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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. AUGUST 13. 1904.
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r.vitus ron -jai.k.
CAM. rr vrlte for August number of the
"Great Western Monthly,' containing farms,
orchards timber and mineral lards Com verj
Mnte and Territory In tho Untied ststes Great
"Western Ilealtj and llnanco Co. 1000 Chestnut
t-t . St Louis Mo
YOB. Polo or Kxchance Illinois farm. 160
ncres. etoct rron and farming implements Ad
dress 228 Montrose ave
suiiutin. I'ltfirnitTi ron si.i
T.n fiA tf1iiiVitn rtf .'n! f. ririfi nt flH-
iiYnut 120 M4 O lie
$35, run-
A TUFDO I'AIIt No 1. a new 0 room. two
ptorj trick house, lmh nnd reception hall,
latest Imirovcmcnt. j; mo, SOT iloivn 1 alanco
53 per month .No : a 10 room frtn-o house
linth and reception hall latent Improvements.
S3 &"). easy terms Merorrr-c Highlands red cur
parses lis the door, thrco b'ocl s south of Lako
Junction Sfitlon Missouri rnrllle Ilsllrosl five
Works rortli of Old Orchard htsllon. Frisco
Jtsllrond. rnuth-nst corner of Cnrk live on 1
Lue-led boulevard large, lorn Inquire It E
e.regon, Tcxelo Mo or Mr A P Oliver,
room 40. Demenlal bid?
ri:itoN i
A nrrmcTIVn (prlvntc) doc shadowing an 1
Invcrtlcatlrg ref p O Ilox TO - Iml.
A DFTntTiv n VV hen de-lrlng n Ices of prl
vale eleleclives In corfltence, address GU 12.
TlfruMlc
"nit e'7rAI 2J12 VVn.hlncton treats lrrcg
nlarltl . and all 'emalo troubles Cf years est.
tuts i iueiil. icw c jtrmmt reins
e- nfln.ments sdoptlcn If desired ladle", call
5ECBET SOCIKTIES.
KMGim or PI 'I III AS.
VMMAMAMAAM
Acme LouGn. .no :it, k. or. r. meets
every lnurBcia) e.entnK at it o clooc. Weal
Oiie Hall, norttmist corner orand anl E-tcra
cut nuts. Members requited to attend rtffU
larl. MsUcrs conliallj lnlted
rHA.Sk ULHHY. c c
G W. CUXton, K. ct 1L &. fa. 11U St. Louts
avenue
CAalLJi HALL COLUMBIA LODGE .NO.
.&, K. ol 1. roet-is even Tuewjaj even
lib. Century building, inth and Olive, t-afct
Hall. Members reuuistul to bd rrecut. Msit
era welcome
ALEXAMM.U .NICUOLhON. C a
J V Dfniir-f) K. cf It & S
CUlUltt (JKKAT LODl.b, .NO 76. K. OE
1 r. licwiira s UmII, Thiruetn ana our".
mes tverj tanttsl at a o clock Uorjt. al
viava on lurnd. Msloib wtlcome
it. v ritiTfiCJU-u, a c.
V A Ilobert. K. ol It u fa
MOUOC LX)lJ(r.. .NU .j K. OK I . MKC1S
evt.i Iueda vinlnR ut i o clock at
Ant ho- Hall, KoiuMvrs,, torucr JeTcrwin ami
'rk acnu-R T.lct Ccinpton llriichtn. 1'ar or
Jrrerron avtnur (.ate McintKTB uth eicutcj
nnd vtfltom cord I all invited to uttend. Wuik
in lank of Isqulre Also nckr
J( ?v01li:ihXI, C C
I II (Taw K of H C S
BIG DROP IN WHEAT PRICES
UNDER LIBERAL OFFERINGS.
SElVPKMKKil LOSES P. 1 lc OF
ITS ADVANCE.
Corn Down lie to SSc; Onts Off
.!4c; l'roxisions Dt'clinr
c to ;cc.
rittio TN' I. cuaranted in ilee nn-rre-jl
m J' Iwtx l)r ciyaux ZT2 Washington
IIII"ei my irirulilor never fallj complete
treatment frt-e Mrs i: tair i2 rrankfln
UM)1K will not rcEirt calllnc on Mr Hol
lrnd conflnement-. low et t rice HV, N fth
MIDWIlI-ltecelei during ron: lddln in
trouble call: lnfnnt adojtel CT4S Ifnjette.
5JUS. A, fcCHllOiaril receive confinements,
lad ea call Z4T Franklin ne.
;.nts nriiiGi .-wiico hour, s tn i. n
mJiclne nM5 I.iclede r lfC4 Undell oM
Mltb l)lt SMITH. M lHHon nbolute e
cluslon befnr and durlnr cotiltnment terms
reasonable lnumont C4t Klnloch 1IISD
PftlVATr: homes for lilies durlnr eonfne.
ment, eepecllllv a1i:ted to thoo ulhltiff to
aold expcuro trnlied nures bft of cire
rerfrct recluslt n all 01e-is3 and Irresularlth
ftklllfullv trcTted tho onlT Institution of tio
kin J tn th rfi In charco of n reirulir tradj
atM and rel.atlo nhvlcian Coll or nd lre3
Thwlclan y; j Txventv third t neeir OI've
Itl'J-ION'-IHI-n, eiulet person -Mil cill nnd
take cnmtrlsKlon from partlr de siring to It t
em local and forelcn rac lie laG. Republic
PACiric ii)Gi. no r k or p.
meets Wednevdij .enlnir, Ausust It,
Centurj I till line, Mnth mil e) 1 streets
Work in rink of hsulre wtom Invited
: S HultlSto.N. c C.
W A .n. K r( II i h .
f 1TIIAGOHAS IXIDGI NO u. K. OF 1 .
. .. '"" er Wednee('u nenlnc at eastl.
halt, no tlineal eonier O nnd and I 4Ston die
mi... at o clock Mimber.expn.tid lsltlrs
hiotrers always welcome
,. . . C II HOI.IXY C C.
E. I Mincer. K of It .t 3 . ZAj lesion av
1 ue KlnMeh 1 Ut
w
AllAbll 1XMXHZ. .NO Ut, K. OF P
meets everv 1uedav eintri. t c,i
i Mi,. Bvuiu,.Ki kuni'-i u vdunujr ami uenion
Murust 16 o-k In tie rank of rsoutre ta
lstoii welcome O I. OsllOIiN. CL ei
X! C Shulte. K. cf P. & b
ZU1.KMA LODGB NO 1 K OF P.
meets Monday eveninc Aucuft l n hall
No 1, tenth floor Centur bulldlnx at o clock.
Wert. In rank of Knuht. umpilflcd. Calcium
and new electrical effects Members expected
and visitors cordiallv invited to attend.
... . l'RAMC J 01.U!Llt. C. C.
A."5?'v. M Urtks. IC of it t a
V O Box 10i
TAPBWOI'M expelled, stomneti bo vein live-,
hldnev and bad(,-r trouble cursd 107A N. 3th.
i:xpi:ut ui:n:cTiK i:uncE
tendered owporatlon- and Individ lls, best
references; not reanonable rates, ccnflden'lal;
havo no er failed. Ick Hex S2,
GOLDEN SEAL
Imi.! ittculator: prlc-t
11 IS31 ailngton av
MRS. WARRANCE, MIDWIFE.
Private hm for ali before nnfl dnrtntr con
flnmrot: Infanta adootrd orfpct necluFlcn:
t-art rvir !n orc Jjidies In troub'e. call or
wrltf 2ifWA Qliv" Tihon i;j;c
DOCTOR HOGAPJ, 2215 OLIVE.
Medical and runrfcnl dilate of women a
sfpcinJlj, operations Firillfullv performrd
ratlenta rcled at anr tlrni?. befom nnd
5urtnc confinement; lnfioita nrlopte3. If de
sired, trained nure-t, home comforts ladiei In
trouble, call or write, terms reasonable. Con
wultatlcn free
MRS.ANN1ENEWLAND
rrivate licensed horr for ladles tefore and
durlnr conflrement, oldest and most reliable
Institution In the Suite, established oxer forty
yftarti; home comforts; motherlr care; infants
adented lrremil a titles successfully treated, mt.
lsfsctlon rvaranteed. ladles In trouble, call or
wrlttt. 2231 A O lvo st
MISCniXAMSOtS.
.,.fy,fy.-in - ,
LlllA CUi-xinu NO SI, 1. O V A Ji
Meots everj Monda evenlnc at Ante.
Jlall. northwest cornr of Jeffefcn averue and
I'eetolozzi street. Mcltors aro welcome
.. 1 A tt UISMA NThU c.
R Boll pecre'ary i"0i Gasconade street
ST. LOUIS COUNC1U NO. :6 U. C. T.
inesta first and third Saturdays la th
monta. in Hall N'o. 1 Century bulldlntr Ma
nors welcomed S is. MultbP tecrciary
404 N i-ecwnl hL
WEEKLY BANK CLEARINGS.
St. Lonis Shows a Docrc.abo of 3.1
Per Cent.
New Tork, Aug II Tho follow !ng tablo.
complied b Bradstreet. shows the bank
clcarlri at tho principal citle. for the
ivptk ended August U. tilth tho percentage
of Increase and decreojo as compared with
the corresponding; week last jcar.
Or E3nnniQ srai ,wihiiutton o.r.
11. WIIIII3 rerular licensed physi
cian and surceon. conducts the onlv respectable
panltarUm for confinement In this city, perfect
Meclunlon and home comforts trained nurse
lowest terms, all female troubles skillfully
treated under nbwlt-te iru-erantee, ladles, when
Peedlnr a epclallst. come or write me
M. MARY ARTHUR,
tSil TVaibInpton ave , condu-Hs r flr3t-cla?s san
Itarlam for cmflnments, infants adopted; ele
gant accommodations, 20 jear-V eiperlnc,
trained nurses ladj's. when needlnn; a speclal
1st. coro- or wrte. strictly respectuble
nnTisTRY.
