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THE AKGTJS. riUDAY, BKCEMBER 16, 1S98.
-7'A'VTFr-T'VVn OTt THREE AD MEX
V Evening Mail. Moline.
TTTAirrro-A cook with befesence3
at 1010 SecoDd avenue.
T ANTED HOARDERS. CHOICEBOOMS
and board at t our.o avenue.
TITAXTro-A SMALL SOFT COAI
heater i: ouce. Inquire at AKoLs
TANTED PUPILS WISHfXO TO TAKE
V private- Irwir.s in Oiorme can uo mo oy
enquiring ut iu l-11 in veuu;- auii&.
WANTED HOARDERS: CHOICE RO"M
with eas. bath, hot water he-it. at 735
Seventeenth street. Prices reasonable.
WANTED COMPETENT URL FOR GEN
erai nouswork. Family of three. In
quire of Mr. A. K, Etri, SuPi N.neteentn street,
-TANTED-4 SITL'ATIOV AT WASHING
V .r l-:tniri? bv ft woman of exne-lence
Work dime satisfactorily. Prices reasonable.
Address VJt Fifth street.
-wit lVTVlv-Tf) MAKE FOITY THOT
VV iand hair Kwitf?hes. watch cbains. pin
prid chants for Christina-,: made on short no
tice by L. S. Lewi.-. 1X5 t'irst avenue.
-I XT A VTFI1 CTRf'tTLA R AND S A MPLE
VV distributors: 6 per I.r pay advam-ed;
nnnuuipiu: exnerience unneceirj. Union
Advertising company, Kothschild building,
ANTED-MEV. W ELI A BL. TO TA( K
s Urns, ftaso per week ann expanses.
Steadv work. Send I'loenM for paisiace. sn"
Ile. tic Young Medicine company. 2t3i N.
Colorado street, J"hii:ielphia la.
TA NTKD-COOD SOLICITOUS IN ROCK
v- Maud to tae orders for tne ceienrateu
Sinter sewing machine A N. 1 contract
fiven to ritrht pnrti's. Call on or addres the
Singer Manufacturing company. 417 Harrison
street, Davenport. Iowa.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, blcvcles. clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half th usual
tore prices. A 11 business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
13 Second avenue. Ivm't forget it J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
IPIOR SALE TWO GOOD HUILDINO LOTS.
1 acixIV) feet, near C, K. I & P. depot, a
TT'OR R A LIC TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
-P avenue, one tKGO, the other l.l'iO: paving
paid for. Inquire at 1 Uo Third avenue.
XfOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
J? AU kinds of fruit: good buildings: near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon.
Gordon & Bowman.
InOR SALE TWO HALF ACRE LOTS IN
. Webb's sub-division. Sou'.h I took Inland.
A bargain if taken at once. Apply to George
F. both, Masonic Temple.
FOR SALE A 385-ACRE FARM IN ROCK
Island county: good corn and pasture
land: w'U take part trade. W. Clausseu, Front
and Hi ley street, Davenport, Iowa.
-TTIOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
JC farm near town. I-ois of frjiit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Hare Is a bar
gain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon &
TjXJR salb-ooai. in ant quantity
JU of 60 bushels or over at 12.50 per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial bonne barbershop, Rock
Island, or Enoa James, Milan,
FOR SALE CHE sP LOTS IN MMAS
ter's addition, old baseball grounds. These
lots will be sold from (4iO upward; small
amount down, balance on long time at S per
cent. Keidy Bros., room 4, MitcheU & Lynde
FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with about 0 different slides, sultatle for
filing legal blanks or any description of ?aoers
la Bat form to be kept In shape for writing.
A comprehensive Indez connected. Just the
thing for any office with contracts, etc., to
file. AddreasU. E. C. eare of TBB AHUUS.
Oft RENT A 5-ROOM FLAT OSTHIBD
avenue. Inquire of M K
TOR KENT A HOl'SE OF FIVE ROOMS.
