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THE "ARG-T78V TUESDAY. JULY 5 , 190O,
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Correspondence eoiiolted troei rry totra-
Ibip in Hock Island county
Tl'ESDAT, JCLT 31.
PrrhlJeot. WIIXIAM J. BRYAN
Vie Prudent ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Uovernor.. SAMUEL. ALSCHULER
Ueu tenant Governor ELMER E. PERRY
Secretary of Stte....JAMESF.O DONNEIX
Auditor GEORGE B. PARSONS
Treasurer M. F. DIINLAP
Attorney Ueaeral JAMES TODD
Trustees 1 JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
irnlverelty of charl.s hus.
Illinois. 1 Mm. JULIA HOLMES SMITH
State's Attorney S. R. KEN WORTHY
fMreult Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J- E. LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE T. McNABNEY
Li" to the present tbe Chinese ap
pear to have had a complete monop
oly 01 iok secret service in mei
Sknatok Wellington, of Marv
land, is another prominent republican
who declares be cannot support tbe
McKinlev Klea ol a republican lorm
Tdk partisan press keeps the wires
hot with statements of the poverty of
the republican national committee.
By the same authority tbe trusts pre
fer to keep their money rather, than
to chance it on McKlnley's reelection.
These statements are empty busks
intended merely as fodder for fools.
The trusts realize that this is a life
and death struggle for them, and
they will contribute more liberally to
the republican campaign tuna man
uver before. If this campaign de
pended for Its results on money tbe
democrats might as well quit now.
The welcome news from Pekin
borne over the wire yesterday after
noon that the ministers whose fate
had not been already known, were
tttill safe, came as did all the stirring
-vents in the war with Spain, at a
time when it was the province of the
afternoon papers provided with prop
er news facilities to make nrst an
nounccment. The metropolitan press
of this morning venues the happy in
tellience brought through the As
sociated Press to Altars readers last
evening and appearing more in detail
in this issue of the paper, and today a
paper h:ii added information of the
most important nature in advance of
the morning papers ol tomorrow.
The administration papers, prom
iuent among which is the Chicago
Times-Herald, are beginning to pre
pare the public in this country for
the policy that is sure to come with
reference to China. The grave an
nouncement i now sent out that
when the rush of the forces of civiliz
ation is made on the Chinese capital
tbe streets of imperial Pekin will run
with blood, the dynasty will fall
what is more, the final result mav be
"the dismemberment of the Chinese
empire." This latter prophesy is
what is sought most to impress upon
the people, the idea being to gradu
ally shape the trend of events so that
such an outcome may follow, and in
which this country may participate
and get its share under tbe "guise
or domestic assimilation." "tbe cur
rents of destiny," "the interests of
civilization," or something else.
Converts to Dimocrarj,
Chairman J. G. Johnson, of the exec
utive committee of the democratic na
tional committee, at Chicago last
Saturday gave out a letter he bad re
ceived from V. A. Crofutts, of Wash
ington, D. C. who stated that in
1896 he had been an ardent repub
lican, but this time had shifted on
account of the "imperialism" issue,
and Intended voting for Bryan. Dr.
Crofutts also said that Senator Wel
lington, of Maryland, was in the
same position as himself, and would
even go so far as to take the stamp
For over SO year
be eeevea te be the Best taeeo Is lor
aier Rheumatic Complaints.
uwy 3G. in ouc at aii angjjtsu
Ft A!- Richter & Co.
213 Peart Street,
for Bryan and Stevenson, and as
other converts to the democratic
cause the letter eives the names of
tbe following residents of Washing'
Jackson II. Ralston, lawyer, who
has been a republican stamp speaker,
Dr. L. W. Habercom, German
writer on political topics.
Capt. Patrick O'Farrell, formerly
an Irish republican.
Bosser Downing, also a former
Clement S. Ucker, who stamped
McKlnley's Bale la Porto Kleo.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
By act of the American congres
President McKinley becomes king of
Porto Kico. Here are some or hi
He appoints the governor.
He appoints the executive council.
He appoints the higher branch of
the legislature, a majority of whose
members mav.be citizens of tbe
He appoints the judges.
lie appoints the officers who select
the men to fill every appointive office
He has power to kill any legisla
tion by means of the veto ox his ap
pointee, the governor.
