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rHB ABGrTJS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. t!J0O.
Wbtltbea Dally acd Weekly at 10M aeons
Avenue, Roe Island, UL Enters t the
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1.00 per unum In tdTue.
aU communications of polltieal or ufUtfH1
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blp In Book Island county. .
Fkidat, October 19.
') Xatlonai Ticket.
President. WILLIAM J. BRYAN
Vice President ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Governor...". SAMUEL A LSCHULER
Lieutenant Governor ELMER E. PERRY
Secretary of State.... JAMES F. O'DONNELL
t Auditor GEORGE B. PARSONS
( Treasurer M. F. DUNLAP
Attorney General JAMES TODD
Trustees I JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
Uttlyerslty Of CHARLKS BLISS
Dllnoia. ) Mrs. JULIA HOLMES SMITH
M. C, Tenth Distrljt L. H. DeFORREST
M"uSol'( ioUIi F" SM1TU
State's Attorney S. R. KENWORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J. E. LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F. McNABNEY
It in the ronlrnllon nt Ihr Demo
rrafle iiartj- that tbe rntltntion tn
wnd mini le luprrme over every
Portion of our i-nnnlrr. Hrurt thero
cwn be no unrb hlnr n A mrri.
an colony brlonKlnc to tbe I nll-d
"tales over "lileli nor constitution
tias no Jarisillrtlon. Sach n situation
is inpnMlblr andrr oar form of
rriimrnt. It noild lie an nnont
air. David 11. Illll.
It is a nrk and neck race between
me coers ana 'I'inos to see who can
make peace most interesting for John
liuii and Lnciebam respectively.
Iiik biscuit trust must pay the
Hour trust's price for its raw mater
ial, but the man who eats the biscuit
pays tribute to. both the Hjurand bis
Tiik small manufacturer has been
forced out of business by the trusts
juiu muis ana lactones are monu
ments to the unhampered growth cf
Old Abe Lincoln would probably
lass the year 1500 as oue of thote
times when all the people refused to
bo fooled and he'd be on the people's
bice against ine tricksters.
Tueke are no trusts, says Mirk
Hanna, yet Mark Hanna is compelled
to rise at all hours of the nioht and
beat a kettle drum for the purpose of
driving the trust bogevman off the
A foktt years' experience of popu
lar assemblies has taught me, that
you must give them time for every
step tney take. If too hard nnshed,
tbey balk, and the machine retro
grades Thomas Jefferson.
The Hfiilippine war is over," the
administration declared some time
ago, and yet daily reports are received
of American soldiers being killed and
captured ana rnipinos slaughtered,
and the war taxes keep right on.
While 150,000 starving miners in
Pennsylvania are appealing, in vain to
the coal trust for living wsges, Mark
Hanna is giving Lucullan feats to
Chicago millionaires and assessing
them for the purpose of perpetuat
ing" MoKinley prosperity.
There will be a democratic major
ity of not less than. 10 in the next
bouse. That is the way the demo
cratic congressional campaign com
mittee figures it out, and in doing the
figuring allowance has been made for
every reasonable contingency. Re
publicans privately admit that these
figures are very conservative and that
they have almost given up hope of re
taining control of the house unless
tbre is a change in public sentiment
amounting almost to a stampede be
fore election day. Even the republican
congressional committee has not been
putting oct any claims except in the
most perfunctory way of a republi-
O'ic of the most danger
ous end repulsive
forms of Kidney
Tili are the only
certain rvire. In Drorsv
the Kidneys are actually
r'a-nti.i ftp, and the water.
sw rmr la
which shor.H be erpelled ra tie
fr-rm of wine, floxrs beck and
IrHpes in the cells of th flesh
0nd puns out the skin. Remove
the !tli which plugs up the
drain. Restore the Kidneys to
health. There is only one Kidney
can majority in the house. On the
contrary, its chairman, Representa
live Babcock, has been preparing his
party for defeat. Among toe contin
gencies allowed for by the democratic
committee are losees cf seats In New
York and Pennsylvania, which the
party managers in those states are
confident of saving.
