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TELE AEGUS. WEDNESDAY, MAT 1, 1901.
Published Da1- ad Weekly at 1624 Second
Ar-r-uo, Bock Island, HL Entered ml the
Postofflce u Second-class matter.
Uf THH HA3IK OF J.
TERMS Dally, 10 cents per weak. 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 artlola.wlll be printed oyer fictitious tig
natures Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island county.
Wednesday, Mat 1.
Dewet day, and fair at that.
The teachers of Oklahoma have
riven to Gov. Barnes a pair of driving
norses in recognition of his work for
the schools and colleges of the terri
Those Cuban commissioners have
made a great success of their visit,
socially. And when they get back to
Cuba and report "social successes,"
the populace "won't do a thing to
Ik President McKinley had been per
mitted to pay out of his own purse the
traveling expenses of his big trip it is
estimated that he would have had to
foot a bill of about $30,000. The Pull
man company would charge f ;0 per
day for each of its six cars ani the
railroads would charge about fl50
j2r mile for hauling them.
As evidence of national gratitude
and appreciation was never more
worthily bestowed than in the pension
recently voted Col. William R. Morri
son as a Mexican war veteran. Col.
Morrison served his country gallant
ly in two wars and after gave to it a
brilliant career in the halls of con
gress. As a soldier and as a states
man he has stood in the front rank of
great Americans. In politics be be
longs to the old school of democrats
he is one of the noblest Romans of
Uncle Sam is getting to be consid
erable of a toper, according to late
statistics on the amount of money an
nually spent for alcoholic drinks.
The American Grocer, a trade paper,
adduces figures to show that last year
there was spent in this country fl,-
060.C00.000. This is an average of
about f 15 per year for every man,
woman and child in the countrv- The
per capita expenditure in the British
isles is about $ 19. but as the cost of
nearlv all kinds of "drinks" is about
one-third less in Great Britain than
here, it is estimated that J. Bull and
his familv drink nearlv twice as much
per capita a3 do the members of Uncle
bam s big lamily.
SCENT A DANGER.
The Chicago Tribune sounds a note
of warning on the subject of over
capitalization. According to the
Tribune, the officials of the treasury
are considerably concerned over the
conditions prevailing in Wall street
and the influence of the department
at Washington is being exerted on the
New York banks to get them to dis
countenance the over-speculation.
The Tribune says: "Treasury people
talked with oay that while there is
not the shadow of a doubt in regard
to the general commercial prosperity
of the countrv, there 'n cause for
alarm in the conditions mani
fested in Wall street. Thsre has
been, these officials say. a per
feet mania for the onranization of
trusts, and the securities of these
mammoth corporations have been
dealt in with feverish activity on the
stock exchange. The treasury de
partment is not at all concerned
about ordinary stock jobbing schemes
so far as they affect the speculating
element only. The hnancial officers
of the government have been preach
ing convervatism for some time. They
say that there has been a large over
capitalization in many oi tne inaus
trial enterprises, and a day of reckon
ing is certain when an effort is made
to squeeze tne water out ot these se
curities. The thing which is troubling
the treasury officials is not the fact
there has been frantic speculation in
Wall street, but rather the fact that
monev which belongs to legitimate
commercial enterprises has been di
verted into the avenues of specula
tion. The money must get back in
to the ordinary channels somehow,
and a great fear is expressed by the
treasury people that a possible panic
on Wall street may have a eerious
effect upon general business.
"A prominent official is quoted as
ajing the treasury department is do.
ing what it can -to stop this pouring
of good money in the Wall street rat
hole,' but that much has not been ac
complished a yet. He points out
that there is no danger of a commer-
f COUGH SYRUP ?h
' cures Hackinjr Coughs, 1
cures. Hackinir Coughs,
Sore Lungs, Grippe, Pneu
monia and Bronchitis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull'a
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's substitute ; it
is not a good as Dr. Bull's.
Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism,
Aches and Pains. 15 S cts.
Icial panic, bat there is danger of a
speculative crash. - Conservative
banking associations are advised to
discountenance this speculative fever,
and western and southern banks are
admonished that it would perhaps be
iust as well for them to keep their
money at home and not carry as much
of it in New York banks as they have
WARNING AGAINST IMPERIALISM.
