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rfHE ARGUS, THuBSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1900.
FobUahed Dally and Weekly at in Second
Avenue. Rock Island. ILL fBntered at tbe
Ponofflee m Second -else tcuver.l
or . w. ronre.
TERMS Dally, 10 eenta per waeat. Weekly
l.oo per annum in advanoe.
All eommnDlottlou of political or argumen
tative character, political or rcUclooa, Bust
have real name attached, for publleetkm. No
rueh article will be printed orar flUtioaa tig
Correspondence sol a ted from -every town'
ship la Bock 11 and county.
Thcksdat, September 13.
President. 'WILLIAM J. BYAS
Vice President ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Governor. SAMUEL ALSCHULEP.
Lieutenant Governor ELMER E. PERSY
Secretary of State. ...JAMES F. OTJONNELL
Auditor GEORGE B. PARSONS
Treasurer M. F. DUNLAP
Attorney General JAMES TODD
Trustees 1 JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
University of r CHARLES BLIS
Illinois. Mrs. JULIA HOLMES SMITH
M. C, Tenth Distiiit L. li. DsFORREST
Me-b.er f ' JOHN F. SM1T1
States Attorney S. R K EN WORTH Y
Circuit Cierk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J. E. LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F.-iicNABNEY
his fear thai
(i.t: will next declare
a republican congress
will reinonetie free silver.
The repuUiran party is made happy
ti small thing's the victories in V er
iiiont and Maine for instance.
Si.na ki: Mii.i v Ma-on s&vs he
jroicjj to make speeches for McKinley
on the tunc. He probably does no
luran the Porto Kican taiiiT.
Fok obvious reasons the declinatio
of former President Cleveland to eerve
on the Hague international peace com
im-sion 19 not onlv si sail but a seriou
disappointment to President McKin
lev, and incidentally to all connected
with his administration.
Mr. M Kim.ev bought the Filipinos
'on the hoot at i a head, and ha
o ir fiaugniereu oo.ouo oi inem, a
a cost of $6,2'0 a head. This is Ih
Hneeulation he wants tlie Amerio.-in
reople lo indorse at the polls. Will
thev do it!" Nit. Springfield Regis
Am i: shooting thousand of Kilt
pinos and desirojing their homes
i resident .McKiniey makes this as
tounding assertion in his letter of
acceptance: "Every effort has been
directed to their (Filipinos) peace and
prosperity, their advancement and
well being, not of our aggrandizement
or for pride of might, not for trade or
commerce, not for exploitation, but
for humanity and civilization." The
president's sincerity is really touch
annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Burlington will be held
at Chicago Nov. 7. Probably the most
incportant business to come up wi!
be a proposition to consolidate the
railroad properties tf the conipany'in
lowa. .Missouri and other states. I he
plan is to purchase franchises of all
railroad companies whose roads and
properties are now heiu m- the com-
pauv under lease. Several of these
in Illinois were so consolidated with
the parent company a year or two ago.
1u.11 hi.ican papers are making a
great parade of the fact that one
James McXamsrs, ex-sheriff, of Free-
port, III., has announced his intention
to support McKinlev. Why. bless
their dear deceptive souls, he has been
a supporter of republicanism ever
since the democratic llehpots vanish
ed from h.s ga.e four vearsago. Since
he could draw no more sustenanceout
of the public as a democratic office
holder he has never entertained ademo
crat'c thought c expressed a demo
cratic opiuinn. He was for McKinley
ween he was elected m lvjo. a man
who has been voting the republican
ticket for four years, is a pretty kind
of a man to hoist upon a jedesial and
point ti 11 evjdenc; of the growth of
McKinley ism among the people. Such
stuff will fool m sensible person, but
it is the Ut republicans cn do and
shows wbt desperate straits they are
in to make tLcnif fives believe that
nder GERM AM LAWS.
is Excel tent for
Rheumatism, Backache, efc
DR. KICMTER S WorU-Rsowwoedl
No grntiiDv without Trad Vsrfc "Iwrbor.
U'lut c r.e tvhygician out of niany tcUBe
Htw York. Ccf 2 I697 N,
I recommend Dr.
