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Sunday Morning, April 29, 1906. THE D E C A T D R R E V I E W Page Twenty-Three MONEY TO LOAH-BEJL ESTATE. MONE7 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE ON very (tvortble terms. A J. \VuuD, 42S I'l Acre building. B O N K V TO LOAN ON CI1Y i RM'EKTY OR form I'avos Qm-rrej, iik tt'ult b n l l i j l n g UONKY TO LOAN ON HOOD f 1TY ritOI'KR- ty. Montgomery, 413 W a l t u l l d l n g . MONKY TO I / i A N - O N RF AL ESTATE. Amount* to suit. Lrtj^cwt i a t i it No comm!n- ·lou. -M'ply 61* K«tl \ \ i u . t u i . urcei MONEY. WI! HAVB A SI'liCIAL. FU XD TO LOAN ON VERY FAVORABLE Tt KMS. BKAL KSTATK. COLLATKitAL. CH. iTTEL MORT- OAQB AND PBH90NAL. BKCt RITY. fGOKAM CoMPV NT. CITIZENS U A N K BU. LUINO. · M O N E Y TO · CITY KEAI, EBTJ T3 * . at. · · LOWUfcT l.N'H'-UKir I ATE8, · · MOBtln 1'ajlnenl I ' l i v l l i ,c Given, · · 111 Kiwt Main. JA.V1I = O MARA. · TO 1.0AN-SU" ANIJ L l ' U A ll)b ON CIT1 p n » P ( I l b'* I'* 1 Cl " nl U ' "!!"""»S'OI1 ^lilli-i.. L.ulmm. C ' V « i llurr vMt bank u »M » » » » » f « J » ' " ' 5 J * * s ' I l » i * * » » » « » » » l * * * l * * » » » l t 1 1 » M i * t » » * U » H » 11UAL lC.SfA-11 , S » , I i " A N D I INSI RAM.li, tmu ;KR ( i ft Uoftu* Maun on Ut*U EMIRI* * | I ONLY, t » I II* and up. LOWM!* Kulei. u£ In erest- | | A. V\. K K 1 . K M / N * I » » 1 Xo N Mulu. i ( t t I * » I I * » » * » J | » | » » , * » » « » * * ( » « » * » » * » » » . I I » » t t I » » *^» S J * »_» » » » » » » » ' _ MONEY TO LOAM-CHATTELS. PEOFESSIONAL. H PA9CO-LAWYER, NOTARY PUBLIC, Law. C h a n c p r j . Bankruptcy, Pensione, Col- lectlonn. write Deeds and Schedules. Over \\*'Bfs Drug Store. WHITE M-KEE. ENGINEERS. Power Plants and Central Station! I Wait Building. Bell Phone 1(18. PENSIONS--' R. EDMONDS. PENSION AT- torncy. attend!" to all kinds of penclon buil- nm I- R BdniDnrtn. 2Z North M a i n ttreet LEGAL NOTICE. V A R . X I N C ! . Tn Whom It MB C t - n r e r n All r'i*r*nn-s arf- herdiy v,;irncd not to ecnt- tei. throw de!-.Mt. or permit tn lie collected or deposited. In fin public rood, h i p h w a j or itroi t In l ) » r n t u r t o v , n « h t p any brush, old cans, weens Ira^ll p i u l a K S . carenfil of any u n l m n l or fnvl t r anv o f ' a l , f l l t l i . noisome- sul'Btance or o r f c n s h e matter, and not to 1-inrti n n y litter, ti,\sh rru*h. Krnw weeds or I'lliiT M i b i - t a n ' o .n any such h i ^ l i w a \ s or s t n e t i A l l o i f i n t l ' T i h t r e n ' t e r w i l l h e piofle- cutccl hnth c l ' . i l l ) a n i l . i l m m i U b i v l t h d l t r t l s - c i l m l n n t k n er respect for p c i v m i rh II pen- n l t i . ten d o l l n r s f i n e ; c l l i n l i i n l p e n a l l y , first o f f i c e otu huiTlrf-fi ilMil.us f i n e t.-i-mi1 of- fenv. f i n e of ono h u m l r f i l d o l l a r s ami t h r e e iiH.nlni In j a i l I ' y t r ' i ' f r i'f Hie P . r r t v i t t i o n r r s of H i g h w a y s of MI 1 Tour, 'I \ - 1! 11 A P l i A t ' H M A N N . I N roi.THIN. Town f ' l e r ^ . Markets. Railway Time Table WABASH. TO CHICAOO. E»p d a l l y ....12:55 a ttxp daily 3.1'3 a -Ex. Hun 6 45 11 -Dully 1!:02 p -l:v Sun 8-30 p 1,1'AN M '.- '-i A . \ \ \ M " l .N i , I.u',1 t.Sl I.N WB L.KNU MOI.1,1 ON H )liaE3. UKA1N A N U UKLUVi.NO LI'.Ol'S. F U K N l l U K U . tlC., OK j;t A.N1T UOUU COLI-ATh-lt/Vi. UU I't-iiauN VL bli-CUHH i UN U A b l U l i TKKJUA liiA^ A N V G i l i U i l W E U U V NOliH. UI'KN »A1 MlLi «.» A. a M MMi.ua * MO:'.. 11 WATIMI ST, liN iiANIi. -U ' H V MUM: r Fll.IM US U.N A N i ' l.A.s^ i ' l L . C 1 1 U 1 1 Jf X A L , l i : A l A N 1 Hill- U l i H 1 M \ l.-l-l ,, 01' Hi-.Ni^H A l . « 1 1 1 N I ' l ·-. I ' K \"' ' ^ N J A V i-UAN I N 1 A l i i 1 \1 l'Alill.:s . f c 01 It 'H-KilS A l t ! 1-V*\ A.SU I'l H K A 1 L O J U K BJ.M ol 1 I.I11.U i.S '1I11J I ' l l l . AL . HLi.IM.hD I.. t * I H K - l l . lo.M-U'i-N'H.vl. t AI.L AM.' 11L, tu.sxi.Nt-i.u. n. 4 I-:AI.I TK ,ii;i': biia.ci W. 11. Nll.lluL.suN. LIVEHY AMD 1IUJISFEB, V l l U I . I . I n J . I M ' . l A.N i 1 I A G G A U L . U O t s i U l t A U l - , i'AI. v l . N U F L K M t u i f » ( o u» XV u T I K ^ B 1 i r u u u r * u l t h o u l ·.iuu.li I t , «· bl-»l«l"* "~ J J H"-"'" *JJ. 1-l.iH L U I . 