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THE AUG-US. SATURDAY, XOVEMBEE 24, 1900.
Published Da"- "id Weekly at 1624 Second
Avenue, Rock Island. IiL Entered at the
PostofCce as Second-class matter.
IN THE NAME OF J. W. PUTTER.
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.
Sati kdat, Novkmeeb 24
The latest rumor about Bryan is to
the effect that W. II. Hearst will start
a daily in Washington aiid have him
edit it on a salary of f 25,000 a vear.
How will this do for a national dem
ocratic ticket in 190J? For president,
Iiichard Oiney, of Massachusetts. For
ice president. Carter Harrison, of
Illinois. Mt. Carmel Kerister.
Thk demonstration of the French
lcople over the presence amonj them
of the patriot, I'aul Kruer, seems to
be growing more signilicant every
minute. What if Kruger were to
come to America?
Ar a recent London book sale a
View of New York in 1674" cost the
purchaser f2,000. which, the New
York World declares, is less than it
occasionally costs the stranger to get
a view of New York in 10"0.
To refer to an old subject there is
really something of a coincidence in
the fact that the I'nited States makes
a practice of getting after Turkey at
this season of the year. This same
joke was used exactly one year ago
l) ioks say that the
juitoes are the cause of
that the way to do is to
sects. That is what the
k;i the i ri
ll u man race
has been seeking t"
k-ast compunction for two or three
is tue most arrested
man on eavri,
Aenordln"' to the dis
patches afi L.in,s nf t hint's have been
cione ichim, but it is very likely that
xio. more unhappy than any other
r'l-tail. Tht; probability is that his
.'cad is still on straight.
Thk democratic state central coin
mittee will be reorganized in January
Dr. Walter Watson will not strive to
lc: ar:i:n chosen as chairman. V'.x-
Mayor John 1. Hopkins, of Chicago,
ran probably be chairman if he wishes,
but he is said to prefer Hon. Ben T.
Cable even to himself.
An Uiuana woman has secured a
divorce because; her husband went to
bed with his boots on. We have heard
of men dying with their boots on, and
now we may look for some one cruel
enough to say that the fate of the
Omaha man is just the opposite to
A cfAst" of the Woman's Christian
Temperance union has just been com
pleted. It shows a total membership
of loo, J 1 1. a gam or lo.U4- during
the past vear. The membership in
Illinois is l-4t5. a rain of C". New
York has the largest membership
with Pennsylvania second and Illinois
An example of :;Utu century anni
hilation of time and space occurred in
New York the other day, when a Wall
street broker received an order to buy
a certain stock, transmitted the order
to his representative on the lloor of
the exchange, bought the stock and
reported it to the client in San"Fran
eisco in just two minutes actual
Moniich; No. formerly known as
the Connecticut, building at Bath,
Maine, has been renamed the Nevada,
by Secretary long. The state author
ities of Connecticut considered that
their commonwealth was entitled to
the dignity of a battleship in naval
nomenclature, and, consequently, de
clined the compliment bestowed by
the secretary of the navy in naming
one of the four large monitors now
under construction in honor of the
A Lincoln" telegram to the Chicago
llecord says that at a public banquet
to be given by the Jacksonville club
in that city "on Dec. I'd. Mr. Bryan
will make the first speech since the
under GERMAN LAWS.
Is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
g)tt. RICrTTER'S World-Renownea
What one physician out or, many teuaes-
I havs used Dr Ricrifers ANUKJK , rfji,,
PAI EXPCLLER In cases of severe
nti mI i no at tha lotnTi
Also Jhere tht patient hade cold
seTTiingm inm Moivuiun ruin .
ExpEUZRas attn inwnt is superior to any'
25c. sal SOc. at ail drer"" throogn
r.Ad.BifhtrlCc-fc.! PearlSt.. Sw Iwi
38 HIGHEST niES. AWARDS.
V Rrttnmriitbii prominentia if J
tV " WkoUtaU and BeUxU y&J
campaign. TJie banquet is to be the
most stupendous affair of the kind
ever given in the west. All the
Bryan democrats of the country will
be invited, among them Towne, of
Minnesota; Campau, of Michigan;
Taggart. of Indiana; Blackburn, of
Kentucky; Stone and Webster Davis,
of Missouri; Cato Sells, of Iowa; John
son and Overmeyer, of Kansas; Alt
geld and Alschuler, of Illinois; and
Patterson, of Colorado.
