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THE AITGTJS. MOXDATT, MAY 13, 1D01.
Published Da".- and Weekly at IBM 8eoed
A rr-ua, Rock Island, HI. Entered m the
Postofflce m Second -class matter.
Of THl KAMI or J. W. rOTTIB.
TERMS Dally, 10 cents per vraek. Weekly,
11.00 per unum in advance.
All eommunieatlons of political or arramen
tatlve character, political or religion, most
bare real name attached for publication. No
such article. wUl be printed otm fletltloui De
nature Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Roc Island county.
Monday, Mat 13.
The f 70.000.000 infant ship-building
trust has its eje on a subsidy
J. Pieri"xt Mueoax evidently be
came tired of waiting for a ship sub
sidy bill and so decided to go it alone
and to look after congress later.
Talk is not cheap when it costs a
man f 1,000 to say Boo:" That is
what a Connecticut court made a Mr.
Par m alee pay for saying "Bool" to a
Ik some expert does not succeed in
relieving the spell of righteous indig
nation over Wall street conditions
with which J. J. Hill is still suffering,
the a miction may become serious.
nation mar not demand territory of
China in lieu of a money indemnity.
It is perfectly certain that if any na
tion does make this demand the parti
tion of China will follow, and this will
inevitably cause much dissension
between the powers. These difficul
ties and disputes would be long in
the settling, and would lead to ter
rible confusion in China.
"No man can tell how long it would
be before the country would be peace
ful, and there would be constant
strife between the powers and the
provinces which they attempted to
govern all this to the detriment of
trade. Russia has so far mitigated
her demands that there is not now
much danger of serious difficulty be
tween her and Japan.'"
A Washington dispatch says that
"these utterances are considered un
diplomatic, as the situation touches
the interests of all christian nations,
and it is rumored at the capital that
Secretary Hay may publicly reprove
Mr. Conger for his indiscretion. If
tbe secretary fails to take the initia
tive, then his attention may be di
rected to the utterances by reprefenv
tatives of the European nations. Min
ister Conger has already tendered bis
resignation, but action will not be
taken upon it until 60 days after his
return to this country."
The Philadelphia Academy of
Sciences has a lock of hair from the
head of each president of the United
States. If Dare Hill is elected next
triD there may necessarily be a break
in the chain. Dave has none to spare
Still the dispatches tell of Filipino
bands that come in to surrender, and
still the reports say that there are
only a few left. Next to the sleight-of-hand-man,
who continues to draw
an endless supply of rabbits from his
sleeve, this Filipino surrendering
business seems to have precedence as
a wonder. BIoomiDgton 1'antagrapa
IS THE UNITED STATES IS?
Somebody recently criticised Gen
John W. Foster, the ex-secretarv of
state, because, all through his "Cen
tury of American Diplomacy" he
treats "United States" as a singular
noun instead of a plural one. This
has moved the general to investigate
that often mooted question with some
care, and his conclusion is that, de
spice the wording of the constitution.
there is full justification for saying
"the united is." ana not "the I nitftl
States are." He admits that in the
early days of the republic, while the
fact of its beinr an ajrcresation of
sovereign states was still prominent in
nien's minds, the plural usage was the
common one, but it was not universal,
even in the beginning, and at one point
in the constitution there is the phrase,
controversies to which the United
States shall be a party," not "shall be
parties," as strict consistency would
require. Coming to precedents. Gen,
Foster lists, among the statesmen
who habitually employed the singular
form, Hamilton, Jeflerson, Seward.
Blaine. Edmunds, E. J. Phelps, Web
ster, Benton, Fish, Frelinghuveen,
Motley, Keid, Gresbam, Silas Wright,
Marcy, Evarts, Bayard, C. F. Adams,
Depew and Olney certainly a Ions
and varied category.
In the earlier presidential messages
the plural form prevails, but Andrew
Jackson used the other, and his ex
ample, in this matter at least, has
been followed by his successors, and
since Lincoln allot them have invari
ably used the singular verb with
CONGER IN DISFAVOK
Minister Conger has, if reports be
true, talked too much, and is in dis
favor in Washington. He furnished
an article on the Chinese situation.
which appears in this week's issue of
Leslie's Weekly, and says in part:
Unless matters have changed very
materially since I left China six weeks
ago the powers will reach some con
elusion in regard to China very soon,
Of course, it is difficult for 11 men to
agree on anything, especially when
they have 11 governments with differ
ent views behind them. China is per
fectly willing to do anything that the
powers agree upon that is, anything
within her ability to accomplish. She
is only too anxious to expedite
these matters and fettle down to
peaceful pursuits again. Of course,
the powers must not demand an in
demnity which China will be physical
ly unable to raise. It Is possible that
China will not be able to meet quite
all the expenses of the war, but even
if there should be a slight balance left
on the wrong side it would pay tbe
powers far better to abate a little in
tbe amount of tbe demands, and al
low trade to commence again, than to
insist on the last farthing and delay
tbe renewal of commercial relations.