TEE TH
Save the Natural Teeth by fill
ing or crowning. Restore the miss
ing ones by Bridges or Plates.
DR. E. C. CHASE,
H. C Cor. Plxth and Locust 8ts . St. LouU.
iWDKPKjnJExr nnnnn odd fei
lows.
...--.-... . - .
A NCIIOR IODGE. N'O 2i I. O O. p'
meets erery Mondaj evening at S-hurtte's
Ball, Nineteenth and Wrltsht streets Work In
the degrees' Visiting- brethren welcome.
- ., .. B- " O'tBAR, N. O.
David Petty, Secretary, riu North N'lntli
srtreet
GOLXIEM BCKITKR LODGE. NO. B7. I. O.
O p.. meets every Saturday erenlar at
Anne a Hall comer of Jefferson avtnua and
Festalotzl street. Visitors cordlallr Invited and
members expected to attend. J. B. Puglt.
noble grand. Ml Kansas street: H. J, Petersen.
Ice grand. 4311 Arsnal street: A. RameL sii
Dickson street, recording secretary Grant c
Green, financial secretary, No. ttH Louisiana
KTenue
IVI ound crrr lodop. so, pt, i o. o
i?iM, l " m".U -A hall No t e5dS Peilow.
bonding. econd and fonrtli Saturdaya at n.
m. Vlsitora cordially invited to attend
n ,, . -" WBIIJ-E. Noble Orand.
O II. P Orundon. becretary.
ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. B. I. O. O. F
meeu every nalurday rrrnlnr at 1
S0,.0'-'1 i?"'- "-u'K-lni, with5ast eor"
Sr..2"-01 .&nJ Olive sueeta. In hall NoTl.
tJZli welcome ana membr expected to at-
H.
TC lliTIIPi-itM r
ir.fi - . ,wv,
iimiihoh. csecreuiry.
TEMPLAR LODGD. NO M. I. a O, P..
Hall No. 3. Odd rtllowa bunding, corner Mnth
and Olive, at I o'clock. Visitors cordially Invit
ed to attend. First degree Baturday, August U
. LLOID a MILLltR, N. O.
narry A. Whluker. Eecretary.
W1LUEY LOUGE. NO 2, J. o. O. P
meets lueaday evening of each week al
hall No I. Odd Fellows building, corner Ninth
nd Olive, at t ocloclr. Work In degree of
Friendship Visiting brothers Invited to at-te?.?-
J A- J- UALKIMI'LE. N. Q.
W. D. ned. Seaetary.
AACIEST PIIEB AHD
,., , . ACITEITKD MASOlia.
jA LL M VSTKIl MASOVS ARC INVITED TO
oth"r''-;i,-Jn0-it1.wor'hlr'1-1 kr"nd marrter.
iltJ, iLi.nVK ,unn- at th nttI' "f Lamb!
akin Lodge. No 410 comer of Mancheiter and
Chout.au avenues. hatunla, August 13 1 at '
Jtoo-P-thU-nli "vi"151 lri ' V"S th,"Vorn.?
VSZ.h P new t igoner Memorial M: E
Fr5rr,.nv r "' Tajlor-and Gibson avenu-s
Fraternally, u. FAI.KENH INEII,
IMlt-Dep G M. Thlrty-thlrd 1)1..
. Al-llK IXJDGE. NO 41. A F. & A. M
kdlSSVB
. T. Vvatkln,. Secreta. " 'IE1- ' X
. .,?i" A. M. will hold special eoinmuA
Msito'we'lccr J,al "r - 2
W. I.
uruiiuu W. JAMES. V,
Reinolds, jr. bccrelAry.
M.
G OIIJ I3DGE. NO 21. A P. & A
i. - M -su';'1 communication Haturdai? .Venl
llig. August SO, 1904. at oclcilr.eiii.ifv;
-0 Bouth Uroodway" Wok Ml M "S?
ff SSOURI IXMTKln NO J, A. P l. m
I Btt-tej communication on Thursday. auT
rust Jit. at 7 p m. In Corinthian Hall
Orond Avenue Masonic Temple roT&timt
pevcral oandllales Memhera Ind -SsTtiwi
brethem ro requested to attend ""
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Chlcnso. aub 1: Wheat prices nctrlj
turned turtle) today under a, tldil w."ie
Of lonff VllMt, -tpt Ion ThflS'iC of
Its advnnie. vta.shd nvvay In tho dtlUR'"
At tho cIo-. of tridltiB thtt option
cliowcd 1 net los-e of 2J,c as comiiirc.il
with Msterel'i's fltnl 11kui;s Coin Is
Irtwn 'ia,e Oils ate off c l"rolslons
nr from Oo to .Xc Ui-cline
11 BAT
News from the Northwest w.13 Ics uk
ccstho of utter ruin to the mowing
wheat ctop tlnn anv lime for a week
The nttrkct .iltnoot from tho stall ap
peared to lni struefellnc undet 1 heav
loid of lone when S.ntlmcm .it tin" !m
mcilltto OIK!li!lK v iereel botnttii conll
denco and 'iuptcion of tho new outlook,
with 11 leanlne; toward th latter Tho
Initial bid for S pt nt H 01fil fti were
unclt instd to .c limber Then the 1 nee
bc?.in to fiUffci
Tliero weto man trtdtra who bclleve.il
tho train cheap .11 the frictioml elce lines
that ensued .ind nc irly evc-rv reter'e
was follo.ved bv it parti ti recover the
weight of tho load of lone when, how
ever, was too much for the supporters of
eiiu in unci oicp u step .uues i-ettica
uicii uiiiu nepi was clown to Jl uiyi uii
Tho final oftorts of the bulW emlv c.per
nted to stctidv tho tone and bririj aLout
11 Hhiide of improvement 111 price -ept
closed almost on the bottom, the litest
sales belnc at SI OH,
Ir.id-treet's report of whtt inI Hour
etports for the week .--ho ved !lljv tu,
nsainst l.JTt'.WJ Lu a, week ajjo and . IU
W) bu last je.ir.
Clearances of vt he tt and flour to-day
were equal to S3 Son bu J'rlmar receipts
were 24.'00 bu larger thtiti a vear ai,o
Minneapolis. Ihtluth und Chlcaifo reported
receipts of I'Ji ears, ug ilnit Jii ears lase
week ani HI ears .1 voir jk"
Corn was affected bj the favotablo
character of the weather, which showed
Improvement both us to temperature and
precipitation bept. at tho outlet, never
theless, showed the upllftlns Inlluence of
llsht receipts, which were bcarce Iv more
than sufficient for e urn nt recUrcnient.s
The- llrmness of wheat prices at tho outlet
also helped Sept , the Icac'lnj; option,
starting unchanged to 'sc hisner, ad
vanced on free covering to Ic With tho
wotback In wheat, however, quantities f
Ion corn carro out and prlcm declined
cepc. corn ciosea a sniicta above the bot
tom at uS-sSi"3. Local receipts were 113
cars.
OATS
Oats eventually suffered, In sjmpathy
with the easier tone in wheat, although
tha market maintained an ttndertono of
confidence, au evidenced bv smaller offer
ings on the decline Sept opened firm
with a ealn of c at 3tc, takfnir its tone
from tho early firmness in wheat and ad
vancmc under moderatelv liberal sunnort
to 34T.c Liter, on realizing, bept dcdned
to S3-J.SS3",c, weadjlng Just before, tho
close, when fhorts covered. Pinal trades
were a shado above the bottom at 33Tic.
Local receipts were 375 cars
RANGE OF rUTUREB
wneat
roll to traders and "peculators at verj mean
trices
BELT AM) IlLTCHER STEERS
No Av 1 r No Av Ir No Vv. Pr
2j 1411 U 75 11 1101 4 ' 2 117J S4 00
2 l.-uu 110 t OjO 3 DO
V ctcrns
20 11 3 SO 3 10SC 4 4;
Butcher Cittle Tlrc was a very uneatlfac
lorj tone to Irldlv's marlie rre.h reeelpti
were light anl ..vcri with luldovers there did
not Mem to ! too manv 1 ut nt an rate tt
wa. evlclen tl at the r.umter offere I M,a. mere
than loe il tes'l lc cired for mil there was al
mot no market though white city butchers
lrf-uUit ftlHiut their usual 1 rcporll' n 1 ackers
111 nothing and It vios well nlg'i linilble to
kit I lie
lor what 1 cal lutc'irs coull ue this week
tho nniket hi sh wn filr ten 1 aides but oul
11" or thin It las ben ilecWc-ll mean and iin
favorable few lots of strict! (.ocil to cliflce
lelfers and bt-st heiivv cons have been taken by
packi r but there his ben 1 gr ulual tmevm
ileelln 111 vale urnonntliu- grnerall to
imupd 2. The bulk of the tral" thl3 week
has leer nnjwlnro from 21' iMc lower en me
dium anl pr tlv col etref-e-i bf cows anl
on f ilr to geml gra-se and ecirn fed heifers Thin
etoe k .ttll .-lis verv stowlv nnd -"arc'l an.,
of ttile i lev 1. wanted and I rices ar- ei-ee-ptii
'iiltj lew
HI II I It
No Ai Pi m v I r N'o Av Pr
K J4 A 31 713 SI 'A 1 ". It 00
1 "v 13 S'e 3 1 1 13 8-S -'SO
F "ill . 0
COW s
lv; u.i t sio 7, - ei5 2",
4 ll-i If) c iic J O I 10 1 7S
- .. m Ia
RIVER NEWS.
nisi- and Tall of the Itivers
Por 24 hours ending at 7 a m .
Ft Louis Krl lav . uc 12 I'M
Danger Gauge Chanse
2 1: .
