Newspaper Page Text
THE AEGUS, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20, 1900.
Published Dally and Weekly a 14 Beeood
Avenue, Bock Island. HL Entered M Uie
Poetoffic m Second-class matter.
MAMM OF . W. fORKX.
TERMS Daily, 10 eenu per week. Weekly,
l.M per wnnm In tdruea.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religions, moat
bare real name attached for publication. No
ueh article will be printed orer fictitious Blg
natures. Correspondence solicited from every town
hip In Bock Island county.
Wednesday, June 20.
State's Attorney S. R. KENWORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner........ J. II LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F. McSABXEY
The chaplain at the executive man
sion in Springfield no longer prays for
the success of the republican state
l he closing ox the lactones means
a new kind of prosperity which will
be known hereafter as McKinley pros
Thk attempt to split up China may
produce a division amonp; the Luro
ropean nations disastrous to the Cau
Wiiks' candidates for minor oflices
on the republican state ticket make
speeches they do not quote the candi
date for governor.
The democratic state convention,
which will assemble at Springfield
next Tuesday, will be attended by
1,204 delegates, Ms of whom come
from Cook county.
Imikkiai.ism is really unpopular
with the rank and hie of the republi
can party. It is popular with the
bosses, however, and the masses will
have to swallow it or vote for Bryan.
The administration seems to long
for Lonj; for the vicepresidency
Regardless of how tnis may result it
will be a ca9e of long for long for the
presidency after the Philadelphia con
vention is over.
Thk farmer can now realize the po
tency of monopoly. John D. Rocke
feller, Jr.. tied up 41 vessels to prevent
a slump in the price ot iron ana as
a result of the lack of transportation
facilities farmers are getting less for
The Tanner - Loruner - Jamieson
forces at Philadelphia finally at
tempted to make the lest of a bad
situation at Philadelphia by accept
ing the selection of Graeme btewart,
ns national committeeman, without
making a rough house in consequence
The announcement is sent out from
Philadelphia to the administration
press, that Mark Hanna is master of
the situation. With the papers so
jammed with convention material
otherwise, the object of including su
peruuous observations is not just
Chairman Jones, of the democratic
national commitice. has made the
announcement that the temporary
chairman of the Kansas City conven
tion will probably be Gov. Charles b.
Thomas, of Colorado. Other candi
dates under consideration are Mayor
Kose, of Milwaukee; Congressman
James T. Richardson, of Tennessee,
and John Atwood, of Kansas.
Fkf.p Kowe and Walter Fieldhouse,
the chairman and secretary of the
republican state central committee,
are being freely roasted from Calu
met to Cairo. It is said to be rather
hard on veterans like Joe Cannon, Joe
Fifer or Dave Littler to have to cool
their heels in the ante-room awaiting
introduction to campaign managers
who never saw a campaign before.
The Other Ureat Coaventloa.
In sharp contrast to the bickering
and dissension in the republican
ranks is the unifying of forces which
goes steadily on in the democratic
ranks. The eyes of the country are
turned to the democratic national con
vention at Kansas City. Not in a
quarter of a century have the issues
been so momentous and fundamental.
If not a new declaration .of indepen
dence, the platform wi'.l at least be an
affirmation that the original one still
applies and that the honest and serious-minded
citizens of this country
propose to restore the government to
its original principles. The people
feel that in this campaign democracy
stands for something greater and bet
ter than any partisan issue. It will
show that the courageous spirit which
animated the party in the last cam
paign is still there and ready to meet
the new issues with courage and in
telligence. WmM Ha Kcgretts-d .
The trouble in China i certain to
have a bearing upon Ar trican poli
tics. It has been the Intention for
several years of the greit powers of
Kurone to overturn the existing form
of government in China and to divide
that empire among themselves. An
excuse for the immediate execution of
this project has been furnished by a
fanatical outbreak by a secret society
called the Boxers, wnose attacks upon
foreigners, and especially upon chris
tian missionaries in that country
hare made it necessary for the west-
era powers, including the United !
States, to land troops for the protec
tion of their people. If the project is
carried out the participation by this
government in the present movement
may carry us into the final deal for
the partition of the Chinese empire.
