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:& 1 THE ST. LOUTS REPUBLIC; FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1904. crrr real estate for. sale. MMWWMAMAAAM CITT REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. WWWWWMMAAAAAMAWWMVWWMWMN - - - ..... . - --ij'L"ir-LJ-LijLLLrLru"Lnf CITT REAL EUTlTE FOR ALE A HIGH PLAGE MOUNT ST. EDWARD A FIXE TRACT OFGJIOVSD. HIGH AVD LEVEL. AT THE TER3IIXCS OF THE CASS AVENTJE ELECTRIC HXE TViTHIV 33 MECUTES' RH)E OF SIXTH AXD OLIVE STREETS FRONTING ST. LOUIS, 3IAFFITT, POWERS, TERRV, BURD, CLARA AXD ST. EDWARD AVENUES ADMIRABLY SITUATED FOR RESIDENCE PURPOSES - CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS, STORES AND CHURCHES, WITH CITY WATER IN THE STREETS AND GAS AT THE PROPERTY-WILL BE OFFERED AT SPECIAL SALE TO AND CONTINUED SUNDAY AT 2 P. M. SHARP. While this property is high-class, and situated in a fine residence district, assuring a substantial advance, it will be sold ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT .RESTRICTIONS, enabling the wage-earner to locate In a suitable neighborhood, surrounded by good homes and city conveniences, without an outlay of any great sum. DISCIPLES CLOSE MiSSIONAHYMEETING RIVER NEWS. For Rle ail Fall of the Rivera !1 boors flirting at 7 a. m. St. Louts, Oct. 20. 1504. Danger. Gauge. Change. . A - H5 Twenty Thousand Christian Dele gates Attend Exercises in Fes tival Hall at the Fair PRESIDENT FRANCIS SPEAKS SPECIAL IU1LD I TEMPORARY H3NE AM STOP PAYINI RENT, PRICE S250 UP PER LOT. $10 CASH, $5 M8HTHLY. 5 PER CENT INT REST F Bar iississipp Yillsy Trm! 0t,, AgiiiJ, Will leave oar ofHre. Fourth nnd PI or. at I p. ra. !atnrday, stopping; to take on pasxencrrv r.-;'""?3 F"" Jefferson and Cs Grand and St. Loals and Tnylor and St. Louis 7-""-" . s,M "ii oe stationed at; Ihf i hiiIjIi .. as - . . - "v ""- uirrci Tun to the car I s000Ri nm amtie i m F&. mSW fl figSUlU . i-i r- FOURTH AXD PIXE STREETS, AT AUCTION ! I Satwriay, EM 29th, ai 2 j'Olotk -100 Choice residence and Business Lots Maple Ave., Olive St. Road, Bartmer Ave., Chamberlain Ave. and Sutter Ave. We hjOTW bees authorized to sell these lots at Public Auction , to the highest -bidder to wind up the affairs of the Edna Realty .Co. They will be sold regardless of price or weather. , This property lies immediately north of the World's Fair Growtds. and Delmar Garden. Suburban Railway cars direct . to-property. A golden opportunity for builders and investors. Propel tj in' this section is rapidly increasing in value. Water aad gas pipe laid. Title perfect. We pay this year's taxes. TERMS: OXE-FIFTH CASH, BALANCE 1, 2, 3 AND 4 YEARS . '. MIT F0RSET THE DATE. SALE OR THE PREMISES; ! m tmaaaBaa tbTbs. " aTam aTaTa a -a m a h MtKUAil I ILK. IKUdl UU., """ H. L. tUTTON, Auctioneer. J55S. ." SJd M &6LS9. i tie same. though some sellers are quoting then st shade lower. Uberal receipt-- of native cows and a good reany quaraannes neaksned the market con siderably, and value, practically ail the way through are 19filjc lower. though, while some sales have hardly be-n made this low tier are very few. Bulls are se i.ng an- at as wea as last "- ' supply of calves was a little laiger. and hardly as good, and talues are ionw l iii3" J&? flrat f15'3 cf thouga very utte d-ffertnee is shown when compared with a week ago. TEXAS AXD INDIAN 9TEEES. No. 151.. . 37.. L. At. Ft. .1341 4.5) . S44... 3.19 . 376 .. 3.(0 . K 2.i . S31... 2.S3 . SW... 2.75 0 . 2.03 Xo. Ar. Pr. 1...11M... 3.) M...106... is :... ys... i.io 27... 7S7... 2J3 3... S10... 2.73 21... et... 2.33 Pr. S.f 3 09 3.ro J ..Z... 2.73 11 Mi... 2.-3 ' 2... i7J... 2.(3 No. Av. I...IUI... ...13... 1 570... Arkansasr 3... 530... : .19 Mta SOCIETTS. M'M'.".''M KHI6RTST OF FTTHIAS. MMrMMMMAMyM ABTLJE: HAIi.. CDLUKBIA LODGE. NO. 3M. K. P meets eroy -Tuesday even- . VVI1UUT UUUIUDIC IUUJ W1U yil.c. .nr. r xneaaay vcsur. uowoer u won m or Knight. All members expected: rood VtCtXinsr Drowera coroiauy miiru ui i : ALE3CANDER NICHOLSON. C C. . F. Penmaey. K. ct R. & S. HIDEFKXDEXT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. aasassssaMNsaajsaasSasssasssasatsaaaataaisatjs A1ii: tlAU-OOliDliNCKOWN-LODGE. no. fa. 1l ex p- tteraiar convenuon cr- i mint, a o-cioct-uau no. i. tenia yrCOUiUBK. wen af (sen wica. ' member coma. Visitors Inrlted. . . F. W. KJKK, C U. C Beott. K. of B. s i TjrtlSB GREAT LODGE. NO. 27. K. OF 2 P.. Howanra HaU, Thirtieth and OUve. arrarr wsonesoay ax a o-eiocio visiiora a. It P. rDilwuu c C . A. Hoberta.' K-otJt. VB. kMBOUEI liODQE. NO.2. K. OF P BtlB l Mimilll -nmMHi -N IU Olirr Street i Intsa win onster the rack of Pace Jfrlday wexooer zl vtsuors always welcome. T. r MnotiTL c c. C WtBk. g. ot R. at S. jacaiTc lorxm- mo. w. k. of r. saaeta'erry-weaneaoay ermine centory b mom -ana uure srrasia. uctooer la, laqulrt; Oaars. Visitors InvltecL A-Oray. K.of K.S. 'TTHAQOHAS VODQK. MO. 275. K. OF P .rernsniniay erwnms; at casua tasat oonar Qrand sua Kastnn un- . Sst 1 aTclOTk- WimIl Esmxtm ranlr WnM. sHaailisi U. Jfemoer expected.- VlslUcr kanabnyawascem. . B-RHOLtET.CiC. r tssotmr LODGii no. n, l o. a r, J K meets on Friday evening. October 21. ac Odd FeUows" Hall , Msa and Olive streets, visitors welcome. There will be work in the desrees. Come and "have a look." - r , HT. KESSLEE. X. G. R. H. 3Tctt1s. Recording- Secretary. T. LOUIS LODGE. NO. 5. L. O. O. jr.. meets KM. filtiinfav &nH.tn ... c o'elcck at Odd Fellows" bnlldice. southeast cor 5Srt.Xmto ."na OUTe streets. In hall No. I. visitors welcome and members expected to t S1, . tt ... N- MATHESON. N. a It. A. Hamilton. Secretary. C... 751 2.B) 549... -10 Cows and heifers II... 803... 2.SS 127. 12... 789... -.33 HEIFEPS. 27... S0... 2.23 1J 2S... 333... ..iy... m . K... . M0... J... 733... 2.J3 4... 7... 2.29 733... 2.20 27... 713... 2J) 1... M... 2.10 25... S81... 2.10 13... 633... 2.00 Arkansas: I... S39... 2.23 4... 23... 3... IS... .05 23... SS3... : Arkansas: 27... K3... 2.1 1... 1129... t.K 1I...1127... 2.19 Arkansas: 1...1259... JJ9 ... SS... 2.SJ .. 747... 2J COWS. .. S74... i41 HO... 2.35 MI... 2.30 77t... 2.15 7S... 2.IS CI... 2.00 :... MS... 2.00 I... 5S0... 2.10 MIXED. BULLS. I 1033... 2.19 L..I949... 2J0 .. X10... .. 360... ..169... . 795... ,. (SO.., . so.. . 360... 2.59 2 34 2) 2.13 2 '. 2.W 1.23 SO... 27S.. 1C. 2C9.. 10... !.. 3... 2(5.. S.M T.C4 .'&09 STAGS. 1... no... 3.K CALVES. (Per head.) a... 191... .C9 4... 1S7... T.M 3... 310... 7 Ji L..1270... 2.19 I...1059... 2.00 1... ... Ut 7 Ml... J..00 3... 321... 