: to
rifl
: 40
iiai.1 m.i:-
el'er Heidi
70 " -Jl S3 ; (.1
(Price jer 1W itunds )
1 l'( . 1 iso ,7. 6 143 3 .fl
S 1"' r 1JV. i J27 f fit
VI Vltt IV. s AM) 111 III I IC
is 217 - 1 3 0 2 -0 17 ;o" ;;
2 2,0 2 i.)
f-Ol Till UN CVTTI.I-rreh r'celpls e'
quarantine we-ro around 4 cars -ind with 23 cars
of rollovers 3 j reitj fair sui plv was avail
1 ble riie market w is in a -.t ule letter ehsp".
owing to tb fact thit the -upi ly contained
IT " Iv ft e'ece-lt ind irettv l,ood class of steers
w. Iplitng fr 11 jm to 1 m It. in 1 for which
there- wss somj 1 Itle elmalil and as a result
Hm ni-rk't wis mirf nctlve In a general wae.
all fn h nrrlva's eol i treng. thcugh some hod
overs ,f ihe-tj weights were bet etealv. Billing
nt Thur-li s bids st,.. r. vveUhlng belsw S'10
Its ns a rul" boll "lowli anl st no time
tetter tlnn 1-teadv There wen ver fw cows
or nves icieel nnd thj uold In lice with
the I revtous elaj
TI3 Vb AN'D INDIAN' STEELS
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Stations
Plttsburr
ParKcrsburg .,
Cincinnati .. ...
IiuisvllIe
Na"hvllle
Chattanooga
h lorence
Tohnonvllle ...
Evansvllle
st Paul
''lbuiue
Davcnnort
Kniluk
Hannibal
Hennletown ....
Gr tfton . . .,
Omaha
Kansas city
(.laseow
1 oonvlllo .. .
Hcrinann . ..
st Iouis
cluster
Cilru
Vemthl.
IJttl. Lock
kkbiiig
Shreveimrt
New Orleans
Jtl'e- 1-all
EDWARD II HOWIE.
local I orecaster
Illver I'eirecn.t.
Elver, in the -H It uls .llstriet w-tl fall
fljwlj dcrlttg th next 2 hours
tl 0 It -0 3
t . 0 3 2 -0 2
M0 b 7 00
2? 0 4 0 0 1
4)0 2 3 -0 t
23 J 3 2 -0 1
16 0 2 7 '0 7
21 0 2 9 ) 4
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STEAMBOATS.
sT-Wst'a-.ej.-s-sV ..
"-"t'
tl'-PgR MISSISSIPPI.
DIAMOND JO LIKE STEAUERS
SPECIAL EXCURSION!
Meals and berth included, erery Wed. anil
Sat. to Keokuk, la., anj return, $6.00.
I'or hrokuL, In.,
STIL QUINCT
Every Wednesday and Saturday. 4 pm.
FOIt SI. Pl I,. MINX.
Btr SIDM."., Sundaj Aur U 4 r. m.
Mr. IHiULqifc.. euncsda. Aug 17, 4 p m
btr bT 1UU tatuida. Aut, fc0. 4 a. ml
Krom root . ..-r-lu,u n e
one Main Ml A 1A -C I L.VK. Gaa. At.
TT harl-or cajp et.tpla showed H 5 feet.
a fall of 2 of a foot In 4 hour-
lYelSht bulriew nlonc ths lve jenterclsy
'i" Iitht e-e -a ji considerable pasni;e-bij-ilnes
Warm and RlUhtly cloulv neftther prfvra..IM.
KMr
ture
To-Iln'ji Urathrr.
with ro decided chano In
Arrl nl.
Irdl i Oleni
reiI lac . ,
t"lone McKenzIe
Clt rt t ro'.ldf-nc'
jrwln II pncer
Itelle of Calhoun
nepnrtrd.
Spread Facie
feri HeroM
( Ti (ilmnleau
I 111 noli
C'orwln If FDencer
Tt cf Pro1den'e .
India Glvras
Ivwer MIIlprl
ltoi
UpIT Ml-ilFilppi
Txcurslon
"tr.nte4itino
. I Iamb arc
ILLENOIS RIVER.
1 lie. VMV I -VfeT
si i:viku i.oitv
For Alton, Graf on. Hardin, KampsvII'e Mcn
te7iimi and n.j landings Win leav-' from
nhrtrfboat foot of I. uot -t , every Tuevlay
und II I rsiay at 4 p m
r , k ,, " W. BUOL.V.SKI. Agent,
fcjephone. Main 1319 "
SUNDAY EXCURSION
For Alton, Grafton and Illinois River.
Tiver Trip of 130 Ifilcs BCc Round Trip.
I h.. m vy st.-.im r IJK le iveb whariboat
foot of Lejcust street at 3J) a in . returns
8 SO v m H imoUASKI. vlatr.
se- "Li i i: or cviiioin
vvlll leave, whariboat. root cf Market tret.
vvednesdi and fatuida, nt 4 p m. fcr
ehautaucjua. Wist Point. Hamturg. Moilefs
and all way landings Mu'c ami dancing
"bran! r (: iux)eK Agent.
1 hone, ii-ii Main 15. Klnloch C 22S
ST. LOUIS RAILROID TIJ1E-TABLE.
Arrivals and Deiiarturen of Tralasj at
Lniou Mntlon.
Dally. "Except Saturday and
th.xcept Sunday. bunda.
tExcept Saturday. tlfcaturday and San
(Sundav cnl day only.
llSaturda onl. ttl xcept Monday.
int. roi.it iiolti:.
AND LAKE fcllOEE NEW 10RK CENTTRAIj
AND rOsTO-N AND AMtWi
Indianapolis and I-al tf0 am U 00 pnx
N . Buston and Claclnnatl 'i 17 am 9 45 pnx
Cincinnati Lxpre. ll W ara o 15 pnx
Knickerbocker special 12 noon a vi ra
IndliraputU Lxpres 2 pm ..... . .
Mattoon ard Alton t4 20 cm "95 aa
31attoon anl Altoa t. St rm
Mall anl Express VuDprn 2 30 am
- x noston anj liunaio . wj 30 pni
Cincinnati. Daton Lolum s Itipm
N" 1 . Boston and Bartalo ...11 ou pm
Cincinmtl Indtan.inolls i.xd
nice eeie.lt anij e 111 vi'i-lvt. avu einic.
tlaHncton and lrtnla .. "S 17 an 5 la pnx
Wash. N anl Virginia 'll-") am T) am
VVavh n 1 and lrinla il w nnt "j le po
BIG FOt'E AND Li-II Id II VALLEV
New ork anl Philadelphia 11) am '5 cj rm
Nw lor.c an 1 Philadeli hla ll ) pm 'Iin
Nov lor and I MLaIphU. 9 2) pm 7 20 am
BIG IOLR LRIE I.AlI.ItOAI) AND rlTTS-
HL'ltt. ND I.VKE I BIE
liuffilo Umira and N' . "S 17 am 1 M nm
Pitts . Cnnjuuiea i V . -2 10 pm 2 pm
Pitts Jarn-towa A. N Y 9JI0 pni 9 15 pm
Alton trains 1 ave 10 30 a m. 1 50 p m
10 anv
7 "JO am
'2 aa pm
'b JO pro
IlLltl.lM.TON HOI IE.
Tnilns. Ue iiiirt. Arrive.
Hannlta! anl Bjrllngton . 2 5. am -?-' pm
Lecsl to Hannibal . ' it am K Ti rni
Qjlnv and Burlington t7 41 am tS-i-i 1 nl
Grafton
Memphis
CcmmTc
Illlrots River
I xcurl 11
Excurnin
Lppr Mlsls Ippl
Slee is an,J lieifcis
2" ll! 2
s-0
s.
ri
"V7
:j3
1121
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2
1 CO
2
1 M
CO'VS
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2 la
2 "
2 "1
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7M
lb
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Bt LLH
1K0 2 a 1 1310
bept.
t-ept.
Dee
alay ...
Com
Aug ...
tept, ..
Dec ...
Oats
Sept ....
Dec ...
Ma ...
Tork
P-pt. ..
Oct. ....
Lam
Kept. ..
Oct . ...
Ribs
Sept ...
Oct. ...
Opening Highest. Lowe-t Closing
old 1 flo'.tl elu I 5, 1 o-". 1 it-.
new! W,5l.04i 10H. 1U H 1 01J,
.1 02S1 054 1 3mj
.1 04V'lJl 04Vs I Wi,
. Fa,'6S
..61iki51i
lOOcJ
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e w
1 cm
M'
MS MS E3V(
61. t0; DOs.
. Jlxl?34 34" rPV.8C3", 33',
...8e,i(5s S5', S4. 34,
.. 27k2'3"S 37, 3, 3C.
. 11 SS 11 K 11 W 11 J)
..11 90 U SC 11 CO 11
.. 7J sn rs "f.
.. T7l (!) E 724 t t.c,
.. 7 Tl 7 7 43
. 7 37H 7 K'i 7 49 7 4a
Flour. bb! .,
Wheat, bu. ...
Corn. bu. ...,
Rats, bu.
ye bu
Larle), bu .
Shlrc
16Kfl
39 7(0
12 7j0
21,400
Li"0
SCO
37 4
3J1
10 b
;s
3"1
22 3
210
'4 4
Totals United BUtes tl C71 "11 tr.7
Outside New lork. . 7-3 333 SI I
CANADA
Montreal
Toronto
WInniper;
Ottawa ,
Ilalirax
Quebec
Vancouver, B o..,
Ilamllton
London Ontario ..,
Pt. John. N. B
Victoria, n C .. ..
15 9
4
.. S301T)-61
... 15.225 001 44
... tSClaS7
.. 2T!0tI 12 8
,.. 1 904 C.1
... LTU39 25 li
... 1.SV IV) 34
Vt iin
J74 101 19 3
.. 1 IOI 4H
... f6J77
RECEIPTS AND bUIPMENTa
Rets
lo if)
117 ("
234 00
39X'"0
7CU0
:uo
rHO1STON3.
