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THE ABGTJS. SATTTODAY, SEPTEMBER 22. IfJOO.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED CAN VASS-KR.S. APPLY OR
address -3W htventh avenue. Moline.
WANTED TWENTY FIVK CORN'
sbucker .by the cunning company at
Bears. tlve cent car fare.
W man. cn eotrmi-nion or salary. Address
Ouaker Oli and Implement company, Cleve
TTTA KTID-L HORERS. SI 'S PER DAY
V lkjrt. .w per wek Teams'ers, .
pr mon'h and Hoard. Callahan Construltlon
Co.. bnemeia, lit.
WANT TO TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solleltew for Rook Island. Permanent
nncl-lnm M MUcbeil Lvr.de building, tie
teen 5 and 0 p. m.
TTTA NTED-LO A L SOLICITING A CENT
v v for accident insurance: ot.e wno can
devote s'inder.'. 'line to the bus'rew to make
It profitable. AdareM "E. M." AB(.Ui
iTiK'rm-vm-w; ok MirDf.F-s.GED
man. of erertry aritl wood adures.
C(ilC'(r n1 sl'c-tn rhn to advaao
Apply F. li. Boo'.lie. 3 Twentieth ssreet.
TirANTI'lT A MAN IN THI TOWN Nl
Yv county t ca'iVa. and sell a bmpuci
h'inwhu!d art iole A rol seller It tt w
Chti i.e Ria'rdaJ7 Addrevt Wiltim Trep
u. 1!J Suj't lioyce ivetue, l,lcK. Id.
-TirANTEn-HITSTLING AGENTS TOSEI.I
v our Incandescent gasoline lama. Each
tiumer producer loft candle power liifbt: all
mores want them: eool ltuu:emnt to relia
ble mlcsiti'D. Iht Ohio lUuailaatluK com'
piny, Mansneld. Ohio.
TITANTEI-WK WI H TO SW.'l'KE THE
v v services of a local or travelicesalesman
to sell our line r-t lubriealuir and refined oil
ri-a'. paints and white lead. Salary or com
mission Adlress the American Petroleum
Iroduct Co.. office and rellnery. Findlay, Ohio.
ITT ANTED MAN. UPRIGHT CHsItAC
V ter. to manage hiuine of old estab
lished house. Salary !H oer weeK ana ex
iM;n4a. p;ivMe each wefk direct from head
(jiiar'.ers- Lpens nnncv advanced. Pohitlon
iwrmnnen'. Standard Iiou.se. 301 Caxton
WAN l'ED SITUATIONS.
VrANT?:I CASHING OR WORK TO DO
f V at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
"IITANTFD -SITUATION 11V CTRL
II years old. to assist In houseworkc
nurse girl. Inquire at SI I Twenty-set
TITA NTED SIT!" AT ION AH CLERK IN
li grocery or other store by experienced
ToucK man. ( an furn'sh the best of refer
nee. Address N. S. this office.
ANTE' HOARfiKI'S. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at 'J-'1 r ourth avenue.
WANTED TO RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE
with modern Improvements. Addreas
'Seneca.-' care AK'.Ci
"1 1TA NTED ti KNTI.EM AN HOARDERS IN
yv private fumily; borne pri.lleKes. Call at
ivia fourth avenue.
"llfANTKD-ROi IMS AND HOARD FOR
v KemU'inan nnd to indies la tfood
location. AOdress L 'J. A K'ils om'0.
H7ANTED H( l'SE IN GOOD REPAIR.
y from four to six rooms, within walkiuif
distance of Har,er house. Inquire "O. N
"fr'ANTEI 15 Y GENTL'MAN A NO WIFE
yy one or two furnished roms and board
In vood location and near busines centre.
Address "N. II," Aki.cs
lUANTKO TO RENT A IIOl'SE OF SEV-
en or elirht rtHimsbei ween Kevenfenth
and Twenty rl'th streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenu-s. Addr ss l, AB'.l's.
rANTTD GENTLEMAN IS OR .V
t v years of e can tet a nice place to
board and a trood home. Must be neat and
clean. Addres A. H Johnson, city.
"llfAXTKII-HY YOUNG COUPLE TWO
fv or t'ree unfurni.hd rooms for PVt
otlseleenIllf. or sm.ill motlern flat. Must he
centrally located. Address W," care AHUCs.