3.09 X... 139... .C 1 1 1 IU3ET LODGE. Nt. ILO.O.F.. jv iwauy nrauf oi iiki.n ia.h ....W .. hall No. 1. Odd Fellows' bnlldtnc corner Ninth ami Ollre. at S o'clock. Work In Initiatory decree. October 23. Visitors Invited. A. J. DATJVrUPLS, N. O. "PT. D. Reed. Secretary." LTVE-STOCK MARKET. FOIALf LODGE. NO.-JB.-K. OF P ntl .- rrarfsnesy erenxnc in ooa 1 kaildW. Ninth and Olive streets, sev- sr wera xa- xna ranaa aiwars on hand. r are- cnrdlalrr l&vlX-tf. Itemll. am rw.. i V9 AHTMI1R TTTPTVWTt 1 Green. Jc of-R. 8. LODOfl JCO. su tr civ t i erary Tnesday, evening at castle .-Work' In the-rank otKnlrht. Vla Bae n t. rvsrriov f r C Swatta. K-ef.R. & ' rJrKS?D?.7i.?9i!:.K, OF P, -j .awitn. rtuin jj Vive streets erenlnav October 14. work In rank of P Dnirnnlch. K. of h. and s' Usnle. sso. BB Lteoo lalTJGE. KO -71 ir nx -w Jtcocayevenlntr.:October 24. in baS aaooe Cantnnr-Jmflrfm .en.tM.v T C-aod Prelate. Also smoker aumoers expected and ee ro-attsmd. tntAKirx. vnrttfp- - r . Olf Brooks. JE,ot R. s. AXD MASOXS. ACCEPTED Illl'l -1-II"IH" I l. iiijiii.ih ; LODGE. NO. IS. A. T. A. Ml nwenBi xTuay. October 2L I.sjl rhmT srrenun. Work In JL M. de- - wiiww. i-nuczicu ana visitors ira- ' invited to attend. ?.iaecretarr. ' J1 J. Barne.l WASHI?CrtTnv mrvir ?r . P. A. M.. will hold stated coat Mi Tbmdav ivtn.w -i -rT.. Texanle. Grand and nun .... ' fit Entered jummitfni Jim in. I cat-aWly Jtrrited to meet withnx ?L. atemoHs Jr.. Secretary, ljXXWOQD L0DGI1X. F. i A, 3L . saesBocrs -m nereoy nouned that the ao inataiiation ceremonies of Ma- ksaxn. ao. um. win oegin x i aaTD conducted by D. D- G. 1L Louis ilol- as.rwr linarm- or-.fnvlt.? iriw. rirafrethments. Vsrehall and Manchester JaapJewcod. Ho.' . l rr tc. vcTtnvr tt. v .'CBeg. aecrttary. C...123S..5.4) 4...13J7... 5.15 I2...US0... 3.00 22...11S2... 4.09 1S...12SS....S.45 13...1277... 3J3 2I...IU4... 3.19 21..0111 4J5 23 SO... 2.63 aSHuL'KI LODGH N6. I. A. P a A M -Hajieo. corrnnnnicauon n wedne-day. c .- -. (.fr.- in.. Auiiiuuan mui. orand t- "Ma amnc .Tern pie. ..2I-.M. dere- ttm- s. tenuvers and vMltlner brethren are ko omo. BT If. HOLLAND. AeUmr W. if. H. Iieems. Irrirny. . I OLA. STAR LODGE, TfO.-TJ. 'A. F. 'it A. ..as wiu-qoMr-si aratea cammtmicauon In sail, ucana jivenoe Alaeooic Txemnle. rtdayV-ereninc at S Vefock. Work sn ree. t.' was. i. uouvrutui, w. Jl. VAmblsr.-.gecretary.' ' OF ' ODD ORDER FsTXLOWS. a ii i w ) a i j v NCHOR.LODaE. NO. 32S. X. O. O. F.. sk-sks wtsst maooAr erexaBSTAt.ctuiette 6-,10n-a-nth.and.Wrljtht streets.-.WcrkrJa .-i,.vmxiBS nreinren welcome. il.t1 nvtr-in w n. i;(Pc1tr;-Saeretarr. 5113 North Ninth 9t40??E' so- s- j. o. o. l3P--.aaj7e-yry i"riday evening- at 8 aitjjeaj BJatr Pat. C A. B .- sssrs-r ktkl, visuinc Brsuiren, arrtted n. aoeasV Wcrk la the de- B-xJo-'tia Native Supply- Moderate Deet (battle Steasly Sheep Close Stronjtr. NATIVE CATTLE Beef -crs There was only a moderate sopply of beef steers, but tho market ruled dull and draaxy. The eacply of beeves this week has been fairly liberal, espe dany of the medlnni and pretty cood nrades. and as most of the offerlnes jtolay were of these kinds, they met with very noor leanest. Buyers seemingly cared little for them and It took a'aood bit of effort to dispose of them, yet there was no material chance from yesterdaya range. Only a load or two of good to choice atcerg were available, and sold early at good, steady prices. Nothlnc; as choice as SS.C9 cattle cf yesterday was on sale, the best Lelnc two loads t rood to choice that sold at 35.73SS. A pretty rood kind sold at 33.13475.43. ranging on down to 1404.0) for xrassy half-fat and medium grades and Ileht steers at.rU9sr2.S3. ordinarily going aa stockers. BEEF AND BUTCHER STEERS. No. Ar. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. 'At. Pr. A...iv...n.wv v...jm... a..j 41...1244... 5.49 27...I243... S.39 1S...13JS... S.JS 13...U32... S.19 I...129S 4.73 29 1136 4J3 C 27... -.40 1J...137;... .99 S-..ln... 53 14..0123... 6J3 2...I249... 6.H 43...12C... 1.15 49...1CSS... 4.M 32...1S2... 4.e9 14... J12... 2.73 4 113) 2.7S Tearllnes: ... 735... 4J9 Botcher Catlte-tT1nle a good list cf ra'es S5rrai'rSM i? ,"" dpartnienl the iradf to f'i .T5 i"!1"' drl8y and very mean, ijost cr the offerlnes were canning and medium .i15 Meh Dovere have taken quite freelr this week, and are well filled. It was amost lUMrL.10"51 ""A wWlc a ccnsld erable portion did sell steady, ethers sold at r."?- &ea witb OBlr tea- coed tat 7J? hand, no one seemed to to want them, and-bld were lower all around. Somefew pretty f??3 HL,cbol J01? 1'1 f1" & op to J3.50. but most cf the offertnrB Unded at J1J SlTT- Je- J pretty good heifers were sold while most of the supply was fair to medium. HEIFERS. Aa At. Pr. Na Av. Pr. L..I.41...34.00 1... M...J1.00 10... 745 3.73 2 543... JJfl 2i Sr J- 7 us". 5.M l...v722... 2JS 7... 413... 2.19 " 7C... iMI ... 723... 2. !-.. GS 2.45 11... 7... 23 1... 7... 2.19 3... S31... 23 COWS. 1...123)... SSA 1... 531... 3.00 7...10C... 3 M0S9... 23 S... 391..-. ZM 17... N3... 2J3 2-..n70... 2J5 9...I997... 2.6) 12... 864... 3J5 11... 745... 2J3 3... T5. 2.15 13... S34... 2v23 S.J. 322... 231) 2... C6S... 2.99 L... at... ZA 29... 937 2.19 7 Z24... 2.19 II... 194... 2 09 1...1039... 2.09 6... 70... 2.00 1... 730... 1.75 L.. W)... 1.59 1... SOU...' .73 illXED. iS. EE... 5.13 BULLS. J..J2W... IJ5 C...13K... 2.5J VEAL CALVES. 4... 149. 7.09 3... 114... 7.00 J... 1M. J ; J-2 ? IS l... "0... 2... 173... C73 .., 137... 8.75 12... 154... 2... lOB... 6.00 2... 209... 6.23 15. 2M..I ... IK... IM I... 229... SJ3 I... 210... tiSH ZrtLJ- ""ate supply of hogs ar ?JJ?e Pis amounting rji 5.000 head; ?1SJ5ty' were oay ""f ta quality, tirre be ng nofryod!5 "" Ugl1 n "St werf I?f S?'i. Pn' 1th a pretty good de mand from Htr hnt.k.p. Kani.: i . .t!Z. forthe bt-hop:-al.d--aJnnaT SffiS found ready sale at steady prices, but all others were slow sale and prices barely steady. No matter what we-ght buyers are looking for they are ray particular as to quality and -naat only those that aie strictly corn fed, smooth and the best of quality. The mixed hois. In clining old. rough sows and greenish, grassy Pics and lights, are very s:av sale and It take. lots of hard work to get rid of them at any price, and frequently thev have to be held oer several days. Good. fat. 200-Ib. hogs and above are now the best sellers. The late market was extremely dull and some lower. Qood butcher and heavy bogs scld at Ji2 85.40- fair to medium welehts and rackets 5.10g3J3: lights above 159 lbs. average, 14.75 No. Av, Pr. 13... kiJ...Ctu 1... S15. 3.13 3... i... 3.19 J... ... 