EXPELLER as useful i'r
Neuralgia Lumbago and
Uc and AOc at all drucguts or tnrougb
A J. Blrfeter m Co, XIS Pearl St, Sw lata I
they are getting along even fairly
well. Freeport Bulletin.
A careful poll of the 400 repre
sentative Germans attending the cen
tral verein convention at Peoria this
week shows that more than 95 per
cent of them pre for Bryan and the
republic. Nicholas Gowner, presi
dent of the verein, in hij address Sun
day night bitterly denounced the re
publican policy of imperialism, and
Lis remarks called forth deafening ap
plause. A. Von Tesmar. secretary,
and one of the most prominent mem
bers of the organization, said in an
interview: I am for Bryan, and you
can just put it down that he is goirg
to be the next president of the United
States. We are all for Bryan, and so
are 75 per cent of all the German
voters of the country, and we're go
ing to help elect him. The German
republicans have had their eyes
opened, and McKinley will not get
their votes this time."
Mr. Olney Litter.
Philadelphia Record (lad.)
Mr. Olney is strongin point of clear
statement, and his arraignment of the
republican party leaves bo weak epot
untouched. He is more forcible in
that he does not appeal to the weak
nesses or prejudices of the masses or
to the special interests or animosities
of the classes, but to the sober judg
ment of patriotic and thinking citi
zens. K?en those who do not indulge
in fear of the McKinley brand of im
perialism, who scout the idea of help
ing to slice up China and who believe
that in the legislature and judicial
departments up the government and
in the tin a! appeal to the sovereign
people, there is a safe bulwark against
temporary political tergiversations
and insanities will give a respectful
bearing to this clear-beaded appeal.
Whether the voter has made op his
mind to vote for McKinley or Bryan,
or not to vote, or to throw his bal
lot away on some impossible candi
dacy, still he should read the Olney
A Strtrkea People
The later the advices from the
frtorm swept tity of Galveston the
more appailiDg becomes the situation.
Insteau of the horrors Js?eaing as
days pass they appear to grow. Add
ed to the nil'ictijns of death and de
struction dealt bv the storm itself.
the miseiies of famine and
pestilence, and worst of all.
that of brutal vandalism, have come
upon the stricken city. The tituation
is one that cannot ever be properly
pictured, or even imagined. Sullice
it tj say that it is, from all reports
the most terrib'e and frighLful catas
trophe that has ever happend to a sin
gle community in the world's history.
And when are considered the ter
rors that have followed in the wake
of the lida.1 wave to torture a peo
pie already terrorized and in darkness,
forced to send their dead to funeral
pires or consign them to the deep
without in many, cases identifying
them, with lawlessness reigning on
every nana, and hends in human
shape preying on and mutilating the
remains of the tlood victims that have
not already been consigned to un
known graves, it is small wonder that
frenzied minds should give wav under
the strain and that the maniacal cry
should intensify the fearful state of af
niy is Kina ana sympathy is
sweet, but at such a time as this
charity alone can bestow blessing
Charity, noblest of gifts and purest of
virtues, can break through the clouds
that o erhang Galveston, and lessen
the effect of the awful blow that has
come upon her people.
it is to this charity that it is the
privilege of everyone to contribute.
There is more catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro.
nounced it a local disease, and pre
scrilied local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and. therefore.
requires a constitutional treatment.
Hail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
j. tneney s Co.. xoieuo, Uhio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
it acts airecuy on the blood and uni
ons surfaces of the system. Thev
offer $100 for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
IlaH's'Familv Pills are the best.
There Is a basis for the claim of the
opicure that be can distinguish bo-
ween American made and French or
talian made macaroni, spaebettl. ver
micelli, nouilles. etc. The Italian and
French makers employ In their manu
facture a special bard wheat crown
onl- in Taj-anroff, Russia.
To Car m Cold la On Day
take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E W. Grove's
signature on each box. Pric 25c.
Bow Bright Dlsaaao Starts.