"IITANTKO FVERYIW1DY CALL THAT
y uses a straw, crin or leeborn hat
Cleaned and bleached while you wall 10 cents
each, vis Fifteenth street, oppotite court.
bouse, Kocli island.
UTANTED LOVERS OF ART TO LEARN
vv to paint your own piotures New meth
od of paint in and enlsnrir life like portraits
bv shadowgraph. Taturht for f.1 Studio 215
t--.rteer.th street, opposite court home. Rock
"IITASTKI) 11V A GENTLEMAN AND
v wi'r. nmnn and bord In private family.
Wuuli! prefer unfurnLhed rooms and there
ni'ist be bato. H ard must be lirst class for
which liberal rate will be allowed References
Addreks J W. A Hot's.
TUAN TED AGENTS VOX GALVESTON
yv The Horrors of a Stricken Cliv, ' by
Murat HalsteU. a fearful taie of s beau'eous
cltv swept Into the soa emand enormous.
Sj endid book. Only il.W a -nts sellinx
from U to 1( dailv, and clcar'nir from f 1 to
dailv. A bnaDi for arents Vly Indorsed
Imxk. rrt-isbt ptid. Cre.iit Kiven. Ouili's
free. Send six cent Hamim for postaire Hli:
orcmtssions Senu forouttl and terr.tory t4t
day. The Dominion company. Dept. A, Chi
cago. MONEY TO LOAN.
TVTONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
.' L on any kind of seounty Also oboice
property for nale and rent. W. L Coyne,
k) Seventeenth street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
cape loans by W. H Kastmao, I71t Seo
ond avenuo. without puMltv or removal. He
also xiim ooilectlons hard ones m apeolally.
T A NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
y t monds. watches, jewelry, hardware
ruu'lcal Instruments, blcyoles, clotbinf. dry
o 'it furniture, eta. Highest cash prices
paia ror seuona nana cooas ot an Kinas also
The above coods for sale at half the usual
stor prices. A 11 business transactions strictly
cormenuaj. ins new numner ana location.
l.vjs Second avenue Don't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
mar most notei ;fr.man mroirvi.
A- clairvoyant ucd independent slate writer,
Is oerm a- ently located lu Davenport, and can
aj t cons' it et: on ail ajuestions of life, at
r.er paru s. lit Harrison street. Davenport,
KAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at SJll Fourth ave
nue if you Lave any rak-. rubber, etc.. to sell.
I will cotr.e to your bcue and psy you from
0 to 7b per hundred for rira. Ail calls will re
ceive prompt attentiun. li. F. Kluccer.
J P. WILLIAMSON PUYS. SELLS. AND
t ex -h arises all kinds f reeond band goods,
wia pay mere than any other dealer and aeil
cheaper. All kinds of S'ove repairirg and
eleaxLine dose also- J. P. WLl:amon. 1511
Ir YOU WANT TO PUT. SELL. TRADE
or rctt nrtjU.13. ije help or ser-ure s
Situation the Maa Is tie one paper in Mount
that cn do It for you. Wall wants are popu
lar and Mail wants brtn rt ru..t Oce-balf eent
pmr word is the price to all aaie eash In aV
vaaow.- eens siJDBe wtli lo saisujad
bunday UaU, tHoima, 11L
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
rANTED A GOOD GIRT. FOR GEVERA
housework at lllc rourih avenue.
rANTEO A X"'D Gf RL FOR fiF.NEtlA
bousewoikat itT tij tmn stree
ttfASTED THEn GIRLS TO LEARN
vy (ilohc room woik. inq Ire at Harper
t SJA NTED DRESSMAKING T 14"!
y Third avenue. Satisfactory littung and
nrAvTED- A GIRL FOR GENER
v hoiwework at fcjl Niceieenth street
Mrs. F. JJ. Jones.
1TTANT"T A GIRL FOT1 GfNERAL
f y housework. Atply to Airs. C. . Dur
him, 10SO First avenue.
X IT ANTED FIR5T CLASS WA15T
v ma'ser at 1 refferc Co.. ,wWtiSeii!
;-et. D..venp-it Uo--i salary to right party
iueoui urst-ci s3neej appiy.
