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ran augtjs. Thursday, may o. iooi.
Published Da"- ad Weekly at 1624 Be eon a
Arfsue, Rock Island, 111. Entered at the
Pas (office as Second elaaa matter.
IK THI HAMK OF J. W. FOTTKK.
TERMS Dally, 10 eenta per week. Weekly,
11.00 per annum la tdiuco.
All communications of political or arrumen
tatlve character. political or reliffloua, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such artlde.wUl be pritted over BoUUous tig
nature Correspondence solicited from every Mwn
nip la Rock Island county.
Thursday:, May U
Ok course the watch trust will buy
Is Massachusetts the sale of cigar
ctes to persons under 18 years of
age has been prohibited.
It may at least ba said for Pierpont
Morgan as a promoter of gigantic
deals that he is making Cecil Rhodes
look like 30 cents. St. Loais Repub
lic. Who it losing all the nioney the
stock speculators are making in Wall
street? Some peopl must be parting
with a dollar or two when so man;
are making millions.
Ikon fences are being constractcd
around the quarters of the Boer pris
oners on Darrell's Island. Doubtless
this is to prevent them capturing
their British guards.
Tuk new defender of the American
cup. and which has just been launched
at Bristol, R. I., is named the Consti
tution. It is an ominous name. The
constitution has been getting the
worst of it lately.
The new ofil&e of assistant superin
tendent of public instruction, created
by the last legislature, has been of
fered to J. C. Thompson, of Macomb,
and it is understood that he will
accept, lie is secretary to Speaker
The situation at Jacksonville, Fla.,
where 13t blocks cevering the best
residential and business portions of
the citv were destroyed by the fire
tiend, appeals to every philanthropic
Heart in tne land lor a response
wortny or this great and growing
A Sim:in4;fieli dispatch says that
1 rot. A. III. uayliss, state superin
tendent of public instruction, is the
choice of the trustees of the new
Western Illinois Sate Normal school
at Macomb for principal of that in
stitution and is certain to be elected
if he will accept the place.
The supreme court of South Dakota
nas ruled tne initiative and reieren
dum as unconstitutional. It declares
that the legislature is the sole judge
of whether a law is necessary for the
protection of the public peace, health,
safety or support of the state govern
ment and its existing institutions, and
such measures cannot be appealed to
Effort have been made recently
in two western states, Minnesota and
Wisconsin, to enact laws restricting
the marriage of persons aillictcd with
physical or mental disorders. It is
proposed that persons contemplating
mamare shall nrsl pass a medical
examination, and that marriage li
censes shall be refused to these who
do not receive medical certificates as
to their fitness to enter the marital
relation. A bill of this kind passed
the Wisconsin assembly, and failed
by only two votes in the upper house
'lhese measures have had the earnest
support of the medical fraternity in
both states. It has been the general
experience, however, that laws im
posing restraints upon marriage are
exceedingly dithcult ol eniorcement
MAMA FOB MAKING LAWS.
Several hundred years ago Tactus
observed that when the state is
most corrupt then the laws are mul
tiplied." Although this statement is
extreme, it is based on fact. The
tendency to multiply laws still exists.
We have aft Illustration cf this fact
every two yexs in Illinois. Two
years ago the laws "turned out" by
bar state legislature filled a volume
of nearly four hundred pages; and the
legislature just adjourned passed
laws a mere synopsis of which filled
nearly one page of The Argus. The
tinder GERMAN LAWS,
la excellent for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
DR. RICHTEK'S World-Kcoewaea
What on pbyswiao out ol many teunet
wrth acod and imwaoiateettecta.
settling. In the b AJ(Ol0rtrPAlM .
ExpcLilRasa nnjmentia superior to ary
25c and 50c at all druggists or tnroutn
. Ad. BlehUr A Co Sit Pearl 8L, 5ew !
38 HIGHEST national AWARDS.,
tieian, msttuM ana cetou
F ChicegaADnl6thj899, t?t
PAiX EXPtUIR to cases of severe Q 4
strain and swell mg of the joinr ?
revised statutes of the state cover la
small type, and stripped of all super
Unities, nearly 2.000 pages. Few peo
ple have even skimmed over them.