"It is not certain that linally some
Dr. Bull's Cough byrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
Whoopinir-Coufrh and Measle-Cougb.
'without fail. All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, euro results.
Price, as cents. Rpfne the dtilft'i substitute.
Alwavs cures when others fail. ,
CsvBuU's POUcareCeastipstlea. so PUs lefit
May 11 Frank J. Martin to Ida M.
Olson, lot 2. block 2. White's add.,
Moline Heights, f 1,125.
Eiward M. Penny to Stella M. Cos
ner. lot 1. block 2, Herbert R. Ed
wards' Second add., Moline, (2.300.
Davenport, Rock Island & North
western Railway company to Charles
L,. 1-aber, s 30 feet lot 1. block o, sin
net's add.. Rock Island, $800.
W. L. Aster to Carl Storr. lot 6,
block 57, Chicago or Lower add.. Rock
Carl Utke to Regina Utke, lot 5.
block 36, Chicago or lower add.. Rock
Island, and lot 9. block 13, old town
of Rock Island, f I.
Albert Utke and Charles Like, to
Regina Utke. lot 5. block 36. Cbicagc
or lower add.. Rock Island. $ 1.
Edward C. Ktulz, to James Mc
Shane, block 2, E. Carter's subiiv. of
lots 4. 5 and 6, block 1, John W.
Spencer's second add.. Rock Island,
George H. Butler to Emma D.
Anderson, lot 4, block 68. Chicago or
lower add.. Roak Island. (1,300.
The Nickel Plate road will sell excur
sion tickets from Chicago to Buffalo at
$13 for the round trip on each Tuesday
in May (the 7th. 14th. 21st anil ZSth),
with limit of live days; namely, return
ing good for any train to and including
midnight train from Buffalo on Satur
day following Tuesday tickets are
sold. Daily trains from Chicago at
10:35 a. in., arrives Buffalo 2:05 fol-
lowinrr morninor; daily trains from
Chicago at 2:30 p. m., arrives at Buf
falo 7:35 next morning; daily trains
from Chicago at 10:30 p. m., arrives
at BuL'alo 4:45 next afternoon. All
trains carrv through vestibuled sleep
ing cars. Individual club meals,
ranging in price from 35 cents to $1,
and no meal in excess of the latter
figure, are served in dining cars.
For sleeping car reservations and all
other information, call at the Chicago
city ticket office. 111 Adams street,
or "write John Y. Calahan, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago
'Phone central 2057. Chicago depot,
Van Burcn street and Pacific avenue.
on the elevated loop.
Health Department Notice.
The health department hereby gives
notice to the public that beginning
Monday morning. May 13, all alleys
throughout tbe city will be cleaned as
thoroughly and rapidly as possible
Accordingly all rubbish, ashes and
other refuse material to be hauled
away should be deposited in the al
leys for this final collection. Addi
tional notice is given that thereafter
all parties depositing manure, ashes.
etc., in the alleys will be held strictly
responsible for the proper disposition
of the same at their own expense, in
accordance with the city ordinances
governing such nuisances.
Garbage, free from slop water.
should be deposited in tightly covered
galvanized iron receptacles, and all
irregularities in the collection of tbe
same should be promptly reported to
tbe health department.
The pnblic is respectfully solicited
to cooperate with the neaitn depart
ment in its effort to bring the sanitary
condition of the city up to as high a
standard as possible.
Joseph Lie Silva, Al. L.,
Fought for Bis Life.
"My father and sister both died of
consumption," writes T. J. Weather-
wax, of Wayanuotte, xuich., "ana i
was saved from tbe same ingntiui
fate only by Dr. King's New Discov
ery. An attack of pneumonia left an
obstinate cough and very severe lung
tronble. which an excellent doctor
could not help, but a few months' use
of this wonderful medicine jrj&de me
as well as ever and I gained much
in weight." Infallible for coughs.
colds and all throat and lung trouble.
Trial bottles free. Guaranteed bottles
50 cents and f 1 at Hartz & Ullemey-er'a.