In another part of this issue of The
Ak;i s appears an extended commu
nication from Peter W. Pinneo, of
Company F, 'J-ird infantry. U. S. A.,
who is now on duty in the Philip
pines. He is a resident of Rock Isl
and county and a son of D. T. Pinneo,
of Cordova. The story young Pinneo
furnishes of the slavery practices in
the archipelago that the United State9
is attempting to prove title to is one
of the most interesting that has ever
been written home by an American
soldier on duty there." It is so graph
ically told and" reveals so much of the
true inwardness of the practices
among the natives in some of the
groups that effort has bsen made to
conceal that those who read it cannot
fail to be appalled at the thought of
the responsibility that this nation is
taking upon its shonlders.
OKUHUH.4'8 MAEVELOIS RECOKD.
The surprise of the census is Okla
homa. Not longer 8go than 1869 it
was the hunting ground of Indian
tribes. April 22 of that year it was
opened to' settlement. The census
this year gives it .'308,230 inhabitants,
a gain of 330,411 in 10 years. Mon
tana, which has 234,289 population,
was admitted as a state the year Okla
homa was created as a terpr-j;y.
The pioneers who w?Tnt to Oklaho
ma in 189 have Converted an un
broken prairie int.jJa productive farm
ing country. .'4Vis remarkable people
has mac heretofore profitless land
nrndor.X . t.ia i ,,.. ao nnn
eJjlfJ0. There are nearly 2,000 schools
attended by 77.000 children. There
are Ci territorial and seven national
banks. In 1898 140.000 bales of cot
ton valued at $ 5,000,000 were pro
duced. Usually a territory situated beyond
the pale of civilization becomes the
habitat of the border ruflian and the
scene of unbridled crime. This has
been the history of the far west. But
not so with Oklahoma. Law and
order have reigned there because it
was peopled by lovers of law and
Oklahoma is a marvel. It has
asked for statehood and seems enti
tied to a place in the great family of
NICK rolt THK lMI'EKI AtLISTS,
Congressman (Jeorge 11. Hay, chair
man of the house committee on judi
ciary, who was one of the leaders in
the light for the Porto Rican tariff
bill, offers a signiiiennt comment on
the relation of the L nited States to
the Philippines. In effect he savs
that if the supreme court decision on
the Porto Rican tariff rules that the
constitution follows the Hag and the
islands are a part of the I'nited States
it may lead to our relinquishment of
the Philippines. Our "open door"
contract for the Philippines would re
suit in the entrance of all products
into the islands on the feame basis as
our own. Unable, then, to establish a
tariff araiHst the Philippines, our
American markets would be brought
into competition with the cheap labor
of tho orient. I ncier such circum
stances, he says, we should give up
Mr. Kay seems to forget his party's
contention during tne campaign j.ust
ended, that the Philippines came to
us through act of Providence and not
of our own volition, that we simply
cannot let go of them, that they are a
ptsrt of the country ana could not be
alienated, and that for the sake of the
Filipinos we must bear our burden
bravelv, governing them as well as
they deserve and being glad at the
same time for the incidental proht in
the enterprise. It would be a shock
to discover that with the prolit elimi
nated all the other arguments had
lapsed. The puzzle would be partic
ularly difficult if the supreme court
should declare the islands an integral
part of American territory. How,
then, eould Mr. Ray let go of them?
We oner one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Proprietors,
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by the tirm.
West & Tri ax,
Wai.ping, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75 cents per bottle. Sold bv
all druggists. Testimonials, free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Washington. D. C, Genesee Pure
Food company, Le Roy. N. Y. Gen
tlemen: Our family realize so mnch
from the use of Grain-O that I feel I
must say a word to induce others to use
it. If people are interested in their
health and the welfare of their chil
dren they will use uo other beverage.
I have used them all. out ixrain-u 1
have found superior to any, for the
reason that it is solid grain, lours
for health. C. F. MvEUa.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
best liver pills ever made. Easy to
tjil-A &nd neyer vrine. B. H. Bieber.
