THE BEPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAY 18, 1002
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The Wabash Line Will Inaugurate Through Sleeping
Car Service Between
St. Louis and Denver, Col.
Leave St Louis 9:00 A. M. Daily
Arrive Denver 1 1:00 A. M. Next Day
Arrive Colorado Springs. . . 10:35 A. M. Next Day
Arrive Pueblo 1 1:50 A. M. Next Day
Ticket Office Eighth and Olive.
THE DOORS of the MUSIC WORLD
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RECORD OF BIRTHS.
Da-ilel C. and Corinne Mcrrls 10A Tge: boy
William and Johanna Hartigan. 2501 North
aRteS?iband Margaretha. Fischer. St. Louis:
SJo'hn E. ana Jennlve Weiby. 704 O'Fallon; glrL
Henry and Amema Ammon. S301 6outh Broad-
WK"w.rand Hannah Harneker. 43S3 Reck: boy.
Herman and Carolina Kramer, IS32 Magnolias
John and Sabinl Ruchnfr. 4K rase: eJtI.
William C and Mary A Hush. SOW Magazine;
Nathanlel and Annie Pake. IMS Morgan: boy.
.. .. 1114 Carr
........ .....1SH9 Cooper
....... ....81 Water
. 13 Sidney
. 3415 South Second
.......... . .3730 Salena
...... 3317 Kosciusko
. Chicago. Ill
........ Kansas City, Mo
.... .St. Joseph. Mo
a R ,J3 Merlll. .......-
May L. ioya. .-...-Louis
A. F. A. Nolle ,
Margaret M. Koehler..
Frarvk Snyder .....
William B Tuteur........
ICatlileen Parker.. ......
B. Roehn ......., ..
Kdna Inks ...........
David Kay .
Addle Sydnor ...
1804 North Ninth
E. C. Rian ,
Elltabeth IL, Maywood..
S. Palmer .
W. H. T. Mpel..
I3l-e M. Hughe
...... w.... Venice, ni
...... .Venice. Ill
J W O'Fallon
Hfll Toner (lre
."2410 South Tenth
IVeddinsr Rinsr (Solid Gold).
Finest qualities, S.1 to 330. Mennod & Jac
card, Broadway and Locust.
. BURIAL PERMITS.
TUVyJ"i-"Ln.'ifp- - - - ---'ririinr n.r
J M. HorrinRton. C9 year. 508 North Eich
tnUi; heart dteea.
Lawrence "White, ZX years. City Hospital; nitral
Carl Simon. S2 years. Aleilan Brothers' Hos
pital; obstruction of bowels.
Louis F. Killer, H J ears, 223S Oo pl.n; phthisis
Edward Gainew, M years, 1U2 Korth Seventli;
Hat tie James. 34 years. 2M0 Paptn; central em
Michael McCul lough, 3 jcars, &03H Caroline;
c -heart dlBease.
ft .Manraret Horn, about 59 years, 211 Kim; liver
'Alice Cuddy. 22 years. 1003 South Sixth; ne
phritis William Austin. years. 912 North High; con
sumption. Jerome F. Hablwd. 2 months. S7W Marine: ma
-4T wOouKald McDoucald Hr&rnv. C3 3 ears, JC03 He
Lnuls WleFemenn, 81 yean, l&rt T-nch; heart
Helen M. McCoy. 63 years 42S3 Caston; cancer.
Samuel Tudor, 44 3eart, 319 .orth Talor, pneu
monia. J. LorQEEa, S months, 1137 Fntter; Inanition
Ollrer Laubrecht. 7 jears, 2617 North Twelfth;
Clarence Smith, 2 month''. 2523 Lawton; mft
rawnu. r Acnes Lewlav 1 months. 1507 BIddle; menlnsltl.
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t COLUMBIA PACKET COJirAJfT.
Eha only rerular Bte. QenetltTa. EL Marys ana
J" STEAMER COLUMBIA.
kfta Tenr Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
A ! nv. from Dlamoad Jo wharfboaL
X. HUNTER BEN JENKINS. G.n.ial Areat.
on. Mala I447A.
toils-Chester -Cape Girardeau Line.
STR. CITY OF SHEFFIELD.
Will leave irbarfDoat, foot or Plae street, Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 4 p. m. rot
Grand Toer and all landings.
Will leave Tuesdas, Thursdajs and Saturdays at
4 a ra. for Cape Girardeau and all principal
landings. Qnlek time, best accommodatloas.