He has power to grant all franchis
es through bis appointees, the execu
The people are taxed without rep
resentation in congress and without
representation In the controlling
branch of the insular government,
except at the pleasure of the presi
The people are allowed to elect only
the members of the lower house ol
tbe legislature and one commissioner
to the United States.
These officers are to be appointed
bv the president for terms of four
A governor at $8,000 a vear.
A secretary of the council at $1,000
An attorney general at $1,000
An insular treasurer at x-,mu
An auditor at i;4,uuu a year.
A commissioner of the Interior
$4,000 a year.
A commissioner of education
$3,000 a year.
A chief justice of the supreme court
at to.uuu a year.
t or associate justices of the supreme
court at f 4 uu a year each.
A marshal of tbe supreme court at
f 2.U0U a year.
A United Mates district judge at
$5, 00 a year.
A United states district attornev at
$4, COO a rear.
A United states district marshal at
$3,500 a tear.
three members ol a commission to
cod if v the laws of the island at $5,000
live members of the executive
council whose salaries are to be fixed
by the Porto Rlcan legislature.
The Porto Ilicans are allowed to
One commissioner to the United
States at $5,000 a year.
Tbirtv-tive members of the lower
house of the legislature, who will be
aid $5 a day when in session.
The midsummer fiction number of
McClure's Magazine, with a cover by
Louis Loeb, suggesting by Us rich,
warm coloring the lassitade of the
season and with a Btrong list of well
known adepts in the art of storv
telling, produces at once a pleasing
impression. lo this number frank
H. Spearman contributes the first of a
new series of railway stories, telling
of the exciting race of a train
f lellowbtone Park excursion
ists with a runaway "freight." Jack
London, the oung Californian, has in
this issue a tale of tbe perilous jour
ney of a Klondike miner and his In
dian wife to obtain relief for a starving
camp; this story is imaginative in
the highest degree, and possesses
striking local color and extraordinary
pathetic force. Another strong story
s "A Bill from Tiffany," by Josiah
Flynt, the well known explorer ot
tramp and criminal life, and Francis
Walton. There are numerous other
timely articles profuselv illustrated
Army Wives Following- tits Flag.
(Gen. Charles King. In tbe Saturday Ever. inn
Manila fell in August. The flag
went up on the Ayuntamiento and
prices on the Escolta. And along in
he autumn, to the consternation of
he commanding general, certain de
voted army wives made their
to the orient, and no
sooner was it known that the
nturesome half dozen were actual-
there than half a hundred
others were inspired with like ambi-
Peace for a season bade the
world farewell as far as the com
manding general and the quartermas
ter's department were concerned, for
the number of women with mission
to Mani a outnumbered the state
rooms on the transports, and, to put
an end to importunity, oat came th
order that none would be taken.
This barred women who couldn't
mora me journey at meir own ex
Cared Kroaehlal Troubles.
Charles E. Davis, 1071 W. Congress
street, Chicago, says: "I suffered for
years with bronchial trouble and tried
many kinds of medicines without re.
lief. until I began taking Foley's
Honey and Tar which cured mt."
Take no substitute. For sale by all
Accidents come with distressing
reqoency on tbe farm. Cots, braises,
tings, sprains. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie
OU relieves the pain Instantly. Never
safe without, it. For sale by Mar.
ball A Fiaher, druggist.
FOR LITTLE FOLKS:
Dam Hire mm tbe Boys.
The late Dan Iiiee, tbe famous circus
man, was fond of boys and always
wanted to see a lot of them in his au
dience. He never gave a performance
when the nooks and corners were not
filled with youngsters who had come In
One story of this sort is told by Cap
tain George J. G rammer, traffic man
ager of the Lake Shore railroad. At
the time of the occurrence G rammer,
who lived In Zanesville, O., was stand
ing one afternoon with a crowd of
other boys, looking longingly Into the
tvnt, but not having the price of ad
mission. It was Mr. Bice's custom to stand at
the door until the first grand entry of
the circus people, when he would leave.
On this occasion he saw the hungry
look on tbe faces of the boys and called
them around him. "You want to go
In, don't you, boys?"
'Bet your life!" shouted back the
"I'll tell you what. All the boys who
are back here in ten minutes with
clean faces and bands get in."
