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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MAY 31. 1902. '
I c kl Pfck "A Gooi eeioiegii for anybody! All Havana Filler FL0R0D0RA' BANDS are bfssme value as tags From star; horse shoe. SPEARHEAD'. 'STANDARD NAW OLD PEACH & HONEr and LI. T.'TobaQQQ, IX T, LINK DIES IN COLORADO Bon of Rt. Gone Louis Architect Had West for His Health. Herman Tlvolor1 I.lnlc, son of Theodora Clink. a well-known architect of St I-ouK died ot Denver, Colo , Thursday of tttbrr culoils. llli body Is now on the v, ij to fit. Louis for burial. Mrs Link, who nai nt her eon'n befNlde when tho miJ oamc, Is uccoropaiolrc the lmilj to this ! Young Link wa". It years old He ai rradtiateil from the Smith Tl-mv in ISJ7 Land entered the employ of i o Slmrnoni Hvr"' " ! . I d HI- HIRAM TIIEODORK LINK. Son of St. Louis nrchltert. who died at. Detnrr Thursday. til ho contracted the srlp. nearly two yearn ago. Ills nllment settled fn his throix, and It was decided ho should ?o to Colorado At Colorado Sprints he licsi'i Improving and prospects for his recovery were bright until he wa8 ncain attacked wl'h the Rrlp. The disease settled In his chest on its sc ond lslt. Since that time the younj man's mother has been constantly nt hU hide. Ho was rcmoted to Icncr In a rcrlous co.-io.l-tlon. YoutiR Link was n membr ot the Cab anno Club and mingled with a Urge roci.il est. An hour before tho arrival at the Link family quarters In the Hotel Berlin of tho telegram nnnoundmr the death of ycur.tr Link ono wan received by he father Mat'ni; that his son was ery low. .Mr. Link had Intended to start last nlsht for tho oedside of his son. Arrangements hae not been completed for the funeral. It will take place Monday from the I-placopid Church of the Aeci n Mon, the Iteterend Doctor Wnchcster om clatlng. The burial will b In Xelletonfaine Cemetery. Township Jleetlnrn In Shelby. Bhelbyillle. Mo.. May 30 The Democrats of Shelby County will hold township meet lnss on Saturday afternoon. June 14, to choose delegates to a. County Contention to he held In this city en Monday, June 16. to celeot delegates to represent this county in the State and Judicial nominating conven tions, and also the bt. Louis contention to nominate n candidate for the St. Louis Court of Appeals bench mmm i Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar Signature of See Fec-Slmlle Wrapper Below. Tft7 oU and tut nmrf to tAke as mffax. FOR HEADACHE, FOR DIZZINESS. FDRCIUOUSNEU. FOR T0RP1I LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SUN. FORTHECIREPLUION -1 OBTfUZTtV WtTMWHOMTmi. asaaut CURE .CKHIADACHE. S I f Mm M HI ill rSffisffiffifiMrfrr&arKI www P 1 &'' 1 i Ell jT -v -Jit.'wM i SEOUBITY. I BARTER'S ilPILL. S-fe U : W EAST SIDE NEWS. T8 NAME DELEGATES TO TWO CONVENTIONS St. Clair County Democrats Will Meet at Belleville Judge Burroughs for Congress. The St. Clair County Democratic Conven tion will take pi ice nt UelleUlIc this aft-, crnoon Di legates and alternate to the Congressloml Contention In East St Louis next Saturday and alo the State Conven tion In Sprltifffleld. will be selected Thin far there Is no cindld.it. rr Con- I gress. but It Is undirstool that an effort '-will be made to lnducn Judge lien It Hur- roushs of Kdwirdsville to accpt tho noni- I Inatlon. In some quarters lat e-vening it was said tint Instructions would De nsKea for him Deh gates to the fetite Convertlon. It la understoood. will be requested to u their lrlluence to secure the nomination of J. L I'lckerlng for cltrk of the Supreme Court Ono resolution which it Is exptctid w'U be adopted unanimous is that respecting the courw of the pretnt Congrea-man Kred J Kern of l!eIlHllli, as a member of the national Legislature. The number of del i, lies from the vari ous townships In St il.iir Count entitle J to seats at lh contention lo-d ly are. IlelleUlle, 55. Casctlllo, j, Cinteriill1 STatluii, 11, liist s-i Ixju s, S3. Enstimann 2, Kiettetllle, .",. rrieburg, 5, Ibanon, 7, Lcnzburg. 2, Mnrlssa. ... .M.isccutah, 7. Mlll sladt, 6. New Athens, 5 O Pallon C. Prai rie du Long. 3. f-hlloh alle. i, Smlthton. 5. Stltes, 1 Stookij. 2, fet Clair, 7. Sugai Loaf. 3. Total, 21i linnr.MiniK. at iii:i.l.i:vii.lr. YrtrrnnN and KnlKht f tlilu Cnnilnct Mciiiorlnl Sertlees. nu.slnes" In IlellevIIlo was gener illy sua pended jesterday In honor of Mf mor al 'Day. Although the weather was bad, the parade was large The floral decoratlonsi whleh wprp nl.ir.rl on lh crates of the ! soldkrs In Walnut JII1I and other ceme teries' were unusual t elaborate t The serticea wtre In charge of llcriier i Pest. G A It The parade started in front of the courthouse and was maue up as iui lows. Armed squad. O. A It : High School pupils. Concord! i Hand, Hi ckcr Post, Union Vttiran legion, Serticemen Spanish American War. citizens on foot. Vtoman's' Relief Corps In contejances, and citizens In contejancis The parade passed oter tho principal streets of the cltj and dish inded at Walnut Hill Cemeter. There the programme wai as follows. "Iad, Kindly Light," Concordia. HanJ; ritual, "The Duty of the Day," by the post commander, 'Das 1st der Tag des Hern" Llcderkranz double quartet, Lincoln s Get ttsburg address and pracr, chaplain; "Hcst of All," Concordl i Hind. "To-day Is the Testltal of Our Dead." commander; "Wc Deck Their Grates Alike To-da"; oration William A Hodenbirc. "I'ber Allen Glpfeln Is Itnh." l.ijderkranz double quartet; as sembl call, buglor; "In Your Name My Comrades, officers of the day. 'Comrades by Thfsi Sertlct," chaplain, tiring stilute, O A It . taps, soundfd b the post bugler, hmn. "My Country, 'Tls ot Thee." sung by the niidknce. accompaniisl by the Concordia Hand. In Kast St Iyiuls the scrtlces were In charge of McDoell Post, G A It, and the lodges of the Knights of Pthias Ser tlces were held In St. Peter's Cemetery. The G A It programme was as follows The assembly was called to order by Will la' i L. Honehlll. 