Phones. Main 44A and A 111.
JOHN K. MAS3INOALE. Agent.
ST. LOUIS & TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET CO
, ifm, t. For Chester Wittenbeig, Grand Tov.
.sfilT 'r. Cape Ulrardeau, Cairo. Paducan
JjUPPCM and all points on utile, Cwaberlwid
and Tennessee risers
" STEAMER C1TT OF CLIFTON
Will leae wharfboat, foot of Ploe St.. Monday,
May 19. at S p. m.
NO. E. MASSENGALE. Agent.
fbone Main 46A and Klnloch A112.
EIGLE PACKET COMPANY
The Only Side-Wheel Steamer (or
CAPE GIRARDEAU, COMMERCE
And an way landings, steamer Cape Girardeau
leaves wharfbeat foot of Vise st. ilondajs and
Fridays. 5 p. m.
Etr. "Bald Eagle for Peoria and all way landlnrs.
wecnesaays ana Saturdays. p.
Phone Main 233. H. W.
., , STR. GRAPnVI.NE
Leaves root of Carr street Tuesday. Mav 20. at 4
i. to., rcr ew uaven. wasnincton. nermann,
leSeraonACIty, WolfTs Point and all way land-
r . - xa viainti jaAULfuruLULi.xenu
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"FOLLOW THE FLAG.
You can produce
the works of the
old and modern
masters with an in
terpretation of your
Practice Is un
necessary in piano
playing now if you
will oalv use a
DIAMOND JO LIKE STEAMERS.
For Poppleton, Hamburg, M tutor a,
Clarkslfl, Louisiana, Ua.na.bal.
Oulncv. Kfcokult. Na.uoj. Ftjt Ala.il-
son and Burlington,
Leaes TuerJay. May . . p m.
FOR ST. PAUL
And Intermediate Points.
Leaves Saturday May 24. at 4 p. m., from
wharfboat. loot of Washington avenue.
I. P. LOSK, Gen. Act.
Phone Main 2147A.
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
To Memphis, S 7.0O Ronnd Trip, f 12.00
Including Meals and Berth.
For Chester. Grand Tower, Cape Girardeau.
Cairo. Memphis and all -nay landings, taklig
freight for all nay landings through to New
Orleans and landings on Arkansas Itlver to Pine
REr;S LEE, Tuesday. May 20. 5 p. m.
PtTERS LEE. Friday. May 23. 5 p. m.
From wharf boat, foot of time t.
Phones: Main 1005; Kinlorn A VIS
W. E. Albltz. Com. Agt.; D. M. Connors. Gen.
Direct Linn to
LOUIS V XIjIijQ
THREE DAILY TRAINS.
Oth nnd Ollse and Union Station.
FRUIT GROWERS ORGAM7.E.
Attorney I. D. Skedeker Is -Chosra
The Jereeyville Fruit Growers Association
was organlzctl yesterdax In the oltice ot At
torney I. D Snadeker at Jerseyvllla ivlth
XIajor W. E. C.irlln. president; Doctor A.
K. van Home, lce president: I. D. Snede
ker, secretary; 9. H. Bowman, treasurer;
J. V. Becker, corresponding secretary. A
Boord of Directors waB also selected of
utticli Judge O. II. Hamilton was mado
chairman. The other members of the hoard
are Colonel W. H. Fulkerson, the Reverend
Doctor C. Ndfh, A. b Pitt, Lv V. Squiei.
Oeorge W". Ware. John Cannady, It. I'.
Shackleford, C. M. Simmons. William U
Scotl, George W. Slaten and 3. L. JIassey.
Tho association expects to promote fruit
Srowlng: in Jersey County, and to bring: thu
sroners in closer touch with tho buyers.
Tlie association at present represents about
1.000 acres of commercial orchards, mostly
ipples, and by means of the organization
they expect the acreage In the county to ba
doubled within a sear.
'A becond meeting of the growers was
called to meet in the Courthouse on Sat
urday, May VA.
Master in chancers J. M. Page of Jeey
Ctninty esterday told the bloetkel propert lu
Jenwy!lle. situated at the northeast curner of
8tat and Arrh streets, at master's sale lo
Jacobs and RobU of JerseyMlle for 13,100. The
price realized was $15 a front foot
The death of Jerome Miller occurred on Trl
da evening at hl home, nonheast of Jersey
llle. after a llncering Illness with liver trouble
lie was 1 jeurs old. and leaves a widow and
four children. The funeral will take place tl 1
morning fitjm the home, and the Reverend
Meohen Catt of Jersejvllle will officiate. The
burial will be in Oak Grove Cemeterv.
