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TH23 AEGUB. OCTOBER 21, 1901.
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TERMS Duly. 10 cents per witk. Wsskly,
SI 00 per inniim la advance.
AU communications or political or arroatn
(;1t ebiruter, political or reUrfoua, moat
r.tt real iimi Attached for pabloaUoa. Mo
such urtlalo will b printed over fletltlous sl
Correspondence solicited from ry town
ship la Rook Island county, t
j'oxdat, October 21.
One of e new White House horses
has been nai. ed Admiral. It is hoped
that will nt precipitate another
naval in.(airj a to whioh a dmiral he
is namea after.
Joe Canxox says' he cannot afford
tn hA a. candidate for tie United
Rtt senate. He laxtimat-jd that he
is only a pocket pistol and not a big
gQn- : .
The popaJar Science Monthly con
tains an interesting artlclo entitled
Facts About Sardines" but in it
there is no reterence to either Gen.
Alger or Admiral Sampson.
A trained dog 5a "YVllkesbar re. Pa-,
is said to take snap shot pictures for
his master. We have seen many pic
tares which looked s if thej were,
taken by something with paws.
The southern papers appear to
think that Booker P. "Wasnington
should have applied at the White
House kitchen for a handout instead
nt rfinlnir in th hlne TOOD1 'With the
president. Qnincy Herald.
The Den for papers made a great
deal of fun out of the fact that Seton
Thompson was a Treated for violation
of the Colorado ira me laws. The Den
ver Republican, apt -airing of the charge
against Mr. Thompson, says: The
tauk and tile of mizne writers will
be loth to accept tat Colorado game
warden's assertions regarding the
business methods of th author of
The Autobiography of a Lime Duck,'
The Song of tne Ro.Tky Mountain
Canary Bird.' 'The Spoor of the Snub
Noaed Grizzly.' and 'The Avd Stcry of
a Maverick Heifer.' Mr. Thompson
is also accused of being the Author of
The Trail of the Club-Foot Burro.'
and other works that are evev worse
than the crime that was charged to
him and of which he was acquitted."
Pboctok Knott, according to an
exchange, amusingly illustrates the
Schley case by a story which he told
a friend who argued that, as Sampson
was the commander-in-chief and had
prepared the plan of blockade, etc.,
he was entitled to the credit for the
victory. Mr. Knott says that when
he was a boy he went out hunting
with a companion and "holed" a rab
bit. He went for a matiock to dig
the rabbit out. leaving his compan
ion to watch the hole. When he got
back he found that the rabi.it had
tried to escape, and bis companion
had captured it. Knott took the rab
bit, claiming that as he had left his
companion to watch the hole and bad
given him instructions as to just what
be had to do he was entitled to the
spoils. He had always felt a little
.wrong about it until he heard his
friend's Sampson argument, but now
his conscience was easv.
A MCCH-T'TLED SPANIARD-
The death of the dnke of Alba will
cause regret borderin ; close on na
tional sorrow in Spain, where he wrs
not only one of the proudest grandees
of the kingdom, but also the owner of
one of the most extensive private es
tates. Although he spent mach of
.his time in other countries in the lat
ter years of bis life, his palace at
Madtid, the foreign papers say, was
the scene of periodical entertainment
of an elaborate character.
The characteristic love of the Span
iard for rank and titles is conspicu
ously shown in the patents of nobil
ity' attaching to the duke of Alba,
whose full designation, as set down in
the Spanish peerage, is Dnc d'Alba.
Don Carlos Maria Fitzjamea Postocir
resso y Palofox, duke of Berwick,
Due d'Alba de Thormes. Due de Liria,
Due d'Olivares, Dac de Penaranda,
Duo de Huescar. In addition to his
ducal claims he was 12 times a mar
quis, 14 times a count and nine times
a grandee of the iirst class.
Like the French duke of Fitzjames,
Alba was descended from James II.,
of England, through the latter's lia
son with the beautiful Arabella
ChurchilL Alba was also a nephew
of Empress Eugenie, his mother hav
ing been a sister of the French wo
man. Npoleon HI was very fond
of bis wife's nephew, and made him
the recipient of many substantial
favors. Alba's father was the duke
of Alba, who killed American Minister
Sonle in a duel.
