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THEAKGrUS, ITU IDA Y, NOVE5IBEE 23, 1900.
Publ&ied Da"- "id Weekly at 1634 Second
Avenue. Rock Island. ill. Entered at the
Fostofflce as Second-class matter.
IJf THE NAME OF J. W. POTTEE.
TERMS Dally. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
11.00 per annum in advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such article will be printed over fictitious sig
natures. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship la Rock Island county.
Feidat, November 23.
The ovation to Paul Kruger in
France demonstrates that all repub
lics are not ungrateful.
Ik it i9 a fact that the prince of
Wales now has his pantaloons pressed
on a stove pipe, creased trousers may
be said to be on their last legs.
One of the first logical outcrop
ping of the reelection of Mr. McKin
ley is found in a promptly renewed
movement for an increase of the
The Davenpqrt city council has
changed a number of the street names,
which leads the Times to remark that
all the streets in that city should be
labeled. Davenport has a whole lot
of things that should be labeled.
Teddy Roosevelt has afforded a
forerunner to the strenuous life he
proposes to lead in Washington by
declaring that the vice president
should have a seat in the cabinet.
The suggestion is not a bad one.
Amom; the first batch of bills to be
introduced in the Kansas legislature
will be one to create the office of state
temperance commissioner, the com
missioner to be responsible for the
enforcement of the prohibitory law.
It is reasonably certain that a bill will
be parsed at the forthcoming session
of the legislature providing for an
nothcr board of railroad commission
ers, and if such is the case it is also
reasonably certain that it will have
no clause in it providing for minority
Col Hkyan, in declining to give
out views promiscuously, says: "It
is a nuisance to be continually (lis
cussing things which never coruo to
pass. " It is also a nuisance to be
continually misrepresented in the dis
cussion. Mr. Bryan has had such
bard time in being properlv under
stood and interpreted that he has
ceased to deny the various reports
concerning him which are in circula
tion. Most of them seem to be a de
sire on the part of parties other than
IJryan for some advertising in con
nection with his name.
The Illinois Federation of Labor at
Kewanee yesterday elected Timothy J
O'Brien, a member of the Chicago Ty
pographical union No. 16, president
on the first ballot. W. D. Kyan was
elected without opposition a delegate
to the American federation of Labor,
which meets at Louisville Dec. 6. The
convention changed the constitution
eo that hereafter delegates represent
ing unions not regularly affiliated with
the American Federation of Labor will
be ineligible to a seat in the conven
tion of the state federation. This was
strongly opposed by James K. Payne
and others of the liox makers union or
Chicago, which is n"t affiliated with
the American federation. Joliet cap
turcd the convention for 1901.
IT IS COMINCi HOMK TO ROOST.
Let us see. Senators Proctor and
Thurston and W. J. Calhoun went to
Cuba and saw the effect of the "recon
centrado" system operated by Wevler
They declared, savs the Boston
Record, that a war on defenseless
women and children by huddling
them into wretched hovels and prac
tically starving them to death, was a
disgrace to civilization, and demanded
our prompt interference. te inter
fered, and spent 1350,000.000 to end
that blot on humanity. Now toe
same policy has been formally adopted
by tho British in South Africa. The
Boer women ami children are to be
haddlcd into British garrisons on
Wevler's old plea, that if left at their
Is Rheumatism cf the face.
Vric Acid left in the blood
by disordered kidneys lodges
long the nerve which
branches from the ere over
the forehead, and across the
cheek to the side of the cose.
The cause is the same as in
11 Rheumatism disordered
Kidneys. The cure is like
wise the same
homes they would furnish aid and
comfort to their fathers and brothers,
who are fighting the British.
Further than this, it is announced,
as was expected after the British
course was known, that Gen. Mac-
Arthur "may be driven" to adopt the
same system in Luzon, and there the
non-combatants will be rounded up
with the same object in view. Is
there any American who is not
ashamed of such a prospect?
DEMOCRACY STILL LtVCS.
