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THE REPUBLIC: SUD-AY. MARCH S, 1003.
Again This Week Those Stirring Sensational Special
9 J AND $1.25
49c A YARD.
1W pieces of Imported
Black Dress Goods'tnat
Are worth i and JI.K a
yard. Consisting of Eta.
mines, Mistrals. Voiles.
plaln'VelUnRs and Crepes
. worth SI. and ACir
H.I5 a yd. sale attVC
Send for fcamples.
49Z A YARD.
10 pieces of Black and
Wlilte "Fancy Silks that
axe 20 Inches wide. Every
thread pure silk. In
pretty stripes' onplaln
i lilack grounds. Entlrelv
new this season and
worth Jl a jurd A(r
sale at '.....TyU
A DOZEN YARDS
Put up In pieces of 12
" yards: nine line dainty
patterns, cdgei and in
sertions, resular 35c and
Sic patterns and quali
ties; also l.iW pieces at
5c a dozen yards.
Very sheer Mull. Orcan
!ics. Ibices, line Em
lirnMe: Iea. hand-stitched
hemstitching and tucks,
line Ivices and Ribbons
only one of each kind
worth Sl.lv to K. On 24
SI AND 75c
All the styli"h leathers of
the season, moire silk
lined, extra Inside pock
ets sueie lined. silt or
Kun-metai chains, and
f ra mes a n exn pt Innaj
hale and chaneo for a
bnrsaln at leather-soods
Double seat" and knees
riveted buttons plain
blues, neat htripes, regu
lar 3 Milts, Sale on 4th
'?.' t fw.-vr-
C0R.BR0ADWAY & WASHINGTON.
mcmmmmmamit rBMMMaMMMiini iNMHHW .mammmmmmm mmhmmh
SAMPLE SALE OF THE BEST MADE
SPRING REEFERS for CHILDREN
1 TO 9
On 3J floor all the swell new styles for
So to 8S.50. including Broadcloths,
cluding reds blacks, tans, garnets, narics, royal,
cadet and brown about one hundred in the offering
at a choice of
Come Early to the
For these Qoods will hardly
hold out longer than 10 o'clock.
7n MnnillMAC SIIIRTIM. CALICO,
The best quality of light, neat figured
nOOKFOMl I'KIICAI.KS. .Vac.
Thousands of yards of neat, desirable,
styles in Hitht and dark Tercales; lnc
TI1K nEST APUO.V GINGHAM, 5e.
All size checks and colors: thousands
of yards; no limit to quantity; dealers
nor MI.IC MOl'SSBLIMt DE SOIE,
Kvery hado; flRures. stripes, dots and
solid colon: SOc quality; a yard. 3c.
15e TWILLED DBAPERV, O'ic.
iro pieces, 50 different patterns, of the
best 15c Twilled Drapery, 32 Inches
S3e MADRAS, 10c.
All the season's most desirable styles
and colors; 3c quality.
pI.SO "VOVEV FLOnEHEO SWISS,
10 patterns of It-Inch Real St. .Gall
Embroidered Flowered Swiss; worth,
SI. 60 a yard. .
r.Dc SII.TC GLNCIIAIS, 25c.
different patterns of 32-Inch Silk
Glncharas, embroidered dot and figures.
75e ATL.1ATIC SHEETS, 33c.
Kleached Sheets, laundered ready for
use: 90 br SO Inches; better'than utlca;
Special at 3 o'clock.
At 35c a Yard,
65c, 75c and 85c
Silk Embroidered Flaanel.
Twenty-IHe pieces to bi sold, pure
silk hemstitched and scallopeJ. em-h-oliered
on all-wool yard-wide
TRUSTS BORN OF DINGLEY TARIFF;
CAPITALIZED AT $4,318,005,646,
Washington. March 7. During the debate
on the antitrust bills a member read a list
of the Industrial trusts Tvhlch have be:n
organized since tho Dlngley tariff was
enacted, as follows:
Allls-Chalmers Company, J36.3X).00O.
Amalgamated Copper Company, $135,000,
tW). American Agrlcnltural Chemical Com
American Beet Sugar Company, $.000,000.
American Bicycle Company. J3H.495.400.
American Brass Company. JIO.OOO.OJO,
American Can Company, tS2.455.6C4.
American Car and Foundry Companv. S0.-
American Grass Twine Company. J18.0S3,
, American Cigar Company, JIO.OOO.OOO.
American Hide and Leather Company,
American. Ice Companv, Hl.703.OfO.
American Iron and Steel "Manufacturing
American Light and Traction Company,
American Locomotive Company, $50,412,
600. American Machine and Ordnanc Com
American Packing CompanvJ20.W,oOO.
American Flow Company. J73.O0O.O0O.
American Railway. Equipment Company.
American Sewer Pipe Company, J10.395.700.
American Shipbuilding Company. J15.500,
000. American Smelting and Refining Company,
American Snuff Company. J33.001.700.
American Steel Foundries Company
y American "Window Glass Company.
' American Woolen Coraraiiv. J49.79fi.O0O
American Writing Paper Company, J39.-
Associated Jferchants Company, $13,000,000.
Atlantic Rubber Shoe Company, JIO.OOO.OOO.