The dnke of Alba was well known
in American yachting circles, his re
cent visit to attend the international
races being his third trip to America.
He attended the races in 1813 He
was very fond of epbrts. and for one
of bis wealth and rank wai quite
democratic, scarcely ever traveling
Tvith more attendance than a secreta
ry and a valet. Tne origin of tie
duchess of Alba was highly distil
gaisbed. and for a long time she was
tne first lady in waiting upon the
queen of Spain. It is said that a con
epicuons dereliction on the part of
both the duke and duchess was their
lack of punctuality in social engage
ments. The one was fond of his
club, of .cards and spurts, and the
other was fascinated by the court,
and sometimes they became so ab
sorbed in their person al affairs that
they completely forgot their engagements.
IT COSTS TO HATE THI CT.AR C.1LL ON
It's a good thing for the taxpayers
of the United Stales that this country
is not on the visiting list of the sov
ereigns of the old world. The czar
of Russia "run! over" to France
every now and theoi, just to show how
Russia loves the French republic. It
is a costly visit, as the fcllowuig fig
ures of the latest trip will show: In
the first place the Russian diplomats
intimated to the French president
that the czar would appreciate an In
vitation to spend a few days in France.
A special invitation was prepared and
sent to' the czar by a mrssengr of
high degree. This coBt $5,000. Then
Dunkirk, the town where the czar was
to be welcomed, had to be cleand up
at a total expense of 1 30,000, and
$10 000 worth of electric light decora
tions were put up. This did not in
clude the money spent by citizeos nor
by the city of Dunkirk, in decoruting.
Next there were built $50,000 worth
of triumphal arches, and $5,000 worth
of new Hags were bought, and $Uo,
00O was required to move, house and
feed the 5.000 troops who welcomed
and guarded the czar. The 25 mili
tary bands entailed a total expense of
foU.UUU. una the naval o)monstration
cost $250,000 above ordinary ex
penses $100,000 worth of coal being
Powder burned In salutes cost $35.-
000. and the extra policearrangementa
ate do $40,000 nore, besides the se
cret police and the Russian sleuth
who came along. Board and lodging
for the czar and his immediate suite
cost $50.0C0. and "sundries" are
fl billed at $(0,000. making a grand
tal of 3. 100.0CO francs or about $620.-
000 in all from the public treasury.
The expenditure by citizens and the
various municipal governments in the
way of decorations, gala clothes ana
festivals easily brought the total up
to $1,500,000. ,
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Very low round trip rates to Buf
llo amd New Yoik via C, K. I. S P.
rt ilway. .
liometeekers' tickets to a number
of points in the northwest and'south
w.3tft via the C, R. I. & P. railway
Oct. 15 and Nov. 5 and 19. Rate one
fare plus $2 fcr theTound. trip. Call
at the city ticket ollice, 1813 Second
KMOBODt, Toxm, ana Retorn 47.95.
Go to Beaumont and see the oil
wells for yourself. Oct. 15, Nov. 6
and 19 the C, K. I. & P. railwav will
sell round trip tickets to Beanmont at
a rate of $27.95. For ft 11 Information
call at the city ticket oJlice, 1813 Sec
The TVrtKht t lee.
The Iceman and tin t-oalruan are
often suspected of giving short weights
nmybe oftencr susp-Utl tuin guilty;
ir.ay$e oftoner guilty than auspeeutl.
The means of teeing tlu weight of
from ten to thirty jtonimls of ic are
not afways at band in the house, but a
close estimate of the weigbt can be
nwehed by multiplying together the
length, breadth ami thickness of the
bitk in inches and dividing the product-
by thirty. This will give very
clo ly the weight In pounds. Thus, if
a block of Ice la lO by lO by U, the prod
uct J 00O, and this divided by thirty
gives thirty pounds as the correct
weight. A block 10 by 10 by 6 weighs
twenty pounds. This simple method
can be easily applied, and it may serve
to remove unjust suspicion or to detect
Wbit'i lour Face Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin all signs of liver trouble.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
clear skin, rosy cheeks, rich com
plexion. Only 25 cents at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
BIG-HEAD ' CHILDREN
with long thin necks yoil see
them in every school want
Scwtt's emulsion of cod-liver
oil, to build up their poor little
shrunken scrawny bodies.
