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THIS AUGHTS. TnUBSDAT. MARCH 7, lOOi;
Published U- sad Weekly at 1624 Second
X-rr-S, Roc Island. El. Entered at tne
Poetoface aa Second-clam matter.
iff THI NAME OF J. W. POTTER
TERMS Dally, 10 cent per week. Weekly,
11.00 per annum in advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
such article.wUl be printed oyer flotltloua sig
natures correspondence solicited from every town
ihlp In Rock Island county.
Thibsdat, March 7.
Democratic Convention and Caucuses.
The democratic voters of the city of Rock
Island will meet in their respective wards on
the evening of Tuesday. March 12, for the pur
pose of nominating one candidate for alder
man ia each ward and selecting delegates to
the city-township convention, and also two
ward committeemen for each precinct and
such other business as may be proper to trans
act at said meeting.
The basis of representation for the selection.
of delegates will be one delegate for each 20
votes or the major fraction thereof cast for
Bryan and Stevenson in 1900.
The city-township convention of the demo
cratic party of Rock Island will be held at
Turner hall. In said city, Saturday evening.
March 16, 1901, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the following of
fices: One mayor, one city clerk, one city attor
ney, one city treasurer, one police magistrate,
five assistant supervisors, one assessor, one
collector, live justices of the peace, live con
stables. lso to elect a chairman of the city-township
committee and to transact such other
business as may come before the convention.
The several wards of the city are entitled to
representation in said convention as follows:
First ward 12 Delegates
Second ward 14 "
Third ward 19
Fourth ward 11 "
Fifth ward .....1.5
Sixth ward is "
Seventh ward 13
James W. Cavasadgh,
Chairman City-Township Committee.
Rock Island. 111.. Feb. M. I'M.
I desire to announce my candidacy for the
democratic nomination for the office of town
ship collector at the next election, and solicit
the Indorsement and help of all my friends
who believe me deserving.
13. H. Kimball.
The Chicago Times-Herald, a strong
administration paper, and stalwart in
its loyalty to the party, repeats that
we have at last reached imperial
The way the republican mayoral
aspirants in Kock island are wielding
their hatchets is outclassing Carrie
Nation's joint-smashing escapades two
to one and leaving more lasting ef
fects. The city of Warsaw is in a fight to
get the county seat of Hancock county
away irom Carthage. The citizens
have raised over $35,000, and propose
to raise $50,000 for the erection of a
court house in
case the change is
One of the New York papers de
tailed a corps ol reporters the otner
day to ask every United States senator
this question: "What would you
do with $75,000,000?" Senator Ma
son's reply was brief and to the point
I would build asylnms for fool edit
ors." he said.
The Galesbnrg city council, on pe
tition of 446 voters, has decided to al
low a vote at the coming election on
the matter of licensing saloons. The
vote is purely a sentimental one, no
one being pledged to abide by it, but
it will give a means ol showing tne
strength of the anti-license sentiment
Kaiser Wilhelm's bedroom in the
Neues palace is said to be a very simp
ly furnished apartment, xl is small,
and its walls are hung with flowered
batiste. The brass bedstead is of Eng
lish make, and is such as . could be
bought anywhere for $50. The ad
joining bathroom contains nothing
out a deep zinc tub, rather narrow at
the foot end, and painted white, with
the color worn off in spots.
Bumsess men should aid local news
papers in building up a town. Press
and Printer, a trades journal of Bos
ton, Mass., says: "The effort of any
newspaper to build up a town is prac
tically nullified unless it is backed up
by the business men of the town. A
stranger turns from the news columns
of a paper to its advertising columns,
and if he fails to find there the busi
ness cards of the merchants and pro
fessional firms, he comes to the con
clusion that the editor is not appre
ciated, in which case it ia a good
place to keep clear from. No town
Excellent for (jmW
Faceache, Rheumatism? e
DR. RICHTER'S World-Renawnce '
None germing without Trade Kark "Inrhor."
One well-known person's letter out of many:
EXPELLER'i a very good
house medicine tok room
- GatlN.CATM.PWlkST N C
25c end BOc at all druggist or through-
LF.aJ.BichtrCe81S Pearl St, Kew York
36 HIGHEST national AWARDS..
aidant, YV unletnie ana tceiaw
ever grew without the active assist
ance of its papers. . Nor can papers
grow without the assistance of the
town. Business men should realize
this and remember that in lending
support to their local paper they are
not only building up tneir own dusi
ness. but are helping to support that
which in steadily working for the
growth of the whole town.
