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THE AHGUS. THUHSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.
ANTED-TWOIilRLS AT DAN S UF.-S-
tauraot. 1JI3 Secoaa avenue
4NTI.-IV-AT ONCR A CHAMIiEK
ruaid. Apply at Harper boue.
ANTI-A COMPETKNT COOK AND
two Kl is at 1-V Second arenue.
WAfTEU-BUARDKRS. CHOICE ROOMS
and boaru at JGo rourta
TASTED- A TOR (iENERAl
bouse work at rouria veouc.
AXTE-A CESTLKMAN BO RDER IX
private Imuy a ikh uiu arcuuc
at KirUman a resiauiani, r uui
. ...r-t.-ni WT'VV! VT'BliP finf. IK
WAi i r.u w . . v . - - . . . - -
quire of Mr T. A. Murphy. 7 f2m
1TASTEt) -A OOOI GIRL. FOR GENERAL,
11 housework. Apply at 7; tJKnteentn
VTt a KTi n f.IHT. FOR GENERAL. HOI.'SK
W work. Inquire at VSt Twenty-second
WANTED GOOD GIRL. FOR HOirSK
work in family of turee at 1104 First
rANTF.l-K.VKRIKN( F.U WAITER AT
V V St- Julian luneli room, FlKhteeutn street
at:tl Second avenue.
-1 T ANTEIV-CIR . FOR GEXER L HOUS J
VV work in family ot two. Apply to J. VV .
Ferris, jeweler at McCabe's.
TANTFJJ A GIRL, FOR WASHW!
VV dishes at the Crown restaurant, l.l't
Second avenue. c;ood wages.
WANTED TWO FITLLV FURNISHED
rooms for l!rbt housekeeping-. oung
couple. Addres 1J ." Abgcs
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR ROCK is
land and Moline. Good pavinif business
to right party. Call at 31S Twentieth street
WA NT ED GOOD. R EIJ A BLE OIL. S A LES
man. on commbwioa orsalary. Address
Quaker OU and Implementcompany, Cleveland,
"1 r ANTED A LADY OK GENTLEMAN
VV i hci at uirnt In this city for an east
ern medical bouse. -Apply at 311-' Flf lb avenue.
G. VV. Warren.
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
aoUcltors for Kock Island. Permanent
positions. Mi Mitchell & Lynda building, be
tween 6 and 9 p. m.
7 ANTED TO KENT --SMALL HOUSEOK
VV cotiaye with all u.d-ru improvements.
Two in fniily Address "L.." A Kuirs office.
y inn full particulars.
irANTKD-R KM AND HOARD IN A
VV private family by a man and wife, not
over e tflit blocks from Spencer square. Ad
dress H S?. A tti.L's oltlce.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance; one who ean de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M.." Ahucs.
-' A NT F.I ) TO RENT. AT ONCE. A NICE
rt or 7 room house within 1" blocks of
Spencer viuare. W ill make a year lease. In
quire of H. W. Ward, care Adams Wall paper
"t 1 TANTED A LADY STENOGRAPHER
V V and bookkeeper for Rock Island Regalia
C'-mpanv. Must come recommended. Apply
personally at Kock Island Regalia company's
ottlce, 1M7 Second avenue.
fANTKD HOARDERS. NICELY Ft'II
VV uisbed rooms centrslly located. Mixlern
Conveniences and (food home cooking. Arse
nal employes taken and excellent lunches put
up at 141 ! Fourth avenue.
ANTED IfON EST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for large Louse. Salary r5
monthly and expenses with Increase. Position
permanent. Enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 300 C ax ton building,
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produces 10O-candle power light;
all stores want them: good Inducements to re
liable salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Mansfield, Ohio.
WANTED SOT) MEN TO BRING TI1E1K
shirt, collars and cuffs, and 1K women
to send us their family washing at our special
contract rates. All work guaranteed. Give
us your address by phone 4-l. we will do the
rest. Excel-lor Laundry eompauy, 114 East
Seventeenth street. Kock island
"ITT ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
VV monds, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
123 Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1847.
IOiOrTmCNTTWO ROOMS FURNISHED
complete for light housekeeping at
-1IOH KENT A FURNISHED ROOM SFIT
J? able for one or two gentlemen. USON Firth-and-a
TjlOR RENT-NICEI Y FCRNISHED ROOM.
JC S per month, at It! I Twenty-second street
between Fifth and Mxtb avenues.
TiTOR KENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT ll5
X? Seventeenth street: suitable for ladieior
gentleman: inves'lgats. H Kedeker.