ITANTED-A STRGNGGIRLOF 15 YEARS
T of aze desirinar an education, wbo n ould
M'e to secure a iroou bom to earn her board
Keferenoes vi n. Cll after school b'jun o
auurss i-a second avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES
nOR RF.N'T A HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOM
A with good barn. AdJrc a -jot Eitfbih
L?OR RENT-STORE ROOM AT 1513 SEC
oid avenue. Enquire at store or of T.
TT!OR RKST-BOUSK OF FIGHT ROOMS
J- at C15 Fifth-and-one-half avenue. In
quire at Fifth avenue.
T7KJR RENT II RfJMJM HOUSE WITH
-A- barn, corter Thirteenth avenue and Thlr
ty-efh .h street. Modern conveniences. One
Diock from Mm street rar line. We'l adapted
for boarders. Rent f."S. Apply to E. H. Guy er
FOR RENT ROOMS.
TT'OIi HEsT FUKNI UED ROOMS WITH
L modern conveniences at 511 Twenty-third
TJOR RENT A FURNISHEDKOOMSUITA
A? ble for two persons. Call at 1608 Second
avenue: secona caor.
Ci'OR KENT A FURNISHED RtJOM WITH
bath and steam heat in Industrisl Homi
tuiiQinr. Appiy to Mrs. fnelps. In bulidlnr.
liXJU RENT-LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
L with a I conveniences; one or twoiounx
men. Call at 10O3 t irst aveuue between 7 aud
IilOlt RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
a. secona noor room: outside entrance
soutneast exposure. Gentleman Preferred
AVlllJ at tui aeventa avenue.
fKK HINT IN TdK VIRGINIA, LAKGK
a. rooms, well furnished tiu hth unH
steam L at. hiximsll som as iMr woir a
weil appointed borne table. Special rates bv
no ween, nest tociiion in tne ity. corner
i nirteentn street ana secona avenue.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
.TOR SAIX-TffOGOOD HORSES: APPLY
at J. li. fc-ekhart s. i-M Twentieth street.
lilOR SALE A YAWL SAILUOAT AT
A. reasonable price. Inquire at 7ii Sixth
ITOR S ALE-F'FUKETS AT i! EACH. W
A- C. Snyder, U'-t W. Sixth aireet. Daven
fjlOR SALE A LATE IMPROVED SMITII-
17'ORS ALE -O.VEOPES ANDONETOPHl'l
A. el cheap if taken at once Inuuire at lfi"l
riitn-anu a-nair avenue.
ITtOR SALE -AN ASSORTMENT OF
a. choice plants Incliit! nu- some line olean
der trees, iuestlay m-riai-K- No. &-, Four
eenth-ana a-hair street.
LWSA1.K-A HEATING STOVE THAT
s. burns either ha d wood or hard coal
inly useu a suort time anu vui n sola at a
bargain. Call at -V t hirteenth street.
I7OR SALE A GD SKl'ONI) HAND
1- surrey and set of double barness: cheap
r tautin at once. j iseixtn, anetv oou
Works, corner Sixth avenue and Eleventh
jOK SALE A LAUNCH J5 FEET IXKG
with a I-horse power Kasolin enilne
with 20 inch propeller and in Kood runnlne or
der Price reasonable. Call at fc'JS Third ave
f7KR S A US CO A L IN ANY QUA NIT Y
A. of 60 bushels or over at 92.75 per ton. de
Uvered C. O. D. to aiy part of the city
Leave orders at Commercial house barbel
Shop, Rock Island, or Enos James, Milan
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TTIOR SALE A B-KOOM HOUSE ON SIXTH
X avenue rear T wentv-cijchih street for
K3.30O, by Hull CO.
TjHDR SALE OR TRADE A STORE BUILD
" lnr for rc al esta'.e In South Rock Islaud
Apply at I tit Second averue.
TO S ALE-1-ACRE FARM ONE MILE
-A' south of Ar.dalusiv Address Charles Fel
per. ilTJ IIdy street. Davenport.
IjXK SjALK MODEltN KllIDENCE WITH
1 lot HOxlSO. nine rooms, bath room and
aundry. bet ween Meventb and Twelfth streets
on fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson i
TjTOR SALE IXTS IN MCENIRY'S AD-
A. d.t'.on bv E J. Huras. room 12. Mitchell A
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue. between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street straet car lines. Terms to suit pur
LOST AND FOUND.
TOST A BLACK CLOTH CAPF, BE
11 twern Mitchell & L nde's bank and I- E.
Wests onice. Return to L. E. Wtst's office
and be rewarded.