'ocal mulc, "America," led by W. It C. No . (5 A. P. . Intoca tlon, by Chaplain Conrad Gansert. patriotic exett-lse by school children. led by Mrs n M Halms; Addrrm b Commander Hone hill, Decoration by olllcer of the day. Vo cal mulc, "Just Hefore the Hattlc. Moth er", salute to the dead by firing party of Pons of Veterans, Introduction of orator Professor T J McDonouch, Vocal music, "Star Spanglid Banner," V It C. leading; Iltnf diet on, hv haplaln Gansert. Taps. Concluding tho services by decorating the grates of the Old soldiers The programme of the Knights of Pythias was as follows. Song 'Call to Arms" D. Class Glee Club. High School; prrfjer, the Iteterend J W. VanCIete; song, 'Illinois," Gle Club Octntte; address. J W. Harthol emi w, song, "Hlvouac of the Dead," Glee Club, address. Doctor .1. O. DeCourcy; song, "Home of rrecdom," Glee Club. Ileal i:tnto Transfers. Real estate transfers filed for record with County Recorder Charles Haefele at Belle tlllecsterday were Kmma Miller nnd husband to O A Miliar, yart of lot 13 Jloman's auI-IlvWon, block S4, Illinois City. warrant dtl, J, IJ Cufltus and lf" to John GrolT. lot 7 nnd lurt of lot 8, btick 41. N Clarmont addition, j..uit sit Ijouis. warranty anl. 11.4 s tt II lfauss nnd wlte to I"red Plate. lot U and 14. block 1JJ. Iif-meriild, warranty dfed. I.6"0 ' W Ljors and wife to Hettle Itaplte. lots 19 and 2, W M Lens's "rut addition, Morlssa button, warranty ded. ISyJ J K. Perry, by attorney, to Ltzzls Ownlffs-. lots 3 and 4, block ia, DenverIde. warranty d-d. 11) II A Krcltiohm to J R Uertliold t al . lota 1 to 9, block 1, Clements Heights subdlrlalon; warranty deed, llJJl II T Kt-ni-haw and wife to Louisa Grine. lot 14. block 3. Itnshaw place, Kaat bt. fouls, war ranty deed. 13jO. II. Hecknkamp and wife to Ilauch Mllllnr Conpanr. lot 1. Columbia place, Uelletllle, war rant! deed, IC.&0. M I: JohnKton and wl to i: J Abt. lot ?. Litlngton-s addition, Kast nt iouls, waiTanty deed. iZ.-'M K J Alit to Mary L. Kejs. samo property; warranty deed. I3.7M) , O A Miller and wife, to II V Sexton, part section is. T 2. N 9. warranty ded, Jl J t ColIlKnon and wife to Louiia mocker, lots 17. IB. block 4 Kurrus place. Kast St IyJuli. warranty deed, VA If. J Fink, truner. to 3. N. I'enrod et al . part lot 22A, Cahokia Commrns; warranty ded, 14 VJO I. II. Johnston nnd wife to Roidna Sauerweln. lot 3SR. block 40. .vr Athens- quitclaim deed. It Alex I'felffer and wife to II It fcpencer. trus tee, part lot 40. caa Tract. CentervlIIe fetation; warranty deed. 135. Adam Jung, trustee, to Louis Orandcolas lot 22. Suburban place, section 17, T 1. . 8. war ranty deed. J22J ... .... Nellie V itccaslnnd and husband to Herman llohweddor. lot US Central place .No. z. Kast ft Iymln. w-arrantv dee.1 $1 J A. Ferry by attorre. to H T Fink, lots 20 and 31. Alta ?lta. warranty deed ItCO fcamo to same, lots 1 and 2. blok 110. Denver side; wamntv deed n.l'-O V W Kraft. trute to Edw Huolhli. lrt 4 and part 3 and 5. block 5 Arlington plac. Bast fit Louis; warranty deed, 11 IijO G J Stark by eieemrr. to T J nealy. lot SA subdlttston lot S. subdltlslon Cabokta, Commons; executor's deed. $9 250 , T J HeaH to T L - Fekete. am property; warrnnt deed P.700. II W ttalsh and wlf to Mnry n. Robinson, lots IS to 22. block 1". Uextei's second addition Kast St Louis warranty deed. 11 OW Same to same, lots 11 to b, block 8. same ad dition, warranty deed. 11.1J) Klnrman A Co. to R. H Klnnnfiran lot 9, block 5. Rutledgo it Hortcn's addition. Rnst St. Louis, warrantr deed. 1100 Aiurust Adelo nnd wife to Henry Toni, part of lot 3 block 2. De Haan-Drummond's subdl tislon. East 5t Louis, warranty deed. J0 Ida Pchmldt to Marv Dnimmon 1, lot &, blork I. I'hlllp Wolfs subdivlrlon. East St. Lluls; quitclaim deed. Mi T T. FekitA and wife to Dora R. f5nurhlln. lot 31 Fekete place. i;ast St I,ouls; warranty deed. W) Dora K Couichlln and husband to J II. Hard ing, same propertj . warranty deed, JltO"? K W rtest. Jr. to I'erd Zlmmerer. lot 11. Hraun's second addition, Belleville, warranty deed. UK J H Mshan and wlfs to Marcle SeWuter, lot I. block . Philip Wolf's subdltlslon. Kaat St Lnuis warranty deed 12.100, H J. Do Haan and wife to Benjamin Rlack well lot R. block 3. De Haan's subdlylsion. Win stnnlev Park, warranty dw1. Jtt3 R. W frkklng. trustee and wife to W n At kins, lot 3. block 4, Efflnrer place, Wlnsianley Patk; warranty deed, ntK). Edsrnd Aliend's nccepttoxt. Edward Abend last eveninir celebrated his eightieth htrthdav anniversary and also tho fortieth nnnlversary of his presidency of tho Belleville Satlngs Bank. The Inclement weather prevented the lawn reception which had been planned and Instead a reception was held In Mr. Abend's home. It was one of the largest receptions ever held In Belle tille. Ilellevllle Ttesra Notes. An address entitled. "From Sinai to Cal vary." was delivered last night by tbx Reverend Samuel Trender of Rrooklyn. N. Y.. at the school hall of St. Paul's church. The metal polishers will glrsj a danoa tbj evening at Huff's Hall. Mrs Charles Rrncker attrtalned friends at Prlester's Thursday. . Miss Annie Flint of 6aleai. IB., U rlsttlnr Mrs F. A. Rehymer. Miss Sophia Gasfenachmldt rava a party Thursday eteninz;. Mrs. Arthur Relnbold entertained friends Thursday &t her home on Lebanon avenue, The will of Henry Schaefer was filed for probate Ha made small bequests to hla daugh ter and left the greater part of his estate tohls sona. Mrs Arthur Nelmerer jnve a luncheon Thurs day afternoon at her home on East B street Si. Joseph's Chnrch Service. The first service of the new St. Joseph' Church In East St. Louis, will He held to morrow In Judson's Hall. Broadway and Thirteenth atrteta. Tho Reverend Thonua S. Bannon will conduct the services. EAST ST. LOUIS. nAsif;-VAi.nPFiJi. MAnnnon. ABDonncement Surprised nr!dc Pri renta nnd Friends. Friends of Miss Frieda Hanslng, the pretty and accomplished daughter of Doc tor and Mrs A. H Han"lrg of East St. IjjuIs, were surprised e'terday by the news of her marriage at St Charles, Thursday to Henrj J. H. Waldepfel of St Louis. Doctor and Mrs llaning were not ap pristil of theii daughter's marriage until late Thursdaj etenlng The couple had bcert eng iged an I thtre was no opposition to their marriage It was thought, howeter. that the would not get married until fall. They will lite In St Louis Hast l. I.onin Items. A ladles hllllird tournament began Thursday at the headquarters of th- laks Otto Ilobertj was fine 1 13 by Justlc- noyn on a chuise cf dislurblng the rieac Mr and Mrs t L Harris caie a receptlrn at Dlehl Hotel 1hurfda en'ng The chemistry c ass of the High & hool tlltel the Otar Sector Caju Compin s i 'ant etfr tlM The Public School Art fsvlet) will hold it? regular monthii meeting Mondaj rtenlnr; Mrs Theo Iluddl sti n will glie a reading and ricltat at Music Hall on rrluay eeninx Xor the benefit or Herrletta Hvpltal Chief of Police Herman ( Hauss has been announced to read a .arer before the Intematlm al Association of Pllc. I lilefs nt the annuil ccntmtlon In 1M3 Me-srs Frank Haurs and Frank Nlm- hate ball wllh the Shrseport team TRI-CITIES. STniKiniS SI ItlMIUMI TR1I.NS. "MI1 .tn AIIotv Men I'roni SI. I.nnla to Land nt Granite Clly. A-. each train from St Louis draws Into the station at Granite City it is surrounded bj a crowd of the striking molders, helpers and those who h ite come to the city to tako their places arc not allowed to leate the "r"' f2.rcf,'' '" rcm--ln n the train and return tu St Louis t,.!" th.e ? -clck train renched the w , i!e?5Mfay e,;enlnS " cro"'- number ing about WO strikers and sjmpathizers were- waiting About twenty men were on the train nnd expecting to go to work, but were forced to remain on the cars and re turn to bt. Louis The molders' helpers have been out at the works of the Amer tan Steel and I ounury Compmy for about two w eeks. The men are confident of success and say since they hate been out but a few help ers hate gone to work. So far no violence ?."