William Wallace. James and Abe Waddle,
all of Jersevvllle. were fined J3 and costs yester
day by Justice J. C. Ro-j of Jereyvllle on the
charge of disturbing the peace.
County Superintendent of hchools J. W. Rob
erts of Jerseyvllle jesterday announced that the
annual vacation teachers Institute for the
teachers of Jersey Countv would be held In Jer
sevvllle from June 16 to W. The Institute will
be in charge of l'rofeeeor J. l'lka. superintendent
of the Jerseyvllle schools. Professor Pike will
be assisted h Mis' l,el!ah Putrldge of Philadel
phia, Pa. who will have charge of the primary
and Intermediate work, and the Reverend Doctor
Jay A. Ford, pastor of the First Uaptlst Church
at Jersejvllle. who will have charge of the work
The Jereeyville Lodge. No. 394. Ancient Free
and Accepted Masons, will hold their regular
monthly meeting Monday evening. May 19, In
their hall In houth Main street, which has re
cently undergone extensive repairs. Including- a
ledecoratlon. The Master Mason's degree will
alo likely be conferred at the meeting.
Several of the leading Elks of Jersey. Me. in
eluding Mnvor George D Locke. Attorney 1. D.
bnedeker and Charles rockrell. went to Alton
lavt evening to attend the smoker given by the
Alton Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Ulks.
George W. Wara of Jerse) villa has Just fin
ished planting Mxty acre of apple orchards oa
his farm east of Jereeyville.
Professor and Mrs E. B. Sharer of the Jer
seyvlllo High School tendered a reception last
evening to the members of the senior class.
County Clerk J. C McGrath of Jereeyville
jeatcrday lsued a marriage license to Henry J.
Patec. age 2S jears. and Mrs. Rosa Albert, age
41. both of Grafton. They were later married
by Judge A. M. Slaten.
Red Men in Parade.
Members of th Order of Red Men from
SL Louis, East St. Louis. Alton, Edwards
vllle and other places, visited Belleville last
night and enjoyed a pow-wow. The mem
bers of the order of Red Men had their
war paint and feathers on during the
Sarade. Art banquet -was given the visitors
y the members of the Belleville Lodge.
KILLED RY A FREIGHT TRI.t.
Mi-lvln Burlow Found In Semlcon-
Mehln Barlow of Cook County was run
over and killed in the Wabash freight
jards on the Eat Side early yesterday
morning. His bdd is at Kurrus's morgue.
Barlow was found In a hemlconsciou')
condition b trjinmen He had been run .
over by a ireight train, but how the aeci- '
uent occurreu ne couw not ten. lie man
aged to aive his name, and his address as
t'cok County, when he expired. I
EST ST. LOl IS.
The marriage of .Mies Itose Ilenner to
Doctor K. G S-chmltt was one of the prm
clptl .society event-, of tin. v.eek. The wd
ding took place .it St Hem) 'a Church.
The bride's MMer. .MNs Agnes .icttd .is
brldismald, and Alphune I.udwig of Belle
ville was bet mjn After the ceremonj a
wedding breakfast was served at the 1 oine
of the unde's parent!-. .Ml and Mrs. John
BenniT. of North Eighth stuet Doctot and
Mif ?chmltt will lie at home to their
friends at Xo. lTw. liuugli aM-nuo after
Mis. C. G. Derleth will eulertaln the
members of the Mat!ous-Club at her home
trn IVnnsjlvania avenue Tiiutsdaj.
.Mib Paul V Abt entertained fi lends
Thiirida evening nt a euchre. The prizes
were won bv -Mrs. K bnvder and E llenrj.
At 11 o'clock luncheon was seived. The
guests wtie .Mls'-e-, l.ida Mcl.rf.ui Adele
1'ovMiian. Mildred J-'alrbrother, Blamhu
Melntz. Carrie George. Marie Snvder, Ro"-e
Schroeder. Me-sr. E Henr. Al Mejers, K.
Abt, II Paro. S Hit'l. .1 Fowler and Paul
Abt. Messrs and Mines. It It Thomas, I.
X Abt. II E. .McLean and ri. Sn.vder.
