OCR Interpretation


The St. Louis Republic. [volume] (St. Louis, Mo.) 1888-1919, June 24, 1904, Part II, Image 15

Image and text provided by State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84020274/1904-06-24/ed-1/seq-15/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

SSSwESJvJSSx?' " v
-. -y -f
-TgWv-t--"--3'W- jqt"frr-r
- -(-lWov.5- -.
f -'-
-v--'-' T-s-vr
r
THE ST. LOUIS EEPTJBLIC: PEIDVAY. JTOE 24, 1904.
f
MONEY "WASTED.
ttWOOO oa jitralv1J)ae st. corner; worth $140
f at 4 per cent . ', , ?
f 40.WO on- Rlghth, st, comer: value 1110,000: at
lis pw cent.
jaWOO on county acreage property at E 1-5 per
cent.
317,500 on ceatral manufacturing property;
arorth WOW);, at per cent.
ALBERT T. TERRY & CO.. CI Chestnut.
aioNinr to loah.
, 'VLrLrOn ileiil Estate.
MONET to loan on real estate br urns to
Halt.- Adahl Weber. 2711 Franltllny
On Personal Property
H. MILLER, pa-s-nbrokrr'of C03 Walnut at.,
has removed to 2330 Olive st.
LOANS ne-totlated on furnltur. piano or
any personal property at 3 p-r cert per annum;
confidential. Notary rubllc. 0J Cr-ctnut at.
MONHX loaned alarled peotjlo wltliom "
curlty. D L-inzct. 309 Btnol't bide. 9th & Pin.
MONElf toJoa-ron furniture, pianos. hors.
wagons, etc; per rent per year. Price, Mels
& Co.. 614-15-ls Mermod-Jaccard building.
INVESTIGATE THIS
WHEN YOU WANT MONEY.
We make loans on furniture WITHOUT RTI-MOVAI-
We make no Inquiries of your friends
or employer. We give- you the full nmount In
CASH, net cheeks. We arrange payments to
suit your CONVRNIENCE anil ARIUTT. Wo
do not nnCORD leans. Wa RECEIPT fr
very payment made. We pay of: any OTHER
LOAN or a balance on furniture and UiVE
MORE MOTHY Tv KXTTIND payment In
case of SirjofnsSf We make As IjOW rate
OS the LOWEST. We irrant J-ItJERAL DIS
COUNTS for time money is not used. This ts
our business In a nutshell. SEE US- before get
ting a Han elsewhere And be convinced that we
are THE PEOPLE. Telephone for us to call.
THE HOUSEHOLD 11 VN CO.,
Kin. 3511. "Room Ml. FtlLLERTON BLOC.
BU Main 414S SEVT.TH AND PINBST3.
RflOMEY TO LOAN
5N FURNITURES PIANOS. HORSES.
. DJF KOT PAIL TO CALL and ret our rates
fcefere retting loan elsewhere: our system glv's
LONO TIMH and SMALL PAYMENTS, with
REBATE when paid before due. so you only
fay for such time as von hate had loan. We
give PASS ROOK, where all Payment; are en
tered. We do not require piymentswnllehlCK
OR OUT OF WORK; NO PUBLICITY; NO IN
CONVENIENCE: NO INQUIRY: papers can be
signed at house and you can ret money same
dsr you apply. We make a. specialty of. paying
off any loan or claim against goods and flv
(nar more money. If you cannot call. AVRITB
A TELEPHONE us and we will send agent
W " exptali our SYSTEM. TELEPHONE IUJJ
LOC1I B 434. or BELL MAIN 2S33.
Room N
JJroadwa'
7C. 410 Commonwealth Trust building.
war and Olive St. Entrance, 421 Olive at.
BIO HEY 1 t
HONEY! . MOSEY!
MONEY !
Vt to 1500 loaned on furniture; pianos, horses,
aragons, without removal, at the very cheapest
"tLSS WEEKLY PAYS A J5 LOAN.
l.OO WEEKLY PAYS A 350.00 LOAN.
MX) WEEKLY PAYS A tS.OO LOAN,
,40c WEEKLY PAYS fk 118.00 LOAN.
Paymenta can be made month'y if deelred:
ixtenslona granted In caa of sickness or out of
work.. If you want money, save money by bor-
tm'MERICAN LOAN ASSOCIATION,
CS century bldrs Olre and Ninth trts.
Before You Borrow
MOHEY OH FURNITURE
ret OUR RATES' AND NEW PLAN on which
you CAN TtEPAY LOAN ACCORDING to
YOUR INCOME: Paymenta extended IN CASE
OF SICKNESS OR OTHER MISFORTUNE.
We "pay off any loan or balance on furniture
and ADVANCE MORE MONEY aame day you
apply. NO INQUIRY. NO PUBLICITY. Call,
write or telephone Sell. Main S9SM. or Klnloch
hi.
NBVT YORK FINANCE CO..
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG., 1 OLIVE ST..
oppoaUo Post Offlca,
Loans at Par Gent.
WB make LOANS ON FURNITURE. PI
ANOS, ETC. without removal: NO PUBLIC
ITY. See us before getting a LOAN else
where: will aave you money; CHEAPER
RATES, LONGER TIME. SMALLER PAY
MENTS. We pay off any LOAN or balance on
Jour FURNITURE. Pay at your CONVENI
ENCE. Liberal DISCOUNTS. Call and be
convinced. Write or telephone, Klnloch A C22.
iDNION FINANCE CO., 202 and 303 Oriel bide.
Southeast corner Sixth and Locust. Entrance
ttt N. Sixth, opposite Parr's.
OH FURHiTURE AND PIANOS.
Our rates ore the XOWEbT t!Vm OF
FERED, and YOU MAKBtout OWN TERMS
for paylnr back loan la WEEKLY. MONTH
LY or YEARLY paymenta. We require NO
PAYMENTS If you are sick, out of work or
meet with misfortune. We NEVER REMOVE
rood. NO PUBLICITY or INQUIRIES.
Money advanced SAME DAY yoa apply. We
Invito INVESTIGATION and COMPARISON.
Call, write or phone Main null or D 11S, and
twr agent will call.
NATIONAL LOAN CO.,
BOOMS 209 ANIJ 113 MERMODJACCARD
BUILDING, SECOND FLOOR.
407 N. BROADWAY. COR. LOCUST ST.
" nONBY LOANED NEW WAY)
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
People In need of financial help can get strict
ly confidential loana at a per cent per year oa
furniture, pianos, etc, without removal Cash
advanced same day you apply. See cs and ws
will help ygu. ..-..
ROYAL FINANCB CO..
Eulte C2t (the new) r Frisco sulldlnir. southwest
corner Ninth and Olive sta.: phons Kin. C I7S0.
Agent will call.
LOANS ON FURNITURE.
Rates and terms unheard of. Look:
Ppays a tit loan,
weekly pays a 360 .loan.
weekly pay a 350 loan.
Tbo weeajy pay a stu loan.
Payments may be made weekly, semimonthly
ex monthly.
lonuiiy. Ai u w your interest u consult
a
Ail Dusisss private and anoreDoara.
CHEIOCAIj PINANCB CO..
EQl Chtmtcai balldlnre Eighth and OUt.
WE ADVIHOE 10NEY
SO SALARIED PEOPLE. NO MORTGAGE.
IVpiNDORHOt without emplovera knowledge.
aLBQ
eohfio
SJAetl. Bit iMvio iiiiaiuj.ni v.f
Boom 1113 Missouri Treat Blag.
n.ra. nnTATTTd tmiLii..lHwi nv
e trance inu uuti cireet.
.
,lV LOANS IN EAST ST. LOUIS.
xft
In surroundlnir towns. On FURNITURE.
'Cut an.4 RaX.3.RTEa. JLnumBU to snleii
r unu lau ianmn w uil luun aoiu
to pay. we ao not rempve gooaa. bi
Ion In case of sickness. Liberal discount.
Jit. Clair MB. THE SHU M13 IAJAN-CO.,
mm 206. lletroDOUtani Bulldlnr. "
1S-41T Missouri ave East 8L Louis.
Lowest Rate Loans.
WK wUI PAX off any DEBT you OWE and
UJVANCE you MORE MONEY on your FUR
NITURE, PIANOS, horse and wagons: goods
ft in. your POSSESSION: WEEKLY or
unNTIfLY navments: LOWEOT ratw dis
count given if PAID before due. Call or writ
193 K.Tenth St., room 211 Ozark baiUnr; XHB
ANDERSON FTNANCB CO.
Montr to loan la ajir amount oa all kinds ot
persocar- property.
Barsalna Is tmradMmtd
tpledcea.
912 FRANKLIN AVE.
EAST ST. LOUIS ISAM GO.
Loans raonty on housabold goods and all Id&ds
of personal propertn easy monthly payments.
Room 3 McCuland bldf.. 22ft ColllnsriUs vr
Vnones: Bell Bast 12E2M; Klnloch St. Clair 4SCv
MOHEY FOR SAURIEO PEOPLE.
We furnish you mon.y quickly and confiden
tially, without security. National Credit Co.,
rooms $01-302 Chemical wide:. Eighth and Olive.
Mono" Advanoad Salaried Peauls
Teamsters, boarding-house keepers without se
curity, easy payments: largest business In 50
principal cities. Tolmsn. Ml Houser bldr.. (03
Ch.stnut.
EUGENE A. TRISLER.
Room J. :u N. Serentb St., De Menlt building.
Fire Insurance Agency.
LOANS ON FURNITURE LOW RATES.
STORABK JUTD MOVIHG.
3's.W.a'ss.e'.e''
.AMERICAN Storage and Moving Co 1S
Olive: moving, packing, shipping; all storage In
eparateroom.; both phones. W.H-Langdale
UONDED warehouse; Henry C. W. Wlehe
Storage and Moving Co ; 1513-lt Franklin ave :
money advanced vhen desired. Klnloch C 3H.