T OST A LADIES' TOCKKTB0OK. BE
11 tween Sixteenth and Eighteenth streets
on Secona avenue. Ftn-ler return to AB
crs otJlce ar.d be rewarded.
T OST-ON SECOND OR THIRD AVENUE
11 retween Seventeen. b and Nineteen b
streets. ymer:av afternoon three 10 bills
and one bill, tidward ot (lOfor Its return to
Ths ABtcs office.
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
TVR. A. L. THOMPSON TREATS ALL
XJ chronic diseases, functional disorders.
nervous and mental troubles. Consults Hoc
free. n Fourth avenue.
One Fare Flos .
The D.. R. I. & N. W. Rr. is sell-
ag hpnieseekcrs' excursion tickets to
points in Iowa.. Nebraska. Colorado.
Minnesota, the Dakota, and other
points in northwest territory at one
fare plus $2. Tickets on sa!e the first
and third Tuesday in eich month.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc.. inquire at city ticket oUice,
S03 Second arenne. or passenger
tation, foot of Twentieth street.
I had a runnirjr sore on my Iec
for Tenl rear.'1 writes Mrs. James
orest. of Chicpe FsJ!s. Wis-, "and
pent nu&iircd ol collars in trvin. to
et it hea'ed. Two hoxes of Banner
Salve entirely cured it." For sale by
, CAUSE OF COUNTRY.
Continued from Third page
able to aeeept. Politicians ara asking
if it can be that Brjau will give Sou.
ator Hanna an opportnnily to display
his forensic piwers in a duel which
will brin the two greatest leaders of
paiiy politics in America together
and make Hanna the issue in the c m-
The republicans gathered in a strag
gling crowd at lamer nail last mgnt.
C. E. Tibbifcs. of Chicago was tne at
traction. Mayor William McConochie
W83 master ot ceremonies. In his re
jsarks Col. Tibbies, probably became
so many republicans are supporting
Bryan, refused to refer to the present
cn:i-st f.s between democrats and re
pjljlicaDB. He compared the organi
zations of tho opposing forces, and
pretending to see an immense anperi
ority on the republican fide, advised
his hearers to get in the band wagon.
The ruuin portion of his ha:anguc
was given over to prpviug th:it there
are no trusts, that Brvau is a dishon
est importer and McKinley a god, and
otber equally extravagant nighls or
the imagination. When he had sub
sidud the remnants of the crowd had
to hurry to escape a serenade of cam
paign songs by the glee club.
A telegram was received todav
confirming the word previously re
ceived that Judge N. E. Worthington.
of Pecria, will visit the twin-cities,
speaking in Moline next Saturday
Dr. Rinson, the colored emissary of
the republican 6tate central comnrt-
tee sent to speak at the emancipation
celebration today, was not met at the
depot by a reception committee, as
announced. Instead, he was grteted
bv the baggageman, who kindly
pointed out the way np town.
American Army and Navy Heroes.
We are in receipt of a very hand
some pack of playing cards from the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing association,
of St. Louis, which depicts the like
nesses of our army and navy heroes
on each faco c.rd, the designs being
entirely new and superior to anything
hfrptninr iilt(inntd. 1 he cards are
full size and highest qnality, gilt-
edged, round cornered and indexed.
fanely lithographed, and with either
red, green, blue or brown backs cjm
bined with gold in a truly arti9tic
pattern. The cards are packed in a
substantial leatherette case colored to
match the backs. The regular retail
price of cards of this quality is 60
cents a pack, bnt by reason of the ex
traordinarly large quantity the An
heuser-Busch people have prepared,
they are enabled to sell them at 25
Cents a pack and prepav postage. In
ordering more than one package our
readers are reminded that they can
have the colors assorted to suit. In
remitting, send either money, stamps,
postal note or express order and ad.
dress Malt-Nutrine department. An
heuser-Busch Brewing association,
St. Louis, Mo.
Do not forget the popular excursion
on the Burlington to all points on its
line in Nebraska and nortoern Kan
sas. Tickets on sale to Oct. 2 and 1C.
Sale limits and conditions on bomt-
seekers tickets at the extreme low
rate of $12 for the round trip.
rickets will not entitle the holder
to Pullman car privileges. Apply for
further particulars to M. J. I'oung,
agent C. . B. & Q , and H. D. Mack,
division passenger agent.