Far from India comes a warning
against American tendencies toward
a military republic. The Tribune
fmblished atLabare, the capital city of
'unjah, British India, commenting on
the imperial trend of the hour, says:
"The last number of the North Ameri
can Review contains an article on
current topics' from the pen of the
Hon. Benjamin Harrison, whose-death
was announced the other day. America
in its present state of political trans!
tion was in great need of men like
Benjamin Harrison, men who, with
unflinching faith in the American
constitution, always endeavored to
keep their country straight in the
grand old path cut out by their illus
trious forefathers. Benjamin Har
rison was one of those men who man
fully stick to their guns under the
most hopeless circumstance?; and a
n.an of this character with hi? uner
ring wisdom, vast experience and
pDwerful personality was surely one
who could be relied upon by the na
tion in the hour of doubt and distress
When, in an unguarded moment, the
old world lost sight of its ideal the
one great common ideal to which civ
i'i.atioii is working its way and was
straggling in thegiooui, witn an ocean
of greed and hunger foaming around
the new world gleamed like the
Pole star, not the shadow of a cloud
marring its luster. And a sacred
hope lingered some where that it would
some day or other help the world to
regain the right path. The hope has
received a rude shock. The only
hxien on this earth where the forbid
aen iruit naa not its iciiueuce ieit is
no more, and its mortal taste has al
ready begun to tell upon its victim.
We are speaking of the imperial re
public of the United States of America
with its growing lust for self-aggrand
lzement and the ever-increasing war
expenditure. Fortunately there are
still men in America who never cease
to keep before them the old ideal and
who direct their strenuous enorts in
preventing others from taking the
wrong way, and the late Hon. Benji-
min Harrison was one of them. .Now
that ne is no more his 'musings' on
the present condition of his country
which he devoutly loved, bear a seal of
sacred ness, and will, we think, im
p ess the American mind with a more
than ordinary force."
A LI. AROUND ANDALUSIA.
Andalusia, April SO. Fred Mosher
was home Sunday.
John Huntley, of Port Byron, was
here on business.
Miss Myrtle Collins, of BulTalo
spent Sunday with friends on this
Mr. and Mrs. James Stevens, of
Chicago, spent a few days here last
I. II. BulTum has gone to Minnesota
Mrs. John Ballard and Mrs. Jones
spent last week in Rock Island with
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Kent, the
evening of the 22d, a babv girl.
Frank Haas, of Davenport, is visit
james uniton ana wne were m
Drury last week.
Messrs. Charles and Harry Doller
hide rode from Muscatine on bicycles
II. Webster and family, of Reynolds,
were guests .Sunday at G. Jb. f pick
Prof. Claypool and Miss Edna Davis
attended the teachers1 institute last
The Misses Mary ani Lizzie Egger
and brother Harry passed through
here on their way to Reynolds Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Garrity, of Coal
Valley, were Sunday visitors at Mrs.
Mrs. M. Johnson, of , EJgington,
made a short visit with relatives last
Mrs. John Parks, of Reynolds,
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
The children and grandchildren of
Grandma Seefeidt celebrated her 78th
birthday in a pleasant manner Sun.
fought for His Life.
"My father and sister both died of
consumption," writes T. J. Weather
wax, 01 vvayandotte, Mich., "and .
was saved irom the same irightlui
fate only by Dr. King's New D acov-
erv. An attack ot pneumonia left an
obstinate cough and verv severe lung
irouDie. wnicn an excellent aoctor
could not help, but a few months use
of this wonderful medicine made me
as well as ever and I gained much
in weight." Infallible for conghs,
colds and all throat and lnng trouble.
Trial bottles free. Guaranteed bottles
50 cents and f 1 at Uartz & Ullemey-
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers search
the remotest parts of the bowels and
remove the impurities speedily with
no discomfort. They are fatuous for
their efficacy. Easy" to take, never
gripe. B. II. Biebcr and Hartz &
BRIGHT, BEAUTIFUL. HAT.
(By Mrs. C. K. Taylor.)
All hll to you. fairy, so blithesome and airy.
Just skipping ana tripping along on ner way.
With hands lull of rosles and fragrant wLd
None other Is this than bright, beautiful May.