The death of William L. Wilson re.
moves from the arena of human ac
tivity a most interesting tignre. He
was the student in politics. He was
a college president when first elected
to congress and he was a college preaj
ident when he died. He entered con.
gres in 1833 and reraainel there un
til called into the cabinet of Cleveland
as postmaster general in 1895. In
congress he'becime chairman of the
ways and means committee and he
had charge of the reform tariff meas
ure which bore his nana. He was
clean and honest in his personal and
political life and commanded the re
spect and confidence even of his oppo
WHEttK TUKY STAND.
Ex-Speaker Thomas B. Reed, for a
long time the guide of republican pal-
icy in congress, preserves an expres
sive silence.oii the political campaign
aim its issues.
Ex-President Benjamin Harrison
says that he will vote for .MeKinley
but he continues his policy with ref
erence to imperialism contrary to
right principles, and hence will not
make a speech for him.
Ex-Senator and ex-Secretary John
Sherman is as silent as the fabled
Ex-Senator and ex-Secretary, of the
Interior Carl bchurz is supporting
isryan on tne ground that the imper
laiism of tne republican leaders men
aces the welfare or Uie country.
Ex-Secrelary George S. Unit well
holds the same views.
TIIK (Jl KSrlOX-IJOKS IT FAY?
The only argument the republican
can use in defense of their policy o
conquering and holding the Philip
pines is that it will pav. Sigiuund
Zeislcr, a prominent German in Chi-
cigo. shows how well it will pay in
r . . , . . ....
'i can taiK on nut one subject im
perialism. The figures of the repub
licans have interested me. They say
that the enormous sum of $3,000,000
represents our imports to the Philip
pines. I find that nearly half of this
enormous sum is for beer and liquor
nt there for our soldiers to drink
Oits and other supplies for our sol
diers also tigure largely. In fact,
see that we need more soldiers to pro
tect our growirg trade with our own
THE WROXCi TUKOKV.
Mad as the republican leaders are
with the lust of power and conquest
and as determined as tbev are to try
to turn this liberty-loving republic
into a world-conquering . empire
founded on no higher principle than
that which dominated the dark ages
of the world's youth "might makes
right" tbey do not dare to publicly
proclaim that purpose as plainly as
tx-Longressman liungan, of Ohio,
once a democrat, did in a speech made
in Washington, in which he attempted
to jusiiiy Air. juctviniev ana his im
perialistic policy in the Philippines
ine ioiiowing sentence from Mr. Dun-
gan's speech reveals the true inward
ness of the republican policy which
they have been anxiously trying to
conceal by general talk about better
iug the condition of the poor natives
and improvement in American com
nieree: In my opinion, title is faxed
only by the survival of the fittest, and
that is why America is troin;' to rule
the earth." In other words, no peo
ple's title to their own country is good
against the greed and avarice of a
stronger country. Surely a majority
of Americans arc not willing to ent
me i-uin century coampioning sucn a
Notwithstanding the late astounding
and deplorable evidence of the at
tempt to introduce the un-American
idea of intolerance and proscription.
so repeatedly stamped out under the
heel of righteous indignation in Illi
nois in the past, in the present cam
paign it was not suspected that the
evidence of the bold movement in
that direction would crop out. Never
theless here it is.
The Pana Palladium exposes these
methods in that locality. The presi
dent and secretary of the A. P. A. so
ciety there are writing letters to the
society trying to steer the members
by commending McKlnley's Philip
pine policy. A. P. A. people are told
in the circular letters how control by
this country in the Philippines "will
break the power of the Catholic
church and redeem 10.0C0 000 to
Protestantism." This is the scheme in
Illinois. They give but the idea that
Dick Yates is ia sympatbv with the'
purposes of the society. if not a mem-1
her of it, and while looking after Mc-j
Klnley's interests. Brother Tates
ehould not be overlooked. Of coarse
the letters donot come out as we have
explained them, but they are plain
enough for members of tbe order to
understand them. The Palladium ia
its expose of letters written to J. A.