Bordens Condensed Milk Company, J33,
Otn.OOO. Central Foundrj- Company, J18.000.000.
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company,
nnonlm1 Lum,Der nn(1 Bo,c Corporation,
Consolidated ltftiliraV. TJphtlnf- an TTo-
m.m frl trerfl f I n r. f-nn,noM.. ,1. .M n.i
, Consolidated Tobacco Company, JM2.6S9,-
cork Products Company, $50,000,000.
Crucible Steel Company of America, $30.-
Eastman Kodak Campauy, J19.673.100.
.Officipl Forecast Announced
To-Day and To-JIoitow.
Wanhlngton, March 7. Forecast for Sun
day and Monday:
Indiana rlr and colder Sunday. Monday fair:
frrxh west to nrthetit wind.
Illinois Fair and colder Sunday; Slonday fair:
freh ire.t vlnda.
Mlfsourl Fair Sunday, cooler in aoutheast por
tion: Monday fair.
Iovra Kaniu vVi...ira v.t. o.,m..- Bn
Kastern Texas-Fair In north, clearing In south
portion, colder Sunday; Monday fair and mm.
. trj ireih north est winds, beoomlng aoutheait.
" western Texas ti-ntr :nn..- iTit .how...
HY nnd colder in extreme nest 'portion: Monday
Arkaneaa Fair, colder Sunday; Monday fair:
frtah north wtndn.
Oklahoma. Indian Tcrrltorv Fair Sunday and
Department of Atriculture. Waather nureau.
, Jleteorcloslcal observation, received at Su Uiu!
March T, 1!03. at 6:S) p. m. local time and 8
p. m. aaventy-ntth meridian time. Ot.ervatlon'
q- mjide a: me itme moment or time at all atatlona:
Dir.Tp.Mr. Rain. Weather.
6:1 Btsmarck ...
-nt Oiarlotte ...
-R Cincinnati .,
If (r-hlrasm .....
XW M 64 Clear
...N'E 1 44 .... Clear
....SIB 66 70 .08 Fair
B U 4.) .... Clear
s a C4 .oi ctoudr
...JTE t! LI .OS Cloudy
s TO ;4 .... Cloudy
.....W 60 6S 1.12 Clear
....IV M 64 .10 Rain
.. ,v lis .4: ciouny
I C 1.4! Cloudr
m" falro .
S ) 64 -M Cloudv
ttk Calgary .ji...
hit Cheyenne ....
l Concordia ....
. ,IJeveniort ....
' Pes Jlolnea ..
si r nodce City .
jf. J"t. smith ....
& JJrand Haien
.sv u .
.XW 4J 46 .
...W 34 11 .
.XW 4; S5 .
.W 46 4S
XW 44 4 ..
42 4S ,
It I .
.01 Rain .
this Spring in Reefers, made to sell (or
Venetians. Screes and Taffeta bilks, in
anu laucia ou-:, iu-
Fifth Floor Sales.
ft .25 I.II'K VI RTsI.XS. Wlc.
Scotch lce Curtain. 3 yards Ions and up
to 48 Inches wide. In attractive patterns.
1.1c SII.KOI.IM: ltKlINA.NTS. .'.
1,3 j-ards best quality Cfi-lnch Sllkollne,
In new patterns imd all colors, in lenKths
from 1 t 10 yard".
-10c .MATTIMi REMNANTS, lr.c.
C remnants of Japanese Onion-Warp
Stair JIaltlns:. In colors of blue, brown,
preen and K"ld. length- from 3 to 15 yards
In a piece.
C!lc I MI It W.N !qi IIIK. 2.V'.
Ert) Inprain Squares, one yard square, In
prettv deslen: worth up to We tach.
40c TAI'KTR1. 2c.
10 pieces of Cro-Striped Tapestry, s-ult-able
for mantels. pnrlter. wlndon haiiK
liiKS and Oriental corners; colors-, green,
red and blue.
15i' E.VTEIO RUDS, Sc.
1.5f) Brass Extension Rods, adjustable
from 45 to 50 Inche": suitable for Ioiir,
?l.fS COICII Ct Kits, JJl.'-'K.
75 Basdad Stripe Couch Cover. Inches
wide and 3 vards long, wlde-f ringed end.-.
70c HS()CUN, -llic.
An assortment of Bru-sels Velvet and Ax
mlnster Covered Hasocks. s Inches high
and In pretty color combinations.
i8.r. sii.K i'ETTicovr. ?4.tir..
SII.K I'ETTICOATS. JIADE OK THE
BEST NOXBItE.Mv.VnEE TAFFETA
SII.K WITH DEEP FLOUNCES AND
RUFFLES TRIMMED WITH ROSE
QUILTING. EVERV COLOR I.MAG1
NABLK. ?12-'.0 SILK PETTICOATS. ?7.!)S.
Beautiful TafTeta Silk Petticoats, extra
wide, with circular flounces amL double
rose-qullted'.top'and dust ruffle; In assort
KHKCII MATINEES FROM ILOS TO
Dainty French Matinees, made of fine Per
sian Lawn and China Silks, and trimmed
with insertions', ribbons and lice.