THE TWO CATS.
(BT V. M - BLASDIXG.)
Blue Mai tee Maud,
A sly old fraud.
On'ce stole some bread and butttr:
Then Nancy Nig",
The jealous pr V ,
Began to snarl and sputter.
A Beat was ic?ant:
At it they went
And clawed each other fiercely;
With all tneir might
They made lbs fight.
But X!g won out, completely.
Then Maudy Malt.
As quick as thought
leaped, and seized a piece of beef:
The slice of meat.
Assuaged her hunger and her grief.
But Nancy Nig,
. The seinsh tmg
In spite of any prior right
. At once renewed
The former feud
And lighting, proved her might.
And all In vuin
Did Maud complain
Of cruel fate soothe to say.
She lust the game:
Wasche to biame
Or fate? Answer ye who may.
Nig. the stronger.
Now no longer
At war. devoured the plunder:
esnite all right.
Nig Kon the tight.
Then said Maud made a blunder.
Strange o relate
With all their hate.
Twas scarce one hour the later.
When side by bide.
Shunting tht ir pride.
They purr In peace together.
Then let him take.
Pardon the fake)
Who can also, let him keep
Who has the raitrht.
Reckless of right
Tis only the loser will weep. .
Thus Knglacd. r-wS '
The Transvaal Hoer
By force ap hVibs civic sway
.V. wrongly sought,
.-- ' And liercely fought
To gain and she won the dy.
What Boer will care.
Or even dare,
England s m'ght to now defy:
She gains the right
By force of might.
To govern shall freedom die':
When nations light.
And show their inigh..
Will God defend the weaker?
Host Thou decree.
It needs must be.
That wroog snail be the victor;
Except by might.
Is there no right
Liod-given to a nation:
Or Is it Kate,
That gives a state
Its birth. Its growth, its ending:
Shall nations be
No more to Thee
Than might and right contending;
Till ruler- cease their strife for power.
Conform to right refrain from evil-
Till might makes right shall rule no more
Help. Oh Lord, thy weaker people.
To Core a. Cold In Una Day
take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. b. w. Groves
signature on each box. Price 25c.
Recommends It to Trainmen.
G. 11. Jlausan, i;ma, L. , engineer
L. E. & V. R. R., writes: "1 have
been troubled a great deal with back
ache. I was induced to try Folev's
Kidney Cure, and one bottle entirely
relieved me. 1 gladly recommend it
to any one, especially my friends, the
trainmen, who are usually amicted
For sale by all druggists.
Mrs. T. IJriddleman, Parshallville,
Mich., was troubled with salt rheum
for 13 years and had tried a number
of doctors without relief.
applications of Banner
hands became better, and
tme were entirely cured,
by all druggists.
in a short
Bear tU na YCU H3V8 Alft'afS BnutM
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois. I,
Rock Island County, t '
In the Circuit Court
A. U, 1101.
to the January term
Ilirsm Ruby, trustee for Katie Ruby. Olive
Kuby. Mary Kuby. Minnie Kuby and Lizzie
Ituby vs. Orlando M. ciunneli and Catherine
i.unneii. in Chancery
Affidavit of the non-residence of the said
Orlando M. ;unnell and Catherine Ounneil. de
fendants above named, having been hied In
the clerk s osice or the circuit court of said
oartntv. notice is hereby triven to the said
tan resident defendants, that the complainant
nued bis bill or compiaict in said court on
the chancery side thereof, on the lrith dav
of November. A. D. . li. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of sala court, wherein
said suit is now pending, returnable on the
seventh day In the month of January next.
as is dv law required.
Now. unless you. the said non-resident
defendants above named, Orlando M cjun-
nell and Catherine '-unnell. shall personally
be and appear before the said circuit
court, on the tirst day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at Kock Island, in
and for said county, on the tirst Mondav
in January next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant s dui oi complaint.
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confessed
and adecree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Circuit Clerk.
Rock IsIaDd. Ill . Nov. Id. lsC0.
J. S. & S. K KE.NWt.RTiiv, Coxplaicani's So
l'obllcatlon Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County.
In the circuit court, January term. A. D.
Eva Irvin n Char.es Irvin. In chancery.