. i. runiuAnA otorage ana moving
Oo. Separate rooms; low prices on reliable
moving and storage. 3301 Cass ave. phone D ml.
LOUISIANA Storage Co.. Oeo. Jokerst. Mgr.
Moving, packing: bath phones: 3 warehouses.
NEW YORK .Storage Co.. Twenty-second and
Wash: more. pack, ship or store furniture In
eparste rooms.: estimates given: work guamt.
160UTH Side Storage and Moving Co.. U01-3-1
Bdney at. Bell sidn-y SI: Klnicch VTctur M.
QTflRlfiF ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF, new
wlWilnUC warehouse. Grand and Laclede,
for safekeeping of furniture, pianos, trunks,
valuables, boxes, etc.; strictly flrst-cliss moving
packing, shipping, etc Our nre Insurance the
lowest. Money advanced. Ship goods our care.
Estimates free. Ott our rates. -Bom phones. Wi
ll Olive. R. U. Leonort Acctlon & Storage Co.
pniirriKG.
AAA1 7.0M cards. 73c: billheads, noteheads,
envelopes. jll.R. McGIU & Co.. 121 N. Eleventh.
CRESCENT .Rrintlng Co;. M7 N. Fourth St
Fine work: fair prices; send for sample.
..EIERMANN BROa, Printer, 323 Pine, so
licit your business and guarantee satisfaction;
Cne commercial work a specialty. Kin. lvKA.
EUREKA PRINTING CO., 32. N. Third St.
Low rate on your printing this week.
GOLD, SILVER. MCKEL PLATING,
DOWNING rcnlates and repairs silverware;
aold -elate wstchta. jewelry: low prices: cash
for old cold, -allver. platinum. SOS N.. Seventh.
COLD, sllv-r nl nickel platlirg In all It
branches; repairing old sllrerwafe a specialty.
Cuiut II, Kraase, tW Plae .t, .ecoad floor.
MUSICAL,
ABSOLUTELY cheapest Place- In city for n
Kinds of .muelcal instruments: Trtfrcet. band and
pTCTcBtrm musicy .aiumetn's. 9 -s roaqway.
BARGAINS (hornets. Xfi. Inmhniwi r. altns.
S3: barytonea. M: tubas. 10: "lanoa and or
eane. J. Placht & Son. 1U S. Broadway
BEAUTIFUL mahogany baby-grand piano;
utrfl short time;' great, racrlflce. GJ HO, Re
public BB cornets: bargains; Conn. J2S: Dlfton, JM:
Boston, hlith and low pitch. I2& J. Placht &
Son. 113 s. Broadway. . "
FINE square piano; like new; buy cheap.
3113 Bell ave.
"HEAR, the Soul of a Krakaucr Piano Sing";
to hear It Is to buv It. Sold far Dan'l O. Dun-
ker Piano CO.. Fourteenth and North Market.
'JUST received nne stock of latest desfitn
Stranbe & GUmore pianos. Call and see them.
E. A. Boehm & Bro.. 1009 franklin ave.
SQUARE pianos. $6 down, balance SJ per
month. Schubert & Moxter. ICK Franklin ave.
WILL buy Edison standard graphophonej
must be cheap. :CK North Market.
JUG buys ano fiprlght piano, manogsny
case; larre site. Kletkamp Bros.. i30i Parle
Ma buys fine piano: quick sale, see this.
Babe. 109 Carr. .
KUMvlIL IIUOS. PIASO CO..
Twenty-Elnrhth an J OIItc St.
REWT PflAWOS.
SI per month.
XI per month.
J3 Pr month.
U per montn. ., m m
Lowest prices In the city; rit 11otM
piano is purchased. KKAUWURY Piano Ware,
rooms. 1012 Olive at.; P. O. Hmith, Mfr.; A.
D. Whltaker. Mcr.
FBK3E PIANOS.
WAY-DOWN PRICES.
At Bradbury Piano Warerooms. 1012 Olive St.:
F. G. Smith. Mfr.; A. E. Whltaker, Mgr.
Some Big Bargains This week.
KOO dickering, in spfendld condition JS0
JC0 Beautiful mahogany upright; used two
months tsa
UIZ Bradbury; large alio: good as new S3X
3(00 Very fine walnut upright; nearly new..J19j
3M Splendid Arion upright
$309 Fine Rogers walnut upright 31:0
Some fine bargains In squares 335, 3(3, 365.
3TC, 395. They originally sold for 3300 to 3550.
NEW PIANOS.
354 to 3150 less than what dealers would
charge you. We sell direct from factory to
?ou. and save you all middlemen's profits.
hafa the secret of It, with three factories,
the largest case factory In the world and ware
rooms all over the United States, we surely
are In a position to give you unequaled In
ducements. Try us and see. BIIADBURY
Piano Warerooms. 1012 Olive St., F. O. Smith,
Mfr.; A. E. Whltaker, Mgr.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
KJVIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.
MAsMas'WassMMaWNsiasiariaaA(asaiassssMstfskBas
ACME LODGE. NO. 21. K. OF P.-UEETS
every Thursday evening at o'clock. West
Oate Hall, northwest corner Grand and Easton
avenues. Members requested to attend regu
larly. Visitors cordially Invited.
MATTHEW VONEY. C. C.
G. W. Clifton. K. of It. & S., 1M3 St. Louis
avenue.
CASTLE HALL-GOLDEN CROWN LODGE.
No. (2, K. of P. Regular convention ev
ery Friday night, o'clock. Hall No, 2. tenth
door, Century building. Work at each conven
tion. Ersry member come. Visitors Invited.
F. W. KIRK. C. C.
tu u. bcott. it. oi iu at a.
CASTLt: HALL, COLUMBIA LODGE. nO.
226, K. of P.. meets every Tuesday even
ing. Century building. East Hall. 3 p. m. Mem
bera requested to attend meeting Tuesday, June
O. Work In rack of Knight. Visitors welcome,
, A1XXAMUU1 NlCHOlON. C .
J. F. Dempsey. K. of R. It B.
FUTURE GREAT LODGE, NO. . K. OF
P. Howard's Hall, Thirtieth and Olive,
meets every Wednesday at t o'clock. Work al
way. oa hand. VUltoM.ome & &
W. A. Roberts. K of R. a a.
MISSOURI LODGE. NO. z. K, OF P..
Burlington Building. No. alt Olive Street
The lodge will confer tne rank of Page Fri
day evening, June II. Election of representa
tives to Grand Lodge. Visitor alwaya wel
come. T. C MOORE, a C
Charles C Fink, g. ol It 8.
rtJlODOC LODGE, NO. 2M. K OF P.. MEETS
1- every Tuasoay evening at o clock
at Anchor Hall, soutnwest comer Jefferson and
Park avenue. Take Compton Heights, Park or
Jefferson avenue cara. Member are expected
and. visitors cordially Invited to attend. Work
lnranlc ot Knight. A. H. NORR18H. a a
L. B. Cass. JtofRtB.
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. SVC X. OF P.
nut. wi-r Wednesday evening. Century
building. Ninth and Olive SJeeta, .June .
Election of representative to araad Lodge, A.
good attendance- desired." Ogara. Vlaltora In-
W. A. Gray, g. el R. a a.
PYTHAGORAS LODGE, NO. 17J. K. OF P
meeu every WeOnesaay evening at castle
hall, northwest corner Grand and Easton ave
June 23. Member, expected. VlsiUnr brother,
always welcome. & B. HOLLgr, c. c.
E. Bttlnger. K. of R. X 8.. 363S Easton ave
nue. Klnloch D tt-
PREMIER LODGa NO 30. K. OF P
meetF every nrst and third .Monday In
hall 'No. 3. seventh floor CM d Follows' buMlng.
Next raeetlng July u. Visitor are cordially
Invited. Mexnbere are requested to attend. -"
JOSEPH O. MORE. C C
J. V. Wltte. Jr K. ot R. 4 .. 3J0IA North
Twenty-flfth street.
ROYAL LODGE. NO. 233. K. OF P., meets
regulsrly every Friday evening In Odd
r-uiowa building. Ninth and Olive street, sev
enth floor Work In the rank, alwaya on. hand.
Visitor are' cordially Invited. Members are re-
aueated to attend. ' ,
ARTHUR PFErFFER. C. C.
C. S. Green. K. of R. A 3.
Is I ABASH LODGE. NO. Its. .K. OF P.,
U meets every Tuesday evening at castle
hall, southwest comer Broadway and Benton.
June 29, regular convention, election of repre
sentative to the Grand Lodge. Membeia ro
quested to he present -Ugftggg &
M. C. Bhnlte. K. of R. Jt S.
WASHINGTON LODGE. HO. 113, K. OF P..
Century Building, Ninth and Olive Streets
(Friday) at . p. m. Supper at 7:30 p. m. work.
Election of Grand Lodge representatives, cigars.
A. J. TILDBN, C C
Jos. P. rummlch, E. ot B. a 8., Mapls
wood, Mo
ZULEMA LODGE. NO. ,321 K. OF P..
meeu Monday evening, June 37, In nail
No. 1. tenth floor. Century bulldlpg, at o'clock.
Election of Grand Lodge representatives. Mem
bers expected and visitor cordially Invited to
attend. FRANK J. VOLMER, C C
Attest: O. M. Brook. K. of B, 4c B.
P. O. Box 1M3.
A5CIE5T FIIKB AND
ACCEPTED MASONS.
aNISaSsaw"si
AsatarssaaaaaaaatswaasaasSajsajpSeiatsssaaa
ERWIN LODGE, NO. W. A. F. t, A. M.
Regular meeting Friday, June U. 19M. at
l:su p. ra.. llaaonlc 'temple. Grand and Finney
avenues. Work In IS. A. degree. Merabera re-.
Quested and visitors fraternally Invited to at
tend. AUG. KAMP. W. M.