The words were hardly out of his
mouth before there was a dash for the
river, and In less than seven minutes
200 clean faces and bands came back
to the tent. The boys went inside with
A Little Fire Department.
This picture of the Silver King Lad
der company is taken from the Cin
cinnati Commercial Tribune. The mem
bers of the company are Harry Bode,
THE SILVER KIA'G CQUPAST.
aged 8, captain; .Wilbur Ressler, Her
bert Elehhoni, Raymbnd Benton,
George Moerleln and Artie Tetter.
They live on Clifton Heights, a beauti
ful residence section of the city of Cin
A Severe Moe-key. Mother.
I once watched a monkey which had
a baby In amis being feu with grapes.
The youngster was moht auslous to
have a grape, but his mother, being
either too selfish to allow him to share
her treat or afraid the fruit might uot
be good for her son's digestive organs,
would not allow him to Tiave any and
boxed his cars soundly nor being rude
enough to attempt to taloe a grape out
of her mouth.
The keeper In charge said she did not
spare the rod and spoil the child"
when he became too troublesome.
As his parent would not give him any
fruit, the little fellow tried to get some
on his own account and several times
escaped from her arms and began to
climb the wtre netting la front of bis
cage, but was promptly hauled back
by tbe tall. At length ha managed to
get free and. running to the top of his
cage, put one hand through the meshes
of the wire and pleaded eloquently
with his upturned dark little eyes for a
taste." while his mother actually bit
herself In rage over her son's bad be
havior. Covrtesjr ot a. Tonus; King-.
The queen regent of Spain Is bring
ing up her boy with a regard to those
ethics of clilralrous courtesy toward
the fair ee?: that characterize the em
peror of Austria and so many of the
princes of; the house of Hapsburg, to
which she belongs by birth. Rejane,
the well known French actress and
creator oC the role of Mme. Sans-Gene,
In Sardocfs play of that name. In re
lating the private audience with which
she was honored by Qmt:ii Christine at
Madrid, "describes how the young king,
on being summoned by his mother to
make t'he acquaintance of the actress.
proceeded to gallantly kiss the latter's
band vith a bow on entering the room.
At metny Cusopean courts it Is eti
quette for ladies to kiss the hand of
thesovereign, even when he belongs
to ithe sterner sex. "But the little king
of Spain is txsinsr manifestly brought
up to share the views of bis kinsman,
Emperor Frame-is Joseph, to the effect
that knightly courtesy Is due to every
woman, no matter what her. rank or
social station .
Wbo papa cam 'home, be had something fat
And round in hia porket; 'twas vriBRlins; at that.
We hardly could -wait until be hunciap nia bat
For Coat deffie.
knew It was' lirina. Vaoae we could bark
And bear a qurar erylnc and trying to barki
ra sure ialthae pocket it was pretty dark
And wbca it came out wvboth Krahbedfor
ti was uk ! urauot, .uenuet pug.
At fat and tea round as aUittle brown jug,
(Was that doggie.
Mis left sad is Roger's, one ear and one eyc
Trie naif ot his-body, bis growl and hia cry;
His little tail qmrk la on- my side, and I
Loves that doggie.
Elizabeta. Cherry .Walts.
' WsuU a. Keaaerrr
'Ajsichool m a irter. who had been tell
ing of the dolng(of. Csssar, ended up'
and an .thla happened. over -1,500!
yuan ago." .
IL little boyhls blue eyes wide open
vith wonder, ' said after a moment's,
"On. what a.rcemoryyoa've got!"
MEDICAL TREATMENT FREE
Koi Three Months Is Offered to All In
allds Who Call Cpoa. the Brltlah
Doctors at No. lOOS Second
Arrant Before A a gnat
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 eive their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all Invalids who may call
upon them for treatment between now
and Aug. 15. These services consist
not only of consultation, examination
ana advice, but also ol ail minor sur
The object in pursuing this coarse
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 Aug. 15.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
eas6 and deformities, and guarantee a
care in every case they undertake. At
the first Interview a thorough exami
aation is made, and, if incurable, you
re frankly and kindly told so; also
advised against spending your money
or useless treatment
Male and female weakness, catarrh
ind catarrhal deafness, also rupture,
joitre, cancer, varicocele, and all dis
ases of the rectum, are positively
ured by their new treatment.