1 U L A I , I , l « ' 'lull nllt.AKl!.H «,d J h.itti' ut,b, in v 6IL V\ h'Mi J ' u "tain a t i u n x , Ixii nr parcel haulet call u p M , - r l t i . t l i . \ . M l i i \ u u i K , ' oj u£ ui.llv . uia p t n t i t B *.-. it w 113. I'U bl. I.OIHS 1'ully 8:50 a Dully Dahy M a i l d u l l y ·Dally Kx Bun-Daily M u l l , d u l l ! FUOM CHICAGO i - D a l l y 2 18 _ ,-Dally 4 i«a i-Ex Sun 1 15 p .-Dalli, «..U P '-Kx. Hun . .. 10 HO p HELP WHEAT PRICE Trading in Corn and Oats Was Dull and Without Features. CUTTLE PRICES Ml STRONG Hog Demand Was Active Saturday and Advance Was Scored. 4.40 a 6 50 a I I l o u ' 4 : S 6 p FltOM ST. L G U l b . D u a l l y 12.45 a k Dally 8.05 a G - l a l y B 20 a .4-Ux Hun 10 '£i a. 1 Con L,nn . dy 11-Uo a H-DElly llltT a iti-Dally l !..!, . .. 11 TO KAMT. - J J a J y I j a l l y ... Cx Bun. -I/ally . Kx Sun ... 1 18 a 3 u.'Aia 51 10 15 a I I 10d 3 JH 11 30 p l-'HUM E A S I ·l-mll.v LI\. Sun . Daliy ... .Is-- nun . Daily .... Ddl!\ . .. 3:40 s ...10.o5 a ...11 10 a ... 4 2G p ... ii 17 n 10 GO 1) i o V* Kb 1 . FltOM WEbl. 2-Dally t 40 a 6 Dally 3 10 a :..-, l,x h u n 7.2l)a 4 - D n I l y .......... 11 'JO a r L i:x. Sun 6 Ai y i - H i i l l y 11 16 P C., H. D. , 0 I N P I A N A i ' O L . h F l i M I N D I A N A P ' l U h Tx H u n 0.1G a t W - I ' u l l 4 o7 a Li 1.x Sun 111:,., U Lx Sun 1J II) ·o- · . ..11 1C H I 111 li. 4J-la ly 5.SO , ·IU M ' H I N G F l l L I ) 3 4 - I ' l t l J * "° ·u-i:\ Sun 6 t». :_ r.\ sun. . ii i i.I.x b u n . . . . a m p t'!.' M III ME .^ · i n . . . i -15 a 1 l . C . M bl I l i M i r l L L i U I \ .Vir 11 lo a i ; \ bu'l 6 iJ p VANDAL1A LIKE. F V S T U O V N O - A C I I S U l . b l l . ' M N I J - A r n s ' , ' =,,,, . t 51 p Cl 1 v. bull ..-...10 ','7 a K! t'* 6uii""..-. 5 u p ! , 3 l u l l y . 1 5 p \\ 1 n l l i O U N D - U t . p l Chicago, A p i i l 28.--Coverlns b y sliurts In w l i » a t auserl a strong f i n - ish, J u l y closiriB r *c higher. Strength l a t e m the flay « a s duo lo huraerous reports f r o m St. ],ouls tolling- of dam- ago to all s o w n w l u u t . Tlie news ref e r r e d c h i e f l y to damage In Missouri and s o u t h e r n I l l i n o i s M he luaiket developed a fa,r decree of a c t i v i t y the last h o u r anil cl'ned strong. The e a i l y tone was s'l.-, i t l y easier d..s a result of s e l l i n g M a x hv local long?, but fair d e m a n d hy- c o m m i s s i o n houses for dist a n t d e l i v e r i e s tended t o steady t h e m a r k e t . U n s e t t l e d w e n t h e r h,ul a " t o a d y i n g e f f e c t on tho corn mark* t. The v o l u m e of t r n d n i R . h o v v v e r , was sni.ill. Country a c e r p t a n . , s u « r e small and I n d i - c a t i o n s pnhiV'd t o c o n t i n u a n c e o t small : e c e i p t s h e v K n m n e s s o f cash corn was a b u l l i s h I n f l u e n c e . Tho i n a i k e t t l o t - t r l M » a ' I \ , J u l y \c l i i f f i i e ' T n d i n g in oats was (]Ulet and fea- tuu'k.ss .ind a s t e a d y t o n e p r e v a i l e d all d a y J u l y rlosod pi .icticnlly un- c 1, t Tilled. ( " h ' c a B r n t c c p l p K a n d s h i p m e n t ? were r e p o r t e t l as fnlUnvs. Receipts S h i p Flour, b a r r e l s I S , n u l l S:!,000 W h e a t h u s l H Is t.li n i (iS.OOO C o i n I , u , h i Is I ' l T . u n i l 1 li,,000 oa's,_ h u s h i i s -'jr.,nno sj.i uoo CHICAGO FLOim MARKET. C h i i a e o , A p r i l 2 S - -- ' M o m -- D d i i a n d was mode: t i e , t h e i n a i k i " q u i e t a n d s t e i d - . Y V I n t i · p a t e n t s , ?3 D0(« 1 9 0 , * i m l i t s , $u .!"'a ? (Hi, s p r i n g p a t e n t s , S, - - ' . ! SO; s f a i p h t s , $3 40-3 3 fit); h.ik- ei s, $J 30r^2 !)0. 6, i n . ·*. b u n . C J. u u - l ' i bun ·'" r'2 Kx Sill · . - - * 'A . _ t,-, T,x PUP 7 VO a 3l-Ex Bun 1C.32 » ILLINOIS CENTRAL. MAI.X I.1N L-- N U l i 1 I I I . U L NIX , ' n .'in sun 1 i !"' I'l'-i !·-»· I departs. 4.35 a I l u l . s am..!, i r n ' . i t" - h . , m - , l r n ) . . 