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Tgg AltfKHB, TUESDAY, JUNE 2 18S&
3t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. c concur a ccntntf Connelly Sc Connelly Attorneys at Law. ifll'.t ofil fionr. over Sllcbtl! A Lynda's bask. Moaty lo leu. ' Jackson Sc'JSurtU Attorneys at Law. OfE- In Rork .land National bank haUdlng. nniin c s vuiii Sweeney Sc. Walker. Attorneys anl Counccllon at Law. Office la Bittgtu n kiock. Charles J. Searle, Altorncj at Law. Local knalDMof altklBfla promptly Mirage J to. etat.V Attorney of Hock ltland county. Oflce, FvatoSce Muck. ZXcEniry Sc HdEnlxy, Attorney! at Law. Loan money on rood aecarltr; make enllee t no. Krforrace. Mitchell Linda, banker. OBce.Fotofflce block. ABOHITBCM. PRACK A KERW Architects and Superintendents. Room n,MiUheIlLBda lauding. Second foot GEO. p. STAtTOTJHAR Architect. Man and ":rflnt mlnre for alt classes of buiMlt.g. Kooias In Hum block. DKHTIItn. Sr. John E. Hawthorne. DENTIST. DENTI3T. DENTIST. DENTIST. Wee? Dental Patera, oeat Barta a tJliemeyer Drif, atom, TL.rd tmaa and TweetleU rtnrl Tka Meat sppntntaMata for ektlltd dacUl work. -LOCUST. Henry Caetje, Prop. CUIFriASNOCK NCRSEKY. Cat Flowers and Designs of all kinds. City store. 1W7 aVcoad ansae. Telephone ICO. rarHioiaMs. Dr. W. H. Lndewie. Specialist of Ke, Ear, Ncso and Throat. Oav In Tremera. rw balldlor. tmn R. v nlmiliMffri ad Tkird eveaae. Bock l.iaod. T.trptuna Ko. HI US. Da. Chas. IX Robertson, Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Only. flflke, Whlttakat Blork.soatkw.pt corner Third Bad krarfy arrets. Eavenport, Iowa. Boom IT aedts. Iloun: t lo 11 a. at.. Ito4p.au WOltfflan Jeler. Wc are showing our Usual line of Mae Watched, Clocks, , Jewelry and Silverware. Fred Woltman, Jeweler. Ke'.iaMe Goods at Uock-Holtom Prices. 1905 gecosD atemje. TOlKIal B&TH 1QQUS Paths of all kinds, ino'.udliig Turkish, plain, shampoo, ls-j-trio, electro-thermal, eta., way be obtained at tbs Sanltariam llath Rooms, oa the first floor of th liarpar Hon1. BOOM 9 OPEN For La i i e 1mm a. m. to 13 ib. ob wek days For Gen. tlaraeo r'rom J p. u. to 10 p.m. i n week days On Sundays the ronms will m open (ma 7 a. m. t 11 . at. for Uffotlaitiaa only. Kieotrie and Elaotro-thermal. faiths may be obtains! at any tints daring bosia.es hoars. 7tULlam eoBBsotad with bat rvoHit. its Ta;iTQaircuat,yA "aw 1. aaw a, n. r r mtmn i.i W aM.TBOi at re ce i ii 1 1 1" i . . r Colona Sand Stone Quarries Sawed building stone, Ashlar and trimmings a specialty. For cheapness, durability and beauty excelled by none. This stone docs not wash or color the wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent nn for estimates will receive careful attention and be retnrned promptly at our expense. Quarries 12 miles from Rock Inland on the C. B. & Q. K. R. Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop and let visitors off and on. I Bridae stone, corn r.nh blocks and foundation stone any size desired. Samples of Stone aod , Photos of Buildings can be seen at Boom No. 12. Mitchell & Lynde's build ing. Address: Arthur Burrall, manager, Rock Island or Colona. III. Wliere sre you going, my pretty maid So modest anil sedate! To cliurch, kind sir, she sweetly said, Ami I am afraid I'm lata. Can 1 go, too? And when there ne quickly can be wed; You bet your life; I'm stuck on yon, Kor your clothe are np-to-date. Many thanks I cried lie, for admiring them, Tliey are my tailor's eood taste. And anyone wanting line clothes, (iota IlniN's and have them made to the (juecu s taMe. HOPPE Tho Tailor. NkSL CATARRH CATARRH U a Local Lire in, and i. thn rrnlt of ro''d ai d r'Kldru climatic cnaui::. It ca bo cured by a fil.a.ant rrmrdv which an ill xd d'pH-tlr Into the no.tr 11 a Hcintf qtl'rkly atiroitH-a It aire lelUf at olcc. ELY'S C3IAM FALSI l-n. and clcaarr the Naral Pa.mrrr, Allay. Pain and Inflammation. OLD 'N HEAD IUa! the eoree.t'ro- fat1 the Kt-mhrana fni Cold., Rrrtorea the n of Taate and ."mtfll. The Balm ia quickly ahanrbed and ghrra relief at oaee. l'ricj 10 cent'. t Ktuxifi.u or b j mail. ELT BHOTnERS.M Wurcn Street, New Toik. VITALIS EEKEOY. ROOUCFt IMfe ABOVE RESULTS, It qulrkjy and aurely re- BHVf Ncrvnunnena. IninntRnrv. ftiabtly Kmilon. P.vil llmm. nalina niafaim and all effwf. of al.BhaM or eiceaa and Indivivtion. td.-atorra Li.t Vitality. nwr and Pallina Memory. WaidK on Insanlt and ennaumpllon. Otreawhenalleiberafall. Inniat on navina I Al ls, nontbrr. I nn berarrlrdln HMtyeatroekeu By inail $l.oo per package waia fnr witk a guarantee to I nn orKcroiMl the Money, circular Free. Addma CALUMET MEDICINE CO-, CHICAGO, ILL ror aale by Harebell M Father and Baits V uemerar, araxsuta Qalrkly.Tkaroathly, Forever Cared. Four out of Ave who Buffer nerroosiieM, mental worry, attacks of " the blaee," are bat paying the penalty of early excesses. Vic tlaiA, reclaim yonr manhood, regain your 1(mr. "Don't despair, fsend for book witli ei;.lauatiou aod proof. Hailed (sealed) free. ERIE UEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y. Made a well IMlTllaMStTI, CTT wr.;.-nv JV S-ii ,! ent-rly mum . m a ' i" a r yo. Ktly uiraa fa.. -ii'..l.kawkvL Kix for .1 . I4A, m in. tea W ' II WJT-iryi.fwa,a ' Ka i.in-(o, i.u awM on aaaa- aiit.Pe2lt J r dr.- M k. im r. . we i, k i!rMl4 iiwt.ini i oiaii.aaeraweawa. SOLO U tba tlarpwr llowaa Prac pw-,. auCK IbLANO. ILL. by WaaT "inilniin' MOLiNB, tLL aad etaar kwdaaa 4namuu fill a sTr-l M m .aaaannnnnnaw aJJCT -a l.m- yJ I eothSay. i HINDOO KISSCOV jLl4 eAwJ-yJ rawawaa taa aaova I ir . W MUNICIPAL MATTERS. USSciaJ ( taw HlchVe Ornrnr- Citv Cnnncil TJnnTn 1?m1r TJ.ml June 1 The Council met in regular semi-monthly session at 8 p. m Mayor Knox presiding' and all the Aldermen inncui. aue minutes ox ine last regular and subsenuent aHnnut nieetings were read and approved. Oflicers' reports for the month of May were mm un oraerea placed on file. Alderman Fosa. from t, committee, Kuboiittcd an ordinance wl ten was adoptcil by unanimous v.U nllowinsr IhIIs out nf'llw ..-:' n - - - - - .w.avMa u.llt.