School will be of no use to
them. Something will carry
They have no play in them.
There is no fun in playing,
when everybody else can run
faster, jump further, turn round
quicker, and keep on longer.
Big head is no harm; let the
body be big too.
We'll cad ym a Ihlla to try if rem tike.- .
SCOTT Si ISOWNE, 409 Pearl street, New York,'
ABBlf STTORCOURSTn '
tal to Be Qreetly Sapertor to the English
The sport ofrabbiscoursing is receiv
ing atnewilnipetos since i the t Kansas
black tailed jack rabbit bas entered the
nreuaJNot until quite recently has the
coursing fraternity been aware of the
great superiority of the jack over the
cotton tail rabbit or the English bare fur
this purpose. Kaunas jack rabbits are
now greatly iu demand, both iu this
country and iu England, and live ones
command a good price. The difficulty in
catching theiu alive is very great, and
only one man in Kansas, so far as
luowu, has given his undivided atten
tion to the work.
Charles Payne, familiarly known
throughout the west as a hunter and
plainsman, has been a jack rabbit en
thusiast for years, and it is largely
through his efforts that the merits of the
auimal for conrsiug purposes have be
njorue so generally recognized. -The cap
ture of live jacks involves the purchase
of a great deal of expensive parapher
nalia. Mr. Payne hus two nets made of
seine twine. 5 feet in height, which,
when both are extended, reach almost
across a section, and made expressly for
catching live jacks. . His method of en
trapping the live jucks is unique. It is
his usual custom, when preparing for
the raid npou the rabbits, to advertise
amoug the farmer boys the day upon
which the jack rabbit drive is to take
At the appointed time hundreds of
country boys, mounted on pouies, flock
to the rendezvous, armed with fog horns,
drums, bells and auythingelse that will
make discordant music. They are de
ployed in a semicircular line two miles
in front of the net, and at a given sig
nal from the marshal of the day the line
moves toward the net, each man making
all the noise possible. If the hunting
grounds have been well selected, the
horsemen Mill have no trouble in
"bouncing" rabbits innumerable, aud
as they scamper away toward the net,
followed pttlliuell by the eager farmer
boys, the scene is one of great anima
tion. The rabbits, if they do not become
confused by the noise and excitement,
bound away toward the net at almost
lightning speed, aud mauy of them
strike the net so baid that they break
their necks. Those that survive the shock
camKT into the pockets which are in
geniously arranged, for their reception,
and for them the jig is up. Rabbits
sometimes die cf fright, not having suf
ficient strength to make the race for life.'
These rabbit drives are among the ruot-t
popular sports in which the prairie
farmers indulge, and it is customary for
the organizer of the drivo to provide a
lounteon8 spread for bis gratuitous
helpers. Philadelphia Times.
A lK-torV Ultconrert In m Hiffh liar.
Soroe of the patients of oue of the
prominent physicians in Dorchester are
get'iug well pretty rapidly these days
under the influence of a joke which
tljeyhave recently heard regarding their
iEsculapius. Jt seems that this doctor
bas. u hoiror of high places and is al
ways dizzy wheu on lofty buijding.
Not long ago some relatives from Eng
land visited him and suggested a trip
to Bunker Hill, and, iu common with
about one-half of the population of Bos
ton, the doctor was not only forced to
acknowledge that he bad never been to
the top of the monument, but was
obliged to accompany bis guests to the
summit of the granite shaft. It cannot
be ascertained whether the persons whom
they found there had ever heard of the
doctor before, but he had not been there
many minutes when one of the strangers
was heard to remark that the sun had
such an influence on the monument that
on warm days it warped it. This was
enough for the doctor, aud, with a part
ing remark that hewonldsee his friends
at the base, be beat a hasty retreat, go
ing down, it is said, four steps at a
time and not feeling safe until he had
run ont on the lawn about the monu
ment far enough to get out of the way
in case it Tell. The joke of it all is that
the doctor, in a state of absentmiuded
ness told the 6tory himself, and now,
much to f his chagrin, his patients are
jaugningr themselves into good health
Not a Soldier.