1 10 a I !.! 1 I . N . i . l i l - i n I'.M'Ho-) ......... 12 20 1 ." i l.-« V,u. . j U u l . h U . i t u v i a Cll iton) . 4 li p ii r, FS "i im'.'J. a i t . n - ............. l O . j o p MAIS'- I.l.N.'. M ' ' U U l O f . N D . ni rri l u l l . .xcn.t s i .u.iv ................ 8. no a l i . - x ( i i a ' b u n d . i y d ' n a l m a l l ) ........... 8 18 a MISCELLANEOUS. V, A , i t , I l j K.M .«, l i t M i l :"---AI:lJ |TT\ I \ I I I N 1 A I I -s 1" C i ' R . M \ N L HI ~ 1 1.11 I.. i : \ l " U . M T " f A' r i D E N f ,, ' (,,u .. ln» n.ii . \. ..11 I. II.'. -M j.S \ \ y l t l . u l . i t H ·' .^ L ' 1 1 ' t ^ I ' i t . t A M U ! 1 t b[l(lt k uld 1'lion* l«.i I^« nnt«« FurnluhBd. l i i: n . ' l I . A ID. C A H l K N t H I i i M H J C ' I C R A N D I 1 11 I 1 H. 8l»vtii. A t t v n ' K . u u n . ' i l - p i l r \% r k . A l l \\ ' I t - U ' l I t ' I 1 186! ttoit M U L u . t I'' l l u r . II InnlB. O A l t r K - l B ( l . K A N L l ' . L / I U A M ) M A P I ! i.t*r t.l /.ill, - r · t i t ) ''in .it i u 11 ln» \\ort.t, JJnw p't. i , i ' '. ) ' M I ' l l u*' 1- I ' A N A l i ' l t ( I I P A M ' u M I ' A N V W h n U n a l u il.riuM. i" · ! « in.l B l i l ' l i - r o of let. ( . K C A I ' i t t t h tifi. » »"". Illinois EttKt T h l r i l H t r e i t . ^ 'BEE j A. IIUAVIH ro 'un AI.I. KINDS uf (nun 111.I'll n i t « t - bunk .a, WUBOUS, Ililtl and K.iitlm k i n t » 1^8 -· j u ti V\at«i Btrei t. TO I'EOU'A. 1 H H M 1'EORIA. ·, 4 --i:i faun ....... :.i3« - i - J » n v ........ "."a ·-Utilly ......... B ;,-! ,» J..: I'.i ^un ..... :L'iip · '4 Datl ........ --ti- p -' ' ' til \ * T: Hnn 7 10 p T O F.VANSVIL1.E j i - ; , n t l u , n l i ;,.(«),, 31] Dails ......... 1(1 '25 n r u c i M t: VASbVILI.E .·n..:tt Sun 4 t . p ^12-Kx Sjn ....... 2.04 a ·" · T M I ' V i ^ ' 4 u n " " '' ' " - I n i i j ......... B-53 a · i M nl.n onU " "' V 2 2 4 - P i l l v ....... 2.62 p \ 1A (JllA.Mi'AK.N LINE. R- f.. C h a m p a i g n ta ! !. U a v c s .......... 7:15 a " A c i n m . cx.tpt hum 1 ly. a u l v e n ....... 8:40 u A ' f u t n ext-opt Sum' iv. l p n \ e s ... ---- f, ST p i v -11 r i i n m n i l ? H '!'.! v a i r U f 1 ^ in If! D INTEEUEBAH. , T F -DFCATUR AND SPRINGFIELD. r u rb leave T r a n t i f i r Motion for 6prlngtl!jd. a r l n n l l l f and i n t i i m i d l Hi, pM.-Hn hourly, i a. . to 9 P. ni. t nd at 11 p m. i li.utcd ^ra. E t u i u i l i i B ut towns only, leave t's and 10 a m , 1.' m ' n, 2. 4 and 6 p m . Cam to Maroa and C l i n t o n li'-ive 01 odd numbered hours f r o m B a. m. to 11 p. m. LIVERPOOL DRAIN. L i v e r p o o l A p r i l 2 S -- W h e a t -- S p o t ' l o i n i n ,1] ( ' m i l -- S p o ' f i r m A m e r i c a n m i x o d n e w , 4s 6 M . f l , old, 4s !Vad. ST, LOUIS LIVE STOCK. St. ] , i i i i i H . .Vprll 2 S -- C a t t l e -- R c u e i p t " ; , 36". m n r k r l s t e a d s , p r l c i s u n c h a n g e i l Hop«---' e ^ p l p t s . 2 0 0 0 , m a r k e t i n n griKT, iir.ces ranged $3 75 if 6 Bo, C h i r i K O , Ills., April 28.--Practically all or the loabes which cattle sellers had accepted the f o r t part of the week were legamed hy h e t t e r m e n t of trade T h u r s d a y anil the market closed up to last week's level. Chicago April 28--Cattle-Receipts, SCO; unchanged 'benves, » 4 0 V , t 6 1 6 , cows and heifer* Si.Wi:. 10, stockeia anr] feeders, »2 [email protected] D e m a n d for hogs was active t h i s m o r n i n g , and aa receipts were light the m . u k e t took an upward shoot w h i c h l a n d e d pi ices SifSlOo atmve the levels of the p r e v i o u s day. Hogs-Receipts, 9.000, 6®10o higher; mixed and butcher., $6 101,1- '". KTM« h'^'y »«i.GO(|C. r- hKht |6 30B6 ti."4, hulk uf sales J6 55{(h 60. The close ot the week f i n d s the lamb m a r k e t h i g h e r a n d bliec-p steadv on wethers, with ewes s l i g h t l y lowei than a week ago. Sheep-RecclrtK, 3,eW, eteady, $1 :5@5 SO lamhs, 1," iO(K7 40 NEW YORK GRAIN. New Y o l k , \ p r l l L'S -Wheat--I?e etil'ts, I M S 0 0 0 l i u s ' i e l s , e x p n i t s . 