In provisions tho BelllnK out of Sept.
holdings tinder tho influenco of lower
prices fur livo hogs had 11 wcakering
tendency. Pork was especially affected,
making; a net loss of 3aC closing at III SO
Lard was more in demand, and although
at one period showing a loses of c, closod
teady, with a &a net gain at $6.75 Itibs
closed Ttjo down at Vl.w
Estimated receipts for to-morrow"
Wheat 124 ears, corn LS cars, oats 317
cars; hots H.000 head.
7
22 0
Tetal. Canada
7JO.CJ) 3 1
KMfiim OF COLU3IHL8.
" --r-f,-fVr""L'L"- m m . s,- - ii"sKssstjs.
IENRICIC COUNCIL NO 64C. KNIilIITS
tC, ttohuobus meets every second ind
tounh Wednesday at Hoso Hill Hail. No vn.7
Jlaplo vrnue. lsltlng knights alwais vvel
come JOHN' PALL C1ILW. Grand KnlBhi:
Waller T. Cunrlngham Recorder
ARQUETTE COUNCIU NO toT
Knights of Cblumbua meets eve-y ,eo
ond and fuurth Tuesday in the west tall, c,.n.
tury building. Ninth and Olive streets. Visit
ing knights cordially Invited
Frank o Cunningham, Grand Knight
P. P. Leonaid Recorder. "nigni.
ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO. 451. MEETS
every llrst and third Tuesday at Wost
End Hall, southwest corner Flnne and Vande
venter avtnuea Mrltlng knights are cordially
Invited EDWARD DE01t. Grand Klllght.
Joseph P. Lara. Recordel.
KNIGHTS AlxU LADIES OF-aECURITY
rw-r"sffcr'r,iiiJ i "ij'"ijTjausX'uxnj'inj'iri.'wswsa
HARMONY COUNCIU NO. (718. K. 4 L. o
S . meets tecond and fourth Saturday in
Doris Hall, tho Odeon, Grand and Finney ave.
cues A cordial welcome to visitors,
MARY It. UVLSAT.
No 141CA Old Mancheiter V
eitcr road.
Erik Jfhnon, Financial Secretary.
w mi tivuiM ii-u avvrnue.
GRAND COUNCIL MISSOURI. ROTAL
Arcontrm, No 309-J11 Holland Building
A cordial welcome to visitors, friends, brethren
nd members from abroad.
a A. BARBOUR, O. R.
iO Kllllnnworth, arena becrttary.
1
Not Included In totals because enutnlnlnc
other Itinm than clearings IN'ot Included in
totals because of no comparis-m for last year.
Poultry.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New York. Aug. 12. Live Poultry Receipts
1 car We.tern. which left first hands at un
changed prices Demand for tho week Is over
and market closed quiet, with rally 6 cars on
jobbers' hands unso'd and 2 more due to morrow
morning, and Uie trend of values lower, one
oar aold to arrive to-morrow at 13".e. nuota
ttome unchanged.
Dressed Poultry Re'elpts 840 pkgs : receipts
moderate, tut most of the stock for the week
tn Weather unfavorable, and ih. inn.ii,. rnm
eut-of town reruns fell short of general expec
tations and volume of business was moderate
Fancy drv picked fowls were firmly held at 13e
occasionally IS'ic but ordinary dr picked anil
niui.icu .vib in eij eiin.ii.ru aemana lancy
large snrinr chlrJcen. etthet- rin.ni..u4 .
scalded, ween in rood aATnana an,i ..n,. v....
there was a surplus of ordinary dry picked
u.bno .. -.1 luamct UHi BOIU SIOWIV at
from U3il4o Weetern ducks Irregular in dual
ity and prices Quotations unchanged
Wool.
Boston, Aug. 12 lho Commercial Bulletin
will say: The wool market Is quiet, but a
fair volume of new business has been closed
during tho week, and there ore Included a
few good sized Unci of Montana, Idaho and
other Territory In the original bags. Small
lots of Territory and fleeces havo sold with
fair freedom. Leading- houses say that thoy
have sold between to and 0 per cent of all
the wool they have coming to them from the
1901 clip. The Western country markets are
eloselv cleaned, st Louis, Chicago and Phila
delphia ore all much lighter stocle than last
vear Bullish advices are received from all
foreign sources. The shipments of wool from
Boston to date from December 31, 1903, accord-!nF..-ih.l
ame are 133,351.709 lbs . against
140 748 2T3 lbs at the same time last vear The
receipts to dote are 219 007,714 ,bs against
174,216.324 lbs. for the same period last year
Tbe Metal Market.
N'W Tork. Aug U Tin was higher in Lon
don, closing at 123 Cs for spot and 1122 17s cd
for futures Locally, the market showed little
change, closing at 20 90827 05c. Copper also was
higher abroad, closing at 156 Its for spot and
55 Its 3J for futures Local), a firmer tone
was evident. Lake Is quoted at 12 C2'$c. elec
trolytio at 12 S012 62H- and costing st 12 25
12 50c Lead closed unchanged at 11 Us 3d in
Lon."on and 4 2031 23c In the local markets
bpeJter was unchanged here at 4 tl&t 95o but
was .lightly lower In London, where It closed
at 22 5s Iron closed at TO 3d In Gllsgow and
4Ss iXjd In Mlddlosboro Locally, Iron was un
changed: N'o t foundry Northern 814314 to: No
2 foendo Northern 813 7MT14. No 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft 113 SO
9U.il.
MAIIKETS I1V TELECIUPII.
New York Aug 12 Flour Receipts 13 7"3.
exports C71.. slow, but held very rtrm Ro
Pour firm. Ccmmeoi firm, kiln dried $3 1 tit
2 JU liye nominal Barley ilrai. feeding 4ac.
c. t f. New xork. W heat Receipts 4.V0,
ear. No i red nominal, elovator. No 2 red
.102. fob afloat. No I ani Northern Du
luth II 21V f o b alloat. No 1 hard Mani
toba !1 08 nominal, f o b afloat While nerv
ous all day. wheat was loss active than yester
day, and In response to steady preneure from
longs, ruled generally ea,c Crcp neiwo were
better, foreign houses .-ild wheat anl outside
markets came sharply lower The e-lose h&re
showed 2S3c el cllne. May Jl OP, a! (,U. cldM
J10H: &pt. II OiVl "(7, closed 1104",. 1 c
1103.0106. close II 03". ( om-Recelpts 3U
175, exports 13 990 bpot easy. No 2 fANjC el-j-vator
and lt-c fob afloat No 2 ellow
61c, No 2 white 51.c Otitic n market sd off
ehnnily to-day under offerings from long., in
nunesl by warmer weather and the wheat
break closing lc net lower, s-ept fiid,.s!.c,
clnmd MSc, Die P.ifa7i,c cio'-d W Onts
Receipts 30 OoO. etiot en.y. mlxc-d eats 2.fp
32 lbs 40C41C natural vvblt. 30SE2 lbs , 4.,
4e. Clipped whlt, 2(rt40 lbs , 4.22e Hop
eiulit. Hide. wool, beef steal leather tlrm
Conl nominal Ctll meats quiet. Iard stenly.
W ee-tern fiteame.1 17 2U rellned htea 1 (Immi
nent 17 23. Pork dull Tal ow nominal Cotton
seed oil firm, prime el)ow 2a2f28 Petroleum
steady Rtco nuiet Molasso. qui. t
Cincinnati. O. Aug 11 WhWtl. distillers'
flnl.hed good steady on basis of $1 28
Milwaukee, Wit. . Aug 12. Whnt lower. No
1 Northern II 09C, Uo 2 Northern 31 e 1 os.
new Sept. I10IV. bid Rje higher. No 1 7ic
Barley quil No 2 Kc, eeinple 33u5jc Corn
Arm, No. S f550- tept ar-
Dultith Minn ALg 12. Whent T.i arrive,
Aug la. N'o 1 Northern Jl lit, No 2 Vonh"m
Jill, to arrive N 1 Northern 1113V, No 1
Ni rthern Jl 10 on trk . No 1 Northern It I4C, No
2 Northern II It. ivpt JlOl'j Dec 9i'c Oats
On trk ZSo: to arrive 34c. t-apt 33T.c
Kansas City Mo Avur 12. Whent stead.
Sept SES". Dee. SVir Ha) 9I'tf9lV cash
N'o. 2 hard si fJC". No 3 92J'e4e. No 4 KlfCWC.
No 2 red 9i38c. N, 3 I3ej9(, No 4 &7f3c
Com lill'her. spt 48S1 Iico 4t'.c. May unl
eash No 2 mlxM Mvrt0ic. N'o 2 49isr No 2
white tie No 2 tJaOfcc Oats iten ly. No 3
whit" 3.r?3Sc: No 2 mixed !3'4S"II'C Hav
stoaC, choice timothy 18 V), choice prilrl. IS 'fl
fh "a Rye nominal, ca70c Receiptee Wheal
224 8') bu : com 24 ij00 bu.; oats 1 (0 hu i-jp.
nverts Wheat 153,600 bu ; corn 22.4(0 bu . oats
J.ono bu
Minneapolis. Minn Aug 12 Wheat Sept
I102"4. Dec 90Ve. Mav Jl 01V. No 1 harl
JLIO".. N" 1 Northern il Oi1. No 2 Northern
tL0Se riour First patents J". 50iT3eVl. second
ratents 15 4033 60. nrt clears J3fiie$3SiO. s'Cund
clears J2.75 Bran In bulk 114 Ttli, shorts
'?'. ...,
ture quiet; BpU 7a SkI. Dc 7 ld Corn
sent firm. American mixed. nw. 4m 6l Amer
ican mixed, old, 4a M, futures tlead), S.pt.
