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rOR REST DWELUKC8.
PARNELL. SSO-Onc-ttorr brick cottage: will
rent reasonable to permanent tenant. P. H.
Blerman. 6v. Chestnut st.
BELL, )C-Elegant elght-rocm house: Baa,
bath: open: laundry: large ard; cedar closets.
ULACKSTONK, 1291 Nine rooms; J10. Com
monwealth Trust Co.
BLACKSTONE ICO Nine rooms: partly fur
nished: 540 month; reception hall; elegant mod
em house-
DELMAR. 3S50 Large 10-room dwelling: bath
room, furnace, etc.; possession December 1. C
W. Itarnt-s. ns Walnwrtsnt building.
GREE7WOOD Boulevard. Comer St. Elmo
rive rooms; bath; large attic; water free; lino
plac: 2.50.
LACL-BDE, T3-4Hone-iront resldc-nce;
rooms; In good condition. The Chas. Green It,
K. -Co.. T2u Chestnut.
IOWA. 3310 Seven rooms; convenient to tars;
nice home: rent reasonable.
OLD MANCHESTER Road. CS1S Three-room
frame cottage: thed. chlclten-hoiu-c: yard; city
water; all for $12.50: kevs next door.
ZINK & CO.. Agents. 13 N. Seventh.
PAGE. 4714 Nine, rooms: modem conveni
ences; furnished; 515 month. Glascock. 302 Chest
nut. PAGE. 537 Eight-room hc-ite: bath, etc.: va
cant November : 540. Sect John McMenamy,
113 nation.
PINE. 1S01 Rooming-house: splendid location:
nicely furnished: cheap; must call at once.
SHENANDOAH. 4I3S Seven-room house:
bath, hot and cold water, furnace, ga grates.
SPRUCE. Bis Six-room dwelling; water paid;
will paper to suit tenant.
STEPHEN TECK & BP.O.,
COt Commercial building.
WASHINGTON. zrr-i:iRhtccn-room
1175. 'Commonwealth Trust Co.
house;
WEST BELLE Place. C914 Ten rooms; 160.
Commonwealth Trust Co.
WEST BELLE
possession Dec. 1.
Place, MIO Eleven rooms;
Commonwealth Trust Co.
5889 PLYMOUTH VENUE.
Beautiful 10-room modern residence: excellent
condition; immedlato possession.
IsTCHOLLS-IUTTEIt. 713 Chestnut st.
4031 PAGE AVENUE.
Choice 8-room divellln?; convenient to five
car lines; possession December 1. For card of
dmlBft!on Ren
NICHOULStlUTTER, 7H Chestnut st.
KIRKbUCD MO- SK AM) ifLAT!. KOIl
HEKT.
BARTMER, 005 ECgrlit rooms and balh; fur
nace, cu and coal ranee: cheao for the -winter.
Phone Main IPSA: Klnloch U S2L
BERLIN. 94G rurniehed; ten room; two
baths; possession Dec 1. Commonwealth Trust
Co.
CVAXS. 4461 Three-room furnished Hat. com
plete for houfreplna; now cpen. Office, 4213
west Belle, phone Dclmar lS7u.
FOR Sale or Bent I'our-room modern upstairs
f.at In Avest Bnd: hot-water heater, jms range,
furnace: elejcantlr furnished, including piano;
trill sell on cas terms to good party or rent
for term of months: telephone B 41S.
FURNISHED elEht-room flat on LJndcll
boulevard; steam-hiau-d; modern. KG 107, He
public HANDSOMELY furnished modern ten-room
house; West End; all conveniences; reason
able: Forest 2X25M.
LAWTON. 31C Seven roomt and bath;
rtx months or longer: .W month.
L.UCAS, 2935 Furnished four-room flat;
floor.
first
OLIVE, 403fi Beautiful flre-rooin flat; till
conveniences; elegant bath: cood ltiniishtsss;
refined neighborhood; permanent location.
R1DQE, 61S Three-room furnished flat; com
plete for housekeeping-: open. Office 4213 "West
.Keue, pnone ueimar isiu.
TWtlTl-T rYrT.TT? 1UtH TkMu.wMm nrnlrliArl
or unfurnished flat; open. Office 4219 West
Belle, phone Delmar l87v'.
WASHINGTON, SCSI Ten rooms; rich car
pets; elegant furnishings; finest location In the
city for board! ng-houw rent, furnished, $150
a month.
WASHINGTON Boulevard, near KlnjTs Htgh
ra Will rnt furnished or unfurnished, from
December 1 to April l; i-omcnlent to Washing
ton Hotel Cafe. U C Elson. 404 N. Fourth st-
WEST BHLLH 435 Suites of 3 or more ele
gantlr furnished rooms for housekeeping; pri
vata baths janitor sen Ice; gas. heat; all In
cluded; phone Delmar 1S7Q.
WEBSTER GROVES. Gore and Swan Eight
room lurnisned nousc; lease to April 1. PC; 6Q.
Commonwealth Trust Co.
FOR KET APART3ICXTS. FLATS.
BACON, 1S24 Tlve-room flat: all conveniences:
hath, gas. Iiot and cold water.
CATAJ.PA. GH7 and CIS Four-room flat; gas.
electric lights; one block north Canton: SIS.
CLARA, 1444 Neat 4-room flat, with bath.
etc. C W. Barnes. 216 Walnwrlght building.
CLARK. 2954 Elegant four-room fiat. oath,
closets, large vard
COOK. 4S-0-Lovely. newly
room flat; rent reduced to 124;
papered,
open.
DELMAR. 4Z!l-Flve-roora flat; 530. Com
monwealth Trust Co.
EASTON. 4758 Seven-room
monwealth Trust Co.
flat; J33. Com-
ULMBANK. 4446A Nice four-room flat: mod
ern conveniences: hot and cold bath; first-class
neighborhood.
KOLSOM. S6MA "Folnometta Apartments." 9
rooms, bath, laree halls, closets, hot-water
bealimr furnleliea: shades, fixtures, screens,
laimdrr, fine location; light and ventilation; S3
ZINK & CO.. Aeents. 19 N. Seventh.
rOLSOM. 3CI "Folsometta. ApartmcnU!."
roomc, bath, lirte halls, clouts, hot-water
neaung xumlsued, shades. Ilxtures. ecreens.
laundry: line location; light and ventilation;
tfi.SO: kevs at TC3
ZINK & CO.. Agents. 19 If. Seventh.
KICKOIIT, 3H2A Four
large finished attic: tS.
light rooms, witb,
HORTON Place. w-Twelve rooms, stable;
fin for doctor or boardlnahou$e.
W. p. NELSON, sn Chestnut at.
KENNEU1LT. 360-rour rooms: liath.
range, linen, new furniture, complete,
Chouteau place.
Kas
30:
MARYLAND. 4S5 Choice seven-room flat;
furnace: range; water heater; shades: boat res
Idence part: West End: open.
MORGAN, 411&A "La Tosea ApartmentV 3
rooms, bath, hot and cold water: Jiot-water
beating, ahadea futures, fine maatels. clievals,
hat council, sideboard, closets, laundrv, some
thing modern and captivating; rent ?65; lease;
possession December I.
ZINK & CO.. Agents. 19 N. Seventh.
ilOROAN. 41K-"La Tosca Apartments,"
rooms, bath, hot and cold water: hot-water
neater: shades, fixtures, fine mantels, chevols.
hat console, sideboard, closets, laundry:- all
fine sad captivating; rent 45; lease; possession
December 1.
ZINK st CO.. Agents. 19 N. Seventh.
O'DELL. S4SA Three rooms, sink and water
In kitchen; shed, chicken-bouse: large yard: rent
n:.M: block of Tower Grove cars; Arsenal and
MackUnd ave.; keys downstairs.
ZINK & CO.. Agents. 19 If. Seventh.
PARK. SODS Flat five rooms; bath, gas, hot
water, laundry.
TWO beautiful, light four and five room fiats
on made streets; gas fixtures, shades and nil
modern Improvements: one fiat heated; ready
for occupancy Dec . Inquire 1497 Arlington.
VTROINTA. M2S Modern flat: six rooms and
bath: mu fixtures, gas grates: with heat fur
nlshed. C5: rummer months. Kr7.SH.
NIUUIbTlJAD. 41!7A N. Four rooms and bath,
US. WK. A. IlUTLEaXJB RRALTT CO..
. 1005 Chestnut st.
NEW FLAT FOR RENT.
4MTA CSerelana ave.. In beautiful Tyler
plaoe, six nice rooms and a fine bathroom; hot
sad cold water, furnace, laundry, etc.; rent
m.W month: ust finished.
OPO. J. WANSTRATH. S16 Chestnut st.
S204 icPHERSON AVENUE
Beautiful -room apartment; steam heat.
Janitor service, combination futures, gas range,
etc. Possession December l. Open for lntpcctlon.
HICHOLLB-RITTEK. m Chestnut st.
15251 UNION BOUL.
Code. 5-room flat: elegantly furnished: all
modern conveniences: reasonable rent.
NICHOLLS-RITTER. 713 Chestnut St.
New Flats for Rent.
nrresTooms jjnd bath; ill; corner Nineteenth
and Stats sts.. East St. Louis: ben location: high
ground: every convenience. Including gas range
already connected. Take "Slate St." or "Ceme
i!rte!, c??t.w!5t " ot bridge to Nineteenth
Jt. See Frank Xsule, 1S07 State st,. Bast St.
Louis, or
"VVM. A. RUTLEDGE REALTT CO..
1005 Chestnut st.. St. Louis.
Uf OITV REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Kv ' ' i . ..,-. -,-- .... .
Kf riKE building lot; B0 feet; Falrmount ave.:
ftp- for stores; jnst west of Clarendon.
IB W. P. NELSON. SI1 Chestnut st.
jgff . SOUTH aide Shenandoah, feet west of Van-
fg! STsntar;,6Pxl35: 4.