SILK NEGLIC2EES FROM flU.OO IP TO
Handsome Nccllcees of China Silk. Flow
ered Silk and Taffeta Silk, elaborately
trimmed with fine and dainty laces. Inser
tions and ribbons; all colors. Including
lt.-i.00 KIMOXAS, IfS.ftS.
Crepe Klmonas. with embroidered dots In
solid colors of pink. blue, violet and white,
with Persian silk borders.
2.2.s. KIMOXAS, f 1.40.
Short JCImonas of Crepe atyl China Silk,
with wide Persian silk borders.
SOc CORSET COVERS, 10c.
French Corset Covers, made of sood mus
lin and lace trimmed.
50c I1LACK DRKSS GOODS, 2.1c.
ALL-WOOL INDIES CLOTH. FULL SS
INCHES AVIDE AND BEST CROW
BLACK. WORTH 50c A TARD. AT;3c.
Electric Company of America. JJXSfiS.tOO.
Electric Vehicle Campany. J1S.473XO.
Fairmont Coal Company. J18,000.00O.
General Chemical Corirpany J16.S21.300.
Harbison-Walker Refractories Companv,
International Harvester Compam-. $120
000.000.. International SalL Company. J33.O0O.O0O.
International Steam Pump Company. $31,
130.000. Jones & Iviughlin Steel Companv. $30,000.
000. M!onnongahela River Consolidated Coal
and Coke Company. $39,470,000.
National Asphalt Companv. $53.363.000.
National Carbon Company. $10,000,000.
National Enameling and Stamping Com
National FIreprcoflng Companv, $12.3n0.000.
National Sugar Refining Company, $20,000.-
New England Cotton Yarn Companv, $13,
New- York Dock Companv. $2S.3.0flO0.
Pjclflo Hardware and Steel Company, $!0,-
Pennsylvania Steel Company, $31,230,000. .
Pittsburg Brewing Companv. $26.O00.0CO.
Pittsburg Coal Company, t39.731.900.
Planters Compress) Companv. tlOWOOO
Pressed Steel Car Companv." $30,000,000.
Quaker Oats Company. $11,500,000.
Railway Steel Spring Company, $20.OfO.10.
Republic Iron and Steel Company. $4SJJ4.-
Royal Baking Powder Company, $20.0fO 001
$2M10015 JIanufarturlnK Company,
$18.200w'leffle,d S,oel ana Iron Company,
Standard Milling Company. $17,250,000
atllnuS.' $i?o.n"' consolidated Tfans
Trni?r,iBnf J"1?, P?Scr Company, $27,000,000.
mo!!ow pe-r Gomi,an'.
United Fruit Company. $13.369.3(X)
United Copper Company. 17,ofli-
-P""611 Sno Machinery Company. $20
wo.5,0. cSJrf 'SaooSSJ Ir" P1Pe and FounJry
$131O00W SmCS Cotton Duck Corporation.
cJJmpy.S$,,2m3CedUC'l0n aml ReflnlnB
ooj-""1 sta' Shipbuilding Company, $71,-
Unlted States Steel Corporation. $1,389,339.-
ilj,1l?r,'al Tobacco Company. $10,000,000.
.)r-?iSia Iron C"31 and Coke Company,
Kanm city .,
I.1UI4 Rnck ...
New Tort .....
Xew Orleans ..
Xorth Matte ..
Rapid city ...,
...SR K 4
S 3 K
..XW 21 42
..SW 3 4.)
.. i iir
. . Cea
...XW Oi 74
K 42 44
S OT 20
... .W 42 4S
...XW 22 36
B 60 70
St. Louis .
..X" 52 64
anta t-e ..
,...SW 2 J4
....XB 46 21
'R tr. .ti
d. j. HBnxnox.
Temporarily In Charge.
A ERE SECRETT.Y MARRIED.
T. I,. Ilaxter and Mlas .McXell Coo
cefiled the Fact for Two Month".
Marlon. III.. Jjarch 7. The many friends
of T. K. Baxter and Miss .Myrtle McNeil,
two leadlne iounR people of Cartervllle. III.,
will be doubtless snrprled to learn of their
secret marrlaKe Januar' X. Mr. Baxter is
an expert Drlnter. and M!". McNeil Is as
sistant to Postmaster Iauder. Judge Rob
ertson ptrformed the ceremony.
CupIoN of the earl3 iwt
leniN just like other
Mori-,' IO.OO Hats.
Of tape-try. corcled ami
Kurd, ready to put on
the pillow. 'usual price
SILK WAIST SPECIALS.
XIO.OO N IISTS. SI.IIO. ,
Crepe de Chin" Embroidered Japanese Silk and Embroidered
Pongee and I'ean dc Cyjme Silk Waists, in all colors and black
and white; worth from J7.C0 to RC0; sale at ?).K.
?i.oo m'i.k wist. i.ii:.
Japanese Silk Waists, with pleated yokes and fancy stock col
lars, ifs.oo u ists. .2.o:.
White Silk Wai-ts. trimmed with Clunj laie ins-rtions in front,
collar and cuffs.