Becker, a democratic ex-member of
the society in Pana. says:
Having once been a member of the
A. P. A. 'a we do positively tay that
tbe life of the A. P. A. order is in the
Clarence P. Johnson, the hed of
the order in this state, is now holding
a job under John R. Tanner, and the
man who is running for republican
governor is no doubt a member btfore
thi3. " Sorse cf tht good re
public&cs ia the stat would bhorri
ned to know that Dick Yates, when
running for county jndge, made appli
cation to the A. P. A. ' to become a
member of the order, and for purely
political effect and to convince certain
ones that he was . going to become a
member, he was permitted to carry
his signed application card for exhibi
tion, until the meeting of the order."
SAD FATE OF COMPOSER.
Pried rlehsen'a Mind
His Mails on sale.
Brooding over the death of hfs
daughter, Elfa, after her return from
a musical course at Liepsic, has re
sulted in the insanity of Conrad Fried
richsen, Dave d port's gifted composer,
who is now in the Mount Pleasant
asylum. A slight improvement is
noted in his condition and there is
hope that eventually he will recover
his mind. In the meantime, his wife,
without other means of support, has
placed upon the market a 'group of
her husband's best compositions, en
tilled "Scherzo Ballade." "Souve
nir de Chopin," "Kenig Gavotte,"
ElnTraom." "A Batterily," "True
Love." "Angarische" and" vConsola
tion." Critics have pronounced them
musical gems, and a large sale is pre
dicted for them. Undoubtedly people
generally of the three cities and other
communities, knowing the circum
stances of the sad condition of this
gifted musician, will be glad to em
brace an opportunity to contribute
toward the afflicted family, while,
later on, when the comfTbsitions be
come circulated and better known and
appreciated, it is not unlikely they
will command a ready market in other
It Happened lu a Drag; Store.
One day last week a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand
of cough medicine that I did not have
in stock." says C. R. Grandin. the
popular druggist of Ontario, X. Y
"She was disappointed and wanted to
know what cough rreparation I could
recommend. I said to her that I
ould freely recommend Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy, and that she
could take a bottle of the remedy and
after giving it a fair trial if she did
not find it worth the money
back the bottle and I would refund the
price paid. In the course of a day or
two the lady came back in company
with a friend in need of a cough med
icine and advised her to buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I
consider that a very good recommcn
dation for tLe remedy." Tne remedy
owes its great popularity and exten
siv6 sale in a large measure to the
personal recommendations of people
who have been cured by its use. it
is for sale by all druggists..
Chronic Kneomatlsm Cared.
Dr. 11. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., savs: "For several months
after spraining my ankle I was severe
ly alllictcu with rheumatism. I tinally
tried Deletion's Mystic Cure for Kheu
matism, and in foujr days could walk
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mys
tic Cure to all who are aim c ted with
rheumatism.'' Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Oustave Schlegel & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
'Where There Is Life There Is Hope.
1 was afflicted with catarrh; could
neither taste nor smell and could hear
but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured i
it. Marcus G. Shautz, Rahway, N. J.
Tbe Balm reached tan safely and the
ellect is surprising. My son says the
first application gave decided relief.
Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman,
Dover, N. 11.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. bold by druggists or
will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely
Hrothers, ob W arren street, New
, To Stop a Cold.
Alter exposure or when you feel a I
sold coming on, take a dose of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It never fails to
stop a cold if taken ia time. Take
nothing else. For sale by all d rug
Don't be deceived or humbugged by
people who claim the discovery of
some nitherto unknown nero or root
in swamps, or on some mountain or
prairia, for the cure of kidney or
bladder troubles. Any doctor or
druggist will tell you that such claims
are fraudulent. Foley's Kidney Cure
simply contains remedies that are
recognized by the. most skillful physi
cians as the best for these complaints,
so don't be credulous or foolish. For
sale by all druggists.