2?.00( b u ' - h e l i . Kpi't, h t e i d v . No. a red. nom in.il e l c v . i i D i ami i i u ' 8 c f o b ;IIH . i f l n a t O p t l n n s rlcni'd %o l o w e r . May S'!'l,r'. (.'orn -- H e i c i p t s I t S . O I f l b u s h e l s , ex p o i t « . , I.". M i i f i H p n t . f i r m , Nf J, P7( n o n i m n l , i n d "'."'U 1 -' f " ^a l t f l f | f i ° a t \o J y e l l o w .mil N " - whit'\ 57.· Op t l m i s u"lo,i d net i i n c h . n i p e d W ' t s . T i l ^ c C l ' L l K -- n e t e i p t s r . i i . O u O h u s l u f . et p u r N . 204,100 h i i s l i i ' l h Spot, s u d y m i x e d t f ' n S T ' j i . w h i t e , 37 Vs 1'SS'/zC i l i p p e d w h i t e , y«'t l i e . NEW YORK SUGAR. New Y o i i c A p r i l "*· - H i i B a r -- R a w , f i r m , f . i i r r t f i n m i ; - I ' l - l t i c , c e r . t r i f u mil 9'» t ' r,t,. I! 7 - i t i f , mol.is^es =uigar 1 1 1 - l C c , l e f l n e i l f i r m ; c n u f e u t i t . n e r s ~ A ' $1 45, m i i ' l l i l "S." .'I.!):; cui lonf, i r u s h e d , f" '10. p o t t d e r e r t $4 70; gr.'m- u l . i t e c l , SI i U . elihes, $4 S3. CLEVELAND HOG MARKET. U ? Y a r d i C'le\ e l a n d , O . April 2 S -- J l o t v e r i. Bc'iM-r 11 m i M l i n i hog receipts tw.ntv rnr'i m u r k . ' t 5c I n K h e i , ml.\ed. W 7 ) , closing BALL THfiOUGHJHE DUST (Continued from Pnge Five) ® ® ® ® ® ® @ ® ® is ® ® ® ® ® S 1 . :atur flraw blanks in the hit column. Barney Schrelber pitched the first three innings and though he got away well after the first round he did not appear to be w o r k i n g to his own satisfaction and retired In favor of Blttrolff. B l t t i h a d them on hie hip most of the time. He fanned two men in his first round, two in the next and in the eighth retired the side on strikes, one, two, three. In the n i n t h two m«n fan- nod, hut a hit batsman and a slncrle, whl'ch Coover let get away from him, tallied a r u n . The other run with Blttrolff In the box came on Quiesser's drive to center in the sixth, which was good, for three bases and was extended to f o u r when Coover dropped the ball a f t e r recovering It. The runs In tha first I n n i n g off Schreiber came on a pass, a hit batsman and three singles. THE RUN GETTING. Purtell made the circuit In the first i n n i n g for De atur as noted above. In the third hits by Purtell, Breyette nnd Kuhn, the last one being bobbed In left Held, gave two scores. In the fifth Purtell's triple and singles by Breyette and Leewe scored two. A single and a stolen base by the manager, followed by Fosters two-bagger, brought a run in the seventh. In the eighth hits by Coover, Lewis and Purtell and an error at short were responsible for two run«. A NEW OUTFIELD. K w a c m a was not In the game and Coover was moved to center, Foster be- ins put In l e f t . The new man made a pood showing for a s t a r t e r . Ho is faht on his feet and though apparently not a hard hitter ho registered twice. One was a fmifro a f f a i r and the other a nice drive to left for two bases. Foster also i n d i c a t e d by a t r u e throw to t h i r d to hold a base r u n n e r that he is not l a c k i n g m wing power. The sight of an e n t i r e now outfield caused com- ent among fans and drew remarks to 10 effect that it might be uncertain but iat it at least appeared to have the ualltles of willingness. THE SCORE'S STORY. The score follows: Decatur. rf ,lb © AMATEUR BASEBALL DIRECTORY. ire rsQuented to Bend »ddn-B»e». Uno-upc, date* and score* to Tho Re%i«w. IN DECATUK. Cadet Junlom-Ralelgh Uohtenborger, »SS "Waal Wood street. OoHeeo Street iiluee--Kalph Fo«t»r. 909 Isortn Colleffe. manager. Athletic*-- Scott Hauilln. manager, care ue- oatur Athletlo club. Atiri«u««r-BuBoh--Oeorse BaboooU, marj"8»r. Bunnyjlde--B. It. Rlggs, manager, and A, « MoKee, captln. CremoB--Orville Lloore, captain ana manager. CoromoJor«e Junior--aeorce I*m«, mananer. D«catur High School-Robert Stejihmoon. coach; Frank Andrewa. capialn. Drenmland Park Stare--Tom Ollvor. manctg- r. Deoatur Piretei--Wilbur Tunpln, manager. 2282 North Edward street. Northern LuiBuura--Karl Moore, mnimger. 