!, Inform those locking for work of i.rjrlka,' thf' afe wiling to return to St, j a Smc; xh" strike "- men hate formed a union. To ltelr-Ild IIiiKpr Holllncr Mill. According to W. A. McGlllery, superin tendent of the ILager Rolling Mill that was destroed by fire last month, the plant will be rebuilt at once. A force of men nate been buy clearing awaj the debris Ufil'Vi h00n Si? ihc 9lt ' c'earel bulldlns operations will be pu-hed The mill for" merly gave cmplomeiit to 60J men. but it Is stated the capacity will be doubled. Car Works Close Down. The American Car and Foundry Com panj s works ot Madion hate been cioed since Thursday, throning marl l.VW me.) ""t. of emplojment temporarily. Orllclals of the company state that the suspension was due to nonarrital of material and that they expect to resume with full force Mon day morning. snppose.l to Hate Ilfcn Drorrned. The authorities hate been unable to locate J. 8 Speed who disappeared from a flat boat moored near the Terminal bridge Sat-hn,.-lyc.iml.ha..e concluded that he must have fallen in the Itlter. Speed was tratel- fn.?nn0wnTtrrnm on.u" "nt boa' with his family. They tame from Dubuque. Combined .school Picnic. vTv,e.,50.mbn'',1 schools of the Trl-Cltlcs held their annual -picnic yesterday after- n-'n,i.atrs'!'mnb.r.ooVs 3ark' )- beyond Granite City. Almost cter pupil of the schools of the three cities was present. JERSEYVILLE. JIEC.MOX OF JACODT FAMILY. Mnrly-SIx Descendants Met at lirlghton for Annan! I-rogroitiniF. The Jacoby family, one of the largest In Central Illinois, held a reunion jesterday at Brighton. The affair was in keeping with a custom established ten years ago. - The Jacoby family was founded by Hnry ?? fvSRfr i?c?by- '"-others. wh0 .. . . .,, 4,uiii nuieij-six are living. - r. ' . "- "v-tAu iiiririDcrs or ino fam Iv are hurled t , D-i-i.. V. ".' fh . wfl' waB DartI,lIIy respmalbls for i" -v. iv "..,r"U DI lne annual reunion Lach Decoration Day the living gather and in i file, i .1es or ,ne departed cnes. and following this a special literary nnd music programme is given. Following the dinner yesterday a special programme was git en In the German Methodist Church. The tF'S. part ?f ,hs German Cnurcli at Brighton consists of members of the fam- .., ... .. w,o -uiinirKuiiuij prepara tie din ner. Which wnn snreml nn .Ha n...k t The pastor, the Reverend Vf Ncutz-mn. presided at the reunion. Two t Ix)"s pastors, tho Iteterend If. C. Iarob- pactr of the German Methodist Chur-h 'n Grand avenue, and the Reverend T V. Jacobv who for ten vt nrs tr. ii.a Tn..i.-iiK. -,..l of the St. Louis G-rman Metholl t Dietrict, nc urnuciiuHHis It inn jnCOPS all? Ja- coby, the widow ot the Revereni Mr. Ju cobv. nnd fnmtlv Ttre nrAun. .. .u- . unlon jesterdaj, as wet also Doctor C. Jc seph and Henry Pfaff, granJchlUre.a, from Mlmhep. fpnm Tomau. fir n.t t.h. Alton. HorkhrMire .To.lrenn.tlll. j .i surrounding towrs were present. EXEnCISRS AT JEKSnYVILLE. Appropriate Cerrmonlnl nt Onk Grove Cemetery. Decoration Day was observed at Jersey vllle jtsterdny with special exercises under the auspices of Lowe Tost. No. 2S5. Grand Army of the Republic. The programme was prepared under the direction of the post commander. Captain J. H. Duffleld, as sisted by the Reverend Stephen Catt, R. C. Gledhlll and John Hargraves. The procession was formed nt thm Pmrt. house scjuare at 2 o'clock, and headed by the guard and Hag and the Jerseyviile Clty Hand. took up the line of march to Oak Grove Cemetery. Following came the mem bers of Lowo Post and visiting mt?n bers of the Grand Army, then the Woman'B Relief Corp. Sons of Veterans, citizens and children of the Jerseyviile public schools. At the cemetery the ritual and sertlce were he'd nt the Soldiers Monument- Selec tions were played by the band, and the Twentieth Century Indies' Quartette sarg. The principal add-es of the day was deliv ered bv Ildward Miner of Currnllton Til Readings were given by Misses Crone nnd Fanny Catt, tha benediction being pro nounced by tho past's chaplain, the Rever end Mr. Catt. The graves of the soldlr dead were dec orated with flowers contributed by the citi zens ot Jerseyviile. 3IOXUME5T TO LOST SOLDIERS. Impressive Ezerelaea Marie the Dedi cation at Flaaa. Impressive memorial sertlces ware held yesterday at Plasa. the occasion belng the dedication of a monument to the lost sol diers. The exercises were undtr the auspi ces of Jf. B. Bluford Post. No. 246. Grand Army of the Republic, at Plasa. which erected the monument. The dedicatory oration was delltered by tha Reverend T. Harley Marsh, pastor of the First Baptist Church at Jacksontllle, III. In addition to the oration seteral vet erans made addresses and a special musts programme was lven by the choirs of the Baptist and M. E. churches. The monument, which waa designed by W. H. Houghtlln of Jerseyviile. stands 12 feet high. The base Is In four parts, sup porting the marble shaft, which Is sur mounted by a flnlal with a United States shield of the Stars and Stripes. This ij capped with a. grouping of cannon halls On the shaft Is the emblem of the Gnn.i Army of the Republic. Below this emblem on one side Is the Inscription. "Erected by N. B. Bluford Post, No. 245. in Memory of tha Unlocated Dead, Who Enlisted From the Vicinity of Plasa and Whose Names Are Inscribed on This Monument," On the opposite side are the names of the missing soldier". They are John P. Hale Company F. Seventh Illinois Infantry I. P. Clark. Company G. Slxty-elxth Illinois Infantry: Hiram Andrews. Company F Seventh Illinois Infantry; Henry Robins Company F. Seventh Illinois Infantry- Wil liam McKendree