Mrs. Man. Burns of Dinver.-ide enter
tained friends Wednesday afternoon In
honor of her birthday nimlversar; Tho
present were: Mines. L. Whitson. I" Humes,
J Crawford. H Sttele. Misses Nellie.
Burns. Maude Snider. Graie Young and Jes
Miss Jessie O'Leary has returned from a
visit in Alton.
Miss Eugenia Barnard entertained the M.
B. Club Thursdav afunioon
Miss rioy Penny of Alta Sita Is visiting
Mrs. J. J. Brown and daughter. Miss Lu
cile. of Vandalla, are guests uf Mis. J. B.
Mrs- Charleton has returueil to her home
In Pana, after a visit -with Mrs. C. L.
Mrs. Herman Threne entertained friends
at luncheon Thursday.
Mrs. Oscar Luederach of Long Pine, Neb ,
is the guest of her parents, 1'rotessor and
Mrs. Charles Carmady of Brighton place.
Miss Kathenno Sullivan of Gaty avenuo
was the guest of friends in Belleville lapt
Mrs. Paul W. Abt, Mr. Robert H. Thomas
and Miss Marie Snjder of Belleville save
a reception Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5
at the home of Mrs. Abt. No. 453 North
Ninth street. The house was elaborately
decorated with cut flowers and potted
plants. The receiving i-arty stood in tho
front drawing-room, in n semicircle bower
of large palms. Strands of white satin rib
bon, entwined with white roses and smilax,
reached from the chandeliers to the corners
of the room. In the rear parlor the decora
tions" were of pink roses, and the chandeliers
shaded in pink. In the library lavender and
green were the colors American beautle
and hawthorne were used in the reception
hall. Mrs. A. M. Melnts, Mrs. V. Snjder and
Mrs. W. II Hill assWted in reo-ivlng. Misses
Blanche Melnts and Nellie Thomas pre
sided over the punch bowl, while Misses
Mildred Fab-brother and Adele Bowman
served frnppe. Among thoe called were:
Mmef. J. Scherrer. H. Trendlev, A. 1.
Little, H. C. Fairbrother, B. H. Canby, fa.
Ellsworth. L. S. Allen, G. W. McCorristoti.
A. M. Melnts, M. C. Lovingston. F. B. Bow
man, A. L. Keechler, M. M. Stephens, S. D.
Sexton, R. L. Rinaman, C. G. Derleth, II.
L. Smith. E. C. Rhoades. E R. Stapleton.
J. P Held. A. W. Isenmeyer, J. S. Bratton,
C E. White. W. Horn, A. Anderson, J. V .
Pope. J. E. Whltebread, T. M. Carter. J. P.
Slade. H. Berketneer, R. W. Slkking. A.
E Melnts, R. C. Fairbrother. H. B. Mc
Lean. E. T. Jones. H. Dean, K Ijjvingston,
C. C Melnts. J. Moodv, A. Beckwith, J. K.
Ewlng, J. M. Freels. J. Meehan. T. Turpln.
C T Jones, 1. H. Murphy. 1'. Brlgham,
E A. Thomas G. Lehman. J. McLan. H.
D Saxton. H. De Haan, W. II. Hill. Ella.
Smythe. Phil Wolf. R. B..Tarleton. Thomas
U Fekete. V. B. Stlckney. J. A. Campbell.
J. B. .Messick. G A. Peck, J. Thomas T.
WiegrelTe, J. L. Wiggins. C. F. ilhelmj.
It. C. Hardy, J. Hutchinson. W. S. Formaii,
F. P. Sea vers. II. L. Browning. C. L. Gray,
M D Baker. H. B. Blntllffe, P. nndeven
ter. L. Mvers. J Lsnch, G. Elliott, C.
Buettner, j. Hutcliinsun.
ti. ... Trnii,..!.. r.imwn Mllrirp,! Tlllr-
brother, Roe Schroeder. Theresa Memes
Adele Bowman, .viamie rorman. wiul.
McCabe. Katherlne Dais. Heine Jones.
Carrie George" Blanche Melnts. May Mee
han. Minnie Niemes, Clara Meljits. Lida
McLean. Marj' Forman. Luc Horn, .Nel
lie Jeffries, Flo Tunnell. ..,,.
From St. Louis Mesdames J. I. Becker.
H. Hempleman. I Hemplemun, . Biauk
maiin, W. H. Klrchncr.
