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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1904.
8 THE WEATHER. iBrrmalaK -lomJIei tonight, followed by bun-r dneday nirurr. J. M. SHERIF.H, Obaerver. Trmprnturr at 7 ut 2i34 p. in., 73. BALLADE OF THE GIRLS. Who would n"t r;Li- to drink a toast. To itlfilf the health of maidens fair. While thinking Htiil of her who most f;xc-ls in wit and beauty rare? Who w.uld not thus one momentspare For lover's devoir, while onward rollH The world, with all it sordid care? A health. I say. to lovely Rirls! What man of us is too engrossed. Too busied with the world's affair. An instant to desert his post And drink to damsels debonair? Nor need hft fear lest he forswear Hirn.-o lf In pledging flaxen hair If sti" lie loves have raven hair A health. I nay. to lovely girls'. And so this Rlass to beauty's host! A j.lwdtfe in whieh we all may share. Tis only thus that we ma.y boast The smiles of her without romparc. The one lor whom we each would dare And die the death ami J the swirls Of annon's smoke and bHttlf's flare A health. 1 say, to lovelv , Kirl" " Sew York Tribune. CITY CHAT. Call for Urn uew Kinship. "Snowballs" at Wilcher'a. For insurance, E. J. Burns. Buy a home of Reldy Bros. TrI City Towel Supply company. Tin and furnace work at Wilcher'a. For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's. Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express. For real estate and Insurance. B. J. Burns. Lage-Waters Shoe company, 1703 Second avenue. We aim to please everybody. Lage Waters Shoe company. New fall styles in shoes at I. age Waters Shoe company. Buy your .shoes of Lage-Waters Shoe company and save money. The best plate to buy shoes Is at Lage -Waters Shoe company's. Lane-Waters Shoe company, the re liable Hhoe store of the city. Ice cream and ice cream soda at Petersen's. 1314 Third avenue. W. H. Siemon will do your tin work. 1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 574C. Walline &. Hamilton, express and transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new D884. For tin and furnace work, see II. T. Bieinou, 1520 Fourth avenue, union 283. Why not? It pays to buy a good tooth brush. Charles Fiienieyer. drug gist. 531 Sixteenth street. The next time you buy talcum pow der ask your druggist for Cray's. Your doctor will praise your judgment. Cray's Bismuth Talcum Powder finest preparation on earth or baby, bath and toilet. For sale by all drug gists. The Plattdeutschen Schwestem will give an ice cream social at Turner hall Saturday. Aug. 27. afternoon and even ing. Coffee and sandwiches will also be served. Tickets. IS cents. Dancing In the evening. In cents extra for gents. Miss Elsie Olson. f.15 Forty fourth street, and Mis.- I'M it h Schmacht, of South Hock Island. imth of whom have recovered from operations fo. appendicitis, were removed to their homes in the city ambulance yesterday afternoon from St. Anthony's hospital. A deiite mass of smoke rising from a bonfire in the alley back of the resi dence of H. It. Wynes, Fifth aenuc anil Twenty-sixth street, la.st eveuin -about 7 o'clock, caused Officer Hardy Hetter to send in a call to the tire department. A company quickly at rived at the scene to find a harmless mass of rubbish burning. The Swedish corps of Moline will unite with the local corps of the Sal vation Army Thursday evening, hold ing services at Seventeenth street and Second avenue and at the barracks. 