J at 1317 Sixth Avenue. Inquire of J. D.
lveccher. HU Seventeenth street.
T.V1B RFNT-FI-RNISHED ROOMS WITH
t? iMiard. in good location, with hot wa er
heat and bath. Address -20 W," ABi.rfnce.
FOR RENT SIX-ROOM FLAT IN H t RST
bl"ck. Twentieth street. All modern con
veniences t3 per month. E. II. Stafford,
FOR RENT THE STANDARD CLUB
rooms. Suitable for lodge meetings, so
cial gatherings or dnclng parties. Rent rea
sonable, bteam beat. Krell & Math.
r OST-A BUUOY CUSHION AND PLAN
I J ket. Finder kindly leave at ARciCS ofnee.
DRESS MAKING-FIRST CLASS WORK
at reasonable terms. Call 2018 Fourth
rpRANCE AND BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
L magnetic healer now located at MS s xth
street, sjatisfaction guaranteed. ITtvate ana
confident! il letters answered.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H. Eastman. 1712 Sec
.nd avenue, without publicity or removal He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
HELP W A NTED LA Dt S TO MAKE
bandages at home for large surgical
house, fcjwn 10 weekly, fcnelose addressed
stamped envelope for reply. Marsh ail U.,
Brooklyn. N. Y.
ART LESSONS. FOW CHILDREN MON
dav afternoons and Saturdays. hnst
rnas girts and decorations taught and made to
order. Free band and mechanical d.aa - eg.
also designing taught evenings. W ater colors
for le. Paint'ng reoovated Lao"
uplik-new. Miss tf. I'latt, art teacher. Wl
1 PERSONAL THE CELEBRATED LIFE
X re-der and palmist has just closd two
months bus! -e-s at Moline and hs Kcaiel in
this citv at 5U' Fifteenth street. Hours to .
Without tne aid:i any mao. angel. spm' M
devil I read Iron vour band every trouoie.
doubt or fear, hope or despair: I giv names in
full, dates and facts la detail, and never as, a
question. Ladies. So ceats: gentlemen. "
satisfactory, otherwise free. I teach pa mis
try for professional purposes.
Every cough makes
your throat more raw
and irritable. Every
cough congests the lining
membrane of your lungs.
Cease tearing your throat
and lungs in this way.
Put the pans at rest and
give them a chance to
heal. You will need some
help to do this, and you
will hnd it in
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium pavers of the state are main
taining a fund by popular subscription from
which is offered a
Reward of $200
By the undersigned association for the
and conviction of any Incendiary in any of the
PROPERTY OWNERS FIRE ASSOCI ATION.
From the first dose the
quiet and rest begin: the
tickling in the throat
eases; the spasm weak
ens; the cough disap
pears. Do not wait for
pneumonia and con
sumption but cut short
your cold without delay.
Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral Plaster should be
over the lungs of every per
son trouble! with a cough,
Write to the Doctor.
Cnnnnal opportonltlea nd long ex
perience eminently qualify tin for
f1vin you medical advice. M'rlte
realy all the particular in jour case.
Tell what your r-ippnnca ha
been with our c:hrrry rectural. Von
will receive a prompt reply, without
AddreM, DR. J. C. AVER.
Notice of 1'ublir.itlon Chancery.
State of Illinois ) .
Rock Island county.
In th circuit court. January term. IK'S.
Kv Tavlor vs. I 'harles Taylor.
