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THE AUGTJS, FIUDAT, OCTOIVETl " 14. IS98.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1031 Second
Avenue, Kock Uland. 111. Entered at the
Fostofflce as Second clafc matter. J
IN THE NAME OK 4. W. FUTTf.K.
TERMS Dally. 10 cent H;r week. Weekly,
2.00 per annum, la advance VI .W.
All communications of political or srgumen
taUve character, political or religious, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
ncb article will be printed over fictitious alg-
a a Cures.
Correspond enee solicited from every town
hip la KocSc Island county.
Friday. Oct. 14. lys.
For Stale Treasurer
M. F. DUN" LA P.
For Superintendent Public Instruction.
.PERRY O. STIVHl.
For Trustees Slate University,
DR. JULIA HOLMES SMITH.
NAPOLEON 11. MORRISON.
JACOB H. SEILER.
For Representative In Congress, Tenth
FRANCIS E. ANDREWS.
Fc Slate Senator. Thirty-third District,
JOSEPH II. MULLIGAN.
Fortepreaentative In tbe General Assembly,
ELMORE W. IIURST.
For County Judge W. C. ALLEN
For County Clerk JOHN NORTON
For Sheriff A. 1. HUESING
For Treasurer T. K. LEES
For County Superintendent . .O. I. ADDITON
The Momiiiomi Ii 1'ottery company is
preparing to 1 :i - some of its jjomls
in Havana. Culia.
The American liner St. I,ollis is
now in new and hrighl dress, having
doffed her man o f war garb ami re
binned fu r ocean traffic.
There are now '! rsscl of vari
ous classes in cmirsf of construction
for Uncle Sam's navy, involving an
aggregate expenditure of ? lD.00U.O0O.
Ix 189-1. during Civ. AltgeM's ad
ministration, tin- tax rate was ,'U
cents. In 1S17. during Tanner's ad
ministration, the rate was lived at 06
Amikkw C.i;xi;iiiK is to share one
certain fate of ail truly great men.
Tlie l'ittshurg (.'ham Imt of Commerce
is to give a banquet in Lis honor when
he next visits that citv.
Is Pennsylvania those eminent
patriots. Matthew Stanley 2uay and
John Wanuaiiiaker, are engaged in ti
life and death struggle to sec which
one can shake the plum tree" the
Til kick arc three hunches of Cali
fornia ijuail in Schuyler county.
They cre int riMluced into Illinois ly
L'r. Kf lisdcll. of Macouih. ami hun
ter fiave refrained from killing them
so as to permit their geii'-ral propa
gation. Ckallk woulil make just such a
makeshift sheriff us lie is a make
shift candidate, hut there will be no
chance. The makeshift business
with Cralle ended when the soldier
was turned down in the republican
The Henderson county commission
ers at their Scptemler nieetinglixed a
liounty on groundhogs and foxes, but
the state's attorney has ilccidctl that
their action is illegal, and the county
clerk gives notices that he will not
pay for scalps of those animals.
(iov. Tanner lias determined not
,to see the big Chicago cace jubilee
procession from the reviewing stand,
or appear on the street, but will wit
ness the pageant from a window in
the (Jreat Northern hotel. The exec
utive of the atate is not anxious to le
hissed in the presence of the head of
Wires the Protestant Kpiscopal con
vention concludes its Ialors iu Wash
ington l is to erect a "jH-ace cross"
on (he Tennallytown road, near the
site of the proposed new catheilral of
Sts. Peter and Paul. It is to Ih n
monolith Ionic cross of Indiana stone.
feet high, and with a sentence from
the litanv engravetl on its face.
SrATiru of death in the army of
Ue i nitet! states during the late war
'veil anf appalling story. Only 316
aoUtiers were killed in battle, but the
death roll from disease has already
reached i-'J'-'-'i. ami there are daily al
ditions to the uunilx-r. In the'eivil
war the proportion of deaths by dis
ease to those killed on the ticld was a
little less 'than two to one. Inthis
war it is about seven to one.