With movement so graceful, robes fitting and
She glides Hue so 013 fairy queen seeking her
With music and laughter, behold trooping
Kach flower of the woodlaud. allegiance to
O'er hill, dale and hollow, her footsteps they
They wait for her bidding to come at her
Just see the dew glitter, while merry birds
And mark the blue sky that is bending o'er
All nature rejoices, while manifold voices
Wakd slumbering ecuoesver mountaiu and
The grass ifroweth greeaer, the Iandssape
And mingled with all comes the patte.ing
The beds begin lowing, the brooklets are
Now plashing and dasblngand flashing along
In monotone singing to mosses. tht clinging
Conceal the rough oanks and reecao their
Oh. beautiful flowers, how many glad hours
Your nure smiling t acej on mortals Destow
For ch'ldren will ramble, ruu. caper and ssram
To gather each tiawer whase presence they
In shadiest p'.aees your innocent face
Look out with a smile as we go on our way
While "snowilakes" and "daisies'' in number
Embroider rough banks where the wlUow
In childhood's glad hour, what a wonderful
Sole favorite blossim in silenca may wield
Let me rest for an hjur la the neart or
What it si leaks to iu7 soul Is f jrever con
Little violet blue, how we listn to you
While in tones soft and clear, which none
other can bear.
We have thrilled through and through at some
message from vou.
And we have been truer for lending an ear.
In pleasure or sorrow from you we can borrow
Much solace and comfort: oh beautiful
Ye whisper sweet thoughts of a brighter to
And gladden today with your undefined
In various places your presenile m w graces
Toe hall where festivities lignten the hour.
May baskets, enfolding your innocent faces
Bespeak for themselves a noac other hath
Lo3K out for your chances, a May Queen
Say. would you outrival our bc.vuliful qieen?
Ah. nay. for your clustering beauty enhaucs.
Enfold her about with your coloraaud green.
And when round tb" May-pale gild clrlJren
With tijttdring raiment and soft, streaming
With smiles oft advancing, and merry eyes
Look well to your laurels, oh, (j icea. and
And yet we shall love you and linger above
Caress you and bless you so long as you stay.
Then softly will b-.de you where naught can
An. Ul our heart treasures, sweet llowsrsof
Rock Inland. III., May 1.
Von Can Depend Upou the Word or Thla
Kock Islaud Citizen.
lie has naa the experience.
He has thoroughly tested the arti
He found it as represented.
He corroborates the opinions of
scores in Rock Island.
Issaac Shifter, of 529 Fifteenth
street, employ eii at the Moline Gas
works, says: "There was a dull.
heavy pain in t he small of my back
continually, and after stooping it was
all 1 could tio to straighten again.
There was always too frequent action
of the kidney secretions which was
very annoying, especially through the
day. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills ad
vertised in our paper and I procured
a box from Marshall & Fisher's drug
store. After a short treatment the
dull aching pains left me, my back
felt stronger and the kidney secretions
were restored to their normal condi
tion. I know of others who had a
similar satisfactory experience with
Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cent3. Foster-Milburn company. Buf
falo, N. Y.f sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Mother Gray's Sweet l'owden
for Children. Mother Gray, for years
a nurse in the Children's Home in
New York, treated children success
fully with a remedy, now prepared
and placed in drug stores, called
Mother Grav's Sweet Powders for
Children. They are harmless as
mi Ik, pleasant to take and never fail.
A certain cure for feverish ness, con
stipation, headache, teething and
stomach disorders and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25 cents. Sample
sent free. Address Allen S. Olmsted,
LeRoy, N. Y
Chronic nasal catarrh poisons cverv
breath that is drawn into the lum'.
There is procurable from any drug
gist the remedy for the cure of this
trouble. A small quantity of Ely's
Cream Balm placed into the nostrils
spreads over an in named and angry
surface, relieving immediately the
painful inflammation, cleanees. heals
and cures. A cold in the head varn
ishes immediately. Sold by druggists
or will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely
Brothers, '56 Warren street, New
You pay 10 eenli
for Cigars not ao good a
Corner Second and Hacrl so
FREE ROUND TRIP
At the EOS TO X STORE,
Daring the Season of igoi.
Get coupon from collector ou ferry and present at Boston Store.
A Dress Goods Whir!
Tuesday morning we placs on sale $10,000 worth of Wool Dress
Goods, including fabrics that have not been in the store three weeks
All the latest colors aid choicest spring fabrics included in the fol
lowing great reductions. Join in thi3 general price tumble; it's only
for a week and you'll appreciate the
these reductions seem greater by quoting imaginary or uctitious val
ues on each item by marking an article up more than its worth.
See Our Trimmed Hats at $5.00, $3.50 and $2,00.