Affidavit tb it the residence of Charles Irvin
is unknown and that on diligent inquiry bis
place of residence cannot be ascertaine".
having been nled in the ottlee of the
clerk of said cireuit court of Rock Is
land county, notice Ls hereby riven " to
the said defendant, that the complainant has
hied ber Dill o: compialnt In said court, on tii
chancery side thereof, on the -1st day of Nov.
A. u lw.o. and that a summons thereupon
issued out of said court agaicst said defend
ant, returnable on the Tin day of January. A.
L). l."01 . to the circuit court of said Rock Island
count v. to be ho'den at the court touse tn the
citv of Rock Island, as is by law required.
Now. therefore, unless you. the said
Charles Irvin fcba'l personally be and ap
pear before tne said circjit court of
Rock Island countT. on the tirst day of the
next term thereof. o be bolden at the court
house in the city of Rock Island In said county,
on the 7th day. of January. A. U. lt0l . and
piead. answer or demur to the said complain
ant s DiU or complaint, tne same, ma ue mat
ters and thing therein charted and slated.
ill be imtL as confessed, ana a decree
entered Kilui you aceorCcg to the prayer
of aaid bill.
In testimony whereof. I nave Hereunto set
my band and affixed the seal of said court, at
my office in Rosk island, this 2Ut day of No
vember. A. D. 11
CiB HGB . GAMBLE. Clerk.
Siibli & Marshall. Complainant's Solici
WANTED MALE HELP.
ANTED A FIRST-CLASS BAKER AT
Smith 8 bakery, cieneseo. III.
WA NTED C; OOD, RELI ABLE OIL SALES
man. on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
WAXTED-A YOUNG MAN OVER 17
years to work in a shoe store. Must
give best of references anvJ be a hustler.
Answer in own handwriting. Address "Ll.i,"
A k;us ofllce.
WANTEIV-RELIABLE MEN TO SELL
our line of high grade lubricating oils,
gr'ases, paints and varnishes. Salary or com
mission. Addre.-s the dams-Franklin Oil Co.,
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TOSELX,
our Incandescent gasoline lamps. Each
burner produces ioocandle power light: all
stores want them: good inducement to relia
ble salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Mansfield, Ohio.
WANTED MAN WITH GOOD REFER
ences to manaze business of old estab
lished house: salary is per week and expenses
payable each week di'ect from headquarters:
expense money advanced: position perma
nent. Enclose self-addressed Humped envel
ope. Standard house, 303 Caxton building,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTED A NURSE GIRL AT 1602
ANTED A TYPEWRITER AT THE
tm-u liquor store.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERA r?OI"Trfi
work at 2:tOi Fourth avenge. Mrs. Dr.
ryANTED-G FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
. """.'"in btnall family. Good wages, at
,.w Seventh avenue.
IXTANTEO GI&LS FOR HUNCHING AND
stripping at Monison's cigar factory,
lslO Third avenue.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
in light housework Two ia family. In
quire at t00 Twenty-first sUeet.
WANTED COMPETENT DRESSMAKER
to take in as a pa-tner to cocdust an
up-to-date dressmaking establishment. None
but experienced and reliable seamstresses
need apply Address ' K. 11," Am.us
VT ANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
it at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
TANTf.D SITUATION IN OFFICE BY
' young ladv to do office work. Address
box i:j.M. Mollue, IIL
WAN f ED-ALL KIND? OF PLAIN SEW
ing. including wrappers and school
dresses, at 710 First avenue.
V8T ANTED SITUATION HY GIRLOF15TO
do light housework. Call at Mrs.
Wynes on Watch Tower liae. or address
general delivery, city.
1C7 ANTED HOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
t and board at Silo Fourth avenue.
TTANTED A LIVE CANVASSED, LADY
v or gentleman. Call evenings at i21
ANTED A FEW PRIVATE HOARD-
v ers, with or without room, at t'7 Sev
enteenth street. AU modern conveniences.
lirAMTED-TO KENT A HOUSE OF SEV
w en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-li rth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. AOuress "IJ. akuus.