3.T0 2... 3... 2.3(1 ... ;. zS !...... 3.5) 3...I03! S.C0 3 950... 2J3 27... 892... 2.23 4... 93".'.. 2.33 27... t3... 2.15 1... SW... 2 15 1... SiB... 2.10 2... 756... 3.19 1.-.. 770... 1.23 3... 325... 1.23 2...12C3... 2.6 7.09 (.51 (J) S. 5.(4 ..-. 3.M I Lee I 1... 210 4 .23 2 113 4nn IS... 37... 2.59 6... S6S... 2.23 EOUTHER 'PATTTJ1 Th .mnU ,e -.- .anOne cattle was very moderate, aaly 53 cars' - . a,4,w u'-u uiujf h .-r- iae proportion of steers was small, but Included oom choice wintered, grass-fed steers. L241 lbs., at 1129, with rates ranging down for madlum'and pretty Ed at Sgirv and a fair to medium kind around 12.io$2.t3. while common, but little light J,1.TOl1 tS2J0. Trade was steady, though some weokners was reported on common A Bberal proportion were oow and -heifers, , tZJO&Sr fa3IT- '- tene- prevailed, though on fair Wndr around-32.35, aoxae-weak-S"? piTT?,,ed-i Bon aood'kmds oft cows sold nn to 2J0, and good to choice mixed cows and hrtfers at trso, with the bulk, at H.10S1M for common to pretty good kinds. csSveswere to lUrht supply arL sold strady. .ic.i. m 1M?e!im1?,J!X,.,E?, '"I5" wh for steers this, week to hold the market, asnerauy steady, although on the better kinds froroi 523 ; ud to IS? 5!2. USH, at IncreSiiirSgth ,& SSS JL25 n:ed1umPa1d t. TWOvJ. lng 139 lbs. or more sold at JS.0Sg6.2. axalnst JCOGSSJO V7ednesday. SHEEP Only a small number H sheep was in aie and there was no good fat Iambs at iL Same few good native sh-ep were Included among the arrivals, but the offerings in g-neral were on the emmon order. A cood. stronc de mand prevailed for gocd quality, fat stuff, and buyers were greatly disappointed at not being able to secure what they needed. Half fat lambs are slow sale, while the common Uttle culls are almost unsalable at any price as nobody wants them, the slaughterers beinrf very anxious for stuff with flesh, but cannot use tne real win ones, uooa stocaers sen wcii and are needed to met the inquiry from coun try buyers. HORSES The horse market during the week has been exceedingly active, and en fully as good or a better basts than last week. The Southern demand has been phenomenal fcr this time of year, and smooth, wcll.made. Uttle Southern chunks and drivers, frcm 14H to 15H hands, have tyen snapped up by the large at tendance of Southern buyers who were on hand: In fact, the demand for good Southern horses was considerably larger than the supplr. and several hundred more cf good class could have been sold at equally stronc prices. Values have been as high as at any time during this sea son, which Is equivalent to saying in several years. The Eastern trade baa been good, so far as well-finished bUz hones running from 1.SO0 lbs. up hare been concerned, and orlces have been on a level, fullr as high as at an7 time durng the last several mentbs, but on plain and me dlum kinds and classes, weighing 1.299 to L399 Ibs-the demand has been slow and crlces have been comparatively low. little demand prevail ing for the latter, as they are cow out of sea son. The general supply cf hor-es has been moderate and conslcerably smaller than the. run last week, which tatter, no 'doubt, had con siderable to do with limiting this week's sup ply. The movement throughout the week has ben'vcry brisk. Horse quotations: Harness hors-s ............ ...............tl52t9 Heavy draft, choice to extra 1.6223 Heavy draft, common to good 119'140 Business horses. L299 to L309 lbs 13S1C3 Chunks, choice to extra. 12342179 Chunks, common to good.... PmI19 Farm chunks C3erl0) Southern horses, chclce to extra.... 3?5 Southern horse?, plain to good - 33 MULES The receral suoplr of mules has been heavier this week than for about two months oast. It started In moderately, but as the week progressed the Influx has been h.avy and supplies aicumulated toward the ml'dle of the week. t demand was very cood at lllc cnmroencejiiMi. out as miwiin tui-iccu. the advantage was with the buying side, and dealers held off for slight concessions on medium and plain kinds. The trade from the South has been very good, but not sufficiently large to Justify .ueh a heavy supply. Choicer mules have have o-en rather In the minority, and en this account have ruiTered na bad effect- on the market, but. on the contrary, have sold under a verv urcent demand, and have brought prices that were as strong as at nnv time this sea son. The easiness of the plainer kinds of mules ha not amounted to a deiinite d:cllne. but values are weaken and some conceslons had to be forthcoming In order to negotiate offerings. . There has been practically no trade from the East, ami larce mulea hae not been very much represented In the sunol. but vet a number cf the heavier kinds have been sold to go South at firm prices. MULE QUOTATIONS. 14 hands, extreme range 4 43.003 S0.M 14 nancst. ouia oi saies ....... 14ti; hands, extreme range.... 14U hand, bulk of sales....... 15 hands, extreme range 15 hands, bulk of sales 15U hands, extreme range... lit. hanjs.bulk of sales...... 16 hands, extreme range IS hands, bulk of sales strictly rrlme lamtn sold: calls M: Canada lambs !... Hogs Heceints 22.33- lower: best fclate hoss 13... Kansas City. Oct. 29. Cattle Rcelnls 12.4X). Including 7W Southerns: tnatket straly: choice export anl d-esscd beef ?:-rs 13 255i: filr to cood IIB325- Western fed steer.' MR559; stockers and feed.rs J7.2iJ75: Southern strs 12.59&X75: Southern cows 1LSj.i2.75: native cows Jl.5lfi3.S9. natlie heifers CiJSlS): bulls 11.7563.50 calves 12.59SC. Hots Receipts 000: market steady to 3c hlcher: too 33.271,: oulk of sales 14(005 29: heaiv I313B3 271.: uackers JS 63.15: pies and Hrhts II 6r5'i03. Sheep Re ceipts 4.009: market stronc: native lamb- 14 25 63.:o: nathe wethers B.2aS3.S3: native ewes 13 63.59: Western lambs 14.2125&J: Western vear Unes K-Sirl: Wes-ern sheen 13.&&7.95: stockers and feeders !2.5Qn3T5- South St. Joseph. JIa. Oct- 29. Cattle Re ceipts 3.S37: loc lower: natives t3.75So.25: cows and heifers 11.5024.S3: stockers and feeders J2.7S3X73. Hoes Receipts 2.031: Uc higher: llcht 14 :tW5.15: medium- and heaw liai.S,. SheecRecelsts 2.368: Wc higher: too lambs 15.59. roultry. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New Tork. Oct. zn. Live Poultrj Receipts 2 cars Western and a liberal quantity of near-by express stock. Receipts M far this wsek foot up 33 cats, with about S to S more jet due. There was tcmc Inquliy fcr fancy heavy fowl but chickens and light fowls were dull and dragging, with no possibility of a clearance this week. Roosters and turkej- stiady. Ducks and gees- In moderate supply, destiable selling Dressed Pou.trv Recints tJLVl nkn Th conditions In the dresSld-poultry market were even warse than those previously reported. Re ceivers ara still catrjins some of Monday's. Tuesday's and most of yesterday's receipts; wh. have lost th-Ir ffesh appearance, and haie to be forced out without much resard to prices. Fowls, while not as plenty as chickens, sold sJowIv at 12c on average dry-picked and scalded, while faacy-grad-d In instances reached 12HC. A lew choice .arge dry-picked roast-ng; chickens commanded HHlCc. but on the aver age run of dry-picked chickens 114c was all that could be defended upon, while few straight lots of scalded showed quality to exceed lie. Those prices were only paid for lots of dry-picked that contained a goodly proportion of small broilers and targe roasting chickens. Southern and Southwestern springs very dull at lower figures. Fancy turkeys scarce and firm. Prime Western ducks firmly held at higher figures. Bquahs not so plenty and steady. Iced Spring chickens, dry-picked, average run.. 11UV-C7 Western scalded, over 8 lb to pair, fancy 12VjC: scalded, average run. 10'iSUc. Fowls western scalded UgU4c: 8outhern"and Southwesttrn llSlHic. Ducks Western 'mixed old and 3onng 9(jllc; Western fancy spring- llflic Other quotations unchanged. Esfjs. REPUBLIC SPECIAL New Tork. Oct. 20 Eggs Receipts 6.343 cases. The weather was bright and clear, but temperature high and the general movement somewhat curtailed. Th market on fresh pre sented about the same features as 5e day, with, perhaps, a d stcsltlon on the part f re ceivers tonard yielding m price rather than lose sales. Dirties, checks and culls were qulot In the free offering resulting from candling out storage. Refrigerators, outside of very fancy Northern and Michigan, were neglected, unless at prices owners were not lscl.ned to accept with further offers of firsts. s-Uer the season, at lSVx Quotations unchanged. Kan-as aty. Oct. 20. Eggs steady; Missouri and Kansas new, Na 2 whltewood cases, in cluded, lSHc per daz.; case count 16ic per dos.; cases returned He per dor. Ie. Chicago. Oct- 29. Eggs steady: at mark, cases included, lsueujijc: firsts lS4c: prime firsts 30c pxtrss He Phfladelphla. Oct. 39 Eggs firm and active; near-by firsts and Western firsts TliirL at mark. The Metal Market. New Tork. Oct- 2a Tin was easier In the London market closing 131 12s d for ipot and 129 2s 6d for futures. Locally prices were af fected by the Indications or an easier situa tion abroad and spot chyed 125 671463.174; some dealers quoting 123 634. Copper- was un changed at 60 Is 3d for -pot and 59 3s for tutuits in the London market. Locally lake Is quoted tlii2ii,8is.s7H: electrolytic 113813.23. and casting 112.S7H313. Lead was unchanged at U In London and at 14 20Q4 .35 In New Tork. Spelter also was unchanged at 23 2s 6d In Lon don, but ruled a little higher here at 15.2333.39. Iron closed 50 4d In Glasgow and 43s Sd in Mlddlesbcro. Lecallv -on was firmer: NVi 1 foundry Northern 11 !.751?1V2; : No. 2 foundry Northern 114.25214.73; No. 1 foundry Southern and No. I foundry Southern soft llt.o9gis. Jfevr Tork Curb Market. REPUBLIC SPEOAL, New York. Oct. 29. Inttrboro Rapid Transit was the f-ature of the curb market to-day. The stock was bought persistently at advanc ng prices all through the day. opening at loC and advancing to 169. with transaction, of about 19 shares. Northern Securttlas were JKS j111..03 a fairly large seal', opening at lirt. declining to '113. and then advancing to 113V- Can preferred, which has been under pressure for some days, was firm to-day. and teemed to have Inside support. There was trading of about 1.009 shsres in th stock at prices ranging from 45 to 'Ji. Canadian Pacific Rights sold at Sli to S3. 09O 79 01 .. 003110.01 . 63.00U 94 09 . 7Q.0Q3i).O) ,. 73.OJS1O0W ,. S3 UJiiiii ) . 199 00S129 00 . 1210uJ-0Jj . 13a.INS139.00 By Telesrrapb. Chicago. Oct. 20. Cattle Receipts 14.000. In cluding 4.001) Westerns: market steady to strong; good to prime steers 15 30U7: poor to rocd urn j3.5ffif3.iS: stockers and feeder 12a4: cows 1250 4:4.25; heifers J7S5.r3: cacnrs 11.2362.23: hulls tL73ft4S: calves Ufi6.73: Texas ted steers M 39 tfi; Western steers 3585. Hogs Receipts H 099: market strong; mixed and butchers 34.759 5.35: good -to choice heavy 15.1595.40: rough heavy JUGM3: light 14.T3itu5: bulk of. sa-ea H&ifZZ. cucct.niciiiu du.vAJ. buhib, uaua steady good to choice wethers 3.754.59: fair to choice mixed !3?r3.75; Western sheep S31r4.25; native' lambs tl.50tt2.83: Western Iambs 3435.65. New York. Oct. 29. Beeves Receipts 213: f eel mir week: do-trading to-day; dressed beef, alow but steady. . Calves Receipts 2S3r very little doing; vealv nominal; graasers 1X23; city dressed veals weak at e to 13c per lb.: extra 1714c country urrwea BUli'c; areseea grassprs ana fed calves 436Uc. Sheep and lambs Re ceipts 4.700: sheep quiet but steady: lands very c lowvr: vpn- lair xraziii: Kacen tore -51.0H: .iamb ?3.S.7;-ik j Dried Frnlls. New York. Oct. Th- market for evaporat-i ed apples contlnuei qnlet and weak, with sut de prices hlrh Common are oi-ed at 4'itc prime at 4Q5c; caclce at S63tic. and fanr - -;.ti. " .c HiLuuii cuanze or spe cial feature. Quotations rang- from 2c to 5-c according to grade. Apricots also remain un changed, either In price or general market con dltlons; cho'ce are held at "tie; extra chvee lOHSlOHc and fancy IlglSc Peaches are quiet, but. while demand Is moderate, there s no prepare to -!Ir arr-l "prices show nr-m.; choice are held syeSirc; extra choice SXSJc. and fancy H819c. Sngnr. New Vers. Oct. 39. Sugar Raw swady: fair refining Pic: centrifugal. JS test. 4Hc: molasics sugar 3H": refined sugar untt!