Excursion to Spring Held,
Thursday, Sept. 27, 1900, on ac
count of the great Illinois state fair.
A solid through train to Springlield
and return via Rock Island & IVoria
and Chicago & Alton railways.
Loaves Rock Island at 7 a. m. $2
for the round trip. For particulars
apply to agents, or address
M. A. Patterson,
General Passenger Agent, Bock Isl
Acts gently on the
CUANSES THE 5YSTEM
OVERCOMES A?7 ' rff1
CVF TMt wtNUlHC - MIN T O 6
rot aau sau
ru set Rtsvat,
TE0TTBLJES 'OF TEETB CVTK
Of the Political Sort Art Now Claiming
London. Sept. 22. A flood or elec
tion manifestos appears in the morning
papers. The Conservative candidates,
following rue lead ot Balfour and
Chamberlain, given the successful war
tin.' first place In their campaign. Sir
Henry Camvfholl-Bnnnerman. Liberal
leader in the house of commons, and
ISir William YVmou Harcourt. in their
addresses, denounce the "unprecedent
ed precipitancy of a dissolution iu or
der to snatch a hasty judgment on an
Incomplete recister of voters.
Sir William Vernon Harcourt de
clares an "ephemeral war" not the sole
test of goot! government, ancouncin
that, although from the moment of the
Boer invasion he had turuortejl tUe
government, he has not changed his
original opinion that the needed re
forms might have been attained with
out war. "The result of the govern
ment's policy." says Sir William, "is
that we ure now the best hated coun
try In the world and burdened with
the accumulated debt and an increased
taxation. We may well regard our
national finance with the greatest ap
prehension. The t ost of the war will
not fall short of locMXH).U0."
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
dwells upon the "Failure of the gov
ernment's diplomacy and preparations
for war," and upon the "miscalculation
of Boer strength."
FOUR PERSONS ABE MISSING.
Probably Fatal Collison at the Entrance
to the St. Clair.
Port Huron, Mich., Sept. 22. The
barge Martin, in tow of the steamer
Maurice I. J rover, was sunk In the
rapids at the entrance to the St. Clair
river last night by the steamer Yuma,
and Captain James Lawless, of Lorain;
William Koss, mate, of Toledo; Mrs.
Bacon, cook, of Toledo, and one sailor,
whose name is unknown, is missing.
Gabriel Peterson. Walter Wendel and
Rudolph See. of Cleveland, George
Kyle, of Toledo, members of the crew,
The Yuma was bound up and the
Grover and Martin bound down loaded
with iron ore. The accident occurred
just below the sunken wreck of the
schooner Foutana. The Yuma crashed
Into the starboard side of the Martin
at the fore rigging and the Martin
went down like a stone.
Fnslon Completed In Montana.
nelena, Mont., Sept. 22. Fusion of
the Democrats and Populists was ef
fected yesterday on a satisfactory
basis, all candidates nominated, and
the conventions adjourned Just before
midnight. A scheme of fusion was ar
ranged to Include the Labor party, but
that party refused the agreement, and
nominated one of their own men for
governor. The fusion candidate for
governor Is Joseph K. Toole, of Helena.
McCoy and Wife Reconciled ?
New York. Sept. 22. Through his at
torneys Kid McCoy yesterday had his
suit for absolute divorce from his wife
discontinued, and Abraham Hummel,
acting for the pugilist's wife, had her
counter charge withdrawn at the same
time. The order for McCoy's arrest
also wns vacated. Justice BischorT, in
the supreme court, signed the formal
order for dismissing the case.
"National" Party Has No Ticket.
Boston, Sept. 22. The National par
ty, composed of men who feel that
they cannot vote for either McKinley
or Bryan, at a conference held at
Young's hotel yesterday abandoned the
Idea of keeping a presidential ticket in
the field, and Archibald M. Howe, of
this state, who was nominated for vice
president in New York on the 5th Inst.,
is expected to follow Senator Caffery,
of Louisiana, the presidential nominee,
iu formally withdrawing his candi
dacy. Bnmper Harvests for India. !
London. Sept. 22. The Times pub
lishes the following from Simla: "The
monsoon continues. The cotton crop
is generally excellent; and the pros
pects of a bumper harvest iu food
grains is certain in most of the coun
try. There is a great reduction in the
numbers on the relief list."
National Municipal League Adjourns.