A large number of them are constant
ly violated; and many of them that
are not violated are unnecessary and
merely cumber the statute books. The
Springfield Register says:
"This inclination to multiply laws
which will not be observed or that
are unnecessary, seems to be a mania
with legislators, and grows by what
it feeds on, not only in Illinois, but in
every state in the Union; and not
only in the states, but ia towns and
cities of the country, in which the
aldermen vie witn state legislators in
multiplying laws. One reason for
this is. that the easiest way out wheu
legislators or aldermen are pressed to
pass a law or an ordinance is to let
it go through and depend upon its
non-enforcement to prevent any harm
cominr from it. That satisfies those
who demand the enactment of the law,
who usually rest without any persis
ent attempt to carry it into effect.
The result of such a polic7 is bad. It
creates a certain disrespect or con
tempt for law, and tends to substitute
legislation for education. Many of
the evils of society cxn bo cured only
by the education of the individual;
and there is a constant danger lest the
legislative body assume paternal
functions. Wnen legislators frankly
recognize these facts our state and
city statute books will be greatly di
minished in size, discredited statutes
will be eliminated and they will cease
to enact laws that are unnecessary or
that are sure not to be enforced
When this time comes, if it ever does,
executive officers will become simply
administrators of law, and the admin
istration of rovernment will become
more efficient. With the removal of
dead-letter statutes popular respect
for law will Increase, lhese two ends
of greater elliciency in government
and bijrher reeard for law are wortn
THE paper trust.
A more typical tariff trust than
the International Paper company, fo
ably exposed by John Norris. the bus
iness manager of the New York
Times, in the Free Trade league's
pamphlets, it would be hard to find.
The base and starting point cf this
gigantic monopoly was the protec
tion afforded it by increasing duties
on paper and paper pulp to the pro
hibitory point. Mr. Norris shows
how quickly after securing this twin"
aid they organized the trust with
watered capitalization, and how com
pletely they hold the newspapers of
the country by the throat, and exact
from them every year $4 800 000
extra in the cost of paper. Protection
alone has made this possible. Take
away this tariff subsidy and the com
petition of Canadian forests would
destroy its monopoly.
Mr. Norris shows how the Interna
tional Paper company has broken
every promise and disappointed
every expectation held out to con
gress and the public when it was se
curing its prohibitory duties. Ine
valued economies of combination turn
out to be merely some reduction in
labor cost, which is more than offset
by the increased salaries of high
officials. The enormous capitalization
of $45,070,000 is one-half water, a
burden of it el f many times greater
than any possible economies can
bear. It has arbitrarily advanced
prices, rendered poorer service
and failed to increase its foreign
trade. Its chief aim and effoit has
been by getting possession of the
spruce forests of North America to
render its monopoly permanent and
impregnable; and if permitted to
wield the power granted it by the
present tariff on paper and pulp a few
years longer, it will probably succeed.
The abolition of its so-called protec
tion, but real government monoply,
is the lirst medicine that ought to be
administered to this swollen octopus.
It would probably cure this case with
the aid of the competition afforded by
the unlimited Canadian supply and
the dead weight of its watered stock
Tbere was a brave captain on the American
ship which struck a rock ol the coast of New
Foundland. Ever j body was in a panic except
the captain, who commanded the boats to be
lowered, and not a life was lost. It requires
strong nerves to be a hero. We cannot all be
heroes, but we can all possess strong nerves
by having our digestion made perfect by the
use of Hostetlers Stomach Bitters This
wonderful medicine is a sure cure for dyspep
sia, indigestion, flatulence, sour stomach, bil
iousness and nervousness. It will also regu
late the bowels and prevent malaria, fever
and ague. If your system is weak and debil-
tated it is just the medicine you need to build
you up. A trial will convince you.
Bheommtlam Cared la 84 Hoars.
T. J. Blackmore. of Haller & Black-
more. Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A snort
time since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house
in 21 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and the
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
did me any good. I had five of the
best physicians in the city, but I re
ceived very little relief from them.
I know the Mystic Cure to be what it
is represented and take pleasure in
recommending it to other poor suf-
ferrers." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island, and Gus
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
Skin affections will readily disap
pear by using JJeWitl a wucn Hazel
calve. Look out for counterfeits. If
you get De Witt's you will get good re
sults, it is tne quick ana positive
cure for piles, b. II. Bicbur and
Hart- & Ullemcyer.