The "rough rider" clubs which
acted as escort to the vice president
Monday recall the picturesque fea
tures of other inaugurations. One of
the liveliest occasions at the accession
of a new president was when Andrew
Jackson was installed in office in 1829.
Every man carried a hickory stick.
Horses were caparisoned with hickory
bark and a few bonnets of hickory
leaves were seen. The procession that
followed William Henry Harrison to
the capital contained coons, log cabins
and hard cider barrels. One log
cabin float was so large that 13 horses
were required to draw it.
"THE IMPERIAL FAMILY."'
A republican Washington corre
spondent, telegraphing to his paper.
also republican, the arrival and seat
ing of conspicuous people in the sen
ate chamber to witness the installa
tion of Roosevelt as vice president,
says: "The imperial family did not
arrive until a few moments before
the inauguration ceremonies com
menced. Mrs. McKinley leaned heav
ily upon the arm of Maj.-lxen. Uorbin,
who was arraved in the lull uniform
of his rank and made an inspiring
ngure. Ihere it is already: "Im
perial family!" The next thing the
correspondents of the court organs
will be telegraphing that "his im
perial highness" did so and so, and
"her most serene majesty" leaned
heavily upon the arm of "his grace,
the duke of Luzon," who wore the
full regalia of a "knight of the im
perial garter." Anybody who will
take the time to watch tne progress
of events can see what the future will
bring forth in the imperialistic play
that is now "on the boards."
THE FAMOCS SPOONEK RIOEK.
As finally passed by congress in the
form of a rider to the army appropria
tion bill the Spooner act empowering
the president to establish a civil gov
ernment in the Philippines is as fol
"That when all insurrection against
the sovereignty and authority of the
United btates in the f nihppine islands,
acquired from Spain by the treaty
concluded at Paris on the 10th day of
December, 1699, shall have been com
pletely surpressed by the military
and naval forces of tne united btates,
all military, civil and judicial powers
necessary to govern the said islands
shall, until otherwise provided by
congress, be vested in such person
and persons and shall be exercised in
sucn manner as tne president ol tne
United States shall direct for main
taining and protecting the inhabitants
of said islands in the free enjoyment
of their liberty, property and religion
"Provided, That no sale or lease
or other disposition of the public
lands, or the timber thereon or the
mining rights therein, shall be made;
and, provided, further, that no fran
chise snail be granted wnicnis not ap
proved by the president of the United
States and is not in his judgment
clearly necessary for the government
of the islands and indispensable for
the interests of the people thereof,
and which cannot, without great pub
lie mischief, be postponed until the
establishment of a permanent civil
government; and all such franchises
shall terminate one year after the es
tablishment of such a permanent civil
It is said by republican journals
that the last paragraph, which is the
Hoar amendment, is objectionable to
the president. Assuming the truth of
the statement, it accuses President
McKinley of desiring power to es
tablish a civil government not for tne
"benevolent assimilation" of the na
tives, ' but for the appropriation of
their lands for the enrichment of ad'
ministration favorites and henchmen.
Ferry's Flagship to be Raised.
Tbe man-of-war frigate Niagara, on wblcb
Commodore Perry won tbe battle of Lake Erie
In tbe war of 1813, may soon be recovered
from tbe bottom of the lake. Many people
wbo think: that, health la as surely
lost as though it were also at the bot-
tomof the ocean, should try Hostettere Stom
ach Bitters, when they will once more rind
themselves In possession of this precious bless
ing. The Bitters Is especially effective at this
seaion. to diive away winter impurities and
refresh the system. It is good for any digestive
trouble, and is a sure cure for headache, nerv
ousness, belching, biliousness, weak kidneys.
malaria or. fever and ague. See thai our
private revenue stamp covers the neck of the
A Knlrd Spot.
About a mile south of the Michigan
state line and near Cedar lake, Indiana,
is a email spot of laud upon wblcb
vogetationnbsoIutely refuses to grow.
The surrounding soil, though apparent
ly the same, is very productive. The
spot 13 less than 20 feet In diameter
and is located In a grove which tra
dition declares to have been the tor
ture ground of the Bawbeese Indiana.
Lucidity of Slansjr.