& tM- COr slaaeT axa California ave.; SOxUS;
i ,. lmm, miin .""., JUBL wuuj ot t2uiiozzj;
f5 Vr
KOIAAB BRTNKOP. 1L3 Chestnut.
N. W.Ck. Htdiaimnt & Waper Af es.
, tig barrtin and. should b taken at once.
WM. A. RUTLEDGE REALTY CO-
1005 Chestnut at.
r?, imttMlV pnnm?npv fad earv
jpgy 0mi0isiii'iii-ij-uij
:- lUOCMLtAN tSIAIt.
fe -ftTrSSf!J',',ence' " Vi ocres of ground
Sgfrte Booth -Webster: at a bargain: price J5.W0.
,,. cix. m jmiemm owg.
SOUTH WFRSTPR unMPC
jTs . -- -waB ttlii
-3jK l!LZ!?T.Atin:ti- P"Mlest iouse In
S;y Booth 'Weoster: ti rooms, -with bath and hot
Xffi water beu; lot ISOxSOO: price tMl.
ti. w.- utk.- ;a Fuucrton Wdg.-
-.IT . "
-- WJUUB FOR .5ALE.
kj . -. - - -
TO LET Fon BCSiyESS POKPOSEa.
DESK room, nicely furnished; roller desk:
both phones. Room CU Burlington building.
OFFICES In Panama bulldlr.e. ao Olive st.:
thoroughly modern: prices range from JS to $15.
SIKKINO-CRAY CO.. Agents.
MS Olive t.
TE Brewers and Saloonkeepers
No. 1062 Hodlanont ae.: new row rtores and
Oats atvne; steam heat furnished; one of the
best locations In the city for a saloon; just
across the street from the Subur;an car sheds
and in a busier neighborhood; go out and
Inspect same, and for terras tee
M. P. HYNSON. 929 Chestnut rt.
Have a Look, Butchers and Grocers.
New stores vrlth flats above, on the east eldo
or Hcdlamont. just south of Kartmer are.;
Mes.ni heat furnished; one of the bn locations
In the city for n tmtchcr and jrocen- store;
plenty cf trade to draw from: 6S new fiats Just
completed and occupied on Birtnr.rr an., eajt
of the stores: reasorible rent. Applv to
M. P. ItYNSON. 920 Chestnut st.
FURNISHED RESTAURANT.
130." Market tUt furnished retnuiant, com
plete; seats 75 ,eopIe: In connection with Wne
Hotel; will lent completely furnished at a ery
nnscnahlo rent.
tSKIKr'IN IICAI ESTATn CO.. 1111 Chestnut.
Have a Look, Druggists
Southeast corner nartnir and Hodlamont
ave?.; rw More. 25x60. and flat abote: steam
heat furnished; without a doubt one of the beet
locations In the city for a drug store; no com
petition and plenty of trade to draw from; S
new rata Just completed and occunled on Bart
mer aire., cast of the .store. Apply to
M. F. HTNSON. 3:s Chestnut.
FOR RENT.
FINE STOREROOM
At 215 North Ninth Street,
In Frisco Building. Just arouni the corner
from the Post Office.
Thrs storeroom Is 16x15. with alley en
trance, r.nd splendidly adapted for buI
nes purposes. Apply v.
ROOM 618 FRISCO BUiLDIHB.
IMPROVED
CITY PROPEUTV
SALE.
KOIl
ARLINGTON. 1507
ISHSO: onlv new.
-SU-room residence; lot
roURTEENTH. Si S. Four-room brlCt: nil
improvements made; $1,500; quick talc; owner.
LUCKY. 45: Six-room house: JiCM.
SPLENDID cleen-room house, -Rlth stable:
Ilorton place, near Suburban power-house: flno
for doctor or boardlns-hou4.
W. P. NELS-ON. tl Chenut st.
SIX-ROOM brlclt: balh. hall, clcet. laun
dry; R1. 135 Granilic, K00 nest, cno
block south of Easton.
MINERVA. 6071 Pretty home and xtrwt: file
rooms, stable: enultr xl.400: big bargain.
NEAT BRICK RESIDENCE $3,200
S!r rooms, reception liall, bath: near school,
street cars and rrlsco station; 67M Smiley ave;
will take lot In exchanc.
U. W. LEE. 0 Fullerton bldg.
4433 FOREST PARK BOUL
Now vacant: 10 rocm-i: reception hall and
bath: hot-water heat: lot 57x177: price right
and terms reasonable.
M. D. O'REILLY R. i I. CO.. 721 Chestnut.
Beautiful s-room residence, furnace, pas
grates, balh, newlv decorated, will sell for
i.000; $1,500 cash, balance at 3 per cent.
. E. W. LEE. -CM Fullerton bldg.
BEAUTIFUL HOME
IN rULLERTON'S
WESTMINSTER PLACE
AT A SACRIFICE
Owner out of the Cltv.
Possession given Jcnuarr L ISM. Price and
terms on application.
H0LBR00K - BLAGKWELDER
REAL ESTATE TRUST CO.. 812 (Hive
FOR SALE ON
MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
Or Will Exchange Jor Good Vacant Ground
1 SEW SI.VGLB FLAT BUILDINGS.
ARMAND STREET.
2C14. Z03S. 2O10. SOB4. 2700. S701.
3703, 2704. 2700, 272G, 27-1S,
2754 and 27S8.
O Block North of Shenandoah.)
These Fiats conIn of 5 rooms and bath on
first flftflP. kIv rrwma anrl h.tk rn jnsr.J Mn.
separate, furnaces: hot and cold water:
cemented cellar wlih plastered cellinjrs. Lou
25 to S3 feet front.
For card of admission and further particulars,
RUTLEDBE & KILPATRICK REALTY CO.,
717 CHESTNUT STREET.
FOR SALE
AT A BARGAIN.
BSSS Pnge Avenue; 7-room rrslilencej
lot 50x137. Price, 000. Will sell on
enay terms. Possession on. short notice.
RUTLEDBE & KILPATRICK REALTY CO.,
717 CHESTNUT STREET.
- SECRET SOCIETIES.
ICNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.
D URLINGTON 7J3DGE. NO. S3S. K. OF P..
D meets every Wednesday evening In Fra
ternal building, on the corner of Eleventh
street and Franklin atenue. at 8 p. m. Wednes
day evening, September II, work In the rank
of Knlgl.t. In ampillled form: also a smoker for
the evcnlcs. Members will please attend. Vis
itors arc cordially Invited.
BOB O'CONNOR. C C
Frank O'Connor. K. of R. & s.
GASTLE HALL. COLUMBIA LODGE. NO.
3i, K. ot P.. meets Tuesday ctenlng-, No
vember Nomination of officers for Incom
ing term. All membei expected; good time.
Visiting brothers cordially lnlted to attend.
. ALEXANDER NICHOLSON. C. C.
J. F. Dempsey. K. of it. & 8.
CHEVALIER LODGE, NO. 70; 1C OF P.
Castle Hall In Odd Fellows' Temple, Hall
No. 2. eighth floor. Regular meeting every
Wednesday evening, S o'clock sharp. Work la
the Ampiiiled Rank of Knight Wednesday even
ing, November d. 1001. Illustrated with stere
opticon views; also business of Importance.
.... , -,;yM- J- SUMMEUW. C. C.
Attest: Louis W. sorgenfrel, K. or It. 4 S.
Address. IS53 Arsenal street.
DAMON LODGE. NO. IS. It P.. MEETS
. ... every Wednesday evening In Odd Fellows'
building. Ninth and Olive, reventh Poor, hall
No. 3. at 8 o'clock. Woik In rank of Knight.
Members of senate please icport Wednesday
evening. November M. Members expected.
Visiting brothers are cordially invited.
, FRANK S. S3TDMM. C. a
II. H. Bermel. K.-ot R. it s.. No. 3!i3 Evasi
avenue.
p UTURE GREAT LODGE. NO. S76. K. OF
P Howard's Hall. Thirtieth and olive,
meets every Wednday at 8 o'clock, visitors
welcome. R. P. FRrTSCIILE. C. C
W. A. Roberts. K. of R. A S. v""1t" ' '-
pACIKIC I)DGE, NO. 304. K. OF P..
, .""eots evcrv Wednesday evening, Centurv'
building. Ninth and Olive streets, November 23
work In rack or Knight. Nomination of offi:
ccrs. Cigars. Visitors Invited.
to a r, . E' x- ROBINSON. C. C.
W. A. Gray. K. of R. .t S.
F VT1IAGORAS LODGE. NO. S5. K. OF P
meets every Wednesday evening at castle
Iis.lL northwest corner Grand and Ecston avi
SSv?,S hc,w?.- Work Knight rank wednes:
brorthers.ey,;Bi,cm,S.1,Cr5 "Pectea- V,BlUns
IL L WALKER, a a
LraJLi&4t?f " & E"s,on ""
W ABASH LODGE. NO. 2tS, K. OF P..
kail JSfS-e.TerjrTueftay.v"llll ' casus
xS5lJSutl,I?lt2'r. Broadway, and Benton.
November 2. Work In the. rank of Esquire.
'ffgSEfffc. cf k-eQSB0RN- c-
2, ULEMA LODGE, NO. 4T1. K. OF P..
- meet Monday evening, November Mrln
bU No. L tenih floor Century building, all
&$.& rK?1r "Hjention. Members ex
pected and visitors cordially Invited to attend.
.... . STRANKJ.VomiER.ee.
IMPROVED OBDEH OP RED MEN.
mlXNEHAHA COONaU DEGREE OF
.n liS.h.onts. eeu tverT Mcond and
JZK. S5ar JL DJld Hall, Ninth an
Sarket streets. Work every meeting h tk
famous Kcbrimn .m-. ... .- vr is
JVltNNb.TONKA TRIBE. -NO. C Iilf KOVED
umer ot rtea Men. meets tvery Friday
awning, at Druids' Hall. Ninth and Market
streets. Work by the derres team that mads
St. Louis famous.
ROYAL ARCANUM.
Grand council Missouri, royal
vwm si.i. vu tiwimi, uriraos. Drcuuva
and -members trora JLhroad.