Indigestion, biliousness, blood pois
oned with urea and uric acid (which
should have been excreted by the kid.
noys), rheumatic piins in nerves and
joints, causing irritation of the kid
neys, then pains over the small of the
back, mark sure approach of Bright's
disease. Do not delay taking Foley's
Kidney Cure, for it makes the kidneys
right. For sale by all druggists.
Subscribe for The Asocs. "
MILAN MI SINGS. '
Milan, Sept. 18. Mrs. Charles Mc
Cocnell anl her sons, Russell and
Ralph, lft Tuesday for their home in
Marcus, Iowa, after spending a month
with friends and relatives in Milan.
Miss Emma Dietmer, of Milan, and
Miss Emm i McCartney, of Rock Isl
and, left Wednesday for a trip to Chi
cago. James Willhite. of Rock Island,
moved back to Milan after rive years'
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnston left
Tuesday over the Peoria for Indian
apolis lor a week's visit among rela
tives. Henry Kennedy and family have
moved "to Rock Island, where Mr.
Kennedy has purchased a grocery
store on Twelfth street and Seventh
The schools opened with the follow
ing attendance Monday: Room No.
1. 50; No. 2. 47; No. 3, 26. and No.
D. T. Little was surprised at his
.residence on Dickson street Tuesday
evening by a number of friends. The
occasion was his birthday. The even
ing was pleasantly spent. A fine re
past was served.
G. R. Sydnor moved Wednesday to
Fair View, into the tine residence he
purchased of Joseph Huyett. Mrs.
M. Moorhead and son. Joseph, moved
into the house vacated by Mr. Sydnor
on Dickson street.
The Royal Neighbor camp No. 1204
gave a surprise supper to the Wood,
George Griffin has purchased the
Keunedy house on Water street. He
moved into it Tuesday.
II. J. Smith, who is employed at
Dibbern's hardware store, moved bis
family from Princeton, 111., to the Me
dill residence on Dickson street.
Cordova. Sept. 13. W. F. Tew
tended Morrison fair last week.
Mrs. T. Smith left Wednesday for
her home at Davenport. Wash.
Andrew Ong went to Lincoln, 111.,
Mrs. " Phillip Wilson is visiting in
Rev. McGillvrey spent last week in
The remains of Robert Kay were
brought hero from Preemption for
burial Tuesday on the 5 p. m. train.
Mr. Kay was well known in these
parts and a host of friends extend
their sympathy to the bereaved fam
ily. He It aves a wife and rive child
ren to mourn his demise.
ALL AROl'NO ANDALISIA.
Andalusia, Sept. Miss Mable
Brookman has gone to Central City
la . to visit relatives.
Mrs. John Stropes has gone to
Clarksville, Mo , to visit.
Fred Simmons has moved here from
Mrs. William Stewart has returned
home again after a short visit with
relatives in our village.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mosher were
surprised Sunday by all of their chil
dren coming home, the occasion be
ing their 324 wedding anniversary
I bey received a number of nice pres
Value of Man's Life.
The supreme courts have recently decided
tbiit tie life of the average man Is worth
jUHtwhatbe is able loea'n. A man's earn
inga depend to a ?reat extent upon hi health
and it Is always within his power to improve
bis condition. The stomach Is the measure of
health and strength. Every man may be
bright, active and happy. If Ids digestion
normal. If it Is not. Hostetter's Stomoh Hit
tcra will make it S3. It puts the digestive or
gans in condition to digest ana properly as
similate food. Try it for constipation, indiges
tion. dyspeptit, biliousness, liver or kidney
troubles. There Is nothing just as good. The
genuine has our private revenue stamoover
the neck of the bottle.
Does it fay to Bar CnenpT
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds is all right, but yon want some
thing that will relieve and care the
more severe and dangerous rults of
throat and lung troubles. What shall
you do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? les, if possible; if
not possible for you, tlten in either
case take the only remedy thai has
been introdoced in all civilized coun
trie3 with success ia severe throat and
troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stim
ulates the tissues to destroy the germ
disease, but allays inflammation,
causes easy expectoration, gives a
good night's rest, and cures the pa
tient. Try one bottle. Recommend
ed many years by all druggists in the
woild. bam pie bottles at I . H.
Notlco of Publication.