- cinar funds as follows: - LABOR PAT ROLL. Moa. i. . a. a. r.SZl'ma 12 12 IS SO IS 0 J. A inkier t iwt J- Kee 1ft) i.v J. Johnson No. 1 cm jn ."m; fioni, .:::. . II. Slcbrandt R. lluneher M. O Connell t 00 1 C5 S 25 S 45 2 25 J 00 615 00 ISO J iS S 00 S 00 1. Campbell P. Conwell J. Schults T.. Fahey 3 00 4 SS T. Siattery 200 t SO 110 E25 X. Evana S 35 S 75 75 P. McQuald J 00 1 GO 4 65 S 00 J. P. SchtiPD 1 00 J. Hammerly .. a 00 F. Archer .j. 6 SO 450 (25 100 J. lioynton 1 00 C Cole 3 00 C. Greaser S 00 M. Smith 7 GO 2 25 P. KiTlau I 25 M. Breene 1 50 1 50 4 65 rratia Kicnara 1 50 Chria. Johnson SO 1 10 4 50 3 SO IC. W. Illythin 3 15 SO 5 S Tom Mannel 1 GO 3 00 2 Si W. Korhe 1 50 1 GO 4 S5 A. ltrady 75 .1. Jamison .............. 3 00 P. McJuire 1 50 3 00 4 65 1 50 W. S. Bell is GO I? Mi Hike McCarthy 24 00 24 SO 4 00 Men Coloney 6 00 V. HinRstrum S 00 Oco. Mc Carroll S 00 S 00 7 10 1 50 i . r.vAns oo II. I'.anson 9 00 Jr C 00 30 7S5 SflO ftttn Volk 00 1 511 T. M. MeDonald C 00 i tr. T. Killer. 9 00 1 111 I'etersnn Id 00 1 at ir. nn i sr. II. Schmacht 12 00 7 15 V. Evans c 00 a an f). Kane 1! no 1 in C. Kroeger . 00 10 GO 1 50 A. lievoe Son 7 1ft l M J. Kinney f 00 1 50 785 308 f. ucunell - loo l En J. Regan 225 S 25 7S5 825 C. Archer ...i 23 Geo. Andeijon 6 00 2 40 4 65 Wm. Doy e 1 50 J. Shannon 1 50 1 65 C. Holland 75 II. l"tke 6 75 M. Ill 1 50 2 25 A. Thompson 1 35 4 65 O. Jackson 1 35 4 65 E. Ilrasher 1 35 K. ValandiuKham -1 10 3 SO 1 35 J. Conway 2 65 4 65 2 25 N. Kane 7a 4 ba 1 50 J. Oaftey S 00 5 05 J. Haley 6 00 75 A. Peterson 75 Geo. Grimes 3 00 10 85 9 60 J. Grimes 3 00 2 10 3 00 .1. V. Thompaon 3 00 5 60 ii. tarreant s oo 4 lo lo w S. Lukenhill 3 00 1 60 J. Matlock 3 00 3 00 J. Pchaab 4 GO Steve Kelcman 1 SO J. Cragan 2 40 1 50 Thoa. Connors 3 75 Pat Tumey .' 2 40 S 00 John Marrow 1 65 B. Allberry SO 2 40 Chas. Grams 90 3 SO Phil. Herfroo 2 40 4 GO .loiin Haley 2 10 Win. Morris 1 66 6 00 .las. Hackett 1 65 6 25 N. Iievkel 4 65 P. Ilrogan 4 65 00 J. Schupp 4 65 R. O'lHHinell 4 65 4 65 .Ins. Slater 6 45 3 SO W. Glass 5 45 .Ino. Murphy 15 P. Ilcdllng 2 00 1 8o KoM. Shaw 2'n w J. E. Swan I SO Edgar Lenitnon so K. Hrady 50 C. Long 75 G. Knox 75 Hrasbcr ' MrGee 50 Schocker 50 William Hell C 00 William Morria 3 75 Chas. Uraudele 7 50 3 no F. Dennett 7 85 3 00 Ira Baker 5 65 8 OH W. McDonald 4 85 3 On Thos. Kox 4 85 3 00 R. C. Coole 7 10 2 65 W. Ferguson 1 85 4 8o C. Henck 1 85 6 85 S. O'Connor '. 3 75 4 6ft Ed Hanson John Marrow 00 Jobn Snyder 1 00 A. Stecs 2 40 Thos. O'Connor 1 50 R. Thompson 3 15 John Condon 5 25 John Faasnacht 8 00 I. Anthony 3 05 S. Iilvthe 1 65 M. Quinn 2 05 Pat O'Hern 2 05 P. Noonan 2 06 J. Thome 1 65 P. Moerat 2 40 John Noreen I 1 65 O. Peterson 1 65 Geo. Tallamadge 1 65 L. Thompson 28G C. Axelson J 05 C. Mondon 1 J5 Geo. Banker 1J 5" V. Jennsen " J" T. L. Baker J fo F. Gesl JJJ J. Ousley JW Jaa. Ross ? B. Brasher . Thoa. tlnnld J 55 John Hadene f J C. Carlson - n J. Ryerson 00 STREET. Labor nay roll 253 15 Labor pay roll .... .... .... SO 75 I-abor liay roll.... .... .... 174 75 Ibor ay roll 15 00 N. Juhl 16 60 R. I. U Mfg. Co 13 M Robert Kuschmann 20 ALLET PAVING. Labor pe, y roll .... .... .... 40 SO Labor pay roll .... - 86 00 Labor pay roll 4 00 C W. Suman 1 S SEWER. Labor pay roll .... .... .... .. 32 50 Labor pay roll .... .... .... .... 7S Labor pay roll .... .... 2 00 W. A. Darling I SO c. J. W. Schreiner 4 05 E. G. Fraxcr " 11 70 6th WARD SIDEWALK. Labor pay roll ...... ...... .... 2 26 Labor pay roll 2 8 Ldrof pay roll .. 