Genuine Rocky Mountain Tea is
never sold in bulk by peddlers or less
than 35 cents. Djn't be fooled, get
the tea made famous by the Madison
Medicine company. T. II. Thomas'
Skin affections will readily disap
pear by using Le Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Look out for counterfeits. If
you get De Witt's you will get good re
sults. . It is the quick ana positive
cure for piles. B. II. Bio be r and
Hartz & Ullemejer.
FRANK NEUFELD WINS
GOLD MEDAL IN OMAHA
Frank VanrVM fnrmCT clerk at
Bengston's drug store, was awarded
the gold medal for excellent standing
in surgery at the Creighton Medical
college, Omaha. Mr. Neufeld's stand
ing in his class 'was exceptionally
i. . i . . . . . . . t ij
u, UUU A LI BUUU1UU IIS bUC C)
medal he has won other prizes. He
rot It t t o. T U 1 ,
hospital in Omaha for some time be-
iore engaging in tne practice of medi
cine. The many friends of the young
doctor in this city congratulate him
upon his accomplishment.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
St. Louis, Mo., reduced rates May
12 to 14 via it. l. & r.
Peoria, III., May 13 to 16, half rates
via R. I. & P.. railway.
Springfield, III., via R. I. & P.
only direct line. Reduced rates May
12 to 14.
Beginning with Monday, April 1,
all passenger business of the C, Al.
& St. P. will be done through the
D., R. I. & N. W. depot, at the foot of
Commencing Monday, April 1, the
C, B. & Q. freight train will leave
the new station in Rock Island at
7:45 a. m. for Clinton, via Davenport
and the D., II. I. & N. W. railway,
distributing freight for points along
that line, reaching Clinton at 10:50 a.
m. Freight will also ba received v
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 6ale
May 4 and 21. home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one lirst-clasa fare,
plus $ 2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, ood returning within 21 days
from aate of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced ratea, tickets
for Puget bound points, Coloraao,
Pacific Coast and various other points.
ShaUdara at Ills frnjl.
"I recall now with horror," says
Mail Carrier Barnett Mann, of Levan
na, O . "my three vears of suffering
from kidney trouble. 1 was hardly
ever free from dull aches or acute
pains in my back. To stoop or lift
mail sacks made me groan. x felt
tired, worn out. about ready to give
np. when I began to use Electric Bit
ters, but six bottles completely cured
me and made me feci like a new man. "
They're unrivaled to regulate stoin
ach. liver, kidneys and bowels. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed by Hartz
& Ullmeyer. Only oO cents.
Lock Jaw Killeri lllni.
An antiseptic healing powder that
prevents lockjaw, blood poison, proud
llesh, cold in wounds, cuts, ulcers is
I-o-do. We absolutely guarantee it.
Heals when everv other means fails.
Jest sprinkle I-o-do on cuts, wounds,
burns and scalds, it forms an air
tight germ proof covering over them.
Heals without a scar. 25 cents a box.
Excursions to Buffalo exposition via
Nickel Plate road. Mav 7, 14, 21 and
28, respectively, at a rate of (13 for
the round trip from Chicago; good re
turning nve days from date of sale.
Three through trains daily, with ves-
tibuled sleeping cars and first-class
dining car service. For particulars
and Pan-American folder, write John
Y. Calahan. general agent, 111 Adams
street, Chicago. Depot, Van Buren
street and Pacific avenue, Chicago,
on elevated loop.
MRS. E. S. HAUSER.
And Spiritual Healer.
Is located at HOZSci ond ave
nue. She s a gifted, educa
ted lady, able to converse
with yon on the subjects of
Science and Theosphy. She
will read your life and char
acter from your hand, give
advice on business and do
mestic affairs. She will in
the independent "Trance
State" give tests and answer
truthfully any question you
ask. She will without ask
. ing a question locate disease
and teil you every symptom,
bhe will give personal or ab
sent psychic treatment for
chronic and so-called incur
able diseases. She gives
advice to the suffering
whether in mind or body,
and tells them how to get
relief. She has the best of
references. All consultation
confidential. Life reading
50 cents. Trance reading (I. .
Diagnosis of disease with
Consultation and Advice
No. 1407, Second Avenue,
Rock Island. All are welcome.
y4 Corner Second and Hir.isn S : : i O i j ;.j ore , Iowa, rj
FREE ROUND TRIP FERRY TICKETS.
U At the BOSTON STORE,
. Duriner the Season of iqoi.