State of micols. l
Countvof Rook Uiand w
In tba Circuit Court to the September term,
a u.. 1J0.
Marcaret A. Williams vs. David E. Williams.
AXdavit of the non-retidenee of the above
named defendant. David E. Williams, having
been Bled In the office of the clerk of the cir
cuit court of said Hock Island county on the
lrfth day of Autrubt. A. D.. lfcCO. notice ts here
by given to the said non resident defendant,
said David E. Williams, that the complainant,
said Margaret A. Williams, filed her bill of
cone pi an. t In said cause, la said circuit court
of Itock Island county on the chancery aide
thereof, on the Itth day of August. A. u ,
!.(. and that thereupon a summons issued out
o! said court, returnable nn the third Monday
of the ironthof September next, the same be
te? the tirvt day f the September term. A.
A . 1t0. of said court, as Is by law required.
Now. unless you. the aaid non-resident
de'endanu David L Williams, shall be and
t-erwuaaliy appear before the said circuit j
court, on the trrst day of the next Sep- j
leather term thereof, to be bolder! at the
court house in the city of Root Island,
In and for the said county, on the third
M jtdsr in the month of September next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ants bill of complaint, the same and the mat
ters and things therein contained, charged
arid stated, will be taxes as coufeanad and de
cree entered against you acoordisg to the
Dated at tbe city of Rock Island, tn the
coustv of Kock Island. In tbe atate of Illinois,
this 16th dv of Aug-isV A. D . I'M
UEO&GE W. GAMBLE. Circuit Clerk.
(Tin Ixi Yrs H2 trp Bx&
Acts gently on the
manses the System
1 UMU " PERMANENTLY
W7 TNt 4tMVINt-MH'F O
THE DOCTORS EXTEND THEIR
Owing to the Vast Numbers Who Have
Been I'oable to See tbe llrHlh Doc
tors, Tbese Kmloeut Ueotlemeu
Have Extended the Time for tllr
lng Their Services Free for
Three Months to All Who
Call Before Sept. SO.
Owing to the large number of in
valids who have called upon tbe Brit
ish doctors at their oliice. lUUa second
avenue, and who have been unable to
see them, these eminent gentlemen
have, by request, consented to con
tinue giving their services free for
three months to all invalids who call
upon them before Sept. 20. These
services will consist not only of con
sultation. examination andadvics, but
also of all minor surgical operations.
I he oriect in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and amicted.
ana under no condition whatever will
aoy charge be made for any services
rendered for three months "to all who
call before Sept. 20.
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 ex
amination is made, and if incurable.
you are frankly and kindly told so;
also aavisea against spending your
money lor useless treatment.
Mate and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and all diseases of the rec
tum are positively cured by their new
Dr. E. V. Heaton, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute, assisted
bv one or more of his staff associates.
is in personal charge.
Oliice hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p,
m. No Sunday hour?.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for question blank for
Richer in Quality lhan most
Compare them with ether Ggar and
roe find good reasons for their costing
Cbe dealer more thaw other brands
FRANK P ItWIS. PCORU.IIL
0HI5INATCR TIN FOIL SMOKER PACKAGE
Sunday, Sept. 16.
THE OMEI'V EVENT OF THE aEASQN
roo Rich to Marry."
rii'ection of Levi Brother A cometfy
teeming with laughter f . r e till fail
of curtail. Infused wih mirth provok
ing situation and startling climaxes.
Prices iSc. fxjc and 7Sc. Sest.s on sie
at Bl:uer s j ewelry store.
UhocmThc Owectiom Op GtAMsexuN Kindt IlCa
Newly refitted and entirely remod.el.
Handsomest theatre in tbe west.
Grand opening of tbe seanoti.
THIIIE NI;iIT COMMENCIXG
- Monday, Sept. 17.
ANDREWS OPERA COMPANY
Monday IL. TROVATORE. TuesSay
C a KM EN. Wednesday EKMINIK. A
great east and big eborus. Aagmeot
Prieeatl. 7Se 50c. t5e. Satsalebc
i Saturday soru at Fluke a.
Diamond Garment Cutter
School to be Motd to 17191-2
Second Avenue, Monday
Morning, Sept. 19.