This condition is to be deplored, for
the possession of Asiatic territory
peopled with a Mongolian population
has been shown to be bad for us
through our experience in the Philip
pines. The record of the present ad
ministration shows that it will gladly
go into the land robbery proposed by
European nations, and furnishes addi
tional reasons for changing the ad
ministration as soon as possible.
Joslin, June 20. We are much in
need of a good rain.
Mrs. Jessie Nicholson is improving
Roy Dailey has arrived home from
Messrs. Ed and Tom Tobin
dayed in (Jeneseo.
Miss Amanda Nold went to
Byron Wednesday last.
Miss Eva Imel, of Erie, has
visiting Flora Tinsman for a week.
Miss Lillie Crompton, of Port
Byron, visited Friday and Saturday
Mrs. Keuhl and children, of Milan,
have been visiting relatives in this
Mrs. Fitgibbon and daughter Sun
dajed with Mr. and Mrs. John Coeley,
Mrs. Gregory Brown, of Osborne, is
still very sick. She has not been able
to sit up since February.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Cowley and son
Ralph, of Moline, are visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. James Donaboo.
Children's day was observed at
Zuma. A large crowd was present
and an interesting program rendered.
Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie and daughter
Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Wainwrigbt and family.
Gus Schindler and niece, of Daven
port, came up to Joslin Saturday
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Buck
ley. Miss Cora David, of Port Byrou,
who has been visiting relatives in this
locality, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. V,'. E. Donahey enter
tained Mrs. Donahey and daughter
Grace for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nold attended
the funeral services of Mrs. Nold's
sister Mrs. Constance Mulack, who
died in Denver early Friday mornin
and was interred in Rock Island
A team belonging to James Dona
hoo, driven by his sons, became
frightened near Mr. White's place and
after running a short distance, a line
broke. They then guided the horses
with one line
into a hedre fence and
thns saved themselves. The
was damaged some.
Parents and neighbors and others
who attended the literary program
given by Miss Maude Crompton and
her pupils in district Nc. 5 were very
much pleased and entertained. The
whole program was richly enjoved
especially the elocutionary drill by
the advanced class
Bowling, June 20. Guy Hodson
of Cable, has moved his family here
The strawberry crop was light.
Robert Hutchinson went to Rock Isl
Mrs. Ed. Daxon went to Rock Isl
Quite a number of relatives from
Cable and Sherrard surprised Mrs. C
B. Ellis at her home Sunday to cele
brate her 36th birthday.
Miss Pearl Derrick celebrated her
12th birthday Thursday. About 15
friends and relatives were present
Ice cream and cake wcro served.
Card on the Cara.
"Cams are not piayea as mucn on
the cars as they usod to be," said the
commercial traveler. "A few years
ago it was a common sight to see three
or four games, whist, euchre, poker or
seven tip, jroinjr on In a car, and wher
ever four or five drummers were path
ereu together .there was sure to le a
lively game of draw in progress. Sub
urban trains were turned into whist
clubs, and morning and night the com
muters were engaged in a rubber.
"But all this lias been changed. Now
adays it is the hardest thing in the
world to get up a game of any kind lo a
train. Ask a stranger if lie would like
to take a hand at whist or e,uchre, and
be will freezo you with a suspicious
look. And. what is worse, be is entire
ly justified In bis suspicions.
"In the last ten years the railroads of
this country have been the harvest for
gamblers, bnnko men and short card
experts. They Iinve -worked the field to
the limit, from New York to California
and from Vermont to Florida. They
have worked p. II kinds of flimflam
games, until now it is almost irapossi
ble for a man to flash a deck of cards
In the smoking compartment of a Pull
man without the atmosphere growing a
dozen degrees colder. A man who has
been bitten once doesn't care to have
the experience repeated. Rochester
Comes from Dr. D. B.
Washita. I. T. He writes
Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of
scrofula, which had caused her great
suffering for years. Terrible sores
would break out on her head and face,
and the best doctors could give no
help; but now her health is excel
lent." Electric Bitters is the best
blood punher Known, it a the su
preme remedy for ecztma. tetter, salt
rheum, ulcers, boils and running
sores. It stimulates liver, kidnevs
and bowels, expels poisons, helps di
gestion and builds op the strength.