I' 7K3R RENT-DESK KOOM IN OFFICE AlV
' vautaeouslv situated Apply to E. J.
Hums, room 12, Mitchell & Lynde building.
TjHR RENT FURNISHED R K)MS FOR
Jj light housekeeping, two on ground floor
and one up stairs. Inquire at l'l Third avenue.
-TTIOH KENT SMALL STORE. IN GO.D
Jt? location, suitable for dressmaker, mil
liner o' watchmaker. Kent V Apply at 1110
1rOU RENT -rt-ROOM IIOCSV WITH V.
' ter ucd sewerage, at Twenty-tlrst
street. Apply at city clerks office. Mrs.
-TTKJR RENT HOI TS EON THIRTY-SECOND
JU street and Fifteenth avenue. Inquire of
Victor Brandmeier. Sixteenth avenue and
T7K)R RENT AT 12S SECOND AVENUE,
J? large rooms, well furnished: gas, bath,
team beat. A first-class hnme table Best
location In the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue. "
IOR KPNT THE HOMESTE D OF THE
1 late Gilpin Moore. No. 3V Fifth avenue,
will be for rent May 10 Large, mixleru house
wiih ail conveniences and steam beat, tour
acres in lawn a-d grounds Inquiry may be
mndeof theexecutreses. Mri.Jeunie B Moore.
Fifth avenue, or Mrs. Adah L. Martin, Slfl
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEN"iiTn1N ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security. W. L. Coyne.
Seventeenth street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H Eaatman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publltv or removal. He
also makes eollecilona bard ones a specialty.
1ERSONAL YOI'NG LADY OF MEANS
could be kin! a busoand. neb or poor, who U
For Drunkenne-w aod
4 Wot (..
Acts gently on the
C . rANSE5 THE 5YSTEM
OVERCOMES i rrrrZ C -T
bvt tmc GtNviNt - m am'f o fty
(AUf?RiNIA TG SYRVP(-
rot Muertuent&n pckx ot Ricarnc
AND 11EALIN; CI UK
Easy and plwant to
Contains no in
It is quickly ab
CHv-s relitf at once
It opens nnd cleanse3 the Nasal Passages,
Allays infldniDjatiou, Heals and Protects
the Membrane, lie-stores the Senses of Taste
and Smell. Jrte Sizp r0 cunts at Urolo
gists or by mail. Trial Size 10 ctnts by mail
ELY llHOTHK.KS. 64 Warren St. New York
COLD 'At HEAD
lOR S A I.E -ON E H E V Y TEAM. HA R
-1 iii-ss -.mil w:iiroo. :it C. HaiisL-cn's. rear of
wl and Twentieth street.
T7OR SALE LOTS IN HEIUKMANN'S AI
A' tli I ion on eiisy terms. A pply at lleiueminn
Si Sciirocder's. sui Ninth avenue.
T7KJR SALE; ROOM HOI'S E AND TWO
JL' lots. Also ?Mtl mm. Irapes, fruit und
t-liade trees on premises. Inquire A KtL's office.
IOR SAI.E-FIKST-f'LASS PIANO. IUR-
Kiiu, If t:iken at once. Apply Mrs. Frauk
Sherman, three doors west of El in street on
I.IOR SALE A ' RADIANT HOME" CCOK
stove. New Home setvini; machine und
nil other household furniture, dishes, etc.. at
.s Seventh avenue.
XOU Sl LE-COtlD hi;h MUILDIX.J IOT
U on Nioe'cenih street between KJeventh
and Twelfth avenues. Will he sold at a bartcain
if taken at once. Address "B. W.." A Rots office.
IOR SALE-MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
lot HCxl.YJ. nine rooms, bath Dom and
laundry. between h leventh andTwelf th streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
FOR SALE LOTS IN Mr ENIRY S AI
dlllon by K J. Burns, room li, Mitchell &.
Lynde bulldicK. These lots are on sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eiifbth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
s'-reet street car lines. Terms to suit pur-chaser.
IOR SALF.-ATA MARti AIN. SEVERAL
. almost new bicvcles. a tenuine Sintfcr
swintr ruachlne. a In.) volume library, at from
i' cents a volume to fc?. a monk' which are a
full set of Adam C'lj-k's Commentaries. Rid
path's Histor of the World. Chamber's En
cyclopedia, eikrht volumes. Also several rold
watches. Estm;in& Co.. f T 1 -J 4 Second aven
ue oillce open MonUay. Wednesday .atnr Sat
urday evenings. .