To.Ho O. Auk 12. Clover sedCa-h J710.
Oct J7 25 fced: lo J" 30 asked; prim alslke
17 S) Md Autr J7 30 bid. prim timothy Jl Z,
Sept. Jl 45 Md
Per ria. 111 . Aug 12. Corn steady; No 3
C5c; o 4Mc Whisky on th basis of $1 23
LIVE-STOCK MARKET.
CALVES '
(Per Head y
HtK.S A moderate number of freh arrlvt-j
r' hoR tv ere repcrttd to-day n that wl h tre
hoidoer triat wtre on Fale ther ua-j a lib
eral ur,l Not po man pip and lisrit tre
A iilall- du-lnir te past few Jas, nor was
tr (irmend j sood
Hit mark t oj t nel lowt nnd prices xere
,alii 1 wf-r Tho butel er nnd b i axTklnr
cr-id'- Phoned a loan i onlj about If but
plff- anl liirhta that hao b-en Kelllnie aroui 1
the top o tho market ero loSlc lower and
ret In neir o rnod drmanl At no t!m Ka)
t an active tnuie. still eooJ 1 cu weighlrtf
20 Ibn or moro r.ld with but IlttI tro.tIe
II e tliat werei on th common order and mlied
lot rouna a blow rrarktt, and prices uere Ir
erular Hi market closed a ihido better than the
oj-enlni: It fact it was n rood late a the
Ti Lr-May trde rtlll a eo'-d min lfsdi wer
hfld our Lfjfhts ar 1 plan under 350 lbs frold
up to J3 40 lights alrte 1M lbs up to JS.30
iredluin tveJchti up to S C3 anl heavies up to
l'Z Tin bulk of all the hom Bold at J5 13
MILhP A liberal number of sheep tteji en
ale asaln tl.e treh ArrUais belnir a prvtT
cr-od fuprlj. b-ide-s tha holdoers. There w-
trr IlttI chanc to Uie trade tTtcept tha
lambs were a pain lowe". the decline amountlnjt
to fron 1-c to 2vC. tut shT gold seadlly All
lamts that were cnlv hatf fat or the on the
common order rold eitremel slow, aa bujera
or able to pet all tho jjnod, fat ne they
nfeded end were alo iblo to net them aJmcst
nt thIr own price TTe market closed ery
low and dull with i pood manv holdover"
HOnsi-s The fresh Arrivals for th Trlday
market .vere or, pmall and few- oflerlnrs of
an llnd wer available fnimurh as a prety
cood aranco was made Thursday eenlnir The
market mnlrtalned a rood wealv tn stromrtone
throushout the w-eK on eelect hordes in arlous
classe an 1 cod Mnd sold well but there
vnn a slow movement on the plainer prar,e
Sjuthern lnvlrr durtjir the week ha bfsn the
"aiure Rimoucn tnre nan nren some inaulr
for heaw hory" f'om eastern buern.
IIore quotations.
!Iarnrs hore JlflSfO
lleaj draft cliolc to extra 170225
lleav dratt, common to good .......... I2ui'i
Puln-s liorei 1 " to 1 3f ) lbs .. 34ltl'"r
Chunk, choice to extra ...... 1 SOS 15
taiiujir j uviiiiiiuii lu KUOl .. ....... . )ttlAt
1 arm chunk" . Tr4rll5
-outIem horsta. choice to ettra twllQ
Boutbcrn horea, plala to pood Jj &
MLLES Letwei T5 and 1(K heal of mulm
arrived late eitenlay nn 1 this morning- to
aJJ to th fairly liberal number which was
on the matkrt during tho first four dajs of the
week The arrival did rot add any strencth
to the ton The supply durinjr the early days
was fully sufficient to meet eJl the require
ments of the exterior demand, and an under
the circumstances dealers have net been ery
anxious to swell their supplle the new ar
ihaH svnij-eri rather Riperluous but an they
were not lieavj it did not cut much fljrure
with the market Prlcr this week have icen
eralH been steady at the declln of a week
Sign but the common kinds bae sold very slow.
.Mule quotations
14 hands extreme rarpe
14 handi bulk of salej
li1! hand, oxtreme ranpo
I4f. hands bulk of aales
1j liand, extremo ranpe
1. hnnds, bulk cf sales
llf hanni, extreme ranco
raid Fa pie
Iora
t r-ad IZar1
Chester
( lt of ciT.anrah
Orel. aKIe
Quinrj
India Gl.fne
S'drej
Arrltnln To-Dnj.
Chester and Mary's
Mont sumo.
Grafton
rine Girardeau
Tenie3- Rivr
1'eo'Ia
KeokU'c
I rrer Mlsllppt
ft Paul
Deimrtnrp-i To-Dny.
f-pread napl- Altm
Ore, facie Peoria
Hall rap.e . Cte-tr and M Mar's
fTietep Car- Glnn-em:
Oulrct .. Keokuk
He j. of C-ohour . irnmburr
Colonel MciCerzIe ,...l per M'ssfss'rpl
Hirer Hlnlto Ilrcvltlcs.
Captain Georp Derrlckson received a letter
yesterday from Captain J. M. anderprf. for
ir.erly a etcamboat ciptaln and owner ia thla
clt. ilr Van lergrlf has been retired froni
thu steamboat business for about, ten jears.
He Is ti jtara old and aaja C4 13 tnjyyin
ptrfLtt xivatuu iau 1a . HiwB aM . rf-
.,i.. v. renitajirf iu Est. ajuu this fall
tu iiit th Kalr
Tlie Ind. a Glvera arrived from tbe Ixiwer
iIlFIavii,ri esterda with .w aiukf of whf.t.
fane dtparteJ in th afternoon on a srort trip
up the river for wile it
United fatatea Cc3ntraotVr John C, Hupp
of Laple eft I slant was In the city yeEtet
daj turchasinc supplies He n.iurned un the
apreal Lafle
Tte Belle of Calhoun arrived fro-n Ham
bury jesterdaj with all the f.-elpbt nnd pas
senera tho could carrj' She utpartj at 4
P m to-da
The Colonel McKerz arrived jeitrnlay
from the Lprer MlsMs.lppI. ravine wme in
fcr mipplirt: fel'e will depart this raorntrc
The City of bavan&ah is expected to arrive
to day from the Tennessee Hlver fahe will de
part at p. m. Mondaj
The Loro. will make an excursion trp up
the Illinois River to-morrow, leavlnr her whar
at S li o'clock.
I.OUKU 11ISSI3I1PI.
EfiQLE PaCKET COMPANY
kSeftSTOUI3T EXCURSION Ji
or Cape Olraaeau ard Commerce
Btr Cape O rardeau every Mon and irl . 5 d m
'j Kound Trip
Fcr Ste (.rnt.vieo an 1 Chester
9r. liald Eajie 1 t.t-3 . Ihuis and auj., 4 d m
tZ.ZQ Hound Trip
sILLItt01S RIVERA
lor ieoila ard Intermediate Points.
fctr. onj Kagie ever Wtd and Sat. 4 pm.
i-ron dock foot cf Vini street.
MalnSK. tvinluca 13HC M .V.U'.iHn. Ajrt,
ST. LOUIS AND TENNE88EE
RIVER PACKET CO.
Excursion Season Now Open.
b ljs. j rivers t. states mountain bcenery
onl llj for rounl trip, including icels ana
berth, steamer city cf "-avtrnan will leave
wharfboat foot of Pinee i,tret.t, Morday, au-tn-t
15, at - P in for ste C'nevle.e St.
.ilorys. Che.te-r V.Ittenberj, Cap. clraraeaj.
(.olro Paiucah and all wa lanc.ngs. en Ohio
Cumberlani and rena.e. rivers to Wal-r-Io-.
Ala. P.ijne-s -,6V. anl A112.
JMJ 1. MVSir-e.AI.E. Agrt-
1.1:1: 1 1 vi. Mi.e.it:it.
TO MEMPHIS.
The Grey Eade win arrive this
from Peoria, the will be cut at ,
this afternoon
aaonilip
o'clock
I' bands 1 ulk of nale
lfj hands, extreme ranpe
1V-2 hands, bulk of sales ..
..J TVf K
.. t&a 7S
.. CStfUS
.. 7033
.. XT91M
.. noia
Katle Supply lAaht neef Cattle
Enir Hoft Cloae Loire r.
NA1TVE CATTLE Beef Steers Prom the
way Friday's market waa conducted, it was
forturate that receipts were llpht, for the dull
est tklnd of marks was bad. Little or no
attempt made by local concern to do Luil-nes-',
and a a consequence there was nothlrjr
of any Importance sold until very late In the
day. I'rcsh receipts were less than 20 cars con
taining; about half steers, the balance bejnp
calves fttid mixed butcher cattle. There was also
quits a few loads held over from Thursday,
which was some hindrance In rffectlnff a clear
ance What steer sold brought about steady
prices after being In the pens the largest por
tion of th la. One wel.-ratted load sold at
t. 73 with o fair and pretty pood Und of
Westerns at J3 -0M 4 with some ery plain,
Sretty f.t, heavy steers nt $4 90 The nvki
ade has been very unsatisfactory, and prices
hae ruled so uneven that only in a rcneral
way can tl-e market be quoted A few lot of
extremely pc-M cattle sold 23c lower, lut the
bulk of sales rancct1 50a0c lower than last
week This decline; has applied to all except
the best cattle, and, a prevloufly stated, very
ur.evct.. While It has been very hard to dis
pose of real common killer?, quite a few have
ny Telegraph.