"So you floored your opponent?"
"Tes, indeed; I knocked him sky
high." Chicago Record.
Like Oliver Twist, children ask for
more when given One Minute Cough
Cure. Mothers indorse it highly for
croup. It quickly cures all coughs
and colds and every thicat and lung
trot ble. It is a specific for grip and
asthma and has long been a well
known remedy for whooping cougn.
B. H. Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
.To'slin. March 7. Charles Wain-
wright, of Chicago, is out here on a
Miss Edna CromDton spent Satur
day last with her brother in Rock
.Tesae Walker delivered a load of
poultry in Davenport last Wednesday.
ueorge uavies and wne, oi iavcu
oort. visited Wednesday last with
Mr. White's family.
Some of our young people enjoyed
themselves at a dance at George Oli
ver's xnunuay evening,
.foslin school. taurht bv Miss
Thearle Jordan, closes Friday of this
Miss Amanda Nold is still improv
Mrs. Coolev. Mrs. Scott and Dr.
and Mrs. Rice, of Hillsdale, attended
the oyster supper at Joslin Friday
The Sfeara sad Stripes at Aere.
A good American had . been making
eome-soiil stirring remarks about the
glorious tar spangled banner when an
Engllsnmtin wno is pretty wen .imen-.
canized.t1d a little story apropos: T
rememben once, to have seen thef stars
and stripes applauded uproariously on
a peculiar! occasion. It happened many
years agowhen the British flag. wasn't
as popular In the United States as it is
now andva party of us -Englishmen
were at aftlieater in XewYork consid
erably fasther down town than thea
ters. are noavto be found on Broadway.
The play wns Richard I,' and if you re
member tltere is a scene in the play
where Richard, after putting his foes
to flight in terrific style, "mounts -the
walls of Atre and plants the British
colors there. Evidently the manage
ment knew ttlie temper of the audience
and felt that even under such cireum
stances tbeBritish flag would not be a
good thins, so what did they do but
give Richard the star spangled banner,
and, by all tbe gods, he took it with
him In 'the charge and planted it on
Acre's walls. It was ridiculous, of
course, and we Englishmen laughed,
but the audience took it quite as the
correct tiring, and the way the people
stormed aaid shouted and clapped was
enongh t have made Richard turn
over' in ltfs grave. Historically it was
away off.. dramatically it was open to
criticism, but patriotically it was a
howlingjsuccess." Washington Star.
Trigonometrjr Iu X liny Work.
"Few prople know," said Dr. J. C.
Egelston while performing an opera
tion at the City hospital, 'that it takes
trigonometry to locate a bullet in the
body. But in i every X ray operation
In wliich th bullet or foreign, sub
stance is deeply imbedded a mathemat
ical computation is neeessary to show
just liow deep the bullet is. The X
rays make the flesh transparent, leav-
ing only the bones and foreign sub
stance visible, so that you see just
where the bullet is, and yet you don't
know where it is. You know its lati
tude and longitude, so to speak, but
those measurements are surface meas
urements, and you don't known how
deep the object is beneath the surface.
The point on the surface of the body
beneath which the bullet is can be
readily located, but how far beneath
that pointtis tbe bullet?
"This Is'the question that trigonome
try has to answer, and by knowing the
answer a great deal of unnecessary
cutting may be saved, and what might
otherwise be a difficult and dangerous
operation may be rendered compara
tively safe and easy. If the bullet en
ters one side of the body, for instance.
and lodges within an inch or two of
the skin on the other side, the other
side of the body would be the one from
which to operate." Kansas City Jour
Tbe Chinese Cnlatne.
Though Chinese cuisine has been
credited with some utterly fabulous
dishes, such as white mice served
alive, which add piquancy by their
squeak as they dive down the gullet.
curiosities In the edible line do form
a considerable list.
Bird's nest soup, for Instance; a
clear soup made from the refined
gluten with which a certain species
of swallow fasten their nests beneath
the rocks; stewed "sea slugs," another
nasty sounding dish, but transcending
in flavor the aldermanic green turtle
fat. There majbe, too, on first intro
duction, some prejudice against fried
grasshoppers. But courage in this In
stance is rewarded by a deliclously
crisp, brown mouthful, of a delicate
It is a fallacy to suppose that pork
forms a constant article of diet in
China. As a matter of fact, it is too
expensive and Is only eaten on high
days and holidays or at restaurants.