-d: cruched 5.63c: powdered 3.o3c: granulated 4.S3C. New Orleans. Oct. 29- Sugar steady; .open kettle 34S3;c: open kettl centr'tngil 4(il'4c: centrifugal while 4?4c: yeltew, new. -i;J4 s-hc. seconds 2ut:c. MoIaxsiF Open kettle nominal; new centrifugal 12tJ20c Sirup Now C3a34C Dry Goods. New York, Oct. 20. The dry goodi.marktt la developlnc In firmness and more buslnem Is being done for future delivery. Buyers how ever, are still conservative, aad'thelr operations are by no means speculative. Scarcity in many lines Is deveToplng and It Is evident jobbers are In need of coods. Jobbers, locally, are only In differently busy. Butter and Cheese. Philadelphia. Oct. 29. Butter firm: good de mand: extra Western creamery 22cr extra near by prints 24c. Oeese qu'ct, but steady; New York full creams, fancy lOUftlOirc; da tholce 19c: do. fair to good 9M??ac. Chicago. Oct. a) Butter firm: cream.rles is ezicz dairies 13911c. Cheese steady "lOffHHe. LAST GtnUIAXT CONCERT. Reunions and Receptions Are Held at the .Various- State Buildings in Honor of the Visitor.;. -With services attended by 20.O") delegates In Festival Hall yesterday alternoon. the International J'tesionary Convention of the Christian Church was brought to a successful termination after a series of sessions vhich covered a period of one tieek. The demonstration at the World's Fair was the largest In point of numbers of any, denominational exercises held at the Ex position sines. It has been opened. The Disciples of Christ were the first leligious denomination to erect their own building at the Fair, and the exhibits nhich it contained hae attracted no flit lie attention, z An Informal reception tvas held at the pavilion of the Disciples' building; from I to 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Doctor J. H. Garrison of the ChnstLin Eiangelist, who later raa alto chairman .f the meet .g in tnuul Hall, prtsidtd at trie-reception anu i-oke bnetiv on the relrz.ous jjieis. tajme, in part: "There is an od-time question as to whether a newspaper should merely re fect public sentiment or seek to mold uid duci. it. ..i own mnviction .n that question Is that the religious editor. at least. v,ho has no higher aira than. to i-enect tne popular sentiment of the ,-eople he represents, and who does not feel it hi duty, in so far as he believes public sentiment to be too low. to lift it up to a higher plane and lo ho-d trp'hlgh er Ideals, ought to abdicate his tripod and give place to one who has a worthier conception of his calling;. "To be the medium of the discussion of living- Issues. to report faithfully what Is being oone'for the extension of God's kingdom, to interpret the current events of the time in the light of Christianity, to be a messenger of cheer and hnne tn its care-burdened readers, to hold up before the world the highest ideals of Christian life, and to Illustrate the Christian spirit In Its columns this 'ia the nigh mission of the religious press." LAKGE KBCEPTIOX. Fifteen officers of the five national boards of the church received thousands of fellow-members "durlrm the afternoon. Amonc those m the receiving; line were: A. McLean of Cincinnati. F. iL Pains, of Cincinnati. s- Jl. Cooper of Cincinnati, George F..Snively of St. Louis; Benjamin L. Smith of Cncinnatl. Mrs. Henry Meier of St. Louis, and Miss ilattle Pounds of Indianapolis. The World's Fair Commission of every State which sent delegates to the Chris tian conference received the church peo ple In the-r own State buildlcsrs during the afternoon. About forty State houses were open. Both Kentuckv'and Missouri held formal receptions, at which Missouri and Kentucky members of the Christian Church, were welcomed by the officers of their State organizations. The exercises- in Festival Hall at S o'clock caused that" building; to be taxed to its utmost capacity. Doctor J. H. Gar rison presided at the meeting, and intro duced the speakers. The services began with the singing of. the "Coronation" and a prayer by Doctor T. P. Healey. Kansas City, Mo. President David B- Francis welcomed the Disciples to the- Exposition, and con gratulated them on the large audience presenL He said:. "I think there wa a little sVpnticism on thft nart of the Ex position officials, about your being; able to. nil mis nan. out tney osu uaiierva iiieiii selves that'they had not made this skep ticism manifest-' He confessed that the disciples had not only kept their promise, but had surpassed expectations. "We think." he said, "that In this great Exposition we-have been elevating. God's preachers. I would that more of the de nominations In the country hsd taken an Interest In- It, and that every day there had been assembled In Its halls meetings of the different reU-rtnu Organizations." In conclusion ho told them that the Ex position officials would be delighted to extend to them the use of Festival Hall on any Sunday for the worship of God. "whose beneflcence we acknowledge and without whose favor this Exposition would notibo held." ....... "The History and Doctrine nf the Disci ples of Christ" was the subject of an ad dress delivered by Doctor F. D. Powers of Washington. D. C. Doctor Powers has long been Identified with the Christian Church as writer and. preacher, and was Pittsburg . 22.9 Parkersburi; ......;.. ....:.. 3S.0 Cincinnati ................. 500. ?Ca.hv111 - IA A. Louisville .......;",. .I.." 2S.0 Chattanooea Florence . .. Johcsonville . EvarsvlUe ... St. Paul ..... Dubuque ..... Davenport ... Keokuk Hannibal .... Beardstown . Graftcn Omaha ....... Kansas City , Glasgow Ruonvllle Heinann .... 23.0 ......... 16.9 ...... 5.0 ......... 14.0 15.0 15.0 ... . 15.0 150 ......... 12.9 ........ 23.9 - 11.9 2L0 15.0 29 9 24 0 3.5 3.4 4.4 6.6 2.4 R.2 -.7 -A.7 1.7 7.0 S.7 6.2 4.6 JO -0.4 0.1. 0.0 -HO. 0.0 "0 .0 --2 0 9.6 -0.1 0.4 53 5.6 6.6 S 70 ST. LOUIS RAILROAD Arrivals TI31E-TJIHi Trains and Departures ot at L'nion Station. Dally. Except Saturday aid tExcept Sunday. Sunday. Except Saturday. tISaturday and Sen- isunuay cuiy. uijr uai. only. iicipi jioaqay. - St. Louis 30 9 Chester ). Cairo 7. 43.0 Memphis .................... 32.0 utu- ltock ......;..-.. 210 Vlcksb.rg .................; 43.0 Sv -rt 23 9 New- Orleans .-. 16.9 Rise. -Fall. EDWARD H. BOWIE. Local Forecaster 3.3 4.1 -0.1 00 (10 -0.1 J4 -9.1 River Forccaar. Th rivers la the St. Louis district will re main stationary or fall slowly during the next 4i hours. Itlver and Ilu.Iiieis. npIn-5 alcn; the Leiee es:erday was light. The harbor gauge yesterday showed 6.6 feec orno chanr- in the last 21 h-urs. The weather wa3 partly cloudy and ccoL To-Day Weather. E,?n.d 1?.';17',,?:u" brisk-west to cotth tiest winds, diminishing: Arrivals. ?. r?b.. CaPe Girardeau SXKSS? Commerce SSrir, SkS;.""- Excursion ca-wln H Spencer....". . . ;.Excurslra Depart area. rSif ii'" Care Glra.-deaa nfr Ttv,55lr- :...Excurslon aty of Provld-nce . Excursion ----- BIG FOUR ROUTED AND LAKE SHORE. NEY YORK CENTRAL . AND BOSTON AXD ALBANY. Trains. Depart. Arrive. Indianapolis and Local t73H am ?5n pra N. Y. Boetcn and Cmdnnatl. S:17am 3:43 pm ClnclnnaU Express ....... .....1IJ am o3pra Knickerbocker Special ........ "12 noon SalO pm Indianapolis Express .......... 2aU pm alattoon and Alton..... .... t4 -20 pm 3:46ai Mattoon and Alton 16:59 pm Hall and Express -3:00 pm 2-!0ara N. Y. Boston and Buffao.....3:3upm Taa Onclnnatl. Dayton. coIumTs. 