Only 50 cents. Sold by Hartz &
UUemeyer, druggists. Guaranteed
A COMMON ERROR.
The Same Mistake la Mads by Many Rock
I aland People. '
It's a common error
To plaster the aching back.
To rub with liniment rheumatic
When the trouble comes from the
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
And are indorsed by Rock Island
Patrick Rooney, of 1309 Fifth ave
nue, bricklayer, says: "Taken with
a soreness across my loirs and other
symptoms of kidney complaint, I
went to a physician who treated rae
at intervals for three years. Receiv
ing little if any benefit I resorted to
advertised'sure-cures, but the trouble
resisted all my efforts, the intense
pain in the small of my back and lim
ited control over the kidney secre
tions being always in evidence.
Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills I
procured a box at the Harper house
drug store. If that one box had not
helped me I nevr woold have fol
lowed up the treatment .iud bongbt
five more. I !i:tve bwv. ex nosed to
all kinds of wouthT, but uj to date
there ha- ur' Ix en ssvmpl' m of ; rc--.:rreuee.
For ale by all dealers. Price SO
cents. Footer-Milburn company, Buf
alo, N. Y., solo agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
MEDICAL TREATMENT FREE.
The ItrttiHh Medical Institute Offers Three
Month! Services Free to All Invalids
Who Call at II Office. No. 1002
Second Ansae Before ,
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical in
stitute have, at the urgent solicitation
of a large number of patients under
their treatment in this vicinity, estab
lished a permanent branch of the in
stitute in this city at No. 1002 Second
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who may call
upon them for treatment between now
and July 10. These services consist
not only of consultation, examination
and advice, but also of all minor sur
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and the af
flicted, and, under no condition what
ever will any charges be made for any
services rendered for three months to
all' who call before July 10-
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee a
cure in every case they undertake. At
the first interview a thorough exami
nation is made, and, if incurable, you
are frankly and kindly told so; also
advised against spending your money
for useless treatment.
Male and fema'e weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, also rupture,
goitre, cancer, varicocele, and all dis
eases of the rectum, are positively
cured by their new treatment.
Dr. E. Valentine Heaton, the chief
consulting surgeon of the institute,
is in personal charge
Office hours from 2 p. m. till 9 p.
m. Branch office at Davenport, 706
Brady street, office hours, 9 a. m.
till 2 p. m. Not open Sundays.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of appendicitis.
nervous prostration or heart failure
etc. I hey used August Flow
er to clean out the ystem and Flop
fermentation oi undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous fin i orgnnif i-.etion of the
system. &nd th:t is nil thev took when
feeing dell ntid bad with headaches
and other aches. Von only need
few doses of Green's August Flowe
in liquid form, to ma';e you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. H
i liis Kind Ym Haw Always BajiM
Fleet loo Notice.
Notice is hereby given that ai election will
be he:d on Tuesday, tbe 2rtn dav or June A.
L . lxOu. in the city of Hock Island. lit. for the
purpose of elenttt, one member of the board
of education of Hoci Island school district tor
the tens or three years.
1 he polling places for said election will be
First. Second and Third Wards Kruse's
sdod. o. iuu i aira aeoue.
rourtband tilth Wards Friclc & Kuutz's
livery stable. No. lPHSTtira avenue.
hixib ami seventh W aros Koester block.
no mot. rnrtn avenue.
Which election will be opend at 8 o'clock
in tbe morning and continue onen until
o'clock in the afternoon of that day.
The judVes and clerks of election, residing
In tbe precincts in which the above designated
polling pieces are located., wui be the judges
and cle ks for t his election.
Rock Uiand. 111.. June irtth. li.
William McCo.vucbii. Mayor.
are local In mstrir. Thy yjcXd mAl'.y to
Common inrrr Treatment.
is a specinc tor tlmi-tnt. InrKM, Tetter.
Vdoia sod all nktn disorder. SO eta. a box.
ths pores, mua tbs siun soft. smooCa
rtuie. Prk S cm v fetampies sm.
JOHNSTON. MOLLOWaT 4 CO.. Ptittsea.. Pa.