Kotdlr Who Oppose Tanner.
Tbe obi soldiers of Chicago have
formed au Anti-Tanner league." and
have entered iato an earnest and ag
gressive catujaign against the gov
ernor and all who atliliate with him.
Thev have opened headquarters at 227
West Harrison street, near Hals ted.
and have issued thefollowingdeclara
tion of principles:
The object of this league is to re
ent insnlts offered to old soldiers by
Gov. Tanner, and his total ignoring of
their claims, and the appointment of
incompetent pets and favorites to till
places old soldiers should have leeii
given, and which they were fully com
etent to Jill, and had they lieen giren
such apMintmeiits they would have
prevented the terrible sufferings en
dured by the gallant young men who
went into the ranks s privates.
To elect an opposition legislature
and have fov. Tanner's appointment
of ineomjetcut favorites fully inves
tigated. To elect a legislature that will re
organize the militia and give the pri
vate in tbe ranks fair dealing; compe
tency alone to be the standard for o
sitions. To enact laws which will kill this
terrible curse of 'pull.'
-To defeat every friend of Tanner
that biii machine may bedowued com
pletely, thus burying any possibility
of bis ever leing elected lolhe L'llited
Pay no attention to t he cunning, j
oily-tougned politician w ho tells you
Tanner is not running. Tanner's
friends are running; a victory for1
them'-' Will Ix a victory for Tanner:
down them and vou "down Tanner."
The league has also issued the fol
lowing circular letter, which explains
Ileaibpiarters Auti-Tanuer League, j
'I'll West Harrison Street. Chicago, j
111.. Oct. 11. 1'J. To all old soldiers)
of the civil war and young soldiers of j
the Spanish war; those w ho went into
the lield and those who were prepared I
to go.' To all the alwve mentioned)
citizens who desire to rebuke Gov.
Tanner for his conduct toward them '
and defeat his aspirations to suc
ceed Shelby M. Cullom in the
United States senate, - and who, to
make such defeat doubly sure,
will vote against every Tanner
man running for office in the state,
thereby thoroughly defeating his ma- (
chine." "All such young aud old sol-
diers who visit Chicago during the;
peace jubilee from the different cities j
and towns of our state, or who come
to Chicago from now till election day, j
are cordially invited to visit us, make
headquarters with us while they stay j
here and have their mail add Ecsscd in j
our care. We have ample room. Our
hall is open from a. m. until 10 p.
in. every day. We are centrally lo
cated. Yours faithfally for the de
feat of Tannerism1 in our state,
Old Soldiers' Anti
The old soldiers o.f Illinois have
genuine cause for complaint against t
tJov. Tanner for his treatment of
them, and it is very evident from
their organization of the Anti-Tanner
league that they intend to make their
votes and influence felt in opposition
to Tanner and Tannerism at the ap- .
proaching election. j
MIKKKAKD SHOTS. '
Shcrrard. Oct. 'l. John Smith ami
William Gibson visited relatives and
friends in Preemption Sunday.
Hugh Gorman left for Missouri last
Samuel Shappcl was seriously hurt
in the mines last Friday.
Frank McDonald returned from '
Kock Island Wednesday. I
.fohn lLniisev viited with his fam
ily at Viola Saturday and Sunday.
Joseph Stevens and wife, of Cable,
were visitors in Shcrrard Sunday.
A surprise party was given Uev.
Wicks and family last Friday evening.
W. M. lirown." of Colona. 111., was
the guest of John and William Allen
Mrs. John Smith and sou. llolx-rt.
visited with friends in Gilchrist last
Th iirstl.i v.
j Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johnson went
to lUick Island Wednesday to visit for
a few- davs.