Dr. K. Valentine Heaton, the chief
-onsulting surgeon of the Institute,
in personal charge
Office hoars from 9 a. m. till 8 p,
n. Not open Sundays.
A Saucy Duchess.
When the "Beggars' Opera," by Gay,
was produced in 1728, it took the town
positively by storm. Tbe king still
clung to naudel. but the nobility, with
the Duchess of Oueensberry among
them, flocked rapturously to the "New
gate pastoral." The "Beggars' Opera"
had a run of G2 nights, unprecedented
in those days, and as one result of Its
success Handel became bankrupt. Sud
den! v there came an order from the
lord chancellor to stop the new piece,
Whv. is not exactly known unless it
was because the prime minister con
sldered himself to be too faithfully
represented therein. However that
may have been, the theater had to be
cloned. whereiiDon the Duchess of
Queensbcrry took up Gay's cause and
vehemently championed It.
Very busy was she In those days,
driving about In her conch asking for
guinea subscriptions for prmtiug cop
ies? st the forbidden play. And so heeu
less -was- Kitty that she carried her
list to the queen's drawing room itself
and had thy, audacity to ask the king
for a subscription. This was a little
too much, and her grace was requested
to withdraw from the court, Kitty an
nouncing, with characteristic compo
sure, that the command was very agree
able to her, as she had never gone
there for her own diversion, but to
bestow civility uion tbe king and
queen. Good Words.
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that can'
aot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care,
J. F. Chen-ev & Co.,
Prop., Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years
ind believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and hnan
iially able to carry out any obliga
..ions made bv their firm.
West & Trl ax.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.
Waldino. Kinsan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces ol tbe system.
Price. 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hairs Family rill are the best.
Does It Pay to Bay Cheap T
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds is all right, but yon want some
thing that will relieve and cure tbe
more severe and dansreroas rults of
throat and lnng troubles. What shall
yoa do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? Yes, if possible; if
not possible for yoa, then in either
case take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun
tries with success ia severe throat and
lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stim
ulates the tissues to destroy me germ
disease, bat allays inflammation,
causes easy expectoration, gives a
good night's rest, and cares the pa
tient. Try ne bottle. Recommend
ed many years by all druggists in the
woild. bam pie Domes at a. u.
Buchanan. Mich.. May 22. Gene
see Pure Food company, Le Roy. N.
Y. Gentlemen: Mv mamma has been
a great coffee drinker and has found
it very iajorioua. Having used sev
eral fjackaees of your Grain-O, the
drink that takes the place of coffee,
she finds it much better for herself
and for us children to drink. She has
given up coffee drinking entirely! We
use a package every week. I am 10
yars old. Yours respectfully;
Half the His that man la heir to
iXme from indigestion. suruuu
Bl."od Bitters strengthens and tones
the tomacb; makes indigestion impossible-
For sale by Marshall A
I Laid Yes Haw Kwart BdS
tttanted-boarders. choice rooms
w V and board at 220 Fourth avenue.
TTJANTED A PIXING ROOM GIRL, AT
v once, at wngnt s restaurant, 1923 Sec
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by tbe day. Inquire at 413
TTANTF.1 TO RENT .VROOM COTTAGE
' for f am Jy of two. State rent aad loca'
tion. Address "D.," Annus office.
TTTANTED-GOOD. RELIABLE OILSALES-
man. on commission or aalarr. Andreas
Quaker OU and Implement oompany, Cleve
TT7ANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
pressing ladies dresses and nommon
sowing. Inquire pf William Bla.chae, 1112
r urtn avenue.
WANTPD TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
soliciter for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. UUi cuell & Lycde building, be-
iwceu a auu o p. ui.
ryANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
v v for accident Insurance: one who can
devote sufficient time to the bun'ress to make
it iniuois. Auuress "rial. aRurs.