The attendance increasing so rapid
ly the manager was compelled to se-
n n ro larrror nnarlara Tho itfnnlfl Vf
our city are beginning to real;ze-rbe
great benefits the ladies derive from
Euch a practical education as this
school furnishes at a very nominal
expense. We believe if those whore
interested in the "art of dress" will
call at the school rooms and investi
gate the system of instruction they
will all appreciate
The Great Advantages Such a
School Is to Our City.
The manager, C. B. Ward, requests
us to urge upon all the ladies to cali
at the rooms and see the work being
done by the pupils. Certainly snch an
education is of great value to anyone,
and while we believe in a theoretical
education, we would urge upon all not
to neglect the "practical." which all
must have in order to succeed.
Diamond Garment Culter School
rpHE JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL,
A Chicago. IU. Faculty includes Hon. Jno.
Jewett, dean: Judge Jenkins, U. s. courts:
Ju-tice Ourtwrighu Illinois supreme court;
Luther Latlln Mills: Hon. tleorpe E Adams;
Hon. William J. Calhoun: John W. K n:Fred A.
Smith: W. H. Hyrenforth: A. J. Kddy: S. S
Gregory: James S. Harlan and others. Opeps
&ept ts. uav ana evening cla&ses r or an'
nouncernent address the secretary. Kaward T.
' Dearboru street, Chicago. 111.
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
T"R. A. L. THOMPSON TREATS ALL
-L-r chronic diseases, functional disorders,
nervous aid mental troubles. Consultation
free. 1&07 Fourth avenue.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island county. (
In the Circuit Court. September term. A. D.
Immj. Micull I. Morris vs ibe uzknowu heirs
or devisees of Patrick Buckley, deceased
Margaret Huckley. Anna Carlton, the tin
known heirs or devisees of lienjamin Mc
ivav. ae sensed, tne unknown heirs or
devisees of John Hankley. deceased. Mary
Murphy, the unknown heirs or devisees of
Margaret Maroncy. deceased. Patrick llucv
ley, iJunfel Buckley . James Huckley, Cathe
ilce Buckley. William L. Buckley. Berth
f isher. Anna LSuck'ev. Martin Kucklev, tb
unknown heirs or devisees of A. J. Harris,
deceased. Warren Buck'ey, Daniel Uuck'cy
iienry isucKiey. unanes Mucmey, unage
unan. jocn.Nunan Anna.Nunu. John Hlk
Larkln and the unknown owners or parties
interested in tne noutn tnirty-seven yil
feet of lot number ten (10), in block
number six (f), in Spencer & Case s ad
dition to the city of Rjck Islaod. in "the
county of Kock Island and utate of I li
nois. more particularly described as follows
Beginning at tbe corner of said lot ten (lni
at the intersection of Adams street and Or
leans street, theme east on tbe south line of
said lot, sixty () fret, thence north along
the east line of bald lot ten (10). thirty-seven
(ST) feet, thence west on a line parallel with
tbe south line of said lot sixtv (60) reet to
Adams ttreet, thence south on tbe east lin
of said Adams street to tbe place of begin
n'ng or any part thereof in chncery.
Affidavit of the non-rctldence of Daniel
Buckley. James Buckley, the unknown
heiis or devisees of Patrick- Buckley
Deceased, tne unknown neirs or aevisees o
John Buckley, deceased, tbe unknown heirs or
aevisees oi Margaret Maroney. deceased
Catherine Buckley. William L. Buckley
Her ha Fisher. Annie Buckley. Martin Buckley,
Warren Buckley. Daniel Buckley, Henry Buck
ley, Charles Buckley, the unknown heirs or de
visees or 4. J. ti arris, decreased, tbe un
known heirs or devisees of Benjamin
nicivay, deceased, and the unknown own
ers or parties interested in the above
described premises of tbe above defend
ants named, having been bled In the offloe
of the clerk of said circuit court of Kock Isl
and county, notice is hereby given to the said
non-resiaent aetenaants, that the complitinan
tiled his billof complaint In said court, on the
cnancery kide thereof, on tbe lnth day of Au
gust A. D. 11KJ0. and that a summons thereupon
issued out or saia court against said defend-
ants, returnable on the 16th dav of September
a. u ivuu, as is oy law requirea.