I Fred HawVou has moved his family
from Cable into their new home in
I. nke I..ee and daughter Kate,
of Hortoii. Kas., arc visiting relatives
and friends here and at Cable this
Howell Williams. Jr.. of Williams
burg, Iowa, left for borne Mouday.
after a week's visit with relatives and
Frank Uosenburg aud wife, of Ca
ble, passed through here on their way
to Coal Valley, where they had ljren
The Coming Wonian
Who goes to th club while her hus
band tends the baby, as well as the
good old-fashioned woman who looks
after her home, will loth at times get
run down in health. They will le in
trouble yvith loss of apjH'tite, head
aches, sleeplessness, fainting or dizzy
spells. The most wonderful remedy
for these women is Electric Bitters.
Thousands of sufferers from lame
buck and weak kidneys rise up aud
call it blessed. It is the medicine for
women. Female complaints and ner
vous troubles of all kinds are soon re
lieved by the use of Electric Bitters.
Delicate" women should keep this rem
edy on hand to build up the system.
Only 50 cents per lottlc. For salo by
Hartz & Ullerueyer.
Plleat meat PUeal
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will care blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a'ponltice,
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only
for piles and itching of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every box
is warranted. Sold by druggists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 60
cents and $1 per box.
Willi ajvs MAarcrACTCTUJfO Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by 1L F. BahKsen. Druggist.
ScIcBm for Fifty Cents.
GmrutKd tobacco habit cure, maltes weak
men strong, bloot par. Me. L- All aruceists.
Subscribe for Thx Akgcs.
Which Half is 3&
The honsevrife's duties are harder thaa men " r
realize. Cleaning alone is a constant tax on lier Fz-
strength, a icvcr-cndcd task. More than half the wpr
work of cleaning she can have done for I:cr, if she '''-&j&7-'Vs -
will, aud the espouse will be ucxt to nothing. T
fell HfeUSi Powder
Mj tSvtf:- Hoc the Letter liatf cf rlcanico;; does it Letter
Ji,? tT $6--than any other way known; ilo.-3 it cosily, quicLIy
ro;$ aud cbcaply. Irirgeit package greatest rcoucuiy.
KHS&f! THE N. K. FAiRSANK COMPANY,
Sj'tll'g -J Cljlcarro. au Ix.ula. Mew York. Uoilou. l'Ulluileli.biii.
NO FALSE RETURNS.
Here Are I'laln Farts Kndorited !y a Kock
Inland Citizen Wfau Rnlilraoa
Few "people will admit failure while
there is a chance for argument.
Many jeople claim success, when no
one rises to dispute it. What we
want to do is to place our claims
where doubt is out of the question.
We are doing this every day and Kock
Island' people are beginning to appre
ciate it. Now, to get right down to
the point, everybody knows that
there is many an aching back, many
a lame and painful one. the mtTering
from which makes life a burden, but
having tried so many remedies, the
sulTerer not finding success looks upon
all those who profess to have a cure
with all the skeptism of a skeptic:
yet one more struggle yvith the right
ally and the back is free. Others
have done it right here in Kock Island,
why not you? Uead what Mr. J. C.
Brown, of Mti Second avenue, who is
employed as teamster by Henry Dart's
Sons, wholesale grocers, says:
Over two years ago my kidneys
and back began to trouble me. Since
then it has gradually liecome worse
aud the attacks were more persistent.
I had a distressing pain iu the small
of my lack, a constant soreness over
my kidneys, and if I did any lifting
sharp twinges caught me. I saw
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised and
so highly recommended by others
who had used them that I was per
suaded to try them, anil obtained a
1kx at Marshall & Fisher's drugstore.
I could feel the beneficial effects from
their use from the start. The cure
that I anticipated was brought about
by the use of oue box. the pain and
soreness over my kidneys wholly dis
appeared, and "my back has been
stronger ever since. I am perfeetly
satislied that Doan's Kidney. Pills are
just as represented antl a true kidney
Doau's Kidney Tills for sale by all
dealers. Price i() cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn company. Buffalo. X.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Kememlier the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
For sale by Marshall & Fisher, drug
gists. IlHVNOI.DS KILLS.