1S YCH IC-CLAIR VOY ANT L O C A T K D
for a short time at M? Fourth avenue.
Absolutely correct in business, love and mar
riage affairs. Consult her and save time and
w orry and money.
7KR SAT.K COAL IN ANY QUANITY
X? of ftO bushels or over at iZ.'b per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
shop. Roc J Island, or Enos James. Milan
IF YOU WANT TO RUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything, enuas-e help or secure a
situation, the Mall Is the one paper in Mollce
that can do it for you. Mail wants are popu
lar ar.d Mail wants bring results Oae-balf cent
per word is tbe price to ail alike cash In ad
vance. Z-cent stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mall, Moline, lit
FINE ARTS-LESSONS GIVFN IN OIL
pastel, water col r and ch'na p lictinxs
c-ayon and psiel portraits, at my studi i over
Adams all i'ap-r company on iwenuetn
street between TrMrd und Fourth avenne .
Three hour lesson nOcents Hours W to 12 and
I to 4 Ordeis taken for all kinds of art work
Isabel Simmon. .
LOST AND FOUND.
rOST A LITTLE HI.Ai'K AND TAN
J niDaoih doe March Finder will be re
paid for pending the dog to Milan on street car
to Hrnry v on acd.
SesLDining Car. Service.
THE SHOTS AT WALES
Attempt on the Prince's Life by
'Foolish 16-Year.Old Boy
rSTEJTDED VICTIM'S CLOSE CALL.
Who Regs Later That He May Not Be
Treated Too Severely Belgians General
ly, Including Anarchlkta. Denounce the
Crime. Which. Had Its Origin. Apparent
ly, in Sympathy for the Buera Princess
and Prince Sitting Together When the
Loudon. April 5. The Daily Mail has
the rollowiujj from Hloemfontein,
dated April : Colonel I'orter, with
uliifty carbineers anl Soots dreys and
two gnus, performed, a hrilliaut deed
Sunday. He charged a large body of
I?ot;rs and rescued ninety odd British
prisoners. Including eleven officers who
were captured the previous day. There
were no casualties on the British side."
Brussels, April 4. An assassin tried
to kill the l'rlnce of Wales yesterday
as a train ou which he was ou board
was leaving the Northern station here.
The assassin sprang to the foot-board
and fired through the window- of the
prince's carriage point blank at the
prince, who was sitting with the
princess. The royal couple was en
route to Copenhagen to attend the
celebration of the birthday of the king
of Denmark, the princess father. This
is the first time any one has attempted
to kill the Prince of Wales.
Assassin Was a Mere Boy.
The would-be assassin is a tinsmith
named Sipide. a resident of Brussels,
miKCE OF WALKS' KKW GREEK HAT.
10 yiars of age. His pockets were
found to be full of anarchist literature.
Ho tirod two shots at the prince. When
examined by the station officials Sipide
declared he intended to kill the Prince
of Wall's; that he did not regret his
action, and that he was ready to do it
again if given a chance to do so. He
subsequently said he wanted to kill the
Prince r Wales "because lie caused
thousands of men to be slaughtered in
South Africa." Hearing the shots the
statioumaster rushedto the scene and
knocked down the would-be assassin s
arm as he prepared to fire a third shot.
iiud a number of persons threw them
selves on the prince's assailant.
Two of Ills Cartridges Failed.
An examination of Sipido's revolver
showed that four chambers had been
discharged, but that two of the car
tridges had missed tire. The weapon
is of the cheapest six-chambered de
scription, such as is usually sold her
for 3V francs. Sipido has a round.
boyish face, black eyes and dark hair.
At th- examination before the magis
trate it was ascertained that he had
purchased a penny ticket in order to
rench the departure platform, where
he; walked up and down quite a while
:it the same time the prince was
promenading. The Prince of Wales
appeared quite unaffected by tie inci
dent. He begged that the culprit might
not be treated too severely.
Belgian Denounce the Crime.
The attack is condemned even at thf
Ialior headquarters here and at the
Malson du Peuple, where the extreme
anarchists meet. The Journal de
Bruxeiion says: "This outrage will
provoke the indignation of all honest
people in every civilized country, and
especially Belgium. We stigmatize it
as the crime of a youth of disordered
brain. We deeply regret that it was
committed in Belgium, and we con
gratulate the J'liv.up. .f-Wales uuon his
Chicago. III., Sept. 8, 1899.
The Dodds Medicine Co Buffalo. N. Y.