170 East Olive Blreet. Decatur Qraye--Harry Cetrne. mdnuger. Decatur Athletel--Oaell Hatrielil, manager. Addre*a ISO South W a t e r etreet. Northern Stan--Paul Blak«ny. IMS North ColleKe street, DflCi.tur CarfllnaJa--Clyde Hammer, monaRer. ill play any teama not over IS yenn* of aa«. Evnns' White Capj--l. C. Evans, cirncr EUo- rado and Monroe. College Hill Junlore--^Tom Oliver, coach. Bam Park*, manager. F. B. Tall Co.--AddreM 'Tall Ea^ball Team." Decatur RescrveR-- Fred Boott, managor IN THE COUNTRY. Mt. Zlon--BMney Smith. Ml. Zlon, Ill«. Taylorvllle--Frank W. Muze, manager. Garrctt--B. F. Owen, manager. Long Creek--Crain, manager. Long Oeefc. Ills Cerro Oordo--Tuylor'a Buocaneere. WlUlaro Taylor, manager. Kennoy--Ad(Ire«» Frank lAnum, Kenney. Tile. Mansllcld--B. K. Oar\fr, manager. Pana--Joe Adame, manager. Warrengburg--J. M. Scliroeder, manager ana captain. Maroa--Lev! Creekmur, manager. Pulllvan Orar»--Address W. B. Buroh, man ager. Harrlutown--F. Downing, manager. Kenney--Frank Lanum, manager Xpert h i m I n u n l f o m t f i l n x T h e miin- r said l a s t n l » - h i 'I 1 K | I" 1 h n r t in m i n d i i u t t l n i r F i l t i H " If i n s In o n t r r to- ay. l^eewn IKIR » n o t i o n l h . » l KI'iR w i l l find t h a t b a t t t n K «% c- f i l l tvt onr* in a n d h e -nenn« t o f f i v * t i i f H e r i l i k ioy e v e r y e r m n r e K l i ' K nn.l P y f » r t v e n t f r o m Tana - o t h e i r hoi"!' 1 * t " pena the (!ny anil m « y p . t f - K ' I ' H n o t IT k 'o p!«v toila · I , i » i w r w i l l 1 k"- pitch Pari'ih i nd H r l i r » : b * r . w i t h Bomur nu R p u s n l t i l l l t v f o r u f ( w l i - - sn. M a n r i K f i r H ' . i r t h R m o f [ ) n n v l t ] » w i l l use C h r l n t n i H n , one of b i n lift . w l r l « r » . A cio»'iS of T m n v l l l * f s n i B «Kp«ct*d o v ^ r t f we t h « garne eroit \i.i:-\\ r. M o i m H U V K S A.MJ huu««h il1 guutla Nlct-nt. . r y e n t place In t h e city 1'oolur t.ul.p.) C o , : .J .North Main tt MISCELLANi;OUS. KErAIKlMI bEVMM* 1 ACH1NES, ALL klnde. Adtlron. ill) N o r t h \ \ i i l e r »trc«t, old pbulK. CJ3. or poetal. Cul \\ e» 1'm-kMil. Ewiiig K I N K S E W I N d . L A U 1 I tr M- ClilLU cU'lhea a rl«ji.l.illj. Mre. II. W atauii, Bl *i'I avenue. C U M l ' l t e A1H CAItl E'l CLBANINO Co. Bii.cial a t t e n t i o n give i to all woik. Call tor cmcou, ruM». and ielU. r. OIJ libone U3. new, Hi. Merldltt. BOUiv BINUlN'i-PKACTU AL. tog and blank book m a n u f , rturlnl. 127 8. Water eu. IJecatur. Ma, Jlorm. i fcplc. lUa«azlne. bound, naiuee »tami»l In » 14 on Uooki. jwt.*- ? m.n.omnQ;.m book,. toIlM c»»e». «tq «00t. CLEAN CINCBRS TO B lha baullnc. « the m*r ot The lulldlBS. COLLECTl7)NR - «Va C LLECTT BOARD bttSTrent. wiser,, etort accounta, labor 01.10* bnt bllle, jobber* . .4 wholeealer.· «o- Bountn. nSl^i. JudKiretlH i nd debt* of long Juadlnr. All elaiee of lalin. collooted oa JSSealSK.. o advance tee, lor our aervloe* A. T. eumm.ra * Bun. 110 Norm Watw ·treet. AWNOUNCEKEirrS. TUB REVIEW IS ADTH TtlZTO TO AN- nounce John n WUlard n a candidate tir county wiprrlMbiHlcnt nt choolz. subject to tho lit publican pi!niurl(tf. TH1B RBV1BW IB AUTB OHIZED TO AN- nounce William (P»t) Sp ingler su a candidate tor iherlff rubject tt the aUlon of the Democratic primaries »nil oounty oonventloo. Direct Line to Indianapolis Cincinnati Three Trains in Each Direction. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars. 3'erfrct Connections in Union Depots for All Points East and South J. S. FEHIUS T. P. A., llrratur Hotel, Drcntur, 111". \V. II. (iAbLO-.l'AV, (i. P. A., Cincinnati, O. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. M i n n e i p o l i s , A p r i l 2 R -- W h e a t -- M a v , " S ^ c , J u l y , 7 9 ^ t c . (.'ash: No. J n o r t h - ern, 7S*i ft 71HJC, N"o. 2 n o i ' h e r n , 77's tl 77 "io. RANGE OFjOPTIONS. (Fumlehed by Tyler. Harncy Oo.» Chicneo, Apnl 2 S -- F o l l n w l r - f r I" t o d a y ' s rung* 1 of o p t l i ' n n l t h Frid.iv'i. clnm" \ . h e n t -- upon H i g h . I.jw I lo^r Yi-Ft M.iV 7 ( i v i|'iiT r l 79^i 7S'-H TI^R T ' l ' y t l ' a J u l y ..78V«73SJ'» 71«t®% T8's'I78 HVSV, 7''{l79'/» Sort 77'4(u7S 784 77^ 7 W » ' q l t 7 8 Mny m 48««% 17 46% 4fi\fl% 4«* J u l y 4rei6's ir,'» Ifi 4HVte'/i -16B-16V4 pept 46% U' 4 9"4 4fi\ 40'-. 