82 It W..A. Darling S 00 3dWARD SIDEWALK. Labor pay rnU .... .. 61 46 lAoor pay roll .... .... 40 SS W, A. Darliac .... 1 26 7th WARD SIDEWALK. Labor pay roll..... 7 Labor pay roll 22 li W. A. Darling .... 1 GO BRIDGE. Rock Island Lam. Mfg. Co 1C 84 Harper Robinaoa u m ELECTION. O. O. HBCksteadi .. .... .. 3 BS HEALTH. Hy Moore .... . .. .... .. .. 78 00 Chaa. Mille- 78 00 W illiam o Brtea 78 Sv S. Knox .... .... .... 25 00 John Hampsoa .... .... .... 1 50 fw M. Sala .... ..... ... .. SS an Thqa. Doyle .... .... 1 GO B. P. Knox .... IS SS LIGHT. People's Power Co .... .... 1.077 70 OFFICE. Mrs. X. Coodmaa ... . H 7 SO J. P. flniilanaB .... .... ... u 10 Paople'a Power Co u PBIWmu! Rock Island Argus .... .... SPENCER SQUARE. C Schneider i go STORK DRAIN. ? G- P ,v -27 SO Sweeney talker .... M 00 W. A. Darling. ... .... 13 m 12th STREET PROPERTY HOLDERS. W. A. Darling , 75 Rock Iahind Argus .... .... .. , oo SALARY. B. F. Knox 100 00 A. D. Huesing 100 S Jos. L. Haaa .... .... .... .... mi H. H. Holland 66 66 S. T. Nelson 45 0 C. R. Chamberlln (33 POLICE. A. Etzcl .... .. 81 John Bender .... .-. I'hll Miller L. Kramer John Schaab .... John Mulqueen .... ..... .... Robert Simmons Richard Carnes .... .... It. McCarthy A. Carlson a II. Moody O. DnmtiAtild St 5S 56 sr. 66 5 56 56 SS 66 If, 56 25 66 25 56 25 tkK 25 56 25 66 25 2 60 1 25 1 73 8 60 3 00 . 40 William Dickman Mrs. M. J. Pbllllps Rock Island Fuel Co ' A. Etsel HtMmn a. R Snvth & Ha use People s Power Co FIRE DEPARTMENT. Jas. Johnston . .... 66 66 J. TV Collier K5S C. J. Ramskill GO 00 H. Hansbaw 50 00 Ous Geia-er .... Kft On H. Dasso 50 00 Dan Doyle 5000 Ed Johnson .... .... go 00 Mrs. M. Egan . g 34 R. C, Benson 11 30 H. F. Tonninges .... 8 00 Smith Hause .... 3 00 J. H. Mancker .... .... ,. 20 50 John Gibson 6 00 People's Power Co .... j60 Fire department No. 2. C, N. Hastings S4 16 Augnst Sass SO 00 V. Deisenroth 5 00 J. Hysim r i Mrs. M. Repine .... .... 3 92 M. Corcoran 4 no People's Power Co. Fire department No. 3. .las Mulcahey R4 1A G. W. Newbery Giiim A. McDonald r0 no Rv?' V Is Mrs. B. Paulsen 34, L. A. Schmidt """ 1 bo Pender St Brown "" 1 in Harts ac Bahnsen 9 05 People's Power Co "" j WATER DEPARTMENT. aTIVSn(IA aponnnf Labor pay roll E. Wlloher T. J. Reddig W. H. Wise Jodhn Fotsch P. F. McGuelcIn 5 2S . ion 00 . 72 50 65 00 . 65 00 . 45 00 45 00 45 00 50 00 . 42 30 . G 60 . 8 50 264 15 1 32 . 2 25 110 25 735 89 82 00 5:1 80 117 25 104 20 31 25 1 178 34 .. 2 60 31 80 1,077 70 . 2fi 60 . 25 00 .. 1 SO 134 90 18 75 , 3W 65 M2 IS 4S3 73 C. Fry '" Jonn KolloAT Jas. Farrell Dearborn Drn. A rh xcn-i-m J. T. Nof taker u. n. worcbester C. V. Mining Co. " Davis Co Warnock 4- Ralston Davis Co RECAPITULATION." Street account .... Allev Pavinv uvnnnt Sewer account .... """ 6th ward sidewalk account.... 3d ward sidewalk account 7th ward sidewalk account .... Bride .tvniint Ejection account .... """ . "1" neaitb account Light account Office account Printing account "" Speneer square account Storm drain account .... 