Gentlemen: I Buffered from Rheumatism and
Kidney Trouble for years. My condition grew
gradually worse, in spite of my efforts to !m
prore it, and finally I became totally blind. I
consulted different physicians, but none of them
eauld cure me. fly case seemed to be hopeless.
My physician advised me to try Dodd's Kid
ney Pills. I used the pills, and am now glad
to say that I am cured, fly eyesight Is restored,
the Rheumatism has disappeared, and my kid
neys appear to be In as good and healthy Condi
tion as before t v.-as attacked with tbe disease.
n as well crery way as I ever was.
Dodd's Kidner Pills cure all
diseases of the Kidneys.
Sold tT all dealers in medi
cine. SO cents a box or aiz boxes
for $2-50. Sent on receipt of
price bi The Dodds Jjedjcaae
Col, Bo Halo, N. y.
fortunate escape from the bill let oT a
UCEITX VICTORIA'S RECEPTION".
Irishmen of All Kinds Tie In Bidding- Her
Weleome to Dublin.
Dublin. April 5. The Duke of Aber
corn, premier of Ireland, who. with the
rest of the castle party went to the
vice regal lodge after the royal ar
rival in Dublin and wrote his name in
the visigng book, said to the corre
spondent of the Associated Press: "It
Is the most wonderful, chivalrous and
spontaneous exhibition I have ever
seen, and I am immensely proud of be
Ing an Irishman. Neither the weather
nor the crowds could be more prow
tious. The demonstrations show despite
all political differences that Ireland is
a loyal portion of the empire." These
sentimeuts are echoed by all the Irish
nobility who are gathered in Dublin
In numbers never before seen.
This was apropos of Queen Victoria's
reception by the Irish people as she
landed and took her way to Dublin
town yesterday. Before landiug he
queen. who looked remarkably well.
asked for a bunch or snamrocKs. xney
were secured, and throughout the day
she wore them Diuied upon her breast.
From the pier at Kingstown t the
royal residence in Phoeuix park the
distance is about nine miles. Crowds
lined tbe entire distance. ut there -was
practically no disturbance, the police
and military preserving perfect oraer
with less effort than would have been
necessary in London. Thanks to brisk
wind and sunshine the forests of bunt
ing had regained fneshness after Tues
day's soaking, and one could real
ize that the lioast of the Dublin people
that their decora tidns surpassed those
of the jubilee in London was not with
A most interesting ceremony took
place at the city limits, where an an
cient gate and castle towers had been
reproduced for the occasion. Ou the
city side of the gate were the lord
mayor and council in their scarlet
robes, the mace-bearers in blue and sil
ver, and several hundred of the best
known Irishmen who were provided
with seats on stands. The Koyal Innis
killing fusiliers lined the road as a
guard of honor, while behind them
were cordons of police, lancers aud
Thousands of spectators eagerly
awaited the coming of the queeu.
Shortly lefore her arrival the pur-
suivaut-at-arms, wearing a gorgeous
cape of royal heraldry, scalloped up to
the lord mayor and asked permission
for the entrance of the queen. Uraye
ly, and in quaintly worded terms of
courtesy, the lord mayor granted the
request. Back galloped the pursuivant-
at-arms. the gate banging behind him
The whole scene was a counterpart cf
a sixteenth century play.
Then from the ramparts of the gate
came a fanfare of truiuiets. The queen
was in sight. Out uiou a scarier
cloth, laid Iialeiglulike upon the mud'
dv road, steuped the lord mayor and
the corporation, their robes glowing
in the bright sunshine and their wands
and maces flashing brilliantly. The
gate creaked open. The Karl of Den
bigh rode through, and then came the
Life Guards. Ireland had not seen
Fife (Juards for over thirty years, and
many were th curious comments made
as they galloped past. Behind them
were carriages containing the home
secretary. Sir Matthew White-Bidley;
the Duchess of Connaught and her
daughters, accompanied by members
of the court and attended by mounted
equerries, and then more Life tJuards.
Finally, amid almost perfect silence
save for the echo of cheers and cries
of '"(Jod save the aueeii,' from out
side the city limits, came the queen
herself. Opposite her in the carriage
sat Princess Christian and Princess
Henry of Battenberg.
The moment her majesty passed the
gat a enthusiasm broke loose. Bands
struck up, men cheered and sang ban1
headed, and the women waved their
handkerchiefs and struggled to get a
better view, many of them even weep
ing. And It was this sort of scene all
the way to the vice regal lodge in
Phoenix Park.' Her majesty was de
lighted with the reception and kept
nodding right and let and smiling at
the cheering crowds all the way. She
was not informed of the attack on the
Prince of Wales until today.