ITT ANTED HIT TUNG AGENTS TO SELL
our inoanaeseent rasollne lamps. Each
burner produce loo candle power light: ail
luem: (fuou inducement to reJla
tie aaleam-n. Th Ohio Illuminating com'
yauy, aiaasueio. unio.
ry ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
iuuul's. wawoei. jewelry, hardware
musical instruments bieveleo. .-.lothiri ,irr
go ds, furniture, eta Hiirnest can prices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half tbe usu.l
stor prices, a 11 business transactions strintly
nornutuuii. mi new numuer ana location
Slt'ilril ftT.min Tlnn't twni I, t lir
- ' .w.i, t v. , T .
j ones, two rings on 1347.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE OF HOUSE
bold goods at S Ninth street ev. rvaf
te noon and evening till ill are sold. William
EflUK SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTTY
of 60 bushels or over at 12.75 per ton, da-
uvcruu kj. v. io any part ol the city,
i,eave orders at Commercial house barber
soup, noes uuana, or jnos James, Milan
T AOS, RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
- vnuuricive wuniui .in fourth ave-
I will come to your Douse and py you from
, " mi vaiia wiu re
u-ivc prompt attention. Li. . Klugger.
T I. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
us exenanges all kinds of aeoond hand goods,
will pity more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. a 11 kinds of stove reoairln? and
oleauing done also. J. P. Williamson, 1613
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. BELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
uiuatiun. mo mail is me one paper in Mollne
tbatoando It for you. Mall wants ara noun.
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per vera is me prioe to all alike, cash In ad
ranee. U-oent stamps will do. Evening and
3 uuuij a&au, aiuiioa, xii.
TVTOTED TRANCE MEDIUM JUST AR.
' rived from the south. Satisfaction given
In business, love affairs, eto. Located at Rl7
rourth avenue, Kock island.
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1st and Telepathic healer. expeMenced
ana renaoie. Competent advice on all mat
ters Hours 9 a. in to 8 p. m. l.r0i( Fourth
avenue, letters answered.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
.TONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT.
Jl on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L. Coyne,
ou seventeenm street, up stairs.
rONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
XL gage loans by W. H Fastmae. 1711 8eo-
jod avenue, without pubiity or removal. He
also makes ooUeotiona bard ones a specialty.
Estate of Hedda Charlotte Swanson, de-
fhe undersigned having been appointed ad
mlnlstratrlx with tbe will annexed of the estate
of Heads Charlotte Swanson.lateof the coun
ty of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that ahe will ap
Kar before the county court of Bock
and county, at the county court room, la the
eity ot Rock Island, at the October term, or,
the Brst Monday Is October next, at which
time all persons having claims against aald
estate are notified and requested to attend, (or
the purpose of having the same ad justed.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Uaved this 24 ia asv or July, a.d tooo,
Anna S. Swasho. Administratrix.
JACaSOS A HCMMT.
Attorneys for Admlnistratrls.
Notice is hereby sivea that the corpo'ite
one of tbe Kock Lslnd A Eastern Ltln- is
Ka'lway eorcp' y has beenehanged, in man' er
and form a provided by law ,u the name of
the "faveoport. Rock Iiwasd A Northwester)
b-ilway Company "
Dated, KOCK warn Illinois ju-ysu. imi.
CaiBUs O. Gatbs, Secretary.
Sttbscribe for Thx Abqci.
TJX3R SALE A LATE TMPROVETJ SMTTH-
r Premier typewriter. Inquire of Harper
TjXJR SALE A B ROOM HOUSE ON SIXTH
-A- avenue near Twenty-eighth street for
J3.300, by Hull & Co.
FR SALE AN OLD RELIABLE FAMT
ly bore: also, a voung driving mare. Ad
dress -L. H.."' tcis offloe.
"CVR SALE CHEAP. ONE FULL BLOOD
-L Holsteln cow, 'reh last April. Eastman
& Co., 17124 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A GENTLEMAN'S t.W BICY
cle nearly new. For sale at a bargain.
Inquire at Eastern Fair. Sim Fifth avenue.
J7KJR SALE FIRST-CLASS PIANO. BAR
A gain, if taken at onoe. Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of Elm street on
T710R SAL A FINE, HIGH BUILDING
A lot on Nineteenth street between Elev
enth and Twelfth avenues, cheap for cash.
Address P. M.," care of A ho us.
TTIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
A. lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, bet ween tie venth and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
TTWR SALE LOTS IN McENTRY'S AD
M? dltlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, MltcheU A
Lynde bulldlcg. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street oar lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. FOB BENT.
TTIOR RENT ARO"M OVES DAVID DON'S.
ldl & Second avenue.
TTIOR RENT nOUSEINHUBERA PEETZ'S
a- aouiiion. inquire oiw.u Maucker.