In 1872 the defeat of the demo
cratic party was so overwhelming
that its republican opponents affected
to believe that its recovery was out
of the question, and kindly suggested
that it go into political liquidation.
But two years later, in 1874, the im
mense republican majority for Grant
was swept away by a mighty popular
revolution, in wnicn tne democrats
secured the election of over two-thirds
of the members of the house of repre
sentatives. Two years after that the
vitalized democracy, under the wise
counsels and capable leadership of
Samuel J. Tilden, secured a plurality
of a quarter of a million votes over
the republican candidate for the
presidency. Those who eagerly as
same from the late election that the
democratic party is weak are making
a grievous mistake. It has survived
the loss of its greatest leaders, from
Jefferson to Tilden. and it will sur
vive the defeat of Bryan. It has en
countered one ODDOsitioa party after
another federalists, whigs, know-
nothings and republicans and it will
still remain the party of the plain
people, doing battle against all com
ers for equal rights and constitutional
Rudyard Kipling's new novel.
"Kim," will begin in the December
issue of McClure's Magazine. This is
a tale of life in India, and in it the
literary genius gives a profound study
oi oriental lite. Ihis is the author s
masterpiece, and it fultills in its
larger scope all the promise of his
earlier and shorter works.
MILAN ML. SINUS.
Milan, Nov. 23. John Solomon, of
Rock Island, was in Milan on busi
Claud Ross, of Davenport, spent
Sunday in Milan.
Arthur ONcal, of Moline, spent
John Dee and family, or baars, will
soon move to Omaha, where Mr. Iee
has a position.
Joshua i. rutin, or Andalusia, was
in Milan Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. l. Rutter returned
baturuny irom a montn s visit in
Pennsylvania. Monday Mrs. Rutter
received the sad news of the death of
her sister, and left to attend the fun
eral. The Social Four club gave a supper
to its members at Carl Zeitschel's Fri
The Court of Honor installed new
members Monday evening. The Dav
enport team had charge of the cere
monies. Supper was served.
C. D. McLaughlin, of Joslin, spent
Sunday with his mother and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith and
daughter left Thursday for Colorado
for the benefit of Mrs. Smith's health.
Mr. Smith sold his farm in Black
Hawk to William Cain, Sr., of Bowl
ing, for $5,300.
Mrs. E. L. Rhoadamer is visting in
Albert, infant son of Mr. and Mrs,
Nicholas Behn, died Wednesday at
their home near Taj lor Ridge of lung
fever. The funeral took place Friday.
Trof. H. V. Richards, of Chicago,
entertained a large audience at the
town hall Wednesday evening on the'
Wonders of Oxygen."
Nov. 22 Charles Sutcliffe to Sadie
Holdorf. lot 15. block 3, Bailey Dav
enport's Fourth add., Rock Island,
Olivia, McCabe et al to Levi S. Mc-
Cabe. lot 3, John A. Johnson's add..
Rock Island, $ 1.
ElmiraGofT to R. A. Donaldson, wj
lot 13. Webb's subdiv.. outlot 12, e
sw J 3, 17, 2w, $1.
! Distance Tickets Wanted.
He was lonp. lean. lank and raw
boned, and he shambled up to the tick
et window nt tho Union passenger sta
tion much after th fashion of a Feared
canine when be approaches his master
to receive a well-earned thrashing. He
got as far ns the outside railing and
sici mere wmi a rasniui lluli gaz
ing at the man behind the brass bars.
Come In. come in. Make yourself at
home." was the encouraging welcome
from within. He accepted the invita
tion and brought up against the marble
ticket counter with more confidence In
"Say. thar." be said In a half whisper
to Harry Hanson, "is this the place
where you get tickets for the kyars?"
lcs. tnere do you want to go?
Hurry up; we re rushed.
Well, sir." he repliod. shifting a
square Inch or plug tobacco from one
cheek to the other, bev you all got
enny long distance tickets Inter Ken
tucky?" His case was equaled by that of the
old lady with the eunbonnct who said:
I want a ticket to Flatte county."