John C KllUncBworUu Grand Secretanr.
SIDNEY TO LOAN.
01
On Real Estate.
WE LOAN MONEY
In sums to suit on real estate; prompt action,
low interest and commission.
IIAYDHL. REALTY CO..
10J X. Sexenth St. (Est. IStl'.)
On Personal Property.
MONE1 loaned salaried people -without securl
ty. P. Laniet. 3C9A Benolst bldg.. Jih & Pine.
MONEY to loan on furniture; pianos, notes
or any personal property; my terms are abso
lutely the lowest: ste all others, then see me,
and be convinced. M9 Chestnut.
J. D HONE 1N-VESTXIENT CO. will Indorse
notes, securn loana on lire Insurance policies
and buy notes. 202 Equitable building.
LOANS ON FURNITURE AND PIANOS
without delay or removal, call, write or tele
phone. Main C0S7, or D C!l.
JAMES C. BAKER. JR..
CM-IiO Missouri Trust building.
INVESTIGATE THIS
WHEN YOU WANT MONEY. -
We make loans on furniture WITHOUT RE
SIOVAL. We make no Inquiries of your frlen'ls
or employer. We give jou the full amount In
CASH, not checks. We arrange payments to
suit jcur CONVENIENCE and ABILITY. W
do not RECORD loans. Wo RECEIPT for
every jiame1it made. Wo pay oil any OT'IER
LOAN or a balance on furn'ture and GIVE
MOKE MONEY. We EXTEND payments In
case of SICKNESS. We make AS LOW rate
a- the LOWEST. W grant LIBERAL DIP
COUNTS for time inoiev is not used. Tali Is
our bus!nts in n nutsh-1'. SEE US and b
convinced ttmt we ar THE PCOFLF.. We
make loans In East St. Louis. Telephone for us
to cull TH3 HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO..
Kin. 1SII. Room Ml rm.t.KRTON BLDG ,
Hell Main 4H3 SEVEN Til AND PINE fTTS.
MONEY TO LOAN
. ON FURNITURE OR T-IAN03.
DO NOT FAIL TO CAIJ. nd gtt our rates
before getting loan elsewhere, our vstem elves
J?T.,ME an' SMALL PAYMENTS, rlth
REBATE when paid before due. so you onlv
pay for such tine a you nave hail loan. Ws
give PASS EOOK. where all payments are rn.
tered We do not require sivm,-nt. while SICK
OR OUT OF WORK: NO PUBLICITY: NO IN
' tnier can I
slzred at house and vou can set money ram
day ou apply. We make a ppeclalty of pacing
off anv lojn or c?-lm ninins gou! and giv
ing more money. If yau cannot call, white
OR TCLEPHOSB -j- nnd w will .Pnd seent
to exnlaln our SYSTEM TKi,viKOND KIN
LOCH n o. or nnr.i, main zw.
FIDELITY BROKERAGE CO..
Room No. 4in Commonwealth Trust building.
Broadway nnd Olive st.. Entrsnc Ol Olive st.
Loans at 5 Per Cent.
WE make LOANS ON rURNTilJRS, PI
ANOh, ETC.. without removal; NO PUBLICI
TY. See us before getting n loon elenbere;
?lil-SiV? TSP moneys CHEAPER RATES;
LONCER TIME: SMALLER PAYMENTS. We
E.ayJ? :Ulv LOAN or balanc on vour FURNI-TURE-
Pay at your CONVENIENCE. Llb"al
DISCOUNTS. Call and be convinced Write
or telephone Klnloch A M2 UNION FINANCE
CO.. 30? anil 303 Oriel building.
ftratheait cornr Sixth and LocusL Enlrancs
SIC N. Sixth, opposite narVs.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On HOUSEHOLD TURNITURE. PIANOS.
LTC. without removing the goods; also on
pur PLAIN NOTE, if you hold a ralaried po
sition: lowest rates; easiest terms; quick and
quietly.
ST. LOUIS INVESTMENT CO..
Room HIS Missouri Trust building.
Entrance 70S Olive street.
LOANS ON FURNITURE.
Rates ami terms unheard of. Look:
$1,50 weekly pajs a $73 loan.
51.20 weekly pas a SftO loan.
$1.00 weekly pajs a $"i0 loan.
75c weekly pays a $40 loan.
Pajments "can bo made wH;!, emImontftlv
or monthly. It I? to your Interest to consult
u. AH business private and above board. See
us. CHCMICAL. riXANCE CO..
Ml Chemical building. Eighth and Oliie.
W. S. PRICE
WILL GET YOU
10D.00 for K4.0O a year.
STit.fln for lS.t.00 a yenr.
IWiO.OO for !f2.(M n yenr.
:.-..00 for IJI.OO n year.
On FURNITURE. PIANOS. hor'e. wagons,
etc. Si; Mermod & Jaccard building; Kin.
phone D 1S v
MONEY ADVANCED TO SALARIED PEOPLE
Teair.slrrs. boardlnc-oouso keepers, without se
curity; easy payments; largest business In W
cities. Tolman. 601 Uouser bldg.. J00 chestnut.
$10 to Drake's Easj Money $100
Advanced salaried people, without security
or knowledge of anyone. My rates the lowest.
!est and most private In the city. Call at
ZZZrS-t Chemical building.
EUGENE A. TBISLER,
Rocm 21. 119 N. .Seventh st.. De iienU building.
. . Fire' Insurance Agency.
LOANS ON FURNITURE LOW RATES.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
AICIEM" FKCK AND
MASOS.
ACCEPTED
ssssVss
ANCHOR LODGE. NO. 412. A. F. & A. M.
btated communication at 7:30 o clock p.
m., Jefferson and Park avenues. Work in third.
Bretrren welcome. E. W. HUGHES, W. M
It. II. Cattail. Secretary.
GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. I
. ..A. F. & A. 31.. will hold stated commu
nication Tuesday, November zi at 7:30 p. m.,
at Masonic Tempi". Grand and Flnnev avenues.
Thero will bo work in the degrees. Visitors are
welcome. GEO. W. JAMES, W. M.
Wm. L, Reynolds. Jr.. Secretary.
JVJISSOURI LODGE. NO. 1. A. T. & A. M.
. Special communication on Friday. No
c.IT.1r at ,' Pj. "".Corinthian HallGrand
Avenue Ma3onIo Temple. M. M. degree, 11 ree
candloatrs. Members and visiting brethren are
tequested to attend.
HI. SI. HOLLAND. Acting W. M.
John H. Deems. Secretary.
INDEPENDENT ORDER
OF ODD
FELLOWS.
AftCKUR LODGE. NO. Sti, I O O. F
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Hall. Nineteenth and Wrlnht stieets. Wori la
lh desrees. Visiting- brethren welcome.
street,'11 PeUy' Scc"Ia"n'. 211J NoVthNiJlnth
STr V?VvISpRIi,BEIA" lPOE- NO. 330.
I. O. O. F. Recular meetlnss second and
fourth Wednesdays or each month. Doric Hall
Masonic Temple. Grand and Finney avenues.
Visitors are cordlallv invited to attend.
MISS ELLA Jl. GRADY. Noble Grand
Mrs. Hattle Farmim. Secretary. i
323 La Salle street.
ST. LOUIS LODGE. NO. S, L O. O r
meets every Saturday evening- at i
o'clock at Odd Fellows' bullolnc, southeast cor
?.l:r..Nln,h .aDd llv9 treeu. in hall No L
Visitors welcome and members expected to at.
U??- ii . N' MATHESON, N. O.
H. A. Hamilton. Secretary.
KiflGHTS OF COLCHBOa.
KENIHCK COUNCIU'NO. CSS, KNIUHT3
-.kor.f?lani,l5U"' "i?et second and
lourth WedDesdav at Rose Hill Hall. No 5
Maple avenue. Vlsltlni; knights a.wayV T'wal!
C0,'Se',. JSU PAUt CHEW? OrsuTi Sht
Wait Pi T. riinn nvhsiM I-, - j a-jg.w
.. ...Wi.,,,H1 ilCWI (srer.
TARQUETTE COUNaL, NO S0
I'lKnlgh's of Columbus, meets ewry sS
ond and tou-.th Tuesd-.v In the west half rST
TRIBE OF BEJT 11UR.
BJ.5SSF Vffi & TniBB or bS
aa,i ot each month at Andle's Hall. Jefferson
and Pestalozzl stre:. Members are reouested
to attend. All sons and daushters ot Hur ac
corded e t.eiinv welcome.
WnI',hDLUiJBCIJG'.J::i"rf' ,s7 s- Thirteenth.
Ruth Lester. Scribe. 2016 Victor.
GENTURT COURT. NO. 25. TRIBE OF
Ben-Hur. lias moved to Phoenix Hall.
JelTerson and Cass avenues, meeting every
Wednesday evening. All Sons and Daughters
of Hur accorded a hearty welcome.
DOCTOR F. M. NUFER. Chief.
Man' McNamara. Scribe. 1226 Cass avenue.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICA."!
MECHANICS.
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LYON COUNCIL, NO. 21. JR.. O. U. A. M..
meets every Monday evening- at Junior
O. U. A. M. Hall. No 3231 South Seventh
street. Visitors are welcome.
L A. WEISMANTEL. C.
R. EclL Secretary, 230J Gasconade street.
Eke.
republic special.
New York. Nov. 22. Ecjs-Recelpts 13.335
cases. Despite the heavy increase in the listed
receipts -and the fact that a. largo part of the
attention of the trade was diverted towatd
the poultry business the market showed greater
itrcnsth on ttw whole line. Really new-laid
eggs, from any section, had the call In the
trading, and buyers could bo forced to very
mil prices for qualliy. Refr.'g-'rators In de
mand for current use, with reported sales of
1,003 cash firsts, seller SO days, at WSSlc
Western best agrot Hefrlgerators, good to
?2K? Weste' 20821c: fair summer-stored
IJjJISc: Inferior 16$lTc. other quotations un
changed. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 22. Eggs steady; Mis
souri and Kansas stock, new No. 2 whltewood
cases Included. 24c per doz.; case count 22c;
cases returned !c less.