1509 Second avenue. The Moline vis itors will be accompanied by their brass band. There will be singing also. An injunction to restra'n him from disposing of his property was served this afternoon by Deputy Sheriff Charles Seaholm on ln E. Al'.ars. proprietor of a retanrwit at C12 Third avenue. Moline. against whom hi wife today tiled a suit lor divorce In the circuit court charging htm with habitual drunkenness and extreme cruelty. Irr,. V. C Simpson yesterday aftei noon i ntertained -15 children in hon or of the 4ih birthday anniversary of her daughter, Bessie. The little ones pent the afternoon in Ixingview park, nud were served supper at the Simp m.in home. 14T.2 Fifteenth street. A number of handsome remembrances were left Miss Bessie by her little friends. You little knew when first we met That some day you would be The lucky fellow I'd choose to let Pay for my Hocky Mountain Tea T. H. Thomas' pharmacy. Gregg's Shorthand Most sin. pie and easy and most quickly learned of any system. Drown discarded old systems four years ago. 4 t FINE FOR AN EXPRESSMAN Who Comes From Davenport and Takes Work From Local Haulers. W. S. Hill, of Davenport, made the mistake of infringing on the exclusive rights of the Rock Island licensed ex pressman today and came to this side and loaded up watermelons brought here on a boat from Muscatine by a farmer for the purpose of peddling them among the grocers. Hill was arrested by Officer James Briun. Po lice Magistrate Johnson did not want to be severe with him since he claim ed that he did not understand that the laws were so strict on this side of the river, and he was let down with a fine of $1 and costs. This was easy compared to the dose that was hand ed a Uoek Island expressman recent ly In Davenport. The Rock Islander had hauled a trunk to Davenport for a traveling man. On the way to the bridge on the return trip he was hailed and asked to make a haul to a depot a few blocks distant. He accepted and received 25 cents for the Job. There was an officer at the depot to meet him. He was fined $10 and trim mings. John Johnson was assessed $3 for drunkenness. Detective Lamme of the Rock Island road arrested James Fleming and Henry Vieths, Davenport young men. fur beating a ride on a train from that city to Rock Island. Each was fined $15 and costs by Magistrate Johnson. They were unable to settle and were sent to the county jail. cuebcill Tomorrow DEC AT UK POCK ISLAJVT. Twelfth Sheet Park: Game Called at 3:45 HENRY COUNTY FAIR OPENS Will Continue at Cambridge Through Friday Strong Racing Cards. The Henry county fair opened yes terday at Cambridge. It will continue through Friday. The race events are particularly strong this year. Tomoi row purses aggregating $C50 will be divided. Thursday the same amount and Friday $7oo. There will be three events tomorrow the 2:40 trot, the 2:35 pace and the gents' drivers, in which there are 21 horses entered Thursday there are to be the 2:20 pace, the 2: IS trot ami the running half mile. There are 19 horses expect ed to start in these three events. For Friday 15 horses have been entered in the 2:27 trot, free-for-all pace and Henry county derby. John Henderson, of this city, will start his Anna Pero In the 2:40 trot tomorrow, and his Telia in the 2:27 trot Friday. BIG SALE OF BANANAS. At Campana, Pusateri & Co.'s, 1614 Second Avenue. For the balance of this week we will sell a carload of nice bananas at 5u cents a bunch and up. Also by the dozen at 5c, Inc. 2 dozen for 15c and 2 dozen for 25c. Come early to get best choice. CAMPANA, Pl'SATERI & CO. Smallpox Patient Discharged. Mrs. John McCaw. the South Rock Island smallpox patient, this morning was discharged from the city contag ion hospital, the scourge having rui: its natural course. The patient had been confined six weeks, having had the disease in its most severe form. It was feared that there would be a spread of it in South Rock Islam!, and doubtless there would have been but for the precaution-: enforced by Supervisor Cornelius I on. v. an. who made arrangements to bu the pa tients cared for at the Rock Island municipal hospital, and lie is grate ful to Mayor William Mcf'onoehie for his kindness, nnl the fumigating and guarding of the house !n which Mrs. McCaw resided until the last possible suspicion of the scourge had disap peared. Sol Margulis Still With