Ailldavit of non-cusideiice of the above de
fendant. Charles Tavlor. havinir Been
tiled In the clerk's otr.ee of the circuit
nipt of saUl couiiiv. nli.:e is- thercftn'e here
by iiven to s:iid tion-rusidetit lefendant that
the comp ainat riled hir nill of conitilaint in
said court. 01 the chancery side thereof, on
the "th day of November. Ihjs. and that there-
UMn a sununons issutul out if iaid court.
wherein said suit Is now peruurnf, rettiniaole
ou the tlrst Moud:ty in the inoutb of January
Den. a is by l;w Tetiuireil. Now. unless
ou. the said non-res tic it defendant above
named. Coarles Taylor, shall personally be
and appear before said circuit court, on
the lirst dav of the next term thereof.
to be hohlea ut ftock Island in and for
the s-id county, ou the ursi Monday in
January next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant s Mil of complaint,
the same asid the matters and tbii.irs therein
charged and slated will he taken aseonfessed,
and a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of saM bill.
t;--fK(; W. ;ambi.e. Clerk.'
Ilrk Island. 111.. Nov. K0. l-vs.
s- i VHi.tuN & 1HUM1ALU Complainant's Soll
cilri. -.. '
I'ublicatlon Notice Chancery.
State of IllinoN.
Rock Island, county. V
In the 1 lreu-t Court. January term. A. D.
ls;iy. in chancery.
Charles t'oppens vs. Melanls Coppens.
Atlidavit f the mm residence of the above
named defendant. Melanis Coppens. bavini;
been tiled in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice is therefore
herey riven to the said mm-resident defend
ant t bat the comp aiuurit tiled his bill of cem
plaiut in said eourt. on the chancerr side
thereof, en the :aih Oavof November. lfl. and
thut therei;M,n a sununons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pendimr. re
turnable on the lirst Monday in the month of
January next, as i by law required. Now.
unless you. the said- non-resident defendant
alNve named. Melanis Coppens. shall
personally he and appear hefore said
circuit court. 01 the t'rs-. dav of the
next term thereof, to he bolden at kock Ishuul
in and for the said county. on the first Monday
in January next, and plead, answer or de
mur to said couiplairuiut 's bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated w ill he taken as confessed,
and a decree entered acainst you accord:nK
to the prayer of said Wii.
;kiK'.k W. Camhi.e. Clerk.
RiH-k Island. Illinois. November HO. A. U IswH.
Jins T. bniWKU, Complainant's Solicitor.
J. a. BKIDT.
Own Tow Horn and Hart it Inturtd.
Insurance and Loans.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde BuHding
D I -.liutment mi. irr IS.
s wIileediiur ant. ItcL
IsWtlcs. ll absorusthetun
ailays the itching at once.
Dr. William' Indian Pile
as a pou.nce. Rives instant re
lief. lr. V,-iliiams'lndianPileO:nt-ment
is prepared for Piles and Itch-
In of l&9 private parts. Every box is
warranted. By dnicfi-w. by ma'l on re-
eei-Dt of nnce. M cents and I.OO. kvil I HC
aUIUFACTUBlliS CO.. iTopa.. cieyelaiid, Ohio.
Sold by M F. Bastaea Oxigghna
DEATHS BY VIOLENCE.
Mine Die on the Rail and Two by
a Wall Collapse at a
SLaS Chicago Fire. .-. 32
FATAL TRAIN WRECK IN FLORIDA.
Cattle on tl, a Tik.-k ltesnlts In Half a
Dolen Corpses Loromotiva in Michi
gan Kuns bowu m Sleigh, Killing Three,
One a Itab in Arxna Three Seriously
Wounded at the Chieago lilaxe Liner
in Distress Other Fatalities.
Jacksonville. Kla.. Dec. 16. A passen
ger train on the Florida Central and
Peninsular railroad was wrecked yes
terday afternoon near Madison, caused
by a collision with cattle on the track,
although the engineer made every ef
fort to stop the train. Six persons were
killed, as follows: E. II. Chandler, en
gineer; James tvans. colored fireman;
John T. Sullivan, of St. Augustine,
attache of the army; Rev. S. H. Cole
man, colored preacher, .of Jacksonville;
John A. Rhoailes. of Pensacolp.. and Al
fred Austin, of Chaires both the latter
fclelgh Run down by a Train. i
Imlay City. Mich.. Dec. 16. A south
bound engine, light, on the Pontiac. Ox
ford and Northern railroad, last night
f-truc-k a sleigh containing five people.
throwing them out. seriously injuring
two and killing three outright. Tha
dead are: Mrs. Thomas Robb, of Lum;
Walter Rol.b. her son. aged 4; Mrs.