Peter, Company a. sixty sixth IUlnoU Infantry; .Hugh Porter. Ctom pany F. Seventh Illinois Infantry; John Darr. Company II. Eight j -eighth Illinois Infantrj. Henry Cramp, Company G SUtj Mxth Illinois lnfantr These eight "soldiers enlisted In the Fed eral Arm and were lo-sl or killed during their terms of enlistment Etery effort put forth by relatlts and friends proted futilo in each case, nnd all were git en up many ears ago as lost. ahhjgi:i rim unit nnTii. Miss Ilnnrr, Mortally III. Purchases Hnrllll Casket nnd Monument. MIs Lucy E Bom r of Jersey County is seriou III at her home in Hujle Tonn-iilp, nine miles northeast of Jersejtllle, of c n sumption Her family nnd friends despair of her reeotery .Miss Boner Mhares In the opinion of her rettites. an 1 b'lieting th it dissolution wis mar. a fiw d. ys .uo re quisled her fam.l to bring hir to Jersej tllle Remonstran es did not lesen ner desire and k lorulnglj she was b f.uht to Jersv) t I1Ip In a !o-cd f.imaije When siie arritcd si e wis t iken to th"1 home of John Harringer, who called an at-torne-.at-law. and her will was drawn and ncknowltslai d She then transferred i tra I of fort acrs of land to her brother Wil liam A lioncr. for JI & With part of the. monet she purchased a burial taskei, and alvi a" monument 1 he residue of the mom t realized from the sale of the land .as plicd In the bmk to await dlsfibatlun ic eordlng to the protls'on.s of the will Mi's Honer w u, thtn drltm to In r coun tr home, much v akcried pb" sic ill, bit pleased thit her wl-h.s lad ln-ca gruifi d i-ihc told h r inends tint she cuiilu be (on tented during th rrt of her da a tn liurdi n of a suit ible prepiraiion fir the i d had been lifted Misj Honer Is 31 jears old, and a ilaugh ter of Mrs William Honer She has three brothers w Illiam A o' ri-'e-iitj, John and Edward of Kane Miss Honer Is ros.esrd of considerable propirtj, most of wnlch Is jersonal ite for rtiti:(n: unituti. Sirs. II. s. Hood Pollutes n Trnct Jenr Conrtlionsc. Doctor II R Gledhlll. secretary of the Library Hoard at Jer-evIIle e.strda re ceited n letter from Mrs. I; S Hood and daughter, Miss Elise Jackson, both of Jer setille, but who arc (-pending the summer at New Lebanon, N l . on their wa homo from the Bermudas donating n trai t of land to the new C lrnegie L urar site, re cently purchased l.t the Ubrar Hoard The site secured was that f tnc ra-sunage of the First P ptist Church md is "isu ated on the west -Ide of the Courthouse squire Mr". Hood and daughter presented the board i tract adjoining ihe re ir of the site, which-will glte the library a tract extending through the block The library will cost $li)f). Andrew (arntglc nat.n presented the- cit that sum fur its con struction Jrrsej t lllf 'Notes. Doetor M H Thterlncton ft Jersey t We ye3 terd reported til s Cornelia Tejlo- ot Paradise. wN tiecame uldmlv dement'"-! in ies, nrf fe attempt of her fanr J .hn Taj I r to Uk- her mothers ate is s rnewait tmpr el aim men her corditlrn wis -t 11 s.rlous if was iineon selous during the greater p irtl n of ye-.t r.la The .mdillrn of her father rernlned inehansel Senator T S C ap-non ot Je scj Mile depart, d for .Sew lork jt-tirua on an t-at-nl-d Lusirt-ss trip The Reterend J G Klene pastor of the First Preshjterlan Church at Jerrctllle, yeslerda entertalred hl brttl er. Atts-ne II J Klene and .Mrs Klene of bt I.oul" Mrs Mary Hahne of ;a!hvl!e. 111. and ill-s Viola Klene of Oak dale. Ill Contractor Robert Curdle yesterday com menced tho concrete work on t e Btre-t pitlng at Jersej .lie He stated the entire Job would be. completed within ten dajs Sews was recelicd at Jcreyvllle jesterday of the death of B Taj.or aent for the Chi cairo and Alton Railroad at rinKIUI 1, III . earl jeiiterilav morning frrm Irlurl s rtcele.i fc b lng struck L-, a train Tajlor was formerly operator for tho Alton road nt !er-,.iil ALTON." cnowivs Aiuioit or nMili:nD. Rain Intrrfcrffl With Mrinorlnl Iluy Ixpri'IscM. A drizzling rain Interfered to a crc-tt ex tent with the Decoration Day exercises at Alton yesterday afternoon. In the morn Ins Hrffe crowds assembled it the ceme teries at Upper Alton and North Iton aid assisted In th work of dicoratlnp; the Krae9 of the soldiers The dccor.itSon was under the direction of Alton I'ott, No 4-11. Grand Arm) of the Republic. In the mornlns Alton J'ost w-ent to Up per Alton on street cars, In chir,e of Com mander A. P H'rrln, and nccompanl'd by the White Hussar Hand Thre short ttr Ires were held oer the prates of tho rol dlera burled In Oakwood ftmeter. Tho post then went to North Alton, where sim ilar tributes of resiprct to the ,nemury off the warriors were paid. Yebterdaj afternoon tho principal exer cfeesi of the day wre held at the Alton City C'emcterj Major A V. Young hid Issued a proclamitlon requesting the bjsi ness houses to close for the afternoon, and business In tho city wan practically sus pended The procecslon of ritlzens and soldiers formed nt the City Mali r-,quarc at 2 o'clock and marched to the cltj Cemeterj.. The procession was heade-d b the White Muss,ir Hand, followinR which cime the members of Alton Post, then the Alton Naval Mllltl i. fraternal organizations pupils of the public schools and citizens. William Hiuer wan the prand marshil At the Cltj Cemeterj' addresses were de livered from a platform irected ndjolning the Soldiers' Monument The-first speaker was former Lieutenant Governor E O. Stanard of St IxjuIs He had Just com menced his address when the stand brok" down. No one was Injured Attorney C J. Dojie of Greenfield III. followed Governor St in ird. Attornej DOjle spoke for nearly an hour on "Progress of Llbertj-." Following this oration short addresses were delivered bj' the Heverend G W Shepherd, p.is'or of the Sixth Street M V. Church and the Itiverend II M Chitten den, rector of St Paul's lJpi3cop.il Church. Alton ite-j mul IVrifinnlN, Th- pond annual picnic of the Lincoln School of t'ppr Alton will be gl,en to-day at Hock fcprlntu Iark. The Reerenl Doctor M TV Twine anl th- Kf-iercndj I M Un'eman and A C Iiirrow, the Alton mlrltrs who att-n !