George J. Berne, Secretary.
and Finney avenues. 7:39 p. m. Work In En
tered Apprentice degree. Visiting brethren wel
come. GEO. W. JAMES. W. M.
Wm. L. Reynolds. Jr.. Secretary.
MISSOURI LODGE. NO. L A. F. A A. U.
Called communication on Wednesday.
June 2, at 1 p. m., Corinthian Hall, Grand
Avenue Masonlo Temple, M. M. degree. Mem
bers and Tlsltlng brethren are requested to
attend. J. W. KRU1XIBR7 W. M.
John H. Deema. Secretary.
D OLAR STAR LODGE. NO. 7. A. F. 4 A.
M,, will hold a special communication in
Doric Hall. Grand avenue Masonic Temple, this
(Friday) at p. m. Supper at 730 p. mT Work
four M. M. decreea W Ban
. . i- CRAWFORD, W. M.
Edwin P. Ambler. Secretary.
THJBE OF BEN BTJR.
SIM0NIDE3 COURT. .NO. . TRIBE OF
Ben-Hur. meets every Friday night at
Ben-Hur Hall, northwest corner Twenty-second
street and Franklin avenue. Visiting Sons
and Daughters of Hur always welcome.
. FRANK J. PERANO. Chief.
W. Roy Slgler. Scribe. 2908 Dickson street.
ST. LOUIS COURT. NO. 102. TRIBE OF
Ben-Hur. meet every second and fourth
Friday at Phoenix Hall. Jefferson and Cass ave
nues. Sons and Daughters of, Hur from other
court end out ot the city are hereby extended
ar cordial Invitation to visit. By order of
. , ALICE C. MULKiSY chief.
Attest: Arendt Kuelper. Scribe, No. 2K Scott
ichights of coLTusraca.
IaENRiCK COUNCIL. NO. (la vmntrri
Aaw of Columbus, meets every second andil
Maple avenue. Visiting knights alaaya wel
come. JOHN PAUL CHEW. Grand Knight.
Walter T. Cunningham. Recorder.
MAlUjUKTTE COUNCIL, NO. tH.
Knlghu of Columbus, meets every sec
ond and fourth Tuesday In the west hall. Cen
tury building. Ninth, and OUve streets. Visit,
lag knlghu cordial! invited.
FRANK G. CUNNINGHAM, Grand Knight.
F., P. Leonard. Recorder.
ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO. 453. UKtn't
every first and thud Tuesday at West
End Hall, southwest corner Finney and VanUe
venter avenue. Visiting knights are cordially
Invited. EDWARD DtiVUY. Grand Knight.
Joseph F. Lamy, Recorder.
ItOYAL ARCH MASONS.
KILWINNING CHAPTER. NO. 60. ROYAL
Arcli Mason Slated convocation this
( Friday) evening, June 24. at o'clock Rose
Hill Hall. Maple and Hamilton avenue. Work
in Moat Excellent Masters degree. Members
and vlsltlnr companions are requested to at
tend. HENRY WE8ELOH. High Priest.
II, P. Belding. Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE VoRLD.
m OUNT AUBURN CAMP. NO. 20. WOOD-
1 - men ot the World, meets at hall of
Charles H. Kicker, northeast corner New.tead
and North Market, ntst and third Fridays,
Members expected and visitor invited.
O. C BRAUN. Consul Commander,
R, M. Bacon, Clerk, 4475 Finney ave.
IJfDITFKXDENT ORDER ODD FELLOWS.
ssaiaataa4Bajsaaklsa
ANCHOR LODGK. iO. 332. I.- O. O. F..
meets every MonJa evening at debuette
Mail, Nineteenth and Wrlaht streets. Work In
the degrees. Visiting brothers welcome.
LEO LANOENBACHER. N. Q.
Dsvld Petty. Secretary. 1126 O' Fallon street.
P
UCllAN'lCS' LODGE. NO. US. L O. O.
F.. meets every Friday evening at I
o'clock, at Frank P. Blair Post. o. A. It.
Hall. 1JCS Market street, visiting nrctuio cur
dlally lntted ti attend. Work In the degrees
eVj?yiL1GIttAN'ADn. N. G.. 1021 Rutker street,
j. F Streeter. Secretary. ?01t Indiana ave.
ST. LOUIS LOlXltX NO. t. I. O. O. F..
meets every baturuay eenlng at Odd
iIows bulldlne. southeast corner 'ln:h ami
Olive streets. In hall No. L Vtaltcrs welcome.
Members expected R L. OERL1N. N. G.
Wallace iicCargo. Secretary.
WILDEY LODGE. NO. i, I. O. O. F..
meets Tuesday evening of each week at
bail No. I. Odd Fellows' bunding, corner Mntn
and Olive at 3 o'clock. Vlslilng brothers Invite!
to attend. J. C. MiiANKlt. N. G.
F. w. Rlegei. Secretary.
ROYAL ARCANUM.
at..aiasi1.s..,s.."essei
BENTON COUNCIL. NO. 133. R. A.. MEETJ
on second and fourth Frlda) cf each
n.uuth In hall No. 1. Odd Fellows' building.
Ninth and Olive streets Visitor always heart.
Ily welcome M. R. WINDHORST. Regent.
H. J. Braun. Secretary. 31 Mrrgan street.
GRAND COUNCIL MlbbOUKI. ltOYAL
Arcanum. 309-U1 Holland Hulldlng A
cordial welcome to visitors, friends, brethren
ard members from abroad.
E. A HARBOUR. G. R.
Jno. C. Kllltngsworl'i. Grand Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
ST. LOUIS LODOE. NO. 18. KNIGHTS OF
Honor, met. second and fourth Trl
day. Bowman's Hall, northern comer Eleventh
and Locust streets.
C. C CLAUDY. Dictator, 1114 Madison st.
P. 3 Drown. Reporter, 110 North Fourth st.
live-stock: market.
Native Supply Fnlr Reef Cnttle
Slendy Sheep Close Lower.
NATIVE CATTLD - Beet Steers-Native re
ceipts were only fair and contained a small
outlay of steers, the quality being largely med
ium to good grades. The market opened very
draggy and slow, with bids very mean. In
stances showing 23635c lower than yesterday.
Later buyers showed a better disposition to
purchase and the market, as a rule, was
steady, but unecn plates were found, with
some sales on the ton kinds being reported 10c
lower. No strictly good steers were here,
sales showing a pretty good class of l.nwgi.rcs
lb. steers at 3S.C0O5.tt. with medium and
good steers at 34.75fr5.35. A few common lota
went at 31 60 with Inferior loU below.
BEEF AND BUTCHER STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
30...1122... 15.90 S...121S.. .35.75 IS.. .1X3.. .35.75
47...13W... 6.75 31.. .1:11... 5.60 21...13S1... 6.40
1S...1272... 6.35 9.. .114!... 6.25 23...1U77... 6.20
1...1590... 5.00 S8...11C6... 5.00 3. ..12.10... 6.00
IS. ..1134... 4 90 2... M2... 4 50 1...1310... 4.15
23...126S... C S 20... 1100... 5.75 S...1213... 5.75
1...1450... 6.60 12.. .1107... 6.55 2... S55... 5.15
18.. .1133... 6.20 2.. .1220... 6.10 3.. .1176... 5. CO
20.. .1003... 5.00 18. ..1142... 5.00 6... 344... 4 10
12.. .1025... 4.7: 1... S70... 3.76
Steers and heifers:
3.. .1156... 4.40
Butcher Cattle Receipts of butcher cat
tle were only fair, and with but few excep
tions consisted largely ot common to medium
heifers and canning to pretty good dressed
beef cov.8. A few good heifers sold at 31 503
4.75, with one fancy lot weighing 7S0 lbs. at
35.40, for which firm prices were paid. Com
mon to medium heifers at 334.25 met with a
slow outlet, though steady.
There was a better feeling displayed by
buyers on cow stuff, particularly the better
grades, though some strong spots were reported
all along the line. However, there was not
enough difference to quote the market other
wise but steady. One fancy cow sold at 34.60,
wlth'good'to choice grades moving at 83.50R4.
Medium to pretty good cows sold at J2.fOS3.40.
with canners and cutters at Il.50g2.75 for fair
to good. ..-..
HEIFERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr No Av. Pr
30... B0..'.35.4O 2... WU...X4.dV S... B.....bu
1... 640... 4.25
&'.'.'. 930.'!." 3.60 !!.'." C33.'.'.' J.'ti
2... 715... 3.0) 6.. .1061... 4.75
6... 9S5... 3.75
1... 650... 3.25
. 742... 4.15
16... CCS... 4.00
1... C00... 3.40
4... 680... 3.75
1... a... 3.25
2... 710... 3.60
... 687... 3.00
Steers and heifers:
3... 13... 4.10
COWS.
1...1320... 4.50 I.. .1003... 3.85 1...I1M... 1.65
4.. .1037... 3. CO 1...U60... 3.60 (...11(6... 3.40
1... 850... 3.86 6.. .1176... 3.25 1...1M0... 3.25
I.. .1210... 3.10 4. ..1205... 3.00 1... 870... 3.00
.... 950... 8.00 1...100O... 2.75 1...1070... 4.00
I.. .1300... 2.76 4.1.1037... 3.60 1...1180... 3.60
...lfiOl.. S.RO t... 1470... 3.40 3... 870... 2.5
8.. .1068... 3.25 ... 930... 3.25 10... 937... 3.00
1...107O... 3.C0 1... 850... 3.00 1... X... 2.85
3... H,... 2.76 Bo
1...1300.., 3.75 1...1470... 3.75 9...1066... 3.40
L..1430... 8.34 1...1440... Z.3 4...1037.':. 2.80
2.. .1050... 1.75 1... 640... 2.00 1...1650... 3.65
1...16CC... 3.4 1...1470... 3.40 1...1300... 3.00
1... 1260... 2.80 1... 1200... 2.75 1...1IW... 2.60
STAOS.