"What place in Platte county?" In
quired the ticket man.
''o place in Flatte county. I want
to go to rintte county, and it's none of
your business where I'm eoing to visit.
You sell me the ticket to Platte county.
aud I'll get there." St. Joseph News.
Stops th Coa(h aad Works Off tha Cold
Laxative Bromo! Quinine rTablets
cure a cold in one day. No care, no
pay. Price 25c.
STORIES OF THE STAGE
Miss Mazie Trumbull, the vivacious
soubrette, is the star and sunshine
combined in Charles H. Hoyt's com
edy production, "A Brass Monkey."
booked at Harper's theatre Sunday.
Her work as Baggage," the daughter
of "Jonah." is a creation of her own.
William Keller Mack appears as
"Jonah.' There is a mascot in the
play, and the absurdities introduced
by the various character! leave no
hope for a "hoodoo" idol. The fun
making throughout the play is main
tained at a "rapid-fire" late.
The original of "Sis Hopkins," that
quaint stage character, which will be
seen in the play of the same name at
the Burtis Sunday evening, was dis
covered by Miss Rose Melville a cou
ple of years ago in central Indiana at
a county fair. She was such a queer
mixture of girlhood, comedy, pathos
and oddity that Miss Melville was cap
tivated, and being of a highly artistic
temperament she saw the stage possi
bilities of the character ana lonowea
and admired her. She became ac
quainted with this child of "Posey
county," Ind., and got to know her
every" action, her every mannerism,
and she has given her to the stage in
a play which is far sweeter in theme
and far more delicate in treatment
than any of the plays of its kind which
have been seen in years.
The May Hosmer company, which
has been playing at the Turner Grand
in Davenport, and expected to make
the tri-cities its permanent home, has
left Davenport for good. The com
pany had been plaving to only fair
crowds and they were not paving. A
very slim crowd was at the show
Tuesday evening, and it was an
nounced at the conclusion of the play
that the company would show there no
more. May Hosmer and all the members-of
her company left Wednesday
for l'eona, where they will begin a
week's engagement. They will then
go to Des Moines, where they have
secured an engagement for six weeks,
if they care to stay that long.
Kecommtudi It to Trainmen.
ix. 11. llausan, Lima, (J., engineer
L. E. & W. R. R., writes: "1 have
been troubled a groat deal with back
ache. I was induced to try Foley's
Kidney Cure, and one bottle entirely
relieved me. I gladly recommend it
to any one, especially my friends, the
trainmen, who are usually a dieted."
kor sale by all druggists.
Buchanan, Mich., May 22. Gene
see Pure Food company, Le Roy, N.
Y. Gentlemen: My mamma has been
a great coffee drinker and has found
it very injurious. Having used sev
eral packages 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
years old. Yours respectfully,
Mrs. T. Briddleman, Parshallville,
Mich., was troubled with salt rheum
for 13 years and had tried a number
of doctors without relief. After three
applications of Banner Salve her
hands became better, and in a short
t'me were entirely cured. For sale
by all druggists.
Baan th s MM Tea Hav8 n.ways BflUfiW
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rook Island County. (
In the Circuit Court to the January term.
A. D , lyul.
Hiram Ruby, trustee for Katie Ruby, Olive
Ruby. Mary Kuby. Minnie Kuby and Lizzie
Ruby vs. Orlando M. Gucnell and Catherine
(JunneU. In Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence of the said
Orlando M. Bunnell and Catherine Gunnell. de
fendants above named, having been filed In
the clera's office of the circuit court of said
oonnty. notice Is hereby given to the said
Kkynresidertt defendants, that the complainant
I laed bis bill of complain in said court on
the chancery side thereof, on the l&th day
of November A. D.. 1'. and that thereupon
a summons Issued out of said court, wherein
said suit I now pending, returnable on the
seventh day In the month of January next,
as is by law required.