-! th- I!irtlt an nierari'3 at i-t Paul, retu-ned jesterdij. Theodore Sauerwlne of Unloi, Mo, Is a lcltor In Alton. The public school at fiodfrey closed yesterdiy and a muIc and Uterarj entTtainment rai rlv-'n b tht rtuptln la ei erlrr In the Hrst Cun greKfltional Qiurch of that place The North Alton public school dosM yesterday Th nnnuil school picnic, which has len Riven for thlrtj-two coneutlte jear will tak plac Monda next nt tho .North Alton Park The memb"p of Fleur d Ll-t Ixdge of th Knlchts of Pjthlift. at Alton will rie thflr in nunl excursion on th stein.trr Hill City July li Albert J TValtemad of Alton departed yeb terdaj for Lincoln. INeti to attend the annual reur.cn ofhl family to-daj Tho occasion t.111 also b the silver wtsldlnc onnliersary of hli parents. Mr. and Mr Herman Ualtemad-, anl the polden wedding annUrsar" of his grand parentf, Mr. and Mrs II Tl Helwlff. Edrrnrdsi Hie ir. Memorial 'xerclfeg er r-otrotid yesterday on account of th- rain and vi 111 be h-Md f-unday. The authorities of ".Vaukean. Mich , re fused to honor the reiulMtlon pip-rs fcr the re turn of Robert I Lyden wanted In Mi l!on Cojntj for attempt to murCer and Fheriff Jo seph Ilotx return I Iat nlcht without hi man Oranlto City has prernitl another bill for smallpox expenf to tre -bounty Board and th accounts were conj-I Jered nt a rpeclil mctlnff of the Emeri:-ncy Commltt-1. which decided not to allow them Granite City has a suit of J20,f agrilnst the countj for h ears smallpox ac counts, and the bill presented covering this year to date amounts to nirly J1C0 Democratic prlmirics will le held In the twenty-three towahlps to-night, and th county contention will tak plac at Elwardvlll- Mxn day Jude TVIlIlam P Early has mmed a: mm ler cf that Counts Heart cf Itelew John Fible of Altcn. Wllllim Wrh of Venice and John It. Sutt-r of Edwardstille. HIGH WATEr"AR0UND"LAWT0N. Woods Claim in .New Town Is Re ported Submerged. Wichita, Kas , May 20 A m-as'jaffe from Jjawton. O T., to th Eagle to-nleht fia-a that ther 1h four fet of water In the ton pile of Walters and that the transaction or business Is Impossible. Eery stream In Comanche County Is a rajrlnff torrent and heavy loss of life N feared. An unknown troellnB man was caught In Gache Creek and ho and hH team and busrey wero ;wept away. He was un doubtedly drowned The Wood claim at Law ton I covered by water and a current &j0 feet wide was running throuph It. Much loss of ropcrty 1b indicated by Cache Creek belnp b'ockaded In places by dead anlmaK farm Imple ments and household gojds eHternerK In Jieir York. nnprnjLic special. Vw York. May 20 Araone the arrlvali . .In. Via Ala fiara fn-dot norn t Vi a. fn1tnm -mt kW liviiiijo .vw v mmj '.a v.- uiiw?- - imr Westerners: I St Louis Mrs. A. Beechr. Mrs A. J. Mc carty, Broadway Central: Mrs. M, Block, fl IT, Ilassett, J- H Wright. Manhattan; E. Nathan, Jr. B Seasongood. "V I Well, Navarro JL Sellgman. T. C Fogrty, Herald Souare; Mrs. J. 5. Butler. Mies H. Rathbone. C. F. Joy, TValdorf: E SllTerthorn, D. M. Bod, Mr. M. Melnhard, Grand Union: J. C- Parker. P. M. Rankin Imperial: W, D Orth-Imer Holland; A. H. Ifebbard. Murray Hill: J. E. Hungerford, St, Denis; W. J. Lasher, Criterion; Miss TraiL A tnr. Kan-saa City H. James, Manhattan; L. C Borle, Criterion. St. Joseph H. M. Hundley and Mr? Hundley, He Hand; S. Aken, Baxtholdl. STEAMBOATS. Wri'ER MISSIMII'Pl. DIAMOND JO LIKE STEAMERS. H - Tor Popplet&n. Hamburg. Moz!eri '- ! 1 jrlrul ill f nlllaloni lrne,IV.I --SrM ".jonianii-. ss-j u . .u.iu liauilliwu, '--'' Qutncy and Keokuk, hteamer SII NI3r leaves Saturday, May 21. 4 p.m. FOR ST. PAUL And Intermediate Potnu. yiuiaiuu DUBLaUB lae Hondi June 2. at 4 p. m , frtm wharf bont twji ot Uaahtcxton a.e Tel Main 2447A I. P. X.USK, Gen Ant. For LonUlnnn, I ppor Mlftnlf.rilppt, IarI-.fi Hie. IInnilurr, Morler'A, 1'op plcton nntl all Calhoun Connty l.anflliiK , MIR. flKIJ.i; OI' CAI.IIOL.N ! leaves whariboat foot of locust tret WeJnea iit ind Miurday at i p m H unJ trip, ln t cliiUms mala an) berth i J) t ii irv j-t. stirvi-v t f-i Vt-or" Main 232 General Ant. EOVVHH MISSMSIPPI." St. Luis-Chester -Cape Girardeau Una. Daily Service. STIt. CIT Or MIKPFIULD. WI1 ne wbarfbeat. foot ct Pln- tret, Mgb dai, cdn-aB and Frtdays at 4 d m. fof Oiacd Toner and all Itf-dinr snt. ciii:m"Uh Will leave ru's'ajo Thurday and Saturday at 4pm for Cape Girardeau and all principal IandlrRs Qulik. tim. Mat accommodailoos. iT;on--, MdlD 4-iA an A 112 JOHN K MASSINGA.LE. Agent. LEE LIKE STEAMERS. To MrtnpliU, ST.OO Hnuntl Trip, 1M0.00 IncltillrK Meala and Urth Per Chtr. Cirund Tf wr t.ape Girardeau. t ro aiemrhH and all way Undlngi, taklnc ft eisht for all way landing, through to New Orkirs ani Undines on Arkansas !tler to J'ln IltufT ni:i -a I.cr Tuesday Jure 2. 5 p n i'LTTLKs i.fc.1, rrid-ij June C 5 P m. ri ni ntiiiltioat fc,t of Olive i-t 3'honei Main 10Z Klnlocn A 78 i: Albiiz Com Ast. U. M Connor. Gn. EAGLE PACKET COMPANY 'I he Onlj Milr-Ubrel Steamer lor ! CAPE 0!BARDEAU, COMMERCE Anl all nay landings, .learner Cape Girardeau 1' iv.s wlurfboai toot cf '.Ira ac Monday MCd f-ridajs. p m llllnnla River. h'r IJald Hide tor 1'corla and alt air landlnca, V edncr-days lid SalurdAjn 4pm rhone Vain 33 H. W LETHa Aant- COI.tilimt PACKKT C1IMPA.NT. The only regular Sis. OcnevlBTs, Bt. liarra an CTeatsr pscket, hTKAMCR COLUMHIA, LeaTM eTerr Tu.fday Thursday and Saturday at 4 p m from Diamond Jo wharfboat. Hl'.NTER DEN' JENKINS, (.antral Acrat. 1 hone Main 2 1.7 A sf7LOUlS& TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET CO. For Chester; Wlttenberir. Grand Tow er, t'dpe i.irardeau. Cairo. Paducah Vy-lanl all nclnta on Ohio. Cu-ibtrland ana iPnr,.e riverr .STK M fit CITY OF MCMPIIIS; VV 111 leav. wharfboat, foot of I'lne at., Monday, June 2. ac 5 p m JNO n MASSEVGALE. Aient. Phone J'ain -ISA and Kinloch A 112. RIVER NEWS. Rlae nnd Pall of the Rivera For 21 houra endinc at 7 a. m.. Bt Louis. Friday. May 30. 1J0:. Ftitlcrs tianitcr Gaue Caanco Pltteburc 2-'0 8.1 -i.1 Parktrsburg C6 o 7 4 -0 S Onelnnitl 5') 0 J 0 -0 7 IyiUlsillle 20 8 3 -0 2 .Naalnille 410 3S -0 1 Chattanooga 33 0 4 4 1 4 rirrcnce U3 2 5 -0 i Johnsoivlllo 210 3 1 0.0 Evansvlllo 3S 0 us -Q.0 ht Paul H 7 0 -. Iiubuque IS 0 10 9 -0 3 davenport 15 0 10 2 -0 2 Keokuu 15 0 10 0 2 Dts MOInes Rapids 5 8 -0.2 I'eorla HO :nit'-i 23 0 . .. Omaha "0 10.0 -OS Kan.j. City 21 0 12 3 -I.I lloonvllle 20 0 Hermann -4 0 13 0 -0 Ft I.oul- TOO ISO 1. CTe-ter 30 0 13 5 'It Cairo 45 0 20.3 2 2 Jlemphl" 33 0 9 0 )i Utile Itock - 23 0 17 -0 i Mcksbure 45.0 14 5 -J 1 "hrcveport 29 0 8 4 .-10 New Orleir 1(0 5. -0 2 Itl'o. -I alb Hirer Torecait. The rlTr at St. Iul will begin to fall a11e-.t-ly to-day. niter anil Hnslneaa. Harbor ffauges yetrday marked 18 feet, no change t-lrwr indicated In the last 24 hour Buslne j along- th- river front yesterday wM flow, owlnjc to the holiday. Receipts, however, wtr, up to th av-raae eather wet an 1 cloudy. To-I)ay'a Weather. Trobably warmer. Arrived. Fprad Eijfle .... Utile of Calhoun , Alton ..Clarksvlll Departed. City of Sheffield.... ar,e Ulrardeiu Pefra le -...Grand Tower .'