1...1750... 6.25
VEAL CAL"Ea
1... ISO... .7S 3... 1I6....5.C0 ... 143... 6.60
1... .170... 6.60 2... 160... 6.25 ... 145... 8.E0
t... 165... 6.60 3... 138... 8.60 4... 160... 6.60
14... 123... 6.26
EftirnrRnw i-ATTLTnRecelnts of Quarantine
cattls were fslr, and around half the number
on oner last rnurscay. lucre w cy buw
representation of decent to good steers of
fered, with the usual proportion of light com
mon and green kinds.
Th- mgrVH ,wnM alow, but ivhen once start
ed, buyers took hold of the common and fair
graoes ratnrr ocijf, uu mcj Bu.m -....
life all the way through, and were practically
cleaned up at full steady prices.
The good cattle at 34 and above. Including
eome valued at J4.1W5 and over, were the
hardest to move and the- last to. go oer the
scales; salesmen and buyers were wide apart
at the start, with bids varying anywhere from
164J40O lower, and finally pretty generally 16
20o lower than Wednesday. Cows, bulls and
calves showed no material change.
Receipts for four dsja thl week were about
two-third the upply the corresponding days
of last wsek. Monday there was a fair repre
sentation of good steers; Tuesday and Wednes
day there waa c scarcity of such classes but
the supply Thursday waa liberal and entirely
too many for the state of the market. Condl-
Mn.. favnMl rfrtlna fln tHA mod ltltlds the
past two days, but In the absence of supplies
me weaanee was not uuuiursi, vumnuu?
comparisons with a week ago are largely bated
upon Thursday's losses.
Values, compared with a week ago. are
steady on the common to fair grades. 16825c
lower on medium and SO340c lower en the good
grades. Including best straight grosser and
fed steers. The 33 bulls are no lower than a
week ago. but the better (trades show a loss
around 13c. while calves and rows are steady.
TEfcAS AND INDIAN STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Ay. Pr.
W...1261.,. 35.26 22., .1201.. .34.78 10...I133...34 63
45.. .1116... 4.60 23.. .1017... 4.35 21... 959... 4 15
24...10S3... 4.00 6... 1081... 3 95 46...1048... 3.81
7... 991... 3.63 SC... 944... 3 65 2.. .1360... 3.61
26... 898... 3.6S 208... 934... 3.60 24.. .1152... 4.75
85.. .1145... 4.70 21... 1163..; 4.60 24. ..1113... 4 35
237...1131... 4.30 22... 988... 4.15 19... 971... 3.95
48...1017... 3.90 44...1070... 3.63 2... 856... 3.65
17... 877... 8.8S 27... 841... 3.60 (1... 977... 3.60
63... 919... 8.60
it COWS.
.11. ft (10... MS 1... 620... 1.60 26... 714... 163
' i.i&U... 2.35
Steer and cows:
T 9... 824... 3.09 V
MIXED.
t... 821... 3.00 23... 780... 2,43
BULLS.
8...I2O0... 8.06 1...1360... 2.80 1... 830... 2,00
1...13C9... 2.80 1...1280... 2.40
STAGS.
Z...13S0... 8.66 1...1060... 2.25 1...106O... 2.25
CALVES.
Per head .
23... 270... 7.25 11... 186... 8 00
HOG& Good butcher and heavy hogs sold at
15.Zdtra.3d, xair io gooa meaium weignts ana
packers 3S.2QS6,
v, iignis sootc um ins. aver
light under 150 lbs. average 34
age fi.wui.
6 fla. riles und
pigs under too ids. 343-4.10, and roughs
and culls at 3(31.75. The bulk of- the hogs
wtvhine- 150 lbs. or more sold at 15. 15436.25.
against 15.1535.27H Wednesday.
SHEEP A good, liberal supply of sheep ar
rived, the offerings Including several cars of
Texas cheep, and a big supply of spring lambs
from local territory. The market was alow and
dull, scarcely anything selling before neon. The
market continued slow and dull all day, clos
ing with lot of sheep in the pens, that wer
not only unsold, but had not so much as re
ceived a bid. Sales made ahowed a loss of 16
26e on shtep. while Iambs were generally 75c
31 lower: but the worst feature of the trade
was the lack of demand, even at the decline.
Nobody eeemed to want to make purchases at
HORSES The horse market this week pos
sessed contradictory features. The Eastern de
mand, which haa been ruling the best for sev
eral weeks, waa less active, whtle the Southern
demand was larter. Few outside of the regu
lar resident Eastern buyer were on hand, and
business on this account wa light, one good
reason being that the quality of the offerings
was not well up to the Eastern standard. No
doubt with better quality the local demand
would have been competent to have taken quite
a respectable number ot offerings.
Though, a stated, there was an tncrease In
the Southern demand, it was not large enough
to create any new conditions In the market
and the surroundings of the trade were no bet
ter than last week. or. rather, the last two
or three weeks. There was a special antip
athy to the Inferior, rough and plain offerings
and they were hard to negotiate at a profit
the way consignor had them bought. Some ha 1
to te negotiated slowly at private sale, so s'ow
was the demand. The better c asses were f;w,
and experienced no more difficulty than last
week In flndlng purchasers.
The basis of the market Is a It ha been
for about three weeks, 310316 lower than the
middle of May on all plain and medium of
ferings from Southern horses up. Good to
choice horses are easier, but are showing no
distinct decline. The summer season Is mak-
"THE BARGAIN
HUNTERS"
$100.00
Given away next week. Watch for the
BARGAIN ADS
IN THE
WEDNESDAY REPUBLIC.
Ins. all buyers cautious and (necessarily shades
values somewhat.
Horse quotations:
Harness hnrscs. :,.-.. .....JUog.vo
Heavy; draft, choice to extra-i.j.;.v..it7522
Hravy draft, common to good 125r2i50
Business horses, 1,200 to 1.300 'bs H)S17,
Chunks, choice to extra 150K185
Chunks, common lo good 9J4212i
Farm chunks j ,.. 511S
Southern horses, choice to extra.i...... S3.110
Southern horses, plain to gocd :630
MULES The supply of mules waa the small
est recehed this year. There were only 2 leads
and a few small bunches received hardly
enough to make a market. Being so few, the
dealers boumit them icadtly, eieclally as mo-t
were of pretry cool quality, .without any change
deyloplnc In the market.-Not .only was the
maiket quiet from a commission standpoint,
but with the dealers as. well there being
scarcely any bueis or ordel on the market,
and the number of mulnt sent! out was lighter
than during any week since .last July. All that
can be -fal't for the trade Is that the indica
tions are that dealers will buy a limited num
ber of strictly cool, big mules from now on. but
nnv h-ay runs or offerings of plain Linda aie
likely to cr.ate an unsatisfactory condition In
the market.
Mule quotations:
14 hands, extreme ranje 3 6-1.001 90.01
11 hands, bulk of ralei,.., 70.WO S1.C0
141 han'is. extreme range. 70.wl20.'0
1C hands, hulk ot sales 75.008100.00
15 hanclr. extteme range. .;. 85.004fl4J.ni
15 hands, bulk of sals :.i 90.nofjllo.00
1SV hands extreme rnnge 110.00f16).(0
15'4 hands, bulk of sales..., 115.0Oiy).ti
16 hands, exti-eme range 1 30.00 rv0
lGVs hands, bulk of rales 133.00SV-3.0J
By Telecrrnpli.
Chicago. June 23. Cattle Receipts 5.000: slow
and steady; good to prime sters 81 507?4.5'l:
poor to medium 34.C0&5 40: -stockers and feed
ers 32.604 50: helfets I22T5.30; eovis 31.MW4 6J:
ranners Jl.tOB2.G0; bulls 12S4 23: calve, S2.501T
6: Texas fed steers 31.60-83.43. Hogs Receipts
26,000: to-morrow 15.000: left oer 1.535: marKet
5c lower; mixed and butchers 35.1535.25; gocd to
choice heavy J5 :otli7.3714: rough and heavy 310
65.30; light lltTS.25; bulk of sales 3V2iOl.
Sheep Receipts 3.030; sheep slow to lower: gocd
to choice 34.33K3.2:: f-ilr to choice mixed 34
4 73; Western sheep 31.5034.73: spring lambs
34 60JW. Western lamrs (S5.
Kansas City. Mo.. June 23. Cattle Receipts
4 800. including 1.S0O Southerns: market fladv:
close vteak to 70c lower; export and dressed
beef .steers t5.G0S-6.4O; fair to good 34 25S5 60:
Western fed . steers S(.2&es.85r stockers and
feeders 3364.75; Southern steers 32.50W5 K:
Southern cows J2.502J4: native cows 32.509
4 50; rathe heifers 32.5084.50: bulls S2..SW
4.20: calves 12.6084 50. Hogs Receipts 6.500:
market weak to 5c lower: ton 33.22V.: bulk of
sales 3505.10: heavy SVlOiJo 22W- packers
6.10: pigs and lights 31 4065.05. Sheep Receipts
4.000; market 10215c lower: native lambs r(.r
6.70- Western lambs 34.7566.70: fed ewes 3( 40
6: Texas clipped vearlings 34.6095.25; Texas
clipped Sheep 34tt4.75; stockers nnd feeders S3
41 4.
St. I.ouls Cotton Market.
Ppot market quiet anS unchanged. Sales 57
bales. Quote:
Ordinary 9';
Good onMnary 9U
Low m'ddllng lo'.s
Middling 11
Good middling IIS
Middling fair US
Tinges and stains S'ie off white.
Gal acton Spot market steady: middling lOHc.
Memphis Spot market quiet; middling lOTiC
Receipts at principal points:
New Orleans, 464 bales.
Savannah. 1.442 bales.
Charleston. 4 bales.
Houston. 51 bales,
Memphis, 76 bales.
Norfolk, 200 bales.