Terrible plagues, those itching, pes
tering diseases of the skin. Put an
end to misery. Doan's Ointment
cures. At any drug store. ,
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
New time card on the Burlington,
Take the BurliDgton for Chicago
and all points east.
The Burlington's early morning
Chicago train is being appreciated.
The Bnrlington is the short line to
To Chicago via the Burlington daily
except Sunday at 7:20 a. m., returning
at iu p. m.
Elegant and comfortable high back
coaches and parlor car on the Bnr
lington a Chicago train.
Beginning with Monday, April 1,
all passenger business of the C, M.
& St. P. will be done through tbe
IX, R. I. & N. W. depot, at the foot of
seventeenth street. -
Commencing Monday, April 1, the
o., li. & i. freight tram will leave
the new station ia Rock Island at
7:45 a. m. for Clinton, via Davenport
and tne v., li. I. & si. W. railway,
distributing freight for points along
that line, reaching Clinton at 10:50 a.
m. Freight will also be received via
the same route for local points on the
C, & N. W. railway at the lowest
current rates affording prompt and
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q
railroad company, will have on sale
May 7 and 21, home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one tirst-class fare,
plus $2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, o-ood returning within 21 days
from ante of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Puget Sound points, Coloialo,
Pacitic Coast and various other points.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
bought especially for this
mi miner's trade is to bu sac
rificed and with it the finest
line of children's hats and
bonnets ever poM in the
three cities. Commencing
this morning and continuing
until July 4 this sale will be
a notable one. Her design
ers stand highest with dis
criminating ladies. All ideas
of profit will be cast aside and
will give customers the ben
efit. Everything in the store
goes. The finest. The best.
Chicago Dental Company
Will for the next thirty days
make a peat reduction in prices
on all work such as plates, clean
ing and tilling teeth; gold and por
celain crowns and bridgework.
. - i - tr i. r .-
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Silver Fillings 50c
Gold Plating, Alloy Fillings. . . 75C
(Sold Fillings. $1 and up $1.00
Gold Crowns (22k) $4 up 4.00
Set of Teeth 5.00
We are the only Dentists in the
staj.e making Dr. De Band's Thin
Elastic Rubber Plates. They
are as thin as pressed paper and
do not take np the room in tbe
mouth that the old heavy plates
do. If you desire artificial teeth,
don't fail to secure one of these
plates made by us only.
Examination and consultation free. Re
member tbe address. Itior Second Avenue,
over bpeiUel's Unit; store. Koog Island. 111.
The toast: To
health f "lias deepest
It fcuild Stnagtk mi KeaWb.
Estate of Guy H. Hitchcock, deceased.
The underaltmed having oeen appointed ad
ministrator of tbe estate of .uv U. Hitchcock.
late of the county of Rock l;Und. state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before tbe county court or Rock
Island couaty, at the county court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the Judo term,
on tbe first Monday in June next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
ette are notified and requested to attend,
lor tne purpose or naving me aame aajuica.
All Demons Indebted to ald etate are re
queued to make Immndlatw payment to the
Ualea this iwtn aay or April, a. u. iwii.
C. li. Hitchcock. Administrat ,
Kernnd and H irrlsil
FREE ROUND TRIP
4 At tne liUSlUJN SIOUE,
Durincr the Season of iqoi.
Get coupon from collector on ferry and present at Boat on Store.
Doa'r M Iss Securiaz Your Share of These Bargains.
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons 79c
2 50 Clothes Wringers at .50
13.50 Lawn Mowers at 1.98
Jumbo School, Ruled Tab
lets. 400 pages, each
Oae case Stevens' finished
Bleached Crash, yard
Paper Pins, 280 to paper. .
35c full sized Clothes
Brushes, curved or
straight bscks, each ....
50c real Irish Linen Pape
teries, 60 sheets paper,
60 envelopes, per box. . .
Choice of our regular $ 5
Trimmed Hats 3.87
Light Challies, per yard . . 2-C
Lonadale Muslin, and oth
er similar grades, per
yard , 5c
Usonia i'5c Stockings, war
ranted fast black, 50
gauge hose, all sizes, pair 19c
Bleached Cotton Towels. . . 'JC
50 dozen Mothers' Friend
and other Boys' Waists,
most of them retail at
'JSc, your choice of entire
12.1c Hemmed HuckTowels,
41x42 size, for each . . .. q
you know ber. She's
the V."ilC ol votir mrwl.-r-
:iu!y circumstanced neij;li
lxr, who makes you avoiuUt
how r!:e jsppears as stylish
as she dovs cu her Hunted
;'".iie buys c.-refully flic
t;'.-y .-.he buys shoes
i.s, un.i ij wearing the
$3.50 and $2.50
They have all tin
yrucv of a higher jricnl
iMx-t, wear ;i:s well, lit the
ft Kit !vautifuly,:uid save
you dollars ly the pair
and by the year.