Philadelphia. Nov. 22. Etbs firm: cood de
mand: near-bv firsts 28c. at mark: Western
firsts 27c at mark.
Chicago. Nov. 23. Eggs firm:. at mark, cases'
Included. lEV4622Hc: Orris 2c: prime firsts 26c:
extras 2Sc
Batter and Cheese. -
New Tork. Nov. 23. Butter and cheese un
changed. Chicago. Nov. 22. Butter market firm; cream
eries lfc24c: dalrles-15J21c. Cheese firm: 11
32c.
Philadelphia. - Nor. 22. Butter steady: fair
demand: extra creamory 2Hc: extra near-bv
prints 23c Cheese unchanged: New York full
creams rancy nueu&c; do. choice HUc: do.
lair to good U&uc.
MEAGER GINNERS' REPORT
MAKES WEAKNESS IN COTTON
FIGURES GIVEN ONLY FOR
105 GEORGIA COUNTIES.
Trade Jumps to Conclusion That
Document Will Show-Advance,
and Bears Get Busy.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New York, Xov. 22. Tlic principal fea
ture of the cotton market to-day was
tlta publication of the first installment of
the ginnera' report, by the Jjplted States
Census IJurcau. This was announced
shortly after 12, and covered only 103
counties In Georgia. II estimated the
amount of cotton sinned in thoVe coun
ties at 1,241,711 bales of the commercial
ifizQ, against 7,5. the same time last
J ear.
The trade jumped to the conclusion
that this was perhaps indicative of con
ditions ' In the entire belt, and the re
port was regarded as so bearish that
the market developed weakness, and sold
ort promptly to a level of 17 to IS points
under a renewed sharp bear attack.
The decline caught ,i large number of
stop-loss otders, ynd their execution with
a large amount of selling of January bv
brokers, representing the principal spot
dealers, had a very depressing effect on
the general list ana prices went otf quite
sharply, declining 10 points from the quo
tations current. Just before the ginners'
report was announced, within the next
half-hour's business.
Tlie market developed further weakness
in the late trading, on more liquidation
oy local and Southern oporators and
liquidation on slop-loss orders was the
feature of the late selling movement,
wlilch carried prices down 20 to 23 points
from last night's closing quotations to
the lowest levels reached for the last
two or three months. The ginners' re
port Is very ambiguous, but the general
Interpretation placed upon it was bearish,
and it was one of tho principal factors
inducing liquidation.
There was. an absence of support of any
importance, and the market ruled weak
throughout the late trading, with prices
at Liverpool declining as much as In this
market, and spot cotton In tne South
weakening. Spot cotton declined 10 points
to the basis of 8 DO for middling.
Tho Journal of Commerce publishes to-
aj .1 ,- iniBiny special report on an
ntternpt to secure an exprcss.on of opin
ion from, the most prominent cotton inter
ests in tho South, covering- all the states,
on the probable size of the crop. Its sum
mary ot the average of these opinions es
timates the crop at 11,273.0C0 bales. J. JI.
Ayer and Company put out a crop esti
mate to-day of ll.lOo.OCO bales.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New Orleans, Xov. 22. To-mori o w, in
its SUmmarV nf thf nnttnn clriiarlnn .1..
Times-Democrat will say:
"Yesterday's cotton market should live
In the annals of the trade as a more or
less unreasonable and wholly regTettnble
affair. True, the bark of the bulls was
pllotless. but it was the fright of the
passengers that wrecked the craft on the
rock of mifcapprehention. For davs the
currents have run adversely, and the
menu of the price could make no head
way. But the course was clear enougn
for safety.
"Yesterday the Census Bureau flashed
a. little Mgnal. Xo one yet knows Juit
how to take it. The bulls, fearing a. sig
nal of any kind. left the ropes, and dibas
ter followed quickly enough. There are
times in the affairs of men when a leader
of big caliber is needed to stay the hand
of folly. Yesterday was such a time.
The information given out from Wash
ington means just what appears on the
surface, i. e., that so miny bales were
ginned in so many counties in Georgia up
to November II. us against so many bales
to the same date in 1903. Last vear"s
crop was late, this ear's crop was early.
Thats all there is to it. and that's all
that can be made out of it. This ques
tion naturally arises in the analytical
mind: Why lias the bureau confined Its
llrst work to Georgia, a recognized big
crop State, and not to Arkansas or Ala
bama or Texas? The pivotal State would
have interested more.pcople.
"Tlie effect ot yesterday's heavv de
clines, because of 'the very nature of the
thing, must be far-reaching. The Census
IJurcau figures do not prove anvtliing.
But the public mind is easily influenced.
Since the world began, folly has given
prudence more hard knocks than human
ity could count. For weeks the bears
have fought for Just such a stampede as
yesterday brought. To-day they will press
their advantage if they can, but their
ammunition must come from the bulls
themselves.
"A bold show of backbone should check
the first charge this morning, for a reac
tion Is due, no matter whose position may
lk3 Kuuwii to ue correct on uecemncr a.
Much, of course, will depend upon Liver
pool's attitude.
St. I.onlu Cotton Market.
Spot market e lower. Sales, S3 bal.
Quote ordinary S
Good ordinary &ij
Low middling su
Middling ail
Good middling
Middling fair
Tlngea and stains, USic off.
Galveston Spot market quiet.
9 9-lGd.
New Orleans Spot market quiet.
.10
Middlings,
Middlings,
Memphis Spot market quiet. Middling o S-151.
Hectlpts at principal point:
Galveston. 28,171 bales.
New Orlcan, 31.347 bale.
Mobile. 3.343 bales.
Savannah. 12.140 bales.
CliarlcFtcn. P8 bnles.
Norfolk. l'.S5) bales.
Houston. 2),S03 bale".
Memphis. 4.472 bales.
Net receipts at all United Stale ports for
four dajs llMlti bolfs. against 205.93:; bales a
wetk ago and 2M.EC) bale in 19-J3. Exports,
189.023 bales, against 171.C33 bales in ISOi
Stocks. ?m,3H bales, against 813.303 bales a
3 ear ago.
Total receipts, 4.032.7S3 bales, as compared
with '.M31.602 bales In 1953.
St. Lou's warehouse statement:
tnis
Last
Year.
1.233
Mt
12.71
4
3 042
slail
l.to.
3b.l69
1.9J3
4J.241
Tear.
t; ?92
1.1.0
26,723
2)1
13.22!
19 SIM
6.00
132.SM
3,110
119.303
Stocl.s on hand SspL 1 ,
Ntt receipts ,
Net dn since Sept. 1
Net shipments ,
Net do since Sept. 1
Stocks on hand
Gros receipts ,
Gross do since Sept. 1.....
Gross shipments
Gros do since Sept. 1
Cotton Rnotatlona.
New York. Nov. 22. Spot closed quiet; 10
points decline: middling-uplands 9.00c: middling
Gulf.10.13c; sales 33 bales. Tutures closed bare
ly steady: Nov. 9.27c: Dec 9.31c; Jan. 9.41c:
Feb. 9.4ic; March 9.34c; April 3.60c; May s.Wc;
Juno 9 66c: Julv 9.70c
Liverpool, Nov. 22. Cotton Spot moderate
business done: prices unchanged; American mid
dling 5.2Sd: sales were 7.000 bales, of which
5"0 were for speculation and export and In
cluded CSOO American. . Receipts 14,300, all
Alncrldui. Tutures opened autet and
closed steady: American middling g. o.
c. Nov. 3.2M: Nov. and Dec. 517d;
Dec. and Jan. s.ltd: Jan. and Feb. 3.20d; Feb.
and March 3.22d: March and April 5.23d; April
and May 5.23.I: May and June G.27d; Juno and
July 5.2Sd; July and Aue. 5.2Sd; Aug. and
Sept. 3 24d.
New Orleans, Nov. 23. Futures steady; Nov.
9 19S9.21C: Dec. !Mi1 23c: Jan. 9.31S9.3JC: Feb.
40E9.42c: March 9.484l9.49c: April 9 5369 37I-;
aiay s.tiLUi'.tzc ipot. quiet: saies z.goo nates;
ordinary G 1316c: good ordinary 8Jfic; low m'd
dllng 8-lic: middling 9 5-l&c: good middling &Vr:
middling fair 10c. Receipts 21,347 bales; stock
521.237 bales.
Wool.
Boston, Nov. 22. Tho available supply or
-wool on the market has become well redueeJ.
with manufacturers still seeking supplies.
Prices are very firm and purcbass are made
at full prices, line fleece wool aro quiet
but firm, while medium grades of domestic
fleece- are well reduced In stock. Unua&hed
Ohio delaines 23c; unmerchantable 23930c; un-
wasnen ciotnin? zissc Aieaium unwaanoa
Ohio fleeces 31frJ2c for one-quarter and three
eighths bloods; others ar.out 3031c. Pulled
wools firm on the scojred bo! of 52Q33C for
B supers, with A supers at 5G$37c.
Boston. Nov. 22. The wool market has been
more quiet the past week, but It has lost none
of 11 strength. Lack of supnlles lias been
the cause cf curtailment of business. An aver
age estimate is that there will not be over 2
Ooo.OOO pounds of wool left in dealers' Blocks by
Jan. 1. a notable decrease from last vear.
The Territory wools continue active. Pu'lfd
wools are firmer, l'ortlgn grades are qufct.
Quotations: Territory, Idaho Fine H',5nc:
heavy fine leHc; fine medium lS&13c: me
dium 21822c; low medium 224323c Wyoming
(IncJ7'j(glSl4c: heavv fine 15tJlSc; fine medium
Fine 37WlSl4c: heavy fine 15316c: fine medium
Utah and Nevada Fine 17lSc: heavy fine 13
JlGc; fine medium 174131m:; medium .2223c;
low medium 234$24c. Dakota Fine 16t?lSc; fine
medium S&15c: medium 21022c: low medium
23:24c. MontanaFine rholce 2122c: fine
average 19020c: fine medium, choice. 21?2c;
overage 13T20c; staples 2223c: medium, choice.