Net receipts ot all United States ports for six
days vero 11.151 bales, against 11.051 bales In
lt-03. Exports 18,870 bales, against 14,210 bales In
U-C3. mocks 216,386 bales, against 250,750 bales
In 1903.
St. Louis warehouse statement:
1M4 1903
Stocks on hand B-pt. 1 1.265 11.715
Net receipts 44
Net receipts since Pept. 1 66,756 66,273
Net shipments since Sept. 1 45,2S 62.405
Stocks on hand., , 12,723 62,405
Gross receipts j 164 642
Gross receipts since Sept. 1 513.4S4 731,841
GroM shipments 1S3 5S2
Gross shipments since Sept. l.... 502.026 738,120
Fonltry.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New York. June 23. Live Poultry Receipts
5 ears Western and a moderate quantity of
chickens by express. The demand for fowls
was quite disappointing and the market ruled
weak at 12c. with no possibility of a clearance
this week. Spring chickens not so plenty and
steady. Other kinds of poultry unchanged. Two
cars more die to-morrow will wind up the
receipts for the week. Quotations unchanged.
Dressed Poultrj' Receipts 1.032 pkgs. The
fresh receipts to-day were moderate, as nearly
all the stock due was behind time, and' very
little was delivered before noon. While the
demand was of quite moderate proportions and
considerable stock on band, receiver? were pot
inclined to shade prices any lowor and held out
for HHc on the average best run of Western
d-y-plcked fowls, while that figure was ex
treme on scalded, and many of those from the
Southwest w.re urged to rale at lie. There wa
a very liberal supnly of broilers on the mar
ket, nearly everything averaging under 3 lbs.
to pair, which met slow sals; a few fancy,
large birds, averaging up to 4 lbs. to pair,
sllchtly exceeded quotations on either dry
picked or scalded. Receipts of squabs were not
so heavy, and with a ralr demand the market
was about sustained. 'Iced Broilers. Southern,
small, 15ffl6c. Other quotations unchanged.
Eggs.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL,
New York. June 23. Eggs-Receipts 16.26T
cases. The weather In the morning. Was bright,
cool nnd In every way favorable, for business,
but the receipts were entirely too heavy for the
curtailed demand for consumption, and the re
sult was an Irregular and unsettled and ragged
market on the great hulk of the offerings. Buy
ers for quality professed themselves willing to
Say full prices fer goods to suit them, and
cures were named In excess' of quotations.
Dirties and checks quiet at ruling prices. Quo
tations unchanged.
Philadelphia. June 23. Kggs ste&dy: fair de
mand; fresh near-by and fresh Western ISc
loss off: fresh Southwestern 17c, do.; fresh
Southern 15c.
Kansas City, June 23. Eggs steady; Missouri
and Kansas, new No. 2 whltewood cases Includ
ed. 13c: case count 124c; cases returned Wc
less.
Chicago. June 23 Eggs steady; at mark,
cases Included, 14914MC
Dried Frnlts.
New York, June 23. The market for evap
orated apples Is quiet and unchanged In respect
to spot supplies, which are moving out In small
.quantities, while futures are offered rather
freely and show an easier tendency. Common
are quoted at (CWc: prime 654B3Jc; choice
6B6Hc; fancy 7c Prunes are reported to b
rather unsettled as to futures, with Santa
Clara stock for Oct. shipment reported sold
on a 2c f. o. b. basis, although others are ask
ing 2Hc and some as high as 2Uc. Spot prunes
unchanged and quiet at 2ic to Kc, according'
to Kruuo. Aprn-uu ore quiri ana uncnanged.
with choice quoted at 7H610c; extra cholco
lOKeiOHc: fancy HOlSo. Peaches steady, with
choice held at 7eT5ic; extra choice "'aSSc,
fancy 94610c.
Coffee.
New York, June 23. Coffee Spot Rio quiet:
mild quiet. The market for futures opened
steady at unchanged prices, to an advance of
S points on a continued demand from Wall
street and European sources. In spite of rather
disappointing cables and somewhat larger pri
mary receipt. At one time the market was
5 point higher all around, but gradually
weakened as the early demand was filled, and
at the close waa steady with prices 6 points
lower to & points higher. Sales were reported
of 49,600 bsgs. Including July .755.80c; Sept.
6c; Oct. 6.10S6.15C: Dec 6.30c; Jan. 6.35c; May
6.60c, and March 6.76c
Sugar.
New York, June 21. Sugar Raw firm: fair
refining 2 7-16c; centrifugal, 96 test, 3 15-16::
molasses sugar 3 3-16c: refined firm; crushed
5.60c; powdered 6c; granulated 4.90c.
New Orleans. La.. June 23. Sugar strong;
open kettle 2X63 3-lCc; open kettle centrifug-il
3S3Sc: centrifugal whites 4U04Hc; yellow
3464 6-1 to; seconds 2H83c Molssses nomi
nal: open kettle 20fr25c; centrifugal, 10615c
Sirup nominal at 20825c
Dry Goods.
New York, June 23. The dry goods market
has not developed according to the expectations
ot sellers, and they are disappointed In the
reception which the revised prices have
met at the hands of buyers. The latter, how
ever, seem to have no conlldenco In the situa
tion, and are anticipating further revisions,
which, however, sellers claim are impossible.
RECOVER DIAMOND RING
SAID TO HAVE BEEN STOLEN.
Followlns tho report of Mrs. Mattle "u.
Turner, a widow, living at No. 3642 Evans
avenue, who claims that she had been
robbed of a solitaire diamond ring valued
at $1,200 "Wednesday night while on the
Pike, the police yesterday arrested a man
"giving- the name of Ernest F. Etnerlch, an
employe at the World's Fair.
Emerich's arrest, the police claim, also
brought to light a conspiracy by which
ilrs. Turner was to have been robbed of
diamonds and Jewelry valued at J7.000. A
warrant charging grand larceny will bo
applied for against Etnerlch to-day.
According to Mrs: Turner, sho met Etn
erlch a week ago. They met again
Wednesday night on the Pike, and, after
entering several shows, went to a garden
attached to the Sklnker Road Hotel,
which is near Che Administration entrance.
While In the garden, Mrs. Turner stated,
Elmerich persuaded her to give a
solitaire diamond ring to him for rafo
keeplng. Ho then disappeared, she saysL
Mrs. Turner solicited the aid of Charles
Blrdsell, who is employed on the .Pike,
in locatlnc Etnerlch. They found Mm
sleeping in his room at tho Sklnker Road
Hotel. Emerfch, she says, did not have
the ring. He told her, she says, that hie
room bad been entered by burglam and
the ring; stolen. Mrs. Turner then re
ported the- matter to the police.
After being questioned, Emerfch told the
police that the ring could be found In
possession of-George Hoffner, a bartender
at the Sklnker Road Hotel. Thc'rlng was
recovered from Hoffner. who stated that
It was given to him, by Emerfch for safe
keeping. Charles Blrdsell, who aided Mrs. Turner
In lnratlni- Rmpriph. told .tho tlO.ice that
Etnerlch proposed to him that they rob
Mrs. Turner of her Jewels and leave the
city. At the time of the 'robbery Mrs.
Turner wore other diamonds valued at
about 17,000.
CLEARS HIS HOUSE
WITH A SHOTGUN,
Oliarles Wild Drives Out Family
' nnd Fifteen Boarders, and
Shoots at Walls.
With n shotgun, it is charged. Charles
Wild of No. ZXX! North Broadway ran his
family and fifteen boarders out of his
house last night, then barricaded hlm
teel". At an early hour this morning xlx
'policemen surrounded the placj and were
awaiting developments.
The fifteen boarders were looking for
lodging-houses.
Wild, who had become really wild with
drink as a result of a spree, which the
neighbors say is of several days" dura
tion, drew a, double-barrel shotgun upon
K. Kuebler and his wlfo of No. 804 Dock
street. It Is charged. Mrs. Kuebler
grabbed the gun, but Wild pulled It away
and shut himself up in his house.
The polico of the Fifth District were
notified, and six men, in charge of Ser
geant McQuire, appeared upon the scene.
They endeavored to coax the man out, but
he responded by firing hl3 gun. He was
in the dining-room then, and with tho
saloon in the front of the building as a
target, succeeded In doing considerable
damage to that part of the building.
When thp shot was fired there was quite
a scramble on tho part of his guests to
make their escape.
One lodger was afraid to come down tho
steps, and he let himself out of the
building by means of a sheet ladder.
Others got out the best way they could,
and Mr. Wild was left tho sole and un
disputed occupant.
The police did a little more coaxing.
Sergeant McGuire discouraged all efforts
to storm the place. The plan adopted was
to wait for Wild to make his appearance.
The police say that a charge of disturb
ing the peace will be made against Wild,
but Mr. Kuebler states that ho will pre
fer a charge of assault with Intent to
kill.
Wild has a wife and four children, three
girls and a boy, and they were also
forced to leave with the boarders.
RIVER NEWS.
Hlse nnd Kail of the Itlvers
For 24 hours ending at 7 a. m.
Thursday, June 23, ISO I.
Stations. Danger.Gauge.Change.
Pittsburg 22.0 6.0 -O.J
Parkershurg ?6.0 7.6 1.4
Cincinnati 50.0 .. 0.0
Ixjulsvllle 28.0 4.9 -0.1
Nashville 40.0 3.4 -0.3
Chattanooga S3 0 2.S M.5
norence l-0 0.7
Johnsonvllle 21.0 2.1 -0.1
Evaronllle S5-0 ' -.
St. Paul 14.J 6.1 -0.2
Dubuque l--0 9.7 -0.3
Davenport 13.0 8.2 -0.2
Keokuk 15.0 8.1 -0.1
Grafton fj.0 ... .