Nnw, therefore, utiles you tbe said
Daniel Buckley, James IJ"ck ev. the un
known heirs or devisees of Patricli Bucklcv
deceased, the unknown heirs or devisees of
John Buckley, deceased, tbe unknown heirs or
aevisees or Margaret Maroney. deceased
Catherine Buckley. William L. Buckley, liertba
risoer. Annie ouckiey, Martin Buckley, War
ren nucmey, uamei UUCklev. uenrv Buck
ley, Charles Buckley, the unknown heirs
or aevisees or A. J. Harris. deceased
tbe unknown heirs or devl&eea of Hn.
lamia Jticaiay deceased, and tbe unkno
owners or parties interested in the said south
miny-seven ts, reet of lot ten ( lOi. in block
six (6). in Spencer A Case's addition to tbe city
of Kock Island. In the county of Rock Island
ana state or Illinois, more DarMeularlv d
scribed as follows: Beginning at tne corner of
said lot ten (10), at the Intersection of Adams
street ana urieafisstreet. thence east on the
south line of said lot sixty (V) feet, thence
norm a ong tne east line or d lot thirty
seven (37) feet, thence west on a line parallel
wim me auum une oi saia lot sixty (rjO) feet to
Adams street, thence south alonr the east
line of said street to the place of beginning, or
any part inereoi. snail personally be ana appear
uciurt miu i:ucuii court ox KOCKlKiana count
ju me ur uay oi me next icm tnereor to be
bolden at the court bouse in the city of Rook
Island in said county, on the 17tb day of bep-
icujucr a - u. i j. ana . oeia. anMwer or
aemur to tne saia complainant s bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters and things
therein charged and stated will be tkli.n mm
confessed, and a decree entered against you
tvuuiuiu. w luc oilier VI Hlftia Ul.l .
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my nana ana aQxed the seal of said court, at
my umce in iwwk liano, this lSlb day OI AU
gust A. D. 1W0.
Georgi w. Gamblb, Clerk.
O. E. Cram bb Complainant' solicitor.
Aug. 15th. A. lx. lwuo.
Notice of Assignee's Sa'e.
The undersigned. George F. Itoh. assignee
of the 'J' win -City Purified Milk company, a cor
poration, hereby gives notice that he will, on
tbe Eleven th day of September, A. D. lMjo, at
toe nouroi ten o ciocic a. m or said day. at
tbe storeroom known as number i'.Oo fb:.d
avenue, io the eity of Rock Island. Illinois sell
at public auction, to the highest nidder. for
ea-a In hn3 on the day of sale, all the ma
chinery, fixtures, appliances and other prop
erty former.y of said Twin-City PuriBed Milk
company, cow held by such assignee, and con
tained io said storeroom, and the basement
under same, and consisting cbieGy of the fol
lowing: Crae Alpha separator No. 1. 1 milk receiving
vat 1 cooiing coil. 1 Pons pa.turi.er. 1 Ideal
tester, t bot water heater ar d connections. Z
b-utle tillers. 1 water pump, 3 large lined vats,
I Westiaihouse .Vhorse-pwer electric motor.
J milk heaters. 1 counter d-sk and rail;sg, I
Mrxilervafe. 1 office denk and cbalr. I l.rir
I Beiding ice box. shafting and pulleys, leather
rrelting. miik cans, galvanized iron and wooden
bottle trays, and other articles
L-atea at kock lsiaau, i;unois, mm ist day or
September. A. V. 1M.
GeoRGi F. Roth.
Jacksow &. Hbmi and
W. J. EjiraiKia.
At tome j& tor Arjnst
.ts?J-i. -3:. - -
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED BOY 16 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE.
Call at lfltr Fourth avenue
WANTED TWENTY-FIVE CORN
sbuckers .by the canning company at
Sears. Five cent oar fare.
WANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OILSALES
man, on commission or salary. Afdress
Quaker oil and Implement company, Cleve
ANTFD T WO MEN COLLECTORS AND
1 V solicited for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. 59 Mitchell
tween o and 6 p. m.
& Lynde building, be-
TANTED IXX3AL SOLICITING AGENT
V for accident Insurance: one who can
devote suflicleni time to the business to make
It profitable. Address -E. M." akuus,
ITTANTKD FIRST-CLASS FRATERNAL
vr Insurance man. Contraet for charge of
Rock Island and Moline to desirable party
Apply from u:.M toll a. in. Dr. Burkhardt's
office, 1719 Second avenue.
tlTANTF.D HUSTLING AGENTS TOSELL
v r our Incandescent gasoline lamps. Kacn
burner produces 100 candle power light: all
stores want them: good inducement to rella
ble salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Manstleld. Ohio.
ANTED T ONCE. A MAN WITH A
to advertise and introduce our
goods in the country. Straight salary $15
weekly and expenses. Seed stamp. Monarca
Manufacturing Company, Department 7-1,
XT ANTED AN OLD LINE LIFE INSTJR-
v v ance company, of New York, would be
plea.ed to negot'ute with the right man for
the position ot disinet manager ior mo-tk isl
and count v. Aciare-s j-. rt Arvin, rauua-er,
1301 Mona3nock building, Chicago.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
TT ANTED A (
OOD GIRL FOR GENERA L
housework at 1110 Fourth avenue.
ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at P37 Twenty-second street
ANTED DININll ROOM GIRL AT
Wright a restaurant, lvsi SeconJ ave-
TTTANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at Wi Twenty-tlrst
WANTED DRESSMAKING AT 14 ii SKC
ond avenue. Satisfactory fluting and
WANTED A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework, at once. Call at 600 Third
WANTED-tiIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AT
Eleventh street. No cooking or
WANTED - COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general huse work. Good wages. Ap
ply 80!t Twenty-second street.
WANTED A YOl'N'a GIRL OF IS OR 16
years of aee to helo In light housework.
Call at 616 Nineteenth street.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
TTTA NTED A POSITION COOKING IN A
vv hotel, restaurant or boarding house.
Call at 204 'third avenue. Lulu Irving.
WA NTED WELLS OR CISTERNS TO
dig or wall. Sidewalks and chimneys
by Henry Robwedder. 1241 Elm
rCTANTED POSITION BY YOUNG MAN
v as cashier or bead bookkeeper: ex nerl
enced: A 1 references,
Address "Z. & U.
TJAOS. RUBBERS, ETC. SEND P08TAL
A t card or leave word at 'ill I Fourth ave
nue It you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell,
I will come to your house and pay you from
60 to 76 per hundred for rags. AU calls will re
ceive prompt attention, ii. F. Klugger.
JP. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand goods.
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of a'ove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1513
FYOU WANT TO BUY. BELT.. TRADE
or rent anything, engage beln or secure a
situation, tne Mail is the one paper in Moline
that can do It for you. Mall wants are dodu-
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the price to all alike, cash In ad.
vance. z-cent stamps win ao. evening and
Bnndav Mall. Moline. 111.
pROF. T- J. WILSON. SUCCESSFULLY
treats chronic and nervous disease ac-
eordlr g to ment a and suggestive therapeutic.
Consultation free. 31 4 Twentieth street.
Rock Island. 111.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOA"N IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L. Come.
ZM Seventeenth street, up stairs.
WfONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MDRT
All gage loans by W. H Eastman. 1712 Sea-
ocd avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makes oolleotlona hard oaea a specially.
WANTEDTO WAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches jewelry, hardware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
gox!s. furniture, etc. Highest casn prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also
The above goods tor sale at ball tbe usual
store prices. All business transaction striatly
confidential. His new number and location.
123 Second avenue Don't forget it. J. W.
JoD.ee, Two rl&s-s on 117.
fr ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
H and board at iSM Fourth avenue.
tage. No children.