A certain solicitor ceneral of "Eaa
land'visited Berlin on a vacation, aud
borug mistaken for bearing a military
title was invited to a review and mount
ed on a charger. Being accustomed to
following the hounds, he made an ex
cellent eqnestrian, but wheu asked opin
ions as to some of the maueuvers was
obliged to parry the cross examination.
A similar incident befell the late Mar
shall Bidwell, an eminent New York
lawyer, in the fifties, who visited Paris
in long vacation. Presenting his card at
the gate of the Tnileries, he was polite
ly informed that the emperor was at a
review, and if he desired a dragoon
should be detailed to accompany him
on horseback ' to the Champs de Mars.
"But I am not a soldier," said the old
lawyer. "Not a soldier, and a mar
shal?" Examining the card. "What
a droll country is America!" Green
A spirit of revenge is the very spirit
of the devil, than which nothing makes
a man more like him. If your revenge
be not satisfied, it will give yon torment
now; if it be, it will, give yon greater
hereafter. None is a greater self tor
mentor than a malicious and revengeful
man who turns the poison cf his own
temper in upon himself. J. Jtf. Mason.
In several towns in Holland a birth is
announced by exposing at the door a
silk pincushion, covered and edged by
plaited laoe, the sex of the infant being
shown by the color for a boy, red ; a
The real satisfaction which praise can
aflord t is when what is repeated aloud
aarees with the whisuera of .conscience.
onnson. a. - -
Corner Sccand mad Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Our agent will be at the Divenport
pons which when presented at the Boston Store will entitle you to
T T?. t. TI a frhnnAaaa will Via ilfat.tkntnd nA U -4 -
1 nu k eo furry xib&obs. vvuuj
viskj to li:su a. m. taa z:uu 10
Concerts every Saturday Bveotac by
A Great Cloak Leader
A satin lined garment. In black and colors, 27 inches long, a
$12 50 coat, all sizes, choice 5.95
0 styles inported French flannels and waist c!oths, worth 62 a
ao69c .". 48C
5 pieces all wool 45 inches wide suitings, in grays, tans, etc.,
a 62Jo dress fabric, for per yard JQq
New block plaid ginghams, in green, re f, yellow, pink, blue, etc.
jus t received.
25 different styles mercerized satin stripe, sateens in blue, red.
green, na,vy, tan, rose, pink, etc. grounds, Persian designs, 5c
Buy our $1 kid gloves and you get the best kid glove value to be bad
1C0 styles trimmed hats to celect frcm, those $5 and $6 ones
we placed on tale for, choice . 3.95
Sptclal Llhtn Sale.
2 bales gennine hand-made Russia Crash, worth 15c and 18c a
yard; until sold, your choice lOo and 12lC
' Sheets Pillow Cases, Sheetings, Etc.
We always have a complete line, in all the popular and odd widths,
Linen Sheeting 9 4 wide wool sheeting; linen sheets and pillow
rasei; handsome embroidered and hemstitched muslin sheets and
caes, etc. Prices very reasonable.
Special shoe Sate.
Ladles' $2.50 fine Vici Kid heavy sole, stylish slices, all s33
and widths, choice.. 1.90
Ladies' $2 23 fine light dress shoes, stylish lasts, all s'.3s and
widths " 1.69
300 pairs ladies black bsaver fur trimmed elippers, worth $1
. per pair, only. 69c
m M M
There is constant need of a beverage that is alsa a tonic-
refreshes and vitalizes young
V,,7 . "King ol all Bottled Beers."
It is peculiarly rich in that pure hop flavor that makes it the
most delightful ana neaunnu
Keep a case at home ALWAis
A. D. IIUESING, Kock Island.
Oar d!n(V book of
'Bottled at the Brewery
Railways in Prance are forbidden to
carry persons visibly or notoriously af-
iccirii ity contagious wiscascs iu com
partments that are used by the public.
In Ihe second place, the daily cleanins
and the periodical disinfection of all
cars are required. Linens of sleeping
cars must bear a ticket Indicating to
the passenger the date of the last
cleaning, ami they must be properly
washed and afterward subjected to a
hi?fb temperature. Dry sweeping and
dusting, which only serve to scatter
disease germs, are prohibited, it being
required that all floors, seats and wood
work be wiped with cloths moistened
with some antiseptic solution.
The Aretle Weasel.