CotaTs Dwcctio O.GtAaiJUJM)tiNOT&CA
Friday, May 10.
The Woman That Makes You Lauh,
MAY IRVIN IN
Madge Smith, Attorney.
Irmcnsc Cist and Production.
Prices J I so. l 00. 75c. fOa ami :5c.
Scat sale ut F like s. Telephone M.
It's Quality that Counts,
In Coal it's quality that makes beat, It's
quality that retains It, it s quality thni,
ma' ts possible consumption of 80 per
ccn. of the combustible part of It, leav
ing a liKbt. clean ash: lastly, it'aquality
that lessens your fuel bills you re not
pay ing for dirt, refuse or unburnables.
The coal we handle both hard and soft
deserves all the Kood thiuKS we and
our patrons say for it. A toa will tallc
on loudly aa a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Strtl Divsm nrt. Inum
25c Summer Corsets 9c
50c SummerCorsets 35c
75c straight front Summer
American Lady and other
W. C. C, Royal Worcester
and K. & G. ? 2 Corsets. 1,4Q
W. C. C. and P.. & G. f 1.50
Corsets for 1.19
25c fine imported Cheviot
. Shirting, for 5C
6c fine fancy Prints, war
ranted fast colors, yard. Jq
12 1 c S6-inch wide Percales 5c
Apron Ginghams, yard .... - C
12ic Percaline Dress Lin
ings, black and slates. . . qq
Talcum Powder, box qc
Perrin's and Centemeri's
fl.60 and fl.75 Button
or Lace Gloves, pair f)jc
Boys' 50c Cheviot Shirts . . jgc
Shirt Waist Hats, all the
new jaunty ideas, fi 25,
?1.6'j and 1.30
The balance of our beautiiui
street and reception costumes
at a great reduction.
New Embroideries", All Overs,
etc., ia the new linen elTects.
1LUK-KYF.r HRl NKTTF. NICK IXXHC
ia. has T.iiu; is fond of home and chil
dren: would marry DlTentinnute. honest Rr-
ucraan. Auuress raiss Lauri, arawcr 11, Chi
cuico. 111. ,
JIEK WILLIAMSON KOIt STORAGK
n Mincy loaned on houscbulu jods; lold
t XT A NTEI-GO )i. REUAPLEOILSALES
V V man, on commission or (salary. Address
Quaker UU ana Implement company, Cleve
A'Ol'NO MEN. OUK ILLUSTKATED CAT-I-
sIokuc explains how we teach hurber
trade in eipht weeks: mailed free. Moler
Uarber college, Chicago, 111.
RAGS, RUBBERS, KTC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2205 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth .trnet und Fifth avenue,
If you have anv rues, rubber, etc. to sell.
I will come to vour house and pay you from
50 to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to 6c a pouod. All calls will receive prompt
trauuvn. o. r. mugger.
T P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS. AND
c I exchanges all kinds of second hand conris.
will pay more than any other dealer and sella
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing ard
Cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1615
oouuuu avenue, i eicpnoce Bumoer 4bC i.
TF YOlI WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
-a. or rent anytmc?, enKase help or secure a
situation, the Mali is the one paper in Molina
that can do it for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
cor wora is tne pnoe to all alike, cash In ad
ranee. Z-cect stamps will do. Kvenicg ajed
OttOUBJ BUI. MOUDfl. Xli.
TXTANTEO-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
f , monas, w atones, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, olothluv. dry
s-oods, furniture, etc Highest cash prices
pun lor hdodu nana gooas or aii Kinas also
The above soods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential, ills new number and location,
I&23 Second avenue Don't force t It. J. W.
Jonea. Two rinnon 1347
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also eboioe
property for sale and rent W. L. Coyne,
30 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
JVTONKY TO LOAN CHATTEL HORT
111. iws loans by W. II Eastman, I Til beo
ond avenue, without publity or removal.' He
also makria ooUeetlona hard one s spsolaity
When the girl leaves without notice.