TTIOR RENT FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE WITtI
-a.' bath at 2301 Fifth) avenue. Apply at ool-
TTIOR RENT-ONE OR TWO N in ELY PfR
A ntshed frout rooms ia private family. o
ritLcr rauies or gentlemen, inquire 1E23 Third
PfOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. AT 906
A Fifteenth street, with all modern con
TTIOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM, ALSO
uvni nouseaeeping room, car Seven
TpOR KENT TWO FULLY FURNISHED
a. rooms for light houaekerping at ltS.'f(
TTIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
A? ble for two persons. Call at 1006 Second
avenue; secona Door.
TfOR RENT THREE UPSTAIRS ROOMS
--- at txn r oriy nrth street: : no children
tuquire oio mneteentn street, AlOllue.
TTIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR A
-a.- gentleman, flea-ant location, east ex
posure. i:aii at73s Twenty-third street.
TTIOK RENT NINE-ROOM HOUSE, MOD-
-a.- ern conveniences, eiegant loca ion, pos
session July 12. Call at 820 Forty-third street.
FOR RETT A FURNISH 'D ROOM IN
tbe Industrial Home building with aU
modern conv- nlencet. Corner Twenty-flist
una iniru avenue.
TTIOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
a.- second noor room: outside entrance
southeast, exposure. Gentleman preferred
Appiy ut awi Bcventn avenue.
RIOR RENT A LARGE WELLFTTRNISHED
a front room I Lb bath, cen rally located.
very pleasant and de-lraole for one or two
geoticmen. Inquire at 11-11 Second avenue.
FOR RENT AT 122 St-COND AVENUE,
large rooms, well furnished: iris. baib.
teim heat, m HrMc-ilAw Itom. H.rtl,. R.
location in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
ana c-econa avenue.
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
rR. A. L. THOMPSON TREATS ALL
x J chronic diseases, functional disorders.
nervous atd mental troubles. Consultation
free, ltfov rourth avenue.
Notice of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, .
in tne circuit court ol said Kock island
co- nty. in cb .coery.
Rock Island Plow company, complainant.
vs. ada hmlth - rthur s-mlth. Myrtle Hen-ler.
Haz.l Hensler, Thomas Moore. George Moore,
Moore, wire ot sum ue rge Moore, and
the unknown owners of tbe undivided one-
tenth pa t of lot seven (7). In block four l.
In th t part f the city of ook Island In the
county or Kock Island and state of Illinois.
known and described as the Chicago or Lower
addition to said city of Rock island, defend
To Ada Smith. Arthur Smith. Hazel nen ler.
Tromas Moo- e. George Moore. Moore.
wire or said George Moore ana the unknown
owners of tbeunnivlded one-t- nth part of lot
seven 17). in block lour (4). in th-t part or the
city or Rock Is, and. In the county of Rock Isl
and and state of ill nols. known and described
as the Cbiongo or Lower addition io said city
of Kock island, defendants in the above en
titled suit and each and every one of them.
Notice is hereby crlven tht tbe above ntltld
suit Is now pending In saia court and that eum
mons baa been is-ued against you tberetn:
r.ow, unless you - nail persona ly be and ap
pear before the said court on the fl'st day of
the next term tn reor, to be nonen in tbe
court house in the eity of Hock Islaod. in
tbe couuty of Rook fslar.d. stnte ot
Illinois, on tbe third Mondsy of Sep
tember next, to which time and place said
summons 14 made returnable, ana except.
ple-d. answer or demur to the bid complaint
in ia suit niea. mat tne same win oe taken
for confessed as against you and decree enter
Datrd at Kock is:ana 1 1., this l2tn day of July.
a. u. IV MJ.
OtoRr.m W. Gambi.b. Clerk of Bald Court,
Hen bt Curtis, Solicitor for Complainant.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. I
County Court of Rock Island County, to tbe
eofmber term, a u.. ltwu.
Reynolds Hays, administrator of the estate of
wilium Hays, deceased, v. Joseph Hays,
wu l m K Hays, jonn nays, rjuery Hays,
W iUIam F. Hays. Martha Kjan:
Affidavit of non-residence of Joseph Hays.