Living. A report reached the city two months ago that Sol Margulis. of Omaha, for merly a resident of Rock Island, who was well known here, was dead, but a letter received here yesterday from Harry Morris, of this city, who is at tending the St. Iouis exposition, stated that he had met Margulis on the street of that city, smiling and happy. When told that he was supposed to be dead. Margulis said that it was the first he knew of it. Dissolution Notice N. P. F. Nelson and Anton Ieljeberg doing a grocery business at 2025 Fourth avenue have this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent. Mr. Nelson will continue the business, col lect and pay all L:!I.- August 22. 1904. N. F. P. NELSON. ANTON 7-ELJEBERC. SCEO! The RocK Island S1(Jrt Co., Opposite Tosioffice Will MatJe on S'ale Wednesday Morning: School Girls' Skirts which retail at $1.75, our factory price, S -98 School Girls' Skirts which retail at $2.00 our factory mice. 11.39 Misses' Misses' Misses' Our Misses' Skids Are Made to Your Measure at the Above Prices. ATTENDANCE AT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE TO REACH 300 Prof. Greenwood Discusses Arithmetic and Miss Hamilton Reading at Morning Session. The second day's session of the Rock Island county teachers' Institute at the local high scIhkjI opened this morning with a prayer offered by Rev. R. 1J. Williams, pastor of the First Methodist church. The morning was devoted to talks by Prof. J. M. Greenwood and Miss Cora M. Hamilton. Mr. Greenwood spoke on "Arithmetic," the object of his lecture being to instruct teachers how to present that study to pupils of the year's work in the seventh grade. He outlined his method, by taking the various departments of arithmetic and discoursing upon them. His talk was clear, concise and in structive. Miss Hamilton spoke on "Reading." showing how the best results are ob tained in presenting the subject to scholars. She talked logically upon her chosen subject and brought out good ideas of instruction to pupils. The attendance this year is unusual ly large and it is thought that it will reach COO. Additional names on the register are: Rock Island: Mary Brennan, Anna Grotjan, Sarah Montgomery, Charlotte Keiiworthy, Adda Schoessel, Lillie Roth, Elsa Koehler, Ella Mitchell. Jen nie (!. Johnson, Florence White, Julia Mcdinty, Augusta Dart. Miriam Haver stick. Idessa Wakefield. Jennie Cron holm. Mabel Friestat. Natalie Thomp son, Mrs. Ida Lundy. Minnie E. Lun deen. Maude Robert son, Grace Noft sker. Mabel Levey. Blanche Barnhait, Clara Granden. Emily Freeman. Aga tha Nevin. Natalie Mirtield, Bessie Montgomery, Nellie Kellerslrass, Clara P. Harrington, Elsie B. Johnstone, Ju lia Channon, S. L. Jamieson. Flora Repine, Anna Carlson. Louise Koch, Jennie I,. Wilcox. Lillie Fulsinger. Ad elaide Schindler, Clara Ege, Dora E. Newton, Ixjii M. Harris. Mary Lannen, Leonora Witherspoon. Etta Wakefield. Louella Stoddard, Anna Kirkpatrick, H. E. Brown. Ida F. Clarke, Harriet Henderson, Lou J. Philp, Martha Hues- ing. Bessie Beeler. Minnie Martin. Etta C. Baker. Luella Huthmaker. .Moline: Alma Erickson, Roue Dur bin. Mabel Johnson, Estelle Ixmg, Jennie R. Hull. Alice H. Wheeloek. SUne Engstrom, Grace Irving. Mabel Ewing, Janette Warnock. Mary Mur phy. Faye Woodward. Mary Penney, Anna D. Sober. Henrietta R. Liepold, Mariella Healey, Marie Anderson, May Blanding. Esther L. Berglund, Mae Cutler, Virgina Ray. II. M. Rcjnolds, Mary L. Stoltenberg. Elsie Astrom. Esther Edwald. Helen Pahl, Alice Sw.inson. Mary Tage, Milda A. John- con. Emily R. McKeever, , Vera C. Brumbaugh, Bertha C Barrett," Viola Rose, Ellen M. Lund. Fred A. Cox. Ed na B. Keed. llhelmina Pahl. Clara Hunter. Alice Aram. E. E. Philp, Grace Putnam. Hattie A. More. Alary E. Moore. Christine M. Palmquist, Jos ephine M. Holland, Lillian S. Slipper. Ida Lysell. Margaret Medill, Mary E. Shipp. Phoebe Ahl. Nellie M. Anthony, Mabel Alsterlme. Port