Reynolds, Oct. 12. Mr. and Mrs.
C. L." Berry, of Gales htirg, are visiting
at t he home of Mrs. Berry's parents,
Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. McClay.
William Kistler. of Buffalo Prairie,
returned from Chicago Friday.
Fred Tittcrington. of Bock Island,
was in tow n on business last week.
A large imiulwr of people from here
attended the racing at Kelt's track
Uufus Walker and yvife, of Moline.
have been spending a few days here
M. (J. Mneleuburg, of Aledo, was
in town Wednesday, He has gone
into the butcher business in Aledo.
William Clark, our former butcher,
has beeen employed to manage the
J. B. MeConnell met with what
might have been a fatal encounter
yvith a vicious Swiss bull. It occur
red out in the pasture, but fortunate
ly near the road. Mr. MeConnell was
knocked down and badly trampled
and bruised. The animal being de
horned, and the other cattle gathering
around, gave him a chance to get to
the fence. Dr. Moore was summoned?
but found beyond a severe bruising
TriMt Those Who Have Tried.
I suffered from catarrh of the yvorst
kind and never hoped for cure, but
EIv's Cream Balm seems to do even
that. Oscar Ostrom, 45 Warren ave
nue, Chicago. 111.
I suffered from catarrh; it got so
bad I could not work; I used Ely's
Cream Balm and am entirely well!
A. C. Clarke. 341 Shawmut avenue,
A 10-cent trial size or the 50-cent
size of Ely's Cream Ba)ut :will be
mailed. Kept by druggists. Ely
Bros., 56 Warren street, New York.
For over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syi-pphas
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens tbe gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the
largest sale of any salve in the world.
This fact and its merit has led dis
honest people t attempt to counter
feit it. Look out for the man who
attempts to deceive vou when vou
call for DeWitt's Witch" Hazel Salve,
the great pile cure. T. IL Thomas,
A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahnsen, drug-gst-
Arnold's Brouiu Celery cures bead
aches; 10. 25 and 50 cents. Eeiss'
Andalusia. Oct. 12. Mr. ami Mrs.
Joseph Donahue and baby spent Sun
day with II. Masher and family.
Art. Myo.s, of Muscatine, spent
Some .of our young folks attended
the dance at Milan last week.
Miss Mary Egger. of Buffalo, spent
Monday at J. II. Brookman's.
Mr. "aud Mrs. James D. Kane yvel
comed :t son to their home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons have
moved into Mrs. Huntley's house.
Mrs. Conkling, of Sulphur Springs,
Iowa, was in the village last week.
Henry King and daughter, Fannie,
of Missouri, are visiting relatives here.
Dr. Barewald, of Buffalo, made a
professional visit in our village Mon
lames Bragg, of Kock Island, is one
of the new hands in the button fac
tory. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Finley. of Rey
nolds, are visiting t he latter's mother,
Mr. Gray and Miss Bertha Mc
Evoy. of Muscatine, spent Sunday iu
Miss Maud Gobel yvill enter upon
her school duties at Tiskilwathe com
ing week.' She entertained a number
of friends at her home Friday eve
ning. Miss Lizzie Smith. Maude Boney
and Mrs. Boney were in Kock Island
Mrs. William Huntley, who has bee.i
living in Iowa for some time, returned
Among the sightseers at the coun
ty seat last Friday were Messrs.
Brook nian, Ballard aud Burgoyne.
The ladies of the Baptist Social so
ciety give a dinner at Mrs. Strope's
Thursday of this yveek.
John Houston antl granddaughter.
Miss Wcssendorff, returned to their
home in Memphis: Tenn., last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs-.- G. F. Brookman, who
have leen visiting here for some time,
returned Tuesday to their home in
Central City, Iowa.