Light calicoes, '
per yard 3jc
Xetr lawns, good patterns,
per yard 3Jc
Checked white goods.
worth 6c 3Jc
per yard SJc
Checked towels, fringed 31 e
IJjvs' rubber sole tennis shees
Larger si.'e-s 39o and 45c
worth 50e. choice 35c
Ladies' r.i ra slippers and Ox
fords, worth 75c, choice... 49c
Ladies' hg!i grade Oxfords
and low suoes, latest styles,
worth:! 25 and f2.50. choice fl.49
Ladies' dongola shoes, lace
or button, correct and com
fortable lasts, worth fl 25.
Boys' low leather ties, $1.25
Ladies' high grade late style
shoes, tans or black, lace or
button, vesting or kid top,
values up to $3, special at. 1.98
Men's heavy working shoes,
good wearers, worth $1.50," 98c
Domestics, This Week Only
Double fold shirting cheviots.
worth 12c 8c
Bicycle denims, worth 121c . 9c
1 bale mixed cheviot shirtings,
worth 10c 6c
Light-ground calicoes, worth
121c yard wide bleached cam
See the Specials in Ladies'
Summer Underwear This Week.
Ladies' 35c summer corsets 15c
Ladies' 25c fast black seamless
25c French ginghams 15c
25c white India linen 15c
25c wide neck ribbons 15c
25c open work doylies 15c
Misses' sailors 15c
WANTET BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and bos' J at Fourth avenue.
WAN'TEP A GUM. FOR GENERA!,
housework at Kil Nineteenth street.
WANTED AT THE HARPER. BELL,
boys: must be industrious and reliable.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL. FOR SEC
ond work. Mrs. T. A. Murphy. 557 Elm
WANTED TEN SEWING GIRLS AT THE
Kock Island Reiralia company in Curse
WANTED GOOD, RELLABLEOn. SALES
man, on commission or. alary. Address
3?iker UU and Lie plemenl company .Cleveland,
WANTE1 TWO COLLECTORS AT 325
Twentieth street. Rork Island: one for
Bock Island nnd one for Moline. Call at 11 a.
m. or after 5 p.m.
WANTED BOARDERS: LARGE FRONT
room for two one of the best locations
in the city. All
modern conveniences. 1303
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
oslcoiia. 6w Mi tonsil A Lynda bull dine, be
tween ft and 6 p.m.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance: one who ean de
rote rufflclent time to the bnsineaa to make It
profitable. Addreas "E M.." Aaoua.
W ANTED A FEW MORE BOARDERS
could be Menmmodat!d at 1411 Fourth
avenue, centrally located, nice Clean rooms.
home cooking and modern convenience.
CXTANTED SITUATION AS COACH
if man or to work about a residence: e-
perienced with horses: references riven If re
quired. Address "B 100." care of Asci't.
WANTED ONE OR TWO UNFUR
cished rooms by a centleman below
court bouse In cood location with modern con
veniences. No housekeeping. Addrets Box
TXT ANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
IT aeU oar Incandescent rasoline lamp.
Caen burner produces lOO-eandle power light:
all stores want them: rood inducement to rea
dable salesmen. The Ohio IilaminaUog eom
easy, Msninskl, Ohio.
Corner Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
Children's low shoes, all sizes.
Tic values 49c
Men s special $2.75 and $3
slices, all the new lasts,
biack and tans, special for
this sale at $1.98 and $2.25
Infant's soft sole shoes, worth
Men's lace vici bals, black or
tan, correct toes, proper
shapes and colors, worth
$2 25, at $1.49
Ladies' Oxfords and strap-
sandals, dainty styles in all
sizes, worth up to $1.25.
Men's patent leather shoes.