John Yerkes" son. aged 12 months. The
wounded are: Mrs. John Yerkes. of
Port Huron: Mr. Dawson, the driver.
The accident occurred four miles north
of here, just at dusk. The party in the
sleish had been visiting and was re
turning home. Dawson, the driver, was
told by one of the party there was no
train lfure 7 p. m..and started to cross
the track. A light engine running
backwards truck the rear end of the
sleigh and the occupants were thrown
high into the air.
TWO KIM.EU AMI TEX WOUNDED.
IEATH OF CAXVI1? BSICH -
la-Secator or the United States mnd Prom
inent in Itailway Circles.
New York, Dec. 16. Former United
States Senator Calvin S. Brice died at
3:13 p. m. yesterday at his residence in
this city of pneumonia. He contractej
a severe ccic cne w?ck ago yesterday.
On Friday last he took to his bed and
on Monday morning his physician said
that penurrxnia had developed. Ev
srythlrg known to meaical g"ience was
-. - i
Wall at a Kire Collapses nnd Catches a
Number of r'ireir en.
Chicago, Doc. 16. The collapse of a
trail during a fire in a livery stable on
Cottage drove avenue last night killed
two firemen and injured ten others. The
dead are: Lieutenant Matthew Meyer
and Patrick O'Herr.e. .Seriously injured
Michael O'Hara and Thomas Dillon,
skulls fractured; Kdward Creuiscuo,
The fire broke out in an abandoned
elevatcr shaft in the rear of the build
ing, and spread with great rapicity.
The fireman had just legun operations
on the side of the building and were in
the act of raisir.g a ladder when the
entire south wall suddenly bulged out.
falling upon the men. burying a num
ber -f them completely. Their m-
rades made desperate efforts to get
them from under the bricks and timbers.
and succeeded alter a short celay, but
by the time they were tes:ued two were
dead and several others may die. Tha
total loss is estimated at $31,00G.
Haifa Dozen People Hurl.
Denver, Dec. 16. The north-bound
pat-senger train on the Oulf road, due
to arrive in Denver at 5 o'clock last
everting, was ditched by a broken rail
i.bout three miles south of Darlea, a
r-mall station twenty-three miles south
of Trinidad, injuring several passengers
ard members of the crew. The injured
are: Conductor Whitney; Fred Bart-
Iptt, mail clerk, back injured; Dr.
North, of Clayton, N. M., body bruises;
W. U. Williams. Nino. I. T.. ankle
sprained; Jose Oarcla, head cut; Mrs.
Jose M'mtoya. Trinidad, side injured;
James Hutchinson, a tramp, stealing a
ride, left leg broken.
Ocean Steamer in Distress.
Sklbbereen. Ireland, Dee. 15. A dis
patch received here from Baltimore.
about seven miles southwest, says that
a steamer, suppostd to bs a trar.s-At-lantie
liner, is In distress off the coast
there. She has be?n throwing distress
signals for some time.
CALVIN 8. Br.ICE.
dene to save him. but he grew steadily
worse. At Krlee's beisile w hen he died
were Mrs. Brice, Captain Stewart M.
Brice, John Frar.eis Brice. Miss Helen
Brice and Mi?s Kate Briee. Another
son. V. K. Brice. is on his way home
from China. B:-ue was delirious for
twenty-four hours before his c".eath.