Neither do milk, beef or game enter
much into Chinese cookery, the first
two being tabooed on religious grounds.
Dog flesh is eaten in the south but
rarely and only by the poorest of the
poor. Blackwood. .;?
Catarrh Cannot Be Cared
With local applications, as they can
not reach tbe seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take Internal remedies. Hairs
Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the bloed and mucous
surfaces. Hill's Catarrh Cure is not
a quack medicine. It was prescribed
by one of the best physicians in this
country for years and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the
best tonics known, combined with
the best blood purifiers, acting direct
ly on the mucous surfaces. The per
fect combination of the two ingredi
ents is what produces such wonder
ful results in curing catarrh. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney; & Co., proprietors, To
Sold by druggists, price 75 cents. --
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
f ; -
S I '
Wednesday, a. m., at 9 o'clock, we place on
sale 10.000 yards, at 10c a yard, for choice, at
prices that will create the greatest ribbon sen
sation of the year.
One lot of satin and G. G. all
and GO, in a multitude of shades.
The narrowest width is worth
40c a yard.
A liberal quantitv of taffeta, chiffon
all the new tints, worth in a regular way 50c, at, a yard. . . . 25c
1,000 yards of fancy neck ribbons,
at 50c to 65c a yard, choice of the
A lot of new Persian ribbons, the
2,000 yards of fancy stripe plaids
and lUc kind, an at, a yaro
v One thousand yards
cmrppctartirlp in thp ribbon
half the usual price. The
limited. There will be no
Quantities of other items in this department not
quoted here. Each item a money saver.
See East Vestibule Window Display.
Corner Second snd Harrison Streets, Davenport, Iowa,
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by tbe day. quire at 413
WANTED A SITUATION. BY A YOCN(3
man 25 years old. Strontc and willing to
work. Piumbintf or grocery bui-iaess preferred.
Address W. E. J. care of ABUls.
WANTED BY REFINED WIDOW OF
experience, work to do day at house
work, ironing, house-cleaninir or to assist ia
caring for the sick Keierences given if de
sired. Call at Third avenue.
WANTED MALE HELP.
ANTED TWO GOOD CARPENTERS.
Apply 17'Hj First avenue.
WANTED GOOD.RELIABLE OILSALES
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and implement company, Cleve
WANTED MEN WITH RK! TO SELL,
our Poultry Mixture. Straiht salary 15
weekly and experes; year's contract. Ad
dress with slam. Monarch Manufacturing
company, box twi Spring!! eld, IU.
WANTED A GOOD. HONEST, INDU3
trious boy ubout I "years of ue to work
In the botuiDK department. Must have Rood
references as to character, etc. Apply at 10
a. m. at the Hi Hi Hitters company, Industrial
WANTED L.ABORFRS FOR FA CTORY
work and carpenters tjwork at usual
watres, applying small part of income on pur
chase of town lot or cottage of modern cost.
Only those having money-savin? habits need
apply. We also have work for a few wood
chopper. East Moiioe company, East Moline,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED LAUNDRY GIRL. APPLY AT
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at bM Twenty-third street.
WANTED A DINING ROOM GIRL AT
the Twin-City restaurant, 1603 Second
WANTED TWO DINING ROOM GIRLS
and a cook at Wright's restaurant, 1923
WANTED-AT HARPER HOUSE, STENO
grapber. Excellent opportunity for
making money. Apply at Harper.
WANTED A DOMESTIC FOR FAMILY
of two. Must be able to cook. Liberal
wages to rlgot party, and good treatment.
Address "E 11," Aituus.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selliDg article. Cill before
8:30 a m. or after 5 p. m. at 2716 Fifth avenue,
WA NTED ORDERS FOR PAPER HANG
ing, paper cleaning and painting. Full
line of the latest designs in wall paper always
on nana, t.ooa work guaranteea ana uone
promptly. K. uoits, 7-'3 Third avenue.
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. Sal try Sito per
month, expanses ana commission, must in
vest (l.00 in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 410. Kansas City, Mo.
Notice Application for Change of Name.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
will at tbe Mav term. A. !., 1001, of the circuit
court of Rock Island county, Illinois, wbicb con
venes on tbe th day of May. A. D., llX't. make
an application to said court for leave to change
bis name f r m that of Ad"lph Acdersnn. wbich
he now bears, to that of Frans adolph Alford,
by which name to be assumed be is to be there
after known and called.