Misses Rose Helmprlclis. Bertha Hier
min, Augusta Hansman, Alphla Harvey,
Grace Heron, May Greene. Marie Hans-
man Stella Braukman. Helen Kircnner,
Mabel Plochmann. Ruth Heron. Irma Rom-
Nora Fraser of Liudenwood. Mo.
From Belleville: Misses-Camilla Fucs.
Emina. Romelser. Hazel Merker. Petranella
Romelscr. Leah Johnson. Augu-sta Bailow,
Zilphia Turner, Adele Stcokey. Clara Pill.
Irene Zent, Freda Stephana, Alice Miller.
Miss Addle Booth has returned from Co
Mrs. E. Parker of Missouri av enue has re
turned from St. Charles'. Mo.
Mrs. Curt Wells of Baugh avenue Is visit
ing in Pike County. Missouri.
Mr. und Mrs. M. M. Walsh of South
Fourth street have returned from an ex
tended Southern trip.
John L. Cliaxe to Speak.
Members of the Amalgamated Associa
tion of Iron and Steel Workers of the East
Side have arranged for a mass meeting
which will be held in the auditorium of tho
East St. I.ouls City Hall this afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The meeting will be ad
dressed by John L. Chase, who will speak
on questfuns of importance to the iron und
East St. Loula Items.
Officer DeWltt esterday arrested Thomas
Blxby, wanted In Okawvllle on a charge ct wife
abandonment. Ha waa returned there last even
ing by the sherirf.
Orvllle Woolrldge. charged with abandoning
his wire. Nettle, was arrested by Constable I-auli
of Belleville jesterdav Justice Wangelln re
leased the man on bond, to appear for trial Tues
William Burgess was struck en the head by
a swinging door In a refrigerator car In the Illi
nois Central Railroad varus veterday morning.
Hu was taken to St. Mary's Hospital
Alton Realty Transfers.
The following transfers in Alton realty
have been recorded at Edwardsville: E. C.
Mack and wife to Charles Elesht. warranty
ded. lot 6. block 8. Riverview addition. Al
ton. $100: W. C. Mack and wife to W. C.
Belser. warrantv deed, lots 1 and 2, blocs:
7. Riverview addition. Alton. S200; E. C.
Mack and wife to Henry Belser, warranty
deed, lot 11. block 8, Riverview- addition.
Jl; Charles A. Van Preter and wife to
Henry Beiser, warranty deed, lot S. block
14. Fountain Square. Alton, JC00; William
H. Cnrhnrt and wife to Emma Cahart.
quitclaim deed, lot 17. block. 94 Godfrey and
Gilman's addition. Alton. $1: George W. Ca
hart and wife to Emma Cahart. warranty
deed, lot 17. block !H. Godfrey and Gilman's
addition, Alton, JJOO; Fred Penning and
wife to Benjamin G. Cooper, wnrranty
deed, east half lots 11 and 12, Emerald,
now East Alton Jl.SuO.
Alton ote and Personals.
T. I I'errln. superintendent of the Sunday
school cf the Twelfth Street Cumberland Pres
byterian Church at Alton, has been selected as
the Illinois member of the Moderator's tlrand
Council of the Cumberland Presbyterian General
Assembly, which is In session at Springfield. Mo.
The annual picnic and flag dedication of the
Alton Frohslnn Society will b held to-day at
The Hoyt Comedy Company closed a week's
engagement at the Temple Theater In Alton last
evening with the presentation of the melodrama.
"The James Uof."
The member- of the Alton Council of the
Knights of Columbus will goto Carlinvllle this
morning to assist In Instituting a council in that
cll. The First and Second; degrees will be
conferred by tho degree team from the Alton
Council, and the Third degree will be given by a
Chicago team A apodal train will bring the
knl-hts to Allon over the Chicago and Alton
Railroad at 11:9) to-night.
-.The Alton Blues will play the Rawllngs
team of St. Louis this sftemoon at Sportsman's
Park In Alton. Al Warner, the ex-League um
pire of St. Louis, will umpire the game.
News of the death or Mrs Daniel Barker
of Buffalo. N. Y.. was received at Alton jea
terdav. A sister. Miss Saucier, and two broth
ers. Frank and Eugene Saucier, reside In Alton.
The funeral of W. H. Jones, whose death
occurred at St. Joseph's Hospital In Alton, after
a short Illness with pneumonia, took place yes
terday from his home In Brighton.