23SiSc.
London, Nov. 22. The sixth series of the 1304
wool sales was opened to-day. There was a
large attendance. Tlie offerings numbered 7.1S9
bales,- mainly merinos. Competition was active
and prices higher. Several parcels of good
Queensland, New South Wales and South Aus
tralia new clip were offered. Americans pay
ing Is 2d forythe best lots of rreasy. Crosa
brede were in strong demand. Siipes and Cape
of Good Hope and Natal snow whites and
scoureda were .d higher. Merinos were S tier
cent dearer. Medium clossbreds 10 and coarse
grades 15 per cent above the last series. Following-
arc tlie sales: New South Wales 1.M0
bales; scoured JJVWSls SHd; greasy 7ttla.
Queensland LOOOTiaiep: scoured Is iud62a. Vic
toria 1,700 bales; greasy SUSla 3d. South Aus
Aus-
Zeaiand
Good
Hope and Natal loo bales; scoured Is 4dls
lOd. Falkland Islands 2) bales: greasy S'-.e
iivio. untisn coiumoia li Dales; grtasy ajj
iillil.
Poultry.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New York. Nov. 22 Live I'cultrv Receipts 13
cars Western, .1 Southern and 1 Southwestern,
with 2 cars more by cxpre. invoice- wera
heavier than expected and Include consldera
til stock rcsblppral from Culcago. The market
declined to 11a on fowls and 1'S-c on roosters.
Turkeys declined to 13c, with several care mi.re
to come, and trend of values Is lower. Ducks
and gecso working out at unchanged prices.
Pigeons slow. Kon Is Prime lie: old roosters
7'.jc; turkeva 13c. Other quotations unchanged.
Dressed Poultry Receipts 12.110 Dkgs. The
freh receipts were- heavy and tinlcoked for ad
vices are coming forward by evsry mall from
the West. Tlie uilt-or-lovvn Eastern huvers who
have been here since the opening have com
pleted th:ir purchases and gene home, and
the demand to-day was confined to local dealers,
who wanted dry-picked stock, but would not
pjy over 1'c for average beet dry-picked or
fccalded Iced or 20c for fancy selected. Re
ceivers were Inclined to ask more money, but
were forced to accept the situation, nnd did
not refue raasonabIc criers. Good line were
sold at I9c towards the cl'e. A liberal por
tion of the dry-picked sleek wa not only thin
and framy. but Mruck green and of uncertain
value. Old torn were not to plnty, and
brought about th: same prices as the vouns
ones. Several lots of turkeys arrived that were
bought on Western and Southern markets, and
were urged to .ell liclow rot price. Dry
picked turkejs not plentj-. but those around
were so thin and unattractive thai on.y the
mors selected exceeded 20c. Irlne lanre roast
ing chickens in good demand. Towls rarely
up to prime In quality and onlv fancy heavy
exceeded 124c Prime oung ducks worked
out at full price, but geese accumulated anil
prices were easier all around. Squabs more
plenty, but fancy, heavy while in good de
mand and steady. Drj'-P'cked: Turlreys Vet
cm dry-rlekeil prime, 20c: Western ilry-p!cKcd
a'-cxige issue. OeeseWcstni prime 13-8 14c.
Iced: Turl.ej Spring Western, dry-picked, av
erage. lssjWc: selected lS20e: old hens, se
lected, 18c; mixed hens and tcms, eld, 18il9c.
Tou Is Western dry-picked, fancy, clean. 12'ic:
average Western dry-picked liaii:: Western
scalded llijS12c: Southern and Southwestern
lOii-Jllc. Other quotations unchanged.
I'lnxseo'l Quotations.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Chicago, HI . Nev. 22. I1axscd was up half
cent In pjmpathy with the markets in th"
Northwest. No trades wero made. No. 1
Ncrthivestern was 31 13 bid. No. t Nov. and
Dec were Jl.lljj bid. May wj 31.19 fellers.
Receipts were i car here. Mlnneipolh ie
ceived 44 cars and Dulcth Z.l car?. ,
LIVE-STOCK 1IAHKKT.
Xiltlvc Supply I'nlr licet Cuttle Cany
sheep Hnlil Steml;.
NATIVE CATTLE Beet Steers The supply
of beeves was only moderate, and to a large
extent, embraced a common and fair class of
grass and medium-fed steer. Some few lots
of pretty good graded were available, but right
good and choice to prime kinds were unrepre
fcented. The demand ruled a good bit as it did 5es
lerdaj'.whlch was nothing to brag upon; in fact,
a very narrow outlet ha prevailed th- last
two day, and some of the buvers aro doing
very little purchasing, confining' their operations
principally to cheap-prico stock that Is, can
ners and cutting cow. The trade throughout
the day was lifeless, and about the only desire
on part of the packer to operate was en the
cheap-priced steer", larding from 32.833.75,
while those showing prettv decent and right
goiil flesh weie very hard to move.
A generally lower basis was the rule gen
erally, 10-ri3c. Toward the latter end of the
dav a good class of steers sold around 33.10.
nnd a very decent class of dressed beef steers
at J1.S0. A considerable number were still In
the pens at a late hour, with very low bids re
ceived. BEEr AND BUTCHER STEEBS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
M... 1320.. .J3.15
40...1-C3...5...10
9.. .1201... 4.23
22.. .1222... 4.00
20.. .1016... 3.73
IS.. .1036... 3.M
23.. .1026... ::.23
1... 94)... t.;
2... W... .'.03
.13S94..53.10
tralia 700 bales: greay S'iBHUd. West
tralla COO bales: greasy S?iW9V,d. New Zes
1.000 bales: gTeosy Sdgls 7d. Cape of
... S63... 4.4)
17.. .1107... 3.65
22.. .1013... 3.75
40... 918... 3.33
3.. .1213... 3.00
19... MI... 2.35
V.... CIS... 2.10
Butcher Cattle Bulk of receipts were butcher
stock, of which a very large proportion ran
con canner and pretty good kinds. The usual
sm-ill pfCTcortion of good stock wa offered.
Tho demand to-day wa centered principally
on canners to gocd cutters, selling from Jl.&Oi
2.6), showing a steady range with jesterday.
Hulk of ale being at $2412.50 for good canners
and pretty fair cutters
The gtiod cows landing from J2.75g3.33 were
slow Fellers at very weak prices, but the worst
feature of tho trade develored on the better
grades of heifers, that is. good gra and fed
kind, comparatively fw going above J2.23.
The demand from killers to-day was very list
less for an thing at all where thowlng good
f!f"h.
Little light heifers and steers, suitable enly
for canners, but not having weight, are not
selling near as satisfactory as the heavier
grade, and these are confined to a very nar
row outlet around JI.&0
No good bulls were here, offerings being of
ransage grade, at 52.2512.50.
Calves, topping at JS for best grades. Just Jl
loner than a week ago.
H...12t3 .. 4..V)
13... W, .. 4.2
29...11S9... 2.S".
25... !6S... 3.50
6... 9io... :.
6.'.. .1079... 3.15
to... 910... 2.!i3
IIEirERS.
S'o. Av. Pr. No. Av. Tr. No. Av. Pr.
1 .. 577...53.S3 I... 660.. .53.6.) 2... 760.. .53.30
23 .. C7&... 3.40 S... 737... 3.25 3... u3... 3.f0
3... SOO... 3.15 2... 7S3... 2.3", 6... 6r.. 2.SO
16... S79... 3.00 7... 771... 2.90 7... 332... 2.73
13... 715... 2.C0 S... 6... 2.50
Cows and heifers:
14... 910... 2.00
COWS.
1...12SO... 2.35 1...1I9J... 2.35 4 ..1143... 2.13
13... S77... 3.10 1...1020... 3.15 1...11S0... 3.r
H...24?... 3.10 1...1330... 3.10 3.. .1045... 3.00
10... 732... 2.C3 12...10S2... 3.00 12... 703... M3
7.. .1031... 2.73 4. ..1000... 2.70 20.. . 976... 2.70
20... 370... 2.70 17... Ml... 2.C0 7... 732... 2.60
1... 320... 2.60 3... 830... 2.60 2... SOO... 2.5S
1... SW... 2.53 4... S10... 2.55 1...11S0... 2.30
1 llTT... 2.43 1...11W... 2..T) 4... 823... 2.40
10... Mil... 2.50 4... 825... 2.40 13... SOO... 2.33
2... 730... 2.35 3...0103... 2.33 3... 3S0... 2.33
VEAL CALVES.
1... 110... 6.23 2... IS... r..23 1... 120... 6.00
1... 140... I..00 1... 130... 6.i) 2... 133... C.75
4 .. 137... 6.00 2... 120... 3.30 1... 100... 3.50
1... 120... 3.30 5... 100... 3.00 2... 160... S.dl
4... 1W... 4.W S... 280... 3.30 I... 12-)... 3.50
1... 270... 3.23 3... 260 DO I... U... 3.00
2... 343... 3.00
SOUTHERN CATTLE-A moderate supply of
n;uuiern came arrivea. ana mere was a mucn
laiger repreentatlon of Texas ,nnd Terrltorj'
cattle than for some time, and the offerings
graded a shade tetter.
Some few 'lots of pretty good steers and cows
were included In the receipts, but moat of the
offerings consisted of cemmon to fair cows and
common steers.
Tha demand ruled very weak and uncertain
and values were unevenly steadv to 10c lower.
The early calf trade compared very favor
ably with jesterday, but the late trade was
very weak and considerably lower.
TEXAS AND INDIAN STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
:.-... .lip'!.. .;. .'l... -,,...?.:.-'j
HEIFBRS.
1...1020... 3.25
Cows and heifers:
23... C72... 2.40 S3... 6SI... 2.23
J... J23...J3.O0
S3... 71S..
ZO... 7)3.,
M5
COWS.
.. 940..
.. 797..
33... SJ9... 2.50
20... 822... 2.00
BULLS.