. Commerce Memphis Hirer Hlnltn nrevUlei. Th Sidney from K-okuJc arrived early this mornlnr wltn a Iirije patronage of freight and jasseners j-he will depart on the return trip thlt afternoon Captain I I' Lusk of the Diamond Joe Line returned jesterday from a two days' business trip to potnta on the UpptT Uiver liuslness waa re ported brisk along the line Tho Dubuque, from t. Paul, li du to arrive to-morroiv e-venlrs1 or late Monday morning. Sn will leave Monda at 4 o clock on the return trip, touching at Intermediate points. The Cajw Girardeau left for Commerce yei teraay afternoon with heay careo and good cabin IIt- The hpreid lgle waa In from Alton and departed for Grafton. The Bald Kale Is due to arrive to-day from Peoria and will lae on the return trip at 1 o'clock, fcho is reported to have a large fre'ht manifest for St. Louis The Belle of Calhoun arrived yesterday from Clirksvlllo and her regular landings She will aie for Louisiana and way landings at 4 o'clock thU afternoon The Peters I-e went out yesterday evening on her regular trip to Memphis. Sh- carried a good patrnnaK of fnlght and a full cabin Captain Kdward Noland of Memphis lflel the Ic-e vetcrdty. renewing old acqialntanc-s He will, return on on of the packets of the L-e Lin The City of Sheffield left on her regular trip to Grand Tower yesterday The Chester will te In this morning irom th same point and d-part at 4 o'clock in th afternoon on the return trip Th Columbia will bo In to-day from Chester and clear at 4 p m for the return Advices receded show that she Is bringing In a havy freight manifest and a large passenger Uft. The City of Menu hi arrived early this morn ing from Florence. Ala. hhe will receive until Monday afternoon, when she will leae on the return trip for the same point. The Polir ai e. with a tow of ties, ar rled ye-terday from th Lower RIer Captain Fred Daft anl Arthur Mlllr were In charge. Cade fctewart of the Tennesje R!er Packet Companv departed jesterday for St. Joseph, Mo., on a vllt to relatives. The Mary Mlchsel derartd yeeterdny for th Upper River with Kdward Cahalan at th- wheel Georpe Word ward of Mmph!s is coming up with the ple.ur launch, Perll Dax Upon her arrival. Oby Cahalan will take charge and take; her further Lp the streim. Captains B-n Berrj and Trim TTadilngton of the Peters Le were tif-ltorj at Harbor 2S It wn- reported that Captain J B Goodrich ! on of the new members of th tarbor Despite' the threatening weathr, both the Cltv of Providence and Hill City on their trlpi to Jefferson Hirracks carried large crow ds of vterans and visitor Ily Tcleffrapfa. rXTUBMC SFECIALS Memphis. Tenn , May 30 The river hre Rtands 10 3 fett on tne gauge, a rife of 1 2 feet in la-t 24 hours The Rfs Lee arrlre.1 tftli morn'ng from St. Louis with 1,-liV. pakaites of merchandisa for thle piac anl returned at 1 p m. with a gocd trip The jame Le dritt ed at 5 p m for Friar's Point. Th had! Ix-d-parted at 5 p. m. for Athport. The Ctty of Idaho departed at 4 p m for Fulton. Th Joph It Williams, from New Orleans with a big mix t tow rf barge, passed up at 7 a. m for tn Ohio River Receipts by the river to-day were 47 balei cotton and ! f-aeks cotton teed Mck?burg, MI , Ma 20 The rler ro a lit tle tc-day. Th Delta is du from Memphis. Mr. Frank Fisher and Mr Ferruscn and Captain Morgan all returned on the ateamr Elk from I.nk Palmyra, where they west to arch for the mlslng bodies, who wer lot on the Prov ilence Thy exploded about flft, peunds of dynamite, but nothing could b dn to recover the br)di. Mr. Flher reports that th watr In the lakn U tlll very cold and he thinks that whn th bodiei are found rr com to the. top cf their own accord, they will be In a preserved state. PiMacah. Ky., May 30 River gauge read 12.7 feet. Th Joe Fowle- arrled from Eransvil' at 7 o'clock thl-i morning arl left on return trip at 10 30 a m The City cf Clifton from St, LojIs arrived at 8.30 a. m. and left for the Ten ner River at 11 t2f p. m The Dirk Fowler and Mary Stwart left at 9 o'clock this morning with a big negro excursion party from Mound City. III. Chester. Ill . Mar 1 Down Boats Rufall Lord and bargee, 7 last night: Cheu'er. II last nlgnt; Columbia. 2 a. m Up Sbeffie d, 3 o'clork last right; Exporter and tow. 1 a. m.; Colum bia, 13 30 p. m Pearle Davis and tow arrived at 13 noon with disabled engine, completed re pairs and left for up th river at 5 p. m. Cloudy and cool; gauge 14 8 feet and rising. Grand Tower. Ill, May 30 Cheater down at 230 a. m. Ruisll Lord down at 5 a. in. City of Memphis cp at ISO p. m. Chester -op at 4- p FINANCIAL THIS IS THE The M , K. 4 T. Oil Company's books close to-day at (5 p in. All or ders received by that time will participate in the June dmdecil of 3 per cent, which will be paid June 15. If you place your order to-day for "Kity" stock, you may reserve pay ment until the close of buiness,Tuesday,June3, as on that day oar monthly report will be forwarded to Ihc home office nt Reatimout. Stock will be held for you upon request either by wire, letter or phone. Phone, Kinloch A 1763. Missouri, Kansas k Texas Oil Co., Suite 14, Laclede Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. WLUm ST. Arrival and Pepartorr of Train" at Lnioii Mullou. Dally. j;s-atiirdj.y airl Sunday tlJaii except faunday. only. .Sunday oniy jfc.jccpf -Monday. U-aturday c uly. Ually --xce;t baturoay. U. A U. -. II. IC. Train. LeDJ.rt. Arrive. Clriclnn itl, LcuHIIle, Waih- nrtr.n Ital llrrr.r I'll! .a1.- pliia ard -New .rk Ksrreis 2fJ&ara 1.C5 Lancirrati, l. ji.vine, I'liis burs. Uahlnt,ior. tialtlmorr. i'filu lf-Iphta and !.tw lork Kant Mali S.O) pra Onclcnaii Acccmmodaticn . .. t t-.nc.nniti. ivouisvim I'ttis uurK. Uuhingtcn iMltlmore. I'hllar1lnnl rd .w Ycrlt icni it rl i i-rtf.i 5 tVl a riora Accommcilatlon t- Opm 18 32 am Hora AccommO'latlon . . t-0i Jin Jjtflpin Hora Accommodation :ewpm JIOTam W -st liaden an l t rench IJcli .. ,. SprtrsB via iloncn i:oue ! 