Kansas CIt, Mo, Aur IC Cattle TteceipU
2,1 S)t IncludJnff l.O) Southerns, market steady
to 10c Jilphcr, cholco export and dressed beef
sturs KitC 75, fair to pood J3 74 75, Western
fed titers J3 7-S'5 23, stockcrs and feeders J2 &&$
4 C3, faouthern sttt-rs IZIZISX, Southern cows
1 W&3 -, native coas J1.7j(4 native heifprs
Hxii'.Z, bulls U 253 50. calves U Wa4 75
HoifH Itecelpts 6 M-J, market Cc lower, top
I rim 5j 10 iulk cf sales 44 bj5t heavy 51 &,j
4 'j, iarkera ti b, pips and Ughta il 750"
3 10 fchcejj JittlptB ao,, marktt steady to
w&ak. rativ e Iambs Jt(i6 native wethers V. 73
&4 2j, native ewes $3'u3 73 HeMcrn jrarlinp
ti 75t( 5. Western steers $3 &ii4. stocktra and
fet-dera J2 V)tl3 to
v "iork Aup 12. llecves Ttecefpu 2 337,
stecr-4 unsettled penrally firm to a shade
higher, bullM etmnp, fit co vs firn: others
fit ad y steiH Jl C0S, oxen J4 'i), lulls J2 OJ
4 4(J, cows Jl "Oii 7a, shipments to morrow 1 030
cattle ond 4) sheep Calves Urelpts 4j4, eals
2V lowtr, other calves almost unsauible. oaU
J4tt6 73, tops J7, Westerns J4 30. buttrrmllks J3,
rnlx'd c.i-hfx JJ W. dressed calves lower, city
dressed vrals bjfllc ptr lb., cc-tintry dressed la
lix Sheep anl lamb- Iteceir is 249, shep
barely f-tearty, pon4 Inrnbs 23 oiT, others SSVic
Iov.er heep $J WW4, culls Jl VOtfZ 2. Umls
J4 73J675 Hops Itecelf ts 2.011, market 2iJ30c
lovv.r Mate hjps $- iOjfi tcp prke J6 13.
Cnilcapo Auj, 32 Cattle Receipt 12.000,
markft stead, good to irimo rteers $!&?, pKr
to medium 144 i, stokrs and feeders JrfffG.
cows Jl J&6 helfor J.iTi ranners Jl 25-gi
J 4' bulls 52?i4 calves J2 oOiirt Toia fod
Mtvrs rt4 Western stf-ers $3 &dl?4 50 Hops
Hfftlpts 23 0,r' mark, t 13JOf lower, mix'd
in 1 tutcher IvUS 30 pf-oil to choice heavy TS$
R 20 rouph heavy J4 7f4 J. lipht Jo 133 2j,
bulk Of sales $-S3 25 'hfepHfrrolpts 7 000,
market rteilv lambs teail , pood to cht Ice
wethers Jl i4 1".. fair to choice mtxe jj 75j
T JO, West rn sheep j; 7 f;4. native lamba J3 73
ft; w-stern latnbt ja 734
"hicapo Aup 32 Cash quotations were aa
follows Flour eteodi Wheat "o 2 sprinp
SI nfl M No 3 Pi&tl& No 2 wd Jl iiZQ
i (C fVirn No 2 fr.'-, N'o 2 eiiow CSUc.
Oats No 2 3232r. o 2 white J5132c. No
3 white 2 Wtt'ir RyeVo 2 71c. Barlev
Oood foodinp 40t fair to choice noltJnp 4240
Seeds Prlm tlin- thy JJ, clover, contract
rrado $11 SO-Sll 73 Provisions Mess iork
JU I'lftll f2A lanl JS.7O04 724 nhort ribs sides
noose), I j,7q,; v, enori near sines (boxed)
JSGH23 Whisky lases of hlch wines, $1 2S
bouth St Joseph Mo Ati 12 Cattle lie.
clpts S17, cV-drable beeves lO'iST higher, other
steady to stronp, natives n lojfS s., cows and
heifers 1 'A3 73 stockers anl feeders J31f3 3
II ops Here Ipts 4 753 StrlOc lower; llpht Jl RlVtf
5 On. medium and heaw J4 S3fJ5 Shep Re
ceijts 4 SI3 steady. Western sheep J3 75, West
ern Iambs J5 73
The Qulrjcy Is expected tMs mornlr rrun
Keokuk fche will depart at 4 o clcoc this
sfternoon
. Tb Eagle wilt arrive this raomlng
from Chcste- 'he w-lll depart a.t 4 p m
The Sidney Is .xnocted to-day from St. Pa.nL
Bh will depart, at 4 i m. to morrow.
r-TZP1.' chMJ''r ts due this morning from Caoe
Glmnleau She w-fTl depart at 4 p rn.
, Ths rerd Uerold derart,l for Memphis v-es-terday
with a fair patronage
Ilr Telrsruph.
REPUBLIC SPECIALS.
Smth TIn:V' .AUr li-rcleer .tends - 5
Ss?skIr.-' a,rrtvttl t,P m. from bt Louis
w-lth 4 tJi packages memhandl.s for this plnco
and passengers and returnd at B n m. with
passengers Th. Georg-a Ixsi d.p.crted at 5 t,
m for Friar's Point. rh Hotert i: Lee do
partcd at 5 p m for Ashjort The Once Veil,
with a houseboat in tow, psed up at 3 p m
Kecolpta by river to-da er. IC tacks cotton
seed.
Ilurllngton. Ia. eg 12. -Tho rlrer Is 2 ft
1 inch above lo-water msrk a. fall of let
inches sine last report Tne IJoIec In tnd
out from Keokuk, th- ilJnr i due at 10.33
to-night The St Paul is due up at t o'clock
In tho morning xAcat.,r cloud and warm.
Grand Tower III . Aug 12.- Chester down at
." a .m General Ablfltt down at 6 io a. m.
City of savannah up at 11 ) a m. Chester
up at 3 p nt Washington down at 4 v m
Gauge roads 11 3 feet and falling Weather
clear and hot
Cairo. Ill . Aug 12. Tho 5ad'e Iei will de
part to-night for Memphis The Mar- s ewart
departed I e low- this morning with siow boat,
niver 11 2 feet, a fall of 7 In the, past 24
I'aduah Ky . Aug 12 The gauge reads 3.7
feet VVrsthr fair Richardson corn's In
from Evansvllle nt S o clock Dick FViwler
coms In from Culro on tine
leksburg. Mies , Aug 12 Tha giuge resds
15 2 feet, a fall of 7 The Cordell cleans! The
Elk cleared 7. ho LelLa. Is due Weather
threatening rain v
W-h-ellng. V Vs.. Aug 12.-niver 13 inches
and f-Ullng Clesr and warm. Departed. Bed-
Louisville. Ky, Aus 12-RIver 4 f-et In
caral, 1 S on falls, 6 7 below locks Fair and
warm
PIttsburp Ta., Mjit 12 Rlver 2.4 and Fta
tionary at Davis Inland dam Clear and warm
CInclnratI O An 12-Riv-r 7 fet and ta
tionarj Thrco departure Clear and warm
..Eiv?n2;m lr?" Aug Ti-ni'.er stationary
at 4 5 Clear and warm.
One Auy, $7.
Hound irli, 51.
Meals and berth lncldd'd Clieap fre'pht and
pas-nser rates to Ch-tter Grand Tower, Cape
iiirard.au a!ro, Memphis Htleca, Hot
bprinps. Icrtsburp and Plnu Hluff.
.STtKFR LEE. Tues-lay, Aupust " S p m
PERU 1IEKOLD. Fridaj, AUjUit 33. C p m.
7rom wnarfboat. foot of Olive et
Phcres Main I0uT Klnlccn A 733
Wm E. Albltt. Com Ast. l M Connors Oen-A.
t. Joeph, Nebraska ettle
t. Paji via rut Sid Line.
Kansas Citv, Kan.as . .
S Paul and Minneajolls ..
Kansas Ciy . .
Kansas ( ity and El Paso . .
Kansas Cltj
St Joe. Denver, Par Cja. .
Rurllnptcn. bt Paul. Minn .
I or llllnrl via Ku-t -Ide .
St. Jotph Omaha. D'nver .
Local from Hannibal
l?m
'7 ' PM
'2 13 vr
'Hun
'7 14 an
' aj niifc
13 tn S Pm
7 i pm $ 2 am
S U pm htm
3 01 pm 7 13 irv
til 20 am
S tt an
Jffiam
2 U pm
12 4) prn
IJ u2rm
3 vt pra
II. A, ). $-.
Royal Blue Limited
Worlls 1 air Klr
Metrcfolitan t xp-e"s
M-tropolitai Expres
Mounj Clt Lxcre's
I xpvbitlon Special
Past Mall
Cincinnati Accommodation .
ic. i:.
'Ih ani i Oprn
7 27 pm
S7 am . . .
. . : 23 an
11-00 pm 7 -S am
2-03 am "22 30 l j
t3 16 an tt 52 rm
Vlncennes A"commodatIcp . If Ham 5D0ttn.
I lora Xccomtnodatl'-n ... t5 Oum ti-Iam
" Incemes Accommodation .. !5 2fi pin
lncerne ctommo.!ation tlO 01 pr tlO 2S ami
CIIICVOO M II ON.
Th- AUnri Limtei. Chicago . '3 04 an 7-5 pn
Prairie Mate Uxp . Cilcapo 1202 pn 5-2 pm
Palace i;spre-. Cnicapo .. O) pm ! 17 am
Midnight tp-c!al. Chlcapo . 'II 4) j.m a 10 an
MUnlpbt bp"Cial for Pt-oria HI 4) pm
Mo ritate Rtprt- Wet .. S'im 0 P"n.