Anyoue Interested can appear in said court
and tile objection to such intended change of
name if they so desire, and may show cause
why tbe court should not grant the prayer of
the petitioner. Aoolph Anukk-io:.
W. J. Swmnbt, Solicitor.
Notice A ppllcatlon for Chance of Name.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
will at the May term. A. It. 1901, or the circuit
court of Rock Island county. Illinois, which
convenes on the tith day of May A. D. 1W01,
make an application to said court for leave to
change bis name from that John T. Johnson,
wbich be now bears, to that of John Theodore
Norrby by wl ich name to be assumed be in to
be thereafter known and called.
Anyone interested can appear In said court
and tile obieelioi stj such intended chanirfl of
name if they ho desire and may show cause
why tnecourtsnoum Dot grant the prayer or
John T. Johfso.v. '
W. J. Sweeney Solicitor ...... .
silk ribbons, widths 12, 1G, 22, 40
double the price, and others up to
and sherring ribbon, in
you would guess the price
latest craze, at 15c and 2Sc
and check neck ribbons, 8c
colored velvet ribbons, the
familv. at iust nbniit nnp.
quantity, though liberal, is
more, so come early.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
IITOR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRUIT
farm for sale In South Rock Island. Fine
ly Improved. See Keidy Bros.
FOR SALE FINE LOTS IN SINNET'S
addition; also in Coliepe Heights and
Guyer s addition by F. M. Sinet, 317 Forty
F'OR SALE OR -RENT, 5 ROOM HOUSE;
good barn, well and cistern; four lots.
Corner Thirty-eighth street and Fourteenth
avenue. For particulars see Reidy Bros.
TTK3R SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
-L lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, bet ween Elevemn and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
FOR SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON.
A 3S-room, well furnished hotel doing a
good business in a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S.
Hull & Co.
TjlOR SALE LOTS IN MCP2IRY'S ajU
dltion by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street oar lines. Terms to suit pur
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TfOR SALE WHITE LANGSHAN ROOS
-- ters and pullets, singly or in trios. J
Strahlnecker, Milan, 111.
TTIOR SALE ONE NEW COUCH, AND
MJ iron bras bed, springs and mattress, at a
oargain. inquire at imi aecona avenue. Sec-
ona noor: last uoor to the rlht.
FOR SALE A GOOD BEDROOM SUIT
with mattress and springs, also good rub
ber tire baby bucgy and other household roods
cneap. inquire at 318 Forty-Cf th street, Kock
ANGORA CAT MALE ONE YEAR OLD.
Color, tiger and white, long silkv hair.
magollicent tail, gentle disposition, perfect ia
every way. win sen cneap if taken soon.
ACdresss postoftlcebox H.', Rock Island. Give
your telephone number.
Tax Redemption Notice.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, f
To Thomas Downing and the unknown owners
and all otaers interested
You are hereby notified that the following
lots, pieces or parcels of land situated in tbe
county of Rock Island and state of Illinois, to
wit: Lots numbered 23 and 21. in Heinrich's
sub-division to South Kock Island, were soil to
D. Cramer at the county collector's tax sale
on the 13th day of June. A. u , 1HM, for taxes,
special assessments and costs due the state of
Illinois and the county of Rock Island for the
year IMM. which certificate of purchase was
assignea oy me suia purcnaser to tne under
signed on the 30th day of October. A. D. I WO.
that the time of redemption for said sale will
expire on the l.ith day of June, a. D., 1901.
Dated this 6th day of March, A. D.. li)01.
S. D Geisi.eu
Notice of Cbaoze of Name.
Public notice is hereby given that at a spe
cial meeting or the stockholders of tbe Rook
isiana Plumbing. Heating anu Kooflng com
pany, held at its otlice, in the citv of Rock Is
land. Illinois, on the fourth day of March. A.
u. itn: pursuant to notice iu uccuraance with
tne statue in such case made and provided.
the name of said corporation was changed
from Rook Island Plumoing. Heating and Roof
ing company, to Rock Island Mooting compacy.
and that certificates of such chance have
been Hied in the ortice of the secretary of ite
state oi iiunois. ana in tne omce or the re
corder of deeds, in the county ot Rock Island
ana state or Illinois, a provided by law.
