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THE AUGHJS, "WEDNESDAY. JTJ17E 31, 1901.
Published Oft1 d Waekiy at ISM Baeomd
1ti, Roek Iala-vl. Dt Entered at the
roctoffleo m BeooDd-itaM muter.)
IJT TBI KAKK 0 W. rOTTIB.
TERMS Daily, 10 cents p er weak. Weekly,
1.00 per unom la advance.
AU communications of polllv."'! or argumen
tative character, political or ra'Kloua, must
aye real name attached for rublio ttion. Mo
raeb article, will be printed over to tttlous b1k
. Correspondence solicited frota- mfrj town
ship in Roek Island eounty.
Wednesday, Jclt 31.
At lirst look it seems that Schley is
poing to hare some strong: eridence
from Spaniards. Still, the fellows
who were hit ought to be good wit
nesses as to who hit tbem.
A NAitis forcer ha been sentenced
to solitarj confinement for 1,088
Tears. ' He has a laugh coming on the
judge for wasting a thousand years
that he might just as well have used
on somebrxij else.
Ik the minister who disapproves of
all kinds of church fairj and money
raising entertainments can get his be
lief generally accepted, lie can have
any office in the country within the
gift of the much worked' politicians.
The engineering staff of the Penn
sylvania railroad has determined that
stone arch bridges are preferable to
steel bridges and. President Castatt
has approved plans for the construc
tion of new stone arch bridges and
viaducts which will cost in the ggre
Sampson explains his departure for
Siboney just before Cervera's fleet
came out by saying he was ordered to
confer with -Gen. Shatter. Bnt the
Keokuk-Constitution Democrat sug
gests he was not ordered to withdraw
from the blockade one of the fastest
and most powerful war vessels of the
fleet the New York as a dispatch
boat for his comfort-loving self.
A kew difficulty confronts King Ed
ward. A Delaware grocery clerk has
laid claim to being the rightful heir to
the throne of Eagland and sys he
will at once start to London with his
attorney and begin proceedings to
prevent Eiward being crowned. He
makes the claim on the ground that
his mother was the elder sister of
Queen Victoria and entitled to the
tOMIStEU GROWTH OT CITIES.
The census bulletin, making com
parison between the urban and fural
populations of the United States in
1900. has been issued and it is grati
fying to note that while the percent
a'ge of city inhabitants continues to
increase, the rise is not so great for
the decade between lS'JO and 1900 as
it was in that which elapsed between
1880 and 1890. The 1900 census
showed that more than 28,000.000,
something more than 37 per cent of
th total population of the country,
were found in cities and towns rang
ing above 4.000 inhabitants. In 1890
there were but 809 cities and towns in
this general class, whereas there are
now 1,153. The population of these
cities in 1880 was nearly 13.000.000,
showing that they hare more than
doubled their inhabitants in 20 years.
The percentage of urban population
will doubtless continue to increase for
some time, as there is still a strong
inclination on the part of the country
people, especially the young, to seek
fame and fortune in the towns or big
centers. But as this is essentially an
agricultural nation, and one in which
the life and the facilities of the farm
ing class are constantly progressing,
it would be regrettable if the flow to
ward the cities should continue to in
crease indefinitely. There is hope,
indeed, that there may come a re
action a movement back to the
quieter, more healthful and more
contented life of the farm. The cities
and towns, having grown so large and
having become so numerous, afford
better local markets than the country
ever had before, and this is after all
the very life of progressive farming.
On the other hand, it is pleasing to
observe that along with the increas
ing population of the cities there is a
rapid and substantial betterment of
the conditions that formerly rendered
dangerous clojely congested popula
tions. Sanitation, health supervision,
water supply, transportation to
breezy suburbs, together with many
improvements in bouse building and
furnishings, all contribute to the
-comfort and the happiness of urban
BEING GOVERNOR Uf ILLINOIS.
St. Louis Republic.
Gov. Yates, of Illinois, in reply to
criticism of his appointments to the
state board of charities, contents him
self with the strenuous declaration
that, having been elected governor,
he proposes to be governor.
This would be a manful and com
mendable position if Gov. Yates cher
ished the proper conception of the
duties, responsibilities and rights at
taching to the office which he holds.