$18 and $20 Shirt Waist Suits s$c $9.95
Are to be a great feature this week in the Ladles' Clothing Store on Second Floor. There await .t our selection
150 Shirt- Waist Suits made of changeable Taffeta Silk, Peau de Sole and Silk Foulard, In solid colors, mixed
colors, etc., with pleated and applique trimmed waists - all sizes, worth SIS and $20 -your choice of any $9.95.
SPRIXG JACKETS FROM K.t.i! II TO $7.!!.
Separate Blou-e Jackets, made of broadcloth and cheviot and
trimmed with stitched taffeta silk bands; in twent-fle dif
SII.IC J CKETS FROM .:!.! I I TO IfIt.OII.
Peau'de' Sole Silk Coffee Coats. Eton Jackets. Blouse- and
Ru-sian Blouses, in twenty different new styles, ranging in
prices from 3.90 up to JJS.'JO.
RISMtX HI. (USE JACKETS. SUM.OO.
Spcclaf stle three-quarter-length Ku-sian Blousp Jackets,
made of line Humbo coert cloth and' trimmed with nineteen
ISliT.rjO SlITS. ?7.!l.1.
Tailor-Made Suits of line Venetian Cloth and Siotch Mix
tures, made with collarless blouse and capes, with silk braid
ing and stole front; pleated and flare skirts.
? 1.1.00 AXD ? 1 7.1 10 SI ITS, $11.11.1.
3"0 Suits made of Plain Venetian, Plain Cheviots and Scotch
Mixtures. In both pedestrian and dres length: suits that .-ell
all over tow n for $13 00 and 07.0); here for P.9Z.
fS.OO SKIRTS. 1.11.1.
An Immense lot of Skirts, cousj.tlng of-Walking Skirts and
Dress Skirts, of different kinds of materials and arlously
RUr ami Fnll of the lllvrr.
For 2t -bour, enIns at .7 a. m.: .. ' J
Saturday. March 7. 1!
.. S;.'l s.; o.O
i.'inclnnnU ....... 0.1
rhattanooa ..t.. 33.U
I'lorence 1 1.'
Johnronillle ...t :i.n
Fransille ,,,.. 3.'l
W. Paul 14.'
IS." - ')
R-arutunn li 1 1 ".S
Orafton n lis
Oma7ia 1." . .
Kansas City , SI." V. -"-
Ula.rroH - -
IMonvltln M." 11.3 "i.
Hermann :." lt.l '-
!-t. yuls Sl.' lk.5 "J.
Ofster ,.., :0.'i IS.'"
Cairo .. 4-..0 41.3 !.
M.mphl 33-" 3' '.0
Little Uwk rt.'l 17.1
VlckburK 4S.' 4-3 ;.
Shre'po 2" S1.Z 0.l
New orlenn 1H.0 J..l 0.3
lis-, -ran. D. j. uniiOTOx.
Actlnjc Ixcal Ior,-ca.t Official.
111 er Karccnnt.
Havy rains hae ocrurrot. nlon thi Iowcr
Ilrxourl and Central MIstKlp-' Vnllcy UQrx
MIIp. Mo. rcpsirt 2.10 Incite; Kwjkuk. la.. T.s;
ItpanNtnwn. III.. 1.Z6; IVorta and Grafton, III .
and Hermann. Mo., about an Inch.
lUter and lluilnr.
Harbnr Ranges vctrdaj marked IS 3; lmltoat
injf a rl of .-1 or a foot In 24 hour's.
Iluslncs alone th rlpr front in sood. Two
packet deriarted each iVln- well petronlzed.
1'afr and probably cooler.
II, M. lloxlc...
River Rlnlto Ureiltlca.
The India Given", the nrst boat this season
for the upper iier. departed yesterday. She
will co as far as Clarks llle. maklnc all Cal
houn County landlnes. s-he took up a Rood
cargo and a fair passenger list.
Nineteen feet was rerlstcred on the gauge
eterday enlnc et 6 o'clock. Considerable
drift was floating, although rlermen etnect no
danger from high water at St. I.nuls at piesenl.
It (8 n"t expected that the water will reach as
high as It did last July, when 27 feet was re
corded In th harbor.
The Mlsslsslnnl "River Commission will meet
ion board the 1'nlte.l States steamer Mississippi
at the foot or Franklin aenue. at ; n m.. Jlarvn
23. and proceed down the rHer to Xew Orleans
en Its regular spring Inspection trip.
Captain George Belt and Captain GU3 Block,
well-known retired stamloatmen, were callers
along the rlcr front yesterday.
Keepers of pcstUffhts on the Mississippi, be
tween Hu Louis and the mouth of the Illinois
Ilher and on the Illinois Iller. Ie-lwen Its
mouth and Beanlstown. 111., hate hern ordered
to commence lighting1 Tuesday.
Captain George Keith departed vesfrday for
Padueah to bring around the ilald Bagle. which
will lw plsced In the Illinois Mher trade Wed
nesday, she will mske a trla to Alton Tues
day. Th Grev Kagle departetl yestenlav for Com
merce, lrf-lng delaed In getting out by the fog.
s- took out a large cargj and many passen
gers. The Stacker I.ee is on the way to St. Louis
from Memphis, antl l exp:tetj to arTlte to
morrow. She is scheduled to depart on the re
turn Tuesday afternoon.
Captain Jim Boland. well-known along tho
rler. who has been In Florida for lite jears,
leturned to St. Louis jesterday.