1...1190... 2.13
12... 743..
5. . 7i...
2.13
1.S4
1...1320... 2.25
CALVES.
(Per head).
62 S.OO
.Arkansas and Tennessee cattle:
STEERS.
t..l
6. ..1043... 3.00
11... 63... 2.23
12.. .1022... 2.80
14... 652... 2.25
Stocker steer:
1... S10... 2.90
1...10CO... 2.73
1... C95... 2.27
30... 876... 2.63
11... 549... 2.0J
. SM..
. 539..
. )..
2.50
2.0-J
2.23
4. ... SIS-
. 2.90
i
960... 2.00
530... 2.00
639... 2.C0
COWS.
1... S02... 2.33
... til... 2.40
3...
4...
29...
1...
17..
MS... 2.00
MIXED.
25... ill... 1.S0 V
BULLS.
4.. .1022... 2.23 1...1J49... 2.10 1...US0... 2.15
CALVES.
3 .. 216... 1.30
HOGd Another good liberal run of hogs was
en sale, tho receipts amounting to around 11.000
head. Other Western markets were also well
supplied, the total at the Ave principal ones be
ing 83.200 head. Tlie local offerings were fairly
good quality, but there was a liberal number
ot plfu and Southwest lights Included. Buyers
were bearish and tho liberal supply enabled them
to make their purchases on a lower basis. The
bist butcher and packing hogs showed a less of
5c. and the best lights. 100 to 390 lb.. for ship
ping, were also only Be lower, but'anythlng not
slrictlv good showed n. fterllnM nf -rk.- thi .n
especially noticeable on the Uttle.plgs and lights.
.iv u ij ma., Liuiy me inaxKet waa inclined to
be slow and draegy. but later there seemed to
bo considerable, more life, and about 10 o'clock
prlces were a little firmer than at thA nnenin.
The close was full steady and the clearance
gocd. Good butcher and heavy hogs sold at
SI eo-34.ii: fs'r to good medium weights and
packers 34.35fi4.B5: lights above 130 lbs. average
S4.30JM 62H: lights under 150 lbs. average 53.73
4.30: nigs under 100 lbs. J3.50ii3.75, and rcuglw
and culls at 53.30al.3). Tlie bulk of the hogl
weighing 130 lbs. or more sold at S4.5034.62j.
against 54.5534 67J Monday. -
Biic;t.i- Anotner goou run or sheep arrived,
and besides a good representation of native
sheep and laraba. there were several cars of
Westerns Included. Tlie market exhibited nJ
material change, all good fat 'sheep and lamb
selllng. readily at steady to firm prices, while
the half fat and common kinds were bareiy
steady and rather slow tale, cull Iambs as
usual were net wanted to anv great extent and
sold extremely slow and Irregular. The stocker
trade was unchanged, a fair demand prevailing
foe th- hest, while common ones were slow sale.
HORSES The regular horse market was ac
tive, but principally m a retail way. About
10) head were offered In the auction prior to
the opening of the' range horse sale, and met
with a good, strong, active demand from the
large number of'buvers present. Most of the
demand came from the South, and most ot
the offerings were adapted to that demand, few
good Eastern horses being numbered In the
run. Values on Southern horses have begun
the week on n little stronger basis than last
week, and this level waa maintained in the
short auction held Tuesday morning. Consid
erable business waa also done at private sale.
The demand for good, smooth Southern horses
la the leading features of the maxket.'
Followlng, is a. list ot sales at yesterdays
range Buie.
21 head at J43.50
31 head at 539.00
27 head at 534.00
31 head at 531.00
2f. head at 529 A)
30 head at 528.50
28 head at 325.50
27 head at 524.01
29 head at 520.50
29 head at 519.54
30 head at J53.00
n mules at JU5.00
15 head at S1.0O
25 head at 530.50
12 head at 532.00
27 head at 521.50
20 head at 128.50
2S head at 520.00
21 head at 523.00
20 head at 522.50
11 head at 520.0)
23 head at 582.ru)
22 head at 343.00
--3 mules at 894.00
MULE3 The run of mules has been very
light since the week opened. Two days re
ceipts have been only about 650 head, not count
ing the branded mules that came In for auction
sale. The number on the commission market
has therefore been only a little more than half
as many as last week. The smaller utply and
the ract that dealers have been having a rlgr.r
good trade from th" South have had a salutary
influenc on the market, and the bnslnes shows
more activity than for several weeks, consign
ments have been moving out of first hands with
notable raoldlty. especially the better grades -f
fat cotton mules, nhich have been selling al
most on arrival. The Tuesdnv- supply was not
large, onlv about 3uo head being In th com
mlsslcn pers. The increased activity is also
carrying with It a little more strength, and de
cent kinds nf muls ar telllntr a little stronger
than they did at the close of las: week.
11 y Telegraph.
Chicago. Nor. 22.-Cattl Receipts U.93:
western 4 COu: market steady: good to prime
steers Jj.S36.S: Door to medium R.oa3.t:
etockers and feeders 3201.10: rows 51.2334.30:
heifers SLi-oSS: canners J1.252.23: bulls S29
4.35: calves I3ao.0: Western steers 33.3385.10.
Hoes Receipts 2S.O.10: market Zc lower: mixed
and butchers 31.:oS4.79; good to choice heavv
S4 651J4.7o: rough, heavv. Ji.35-g4.30: light 34.43
4.G0: bulk of sales 4.3:24.t3. Sheei-Receipts
.-.uOO: market steady to lower. Lamb weak:
lie lower: good to choice wethers J4.-JMI4.90;
fair to choice mixed 31.3)64.23: Wetem sheep
S?'rt4.73: native lambs t4.lofrC.15: Western Iambs
South St Joseph. Me Nov. 22. Cltlle Re
ceipts 3.S12: market steadv: natives t3.5ojr3.73;
cows and heifers JI.30-J4.23: tocker- and feed
ers 52.50(33.23. Hogs Receipts 9.751: market
big: lOc' loner: light si.2:4.0: medium and
heavy 14.40&4.70. Sheep-Receipts 4.636: market
steadr: Western lambs J4.
Kanas City. Mo.. NV. 22. Cattle Receipts
22.500: Including 301V Southern: market steady to
l.c lower: choice export anddrssil be-f steers
'!..:.: fair to good J3.30Jf3; Western fed steers
J3.l3.0: stockers and feeders J2.23g4.10;
Southern steers J2.3l4.25: Southern cows SI..V
-..2.: native cowj. J1.3ua4; native heifers 52.50
j4.u: bull J2K3.50: calies J2.3.VS3.73. Hogs
Receipts 1S."i0: market 5al0c lower, but cIol
strnnir: top S4.80r bulk of tale- J4. K?4.73: heaw
J4.T084.SO; packers S4.33S4.73: pigs and lights
J.C0l.!'i Shep Receints 3.JM: market. 1Mi15c
higher; native Iambs J.Mjrt: native wethers
14-2504.75: rative ewes J434.V): We-tern Iambs
JLOtfC: Western yearlings Jt.25-J5.23: Western
ehep J3.73g4.30; stockers and fe'dTS J2.50S4.
RIVER NEWS.
nine auil I'nII of Ihe Hirer
I hours ending at 7 a. m.:
For
St. Louis. Nov. 22. 1504.
Stations.
Pittsburg ,
Parkerbi:rg ..
Ci-.clnnati ....,
Louisville
Nashville
Chattanooga. ..
Florence
Johnsonv ille ..
nanv!lla
S-:. Paul
Dubuque
Divennort ....
Keokuk
Hannibal
Beardstown ...
Grafton
Omaha
Kansas City ..
Glasgow
Boonville
Hermann ,
St. Louis
Chester
Cairo
Memphis
Little Hock ..
Vlcl-sburg ....
Shreveport ....
New Orleans .
Rise. -Kail.
Danger. Gauge. Chanre.
22.0 3.7 -0.1
SS.U 2.1 '0.1
50 O 3. J 0.0
2S.0 2.4 0.0
40.0 6.9 O.IV
33.11 1.0 0.0
16.0 .0.1 "0.1
21.0 -.4 -9.1
23.0 1.4 -0.1
H.O 3.9 tt.O
13.0 3.3 -0.1
13.0 4.0 -0.1
13.0 4 1 -0.2
13.11
1.'.0
23.0 7.0 -O.l
IS.n
21.0 G.2 -0.1
IS.O
20.0 5.3 O.o
24.0 4.1 0.0
30.0 6.3 -0.2
30.0 0.4 -0.2
43.0 7.K -0.2
23.0 3.( -0.2
23.0 3.6 -0.1
43.0 3.0 0.0
29.0 -1.2 0.0
10.0 3.5 '0.S
EDWARD 11. BOWIE.
Local Forecaster.
IUrer Forecast.
The rivers In the St. Louis district will re
main stationary or fall during the next 4S
hours.
HlTer and Bnalneai.
The harbor gauge showed yesterday a.:
feet.
vi m. inn oi ,i in me last z Hours.
Business along tho Levee yesterday waa light
The weather was fair and moderate.
To-Tlny' AVeather.
Fair, with moderate temperature.
Arrivals.
Sp-ead Eagle Oraftcn
City of Providence Jerferson Barrackn
ii Ajtagnan Excursion
Bald Eagle Peoria,
Departed.
Spread Eagle
City of Providence
D'Artagnan -.."..
Crafton
Jefferson Barracks
Excursion
ArrlvnU To-Dy.
Stacker Lee Memphis
City of Providence Jefferson Barracks
DArtegnan Excursion
Departures To-Day.
Bald Eagle Peoria
Stacker Lee Memphis
;ltv of Provldcr.ee Jefferson Barracks
D Artagnan Excursion
River Rlalto Brevities.
Both the City of Providence and the d' Artag
nan had good crowds on their two daily ex
cursions. The freight business along the levee was
very quiet yeterday, most all of tlie boats that
carry freight being delaed by tho fog.