kid and vesting top, $5
value, for $2.49
Ladies' high shoes, small sizes,
worth up to $3.49 specially
good qualities, ehoice ....... 49c
28-inch pure linen crash, ex
tra heavy 12Jc
Curtain Swisses, worthl21c. . 7c
50 dozen heavy fringed towels, 7c
Turkey red table cloths, worth
All linen hemmed towels,
worth 15c 10c
Plain brown drilling, worth 10c 5c
Ladies' walking hats 49c
Cbildrens' trimmed hats 98c,
75c andf 49c
Ladies' trimmed hats, excel
lent styles, 98c to $1.26. re
duced from almost double. . 14c
Leghorn shapes 15c
Children's lawn hats 19c
Ladies' low shoes, small sizes 25c
Men's 49c and 75c crash hats. 25c
Men's 35c balbriggan shirts
and drawers 25c
Ladies' 49c corsets 25c
FOR SALE-ANEW MODERN COTTAGE
'-..di l.'tftf.f.nth atrlfL
Truli SALE CHEAP, A LARGE
J- refrigerator and a gasoline stove
TTKJR SALE FIRST-CLASS PIANO. BAR-
JJ Rain, If taken at once. Apply Mrs. Frank
Snrrman. three doors west of fcim street on
XTIOR SALE A FINE. HIGH BUILDING
JU lot on Nineteenth street between Elev
enth and Twelfth avenues, cheap for cash.
Address ' P. M.," care ot Abccs.
T7KR SALE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, LOT
A 40x150 feet on Forty-fourth s reet. near
Fifth avenue, (l.ano.
As an investment will
pay 10 to 13 per cent,
L P. Wilson. 4413 Fifth
"ClOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
A? lot 80x150. nine rooms, bath room and
laundry.betweenliieventh andTwelftb streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson s
TjVJR SALE ON ACCOUNT OF LEAVING
X; the cilv. will sell all my household roods,
consisting of stoves, cooking utens Is. caroe-s,
etc Call at once at fr-S '1 hlrtj-Oftb street.
I7TOR SALE LOTS IN McENIKVS AD
Jj dltton by E. J. Burns, room 13, Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on blxth ave
nue, between Twenty-eitrnth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Kim
street strwet car lines. Terms to suit pur
"VOTED TRANCE MEDIUM JUST AS-
j. rved from the south. Satisfaction, given
in business, love affairs, etc.
Located at 17
Fourth avenue. Rock Island.
THE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM
and Independent slate writer has perma
nently located la Davenport and eao daily be
consulted on aJ questions of life at Hue Afctr
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
TlROF. A. L
THOMPSON TREATS ALL
XT chronic diseases.
1907 Fourth avenue Rock Island, Lii. Prof.
A. L. Thompson.
Silk and Cloak Bargains.
Ladies' $6.50 tailor made suits,
black, blue, brown and grey
Ladies' $12.50 suits, all colors,
reduced to $7.60
Ladies' $5 jackets, correct
1 lot seperate skirts, worth up
to $5 $2.98
15 pes new wash silk, worth
5 pes new mercerized foulards,
worth 49c 35c
5 pes new foulard silks, worth
85c, special this week at. . . 49c
Best 10c zephyr ginghams,
Mill remnants, best 10c, 12c
and 15c percales, very choice
New lawns and dimities. 15c
See the Special Bargains We are
Offering in Shirt Waists This Week.
White Goods Bargains,
10c quality plain India linens 5c
12lc quality plain India linens
15c quality sheer India linens
25c quality choicest India lin
Checked nainsooks and corded
white lawns 31c
15c plain white dimities at. . .
18c checked and barred white
Ladies' white aprons worth 39c 25c
Leather belts worth 49o 25c
Men's 49a shirts, slightly
soiled ". 25c
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST A MITCHELL & LYNDE PASS
A J book: also an account book. Finder will
please leave at aw.cs office
and receive re-
T OST - A BLACK FUR COLLARETTE
JLi somewhere on Third avenue. Finder re
tutn to 523
fcJeventb street and receive re
TTIOUND A BAY HORSE WITH HALTER
A- on. Owner can have sme by calling at
Fred Mathews dairy, end of um street, and
T" OST LUELLAN SETTER D03. WHITE.
M-M with lemon colored ears. Finder address
P. O. box 344 or P M. Bollinger, South Rook
Island, and be rewarded.
TISS ISABEL SIMMON, A R T I S T,
teacher of drawlnz and painting. Studio
over Adams' art store ou Twentieth street.
ETK)B SALE COAL IN ANY
X? of 60 bushels or over at (2.76 per
Uvered C. O. D. to any part of the eity
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
shop. Rock Island, or Enos James, Milan
RAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
esrd or leave word at 3211 Fourth ave
nue if you have any ratf. rubber, etc.. to sell.
I will come to your m use and py you from
50 to 4 per bundled for rat's. All calls will re
ceive prompt attention, tt. r. Kiugger.