Omaha 1S-0 12.2 0.0
Kansas City 21.0 17.6 -0.6
Doonvllle 20.0 16.5 -fl.7
Hermann 34.0 18.1 -0.8
St, Louis 30.0 25.3 -0.2
Chester 30.0 21.8 0.2
Cairo 45.0 2. - -O.Memphis
33.0 20.1 -0.3
Utile Rock i 23.0 18.7 -1.3
Vlcksburg 4o.0 8. o.i
Fhreveport 23.0 2S.2 "O.-i
New Orleans 16.0 14.3 0.1
Rise. -Fall.
EDWARD II. BOWIE,
Local Forecast Official.
Itl-rer Foreeaist.
The rivers In the St. Louis district will re
main stationary or fall slowly during the next
43 hours.
River nnd Jlnslness.
ITarbor gauges yesterday marked 25.3 feet,
indicating a fall of .2 of a foot In 24 hours,
nuslnees along tho Levee yesterday was good.
Weather, fair.
To-Day's Weather.
Probably showers.
Arrived.
Chester
Cape Olrardeau
Ferd Herold ....
Spread Eagle ..
..Cape Girardeau
Commerce
Memphis
Alton
Depurtcd.
Chester
Spread Eagle
...Cape Girardeau
Alton
Departures To-Day.
Ferd Herold ..Memphis
Cane Girardeau , Commerce
T.iW.iMnA ......... ..St. XaUI
Spread Eagle Alton
River Rlalto Brevities.
The Ferd Herold arrived yesterday from
Memphis with a good trip. She will depart on
the return this afternoon taking freight and
Sassengers for Ohio River points as well as ror
temphl. She connects at Cairo with the
Peter Lee for Cincinnati.
For the first time in many years a steamer
will make trips up the Illinois River to Peru
and La Salle. The steamers Grer Eagle and
Raid Eagle of the Eagle Packet Company will
make regular trips during the summer.
The Cape Girardeau arrived yesterday morn
ing with a heavy trip and will depart on the
return this afternoon. Many passengers have
registered for the trip.
The Chester arrived yesterday morning from
Cape Girardeau and departed In the afternoon
on the return with a good trip ot freight and
passengers. '
The local steamboat Inspectors have notified
the owners of the excursion stearvers that an
inspection cf the vessels will be made soon.
Many passengers have been registered for
the trip of the Dubuque, which departs for St.
Paul this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Bald Eagle will be rertaced in the Il
linois River trade, departing for La Salle and
Peru next Saturday afternoon.
Freight Is being received for the City of
Memphis, which departs this afternoon for the
Tennessee River.
By Telejrrnph.
REPURLIC SPECIALS.
Memphis, Tenn.. June 23. The river stands
20.1 feet on the rauge, a fall of .3 In the last
24 hours. The Kate Adams departed at 6 p. m.
for Arkansas City. The Rees Lee will arrive
to-night and leaves to-morrow evening for Cin
cinnati. The Stacker Lee will be in port' In the
morning and leaves at noon for St. Louis. C?e
Robert E. Lee will leave Memphis, carrying
World's Fair passengers, about August I in
stead of July 2.
Chester, 111., June 23. 43auge 21.5 and on a
stand. Weather fair and warm. Ttaln this
afternoon. Chester down at 12 midnight. The
Conquest, formerly the J. M. Rlchtman. and
barge up at 3 a. m. Harry Brown and tow
up at 9 a. m. J. R. Flnley and tow at 10 a.
m. Cheater Is due to-night.
Faducah. Ky., June 23. The gauge reads 13.3
feet and falling. Weather hot. Dick Fowler
to Cairo at 8 a. m. John S. Hopkins to Evans
vllle at 10 a. m. Captain James H. Allison of
Chattanooga is here, arranging for the repairs
to the Chattanooga, now on the ways.
Cairo. 111., June 23. River gauge reads 26.8
'sat rt-iA'Hytt-to tn fnlt ft t tfaaarit fiiTSftne 1& t-.
24 hours. Weather fall and warm. The- Her
man Paepcke departed down the river at 9 a.
m. with 4 empty barges. Tne Dick Fowler wa
In and out on time.
Ornnd Tower, III., June, 23. Ferd Herold up
late last night. J. B. Flnley up at 9:40 and
Harry Brown up at 9:50 o'clock last night.
The gauge reads 24 feet and stationary.
Weather clear.
Batter nnd Cheese.
New Tork, June 21 Butter firm; creamery,
common to extra, 13S18c; State ditry, common
to extra. 13317c. Cheese Irregular; State full
cream, small, colored, 7UQ8ic; small, white. tj
Stc: large, white and colored, 7UGSic. .
Philadelphia. June 23. Butter steady; fair
demand; extra Western creamery 18c; exttn,
near-by prints 19c Cheese firm; good demand;
New Vora full creams, choice- to fancy new,
JWes4c: do. ralr lo -rood 3834c.
Chicago, June 23. -Butter steadjr; creameries
13VC17&C: dallies 11US16C. Chaase ateady, 74
gsc.
Turpentine nnd Ilosln.
New York. June 21 Rosin quiet; strained,
common to good, f3.es. Turpentine firm.
Savannah. June 23. Turpentine firm. 62Vic.
Rosin quiet: quote A. R. C 32.53: D 32.66; E
32.70; F J2.7S: O 32.80; II S3; I 33.30: K 3140;
M 33.65: N W.S0; W. G. 34.26: W. W. JI.63.
Petroleum.
Oil City. Pa., June 22.-Credlt balances 31.57;
certificates, no bid. Shipment 80,600, average
6.495: runs 89,267, average 74.285. shipments,
Lima. 69,281 average 63,621; runs. Lima, 73,
667, average 3S.S53.
Season's AVool From 10 to 18 Cents.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
San Angelo, Tex.. June 23. Four hundred thou
sand pounds ot this year's growth cf wool were
sold here to-day at price ranging from 16c
to ISc
Surrar Advances S Cents.
New Tork. Jane 23. All grades of refined su
gar .were advanced Co per ISO Uw. to-day.
ST. LOUIS RAILROAD TIME TABLE,
Arrlrtila and Dcpurtnrea of Train at
Union Station.
Dalljr. IDaily except Sunday, t Sun Jay onlr
It Daily exceot tiatunlav.. Dallr Axnnt Satur
day and Sunday. tfSaturday only. JSaturday-j
uiiu Duiiuay uiuy.
IIUKLI.tGTOX HOUTU U.MUX 3TA
TIOX. " '
Trains. Depart. Arrive.
Hannibal and Burlington..... '2:65. am 16:50 pm
Local to Hannibal 7:11am "8:29 Dm
Qulncy and Durllngton t7:41 am t:53 ptn
;t junrpn, ACDnuxu, beanie. i;o am -,lvlii
Rock Island, St. Paul, via
East Side Line S:48 am d!pm
Kansas City, Kansas "am 7:0Spm
Kaixas City 12:40 pm '4:50 pm
Burlington. St. Paul. Minne
apolis i 2:15pm 2:15pm
St Joeph. Lincoln, Neb.,
Demer. Paclnc Const. "ilSpm 6:50 pm
St. Joseph, Omaha, Nebraska,
Dener. Paclilc Coast OiOlpm 7:10am
Kansas City 9:Wpm '(iSam
I Hnolr, Rock Isl'd, Dubuque. "9:15 pm 6:4S am
Burlington. St. Paul, Minne
apolis "7:40 pm "6:52 am
Beardstown Local '6:W pm 11:00 am
Kansai City. Kansas, Okla
homa. New Mexico and Kl
. Pa( r. lltfSpm "7:44 am
Local from Hannibal tU:20 am
I.... II. & ST. L. ItV. (Henderson Ilnnte.)
Fast Mall 8:20 am 7:16 pm
Fnstern TTxr-ress . s:!3pm 7:20am-
THAIN NO. S4 WOULD'H FAIK Bi'a.l.IAI
Leave Louisville 3:30 am
Arrive St. Louis :16pm
TRAIN NO. !B WORLD'S TAIR SPECIAL.
Leave St. Louis.,.., 3.01am
Arrive Louisville 7:W pm
BIG FOUR, ROUTE.
AND LAKE SHORE. NEW YORK CENTRAL
AND BOSTON AND ALBANY.
Depart. Arrive.
Indianapolis and Local t 6:2j am t Wipra
New York. Boston and Cin
cinnati 8:17 am 'S.t.pm
Cincinnati Express ':1:00 am 6:15 pm
Knickerbocker Special 12:00 m '.:W pm
Indianapolis Express 2:00 pm
Mattoon and Alton t 4:20 pm 9:4 am
Matloon and Alton t 6:30 pm
Mall and Express 8:00 pm 2:30 am
New York. Boston and .Buf
falo 'S:30pm 'T'SOam
Cincinnati, Dayton and Co
lumbus 9:40 pm 720 am
New York, Boston and Buf
falo '11:00pm "S:ojim
Cincinnati and Indianapolis
Express 6:30 pm
RIG FOUR AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
Washington nnd Virginia 8:17 am 6:15 pm
Washington. New York and
Virginia '11:00am 7:20om
"Washington, New York and
Virginia 11:00pm 1:45pm
PIO FOUR AND LEHIGH VALLEY.
New York and PhlladelphIa.'ll:0rt am 6:00 pm
New York and rhllailelphla.'ll'OO pm 2:65 pm
New York and Philadelphia. 9:30 pm 7:20 am
BIG FOUR. ERIE RAILROAD AND. PITTa
BURG AND LAKE ERIE.
Buffalo. Elmlra and New ,
York '8:17am V7:20am
Pittsburg. Chautauqua and
New York , 2:00pm 2::3pm
Pittsburg Jphntown and
New York 9:30 pm 9:45 pm
Alton trains leave '10:30 a. m.. 11:50 p. m.
5:45 p. m. Arrlie S:0O a. m.. '1:43 p. m.
Effective June W. 1904
47.. P. & SX L.