You can, but do you want to?
An Augcs want ad will bring a new ;irl
Read The Aegi s want columns now per
haps you will find a good girl advertising
for a place.
Employers and those looking for employ
ment both read The Argus want columns.
You can get help, or you can get a situa
tion, by using Akgls want ads.
The price is low, and the results are
prompt and satisfactory.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Quire at 413
Fourth 8 tree t.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
OR RENT A FEW UNFURNISHED
rooms. Call at 1 105 Second avenue.
OR RENT FURNISHKD ROOMS. flEX-
tlemen preferred, at 0-i Fourth avenue.
OR RENT L AR(JE FURNISHED FRONT
room at iMotS Fif th-and-a half avecuc.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM. IN
quire at Wi'Ji Twelfth street.
IOR RENT FURNISHED AND I'NFCR-
nished rooms at v-il Twentieth street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. ALL
modern conveniences. Apply luJI feecond
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIELY FUR
cished rooirs with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUTTA
ble for two persons. Call at I6C8 Second
avenue; second floor.
7.OR KENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
C front rooms with gas and bath. Gentle
men preferred. At lil Fourth avenue.
IjTOU KENT THREE RCOMS WITH MOD
X? ern conveniencts, cfntrally located: rent
reasonable. Address B ii, ' A ki cs ollice.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
front room for man and wife or two freu
tlrraen: also rooms for light housekeeping-.
-"701 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. All modeta
conveniences; three blocks
xm sixteenth street.
CTOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
A? front moms with a'l latest modern con
venienses. Metis if desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
TTIOR RENT LODGING ROOMS FOR CAMP--1.
ers ard pleasure seekers, convenient to
the Watch Tower at Mount Lookout west of
Tower. Apply to G. Sictlemer, til;; Scven
FOR RENT HOUSES
TPOR RENT nOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
FOR RENT AN
S ROOM HOUSE AT 19C8
FOR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT 217
Flftb-and-a-balf avenue. Inquire at 2S.U
ITIOR RENT STORE WITH DWELLING
. on second Moor at 2Ti0 Seventh avenue.
Apply to Chris Naab. ti'3 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT A HOUSE NEARLY NEW.
ei:ht rooms, with large attic, pantry,
3-room cellar, electric litrht. gas. hot and cold
water, and newly paoered Loi:itti3 on Thirty-eighth
street. Inquire of J. S. Leas, Tl'.i
lAm street. Telephone l-slo.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
T7K3R SALE SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
? bath, furnace and ail m- dern conven
iences. Inquire at '.M Fif teem h street.
FOR SALE A RESTAURANT AND SEV
en rooms, all furnished complete, doinir
(rood business. Cheap it taken at once. Ad
dress, W. Pope, general delivery. Rock Island.
UXJR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
X? lot 80x150. nine rooms, bath room and
lauodry.between Eleventh andTwelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. iCQiure at jjouai-json s
TjTOR SALE-A NEW fi-KOOM HOUSE.
X? latest design and built for all modern
conveniences. Will be reudy for occupancy
about June 1. Terrace lot 4t)xl 10 feet. Apply
at I-16 Twclfthsirect.
TpOR SALE CHEAP. A 5 ROOM HOUSE
jj and large lam nearly new. and eood well
on premises. Also 10 good buildint: lots on
paved street between Sixteenth and F.iKh.
eentb avenues on Twelfth street Inquire of
John G. Sherman, Ninth street, Fair Grounds,
South Rock Island.
TiTOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOTS IN
A? good neighborhood, centrally located.
Sixteenth street between Tenth and Twelfth
HVCUUCn Ileal J. ' 11 - n. a w. wv
low figures snd your own terms, by Lothar
TTHJR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
X? property for sale in all parts of the city;
houses rented: rents collected: money to loan
in any amount on real estate security. Fire
insurance written in oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone i.73. Goldsmith & Mc-
Kec, over 1'copie s National nanK.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO CALL AT
11K Second avenue (opposite the court
bouse), l'rof. Lafactte. the great reader of
tbe past, present and future. He gives vsl
uablo advice on business, sickness and all af
fairs of life. This week his f-i readings for SO
cents. Satisfaction gusranteea or no cnarge.
He tells the name of all callers free.