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chemist. Kid-ne-oids act gently,
thoroughly, quickly and directly on
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row's Kid-ne-oids,' but after taking
them relief came suddenly and I can
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suffering from a weak back, which is
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When the kidnevs are sluggish and
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dication that something is wrong.
Do not let a slight backache or pain
in the region of the kidneys go un
heeded. A few doses of Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids will remove the backache
in a very short time, and a conrse of
treatment with Kid-ne-oids for about
two weeks is usually sufficient to
cure a bad case of kidney complaint.
Kid-ne-oids are not pills, but venow
tablets, which is a scientific form of
perparing medicine. They cure all
kidney ailments. They are put up in
wooden boxes, which contain enough
for about two weeks' treatment and
sell at 50c at all drug stores.
Descriptive booklet mailed upon
request bv John Morrow & Co.,
Chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
Lavlnia IT. Denrpsev. of Xew Yorfc.
Qaeen of th Holland Dames," Iuj
been held lor grand larceny, .
Woleott and I.odre Make I'p Some War
fn the Houw,
Washington. April 5. Peace was re
stored in the senate yesterday before
the body convened and during the pro
ceedings of the session there was only
a reminder of the harsh language used
just before adjournment Tuesday. The
session opened with a lively aud inter
esting discussion of the status of the
Quay case, in the course of which Wol
eott apologized fi.fr the language he had
used, and Lodge said he had never
taken offense, believing noue was in
tended. There was auother sort of scene In
the house as flie climax of a discus
sion of the Kentucky situation, when
Wheeler, a Kentucky Democrat, and
Pugh. a Kentucky Republican, faced
each other from opposite sides of the
main aisle and indulged iu a wordy
duel. Pugh charged Wheeler with
misrepresenting cwtifin facts. He was
laboring under great excitement.
Wheeler was quick to resent the fancied
iisult, but awaited the explanation of
Pugh in which he disclaimed any in
teution of imputing to him personally
a desire to distort tlu facts. The de
bate was precipitated by a speevh of
Boreing. Republican, from Kentucky.
It was the first time the subject had
been broached in the house and in
tense interest was manifested. Wheel
er defended the (Joebel law and Bore
ing and Pugh denounced it. Lacey of
Iowa concluded the debate with a gen
eral denunciation of the Goebel elec
Routine Work of Conjrrpsn.
Washington. April ."i. Auotherprom
lein in insular legislation was presented
to the senate yesterday in the shape of
a petition from Cuba praying that a
law be pasted to prohibit the use of
the United States military to prevent
the lauding of a competitive cable on
that island. Much time was devoted
to the question when to take up tlu
Quay case without action. The Abis-
kan code bill was debated and eighty
oue pension bills were passed.
The house ostensibly had the Ha
waiian bill under consideration but ir
discussed pretty much every issue m
deck, including the Kentucky row.
Nothing was done.
Gave His Honor to His Mother. "
London. April .". It is related that
just befoi-e Lady Roberts left, the queen
on the departing for South Africa, her
majesty handed Lady Roberts a liitlc
package with the injunction not to
open it until she had returned home.
The wife of the British general fol
lowed the instructions and when she
removed the wrapping paper found
that she had been presented with ilie
Victoria cross won by her son, who
lost his life while trying to save the
cannons at Colenso.
In all contentions between wit and
violence, prudence and rudeness, learn
ing and the s-word, the strong hand
took it first, and the strong head pos
sessed it last.
i iBEHSl IS
CcUls ara easily taken and often de
velop into bronchitis or consumption.
You should cure a cold promptly with
Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup.
This celebrated remedy is most efil
oient and will cure a cold at once.
Promptly cures Stubborn Colds.
Doses are small onl pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Trice 25 cts. At all druggists.
similating thcTood and Regula
ting th .Stomachs find ItawrU cf
OpiunLMorpbine nor Mineral.
KOT NAUC OTIC.
fihrm SceJ -flitrittd
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Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
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Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. 13y modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work Is the best
that is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
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if are astonished to hear n'il VCllMj WKX K7 7'? Pine-Tar-Honey. T.,
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f Druggist, ; . "?f 4 "v r
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consequently tne most cosuv coun meoicine on me market.
, DELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY you get as
bottle and more doses tor 25 cents than you do c
any otner, cut tne drug-gist's protit is less.
Therefore some druggists are cunningly persuading
meir customers 10 cuv inai wmcn 10
them means greater profit.
DON'T YOU DO IT. DEMAND
rs PINE-TAR-HONEY and lake no suDstltuts
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