The II. M. Iloxe arrived yesterday from Xew-Orl-ans
with a tow of barges. She will d"part
on the return at daylight to-morrow morning;
The passengers en the st-amer City of Loule
vllle on her Mardl Grns trip have presented t
James Ware, owner of a plantation al Ware's
landing. La., a siller cup. While the steamer
was returning from Xew Orleans it stopped at
Waie's plantation. He lnltd the pas,,ngr to
bla home, where he entertained them. After the
boat departed a purse was made up. When
LouIsWlle. was reached a siher cup was pur
chased and sent to the planter.
'Captain Jim Allen, an old-time river man.
was a caller on Captain Brown at the harbor
looms yesterday. Captain Allen now 11'. eB at
Tho City of Memphis Is expected t arrive
from the Tennessee River to-morrow. She will
Eo out on the return Tuesday afternoon.
Among the callers at the harbor looms yesterday-were
Captain William Eagon of the light
house steamer Lilly and captains Fred Vollx
and Steve Oreenwell of the Iioxle.
It is reported that Captain Thomas Sims win
Elace his steamer, the Lotus Sims In the St
-ouls excursion business next season. The Sims
is now at New Orlans.
The Rill City Is being loaded at the East St.
Louis elevator and will probably depait Tues
day for Vlcksburg.
Memphis. Tenn March r.-The river here Is on
a stand, with 4.3 feet nn th. -rn,,.,.. . ....
. l'foot over the danger line.: with rains and fug
' here to-day. The Litus Sims, frvj-n Iv'ew Orleans
.r filled If pood- are
not sold out ln-fore
order reaclir n.. it
! nnt wi.e to enlcr
samples, for pood are
oftei. sold out Ik fori
jour samples are re
i eh fd. he rid you r
urders and return anv
poods not satisfactory.
passed up at 9 a. m.. bound for St. I-oul. She
discbarced here 3 barrel rosnr. , Th stacker
! after dl5charpine her ble trip? KOt away at
1 a. m. for Ft- Louis with1 iialr trip. The
Sun departed at S,p- m. -for Jutoix. The nnc
Nit IK 1. Wxtht dppartetT atfa. ta- for M.
Ij.iiI. IIm-pIdi-bv river to-dastr-ere &T2 bales
cotton. ? bac Jeeti cotton arrd"KC63 tack cot-
ton-sAed; " ' f,
Taducali. Kv.. March 7. Tho K3t4 rjd to- '
I nlKht at 6 o'clock. 4).'J feet, and rl'lnjr. UwlnR
to the recent hear raln thi rie, ha lnin
' more rapid in the tx 2 hour? than It will be
in th nxt. t'lou'! and tnreateninc to-nisni. .
The Jf Fowler left at p. m. fr i:ar.ill.
harlnp bn delated bv foe an-I rain. Tnne11
will leap at I') p. mi for Florence, with n cond
irlp. Clt of Mmuht left at 10 a. m. for St. I
IjGUt. Clt of Savannah i dn from St. Ixmis
to-night. Ii"k Fowler to Cain. a. in. Imii
ation are that tbp rlxer will no to 4lfeet mark
m thl ri. Iral packets in ana out on ume.
3Iusln'i col on the wrharf.
Teter. 111.. March ". (JauK K..3 fpet. anl
ri-Inp. Weather cloudy tUiitt up: S. It IK
nark and tow, I:3 p, m. Chsti r down at
Crand Tower. III.. March .-tty 't Savan
nah down at 7.N a. ns. S IK IK Clark up at
7:30 h, m. O-aKe wrorMne ntApple Creek.
Ch'ter down at JM p in. AndeTron mide trip
to QilVn Polnr. Xh; Kauj?e read 10 fret, nn I
rlinp. Weather cloudy and warm, -with rain.
Cairo. III.. March 7 Kiver raoe marks -14.7
feet, showing- a rl cf 1 foot during the lart 2
hniirp. Weather clouOj and warm. The Mary
Michael pa?eii from the Cppef 'Ohio to the
lyjwer Mlwtsslrpi at 3 a. m. Tb Vcc Fowler
iva in and oiit on time. Th City of Memphis
arrived froirrWthe Tennessee nirrat 1:40 p. m.
and fleparterl for St. IxjuI at T;la v. m. with a
fair trip. The Oeorpla Lee arrived from Mcm
IhW at 10:4.". a. m. with a pood trip. Slie will
.depart for Memphis to-nicht. -.
CajM Otranleati, Mo , March 7i Weather raln
Ine: heay shower lat nleht. The river is still
ilfin. Th Cltv of Savannah down at 1) a m
The (lieptpr down nt 6 p. m. The llrey Eagle
rittfburc. Pa . March 7. RKer 0 feet, 5ta
tlonan". Itainlnp. ?
Wheeling. W. Va.. .March 7. River 13 feet 2
inche-. Warm: ralnlnp.
OnrlnnatI, O.. March 7. River S9 feet; fall of
1 foot inp 'momtrjr. Cloudy colder'Departed:
Sunshine for Memphis
IjOUltllIe, K.. Match 7. River falling: In
canal SJ; on fal! 214; below locks 32. Ilaln.