9:M pm .720acz N. Yu Boston and Buffalo....!! Dm 55 nrn ClncInnatt-IndlanapollsaExp.. .......... 6J9 pm Uashlngton and .ntlnia..... SU7am US era Wash.. N. Y. and Nlrglnia..-lla am liJia Wash.. N. Y. and Vlrslnla..niao pm litspa BIG FOUR AND 'LEHIOII VALLEY. ' New York and Phliadehhia..'H.COara SWpa New Yotk and Phliadeltjb-arr.liso pm "25; pa New York and Philadelphia. 1-I9 pm 13lsr; BIG FOUR. ERIE RAILKOAJ) AND PITXS- . ' LURG AND LAKE ERIE Buffalo. Emlra and N. Y S:17 am 1-JSS am Iltts.. Chautauqua and N. Y. 2:W pm 2:5S pm Pltts Jamestown and N. Yt, "39 pm 3:3pm Alton trains leave 'lOao a -m.. IlliJ p. m. HLRLI.NGTO.V ROUTE. Hannibal and Burlington 2;35arn tS:ri-t Local to Hannibal I.4laia sl pra Qulncy and Burlington t7:41 am tilpnr i;t. Joseph. -Nebraoka. Seattle "S:4Sam l-'Sa; t-.r- Paul via East side Line. fSJam t-&:, Kan-ox Clly. Kansas Tl3am 6:i -. ft Paul arul iliarwapalls "2:13 pm -2:13 ii Kansas atj. ,... tj)J rm 'lal.... Kansiu ntv and LVS Past- llrt: im ? 41 i. v Kansaa city .M j.m s am it Joe. Denver. Pae. Ccast.. 1:U rm 6iJ) p i BarUnKtun. St PauL'. illnn.. 7:rJ rm 'i3 ara For Illinois, via East MJe... a pm f.il am bt, Joseph. Omaha. Denver... SMI rm -7:lan Local from Haaalbal.......... .......... tUr29 am n. -o. i Royal Blue Limited.... World's Fair Ilyer "detropolitan Expns JJound aty Express... Exposition Special Ul Jlli ,-w. r. n.-- .. -SSlsn ?) -n ...Hi am 13)pra ... i'27pnz ... .. . ..... ......... -7:23 am llHOpm 7:5an :3t am -12 m Arrivals Spread Eagle C:ty. cf Froyder.ce Ccrwin H. Spencer..... To-Day. .......a., .....,, AltCS ........... ..Excursion ............ .Excursior: Departures To-Day. CaSfcA'--- liees Lee...... llem-shl. J4S"S 8. 2"aer- -Eicmslon Oiy of Proiidence Excursion River Rlalta Brevities. Commander W. B Caperton. United states avr. recently executive officer of the Pra'rie. has been detached from that duty and assr rni as Inspector of the Fifteenth lighthouse Dis trict with offices la the Custom-house. Owing to the. cool weather th Corwln TT gptscer and Oty of Providenc- did a-IIght ex cursion business yesterday. The Ccrwin H Spencer will depart for New Orleans next month with a trip of high-class freight The Cape Glrardeaa arrived from Cbroraerc and way landings yesterday with World's Fair visitors. She will depart for the sam points at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The Grey F!arl win sr-tr. ei . ,.... .- part for Peoria and way landings at 4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. , The Res Lee will depart for Memph! and Intermediate points at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The excursion boat J. S. will engage in ex cursion business at New Orleans thlswlnter. -e Spread Eagle will make h'r usual trip to Oraxton to-day. leaving; at 3 o'clock. rt Beaver I due here to-day with a tow or lumber from the Lower MlsslssippL The Chester will dtart for Cape Girardeau to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Z2aaP'. T2". !:'art 'or Keokuk tc-morrow afternoon at 4 tfclock. Cincinnati Accommodation..... ts:l am. iSZpra. vincennes Accommodation.... tsus am iisipi Flora Arrnraa.1afln tS:Unn t5.rr Vlaceanes Accommodatloa . S- rm Mncennes Accommodation.. .119:00 pm 19:49am CHICAGO AXD ALTOX. The Alton Limited. Chieago....9? am "6:31 pra. Prairie Kate Ex.. Chlcagu...13c pm 2pra PaLico-Express. Chicago ... awpra :17am Midnight Special. Chicago '11:40 pm 5aam JUilnlght special for Peoria..tll:9 pm Mo -tate Express. We-t..... -9SS am MJlpci Midday Special. Km. aty... Irtl pta 5ra pro Kans C".t N.t,ht Exress.. 3:I...i.m lis am Kan. aty Mldnisht Lllted..'llM3 pa 7:t am, Sprtngfiefd Special S.Ma.ra t-Wpn: Peoria Special Watt am iSSMpm goodbu aad Mexico "730 am tajca IH-omlrgton, via Jackson'lle t7iam IS J5 pm Bloomlneton. via Jackscn'lle T2S3 pm t-3:r pm -rlcg-i. Peoria. Blocm'n .. 12:25- tl:l3pm Jacavllle Accommodation-. 1-S pm MSSaa Mexlci, and Roodtouse rsl am sprtagileid Capital Ory Flyer 'lOS pm "3 :29 am. Itoudhouse.Mi:nlchr Accom..tUa7pm .tJao-am Peoria '.dnicht. Express "11-17 pm t7a7an CtllCAtJO. l'EOUIA .VXD T. LOUIS B.Y- Aitoa and I'eoria Express. "Saiam SSpra A.ton and Pecria Mall .11:13 m 3:2 pm Chautauqua and Spring Ex.. -7:23 pm "Sal am .T?5 TTlrtnc -t JJ3 a n. and 323 p. .. via World's-Fair stiden. Trains cierarticV ar .SS p. m. via Wortfs Fair Station. . FRISCO SYSTEM. Texaa and Karaas'liaiL"! "4b am J7 pnt Texan ......... -5rE am "T.Crm ot nno lm President uarfle'd's pator. Mrs J.- M. Philputt of St, Louis sanr I Know That My Redeemer IJveth." The services 'I'ed With th beieflictiin. Most ot the delegates will return to their homes to-day. COMPLETING PLANS FOR FLOWER SHOW AT FAIR. Floricnltare of TJiiIfed State aad Forelam Conntrles -Will Re oa Ylevr Xovember 7 to 12. French Onranl.t Plnya Farewell Re- eltal In Fesllvnl Hall To-Morrow. Three more recitaN on the great organ in Festival Hall brin? the a.peanc' at' the Exposition of Felix Alexandre Guil rrant to a triumphant endlns. after the most successful engagement that has been played by any celebrity" at &e' World's Fair. The melody master plays only once to-' day, the regular recital at ll:a a. hi. To morrow he gives his two farewe'l cpneerts. the first at 4-30 p. m. and the adieu at 7:30 p. m. The Exposition officials will attend the evening recital. At 9:15 a. m. to-dayJ' Alfred Pennington of Illinois wlU preside at the great or gan. The Berlin Band plays to-day In the Tyrolean Alps. The Mexican Band Is stationed on the Plaza or St. Louis from 2 to 4 and from 6 to S p. m.. while Well's Band gives concerts in the Jerusalem. Grove from 11 to li In the fasrailo riot-.. dens from 3 to 5 and at the fireworks in uro cHuiuiu irum tunj to .9t p. m. Since the close of the Columbian Expo sition in 1S33 no national flower exhibi tion has "been -held. In .America, but the World's Fair has arranged a chrysanthe mum, mixed-flower and plant show "for the second week of Xovember which will, surpass its predecessors in every way. The floriculture of the-TJnlted States and foreign countries will be represented as far as the advanced autumn season al lows. At a meeting of the leading florists of the country in Chief Frederick W. Tay lor's office In the Agriculture building yesterday all preliminary arrangements for the flower show were made by an Executive Committee, of which Professor William Trelcase of the Missouri Botan ical Garden is a member. The exhibi tion wiU begin Mondayr November 7, and continue until "November 12. The entire eastern wing of the Palace of Horticulture has been set aside for the floriculture displays- During the last ten years fortunes have -been spent to ad vance horticulture and1 the results will be typified. All the autumn flowers wlU be represented, the chrysanthemum lead ing. Many new floral specimens. 