12th street property holders .. "" Salary account .... -.... Police account .... . Fire department No. "" Hre department No. 2 . ISO 33 1X0 53 Water worka expense account ""i.J!!? S c uepariment No. 3 85,911 ,2 Buniilenientnl hiiio t r isi.5 frl1'; yaLler8- $2.73' were ordered at; fl7i i r, ora,nn and allowed, ,ner blUs to various committees. ol'i,euI,an Johnson, from the fire and light committee, reported the pur chase of a team of horses for the use $2M UePartment. cost of Alderman Winter, from the ordi nance committee, reported the annual appropriation ordinance, the amount ngsTreeotinB' .'i2.237 is is. , on motion of Alderman Kennedy. AlKO. n racnli,:AH - itEMiiifuii? omer revenues aggregatimr the sum of $67, .o to various fnrwia ii..j on motion of Alderman Kennedy. j . "C,S011' irom tne street and Alley Committee, reported favor- ablv on nrwnttnm . 1 j a . n & Jtobmson for straightening Seventh AV.IHI. an A L- . . - ,. me-passage 01 tne or dinance vacating to them the irregular portion of the avenue in exchange. , .lerk pead the deed as aforesaid and Alderman Johnson moved that it be accepted and ordered recorded. Carried, 12 to 2, (Schreiner, Tindall.) .i,c titrrK reaa tne ordinance estab lishinc STades nn Rmnt, . of Thirtieth street. Passed 12 to 2. (fw-hreiner, Tindall.) The Clerk renl Ik. ni:no. . ing the exchanged portion of Seventh avenue. An amendment by Alderman . .nuKiiitj 11 tune effect when the new portion of the street is placed in passable conrlit the ordinance passed 12 to 2, (Schrein er, Tindall.) Alderman XeTson offered a motion authorizing a brick culvert on Twelfth . " Pwre 01 a tne dram, tne ad ditional cost in Kb ,K erty holders. Adopted. -x new vineei for the street roller was ordered procured on motion of Alderman Nelson. The matter of a sewer assessment against Mrs. Brough' was referred to .hij comlD'ttce on Claims on motion of Aidermnn Surman. A motion hy Alderman Dauber di recting the Clerk to advertise for pro posals for the construction of the Twentv-fourth adopted, 13 to 1. (Gall.) ine matter of correcting sidewalks assessment rolls in the Sixth an d Sev enth wards was referred to the Alder men of the warrla .nil tho report at the next meeting on motion of Alderman Kennedy. vicrx reaa a petition rrom Airs. Ann Watts for cancellation of an as sessment. Beferred to the Alderman of the Sixth ward. The clerk read petitions of Davis Company and E. E. Lamb for leave to open paved street. Granted. A petition of O. H. Birkle and others for the cutting to grade of an alley, was referred to the Street and Alley Committee. A communication of Fred Doeckel, claiming damages by reason of a change of grade, was referred to the Claims CommitlM mil IMrnnpn rf the Seventh ward. A proposition from V. L. Stone to do tn HntiM A CI T- : mwA-v.m 1 sums according, to sea-vice, was refer- ' " w BR-vittt cutDuuiicc coinpuseu ui Mayor. City Attorney and Ordinance CominlttM with inMniMinn. to ths committee ' to receirs and consider sml other propositrons from engineers and report at the next meeting. Alderman Mancker called ' tip the river front paving ordinance and mov ed to strike out paving west of Six teenth street and paviug on Fifteenth street between First and Second ave nues, which was adopted. The ordi nance was then lard over to the next regular meeting to be