Get coupon from collector on ferry and present at Boston Store.
Suit Sale this Week.
We place on Sale our Entire Stoci of Ladies' Tailored Suits, Street
i ureases uuu xtsltij uosiuiues at ironi
One-Fourth to One-Half
m uui BUlb ucuiibiucuki ikLuiui;ui,iu&' 11 ten ncc&3 caiuvi iuau usual.
A glance at these reductions will convince you of the Big Bargains
oiierea in mis uepattuieut iuis wee.
20 Suits 20
Made in all wool, homespuns,
cheviots and Venetians; eton
jackets trimmed with braid,
with good quality roman lin
ings, skirt 7 gore, plain also,
flounced Effect, all are well
tailored, (10 regular
price, sale price $6.95
23 Suits 25
Made of good homespun, chev
iots and cloths that are of
style, double breasted jackets,
double breasted etona, open
etons, some are trimmed with
satin stitched bands, others
are trimmed with braid, most
of them have the guaranteed
satin lining or taffeta to
match; skins are flounced and
7 gore plain.also trimmed with
satin bands, (15 reg.
price, sale price 10.65
20 Suits 20
Made of best quality,homespun,
unfinished worsteds, Vene
tians and broadcloths, fancy
eton jickets, also ctons with
Pastellian backs, double
breasted etons in all the latest
fttyles, skirts are 7 gore, plain
7 gore, plain with flounce,
lined with best mercerized
linings, (20 reg. price,
sale price 14.30
12 Suits 12
Latest goods and styles in
cluding Brilliantines and eton
jackets faced with goods to
match, combination fronts,
skirts 7 gore, plain with best
lining used. These are our
bc3t suits up to (25
reg. price, sale price.. 17,25
Pedestrian skirts ut
Wash skirts and Crash skirts.
you know her. Sbe's
the wiie oi vour mfxlt-r-
ately circumstanced neigh
bor, who makes you wonder
l'.ow fhe appears as stylish
as she does ou her limited
ohe buys carefully she
luakes a dollar do double
djty she buys shoes of
is, Old ij wearing the
$3.50 and 32.50
They have all tin
v;race of a higher priced
boot, wear as well, lit the
foot beautifully, and save
you dollars by the pair
and by the year.
WANTED TO RENT.
rtTANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OP BEV
VY en or elKht roomsbetween Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Attars.
LOST AND FOUND.
I OST A MAY MARE. WHITK STOT ON
J J nose, wire sear on left bind Ic. Weicbt
tout lt.j pounds. Return to W. C. Allen,
JOST A CAD1ES' GOLD WATCH, CRYS
A tal out: Kent a picture In back of case.
Kinder will he liberally rewarded by returning
it wThi Alio us o.lloe.
The Real Estate Known
Comprising sixteen acres situated
between Thirth-eiguth and Forty-second
streets. Fifth avenue
on the south and tbe Sylvan
water on the north.
This Land Is Improved
With one commodious residence
and e'ght cottages. The eleva
tion of the land makes it very de
sirable for residenco purposes,
and is one of the most desirable
locations between Rock Island and
Moline for homes for mechanics
employed in Moline or Bock 11
and and csneciallv for emnloves
at Kock Island Arsdnal. '
The Estate Is for Sale In Whole
or In Part.
For Further Iaformaliou Apply to
DR. BYRON GORDON.
BLUE-EYED BRUNETTE. NICE 'LOOK
inir. has 17,(: is fondjof home and chit
dren: would marry alTeotiouuie. honest ceo
Ueman. Address Miss Laura, drawer H, Chi
CJEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
t j Money loaned on household ' jods: l."15
TXT A NTED G OOD. RELI A BLE OIL SALES'
V man, on commission or salary. Afldresa
Quaker OU and Implement company, Clove-
ArOUNG MEN. OCR ILLUSTRATED CAT
X alogue explains how we teaeh biirhcr
trade In eight weeks: mailed free. Moler
liarber college, Cniouj-'O, id.
KAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2J0f Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
If you have any racs. ruober, eto., to sell
I wUl come to vour house and pay you from
yj to la per hundred lor ram, and rubbers from
3 to 60 a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention, n. jr. tuueger.
T P- WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS. AND
X3 exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
Oleanlng done aiao. J. P. Wllliamaon, 15lo
seoond avenue. Telephone number 44.