'Includ ing the plants of America, -France. Eng land and Austria, will be on view. To secure the support of aU florbts lib eral prizes have been offered. The Ex position Company has arranged for nu merous awards and the World's Fair Flower Show Association has subscribed 13000 for cash prizes. Awards will be made for chrysanthe mums, cut flowers, plants and seedlings carnations, orchids, ferns, palms, violets, roses, lilies of 'the valley and other an-' tumn flowers, as weu as for floral ar rangements. J. C. Vaughan. chalruan of the Execu tive" Committee. recenUy was elected president of the Society of American Florists. - Illinois BnlTdera A'-ocIatlon .Meetlnar The second meeting of the twentv-fifth annual meeting- of the Building AsocU t'on League of lllinoi? took place Tester day In the Temple of Fraternity. Paprs. were read by the following: J. M. Appel, chief 'clerk building and loan department. Auditor Public, Accountants, SprintrflelJ; James H. Phillips, secretary of the Home Building Association, Danville; James Donohue, secretary of tho Free Home Building and Loan Association. Chicago; R-"VV. Joslyn, secretary of the Elgin Loan and Homestead Association. Elgin; A. D.' Webb, secretary or the Royal Building; and Loan Association. Mount Vernon; Frank G. HaJIcek, secretary of the Slovan 3uUdins.nnd'Loan Association. Chicago.. Officers wUr be elected to-dar By Telesrrnph. REPUBLIC SPECIALS. Burlington. la.. Oct 20. River rose 2i inches since last report and Is now 4.6 inches above low mark. Weather cloudv and cooler. The Dubuque cassed ud at 7 a. m.. and the Gardle Eastman this afternoon. The Elols and Helen Blair In and out Captain Wild of Albany Will talc the Kteam-r Tpnhw.b . Tennessee River, deoartlng the latter nart cf tha week. The Tenbroeck Is one of the old timers on the Upper MI-sisstpoL She was built at Stillwater when rafting was In Its prime and was owned bv several steamboat men tn the upper valley. Memohis. Term.. Oct 29. River stands 12 feet a fall of .1 in the last 24 hours. The Georgia Le. having been delayed on account of roustabout troubles, departed at 19 a. m. for Cairo with a fair trip. The James Lee de- earted at 4:30 n. m far Friar's Point. Thm Kate Acams departed at 539 p. m. for Arkan sas atv. The Annie Russell with Colonel R. E. Gardner, owner, on board, arrived at 3 p. m. rrcm St Louis acd will remain here for several dars. Receipts bv river to-dav were 1LIC6 bales of cotton and 343 sacks cotton seed. Cairo. HL, Oct 23. Gauge reads 9. showing a fall of .1 during the last 24 hours. Weather fair and cooL The Stacker Lee arrived from St Louis at 1:39 p. m. and cleared for Mem phis at 5 p. m. The Beaver cleared for the Lower Mississippi this afternoon with emptles. The Charleston has entered the Cairo and Pa ducah trade. She made her first trip to-day. Grand Tower. I1L. Oct 29 Stacker Lee down at '5 a. m. General Abbott down at 6 a. m. United States tender No. 5 tn and out at la a. m. The gauge reads 9.S feet and falling: n raincr clear ana cool. Vleksburg Miss.. Oct 20. River fen .3: gauge u.3. Belle or the Bend, detained. No negro roosters, whites lumped her. She arrived from Greenville. Cordlll left for Natchez. America and Natchez due uo. Chester. III. Oct 21 Gauge 6.5 feet and fall ing. Weather fair and cooL Stacker Lee down 12 midnight Eisenbarth and Henderson show boat arrived down at X P. m. Chester passed uo at 1 n. m. Warsaw, 111.. Oct 20. Gauge reads 7.S feet, a rise cf J3 In the last 24 hours, credent aty in and out on time. Cool and high variable winds. Faducab. Kv Oct 29. River reads 3J0 feet stationary- Charleston to Cairo at 8 a. m. Na other arrivals or departures. Wheeling, Oct 23. River 3 feet 1 Inch, fall ing. CToudy and warm: showers. Down: H. K. Bedford. Parkersburg. Louisville. Oct 20. River stationary; canal. 2.4 feet- on falls Jl of a foot: b-lcw locks. 2.4 feet. Clear and cooL Cape Girardeau. Mo.. Oct 3. Sucker Lee down at S a. m. River on stand. Weather clear and ccoL Pittsburg: Pa . Oct t. River 3.S feet: ris ing slowly at Davis Island dam. Cloudy and warm. ancicnaU. Oct 29. River 4.4 feet: stationary. Two departures. Clear and ccoler." j. rn? "' -xrrer3 )3)im -4iptn Cape Girardeau -Local MrMpm TlOTaa Danville JIail MaCpra 32SOm 1 exas Limited ................ fJZ pm "7:21 ass Kansas Limited ... S-Jzl pm T-il am Chicago Night Express ... : pm "73 an v?t!?u RP" MrJJpm fJSisrx alley Park Accommodation departs 6:59 a m.. tll:3 a. mr. tia2 p. m.. T3S0 p. m.. ti:J7 p. ctu. TS 4 p. m 47:29 p. in.. r-0S pun.. 11:4- p. m. Arrives 1S: a. nt. t73 a. m.. 17.53 a. m.. tl9jl a. m.. 12220 p. m.. tl:40 p. i lizSJ 0. m.. T7:13 p. ra.. ua5 p. m. ..faeifio Accommodation departs SS a. nv, JHiS P- -v.l?.-4 P- m. Arrives tla a. a. 119:25 a. m.. tlUZ p. m 7aa p. ra. IROX MOUXTAIX ROUTE. K. L.. Ft W. and Saa A- Ex. "21 pa 19 pm, Texas and California vrp - "SO am. iO-nja Texas and Mexico Expre-s :4 pm 3 pra LltUe Rock-Hot Springs Exp. 320 pm SSasi T-xaa and Mexico Express; s:Opai "Tanrra Texas Express .. -J:20p3i USara ':l5t.Jl?1, -X.- - TWSasi ladpra H5011 Psr?01 to St. L. 1:00 pra llemphU Eroress o pm Ti4 ara teat Passenger s)ai Taipm Cotton Belt Express.... saSpm ?:12ar3 Cottnn Belt Express........ "Saxjpm nsJra Thebes Express . .. .. as am JS2pm Foarth Street suid Chtoatean Avenue Statloa. De Soto Accommodation 5: pm. t:45 an LOOSVILLE AXD XASnYILlE. Fast Mall :2a am 7:1S era World's Fair Special....... 9Slam satpm Florl-la Limited ............ "4:15 pm las ea McLeansboro Accom. ......... 4:4Spm "sM am Exncsitlon Special ....... "S:45pm ":ttam Southern Expresei "9:59 pm 7ao an JIISSOI'RI pirmr niii.n-tv. Fast .Mall . 3.-W am 19r95 pn Local Express . "735 am 5:50rm California Express ssopni tn ara ivashlcgton Accommodation-. 15:23 pm TSOam Omaha Limited sa9 pm S33 am Kansas and Colo. Express....10J9 pm 7U9am Kansas aty Express 2:3 pm "4?)0 pa Joplln and So. Kan. Express "7:32 pm j)S am Kans. and Nebraska Express.ll')pm 7:20amt Creve Coeur Lake trains leave Union statloa jas a. m.. "9a3 icMp. a, tld p. m. 6:4 p. m. Cak Hill trains leave Union Station t:C a. to-, tl9a9 a. m., ta9 p. m.. t6:20 n. m. KIrkwood trams leave Union Station t7r) a. m.. 7-n a. m.. 1:4 n. m.. t7ia. m.. U:.l a. a, tua) a. m.. Has) p. m.. 1439 p. ra.. fist f. tn.. SiS p. m-. til 30 p. m. MOBILE AXD OHIO. Trfve. Arrlv-. New Orleans Limited ... 