Krom a. Vl'lfe'a Diary.
Yesterday my husband exclaimed
This evening he has just exclaimed
Hoot, monf at my fete cbampetre.
flow humiliating to be' married to
such a clod of a man, iwith no souk
none of tbe finer sensibilities! Detroit
Coach end Works Off the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one dav. No cure, no
pay. Price 25c. J
Por Orer Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens tbe gums
allays all pain, cares wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle. (
I have always nfed Foley's Honey
and Tar cough medicine, and think it
the best in tbe world." ays Charles
Bender, a newsdealer of Erie, Pa. For
sale by all druggists.
THE COCTORS EXTEND THEIR
Owing to the Vast Number Who Have
Been Cnable to See the BrltUn Doe
tors, These Eminent Gentlemen
nave Extended the Time for Glv
Inc Their feervlees rree for
Three Months to All Who
Call Before Nor. 20.
Owing to the large number of in
valids who have called upon the Brit
ish doctors at their office. 1C23 Third
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
npon them before Nov. 20. These
services will consist not only pi con
sultation, examination and advice,
but also of all minor surgical opera
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and afflicted,
and under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Nov. 20.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a care 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 advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male 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. T. O. Felts, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute., assisted
by one or more of his staff associates
is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8
m. No Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call
send stamp for question blank for
Washington, V. u., uenesee rure
Food company, Lc Roy, N. Y. Get
tlemen: Our family realize so nine
from the use of Graiu-O that I foil
must say a word to induce others to use
it. If people are interested in tliei
health and the welfare of their chi!
dren they will use no other beversge
1 have used them all, but Oram U
have found superior to any, for tb
reason that it
It is exasperating 'to one who ha
used Foley's Honey and Tar and know
what it win uo, to nave a dealer rec
ommend something else as "just tb
same" or "just s good." There
nothing "just as good" for colds
coughs, croup, lagrippe, etc. For
sale by ail druggistn.
A Cannel Coal Fire.
Wh!n conversation I.igs, there a a'
ways food for thought, fancits. visions
Irnt.be bright glow of coal fire dimes
comfort and warmth as well. You
should order a ton of Cannel Coal of
Frazer at once and keep a fire going In
tbe grate until It K cold enough to start
E. G. FRAZER.
Dmc sa tlct S SuIRt.
T rtr IX nr Clpn m st Cat
Oh, My Bach!
This is an almost daily expression with
many people, both men and women,
.for the ocnefit ot those who are thus
afflicted we wish to say that Bab risen 's
Rex Belladonna and Capkiamtn plaster
is an almost ia&tsnt relief. Wear one
a few days or weeks and you will feel
like a new person. Call and talk to u
aoout them even If you do cot buy We
also carry a full hse of Madame Yale's
BAHNSEH3 DRUG STORE.
No. 331 Twentieth Street.
WANTED MALE HELP. -
WANTED T WO GOOD CARPENTERS.
Apply to R. U. Hudscn'j carpemer shop.
1700 Ftm avenue. .
WANTED GOOD. RKLI A ISLE QILSALES
man, on commission or salary. Andrets
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Clevt
landruhio. KTTA NTFD T WO MEM COLLECTORS AND
V solicit ers for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. 59 Ml'chell & Lyt.de building, be
tween 5 and 6 p.m.
rr ANTED HU 5TLIXG AGENTS TO SELL
' our incandescent gasoline lamos. Each
Burner produce lOu candle power light: all
stores want them: good inducement to relia
ble salesmen. Th-. Oblo Illuminating com
pany, alanslleld. Ohio.
riTANTED OLD EST A BLISHEO MER-
V cantUe house, extending busiae'S in this
section, wants to arrange with capable man of
correct habit to manage branch. Salary
I..ViO ei ly. Etra commissions. Must lur
Dish &0O and sa-isf ;ictorv ref erences. Oppor
tunity, drawer 74. New Haven. Conn.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A DINING ROOM GIRL AT
the Rock Is and house.
fTTANTED-A GOOD GIRL POR GENERAL
T V housewo. k at 1 i:ti Fourth avenue.