Calvin S. Brief was l.crn at Denmark,
O.. on Sept. IT. 1S13. his father beinij
Wil'.iam .K. Brice. a Fresby terian min
ister, and hio mother Elizabeth Stewart
Brice. Three years before the civil war
be entered Miami university, but in 1SC1
he enlisted in a university company for
the vitj. Unserved in Weft Virginia
in the Ninety-sixth Ohio infantry. In
1SC3 he was graduated from the univer
sity and after teaching school a few
months he became captain of a com
pany in the One Hundred and Eightlt
Ohio and served to the end of the war.
Ho then went to An Arbor, Mich., law
schocl and aflerwards was admitted to
the bar In Cincinnati.
Illinois Coroners Association.
Springfield. Ills.. Dec. 16. The I! i-
nois Coroners' association was organ
Izcd in this city yesterday. About fifty
coroners were in attendance. Harvey
J. Bailey, of Madison county, was elect
ed president, and M. R. Mamlelbaum
chief deputy coroner of Cook county.
secretary-treasurrr. A bill will bo in
troduccd in the legislature providing
that justices of the peaos shall make a
report of all inquests to the coroner,
and that the latt?r shall have a $5 fee for
filing the records: and that counties of
the first-class sha'.l pay from to $-0
for burials and countits of the seeond
Class from J12 to J20.
Suspected of Foul Murder,
Franklin, Neb.. Dec. 16. The body of
Peter Kreichbaum, the wealthy farmer
who disappeared mysteriously early last
week, was found buried in the hogpen
on his farm, three miles south of this
place. William Cole and James Tun
man are suspected of the muid?r. They
have rived in this county ten years and
have herrtofore been considered good
citizens. The motive for the crime was
robbery. Mr. Kreichbaum having just
disposed of JI.COO worth of hogs.
Fraternized with the Dour.
Havana, Dec. 16. Whiles detachment
of the Second Illinois regiment was at
breakfaft yesterday morning on the
Ban Jose wharf the men invited a de
tachment of the Spanish guard to Join
them. The invitation was declined at
first, but finally accepted, mutual com
p'.iments in passitig the sign of lan
THE MARKETS. .
Chicago Grain and Produce,
Chicago, Dec. 1
Following were the quotations oh the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat open. High. Low.
December .St'i J .'5 $ .64
Three Little Ones Cremated.
Suffolk. Vj., De-. 1C Tom Ridley, ot
Frar.klln, yesterday locked his three
small children indocrs as he went to
work. When he returned there was
nothing left but ashes and the charred
remains of his children, none of whom
was over 9 years oi l.
Seventh Victim of the Tank.
New York, Dec. 16. The seventh vic
tim of the gas tank collapse died last
night in B.'lleviile hospital. He was
Charles A. Wright. 55 years of age. a
wood-chopper in Fuldners table fac
Two Children Burned to Death.
Minneapolis. Dec. 16. The residence
cf Carl Wold, at Halstad, Minn., burned
yesterday and his two children, who
were alone at the time, were cremated-
Gang of I Cobber Captured.
Chicago, Dec. 16. Four men who are
said to constitute an organized gang
which robbed a number of postoffices
throughout Illinois are now locked up
at the Central police station. The pris
oners confessed that they robbed six
postoffices in this vicinity within the
last few months. The men are Harry
Muldoon. alias Meyers; Charles Mas-
ers. Thomas Sheehan, and Joesph
King, alias Kesalnger, all ex-convicts.
Lynching in Kentucky.
Ml-idlesboro. Ky., Dec. 16. Pleas
Ooin. the mountain desperado who
killed Hunt Kesterson and mortally
grounded Fred Burk on Clinch river. In
Lee county. Va., Tuesday, was Wednes
day right pwung to a limb by a mob.
After stringing him up themob stood off
and poured volley after volley into the
Wall Street's Tailor Dead.
New York. Dec. 16. George West,
aged 3 years, who married a sister of
George M. Pullman, the palace car
maker, died Wednesday night at bis
home in th:'a city. West was Wall
Had Friends in Hlh Places.