The trouble is, however, that he con
templates the office from a purely
spoils point of view. lie proposes to
be governor of Illinois for partisan
and personal benefit, and one of the
most important things in the eyes of
a man who thus regards high pub-
lie trust lai the building up of a parti
san and personal machine.'
It ii this view of the governorship
which led C.ov. Yates to handle the
state board o f charities as a factor in
the building up of such a machine.
He is trying- to degrade this other
wise useful'.bodv ta the purposes of
spoils politics . He would appoint to
its membershi p the professional poli
ticians who ha ve served his personal
purposes and. who will continue to
serve them. A political "pull" Is
stranger than, fitnes for office with
Got Yates. For this reason he has so
disgusted two worth" members of the
charity board, Dr. xirsch and Miss
Latbrcp, that they have resigned
from the board.
Gov. Yates determination to ""be
governor" is based, on an unworthy
conception ' of that high office. He
should endeavor ti be governor for
the public good, not for private
political profit. 1 'he trouble in the
charity board has revealed the Yates
character with singular clearness.
The revelation is not promising for
the peoiue of Ilhn ns.
I f' The ! lAot Wtr. f ff
iyot. Ions' aso 1 rUittMlVtbe town, of
Noivara. lu northern Iialjl TbwejEn a
wbrat field tl farmers have plowed
itnejskulls of nam l) 9 til tfiey lm vefylleil
tipVi-pyraniM lO or fjiftft IiIku. Cver
tlilHpyrainltl ftonte oueViax lulltpt inn-
oiyt,o keep off the! rain. Then- were
the sK tills of younKpuen of SSaviy. Sar
tllnlalnnu Aunnria uirt;i or 110
year V'f ase, peasants (from ti farms
and MHorkQU-n Crom liio tliops who
met atovara to. kill pju h SUier over
a utattertln w b irhU hey li:niy very little
Further' on FrcueUu leiv Austrians
and Italian fell togetherat Magenta.
the hie of the blood t i t flowed out
uuder the olive tree. ", over Italy
as yosi'willMhere 1 searo.-ly a spot not
ciiiii!juel ly the Mx 1 of France,
scarcely u, railway mati n without Its
pile off Freucu kull. ;ou can trace
theui across to Egypt.? to the foot of
t be 1 pyramid?. You w-3.1 find tbem in
(iermaoj-at Jeua and I-ipsic. at J-ut
rent and .Bautzen and fl Vtiftorlitz. You
wiln find tbeiu In Russia at Moscow,
In Ilelgiuni at Water!-o. "A loy can
titopta bullet as well Us a man, said
a poll on. And with be rest are the
Kkulls) and bone of 1m ry ere evening
to betirodden like the .tons." Popular
I )irrr TarkUfe. Fish.
Aprilllt is tho great if ete day of "Ba-
lukli." r place of fl;faes. This is a
small cHyirch situated i utr.lde the walls
of Constantinople. anc It enjoyed no
particular reputation before ihe con
quest off Constantino1! e by the Turks.
At thel1uie of the Inttfision. however, a
monk Has cooking jsoine rih there
wlieu a pnewsenger cane nl told uiiu
that theTurks had rntered Constant!
iiciIe. Tire monk 1M not believr the
story and ssiid be w mid sooner llieve
that the half cookei'l llb would jump
back into ttie water.J As he spoke the
Ash) jumped back 11 to The water, ana
8ln-e then the !! lias bad a great
reputation for Itstliefifiiug owers.
A church has Vbeen built over the
upringvledieated to""Our Lady of the
FishesV' and on thi tlay a regular pil-
grimagr takes placet from all parts of
the towTi. Many sicl: are carried thith
er, and tnany mira-nlotis cures are re
ported, 'rllte truth off be story Js proved
by the pi-seuce in nflarge marble lined
tank In the churclif the lineal de
scendants-of the half ctwifced fish. Any
one who does not lelip has only to
look in the water, aial heiwlll see them,
brown on one side euid white on the
other, swimming alxtut at their ease.
Sea. Bath ln.