4t«« 0,1 ts- M n v . .. .W*n "^ 13i,fi1, -,L1S SISi J l l l v 80'»'i!8l SlitniH tdVaSl SO'iHTIl 3fi"»'5 H ,.,,° t 28% ."9 2«4 '-· 's®- 1 2"»e 7 4 1'ork-- J,,ly 1580 16.8! IB 7C-71 15 77 IB 77 .111/ 8 ' . . 8 TO 8 70 8 C5 8 US 8 65-17 Rll'i-- J u l y 8 80 8 H2 R B7 60 8 60 t U) CHICAGO MINOR GRAINS. rhlcasr., A p r i l 28 -Rye-Cash, «i®«o. C lover, $11 50 Karley. S^'HMe. Flux II OlVn lUi T l r a o t h s , A p r i l , 13 1". NEW YOIIK MONEY MARKET. New York April 28 --Money on call, n o m i n a l , no 1'i.ins. Time loans, f i r m ; t i l p e r i o d s 5'A fa 6 r e r r " n t 1 : 'Ima paper 5 1 i ( i T% p e r cent, e x r h a n f r e weak, l i f f 4 8 4 . 1 f t , s i x t v days, $ 4 R 1 @ 4 S 3 1 0 . liar silver, 6.".?_e. HEW YORK BANK STATEMENT, New Tnrk, April 23 -The hank statement folios: STAR SUNLIGHT is lt bay and white Spotted Shetland Stud Pony, 4 years old, weighing 470 pounds, 47 Inches high. Good action, fine disposition and good style. We d p f y any pony In the stato to out- shino Star Sunllffht. Will te at St. Nlrhnlas barn. T T. Sprlnff«i". ivn«r, A. M. Magef. Keyper. li'pnslts, inc'reused -.urpliiE.' dfcreanecl Excluilito U. S deposits, decreased 121 751.5110 . Zl.lMS.MO Oil,«)0 . E.99S100 3,120,500 DECATUR MARKETS. BUTTER AND EGGS, nutter, packing stock, 12WjC. Butter, c o u n t r y , t o b h at stores, SO^oo. Eggt, locally, lor s h i p p i n g , 12i 1'c. FOUL/1R?. Hens, li'4ST8V4c-. Old cookt, 6@6t. Hen turkeys. He. Toms, lOo Young goliblerfl, ISttMSo. Spring turkeys. 8 pound* and ovor, UOUO. F. F. ffetse, 7c. F. F ilucks, So. Live plgeona. Mo per doscn. Guineas, lOc. Droned poultry, !®H4o higher than ttxnt. Habblts, 60o and 75c a dozen. GRAIN PRICES. Allllers offer Uiese prices: \Vht at, new, B3o per bushel. Corn, wnite. round lots, 4 f c . Blnglo loads, -o. Coin, mixes, round lots, tic, single loia», (Mo Oiiln, white, Site; mined, 28c. H °' ** itiva STOCK. Local butchers are ottering! S h i p p i n g Bteern. Jl.OOO5.il). Butcher steero, »3.60® 00. Heavy sows, f5.GOt3K.7G. Light hogs 125 to 150 pounds, $5 7S«5 TO. Choice hogs. 200 to 250 pounds, (9 Si Cows, I2.E HclfdiB. $276(83 25. Calves, »4 W®6 00. Sheep, »3.0003.EC. Lambl, 15.00. ,,.,,,,-HIDES AND TALIjOw. Hors. hides, large. «2.1B: «m»U. ·"·· No. t nldes. SHo per pound. Sheep celts. 40®80o. Beeswax, 20o. Wool, 2Sc. Tallow, 4c. Ho X,lirlitlicra«e Job. CHICAGO CASH MAKKET. Chicago April 28 --Cash talTM at On !UBO ««- tordiv w e l l - 2B.OOO hushels w h f a t , corn 254 rioo buOiels "ats 230,OW bushels Soiiboiird sold 16 non b'uohi'l . w h e a t , corn 85,000 bushels, oats IfaO.OOO l-ushelu. ("·ash whp.it-- No. 2 jeil, 57WOOC No. 3 red, 80*860 No 2 hard winter. 79'itS3c. No. S hard w f n t e i . 7:,fa79o No. 1 northern spring, Plrff85c No S northern spring, 79@82c. No. 3 spring. 77®82o. Cash corn- No 2, 47-t«o. No 2 white, N,-s'2 yellow, No. 8, 47Uc. No. S white, 473i No 3 yellow. 4 No. 4, 46K@47o. Cash oats-No. 2, 3H4fZVif No. 2 white, n3W®84o. No S, 31«f"lV»c No. 8 white, S2sT33c. No. 4whUe. 31»4®S2o. Standard, 83®33',to. ST. lOTJIS GRAIH. Bt. Louis, April 28.--Wheat--July, 78'4J. Com, 45Uc. Oe.U, 30%c. . PEOKIA QRAIU. Pcoria, Ills , April 28.--Corn--Nop 8, 47',ic. HEW YOKE COFFEE. New York, April 28.--Coffee--Options closed net unchanged. Sales, 51,600 bags. May, $$.40. Spot rio, steady; No. 7, Invoice, 8 l-lOo; mild steady cor- dova, 10@129ic. CHICAGO PRODUCE. Chicago, April 23.--Butter--Steady; creamer- lei.-, H@2Cs; dairies. 14©18c. Eggs--Weaker; 15@15Mi'. Poultry--Easier; turkeys, I^Ho; chlokeng, IZVtc; sprlnga, I2Hc. New York World: "Have you eve done light house work?" "Not me. I wouldn't go near ith water." SOME uster. If m v p r i f Connor, c -hrdbcr, p HtroKf, p Totals ..................... 