London. Dec. 16. Christopher Sykes,
the well-known clubman, society lead
er, and Intimate friend of the Prince
9ni PHnrK of Wales, died vestrrdav i .
. . , nor 3ci3 w c.
In hi o ertb year. I fcheepJHa4c
Butter Kxtra creamer
ies. lyiiiyV&e per ,b; extra dairies, 16
17c: fresh packing stock. ll12c. Eggs
Fresh stock. 212 per- dczen. Dressed
Poultry Turkeys. 94illc per lb: chick
en.?, ClfCVic; ducks, 6g7c: geese, 6Si7c
per rb. Potatoes Common to choice,
2S(!?26c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illi
nois. 754J1.50 per bid. Apples Com
mon to fancy. $2.0063.75 per bbl. Cran
berries Wisconsin bell and bugle, I6.C0
Chicago Live Slock.
Chicago, Dec. 15.
Hosrs Estimated receipts frr the day,
4.000"; sales ranged at S2.i'."g3.30 for
pigs, $3.20i 3.35 for light, Jo.-:0f&3.25 for
rough packing. $3.253.40 for mixed,
and $3.3093.421 f"r heavy racking and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day, 6,500; quotations
ranged at $5.70?j6.CO Christmas beeves.
$5.20i5.65 choice to extra steers. $4.55
5.10 good to choice do., Jt.40it4.&5 for
fair to good. $4,006:4.60 common to me
dium do.. $3.85g4.30 butchers' steers.
$3.iJ0i5.15 fed western steers. $2.S04.30
feeding steers. $3.60f5 5.15 fed western
steers. $2.801 4. ZO feeding steers. $2.00
4.00 cows. $2.604.70 heifers. $2.50fi45
bulls, oxen and stagy. $3."Cft4.."0 Tex
steers, and $3..'04i6.75 veal calves. Shetp
and Lambs Estimated receipts for the
day. 8.0C0; quotations ranged at S3.1C&
4 25 westerns. $2.E0Jj4.35 natives, and
' Slilwankee Grain. '
Milwaukee. Dec. 15.
"vYl.fat c higher; No. 1 northern.
64i er5c. Oats Steadv; 252Sc. Rye
Steady: No. 1, E4Hc." Barley Weak
er: No. 48Hc: Hitiole. 234c.
Co n New. 2&31c: old, 31&35C
Hay tfi.fr i.or, wild, t7&&.
Potatoes New. 35c.
Butter Fair to choice, 18c; fresh creamery,
Fir irs COc
Chicken Spring. 6e per pound.
Ducks c per pound.
Turkeys Alive. e per pound.
Coal Soft. bc.
Cattle Butcher Dav in, fet sre,si
4Heft5c; cows and heifers, Siic&Jc; Calves,
Hat a on l!ic Gentler Se.
There is much of the slave and tLs
tyrant hidden in the natnro cf woman.
Thus woman is not yet capablo ot
friendship, but oiily of love.
Ia tho lova cf woman is injestien and
blindness to all that she does not love.
Thi ro aro two things a trao man
likes danger and play. Uo likes wom
an b - UU.S.' eho is tha most dangerous cf
A e:uu thncM ba reared for tho voca
tion cf a v.-arrior; a woman fcr tho reo
reatinucf th-j wurrior. Ail dsn is rub
bish. A vton:a'.ia priaciplocf lienor i 4 to
lovo uoro thaa sha is lovtsd, so C3 net
to be second.
La nny ti--;o where lovo or liato 13
not at tta-j wemeu flay a mediocre
part. . . ,
All women behind their personal
vanity cherish ait impersonal contempt
A? a rultt, a mother lores herself ia
her sou more than the sli himself.