A jersoii can easily dtermlne ' with
one indulgence wbei tt-v or not open
air bathing Is hurtful to him. If cir
culation is Heedi!y restored after be
bas left the water.fif his skin Is well
reddened and be lssoon well warmed
up and as strong anil Irvely" as when
he took bis first plunge, then be may
properly assume thmt his bath has done
him good. If, ott Oie other band, bis
skin continues cold and clammy for 15
or "O minutes, notwithstanding the
brisk rubbing beigives himself, and for
an hour or more'afterwan! he is weak,
dull and languid, tbeu be may he toler
ably certain that there is something
wrong with him which forbids cold
A Tot Walloper.
The parliamentary register for 1806
showed that there was then only one
pot walloper In all England. One see
ing the term for the first time might
easily Imagine that a pot walloper was
a species of Ichthyosaurus or some oth
er reptile of a past age. It will be dis
covered upon Inquiry, however, that
the term "pot walloper Is literally one
who bolls a pot. and was applied to vot
ers in certain boroughs of England
where, before the passage of the re
form bill of 1832. the qualifications for
suffrage was to have boiled (walloped)
bis own pot in the parish for six
Polaaa la FUftr Kalla.
Biting the Dalls is an exceedingly
dangerous practice, as the biter never
knows when to stop and at any mo
ment Is liable to bite Into "the quick"
and cause blood poisoning. Even when
the utmost care Is taken of the teeth
a poisonous secretion Is apt to collect
on them, and the entrance of a minute
portion of this Into the circulation may
prove as certainly fatal as the pus oa
a surgeon's scalpeL
New care for eczema and skin
eruptions. Remick's Eczema Care
and Eemick's Pepsin Blood Tonic
have never yet failed to care. Frea
trial. If yon want to get well quick
write today. Samples are free.' - Ha
vana Medloine Co., Dept. M, 1124
Locust street, St. Louis, Mo.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Low rate tickets to Buffalo on sale
via the C, R. I. & P. railway. Your
choice of eight Chicago trains aad any
line east of that point.
To San Francisco and return via the
Burlington Ang. 6 to 13 inclusive,
$48. Portland. Ore., Tacoma and
Seattle, Wash, and return $17.50.
Leave via the C. K. L & P. railway
at 5:20 p. m., arrive at Colorado
Springs at 4:30 or Denver at 4:45 the
next afternoon. Through chair car
Tickets canbe secured at the Bock
Island's down town office beginning
Beginning Aug. 1 you can procure
your tickets on the Rock Island road
at the down town office on Second
avenue, opposite the Harper house.
$8 25 to St. Paul and Minneapolis
via the Burlington Aug. 1 to 10 in
clusive, good returning until Oct. 31.
Beaumont oil fields. Low rates,
direct line, excellent train service via
Queen & Crescent route. W. C.
Rlnearson, G. P. P., Cincinnati, Ohio.
$24 25 to Denver, Colorado Springs,
Pueblo and Hot Springs. S. D , via
the Burlington. $28.75 to Dead
wood and Lead City Aug. I to 10 in
clusive, good returning until Oct. 31.
Homeseekers' tickets to a number
of points north, west and southwest
on the first and third Tuesday in July
and August via the C. R. I & P. rail
way. For the races, the C. B. & Q. will
have on sale tickets to Clinton and
return, July 16, 17, and 18, returning
to and including the 19th, at one and
one third fare for the round trip.
$17.95 and $19.45 for round trip
tickets to Buffalo, N. Y., good for 10
days; $22 60 and $24 60 for 15-day
tickets and $28.95 and $30.20 for 30
day tickets via the C, R. I. & P. rail
way. Eight through trains daily for
Chicago, making connections at that
point who tui eastern hubs.
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q
railroad company, will have on sale
Aug. 6 and 20, home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one first-class fare,
plus $2, for the ronnd trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, good returning within 21 days
from date of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Paget Soand points, Colorado,
Pacific Coast and vaiious other points.
Special excursion tiokets, good for
10, 15 and 30 days, on sale daily by
R. I. & P. railway. Only one change
of cars and that in Peoria union sta
tion. Choice of all rail, or combina
tlon rail and lake trip.