Byron: Ixttie Davis. Anna Schwegler, Lillie Crompton, Catherine Rogers. Margaret Wright. Orpha Vir tue. Annie Hunt, Jessie B. Hunt. Katie Behrens. Teua Behrens. Minnie Sulli van, Mayme Flynn. Clara Hollman and Theressa Vogel, of Rapids City: Justin Washburn, of Barstow: Blanche Burgoyue, of Anda lusia: Ida Millett. of Reynolds; Mary C. Johnston, of Preemption; Claude A. Bowen. Dora A. Zelgler. Mary Edelman. Hattie Wiggins, of South Heights; Thomas L. Melvin and Charles Schnei der, of Illinois City; Delia Beeding. of Buffalo Prairie; Myrtle Burgoyne, of Andalusia: Fannie Peters, of Albany; Charity Tavenner, of Cordova; Bella Niles. Clara Zude. of Sherrard; Nellie Carpenter. Elizabeth Weaver, of Rey nolds; Edna Derch, Carrie Walker. Edth Davis. Eflie Ma berry. Nellie Wil son. Evelyn L. Wilson, of Milan; C. M. Grandjcan. Hilma M. Johnson. Nellie G. Lucia J. Leos. Coal Valley; Adda Bowes, Mamie Miller, Taylor Ridge; Juila Mallette, Reynolds; Al- Skirts which retail at $2.75 our factory price, . . Skirts which retail at $3.25 our factory price, . . Skirts which retail at $4.00 our factory price, . . lie E. Beal, Joslyn; Eva Naylor, Ber tha E. Derrick, Hampton; Clara Zietschel, Laura Peterson. Maude D. Medill. Mabel Lindquist, Emma Shell man. Ruth I. Buffum, Ruby Young, Adda L. Muse. Ethel Young, of Mi lan; Sue Donaldson. Hattie Hill, of Orion; Florence Jackson. Cable; Cora Engel, Edna Dalluege. Coal Val ley; Katheriue W. Foster, Foster; Grace Lewis, of Toulon. TODAY'S MARKETS. Cbieafro, Aug. 23. Following- are the opening, highest, lowest and closing quotations In today's markets: Whrit. September. 109t,. 109 Vi. 107i. 108. December, 110, 110,. IOSj. 109i. May. 112U, 113. 111. 112i. (on. September, r,4. 16. Li. fir.;. December, 53,. Mi. 53. 54 Vi. May, 62 . 63 i. 52. 53 'i. Oat a. September. 33 . 34. 33'. 33 . December, 34 . 3:. 35. May. 37.. 37Vi. 304. 374. Pork. September. 11.75. 11.73. 11.70. 11.72. October. 11.77, 11.85. 11.77. 11.80. I,a rd. September, Ci0. 6.90. C.S7, G.S7. October. C.U7. 7.00, C.95, ti.t7. Itlba. September. 7.32. 737. 7.32. 7.32. October, 7.45. 747, 7.42, 7.42. Receipts today: Wheat 10, corn 267, oats 501. hops 14.0O0. cuttle 6,000. sheep 25.000. Estimated receipts Wednesday: Wheat 77. corn 98. oats 210. hoys 24,000. lbig market opened strong. Light 5.20 ftt-5.50. good heavy 4.i:0iq 5.40, mixed arid butchers S.lo'n 3.15. Cattle market opened slow. Shee pin:irket opened lower Hops Ht Omaha ll.ooo. cattle 3,000. Ht:s at Kansas City 4.000. cattle 14. 000. I". Yards. S:40 o. nv IIoj market strong. 5c to 10c higher. Light 5.20 "u 5.35. mixed and butchers 5.10(17 5.50, good heavy 4.7o Tt 5.45. rough heavy 4.70U? 4 90. Cattle market slow. Beeves 3.355J) 6oo. cows and heifer; l.lOiu'4.10. Texas st. ers 2.75 ti 4.25. stookers and feeders 3.00 (fj 4 o0. Sheep market weak to 10c lower. Hog market closed steady at early decline. Light 5.20H?5.55, mixed and butchers 5.1oii5.50, good heavy 4.70 5.45. Cattle market closed weak, 10c to 15c lower. Sheep market closed weak, 10c to 15c lower. New York Stock a. New York. Aug. 23. Sugar 129 . lias 100-. C. R. I. A:- V. 24 i. Southern Pacific 57. H. & O. sr.r;,. Atchison com mon SOf,. Atchison preferred 9S34. c. -M. SI. P 151 ir. M:nh'ttHn 155. Cop per 55'-,. W. I". Tel. ,,. S9. N. Y. Cen tral 12o'. L. & N. 120 Heading com min 56. Canadian Pacific 127'i. B. H. T. 53--8. Pacific Mail 2K. I". S. Steel prefer red 5sTi. t". S. Steel common 1 1 i . Penna 123. Missouri Pacific 95. Union Pa cilic 99?. ('oai & i,oll 443 Erje com. in. in 26 Wabash preferred 37S. C. & C. W. 14-g. Illinois Central 137 V. Car Foundry 19. Republic Steel common 7 4. LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. Today's Quotations oa Provisions, Live Stork, Feed and Fafl. Rook Island. Aug. 23. Following are the wholesale quotations In the local market: Provisions. Butter Creamery, 20c. dairy 15c Eggs Fresh lCc. Iard 