placed in proier shape, on motion of Alderman Surman. Alderman Foss, from the Finance Committee, reported favorably the te tttion of J. I Weyerhaeuser and othera for the reapportymment of laving assessments on Twentieth street. The report was adopted, 10 tot. (Surman. Maucker, Winter and Nel son.) Adjonrned on motion of Alderman Maucker. A. T. nUESIXG, City Clerk. afaaaaga Paid to Skr Stiaaa. ' Beeanse they come from metejve. bodies that fall in this way are called meteorites, and for very many years past all the meteorites which have been seen to fall, or could bo found, have been carefully kept, so that they may ba studied. We know, too, that they have fallen in earlier times as well, be eanse the histories of nearly all ancient peoples contain accounts of such occur rences, and of the homage paid to the "sky stones" by those who thought them gifts from the gods, or miraculous objects. It is probable that the so called goddess Diana who was worshiped by the people of Ephesns was a meteorio atone. A mass of iron which prored to be a meteorite was found in Texas a few years ago at the crossing of a number of trails leading in different directions. It was learned that it had been set np by the Indians as a fetich, or object of worship, pd whoever passed by was ex pected to leave npon it beads, arrow heads, tobacco or other articles as oCTcr tngs, since it was regarded as having come from the Great Spirit. Another, which fell in India some years ago, wss kept decked with flowers, was daily anointed and frequently worshiped with great ceremony. There is preserved to this day in the parish church of En sisheim, Alsace, Germany, a stone weighing over 200 pounds which fell in tho town Nov. 1G, 1493. The king, being near at the time, had tho stone carried to the castle, and after breaking off two pieces, one for himself and the other for the Duke igismund, ordered tho remainder to be kept in the church as a miraculous object, and it still hangs there, suspended by a chain from the vault of the choir. Oliver O. Far rington in St Nicholas. Horses and Flutes, "They say," wrcto Ben Jonson, "princes learn no art truly but the art of horsemanship. The reason is the brave beast is no flatterer. He will throw a prince as soon as his groom. " The Greek theory of education, as we Slid it 111 Plato, was cf a twofold kind "one of gymnastics relating to the body, the other of music for the sake of a gocd state of tho soul. " Briefly, as Mr. Pa ter expresses it, "a gymnastio fused in music." This system of education the Greeks applied no less to the training of horses than of men. In'tho earliest extant treatise on riding, Xeuophon pointed out that horsemanship, like dancing, was dependent fundamentally on the play impulse, that for anything to bo done well it mast be done for pleasure; "what the horse does under compulsion is done without understand ing, and there is no beauty in it any more than if one should whip and spnr a dancer. " Tho horse mnst become an artist; too, in his manner, and. use his limbs with rythmical freedom. So far was this carried that Athcnaens relates how tho Sybarites taught even their horses to dance at their feasts to