St. Tjouis, April 13. - While considerable rain has fallen throughout this section, it was not enough tú have any appreciable effect on the Mississíppi and Missouri rive7-s, which show a decline above here. At this point .the government gauge read 28.5 feet at S a. m., a fall of 0.3 feet during the past twentyfour hours. The daily river bulletin issued Tuesday morning by the local weather bureau says: The river at St. Louis will fall to about 27 feet by Thursday. The Missouri will continue to fall steadily. The upper Mississppi will change but little south of Keokuk, but will slowly rise to the northward of Davenport.