00 am '.Fn- BLRMNbTOlS HOLTE LMON STITION. Train. Depart- Arrl.e. For Hannibal, H. fk. St. J. point. Quincy, Keokuk ani Bur line ton !ijam 1 pm Ical to Hannibal 1 l am 8 23 pm For Qulncy and North 7 am t.pn For Bt. Pint. Minneapolis U i-sit mo lines. Illinois am lsr-'n-ln The Burllnjfton-Northern I'a clflc Bxpre-, for Kansas City, bt Joiph, Northwest Nebraska. Dlack Hills. W yo mlns. Montana. Washington. I'uet Sound. Portland and O ret on 3:01 am MiSpm 9 -CO am 7:13 am Twin City Expr-. for Minne apolis ht Piul and Iowa 2:15 pm M0 pm in rebraeKiv - coioraao t-x-pree, for Dner, Colondo. Utah and Pacific Coat. la Ft. Joseph 2 15 prn 25 pm Icaj to Burl! re ton TTftr Ktrthrn Innn. . Paul pm CaOam, anl Mlnnparoll-i T.O pm ,8w3 am For UlinelB. Ia East Sid line to nock Island ani Clinton. low 8 21 pm 7'lOam For DubuQue and La Cro-tne .3 21 pm 117.10 am For Kan ?a Cltj. Council ItlufTs. Omaha. St. Jofph, Ie er, Nbrai ka, Colorado, Utah and P-ci1' Coat .. - 9.00pm T.lOam Iiral from Hannibal 11 19 am For Alton Leae 7:41 a m, dall; 8 01 a. m, dally- 10.25 a m . dally: 1:30 p m, except Sun aj 2 00 j m . except rtunday, S?3S p. m . exempt Cunday; 6 50 p m , dally; 7 O p m . daily, 8.21 p m , dally, 1115 p. m , Sunday cnly CHICAGO AM) AI.TO.V Chi en so Train. Train, Depart. Arrive. The Alton Limited "J 04 am 7.3S pm Prairie fctat Express tl2"3rm t12pm I'atace Lxprers 9 00 pm 7.18 am Midnight Special 1140 pm S:10ara Kansas City Train. Train Depart. Arrlv. Mlrsourl State Expren J) am 7 03 prr Kansas City Limited 10.i pm 7.01 am Local Train. Train. Depart. Arrive. Pprlr;g,M Accommodation .... tl Tl am Jackeomiile via lrden t3 2t am t7 2i pm Peoria Limited t 01 am 12 pm Springfeld Capital City Flyer 4 JS pm 10 50 im Jacksonville via Vlrden t4 2S pm tlO 50 am Roodhou Accommodation .. tl 3Spm flf 39 am CHICAGO, PKOHI-V AD ST." LOLIS RAILWAY (C. P. A ST. L.) Train. Depart. Arrive. Fishermen's Special 16:1s am 7 30 pm i'eorla. Pkln, Springfield and Jerseyviile 8 14 am 7 M pm Chouteau b lough. Grafton and Elenh tl'ttpm n.27tna Alton, Chautauiua and Grafton t M pm 10 K am Alton. Spr'ngfleld and Jersey yill v.."; T.5pm lOSara Alton, tprlncfleld, Jerseyviile and Grafton M 4S pm 10 'A am COTTON BKLT. -ST. LOUIS fcOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.) Train Depart. Arrive. Arkansas and Texas Express vls 31sme.rck and De'ta) ... 8-00 am 7.15 pm Arkansas and Texas Fsdt Mall (via Bismarck and Delta) ... S 40 pm 7:00 am FRISCO SYSTEM. Train Depart. Arrive. Valley Park Accormodatlon... t &jm ilo30 am Valley Park Accommodation... t 3) am i-l.lSsm ?aelne Accommodation fSJOam tl.lipm exas arH Kansas Mall for Paris, Dallas. Ennls, Hous ton CUetm Carthage, Joslin and Wichita 8'(am 7 00 pm Pacltle Accommodation 11:. 0 pm t.O m Valley Parte Accommodation. ..ttl 3i pm tf 4 30 pm Meteor and World's fair Spe cial, for Ppringfleld, Carthage, Joplin, Wichita. Vlnita. Okla homa, Dnlson, Sherman, Dal las. Fort Worth. Waco and Brownwood 2 30 pm 11 30 am Valley Park Accomrrodatlon .. -4 10 pm t 10 am Pa-Iffc Accommodation 15 14 pm tl 40 irn valley park Accommolitlon , t6 30 tn te 13 nm alley park Accommodation . J7.20 pm J7 10 pm Tea os and Kansas Limited for 1-urekn Springs ho-t Smith. IMrK Dallas Greenvitl. En nlt. Corsifina. Houston Oai vefton. Austin. Fan Antonio, Carthag. Jopiln W Ichlta. BiiTton and 'he Went ... 33 rm 7.30 am WWn Expre for Spring field. Vlnita- Dnl"on Sher man, Oklahorra. Carthage, Joplin andNendeeha u ,10-00 rm 7-15am IltON MOUNTAIN III1LTK. Train Depart. Arrive. Tex-in Fast Mall, to Little Rock, rexarlutra. uniia. Fort Wotlh and Abilene ,. 3 5 am 7:J5pm Delta. Co'umbu and Cairo Ex-p-ess SOOam .liprn Fat Day Express Dal'a. I ort Worth Austin an An tonio. Houston and Galveston 2 21 pm 2 10 pm Txas Mexico nnd California. Special Dallas, Fort Worth, El I ao, Losj Angle. Gal veston, Sttn Antonio and La redo S30pm 7.3am Memphis Lxpre-. 4Jpm 7 warn I-OLKTH STREET AND f'HOUTEAU AVENUE STATION. De ioto and Bismarck Accom modation .... 50 pro ! l) am ILLINOIS CIINTRAL. Northern Linen. Train. Depart. At1t Northern Illinois Express -nve Sprlngfleld. treeportand Du buque 7:32 am s 40 rm Peoria and Springfeld 11 30 am tTwpm Chicago Daylight special ll30am 7 W pm Pprlrgfleld AccommMatlon M 4i pm 10 40 am Chicago Diamond peciil.. . 3 10 pm 7.21 om Soothern Lines. Pa'ucah Mall nm: Express Murphjsboro. arbordale and Marlon 70am 7 34 cm New Orlean ra.t Mall-Cairo. v Memf hN, Jekson. Tenn . it d Texas Expre.. Vash- ille, Atlanta and Jackson ville . .... .. 8 12 am 7 2' 4 pm phls and New Orleans .. . 8 12 am A oft fi i-ni t l(-ir -. Ti I rr.Vtv ihArn '3 l(t pm Marlcn Cairo frparta an . :-n ii(jsj4tiu -i -i Ki'iiypicjiu, Mutton and Crat SDrtns . 1.50pm 1132am New Origins I-lmlfed Cairo. Memoh's. Dixie Fiver Nash ville. Atlanta and Jackon- vii e . 10 15 pm e:2ara i HIC FOl R. , LKE tl'Onr NEW VOI'K CEVTRAL AN17 ' HUIWV rtlVEf: DOTON- ANO AI.nAVT vr CIin5APFAKE AND OHIO P.AILTVAT. Train Depart. Arrlv- Irdiararoili Express t7JJ am 5 30 pm New A ork ard Iliston Limited. S.50ara -9.45 tm Yo-lc. Il'e.ton V.'ashlnjttrn, flaltlmore ard I'hllad'lphla.. 12:90 am C 45 pm Mattoon ind Altrn Accommo dation 1129 pm 9 4pm nostm. New Tork. Cincinnati xra-hlrston Haltlrrcre And PhllaJelphU -0pm -7-Klsm Alton Leave. l) 30 a. rr... -5 45 p. m. Arrive, "CO a. m.. -1:13 p. m m. The gaure reads 17 2 fet and rlslne. Weath er cloudy and cool, with rain. nurllnirten. la . 3Iay 20 Th rlv-r Is 10'i Inch above lew-water mark, a rail or 24 inch . Weather cloudy anl threatenlnjr. noata In anl out EIols frcm Keokuk. V. J Vot-nr f on Davenport Ottumwa Ille from Fort Mad'son. Cairo. 111. Jiay 30 Th. rlv-r rote i f..t during the part -4 hou3. The riuce reads 22 feet- The weather Is cool, c.oudy and threatn inir rain There was a considerable rainfall last nlcht and It rained at Intervals to-day. Tho City cf Memphis arrived at 9 o-clock last n'rht. dis charge,! at Illinois O-ntral wharf 20.cr feet of lumber and departed for St. Louis at 10 30 p m. Her earto consists of lumber, railroad ties, staves, peanuts and a larce consignment cf ey poultry and sundries The City of Clifton fom Ft. Louis with a cood trip arrived at 2 a. m. She dlschanr-d some mlsc-Uaneous frelirh; her. and departed fcr the Tennessee River at 4 a. m The J. D FInley from Louisville, with a blr coal tow. arrived at 7 a- m. She added four boat, here and cleared for New Orleans at 11:30 a. m. The Jewell, from tho Ohio River, arrived at 83") a. xn., aad departed for tho lower Kaslsslppl at 1OJ0 a. m. Too Carrla V. want Jmrtl. at 1 p. mjm-" U -P-Jh -3s i LAST OAY. TIME - TABLEr T.OtrH TIME. ST. LULIS AM) IIAMI. RXMlOlJ (la Wubaxh.) ,Tialn. Derart- Arrtv. Mall anl Kxpresa tl 4) am tJI.lOaro -lall anl Kxpress ti0Spm li pin U. li. ST 1- RT (H-ndron Kcute ) i rain. Depars. Arrlve. 