While Charlie Ross yvas coming to
the village Thursday evening he met
yvith an accident which might have
proved serious, colliding yvith a ve
hicle and breaking the tongue of Ins
buggy and knocking the top off. His
team took fright, tore the harness and
ran into the fence at Mr. Mosher's.
east of town. The horses became
separated. One yvas found near Cyrus
Kennedy's and the other at Ferd
One Minute Cough Cure surprises
people by its quick, cures and children
may take it in largo quantities with
out the least danger. It has won for
itself the best reputation of any prep
aration used today for colds, croup,
tickling in the throat or obstinate
coughs. T. II. Thomas, A. J. Riess
and M. F. Rahnen. druggists
Don't Tobarro Spit snd Smnka Toar Life Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be map
netic. full of life nerve and visor, take Ko-T
Bac, tbe wonder-worker, t'aat makes weak men
strong. All druceista, 80c or fl. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Kerne ay Co. Chicago or New orlc
ed by f of
tists Given Free
to each person interested
In sulis sriljine to tbe mi
tene field Monument Sou
venir Fund. ubscr.ne
any s mount desired, hub
scriptions as low as f-1.00
will entitle tbe d nor to
ibis handsome volume
(cloth b-.und. sill), as
souvenir certificate of
subscription to fund.
Boole contains a selection
of Field's best and most
representative works and
is reaoy ror aenvery.
But for- tbe noble contil-
bution of the
wr old's irreatest artists.
thus book coul 1 cot have been manufac
tured for ls than tT.OO.
Tne Furid created Is divided equally be
tween tb- family of tbe late fc-uftene
Field and the Fund for the builolnir of a
monument to the memory of the be
loved poet of childhood. Address
Kl tJfcNE HELD
HUMMEM SOl VEJilK FOD,
AlsoatBook . 10 Monroe Street,
- ir yoa aJ-to wtah to ead postage en-
Clotie lOCC'Dta. y , . .- ,
Joiin-' Voile & Co,,
Builders : : :
Sash. Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing ox All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
51ltosleenth Rock Island
? V I -it -I i.
& lit I tfg:
A M US EM EM TS.
UnoerThe Direction Cf Cmambcrun KiKJTicCo.
Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 14 and 15.
Special mat'nee Saturday.
1IASI.ONS CKKIT SlVCrACI.F,
All new this year.
BIT.MAUU : AME.
AERIAL I'lCTl-RE HANfiF.lt.
NEW BALLETS. NOVEL
NitrUt prices. 23c to SI; matinee, 5 and EOc.
Sea", tale at Fluke's.
Tom A. Marshal
:' 6CNCRAL OmCCS
TeiFPticne me FOLLOIVN6
CT. E5 AND 6 T ABOUT
'l TCU GRAPH GATES.
AnJ'ilur la. 111,
liurliiici. n, Iowa.
CiurabU!t Jc Iowa.
C'-dar Haitid, lov.u.
Cuba, I a.
laveniort, I, wa
S!iu r..l), 111.
Mur hUliown, Iowa.
II t. l'loasant, lowo.
Ni w ltftoli, Iil.
NtK Windsor, 111.
I.orlh Aj-ndcriiiMi, 111.
n .-1.1.-1, Id.
1-ort liron. 111.
Pniirio City, 10.
l;.x k I-lm-.l, I1L.
St. Atuntstiiiv, 111.
Taylor It Idee, 111.
Waluat tirove. 111.
Vbja ll.K l.rwu.
V.'it l.ilx-rty, Iowa.
Voted City, 111.
J. . BEIDT.
T B BEIDT
"-;'fi.io... :xZ& f't-imti
Own Tour Bomt aa4 Umt it Inrurtd.
Insurance and Loan3,
Eooin 4.-ilitchell & I.jnde BuUding
f 1 f
In order to remember the little folks we
will give free with every pair of school
shoes, until further notice, A FINE
JUMPING ROPE, as shown above.
Our stock of school shoes combines neat
stylish goods with wear resisting1 quali
i -s You can't miss it by fitting the litt?e
ones out at our store, or yourself as well.
See our nobby fall and winter goods.