In cold countries where snow pre
vails during a long winter ninny of the
animals change the hue of their coats
to a white tint. The arctic bear and
fox are white throughout the year.
The northern hare Is brown. in summer
and white In winter. The wcnsel is
especially curious. . It retains its brown
cent until the first snow appears and
then whitens In a few hours.
Wife (revisiting the scene of her lc
trotha!) I remember, Algernon, fo well
when you proposed to me how painful
ly embarrassed you were. .
Algernon Yes, dear, and I 'remem
ber so well how kind nud encouraging
you were and how easy you made It
for me, after all. Tit-Bits.
. A Clever Doc. ,
"A . Durango man,", remarks the
Floresville (Mo.) 'Chronicle, "-was show
ing to a friend the good points of his
dog and threw a half dollar coin into
the river. Obediently the dog dived for
the coin and brought in) a two pouud
catfish id oo cents in change."
The Rallwar Instinct.
"ITow did that railway niajrnntc's
daughter happen, to accept Jim lioozh
by liuffcrr' .1
"I think it's because he ruus his name
In three sections." Cleveland i'lain
Dealer. - '
Subscribe for Thi Abqci.
Streets. Davcnnart. lava.
lauding and will distribute cou
mi wo uiai.AAuui.cu oauu ubj II UUJ
Strawer'c Orchentre All era Welcome.
7 M BL "N. -V'
ana oia. jus sutu o b
oi an s"crdS
mnn "Snirio n -m.ni
he Amertvan $r r
Unly. Jever sold In Bulk."
LOST AND FOUND.
TTOUND K UUVS ML.ACIC BELT.
I Owner can have s;tmc by calling ai ibis
office and paying fcr tte aavtrtislrg
L03T A POINTER DOG. SI X Y 2 A R 3 OLD,
brown era and while feet. Finder r
tura to 6:K Clevecin street and tie rewarded.
X 03T-ON SEVENTH OR EIGHTH AVE-
A-J nue between Twcntj-tnlrd and Thirtieth
streets, atondav trorn'n;;, Oct. 14. a pocuet
book containing a bum of money. Inder re
turn to Mrs. fcxl Tuner, Lt; fcevnin avenue,
and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN 12 ANY AMCTTN1
on any kind of security Also choloi
property for sale and rent. W. L Ooyce
U0 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware
tcualoal Instruments, bicycles, elothinfr. dr
goods, furniture, eta Highest cash price
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also
The above goods for sale at naif the tisua
store prices. A 11 business transactions strietl)
oontidentlal. His new number and location
1023 Seoond avenue Don't forget It. J. W
Jonoa. Two rionon 1"
Is an Antiseptic Healing Powder Q
without caf. ceni. uruggisu. tgj
MUCH LIKE IO
CWnr and frutifie tn hux.
1'mnuKci luiunirt rrovrth.
Kver Ftl to Bentore Orjrf
r w ii xo'itniui voior. 1
PrcviU in(irtiti tnd hmir tiUnmJ
... M M
Hanan Douglas and
Is hard to beat. Fall Styles are now all in. We are showing
all the very latest Btyles of lasts'. Waldorf, E?eix, Knox, Cam
bridge. Modern, McKinlcy and B tile more. All leather 3 : Vel
uor. Patent Calf, Patent Kid, Enamel and Box Calf. See our
east window. '
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
IOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS -FOR
light housekeeping at HOo becona ave-
FOR RENT KCRNISHED ROOMS AVITH
excellent table board at 701 Seventeenth
TTOR RENT ONE SUITE OF OFFICE
-t? rooms with steam beat in Krell & Matb
FOR BENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room with heat atd bata at 1116 Second
TTK3R RENT A FTRNISHED ROOM SUIT JL
X? ble for two persons. Call at 1608 Second
avenue; second Boor.
T7K)R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
-C light housekeeping, one block from couri
bouse. ACdress "M. S3." akl;cs.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM AT 1301
Fourth ave jue. Heat, gas and -bath. A
quiet place for one or two gentlemen.
FOR REN r NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room with all modern conveniences.
Suitable for one or twopersLS. l517Seventh
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
front room, tl per month. Suitable for
two persons. Hoard if.desired. 1312 seventh
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
front room witn all modern conven
iences, three hloeks from business center, at
i;h Fifth avenue.