9c. Iive Poultry Spring chickens, $2.75 Q 3.25 per doren: hens 8c per pound; turkeys 10c per pound; ducks 8c; geese 8 c. Vegetables Potatoes 40c. I-lve Stoek. Cattle Steers Jl 04i i.no; cows and heifers $3.00l4.0o; calves $3.00 5.00. Hogs Mixed and butchers 14.50 5.00. Sheep Yearlings or over $3.00 4.60; lambs $3,505 6. Vd and I nrL Grain Corn 5Sc60c; oats 34ff3S; old oats 405 42c GIRI RIVER RIPLETS. The big sandbar in the Mississippi river in front of the Fulton levee is growing, and if the government does not take steps to remove It in the near future Fulton will be out from river traffic most effectually. At the point where the bar has formed is "the narrows." reputed to be the nar rowest portion of the river between St. Louis and La Crosse. It has a rock bottom and there was never any difficulty about the channel keeping itself clear of bars till the government began to Improve the river above by wing dams and rlprapping. This work has changed the course of the deepest channel of the river and caused this bar to form till at this stage of water Fulton has all of the evils of a large river and but few of the benefits, and these will soon be gone if the bar is not removed. It is almost impossible for steam boats to land at Fulton at the present utage of water. A dock has been built out in the river several rods from shore and there is one narrow chan nel through which the little ferry boat and the Winona make a landing, but they frequently get on the bar and are hours in getting off. The big steamer J. S. arrived this morning from the north at l! o'clock and tonight a moonlight excursion will be given on her out of the trieities. Tomorrow she will bring an excursion to Rock Island under the auspices of the First Baptist church, of Muscatine. After this latter trip she proceeds south, taking excursions out of various points. It is not yet definitely known whether or not she will be in these waters again this season, but it is thought that she will. Delayed lo hours by the heavy storm of Sunday, the steamer St. Paul, due in Rock Island from St. Louis at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, arrived last evening at 7:o0 o'clock, and lay in this haibor all night in order to prevent go ing over the Rock Island rapids at night. Passengers took advantage of the delay and all visited the city, most of them going to the Watch Tower upon the suggestion of the officers, who told them that they were in a good town to enjoy themselves. Boats down were the J. S.. Emily. Zalus Davis, C. W. Cowles, Winona and Ruth. The St. Paul, Ruth, Emily, and Winona went north. The stage of wat er was 3. at C a. in., and o.io at noon. RIVER FORECAST. Only very slight change- in the Display of Waists, Cloaks, Furs, Ready-to-Wear Millinery Perhaps you'll wonder why we are showing such a large assortment so early. We went to the eastern markets a week to ten days in advance of all others and wish to state that we will guarantee that the styles we are now showing will be the correct styles fcr this fall and winter's wear. Any one contemplating buying anything in our line will find it to their advantage to see our immense assortment before buying. THE 114-116 West Second SKSM T SALIC, Mississippi will occur between Du buque and Muscatine. RIVER BULLETIN. Danger Height Cling. Line 8 a. ni. 24 hrs Feet. Feet. Feet. St. Paul 14 3.5 :0.3 Red Wing 11 l.ll :0.1 Reeds landing 12 1.9 0.1 La Crosse V 2.S :0.1 P. du Chien IS 2.4 0.1 Dubuque IS :!.: :0.i Le Claire 1 I S o.l Davenport 15 .0 0.0 Des Moines Rapids.. .. 1.7 0.0 Keokuk 15 2.S 0.