IT ANTED- - ' ENTS IN EVERY COUN
T v t for Kiddle's liftei-n-year" up-to-date
i-arrre.-s necoiu. i-rem ii.xt to juim per month
can lie made. This is no experiment, but ab
solute fac.s. Call on or ac dress W. T. Pjle
i:ei:erai niaaaer. tiox ;.., lhxoo. 1:1.
PALMISTRY AND LIFE READER.
A NO PALMISTRY EXPERT TUB BEST
-V and most expertonearth. I)on"tfail to call
on this noted lsdy. Consult her on all affairs
of life. She can and will tell you true, 'the
madam makes a Fpecialty of business, law
iarntiy mailers, estrangements, love, court
ships, marnages. divorces, journeys, wills, pen
sions, and in fact on all the affairs of life. Of
liee bouts from 4 n. m. tiil i D. m. Otilce ami
parlors at 1221 Fourth avenue, near Fourteenth
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST-A BLACK AND WHITE FEMALE
u buntirg (iwr. Return to J. F. Sehaab.
iM'l 1-ourth avenue, and be rewarded.
T OST A I'OCKETHOOK BETWKES GIL-
a- more s market ana tne court bouse.
Finder return to Akgus oitice and be re
warded. 1" OST-A 12 YARD RUJ. BETWEEN
JLJ Ninth street and Sixth avenue.and Tenth
street ana irtn avenue. Finder return to
akstjs otiice. and receive reward.
UKOPE S WONDERFUL PALM READ
er. lately arrived, informs the public of
Hit wonae'tui powers in rending the history
of one s life. b examining the palm of the
band, telling tbepast. present and future. Ad
vice given in business matters und family
Hfiair-1. lost or stolen property: tells you the
initials of your tuture companion, whether
alse or true. Tells you what ousiness you are
adapted to. Teas you all about absent friends.
whether living or dead. Tells you what planet
you were born under, w hat part of the coun
try is luckiest for you. Hours. U a. tn. to 'J p.
hi.. IXC Fourth avenue. Rock Island, lu.
"I f RS. A. SEYMOUR. CLAIRVOYANT
'1 and business medium, wiu be at IM
Twentieth street for a short time only. Hours
from V a. m. to 6 p. m. Satisfaction guaran
li ATKUiU-M-wiuurtiit. 4-i years, no
incumbrance nice borne. Income 1.0ti0
yearly, t procerty f:'.J."0. banic references,
wants wife who wUl appreciate kinoness. Mr.
will, box II';'. c nicago. III.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
goods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade. We are the largest and only manufac
turers in our line in the world. Liberal salary
paid. Address. Can-Dex Manufacturing com
pany, Savannah. Ga.
KAGS. RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave rrord at 2205 Fourth ave
nue, or lrortieth street and Fifth avenue.
If you have any rags, rubber, etc.. to seil.
- LU come to your house and Dav vou from
50 to 7a per hundred for rags. A !1 calls will re
ceive prompt attention. B. F. Klugger.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand eoods.
Ill pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
Cleaning done also. J. p. Williamson. 1515
Second avenue. Telephone number 4864.
IF YOU" WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, entraee heln or neiuri a
situation, the Mall ls the one paper In Holloa
that can do it for you. MaU wanta are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
par wora is tee price to ail aiUce. cash In ad
vance. 2-cect stamp will do. Evening and
Sunday Mail. Moilno. ID.
for Drntskenness ac4
Piwvw writ c
CV r rwi pon dE zm
c-ox fider. ttti.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms at f 12 First avenue.
FOR RENT TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping at
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
ble for two persons. Call at 1008 Second
avenue; second Boor.
FOR RENT A PLEASANT SUITE OF
rooms, furn-shed. with all modern con
veniences, at 1319 Second avenue.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AND
two rooms tor iipht housekeeping, also
furnished, at 1407 Second avenae.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
room, suitable for two. with bath and
tteam heat. Sio1-, Twentieth strett.
TjXR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR
J- light housekeeping, sjitable for one or
two persons. Icquiie at bi? Twentieth street.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
room to man and wife or two gentlemen.
Heat, light and bath. Call at ; Twentieth
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
or suite of rooms, with ail modern con
veniences. Good location, inquire at 514
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
second floor room: outside . "oTice;
southeast exposure. Gerlcuian preferred
Apply at 2801 Seven, avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT A 5-ROOM COTTAGE. :!o2
OR RENT AN 8 ROOM HOUSE APPLY
at S21 Tweuty-Hrst street.