'Hid chief danger that besets artists
cf fc-iiius lies iu womin. Tho worship
ing: woman is their' rain.' Ilardly oac
has ciiararter etuingh to resist his rniu
wijiii ho Cutis LirnscOf treated liku a
potl. XJ-ta is actiward ia face of tho
ewiiw-tj Liiiche, and uoono koov.-s it
Vs'ciato iuttaigo in litcralsr Ob the y
ccmiMt a liryo; tin, planciug rocud to
setv if auy;-o,. is - looking i. e., to at
tract ' attention. Ileary Kietischo iu
National liitse ISall Lrajus.
Ncti- York, I t-c. 16. The base ball
mapnatc-s at their meeting yesterday
rc-f'-ried the rr.atter i.f discijiline
players fcr rowdy conduct on the field
to Inrush, Hart and S?oden. to report, at
the ne xt meeting. The boards of direc
tors and arbitration were elected. The
transfer of the Buffalo club from the
Kiftern to the Western league tvas
Tin I, ate Trust k-Iecls O Ulcers.
Chicago, Deo. 16. At a meeting: of the
stockholders of the American Tin Plate
company yesterday the following offi
cer? were elec ted: President. Daniel O.
Rc-H; s-cretary, William F. Dutton.
Richard K. Quay, son of Senator Quay,
was placed on the board of directors.
Spain to I'uy Cuban Interest.
Madrid, Dec. 16. The Spanish rov-
crnnn-nt has asre-ed to ray the January
coupon on the Cui.i;i debt.
Overcome evil with good. Over
come your coughs and colds with One
Minute Cough Cure. It is good. Chil
dren cry for it. It cures croup, bron
chitis, 'pneumonia, grippe and all
throat and lung diseases. T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Kiess and M F. Bahn
IsF v. s U
Eon't Tobacro Spit and Smoke Toar life Away.
To quit tobacca easily and forever, be maf
netic. full of life nerve and vigor, take No-To-Bac,
tha wonder-worker, t'aat makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or SI. Cure guaran
teed Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Itemed? Co.. Chicago or New York.
We Are Busy
All the Time
Now is the time to hare youi
walls freshened With bright. v
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so quickly
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
810. 2 IS, S14 TWENTIETH ST
JOHN H. FAKIDON.
BKNET A. PARIPON
PAIIDON & SON,
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hungers, Calclmlners, Etc.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St. Rock Island.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
The World's Greatest Tonic,
Ed Kautz, Richelieu Saloon.
William Catton, White Seal Saloon.
Gus Stengel, Bismarck Saloon.
William J. Dressen, 2d avenue be
tween iSth and 19th streets.
Lother Harms, 18th street and 1st
Ed Murrin, 21st street and 4th ave
Herman Schwecke, 20th street be
tween 3d and 4th avenues.
Gus Sehnert, 5th street and 3d ave
nue. H. Kirdorf, 10th street and 3d avenue.
James Given, Market square.
George Schafer, 2d avenue between
16m and 17th streets.
Ferd Gross, 20th street between 1st
and 2d avenues.
Fred Musfeldt, 24th street and 5th
Otto Patting, Casino saloon.
M. McKinney, 5C0 46th street.
S. Pearson, Club saloon.
Emil Thonn, 26th street and 5th avenue.
John Joers, opposite C., R. I. & P.
A. C. Hanson, 5th avenue and 46th
Joseph Dietz, 18th street and 4th
Ernst Lefiler, 4th street and 4th ave
nue. Louis Laeske, Opera House saloon.
Joseph Huber, Moline avenue.
Thomas Greehey, Moline avenue.
Peter Auers, 24th street and 4th ave
nue. Claus Franck, 17th street and 4th
H. Van Hecke, 17th street and 4th
Nelson & Session, 16th street and 4th
P. Phaff,' 17th street and 7th avenue.
H. Holdorf, 1 2th street and 7th ave
nue. E. Thierman, 2524 Fifth avenue.
A. Wehling, 12th street and 8th ave
nue. C. C. Krofger, 4th street and 4th
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