M. II. Atworth of Daluth arrived In St.
Louis vesterdiy on his yacht the Sea Foam,
which Is considered by many around the levee
to be the flnst that has ever been anchored
here. sir. Atwoilh anchored directly under
Lads bridge, and whilo In the city will stop
at one of the hotels.
By Tele-rraph.
REPUBLIC SPECIALS.
Vioksbcrg. Miss.. Nov, a The gauge reads
u.6 feet, on a stand. Tho Imperial passed to
the upper bends. The Cordlll is due. Weather
clear. This morning at 11 o'clock tho tug
boat Joe beay, valued at 5J3.00O and owned by
the Monongahela Coal Company, was swamped
In the river nine miles above here, off Young's
Point, while towing a coal barge alongside or
the steamer Imperial, and sank in SO feet of
, . Tr ' "lu uc a l0ai iosa. and Engineer
Walter Bobb. who was in tlie engine-room, wan
drowned. Captain Dan Quln made a narrow
escape by swimming out.
Memphis. Tenn., Nov. 22L The river here
stands 3.9 feet on the gauge, a fall of .2 foot
in the last 24 hours The Sun departed at 4
p. m. for Fulton. The Alda departed at 4120
p. m. for Fulton. The City of Winona and
barge Acm. loaded with produce from ths
Upper Mississippi River, arrived this evening
and leaves In the morning for New Orleans.
The Rees Lee is due down, and leaves for St.
Ixiuls as socn as unloaded. The Delta leaves
to-morrow evening for Vlcksburr.
Wheeling W. Va. Nov-. 2.-River 1 foot 9
Inches: stationary. Cloudy ; warm. No boat.
Cairo. 111.. Nov. 22.-Gauge reads 7.3 feet.
showing a. fall of .2 during the last 24 hours.
Weather partly cloudy and warm. The Frltx
arrived from tlie Lower Mississippi at 2 v.
m. with logs. The Government snagboat H.
; Tv,Wi.,rri)?d from st- txul" at 3 p. m.
The Wright will clear up the wreck of the
steamer Morgan, which lays in the channel near
tli point.
Chester. III.. Nov. 22-Gauge reads C3 feet
and falling. Partly cloudy and mild. Cape
Girardeau, down at : . m., was detained by
fog and got away for Commerce this afternoon.
Chester arrived donn at 1) a. m. and departed
foi-Comnierce at noon. United States steamer
C.fi' "1d ''. "P Jl 2 P- m. Stacker Lee is
still due from Memphis.
Cape Girardeau. Mo.. Now 22. Stacker Lee
up at 4 p. m. Cape Girardeau down at 3 p. m.
and departed for Commerce at 3:30 p. m. Ches
ter down at 3 p. m. and departed for Commerce
at 7 p. m. All rackets badly delayed by heavy
fog. River falling. Weather clear and warm.
Paducah. Kv Nov. 22. River shows 6 feet:
stationary. Royal to Smith Landing. Lula
Warren due.
Grand Tower. 111.. Nov. 22. Beaver up at
10:30 a. m. Cape Girardeau down at 120 p. m.
Chester down at 4 p. m. The gauge yaas 9.3
feet and falling. Weather clear.
Burlington. la.. Nov. 22. River S feet 9 lnchs
above low-water mark: steadily falling. Weath
er clear and warm. Tlie Nautilus In and out.
Warsaw. III.. Nor. 22. Gauge reads 6. feet,
a fall ot .3 In the last 24 hours. Weather clear
anu cooi. oiuney pun'ieu up on me way to win
ter quarters.
Cincinnati. Nov. 21. River 3.8, stationary. One
departure. Clear, pleasant.
Louisville. Ky., Nor. 22. Rive- stationary.
In canal 2.4 feet, on falls .2 foot, below locks
3.1 feet. Clear, pleasant.
Pittsburg. Nov. S. River 1.1 feet, stationary
at Davis Island dam. Clear, cool.
Evansvllle. Ind.. Nov. 22. River stationary;
1.3. Clear; warm.
STEAMBOATS.
- - - - -- - - -,-,- -,'ir.rii.-i,--ri.nii-in.io w
I'PPER MISSISSIPPI.
"'''' ''--.----- -i 'ira-.-wTgnij
, sin. IIKLLb' OF CALHOt
Will leave wharfboat. foot of Market street.
Wednesday. and Saturday, at 4 p. m.. for West
Point, Hamburg, Mozlet's and all way land
ings. T. G. BLOCK. Agent.
fhone: .Klnloch. C223. Eeot-
LOfl'ER 3IISSISSH-PI.
Viai'i''- - ---- ii-ii-ii,-tri4rrvvTt)t?tiaj
EAGLE PACKET COMPANY
For Cape Girardeau and Commerce.
Steamsr Cape Girardeau, every Monday and
Friday, Sip. m.
ILLINOIS RIVER
"J?1-; and lntrmedlau Points-Steamer
m,u uaais ,.,. iiniiiw.,, oe-noer3. at
4 p. m., from dock, foot of Vine t. Phones
Main 233; Klnloch 1204C. rnones
H. W. LETHB. Agent.
CHESTER LINE
Steamer Chester
Will leave wharibcat foot of Pine st every
Monday and Thursday at 6 p. rn, for-Ste. Geri
evtive. Chester, Grand Tower, ripe Girardeau.
Thebes. Commerce and all way landings, giving
excellent . freight and passenger service, rfl
phone. Bell, Maln 46A: Klnloch. A 112.
JNO. E. MA33ENOALE. Agent.
LEE LINE STEAMERS
TO MEMPHIS saw
Meals and. berth Included. Cheap freight, and
passenger ra'es to Chester. Grand Tower Cane
Girardeau, Cairo. Memphis. Helena. he
Springs and V'rttsburg. ao'
STACKER LEE. Thursday. Normal, u
REES LEE, 8aturtlay..Nov. 285 p. m. "
From wharfboat, foot of Olive St.:
Phones Main 1CQSA. Klnloch A73X.
Wm.E.Albltz. Com. Art. D.M.Connors, Gen. Act.
ST. tons HAILROAD TI3IE-TABLI5.
Airirala and Departure oC Train at
Union Station.
tjojij- "latcrnt Saturday ar.1
IK SSSSar. tlrSr and Sunday
iSSnHuSalr. t.S'eVpt Monday.
1IIG FOUR ROUTE.
.LAKE SHORE. NEW YORK CEXTTSAr. AND
BOSTON AND -ALBANRYS.
-23siri
IwiaSrpoiii-LocaJPfVss - t7:0lam J4:5Jpjh
N. Y Boston and ClrKlnnatl. -S-lf am Jg w
an. and Old Pt. Comfort Uc'll.OO am 3 pm,
NefeVkstS...- noon KM pr,
ckM ifc-.l-oo- -0:25 Pm
Mattoon and Alton Ji:-5,ES .
Mattoon and Alton. i,5vrm "SO an
N. Y. and Boston .E?.-...--..--1-':-0'f "
Alton tralni'iVrlvc 1S:0O a. a.. !9:U
i:43 d. m.
. m 1:43 P. m.
BLRLIXGTOX ROUTE.
Hennlbal and Burlington..
ii.i) in ll.imllnl ....
2:33 am tS:J)trn
1:11 am s r"
Qulnov and BurlLigton;....... Xj"1
ht. Joseph. Nebraska. Sattle "StM am
St. Paul via East Side Line.. "S am
403i irn
7:19 am
43Spm
6:21 pm
WUIM eiU'. "an--" ISl mm 'fit Til
Kansas City. rS:.pmr JrJES
b. i..i nnd Minneapolis '2:lj pm -.!' pni
Kansas City ........
Kansas Cltv and LI Paso...
St. Joe. Denver. Pac coast
Burlington. St. Paul. Minn..
For Illinois, via East bide.
St. Joseph. Omaha. Denver.
Ixval from Hannibal
9:1) crn 0-sOari
11-03 pm 7:44a-.i
. 2:1S pm ,0-5i pnv
. -7:-ira '6:52 31
. '8:10 pm RMS am.
. 9:01 pm 7:19 am
tuatf an
B. A O. S.-W
R. R.
Roval Bine Limited..
World's Fair I-lyer...
Metropolitan Express,
.... S32am
....ll:3Sam
c.-0Opn
8:3npr-i
S?7 nn ....
Mound City txpress
Exposition Special
Fat Mall
Cincinnati Accommodation...
VIncennes Accommodation..
Vincennes Accommoilatlcn..
T-Uanv
!11) pm 7:M am
. '2:03 am '12:50 pra
. ts:10am t652pri i
. H:15am J9-30PM
. C62I om ........ -
Vlncnnes Acccmmouaiuin
-r5.vpm "in:! anx
Flora. Accommodation t!0?pm lS2ian
CHICAGO AND ALTO.V.
The Alton Limited, Chic-igo-'W-M am 5-2 pm
Prairie Stto Ex., Chlcaso'K-Olpm lT
Palace Express. Chicago "0M pm 2'ii .
Midnight Special. Chicago...ll:40 pm S:10am
Midnight Soeclal forPeorla.. 511:40 pm ----Mo.
State Express. West..... 9-C-Jara j?t)"
MlBday Special. Kan. City... '2.-01 pm .;.: pm
Kansas City Night Express.. 9:10pm JaSara
Kan. City Midnight LImIteU.ll:02 pm 7.JU am
Sprlngfleld fcpeclal 9: am '80 pm
PeorU Special 12-Manl II?-PS
Roodhou-e and Mexico- -SOam TS:liPn
Bloom.'ngton. via Jacksonville 7:30 am .J:I rn
nioomlngton.vla Jacksonville :- pm 11-:4') pm
Spring'd. Peoria. Bioom'n.... t2pm tlO pm
Jacksonville Accommodation. 8:33 pm lO.nsan
Mexico and Roodhouse. WaOam
Spring'd Capital City Flyer. 7:13 pm T9:2iar.
Ro-lhous Midnight Accom..tll:17pm -ts)am.