20 pieces Granite Suitings, pure worsted and one of the best
selling spring fabrics, in brown, blue, old ro3e, cadet, re
seda, castor, red and black, sold
3 pieces mixed Granitj Dress Goods, tan, brown and gray, 50c
is the correct piiie, we drop the price to, per yard." 39c
All Wool Gray Sailings of the cheviot family. 50 inches wide, '
a low price would be 69, special price, per yard x 40c S
10 pieces Black Storm Serges, 45 inches wide, line for suit
ings; separate skirts, etc , always wear well, a 75c fabric,
special reduced price per yard 57lc ,
6 pieces Satin Pranellt. 45 inches wide, in helio. modes, pastel
shades and red, beautiful tiaish,
Tho Wrnl Riat-if f miilir will ha
best shades at, p-ir yard
10 pieces Black Crepon. not the
wears poorly, woith $ I 25 and $1.50, price down to a jard 72c aS
12 pieces 15 inch Storoi Serges, in all the most popular shades,
splendid fabric for cuildren's dreass.s and ladie3 street N.
gowa3 all staple ihiie. 75c
25 pieces black novelaes, imported
of entire lot ....
J Domestic Granite, with worsted
for school girli, loid lor 2oc,
. , , -
rajTi'iMlfrriMrTn-T irrr tit"
jluvMig acquired the riht to operate trains
over the D. R. I. & N. V. -bridge, tve shall,
ctiyimenciii April i, put on a new fast train,
witch will run daily except Sunday as follows:
Lv Davenport - 7.30 a.m. Lv Chicago - - 4.25 p.m.
Lv Rock aland 7.45 a.m. Ar Rock Island 9.IO p.m.
Ar Chicalo - 12.30 p.m. Ar Davenport - 0.25 p.m.
pullman parlor car between Chicago and davenfcrt.
H. D. MACK, General Agent
State of Illinois, lM
Rock Island County, f M
In viie Circuit Court of said county, to the
May term. A. D..1901. ;
The Home nuUUlnf? an I I.o.in association of
Kock island. corporttion. vs. Hanie l. C
Vajghan acd D. Cramar. 1q chancery. Bill to
Affidavit of the non-ridence of ITattie L.
C. Vousrhan, one of tae defendants above
n med, bavins: been tiled in the efflce of the
clerk of said circuit flourt of Kock Island
county, notice is herey given to the said
Hattle Lt. C. Vuut'Oao. that the complainant
tiled its bill of complaint In said court, on the
chancery side thereof os the 5th day of April,
11. and t hat a summons thereupon Issued out
of Raid court aainstsaldciefendants.Ilaltie I...
C. Yauhan aLd L. Cramnr, returcable on the
s-ixth (6bbj day of May nett, ll-0I, us la by law
Now. unless you. the sad Hatlie T. C.
Yaughan and V. Cramer bhall personally be
nnd appear before said cl-vuit court of Kock
Island county, on the frst day of the next
term thereof, to be holdct in Kock Island, in
s ild co-inty on the sixtS (lUh) day of May,
iwn. anu plead, answer, or acmur to the saia
complainant s bill of complaint, the same, and
the matters and tatnirs therein charcea and
stated, will lie taken aa confessed, and a de
cree entered against yol, according to the
prayer of said bill. i
UKjKriK v. iAMiu.K, circuit UlerK.
Jackson &I1pkst, Complainant's Solicitors.
Kock Island, III., A pill a. 1U01.
Notice of l'abltcatlon-la Attachment.
State of Illinois, (
Rock Island County.
Circuit Court of Kock Island County, May
term. A D.. Is)!.
Geruude McDaniel vs. Villiam S. McDanicl.
In Attachment. Qenerul No. o!M
Notice is hereby Kivea to the said 'William
S. McDaniel tbt a writ ot attachment Issued
out of the oftice of the fllerit of the circuit
court of Kock Island court y, doted the -'Mtt
diy of March A. D., I'.Hil, at the uit of the
sttid Gertrude McDaniel anl KtraioKt the es
tate of the said William S Mo Dam el, for the
sum or tb'ee nunurea aid inirteen acinars,
directed to the frhenlT of said Kock Island
county, which said writ ha-i been returnto ex
Now. therefore, unless vou. thfi said Wil
liam S. McDaniel. shall personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Kock Is
land county on ine erst a ay or ido next
term thereof, to be holrlen at the court
house in the city of Kock Island, In said
county, on the tirst Monday of May .!..