TT YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL, TRADB
-- or rem anytnmg, engage ncip or seeure a
situation, the MaU Is the one paper In Moline
that can do it for you. MaU wants are popu
lar and MaU wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is tne price to all alike, cash In ad
vanee. 8-cent stamps wlU do. Evening and
b inasr jaau. aaoiine. jlu
TTT A NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
v v monas, watches, lewcirv. naraware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, eto. Highest cash prices
pal a ror seoona nana gooas or au kinas also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. AU business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
Si Second avenue Don't forget it. i. W,
Jones. Two rings on 1347
Those who use The Argcs want columns
Argus want ads bring good results,
promptly and cheaply.
Do you lead The Argus want columns;
Every day you will lind something of in
terest in them you can usually liad some
thing by which you can profit.
Akgcs want ads will sell anything or buy
A kg us want ads will supply any want
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Quire at 413
WANTED A SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper: neatnes. guaranteed. Address
L. A. H . Taylor b idjxe. IU.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT -TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
ato.'l Twelfth street.
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. CEX-
uemen preferred, at 705 Fourth avenue.
RENT LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
room at2lti Fifth-and-a-half averue.
TjIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. ALL,
X? modern conveniences. Apply 13J1 Second
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIFLY FUH;
cished r 00 rrs with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
T710S RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA--V
ble for two persona. Call at ltJOS Seoond
avenue; second boar.
FOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
front rooms with gas and bath. Gentle
men preferred. At 1301 Fourth avenue.
IpOR RENT THREE UNFURNISHED
' rooms. Good location, p-n children.
New house. Address, "-H. Jl."' Akocs.
AOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
foriisrht housekeeping or one furnished
sleeping room. Call at 113 Third avenue.
OR RENT THREE IMOMS WITH MOD-
ern conveniencts, centrally located: rert
reasonable. Address H &V A ul.ds ollice.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
front room for m in and wife or two gen
tlemen: also rooms fcr lij;ht housekeeping.
-.04 Fifth avenue.
ITK3R RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
X: rooms, steam heat and bath. AUmodera
conveniences; three blocks from posujfflcc
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on ut kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L Coyne,
S30 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
nrONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
111 V. W R Fuliukii. ITI1 Ran.
end avenue, without pu bitty or removal. Hs
aiao saakna ooUectl 011 hard onei a pea! ally
IjWR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
' front rooms with all latest modern con
venienses. Metis it desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seveniecnta
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT 1S
TTKJR RENT STORE O0CUPIE1 BY Mc
X? Cabe's annex. ilt Eighteenth street. In
quire of J. D. Taylor or on the premises.
FOR RENT A NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE
with modern conveniences at Mi Twenty-fourth
street. Inquire next do jr south.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
T.10R SALE A MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE
X? and tine lot on Fourteenth and-a-haif
street at a bargain. HuU & Hemenway.
ipOR S ALB A RESTAURANT AND SEV
X? en rooms, all furnished complete, doing
good business. Cheap if taken at one- Ad
dress, W. Pcpe. general delivery. Rock Lsland.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED LAUNDRY GIRL AT HIR
ANTFD DINING ROOM GIRL AT
lue Twin City restaurant.
WANTED A GIRL FOR LIGHT HOCSE
work atM6 Nineteenth street.
VrANTF.D A COMPETENT COOK AT
v v 7-iit Elm street. Good wages paid.
VITA NTED GTKL FOR GENER A L He USE
v work at til J Twenty-third .street.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Arply at 52l Tweni j-third
WANTED A BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
lad y w bo is a stenographer, for a physi
cian's onice. CaU at Room 51, Mitchell &
WANTED MALE HELP.
ANTED A GOOD BELL BOY AT THE
ANTED TWO GOOD CARPENTERS.
Apply at 1.00 irst avenue
WANTED LATHERS ON A LONG JOB.
Come reutfy for work to :iu West Sixth
WANTED A STRONG BOY, NOT
younger than 17 years of age. Eag;e
Bakery, llO'.t Third avenue.
rVTA NTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
7v Good wages. Stc;wly work. Apply
room is1, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED AT ONCE. TWO PATTERN
makers. Steady wurlt. Apply quickly.
Iowa Irjn Works. Duouque. Iowa.
WANTED TWO BOYS Hi YEARS OLD.'
Apply to George C. Witt, s-rainins de
partment. Rock Island Sash & Door works.
WANTED MEN WITH RIG TO ADVER
tise and introduce Monarch Poultry
Mixture. Straight salary $15 wee.ly and ex
penses Adoress wi-h stamp. Monarch Manu
facturing company, ix Spricglieid, 111.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAS
agers: t-.0 per year to take charge of
our phonographs: som cash nd bond re
quired. American Multiplex Tslktng Machine
company, 31 ijuiccy street, Chicago.