( St. Louis 30 115 :0.2 Kansas City 21 10.5 LOTS IN NEW ADDITION Now On Sale A Splendid Opportunity to Purchase Beautiful, Level Lots at the Very Lowest Cost. IiOts in the new addition which will bo known when platted as L. Mosen felder's Place, situated between Tenth and Eleventh streets and Fifteenth aud Eighteenth avenues, are now being offered to the public. This, perhaps, is the last addition containing high, level lots that will be platted in this vicinity for several years, therefore those contemplating building homes should take advantage of this sale. Every lot. in Mr. Mosenfelder's addi tion adjoining this piece, and which was placed on sale in June, has been sold, and are rapidly being improved, ami the lots in the new addition will undoubtedly sell as quickly. Prices will ran.tce from $275 to $350, with a discount of $25 to cash purchasers, or sold on monthly payments without in terest. In order to encourage develop ment at once we will refund $25 to every per.'.on erecting a suitable house this fall. Would also call the) especial attention of those persons whose places of employment require street car facilities. For further particulars inquire of L. Mosenfelder. Caught on River in Storm. A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs I. H. Buffum and two sons, Glenn and Clyde, ami Dale Hayes, of this city; Charles Hayes, Mrs. L. B. Hayes. Misses Nellie and Hope Hayes and Ira Roth, of Andalusia, had a wild experience in crossing the Mississippi in two skiffs during the storm Sunday afternoon. The heavy wind car eened the boats, both dipping water, and ft was only by coolness that a tragedy was averted. Messrs. Buffum and Hayes, who were in one of the boats got to shore and landed their party and hurried to ihe rescue of the other skiff, which was rapidly filling with water. Fall Styles Suits, Skirts, BEE HIVE Street ? i v. i v. J $fl.98 2.69 3.39 AT THE HOTELS. At the Harper Mrs. Maggie Soain. Scales Mound; F. L. (iregg. Kansas City; C. 11. IhiKts.n; F. M. Ferry. Stanley Creen. II. M. Bonn. Chicago; John Berhani. Wan is. 111.; R. W. Tompison. St. Louis; W. B. Phelps, In dependence. Iowa; .1. W. Roberts. Chi cago; D. O. Blackaet ; R. Keener. Em inetsburg, Iowa; L. II. Ilubbell. St. Louis; A. .1. llusiln. Cleveland: Mrs. A. Marshall; Miss .Mamie C. Marshall. Kiethsburg; Miss Edith Sykes. Mon mouth: Charles Walters. Peoria; Ray R. Reece. Spriii!;lb Id ; E. (1. Adler. New York; W. L. Cera Id. E. S. O. ; M. D. RoscnhVld. Moline; E. SeyTortli A. O. Best. Chica.no; W. E. Laidlaw, Cincinnati; O. II. Duel!. New Yorl; : Ceorge W. Pfuid. Lincoln, Neb.; S. K. Logwood. St. Loui:; Merman Saans, Scales Mound. At the Harms (European) Burt Jacobs, Chicago: J. McPadden. Cam bridge; E. M. Jones, Cincinnati: S. V. Quinn, Peoria: A. C Bernard. St. Paul; P. E. Lucas. Milwaukee; W. A. McCord. Des Moines; E. M. Thoma:. Pittsburg; L. Humble, J. I). Cobb. Chicago; James J. Doll. Newark, N. J.; T. M. Kelly. E. L. Harney. Chi cago; C. C. Dugan. St. Paul; F. J Freeman, Louisville; Henry L. Wilton. 11. Schroeder. F. A. llilher. H. C. Wil son. Chicago; S. F. Kctchinan, New York; Wilson Scott. Peoria: C. R. Miles. New York; E. V. Sweet. Bos ton; Charles A. Scott. M. J. Eniinelt, D. A. Dicus. Chicago: M. C. Foley. Milwaukee; N. C. Lucy. St. Paul; C C. Mark. Springfield; P. N. Rhoudes. L. E. Beards 1 1 unim ; James P. Thomp son. Chicago; A. C. Meyers, Decatur; J. C. Rehil. N. B. Sproule, Chicago; James Winscott, Burlington. At the Rock. Island (European)- R. C. Truax. St. IxjuIs; J. B. Bascomb. Chicago; H. M. Mason, Kansas City: John T. Carner. Craysock. Tex.; M. W. Rotchford, Peoria; E. B. Smith. De troit; P. H. Early. Chicago; Mrs. M. Murray and girl. La Salle; c. A Baughman. Clinton; C. M. Graiidjean, Coal Valley; T. II. Johnston. Toulon; J. C. Henderson, Traer, Iowa; W. II. Rehfus, Peoria: Sander Penne. H. (1. Shields, Chicago; I. R. Pitney, Peoria; T. E. Van Sunt. Kansas City; The De catur baseball club including McFar land. R. Walters, II. Walters, Edwards, Krebs, Hardy. Purtell, O'Connor, Swa cina, (Iruehner, Kuhn, Nolden and Wei gand. Saloon Notice. The very best of malt and hops, healthful, invigorating and absolutely pure, genuine Cerman lager, at Ponce De Leon. Dtvenport,Jot7a