ITTANTED A DTNINGR OM GIRL AT
II Wright's restaurant. Ifi3 Secondavenue.
TT ANTED GIRLS TO STRIP TOBACCO
V at J. H. Morri0" 's 1810 Third avenue.
WANTED A COMPETENT COOK. GER
man prefetrcd. 810 Nineteenth street.
Apply at M7
GIRL FOR GUNER T, HOUSE-
Two In family. 1218 Thirty-sev-Rock
entb stree .
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED LADY
general housework. Small family,
work. Call at tt'7 Fifteenth street.
ANTEO-HOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at .2(1 Fourth avenue.
WANTED WORK AT CLEANING AND
)ayl"(,' carpets by Geome Hall. 6J7 sev-
WANTED PUPILS IN DRAMATIC ART.
eleution. physical culture, etc. 32C',i
WANTED PAPER HANGING TO DO AT
10 cent a roll. vVitU guaranteed.
Drop a postal card to A S. Allen. Sears, IIL.
1ST A N TED TO KENT A UOUSK OF SEV-
v en or eight rooms bet ween Seventeenth
and Twenty-n'th streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. AdUrssi ' D," Atiaua
I T ANTED nY YOUNG COUPLE. TWO
vv or tnree unfurnlsm d rooms for Heh
housekeeping, or small modern flat. Must be
centrally located. Address "W. care Argus.
XTANTED TWO BOARDERS IN PIV
V ate family. Young men or eentlema
ana wne. iu:e i-ont room, an modern con
venlences z.tlO Kigbtb avenue.
TXrANTED EVERYBODY CALL THAT
v v uses a straw, cbip or leghorn bat.
Cleaned aud )lcacbd wbilft you wait 10 cents
each. 2ln Hftcenth street, oppome court,
house, kock island.
WANTED LOVERS OF ART TO LEARN
v v to paint your own pictures. New meth
od of painting and eriterjriog life like portraits
oysDuaowgrapn. Taught for F-t. Studio 21
Fifteenth street, opposite court house. Rock
tXTANTED AGENTS FO "GALVESTON
f v The Horrors of a Stricken City," by
Murat HaLsted. A fearful tale of a beauteous
city swept Into the sea. I.emand enormous.
jpendid nook Only fl.50. Aents sallin
from 10 to 100 daily, and clearing from 5 to S7i
daily. A bonanza for agents Only Indorsed
book. Freight paid. Credit given. Outlits
free. Send six 2 cent stamps for Dostaee. Uiz
commissions. Send for outU and territory to
day, ana ijommion company, Dept. A, Chi
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST A WHITE AND LTGnT TAN PART
A A shepherd dog. not full grown. Please re
turn to --i-M) Fourth avenue and be rewarded,
Miss Lothr nger.
rOST A LONG BLACK CAPE, FUR COL
J lar. with silk lining. In South Heights
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
same to the AU-.rs cmce.
T OST A LADY'S CHAIN -LINK POCKET-
1) ok. containing '3. between- Mitchell
Lvnde's bank and Spencer square. Finder
will be rewarded by returning same to aruus
r OST AN ELECTRIC SEAL COLLAR
Li ette. between Twelfth stree and Ninth
avenue, and Third avenue and Seventeenth
S'reet. Finder return to w Twelfth street
and receive reward.
rriHE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM.
jl. clairvoyant ana inaenenaent slate writer
is permat ently located in Davenport, and can
dally be consulted on all questions of lite, at
ber parlo.a, nua ttamson street, Davenport.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also oholce
property for sale and rent. w. L. Coyne,
uo beventcenin street, up stairs.
TITONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
iUL gage loans by W. H Eaetmaa. 1712 Beo
ond avocne, without publlty or removal. He
also maces aoilectlons hard ones a specialty.
rr ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
f v monds, watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
go-xJs, furniture, etc Highest c-.wn prices
paia lor secona nana goncs or ail ic'nan also
Tbe above goods lor sale at half the usual
store prices. A 11 buinesu transactions strictly
connaentiai. ins new number ana location.
IffcKJ Second avenue Don't forget it. J.W.
Jonea. Two rings on 117
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
goods by samole to wholesale and retail
ride. We are tbe largest and only manufac
irers in our line in tbe work. Liberal salary
paid. Addres. Can-Oez Manufacturing com
pany. Savannah, Ga.
KAGS, RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave Word at leiOb Fourth ave
nue, or fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
if you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
will dome to your bouse and Dav vou from
50 to 7b per hundred for rags. All eaus will re
ceive prompt attention. H. T. Klugger.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS. AND
I exchanges ail kinds of seeocd band goods.
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove recalling and
cleaning done aln. J. p. Williamson. H15
Second avenue. Telephone camber
r? YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. TSAD3
1. or rent anytbtsr, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail is tbe one paper in Moilne
ifcateando It for voa. Mali wants are dodu-
Isr and! Mall wants bring results. One-half oert
prr word Is tbe pnee to an autre. e.an m a-
Sunday st all. Moilne. DJ.
Subscribe fcr Th A&ore.
Opposite Harper House.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
st home or by tbe day. Inquire at 413
rtTANTED SITUATION AS LIBERTY
f V relief drug clerk or permanent position
10 years experience.
J. 11," Argus office.
FOK RENT HOUSES
TTrOR RENT PART OS ALL OP A GOOD
JJ barn at 1111 Fourth avenue.
OR RENT-NEW B ROOM HOUSE AND
arn. cltv water, corner of Thirty-ninth
street and Sixth tvenue. Inquire
Avenue hotel, Twentieth street.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
COR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
I? Apply at Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM,
able for one or two gentlemen.
Inquire 1331 Third avenue.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
ble for two persons. Call at lt508 Second
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED AL
cove room with all modern conveniences
Address "M 17" AH:rs.
IJIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS TO
,r man and wife or two gentlemen; heat,
gas and bath. At 109'4 Twentieth street.
ITIOR RENT TWO
JD with stnam heat. over-Maucltvr & Tonn's
Seventeenth street and Fourth
OR RENT-A NICELY FURNISHED
second floor room: outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
Apply at 2801 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
JD lot 80x150.
nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, bet ween Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquiro at Donaldson's
OR S A LE -HA RG A IN IF TAKEN SOON.
A 35-room, well furnished hotel doing a
good busine8 In a live town. Two blocks
fr.im railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S.
Hull ii Co.
SALE LOTS IN MCENIRY'S AD-
A? dltion by
E J. Hums, room 12, Mitchell &
Lvnde buUdice. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
Chaser. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, ONE HOTEL
range. Can be seen at Allen, Myers A
FOR SALE-A BEDROOM SUITE AND
bwissels carpet. Parties can ca!l be
tween 9 and 12 aay morning at 1103 Twenty
CTOR SALE A FINE, SPEEDY YOUNG
- Ptchen mare, light too buifgy. sielgn.
tirst-class upright piano, oak bookcase
carpats. laia Main street. Davenport.
ENTIRE STOCK OF
A? staple and
taple and fancy groceries, fixtures.
horses, wagons, etc. For further particulars
apply to Wahie ros. 33i Wtst becor.u street,
TJTOR SALE A
4-HORSE STEAM BOILER
-C and engine, very little used: also
plete outfit for sawing cord wood Both go
for the small sum of ttt cash. Address M. A
Carlson, box 1427 Moline, 111.
mOR SALE COAL IN ANY
mj of 50 bushels or over at 3.00 per
livered CO D. to any part of the city
Leave orders at Commercial house Darner
shop, Rook Island, pr Enoa James. Mllan-
XTT H. STRAUB. PROFESSOR OF DIA
If duction. All diseases fiiiccessfully treat
ed without medicine or electricity. Diadua
tlon cures while you fleep. No cure no pay
Afflicted persons, particularly those pro
nounced incurable, are invited to call or write.