Alton Chautauqua, " Spring-
field and Peoria Express... 3:14 am "7:05 pm
Alton, Chautauqua. Spring
field and FeoiU Mall ll;K am Jt'Spm
Chautauqua, Rlhl. Clifton
Tcrraco and Alton 1:47 pmtll:35 pm
Chautauqua. Rlehl. Clifton
Tcrraco and Alton 3:23pm tS:02am
Chautauqua, JeiveyvUle and
Springfield Express '7:25 pm Sasara
Alton. Chautauqua and Gnu-
,,,m -A ttll:10pm 'lOSSpm
Alton, Chautauqua and Graf
'on 1111:47 pmltul pm
FRISCO SYSTKM.
Valley Park Accommodation t6:50 am
Memphis Passenger 7:io am
Texas and Kansas Mall 7:30 am
Pacific Accommodation ...... Sj am
110:10 am
6:17 om
tlillpm
Texan 'iffiam
-Q.O, uui
vaney i-aric AccommodatIomio:- am
Pacific Accommodation 312:55 pm
X
tt:am
vainry -aric Accommooaiion ti: pm
Meteor 2:30pm
t.i:,u Dm
11:30 am
uii'-y f-arn Accoinmoaatlon TJo pm
Cape Girardeau Local 4-00 pm
11:00 am
j'acinc Accommodation ...... 15:24 pm
Valley Park Accomomdatlon ',
1&-.1-1 am
2:20 nm
tS:53 pm
17:10 pm
;7:55 am
7:21am
6.55 am
11-S) cm
17:49 pm
t5:. pm
Valley Park Accommodation 16:24 pm
Valley Park Accommodation 17:20 pm
ValUy Park Accommodation 13:00 pm
Texas and Kansas Limited... ":J5 pm
Western Express 'lO-CIO pm
Valley Park Accommodation
Valley Park Accommodatlon.ll:40 pm
ILLINOIS CTEXTRAL.
Northern Lines.
North Illinois Express ""7:05 am
Chicago Fair Special 8:40 am
Chicago Daylight Special 11:43 am
Duhuque-Kprlngfleld '7:01 pm
Chicago Diamond Special ... S:10 pm
8:40 pm
o;jj pm.
8:04 pm
8-06 am
7:47 am
86 am
8:33 pm
7:36 pm
3:40 pm
11:24 am
7:08 am
7:08 am
Chicago Midnight Special ....11:34 pm
nnnthern T.ln
Accommodation 7.20am
Naeh. and AM. Fast Mall 8:2I am
New Orleans special 1:16 pm
Accommodation 4:30pm
pixie Flyer 8:40pm
New Orleans Limited 11:15 pm
IRON SIOCXTAIN ROUTE.
St. L., Ft. Worth. San An
tonio and Galveston Ex..... lam 'IiMpm
Texas and California x.. "8:1) am 9:30 pm
?fI?",iY'd Mexico Ex ':t)pm 7:30pm
Little R'k and Hot Sp'gs Ex. "Jaipm ISjui
Texas and Mexico Ex 8:40 pm, 7SB pm
Texas Express '820 pm 7:18km
Fast Mall ISBam 7:30pm
Local Ex. Texark. to St. L. 1:0 pm
Memphis Express "9:00 pm 7&7am
Belmont Passenger. S.-OOam .ls nm
, ILLINOIS DIVISION. V
Cctton Belt Express M:43 pm lill am
St. Louis and Chester Ac 4:10 pm 10:28 am
Cotton Belt Mall s:M nm s-r.srw.
FOURTH STREET AND CHOUTEAU AVE-s
De Soto and Bismarck Ac... 5:30 pm 3:ISam
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Fast Mall 3:00 am '10:03 pm
Local Express 7:05 am '5-JOpm
California Express 9:O0 am 6:01 pm
Washington Accommodation.. 13:25 pm 13-00 am
Omaha Limited 8:10 pm ftsoara
Kansas and Colorado Ex.. . .10:10 pm T:ipam
Kansas Cltv Express. ......... f :05 pm 4:w pm
Joplln and Southern Kas. Ex. 7S!2 nm 86 am
Kansas and Nebraska Ex.. .. 11:59 pm "7:21 am
Creve Coeur Lako trains leave Union Station
at '6:15 a. m.. "!:15 a. m,, 31:30 p. m. and 14:31
p. m.
Oak Hill trains leave Union Station at 15:45
a. m., 110:10 a. m., 15-C0 p. m. and 1820 p. m.
KIrkwood trains leave Union Etatlon at 17:00
a. m., "7:33 a. m., 17:50 a. m., 111:20 a, m- 21:00
p. m., 14:10 p. m.. 1SM0 m.. tC.UJ p. ro., G:25
p. m. and 111:20 p. m.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE.
Florida Limited 4:15pm 1:23pm
Fast Mall 8:20am 7:16 pm
Southern Express ,.... 8:45 pm 720 am
McLeansboro Accommodation 4:5 pm 9:C0am
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
CONVENTION IS OPENED.
Nearly COO Delea-aics Attend Session
of MIhsouH Association at the
Second Bnptlst Church.
With nearly E00 delegates and visitors
present from various parts of the coun
try and some abroad, the eighteenth an
nual convention of the Missouri Christian
Endeavor Union opened its sessions in the
Second Baptist Church last night under
the presidency of Guy Withers.
Officers of the convention say that tho
attendance is more than gratifying, and
that tho prospects are that fully 1 000 win
attend the sessions of the next four days.
Tho many classes of people attending tho
convention English, American, Japanese,
Chinese and Flnlandcrs givo It more of
an International aspect than merely a
State affair.
St, Louis's famous Century Chorus
Choir, consisting of 1,000 trained voices,
under the leadership of W. Davies Pitt
man, did not make Its appearance last
night as had been scheduled, but wl'l be
a special feature on to-dav's tiroeramme.
Tne session opened at o clock last
night with a praise service. In which all
present participated. This was followed
by an address on "Tho Christianlzatlon of
China" by Young L. Fontr of Sfcaiuthal.
This subject had been assigned to Wang
Chlng Chun, but the latter was prevented
from participating In the programme be
cause of illness.
Max Saxbach of Hemingsford, Finland,
vho is at the head of the Christian En
deavor movement in his country, spoke of
conditions as he found them there. He
said that In tho few years In which the
work has been established In Finland the
promoters have succeeded In establishing
thirteen socictijs. with a total member
ship of more than 400. Ho spoke very en
couragingly of the future of the Christian
Endeavor movement among his people.
"The Perpetual Increase of Christ's
Kingdom" was the subject of an address
by Arthur McLean, president of the For
eign Charities Missionary Society, with
headquarters In Cincinnati. O. Mr, Mc
Lean spoke of the progress Christianity
had made since Us foundation until to-day
there Is not a part of the earth where
some Christians are not to be found.
The various commltteees on nomina
tions, resolutions and plan of the work
will be appointed at the session this morn
ing. The election of officers will be held
Monday,
SOT ALLOWED TO GRADUATE.
Fred FInke, the young High School boy
of Belleville, will not be allowed to gradu
ate with his class, because he played prac
tical Jokes. SInco the announcement that
he -would be barred first was made his
classmates have tried In every way to
nave the order rescinded.
TIIE n. & o. s-w.
Trains. "Depart. Arrive.
Royal- Blue Limited .......... 3:52 am 6:0Qpm
World's Fair Flyer ttun 8-30 pio
Metropolitan Express -Spm
Mound City Express 1:!lpa
Expcslt.cn Special ..llrOO run 7:68 am
Fast Mall , V2-05 am 1Z-.VI pm
Clncfnnat! Accommodation... 18:16 am 16:52 pm
Vlncennes Accommodatloa... 78:16 am 3:30 pm
Flora Accommodation t5:40pm 13:32 am
Vlncennes Accommodation .. 10:00 om
(Tuesdays and Thursdays from World's Fair
grounds.)
Vlncennes Accommodation .. . 10:40 pm
(Tursilays Jind Thtiradais. runs to World's
Fair grounds.)
Vlncennes Accommodation .. 10:40 am '
Sunday W:C4 p. m. Union Station; 1025 a. nv.
I'nlon Station.
Vlncennej, Accommodation .. 2626 pm
MOBILE AND OHIO.
New Orleans. Mobile and
Monfonerv L'nl"-i -9-26pm 3'52pni
New Orleans. Mobile and
Montgomery Fast Mail '8:00 am 8:48ara
Cairo. Jackson and Miosis-
slrml Exnres C:34 pm 832 pm
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
Peasant Hill pasetnger 3:01am 6:30pm
Kansas City, El Paso. Den
ver, Los Angeles and San
Francisco Express 720 pm -7:60 aa
Belle raseneer - fi'SS om OrnSam
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN KAIL
WAY. fCOTTOM BELT F.OUTE.')
Arkansas and Texas Mall.... 9-26am 5:66pm
The Texas Train '4-52 pm 11:20 am
Arkansas nnd Texas Ex...... '9:43 pm 7:12am
ST. LOUIS AND HASNIDAL RAILWAY.
(Via Wnliasn.)
Mall and Express 17:01 am 111 :10 ara
Mall and Express 15:30 pm 16:14pm
S02JTUERN RAILWAY.
ST. LOUIS-LOUISVILLE LINES.
St Louis Exposition Limited. 11-00 am '4:66 pm
Princeton. Atlanta, etc 7:32 am '6-20 pra
Princeton Accommodation .... 15-34 nm 21000 ara
Lnuls,lHe and Florida 10:10 nm TiTJ am
ST. LOUIS SinnCIIANTS' nRIDGB
TERMINAL RAILAVAY SUIIURDAN
TRAIN SERVICE.
Eastbonnd Lca,ve Eighth and Gratiot streets
dally-9:10 a. m.: 1:50, 6:15. 6-30 p. m. Except
Sunday 4:19. 6:18, 7:37. 10:30 a. m.: 1208. 3:40.
:35 p. m. Saturdsr and Sunday only 11:17 p.
m Sunday only 6:24. 705 a.m.: 11-25 p. m.