TJiOR RENT-A 3-ROOM HOUSE AT 10.W
A- Seventh street. Apply at Weaver's gro
cery on premises.
"17K)R RENT STEAM HEATED FUR
X nished rooms for light housskeeping over
siaucKer & i onn s grocery.
T70R RENT SEVEN ROOM FLAT, WITH
A- all modern conveniences: aoove Elm
street drug store. Inquire at Elm street
TTiOR RENT A 5-ROO.M HOUSE WITH
X' sewer acd water at ll:t.i Seventeenth
street. Inquire at 00 Seventeenth street.
J. u. ueecher.
TTIOR RE NT TWO s ROOM HOUSE 3, NEW.
-- with bath and furnace, modern. Corner
of Temh aveDuc aud Severn senth street.
inquire of Hull & Co.
TTIOR REST A 7-ROOM HOUSK WITH
A. modern conveniences on corner of Sixth
avenue ami Twenty-eiulith street Apply at
tuu j wenty-r ignm street.
TilOH RENT A NEW .".-ROOM COTTAGE.
X;- bath rooms ga. hoc and cold water.
newiy papered, on r orty -second street. :. a
month. Apply to Goldsmith A: Melvee.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TTIOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, AN A 1
X' Steck uprijrht grand piano. Address box
38.1, Kock 1-laud.
TTIOR SALE TWO WORKING HORSES
X' also a young, gentle buggy horse. Inquire
at o-j x nirty-eignin street.
TnnP GATE- I -IM' N"T-T.-T?C tJ ri TT- r A C I.' 3
XJ soft coal heating stove, candy jars, store
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITn
lot KOxloO. nine rooms, bath room aud
laundry. bet ween Eleventh and Twelfth street!
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
TTIOR SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON
X A 35-room, well furnished hotel doing a
good busine in a live town. Two blocli
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S
Hull & Co.
17IOR SALE LOTS IN McENIKY'S AD-
XT' dltion by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynde bulldlDg. 1 nese lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eirhtu and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
MONEY TO LOAN.
nrONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
iX on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L. Coyne,
ua seventeenth street, up stairs.
TONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
iX gage loans by W. H Kustrcan, 1712 See
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also maxea oollaotions brd ones a speolalty
TIONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE.
-.'a. pianos, carnages, horses, diamonds, etc
Also time cheoKs castiiMi. you can pay in
money at any time to reduce Interest on loan
Room 50, MeCulIout'h building. Davenport
Mortgage ljan company, Davenport, Iowa
VTA NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
IT monds, watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clothicsr. drv
goads, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paia ror second nana goous or an kinds also
The above goods for sale at half tne usual
store prices. Ail business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location.
loi aecona avenue uon t lorget it. J. W
Jones. Two ringson 1347
T Jl. ST It A CIS. PROFESSOR OF DI A-
tt auction. All diseases suecessfullv treat.
eu wiinoui tneaioine or electricity. ljladiiC'
tlon cure wtiuc you fleep. No c ire no piy.
Afflicted persons, nartictila-1 v those nrn.
nounced incurable, are invited to cad or write.
Ofllce. 117 Sixteenth street between First and
Second avenues. Hours. 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4
auu nocp. m. Sundays, to 4 p. m.
Is over ami Krazer can now gup
ply you with all kinds of Lehigh
Valley coal at a reasonable price.
An abundant supply of Pocahon
tas, Smokeless Coal, Cannel Coal
for prates and Soft' Coal always
E. G. FRAZER.
PAR Errs I
. - A If . ' i W...,wa,. J... . I
fijj I Hir to ita youthful Colnr.
"S"? " -lt'i'iti'-ilK.
tfiafj. r4i. '- OS
Opposite Harper House.
Importers and Breeders of Pedigreed Belgian Hares.
Our Rabbitry contains more champions and
prize winners than any Rabbitry
east of Denver, such as
Champion Kdinboro II, score 1G.
Champion Fox Coat.
Union Jack, score 16J, by Faslioda.
Denhaiu Don, Jr., score DoJ.