Peoria Midnight Express "11:17 pm 21. :1. am
CHICAGO. PEOniA AD ST. HICI III -
Alton and Peoria Expr-ss.... '8:14 am JJA.'-t-i
Alton and Peoria Mall 11:15 tun 523 pm
Chautauqua and Spring. Ex.. 72 pm 9:30 am
Trains arrlvlne at 99) a. m. via. vtorlds
Fair station. Trains departing at 73 p. m.
via World's Fair Station.
FRISCO SYSTEM.
Memphis Paenger
T"cas and Ivanas Mall
Chicago Day Express .,
Meteor
Cape Girardeau Local...
Texas Limited
Kansas Limited
Chicago Night Express..
Western Express
7:10 am S'.lTpm,
. 9:00 am : pn
, -930 am '6:45 rnv
. 230 pm "MS am
, '1-00 pm 11-00 am
, "S-Si pm 721 an
, 921 pm -7-21 am
9:4! pm ..Jam
Urm -Kam
Valley Park Accommodation departs 650 a.
m., 710:20 a. m.. tl:32 p. m., t3:50 p-m., tS-53
p. m 10:J4 p. m.. 17-20 p. ra.. t6:0S p- m.. 11:1J
p. m. Arrives K:K a. ra., t7l a. m.. i":53 a.
m.. 110:10 a- m.. 11220 d. m.. 13:40 p. ra.. 1S:5
p. m.. t7:49 p. m.. '11:13 p. m.
Pacific Accommodation departs 823 a. m .
112:53 p rn., 7324 p. m. Arrives t&14 a. m .
JC-23 a. m.. 11:21 p. m.. J7lp. ex.
ILLINOIS CESTllAL.
Northern Tlltnols Express 70Som
Clilcago Fair Special S:40am
Chicago Dayllaht Special '11:45 am
9:10 pm
3:20 p-r
04pm
S.COam
7:43 am
uuDuque and bpnngneia.r.... ';:i4 pm
Chicago Diamcnd Special 9:10pm
unica co -uiumgnt special..
.-1134 nm -?f5nm
Fast Hall. South 8:24 am S:23pm
.-iew jr:eins special -i:ijm -,:40 pm
Accommodation. South 430 pm ll24nm
Dixie river. South ':40pm IMiam
Accommodation. Carbondaie.. 720 am 'S23 pn
New Orleans Limited 11:13 nm "7rl? am
Carbondale. Duqucln "921 am
1RO.V MOC?tTAIX ROUTE.
St. L. Ft. W. & San A. Ex.. 221 pm 1:30 pm
Texas and California Exp.... :30 am ?:30pm
Texas and Mexico Express... S:4D pm 73i) pr
Little Kocfc-Hct Springs Exp '9-20 pm 7:35 am
Texas and Msxlco Express.... '8:40 pm 730 rrn
rexas tixpress -s:i'i pm
Fast Mall '2.-C3am
Ml am
7-30 pm
100 pm
734 am
7:13 pm
Local Exp Texark. to SL Lv
Memphis Cxnress
... n:r) nm
Belmont Passenger ..
S:C am
Cotton Belt Express.,
, Cotton Belt Express..
TrlaKaa V- ris-.a-rfii
. -anapm
:ian
. "5-fOp-n 11:."1 am.
. 1:16 am 'a.33 pm
Fourth Street and Chouteau Avenue
Stntlon.
De Soto Accommodation - '530 pm. S:43am
L., II. .t ST. L. R.Y. (Henderson Route I
Fast ilatl O:..-v.."-S:30an-r-'7:lS'prT
Trastero Expres '8:43 pm 6:43 an
World's Talr Special 9:01 am '6:10 pm
LOUISVILLE -VXD XASHYILLE.
Fast Mall "s-3)am 7:1S pi-i
World's Fair Soeclal 901 am '5:10 pm.
Florida Limited 1:13pm 'l-JSp-n
McLeansboro Accom 4:4Spm !ani
Exposition Special :4rm '0:45 am
Southern Express -950 pm 720an
SIISSOURI PACIFIC R-ULTVAV.
Fast Mall 'S-noam IO-03mi
Local Express 7:25 am '5-50 pm
California Express tf0am '" r.n
Washington Accommodation.. 1335 pm tS:fOa-T
Omaha Limited .... 4:10pm K:3)a.m
Kansas ond Colo. Express. ..10:10 pm 7:10-tn
Kansas City Express 205 pm 4-orpnv
Jnplin and So. Kaa. Express 7:32pm s-ooa'n.
Kas. and Nebraska Express. .1159 Dm 7:2 ) am
Crave Coeur Lake trains leave Union Station
C:13 a. m.. 9:15 a. m.. 11:30 p. m.. 71-31 p. m.
Oak Hill trains leave Union Station f0:43 a.
m . t!0:10 a. m.. 13:00 d. m.. t6:20 p. m.
Klrkwood trains leave Union Station 7:0" n.
m., 7:23 a. ra.. 1:40 n. m.. 17:30 ru m.. 53:40 a
m.. 111:29 a. m...il:CO n. m.. 14:11 p. m.. 16:1')
p. m.. 623 p. m.. 11130 p. m.
.1IOI1ILE .VXD OHIO.
New Orleans Limited -20om S:4Ipm
Mobile. New Orleans 3:Ci0am 7-52 am
Olrn and MlelsIpr! Exi.. -l!34 pm ':32 pn
Murphysboro Accommodation. 1103 pn '0;42 am
31.. K. & T. RY. "THE KATT."
C-IumMn, Selalia and S. W.. :1 am 3:30 pm
The Katy Flyer '-32pm 7:27am
Missouri. Kansas and S. W..ll:43 rm '6-30 am
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
Kansas Cltv Paenger --oiam -9:07prot
Kan. City & San Fran. Exp. 72! pm 7:V) e.m
Union Paenger "33pm 9:03am
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
St. Lonix-LonUvIHc Lines.
St. Louis Exd. Limited 11:00 am -4Mpn
Princeton, Altcn. etc
7-32 am 020 pm
Knnceron Acc-irmo,ition
louisvllle and Florida ...
-.r.4 pm tior.v pm
10:10 rm "7:32 a-n
ST. LOUIS AXD ILVSXIBAL RAnVWAY.
(Via Wabash.
Mall and Express 17:01 am ;11:H a-n
Mall and Express 1330 p-n 16:3) pr
ST. LOUIS SOL-TmVnSTERTr.
(Cotton Belt Route.)
Th- Texas Train 5:00 pm lliSOam
Arkansas and Texas Express 9:13 pm 7:12 pm
ST. LOUIS 3IERCHANTS' RRIDGB
TERMIXAL RAIIAVAA" SUBURIIA.T
TRAIX SERVICE.
Eastboundr Leave Union Station Except Sun
day. 4-0). 6:03. 6:10 a. m.: Sunday only. 53) a. m.
Leave Hg'ith and Gratiot streets Dallv J1"
a. m.. 12-08. 6:15. 0-30, 11:20 p. m.: except Sun
day. 4:04. :1.. 737 a. m.. 300, S:03 p. m.; Sun
day only. 324, 7-03 a. m.
Above trains leave Washington avenue four
iuiuuiro lain.
m.; Sunday only, 6-00, 8:00. 10: a. m.
Above trains leave Madison four minutes
later.
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS ASD IVESTERN.
(ClOT-cr Lent Route.
The Commercial Traveler.... -S:3S pm 7-36 am
Eastern Express
7:0) am l:44pn
15:49 pm 110:32 am
5730 pm !32iJam
Charleston Accommodation...
Charleston Accommodation..,
VASDALIA LIAB.
Pennsylvania Linen West of Pitts
burs; Pennsylvania Railroad.
The Fast Mall 2:30am -2:13 am
The Local Express 724am 'IMOpm
Jha Keystone Exprers "3:44 am 7:l)rm
Sf Xe!T 7.?'. fJmit'4 '1230 pm "ISA pro,
Ohio and Virginia Exnre-"..,12:45 pm 151 fm
Logansport Jfe Ft. Wayne Ex. 'S pm '7:01 art
?-ew T?Tk E-P",Ms....:.'lI33 pm "3:40 rm
Efftncham Accommodation... 3-50 pm i-i)8i
The Plttshurc Special a-is pm --7:22 am
WABASH.
Continental Limited 3:00 am ISpm
Pitts.. Bulfakv Montreal Ex..12?0 pm '8:01 am
Toledo and Pittsburg Exp... 32.pm T33am
flll-ibunr. N. Y.. noston Ex. 903 pm -7:33 am
Midnight Limited Fast 11:32 pm l:43pn
Toledo Local Express 6:15am --3.-23 pm
Cincinnati and Indianapolis.. 3.oo am '7:15 pm
Cincinnati and Indianapolis.. -l3i)pm 3:04 am
Jacksonville Loc-il Exprsss... ts:43am 17:13 pm
r7i a ci v-nicago... -":-iiii pm -j'oa pnn
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Banner Express Chicago".".".
y:22 am
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.11:32 pm
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. 2:2o om
7 -si am
x-0lam
6:14 pm
130 am
&30 am
Midnight Limited Chicago
Kansas City Express....
Kansas Lily J-ast Mall.,
Kansas cltv rjmitMi
..'10:13 pm
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Omaha-Council BIufTs Exp... r).0t am ISt pm
Minneapolis and St. Paul Ex. '2:10 pm im fm
ii:w pm
tlani
Ottumwa-Des Moines Exp... "-Jl am s:i4 S.,1
Minneapolis and St. Paul Ex- "9:00 pm 7-ooim
West-Moberly ana K. C... 7-ot am siospm
Moberly Local 5rapm H-wSai
East-Decatur Local S00pm 357 JH
Suburban Trains.
Depart From Union Station: Ferguson 1S--3
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Olive Street Station: St, Charles, li-noa; m -15:40
p. m.r Bridgeton. 14:15 p. m.. tci? rt S '"
Ferguson, nso a. m ,'120 p. m. ill? 5" -
u:4a D. m.
Arrive av union station:
Ferguson.
10-3O a. m - MrJ.!'-V"'. "t- rergu-ua.
430 n.
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