TT YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL. TRADE
a. or rent anything, engage help or secure a
dtuatlon. the MaU Is the one paper In Moline
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and MaU wants bring results One-half eent
per word Is tbe price to ail alike cut In ad
ran ce. s-cent stamps will do. Evecln- and
Sunday MaU, Moline, LU.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT.
iM. on any kind of security Also cboice
property for sale and rent. W. L Coyne,
10 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
Vf ONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MOST
All. gage loans by W. H Eeatmao, 1712 Bee
and avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makes eoileotlona hard ones a specialty
Subscribe for The Abocs.
10e quality white India linen.
Yard wide percales.
Special mixed socks.
Children's straw hats.
3 cakes 5c soap.
6 papers good pins. w.
6 packs good tacks.
Cheviot shirtings, worth 10c.
Best apron ginghams.
Men's linen collars.
Boys' good suspenders.
Crepe tissue paper.
Ladies' crash skirls, nicely
trimmed, worth $1.25 and
1 lot silk waists, single gar
ments, some worth as high
as $6 and $7, at $2.98
Ladies' denim bicycle skirts . . 89c
Ladies' Denim walking skirts,
worth $1.25 and $1.19 98c
the Silk Dept.
Plaid taffetas, dark designs,
worth 65c, 75c and 85c. . . . 19c
Handsome assortment, heavy
rich silks, worth $1.S5 and
$1.49, at 98e.
1 lot of wash goods, last year's
patterns, but splendid cloths,
former price up to 20o- at 6c
Extra plain organdies, worth
Navy blue foulards, worth 15c
and 18c 12io
Corded Midras cloths, 20c and
25c values at 15c
Children's red hose lOo
Children's parasols lOo
Children's muslin drawers... lOo
Ladies' short white aprons..., 10c
Ladies' 15c tan and black fast, ,
color seamless hose 10c
Ladies' good belts 10c
Children's sailor hats 10c
TjIOR KENT-OFFICK AND
MJ r k)du our Trcmana's meat mirkeu
ply down stairs.
CIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
I? able for one or two gentlemen. iiSuS Fifth-and-a
half avenue. , .
FOR RENT FURNISHED COTTAGE OF
three rooms In central location. Ad
dress M. J., care of Abocs.
FOR RENT-LARGE FRONT ROOM AND
alcove, very nicely furn'sbed; modern
conveniences; 1319 Second avenue.
T7M3R RENT DESK ROOM IN OFFICE AD-
L vantsgeously situated Apply to E.
Burns, room Mitchell & Lynde building.
RENT NINE-ROOM HOUSE. MOD-
ern conveniences, t-legant loa Ion, pos
session July 12. Call at KJ0 Forty-third street.
F'OH BENT A COTTAGE ON TWENTY
fourth street. Kverviblng nrst-claas
Inquire at W t wenty fourth
COR RENT AT 100-.' SECOND AVENUE.
V nicely furnlshrd front rooms, sultab'e for
one or two gentlemen,
or n tor two.
flpermontn for on.
CTOR RENT AT 1228 SECOND AVENUE,
C large rooms, well furnished; gas, bath,
team heat. A flrst-class hme table Beat
oation In tbe eity. Corner Thirteenth street
nd Second avenue
CTIOR RENT II ROOM HOUSE WITH
v iisrn. corter Thirteenth avenue and Thlr-
ty-elifh.b -treet. Modern onvenlnea One
block from Un t-eet ar line. Well adapted
for boarders. Rent -V A ppiy to E. H. Guyer.
Mltchet Ac Lynde buildiog.
WANTED 600 MEN TO BRIVfJ THEIR
shirts, collars and cuffs, and 100 women
o send us their family washing at our special
Jontract rats. All work guaranteed. Cilve
is your address by phone 4-"V we will do the
est. KxceMor Laundry company, 114 East
Seventeenth street. Hock Island
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monda, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
aoaleai Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
foods, furniture, etc. Highest caob price
;aid for second hand goods of all kinds also,
rae above goods for aale at half the usual
iwfrli!it Ail business transactions stiietlv
oofldential. His new number and location.
imSMond avenue. Don't forget la, J. w.
ines. Two rings on 147.