Now. unless you. the said nnn-res!uent
defendants above named. Orlando M liun
neU an J Catherine '-unncil. shall personally
bo and appear before the said circuit
court, on the Urst day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at Rock Island, in I
and for said county, on the first M.mdav !
in January next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant bill or complaint
the tanie and the matters and thinex therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confessed
and adecree entered atainst you according
to tne prayer oi sa;u om.
GEORGK. W. GAMBLE. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Inland. Ill . Nov. 15. U0.
J. & 8 K. Kiswubtui, Complainant's So
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County.
In the circuit court, January term. A. D.
Eva Irvln vs Charles Irvin. In chancerr.
Affidavit tht the residence of Charles Irvln
is unknown and that on diligent inquiry bis
place of residence cannot be ascertained,
having been riled in the office of the
clerk of said circuit court of Rock Is
land county, notice is nereny given to
the said defendant, that the complainant has
tlted her Dill of compiaint in said court, on tn
chancery aide thereof, on the 21st day of Nov.
A. D. 1900. and that a summons thereupon
issuea ou oi saia court against saia aerend
ani. returnable on the 7th day of January. A.
D. KrtM. to the circuit court of said Rock Island
county, to be boiden at the court touae in the
city of Koek Island. a is by law required.
Now. therefore, unless you. the said
Charles Irvin khal personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of
Rock Island county, on the first day of the
next term thereof . to be holden at the court
house In the city of Rock Island in said county,
on the Ttb day of January. A. IX 101, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bid of complaint, the same, and the mat
ters and thlngy therein charged and stated,
will be taket. as confessed, and a decree
entered against you according to the prayer
Of said bilL
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said court, at
my office in Rock Island, this 21st day of No
vember. A. D. IW1.
(Jbirci W. HAMRi.t, Clerk.
Skarls & Marshall. Complainant's Solici
tors. ov. .u, a. O. I AH.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS BAKER AT
Smith's bakery, Geneseo, Id.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MAN COOK
at St. Juliaa restaurant, 3110 Fifth
t TTANT ED GOOD JIELI ABLE OILS ALES
T man, on commission or salary.
Implement company, Cleve-
W ANTED A YOUNG MAN OVER 17
years to work in a shoe store Must
give best of references and be a hustler.
Answer in own handwriting. Address "L15,"
WANTED RELIABLE MEN TO SELL
our line of high grade lubricating oils,
greases paints and varnishes Salary or com
mission. Address the Adams-Franslm Oil Co.,
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TOSELL
ounlneandescent gasoline lamps. Kaon
burner produces 100- candle power light; all
stores want them: good inducement to relia
ble salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Man&deld, Ohio.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A NURSE GIRL AT 1602
WANTED A TYPEWRITER AT THE
Em-El liquor store.
WANTED COOK BY MRS. E H. GUYER,
728 Twenty-first street.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at ZlOi Fourth avenue. Mrs. Dr.
WANTED GILS FOR BUNCH tNQ AND
stripping at Moniron s cigar factory,
110 Third aveaue.
WANTCD A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
ia light housework Two in family. In
quire at suO Twenty-first street.
WANTED COMPETENT DRESSMAKER
to take In as a partner to conduct an
up-to-date dressmaking establishment. None
but experienced and reliable seamstresses
need apply Address "K. 11," A Hi.cs
TTTANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
TTTANTB D SITUATION IN OFFICE BY
T v young lady to do office work. Address
box 1321, Moline, 111.
TTAN TED-ALL KINDS OF PLAIN SEW
Ing. including wrappers and school
dresKCs, at 10 irst avenue, t
I JfT ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
v . and board at 2S26 Fourth avenue.
VIT'AXTFD A LIVE CANVASSED.
VV or gentleman. Call evenings
WANTED A FEW PRIVATE HOARD
crs. with or without room, at Sev
enteenth street. All modern conveniences,
117AM TED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
v v en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-rWth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "U. A h;cs.
7 ANTED AGENTS IN EVERY COUN
ty for R'ddle's Hf tet n-year" up-to-date
Farroe.s' Keeord. From 1S0 to sso per month
can be made. This is no experiment, but ab
solute facs. Call on or address V. T. Pile,
gct-erai manager, isox .-wi, Dixon, ui.