Midday --special Kan Citv . 12 4-) pm 7 li pm
Kansas City Night Express 3 10 pm ri am
Kan Citv Midnlpht Limited. n C2 pm 7 14 an
-p-inpH-Id Arco-imodatlcn . 7 20 am t pm
Hoodhoust anl Louisiana . 7 20am "Oprn
Bloomlnpfii ta Jacksonville "7 3-i am IS f-0 pn
fj 01 an t7 23 pm
t2 23 pm l-"0pm,
. . -iSXO art
r r.cm S0an
-rrlrpisill Fxcurion
Aiirn Lir
.imlted for I eoria..
rrmz'd I'eorla. IJocmn
Jacksonv Ill ccomnodatlcn
Loi'slana anl Roodhoue
Srrlnfehl rvir. 1 "1t rl.r
Alton .SntviAi . eii-tt fcm
iv -circus mi lnip-rt ccom .11 1. pm 1 -.
Peoria Mfdmpht Iitpreus . 11 17 pm " 1 ftm
St. Louis, Ctiestsr, Cape Girardeau Line.
STEJ.S3ER OHESTER
Will leave wharfboat, foot ot I'lne street. Tues
day, 1 burs la j a and baturJaH. 4 p m, for
Cape Girardeau and way landings fecial ex
urslons onlj II for ruund trip. Including meals
and berth. Phones Main 4f A and a Hi
JOHN t MASM:GLE Agent.
EXCLUSION STEAMERS
GORWIN H. SPENCER
and CITY OF PROVIDENCE
enjis, icuviug av 10 a. nl.. X 29
10 a. rn, I Jo p.
i'ih-co swrr.n.
Merrphls I'asenger T 10 arv
Tti. ml Karsa" Mall
Tejan ... . ..
Meteor .
("ape Girardeau Iy-cal ..
iiirTiiie jiati
Texas Limited
Kaifas Limited .. . ,
Chfcaro Express
V. estrn ETD'ess ..
allev Par,
tlO 20 a
5 17 pm
.... 20 am " -i pm
.... "i c2 am '7 42 pr
.... 2 3D pm '110 am
.... 4 Ol pm 11 "O ail
.... st 05 pn 12-()0 rn
..... 1 23 pm "7 21 an
. . 3 21 p-n 7-2l a-n
.. 3 45 pm 7-C3 am
11 00 prl sfi-i arm
.Vcccmmodatlon departs 6.18 .
11 Jl p. m. t3jj p. m . T3
m . tlO 2) i m.. ttJt!: n en . i2 -0 1
p m, itli p m. 1.20 p n. t-0n
-ii j p. m vrnves ( 49 a m . ., i
!7 55 a. m . 110 10 a m.. 12 11 p in .
m . tt Zi p m . t7 43 p in . '11 li p m.
I lclsc Acccmm&dattnn decart. $ 25
12 w p. n- , t!4 p m Arrives 75 14
iio.j
m.. t-ii
P
! ft m
t3 40 p.
m.. tl 31 p.
(7 10 p m
max. datrv
p m and 8 re m.
SUVDAY. leave 3 20 a. n
m , 2 jj p m . p. ra
ROUND TTtlP 25c
OUR PATTERNDEPARTMENT
10 Cents AI! Patterns 10 Cents.
Ml I tt'm
if
IRON MOLTI nOLTK.
St. L., rt VV and San A. Ex. 2 21 pn IJf pm
Texas and California Fip .. 31 an JO p
Texas tn 1 Mexico Exp-ess . e 4 pm "710 pm.
Little Ilock-Ilot Springs Exp j20pm "7 35 an
Texas ejid Mexico Exp-ess . 43 pm 7 JO pro
Tevaa Express 20 pm "T IS am
fast Mall lv5im 7 20 pra
Local Exp Texark to fit. L. ... ! 0) pm
Memphis Espres 3 00 pm 7 U am
Belmont Pasenger 'i JO Bin 7 15 pn
Cotton Belt Express 0 15 pm 7 13 am.
Cotton Itelt Express.. .. laVlpn HJOam
Thebes Express I.lfl am 6J2pni
Fourth Street nnd Chontcnn Avenoo
Station.
I Soto ccommodatlon . . 5 30 pm 8 45 am
.S1I5SOLRI PACIFIC IttnTWAY.
Fast Mali 3 "1m .0-O5pm
Loeal Express 7 33 am 3 50 pm
California Express 0) pra J-01am
"Washington Acccmmcdatlon. t5 25 pm. ti 00 am
Omaha Limited 10 pm SJOatn
Kansas and Colo Express ...10 10 pm 10 am
Kansas City Exprvss cilim ! (Opm
Joplln and "to Kan Express 7 33 pra S (6 am
Kans and Tvebnuka Esprs u to pm 7 21! am
Crave Cceer LAke trains leave Uiilon Station
6 15 a. tn.. 13 a. m.. Tl Mj.n, f4 Jl p rn.,
6 4., p m
Oak Kill trains leave Union S'atron tt 43 a.
m t 110 10 a. ra . 5 03 p m . t 20 p m.
Klrkwood traira lcavo Lnion Statlcn 7-03 a
m.SSa n. 1 Bp. ro, 17 30 a. m.. ts 40 a.
n . til 20 a. ra . Jl uo p m.. flio p. ra.. 6 t
p m.. t. 23 p m . tlUO p m
CIIICGd. PEOHIA sD ST. I.OC1S H.1 .
Al'on and Peoria Impress.... eS-Ham 1 Oo pm
Alton aid Peorii Mail 11 15 im "3 2jpm
eThautauciua and Mton .... til 47 pre lill JS pm
Chautauqja and A ton 5 23 pm 18112 am.
ChautaUQua and bpring'd Ex ? 23 pm 9 i am
Alton Cnautauqua. Grartcn 11 47 rm 1111 35 rm
Alton. Chautauqua. Grafton 711.10 pm 'to 23 pm
I.OUSII.LE A?eD 4ASIIVII.I.i.
Florloi Limited -4 is pm ITSrra
Fa't MJI IJiam i.lipra
WATSON INQUEST RESUMED.
Testimony of Doctor Briggs May
Be Heard To-Djiv.
RETCliLIC SPECIAL
New London, JIo , Aus. 12 Tho Watson
Inquest was resttmeel here to-tay before
Coroner llenefec
Tvvent-flve witnesses' were pgarnlned
Their testimony was mainly descriptive
of the surrounding, of the bridge where
Mrs. Watson was found on the night of
July E
Doctor Watson, with his attorneys, was
prcent In the courtroom all day. Doctor
Watson was called to the stand, but his
counsel declined to permit htsi being
svvorn at thH tlmo The refusal occa
sioned the Coroner to Impose a fine of 115
on Watson.
The medical testimony and report of the
NOTES OF HAPPENINGS
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR.
. ""'I"" MMMt Is that of tho gonrl ilfplav
In thA renneveo section of the pilare of t
ricultu-e, Tho collection Is be-iutifully elecn
rated and fhows tho possibilities of the gourd,
an almost f irgottcti product that did jeoman
servlcs In pioneer dayre They wer vu-ed for
storing almost cvcrvthlng produce I on th
farm, and wero nature's cooper vessels when
there, were no vessels or glaj. pottery, tin er
wood All of Uis different kinds or g mrds may
be. soon In th. Tenne-ee exhlhlt. anl explans
tlon of th- use, to which they vvero put In
days gon, by Is labeled on each
Commissioner Steele of the North Dakota
Commission relates an amusing Incident that
happenesl scstcrdaj when Executive Commis
sloner Bartlett emptoved a porter to look aftur
North Pakotns exhibit In th- Palace of Ag
riculture After th- prellmlnar'ea had ben
erranged. the negro hesitated about cloelng the
--"-- -. ... ...... .. i uu.iercu nis II'M-
tatlon and asked the oe-ca."lon for It "tell
bos.." th ngro replied "Ah'm goln' ter t
hones' wrld jnu now I kin do jer rmrterln nn
right, nut Ah Join speak no ferrin' Ian
guages. Tho tsirter s shortcomings In thts
regard wero overlooked and h- is now doing
regular duty around th. North Dakota ex
Mult The Chippewa Indians frnm wniii. irth.
Sllnn . arrive, at the World s Fair grounds last
night and will take up their residence near
th Indian Schcol. where they will ere-ct their
camp on the grounds formerly occupied ty the
Sioux There are nlno In the, part, three wom
en, four braves and two children The women
are, exi-rt teadmakers and 1-icemnkers, and
tno Lraves wood, bone and ttono carvers
A United States flag mad- entirely of corn
shucks that floats over tho Kansas exhibit In
l.?J . ?' -Asriculturo is the work of the
High School girls of Atchison County Th
nag was presented to the Kansas Commission
an! the. unique work attracts th attcrtlon of
ei.y J.lli,Uor 'i1".1 P-"'' tho central nave
cf the Palac. of Agrlcultur-
k-Sta" .? whlih a t0 ("" been cele
brated jesterday In honor of the sixth anniver
sary of the signing of the Protocol. I.-., l.een
pestponed to October 10 Cuban Independence
Oay October 10 was the date of tho beginning
of ths great ten vcars" struggle for Cucan In-
uetH-iiucucw. ev is e-xpe-cvea mat the number
of Cubans at tho World's Fair at that time
will be very large
9374-G1RLS' PLAITED DRESS.
C. S, 10 and 12 rears.
Girls' Plaited Dre-si. Ni 9574 Some of
the new eme-pleco elresnes for girls look
so much IIlo co its that It Is often difficult
to discriminate between th(. two A dress
In this stvio is shown here developed In
whltei btllllantlne with coffee-colored lace
for trimming Tho deep tint of tho laco
nnd cr-nm tone of the material blend
Dfnuuiuuy
Ihrce tin pinits. in tlie bnck are stitched
to tho belt nnd Ilitly presce d ns far ns tho
hem. rot llnlns their plnited fold ; for tho
entire length In front there is a plait
on e-icli shoulder to correspond with sim
ilar ones at the bnck
Th closing Is made In slightly double
breasted stvlc with largo pearl buttons
Tho rtro-si Is cut out V-sh ipeil nt the n-ck
and finished with a brond siilor collar of
lace. Thlsi Is square nt the bnck and
round In front Tho fullnt-s around the
waist In drawn In cloeIy with a belt of
tho material which has a modish dip In
front.