1101. srive special ball and plnad to the said
plaintiff's action, judgment will be entered
against you. and in favor of the said Gertrude
McDaniel. and so much of the property at
tached as may be sufficient to satisfy the said
judgment ana cjsis will be sold to satisfy the
same. Gbohgc W. Oamri k. Circuit Clerk.
Wru & Olmsted, riaiatUTs Attorneys.
April 1, A. D., 1
Estate of Guy II. Hitchcock, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Guy ii. lii tchcock ,
late of the county of Kock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before the county court of Kock
Island couaty, at the county court room, in
the city of Kock Island, at the June term,
on the first Monday in Jure next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notiued and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make inunedlato payment to th
Dated th's 19th day of April, A. D. 1001.
C. H. Hixcbcock, Administrator.
n Stree Davenport, Iowa,
chance. We might easily make ,
for $ I. special price, a yd 82c '
worth $1.50, special. loK
renresentfid hir a !M v.q'nrt in
kind that looks shabby and
values, site price 57 he
to sell up to fl.0. ei oicc J
falling, a great wearing clot,h
sale price per yard JJq
C. B. & Q. R. R., Rock Island.
LOST AND FOUND.
"I" OST A SKV TKURIKR AVITH EARS
-J trimmed and tail clT; answering to the
name of '-Huxz " Keturn to 1"0 fifth avenue
I ana oerewaraea.
j T OST A LADIES' WJIA) WATCH, CRYS
1 J tl out: Rent's picture In bacu of case.
' Kinder will be liberally rewarded by returning
it to Tne A no us oilice.
1 LUK-KYKn HRr.VKTTE. NICE EOOK-
j I in:-', has fl'.txisi: is fond of home and chil
dren: would marry alleotionate, honest ren
, tleraan. Address Miss Laura, drawer II, Chi
I 4 N ELDERLY WIDOW LADY. REFINED
u- and Keni.ee). pood housekeeper, threat
lover of home comforts and worthy com
p. mi on, would like to eoT-respond with a Ren
tletran of respectability between tho age
of 5H and tS. Orly those worthy of a true wife
need reuly. Address Mrs. At.ua Laurie, Kock
Island, 111., General Dili very.
SEE WILLIAMSON' FOR STORAGE
Money loaned on household goods: 1.M5
WANTED Ul D. KKLI A HLIS OILS ALES
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
RAGS. RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at ZUfr fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth etroct and Fifth avenue,
If you have any ras, ruboer, etc., to sell.
I will come to your bouse and pay you roin
BO to 7b per hundred for ratrs. and rubbers from
3 to 5o a pound. All calls will receive proixpt
attention. D. F. Kiusrger.
J P. WILLIAMSON liUYS. SELLS, AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand goofis,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
eleantng done alo. J. I'. Williamson, luld
Second avenue. Telephone cumber 4?M.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
cr rent anything, eneaee help or secure a
situation, the M&U Is the one paper In Mollce
that can do it for you. Mail wauta are nonu-
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-halt cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash In ad
vance. 2-oer.t stamps will do. livening acd
Sunday Mail. Moilne, III
V7 ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
fv monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
mus'cal instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, eta. Highest cssa prices
paid for second band goods of all Ulnds also
The above goods for sale at bait the unuivl
storo prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential, tus new numner ana location,
lfl'- Second avenue Don't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 13-17
Panitorium Steam Dye Works
The Expert Mat Renovator,
319 Urady street, Davcujjoit.
ANTED SEVTING BY TIIE D A l .
trocd worker. Addrets J. n akuus.
WANTED IIOI'SE CLEANING TO DO
by the day. Apply 311 Tenth street.
WANTED WASHING OR "WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Quire at 413
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNG
lafly stenographer of live yea's' experi
ence wb can do general fdce work. Refer
ence furnished if desired. Address "S 15,"
FOR KENT ROOMS.
ITIOR RENT-FURNISH ED ROOMS. GEN-
II nrAfupriiil l r Tt. Villflh RVPIIllP
FOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
royni at 'JbOS Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
TiTOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. ALL
A? modern conveniences. Apply lilJl Second
UIOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIELY FUR
risbed roonrs with every convenience at
llib bccouu avenue.
TTiOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
V ble for two persons. Call at 1608 Second
avenue; second Boor.
filOR KENT THREE K ?OMS WITH MOD
m- era convenienct s, cntrallv located: reit
reasonable. Address ' li iV Akous oilice.
ITIOR KENT-TWO LARGE FURNISHED
X? rooms for linht housekeeping. Refer
ences required. Inquire at 11-5 'ibird -avenue.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
front room for man and wife or two gen
tlemen: also rooms for light housekeeping.
J7tH i nth avenue.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. All rood era
conveniences; three blocks from poslofnce.
5J0 sixteenth street.
rriOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
is front rooms with a'l latest modem con
venienjes. Mc:s if desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
IOR RENT LODGING ROOMS FOR CAMP-
ers ard pleasure seekers, convenient to
the Watch Tower at Mount Lookout west of
Tower. Apply to G. Siedemcr. 61:5 Scven
FOR RENT HOUSES
ITIOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
IOR RENT AN
8 ROOM HOUSE AT lOib
I7OR RENT MODERN S-KOOM HOUSE.
? rood location. Inquire of Dr. Bradford.
ElOR RENT FOUR ll-ROOM MODERN
Hats. Inquire at "!'.) Fiflh-and-one haif
ITOR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT 217
- Flfib-and-a-half avenue. Inquire at :ft3J
TJOR RENT-TWO FLATS ON FIFTH
i? avenue and Thirty-lirst street. Five
rooms iis. For particulars call on Mull & Co.,
real estate aenis.
PTIOR RENT ONE-HALF OF STORE ROOM
at iri: Second avenue. Sec Williamson,
1515 Second avenue.
FOR REST-NEW NINE-ROOM HOUSE,
laree barn, well and city water, corner
Thirty-ninth street and Sixth avenue. Inquire
at the First Avenue botel.
FOR RENT A HOUSE NEARLY NEW.
eitfht rooms, with large attic, pantv,
3-room cellar, electric light, gas. hot and cold
watr. and newly paoered bn jattd on Thir
ty -eighth street Inquire of J. S. Leas, 71U
Elm street. Telephone 1316.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry.bctween Eleventh acd Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
FOR SALE A NEW fi-ROOM HOUSE,
latest design ard built for all modern
conveniences. Will le ready fo-occupancy
about .lune I. Terrace lot 4 jx1! J feet. Apply
at xia Twelfth street.
FOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOTS IN
good neighborhood, centrally losated.
Sixteenth street between Tenth and Twelfth
avenues near Long View paric. For sale at
low tlgures nd your own terms, by Lotbar
Harms, o-o Llgnteentn street.
TTIOR SALE-CHEAP. A 5 ROOM HOUSE
JL and large barn nearly new. and good well
on premises Also 10 good building lots on
paved street between Sixteenth and Eigb.-
eentn avenues on rweittn street, inquire oi
John G. Sherman, Ninth street. Fair Grounds,
South Kock island.
FOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
property for sale in all parts of the city:
houses rented: rents collected: money to loan
iu any amount on real estate security. Eire
insurance written in oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4573. Goldsmith & Mc-
ke, over fcopie s national Dans.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TTIOR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRUIT
X? farm for sale in South Rock Island. Fine
ly Improved, t-ee Reidy Bros.
TjTOR SALE MANTEL AND GRATE COM
X rtlete. nearly new. Must be disposed of
at once to make way for alterations. Apply at
12 Nineteenth street.
TTtOR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
A? dltlon by . J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lyndc building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twemy-eignin ana xnirttetQ
street. Convenient to Fifth avenue or EUa
treet street oar lines. Terms to suit pur
and palmist. She reads your life like a
book, from youth to old age, telling everything
of your past, present and future. She tells
you everything concerning love, marriage, en
gagements, seperatious. divorce, family
troubles, inheritance, wills, deeds, money due
you. positions, salary, sickness, accidents or
any subject you may be -interested in. Full
life reading 50 cents. Office hours from 1 p.
m. till 10 p. m. Is permanently located at 705
PeepThnugh the Keyholes
and you wii see people reading
The Argcs vant ads.
You canna, enter these homes
through the ceyholea, but you
can enter thui through The
Argu want clu ins.
Advertise fir anything you
need, or any hing you would
dispose of, and if your ad is in
The Argus wait columns the
results will be sire and speedy.
Argl's want ads are very cheap.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTED LAUNDRY GISL
AT II AR-
ANTED-A SEWING OR APPRENTICE
girl at blu Third avenue.