Th Uraad Trunk Railway Syitem
under certain conditions allows a
stopover of 10 days at Niagara Falls
or Buffalo to enable holders of tickets
to eastern destinations to visit the
Full information may be obtained
from city passenger and ticket agent,
249 Clark street, Chicago.
IS to Buffalo and Return, mi3
via the Nickel Plate road from Chi
cago for the Pan-American exposi
tion. Tickets on sale daily, good
leaving Buffalo up to midnight of
10th day from and including date of
sale. Also tickets on sale daily from
Chicago to Buffalo and return at $16
for the round trip, with 15-day limit,
including date of sale; $21 Chicago to
Buffalo and return, good for 30 days.
Tickets Chicago to New York and
return at special reduced rates. Write
John Y. Calahan, general agent, 111
Adams street, Chicago, for full par
ticulars and folder showing time of
Low Rates to ttaffalo Exposition.
via the Nickel Plate road. Also spec.
ial reduced rates from Chicago to New
York and return. inrce through
daily trains with vestibuled sleeping
cars and excellent dining car service.
meals being served on the American
club plan, ranging in price from 35
cents to $1. Chicago depot. Van Bu-
ren street and Pacific avenue, on the
Write John Y. Calahan, general
agent. 111 Adams street, Chicago, for
lull Information and beautifolly illus
trated descriptive folder of the expo
sition building and grounds.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: aMy wife had Inflammatoiy
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
ner body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been in
bea lor six weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no benefit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotian, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
Far Our Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
Den used lor children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the crams
allays all pain, cares wind colic, and
s the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
0 icts a bottle.
It is easier to ieep well than get
cured. DoWitt's Little Early Risers
taken now and then will always keep
your bowels la perfect order. They
never gripe, but promote an easy,
gentle action. B. U. Biober and
uartz a Uuemeyer. .
o t t 4 1HjMMiOHfrr;jiN
Corner Second and Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Our agent will b9 at the Davenport landing and will distribute cou-
?ons which when presented at the Boston Store will entitle you to
wo Free Ferry Tickets. Coupons will be distributed each day from
9:30 to 11:30 a. m. and 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.
I Free Saturday Evening Concerts by Strassers' Orchestra
T FROM 7:30 TO 9:15 F. M. q -
Look at the Situation
Briefly it's this: We have reached a point in the season where we
mast either make unprecedented price concession or carry a great
quantity of summer merchandise over until next season. This mer
chandise represents many dollars of capital, lying idle for a number
of months if not disposed of. If we can remove thete goods at the
prices we have marked them, we do our patrons a good turn make
the dull month of August a busy one besides pursuing the proper
business course for ourselves.
in every part of store many of them that are extremely low in fact
we have curtailed our advertising space in announcing this August
clearing sale in order to better afford to make lower prices. Every
price concession that you can possibly hope for, has been met in the
marking down of goods for final clearing sale.
We will mention just a few sample prices to illustrate the great
reductions we have made:
All the remaining 12Jc and 15c Lawns, Pongees, embroidered
Batistes in colored and black grounds for, yard 5c
The imported 25c Dimities and embroidered Swisses, yard. . .. 5c
25c and 29o corded tissues for 5c
Remnants of high class initial stationary, letters P., T., C , Y.
and U., the 50o kind, for, bcx 5c
15c and 25c Belt Buckles, all this season's styles JOc
75c and $1 Pocketbooks 47 C
Remnants of IfasA Goods at OaeHalf regular marked
Price. Remnants ot silks and Dress Goods at
One-Half regular marked Price.
18c an 25c Battenburg
Patterns for 5C
10c Battenburg Patterns
50c Pillow Tops, including the
colored designs on linen, Gib
son designs on duck, the deb
utante un sateen, etc.,
Ladies' S7Ac Black and Fancy
Hoe and 35c Lisle Hose,
50c to 75c Embroidered Swisses,
Satin Striped Dimities and
other tine wash fabrics
go lor 25C
$1.25 and $1.50 Grenadines
for, yatd 7QC
$1 Fancy Waist Silks (,5C
500 yards Fancy Wash Bilks,
solid colors, fast colors,
worth 50c, tor, yard. .. JJq
J. A. Pozzooi's Face Pow
der for 12c
Napier's Talcum Powder, yc
Mennen's Talcum Powder IQq
Bailey's Complexion Pow
Vail's Juvenile Perfume. . Jq
Lundborg's 60c bottle Toi
let Water 29C
Imported Witch Hazel, 15c
bottle tor JOc
Pear's Transparent Sosp. . Qc
4711 Glycerine Soap, the
50c bars for 29C
Wool Soap, cake 2C
Cuticura Soap, cake 5c
Pink Carnation Soap, cake Jc
Flesh Brushes $c
10c Fans for 5c
5c Fans for Jc
15c Fans for 9c
These few prices are only the opening chapter of the great book
of bargains in store for you at this great August Sale.