Leave Washington avenue dally 8:14 a. m.f
1:55. 5:20, 6:15 p. m. Except Sunday 4:23. (-21.
7:42. 10:34 a. m.; 12:12. 3:45. 800 p. m. Saturday
and S-anday only 11:25 p. m. Sunday only
5:28. 7:10 a. m.; 12:23 p. m.
Westbound-Leave Granite Cltv dallv-l:12.
3:00. 5:58. 7:13 p. m. Except Sunday 5:13. -04.
".-02. 8:21. 9:53, 11:10 a. m.: 4:40. 9:17 p. m. Sat
urday only 4:45 p. m. Sunday only 353. 800,
10:00 a. m. Saturday and Sunday only 11:53 p.
m. Except Saturday and Sunday 6:50 p. m.
Leave Madison dally 1:16. 3-03. 6:05. 7:17 p.
m. Except Sunday 5.19, 609, 7:06, 829. 10.0
p. m. Sunday only 5:W. 805. 1005 a. m. Sat
urday and Sunday only 11:58 p. m.
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS AND WESTERN.
4CLOVER LEAF ROUTE.)
"The Commercial Traveler,"
Toledo, Detroit. Buffalo,
New York 7:30 pm l-SSam
"Eastern Express," Illinois.
Indiana. Ohio and Eastern
Points Tam J-34nra
"Ramsey Accommodation"
, 326 pm 12
12:lt pm
VANDALIA MM.
PENNSYLVANIA LINES WEST OF PITTS
BURG PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Fast Mall "2:-J)am "2:15 am
Local Express "12liia 4:40pm
Keystone Express 8:il am 7:W pm
New York Limited '12:30 pm 10 pm
Ohio and Virginia Express.. . '12:15 pm 1:34 pm
Logansp't and Ft. TTa'ne Ex. '8:04 pm '7:04 am
Pittsburg Special '8:15 pm 7-I2am
New York Express 11:33 pm 9-40pm
Effingham Accommodation... 520 pm 3:40am
WAHASII.
Eastern Lines.
Continental Limited 9-OOam 7:13 pm
Toledo. N. Y.. Boston Ex.... 'S30 pm 'l-Xl in
Toledo. N. Y.. Boston Mall.. 2:nm 200 am
Midnight Limited 11:35 pm JrWpra
Toledo Local Express.. '6:45 am 9:0fl pro
Cincinnati and Indianapolis. T9-00 am 17:13 pm
Cincinnati and Indianapolis. 8-20 pm a8-04 am
Jacksonville Lal Express. . 16:45 am 17:13 pm
Chicago Lines.
Banner Express Chicago .... "3 :22 am T:llpm
Banner Limited Chlcsro 3-05 pm "7:33 am
Midnight Limited ChlTago... 11:32 pm 8:13 am
Kansas City Lines.
Kansas Cltv Exnres 9-onam 6:14 pm
Kansas City Fas: Mall 2:31pm 1:50 am
Kansas City Limited 10:13 pm (-60 am
Kansas Cltv Midnight Llrn... 11:45 pm '7:15 am
Northwestern Lines.
Council Bluffs. Omaha Ltm.. ":"am liSlora
Minneapolis, St. Paul Llm 2:10 pm 2:00 pm
Overlind Limited Omaha,
Salt Lake City l-JOanr 7:15 am
Ottumwa. Des liolnes Ex.... 9.-00 am (:14 pra
Ottumwa. Des Moines and
Minneapolis. St. Paul. Lim
ited '9:00pm "7 -00 ara
-J Local Trains.
West Moterly and Kansas
Cltv 7-01am 7ainm
Moberlv Local 520 pm 11:10 am
East Decatur Local 4:40 pm 11:04 am
East Jacksonville Local 14:40 pm tll-01 am
Suhurban Trains.
Depart From Union Station: Klnloch "Park.
t6M5 n. m.: Ferguson Accommodation. 13:15 a.
m.; Ferguson 1:46 p. m.. 420 p. m. From
OUve Street Station: SU Charles. 11 a. m..
3:10 n. m.- Brtdceton. 14:1S p m.. 16:43 a. m.;
Ferguson Accommodation. S-SO a. m Htt p.
m.. 'lSB n. m.. 15:45 p. m.
Arrive Union Station: Fertrusnn Accommoda
tion; "405 n. m- t5:40 p. m.. 112:25 p. m.. 1W1
s. m.. 21021 a. m. At O'lve Street station: 8t,
Charles 1:4 p.- m.r 7:4S s. m r Klnloch 16:37
a. m.: Rrldseton. 3:40 a. m.. 18:10 o. m.: Fer
guson. 1fl:?o...jn.. T3lS p- m.. 1325 n. zn.
Arrive and depart at world's Fair Station
World's Fair Accommoda
tion , ....110-00 am 110:10 am
Arrive and depart from St. Ivnls Ave
Ferpusoh Accom 17-23 rm 17:50 pm
M., K. & T. KY. 'Tlin KATY."
"Katy Fair Special" 9:15 am (-29 pm
Columbia. Sedalla and S. W. "0-21 am "ISlpra
The Katy Fyr" '8:rtnm 7:27 am
Mo.. Kas. and Sourtwest.. .. 11:45 pm "6:30 am.
CHICAGO AND ALTON.
Chicago Trains.
The Altcn Limited "3:04 am 72S pm
Pralrls state Express U:02 pm "S:! pm
P-tlace Express ,. 9-nopm 7:17 am
Midnight Special 11:49 pm 1:10 am
Kansas. CItr Trains.
Missouri Stats Express. Kan
sas and Colorado, 9W am 4:S3pm
Midday Special ... i.1S:40pm IWtpm
Kansas City Night Express... 9:10 pm (-59 am
Midnight Special, Kansas.
Indian and Oklahoma Ter
ritories and New Mexico. .. 11.-01 pm '7:14 am
Local Trains.
Sprtntrfield, via Alton. ,730 am 18.-00 pm
Jacksonville and Louisiana.. 71 am 10-ns om
Bloorolngton via Jacksonville. 1733 am 180) pro.
The. Alton Limited. Peoria... 49:01 ami72S pm
Springfield. Peoria, Bloom-
lngton. Dwlght 12:2) pm UrOOpm
Bloomlngton Accommodation
via Jacksonville 12:43 pm 113:40 pm
Jacksonville Accommodation. 700 pm 19:0' am
Louisiana and Roodhoue.... 3-O0pm
Springfield. Capital City Flyer I:U pm 9:40 am
Snelnrfield Evcnrston TX-AI am 21020 nm
Alton Special 210:58 pm
STEAMBOATS.
ss---t-(ayrisie-saf-1a'4-s--i-
LOWER MISSISSIPPI.
ST. LOUIS AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET SO
Excursion Season Now Open.
I days: 3 rivers; ( States; mountain scenery;
enly (is for round trip. Including meals and
berth. Steamer City of Memphis will leave
vrharfboat foot ot Pine sL, Friday, June'21.
at 5 p, m.,for Ste. Genevieve, St. Marra, Chester,
Wittenberg. Cape Gliardeuu, Cairo, Faducah
and all landings on Ohio. Cumberland and Ten
nessee rivers to Waterloo, Ala. Phones 46Aan4
A 112. JNO. E. MASSE.SQALE. Agent.
LEE LINE STEAMERS;
TO MEMPHIS ?lonadTrlpVs12.
For Chester, Urand Tower, cape Olrardeau.
Cairo, Memphis, Helena, Friar Point. Oreen
vtile, Vlcksburg and all way landings; also
landings on Arkansas River, Including Pin
Bluff and Little Bock.
FERD HEROLD, Friday, June 24. S p, m.
STACKER LEE. Tuesday, June 3,1p.m.
From v-harfhoat, foot or OUve st.
Phone Main HM5A; Klnloch. A TCt. '
D. M. CONKERS. General Agent.
W. E; Albttz. Com Agt.
RAGLE PACKET COMPANY.
Strs. leave sharfboaC foot of Vine street, for
Cape Girardeau. Chester. Ste. (lenerteve aaa
way landings, everv Monrtav and Friday. 1p.m.
Sir. CAPE C1HARDEAU.
ILLINOIS niVER Str. Grer Enisle, for
Peoria and way landings every Wednesday and
Saturday. 4 p. m.
slain 223, Klnloch C 1204.
IL W. LETHE.. Agent.
STEAMER CHESTER
Round Trip", 14.00, Meals and Berth Include-.
Will leave wbarfhoat. loot at Locust St.. Tues
days. Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 p. m.
for Cape Olrardeau and way landings.
Phone Mala 1319: Klnloch D (03.
WM. K, PERISTON. Agent.
STEAMER GREENLAND,
Through passenger -jacket for Pittsburg,
will leavo foot of Market street tor Pittsburg;
and way points Saturday, Juno 25, at 11 p.
m. For information, apply on board or to
Hunter Ben Jenkins, agent.
Phones-Bell. Main 22k Klnloch, 327.
UPPER-MISSISSIPPI.
rllsS-iWBn-ats-V'MMl,
DIIMGHD JO LIME STEAMERS
SPECIAL EXCURSION!
Heals and bsrib Included, ewj Wed. and
Sat. to Keokuk, la., and return. $6.00.
For Keokuk, In.,
STKAMlill SIDNEY
Leave every Wednesday and Saturday, 4 p. in.
FOR ST. PAUL, SUNN.
Str. DUBUQUE; Friday. June 24, p. la.
Str. ST. PAUL, Monday, Jane 27, p. m.
Btr. QUINCY, Thnrsiay, June 30, 4 p. m. '
From foot Washington ave.
Phone Main 1I47A. I8AAC.P. LUSK. Gen. Agt.
The ease was appealed to tho School
Board of Cast St. Louis, but the member
at a meeting last sight decided azalnac ,
th brrx. ,
i
o
k
i

xml | txt