PALMISTRY AND LIFE READER.
A ND PALMISTRY EXPERT THE BEST
and most experton earth. Don't fail tocall
on this noted ludy. Consult her on all affairs
of life, fehi can and will tell you true. The
madam makes a fpecialty of business, law
family matters, estrangements, love, court
ships, mar'lages, divorces, journeys, wills, pen
sions. uud in fact on all the affairs of life. Of
bee hours from I p. m. till 9 p. m. OfHee and
parlors at 1311 Fourth avenue, near Fourteenth
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST A
BUFF COI.ORED SCOTCH TER
ncr. docked, and ears clipped. Finder
return to Mess tiros, ana receive tn reward.
T OST A FOCKKTBOOK BET W EE V G1L-
mores market ana the court bouse.
Finder return to AKurs otnee and be
T OST A 12 YARD RUG. BETWEEN
A J Ninth street and Sixth a venue, and Tenth
street and eHft.h avenue. Finder return to
Allocs onto , and receive reward.
FOUND A PURSE CONTAINING
change on Eigoteenth street.
luentuying same can nave it ny calling at tne
American Express office and paying for this
EUROPES WONDERFPL PALM REAIV
er. lately arrived, informs the public of
ner wonaeriui powers in reaatng tne History
of one's life, by examining the palm of the
hand, telling the past, present and future. Ad
vice given in business matters nnd family
alTair. lost or stolen property: tells you the
initials of your future companion, whetbei
false or true. Tells you what ousiness vou are
aaantea to. reus you ail about absent friends.
wnetbcr living or aeac Tells you what Manet
you were born under. What part of the coun
try is luckiest for you. Hours. 9 a. in. to K d.
m., trj r ourtn avenue, kock t&iana. 1U.
"TRS- A. SEYMOUR, CLAIRVOYANT
L and business medium, wltl be at l"H
Twentieth street for a short time only. Hours
irom v a. m. to w p. m. batislaction guaran
WANTED TO SELL OUR
goods by.sampie to wholesale and retail
trade. We are the largest and only manufac
turers m our line in toe wonu. uoerai salary
paid. Address. Can-Dcx Manufacturing com
pany. Savannah, Ga.
TAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
-a card or leave worri t 2205 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue.
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to your house and pay you from
50 to 75 per hundred for rags. All calls will re
ceive prompt attention, li. F. Klugger.
J P. WILLIAMSON BOYS. SELLS, AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of store repairing and
cleaning done alw. J. p. Williamson, 1515
6eoond avenue. Telephone number 48H.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mall Is the one paper In Molloe
that can do It for you. Mall wanta are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half oent
per word Is the pnee to all alike, eaan In ad
vance. S-cent stamps will do. Evening and
Sunday Mall. Mollae. IU.
Jolin VolU & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALIO U ASUF ACTUM or
Sash. Doors'. Blinds and Moal&ines;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kind.
Single and Double Strength Windov
Ulaaf. rouanea riate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-323 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
FOR RENT ROOMS.
"CV)R RENT TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
-A- suitable for light housekeeping at 29
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUTTA
ble for two persons. Call at 160b Second
avenue; second floor.
T7KR RENT.-A PLEASANT SUITE OF
A? rooms, fum'shed. with all modern con
veniences, at 131 Second avenue.
FCR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AND
two rooms tor lipht housekeeping, also
furnished, at 1407 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
room, suitable fr-r two. with bath and
team heat. Twentieth street.
XpOR -RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR
-L light housekeeping, s iltable for one or
two persons. Irquire at 5i7 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
room to man and wife or two gentlemen.
Heat, light and bath. Call at tod Twentieth
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housefceert'ng In pleasant local
ity. Rent very reasonable Apply at 70t
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
second floor room: outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
Apply at 2801 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES
IOR RENT AN 8 ROOM HOUSE APPLY
at tt.'l Twenty-first street.