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Jackson of Al
ton took place yesterday morning at St. Pat
rick's Church, In East Fourth street. The Rev
erend Father P. J. Rellly officiated The serv
ices were under the auspices of the St. Patrick's
branch of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of
America, who attended In a bortv. A large
number of the membership of St. Mary's branch
of the same order also attended. The burial was
in Greenwood Cemetery at North Alton.
The Reverend F. J. Buschmann of Springntld
was the guest of the Reverend Theodore Ober
hellmann. pastor of the German Evangelical
Church In Alton yesterday.
The Alton lodge of the Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks gave a smoker at their
clabrooms In State street last evening.
The first annual excursion on the Mississippi
River of the Alton lodge of the Mutual Protec
tive League will be given on the steamer Spread
Eagle on Jane 7.
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IS nil rsHT W&SF Bi rH !& &. US eS H HK Sa Mil isl lsy m
1 laJB fitttll la m m H Hi MH H mm MB a iaB m IS wH Hf
For several weeks our entire corps of buyers, led by a member of our firm, have been East arranging with
tlie manufacturers for next season's business. The' have been offered many odd lots of this season's best
patterns far below original cost of production, and, as a matter of course, the best values have been secured.
HERE IS THE LATEST SHIPEEST RECEIVED:
Rolls HeyaS taSsisfer Carpets-The,nOTt,trlishcolOTC THIS WEEK SIJ7M
220 Royal Axminstr Bugs
1t& ul VUlUnn Unero
i ' u n h cauin era a no rii xvaa an k j -t
iSlJ?SlM3l!l?!L!H?3iS5T1,,!,,e es "'on'' 1STr. . .
Pairs Exira Fine Irish Paint and Brussels-13"""""1' styJ':!'j.rJ::' SisTcT,
Rl. and Pull of the Rivera
For 24 hours enJIng at 7 n m :
St I.oul", batunlay. Ma 17. l9i
Stations. Danger tlauge change.
Pittsburg 22 0 CI
l'urkersuurj? 3G t b I'J
Cincinnati V 10 7 -0 3
Iulsvllle 2S i c ' -'(1
ll-hlilIe 41 "ii H
hnttanooo'a .11 0 4.7 "0 1
rioreuce In 0 3 0 J
J.ihnsonvllle :i 4S -0 1
Evan'vllle K ' I! 0 1
ht. Paul It" 4- '
Dubuque 15 0 t U'
Davenport 1 l I
Keokuk . 13 4 0 '- '"1
Vita Moines Rapids 3 S o 0
Peoria . HO
Gratton ' 3') -
Omaha 18 0 7 8 0 0
Kansas CltJ tl.o lu 0 -0.3
Hermann 21 0 . . 0.J
M lyiuis 3MI 11 -Ol
Chester 30 0 i
CJlro 40 M -oi
Memphis 3T " J.J -0 1,
Little Rock St -
Vlekelmrg 4.0 212 - .
bhreveport o - J
New Orleans ICO s. -o.l
):l3" -1-"1' R. J HYATT.
Local Forecast oaicli'..
The river at fct I.ouls will show slight changes.
Itlver nnd llusiiu-ss.
Harbor gvuges jeterdae marked 11 C feet. In
dliatlng a decline of .1 of a foot In the last 21
Huslress along tlm lAvee vestcrday was only
of moderate volirne. Offerings were fair, but re
ceipts were light.
Weather bright and warm
Showers and thunderstorms.
Spread Eagle .Alton
Columbia ; ::;ct"? er
Chester tiipe Ctrurdeau
CIt uf Clifton Tennessee River
Utile f Calhoun .
River RIiillo Brevities.
-The bldnej arrived from Uurlington jest.r
di morning ami. after receiving a fair trip of
fnight and passenger-, cl.aied for Keokuk jes
terday uftmoun at 4.
-The Cape C.lrard.au will be In and out to
innow In Hi; trade between St. Iiuis and
The City of Clifton reached St I.ouls from
th- Tennessee River She dlih trge.1 a large
manifest of lumber peanuts, live Hock, eggs
and Jioultrj. and Is receiving lo d-part for 1 lur
ence, Ala . to-morrow afternoon at j.