T7K)K RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
J- rooms, steam heat and bath. All modera
nonvenle.ncea: three blocks from postoffloe.
620 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT A LARGE, NICELY FL'fJN
nished, well lighted, front room and 1-onv-A
wit h f iirnafK heat and bath. Fine loca-
ti ja on k-tKhieenth street between birth and
aeventh avenues. Aaaress, -a. oo, ahuun
FOR RENT HOUSES
"OR HENT-H-ROOM HOUSE, NO
JC teenth street. Inquire at 16a
TTiOR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE, W15
A? Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire at 28?2
TTIOR RENT OR SALE-CHEAP. A NICE
Sj cottage in Sears, with good well and ce
tera. Apply to 1. J. weuui, ucujaiuu uiuv.
FOR RENT SECOND FLOOR. CONSIST
in., of three nice newlv nanered rooms,
tt) sinail. genteel family. Ken (7. Apply at
11 101 bird avenue.
I7TOR RENT-NICE MODERN 7 ROOM
J? house. 21H2 liaih avenue: bath room
gas, fur. ace, nice brica ce.lar. Must be taken
on or before November I. Apply quickly to
OoMscxiib & McKee.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
T7K)R SALE HULL & HEMKNWAY HAVE
J2 two snaps on hand if taken soon.
ITIOR SALE NICE NEW COTTAGE. UN-
tioished upstairs: ize lex? feet: lot
HI 75 feet, on Twelfth' treet. three blocks
Irora citv limits: facrsetst. Price ;HX Apply
to Goldsmith & McKee.
IjlOR SALE LOTS 3 AND 4. BLOCK 3 ON
A? Nineteenth street, Barh & Babcock s
addition. Wil accept the first reasonnDle
offer that come. K. E WyckoH, 1512 WUton
aveLue, Station W, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR SALE SMALL 4-ACRE FRUIT AND
garden farm in Houth R-ck Island: house
5 rooms: barn and wagon sheds; well and cis
tern. Owner makes toOO gross Income off of
farm per annum. Also raises chickens. Ap
ply to Goidsmitn & McKee.
FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST STOCK
or dairy farms In Bowling township con
ta ning 80 acres, about tit) in pa ture, balance
under cultlva'ion. Good house ami other
buUdintrs. Well waterel- Price ?10 per acre.
Tens easy. John Stablnecker, Milan, IU.
TfOR SALE 1411 TWELFTH STREET.
street paved: 7 rooms: lot 4xI.tO feet: we'l
and cistern: worth 2 4iX; $2 .WO takes tt if
taken be ore November 1. 1S1. HI. 100 cash.
1nnA ft! 41 (1 mitrl J .L't ill A t r f M Tl t. In.
quire of Goldsmith & McKee.
rjlOH BALK LOTS IN McfeNIRY'S AD
C CItlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell A
Cytide building. These lots are on Sixth ave
aue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Eire
street street oar lines. Terms to suit pur
PALMIST, 124 WEST
Third St.. Davenport. Gives advice on
business, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the best time for lawsuits, business
ventures, etc Hours, 10 to noon; 2 to 5, and
7:30 to 8 p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, PALMIST AND
Clairvoyant, tells you the past, present
and future correctly. Tells you everything
pertaining to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, acciaen'sand every
thing of interest. One call will prove her won
derful accuracy. Office hours from 1 to 10 p. m.
So 705-Fourth avenue.
PERSONAL A NICE AND WELL
dressed gentleman of 45 or 50 years of
age. woulu apprec: tte a go ja Dome, can get a
nice place to board with a refined widow la.y.
Address, box 222, bock Island, 111.
TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY.
TO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE F1VE
room cottage In excellent location for
renting to exehanee for good residence lotr.
Address D. C. 8., Akgus.
Rock Island Footing Company,
Chas. Uaksgen, President.
Old roofs repaired, roof painting,
old styld gravel roofing put on
by our mechanics.
Phone 1373. iil Twentieth stieet the rear.
WANTED FEMALE HELP. . ,
WANTED A GIRL TO SEW BY THE
week at 602 i le enth street.