OR RENT FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. 406
Fifth street, by M. H. Sexton.
ji JR RENT A 6-ROOM HOUSE FOUR
-- blocks from the posiofflce. AppTy at tW6
FOR RENT A 3-ROOM HOUSE AT IfUO
Seventh street. Apply at Weaver's gro-
very ou j. remises
TTIOR PffVT CTT 1 XI llflTpn e,ti,
a. nlshed rooms for light housekeeping over
i-iauuhc i a. iuuq s grocery.
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOM FLAT. WITH
all modern conveniences: aoove Elm
street arug store. Inquire at Elm street
FOR RENT A 5-ROOM HOUSE WITH
sewer and water at 1135 Seventeenth
street, mqulre at f00 Seventeenth street.
J. D. Beecber.
TjIOK RENT TWO-STORY HOUSE WITH
casement ana atfe. furnace and gas.
l,ooa location. per month. Inquire of
jijcKson s iiurst.
FOR RENT TWO 8 ROOM HOUSES. NEW,
with bath and furnace, modern. Corner
of Tenth avenue and Seventeenth street.
Inquire of Hull & Co.
IilOR KENT A 7-ROO.M HOUSE WITH
modern conveniences on corner of Sixth
avenue ami Twenty-eighth street. Apply at
"iu i weaty-r iqid street.
FOR RENT A NEW .VROOM COTTAGE,
bath rooms ga. hot and cold water.
newly papered, on Forty-second street. 15 a
montn, iftppiy to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE AT A HA KG A!
Steck upright grand piano.
385, Rock I-laml.
;n. AN A 1
OR SALE TWO WORKING HORSES
slsoayoun?. gentle buggy horse. Inquire
G25 Ihirty-eishth street.
TTIOR BALE COUNTERS. SHOW CASES
A? soft cosl heating stove, candy jars, store
tamps, can at uiu rcira avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
T7K)R SALE MODEI?N RESIDENCE WITH
A; lot 80x150. nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, bet ween Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson
XnORSALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON
A.1 a 3.room. well furnished hotel doing a
good ousiness in a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. H
Hull & Co.
FOR SALE LOTS IN MoENIRY'S AD
dltion by II J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynac buuaing. These lots arc on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur-
MONEY TO LOAN.
fONEY TO LOAN IN
XTJL on any kind of
security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. I Coyne,
u seventeentn street, up stairs.
TOWEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
IXL gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1712 Seo-
ona avenue, wunout puniity or removal. He
also makes collections bard ones a specialty,
-fONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE,
pianos, carriages, norses, diamonds, etc.
Also time checks cashed. You can pay in
.money at any time to reduce Interest on loan.
Room .v. McCullough building. Davenport
.Mortgage ian company, Davenport, lowa
TTTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
vv monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid tor seconu nana gooas or ail Kinds also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
cunnueuuiu. rais new cumoer anu location,
iosj aecona avenue uon t lorget Ik J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1317
T II. STKAUB. PROFESSOR OF DIA-
TV auction. Ail diseases successfully treat-
ro witnout rremcine or electricity. Dladua
tmn cures wnue you sleep. No cure no pay
AUiictea persons, particularly those nro.
nonnucu njLi ij-, re lariiea to call or write.
Office. 1 17 Sixteenth street between First and
Second avenues Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
ana iratp.ii. ounaayB, - to 1 p. m.
Is over and Frazer can now sup
plj you with all kinds of Lehigh
Valley coal at a reasonable price.
An abundant supply of Pocahon
tas. Smokeless Coal, Cannel Coal
for grates and Soft Coal always
E. G. FRAZER.
Telephone 1133. ,
Opposite Harper House.
Roch Island Rabbitry
Importers and Breeders of Pedigreed Belgian Hares.
Our Rabbitry contains more champions and
prize winners than any Rabbitry
cast of Denver, such as
Champion Kdinboro II, score 96.
Champion Fox Coat.
Union Jack, score 96 J, by Fashoda.
Denhain Don. Jr., score 95.
Climax, by Fashoda.