Climax, by Fashoda.
Fashoda l t.dd.
All of These Animals are Imported
We 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, (
County of Kock Island f v5'
lu the C'ircu t Court In Chancer.
Henry Flue-el vs. The Second Itaptlst
Church of Rocn Island, III., and John VVolfrom
Foreclosure, peueral No. IMH
Notice is hereby riveri that by vinue of a
(lirn-eiilMilil court, entered in llie iilmve en
tilleii cause, on the First day of November. A.
1. r.K'. I shall, on Saturday, the Fifteenth clay
of Ilecember. A. I), r.in. at Hie hour of two
o'clock in tho afternoon, at the Court.
House, in till- city of Kock Island, in said
County of Kock Island, to satisfy said cl. erec.
sell at public vendue to the hitrlu-st bidder
for cash that certain parcel of land, si! uat e in
the County of Kock Island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as IoIIo-.vh. towit:
J.ot number Kij?ht (X) in Hloek number
Forty-four (41) in that part of the city of
Rock Island known as and called "Chicago or
Lower Addition" to said City.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this Tenth
day of November. A. U. 1!00.
1-.I.W1S F I'AKMP.NTKK.
Master In Chancery. Kock Island County; 111.
O. K. Crameh. Complainant's (-Solicitor.
Estate of Miriam I... Ililller, decease.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Miriam 1 Hillier.
late of the county of Kock lslnd. state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby Rives notice that he
will appear before the county court of Ko-k
Island county, at the county court room. In
the city of Kock Island, at the January term,
on the tirst Monday In January next, at which
time all nersons having claims against saia
estate are notilled and requested to attend.
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All Dersons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this l-tn day or ovemner, n. u. iwu.
Ghiiiok F. Roth. Administrator.
Jackson & Hciist, Attorneys.
Dowt Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made onty by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madison, Wis. ti
keeps you well. Our trr.:s
mark cut cn each package.
Price, 35 cents. Naver co'.'i
In bulk. Accep no sj'j
tute. Ask our drug -
T. H. Thomas, sole agent.
DO NOT HESITATE
If you have prescriptions to te tilled to
tiring tbein to us. We are niukiui.' the
prescrif'ton business the feature of our
store. Having It at all times lathe care
of competent registered dnig-sts, we
feel fuiiy justified In soliciting tour pre
scription work. Our White I'lne and
Tar Cout-h Syrup Ls in demand and Ls
giving splendid satisfaction.
Canode & Co.
Itarmaelsts. Suceess r -to Baboon s
Twentieth St. and Fourth Ave.
Mioe for women,
In light and heavy
Soles. A A to EE in
All leathers. For sale
Duchess of Islcworlh.
. M. C.
FOR SALE BY
J, P, Sexton & Co,
l.SlS Second Ave.
Kotlcs of I'nbllcatlon- Chancary
State of Illinois, I
County of liock Island, f
In the circuit court, January term, A. U
Abraham Clover vs. Fannie Mover. In
Affidavit of the non-residence of Fa'.n :
Clover, the defendant above named, hav
ing been tiled In the office of the clerk of said
circuit court of Kock island county, no
tice ls hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant, that the complainant linn filed hi
bill of complaint In said court. on the chancery
side thereof, on the I Jib dy of Novi ruber A
U. ISiO, and that a summons thereupon isnieii
out of said court against said defendant, re
turnable on the 7th day of January A. U. IX'I.
as Is by law required.
Now, .therefore, unless you, the said i-annii
Clover, shall personally be and appear before
the saldcircuu court of Kock IMand county, on
the first day of the next term tuereof. to b
holden at the court bouse In the city of Kock
Island, Insaid county, on the 7th day of Jan
uary. A. D. and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant s bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stal'.-d will betaken as confessed,
and a decrceeoutred against you according to
the prayer of saiJ bill.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
ir.y hand and affixed tbe seal of said court, at
my office In Kock Island, this 1-th day of No
vember. A. D. ISrfM.
CiEoaoR W. Gamble. Clerk
S. R. Ksmw.btmv, Complainant Solicitor.
NOV. li, A. V. I'M.
J Hart z & Ulleineyer.
tor. Jsoy, -.1, A. JJ.