and Spiritual Healer
Is now Dermanentlv located at 220
Gaines street, Davenport, one block
from teriminus bridge car lino. She
'gives psychic treatment for success
IP . , V , 1 i r j.
in UUSiness, love auairs, curuuiu uia
eases, habits, poverty and harmony
at reasonable rates. Full life reading
50 cents. Test readings $1. Satis
faction guaranteed. Hours 1 to 9
Estate of Frederick Bloohllnffer.deeeased.
The underaiKned bavins oeeo uppoinkea &
mlnlatratorof too estate of Frederick lHoch
liDcer, late of the county of Rook Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tbat
ha will appear before the county court of
Rook Island eounty, at the eounty court room.
In the city of Rock Island, at the October term,
on the first Monday In October next, at -which
time all persons harlnc claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
Ihe purpose of havlDir the same adjusted.
All persona indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this S2d day of July, A. D. tool.
Fbaick liLocHUNcsa, Administrator.
.".--a&1 HAIf? BALSAM I
. '"MO'""- "! br.utlfi tn. hate. I
I'n-motr, a luturUnl riowth. I
,J524 f Fail H Restore Orajrl
!3 Hir to It Youthful Color.
1 ' ""-.ia P'-U Indnir and hairfaUiaal
T-.- , fK SI 'Oat pmcrltf.
Streets, Davenport, Iowa.
25c and 35c Fans for jjc
Gee Whiz Fans for 5c
25c Turkish Towels, largo
heavy fellows jgc
12Jc and 13o Crashes,
The price on these crashes
should be advanced instead of
reduced, as the manufacturers
recently advanced the whole
sale price on these Crashes.
S5 Biooms for jgc
100 dozen very sheer Hem
worth 8c, for Jc
200 line 25c Handkerchiefs,
embroidery edge and
hemstitched, for 5c
Ladies1 all linen II. S.
Handkerchiefs, for. . . .
Men's all linen H. S.
Handkerchiefs, for 10c
Good 26 inch Unbleached
Good Apron Ginghams...
80 86-inch Bleacned Mu-
lin for .
Steel rod, self-raising f 1 50
Umbrellas, for 95 C
You can open this Umbrella
with one hand.
26-inch Umbrellas for.... J5c
Men's 25c Neckwear.
All this season's styles. Four
different styles and many colors
and combination of each style.
A great collection of Mus
lin Underwear, all prices,
sold at $1, fl.iy and
$1.25, choice 7Sc
Another lot, the pieces
that sold for 50c, 69c
and 75o, your choice.. JOC
WANTED S ITUATION3.
WANTED SMALL FAMILY OR BUNDLE
washing to do at home: 1 TJO Third
WANTEDWASHING OB WORK TO UO
at home or by the day. oulre at ill
TTTANTED SEWINC5 AT 27IS FIFTH AVE-
nue. rancy dressmaking and tailor
suits a specialty.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper or domestic by younir widow
with boy 8 years old. bmall wages expected.
Klrss claw work iruaranterHl Heat of refer
ence given if desired. Address "C. M , ,"
LOST AND FOUND.
T 05T RED NOTE BOOK WITH RILLS
J-J and receipts. Ileate return to 1807 Sec
m. x. free.
LOST YELLOW AND WHITE SCOTCH
collie bitch. Suitable reward given for
return or In forma: ion as to her whcreabou'.a.
MONET TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L. Ooyne,
tao Seventeenth street, tip stairs.
MONET TO LOAN CHATTEL MOST
rtM loans by W. H Eastman, I Til 600-
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. Ha
also makna ooueeuons uara ones a spoaiaiiy
V ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
mondn, watches, Jewelry, hardware,
sausleal Instruments, bicyelea, clothing, Cry
goods, furniture, etc Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods ot all kinds also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. A u business transactions stncuy
confidential. His new numoer ana location,
isa Second avenue von t lorgat it. . rv.