WRIGHT 5 BARBER,
Leaders in Shoes.
''ANTED-A NVRE CURL
10--M Twcnty-tlrat streel.
7ANTFD JIRL FOR (5ENFR AL HOUSE-
work at 1130 second avenue.
WANTrD BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board ai 2-.'6 Fourth avenue.
7ANTFD A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
II housework. Apply at i:k) Fouith uvc.
WANTED BO RPBRS: GOOD BOARD
and l'.dgint; for 3 a week at 5til Fifth
7"ANTED-MENS WASHINfl. IRONING
V and mendiuy to do at b cents apiece, :)11
WANTED--A RELIABLE GIRL TO BO
cenerul housework by theday. No wash
ing. AddrefH -U M." Artrus
VTANTED-POSITION BY AN EXPEf-
v enced yout - lady nenoxrapher. Ad
dress "X. -T,'' care of A luirs.
WANTED -BY BOY 1 1. WORK ON FA KM
t r clsew here: call at the Grand board
I'.u bouse. 31-'! Twentieth street.
T ASTf D SALESMEN: MINING. TELE
Tl pb'.ne aud other sKicks: winnini; plan;
millions In it. "G. I.," Iowa Cliy. Iowa.
f ANTED TWO GOOD HUSTLERS TO
V sell installment specialties. Salary or
eommiss on. E. W. Cvermire, 1UI3 sccolu
avenue. Rock Island.
WANTED FOR WIDF-AWAKE BOY. UK
l ween 17 tnl IH. place to 1-arn a trade,
or empl 'vment la Mo e or shop. Address
W. R 100. ABc;nsoaioe.
WANTED-MAN AND WIFE WANT TO
f rent two or three roomt suitable for
liiht bouselteepint'. i-o children. Call or ad
diess P. 11. Parsons, at Hess Bros', grocery.
1TAKTF.D- CUSTOMERS. BY COMPJT-
T tent and fashiooable dressmaker, new
ly located in tbe city ut lrt fixteentb
street, Mrs.V. B.Burkhart. I-rices reasonable.
" IfANTED BOARDERS AT 3I2U TWEN
tieth WillKive 14 board und bed at
W.SO: board only at recommendations
(riven by my steady fjoarders. The Grand,
31i'l Twentie h street.
WANTED ONE OR TWO ROOMS FOR
I i I'll ! boilHekiritn'y w ( , 1, n nD!lt. t-
11 V. lOAUUtd IVtVn Tw.ir.h r,.i m-
sixth streets. Address Immediately to "J. U.,'-
vwc Aucn nycra to.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
TTi . i : 1 uati'tip. l.iMl,in.
musical tnsrnimpntu i.,. v.i,i- rirw
if.KKls. furniture, etc. Highest cash price
ij.iiu iur w-conu Diinu jooill ioI all kinds also.
The above Roods for vale at half ibe usual
store prices. AU business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location.
123 Second avenue. Don't forget it. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
OR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
uon s ttore.
OR KENT A NI-E COTTAGE. ENQUIRE
at :inteenta street. . - .
R RENT-TrTREE OFVICB
over 17o0 Third avenue.
FOR" REN" NICE FURNISHED ROOM.
Board if desired. Apply at 7ul a ine aentb
TJV5R RENT FURNISHED FR INT ROOM
X witb alcove and use of batb at Sev
enth avenue. Reference exchanged.
T7V3R RENT T WO FRONT ROOMS. STEAM
J - beat and batb. for liifbt booMkeeping.
I HI 4, over B&uerafeld &. Sexton's laundry. .
FOR RENT ONE FURNISHED ROOM
with steam beat and all modem conven
iences Apply at 116 Second avenue, second
"nOR RENT NINE-ROOM HOl'iE ON
X Twentv-lhird street. Bath room, furnace
and modern convealences. Addrem -M." thii
FOR "RENT-THE STANDARD CLUB
roonxL Suitanle for lodve meetlnirs,
cial ratberlDgs or d.ncing parties. Kent rea
sonable. Steam beat. Kreii 6: Matb.