A pittcrn is provided for a shield which
1 permancntlj attached tn the right front
and fastens invMbly at thu left side It
li comileted with a st ending collar. One
piece bishop sleieves lit the upper arm
close Ij, and nro quite wide, at the wrist,
where the fullness 13 g-ithered and at
tached to lace cuffs
Dresses In this t le are made of serge,
cheviot, chdllls. Trench flannel and Hen
rietta. a well .is henvy wash fabrics. Aa
a rule either the shield or sailor collar is
of contrasting material. If not they are
trimmed with ribbon, Ince or fancy braid.
To make the dress for a girl of S years
will require thrco and one-half yards of
material thirtv-six inchei wide, with
three-quarters ard of lace for trimming
The pattern. No 374, Is cut In sizes for
girls of 6 8. 10 and 13 veirs
bcuthem Exsr-tx
McLeannborn ccom
"Worlds I air bpectal
i, II. A vr. L. u
Fast MU1
Etem Express
VV orld a sir special
'S 4j Dm 7-2.)am
. . 4 44 pm J w am
y 01 am & li pm
(Henderson Iloutr.)
"S 20 am 7 It) jm
slSprn -7 31 am
3 01am 'n is pm
M., K. Jt T. Ill .. "TIIK KAT1 ."
Itatj Pair Special . ... 3 15 am oJOpra
Colambin. eddlla and S VV. 9 24 am o 3) pm
Th Katr liver 32pni 7-27ain
Missouri. Kansas anl S VV !! Ci pm ! ji) am
5 15 p. m. Ar-lve '3 00 a m.. ! 4t p. tn.
Momi.i: ami onto.
t7ew Orleans Limited ... . -3 26 pm 5 41 pm
Cairo and Jackson I-ast Mail. 3 0) am -7 52 am
Cairo and Mlssls-lppt Lxp . . & 31 pm R 22 pn
Murpbveboro Accommodation lLOJ pm i0 42 ara
st. louis ifuciis.rs' nnmcK
TER.'IIIAI. ns.ILtAx StULRDAX
TRAI SEKIItK.
Baatbound Lcve Eighth and Gratiot rtr-ejj,:
Dallv 10 a, rru. 12 20 p m . 5 13 p m , 6 JU p
m. Except faundav 3 04a.m.6 1(Ja.m 77
a- m , 3 p ne. i J2 p m. Sunday only 5 21 a.
m, 703 a m
Iyave VVash'ngtoa avenue; Dally io 04 a. ra.,
12 24 p m . 3 JO p m . ( Jj p m Except un
daj 08 a. m . 6-21 a. m.. 7 41 a m.. 3 03 p.
m , 8 27 p. ra Saturday and Sunday only
11 25 p n Sunday onlj o 2S a m . 7 10 a m.
v cethound L-av e Granite Cltj Dull) I U
p m.. 5 lit p m, 712 p m Except Sunday
B j a. m. . 02 a m. 3 a. m , 11 10 a m . 4 40
p m , 9 17 p m. Saturdaj only t 45 p m.
Vnniln. nnl C . m . n i in n . c .
--. - " w d ... . o iu, .-. .v u. til Sat
urday an 1 Sundaj only 11 53 p m. Except sat.
Liuej uu.i runnaj it jl p m.
Leave Madl'on. Dallj-1 IS p m.. tt: - m .
IT p in. Kic-pt Sundaj 5 23 a m . 7 eg a.
m . 9 03 a. m . II 14 a. m . 4 4? n m . 3 21 p m.
Saturday onlj 4 50 p. m jnday onlj 6 115 a
m s W a m , 10 43 a. ra Saturday and bun lay
onl 11 5S p m
ROCK Kf.s.'sD S1STKM.
Pleasant Hill rass-ngcr 01 am IJlpm
Kan ttj S. Sun Fran Exp.. 7 DO pm "7 -0 an
Bells I as.enger . 6J5 pm 3-03am
ST. LOLIS MI IMVVIIltl, ItAII.'Wa.Y
(tin Wabash).
Mall and Pxpress 17 It am Sit 10 am
Mall and Txpre.s 1330 pm 6 13 pm
VT. I.OI1 SOITIIWETERX.
(Cotton Pelt Poute )
Th- Texas Train Ipm 11 J1 am
Arkansas anl Texas Txpress 3 15 pin T 12 am.
VlLTHEHs, RIIAVV.
St. t einlH-LonlNsIllf. I.lnej.
St Louis Ftp Limited 'll-Olam 4 't, rm
Princeton. Alton, etc 7 22 am cSJOpm
Princeton Aeeorrmodatlon ... 17 J4 pm J10 nclam
Louisville anl Florida I0 10 pm 7J2am
Illinois) Conrt isilgnmeiils.
Centralla. HI , Aug. 12 The assignments
coming fall terms are as follows: Judge D.
In the Fourth Judicial District for the
Wight Clay. September 12; Jasper. Octo
ber 3; Effingham. October IT; fahelby, No-
ember 14 Judge S Ames Favette. Au
gust 22; Marlon. September 25; Montgom
ery, November 7; Christian, August 22,
Clinton, November 14.
STEAMBOATS.
St. Louis & Tennessee Riier Packet Co.'s
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
World's Fair Visitors.
ciic-iiiicui unaijsis uy eocior nriKRH, anu 1 iixs m weea pieuvir. mna ansoiuts rest on
peruaps some otner testimony, tvjij
offered, to-morrow.
The llFpnhllc'aj 4)rrrr Illank for
Above I'ntfern.
Be sure and fill In vour correct rost
orrlce address.
Eend 10 cents (one silver dime! to The
Republic Pattern Depjrtment. Republic
building, and inclose this blank, proper
ly linen our. wun your mme, address
and age for each pattern ordered.
No. 3374 Girls' Dress Price 10 cents.
Ane years
Name
Post Office....
Street and No.
State.
be I of our steamers. Telephone er call on
i . JN.O. B. MASSENdALE. Ajent.
u.i.i-vnis cuvrnt.!..
Northern Illinois Express .. 7 Ct am 0 in r,
Chicago Fair Spelal Sllam 'JOrf
Ciiiuiii u.jj.ii.!ii 7ict:ide
Dubuqun and bprlngfiel 1
Chicago Diamond Speclil
Chicago Midnight Special
Fan Mail. South
New Orleans Special ....
Accommodation, faoath ..
Dlxis Flyer, South 40 pm ogani
Accommodation Carhondale. "70 am t e:
rUM pm 7S8 am
. '11 43 am 8'04ini
. ; 04 pm m am
,?,iipm :;s
. HJ4pm s-euam
. ;j24am -jstpS
. ! 1j pm '3 40 Dm
4J0pm li 24 am
New Orleans' Limited
TOLEDO, ST. LOUS AMI "WESTERN.
"Clover leal Roule."
The Commercial Traveler.... K 5 pm JUani
Eastern Express ; 00 am 4 44 pm
Charleston Accommodation .. IS 43 pm f!0J2an
(Charleston Accommodation... 17 30 pm is J11 am
VtsrnALIt. I.IM3.
Pcnnsj Isanln Lines West of Pltts-
liarR l'ennsi Irnnls Railroad.
Tho Fast Mail TOam 2 15 am
Tho Local Express 1 24 am "4 to pm
The) Kejstone Fxpre'S S 41 am 7 10 pni
The New York Limited 12 JO pm 13.1pm
Ohla and Irglnla Express .'li 45 pm ! 34 pm
Logansport and 1- t.U ayne Ex 04 pm 7 04 am
The Pittsburg Special ! 15 pm 7 22 m
Tha New York Express 9U 33 pm s 40 pm,
Lfflngliam Accommodation .. 5J0pm S 40 am
WAD4.SU.
Continental Limited 3 f arn "7 is nm
Det , Iluffalo Jlontreal Exp 12 Jo pm -8 04 Sm
Toledo Expn-sj a J0pm 7 33 Dm
Toledo. N 1. uosipn ixp.. "siiipm Kzsitm
Mldnhiht Umltecl last '1132 pm 2 00 5m
Toledo Local Express .. .. $ 45 nm w J
Cincinnati and Indianapolis. "J 00 am -7 13 SS
Cincinnati and Indianapolis. 8 JO pm S 04 am
Jacksonville. Local Express..ls 43 am t7L,im
Banner Express-Chicago ... -9.22 am -SSm
Chicago Special A-. 12 01 pm 3 Jl h
Banner Limited-Chicago .... -3 13 pm -7 3 Sm
Midnight IJmlted-Chlcago ..'11 32 pro i m aS
Kansas City Express -3 (,j am 4 14 pS
Kansas City Fait Mall -2:20 pm wSS
Kansas City Limited -lojSpS S-,iSS
Kan City Midnight SpeciaL.ll 45 pS islm
Omaha-Ojuncll Hlurfs Exn.. jsam -Jitf.S
Minneapolis and St Paul Ex. 2 10 pm 4 , SS
Cannon Ball-Omaha 7 Jo Bm 4 fi J
Otturawa-Des Moines Exp ... -a-ooam i.S
Minneapolis and St. Paul Ex. -3-00 SS -TaielES
West-Moberly and Kan. City 7 01 im TiSbiS
Moberly Local -,J0 JS .11 !oaS
East-Decatur Local oopm )4?rS
Hahorbsn Train. " ,m
Depart Firm Union Station: Ferguson te n
P m . !. p m . IS 13 a. m . laTm'if."
Olive Street btatfon: St ChaVle- efi e". m.
1? 40 p m - liridgetoa, 14 U p. m'. V S '
Ferguson, -i 50 a. m., 1r p.' m ; ifi; 5" S '
I. 4a p. in 17- n ,
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