MADAM ST. MARIE CLilRVOYANT
and palmist. She reads your life like a
book, from vouth to old ace. telllngeverythtng
of your past, present and future. She tells
you everything concerning love, marriage, en
gagements, sepcrations, divorces, family
troubles, inheritance, wills, deeds, money duo
you, positions, salary, slakne&s. aco dents or
any subject you may te interestea ic ruu
life reading 66 cents. Office hours from I p.
m. till to p. m. is permanently located at 706
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTED LAUNDRY GIRL AT HAH-
ANTED A GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work at(-I8 Nineteenth street.
ANTED GIRL AT THE CITY STEAM
laundry. F.cid & Bollman.
A NTEI) A COMPETENT COOIC AT
i'j h.lm street. Good wages paid.
ANTED SECOND C(X)K AT KIRIC
man s restaurant, 30)5 Fifth avenue.
T ANTED A COMPETENT HOUSEMAID
by Mrs. A. C. lJart. 10t Seventh avenue.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at 52it Twenty-third
WANTED TWO OR THREE GIRLS TO
assort rags. Call at Fourth avenue.
WANTED AT THE RICHELIEU RES
tturiint, Mokne, three experienced
WANTED A CIRL FOR WASHING
dishes at Wright s restaurant, ly Sec
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at Travelers' restaurant,
122 Tw utielh street.
WANTED MALE HELP.
ANTED A GOOD BELL BOY AT THE
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Ste:wly work. Apply
room 18, Hotel Summers, Moiinc.
WANTED AT ONCE, TWO PATTERN v
makers. Steady work. Apply quickly.
Iowa Iron Works. Dubuque, Iowa.
WANTED MEN WITH RIG TO ADVF.R
Use aud introduce Monarch Poultry
Mixture. Straight salary f 15 weenly anil ex
penses Address with stamp. Monarch Manu
facturicg compioy, ii ixih, Springtield. 111.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT KAN
agers: J too per year to take charge o f
our phonographs: som cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 tjuiccy street, Chicago.
WANTED-ACENTS TO SELL CIGARS.
Fight popular brands- Liberal proposi
tion for local men or as side line. Write us frr
our proposition. No scheme goods. Straight
selling proposition. Havan Cigar company
De oto building, su Louis, Mo.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight roomsbetween Seventeenth
and Twenty-tirth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," A bgcs.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
P:liO a, m. or after 5 p. m. at 2716 Fifth avenue,
WANTED A H EiVY DH AFT HOKSF,
gray preferred Inquire at Hanjmon
Packing company office. Third avenue and
T ANTED HORSES TO TRAIN AND
colts to break by man of experience
who has given records to over 41 hones. Call
or address Willism Weaver, 701 Fifth avenue,
or fair ground. Rock Island.
ANTEI-TO BUY AT ONCE. A NICELY
V located building lot. Will exchange s
part payirent an elegant l'i-karat diamond
r ng and balance cash No attention ;aid un
less complete details given. Mo real e&tuu;
agent need reply. Address -X M"V A noes
WANTED TO FIND PARTY WHO
wouid like to rent four furnished rooms
including kitchen with all cooking utentils.
dishes and everything complete: gas and wood
range, also use of laundry; very pleasantly lo
cated. TemiYeasonablo to right party For
particulars, address li. Mack, general delivery,
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WIIOI.K
sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house, an! .ry 1 1"0 pirr
mouth, expenses and commission. Must in
vest Sl.iiOu 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.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
IAOR SALE HORSE, HARNESS AND
- rubber-t'red buggy. Inquire at ' Elev
liXjiTsALE A CHOICB I0-ACKE FRUIT
X? farm for sr.le in South Rock Island. Fine
ly Improved. ec Keidy Bros.
lilOR SALE A BOARDING HOUSE IN
X? good running order, with boarders. C.ill
and investigate at 30 Fourth street.
ETOR SALE A LAUNDRY IN A FLOUf
ishing town: well equipped and in gx 1
running order and doing a good business.
Cheap for cash. Address "C. D. 11, ' Aliuu.s.
ijlOR 8ALE-LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
" dltlon by K. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell ft
Lynde buildiss. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-c'gbth aud Tbirtietb
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street ear lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. LOST AND FOUND.
J OST A LADIES' GOLD WATCH, CRYS
J tal out: cent's picture In back of case.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
ti to mm a aous omce,