KvaniWUo, Ind . Jdarch 7.' River rising, 4) S.
Cloudy, warmer. Rain.
IIL'IIIIARD TAYLOR. SMITH RL'RIEn.
I.nte Vice Consul tn Kkj pt Lnld to
Rent nt Vlocejnnes, Inil.
VIncennc". Ind., March ".One of the lar
gest funerals that ever took place In the city
was that of Hubbard Taylor Smith, late
Vice Consul ,nt Cairo. 'F.Kypt. who died at
Genoa. Itnly. last month and was brought
home for burin), all expenses being borne by
The altar of the First Presbyterian
Chjircli was simply burled with flowers sent
nere Irom tne various ciuos :it vasn
lnston. of which Mr. Smith wa a member.
Several out-of-town people attended the
MRS. AUGUSTA C. MITCHELL.
Marshall. Mo.. March 7. Mrs. AuguMi Clav
horne Mitchell aged 8" ear", died suddenly at
her heme to-dai
REPUBLIC SPIXIAI.. '
Klnmundy. Ill . Mnrch 7. William Xlchnls. who
resided live miles wet of this city, died list
nl?ht. aged 63 years.
MRS W. F. HUNTER,
Klnmundy. III.. March 7. Mrs. W. F. Hunter,
residing Ix mips west of this place, died last
nleht cf measles" aged 22 years.
Havana. III.. March 1. Eil-rt Harfst-a wealthv
German citizen, forjnany veara resident of thl"
place, died here to-day of cancer. He was 55
C. J. PA GEL.
Stewardson. HI.. March 7. C 'J. Page, a
veterinary surgeon, oied at the home of Henry
SchJltz to-day. He was 70 jears old.
Washington. Jlarch 7. Army orders were is
sue,! to-day as follows:
The following assignments of officers recently
promoted are announced:
Colonel Owen J. Sweet, to the Twenty-eighth
Colim-l Albert I- Myer. to the Seventeenth In
fanlrv. Lieutenant Colonel Cornelius Gardener, to the
Lieutenant Colonel Alfred Reynolds, to the
Major William Black, to ths Thirteenth Infan
try. The following assignments of officers recently 1
cui'i'iini uc maoe:
Second Lieutenant Nkholas CamDagnoll. to th
Ilrst Infantry. Company C 1
secona lieutenant .iidti natncid. to the
Eighteenth Infantrv. Company K.
beeoud lieutenant Converse Iwis. to the
Twenty-third Infantry. Company K.
Second Lieutenant Thomas Musgrave. to the
Eighteenth Infantrv. Companv M.
Second Lieutenant Joseph Mauborgne, to the
Sixth Infantry. Cpmpanv D.
Chter Trumpeter Adolnh "von Duren. Twelrth
Cavalry. Fort Clark. Tex.. Is transferred to the
band. Third Cavalry, as irivate. He will be
sfnt to "Fort Asslnnlboine. Mont.
Of slllf. tabs embroid
ered In fruit effect -the
newest and swell
esl of neckwear
WHITE WAIST SPECIALS.
intr IIITE W ISTS, -l!lc.
Heay White Oxford Waists, Madras Wait". and Black and
White Figured Lavn Waists; worth 73c, S3c ami lJc: choic? of
n.r.o AMI .t.OO WVISTS, IISo.
While Mercerized Oxford, l-'icured Ovford, Brocaded Madrafi.nnd
Boucle Madras Waists, made with the new sailor' tollar.s and
f. 1.011 WAISTS. US. 1.1.
White I-iKii and Embroidery and I-nce W.ii-ts. the daintiest
Waists of the season, and cannot be matched an) where Tor le-s
JMO.OO M ITS. I.J1.1.
Snowll.ike Blouse Suits, with the new sleeves and -traps
am! trimmed with fancy buttons; also blue and gray mixed
cheviots and other fancv materials of all wool; silk and satin
$:m.oo mi x:t:i.oo si its, sh.im.
ul dltTerent styles of New Tailor-Made Suits, made of Voile.
Etamlnes. Fancy Mixtures and Knob Mistrals, in cvery
known jolor and every .size; thee suits sell regularly for
RI.C9 up to J3J.TO; choice for JH.S5.
KI.1.IHI SI ITS. $10.9.1.
"X Special Imported French Mistral Costume, elaborately
trimmed with taffeta silk and lined throughout with bc-t
quality taffeta silk; a Milt that sells everywhere for 535.00;
here for 519.13.
fflO.OO SKIRTS. MI.O.1.
Ten different stU-, about two or three of a kind, of our
fStvi, 9 and J10.W Silk Dre.ss Skirts, with all manner of
trimmings; choice of any, Jl S3.
ETOIIMS SKIRTS. $0.0.1.
Five New- Imported Styles of Frerch Ktamin,' and Voile
Skirts. trimmed with braids and appliques; every one new
In half an hour's trading at this store. White we ere in our temporary quarters at 1228 Olive street
we propose to sell so much, high-grade Furniture at low prices that when we get into the new build
in;, now in course of erection at our old Twelfth street stand, we'll have added a lot of new friends
to tiie already long list of old and appreciated customers, who always found that it paid to buy of us.