36 S 13 27 10 3 ranvllle I n m l n g t,b. ipncfr. sa Ii5'v,orth. If. n.nd Ib. . I l l s , ID ·Connell, 2h [oljcioss. i f . and If. .. ;urrow, rt iiltmarsh, p sencllnK Lewis ahead of Purtell. It's a cinch t h a t Lewis -will score p l e n t y runs If ho will manage to get on base, before Billy comes to bat. Pat O'Connor flMn't get hurted once That outfield hns the appearance of a Kansas p r u l r i o dog farm--a reKU error trap for fiehlors. who can never tell how the ball la goinif to go. Danville's hitfi prencrnlly came when the Commodore pitcliers pnt In holes and had to lay them straight over. Blttrolff appeared to have Improved In condition as fast as the Brass has been (rrowlni; and he had them breaking: their backs yesterday. The flfty odd fans on the bleacher crowded under the lea of the w-e^-t wa] and tried to dodse the dust a l o u d a Some timea the players could be see through the blinding 1 showers of dir and some times they rouldn'l. No club house, no west e n t r a n c e . They might at least get a sprinkling- cart. 13 Totals ..................... " 5 fcmshy innings. ^ ,, 2 0 , c , 2 .._« l a n v l l l r .......... S 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-5 Thrpo-hasf h l u -- Purtell, Quloswr. Two-base hits-roster. Fleming H i t by pitcher-- By Kchri-lbor-- Bpencor, Holy- rt",i; hy Blttrolff- Spencer, by Saltmarsh-- \fa;rs on balls-- Off Schrelber, J; off Balt- Stmck out-- By Bittrolff, 9; by Faltmarsh, 1. Innlnge pitched-- Schralber. 3; B l t t i o l f f , 6 Hltii-- Off Prhrelbcr, f, off BlttrolH, 5 Stolen bases-- Lewlfl, Leewe, Fostor, OTon- Pnuhlp play-- Spencer to O'Connell to Wills. Time-- 1 -SO. Umpire-- Bomar. GOSSIP OF THE For *he Gome Today. Harry Swaclna wns out of the pam yesterday. Hn believes ha h,i3 grievance and Manpnr Leewe docs no CHRISTIAN COTJNTY COTTPIJSGS. T n \ l o r v l l l a . I l l s . A p r i l 8 1 * -Marrlag* loenses were I K S I I - d ; u l « a v f n l o w » . Karl W i l e y , R u j n n r t l *t Miss Lulu Bayor. ilorrlimu-'ll" . . . . JS Pet«r Mixer, P n n n . . ^ ^ MUs X c t t i o N e c k 3 * r l , T ' n n * . 4 4 K a r l Wiley ann VJIns bu'.u I m v n r M I 1 b- m n r r i e d H m i t n \ T h e \ . ' i n n in w h e n ln» nrurc'1 Hn l i c e n s e w«.n'iM ' n op t n o n i n t t o r i sprrt't 1'oter M i r e r n ' i ' l Ml»s N ' t ' » N " U - rlert w i l l he Tii.irr «d M c - n d n v 'r I ' n n n PILES CURED Suff«rlnff for V«* rn, nod Brd~ F*om PIlM, ( roatTnctOT Murioc, iDd , U C nrrd br Pyramid pilr '«r». Trial Parhatr* Mn'lcd tree to AU VTk Send WHIR* und Adttr«w». "I w«» troubl» w i t h pll*« for mtw- ·ral y«nr« b»fnr« I woiila I»t It b« known. But »t lluit tlmy b«oam« ·» »·- vera t h a t I ooulfl not walk mid 1 had t o t a k e my bed T t r i e d «v«ryth!nB »nS n n y t h l i i i r the d " r f - r » rrefcrfhM, *B lor»lc 1ht»ir t r « n l n i « i n t « f u r » Inujf tlm« H i l t n n t i i S n i i r over ^ I t l i^w a ' 1 * STOOd. I !md bH-n y o u r nil In t l l f f t i w n t newapft- P M « RO I S»t a ^ f o ^ n t b«» nni began u s i n f f t h o n i From th*. very f i r s t I cot o i i l i h relief n n d iy t h » time I WM B t u r t i n u r on my t u r d bo* I »aw I w»« fureil. I have not bt'en tro«Mefl with thorn Bine*. Now you c«ui u»e thin «· you r!«HB«, hemnna !t U ffenuln«. V i n n s , T. A. P u i t - v n , »ton« and cfm«nt c n n t i actor. M n r l o i . Iritl " Instant rnllet «· n hn u"tton hv iirlng t h n m a r v e l o u n » - r n m M Pile Cur*. 1^ t m i n f d i a t ^ l y rot3u *» all congestion «n t BU-.'l',lnB h f f t l t nil porfln. ulours a n d lr- rlfitcd parti Tho I ' y r n m l r t f'H* Carr r o m l p r n n s-urirl'-nl o p n r m t l o r unneno«i»ry. Don't hark to pi«n«n those- tenrtor niimclen \ v h l c h iniiHt bn J n l n o * If n 0Ati«fnctnry i urn !· t n ho o M n l n e f t '1'hf inomflrtt yo i iitart tc* u«e It your m i f f * r i n g r n d l » nl t h « runs of y*ur (ir^Mil dlsftaso In I n n l R h t Th,^ r v r o t n l t i P ( l « nr» In ptit up In f h o f o r m o? "en«y (o \tnr" npFrlally m a d e n u p p O H i t o r i f n Thcv A r « Bootlllnc, Iialnl' 1 ^*, i n s t n n t r nd r l « r t H l n A t i l n l t t c a i i i i » i r w i l l l e npr.t yu a t ono« hy m a l l l n p l a i n , A C K I O A wnpprr. w i t h o u t «. o n t o' esipftnRe to vmj, if you s ii^l y o u r i am* find nldr«Kn to Pyraml'l t r ' i K Co , 2078 I ' y r . u n l d hnlld. IIIE M » ! " l m H . Ml -h A f t r r von t o o i ' ' \ e this w n m p l p . vui oan g f t a r e u l f t r H!X«I p n o k ^ R o o f r v n i t n H Pilf* ^ n r f at T u n ' rtruKK:" 1 ! 