the music, of the flute, and on one occa sion their enemies put their knowledge of this habit to humorous account by taking out flnta players to bartlo and winning the cavalry over to their side by causing tho horses to dance to a fa vorite air, just as the Pied Piper played the rats of Hamelin into the Weser. Quarterly lie view. The Darky aad Bla Three Wishes. The .following anecdote well illos triites the spirit of contentment preva lent with the negro in the south before the war: Jack was once asked . by his young master to make three wishes. He was told to take plenty of time and think well before he spoke. After deliberating several minutes he said, "Well, Marse Joe, I want a pa'r of boots." "Jack," said his master, "when yon consider all the number of good things in this world, can't yon think of some thing better? Try again. Be careful. " "WelL Horse Joe, I always want to have a plenty of fat meat. " "Now, Jack, yon have only one more wish. Can't yon think of something bet ter than a pair of boots and fat meat?" After thinking awhile ho gave it np, saying: "Diane Joe, if I had a pa'r of boots and a plenty of fat meat, I doan' want nnthin mo." This happy negro I knew personally. He was born a slave and has always lived in Virginia. C CL Page, M. D., in New York Son. Tka) beat salva in tha world for eats, braises, sores, aloers, salt rheum, fever soraa. tetter, happed hands, ohilblains, earns and all skia eruptions, and positively enres piles or no pay required. It Is gnar anteed to give pert act satisfaction, or money refandaid. Prise U awnts par box. For eele by Harts fc DUaxneyer. Or. wmhuwa isshaa TOs Onwatsat wm care hand kls.ltrif. Bleerstsd aad ttcahsg pOaa. it alBirlitnsliiBMis. allays tka tasking at earn, actauapoadtteirlyaabnataas raikaf. Dr. wa. naassIaeiaatTisOiilBisiills ef ta v m siasaiBl aab tor Metto aVNfy I "A Scorcher.' tr O PM3 .Tobacco Dealers sav. that "BATTLE AX" is a "scorcher" because it sells so fast. Tobacco Chewers say, it is a "scorcher" be cause 5 cents' worth goes so far. It's as good as can be made regardless of cost. The 5 cent piece is almost as large as the other fellows' 1 0 cent piece. LUTHY The LIST The Handsomest -:- FOR WILSON MOLINE BUGGY CO. LUTHY THE PLACE TO BUY Wall Paper Room Mouldings. Pictures. Picture Frames and Window Shades is at the Adams Wall Paper Company, When a Visitor Happens In the hoaaewife can always offer a deliciona luncheon if she ham Van Camp's Porte and Seana in the house. Always ready to serve ana always pala table. At all Grocers, toe, xsc and aoc. Send eo In muuapm tor a tutmplv cjlb. VAN CAMP PACKING CO.. INMANAPOUS. IND. Reliable Repairing AtlL'SennVSOa Eighteenth street, under- Bock Island National bank, its repaired, cleaned and washed eat short notice. All work first-class. 80 years experience. Cloth ing called for, and delivered. TRY THE XEW SHOP. THOROUGHLY BKUABIX Si u LUTHY Luthy $150. Bicycle in the World SALE BT -:- LUTHY jio. 31 a and 314 Twentieth street VAN CAMP'S BOSTON DAI poRi I AMI IX. II. BBIGGS, 1 EsUte, Insonrce, Lcirs AND HOUSES TO BEST. Office 1M Seoocd Ave.; Book I.land. ill Kt'.fMf eaTkirtr-e atatet and rtfiiswnj areas. !?aftaanl f"""