Is she who iuve.sts in
velvet earpet for her room,
as she has the satisfaction
of knowing that she 4i:is re
ceived the full value of her
money in quality, fast col
ors, style and durability
ftlien she purchases at this
store. Our sale of rug mid
new carpets is in fuil Matt
OR SALE-FIVE HEATING STOVES
W. C. Mauclter.
IriOR SALE TWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS.
' Kiixir-d feet, near C, R. I St P. depot, a
17IOR SALE A FjNE YOUNG HOLSTEIN
cow a-d ca f Api 1 to J. K , feixtveutb
avenue aud Thirty-second street.
L-OR SALli CHEAP. MANTLE AND
Krate. tirate lias not been bred but a few j,
times. Enquire ut Simon & Moscrifelder'H.
FOR SALE AN "-ROOM HOUSE. 4 YEAR'S
old. with city water, sewer and barn, ut
M08 Fifth aud a half uvenue. lmjuire rn prem
ises. tj"OR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
L All kinds of fruit: Kood buildings; near
town. A bargain for Home oue if taken auon.
FOR SALE TWO HALF ACRE IXrTS IN
Webb's sub-division. Sou'b l;oc-U Island.
A bargain If taken at once. Apply to George
F. Kolb, MtiHonio Temple.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
farm near town. Its of fruit. To b
sold cheap to setLlo an estate. Here Is a bar
gain ebeap for cash. .No trade. Gordon it
IjIOR SALE-A tlOOD FAMILY HORSE. 4
. years old. and a gooi travel-r: gentle:
suitable foi" a lady ti ilrive Adilress A M.
Tin Akoith. and the horse will be brought and
IriOR SALE GOAL IN ANY QUANTITY
of 60 buahels or over at S.a0 per ton, de
livered C. o. I), to any pun of the olty. Leave
orders at Oomicnroial hnuse barbershop, Kook
inland, or Enos Jamep, Milan.
FOR SALE CHE P LOTS IN MM AS.
ter's adiUiloti, old baseball grounds. '1'bese
lots wlU be sold from H'rt) upward: small
amount down, balance on long tim-i at A per
cent. Reidy Bros., room 4, MilcheU & Lynde '
tiOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
A : with about (10 different sUdrs, suitable for
filing legal blanks or any description of papers
In flat form to be kept In tbapa for writing.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just tbe
thing for any office with oontraots, eta., to
file. Address H. E. C. care of Thk A kgi;s
"V-ICELY FCRNISHED FRONT ROOMS
... with board, gas. bath, hot water betit,
at 73I Soventeeuth street. Prices reasont. Iile.
rpO LEASE EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. GAS.
X, heat and city water. Apply at 2fH Sev
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL VOItr
gageloanitiyW.il. Kastrn'n. 171-J Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal He
also makes collections -hard ones a specialty.
LU 13 O BOCK ISLAND.
7-- AVtMUl :
do o oo
g 8'J AVtHUt.
Ths most 4 Fairs bit ssetlsn ! the Twin Cities, he
Kllisg nsds4. Amply shaded b larja naaursl Irsea.
awre. waler stains, sidanalks. etc., a (read is.
None but hieh a rasa, swdere aeuass la nughbor
hood. Equalif aeeoaeibte to buainsts conlrre el
botk cibos by Tri-Cit Clsclrte Railwav. Nsa
ugsttasa Collese ssd 7lh Ward Psblia CcfcuI
EatvwalkiRadiaUncs IsC. 8. I. P. dot. ra'da
snd rosnd bouas,alo to U. S. A. c sal sad principaj
Mediae H ctenes.
Tbs aevos lots indicated bt eSa Jitfl H som ilai
ill be sold at vary lew price il takes aeon.
A. II. KOHLEIt,
aeai 3. Pos Qv Bisrs. tlalis. Ut