AH of These Animals are Imported
Wc have domestic Docs for sale which we will breed
to imported Bucks. Call and examine. Visitors welcome.
1319 Second Avenue.
Oliver K. Cramer, attorney.
State of Illinois, I
County of Rock island (
In tbe Circu t Court In Chancery.
Henry Fluegel vs. The Second Riiptlst
Church of Rock Island, 111., and John Wolfrom
Foreclosure, general No. 4f 19
Notice is hereby (riven that by virtue of a
decree of said court., entered !n the above en
titled cause, on the First day of November. A.
D. lutrn. I bail, onSaturday. the Fifteenth day
of December. A. D. lyOo. at the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon. :il the Court
House, in the city of Itoek Island, in siiid
County of Rock Ishind, to satisfy saitl decree,
sell at public vendue to the highest bidder
for cash that certain parcel of land, situate in
tbe County of Houk Island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, towit:
Liok number Eiht (H) in Block number
Forty-four (14) in that part of the city of
Rock Island known as and called "Chicago or
Lower Addition1' to said City.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this Tenth
day of November. A. D. 1900.
EL.WIN K. l'ABM ENTER.
Master in Chancery, Rock Island County, 111.
O. E. Chameb Complainant's Solicitor.
Estate of Miriam L. Ililller, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Miriam u. turner.
late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before tbe county court or rioeit
isiana cousty, at tne county court room, iu
the city of Rock Island, at the January term,
on tbe first Monday in January next, at which
time all persons having claims against saia
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for tbe purpose of having tne same aajuaiea.
All nersona Indebted to said estate are re-
Quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated this ltn oay or wovemner, a. u.
Gooit(.KF. Roth. Administrator.
Jackson & Hukst, Attorneys.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the cnulns, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Msdl
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trad
mark cut on tacb package.
Price, as cents. Wsvsr col4
in bulk. Accec no suit..
Maminiitn tute. Ask vour drug tr
T. H. Thomas, sole agent.
DO NOT HESITATE
If you have prescriptions to be liiled to
bring them to us. We are making the
pressnpton business the feature of our
store Having it at all times in the care
of competent registered drugcista. we
feel fully justified In soliciting vour pre-K-ription
work. Our White fine and
Tar Coucrh Kymp is In demand and Is
giving splendid satisfaction.
Canode & Co.
Pharmacists. Successor -to Bahnsen's
Twentieth St. and Fourth Are.
Shoe for women,
In light and heavy
Soles. A A to EE in
All leathers. For sale
Duchess of Islewortb.
He o. in. c.
J. P. (Sexton k Coi
1818 Second Ave.
Votloe of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois,
County of Rock Island.
In tbe circuit court, January term, A. D.
Abraham Glover vs. Fannie Glover. In
Affidavit of the non-residence of Faonla
Glover, tha defendant above named, bay
lag been Bled In the office of tbe clerk of said
circuit court of Rock Island county, no
tice Is hereby trlven to the saia non-resident
defendant, that the complainant baa filed bis
bill of complaint in saia court. on tne onaoeerr
side thereof, on the l-ltb day of November A.
IX. IVM, and that a summons thereupon Issued
out of said court against said defendant, re
turnable on the 7th day of January A. li. 101,
Is by law requlrea.
Now. therefore, unless you, tbe said Fannie
Glover, shall personally be and appear before
the said circuit court or kock isiana county, on
the first day of tbe next term thereof, to be
holden at the court bouse In the elty of Rock
Island, In said county, on tbe 7th day of Jan
uary. A. D. lfJl, and plead, answer or demur
to tbe said complainant's bill or eotri plaint,
tbe same and tbe matters and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as coof eased,
and a decreeentered against you according to
tbe prayer of saU bill.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my band and affixed the seal of said court, at
my office ia Rock Island, this 12th day of No
vember, A. U. UW.
Geo bob w. uamblb, uierr
S. R. KiswugTHr, Complainants Soli sl tor.
.Nor. VI, A. U. IrVU.