1 ! f T SO o f n t s . or If h* r u a i i ' t H. s» nrl un t h « inoni y n n - l w o w i l l *cr.rt I t t o J O M The Danville Kittena arc a husky ookinfc bunch, nicely uniformed, but .hey are not ae fast In the Hold or aa good at the bat as Three-I fans are used to. ---!-Two Danville faces recognized by Decatur fans were those of "Did" Spencer ,once with Bloomlngton, nnd Jack O'Connell, who played with Evansville onoe on a time. O'Connell is a dentist in winter. --:-The mighty Holycrosa got a hit the first time up and Schrelber eoaked him in tha slate the next time. Blttrollf fanned him once and he went out on a weak little foul In his other try. eewe stepped on Wills' hand when the latter Blld Into second In the seventh inning and he had to retire. Wills Is hie and plays first base nicely when he doesnt forget. Jxtst before the game Ijeew* derided to change his batting order again, ® ® ® ® ® .3 ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® pToteiisfjr H A. Holllster of the Hnherslt of lllirinis Inspector of the high schools of th state, has i8tu»d a booklet on the "Presen fctitus of the High Schools of Illinois." Th following are some oC the facts contained tho booklet: There, are about 400 high schools in the stat principally in central and northern Illtno! with 1,800 teachers ana 45,753 pupils. All th schools are located In cities or towns The aro only thirty-six township high schools. Co- county has twenty-eight high schools and Calhoun, Hardln, Polk and Putnam counties have n° nQ The other ninety-seven counties represont 83.852 square miles of territory of which only 2 S31 tquare miles are included In the free high school districts. The largest high school area In. any one of the counties Is 1,513 square miles in LaSalle county, with Its three ereat township high schools. The aval age high school area per oounty ifl twenty-four square miles, or two-thirds of » township An investigation of a large number of schools shows that the tuition changed Is less than two-thirds of th» cost per pupil of maintaining thf school. A vast majority of the people w-io live In the high school districts and who mtlnuln the schools are ware earners. CAN YOU PICK THE DECATUR BALL TEAM Fill out thU coupon end return In to H. L,. Oldham by Sunday, April 28. Catcher* Fltehem , Flnt bim . Second bfutt Third bun ShorUtop Sight fleia Center field » Left field Make your selections from the following playeri: l*ewe, Kuhn, Breyette, King, Purtell, O'Connor, Lemon, Hannah, Thornton, Bwa- clna, Coover, Bonmr. BlttroUf. Byfert, Dowell, KejOB, Schreiber, Pariah, Lewis, Ktppenham. GEBHART Headquarters For American Field, Poultry and Hog Fence The Ellwood Poultry »nd Rabbit F«nc«, two-Inch mrflh, i* tnor« than its title impliet. It will turn Hor»e«, Cattle and Hogs Light enough to make it inexpensive, clou enough to V e e p in the chicki; a perfect fence for al! purpose*. I keep in itoek American Poultry Fonce, 2 to J!t-inch to. mesh. Farm and Walk Gates. Call when in need of Cattl« Hog, Poultry, Garden and Lawn Fencing; also barb wire in ho§ and cattle in 80- rod spoolt and by tb« pound. Don't buy until you get: my pr»c«, which is the lowest. Write or call up either phone or eall and inspect my large line of Fencing, Farm Implements, Buggies, Carriage and Farm Harness.. Field Kerry's Garden Seed, Planet Jr. Garden Tools 1 have two cars of Plymouth Binding Twine for the trade. Grt my guarantee prices and buy the best standard twine made. At.k your neighbors why it is so good and even. One prict to all. A. F. GEBHART Both Phones. Gebhairt Block HAVETOUE Electric Fans GLEANED Aim RE PAIBF.D. We Carry a Large Stock of Both CEILING AND DESK FAHS. Vaughn Electric Co. Both Fhozu 85T N. Main St. IN £V SPA PERI ,, NEWSPAPER!