3 23 am 7.1fi pn Mail OwnIvro Cloer- t. IT'1)I.1i1a anl the Kat- trn i-.xpr.s Oweniboro. erport iou.llle and the 8 i5 pm 7 20 ara t, A. H. II. Depart. Arrive. Limited, ila Xahvlll a and II a con pall- Kvan3v.ll ?:aih- 4 16 prn. 1.30 tm .. IMrmlichim Montcom Chairjnv.c Atljrti Mobile. ew rtrl-ir cnrl Jacksonvl le. Fl : Charles ton h c Southern Expre- o Kvans l'W. Nahille Blrrolncham. Mobile, Sew Orlean Thom asvl'le Jacsonv lite Pilit ka. Ocnla and St. Peters burs Fit. 8 23 am 7-1S pa 8 .5 pm 7J0ra M K. A. T 'THE KT.M Train. nnartL Arrtre- JeJTerson Clt Columbia. Boon xilK SMalli. Fort Scott. Indian Territory anl Texas J xir-s 3.1Sam 6 31pm Th- Knty Fl-r." for Dal las, -,-t oth. Houston. .j.lfstpi t-an Antonio. Mexico City ard In'erm diate points S J2 pm JefTron 1ty, Columbia. Boon MUe 'Vdalia. Knraas Indian Territory and Texan Expr-t 11(5 pm r27i .0ara ritory and Oklihoma nye". :t3-22tm " Missotni I'Aciric iiiilway. Train Impart. Arrive. Fat Mall 1 0 am 10.n6mm v ,-.i -. r- i- am '. CI r.m v Etpres- Kanni Oty. 1ty and riai Franctscn Ham JVi V, alilnKtcn AccommMatlfn tiiam t-m Ft Joerh. Jrplln Irhlta and Kanat LIrrtd and uih- , - wet Mlurl 8 10 Pn 20am Kansa-? and Colorado Ex pre .. 10 10 pm 7 10 am Cree Comr Lake trails le-nv Union,, station t SUa. m , J IS a m , 11 2 p. m . -:i p. m . 7-J1 p. m ., .. Oak Hill tralnt leave Union Ptatl"r. at t?.La. m tlO 10 a m . IS CO d m an I t6 20 p. m Klrkwftd fralm lae Unlm tat Ion at t7X0 a. m., tl f p m, l: p. m (Saturday only), ttw p m. i" v m V4MI4I.I. J.IK. PEXNSTI-VANIA LINES WEST OF rrTTS- nuno-rE.NN3Ti.vASi nAii-noAD Train. Dtpart. ArrtTf. Tralnn .N'm VI and 21. Nw more and WasMrcton Sp-lal 3.44 am : pm IMlanapolls and New Tork .-., Tv--ai . ... .. . am taiipm N-JSrork 'Limited '.I'" .-SfS rilim and Eiwn Eiprtw tj pm 7:12 am Vandalla Acccmmola'lon -. .. ISO pm -S 16 am indlanapotl. and N JI3Spm pm - rf.tP Mall ":...:" .:............ :-m !.0Sam ircianipons nni i. iut -"- - a cal Sjindayonlv Mil I It. ANI) OHIO. Train Depart. Arrtvs. , St Ixiuli and Florida Limit"!. 121 pm IS?-" MnrphT-boro. Fpirta. Chester .. and p.rcr AcermmMailon.... 5-lpm lianam ? SOLTHBR-I IUILWAI. ST. LOUIS-LOUISVILLE LINFS. 4 1 Train i.iiari. i'"s Th. nlt Special, except Surday C 1 am Princeton, Loul-illle. Lilns- ton and war Matlcn., Chat- tanooea. Itome. Atlanta. Jla- con and po nt In the South- east -711 am Mount Vernon Accommodation t60 pm S M pa Q 9 J! am Frliceton Iyu'svli:.. ijcna ton arwl wav vtatl.infl. Knox vllle. Aahevllle. Chattanuoaa. r.ome. Atlartar AUffUila. Charle-inn. Macon a.I all rolnt" In Florida and th Southea.t -jlfrm 7:Ka.-i ST. L.. K. C. 4c C. II. R. Train Depart. ArrlYa. 1C1-K2 Mill Bl'e. Mo. and Intermediate polnta 6:5pm S W am tf, toi ourday Ppe'Ial Delle. Mo . and intermediate point. JTe7 am tl 1$ pm 11S.1H Accommodation Ilelle. Mo. and Inter mediate points (dailr except Sunday, leayea Vand enter avenue at 8:W a. m ard Forsyth Jsjrction at 7:20 n m. Arrives at tJwIng avenua n t a ". n m st i.oi i-ri:oitu i.i.ie. J"'p.J s,i.L.l ST. I.OI ! MEn;H4-iTr nilUICB TER MIVAI. RAII.1VAV SKIII Rn TRAIX 1ERVICK. Fa.thound-Iyae Elchth and Oratlot !. duty 1-12. Z II 23 n m Except Sunday. 4 01, I?. 7.37 S jl. 10 0-.. 11:1 a- m : 12 -) 2 . 4 ft). 8 02 p. m i-sturfSiv ind aunday only 11:41 p. m Sunday enly i :i. 7 C. 3.09 a. m : 12.25. ll:4t p m I-are 'Waehlncton avenue, dally 1 4i 1:1. 29 p m Except Furday t tit. f 21. 7 41. lz& 11 a. 11.22 n m - 12.12. 2 VI. 4 04. A 0 p. m. hatnrdar and "m ndiv only II -4S n n. Sundarl only-; M. 7 5-n a. m.: II 29. 11MS p m. Wrs'bourd Tave flranlte Cltv. dally 2 UT 7 12 p m Except Sindav 5'IS -fl4 7 02. 814; 1.2S 10 2. n m: !:I0 2 "3 is r - 7;i2 3-rf P m. "stu-dav only 12 15 p m flundav only 12 l- ; J5 -. in oo a m : I 10 p m. Monday ool 12 15 . " Except "atnrdsv 5 42 p m. Lexve Madlvn IjjiIIv 1 17. 7 17 p m Except ur.day-fn " ;, in. 9:22. 10 4S a. rijl 1 it 2 17 3 27. 4 11 ? 02. 7.17. o 21 n m. Faturdar onlv I tS p m Sunday onlv 12 20. e.OO 8 "Of. 10 05 a. m : 1:15 5 4? p. m JJonday only IS7 a m rni.F.nn, it. r.ori ad westerIi CI)EU LEAF P.OFTE.) -The'comcerelal Tn,ver- " Arrtrt- Tciedo Buffalo and New York . ... - e? VI r art m Tolefla and Nw York Express. ?,Jim S-goni namsey AcrommntiBtlon. i33p-ne : am H ABA .III. Cnntern Lines. Com?n"rtaI Limited - Detroit. """" A",TV Niacin. Kj..s Jluffalo, new ea lork .n! Hoston 3 OOarn 7 lSnm Toledo Detroit Niagara Fills "7.15PM ItuTalo New York and IJoi- lon Expres 80 am Tf-rt.. Tciedo. Sew York and Hoston a-wpTn 33n t-'ait Mail 2.15am ;).- Mlln'ght Limited D-trolt. i'"am ) EufTalo, New lork and Bos ton n 32 nm fnnr Toledo Local Exrr.., ?, -iSSS Cilcnxc9 l.lne. Banner Express Chicago -9 2 am -7 n nm llanner Limlted-Chlcaico -3 05 pm 7 33 m Mldnlc'it Llml'ed-Chlcnxo ... Itsjpm e," Knnxn. Cilr Line-. jtnnjM, K-iij ..ivtri .. . ...... imam Kansas lty Fast Mall -3 15 pm t Kansas City Limltd -1 :I5 pm -.ortlitsrafeTn Llnisa. ' Frcm Union Motion 1 50 am Out Council lilufts and Orraha Ex- pree S7-40 nm Carnon nail Omaha OUumwa -nd tes Molo-s Ex- 7-.)pm -7:05 aa press . -9.00 am tM pm i OMurmsa. Des Moines and (Minneapolis Limited .. .- -73 pm 50 am t West Moherly ard Kaniji V i.ny ufli . nam s GO pm M'terly Ixcal -5.0Spm ll:l0am Fast Decatur " .-csl -l 40 pm -11 OS am suiiiiriinn irnin. ft- Charles , Kinloch Pirlc ... Ferguson .. .... I'erusn ...... . 111.30 pm JllOS-rii .".". e-2 5 pm 'eilcs pm ... -2 40 pm IS 4- err. f-erruson .. .... 4. nnm I l-crs'-.on JlOJam i rrm iiiitc Mrc-t aiaiion ct. rhsrles 'll-ooam ei:f5pri St. Curies 15 40 pm tl-Olam Kinloch t:lm Hrlde-ton 14.15pm tl Wan Il'ldxetrn f ( am 14 10 pm rerjruson "1 50 am -10 30 am Kinloch Fark 1 "4 pm - Fercuxon 29 pm 4329 Pm I . . , , with an excurM'n 2t 3 J 5 m. Sh rturneI thla evenlnc. Th Dl-k I'owler broueht down an etctirln to-Iar to Hound 1ty. Th Geor gia le 'lepartM for Memjihle at S p. m, with a fair trp Th T II Davis from th lower MIs'iMlDpl. the Polar Wave from t. Louut. th Wah Ilcnhell and the Frid Ilartweg are due to-morrow miming Th Sunshine f-om Mem phla. with a moderate trip, arrived at 7:20. and departed frr Cincinnati at 8 p. m , havlnjr done hut little bur'nef here. Mint John Rs-Ivn wm hre to-day and went to cnninnan tr me rnnn.ne. rittabunr. Ta . ifay 30 niver 8 feet, falllnr- Wheeling. W. Vs. May 30 River 8 3 feeJ failing. Wear, warm. Cincinnati. O. May . Itl.er 17.4 feet, Ing, Clear, warmer. I Iul5lHe, Ky.. May SO Rhr stationary: i 1 canal 8 Z feet; on falls f.l -fet; below lo 11 ieeu ttainy, coqi. Evtnrr.n, Ind., Hay SO River falling l J, ." 4VCCW VetWUWa 4MU. CtsVlOff. la08 AH aaaaaaaaaaaat-3 raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaU1-L KKm'i, . V4 wm&M . fcw.is- A -- !-.. .t. -nx -- - rf ' j .& - . , H-. v.