Milwaukee. Sopt. 22. The Nationnl
Munclpnl League held its final meet
ings yesterday. Charles J. Bonaparte,
of Baltimore, was one of the principal
speakers. His paper was entitled "The
Essential Element in Good City Gov
ernment." Minuter Wu's Practical Sympathy.
Washington, Sept. 22. The Chinese
minister, Mr. Wu, upon hearing of the
Galveston disaster, telegraphed to
Governor Sayers an expression of deep
sympathy, and accompanied that with
his personal check for $100.
France Annexes Some Islands.
Melbourne, Victoria. Sept. 22.
The Kurutu and Tabual islands were
formally annexed to France by the
governor of Tahiti, Aug. 21, at tbe re
quest of the natives.
Indianapolis Geta the ftoverelgn Grand.
Richmond. VaM Sept. 22. The Sov
ereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. decled
to hold Its next session in Indianapolis.
Only one ballot was taken.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
Last year 32,efil vessels." or 34,233.
5S0 tons, entered and cleared Chinese
The grand maneuvers of the French
army concluded with a review of 97,
000 men by President Loubet.
Michael Jordan has been rrrested
for killing Louis Miller in Milwau
kee, and says it was an accident.
A fruit propagator has produced a
seedless apple. These new apples are
superior In flavor to theordinary kinds.
The Chicago pension office has re
ceived requisitions from Washington
for $2,7.-0.00O to psy October pensions.
William B. Kennedy, who was chief
of police of Chicago from 3807 to ISO),
was found dead in his bed Thursday
The Mexican census, recently com
pleted, shows a total population of 12.
401.373, over two-thirds of whom are
Another death from bubonic plago
has occurred at Glasgow and an addi
tional case of the disease has been re
August Balander, a boiler maker,
died at Chicago as ths result, tt Is be
lieved, of iBjuriei inflicted by playful
COLORS OF THE ALLIES
Continued from First Pace.
ueianvieu last iuesaay. lne enmese
not complying, the allies opened
heavy fire on Thursday morning, kept
it up for several hoars, aud then
stooped to await the arrival of rein
forcements. They expected them the
same night. Temporary reports of the
tight say it was hot and that the
losses of the allies were heavy.
A copyright dispatch from Peking,
dated Sept. 17. says: "General James
H. Wilson, the American commander.
took l'ei Ta Cliu this moniiug. de
tails of the affair have been learned,
but the British officials have received
a tlisivatch announcing that "the tem
ples wete taken according to arrenge
ment. It is expected that General
Wilson will move on San Hai Tien
(San Kia Tien?) and destroy. th
Chinese arsenal at that place. Ja
pauese scouts report that the sur
rounding country is free of the enemy.
Von TTalderaee to See Troops.
Shanghai, Sept. 22. Count Vqtj
aklersee reviewed U.U00 men of tho
land fore? today.
Funeral of Mr. Kahlse.
funeral services over the remains
of Mrs. William J. Kablke were held
at the bereaved home, 1010 First ave
nue. at 10 o deck this morning.
Rev. It. Simons, of the Baptist
church, conducted the services, in
which he was assisted by a choir,
cam posed of Mrs. Hamilton, Miss
Begue and Messrs. Sheldon and Koos
There was a profusion of Moral trib
The remains were laid away at
Chippiannock, the pallbearers being
r. L. Bobbins, JJavid Don, M. L
Sweeney, August Heirabeck, Louis
Schmidt and S. B. Stoddard.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein died in Moline
today from the effects of an obstetri
1 he will oi Annette 11. Gnyer was
admitted to probate vesterdayr After
providing for the disposal of the per
sonal property, the instrument gives
to the daughter oi the deceased, Mrs
Annette Guyer Kimball, the home
residence on the corner of Eighth
avenue and Nineteenth street, and de
clares that the remaining property
soall be divided equally between Mrs.
tuniball and K. H. Guyer. J. he latter
is made executor without bond.
Rosella A. Kistler has asked for a
divorce from John Kistler before the
circuit court. The couple were mar
ried at Edgington in 1875, and
Mrs. Kistler alleges that two years
ago her husband deserted her.
In the circuit court this morning
Cora France was granted a divorce
from Andrew France on the ground
f cruelty. At noon court adjoarned
iill 2 o'clock Mondav.