ANTED A GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work at !ib NlLeteeiut street.
WANTED A COM PETEi: T COG K AT
Elm street. Good w?trcs paid.
T,rANTED A GOOD ( ;IRL B OR GENERAL
V housework al i-'l Twentitth street.
WANTEDA GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at 301 Niuln street.
TTTANTED-AN ELDERLY WOMAN TO
v wash dishes at the Delmok'eo restau
rant. WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Ar.ily :r:j Tweutv-lbird
TANTED-A LADY COOK ANI) ON'E
f dishwasher at Porter's restauraiit, lull
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL ROUSK
woric. No house cleanictr. Call it ad
dress 1015 second avenue.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. References re
quired. Wages $1. Apply at 91 i Second ave
nue. TANTED-A LADY OF REFINEMENT
v V for a position of trust. Will be perman
ent for the njrbt party. Writ at oacc for
particulars. Addreai "M 3J," Aiii;cs.
WANTED WORTHY WOMAN OR
younsr lady of good character to dis
tribute sample orders to housekeepers: com
mission or salary, $1.50 per day. National Soap
Works, Chicago, 111.
WANTED MALE HELP.
"ANTED A GOOD BELL BOY AT THE
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18. Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED GOOD BOY OVER It! YEARS
of age with view to lenrniug carpenter
trafle. Apply at 17-X) First avenue.
TtTANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT KAN-
agers: $2,000 per year to take charge of
our phonographs: som cash nd bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 tjuiccy street, Chicago.
WANTED A CAPABLE MAN TO So
licit in the three ci.ies for an educa
tional institution. Permanent position. Good
compensation, wilh opportunity for half Inter
est iu the business. Acdress '-C Ik. ' Aki-i-s.
WANTFD TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE Oir SKV
en or eisrht roomsbetween Seventeenth
and Tweaty-Ufth streets and Fiflh and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Argus.
ANTED A NICE FAMILY HORSE.
Inquire at :iiy Twentieth street.
' vate family by yourj
"L2.1.' A kg vs.
X TIT AN TED TO BUY A ii-HORSE POWER
V sieam boiler. At id rest Ewoldt liros..
' Davenport, Iowa.
WAN Till-THREE OK FOUR BOA F- HERS
including meals and room. .! 5k per
week, at tioti 'third avenue.
VI T ANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
j TV sell a rapid selling article. C ill before
I P.30 a. m. or after 5 p. m. at Fifth avenue,
j Kock Island.
W' ANTED HOUSE IN GOOD ORDER OF
six or seven rooms, with yard. Addrc
! ' Business,'' this otllce.
WA KTED-HOU'Kli ti EPEK BETWEEN
i5 and 'M veal's of tre bv widower with
! Iitt'e daughter ycassold. Apply at ij'M tsev
j eiitceuth street.
ANTED HORSES TO TRAIN AND
colts to break bv man of r-rceiietice
j who has given records to over l' ii. r.es. Call
! or address Willi Weaver, C701 I'iflh avenue.
or fair ground, Kock Island.
TANTEO TO FIND PARTY WHO
f f would like to rent four furnished rooms
including kitchen with all cookin;: uttniiis.
dishes and everything complete: gas and wood
range, also use of laundry: very p'easaotly lo
cated. Term reasonable to right parly For
particulars, address K. Mck general dciivery,
TANTED-AN ESTAHLISHED WIIOLE-
I saie nouse. recently incorporateii. ex
' tending business. desirts to engao competent
! manager for branch house. talry Hi) per
j month, expenses and commission. Must in
vest fl.UXi in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of per cent will be guaran
teed, and lurnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box -110, Kansas City. Mo.
filONEY TO LOAJP.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property lor sale and rent. W. L. Ooyne,
23D Soventecnth street, up stairs.
TITONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MOrtT
jlVI. gK.s-e loans by W. H Eastman, 1712 fa,j
or i avenue, without publlty or removal. H
also irit"i collections hard ones a specialty I
DR. GRAVES, EXPERT READER OF THE
head, band and stars, oorncr l!.igbteenih
street acd Third avi-nue. price of reading l,
satisfaction or no charge.
Sullierx : : :
ALSO MANUFACTUKKd Or
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Flooi
iag of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strongth Window
Gla9, Polished Plate. Hovolid
Plate and Art Glass.
811-S23 EIGHTEENTH STREET,