Ofnce. 117 Sixteenth street between Firs', and
Second avenues. Hours. 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p. ra. Sundays, 2 to 4 p. m.
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
TVt A. L. THOMPSON TREATS ALL
XJ chronic diseases, functional disorders.
nervous and mental troubles,
free. ia07 Fourth avenue.
IN MAKING ARRANGE
MENTS To Go South
This Winter address J.
C. Beam, Jr., N. W. T. A.
Southern Railway, 225
Dearborn street, Chicago.
Is the rreatest SOUTH
ERN SYSTEM. 6,887
miles reaching the boot
r ities and resorts of the
In all leathers and widths,
A A to E E. Lght
and heavy soles Rock
Island Union Made Shoe
What is Your Best
A 5C CIGAR
Was asked J. P. SEX
TON of J. P. Sexton
Co., 181S Second avc
nne, the other day.
Was the reply. How
do you account for
that," was :i?kcd. "Hc
cui so the
"The New York
Is tbe best Kccd nnd
Havana 5c cigar we
have been able to find
JCST TUY ONE AND :K CONVINCED
Don't Read This
Unless you are interested in the art
of dress. Our many patrons hvo
been urging us for some months In
open up an establiihment wberu
they could get their garments
made in accordance with thu
latest fashions. We have now decided
to do so, therefore if the ladies will
call at our rooms. 1719J. Second avo
nue, on and after Oct. 1 we will bo
prepared to serve them. We know thoro
are a few places in this city whei e gar
ments are made well, but not enorgn to
supply the increasing demand for
up' to date costumes. Tlii is
tbe season when the thot ghtful
lady is preparing her wardn b for
the winter. If you will call, p roups
we can be of service to you. Our
motto will be "Live and let live ." We
will be able to turn out your garment
on short order and will guarantee sat
isfaction. Call early and you will be
served. Our Diamond Gakmknt Ci t
tfk School is open six days in tie
week, as usual, and the class is rapidly
increasing. If you want to be able to
cut and fit all classes of garments see
C. 13. WARD, Manager.
1719 Second avenue, second floor.
Jaokson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I -Rook
Island County, f
In the circuit court. In chancery. Foreclos
are General No. 4751.
Eknore U. Stafford vs. Clara Connor. Thomas
U. Connor Maurltz Pearson. Anna Pearson,
' Arthur Pearson and Clara Connor, adminis
tratrix ot the estate of Andrew Pearson, de
Notice Is hereby riven that by -Virtue of a
decree of said court, entered In the above en
titled csuse, on tbe fourteenth day of July.
A. D. 1MU0. I shall, on Saturday, th-: twenty-
seventbday of October.A. D.iwoo. at tbe hourof
twoo'clocs In tbe afternoon, at the East door of
the Court House, in tbe city of Kock Island, In
Said county of Kock Island, to satisfy said de
cree, sell at ptinjic rnoo io iob micnest uinoer
for cash those certain parcels of land, situate In
tbe count of Kock Inland and state of Illinois.
known and described as follows, to-wlr,?
Lot ten ') and tbe nortn nair v,l or lot
eleven (II) in William A. Nourse addition to
Dated at Rock Island, uiinois. this twentieth
day of September, A . D. VjOO.
Master In Chancery, Kock Island County,' 111.
Jachsow A H dust, complainant s (solicitors.
W. L. VANCE & CO.
234&2T5Rla!to Building. Chicago, III.
Members of Chicago Board of Trade.
Bay Wheat end Corn on breaks.
CoirtiiToti(!er!ctfcoHc.itiJ. Orders ex
ecuted in lCuO buchtli ad upwards on