Jones. Two rings on IM7
The W. L, Douglas
$2.50, S3, $3.50
For Sale Only at
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
TilOR RENT ONE LARGE ROOM. NICELY
JD f urnlsbed, at 08 Fif tb-and-a bull avenue.
T7IOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIELY FUR
X? clsbed rooms with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
T7HJR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
X? ble for two persona. Call at 1008 Second
avenue; second floor.
TTIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM OR
A? suiteof three rooms, well ventilated, with
bath, at 2733 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeper g. Steam
heat; at 1515 Fifth avenue, Moline.
FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms suitable for two ene block from
court house. Apply 130 Thirteenth street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nisbed rooms at 520 Tweot v-secood street.
All modern conveniences. Will furnish board,
TTIOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
X? rooms, steam heat and bath. All modem
conveniences; three blocks from postoffloe.
S30 Sixteenth street.
TTIOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
X? front rooms with all latest modern con
venienses. Meals If desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
TTIOR RENT FOUR UNFURNISHED
X? room, one down stair, at 1.M8 Second
avenue Good references required. Call be
tween 6 and 7 o'clock In ite evening or at Hull
& Hemenway office.
FOR RENT HOUSES
TTIOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
TTIOR BENT 6-ROOM MODERN FLAT,
X? steam beat. at 18H Third avenue.
IOR RE ST MODERN FLAT. SIX ROOMS.
inquire of S. Baker, 1311 Ibird avenue.
TTIOR RENT A HOUSE WITH SEVEN
X? rooms and bath. ai-J3 Six lb avenue, at 815
per month. F. Ludolpb.
TOR RENT NEW MODERN 7-ROOM
X? house, bath, and furnace beat. Sixth ave
nue east of Twenty-eUcbib street. Inquire E.
j. Bums, room 11. amcneu & i-ynae ouaaing,
FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE IN THE
American Express office. 13 Second
avenue. Inquire of S. 11. Stoddard, acent. D.,
tc I. & N. w. ortice, root 01 seventeenth
TTIOR RENT A 7-ROOM DWELLING WITH
A? bat broom and large attic, gas, electric
light, piped for hot and cold water, bicped
screens on all windows and doors, and storm
windows. iJ3 Thirty-eighth street. Inquire
or J. S. Leas, tW hJm street. Teiepnone 1 Jio.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
OR SALE HOUSE WITH LOT 61 FEET
front, city water, sewer and furnace
Inquire on premises, 11 4 Third avenue.
TTIOR SALE-TWO OF THE BEST AND
X? most modern residences in the city by C
K. Taylor, room 12, Mitchell & Lynde building.
TTOR SALE AT A HARliAIX IF TAKEN
Xj soon, a 6-room dwelling near Sixth ave
nue and Eighth street. Cistern, barn and city
water. Eastman, uourrey & 1.0.
TTIOR SALE OR TRADE HOUSE AND
A? lot on Sixteeath street between Second
and Third avenues. For particular address
or call on Cooke A; Meyer, loll second avenue,
TTIOR SALE AN ATTRACTIVE NEW
X? 6 room house, latest design and built for
all modern conveniences. Is now ready for
occupancy. Terrace lot 40x110 feet. Apply
at 819 Twenty street.
TTIOR SALE-CHOICE BARGAINS IN
XJ property for sale in all parts of the city:
houses rented; rents collected: money to loan
in any amount on real estate security. Fire
insurance written In oident and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4673. uoldsniith A Mo
Kee, over People's National bank.
TJtOR SALE LOTS IN McEN HIT'S AD
Xj dltton by S. J. Burns, room It, Mitchell A
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Kim
street street ear lines. Terms to soli pur
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TJOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF ALL
A.' kinds at 1304 Third avenue.
FOR SALE A NEW BARN FOR SALE
cheap if taken at once. Inquire at &33
FOR SALE A HARD COAL STOVE AND
a baby buirgy. both in good condition.
Enquire at 1421 Fourth avenue.
