.il estate, now heailly
mortgaged
The private schedules of Mr. Watson
showed his debts to be SLSSffs'.
Mr. Watson's revelations regarding the
large rebates received by him from tho
Fruit Growers' Express Company, amount
ing, it Is said, to at least l.Sfl0.OO. has led
Attomejs Bach and C. W. Greenfield to
search for other evidence on this matter.
For the purpose of getting more eletall".
they have subpoenaed J. Ocden Armour
and George S. Robbitus to appear before
Referee vean, November 3D. Mr. Armour,
It is said, is the principal backer of tre
Fruit Growers' Express Company, while!
Mr. ICobbins is its manager.
Nominations Sent la Senate.
Washington, Nov. 23. The President to
day sent to the Sonata the following nom
inations: Pension Agent Jessie B. Fuller, at San Fran
cisco. Postmasters- Illinois Wm. W. Colt, Rush
vllle: Enoch H. Muenle. Venice.
Icwa Frank R. Hlbblts, Hopkinton.
Indian Terrlton I-ouls 31. Merrltt. Rolf.
STEAMBOATS.
----iis-Vli-4-sai-s)---ss--s---
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Steamer Bald Kapl will mat-..- her Imt trip
to Peoria ednelay. .Notemt-vr C". at 4 p. m.
UPPER MISSISSIPPI.
s)-B"sHeS.-eSe-re1-teS-sa--SeSllS
ILLINOI-J RIVER.
STEAMER BALD EAGLE.'
For Peoria and waj- landings, Wedne-?dar.
November 25. 4 p. m.. from wharfboat, foot or
Vlnestreet II. W. LEIIIE. Agent.
Phones: Main 233: Klnloch 12044".
LOWER MISSISSIPPI.
Eagle Packet Co.
STR. CAPE GIRARDEAU.
For Cap Girardeau. Commerce and lnterm--dfate
points every Monday anl Friday, C p ra.
H. LBV HE. Agent.
Phcnes: Main 233 Klnloch 1204C.
St. Lojis, Chester, Gape Girardeau Line.
STR. CHESTER
Leave. Tuesday Thursday and baturday .t 4
p. rr from wharfb t. foot of Locust st.. for
vTape Clr.rdeat. nd Intermedial, landings.
JNO B MAsrfENGALU Agent.
Phone. Main 1-19 IJ lot Main 4SA and A ill
ST. LOUIS AND TENNESSEE RIVER
PACKET CO.
Steamer City of Memphis
Will leave wharfboat. foot of Pine street. .
TUESDAY. NOV. 24. 3 P. JI .
For Ste Genevieve. Chester. Wittenberg. Cap.
Girardeau. Commerce. Cairo. Metropolis, pa
ducah and all points on the Tennessee River,
through to Waterloo Ala. Phone 45A nmt-A 112.
JNO. E. MASSENOALE. Agent.
LEE LINE STEAMEHS.
To Memphis 8S?DwAWi
For Chester. Grand Tower. Cape Girardeau.
Cairo. Memphis. Helena. Triar's Point. Green
ville, Vicksburg and all way landings: also land
ings on Arkansas River. Including Pine Bluff.
REES LEE Tuesdav. Nor. 21 S P m.
PETEPS LEE. Fridaj. Nov. 27. 5 p. rn.
STACKER LEE, Tuesday. Dec- I. 5 p. m.
From wharfboat. foot of Olive bz.
Phone-- Main 10CCA Klnloch A TIS.
W. E. Alblts- Com Agt. D M. Connors. Gen-Agt.
Eagle Packet Co.
STR. CAPE GIRARDEAU. '
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