-The Uelle of C-illioun jesterda departed for
pulnts as far utstieam as Loulslsnv Mie had
a kood cabin register and a large patronise cf
The Chester jestetday arrived and departed
In the trade tvlvveen bt l-ouis ami Cape ulrar
deau. with a fair passenger and freight patron
age both wins
The Rees Lee Is clue to reach St Louis from
Memphis and waj landings to-morrow She has
a good trip for St luie Siiu will return to
Memphis luedav afterncsin at 3,
The Raid Cagle vesterday cleared for Peoria
and Intermediate points on tlii Illinois and Mis
sissippi rivers bhe had her usual huge patronage.
-The ColunUla was in and out eteida In
the trade between .M. Ijaals and crestcr. She
luid a large up-tream trip or freight and pas.
c.en?rs, and cleare I well patiuniz-d.
The Vv II Grapevine is due to-morrow from
points on the Missouri River le'tween St. Louis
and Rocheport hl,e will receive to teturn In the
same trade TUedai afternoon at 5.
The Clti of Providence will make a round-trip
excursion to-day to Me Cenevleve. leaving St.
ljiils at S.20 this morning and returning at 11
Captain Ab Grimes, formerly a ateanibojtman
on the Mississippi River arrived In M. Ixiuls
from his home In clubhouse. Lincoln c'ountj. Mo.
lie will remain here for everai oajs.
Caitaln lsa-ic P laisk. general agent of the
Diamond Jo Line, departed Friday night on a
business trip over his line's territory.
Harry Nevll was In St Iuis jeUerday from
his home In Chester. He will return tu-inorrow
Ycsterdav was the flftl-thlrd annlv.rsan of
the cunflakration of 1M9. when 321 buildings and
21 steamboats were destrovel Co'o-iel Hunter
Hen Jenkins has a picture of the fire, which he
received 23 jears aso from George C Wolrr. now
The regular semlmonthlj m'etlng of the pilots-
society will be hell to-morrow morning,
when It Is eipected thit all the resident members
will be present
The arnual report of the Masters and Pilots
associations' executive Committee, containing the
list of notable proceedings In the Treasury De
partment. In most of which the asoclatlon s
claims were allowed, was rtcelved at the pilots
Vlcksburg. Miss. May 17. The gauge Is un
changed. Valley Queen Is due up to-night. Del
ta In and duo out to-night for Memphis. un of
the Rends cleared for Greenville.
Memphis. Tenn , May 17. The river here
stands 9 8 feet on the gause, a fall of .1 of a
iool in ine last 24 pours, o arria3 vi utjinn
ures of steamers to-da. The Oakland. fron
New Orleans with a mixed tow of empty barges,
passed up at 4 p. m. for the Ohio River.
Grand Tower, III , May 17. Exporter, wtth
coal tow, up at 6:30 a. m.; Peters Lee down at 7
a. rn.: Cape Girardeau down at 11 a. m. and will
get away for St. Louis at 7 p. m to-night: Rus
sell Lord in and out at 1 p. m. The gauge read3
11.6 fe-t and falling. Weather cloudy and warm.
New Orlea.is La., May 17. Weather warm and
partly cloudy. Arrived and departed Natchez,
rittshurg. ra. May 17. River S feet; tallins.
Clear and warm.
Wheeling. W. Va., May 17. River 14 feet t
inches: falling. Cloudy and warm.
Cincinnati. 0. May 17. River 10 feet 4 Inches:
falling. Clear and wanner. Departures Queen
City for Slttsburg." v
Louisville, Ky.. May 17. River UUenarr; .on
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canal 6 feet en falls 1 feet S Inches; below locks
10 feet, clear anl warm
Eunsvllle. Ind Mnj 17 -Itl'.er S7 feet: fall
ing. Clear and warmer
Uurlington la . Mai 17.-Tlie river i S feet 7
Inches above low-water mark, a rise of t Inch
Weitr.er fair and warm-r lluu In and uut
F.lolse from Keokuk, llelrti lllalr from Bavei
JKlrr Chester. Ill . Mat 17 lloats up: riKton at 7:30
Iai.l night. Chester at S p m , J'rker and tow at
'J.3J a ih . Exporter and tuw at 4 30 p nl. Boats
down l'eteru Lee at 1 n m. Cape tllrardeau at 3
a m , shedeM at 3 30 a m. eather clear
Gauge. 8 8 feet and falling
Paducah. Kv . Ma 17 River gauge reads 7 7
The John S Hopkins arrived from Kvanvlll- at
8 30 this mornln and .tersirted for Joppa at 9
o'clock to tnfet the Mick Fowler at that place,
lo bring up an excursion The leave at t and
will return and leave for their re.pecllve rune
at 11 o'clock to-night The Avaloli from Cin
cinnati arrived at T. 4) and will leave fur Mem
y tils to-night The Tennessee laves for the Ten
nessee River at 7 o'clo k to night
Warsaw 111, Mij 17 (Jauge reads S.3 feet, a
rls, cf 1 In li Clrar and warm silver Crtseent
down and up. J ri up and down with an ex
cursion Cairo. 111. Ma 17 -The river fell 1 cf a foot
during the last 24 hours. The gauge reads 16
fet The weiithT Is very warm, cloudy and
threatening nln The Charlotte Boeckler. from
Cincinnati, with a tow of empties, airlved at
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MALARIAL POISON, CHILLS AND
LOUISVUXK, Kv., March 26. 1902.