WANTED A FIRST CLASS DINING
room girl at the Delmonlco restaurant
WANTED SEWING GIRL AT TR1-CITY
- Regalia company, 3i4 Twentieth street.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework at 8U3 Twentieth
WANTED A SERVANT GIRL FOR
Ktneral household work at 524 Twentj
thlrd street. Dr. Paul.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERVL
housework. Apply at Mrs. W. H. Whls
ler'r. 715 Twenty-second street.
WANTED- MALE HELP.
AV. B3-THREE GOOD BELL HvYS
at iti0 narper nouse.
WANTED ONE OR TWO TEAMS FOR
several weeks' work. D. C. W. ak;ik.
WANTED A GOOD BOY TO SERV8 AS
an apprentice. Call at 1503 Second ave
WANTED STARK NURSERY PAYS
Louisiana, Mo ; DansviUe. N. Y.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steadv wm-ir a
r3om 18, Hotel Sommers, Molina
WANTED SO MEN TO LAY ASPHALT
ravement. Ciood waves. App.y Twen
tieth street atd Sixtn avenue, Mol uu
ANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
J. mt1 a cnasscrs. Must write
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OP 8EV
I enor elntrooriiaDetween seventeenth
aod Twenty-hfth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D." Abqus. """mrour,n
VyANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
. . in fiuv. , ramiiy oy miauie Ktd ladv
Inquire at l3u3Fifta avenue. y
ANTED A COOO SECOND-H A ND
. " ueaier. AaaiesK .'-c 23,
ANTED CHIMNEYS TO REPAIR OR
ebuild Satisfaction guaranteed. Ad
dress 1120 Seventh avenue.
WA NTED FIRST-CLASS BJARUERS
at 1405 Kjurth avenue. Loction cen
ithI. R-.oms newly furnish id and all modern
r ANTED FIRM OF HIGH STANDING
would increase corps of representa
tives calling cn physicians i ur N) men now
average K weeky Exclusive territory.
teady empl -yme.. t. Box 04, Station O, New
WANTIiD AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale house, recently Incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. fc;Ury 100 per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest tl.tOU in cap tal 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-
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALF GOOD RIVERSIDE RANGE
for sale cheap, at 1219 Fourth avenue.
jH5R SALE A LOT OF GOOD FURNITURE
A. for sale cheap at 120 Third avenue.
TjIOR SALE NEW. HOUSEBOAT. FUR-1-
nisbed. Good bargain. Eleventh street
FOR SALE 4 FIRST CLASS SALOON
in Davenoort cheap If taken at once.
Eastman, GoU'rey & Co.
ipOR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRTTIT
' farm for sale In South Rock Isiand. Fine
ly Improved. See Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE A FINE PARLOR SCITE
hard coal .to ve, a good cuprard. dining
table, etc., at 1420 Third avenue
FOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
laundry and other lin s of business.
Eastman & Co., 1714(4 second avenue.
TTIOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
A? band house heating boiler, self-feeding.
Can be used for steam or hot water heat. A
bargain to parties having use tor it. Allen,
Myers & Co.
hJEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
J Money loaned on household goods; Ii16
WANTED UOOD.REL1ABLK OILSALKa
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement o-jmpsny, Cleve
BOARDER MRS. L. SCflAAB CAN Ac
commodate two more boarders. Fl bt
class tab.e: nicely furnished rooms: steam
beat and batb. 1229 secjid avenue. Tele
phone i:ws. . V
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
eheaper. A 11 kinds Of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,' J616
Second avenue. Telephone number 4884.
RAGS, EUUBER9, KTO. SEND POST At.
eard or leave word at r206 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
if you have any rags, rubber, eto., to sell.
I will eome to your house and pay you from
B0 to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
S to Bo a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention. u r. uaugger.
TF TOTJ WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADB
X or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail Is the one paper In Mollne
ttiateando It for you. Mall wants are popu
lar acd Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all like, cash la ad
vaoee. 8-eent stamp will do. Evening KB
Sunday MaU. Mollne, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us in a position
to give you valuable Information along lines
that wUr assure you success. Ask for free
letters o information and bulletin of d-Iy pa
pers that pay. We also start responsible pa r
tlea in the mall order and agency supply bu i
laess, Lord & Carver, Racine, Wis,