O. II. Skoglund, sheriff of Bureau
county, arrived last evening and left
on the midnight train for Princeton
with the negro William Smith, alias
James Carter, wanted for the alleged
murder of another negro at Sheffield
on Labor day.
Chinese Pulse Feeling;.
The Chinese physicians, it Is well
known, have long had the credit of
paying very particular attention to the
pulse. They even pretend to derive a
much more minute and accurate knowl
edge of the state of the sick from that
source than European practitioners lay
any claim to.
The patient Is directed to be laid in
bed, with his arm resting on a small
cushion. The physician must re seat
ed, and both parties are enjoined to re
main calm, silent and collected. The
fingers ore next to be applied in due
succession, one after another. In order
to Judge of the compressibility of the
The Chinese do not Infer, solely from
the rapidity of the pulsations. Their
mode is to compare the number of pul
sations of the artery with the intervals
of the respiration of the patient. The
number of pulsations of a man in mod
erate health they consider in relation
to the time of a natural inspiration and
expiration. Four beats of the pulse
during this period they consider as In
dicating perfect health. If It exceeds
five pulsations, It Is considered as too
quick; if under that number, as too
slow respecting good health. It is re
quired to reckon 50 pulsations in order
to form a correct Indication. Their
chief divisions of the pulse are four,
the superficial, the profound, the quick
nnd the slow. These they consider as
having relation to the four tempera
ments, the choleric, the sanguine, the
phlegmatic and the melancholy.
The women have a great deal to say
a!but the necessity of a young married
woman "beginning right with her hus
band." a if she ought to go nt him lite
a bjrse trniner goes at a young colt.
Oat 21 c to 21c
Hay Timothy, 7.5Je$8; prairie, f 5 to Tt 50.
Straw f. 00.
Coal 12. 50 per ton, .
Butter Choice to fair, 16a: fresh creamery.
Hens 6e per pound.
Spring chickens, ttSOQf 1 per dozen.
Xucks Sc. f
Cattle Hutetiers say tor oorn fed steers.
4H&5c; cows and heifers, lo&io; c aires, 4&3
Spring- Lambs VZ SCCS SO.
HcgS SO.UWSJ5 t5-
Fox Infant aid Children.
Tta Kind Yea Rars Alwajs Bsugfet
m li i
If the stove or
range you buv
bears this trade
mark, you are
ing in a stove.
'i he most
ent and durable,
the most econ
i . ,
iri omicai in c
3 Munition OI
years as the
hi ghes t -
standard of stov
wm mw mm
Vienna Ladies' Tailor,
1CHN PESH, Over 1812 Second Avenue.
Fine Ladies' Tailor made garments at fair 1'rices.
Also furrier expert. Call
3esl Dining Car Service.
In all its stages tnerc
shniild be ctcaniiucsti.
Eljs Cream Lalrn
the diseased rjcm')r.-.:;c.
Itcircscatiirrh in J drives
sway a co.d iu tae L.a4
Cream T5alit. is plncrd Into the riostriln, spreads
over the rneiaUriio and is a-isorle - T.K.'.ct ia im
mediate and a cu -e follows. It is not drying Joet
sot produce sneezing. iArge Size, GO cents at Drug.
gUU or by mail ; Trial Si., 10 cents by mail.
. IXY BKOTHKKS, W Warren Kueet, ICew Tork.
Ana wise hoac-kcepers are
now putting in their winter
stocA of coal atsnmmer prices
Let ua till your order while
the coal is clean.
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone .1198, Fifteenth street
J"' 'First Arenne.
TKEYTASTE VERY M
MUCMLIKC IO stfLSA
C. CICABS WR
&vaw rrn nr ?,
mm cr v.ui rr1! li -
i?( X - r WE
LARGEST STOVE PLANT IN THE WORLttE
are aolU l-
We curry a eomnlet line of eseeed
IriK'y p'.ea'ant erllcaeious lotions,
creams, hulr tonics. imwiWs. toilet
waters. FJeKi.nt up to date perfume,
tooth and liair brushes. Their use w ill
counteract the 111 efleets of the sun.
wind, smoke, soot and dust. We -ell
our own make face powder in hulk tt
U'c per cz.
Har.z & Ullemeyer.
Druggists, ot'l Twentieth ft.
Close from 1 to G p. m. on
and consult him.
THE TRAVELKKS1; (JUIDK.