R' K Island Kink-ikc 1'ompanv
By Charles Hansgen its president and William
. Bansgen its secretary.
Kock Island, 111, March 4th. 1U01.
Notice Application for Change of Name.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
will at the May term A. D. lil. of toe ci,ou t
court of Rock Island county, Illinois, which
convenes on tbe 6th day of May A. D. 1101,
make an application to said court fur leave to
change his name rrom that or C. K. Olson,
which be now bears, to that or C. E Odell. by
which name to be assumed be is to be there
after known and called.
Any one Interested can appear in Bald court
and hie objections to such Intended change of
name if they so desire, and may show cause
why the court should not grant tbe prayer of
the petitioner C. E. Olio.
W. J. hwtiKiv, Solicitor.
Notice Application for Change of Name.
Notice is hereby given that tbe undersigned
will at the May term. A. D. I '.nil. of the circuit
court of Rock Island county. Illinois, which
convenes on the bib day of May, A. D. lfoi,
make an application to sa'd court for leave
to change bis name from that of John A.
Ande-son. which be now bears, to that of
John B. A. Evert, by which name to be as
sumed, he is to be thereafter known and
Any -one interested can appear In said court
and tile objections to such intended change of
name If they so desire and may show cause
why the court should not grant the prayer of
tbe petitioner. John A. Ah'DSBUX,
W.J. SwtKNir, Solicitor.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED BOOM WITH
all modern conveniences. SKW Fifteenth
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED AND
three unfurnished rooms atH) Thirteenth
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with heat, gat and bath, at 4U94 Twenti
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
ble for two persona. Call at 1608 Second
avenue; second floor.
FORRENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS:
every convenience, excellent board, liJ6
Second avenue. Telephone I JW.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
board; home cooking. Modern and home
like conveniences, at 1411 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. All modera
conveniences; three blocus from postomce.
5-;o Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
room, steam heat, gas, bath; three blocks
Trom postofflce, on Elm and red car lines. Ad
dress X, Alto us office.
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
FOR RENT A SMALL STORE ROOM
suitable for barber shop at 00 Second
FOR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT 2S17
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire at 2832
FOR RENT DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF
six rooms, Eighth avenue. Apply to
84 Twentieth street.
OR RENT HOUSE OF SEVES ROOMS,
city water and sewer. Inquire at fcellel s
grocery, corner or tourteenla street ana
FOR RENT AN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE
with all modern conveniences at t! Sev
enteenth street. Inquire at 1";I0 Ninth avenue
or J3 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT A N 8-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
modern conveninces. including electric
light, at Tenth avenue and Seventeenthsirect.
Inquire of Hull & Hemenway. .
iOR RENT-TWO HOUSES OF SIX
rooms each and one of seven rooms, all
with modern improvements, two located on
Forty-second street and one on Thirty-eighth
street between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Telephone 1316 or call on J. S. Leas, TiHEiiu
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-tifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," A kg us.
WANTED TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
with modern conveniences or rooms for
light housekeeping for man and wife and ebild.
References exchanged. Address "Pa"' Am, rs.
WANTED TO RENT. BY GENTLEMAN
and wife, neat house of six or eight
rooms. Cottage with yard preferred. Must
have bath. Willing to pay good rental, and to
lease. If desirable. Address J. iu," abi.us
LOST AND FOUND.
TjTOUND A BLACK PURSE CONTAINING
-L' receipts, lease and other papers. Owne
can have same by calling at Aki.us office. -
T AGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
-Lit card or leave word at 220f Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue.
u you have any rags, rubber, etc.. to sell
I will come to your bouse and pay you from
80 to 76 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to 5c a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention, n. tr. mugger.
T P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
U exchanges all kinds of seconu hand goods.
will 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 4he4.
TV YOTJ WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
m. or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail is the one paper in Moline
that can do It for you. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-hair cent
oer word is the once to au auite, cash in aa-
ranee. 2-cent stamps will da Evening and
Sunday Mall. Moune. in.
MONEY TO LOAN.
H TONE Y TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT.
1TJL on any kind or security Also choice
property ror sale and rent. W. L. Coyne.
est) seventeentn street, up stairs.
".CONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
JLL gage loans by W. H Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publity or removal. He
also makes collections nara ones a specialty
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc Highest casn prices
paid ror second hand goods of all kinds also
Tbe above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
connaentiai. um new numner ana location,
ltU3 Second avenue Don't forget it. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347
Estate of OUHa Ellis, deceased.