WANTED CARPENTERS IMMEDIATE
ly. Twenty first-class men for pulling
ud hardwood liuisb at Iowa City, Iowa. From
two to three weeds' work. Come at once.
James Uowson & Son.
FOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
lot &0X150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry.betweenEleventn and Twelfth streets
on ourtn avenue, inquire at uonaioson a
saw io lory
TJIOR SALE A NEW fi-ROOM HOUSE,
- - latest design ar.d built for all modern
conveniences. WlU be ready fo- occupancy
aoout June i. Terrace lot -Joiiiu teet. Apply
at c 10 rweinn street.
T7KR SALE CHEAP. A 5-ROOM HOUSE
-MJ and large barn nearly new. and good well
on premises Also iO good building lots on
paved street between Sixteenth and Eigh.
eenth avenues on Twelfth street Inquire of
John u. :berman. Ninth street. Fair Grounds,
boutn kock i&imna.
tilOR SALE FINE BUILDING LOTS IN
i. good neighborhood, centrally looated.
Sixteenth street between Tenth and Twelfth
avenues near Long'Vicw nark. For sale at
low figures and your own terms, by Lotbar
ii arms, k.d cjgntcento street.
TJXjR 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 -JS73. Goldsmith & Mc
Kec, over People's National bank.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
InOR SALE HARNESS AND RUBBER
' t'red buggy. Inquire at 807 eleventh
TilOR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRUIT
X? farm for sale In South Rock Island. Fine
ly Improved, bee Keidy Bros.
TilOR SALE TWO GREYM ARES, 9 YEARS
JD old- Will sell or trade for a good buggy
horse Inquire at 14 Third avenue. L. U.
T7K3R SALE-A LAUNDRY IN A FLOUR--C
Ichlng town; well equipped and In good
running order and doing a good business.
Cheap for cash. Address "C. D. II," Allocs.
WANTED TO RENT A 6 OS 7-ROOM
house in good condition, with yard. Ad
dress "t" -I," this office.
WANTED FURNISHED ROOM AND
board in private fsmilv for young niin.
Permanent. Address, "C. -1,'' A iturss
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
P:30 a. m. or after 5 p. m. at 2716 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A HEAVY DRAFT HORSF.
gray preferred Inquire at Hammona
Packing company oRlce, Tnird ..venue and
W ANTED HORSES TO TRAIN AND
vv colts to break by man of experience
who has given records to over 4' horses. Call
or address William Weaver, -"701 Fifth avenue,
or fair ground. Rock Island.
WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE, A NICELY
located building lot. W ill exchange as
part pavtcent an elegant l:4-karat diamond
r'ng and balance ca:h No attention paid un
less complete details given. No real estate
agent need reply. Address "X UJ," Aucs Q
WANTED TO FIND PARTY WHO
would like to rent four furnished rooms
Including Kitchen with all cooking utcmils.
dishes and everything complete: gas and wood
range, also use of laundry; very pleasantly lo
cated. Terms reasonable to right party For
particulars, address It- Mack, general delivery,
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sa;e house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch bouse. Salry fl"0 per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest tl.MM in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Ho.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO CALL AT
1101'i Second avfnue (near the court
house). Prof. Lsfaeite. the great reader of
the pst, present ana luture lie give val
uable advice on business, sickness and all af
fairs of life. Tbi week his 2 readings for So
cents. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge.
He tells the name of all callers tree.
rpOR SALE AN UPRIGHT PIANO, DOL
A? ble veneered mahoiranv case, nearly
new. Will sell cheap. C-U at once, -TuJ
T710R SALS PERSONS WISHING TO BUY
Ju s horse or team will do well to see George
Pearsall & Sons,4t-KTwtnty-third street. They
have a nice little driver at their place now.
iiXJR SALB-LOTS IN McENTRY S AD
" dltlon by E. J. Hums, room 12, Mitchell &
Lvnde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Kim
street street oar llnss. Terms to suit lur-ehaaer.
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and Dalmist. She reads your life like a
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of vour Dast. present and future. She tells
you everything concerning love, marriage, en
gagements, seperations, divorces, family
troubles, inheritance, wills, deeds, money due
you. posiiiof s, salary, slokne&s. accidents or
any subject you may be Interested in Full
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m. till 10 p. m. Is permanently located at 7u3
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r . confidential.