33! pm 5:44 pra Mobile. New Orleans ........ am 7:52 ant Cairo and Mississippi Exp..... 6:34 pat 32 pm Murphysboro Accomrnodatlon.1113 pra 10-42 arsj 3L, li. & T. RY -THE KATY." Katy Fair Special 3:15am "SSOptrj Cclumbia. Sedalla and S. W 91 am : rmt The Katy Flyer .......... .. S:32pm 7:27ani Missouri. Kansas aad S- W...ll:43 pm JO ara I H. Jt ST. L. RV. (HeadersioB Roatel Fast Mail .... SS-lon THSpji Eastern Express ..-..... ...7. :45pm 6:43 atrt World's Falr-Speclal.- 91 am 6:16pc SOCTlTERX RAILWAY. Srt. Lontv-Lonlsvllle Line.. Kt LouU Exp. Limited 11:09am 'I5pn Princeton. Alton, etc arn 29pra Princeton Accommodation.. ...-1534 pro 771:90 ara Louisville and Florida. 10:19 pm 732 ara ' STEAMBOATS. MMWMMWMAMMrT SUHDAY FXCURH0I3. STI. JPII MILE .Will leave from Wharfboat foot of Washlng ton are for. mouth Missouri River, oa using Eads Bridge: Merchants Bridge. Chain of Rocks and Water Works. Sunday. Out 22. at 19 a. tn. and Sum. Returns at 1 p. m. and Inn. Telephones. Kin. C 1294: BelL Main 233. LOWER MISSISSIPPI. FOR NEW ORLEANS. ' STB. CISWIH. SPICI Will leave from fcot ot Locust it on or about WEDXESDAY. NOV. 2. 12 XOOX. Limited number of passengers and high-class freight taken. H. W. RROLASKL OenL Aft HUNTER BEN JENKINS. Cuts. Act Telephone Mala 1313. ROCK ISLAXD SYSTEM. Kansas aty Passnger. 1lan 37pi Kan. aty & San Fran. Exp.. 7-29 pm 7:S r-a TTnlnn Passenger ....... tl35 DC3 3San ST. LOUIS AXIJ lllXXIIlAL RATLYVAY (Via Wabash). Man and Express t7:01 am 211:19 ara Mall and Express........... tssopm t635pra ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERX. (Cotton Belt Ttosle.) The Texas Train SMtmi lT-39ara Arkansas and Texas Express. 3:15 pm 7:12 pra TOLEDO. T. ions AXD WESTERX. (Clover Leaf Rnole.l The commercial Traveler..... 6:SS pm "T-Jara Eastern Express 7-e9 am 4:44pn -H.i.rn AcnmtM'ation... s-t pm 41032 an Cbarlestor Areo-n-rw.Istkm ITrWnra 19-29 ara TLLTXOIS CTrVTRAL. Northern Illinois Express -cs am 1-M pa Chicago Fair Special "3:40 am 5:2 pra Chicago DayileM Snecial.....ll:4"i am 3-04 pm Dubuque and St-rinrfle'd...... T-04 pm s.-OS ri Chlcaro rHamond !?oecIal..... 3:19 nn 7:tl am Chicago Mldnlcht Special. ..11 -34 pm s-Wara Fast Mall. Snath............ 32 am 33prt New Orl-an Special........... 1:13 pm 5:Apra AecemroMatlon Pooth. ...... 43i nn ii:4 ara Dixie Ftver. South nm 1-Karo Acrommodatl'"- Tbecdalc. 7-a am -- rra Knr 0-tn LImltM........ ..11:15 em rM am r-------Tl-. OrnlTI.. ........ ......... S an ST. LOUlo, CHESTER, CAPE GIRARDEAU LINE. STEAMER CHESTER "111 leave wharfboat foot Pine st Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur days. 4 n. r- for Cape Glrardeaa and wi landlngm, 6pecial excursions onlv S4.09 tor round txlD. Including meali and berth. Phones Bell ma'n 4CA Klntoch A 112. JNO. P MA.-viE.NMAUtu. Agent UPPER MISSISSIPPI. EAGLE PACKET COMPANY rr laiie Glrardeaa aaa Caaanseree. Steamer Case Girardeau, every Monday and Friday 5 p m.: xt round trip. ILLINOIS RIVER Jpur i'vurii. r.u liieruieuidle Pulata. Eteamer Crev Eagla. every WedBes-Iar and Saturday. 4 p. a. From dock fcot of Via at Phones Mala S3 Kin I294C H. W LETHE. Agent ST. LOtlS -MERCHANTS' BRII1GB TERMIX.L R1ILWAY SUBXllHAX TRATX SERXTCE. Ea'tbonnd: Leave Frion Station Exest Sun day. 4. 6-cS a. nt- Sundar only. 5-29 a. rn. Leave va.hth arrt Grat'ot streeN Dailv. la-OS a. m..l2-ei 5-13. 6-49. 11:13 o. rn-: except Sun day. 4-03. 6:07. 737 a ra 3. S"C5 p. ntt Sun day only. 5-31. 7 a. m. Above trslns leave WasWrgton avenue four rriT.it. late We.thnC7d: Leave Granite Pltv Dailv. J-12. 6-01. 7:15. -11:53 p- m.: except Sot-day. ZCD. 7. 3, 11-10 a. m.. 4:9 S0 p. m.: Sunday cnly. . 10:49 a. m. Aove- trains leave Madison four minutes tater. VAXDALIA LIXE. I'ennxylvnnla Lines Wet of Piits-. bnrc- I'ennsjlvanla Rnllroail. The Fast Mall... ............. 2-29 am "ms.arn The Local Expres-- 7-24 am 4:4ft ran The Keystcw Express :44 am iilo rm The New Tork LImlt-d .lIOTpm 1-Sirm Ohio and Vlrslnta Btptr" .12:45 pra 1:34 pit' t xmrnrtnrt and Ft Wayne Ex :ft nra 7-tu isi The New York Expre-. 11-33 pm 9:49 pm Eeflrrham Aec-'Miinodatloo .. s-39 pra 3 ara The Pittsburg Special 3:lSpm 7-22a-rt LEE LIE STEAMERS TO MEMPHIS Vl;, Meals and benh tncluueu. Cheao freight and paaienger rates to Chester. Grand Tower. Can. Girardeau, Cairo Memphis. Helena. Hot Springs. Vleksburg and Pine Bluff. REES LEU- Friday. October 21. S n. m. PETERS LEE. Tuesday. Oct 23. 5 h. ml STACKER LEE. Friday. Oct al s h. at Fn.m wuailbuat foot cf Olive st "" " Phones 31aln 1005A. Kln.oeh a rz Wm.EAIbllz.Com-'Agt D3I.Connors.Oen.Agt. UIkMOMD Jl) Uat HEAdEAi. F.rK.i.yi, Ian, ml Icteretdlite Poiits. STEAMER SIDXEY. Every Wednesday and Saturday. 4 n. a. "For Dunooutx, lima, and Intermediate Poiata STEAMER DIBlQtE -cT- Tuesday. .October 25. 4 p. ra. ..Ffom foot of Washingtera ave. Phone. Main- 2447A. ISAAC P LUSK. Gen. Agt STR. BELLE OF CALHOCY WU1 leave wharfboat foot of Market strect SUTeH.SS.sSS.y- .4 R- m- tor West ,V"f aaauuwuii 40.WA4T2Z, m eUJU WABASH. ContlaenUl Limited 3rfcam 35 a Pitt. Buffalo. Montreal Exp. 12:39 pm 1:04"am Toledo and Pittsburr Exp..aopm 7:33pm Pttuburg. N. Y Boston Exp. 3ras pra 723pra Midnight Limited Fast 1132pm 1-43 pa Toledo Local Express;........ "SMS am S:23 pea. CinCBsatl and Indianapolis. Srto an "7:is pra Cincinnati and Indianapolis. -30 pm "IS4 ara Jacksonville Local Express.. K:4Sara rlaspra SSner Blue Ltd.-Chlcajo... 222 sm Wtm " Chlcaeo Special ....... 3 anr 5:15 pra fJanner Express Chicago ...3a5pmf najia Midnight ijini- -..- --pni arrt ara Kansas aty Fan Mail 19 om Kansas Cltr LtmltM 19:11 pm KanTcitv MMnlaht Special. U:Oro Ornaha-courcll Bluff. Exd. "31 am wSSroI'-vand! St Paul Ex. -rDm Cannon Ball-Omaha ....... 730 pra Ottiimwa-re Mnln -vp. 3'H m M'nneap'I aid . PjuI EHjimpa n-Mt iftDenr aiu nau. ilt 'i am Vrtrriv ICEl ......... w-. TT ' bii. ix-l . 1'JlTin 19 ara , 2aja 1:1 am 1:51 pra l:ormi lUSam :14pra IrTGpra . !0t)ii "itrioanx ---"Tn "357 ara 'rl, T n HTM-t? .T Phone- Tt.Tf zr.tn tl. vi.iwlif0.011 Snbnrban Trains. , Depart From unwa aiatlon; Ferguson, f S. m.. 3di P- at. liUia. to.. UM 5. mTF. Uv Street Station: St Charles, fiaa aT nt ty p. ra.: Bridgeton. t4d5 p. ml. t: : Feijurait-Saj a. o 160 p. nw 135 Si Arrive At Union Statlco: Fenmso- u. o- t P.ni:..rlI:I5 at. rsoi a. .. 7,aJlT St Charles. f- .jo. At OUTe street Station: V IO....J Klclcch. tS sF sa&STs . FROM IVOltTjyB riro cnTTV.... i II i l rersssoa AtooaaixixxriSr&Mx ..&ti, j&gRh?! & Jr... h&Ms , i . -. ! i ai. av inn, r w mS.