.mery nays ana wmmra tiays, jr-. an
fendants above named having been filed In
the office of the clerk of the county court of
Kork Island county,- notice Is hereby given
to tbe saia josepn Hurt, r.mery nays and
William Hays. Jr . that tbe said plaintiff. Rey
nolds Hays, administrator of tbe estate of
William Hays, deceatea. cm mea nis petition
In the said county conrt of Kock Island county
for an oraer to sen tne premises Belonging to
tbe estate of aid deceased, or so much of it
as may be needed to pay tbe debts of said de
ceased, and described as follows to-wit:
Part of the no theast one rourth ') or the
southwest one-fourth (SI of section Thirty
six () in township number ixteen (14) north
range number five (; west or tne tn principal
meridian in tbe Co j nty of Rock Island and
Htate of Illinois and that a summons baa been
Isaued out of said court against you, returna
ble at tbe September trnu. A. ti . 1900 .of aald
court, to be holden on tbe 8d day or Septem
ber. A. D. 1600. at tbe court houe in Rock Isl
and, in Koca Island county, Illinois.
Now, unless you, tne sma Joseph Havs.
Emery Hays and William Havs. Jr. shall
personally be and appear before tbe said county
court of Rock Island county, oil tbe first day
of the next term thereof, to be holden at
Rock Island In aald cwty. on tbe 8d day
of September, A. D. 1900, add plead, answer
or demur to the aald complainant's petition
filed therein, tne aaa.e and the matters and
things therein obarged aod stated will be
taken as confessed, and a, decree entered
against you according to toe prayer of said
Rock Itiana. Illinois. July c 1900.
H- B UrBiuxo. Clerk.
BB4BLS A Massbau. Compialnant a Sol2l-
A Special Invitation
Is extended to every lady In this city
to call at S1S1 Fourth avenue, and in
spect the splendid work being done
by the scholars in the Diamond
Garment Cutter school." The man
agers wish us to say to the public
that they only hare room for a few
more students. "First come, first
served." An investigation will con
vince those who are in favor of prac
tical education" that this is the
chance of a lifetime. Parents, if you
want your daughters educated in a
useful art of cutting and fitting any
kind of garments worn, our ad rice to
you is consult the managers of the
above named school ere it is to late.
We point a few words of commenda
tion from those who have taken at
vantage of the instructions.
Aa Experienced Dress Makers' Opinion.
Galesburg, 111., Nov. 8, 1899. I
took a course of lessons in the
Diamond Garment Cutting school and
can say that I am well pleased. I
have been following dressmaking for
several years, and have used other
systems of cutting, but find that thu
Diamond Garment Cutter is the best
of all. I can heartily tifcommend the
system as a perfect guide in the mat
ter of .cutting dresses, and in fact
garments of every description.
I am respectfully,
From Mollne, III.
Moline, 111., April 2. 1900. I have
taken full instruction in the Diamond
Garment Cutter and am delighted
with the system. With it I can per
fectly cut and fit any kind or stylo of
garment worn. I would not be with
out it. Yours truly,
Mrs. Axel CPetekson,
1728 Fourth (.venue.
WARD BROTHERS. Mana eers.
Bock Island, 111., SHI Fourth Avenna.
CHAS, E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N.J.
lraders Int. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Onion Ins. Co. Philadelphia, p.
Reckford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., Rockford, 111.
Offloe, Room S, Uuford block. Rates
aa low as oonsiatent with seourlty.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any
ean afford. Your
fiatronage la solid
ted. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents tbe following well
known Fire and Aooldent Insur
ftoeheater Barman ins (Jo Koeneater. M V
. Preeport. I
Hull Jo, N Y
...,Manabester, N H
. New York
Buffalo Qermaa "
New Hampshire "
Milwaukee Meobeoioe "
fidelity ana Carnally
Offloe corner Eighteenth street
Second avenue, second Door.
Summer Prices at McKown's.
We handle the cetebrated West
Virginia Smokeless, Pocahontas
and New River. Also Cross
Ceeek and Ix:liigii Valley An
thracite. Phone 1198, Fifteenth street
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Ar JTJBT THK THXjrO.
We aoake them fivtaf row
twelve different positions la
the dozen. Better ones wltk
etc bt, six, I our. three and two
different positions la tbe dos
o. AO rerularlly Boosted
ta thm latest finish at
C E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House. Beeond Ave
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