SAME LIBERAL TERMS AS ALWAYS.
This Week's Specials.
Sideboards, Sg fj'Q
Beautiful golden oak, fine- asa
ly finished, hand carved.... A W28K
Couches, Si nn
luxurious, best upholster- a V Cav
irig, be.-t springs, coraforta-H i W0B,
ble M neB,,
...I A Week
new patterns, golden oak
finish, easy working A W6EK
DRESSERS, S QQ
best oak, exclusive designs, w "
piano polish B A Week
KILLED HIMSELF WITH KNIFE.
John Harper. a-Hetiral 5krcliant,
Committed Suicide at Varrenton.
Warrenton, .Mo.. March 7. John Harper,
a retlreil merchant ami one of the oble-it cit
izens of this pl.ice. commltteil xtiicide this
mornlns by cuttlnc hi throat tvlth a
Harper was detected in his net. the knife
was vv rented from him and med cal aid sum-
Fits all Kodaks and Film Cameras.
After trying ANSCO" Film you will
use no other. & jl Mail orders filled.
Developing, Printing and Enlarging
EXTRA SPECIALS 183 LACES.
CHIFFON Y0KIN08-'TurU-il Chiffons with facotlne work and Chiffons ,? fQ
with Insertions, in white ami white and black;
ASSORTED LACES-S) pieces of fancy Lace. In white-, cream-,
and coiors; nothin;.' In this lot worth le Hi in iV": nuiiy worth up tiJl
Mile al 2.V and ...
I ACF? M 3 TIMft - U!.-M7.r r.:.e,. U'lUttnir
lieautlFnl patterns won h lip to 7.V a yard-sale
EXlBRO:DC3EO CHIFrON8-Y.mhnUeTj Dotted Chiffons, the litest tMiis for
w.il-t-;i lii-iie. wuli'. In lilack. while, cream, pink, jellow. etc AA.
worthr.'.T'.a j.ird -.ileal &V"
New Dress Goods
r.iic mi ;ooiis. 2.1c.
AlI-Vol Knncy Dres-i Goods, full 33 Inches.
wi(i. In Kray.. bluosi. gr nH.and lirown
niitiirt-. lncluilinz HopsacklnB?, Crashei
and .ibelinoi: ncier sold fur less than Wc:
at 23o h ynnl.
Mt.-jr, m:i.s (jooiis, ;(.
AlI-WTol Colored Frfneli Die-" Good?.
t-orsNtlns of lhis(Fea-on's Flalc Ktamlns.
llallans- Voile'. Eollan Crei-. Hllk
Wand Crppt. Plain Etaminet.. In all the
new tint", such as reseda, royal, old ro-e.
cadet. Hunt blue", light Kray.i. and Mack,
and white mixture not n piece In thi lot
wortl? Ie than H.ZT, a yard: here at C3c.
.l..-.0 CRIittl I1RKSS (SftUllii. 4!lr.
Cr"ani-CoIriml Dre- Goods. conltinc of
Alt-Wool Wiling.. All-U'ool Mohairs. A'l
Wool Henri-ttas and Herringbone Jlo
halr worth S1.23 and l. a jard.
T.'c- IlltlXS Cl(IDi. -till'.
An s!-ortment of Dre rjor,. con!tins
or I'lgiirid Mohairs. New Panama Cloth,
Xew Voile". New- I'tamine1. .iO-lnch ilo
luilrs. 50-lnc.h Sicilian and Jlistrals, In iv
erv new' sptlng shade.
9S.tll SfOTCIl 1IITLRCS. Wc.
Genuine Imported Scotch JIlTtures. jJ?t
like lien' Casshnere: the nobbiest
thine for Tallor-Jlade Suits and Walking
Suit.-: full Zt Inche-i wide; worth $2.0 a
yard; fur this sale only I3c.
j? i. -jr., iJi.r.o ad f.mt m.AClv silks,
ZO manufacturers)' odds and end of Black
SIIK- of the finet grade". Imported from
I.vons. France: every thread guaranteed
pure silk and free from any imperfec
tion: they consist of Peau de Sole", Taf
fetas. I.cuisines. Grosgraln". Satin Du
chese: not a piece in thl" lot worth le"s
than il 25 and many worth til") a ard.
5lf V.IMI SILK". 10c.
Fancy CoriJeJ Wash Silks, this season's
p.ittern". In oil the new stripes, in colora
of pink. blue, green, jellow, white, and
white and black.
Jtl.im MUiS. 4k-.
II" and ii) inch All-Silk Peu de Sole.
Ioul"ine and Peau de Uygne. In pinks,
light blues, green-, yellow", reds and twen
ty other ilirferenr shades: worth JlX) a
yard: sale at Oc a yard.
fi.(M) -.ioire TlFFirr.S. Slc.
Purr silk Jloire Taffeta. i inches wide,
and a most beautiful article for under
skirt", linings and traveling- coats.
Solid, so comfortable,
reversible cushions ..