The undersigned baying been appointed ad
mlnlstratorof the estate of Ovilia EI'ls. late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will ap
pear before the county court or kock
Island county, at the county court room. In the
nltv ot Rock Island, at the ADril term, on
tbe first Monday In April next, at wblcb
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of having tne same aajustca.
All persons- indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this II tn av or r eoruary, a. u. IX I
- . . : . . J on: Eiius, Administrator...
Hanan Shoes for
Men in Patent Kid.
Velour Calf and
AA lo E.
Opposite Harper Mouse.
A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT.
Is the Work the Brltlith Doctors Are Do
ing at Their Office, 17UO Third Aveune
by Giving Their Service Free Tor
Three Month, and Thus Demon
strating Their Ability to Care
Many Maladies That are
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical In
stitute have, at the earnest solicita
tion of a number of patients under
their treatment in this county, estab
lished a permanent branch of the in
stitute in Rock Island, 111., at 1700
Third avenue, over Tremann's meat
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided tc give their services entirely
free for three months (medicines ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them between now and March SO.
These services will consist not only of
consultation, examination and advice,
but also of all minor surgical opera
tions. The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick ana afflicted,
and under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before March 30.
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 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. li. J. Nate, 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 p.
m. No Sunday hourp.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for question blank for
J. T. and S. R. Kcnwortby, attorneys.
State of Illinois, I M
Rock Island county, i
In tbe Circuit Court In Chancery.
Hiram Ruby, trustee for Katie Ruby fnow
Katie tuick). Olive Ruby. Mary Ruby, Minnie
Kuby and Li.ie Ruby vs. Oilando M. Uunncll,
Catherine Gunnell and Mrs Minnie Cailigbun
Foreclosure, general No. 4838
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered in the above en
titled cause, on tbe twenty-eighth day of Janu
ary, A. D. IDOL I shall, on Saturday, tbe
twenty-third day of March, A. D. liiOl. at tbe
hour or two o'clock in the afternoon, at
the East door of the Court House,
in the city of Rock Island, In said
County of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree,
sell at public vendue to the highest and
best bidder for cash in hand that certain par
cel of land, situate in tbe County of liock
Island and State or Illinois, known and
described as follows, towit:
commencing at a tree standing South thirty
seven degrees (37 S) West (variai ion 70 ), six
()) chains and sixteen (11) links from tbe
North ea-t corner of Section Thirty-live
In Township Seventeen (1). North of Range
One (1) West of the rourth I M.. thence
South thirty one and one hair degrees ctl' j o
West (variation 7 4U') e.even (ll chains
and thirty-eight (3fl) links: thence North
Thi'ty-four and one-half degrees O) West
fourteen (H) ctaios and Mxly-orie Oi') links;
thence North eigbty-nlne degrees (WO) East
ten (10) chains acd thirteen (13) liuks: thence
South fifty-eight and one-fcalf (5'i O) degrees
East four (4) chains Weighty (W) links to the
place of beginning, containing Eight & HT-IOO
acres and also known as Out Lot F to Coal
Valley in the town of Coal Valley, County of
Rock Island and State of Illinois.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this twelfth
day of February, A. D. 1901.
Edwin E. Parmkntkb.
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, III.
J. T. ,b S. U. Kiswuutut, Complainant's
Honey Loaned Privately
OX nOLTSEHOLD FUKNITL'KE, FIANOS,
nORSES, CAKUIAC.K3, WAGONS,
LIVE STOCK AWD OTHER
In sums to suit, without publicity or
rcmovalof the property. Should you
owe a balance on Furniture or l'iano or .
have a loan on tbe same you can have
it paid up for you and carried us long
as desired. Our o Dices are so arranged
that all wbo call may be waited upon
promptly and with entire privacy. In
formation cneerrully given on applica
tion. Fidelity Loan Co.
ROOM 38, MITCHELL & LYNDE
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Do N'T Be Fooledi
Take tbe cecuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madlaon Medi
cine Co.. Madison, Wl. 1$
keep yoa -well. Our tr?
mark cut "n each package.
Price, jts cents, fravcr cei
In bulk. Accept no v'm
(comumm tut, Aak 'our drug
T. B. Tfaom.it, ole mix?