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Rugs made Oriental designs
J----J, aa. sa a wv.ij YlVtUU fc-rf V
3 a. m . and departed for the Lower Mississippi
ut 1 p m The s II H. Clark, from St. Loul".
with t loaded barges, arrived at 1 p. m. She
coaled and cleared for New Orleans nt i p m.
Henry I"artee and Steve Greenwell are her pilots.
The Pular Wave, from Pudscsh towing empties
arrived at 1 p m . and departed for St Luis
at 2.30 p m The T. H Davis departed south at
C p. m , for a tow of lumber. The Sunshine, from
Memphis, with a moderate trip, consisting uf
cottont staves and sundries, arrlrved at 3 p m ,
ard. doing no bu-lness here, departed for Cin
cinnati a half hour later The Peters Lee. from
rt. Iouls with a fair trip, arrived at 3:4w p. m.
fche discharged a few sundries, added 23 tons
and departed for Memphis at G.39 p. m. The
Kate Adam, from Paducah. passed down fur
Memphis at 6 p m The City of Memphis fro-il
St IxjuIs. and the Avelon, from Cincinnati, are
due to-morrow morning.
miners mscrss i.h;:ctios.
Siienkem Drclnrr That Gov eminent in
This .Milliner Is Wrouir.
Belleville miners mtt jesterday at
Huff's Garden to discuss the topic of "Gov
ernment by Injunction" The day was set
aside by the National Executive Board as
u general holiday, and the attendance of
RASHES AND PIMPLES FROM
Padtjcah, Ky., March 17, 1902.
Gentlemen: Some two j.eais ago I
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blood medicine. Yours respectfully,
1020 Clav St Kdw. C. Long.
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I V7 A&MNU I (SI? AYE.
miners at Huffs Garden was very large.
A number of speakers made talks In jvhleh
they declared that tho government by in
junction was wrong and that it could be
abolished If the miners held together.
In the afternoon a committee framed a,
set of resolutions which will be sent to In
dianapolis and also to members of the
House of Representatives in Washington.
' Deputies in tlie oince or County Clerk
George K. Thomas were kept busy yester
day issuing marriage licenses. There was
no particular rush for the coveted docu
ments, but the demand was steady all
day long. Licenses were Issued to: Frank
Pipher. 2S. Madison, III., and Annie Har
pole. 22. Mount Vernon. III.; Gustav A.
Helnrlcli. . and Anna L- Xumbcrger, both
of New- Athens; Wiley McBride, 44, and
Sarah A. Jones. 33. both of Brooklyn; J. C.
Herbstmarui, 22. Summerfleld, and Anna
Stork. 21. Lebanon; Lawrence Kinsella, 2,
Caseyvllle. and Emelij Tournie, 21, St.
Clair; Harrv A. Fletcher. X. Marinette,
Wis , and Clara L Grossmann, 13, Belle
ville. IMPURE BLOOD CAUSED DEBILITY
AND LOSS OF APPETITE.
NASUVH.LK, Tenn,, March 30, 1902.
Gentlemen: For over two jears
suffered greatly from impure Jrfood, causing
me to feel debilitated and nnfit for work;
had no appetite and could get no relief
from doctors or medicines ot any kind,
until finally about seven years ago I was
persuaded to try S. S. S. I soon noticed a
change in my health for the better. I con
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months I was completely well, and my
appetite has been good ever since, and I
now weigh 250 pounds. I consider S. S. S.
the best blood medicine to be found any
where. Yours truly, "
610 S. Market St.
COMPAHY, ATLANTA. GA.
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