..I A Week
A line of Enameled Beds
that cannot lie e-rcr-lled: ''
I A Week
beautiful colors, swell de
signs and the lowest price.
tvrr wttn wgg' :'ljN. mzi. w
SPij'1!iTri'''yV 1 S
1228 OLIVE STREET.
more.. He lived until 1:30 p. m... when he
He tv.19 73 years old, a widower ind bad
no children. He was In sood finar.ciil c!--cumstanoes
and 110-cau.se for the act can he
Klven. thntiRh it is known that he had been
despondent for t-ome time. The funeral wi'l
take place Monday.
Centralla. 11!.. JIarrh 7. Mr. J. C. Clonlnier
and Mrs. Cmma Jorter were inarrle,l at this
lilaee. Mr. Clonlnzer is a well-known fruit grow
er of Southern Illinois.
1 m m-wv
tit l.!,i (It. P.srl ,Mrl "fTAn..;ur.T.Ae
Continuing those Special Sales.
Fine White Goods.
-I5--.C1I FRKM-I1 l..-.. 1-U-.
The 2k? quality Fine Sheer French
I.awn. t.c inches wide; a yard. IK.
.vm. ii:it('i:iti.i:i -ii)n.. ric.
ALout H patterns of this i-iot desir
able of walt fabric"; regular ZfK qual
ity: a jard. IS
.' ri.ii .no :..)! f.i, i.m: iik miii:.
All the "hades and colors of Silk
jIou-"eline: a yard. J3c.
.-,lr 3IKRCKRI.KI) O.XFORU. r.'.tc.
Jaciuard patterns of Jlercerizcd Oxford-:
."A- value; a yard. CSc.
2!)c .MKRCHRIZnn 3IVI1RS. lSe.
K plecej-. slightly soiled and mussed
from handling; good patterns.
Spool silk, colors only v.i
3c ford Ure Binding, yard ..lc
Mc Black Pres? Shields 1- l-ic
2c Bov'-i Knee Protector" ..10c
10O yard" Basting Cotton, dozen ...Se
Sc liead Curlers - lc
Uc Shoe String, dozen Kc
5c Bos Bone Buttons, 2 for 3e
:3c Round Garter 10c
SZc -5-yard Remnants Frilled
Elastic 7 l--c
10c Children's Side Supporters -.3
."0c Foster's Hose Supporters.. .......S5c
10c Velvet Pm Cushions -3e
j Horn Hair P'ns 2 for Se
5c GotTs Mohair Braid .2e
2c Cotton Tape, black or white. ...lo
2'c Darning Cotton. t for ....c
19c Finishing Braid : - 10c
re Corset Stay" J l-3o
5c Taper Needles 2 I-2c
Do You Own a House? If So,
You Will Want
Let u give you an estimate on your
work. Tlie very best heavy gilt and.
embossed papers at
8 Cents Per Roll.
This Week's Specials.
..I A Week
Handsome, lasting:, all
stjles, fine finish
I A Week
Tlie cream of the mills, in
great variety; bright, lade- 1 Wnak
le rftlnre- anv nn. -nTt c- " llCBR
lect made and laid for $2 down and
Fancy Rockers, Si
In all the jrood I
J A Week
styles; our terms A Week
At your own price.
St. Lonh nnil Tcnn. Rtver I'ncket Co
STit. City or .memimiis
AV11I lrae wJiarTboat. foot of T'Ine
:-. street, xueiav. jiarcn 30. ar 3
'.r n. m rnr St. Marv. ("rand Towr.
C!ap Girar-Icaii. Cairo. MeiropolU. Fatfucah nirl
all landligs on Ohio. Curnberlaml and Tnn
see rhers to Vatfrloo. Ala.
JOHN 1Z. MAPSICGAU:. AEvnt.
rhoiigs faln A and A 112.
To Mrmnhlx, f 7.00 Honnd Trip, fir.OI',
InclnJlns Meals ami rterth.
Tor Che'ter. Grand Tower. Cape olrarJean.
Calm. Memtihis, Helena. Greenville. Vlekshurs
anil laniilncs on Arkansas ltlve'r lu Tine rrtufT.
gTACKKIl L.KR. Tuea.lar. March 11, S p. m.
From wharfboat foot Olive at.
Phones: Main iuo3A. Klnloeh a Tit.
n.K. Albitz. Com. .gt. D. M. Connor. Gen. Act.
ST. LOUIS. CHESHR, (HPc 6IRUL.!I LIML
Elegant Steel-Hull Steamer
will leave wharfboat, foot of FIn
street. Mondar. March 9. at' S o'clock
n. m for Fort ChnrSr. . ,.
GwMvlere. Cheater. T6. TVlttenbers;. Neelera.
Capo Girardeau and all war landlnjrs. Fhona
Main 16A. Klnloeh A lli
JXO. C MASSCXGAI.E. Asaat.
Eagle Packet Co.
n CAPE GIRARDEAU and COMMERCE
Str. GREY EAGL E
leaves wharfboat. foot of Vine St., Momlav-,
Mareh 5. at a p. m.. storplnc at all Intermediate
landings. II. v.. LETHE. Actnt,
I'lionea: Klnloeh C1CM: BeU Main 3S.
nairreiaioii, anjr eanse In pavholetrj.mrinontlUjreir.
fails to nltevet nfe. barmlcas: null: hosr lonff aap
worth JlJil to Si.'iOjd. -sale a I Use and
. 'Nf M?L