A SMALL COT
Address "F. !.,''
WANTED A HOUSE OF FOL K OR FIVE
rooms centrally located. Address ' It
WANTED TO RENT AN S RtKM HOU-. F.
with modern Improvements. Addrc.s
'Seneca," care Ant, us
WANTED TWO OR T1IKKP: UNFUR
nlshed ro.-nis at once. Must be cent -ally
located. Address W. G. C . A Htitjs office.
WANTED HOUSE IN GOOD REP A in,
from four to six rooms ulihln w;.iiiin.
distance of Harper house.
Inquire O. N.,-
WANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OFSKV
en or eight roomsbetween Seventeen' li
and Twenty-tl'tb streets and Fifth and Four b
avenues. Address "D." Akiics.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeen' h
and Tweniy-rlfth streets and Ninth and Fourth
avenues, with burn. Address L ," Argus.
WANTED -BY YOUNG COUPLE. TWO
or tnree unfurnished rooms for light
bousekeeDing. or small modem flat. Must bo
centrally located. Address V," care AKurs.
rrTANTED EVERYBODY CALL THAT
T uses a straw, chip or leghorn
Cleaned and bleached while jou wait - fn cent
each. -!f Fifteenth street, opponte court,
house, Kock Island.
WANTED LOVERS OF ART TO LEAKN
to paint your own pictures New meth
od of painting and enlarging life like portrait
bvsbadowgraph Taught for Stud to 21S
Fifteenth street, opposite court house. Rock
FOR REN f HO USES ;
FOR RENT FLAT OF THREE Ri ) 'MS
over stora, 1515 Second avenue.
Inquire "J. H.
TTiOIt RENT A 7-RI KIM HOUSE AND
at 1006 Third avenue. Apply on
FOR REST HOUSE C?F FIGHT ROOMS
at 2H1F Fifth-und-one-half avenue. In
quire at ihii Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH
modern imnrovements at -JMf7 Flftli-and a-
balf avenue. Inquire ou premises.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. AT WA
Fifteenth street, with all modern con
reniences. FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM
new remodeled bouse. Call at
FOR RENT A FTTRNISHEDROOM SUIT A -ble
for two persons. Call at 1U08 Second
avenue; second floor.
RENT-LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
th all conveniences: one or two votinir
men. Call at 1006 First avenue between 7 and
IjIOR RENT A NICELY FURNISH! D
A. second floor room; outside entrant;. ;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
Apply at 2801 Seventh avenue.
"r"te)R RENT VERY DESIRABLE FUR-J-
nlshed room for gentleman; also one for
man and wife. Steam heat, electric light
porcelain bath, three rrlnutes' walk from
Spencer square. Addreis X. T.. care of A ft.
ova, with references.
FOR R1CNT IN THE VIRGINIA. LARGE
rooms, well furnished, gas. bath and
steam brat. Rooms II 60 to 15 per week A
well appointed borne table. Special rate by
the week. Rest location In the rlty. Corner
Thirteenth street and Second avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
T7K3R SALE A 9.ROOM HOUSE ON SIXTH
A. avenue near Twenty-eighth street for
13.300, by Hull it Co.
TjlOR SALE OR TRADE-A STORE BUIM-J-
log for real estate In South I Cock Inland
Apply at 1427 becond aveoue.
"CXJR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
JL lot 80x160. nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, between Eleventh and Twelfth street
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson s
"CX)R BALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AI
A7 dJtlon bv EL J. Burns, room 1Z. Mitchell A,
Lynde building. Tbese lots are on HI xth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street atroet car lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-oX"ARE PIANO. KIMBALL
make. Call at 661) Twenty-lblrd street.
FOR SALE ENTIRE HOUSFJIOLDGOODS
Including hard and soft coal stoves, etc
Inquire at ll Third avenue.
T7V5R SALE A
LATE IMPROVED SMITn-
Premler typewriter, inquire of Harper
TJrOR S A LE -FIRST C LA S S CIG A R ST A NI)
-T and bliiia'd hall Good location and good
businew. Party going away. Sellcheap. Ap
ply at 3100 Fifth avenue. Kock Iiaod.
TpOR SALE COAL IN ANY QTJANITY
X? of M bushels or over at per too, de
ttrered C. O. D. to aoy part of the olty.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
bop, Rook Island, or Enoe James, Milan
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