TTIOR SALE A CHOICB 10-ACRE FRUIT
X? farm for sole tn South Rook Island. Fine
ly improved, bee Reldy Bros.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF BET
en or elcht rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
venues. Address "D." A nous.
BUSINESS OPPOTiIT Y.
MANAGER WAVNTED FOR A PROMI
ncnt business enterprise. Not over mid
die age and ot ripe business experience Sal
ary (100 to Si.oou per annum. Must oeoomc
financially Interested In the business, at lcal
in a moderate degree. State age and busi
ness experience. Address Manufacturer,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED WOMA N
COOK AT THE
ANTED A GIRL AT THE UNION
restaurant, 19 Seventeenth street.
ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
houiewoM. H. Bonne, 1700 Fourth av-
W ANTED A DINING ROOM GIRL AND
dih washer at Wrigh ."s restaurant,
19S1 Second avenue.
WANTED TWO BRIGHT YOUNG I. A
dies from 18 to 20 years, of refinement,
respectability and Kood address to accompany
gentleman aad wife in business to eastern
cities. Employment very prontable and thor
oughly rtspeo. able. Expenses advanced. Ref
erence required. None but as above described
need apply. Address ' S., 21," Abi;cs office.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A GOOD BEuTbOYTTIIE
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
young mon as canvassers. Must write
good hand. Address in own hand writing,
"S, " care this onlce. r- 1
WANTED A GENTLEMAN STENOG
rapher and general office mm perma
nent position to tne right party Applv to J.
S. WUbert. Penn Oil & Supply Co.'s ocUce. -,
WANTF.D A GOOD LIVE HUSTLER TO
solicit life insurance for a rjrst-c ass oi l
company. L'beral coamis'ions Apply to W
R. J affray at Room 32, McManus building, Day
enpert. WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAN'
agers: &.000 per year to take charge of
our phonographs; somn cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 Quincy street, Chicago.
W ANTE"? TWO OR TIIREEERETS
t3 rent or buy. Address -W., 33," Ak
I IT ANTED AIJOCT 1.50J SQUARE FEET
II of lioor space on second or third lioor.
centrally located. Address "G.," care of
anted hustling agents to
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
8:30 a. m. or alter 6 p. m. at 2710 Fifth avenue,
WANTED THREE OR FOCK UNFUR
nisbed rooms 8 jit able forlik'bt house
keeping, centrally looaied. Adlress C. Si,
TVTANTED SEVERAL GOOD WORK
II horses for farm us. harness, wacons,
etc. Will give well located residence lot In
exchange, or a cottage rented to steady ten
ant Long time given on balance if desired,
at moderate interest. Address X 40, ABt.cs.
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house, alary 1 100 per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest SI. tOO In capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mo.
SEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
Money loaned on household goods; 151a
WANTED GOOD, KFJJaBLB OIL S A LKS
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
rpo EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE F1VE
X. room cottage in excellent loca-ion for
rcntitig to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. C. S., ARGU?.
WANTED -SCHOLARS TO TEACH ART
needle work at 411 Etcbth street. I-cs-soos
T;iesdv, Thursday and Saturday after
noons from 2 to 5. Samples on exhibition at
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS. AND
I exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay mors than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. A 11 kinds of stove repairing and
sleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1615
Second avenue. Telephone number 4884.
RAGS. RUHRERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2305 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
if you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to your house and pay you from
60 to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to So a pound. All calls will reoelve prompt
attention. IS. F. Klugger.
EF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
tltuatlon, the Mall Is the one paper In Moline
tbat esa do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash In ad
ranee. -eent stamps will do. Evening an
4undsy Mail. Moline. 111.
O YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us In a position
to give y ju valuable information along lines
tbat wul assure you success. Ask for free
letters of information and bulletin of daily pa
pers tbat pay. We also sta-t responsible par
ties In the mall order and agency supply bus
iness. Lord A Carver. Kaclne, Wis.
PERMANENT POSITION FOR THE RIGHT
man to represent an old established com
pany having &0O.O11O capital ftfl per year and
expenses, payable direct from our office: do
deception: absolutely strigbt salary, not
conditional on results. Cbance for promotion
and Increase of salary. State see. reference
and business experience. Address Union
Manufacturing company, box tC4, Philadel
For Rubber rires Send
Your Wheels to Shop of