SI Pacific. Railway Ticket
can be purchased or baKKnk'R
checked at It. 1. to. 1. Twentieth
street depot, or C, H. 1. & 1'.
depot. corner f ifth avenge and
ruirty-first street. Frank 11 pluinmer. Agent.
I ltIT. wrst.
.it d:T6"ani ;:) sui
. t 5:0ft am tI0:HS pra
. t fii.vi aiol V oil era
.It :ti0 limit 1 1 : t'o pia
.ltrf:0r am! 3:m) a.n
Denver Limited A Omiihit..
ft. Worth. Denver & K. C . .
Omaha and Des Moines
tOmaha A Minneapolis
Omaha &. Lincoln Kx
tDenvcr. Lirft-oln & c tmnha.
Denver. Lincoln & Omaha..
Des Moines Kxpress
Rock Island & Hureau Ac. .
St. Paul Minneapolis
Denver, Ft. Worth ft K C.
7M amtll:IO pm
lll:f.5 pnit (VH5 am
j 3:l. am S:0S am
;ia:IO m t :a2 am
S 1:.W pru 5;S() pui
3.U5 amit pm
t -:l? pm
t tt:3 am
t 3:50 pin
t 3:-!fi pm
t 7:40 am
t 7:00 pan
t Kansas City. St Joe ADnvr
(Kock lMand & VVHshmKton
Chicwo & nes Moines...
Rock Island t Ilrooklyn Ac
tOmaha & Rock Island... .
tChlcago, & Davenport
Arrival. tDeparture. JDaliy, except Kun
(Dally except Saturday. All others dally. Tel
JpOCK ISLAND & PKORIA
Hall way Depot Firfct ave
nue i.id Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, (Jeueral Passcn
rer Agent. luxenKr trains
leave C, R. f. t P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (is)
minutes earlier than time
given. K. L. tloff, a cent.
t l.avs. AKHiva
is. etc H:05 am
Peoria Kxprens ! 7:3.0 pm
Peoria, fcprlngUeld, C'noJn-:
nail ' I -IK nm
Cable Accommodation ' 5:oO am
a'jlo & labcrrard Accom..j
&bie Sc. Sherrard Accom. .' 8:40 am
a)le A Sberrrtrd Accotn . . 1 3 3) pm
dally; all other trains daily
t JHICA(i'), MILWACKKK,
VST. I'A 17L railway Ka
c!ne & South western 11 vision
Depot Twentlerb street,
between First aud Se ootid
avenues. W. W. Dreekln
THAI NS. I.1ATI A It K! VS.
i all and Kr preus 7Tii0iiui 1 i"i3T)-a-n
St. Paul Kxpress 4 no pm n ;V pin
freight and accom :.'' pm I 10:) am
All trains U:.Uy except Sunday.
ItURLINOTON ROTJTP: C
H. tt O. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOUNU,
it. L. bprlDKlleid. IVorla.l
Bur. (jMln. via Monmouth fl:55 am 7.IS pm
JhlfTMro. Sterling. Clinton &' !
Dubuque t 7:S am t 8:40 pm
?eorla, Meardstown, Mur j
llrKton, Denver i.nd west't 8:10 pmtll:M am
3t. Paul Mlcneupoils 7 V) pm H I5 am
?terlln. Clinton AiMibunuej 7:S0 pan t 8:40 am
it. L., Kans C, Denver cV
Pse. coast via Gaiesbur. 7:15 pn ?.55 am
Dally. tDally except bunUay.
Tt A VKNKiHT, KfCK I8L--atd
4. North western rail
way f-The Trl City Kiute.")
PassenKer station at Kofk
Island & Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. I. K.Ber
ry. i. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, l4
Second Avenue. Oeo. W.
i LEAVE ARUIVa
Cl!nton, Kte.-llnfr. Chicago. i fmO am
Clinton. Chicago. Omaha.
Ienver. Rockford. Jnes-,
viiie. Madron (leave Dav
enport I 12:06 pm
Clinton, tjnicairo, uiioc
bteriinir (ar. Davenport)
Utah and PuelH; Coaat .1 7:15 pm
Clinton tetiinr, uiion,
;nlcaro. Cedar KaDidsJ
Anamooa 3:25 pm
(Jiir.v.o. ' Miwa jacev
viile, Madison. Kocaford.
C-'KU,n. Denver, Omaha,
Trains marked daily,
Ail otsersdally es